36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 28. Asteroid Physical Properties I

Oral, Chairs: G. Consolmagno and W. Merline, Thursday, November 11, 2004, 10:30am-12:00noon, Clark

28.01 Ceres Observations with HST: First Results
J. Wm. Parker (Southwest Research Institute), P. Thomas (Cornell University), E. Young (Southwest Research Institute), M. R. Sykes (Planetary Science Institute), L. A. McFadden (University of Maryland), C. T. Russell (University of California), S. A. Stern (Southwest Research Institute)
28.02 Activity in the Asteroid Belt: An Optical Survey
H. H. Hsieh, D. C. Jewitt (U. Hawaii - IfA)
28.03 2867 Steins and 21 Lutetia: the Rosetta mission asteroid targets
M. Fulchignoni, M.A. Barucci (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris), S. Fornasier (Astronomy Dpt, Padua University), E. Dotto (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma), P. Vernazza (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris), M. Birlan (IMCCE, Observatoire de Paris), J. Carvano, F. Merlin (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris), I. Belskaya (Astronomical Observatory of Kharkiv University)
28.04 Photometric Survey of Binary Near-Earth Asteroids
P. Pravec, P. Scheirich, P. Kusnirák, L. Sarounová (Astronomical Institute, Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic), S. Mottola, G. Hahn (DLR, Institute of Planetary Research, Berlin, Germany), P. Brown, N. Kaiser, Z. Krzeminski, G. Esquerdo (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Univ. of Western Ontario, Canada), A. Galád, S. Gajdos, L. Kornos, J. Világi (Dept. of Astronomy, Physics of the Earth and Meteorology, FMFI UK, Bratislava, Slovakia), A. W. Harris (Space Science Institute), M. D. Hicks (JPL), D. P. Pray (Carbuncle Hill Observatory), B. Warner (Palmer Divide Observatory), W. Holliday (River Oaks Observatory), R. Behrend (Observatoire de Geneve, Switzerland), D. R. DeGraff (Alfred University), D. Tholen (IfA, University of Hawai'i), R. Whiteley, S. Larson (Univ. of Arizona, LPL), A. Grauer (Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, U. Arkansas at Little Rock), G. M. Funkhouser, B. L. Knight, S. M. Slivan (Dept. of Astronomy, Whitin Observatory, Wellesley College), A. Oksanen (Nyrola Observatory, Jyvaskylan Sirius, Finland), D. Higgins (Hunters Hill Observatory, Australia), F. P. Velichko (Inst. of Astronomy of Kharkiv National University, Ukraine), G. Masi (Physics Dept., University of Rome ``Tor Vergata'', Italy), W. R. Cooney, Jr. (Blackberry Observatory), K. Kirsch, R. Dyvig (Badlands Observatory), R. Stephens (Santana Observatory), L. Snyder (MacLean/Tahoe Observatories)
28.05 Near-Infrared Spectral Properties of Near-Earth Objects: Results for Space Weathering Trends
R. P. Binzel, A. S. Rivkin (MIT), S. J. Bus, A. T. Tokunaga (Ifa, Univ. of Hawaii)
28.06 Effects of ion and micrometeorite bombardment on mineral surfaces: application to Eros, the Moon, and Mercury
R.A. Baragiola, M.J. Loeffler, C.A. Dukes, W.Y. Chang, J.M. Fitz-Gerald (University of Virginia), L.A. McFadden (University of Maryland)
28.07 Rotationally resolved spectroscopy of Vesta in the 1-4 micron region
A. S. Rivkin (MIT), L. A. McFadden (U. of Maryland), M. Sykes (PSI), R. P. Binzel (MIT)
28.08 Radar Images of Binary Asteroid 2003 YT1
M. C. Nolan, E. S. Howell (Arecibo Obs.), G. Miranda (U. PR Mayagüez)
28.09 Compositional Results of Binary Near-Earth Asteroid 2003 YT1: A Basaltic Achondrite
P. A. Abell (NASA Johnson Space Center), M. J. Gaffey, P. S. Hardersen (University of North Dakota)

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