AAS 201st Meeting, January , 2003
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Session 45. The Solar System

Poster, Tuesday, January 7, 2003, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall AB

45.01 Direct Determination of Terrestrial AKR Burst Positions Using Space-based VLBI Observations
R. L. Mutel, I. W. Christopher, M. Schlax, D .A. Gurnett (University of Iowa)
45.02U Monitoring the yearly sporadic Micrometeor Flux into the upper Atmosphere using the Arecibo Dual-Beam 430 MHz Radar
D.E. Moser (UIUC), D. Janches (Arecibo Observatory and Penn State Univ.), D.D. Meisel (SUNY-Geneseo), M.C. Nolan (Arecibo Observatory), B.D. Bartlett (SUNY-Geneseo), J.D. Mathews (Penn State Univ.)
45.03 Among the Hungarias: Dynamics at the Inner Edge of the Asteroid Belt
R.W. McNaughton (U. of Toronto)
45.04U A Photometric Survey to Determine Rotation Rates of Primitive Asteroids
E. Jeffery (Brigham Young University & SARA), M. A. Leake (Valdosta State University & SARA)
45.05 Observations of Near Earth Asteroid 2002-NY40 and Other Solar System Targets from the AMOS Observatory
J. Lambert, D. Hall, L. C. Roberts, Jr., K. Hamada, B. Africano, A. Alday, J. Barros, B. Law, P. Sydney, J. Africano (Boeing), P. Kervin (AFRL)
45.06 The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Moving Object Catalog
M. Juric, Z. Ivezic, R.H. Lupton (Princeton Univ.)
45.07 The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey: Current Status of the Survey
S.-K. King, T. Lee, A. Wang, S.-Y. Wang, C.-Y. Wen (ASIAA), W.-P. Chen (NCU), K. Cook, S. Marshall, R. Porrata (LLNL), Y.-I. Byun (Yonsei), C. Alcock, R. Dave, J. Giammarco, M. Lehner (UPenn), I. de Pater, C. Liang, J. Rice (UC Berkeley), J. Lissauer (ARC)
45.08 The Taiwanese-American Occultation Survey: The Nature of Occultations of Bright Stars by Small Kuiper-Belt Objects
C. Alcock, R. Dave, J. Giammarco, M. Lehner (UPenn), W.-P. Chen (NCU), T. Lee, S.-K. King, A. Wang, S.-Y. Wang, C.-Y. Wen (ASIAA), K. Cook, S. Marshall, R. Porrata (LLNL), Y.-I. Byun (Yonsei), I. de Pater, C. Liang, J. Rice (UC Berkeley), J. Lissauer (ARC)
45.09 Effect of the Pioneer Anomaly on Long-Period Comet Orbits
J. D. Anderson, S. Turyshev (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), M. M. Nieto (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
45.10U Physical Parameters of Comet 28P/Neujmin 1
A.M. Heinrichs (NOAO/KPNO REU, Ohio State Univ.), B.E.A Mueller, N.H Samarasinha (NOAO)
45.11 Modeling the Morphology of Comet LINEAR (2001 A2)
L. M. Woodney (Lowell Observatory), K. M. Barkume (Reed College)
45.12U CONCAM Coverage of the 2002 Leonid Meteor Shower
A. J. Fleming, R. J. Nemiroff (Michigan Tech), D. Perez-Ramirez (ESA), W. E. Pereira, J. B. Rafert (Michigan Tech), CONCAM Collaboration
45.13 Seasonal Changes in the Microwave Brightness Temperature of the Uranus Atmosphere
M.J. Klein, M.D. Hofstadter (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech), H.B. Hammel (Space Science Institute, Boulder CO), J.G. Leflang, J.P. Roller, R.K. McLeod (Lewis Center for Educational Research, Apple Valley CA)
45.14 Seasonal Change in the Deep Atmosphere of Uranus
M.D. Hofstadter (JPL/Caltech), B.J. Butler (NRAO)
45.15 Uranus in 2002: Clouds, Winds, and Zonal Structure
H. B. Hammel (Space Sci. Inst.), K. A. Rages (SETI/Ames), G. W. Lockwood (Lowell), M. Marley (Ames)
45.16 Spectral Analysis of Jupiter Image Cubes Obtained in 2002
A. A. Simon-Miller (NASA's GSFC), N. J. Chanover (New Mexico State University), J. J. Hillman (University of Maryland), T. Temma (New Mexico State University), D. M. Kuehn (Pittsburg State University), D. A. Glenar (NASA's GSFC)
45.17U Ion-Drag Effects of Gravity-Wave Heating and Cooling in Jupiter's Thermosphere
D. A. Lamb (Drake University), M. P. Hickey (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)
45.18 NEO Observations with LSST: Populations and Survey Completeness
A. W. Harris (Space Science Institute), E. L. G. Bowell (Lowell Observatory)

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