Bear Fight Institute's Publication List in Reverse Date Order

Singh, S., McCord, T. B., Combe, J.-P., Rodriguez, S., Cornet, T., Mouélic, S. L., … Chevrier, V. F. (2016). Acetylene on Titan’s Surface. The Astrophysical Journal, 828(1), 55

Ammannito, E. D. S., M. C.; Ciarniello, M.; Frigeri, A.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Carrozzo, F. G.; Ehlmann, B. L.; Marchi, S.; McSween, H. Y.; Raponi, A.; Castillo-Rogez, J. C.; Toplis, M. J.; Tosi, F.; Capaccioni, F.; Capria, M. T.; Fonte, S.; Giardino, M.; Jaumann, R.; Longobardo, A.; Joy, S. P.; Magni, G.; McCord, T. B.; McFadden, L. A.; Palomba, E.; Pieters, C. M.; Polanskey, C. A.; Rayman, M. D.; Raymond, C. A.; Schenk, P.; Zambon, F.; Russell, C. T. (2016). Distribution of Phyllosilicates on Ceres. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI.
    
Combe, J.-P. M., T. B.; Tosi, F.; Raponi, A.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Ammannito, E.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T. (2016). Detection of H2O-Rich Materials on Ceres by the Dawn Mission. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 1820.
    
De Sanctis, M. C. A., Eleonora; Ciarniello, Mauro; Raponi, Andrea; Carrozzo, F. Giacomo; Frigeri, Alessandro; Longobardo, Andrea; Palomba, Ernesto; Tosi, Federico; Zambon, Francesca; Fonte, Sergio; Formisano, Michelangelo; Giardino, Marco; Magni, Gianfranco; Capaccioni, Fabrizio; Capria, M. Teresa; Marchi, Simone; Pieters, Carle M.; Ehlmann, Bethany; McCord, Tom (2016). One Year of Observations of Dawn at Ceres: Composition as seen by VIR. EGU General Assembly 2016. Vienna Austria, COPERNICUS.
    
De Sanctis, M. C. A., E.; Ciarniello, M.; Carrozzo, F. G.; Frigeri, A.; Longobardo, A.; Palomba, E.; Raponi, A.; Tosi, F.; Zambon, F.; Fonte, S.; Formisano, M.; Giardino, M.; Magni, G.; Capaccioni, F.; Capria, M. T.; Marchi, S.; Pieters, C. M.; Ehlmann, B. L.; McCord, T. B.; Combe, J.-Ph.; McSween, H. Y.; Jaumann, R.; McFadden, L. A.; Joy, S.; Polansky, C. A.; Rayman, M. D.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T. (2016). Ceres Composition by VIR on Dawn: Highlights of the First Year of Observation. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 1832.
    
Farnsworth, K. M., Z.; Laxton, D.; Chevrier, V.; Luspay-Kuti, A.; Singh, S. (2016). Experimental Study of Nitrogen Dissolution in Methane-Ethane Mixtures Under Titan Surface Conditions. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, TX, LPI: 2380.
    
Filacchione, G. D. A., Emiliano; Capaccioni, Fabrizio; Clark, Roger N.; Cruikshank, Dale P.; Ciarniello, Mauro; Cerroni, Priscilla; Bellucci, Giancarlo; Brown, Robert H.; Buratti, Bonnie J.; Nicholson, Phillip D.; Jaumann, Ralf; McCord, Thomas B.; Sotin, Christophe; Stephan, Katrin; Dalle Ore, Cristina M. (2016). "Saturn's icy satellites investigated by Cassini-VIMS. IV. Daytime temperature maps." Icarus 271: 292-313.
    
Filacchione, G. d. S., M. C.; Capaccioni, F.; Raponi, A.; Tosi, F.; Ciarniello, M.; Cerroni, P.; Piccioni, G.; Capria, M. T.; Palomba, E.; Bellucci, G.; Erard, S.; Bockelee-Morvan, D.; Leyrat, C.; Arnold, G.; Barucci, M. A.; Fulchignoni, M.; Schmitt, B.; Quirico, E.; Jaumann, R.; Stephan, K.; Longobardo, A.; Mennella, V.; Migliorini, A.; Ammannito, E.; Benkhoff, J.; Bibring, J. P.; Blanco, A.; Blecka, M. I.; Carlson, R.; Carsenty, U.; Colangeli, L.; Combes, M.; Combi, M.; Crovisier, J.; Drossart, P.; Encrenaz, T.; Federico, C.; Fink, U.; Fonti, S.; Ip, W. H.; Irwin, P.; Kuehrt, E.; Langevin, Y.; Magni, G.; McCord, T.; Moroz, L.; Mottola, S.; Orofino, V.; Schade, U.; Taylor, F.; Tiphene, D.; Tozzi, G. P.; Beck, P.; Biver, N.; Bonal, L.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Despan, D.; Flamini, E.; Formisano, M.; Fornasier, S.; Frigeri, A.; Grassi, D.; Gudipati, M. S.; Kappel, D.; Mancarella, F.; Markus, K.; Merlin, F.; Orosei, R.; Rinaldi, G.; Cartacci, M.; Cicchetti, A.; Giuppi, S.; Hello, Y.; Henry, F.; Jacquinod, S.; Reess, J. M.; Noschese, R.; Politi, R.; Peter, G. (2016). "Exposed water ice on the nucleus of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko." Nature 529(7586): 368-372.
    
Hughson, K. H. G. R., C. T.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Scully, J. E. C.; Platz, T.; Marchi, S.; Schenk, P. M.; Buczkowski, D. L.; Williams, D. A.; Ammannito, E. (2016). Shedding Light on Oxo Crater: A Detailed Investigation of the Geology and Morphology of One of Ceres' Youngest Features Using Dawn Spacecraft Data. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 2387.
    
Hughson, K. R., Christopher; Williams, David; Buczkowski, Debra; Mest, Scott; Scully, Jennifer; Kneissl, Thomas; Ruesch, Ottaviano; Frigeri, Alessandro; Combe, Jean-Philippe; Jaumann, Ralf; Roatsch, Thomas; Preusker, Frank; Platz, Thomas; Nathues, Andreas; Hoffmann, Martin; Schaefer, Michael; Park, Ryan; Marchi, Simone; Raymond, Carol (2016). Geological Mapping of the Ac-H-5 Fejokoo Quadrangle of Ceres from NASA's Dawn Mission. EGU General Assembly 2016. Vienna Austria, Copernicus: 5022.
    
Jaumann, R. S., K.; Krohn, K.; Matz, K.-D.; Otto, K.; Neumann, W.; Kneissl, T.; Schmedemann, N.; Schroeder, S.; Tosi, F.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Preusker, F.; Buczkowski, D.; Capaccioni, F.; Carsenty, U.; Elgner, S.; von der Gathen, I.; Gieber, T.; Hiesinger, H.; Hoffmann, M.; Kersten, E.; Li, J.-Y.; McCord, T. B.; McFadden, L.; Mottola, S.; Nathues, A.; Neesemann, A.; Raymond, C.; Roatsch, T.; Russell, C. T.; Schmidt, B.; Schulzeck, F.; Wagner, R.; Williams, D. A. (2016). Age-Dependent Morphological and Compositional Variations on Ceres. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 1455.
    
Kramer, G. Y. C., J.-Ph. (2016). The Fate of Hydroxyl and Water on the Lunar Surface Over Time. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, TX, LPI: 1579.
    
McCord, T. B. C., J.-Ph.; Raymond, C. A.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Jaumann, R.; Castillo-Rogez, J. C.; Russell, C. T. (2016). Ceres Evolution: What We Have Learned from Dawn So Far. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas: 1607.
    
Neighbour, D. G. S., S. S.; Chevrier, V. F. (2016). Cryogenic Viscous Liquids on Icy Moons. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, TX, LPI: 1483.
    
Pieters, C. M. A., E.; Ciarniello, M.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Hoffman, M.; Jaumann, R.; McCord, T. B.; McFadden, L. A.; Mest, S.; Nathues, A.; Raponi, A.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T.; Schaefer, M.; Schenk, P. (2016). Surface Processes and Space Weathering on Ceres. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 1383.
    
Russell, C. T. R., C. A.; Ammannito, E.; Buczkowski, D. L.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Hiesinger, H.; Jaumann, R.; McSween, H. Y.; Nathues, A.; Park, R. S.; Pieters, C. M.; Prettyman, T. H.; Joy, S. P.; Polanskey, C. A.; Rayman, M. D.; Castillo-Rogez, J. C.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Ermakov, A.; Hoffmann, M.; Jia, Y. D.; Li, J.-Y.; Marchi, S.; Preusker, F.; Roatsch, T.; Ruesch, O.; Schenk, P.; Villarreal, M. N.; Yamashita, N. (2016). Dawn Arrives at Ceres: Exploration of a Small Volatile-Rich World. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, TX, LPI: 1275.
    
Scipioni, F. S., P.; Clark, R.; Tosi, F.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Dalle Ore, C. M. (2016). Spectral Analysis of Enceladus' South Pole. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, TX, LPI: 1574.
    
Scully, J. E. C. B., D. L.; Williams, D. A.; Mest, S. C.; Raymond, C. A.; Combe, J.-P.; Neesemann, A.; Pasckert, J. H.; Hughson, K.; Kneissl, T.; Ruesch, O.; Frigeri, A.; Russell, C. T.; Naas, A.; Ermakov, A.; Jaumann, R.; Hoffmann, M.; Nathues, A.; Park, R.; Pieters, C. M.; Platz, T.; Preusker, F.; Roatsch, T.; Schaefer, M. (2016). Geologic History of the Ezinu Quadrangle of Ceres, Derived from a Geologic Map Based on Data from the Dawn Mission. Annual Planetary Geologic Mappers Meeting. Flagstaff, Arizona, LPI. 1920.
    
Scully, J. E. C. R., Carol A.; Williams, David A.; Buczkowski, Debra L.; Mest, Scott C.; Hughson, Kynan H. G.; Russell, Christopher T.; Kneissl, Thomas; Ruesch, Ottaviano; Frigeri, Alessandro; Combe, Jean-Philippe; Jaumann, Ralf; Roatsch, Thomas; Preusker, Frank; Platz, Thomas; Nathues, Andreas; Hoffmann, Martin; Schaefer, Michael; Park, Ryan (2016). Geological Mapping of the Ac-H-4 Ezinu Quadrangle of Ceres from NASA's Dawn Misssion. EGU General Assembly 2016. Vienna Austria, COPERNICUS: 5128.
    
Singh, S. C., T.; Chevrier, V. F.; Combe, J.-Ph.; McCord, T. B.; Roe, L. A.; Le Mouélic, S.; Le Menn, E.; Wasiak, F. C. (2016). "Near-infrared spectra of liquid/solid acetylene under Titan relevant conditions and implications for Cassini/VIMS detections." Icarus 270: 429-434.
    
Singh, S. M., T. B.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Rodriguez, S.; Cornet, T.; Le Mouelic, S.; Clark, R. N.; Maltaglia, L.; Chevrier, V. F. (2016). Acetylene on Titan's Surface. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 2823.
    
