Session Information

2009 Joint Assembly

Planetary Sciences


Wednesday Morning 2

Time Session Location Title
1030 P32A CC 716B Great Enceladus Debates: Plumes, Beams, Ocean, Chemistry? I (joint with B, SA, SM, C)
Presiding: S S McLeod, Montana State University; J Spencer, Southwest Research Institute
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1030 P32A-01 CC 716B Long-term stability of a subsurface ocean on Enceladus
*J H Roberts, F Nimmo, K Zhang
INVITED    [Abstract]
1050 P32A-02 CC 716B Ammonia, radiogenic argon, organics, and deuterium measured in the plume of Saturn's icy moon Enceladus
*J H Waite Jr., J I Lunine, W B McKinnon, C Glein, O Mousis, W S Lewis, B Magee, J Westlake, M Nguyen, D T Young, T Brockwell, B Teolis
INVITED    [Abstract]
1110 P32A-03 CC 716B No Sodium in Enceladus' Vapor Plumes
*N M Schneider, M H Burger, R E Johnson, J S Kargel, E L Schaller, M E Brown, M Dougherty, N Achilleos
INVITED    [Abstract]
1130 P32A-04 CC 716B The Surface Composition of Enceladus: Ultraviolet Constraints
*A R Hendrix, C J Hansen
1143 P32A-05 CC 716B How the Enceladus Dust Jets Form Saturn's E Ring
*S Kempf, B Uwe, J Schmidt, F Postberg, R Srama
INVITED    [Abstract]
1203 P32A-06 CC 716B Evidence for Enceladus Link to Saturn Ionosphere: Does the Plume Have an Auroral Footprint?
*A M Rymer, D G Mitchell, T W Hill, B H Mauk, E C Sittler, J Leisner, C T Russell, K Khurana, Y Jia, F J Crary, D T Young, A J Coates, J Saur, S Jacobsen, M K Dougherty
1216 P32A-07 CC 716B MHD Study of the Force Balance in the Plasma Disk of the Saturnian Inner Magnetosphere
Y Jia, *C T Russell, Y Ma, K K Khurana, K C Hansen

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