DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 24. Asteroid Physical Studies II

Oral, Chairs: A. Cheng and L. Benner, Thursday, September 4, 2003, 1:30-3:00pm, DeAnza III

24.01 Radar Imaging of Binary Near-Earth Asteroid 1998 ST27
L. A. M. Benner (JPL/Caltech), M. C. Nolan (NAIC/Arecibo Observatory), J. L. Margot (Caltech), S. J. Ostro, J. D. Giorgini (JPL/Caltech)
24.02 Near-infrared Imaging of Large Main-belt Asteroids with the Keck Adaptive Optics System
A. Conrad, D. Le Mignant (W. M. Keck Observatory), C. Dumas (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech), W. J. Merline (Southwest Research Institute), H.B. Hammel (Space Science Institute), T. Fusco (Onera, France), R. Campbell, F. Chaffee, R. Goodrich, S. Kwok (W. M. Keck Observatory)
24.03 Searching and Studying Binary Asteroids with AO Systems
F. Marchis (UC-Berkeley), P. Descamps, J. Berthier, D. Hestroffer (IMCCE), I. de Pater (UC-Berkeley), A. Conrad, D. Le Mignant, F. Chaffee (W.M. Keck Observatory), D. Gavel (Moore Laboratory for AO at UCSC)
24.04 The Effect of Shape Model on Asteroid Disk Integrated Phase Function
J. Li, M. F. A'Hearn, L. McFadden (U. Maryland)
24.05 The dynamics and shape of the minor planet 2000 PH5
J. L. Margot (California Institute of Technology), M. C. Nolan, E. S. Howell, A. A. Hine (Arecibo Observatory), P. D. Nicholson, D. B. Campbell (Cornell University), J. D. Giorgini, S. R. Chesley, L. A. M. Benner, S. J. Ostro (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), R. S. Hudson (Washington State University), P. Pravec (Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic), D. Vokrouhlický (Institute of Astronomy, Charles University, Czech Republic)
24.06 Boulders and craters on Eros: Mutually consistent size distributions
R. Greenberg, D.P. O'Brien (Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, Univ. of Arizona)
24.07 Asteroid Collisional Evolution, Internal Structure, and Regolith - Lessons from NEAR, Predictions for MUSES-C
A. Cheng (Johns Hopkins APL)
24.08 What Constitute Necessary and Sufficient Spectral Data for Asteroid Compositional Studies and What do We Learn from Them?
F. Vilas (NASA Johnson Space Center)
24.09 Application of an Advanced Ablation Model to Three Meteorite-Producing Fireballs
D.O. ReVelle (Los Alamos National Laboratory), P.G. Brown (University of Western Ontario)

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