Tosi, F. C., Fabrizio; Filacchione, Gianrico; Erard, Stéphane; Rouseeau, Batiste; Combe, Jean-Philippe; Capria, Maria Teresa; Leyrat, Cédric; Longobardo, Andrea; Bockelée-Morvan, Dominique; Kappel, David; Arnold, Gabriele; Fonti, Sergio; Mancarella, Francesca; Kuehrt, Ekkehard; Mottola, Stefano (2016). Seasonal effects on the nucleus of comet 67P revealed by Rosetta/VIRTIS. EGU General Assembly 2016. Vienna Austria, Copernicus: 17371.
    
Tosi, F. D. S., M. C.; Krohn, K.; Zambon, F.; Ammannito, E.; Capria, M. T.; Carrozzo, F. G.; Ciarniello, M.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Formisano, M.; Frigeri, A.; Jaumann, R.; Longobardo, A.; Palomba, E.; Raponi, A.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T.; Schorghofer, N. (2016). Thermal Behavior of Bright Spots on Ceres. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 1883.
    
Zambon, F. D. S., M. C.; Tosi, F.; Longobardo, A.; Ciarniello, M.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Carrozzo, G.; Raponi, A.; Ammannito, A.; Capria, M. T.; Fonte, S.; Formisano, M.; Frigeri, A.; Giardino, M.; Palomba, E.; Pieters, C.; Russell, C. T.; Raymond, C. A.; Dawn/VIR Team (2016). Identification and Distribution of the Different Spectral Units on Ceres. Results from Survey and HAMO Phase. 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI: 2049.
    
Bland, M. T. R., Carol; Park, Ryan; Schenk, Paul; McCord, Tom; Reddy, Vishnu; King, Scott; Sykes, Mark; Russell, Chris (2015). Ceres’ impact craters: probes of near-surface internal structure and composition. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society,.
    
Blaney, D. L. C., R. N.; Dalton, J. B.; Davies, A. G.; Green, R. O.; Hedman, M. M.; Hibbits, C. A.; Langevin, Y. J.; Lunine, J. I.; McCord, T. B.; Soderblom, J. M.; Cable, M. L.; Mouroulis, P.; Kim, W.; Dorsky, L. I.; Strohbehn, K. (2015). Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE). European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Combe, J.-P. M., T. B.; Capaccioni, F.; Filacchione, G.; Raponi, A.; Tosi, F.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Érard, S.; Leyrat, C.; Stephan, K. (2015). Apparent and real temporal variability of surface components of 67P/CG nucleus with Rosetta VIRTIS. European Planetary Science Congress. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Filacchione, G. C., Fabrizio; Ciarniello, Mauro; Raponi, Andrea; De Sanctis, Maria Cristina; Tosi, Federico; Piccioni, Giuseppe; Cerroni, Priscilla; Capria, Maria Teresa; Palomba, Ernesto; Longobardo, Andrea; Migliorini, Alessandra; Erard, Stephane; Arnold, Gabriele; Bockelee-Morvan, Dominique; Leyrat, Cedric; Schmitt, Bernard; Quirico, Eric; Barucci, Antonella; McCord, Thomas B.; Stephan, Katrin; Kappel, David (2015). 67P/CG morphological units and VIS-IR spectral classes: a Rosetta/VIRTIS-M perspective. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Matson, D. L. D., Ashley G.; Johnson, Torrence V.; Combe, Jean-Philippe; McCord, Tom B.; Radebaugh, Jani (2015). Venting of CO2 at Enceladus’ Surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Pieters, C. M. D. S., Maria Cristina; Ammannito, Eleonora; Raponi, Andrea; Combe, Jean-Philippe; McCord, Thomas B.; McSween, Harry; McFadden, Lucy A.; Marchi, Simone; Capaccioni, Fabrizio; Capria, Maria Teresa; Carrozzo, Giacomo; Ciarniello, Mauro; Longobardo, Andrea; Fonte, Sergio; Formisano, Michelangelo; Frigeri, Alessandro; Giardino, Marco; Magni, Gianfranco; Palomba, Enersto; Tosi, Federico; Turrini, Diego; Zambon, Francesca; Jaumann, Ralf; Feldman, William; Prettyman, Thomas; Toplis, Michael; Raymond, Carol A.; Russell, Christopher T. (2015). Dawn at Ceres reveals an ammoniated surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Raymond, C. A. P., Ryan S.; Konopliv, Alex S.; Bland, Michael T.; Marchi, Simone; Castillo-Rogez, Julie C.; McCord, Thomas B.; Jaumann, Ralf; Russell, Christopher T.; Prettyman, Thomas H. (2015). Interior Evolution of Ceres Revealed by Dawn. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Raymond, C. A. R., C. T.; Park, R. S.; Konopliv, A. S.; Asmar, S. W.; Castillo-Rogez, J. C.; Hughson, K.; Jaumann, R.; McCord, T.; Presuker, F.; Schenck, P.; Smith, D. E.; Zuber, M. T. (2015). Geophysics of Ceres from Dawn. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Schmidt, B. E. S., Jennifer; Chilton, Heather T.; Hughson, Kynan; Sizemore, Hanna; Bland, Michael; Schenk, Paul; Nathues, Andreas; Platz, Thomas; O'Brien, David P.; Byrne, Shane; Schorghofer, Norbert; Ammanito, Eleonora; Russell, Christopher T.; Raymond, Carol A.; DeSanctis, Maria Cristina; Marchi, Simone; Li, Jian-Yang; LeCorre, Lucille; Reddy, Vishnu; Hiesinger, Harald; Jaumann, Ralf; Sykes, Mark; McCord, Thomas (2015). Geomorphological evidence for pervasive ground ice on Ceres from Dawn data. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Scipioni, F. S., Pual; Tosi, Federico; Clark, Roger; Dalle Ore, Cristina; Combe, Jean-Philippe (2015). Discovering sub-micron ice particles across Dione' surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Singh, S. M., T. B.; Rodriguez, S.; Combe, J. P.; Cornet, T.; Le Mouelic, S.; Maltagliati, L.; Chevrier, V. F. (2015). Identification of Acetylene on Titan's Surface. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Tosi, F. C., F.; Filacchione, G.; Leyrat, C.; Raponi, A.; Arnold, G.; Capria, M. T.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Erard, S.; Piccioni, G.; Schmitt, B.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Formisano, M.; Kuehrt, E.; Longobardo, A.; Mottola, S.; Palomba, E. (2015). Seasonal temperature effects on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko as inferred from Rosetta/VIRTIS. European Planetary Science Congress 2015,. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Zambon, F. D. S., M. C.; Tosi, F.; Longobardo, A.; Palomba, E.; Carrozzo, G.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Li, J.-Y.; McFadden, L. A.; Marchi, S.; Jaumann, R.; Schoeder, S.; Ciarniello, M.; Raponi, A.; Frigeri, A.; Ammannito, E.; Russell, C. T.; Raymond, C. A. (2015). Color variations on Ceres derived by Dawn/VIR: Implications for the surface composition. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Combe, J.-P. M., T. B.; McFadden, L. A.; Ieva, S.; Tosi, F.; Longobardo, A.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Ammannito, E.; Frigeri, A.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T. (2015 ). Dawn at Vesta: Composition of the Northern Regions. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 2098.
    
Filacchione, G. C., F.; Tosi, F.; Erard, S.; de Sanctis, M. C.; Ciarniello, M.; Raponi, A.; Palomba, E.; Capria, M. T.; Piccioni, G.; Leyrat, C.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Drossart, P.; Arnold, G.; Jaumann, R.; Barucci, M. A.; Ip, W.-H.; McCord, T. B.; Schmitt, B.; Quirico, E.; Beck, P.; Longobardo, A.; Noschese, R.; Cartacci, M.; Cicchetti, A.; Politi, R.; Henry, F.; Jacquinod, S.; Rosetta Virtis Team (2015 ). Compositional Maps of 67P/CG Nucleus by Rosetta/VIRTIS-M. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 1756.
    
Nathues, A. S., M. V.; Büttner, I.; Buczkowski, D. L.; Carsenty, U.; Castillo-Rogez, J.; Christensen, U.; Gutiérrez Marqués, P.; Hall, I.; Hoffmann, M.; Jaumann, R.; Joy, S.; Keller, H. U.; Kersten, E.; Krohn, K.; Li, J.-Y.; Marchi, S.; Matz, K.-D.; McCord, T. B.; McFadden, L. A.; Mengel, K.; Mertens, V.; Mottola, S.; Neumann, W.; Mastrodemos, N.; O'Brien, D. P.; Otto, K.; Pieters, C.; Pieth, S.; Polanskey, C.; Preusker, F.; Rayman, M. D.; Raymond, C.; Reddy, V.; Ripken, J.; Roatsch, T.; Russell, C. T.; Schäfer, M.; Schäfer, T.; Schenk, P.; Schmedemann, N.; Scholten, F.; Schröder, S. E.; Schulzeck, F.; Sierks, H.; Smith, D.; Stephan, K.; Thangjam, G.; Weiland, M.; Williams, D.; Zuber, M. (2015 ). Dawn Framing Camera Clear Filter Imaging on Ceres Approach. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 2069.
    
Singh, S. M., T. B.; Combe, J. P.; Rodriguez, S.; Cornet, T.; Chevrier, V. F.; Maltagliati, L. (2015 ). The Identification of Acetylene on Titan's Surface. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 1522.
    
Ammannito, E., et al. (2015). "Compositional variations in the Vestan Rheasilvia basin." Icarus 259: 194-202.
    
Bland, M. T. R., Carol; Park, Ryan; Schenk, Paul; McCord, Tom; Reddy, Vishnu; King, Scott; Sykes, Mark; Russell, Chris (2015). Ceres’ impact craters: probes of near-surface internal structure and composition. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society,.
    
