PSJC #176 November 7 2014

Preview of DPS Presentations

The 46th Annual Meeting of the Divison for Planetary Sciences will be in Tucson, Arizona, the week of November 9 to 14, 2014. There will be 21 presentations at this meeting where a UCF person is the first author. We will hear about a sampling of these. The complete list of presentations is given below. This list excludes those ~7 papers where a UCF person is a co-author but not the first-author.
  1. Schambeau et al.: 103. 08. A New Analysis of Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 Archival Images to Constrain Physical and Dynamical Properties of its Nucleus.
  2. Harrington et al.: 111. 04. An Open-Source Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Code, and Application to WASP-12b.
  3. Blecic et al.: 111. 05D. Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Thermochemical Equilibrium Abundance (TEA) Code and Application to WASP-43b.
  4. Cubillos et al.: 111. 06D. Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART): Model, Statistics Driver, and Application to HD 209458b.
  5. DeLarme et al.: 114. 02. A Study of Kepler Phase Curves and Secondary Eclipses.
  6. Kramer et al.: 200. 09D. Studying Short-Period Comets and Long-Period Comets Detected by WISE/NEOWISE.
  7. Fernandez et al.: 209. 23. Visible and Infrared Study of Comet 2P/Encke's Nucleus During Its 2013 Apparition.
  8. Blumenthal et al.: 210. 11. Equilibrium Chemistry Calculations for Model Hot-Jupiter Atmospheres.
  9. Garland et al.: 210. 12. Observation and Analysis of Secondary Eclipses of WASP-32b.
  10. Challener et al.: 210. 13. Analysis of Secondary Eclipse Observations of Exoplanet WASP-34b.
  11. Foster et al.: 210. 14. Secondary Eclipse Observations of the Hot-Jupiter HAT-P-30-WASP-51b.
  12. Becker et al.: 402. 07. Modeling Diffraction Spikes to Characterize the Particle Size Distribution in Saturn's A Ring.
  13. Brisset et al.: 410. 03. Growth properties of protoplanetary dust in a long-term microgravity experiment.
  14. Whizin et al.: 410. 04. Microgravity collisions of dust aggregates as an analogue to early planetesimal formation.
  15. Pohl et al.: 414. 16. The Stopping Power of Asteroidal Materials as High-Energy Charged Particle Shielding.
  16. Crowell et al.: 415. 05. Updated Shape Model of 1627 Ivar from 2013 Observations.
  17. Colwell et al.: 417. 04. Non-Axisymmetric Clumps in Saturn's Rings from UVIS Stellar Occultation Statistics.
  18. Dove et al.: 420. 03. Experimental studies of low-velocity collisions in protoplanetary disks and planetary rings.
  19. Lust et al.: 503. 06D. Observations of Asteroid 2577 Litva with Analysis of Physical Properties Through Bayesian Interence Based Modeling.
  20. Britt et al.: 506. 01. Space Weathering in Olivine and the Mineralogy of (Some) M-Class Asteroids.
  21. Landsman et al.: 506. 03. New Results on Hydration in M-Type Asteroids.