AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 56. Planets and Solar System Objects

Poster, Tuesday, January 11, 2005, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

56.01 Ozone Abundance in a Nitrogen-Carbon Dioxide Dominated Terrestrial Paleoatmosphere
A. Melott (University of Kansas)
56.02 An Atlas of Telluric Lines from Keck I/HIRES and VLT/UVES Data; \lambda\lambda 3140-10430 \AA
T. G. Slanger, B. D. Sharpee, P. C. Cosby (SRI International)
56.03 Apache Point Observatory Lunar Laser-ranging Operation (APOLLO)
A. E. Orin, E. L. Michelsen, T. W. Murphy, E. L. Williams (U Calif San Diego), E. G. Adelberger, C. D. Hoyle, E. Swanson (U Washington), J. Battat, C. W. Stubbs (Harvard U)
56.04 Placing Our Solar System in Context: Latest Results from the FEPS Spitzer Legacy Science Program
J. S. Kim (U. Arizona), FEPS Collaboration
56.05 Why was the Black Drop Effect so Difficult to See in the 2004 Transit of Venus?
C. Bryja (CCSF), R.D. Sposato (unaffiliated)
56.06 Zodiacal Background: Spitzer Observations vs. DIRBE-Based Model
B. Bhattacharya, W.T. Reach (Spitzer Science Center, Caltech)
56.07 Nadir Emissivity Radiative Transfer Models For Planetary Regolith: Current State of the Art
K. M. Pitman (Louisiana State University; Space Science Institute), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute), G. C. Clayton (Louisiana State University)
56.08 The 2004 Perseids Meteor Shower as Captured by Night Sky Live CONCAMs
D. Cordell, S. V. Tilvi, R. J. Nemiroff (Michigan Tech.), Night Sky Live Collaboration
56.09 Space- and Ground-Based Observations of Exceptionally Young Asteroids
P.M. Tamblyn (Binary Astronomy & Southwest Research Institute), W.J. Merline, C.R. Chapman, D. Nesvorný, D.D. Durda (Southwest Research Institute)
56.10 Where Are the Small Ones?
S.H.R. Bank, A.D. Storrs (Towson Univ.)
56.11 The Fourth Positive System of CO in the HST Spectrum of Comet C/2002 C1 (Ikeya-Zhang)
R.E. Lupu, P.D. Feldman (JHU), H.A. Weaver (JHU/APL), G.-P. Tozzi (Oss.Arcetri)
56.12 The Dust Mineralogy of Two Long-Period Comets: C/2001 Q4 (Neat) and C/2002 T7 (Linear)
D.E. Harker (UC San Diego/CASS), C.E. Woodward (University of Minnesota), D.H. Wooden (NASA Ames Research Center), M.S. Kelley (University of Minnesota)
56.13 Spitzer Infrared Observations of Comets
R. D. Gehrz (University of Minnesota), W. T. Reach (Spitzer Science Center), C. E. Woodward, M. S. Kelley (University of Minnesota)
56.14 Spitzer Observations of Comet 2P/Encke: Six Months Post-Perihelion
M. S. Kelley, C. E. Woodward, R. D. Gehrz (U Minn.), W. T. Reach (SSC/Caltech)
56.15 Physical Properties of Cometary Population.
J. Pittichová, K. J. Meech (IfA, Hawaii)
56.16 Composition of Saturn's Atmosphere from Cassini Composite Infrared Spectrometer Measurements
A. A. Simon-Miller, G. L. Bjoraker (NASA GSFC), G. S. Orton (JPL), R. K. Achterberg (SSAI/NASA GSFC), B. J. Conrath (Cornell), D. E. Jennings (NASA GSFC), Cassini CIRS Team
56.17 The Atmosphere of Uranus as Imaged with Keck Adaptive Optics
H. B. Hammel (Space Science Institute), I. de Pater (UCB), S. G. Gibbard (LLNL), G. W. Lockwood (Lowell), K. Rages (SETI/Ames)
56.18 A Search for Hemispheric Asymmetry on Triton
C. M. McIntosh, A.D. Storrs (Towson Univ.)
56.19 0.47-2.5 Micron Reflectance Spectroscopy of Pluto
R.B. Perry (NASA Langley Research Center), R.J. Rudy, C.C. Venturini, D.K. Lynch, S. Mazuk (The Aerospace Corporation), R.C. Puetter (University of California, San Diego), M.W. Buie, W.M. Grundy (Lowell Observatory)
56.20 A survey for TNOs using the APS POSS I database
E Rhoads, R. Humphries, C. Woodward (University of Minnesota), J Larsen (United States Naval Academy)
56.21 The Effect of Adiabatic Assumptions and Cooling on Supernova Radionuclide Injection into the Presolar Cloud.
K. W. Davis, M. D. Leising (Clemson University)
56.22 Injection of Radioactivities into the Forming Solar System
H.A.T. Vanhala (Challenger Center for Space Science Education)

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