Blaney, D. L. C., R. N.; Dalton, J. B.; Davies, A. G.; Green, R. O.; Hedman, M. M.; Hibbits, C. A.; Langevin, Y. J.; Lunine, J. I.; McCord, T. B.; Soderblom, J. M.; Cable, M. L.; Mouroulis, P.; Kim, W.; Dorsky, L. I.; Strohbehn, K. (2015). Mapping Imaging Spectrometer for Europa (MISE). European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Capaccioni, F. C., A.; Filacchione, G.; Erard, S.; Arnold, G.; Drossart, P.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Bockelee-Morvan, D.; Capria, M. T.; Tosi, F.; Leyrat, C.; Schmitt, B.; Quirico, E.; Cerroni, P.; Mennella, V.; Raponi, A.; Ciarniello, M.; McCord, T.; Moroz, L.; Palomba, E.; Ammannito, E.; Barucci, M. A.; Bellucci, G.; Benkhoff, J.; Bibring, J. P.; Blanco, A.; Blecka, M.; Carlson, R.; Carsenty, U.; Colangeli, L.; Combes, M.; Combi, M.; Crovisier, J.; Encrenaz, T.; Federico, C.; Fink, U.; Fonti, S.; Ip, W. H.; Irwin, P.; Jaumann, R.; Kuehrt, E.; Langevin, Y.; Magni, G.; Mottola, S.; Orofino, V.; Palumbo, P.; Piccioni, G.; Schade, U.; Taylor, F.; Tiphene, D.; Tozzi, G. P.; Beck, P.; Biver, N.; Bonal, L.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Despan, D.; Flamini, E.; Fornasier, S.; Frigeri, A.; Grassi, D.; Gudipati, M.; Longobardo, A.; Markus, K.; Merlin, F.; Orosei, R.; Rinaldi, G.; Stephan, K.; Cartacci, M.; Cicchetti, A.; Giuppi, S.; Hello, Y.; Henry, F.; Jacquinod, S.; Noschese, R.; Peter, G.; Politi, R.; Reess, J. M.; Semery, A. (2015). "The organic-rich surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko as seen by VIRTIS/Rosetta." Science 347(6220).
    The VIRTIS (Visible, Infrared and Thermal Imaging Spectrometer) instrument on board the Rosetta spacecraft has provided evidence of carbon-bearing compounds on the nucleus of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The very low reflectance of the nucleus (normal albedo of 0.060 ± 0.003 at 0.55 micrometers), the spectral slopes in visible and infrared ranges (5 to 25 and 1.5 to 5% kÅ−1), and the broad absorption feature in the 2.9-to-3.6–micrometer range present across the entire illuminated surface are compatible with opaque minerals associated with nonvolatile organic macromolecular materials: a complex mixture of various types of carbon-hydrogen and/or oxygen-hydrogen chemical groups, with little contribution of nitrogen-hydrogen groups. In active areas, the changes in spectral slope and absorption feature width may suggest small amounts of water-ice. However, no ice-rich patches are observed, indicating a generally dehydrated nature for the surface currently illuminated by the Sun.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2015). "Reflectance properties and hydrated material distribution on Vesta: Global investigation of variations and their relationship using improved calibration of Dawn VIR mapping spectrometer." Icarus 259: 21-38.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2015). Dawn at Vesta: Composition of the Northern Regions. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI. 1832: 2098.
     The northern regions of Vesta observed by Dawn reveal that impact-related processes (excavation, ejecta, and exogenous materials) changed the surface composition.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2015). "Composition of the northern regions of Vesta analyzed by the Dawn mission." Icarus 259: 53-71.
    
Combe, J.-P. M., T. B.; Capaccioni, F.; Filacchione, G.; Raponi, A.; Tosi, F.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Érard, S.; Leyrat, C.; Stephan, K. (2015). Apparent and real temporal variability of surface components of 67P/CG nucleus with Rosetta VIRTIS. European Planetary Science Congress. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2015). "The diurnal cycle of water ice on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko." Nature 525(7570): 500-503.
    
De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2015). "Eucritic crust remnants and the effect of in-falling hydrous carbonaceous chondrites characterizing the composition of Vesta's Marcia region." Icarus 259: 91-115.
    
de Sanctis, M. C. A., E.; Raponi, A.; Marchi, S.; McCord, T. B.; McSween, H. Y.; Capaccioni, F.; Capria, M. T.; Carrozzo, F. G.; Ciarniello, M.; Longobardo, A.; Tosi, F.; Fonte, S.; Formisano, M.; Frigeri, A.; Giardino, M.; Magni, G.; Palomba, E.; Turrini, D.; Zambon, F.; Combe, J.-P.; Feldman, W.; Jaumann, R.; McFadden, L. A.; Pieters, C. M.; Prettyman, T.; Toplis, M.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T. (2015). "Ammoniated phyllosilicates with a likely outer Solar System origin on (1) Ceres." Nature 528(7581): 241-244.
    
De Sanctis, M. C. C., F.; Filacchione, G.; Ciarniello, M.; Raponi, A.; Tosi, F.; Schmitt, B.; Arnold, G.; Erard, S.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Kuehrt, E.; Mottola, S.; Leyrat, C.; Ammannito, E.; Barucci, M. A.; Beck, A.; Capria, M. T.; Combi, M.; Drossart, P.; Ip, W.-H.; McCord, T. B.; Quirico, E. (2015). Detection of Transient Water Ice on Comet 67P/Churymov-Gerasimenko. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI. 1832: 2021.
    
DeSanctis, M. C., et al. (2015). Vesta by Dawn: portrait of a small world. IAU General Assembly, Meeting #29, American Astronomical Society.
    One of the Dawn mission objectives is to study two protoplanets to understand the processes operating during the earliest phases of solar system history. Dawn first observed Vesta, the largest basaltic asteroid. The observations describe Vesta as a small planet that underwent many classical planetary processes: differentiation, collisional evolution, tectonics, mass movements and regolith mixing. Vesta is also the progenitor of the howardite, eucrite and diogenite (HED) meteorites. Dawn’s measurements were consistent with expectations based on the HED meteorites providing support for the classical paradigm for planetary evolution. Nevertheless, Dawn also made unexpected important discoveries such as the delivery of carbonaceous chondritic impactors, the presence of pitted terrain and hydrated phases, the limited presence of olivine-rich outcrops in the northern hemisphere, specific mass movement processes, space weathering different from similar silicatic bodies and the existence of two large south polar basins. Dawn demonstrates that Vesta is an intact protoplanet that has imprinted the records of the processes acting in the early stage of solar system.

Filacchione, G. C., Fabrizio; Ciarniello, Mauro; Raponi, Andrea; De Sanctis, Maria Cristina; Tosi, Federico; Piccioni, Giuseppe; Cerroni, Priscilla; Capria, Maria Teresa; Palomba, Ernesto; Longobardo, Andrea; Migliorini, Alessandra; Erard, Stephane; Arnold, Gabriele; Bockelee-Morvan, Dominique; Leyrat, Cedric; Schmitt, Bernard; Quirico, Eric; Barucci, Antonella; McCord, Thomas B.; Stephan, Katrin; Kappel, David (2015). 67P/CG morphological units and VIS-IR spectral classes: a Rosetta/VIRTIS-M perspective. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Frigeri, A., et al. (2015). "Mineralogic mapping of the Av-9 Numisia quadrangle of Vesta." Icarus 259: 116-128.
    
Frigeri, A., et al. (2015). "The spectral parameter maps of Vesta from VIR data." Icarus 259: 10-20.
    
Longobardo, A., et al. (2015). "Mineralogical and spectral analysis of Vesta's Gegania and Lucaria quadrangles and comparative analysis of their key features." Icarus 259: 72-90.
    
Matson, D. L. D., Ashley G.; Johnson, Torrence V.; Combe, Jean-Philippe; McCord, Tom B.; Radebaugh, Jani (2015). Venting of CO2 at Enceladus’ Surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Mc Fadden, L. A., et al. (2015). Vesta Before Arrival at Ceres: Regional Surface Composition. 78th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. Berkeley, California.
     After Dawn left Vesta for Ceres, the science team analyzed all data from Vesta publishing a systematic study of the surface mineralogy of Vesta using spectroscopy, imaging, topography, geology, elemental and gravity data. Results are presented.

McCord, T. B. and J.-P. Combe (2015). Ceres Evolution: From Thermodynamic Modeling and Telescope to Dawn Orbital Observations. American Astronomical Society, DPS meeting #47, #212.11. Maryland, D.C., American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. E. C. Scully (2015). "The Composition of Vesta from the Dawn Mission." Icarus 259: 1-9.
    
McCord, T. B. S., J. E. C. (2015). The Composition of Vesta from all Dawn Data and Analyses. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 2102.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (2015). "Vesta's Pinaria region: Original basaltic achondrite material derived from mixing upper and lower crust." Icarus 259: 150-161.
    
Pieters, C. M. D. S., Maria Cristina; Ammannito, Eleonora; Raponi, Andrea; Combe, Jean-Philippe; McCord, Thomas B.; McSween, Harry; McFadden, Lucy A.; Marchi, Simone; Capaccioni, Fabrizio; Capria, Maria Teresa; Carrozzo, Giacomo; Ciarniello, Mauro; Longobardo, Andrea; Fonte, Sergio; Formisano, Michelangelo; Frigeri, Alessandro; Giardino, Marco; Magni, Gianfranco; Palomba, Enersto; Tosi, Federico; Turrini, Diego; Zambon, Francesca; Jaumann, Ralf; Feldman, William; Prettyman, Thomas; Toplis, Michael; Raymond, Carol A.; Russell, Christopher T. (2015). Dawn at Ceres reveals an ammoniated surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Raymond, C. A. P., Ryan S.; Konopliv, Alex S.; Bland, Michael T.; Marchi, Simone; Castillo-Rogez, Julie C.; McCord, Thomas B.; Jaumann, Ralf; Russell, Christopher T.; Prettyman, Thomas H. (2015). Interior Evolution of Ceres Revealed by Dawn. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Raymond, C. A. R., C. T.; Park, R. S.; Konopliv, A. S.; Asmar, S. W.; Castillo-Rogez, J. C.; Hughson, K.; Jaumann, R.; McCord, T.; Presuker, F.; Schenck, P.; Smith, D. E.; Zuber, M. T. (2015). Geophysics of Ceres from Dawn. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Schmidt, B. E. S., Jennifer; Chilton, Heather T.; Hughson, Kynan; Sizemore, Hanna; Bland, Michael; Schenk, Paul; Nathues, Andreas; Platz, Thomas; O'Brien, David P.; Byrne, Shane; Schorghofer, Norbert; Ammanito, Eleonora; Russell, Christopher T.; Raymond, Carol A.; DeSanctis, Maria Cristina; Marchi, Simone; Li, Jian-Yang; LeCorre, Lucille; Reddy, Vishnu; Hiesinger, Harald; Jaumann, Ralf; Sykes, Mark; McCord, Thomas (2015). Geomorphological evidence for pervasive ground ice on Ceres from Dawn data. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Scipioni, F. S., Pual; Tosi, Federico; Clark, Roger; Dalle Ore, Cristina; Combe, Jean-Philippe (2015). Discovering sub-micron ice particles across Dione' surface. DPS meeting #47, American Astronomical Society.
    
Singh, S., et al. (2015). "Near-infrared spectra of liquid/solid acetylene under Titan relevant conditions and implications for Cassini/VIMS detections." Icarus Online.
    
Singh, S. M., Z.; Chevrier, V. F.; Combe, J. P. (2015). Solubility of Ethylene and Acetylene in Liquid Methane and Ethane. 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1832: 1626.
    
Singh, S. M., T. B.; Rodriguez, S.; Combe, J. P.; Cornet, T.; Le Mouelic, S.; Maltagliati, L.; Chevrier, V. F. (2015). Identification of Acetylene on Titan's Surface. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Stephan, K., et al. (2015). "The Sextilia-region on Asteroid 4Vesta - Stratigraphy and variegation." Icarus 259: 162-180.
    
Tosi, F., et al. (2015). "Mineralogical analysis of the Oppia quadrangle of asteroid (4) Vesta: Evidence for occurrence of moderate-reflectance hydrated minerals." Icarus 259: 129-149.
    
Tosi, F. C., F.; Filacchione, G.; Leyrat, C.; Raponi, A.; Arnold, G.; Capria, M. T.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Erard, S.; Piccioni, G.; Schmitt, B.; Bockelée-Morvan, D.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Formisano, M.; Kuehrt, E.; Longobardo, A.; Mottola, S.; Palomba, E. (2015). Seasonal temperature effects on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko as inferred from Rosetta/VIRTIS. European Planetary Science Congress 2015,. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Zambon, F., et al. (2015). "Spectral analysis of the quadrangles Av-13 and Av-14 on Vesta." Icarus 259: 181-193.
    
