37th DPS Meeting, 4-9 September 2005
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Session 61. Planetary Rings

Poster, Thursday, September 8, 2005, 6:00-7:15pm, Music Lecture Room 5

61.01 Kinetic Description of a Granular Particle Ensemble
N. Albers, F. Spahn (Universitaet Potsdam)
61.02 C Ring and Cassini Division fine structures revealed in the thermal infrared
N. Altobelli, L. Spilker, S. Pilorz, S. G. Edgington, B. Wallis (NASA-JPL), F.M. Flasar (Goddart Space Flight Center)
61.03 How a satellite can create and destroy a spiral in Saturn's F ring ?
A. Brahic, S. Charnoz, K. Baillie (Universite Paris 7 / CEA Saclay), C. Porcco (CICLOPS / SSI)
61.04 Saturn's A Ring As Seen By Voyager IRIS: a Preview for Cassini CIRS?
S. M. Brooks, L. J. Spilker, S. H. Pilorz, S. G. Edgington, B. D. Wallis, N. Altobelli (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. C. Pearl (Goddard Spaceflight Center), M. R. Showalter (Stanford University), R. K. Achterberg (SSAI), C. A. Nixon (University of Maryland), A. A. Simon-Miller, P. N. Romani (Goddard Spaceflight Center), Cassini CIRS Investigation Team
61.05 APIS, a New Tool to Study Planetary Rings Images and Spectra
J. Decriem, P. Didelon, A. Brahic, S. Charnoz, C. Ferrari (Univ. Paris 7 / CEA Saclay), AIM Team
61.06 Small Satellites Embedded in Dense Planetary Rings
J.M. Hahn (Saint Mary's University)
61.07 Breaking up the gravitationally bound ring particle aggregates
R.M. Karjalainen (University of Oulu)
61.08 Instabilities in kinetic models of planetary rings
H. Latter, G. Ogilvie (DAMTP, University of Cambridge)
61.09 Where are the Dust Tori of Mars? - A Possible Role of Stochastic Effects
M. Makuch, N. V. Brilliantov, F. Spahn (University of Potsdam, Germany), A. V. Krivov (Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany)
61.10 Cassini RSS occultation observations of density waves in Saturn's rings
C. A. McGhee, R. G. French (Wellesley Coll.), E. A. Marouf (San Jose State Univ.), N. J. Rappaport (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), P.J. Schinder (Cornell Univ. & NASA GSFC), A. Anabtawi, S. Asmar, E. Barbinis, D. Fleischman, G. Goltz, D. Johnston, D. Rochblatt (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
61.11 Where are the spokes in Saturn's B ring?
C.J. Mitchell, M. Mihaly Horanyi (University of Colorado)
61.12 Multilayer model for thermal infrared brightness of Saturn's rings revisited
R. Morishima, H. Salo (Univ. of Oulu), K. Ohtuski (LASP)
61.13 Modeling Saturn's Ring Particle Reflectivities and Thermal Emission
J. Murrett (Harvard University), P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher (CIT/Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
61.14 Sensitivity Studies of Thermal Observations of Saturn's Rings Using a Coupled Thermal/Radiative Transfer Model
S. Pilorz, L. Spilker, B. Wallis, S. Brooks (JPL/CalTech), J. Pearl, F. M. Flasar (GSFC), CIRS Team
61.15 Cassini Radio Occultations of Saturn's Rings: Scattered Signal and Particle Sizes
F. Thomson (Stanford U.), K. Wong, E. Marouf (San Jose State U.), R. French (Wellesley Coll.), N. Rappaport (JPL), C. McGhee (Wellesley Coll.), A. Anabtawi, S. Asmar, E. Barbinis, D. Fleischman, G. Goltz, D. Johnston, D. Rochblatt (JPL)
61.16 An Interesting Thermal Enhancement Near Zero Phase In Saturn's A Ring
B.D. Wallis, L.J. Spilker, S.H. Pilorz (JPL/CalTech), J.C. Pearl (GSFC), N. Altobelli, S.G. Edgington (JPL/CalTech), F.M. Flasar (GSFC), CIRS Team
61.17 Variation of Brightness Temperatures of Saturn and Rings
P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher, B. M. Fisher, G. S. Orton, P. D. Parrish (CIT/Jet Propulsion Laboratatory), T. Fuse, T. Fujiyoshi (NAOJ/Subaru Observatory)
61.18 Material Transport Between the Galilean Satellites
D.B. Zeehandelaar, D.P. Hamilton (Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland)

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