DPS 34th Meeting, October 2002
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Session 28. Solar System Origin, Planet and Satellite Formation

Oral, Chair(s): W.R. Ward and G.J. Consolmagno SJ, Thursday, October 10, 2002, 2:00-4:00pm, Room M

28.01 Protoplanetary disk formation and evolution models: DM Tau and GM Aur
R. Hueso, T. Guillot (Laboratoire Cassini, Obs. de la Cote d'Azur)
28.02 Terrestrial Planet Accretion: Dependence on Nebula Surface Density Profile and Giant-Planet Eccentricities.
J.E. Chambers (NASA Ames/SETI Institute)
28.03 Simulations of Potential Pluto-Charon Forming Impacts
R. Canup (Southwest Research Institute), E. Asphaug (University of California Santa Cruz)
28.04 Giant Impacts and Earth's Primordial Atmosphere
C. Agnor, E. Asphaug (University of California, Santa Cruz)
28.05 An Efficient Low-Velocity Resonant Mechanism for Capture of Planetesimals by a Protoplanet
S.J. Kortenkamp (Planetary Science Inst.,& LPL, U. of Arizona.)
28.06 Rapid Migration of Small Solids in an Inhomogeneous Solar Nebula
N. Haghighipour, A. P. Boss (Carnegie Institution of Washington, DTM)
28.07 Forming Well-compacted Meteorites in the Solar Nebula
G. J. Consolmagno SJ (Specola Vaticana), S. J. Weidenschilling (Planetary Science Institute), D. T. Britt (University of Tennessee)
28.08 Obliquity of Saturn: Analytical Model
W.R. Ward (Southwest Research Institute), D.P. Hamilton (U. of Maryland & Southwest Research Institute)
28.09 Obliquity of Saturn: Numerical Model
D. P. Hamilton (University of Maryland and Southwest Research Institute), Wm. R. Ward (Southwest Research Institute)
28.10 Excitation and Damping of Acoustic Waves in Three-Dimensional Accretion Disks
I. Mosqueira (NASA Ames/SETI Institute), H. Houben (NASA Ames/Bay Area Environmental Research Institute)
28.11 Gap Opening as a Probe of Circumsolar and Circumplanetary Gas Disk Properties
P. R. Estrada (NASA Ames), I. Mosqueira (NASA Ames/SETI Institute)
28.12 Volatiles Inventory from Planetesimals and Trans-Neptunian objects: An Estimate
M.Ya. Marov (Inst. Appl. Math., Moscow), S.I. Ipatov (NRC/NAS Senior Research Associate, NASA/GSFC; Inst. Appl. Math., Moscow)

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