Zambon, F. D. S., M. C.; Tosi, F.; Longobardo, A.; Palomba, E.; Carrozzo, G.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Li, J.-Y.; McFadden, L. A.; Marchi, S.; Jaumann, R.; Schoeder, S.; Ciarniello, M.; Raponi, A.; Frigeri, A.; Ammannito, E.; Russell, C. T.; Raymond, C. A. (2015). Color variations on Ceres derived by Dawn/VIR: Implications for the surface composition. European Planetary Science Congress 2015. Nantes, France, COPERNICUS.
    
Ammannito, E. D. S., M.; Capaccioni, F.; Capria, M.; Combe, J.; Frigeri, A.; Jaumann, R.; Longobardo, A.; Marchi, S.; McCord, T.; McFadden, L.; McSween, H.; Mittlefehldt, D.; Stephan, K.; Tosi, F.; Raymond, C.; Russell, C. (2014). A close look at the Vestan Rheasilvia basin: The Tarpeia crater. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, Helsinki, Finland.
    
Barnes, J. W., et al. (2014). Specular Reflections from Titan's Punga Mare Seen by Cassini/VIMS Indicate Surface Roughness: Waves? 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, LPI.
    
Barnes, J. W. S., Christophe; Soderblom, Jason M.; Brown, Robert H.; Hayes, Alexander G.; Donelan, Mark; Rodriguez, Sebastien; Le Mouelic, Stephane; Baines, Kevin H.; McCord, Thomas B. (2014). "Cassini/VIMS Observes Rough Surfaces on Titan's Punga Mare in Specular Reflection." Planetary Science 3.
    
Capria, M. T., et al. (2014). "Vesta surface thermal properties map." Geophysical Research Letters 41: 1438-1443.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2014). Vesta's Surface OH and H2O Investigated Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P. A., E.; De Sanctis, M.-C.; Tosi, F.; McCord, T. B.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T. (2014). Vesta's Surface OH and H2O Investigated Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, LPI 1777: 2170.
    
De Sanctis, M. A., E.; Capaccioni, F.; Capria, M.; Combe, J.; Jaumann, R.; McCord, T.; McFadden, L.; McSween, H.; Mittlefehldt, D.; Pieters, C.; Ruesch, O.; Raymond, C.; Russell, C. (2014). Vesta mineralogy after Dawn. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors, Helsinki, Finland.
    
De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2014). Vesta Mineralogy in the Light of Dawn. Vesta in the Light of Dawn: First Exploration of a Protoplanet in the Asteroid Belt, Houston, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    The data from Dawn VIR characterized and mapped the mineral distribution on Vesta, strengthened the Vesta-HED linkage, discovered hydrated materials, found olivine in an unexpected location, providing new insights into Vesta’s formation and evolution.

Hayne, P. O. M., Thomas B.; Sotin, Christophe (2014). "Titan's surface composition and atmospheric transmission with solar occultation measurements by Cassini VIMS." Icarus 243: 158-172.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2014). The Martian Geomorphology as Mapped by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC): Implications for Geological Processes and Climate Conditions. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, LPI
    
Jaumann, R. N., A.; Otto, K.; Krohn, K.; Stephan, K.; McCord, T. B.; Williams, D. A.; Raymond, C. A.; Blewett, D. T.; Hiesinger, H.; Yingst, R. A.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Palomba, E.; Roatsch, T.; Matz, K.-D.; Preusker, F.; Scholten, F.; Russell, C. T. (2014). "The geological nature of dark material on Vesta and implications for the subsurface structure." Icarus 240: 3-19.
    
MacKenzie, S. M. B., Jason W.; Sotin, Christophe; Soderblom, Jason M.; Le Mouélic, Stéphane; Rodriguez, Sebastien; Baines, Kevin H.; Buratti, Bonnie J.; Clark, Roger N.; Nicholson, Phillip D.; McCord, Thomas B. (2014). "Evidence of Titan's climate history from evaporite distribution." Icarus 243: 191-207.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (2014). CO2 Venting and Ice Formation of Enceladus' Surface. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We explore the possiblity that the CO2 gas pockets found in the ice caps on Enceladus came from pockets of gas below the ice. These pockets may be a natural consequence of the circulation of Enceladus' gas-rich ocean water. If so, then it is possible to infer the life cycle of a gas pocket.

McFadden, L.-A. A. A., Eleonora; Combe, Jean-Philippe; De Sanctis, Cristina; Stephan, Katrin; Pieters, Carle; Nathues, Andrea (2014). "Vesta's Pinaria Region: Lower Crustal Composition and Regolith Mixing from Early Vesta." AAS 46: 415.402.
    
Reddy, V., et al. (2014). Vesta Surface Colors and Mineralogy. Vesta in the Light of Dawn: First Exploration of a Protoplanet in the Asteroid Belt, Houston, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We present summary of color observations of Vesta from Dawn Framing Cameras. Comparison of ground based and HST observations of Vesta with those from Dawn is also presented. Nature of color units and their mineralogy is summarized.

Singh, S., et al. (2014). Solubility of Acetylene in Liquid Hydrocarbons Under Titan Surface Conditions. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Stephan, K. J., R.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Krohn, K.; Otto, K.; Ammannito, E.; Roatsch, Th.; Matz, K.-D.; Preusker, F.; Tosi, F.; Combe, J. P.; Titus, T. N.; Raymond, C. A.; Russell, C. T.; Dawn Science Team (2014). Spectral variegation and stratigraphy on Vesta --- the Sextilia region. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors Helsinki, Finland.
    
Tosi, F. C., M. T.; De Sanctis, M. C.; Combe, J.-Ph.; Zambon, F.; Nathues, A.; Schröder, S. E.; Li, J.-Y.; Palomba, E.; Longobardo, A.; Blewett, D. T.; Denevi, B. W.; Palmer, E.; Capaccioni, F.; Ammannito, E.; Titus, T. M.; Mittlefehldt, D. W.; Sunshine, J. M.; Russell, C. T.; Raymond, C. A. (2014). "Thermal measurements of dark and bright surface features on Vesta as derived from Dawn/VIR." Icarus 240: 36-57.
    
Turrini, D., et al. (2014). "The Contamination Of The Surface Of Vesta By Impacts And The Delivery Of The Dark Material." Icarus 240: 86-102.
    
Williams, D. A. D., Brett W.; Mittlefehldt, David W.; Mest, Scott C.; Schenk, Paul M.; Yingst, R. Aileen; Buczkowski, Debra L.; Scully, Jennifer E. C.; Garry, W. Brent; McCord, Thomas B.; Combe, Jean-Phillipe; Jaumann, Ralf; Pieters, Carle M.; Nathues, Andreas; Le Corre, Lucille; Hoffmann, Martin; Reddy, Vishnu; Schäfer, Michael; Roatsch, Thomas; Preusker, Frank; Marchi, Simone; Kneissl, Thomas; Schmedemann, Nico; Neukum, Gerhard; Hiesinger, Harald; De Sanctis, Maria Cristina; Ammannito, Eleonora; Frigeri, Alessandro; Prettyman, Thomas H.; Russell, Christopher T.; Raymond, Carol A. (2014). "The geology of the Marcia quadrangle of asteroid Vesta: Assessing the effects of large, young craters." Icarus 244: 74-88.
    We used Dawn spacecraft data to identify and delineate geological units and landforms in the Marcia quadrangle of Vesta as a means to assess the role of the large, relatively young impact craters Marcia (~63 km diam.) and Calpurnia (~53 km diam.) and their surrounding ejecta field on the local geology. We also investigated a local topographic high with a dark-rayed crater named Aricia Tholus, and the impact crater Octavia that is surrounded by a distinctive diffuse mantle. Crater counts and stratigraphic relations suggest that Marcia is the youngest large crater on Vesta, in which a putative impact melt on the crater floor ranges in age between ~40 and 60 Ma (depending upon choice of chronology system), and Marcia's ejecta blanket ranges in age between ~120 and 390 Ma (depending upon choice of chronology system). We interpret the geologic units in and around Marcia crater to mark a major vestan time-stratigraphic event, and that the Marcia Formation is one of the geologically youngest formations on Vesta.

Ammannito, E., et al. (2013). "Vestan lithologies mapped by the visual and infrared spectrometer on Dawn." Meteoritics and Planetary Science: 401.
    We present global lithological maps of the Vestan surface based on Dawn mission's Visible InfraRed (VIR) Spectrometer acquisitions with a spatial sampling of 200 m. The maps confirm the results obtained with the data set acquired by VIR with a spatial sampling of 700 m, that the reflectance spectra of Vesta's surface are dominated by pyroxene absorptions that can be interpreted within the context of the distribution of howardites, eucrites, and diogenites (HEDs). The maps also partially agree with the ground and Hubble Space Telescope observations: they confirm the background surface being an assemblage of howardite or polymict eucrite, as well as the location of a diogenitic-rich spot; however, there is no evidence of extended olivine-rich regions in the equatorial latitudes. Diogenite is revealed on the Rheasilvia basin floor, indicating that material of the lower crust/mantle was exposed. VIR also detected diogenites along the scarp of Matronalia Rupes, and the rims of Severina and a nearby, unnamed crater, and as ejecta of Antonia crater. The diogenite distribution is fully consistent with petrological constraints; although the mapped distribution does not provide unambiguous constraints, it favors the hypothesis of a magma ocean.

Barnes, J. W., et al. (2013). "Precipitation-Induced Surface Brightenings Seen On Titan By Cassini VIMS And ISS." Planetary Science 2(1): 1-22.
    Observations from Cassini VIMS and ISS show localized but extensive surface brightenings in the wake of the 2010 September cloudburst. Four separate areas, all at similar latitude, show similar changes: Yalaing Terra, Hetpet Regio, Concordia Regio, and Adiri.

Buratti, B. J., et al. (2013). Vesta, Vestoids, and HEDs: Dawn, Ground-based, and RELAB Observations. 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Spectral differences between the vestoids, the HED meteorites, and Vesta can be explained by a new form of space weathering.

Buratti, B. J., et al. (2013). "Vesta, Vestoids, and the HED Meteorites: Interconnections and Differences Based on Dawn Framing Camera Observations." Journal of Geophysical Research 118(10): 1991-2003.
    The Framing Camera (FC) on the Dawn spacecraft provided the first view of 4 Vesta at sufficiently high spatial resolution to enable a detailed correlation of the asteroid's spectral properties with geologic features and with the vestoid (V-type) asteroids and the Howardite-Eucrite-Diogenite (HED) class of meteorites, both of which are believed to originate on Vesta.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2013). High thermal Inertia Areas on the Surface of Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, London, UK, EPSC.
    Disk-resolved surface temperatures of Vesta have been determined from the infrared spectra measured by VIR, a visible and infrared mapping spectrometer onboard the Dawn spacecraft. The observed temperatures, together with a termophysical model, have been used to constrain the thermal properties of a large part of the surface of the asteroid

Combe, J., et al. (2013). Nature and Origin of CO2 on Enceladus. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, AGU.
    Evidence for the geophysical processes operating within Enceladus is provided by the materials and molecules erupted in the plumes discovered by Cassini.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2013). Mineralogical Diversity Across Vesta: Identification of Different Lithologies. 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Global mapping of the distributions of HED lithologies on Vesta by Dawn’s VIR imaging spectrometer provides the missing geologic context for these meteorites.

