37th DPS Meeting, 4-9 September 2005
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All findings are embargoed until the time of presentation at the meeting.

Session 15. Asteroid Physical Studies

Poster, Monday, September 5, 2005, 6:00-7:15pm, Music Recital Room

15.01 Can Vesta Have a Polar Cap?
E. Ammannito (INAF-IFSI), M.T. Capria (INAF-IASF), A. Coradini (INAF-IFSI), M.C. De Sanctis (INAF-IASF)
15.02 Radar Images of Near-Earth Asteroid 2005 CR37
L. A. M. Benner (JPL/CalTech), M. C. Nolan (NAIC/Arecibo Observatory), S. J. Ostro, J. D. Giorgini (JPL/CalTech), C. Magri (Univ. of Maine at Farmington), J. L. Margot (Cornell University)
15.03 21 Lutetia spectral modeling of near-IR region
M. Birlan (IMCCE, Observatoire de Paris), P. Vernazza, M.A. Barucci, M. Fulchignoni (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris)
15.04 Radar Observations of Near-Earth Asteroid 10115 (1992 SK)
M.W. Busch, L.A.M. Benner, S.J. Ostro, J.D. Giorgini, R.F. Jurgens (JPL/CalTech), C. Magri (Dept. of Physics, U. Maine), P. Pravec (Czech Academy of Science, Astronomical Institute)
15.05 Observations of Members of Very Young Asteroid Families
C.R. Chapman, W.J. Merline, D. Nesvorny, P.M. Tamblyn, E.F. Young (Southwest Research Inst., Boulder)
15.06 A Physical Model of the NEA 1988 XB (7753) using Arecibo Radar Data
C. Dreier (Oberlin College), C. Magri (University of Maine, Farmington), E. Howell, M. Nolan (Arecibo Observatory)
15.07 Thermal Emission Spectroscopy of Asteroids with the Spitzer Space Telescope
J. P. Emery (NASA Ames / SETI Institute), D. P. Cruikshank (NASA Ames Research Center), J. Van Cleve (Ball Aerospace)
15.08 Light Scattering as a Diagnostic for Asteroid Structure
A.J. Espy, B.A.S. Gustafson (University of Florida)
15.09 Space Weathering on Asteroids: A Mechanism for Sulfur Depletion on Eros?
M. A. Franzen, D. W. G. Sears (W. M. Keck Laboratory for Space Simulation, Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences, U. Arkansas, Fayetteville and Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Ui. Arkansas), B. Hapke (Dept. of Geology and Planetary Science, U. Pittsburgh), A. Kracher (Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University)
15.10 Fluidization from Continuous Outgassing as a Cause of Ponded Craters and Particle Sorting on 433 Eros
J. D. Haseltine (Department of Physics, Abilene Christian University, and W. M. Keck Laboratory for Space Simulation, Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences, U. Arkansas), M. A. Franzen, D. W. G. Sears (W. M. Keck Laboratory for Space Simulation, Arkansas Center for Space and Planetary Sciences, U. Arkansas and Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, U. Arkansas)
15.11 Expanding the Spectral Compositional Information of Asteroid 349 Dembowska
K. S. Jarvis (Jacobs Sverdrup/ESCG), P. A. Abell, F. Vilas (JSC/NASA), A. Cochran (Univ. of Texas at Austin), M. S. Gaffey (Univ. of North Dakota)
15.12 Plastic Deformation of Accreted Planetesimals
J. Kadish (University of Michigan)
15.13 Polyhedron models for asteroid rubble piles in collision
D. G. Korycansky, E. Asphaug (CODEP/IGPP UC Santa Cruz)
15.14 Yarkovsky-evolved asteroid dynamical families: a correlation between their present properties and the impact geometry?
A. La Spina (Dipartimento di Matematica, Universita' di Pisa), P. Paolicchi, U. Penco (Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di Pisa)
15.15 Rotational Observations of S-type Asteroids
F. Mackey, S. Davis, D. T. Britt (University of Central Florida)
15.16 Spectrally Peculiar Objects from SINEO survey
S. Magrin, M. Lazzarin, S. Marchi (U. Padova, Italy)
