DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 34. Asteroid Physical Studies III

Poster, Highlighted on, Friday, September 5, 2003, 3:30-6:00pm, Sierra Ballroom I-II

34.01 Photometry of Selected PHAs and NEAs at McDonald Observatory
E. S. Barker, J. G Ries (U. Texas at Austin, McDonald Observatory), P. J. Shelus (U. Texas at Austin, Center for Space Research), F. Varadi (U. California at Los Angeles, Inst. for Geophysics and Planetary Physics)
34.02 Radar-Interferometric Imaging of Near Earth Asteroids
G. Black (U. Virginia), D. Campbell (Cornell/NAIC)
34.03 Characterizing the Visible and Near-IR Spectra of Asteroids using Principal Component Analysis
S. J. Bus (IfA, Univ. of Hawaii), R. P. Binzel (MIT), E. L. Volquardsen (IfA, Univ. of Hawaii)
34.04 Variability of Thermal Emission from Large Asteroids
P.S. Barrera-Pineda (Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica Optica y Electronica), A.J. Lovell (Agnes Scott College), M.V. Sykes (Univ. Arizona), F.P. Schloerb (FCRAO/UMass Amherst), L. Carrasco (Instituto Nacional de Astrofisica Optica y Electronica)
34.05 Searching for Regolith on the Asteroid 1999 JM8 Using Multi-Polarization Radar Imaging
L. M. Carter, D. B. Campbell (Cornell University), M. C. Nolan (Arecibo Obs./NAIC)
34.06 Space Weathering of Asteroids: Issues Remain
C. R. Chapman (SwRI, Boulder)
34.07 Visible and Near Infrared Spectroscopic and Spectrophotometric Observations of NEOs
J. de Leon Cruz, J. Licandro, M. Serra-Ricart (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
34.08 Orbit and Size Dependent Taxonomic Trends within the NEA Population
R.A. Fevig, U. Fink (LPL, University of Arizona)
34.09 Size Distribution of Faint Jovian L4-Trojan Asteroids
F.Y. Yoshida, T.N. Nakamura (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
34.10 Vesta: Additional Spectral Reflectance Features in the UV/VIS
K. S. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin Space Operations), F. Vilas (NASA Johnson Space Center), A. L. Cochran (Univ. Texas), M. S. Kelley (Georgia Southern Univ.), L.K. Moore (Spelman College)
34.11 Remote sensing of asteroids: large population sample from photometric and other data
M. Kaasalainen (Observatory, Univ. of Helsinki, Finland), A. Cellino (Osservatorio Astronomico di Torino, Turin, Italy), J. Durech (Astron. Institute, Charles Univ., Prague, Czech Republic), D. Hestroffer (IMCCE, Paris, France), T. Michalowski (Astron. Observatory, A. Mickiewicz Univ., Poznan, Poland), P. Pravec (Astron. Institute AS CR, Ondrejov, Czech Republic), P. Tanga (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur, Nice, France), J. Torppa (Observatory, Univ. of Helsinki, Finland), B. Warner (Palmer Divide Observatory, Colorado, USA)
34.12 Mineralogical Analyses of Two Small Vesta Family Asteroids
M. S. Kelley (Georgia Southern University), F. Vilas (NASA Johnson Space Center), M. J. Gaffey (University of North Dakota), A. Hicks (Georgia Southern University), P. A. Abell (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), S. M. Lederer (California State University at San Bernardino)
34.13 Mineralogical Analysis of Basaltic Asteroids in the Neighbourhood of (4) Vesta
D. Lazzaro, R. Duffard (Observatorio Nacional, Brazil), J. Licandro (ING, Spain), M.C. De Sanctis, M.T. Capria (Instituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica, Italy)
34.14 Near-IR spectroscopy of new asteroid targets for the Rosetta mission
M. Birlan, P. Vernazza, M.A. Barucci, M. Fulchignoni (Obs. de Paris-Meudon, LESIA, France), R.P. Binzel (MIT), S.J. Bus (Institute for Astronomy, Hilo, HI), S. Fornasier (U. Padova, Vicolo dell'Osservatorio 2, Padova, Italy)
34.15 Surface properties of Hayabusa (MUSES-C) spacecraft target 1998 SF36 (25143)
S.M. Lederer (Cal. State Univ. S.B.), D. Domingue (JHUAPL), F. Vilas (NASA JSC), M. Abe (ISAS), T. Farnham (Univ. of Maryland), L.M. French (Ill. Wesleyn Univ.), M. Ishiguro (ISAS), K.S. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin Space Op.), S.M. Larson (LPL Univ. of Ariz.), S. Lowry (JPL), P. Massey (Lowell Obs.), Y. Ohba, Y. Takagi (ISAS), P. Weissman (JPL)
34.16 A Search for Manganese and Chromium Abundances in NEAR-Shoemaker X-ray Spectra of 433 Eros
L. F. Lim (Cornell University and NASA/GSFC), L. R. Nittler (Carnegie Institution of Washington), T. J. McCoy (National Museum of Natural History), R. D. Starr (Catholic University of America)
34.17 The Small Planet Ceres: Models of Evolution and Predictions of Current State
T. B. McCord (U. of Hawaii HIGP/SOEST and the Planet. Sci. Inst.), C. Sotin (University of Nantes)
34.18 MGM Band fitting of spectra of pyroxenes, martian meteorites and asteroid Eros: constraints on mineral interpretations.
L.A. McFadden, T.P. Cline (U. Maryland)
34.19 IRAS Diameters and Albedos Revisited
R.G. Walker (MIRA)

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