DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 25. Solar System Origins II

Oral, Chairs: M. Drake, H. Levison, Wednesday,
November 28, 2001, 5:00-6:30pm, Regency GH

25.01 Satellite formation in a circumjovian accretion disk
R. M. Canup, Wm. R. Ward (Southwest Research Institute)
25.02 Satellite Torques in a Two-Component Giant Planet Subnebula
P. R. Estrada (Cornell University), I. Mosqueira (NASA Ames Research Center)
25.03 Satellite Migration and the Evolution of the Gas Disk
I. Mosqueira (NASA Ames/SETI), P. R. Estrada (Cornell University)
25.04 An Explanation for the High Inclinations of Thebe and Amalthea
D.P. Hamilton, A.L. Proctor, K.P. Rauch (U. Maryland)
25.05 Gas-Assisted Capture of the Irregular Satellites of Jupiter
M. Cuk, J.A. Burns (Cornell U.)
25.06 Capture of Trojan Asteroids in the Early Solar Nebula
S.J. Kortenkamp, D.P. Hamilton (University of Maryland, Dept. of Astronomy)
25.07 On the Controversy between Observations and Dynamical Modelling of Capturing Trojans by a Growing Proto-Jupiter
F. Marzari (Univ. of Padova, Italy), H. Scholl (Observatoire de Nice, France)
25.08 Landau Damping of Apsidal Spiral Density Waves in the Kuiper Belt
G.R. Stewart (Univ. of Colorado)
25.09 Nodal Waves in Particle Disks.
Wm. R. Ward (Southwest Research Institute)

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