36th DPS Meeting, 8-12 November 2004
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Session 32. Asteroids

Poster II, Thursday, November 11, 2004, 4:15-7:00pm, Exhibition Hall 1A

32.01 Basaltic asteroids and HED meteorites: searching for a genetic link using spectral parameters
D. Lazzaro, R. Duffard (Observatorio Nacional, Brazil), J. de Leon (IAC, Spain), J. Licandro (ING/IAC, Spain)
32.02 Major-Element Ratios of 433 Eros: New Calibration of the NEAR-Shoemaker X-ray Spectrometer Data
L.F. Lim (NASA/GSFC and Cornell University), L.R. Nittler (Carnegie Institution of Washington), R.D. Starr (Catholic University), T.P. McClanahan (NASA/GSFC)
32.03 The Las Campanas/Lowell Observatory 2004 Itokawa Campaign: Broadband Photometry and Hapke Modeling Results
S.M. Lederer (Cal State Univ SB, NASA Johnson Space Center), J.E. Thomas-Osip (Las Campanas Observatory), D.L. Domingue (Johns Hopkins Univ Applied Physics Lab), S.L. Gill (Cal State Univ SB), D.J. Osip (Las Campanas Observatory), F. Vilas (NASA Johnson Space Center), K.S. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin Space Operations)
32.04 NEA 2100 Ra-Shalom: K-class and Source of CV3 Chondrite Grosnaja?
M. K. Shepard (Bloomsburg University), B. E. Clark, S. Swetra (Ithaca College), F. Vilas, K. Jarvis, S. M. Lederer (Johnson Space Center)
32.05 Mineralogical Interpretation of 433 Eros with Modified Gaussian Method
L.A. McFadden, N. Goldman (U. Maryland)
32.06 Visible and near-infrared spectroscopic survey of Jupiter Trojan asteroids: investigation of dynamical families
E. Dotto (INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), S. Fornasier (Universita di Padova, Italy), M.A. Barucci (LESIA - Observatoire de Paris, France), H. Boehnhardt (Max-Planck-Institute for Solar System Research, Germany), O. Hainaut (European Southern Observatory, Chile), F. Marzari (Universita di Padova, Italy), J. Licandro (ING Telescopes and IAC, Spain), C. de Bergh (LESIA - Observatoire de Paris, France)
32.07 Physical Characteristics of the Binary PHA 2003 YT1
S.M. Larson (LPL, Univ. Arizona), A.D. Grauer (Univ. Ark. Little Rock), E. Beshore, E. Christensen (LPL, Univ. Arizona), P. Pravec (Ondrejov Obs.), M. Kaasalainen (Univ. Helsinki), M.C. Nolan, E.S. Howell, A.A. Hine (NAIC), A. Galad, B.S. Gajdos, C.L. Kornos, D.J. Vilagi (Modra Obs.)
32.08 Fast-track Survey of Asteroids with Calibrated Photometry Sparse in Time
M. Kaasalainen (University of Helsinki)
32.09 Improved NASA Infrared Telescope Facility (IRTF) Spectral Reduction Procedures and Compositional Results of Asteroid 25143 Itokawa
K. S. Jarvis (Lockheed Martin Space Operations), P. A. Abell, F. Vilas (NASA-JSC), M. J. Gaffey (Univ. of North Dakota), M. S. Kelley (Georgia Southern Univ)
32.10 Near-IR spectroscopy of asteroids 832 Karin, 13807 1998 XE13, and 13765 Nansmith, members of Karin family
M. Birlan (IMCCE - Observatoire de Paris, 77 Avenue Denfert Rochereau, F-75014 Paris, France), P. Vernazza, M. Fulchignoni (LESIA - Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, 5 Place Jules Janssen, 92195 Meudon Cedex, France)
32.11 Orbital Distribution of Main-belt S-type Asteroids
S. J. Bus (IfA, UH), R. P. Binzel (MIT), E. L. Volquardsen (IfA, UH), J. L. Berghuis (UH-Hilo)
32.12 The Las Campanas Observatory 2004 Itokawa Campaign: Simultaneous Near-IR and Visible Photometric Light Curve