DeSanctis, M. C., et al. (2013). "Vesta's Mineralogical Composition as Revealed by the Visible and Infrared Spectrometer on Dawn." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48(11): 2166-2184.
    The Dawn spacecraft mission has provided extensive new and detailed data on Vesta that confirm and strengthen the Vesta-howardite-eucrite-diogenite (HED) meteorite link and the concept that Vesta is differentiated, as derived from earlier telescopic observations. Here, we present results derived by newly calibrated spectra of Vesta.

Hayne, P. O., et al. (2013). New Approaches to the Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping: Study Overview and Results of the First Workshop. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Laurel, Maryland, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2013). The Martian Geomorphology as Mapped by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC): Implications for Geological Processes and Climate Conditions. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, AGU.
    The geomorphological analysis of surface features, observed by the HRSC indicate major surface modifications by endogenic and exogenic processes on all scales.

Jaumann, R., et al. (2013). The Geology of Vesta's Dark Material. EGU 2013 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.
    Deposits of dark material appear on Vesta's surface as low-albedo features in the visible wavelength range of the Dawn camera and spectrometer (1-4). This material is intermixed into the regolith and partially excavated by younger impacts exposed as blocks or layers out-cropping in crater walls, having been uncovered and broken by the impact process. Fans slumping down crater walls and dark deposits on crater floors are the result of gravity-driven mass wasting triggered by steep slopes and impact seismicity. The mixing of dark material with impact ejecta indicates that this material is processed together with the ejected material. Some small craters possess continuous dark ejecta similar to lunar dark-halo impact craters, indicating that the impact excavated the material from beneath a higher-albedo surface. Asymmetric distribution of dark material in impact craters and ejecta suggests non-continuous distribution in the local subsurface. Some positive-relief dark edifices appear to be impact-sculpted hills with dark material distributed over the hill slopes. Dark features are in some places arranged as linear outcrops along scarps or as dark streaks crossing a range of topographies. Dark features inside and outside of craters are in some places arranged as linear outcrops along scarps or dark streaks crossing different topographies. The composition of the dark material resembles that of the Vesta regolith (5). Dark material is distributed unevenly across Vesta's surface. Clustering occurs for all types of dark material exposure. On a local scale some craters expose or are associated with dark material, while others in the immediate vicinity are free of dark material. The wide variety of the surface exposures of dark material and their different geological correlations with surface features as well as their uneven distribution indicate a globally inhomogeneous distribution in the subsurface. However on a global scale the dark material seems to be correlated with the rim and ejecta of the older Veneneia south polar basin structure. The origin of the dark material is still debated and it is tentatively suggested that dark material could be either exogenic, from carbon-rich low velocity impactors, or endogenic, from freshly exposed mafic material or impact melt, created or exposed by impacts (1,3,4). The variety of geological settings of dark material suggests that more than one process is involved in their formation. References: (1) Jaumann et al., 2012, LPSC 43, #1807; (2) Jaumann, et al., 2012, Science 336, 687-690; (3) McCord, et al., 2012, Nature 491, 83-86; (4) Reddy V., et al., Icarus 221, 544-559; Stephan, K., et al., PSS, submitted. The support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams is gratefully acknowledged. This work is supported by DLR, by NASA through the Dawn project and the Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist program and by ASI.

Li, J.-Y., et al. (2013). The Photometric Properties of Vesta in Visible and Near-Infrared from Dawn VIR Instrument. 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. (2013). Ceres: Models, Observations and What Dawn Might Find. Eurpean Planetary Science Congress, London, Great Britain, EPSC Abstracts.
    
McCord, T., et al. (2013). Titan's Surface Composition from Cassini VIMS Solar Occultation Observations. EGU 2013 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria.
    Titan's surface is obscured by a thick absorbing and scattering atmosphere, allowing direct observation of the surface within only a few spectral win-dows in the near-infrared, complicating efforts to identify and map geologi-cally important materials using remote sensing IR spectroscopy. We there-fore investigate the atmosphere's infrared transmission with direct measure-ments using Titan's occultation of the Sun as well as Titan's reflectance measured at differing illumination and observation angles observed by Cas-sini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS). We use two im-portant spectral windows: the 2.7-2.8-mm "double window" and the broad 5-mm window. By estimating atmospheric attenuation within these windows, we seek an empirical correction factor that can be applied to VIMS meas-urements to estimate the true surface reflectance and map inferred composi-tional variations. Applying the empirical corrections, we correct the VIMS data for the viewing geometry-dependent atmospheric effects to derive the 5-µm reflectance and 2.8/2.7-µm reflectance ratio. We then compare the cor-rected reflectances to compounds proposed to exist on Titan's surface. We propose a simple correction to VIMS Titan data to account for atmospheric attenuation and diffuse scattering in the 5-mm and 2.7-2.8 mm windows, generally applicable for airmass < 3.0. We propose a simple correction to VIMS Titan data to account for atmospheric attenuation and diffuse scatter-ing in the 5-mm and 2.7-2.8 mm windows, generally applicable for airmass < 3.0. The narrow 2.75-mm absorption feature, dividing the window into two sub-windows, present in all on-planet measurements is not present in the occultation data, and its strength is reduced at the cloud tops, suggesting the responsible molecule is concentrated in the lower troposphere or on the sur-face. Our empirical correction to Titan's surface reflectance yields properties shifted closer to water ice for the majority of the low-to-mid latitude area covered by VIMS measurements. Four compositional units are defined and mapped on Titan's surface based on the positions of data clusters in 5-mm vs. 2.8/2.7-mm scatter plots; a simple ternary mixture of H2O, hydrocarbons and CO2 might explain the reflectance properties of these surface units. The vast equatorial "dune seas" are compositionally very homogeneous, perhaps suggesting transport and mixing of particles over very large distances and/or and very consistent formation process and source material. The composi-tional branch characterizing Tui Regio and Hotei Regio is consistent with a mixture of typical Titan hydrocarbons and CO2, or possibly methane/ethane; the concentration mechanism proposed is something similar to a terrestrial playa lake evaporate deposit, based on the fact that river channels are known to feed into at least Hotei Regio.

McCord, T. B. and J. Combe (2013). Composition of Vesta and Ceres from Dawn: Findings, Expectations and Implications (Invited). AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, AGU.
    Vesta and Ceres have experienced planetary processes, including extensive melting and differentiation, according to earth-based telescope observations, thermodynamic modeling and, recently, Dawn data for Vesta.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2013). Constraints on Titan's Surface Composition Using VIMS Solar Occultation Measurements. 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    VIMS solar occultation observations are used to estimate atmospheric effects and determine surface reflectance and composition.

McSween, H. Y., et al. (2013). "Dawn; the Vesta-HED connection; and the Geologic Context for Eucrites, Deogenites, and Howardites." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48(11): 2090-2104.
    The Dawn mission has provided new evidence strengthening the identification of asteroid Vesta as the parent body of the howardite, eucrite, and diogenite (HED) meteorites.

Russell, C. T., et al. (2013). Memories of Vesta / Hopes for Ceres. European Planetary Science Congress, London, UK.
    Dawn, a solar-powered, ion-propelled mission, was launched on September 27, 2007, reaching its first target, Vesta, on July 16, 2011. Dawn orbited Vesta until September 5, 2012, and is now on its way to Ceres, where it will enter orbit in early 2015

Russell, C. T., et al. (2013). "Dawn completes its mission at 4 Vesta." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48: 2076-2089.
    The Dawn mission was designed to test our hypothesis about the origin and evolution of the early solar system by visiting the largest differentiated basaltic asteroid, 4 Vesta, believed to be a survivor from the earliest times of rocky body formation. Observations from orbit show that Vesta is the parent body of the Howardite, Eucrite, Diogenite meteorites. Vesta has an iron core and a eucritic-diogenitic crust. Its surface is characterized by abundant impact craters but with no evident volcanic features. It has two ancient impact basins in the southern hemisphere that are associated with circum-planetary troughs. The northern hemisphere is the more heavily cratered and contains the oldest terrains. The surface of Vesta is diverse, with north-south and east-west dichotomies in the eucrite-to-diogenite ratio. Its surface contains both very bright and very dark material, and its color varies strongly from region to region. Both the mineralogical and the elemental compositions agree with that expected for the HED parent body. Significant OH or H may be present in the upper crust and the presence of pits in "fresh" craters is consistent with the devolatilization of the surface after a collision either brought to or tapped a source of water on Vesta. The presence of dark material on the surface of Vesta suggests efficient transport pathways for organic material, and the mixing of the dark material with the more pristine pyroxene explains the varying albedo across the surface. Vesta has proven to be a reliable witness to the formation of the solar system.

Russell, C. T., et al. (2013). Two Small Planets: vesta Revealed and Ceres Anticipated. AGU Fall Meeting 2013, San Francisco, CA, AGU.
    Dawn's observations at Vesta both confirmed our expectations and provided the details that establish Vesta as a mini-world with many of the planetary processes studied on the other terrestrial planets. The HED meteorites have proven to be accurate harbingers of the composition of Vesta's crust, adding confirmation to the standard model of solar system formation, including the Jupiter Early Bombardment and the Late Heavy Bombardment.

Titus, T. N., et al. (2013). Analysis of Temperature and Thermal Inertia of the Surface of Vesta Using Dawn VIR Survey Observations. 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
     In this work, we compare observed temperatures of the surface of Vesta using data acquired by the Dawn Visible and Infrared mapping spectrometer (VIR) during Survey phase to model results using the KRC thermal model.

Turrini, D., et al. (2013). Investigating the Secular Contamination of the Surface of Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, London, UK.
    While orbiting Vesta, the Dawn spacecraft revealed the presence of dark material on the surface and in buried veneers exposed in the walls of craters. In close association to the dark material, the instruments on-board Dawn revealed also the presence of OH and H-rich material.

Wu, Y., et al. (2013). "Photometric correction and in-flight calibration of Chang' E-1 Interference Imaging Spectrometer (IIM) data." Icarus 222(1): 283-295.
    The main objective of this study is to develop a new photometric correction that is suitable for global Chang' E-1 (CE-1) Interference Imaging Spectrometer (IIM) data. We considered two improvements in the accuracy of the photometric correction: (1) classifying the whole Moon's surface into four classes (very bright rays, mature highlands, low FeO basalts, and high FeO basalts) based on the FeO contents; (2) decoupling the combined effects of the solar photometry and the detector responsivity along the cross-track. The results showed that our decoupling method could correct the non-uniformity of detector response but retain the cross-track photometry. Based on these in-flight calibrated data, spectrally continuous photometric functions of the four classes were obtained. By eliminating the contamination from highlands ejecta and low FeO basalts, the opposition surge of the high FeO maria was evident for the first time. The amplitude and width of the opposition surge presents wavelength dependence, which suggests that shadow hiding is the mechanism responsible for the opposition surge. A global lunar reflectance map whose boundaries between adjacent orbits are invisible was generated using the new four-type photometric functions. The quality of the global mosaic and the consistency of the reflectance spectra of the same area obtained in different orbits indicate the effectiveness of our photometric correction method. Although our method was specifically applied to the IIM data, the photometric correction method and the parameter values derived in this study is expected to be suitable for other optical instruments.

