DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 4. Worlds Inside 1 AU

Oral, Chairs: M. Drake, A. Hendrix, Tuesday,
November 27, 2001, 11:10am-12:30pm, Regency GH

4.01 Mercury's North & South Polar Regions: Goldstone Radar Imaging at 3.5-cm wavelength
M. A. Slade (JPL/Caltech), L. J. Harcke (Stanford Univ.), R. F. Jurgens (JPL/Caltech), H. A. Zebker (Stanford Univ.)
4.02 Extended Observations of Ca in Mercury's Atmosphere
T. A. Bida (Lowell Observatory), R. Killen, T. H. Morgan (Southwest Research Institute)
4.03 Argon Atmospheres of Mercury and the Moon
R.M. Killen (Southwest Research Institute)
4.04 Role of desorption processes in the formation of K in tenuous planetary atmospheres
T. E. Madey, B. V. Yakshinskiy (Rutgers University)
4.05 Results from the Lunar Prospector Alpha Particle Spectrometer: Detection of Radon-222 Over Craters Aristarchus and Kepler
S.L. Lawson, W.C. Feldman, D.J. Lawrence, K.R. Moore, R.D. Belian (Los Alamos National Laboratory), S. Maurice (Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees), A.B. Binder (Lunar Research Institute)
4.06 The Lunar Phase Curve in the Near-UV
A. R. Hendrix (JPL)
4.07 How Hot Can Venus Get?
Mark A. Bullock, David H. Grinspoon (Southwest Research Institute)
4.08 The Hot Atom Coronae of Venus and Mars: Current Understanding and Challenges
L. J. Paxton, R. J. Vervack, Jr. (The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)

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