DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 6. Kuiper Belt and KBOs I: Extent and Character

Oral, Chairs: D. Jewitt, S. Lederer, Tuesday,
November 27, 2001, 2:00-3:20pm, Regency GH

6.01 The Deep Ecliptic Survey -- A Status Report
R. L. Millis, M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman (Lowell Observatory), J. L. Elliot, S. D. Kern (MIT), R. M. Wagner (LBT Observatory), E. Chiang (UC Berkeley), D. Trilling (U Penn.)
6.02 Discovery and long-term tracking of TNOs
J-M. Petit (Obs. de Besancon), B. Gladman (Obs. de la Cote d'Azur), JJ Kavelaars (McMaster Univ.), M. Holman (Harvard - Smithonian), J. Parker (SwRI), T. Grav (Univ. of Oslo), Ch. Veillet (CFHT)
6.03 Evidence for an 'extended' scattered disk.
B.J. Gladman (Obs. de la Cote d'Azur), M. Holman (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), T. Grav (Univ. of Oslo), J. Kavelaars (McMaster Univ. Canada), P. Nicholson (Cornell), K. Asknes (Univ. of Oslo), J-M. Petit (Obs. de Besancon)
6.04 Observational Limits on a Distant Thin Disk
R.L. Allen, G.M. Bernstein (U of Mich), R. Malhotra (U of A)
6.05 Multiplicity in the Kuiper Belt: The First Discovery of a Binary Trans-Neptunian Object
C. Veillet (CFHT), J.W. Parker (SwRI), I.P. Griffin (STScI), B.G. Marsden (SAO), A. Doressoundiram (Observatoire de Paris), D.J. Tholen (Univ. of Hawaii), M.W. Buie (Lowell Obs.), M.J. Holman (SAO)
6.06 (26308) 1998 SM165: A Large Kuiper Belt Object with an Irregular Shape
W. Romanishin (U. of Oklahoma), S. C. Tegler (Northern Arizona Univ.), T. W. Rettig (U. of Notre Dame), G. Consolmagno (Vatican Obs. Reseach Group), B. Botthof (Northern Arizona Univ.)
6.07 Lightcurves of 13 Kuiper Belt Objects
S. S. Sheppard, D. C. Jewitt (Univ. of Hawaii)
6.08 Research of small Kuiper Belt Objects by Stellar Occultations
F. Roques, N. Lavillonnière, M. Auvergne, M. Chevreton (Observatoire de Paris, France), F. Colas (IMCCE,Observatoire de Paris, France), J. Lecacheux, M. Moncuquet (Observatoire de Paris, France), J.M. Perrin (Observatoire de Haute Provence, France)

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