Ammannito, E., et al. (2012). "Vesta and the HED Meteorites: Comparison of Spectral Properties." LPI Contributions 1667: 6326.
    We present the main results obtained comparing spectral data in the visible-near infrared range of Vesta's surface acquired by the Dawn spacecraft with those for howardite, eucrite, diogenite (HED) meteorites.

Ammannito, E., et al. (2012). Vesta and the HED meteorites: comparison of spectral properties. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    We present the main results obtained comparing the visible-near infrared (VIS-NIR) spectra Vesta's surface with howardites, eucrites, diogenites (HEDs). HEDs are commonly associated with Vesta based on spectral similarities. Because of such association, much effort is being made to merge the information from HEDs - as well as Vestoids - with that from Vesta to characterize the lithologic diversity of the surface of this asteroid and to infer clues regarding its thermal history. The Dawn spacecraft, orbiting around Vesta since July 2011, is performing detailed observations of this body and thus improving our knowledge of its properties. Dawn's scientific payload includes an imaging spectrometer, VIR-MS, sensitive to the VIS-NIR spectral range. VIR-MS began acquiring spectra during the approach phase that started in May 2011 and will continue its observations through July 2012 when the spacecraft will depart Vesta to travel to Ceres. The observations are uniformly distributed in latitude and longitude, allowing a global view of Vesta's crustal spectral properties. Using the information provided by VIR spectra, we studied the distribution of the spectral heterogeneities on the surface and used our findings to perform a comparison with HED spectra in the VIS-NIR spectral range searching for analogies and/or incompatibilities. In our analysis, we utilized a method to compare the results obtained at microscopic scale on HED samples and the one obtained at macroscopic scale on the surface of Vesta. The intent of this study is to improve our understanding of the connection between Vesta and the HEDs, which is one of the primary Dawn scientific objectives. Dawn VIR spectra are characterized by pyroxene absorptions and most of the surface materials exhibit howardite-like spectra. However, some large areas can be interpreted to be material richer in diogenite (based on pyroxenes band depths and band centers) and some others like eucrite-rich howardite terrains. In particular, VIR data strongly indicate in the south polar region (Rheasilvia) the presence of Mg-pyroxene-rich terrains. The hypothesis that Vesta is the HED parent body is consistent with, and strengthened by, the geologic and spectral context for pyroxene distribution provided by VIR on Dawn. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams.This work is supported by an Italian Space Agency (ASI) grant and by NASA through the Dawn project and a Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist grant.

Barnes, J. W., et al. (2012). VIMS Near-Infrared Imaging and Spectra of Precipitation-Associated Surface Changes. Titan Through Time; Unlocking Titan's Past, Present and Future. V. Cottini, C. Nixon and R. Lorenz, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: p. 51.
    Cassini ISS saw large-scale surface darkenings in the wake of a tropical cloudburst event in 2010 September. In concert with the abstract by Turtle et al., in this presentation we show that weeks to months after darkening the surfaces did not revert to their pre-cloudburst brightness, but rather became brighter. VIMS observations of four distinct areas show these brightenings: Yalaing Terra, Hetpet Regio, Concordia Regio, and Adiri. Each study area brightened within each near-infrared atmospheric window, though not equally. In each case the brightened areas fade to their original spectra over a timescale of about a year. This rapid reversion time is inconsistent with chemical alteration of the surface - haze fallout would take hundreds to tens of thousands of years to recover an altered surface. Instead the deposition and removal of a volatile layer is more consistent with the observed evolution. Different scenarios for the production and removal of such a layer are possible. We will discuss these scenarios, which include evaporative cooled frost that later sublimates, and dissolution and reprecipitation of surface organics that may later be eroded by wind.

Barnes, J. W., et al. (2012). Cassini/VIMS Spectra and Time-Evolution of Precipitation-Associated Surface Brightenings on Titan. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Large areas of Titan's surface brightened at all wavelengths as seen from Cassini/VIMS for several months, then faded. The brightenings occurred after a large storm and rainfall event, and may relate to volatile refreezing due to evaporative cooling.

Barnes, J. W., et al. (2012). Dark and Bright Albedo Changes in the Wake of a Titan Rainstorm. AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts.
    Turtle et al. (2011) previously announced large-scale surface changes in Titan's tropics following a 2010 September cloudburst event. Those changes were areas that had darkened, and the darkening was attributed to surface wetting by rain. Here we will discuss the results of continued monitoring of the darkened areas by Cassini VIMS and ISS. These new observations show that instead of reverting to their previous state, the rain-darkened areas instead brightened beyond their original albedos starting a few months after the cloudburst event. The brightening was unexpected, and spectra show that it occurs in each of Titan's atmospheric wavelength windows. The brightened spectra show some similarity to he heretofore unique signature of Xanadu. The areas slowly revert to their original spectra over a period of a year. The two hypotheses that we have not eliminated involve (1) volatile frosts resulting from evaporative cooling of rain-derived surface methane that later sublime, (2) deposition of a thin surface layer of very-fine-grained particles (similar to terrestrial playa lakes) that degrade due to aeolean erosion. Future calculations and observations will serve to constrain the mechanism that drives the brightening.

Blewett, D. T., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft is spending one year in orbit around asteroid (4) Vesta to characterize its geology, chemical and mineralogical composition, topography, shape, and internal structure. The Dawn Team is conducting geological mapping of the surface in the form of 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of Caparronia quadrangle Av-3. Mapping is based on a Framing Camera (FC) mosaic produced from High Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) data with a spatial resolution of ~70 m/pixel, supplemented by a Digital Terrain Model (DTM: lateral spacing of 450 m/pixel and vertical accuracy of ~30 meters), FC color images, and Visible and InfraRed (VIR) hyperspectral images. The Caparronia Quadrangle extends from 90Ëš to 180Ëš E longitude and 21Ëš to 66Ëš N latitude. Vesta's rotation axis is tilted ~29Ëš with respect to its orbital plane. Dawn arrived during northern winter, hence portions of Vesta north of ~45Ëš N are in shadow and have not yet been imaged. Vesta has three dominant terrains: A heavily-cratered northern terrain with ancient troughs and grooves, an intermediately-cratered equatorial terrain bearing prominent flat-floored, E-W-trending troughs, and the relatively lightly-cratered south polar region, containing the Rheasilvia impact basin and related terrains. The Northern Cratered Trough terrain dominates the Caparronia quadrangle. Part of a NW-SE-trending trough enters the center of the sunlit part of the quad. Caparronia crater is centered at ~36Ëš N, 167Ëš E and is located near the eastern edge of the quad. The crater's elongation in the north-south direction is caused by slumping, likely as a result of the steep topography on which the crater formed. Smooth ejecta from Caparronia and two other relatively fresh craters can be mapped to a distance of roughly one crater radius from the crater rims, and to greater distances in places. In addition to morphology derived from FC clear filter images, we plan to take advantage of compositional information derived from FC color ratio images and VIR hyperspectral data. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams. This work is made possible by the NASA Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist Program.

Blewett, D. T., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft is spending one year in orbit around asteroid (4) Vesta to characterize its geology, chemical and mineralogical composition, topography, shape, and internal structure. The Dawn Team is conducting geological mapping of the surface in the form of 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of Caparronia quadrangle Av-3.

