Information - PS3.03 Atmospheres of outer planets and satellites
This session will include solicited, contributed and poster papers with the focus on ground-based and spacecraft observations as well as modelling studies related to the neutral atmospheres of the outer planetary systems.
Special emphasis is placed on the giant planets, Titan and other satellites with atmospheres, as well as Pluto.
Presentations of new results from the Cassini-Huygens and Galileo missions, and on comparative planetology are particularly encouraged.
Among the topics to be addressed in particular are:
- Atmospheres of the giant planets, Pluto, Titan, Triton, Io and Europa as seen from space missions and ground-based observations.
- Titan surface and atmosphere-surface interactions,
- Laboratory measurements to interpret planetary data.
Contributions on concepts of future missions to the outer planet systems
are also solicited.
This session is co-sponsored by IAMAS/ICPAE.
Abstracts on rings and icy satellites without atmosphere should be
sent to Session PS3.2.
Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
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