AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 18. Coronal Mass Ejections

SPD Oral, Monday, May 31, 2004, 10:00-11:30am, 704

18.01 Solar Magnetic Explosions, Spicules, and the Heliosphere
R. L. Moore (NASA/MSFC/NSSTC), Y. Yamauchi (NJIT/Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research)
18.02 A Universal Scaling Law of CME Acceleration
J. Chen, J. Krall (NRL)
18.03 Numerical Simulations of 3D Coronal Magnetic Fields Resulting from the Emergence of Twisted Magnetic Flux Tubes
Y. Fan, S.E. Gibson (HAO/NCAR)
18.04 External and Internal Reconnection in Two Filament-Carrying Magnetic-Cavity Solar Eruptions
18.05 Quiet-Region Filament Eruptions
D. P. Choudhary, R. L. Moore (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center)
18.06 The mass content of Coronal Mass Ejections
J.T. Burkepile, A.J. Hundhausen, R. M. MacQueen, G. deToma, J.A. Darnell, H.R. Gilbert (High Altitde Observatory / NCAR)
18.07 An Empirical Prediction of the Transit Time of Coronal Mass Ejections from the Sun to the Earth
D.A. Biesecker, W. Murtagh, D.J. Zezula (NOAA/SEC), C.N. Arge (AFRL/Hanscom AFB)
18.08 Polarimetric Three-Dimensional Imaging of Coronal Mass Ejections
T. Moran (CUA and NASA/GSFC), J. Davila (NASA/GSFC)
18.09 The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) Mission
B.V. Jackson, A. Buffington, P.P. Hick (CASS/University of California at San Diego), T. Kuchar, D. Mizuno, D.F. Webb (ISR, Boston College)

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