Capaccioni, F., et al. (2012). Mineralogical Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia and Av-9 Numisia Quadrangles of Asteroid 4 Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Asteroid 4 Vesta is currently observed by NASA's Dawn orbiter. The Dawn Team is conducting mineralogical mapping of the surface in the form of 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of the two adjacent quadrangles Marcia (Av-8) and Numisia (Av-9). The mapping is based on a Framing Camera (FC) color band ratio and Visible and InfraRed (VIR) hyperspectral images. Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle covers 144Ëš-216ËšE longitude while Av-9 Numisia extends from 216Ëš-288ËšE longitude; both quadrangles are located in the equatorial region from ±21Ëš latitude. Av-8 Marcia is dominated by a cratered regions, which is a low-albedo ejecta field containing craters Marcia, (68 km by 58 km), Calpurnia (54 km by 52 km), and Minucia (26 km by 23 km). A hill with a dark-rayed crater, named Aricia Tholus, is also nearby (size about 42.5 km and 28 km). Av-9 Numisia is dominated by Vestalia Terra, a distinct region of Vesta. Many of the impact craters in Av-9 have both bright and dark layers in their walls and also distinct ejecta lobes. The largest feature in Av-9 is the 33 km diameter Numisia crater which is centrally located at 7°S, 247°E. The other significant feature is the 15 km diameter Cornelia crater. Cornelia, smaller than Numisia is apparently more interesting has it shows a greater color diversity and an extensive ray system. In particular FC color data show an inner dark albedo region surrounded by an extended light colored ray system, this is also shown in the VIR images. Both FC color ratio images and VIR images show compositional variations within the Marcia quadrangle (De Sanctis et al., LPSC2012). The band depth distribution is uneven in this region and associated with the geological structures present in the quadrangles. On average the dominant terrains are the so called ET ( Equatorial Terrains) characterized by intermediate band depths, but associated with Marcia we see also terrains with very deep band depth similar to the ST (Southern Terrains) and deep band depth as the MLT (Mid Latitude Terrains). The low albedo ejecta field, derived from the Marcia and Calpurnia craters (located in Av-9), mantles underlying older terrains and is associated with the CET (Copious ejecta Terrains): the band depth are very shallow. VIR data show strong 1 µm and 2 µm absorptions exposed within the walls and floor of impact crater Marcia, suggesting excavation of pyroxene-rich material and/or variations in particle sizes. FC color ratio images, as well as VIR color ratio (Red:750/430 nm; Green :750/920 nm; Blue:430/750 nm) show color differences in Marcia and Calpurnia. The color and spectral data show the difference between the eastern side of the Marcia and Calpurnia ejecta field from its western side. Moreover it appears an unusual diffuse deposit surrounding an unnamed crater on the western side of the quadrangle. Further study is underway to investigate the significance of these color variations. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams. This work is supported by an Italian Space Agency (ASI) grant and by NASA through the Dawn project and a Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist grant.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2012). Local Thermal Inertia on the Surface of Vesta. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2012, Niigata, Japan.
    A thermophysical model is applied, together with temperature information obtained from the Dawn/VIR spectra, to derive local thermal inertia values on the surface of Vesta.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2012). Local thermal properties of the surface of Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Temperature information has been obtained from the Dawn/VIR (Visible InfraRed imaging spectrometer) spectra acquired during the Vesta campaign. When combined with a thermophysical model, these temperatures can be used to derive surface thermal properties. Thermal properties are sensitive to several physical characteristics of the surface that are not all spatially resolved. Thus, the derivation of surface temperatures and thermal inertia can lead to the characterization of surface and sub-surface properties of Vesta and the determination of regolith properties. The model we are using solves the heat conduction equation and provide the temperature as a function of thermal conductivity, albedo, emissivity, density and specific heat. The model is applied to the actual shape of Vesta: for any given location, characterized by a well-defined illumination condition and a given UTC time to compute the thermal inertia that results in model temperatures providing a best-fit to surface temperatures as retrieved by VIR. The model has been already applied to the first Vesta full-disk data to derive the global average thermal inertia of Vesta. The values obtained are typical of fine-grained, unconsolidated materials (i.e. dust) and suggest a surface in which a dust layer is wide-spread on coarser regolith. The model is now being applied on small regions of the surface of Vesta. Specific regions are selected because they are interesting for some reason or appear different from the surroundings, such as, for example, dark and bright spots and other peculiar features. Given a location, the thermophysical code is applied until the obtained temperatures are matching (best-fit techniques are used) the temperatures derived from the VIR spectra. The thermal inertia, thermal conductivity, albedo and roughness values are then assumed to be characterizing the location under analysis. The results of the model must be carefully checked and interpreted by taking into account the context (from high-resolution images acquired by the framing camera) and in general all the available information. Particularly important is, to this end, the "local time" information. A given spot on Vesta's surface has been typically observed more than once, at different local solar angles and scales. This can greatly improve the reliability of the results. To date, the code is being applied to an initial list of small regions with bright or dark materials, corresponding to areas with higher or lower temperatures compared to the surrounding average temperatures. This initial analysis is already highlighting local differences, (with respect to the average value) in the value of the thermal inertia. This is a clear indication of differences in the local physical proper-ties of the surface layer, namely a different thermal conductivity due to different levels of soil roughness and compactness. Future analyses will lead to a classification of the surface of Vesta in terms of albedo and thermal inertia, and qualitative indications of the local roughness (or smoothness) of the surface. This information, coupled with the mineralogical information, will help to characterize the materials of the surface of Vesta and will complement analyses of the regolith properties from high-resolution images.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2012). Thermal Inertia Variations on the Surface of Vesta from the Dawn Data. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Temperature information has been obtained from the VIR spectra. When combined with a thermophysical model, these temperatures can be used to derive surface thermal properties, thus leading to the characterization of surface and regolith properties.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2012). Local thermal inertia on the surface of Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    From the data obtained by VIR, a visible and infrared mapping spectrometer onboard the Dawn spacecraft, the surface temperature of Vesta can be determined. The retrieved temperatures, together with a termophysical model, can be used to derive thermal inertia values. The procedure has been applied to derive the thermal inertia of several unusual features that have been observed on the surface of Vesta.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2012). Mineralogical Mapping of the Av-5 Floronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Asteroid 4 Vesta is currently under investigation by NASA's Dawn orbiter. The Dawn Science Team is conducting mineralogical mapping of Vesta's surface in the form of 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of Floronia quadrangle Av-5. The maps are based on the data acquired by the Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIR-MS) and the Framing Camera (FC) (De Sanctis et al., this meeting). This abstract is focused on the analysis of band ratios, as well as the depth and position of the 2-µm absorption band of pyroxenes, but additional information will be presented. Absorption band depth is sensitive to abundance, texture and multiple scattering effects. Absorption band position is controlled by composition, shorter wavelength positions indicate less Calcium (and more Magnesium) in pyroxenes. The inferred composition is compared with that of Howardite, Eucite and Diogenite meteorites (HEDs). Diogenites are Mg-rich with large orthopyroxene crystals suggesting formation in depth; Eucrites are Ca-poor pyroxene, with smaller crystals. Av-5 Floronia Quadrangle is located between ~20-66ËšN and 270Ëš-360ËšE. It covers a portion of the heavily-cratered northern hemisphere of Vesta, and part of it is in permanent night, until August 2012. Long shadows make the visualization of albedo variations difficult, because of limited effectiveness of photometric corrections. Most of the variations of the band depth at 2 µm are partly affected by illumination geometry in this area. Only regional tendencies are meaningful at this time of the analysis. The 2-µm absorption band depth seems to be deeper towards the south of the quadrangle, in particular to the south of Floronia crater. It is not possible to interpret the value of the band depth in the floor the craters because of the absence of direct sunlight. However, the illuminated rims seem to have a deeper 2-µm absorption band, as does the ejecta from an unnamed crater located further south, within quadrangle Av-10 (Tosi et al., 2010, this meeting). The absorption band seems slightly shifted towards shorter wavelengths in the neighborhood of the same crater, which may indicate a more diogenitic composition, consistent with materials of the deeper crust. Relationships between craters, ejecta and composition will be investigated further. The authors acknowledge the support of the Dawn Science, Instrument and Operations Teams. This work was supported by the NASA Dawn Project under contract from UCLA and by the NASA Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist program.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2012). OH and H2O on Vesta under the moonlight. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    The search for OH and H2O at the surface of Vesta is underway using the visible and infrared mapping spectrometer in orbit onboard the Dawn spacecraft. To understand the origin of the OH detected on Vesta, the approach is 1) to analyze any correlation as function of composition, local time of day, latitude, and morphological features, and 2) to compare those findings under the light of previous detections of OH and H2O on the Moon, which has also a basaltic composition.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2012). Water and other volatiles on Vesta after the lunar case. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Reflectance spectra of the surface of Vesta from the Visible and Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIR) onboard the Dawn spacecraft are being analyzed for the search of volatiles, in the context of recent discoveries of OH and H_2O on the Moon.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). Vesta Mineralogy after Dawn global Observations. AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts.
    The Dawn mission has completed its mapping phases at Vesta and millions of spectra have been acquired by the Visible and InfraRed Mapping Spectrometer, VIR(1). VIR characterizes and maps the mineral distribution on Vesta -strengthening the Vesta HED linkage- and provides new insights into Vesta’s formation and evolution(2,3). VIR spectra are dominated by pyroxene absorptions near 0.9 and 2.0 µm and large thermal emission beyond 3.5 µm. Although almost all surface materials exhibit howardite-like spectra, some large regions can be interpreted to be richer in eucritic (basaltic) material and others richer in diogenititic (Mg-orthopyroxenitic) material. The Rheasilvia basin contains Mg-pyroxene-rich terrains for example. Vesta' s surface shows considerable diversity at local scales. Many bright and dark areas(3,4) are associated with various geological features and show remarkably different morphology. Moreover, VIR detected statistically significant, but weak, variations at 2.8 μm that have been interpreted as indicating the presence of OH-bearing phases on the surface(5). The OH distribution is uneven with large regions lacking this absorption feature. Associations of 2.8 μm band with morphological structures indicate complex process responsible for OH. Vesta exhibits large spectral variations that often correlate with geological structures, indicating a complex geological and evolutionary history, more similar to that of the terrestrial planets than to other asteroids visited by spacecrafts. Grateful Support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams is acknowledged. This work is supported by an the Italian Space Agency (ASI) grant n°I/004/12/0, a DLR grant, and by NASA through the Dawn project and the Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist grant. References: (1) De Sanctis M.C. et al., Space Sci. Rev., 2010. (2) Russell C.T et al., Science, 336, 684 2012. (3) De Sanctis M.C. et al., Science, 336, 697, 2012 (4) McCord, Nature, submitted (5) De Sanctis M.C. et al., Science, submitted

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). Dawn at Vesta: distribution of different minerals. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    Data from the Dawn VIR (Visible InfraRed mapping Spectrometer) instrument [1, 2] have been used to characterize and map the mineral distribution on Vesta. The results strengthen the Vesta - HED linkage and provide new insights into Vesta's formation and evolution.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). Hyperspectral views of Vesta details: LAMO results. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    4 Vesta has a surface of basaltic material (1) with strong absorption features centered near 0.9 and 1.9 μm, indicative of Fe-bearing pyroxenes. The spectra of HED (howardite, eucrite and diogenite) meteorites have similar features (1). This led to the hypothesis that Vesta was the parent body of the HED clan (2,3) and the discovery of a dynamical Vesta family of asteroids (Vestoids) provides a further link between Vesta and HEDs (4). Data from the Dawn VIR (Visible InfraRed mapping Spectrometer) (5,6) characterize and map the mineral distribution on Vesta, strengthen the Vesta - HED linkage and provide new insights into Vesta's formation and evolution.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). Characterization of Mineralogy across Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Data from the Dawn VIR (Visible InfraRed mapping Spectrometer) characterize and map the mineral distribution on Vesta, strengthen the Vesta - howardite, eucrite diogenite (HED) meteorite linkage and provide new insights into Vesta's formation and evolution.VIR data acquired during Approach, Survey and High Altitude Mapping (HAMO) orbits have provided very good coverage of the surface (> 65% of the complete surface and nearly all the illuminated portion). Additional data are now being acquired in the Low Altitude Mapping Orbit. Data of high quality, from 0.2 to 5 microns, have been acquired for a total of about 8.5 million spectra in 864 spectral channels. The VIR nominal pixel resolution ranges from 1.3 km (Approach phase) to 0.18-0.15 km (HAMO). The coverage allows near global-scale investigation of Vesta's surface mineralogy.      VIR spectra are characterized by pyroxene absorptions, but no clear evidence for other abundant minerals is observed at the scale of the present measurements of hundreds of meters. Even though Vesta spectra are dominated by pyroxenes, spectral variations at regional and local scales are evident and distinct color units are identified. Although almost all surface materials exhibit howardite-like spectra, some large units are interpreted to be richer in diogenite (based on pyroxenes band depths and band centers) and some others are eucrite-rich .     VIR data strongly indicate that the south polar region (Rheasilvia) has its own spectral characteristics, indicating the presence of Mg-pyroxene-rich terrains (diogenite-like), while the equatorial areas have swallower band depths and average band centers at slightly longer wavelengths, consistent with more eucrite rich materials. Vesta surface shows considerable diversity at smaller scales (tens of km), in terms of spectral reflectance and emission, band depths and slopes. Many bright and dark spots are present on Vesta. Dark spots have low reflectance at visible wavelengths and are spectrally characterized by shallower 1 and 2 micron bands with respect the surrounding terrains. Bright materials have high reflectance and are often spectrally characterized by deep pyroxenes absorption bands. Vesta presents complex geology/topography and the mineral distributions are often correlated with geological and topographical structures. Ejecta from large craters have distinct spectra, and materials exposed within the craters show distinct spectra on floors and rims. VIR reveals the mineralogical variation of Vesta's crustal stratigraphy on local and global scales. Maps of spectral parameters show surface and subsurface unit compositions in their stratigraphic context. The hypothesis that Vesta is the HED parent body is consistent with, and strengthened by, the geologic and spectral context for pyroxene distribution provided by Dawn. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Dawn Instrument, Operations, and Science Teams. This work is supported by an Italian Space Agency (ASI) grant and by NASA through the Dawn project and a Dawn at Vesta Participating Scientist grant.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). Overview of Vesta Mineralogy Diversity. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Vesta's spectrum has strong absorption centered near 0.9 and 1.9 μm, indicative of Fe-bearing pyroxenes. Data from the Dawn VIR characterize and map the mineral distribution on Vesta, providing new insights into Vesta's formation and evolution.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). "Spectroscopic Characterization of Mineralogy and Its Diversity Across Vesta." Science 336(6082): 697-700.
    The mineralogy of Vesta, based on data obtained by the Dawn spacecraft's visible and infrared spectrometer, is consistent with howardite-eucrite-diogenite meteorites. There are considerable regional and local variations across the asteroid: Spectrally distinct regions include the south-polar Rheasilvia basin, which displays a higher diogenitic component, and equatorial regions, which show a higher eucritic component. The lithologic distribution indicates a deeper diogenitic crust, exposed after excavation by the impact that formed Rheasilvia, and an upper eucritic crust. Evidence for mineralogical stratigraphic layering is observed on crater walls and in ejecta. This is broadly consistent with magma-ocean models, but spectral variability highlights local variations, which suggests that the crust can be a complex assemblage of eucritic basalts and pyroxene cumulates. Overall, Vesta mineralogy indicates a complex magmatic evolution that led to a differentiated crust and mantle.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). "Detection of Widespread Hydrated Materials on Vesta by the VIR Imaging Spectrometer on board the Dawn Mission." The Astrophysical Journal Letters 758: L36.
    Water plays a key role in the evolution of terrestrial planets, and notably in the occurrence of Earth's oceans. However, the mechanism by which water has been incorporated into these bodies—including Earth—is still extensively debated. Here we report the detection of widespread 2.8 μm OH absorption bands on the surface of the asteroid Vesta by the VIR imaging spectrometer on board Dawn. These observations are surprising as Vesta is fully differentiated with a basaltic surface. The 2.8 μm OH absorption is distributed across Vesta's surface and shows areas enriched and depleted in hydrated materials. The uneven distribution of hydrated mineral phases is unexpected and indicates ancient processes that differ from those believed to be responsible for OH on other airless bodies, like the Moon. The origin of Vestan OH provides new insight into the delivery of hydrous materials in the main belt and may offer new scenarios on the delivery of hydrous minerals in the inner solar system, suggesting processes that may have played a role in the formation of terrestrial planets.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2012). First Mineralogical Maps of 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    FC color ratio data from Survey with a resolution of 250 m/pixel and VIR hyperspectral images from Approach and Survey with resolutions of 1300 and 700 m/pixel,respectively, provided information on surface mineralogical and lithologic distributions.

