DPS 35th Meeting, 1-6 September 2003
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Session 50. Outer Planets/Gas Giants III

Oral, Chairs: G. Orton and K. A. Rages, Saturday, September 6, 2003, 3:30-5:40pm, DeAnza I-II

50.01 The D/H ratio in Jupiter and Saturn from High-resolution Spectral Observations near 8.6 \mum
B. Bézard (Obs. Paris-Meudon), T. Greathouse, J. Lacy, M. Richter (U. Texas), C.A. Griffith (LPL, U. Arizona)
50.02 First detection of CO in Uranus
T. Encrenaz, E. Lellouch, P. Drossart (LESIA, Paris Observatory, F), H. Feuchtgruber (Max-Planck Inst. f. Extr. Physik, Garching, D), G. S. Orton (JPL, Pasadena, USA), S. K. Atreya (U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)
50.03 The Abundance of Carbon Monoxide in Neptune’s Atmosphere
B.E. Hesman (University of Saskatchewan), G.R. Davis (University of Saskatchewan/Joint Astronomy Centre), D.A. Naylor (University of Lethbridge)
50.04 Pre-Cassini Infrared Characterization of Saturn's Atmosphere
G. Orton, B. Fisher, P. Yanamandra-Fisher, K. Baines, M. Ressler (JPL/Caltech), B. Beach-Kimball (Wesleyan U.), B. Jackson (Georgia Inst. Tech.), D. Gezari (Goddard Space Flight Ctr.), F. Varosi (U. florida)
50.05 Ethane on Saturn: Spatial and Temporal Variation
T. Kostiuk (NASA GSFC), K. Fast (NASA GSFC/U MD), T.A. Livengood (Challenger Center), F. Schmuelling (U. Cologne), T. Hewagama (U MD), D. Buhl, P. Romani (NASA GSFC), H.U. Kaufl (ESO)
50.06 Ground based Mid-IR Observations of Temporally Varying Ethylene Emission on Jupiter
P. N. Romani, D. E. Jennings, G. L. Bjoraker (NASA - GSFC), P. V. Sada (Univ. de Monterrey, Mexico), R. Boyle (Dickinson College), G. McCabe (Ratheon STX and NASA/GSFC)
50.07 Latitudinal variations of temperature, C2H2 and C2H6 in Saturn's stratosphere along with the detection of propane.
T. Greathouse (University of Texas at Austin), J. Moses (Lunar and PLanetary Institute), B. Bézard (Observatoire de Paris), C. Griffith (Lunar Planetary Labs), J. Lacy, C. Knez (University of Texas at Austin), M. Richter (University of California Davis)
50.08 Latitudinal variation of HCN and CO2 on Jupiter
G. L. Bjoraker, C. Nixon, R. Achterberg, F. M. Flasar (NASA/GSFC), B. Bézard, E. Lellouch (Obs. de Paris-Meudon)
50.09 Formation and Transport of Jovian Equatorial Stratospheric Hazes
K. A. Rages (SETI Institute), S. Lebonnois (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique), C. P. McKay (NASA Ames)
50.10 Interpreting the Results from Recent Simultaneous Chandra/HST Observations of the Jovian Aurora
J. H. Waite (University of Michigan), R. Elsner (NASA/MSFC), N. Lugaz (University of Michigan), G.R. Gladstone (SwRI), P. Ford (MIT), R. Howell (University of Wymoming)
50.11 Enhanced Chemistry and Transport in Polar Mesosphere Atmosphere of Jupiter
Y. Yung, C. D. Parkinson (Caltech), A.-S. Wong (U. Michigan), A. I. Stewart (U. Colorado)
50.12 Atmospheric hydrogen physical chemistry: The Jupiter and Uranus dayglows
D. E. Shemansky, J. Tew Hallett, X. Liu, P. Gangopadhyay (Univ. Southern California), Cassini UVIS Team
50.13 Vibrationally Excited H2 in the Upper Thermosphere of Jupiter:Fluorescence in the Lyman and Werner Bands
T. Majeed (U. Michigan), R. V. Yelle, J. H. Waite (U. Arizona), G. R. Gladstone (SwRI), J. C. McConnell (York U., Canada)

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