15.17 A Unique Spectral Slope-Exposure Relation for Silicate-Rich Main Belt and Near-Earth Asteroids
S. Marchi (Padova University), P. Paolicchi (Pisa University), M. Lazzarin, S. Magrin (Padova University)
15.18 Arecibo Radar Imaging of 4 Vesta
M. C. Nolan, E. S. Howell (Arecibo Obs.), C. Magri (U. Maine Farmington / Arecibo Obs.), S. J. Ostro, J. D. Giorgini (JPL), D. B. Campbell, J.-L. Margot (Cornell U.), S. Hudson (Washington St. U.)
15.19 Radar Observations of Itokawa in 2004 and Improved Shape Estimation
S. J. Ostro, L. A. M. Benner (JPL/CalTech), C. Magri (U. Maine Farmington), J. D. Giorgini, R. Rose, R. F. Jurgens, D. K. Yeomans (JPL/CalTech), A. A. Hine, M. C. Nolan (Arecibo Obs.), D. J. Scheeres, S. B. Broschart (U. Michigan), M. Kaasalained (U. Helsinki and U. Oulu), J. L. Margot (Cornell)
15.20 A spectral slope vs. Sun-distance correlation for S-type Main Belt and Near Earth asteroids.
P. Paolicchi ( Dipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di Pisa), S. Marchi, M. Lazzarin, S. Magrin ( Dipartimento di Astronomia, Universita' di Padova)
15.21 Physical Modeling of Near-Earth Asteroids 2005EU2 and 2002HK12
S Scoles (NAIC), C Magri (University of Maine, Farmington), E Howell, M Nolan (NAIC)
15.22 Equilibrium configurations and the Roche limit for spinning ellipsoidal soil-like asteroids
I. Sharma (ITG, DAMTP, Cambridge University), J. T. Jenkins, J. A. Burns (TAM, Cornell University)
15.23 The shape and spin state of asteroid 54509 (2000 PH5)
P. A. Taylor, J.-L. Margot, P. D. Nicholson, D. B. Campbell (Cornell University), R. F. Jurgens, S. J. Ostro, L. A. M. Benner, J. D. Giorgini (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), M. C. Nolan, E. S. Howell, A. A. Hine (Arecibo Observatory), C. Magri (University of Maine at Farmington), R. S. Hudson (Washington State University)
15.24 Albedo Distributions of Near-Earth and Intermediate Source Region Asteroids
E.F. Tedesco (UNH), W.F. Bottke (SwRI), S.J. Bus, E. Volquardsen (IfA, UH), A. Cellino, M. Delbo (INAF-OAT), D.R. Davis (PSI), A. Morbidelli (Obs. de la Cote d'Azur), J.L. Hora (CfA), J.D. Adams (Cornell Univ.), M. Kassis (Keck)
15.25 The Las Campanas/Lowell Observatory 2004 Itokawa Campaign
J. E. Thomas-Osip (OCIW/LCO), S. M. Lederer (NASA/JSC and CSUSB), D. Domingue (JHU/APL), D. J. Osip (OCIW/LCO), F. Vilas (NASA/JSC), K. Jarvis (Lockheed-Martin), S. Gill (CSUSB)
15.26 Spins and Shapes of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids
J. Torppa (University of Helsinki), K. Aksnes, Z. Dai (University of Oslo), T. Grav (University of Hawaii), G. Hahn (Deutschen Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)), T. Laakso (University of Helsinki), C.-I. Lagerkvist (University of Uppsala), K. Muinonen, J Niemelaa, J. Naaraanen (University of Helsinki), H. Rickman (University of Uppsala), J. Virtanen (University of Helsinki)
15.27 Spectroscopic characterization of the Karin family
P. Vernazza, M. Fulchignoni, M. Birlan (Observatoire de Paris), E. Dotto (INAF-OAR, Roma), A. Rossi (ISTI-CNR, Pisa), S. Fornasier, F. Marzari (Dept di Fisica & Astronomia di Padova), D. Nesvorny (SwRI, Boulder)
15.28 CCD Photometry of Asteroid 2867 Steins: Flyby Target of the Rosetta Mission
Paul R. Weissman (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Stephen C. Lowry (Queen's University, Belfast), Young-Jun Choi (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
15.29 Near-infrared Spectra of Two Asteroids with Low Tisserand Invariant
J. Ziffer, H. Campins (University of Central Florida), J. Licandro (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias), Y. R. Fernandez, S. Bus (University of Hawaii)

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