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  Poster Programme - PS3.3 Venus Express: two years in orbit

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Convener: Titov, D.
Co-Convener: Svedhem, H.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 17 April 2008 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Thursday, 17 April 2008 08:00 -
Thursday, 17 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: TITOV, D.

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EGU2008-A-01012;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0607
Gubenko, V.N.; Andreev, V.E.; Pavelyev, A.G.
The regular thin structure of the upper cloud layer of the Venus northern polar atmosphere observed from radio occultation data

EGU2008-A-01079;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0608
Belyaev, D. A.; Korablev, O. I.; Fedorova, A. A.; Bertaux, J.-L.; Vandaele, A.-C.; Neefs, E.; Wilquet, V.; Mahieux, A.
First observations of SO2 above Venus� clouds by means of solar occultation in the infrared

EGU2008-A-01916;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0609
Barthelemy, M.; Heather, D.J.; Vazquez, J.L.; Witasse, O.; Manaud, N.; Ortiz, I.; Arviset, C.
Venus Express data distribution via the Planetary Science Archive

EGU2008-A-02512;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0610
Volwerk, M.; Delva, M.; Zhang, T.L.; Baumjohann, W.; Glassmeier, K.H.; Treumann, R.A.
Mirror Mode Waves in Venus’ Magnetosheath

EGU2008-A-04889;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0611
Luhmann, J.G.; McEnulty, T.; Brain, D.A.; Fedorov, A.; Barabash, S. ; Futaana, Y. ; Zhang, T-L.; Russell, C.T. ; Howard, R.A.; Thompson, W.T.
Survey of Venus space weather events and responses observed with the VEX and STEREO missions

EGU2008-A-06408;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0612
Politi, R.; Piccioni, G.; Drossart, P.; Cardesín Moinelo, A.; VIRTIS-Venus Express team
Dynamical and morphological evolution of Venus Southern polar vortex

EGU2008-A-07069;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0613
Erard, S.; Drossart, P.; Piccioni, G.; the Virtis-VEx team
Multivariate analysis of Virtis/Venus-Express night side observations

EGU2008-A-10366;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0614
Wei, H. Y.; Russell, C. T.; Zhang, T. L.; Luhmann, J. G.; Delva, M.
Flux-rope formation in the ionosphere of Venus: mechanisms and observations

EGU2008-A-11015;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0615
Palomba, E.; Longobardo, A.; Zinzi, A.; Tsang, C.; Piccioni, G.; Helbert, J.; VIRTIS-Venus Express Team
Venus surface properties from the analysis of the spectral slope @ 1.03-1.04 microns

EGU2008-A-12307;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0616
Basilevsky, A.; Shalygin, E. ; Scholten, F. ; Titov, D.; Markiewicz, W.
Surface observations by Venus Monitoring Camera

EGU2008-A-10632;  PS3.3-1TH2P-0617
Wei, H. Y.; Russell, C. T.; Zhang, T. L.; Strangeway, R. J.; Luhmann, J. G.; Delva, M.
Plasma waves near the ionopause of Venus

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