J. E. Thomas-Osip (Las Campanas Obs.), S. M. Lederer (Cal State Univ. SB and NASA JSC), D. J. Osip (Las Campanas Obs.), F. Vilas (NASA JSC), S. L. Gill (Cal State Univ. SB), K. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin Space Operations)
32.13 Improved 3 micron Band Determination in the Spectra of Aqueously Altered Asteroid Regoliths
E.L. Volquardsen (University of Hawaii), A.S. Rivkin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S.J. Bus (University of Hawaii)
32.14 The Las Campanas/Lowell Observatory 2004 Itokawa Campaign: UBVRI Broadband Photometry Colors
S. L. Gill (Cal State Univ SB), S. M. Lederer (Cal State Univ SB, NASA Johnson Space Center), J. E. Thomas-Osip, D. J. Osip (Las Campanas Observatory), F. Vilas (NASA Johnson Space Center), K. S. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin Space Operations)
32.15 Mature and Fresh Surfaces on New-Born Asteroid Karin
S. Sasaki, T. Sasaki (U. Tokyo), J. Watanabe, T. Sekiguchi, F. Yoshida, T. Ito (NAOJ), H. Kawakita (Gunma Astron. Obs.), T. Fuse, N. Takato (Subaru NAOJ), B. Dermawan (Bandung Inst. Tech.)
32.16 Differential Photometry of Asteroids 727 Nipponia and 741 Botolphia
M. A. Leake, C. Rollins (Valdosta State U.), T.J. Wark (Rowan U.)
32.17 A Distributed Computing System for Near Earth Objects Hazard Monitoring
P. Tricarico (WSU)
32.18 Investigating the Near-Earth Object Population Using Numerical Integration Methods and LINEAR Data
W. F. Bottke (SWRI), A. Morbidelli (Obs. de la Cote d'Azur), R. Jedicke (U. Hawaii), J. S. Stuart, J. B. Evans, G. Stokes (MIT Lincoln Lab)
32.19 Pan-STARRS NEO surveying: The preliminary orbit problem
T. Spahr (CfA), S. Chesley (JPL), J. Heasley, R. Jedicke (IfA)
32.20 Near-Earth Asteroid satellite formation via tidal distruption of idealized rubble piles
K.J. Walsh, D.C. Richardson (University of Maryland)
32.21 A New Analysis of Data from the Meteorite Observation and Recovery Project
M. D. Campbell-Brown, A. Hildebrand (Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, Calgary AB Canada)
32.22 The Campo Imperatore Near Earth Object Survey
A. Boattini (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata and INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), A. Di Paola (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), F. Bernardi (University of Hawaii, USA), F. De Luise (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), V. Casula, A. Giunta, D. Perna (Universita di Roma Tor Vergata and INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), N. Napoleone (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), A. Carusi (IASF Roma, Italy), E. Dotto (INAF-Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma, Italy), G.B. Valsecchi (IASF Roma, Italy)
32.23 Prediction of stellar occultations by satellite of asteroids
J. Berthier (Institut de mécanique céleste, France), F. Marchis (UC-Berkeley, USA), P. Descamps, D. Hestroffer (Institut de mécanique céleste, France)
32.24 SKADS: Sub-Kilometer Asteroid Diameter Survey
D. R. Davis (Planetary Science Institute), B. Gladman (Univ of British Columbia), R. Jedicke (Univ of Hawaii), G. Williams (MPC-CfA)
32.25 Recent Catastrophic Disruptions of Main-Belt Asteroids as a Source of the Solar System Dust Bands and Interplanetary Dust Particles
L. Mahoney-Hopping, S. Dermott, T. Kehoe (Univ. of Florida)
32.26 Sputtering from a Regolith
T. C. Cassidy, R. E. Johnson (University of Virginia)

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