Oral Programme PS3.0

Outer planets and satellites
Convener: A. Coustenis 
Co-Convener: S. K. Atreya 
Session DetailsPoster Programme


Monday, 20 Apr 2009
Room: 16
Chairperson: S. Atreya
08:30–08:45
EGU2009-3522
Analysis of Spitzer IRS Observations of Uranus: Implications for Temperature Structure, Composition and a Standard Calibration Model for Herschel (solicited)
G. Orton, L. Fletcher, A. Mainzer, C. Merlet, D. Hines, H. Hammel, M. Burgdorf, and J. Moses
08:45–09:00
EGU2009-9034
Imaging Saturn
J. Nichols and the HST GO Program 11566 Team
09:00–09:15
EGU2009-2697
The Determination of Saturn’s Gravity Field from Three Cassini Dedicated Flybys
P. Tortora, A. Ardito, J. W. Armstrong, S. W. Asmar, A. Graziani, L. Iess, and N. J. Rappaport
09:15–09:30
EGU2009-3375
Saturn’s north polar region at depth: The North Polar Hexagon and North Polar Cyclone observed over two years by Cassini/VIMS
K. H. Baines, T. W. Momary, L. N. Fletcher, J. H. Kim, A. P. Showman, S. K. Atreya, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, and P. D. Nicholson
09:30–09:45
EGU2009-4087
Compressible convection in the deep atmospheres of giant planets
C.A. JONES and K.M. KUZANYAN
09:45–10:00
EGU2009-444
Modelling Saturn’s atmospheric circulations and cloud structure with OPUS
L. C. Zuchowski, P. L. Read, and Y. H. Yamazaki
COFFEE BREAK
Chairperson: A. Coustenis
10:30–10:45
EGU2009-7995
Water group neutral cloud distribution model in Saturn
H. Tadokoro, H. Misawa, F. Tsuchiya, Y. Katoh, A. Morioka, and M. Yoneda
10:45–11:00
EGU2009-6324
Formation of Jupiter and Saturn and the Origin of Their Atmospheres: Current Constraints and Future Prospects (solicited)
S.K. Atreya, H.B. Niemann, T. Encrenaz, and T.C. Owen
11:00–11:15
EGU2009-2621
Joint NASA-ESA Outer Planet Mission study overview (solicited)
J.-P. Lebreton, C. Niebur, J. Cutts, P. Falkner, R. Greeley, J. Lunine, M. Blanc, A. Coustenis, R. Pappalardo, D. Matson, K. Clark, K. Reh, A. Stankov, C. Erd, and P. Beauchamp
11:15–11:30
EGU2009-6265
Titan ś Hydrodynamically Escaping Atmosphere and the Structure of the Exobase Region
D. F. Strobel
11:30–11:45
EGU2009-6483
New Results on the Titan Ionosphere from Cassini Radio Occultations (solicited)
A..J. Kliore, A. F. Nagy, E.A. Marouf, and A. Anabtawi
11:45–12:00
EGU2009-10336
Negative ions at Titan: New results using spacecraft attitude changes
A. Wellbrock, A. J. Coates, G. R. Lewis, G. H. Jones, C. S. Arridge, B. A. Magee, F. J. Crary, J. H. Waite, E. C. Sittler, and D. T. Young
LUNCH BREAK
Chairperson: D. Strobel
13:30–13:45
EGU2009-2264
Laboratory studies of molecular growth in Titan ionosphere (solicited)
O. Dutuit, R. Thissen, V. Vuitton, P. Lavvas and the Elettra Team
13:45–14:00
EGU2009-6438
The structure of Titan's troposphere and atmospheric boundary layer from Cassini radio occultations
F. M. Flasar, P. J. Schinder, E. A. Marouf, R. G. French, and A. J. Kliore
14:00–14:15
EGU2009-1668
Titan’s Stratospheric chemistry: Spatial And Temporal Variations Of Trace Species
A. Coustenis, D. E. Jennings, C. A. Nixon, S. Vinatier, G. Bjoraker, P. Lavvas, N. Teanby, E. Lellouch, M. Flasar, and A. Simon-Miller
14:15–14:30
EGU2009-2039
Isotopic Ratios in Titan’s Atmosphere from Cassini CIRS (solicited)
C.A. Nixon, D.E. Jennings, B. Bezard, S. Vinatier, A. Coustenis, N.A. Teanby, P.G.J. Irwin, R.K. Achterberg, and F.M. Flasar
14:30–14:45
EGU2009-4177
Extension of the IPSL Titan climate model to full three-dimensional GCM
S. Lebonnois, S. Vinatier, J. Burgalat, and P. Rannou
14:45–15:00 EGU2009-3441
Further Results from the Huygens Probe GCMS Investigation at Titan (solicited) (withdrawn)
H. B. Niemann, S. Atreya, J. Demick, J. Haberman, D. Harpold, W. Kasprzak, and T. Owen
COFFEE BREAK
Chairperson: M. Flasar
15:30–15:45
EGU2009-6408
Titan
T. Owen, H. B. Niemann, W. Kasprzak, D. Gautier, S. Atreya, and J. Lunine
15:45–16:00
EGU2009-9681
Haze and clouds properties and distribution on Titan with VIMS instrument
P. RANNOU, C. SOTIN, S LEMOUELIC, S RODRIGUEZ, T COURS, R BROWN, R CLARK, J BARNES, K BAINES, and B BURATTI
16:00–16:15
EGU2009-12942
Cloud formation over mountain ranges on Titan
E. L. Barth
16:15–16:30
EGU2009-3297
Geology of Titan: latest results from Cassini RADAR data (solicited)
R. Lopes and the Cassini RADAR Team
16:30–16:45
EGU2009-6150
Titan : Topography Results from Cassini RADAR (solicited)
R. D. Lorenz and T.H.E. CassiniRadarTeam
16:45–17:00
EGU2009-11243
The Case for Cryovolcanism on Saturns Moon Titan (solicited)
R. M. Nelson and the Cassini Titan Surface Variability Team
BREAK
Chairperson: R. Nelson
17:30–17:45
EGU2009-10296
Three-Dimensional Views of Titan (solicited)
R.L. Kirk, E. Howington-Kraus, B.L. Redding, T.L. Becker, E.M. Lee, B.W. Stiles, S. Hensley, and The Cassini RADAR Team
17:45–18:00
EGU2009-4239
Erosion and Stratigraphic Relations on Titan (solicited)
R. Jaumann and the VIMS Titan Erosion Team
18:00–18:15
EGU2009-11359
Enceladus, global topography and implications
B. Giese, H. Hussmann, T. Roatsch, R. Wagner, G: Neukum, P. Helfenstein, P.C. Thomas, and C.C. Porco
18:15–18:30
EGU2009-11665
Comparative Magnetospheric Contributions to Polar Atmospheric Outflows at Enceladus and Ganymede
J. F. Cooper
18:30–18:45
EGU2009-8241
Detection of Plasma from Dione and Tethys and Their Trojans
J. L. Burch, J. Goldstein, D. T. Young, and A. D. DeJong
18:45–19:00
EGU2009-3131
How Enceladus Powers the Saturnian Magnetosphere
C.T. Russell, J. S. Leisner, Y. D. Jia, K. K. Khurana, and M. K. Dougherty