Denevi, B. W., et al. (2012). Regolith Depth, Mobility, and Variability on Vesta from Dawn's Low Altitude Mapping Orbit. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We use Framing Camera images acquired by the Dawn spacecraft from its low-altitude mapping orbit to characterize regolith depth, variability, and mobility on Vesta, and to locate areas of especially thin regolith and exposures of competent material.

Denevi, B. W., et al. (2012). Global Variations in Regolith Depth on Asteroid Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    Regolith, the fragmental debris layer formed from impact events of all sizes, covers the surface of all asteroids imaged by spacecraft. Here we use Framing Camera (FC) clear filter images [1] acquired by the Dawn spacecraft [2] from its low-altitude mapping orbit (LAMO) of 210 km (pixel scales of ~20 m) to characterize regolith depth and variability in depth. These results will help to evaluate how the surface of this differentiated asteroid has evolved over time, and provide contextual information for understanding the origin and degree of mixing of the surficial materials for which compositions are estimated [3-5] and the causes of the relative spectral immaturity of the surface [6].

Filacchione, G., et al. (2012). "Saturn's icy satellites and rings investigated by Cassini-VIMS: III - Radial compositional variability." Icarus 220(2): 1064-1096.
    In the last few years Cassini-VIMS, the Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, returned to us a comprehensive view of the Saturn's icy satellites and rings. After having analyzed the satellites' spectral properties (Filacchione, G., Capaccioni, F., McCord, T.B., Coradini, A., Cerroni, P., Bellucci, G., Tosi, F., D'Aversa, E., Formisano, V., Brown, R.H., Baines, K.H., Bibring, J.P., Buratti, B.J., Clark, R.N., Combes, M., Cruikshank, D.P., Drossart, P., Jaumann, R., Langevin, Y., Matson, D.L., Mennella, V., Nelson, R.M., Nicholson, P.D., Sicardy, B., Sotin, C., Hansen, G., Hibbitts, K., Showalter, M., Newman, S. [2007]. Icarus 186, 259-290, paper I) and their distribution across the satellites' hemispheres (Filacchione, G., Capaccioni, F., Clark, R.N., Cuzzi, J.N., Cruikshank, D.P., Coradini, A., Cerroni, P., Nicholson, P.D., McCord, T.B., Brown, R.H., Buratti, B.J., Tosi, F., Nelson, R.M., Jaumann, R., Stephan, K. [2010]. Icarus 206, 507-523, paper II), we proceed in this paper to investigate the radial variability of icy satellites (principal and minor) and main rings average spectral properties. This analysis is done by using 2264 disk-integrated observations of the satellites and a 12 × 700 pixels-wide rings radial mosaic acquired with a spatial resolution of about 125 km/pixel. Using different VIS and IR spectral indicators, e.g. spectral slopes and band depths, we perform a comparative analysis of these data aimed to measure the distribution of water ice and red contaminant materials across Saturn's system. The average surface regolith grain sizes are estimated with different indicators through comparison with laboratory and synthetic spectra. These measurements highlight very striking differences in the population here analyzed, which vary from the almost uncontaminated and water ice-rich surfaces of Enceladus and Calypso to the metal/organic-rich and red surfaces of Iapetus' leading hemisphere and Phoebe. Rings spectra appear more red than the icy satellites in the visible range but show more intense 1.5-2.0 μm band depths. Although their orbits are close to the F-ring, Prometheus and Pandora are different in surface composition: Prometheus in fact appears very water ice-rich but at the same time very red at VIS wavelengths. These properties make it very similar to A-B ring particles while Pandora is bluer. Moving outwards, we see the effects of E ring particles, generated by Enceladus plumes, which contaminate satellites surfaces from Mimas out to Rhea. We found some differences between Tethys lagrangian moons, Calypso being much more water ice-rich and bluer than Telesto. Among outer satellites (Hyperion, Iapetus and Phoebe) we observe a linear trend in both water ice decrease and in reddening, Hyperion being the reddest object of the population. The correlations among spectral slopes, band depths, visual albedo and phase permit us to cluster the saturnian population in different spectral classes which are detected not only among the principal satellites and rings but among co-orbital minor moons as well. These bodies are effectively the "connection" elements, both in term of composition and evolution, between the principal satellites and main rings. Finally, we have applied Hapke's theory to retrieve the best spectral fits to Saturn's inner regular satellites (from Mimas to Dione) using the same methodology applied previously for Rhea data discussed in Ciarniello et al. (Ciarniello, M., Capaccioni, F., Filacchione, G., Clark, R.N., Cruikshank, D.P., Cerroni, P., Coradini, A., Brown, R.H., Buratti, B.J., Tosi, F., Stephan, K. [2011]. Icarus 214, 541-555).

Gross, C., et al. (2012). Investigating the Pyllosilicate Bearing Micoud Crater in the Northern Plains of Mars. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hoogenboom, T., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-11 Pinaria Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Dawn entered orbit of the asteroid 4 Vesta in 7/2011, to characterize its geology, elemental and mineralogical composition, topography, shape, and internal structure. This abstract describes the results from mapping quadrangle Av-11.

Jaumann, R., et al. (2012). Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta: Locations and Geological Context. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Deposits of dark material (DM) appear on Vesta's surface as lower-albedo features in the visible wavelength. DM are distributed unevenly and are often associated with impact craters as outcrops in walls and mass-wasting deposits as well as ejecta.

Jaumann, R., et al. (2012). Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta: Locations and Geological Context. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Deposits of dark material appear (DM) on Vesta's surface as lower-albedo features in the visible wavelength framing camera (FC) images returned by the Dawn spacecraft [1,2]. According to its geomorphological context

Jaumann, R., et al. (2012). "Mapping Vesta: A Geological Overview." LPI Contributions 1667: 6124.
    Observations from the Dawn spacecraft enable derivation of Vesta's shape, facilitate mapping of the surface geology and provide the first evidence for Vesta's geological evolution.

Jaumann, R., et al. (2012). Mapping Vesta: A Geological Overview. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Geomorphology and distribution of surface features provide evidence for impact cratering, tectonic activity, regolith, and probable volcanic processes on Vesta. In general, Vesta's geology is more like the Moon and rocky planets than other asteroids.

Jaumann, R., et al. (2012). "Vesta's Shape and Morphology." Science 336(6082): 687-690.
    Vesta's surface is characterized by abundant impact craters, some with preserved ejecta blankets, large troughs extending around the equatorial region, enigmatic dark material, and widespread mass wasting, but as yet an absence of volcanic features. Abundant steep slopes indicate that impact-generated surface regolith is underlain by bedrock. Dawn observations confirm the large impact basin (Rheasilvia) at Vesta's south pole and reveal evidence for an earlier, underlying large basin (Veneneia). Vesta's geology displays morphological features characteristic of the Moon and terrestrial planets as well as those of other asteroids, underscoring Vesta's unique role as a transitional solar system body.

Kneissl, T., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-13 Tuccia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft is spending one year in orbit around asteroid 4Vesta to characterize its geology, chemical and mineralogical composition, topography, shape, and internal structure. The Dawn Team is conducting geological mapping of the surface in the form of one global and 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of Tuccia quadrangle Av-13. Mapping is based on a Framing Camera (FC) mosaic produced from High Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) data with a spatial resolution of ~70 m/pixel, supplemented by a Digital Terrain Model (DTM: lateral spacing of 450 m/pixel and vertical accuracy of ~30 meters), FC color images, and Visible and InfraRed (VIR) hyperspectral images. The Av-13 Quadrangle covers the region between 21°-66°S latitude and 180°-270°E longitude. It shows mainly three different terrains: Vestalia Terra located in the north of the quadrangle, the Equatorial Cratered Terrain, and the Ridge-and-Groove Terrain which is part of the Rheasilvia Formation. The Tuccia impact crater which names quadrangle Av-13 is located at 40°S and 197°E and has a diameter of about 16 km. The bright-rayed crater on its rim has a diameter of ~3.4 km. The crater Vibidia is located at 27.9°S and 220.3°E and has a diameter of ~7.5 km. It is a bright-rayed crater, which, however, also excavated dark material visible on the crater floor and at the eastern crater rim. Outcrops of dark material are also located at the eastern crater wall of a 25km-diameter crater at 30.0°S and 228.0°E. Another interesting crater is located at 60°S and 200°E on a steep slope on the Rheasilvia ridge-and-groove terrain. This crater has a diameter of approximately 15 km and shows a sharp, undegraded crater rim in the north and a highly degraded/mantled crater rim in the south. Proposed formation processes for this irregular crater rim are: ballistic ejecta coverage of the southern rim, incomplete formation of the rim, as well as mass-wasting processes like slumping and landslides. A definitive interpretation of this and other features in the Tuccia quadrangle requires the analysis of the higher spatial resolution FC and VIR data from the Low Altitude Mapping Orbit (LAMO), which is currently being acquired. Compositional differences in the Tuccia quadrangle have been analyzed using FC color-ratio images and VIR data. The FC color-ratio mosaic shows color differences at the two bright-rayed craters (Vibidia crater and the crater on the rim of Tuccia), at several small-scale occurrences of dark material, and the surroundings of the 15 km-diameter crater at 60°S and 200°E showing the irregular crater rim. The analysis of VIR data has concentrated on variations of the depths of the 1 µm and 2 µm absorption bands. Compositional differences detected in VIR data correlate well with color differences detected in FC color data.

Kneissl, T., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the AV-13 Tuccia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    This abstract reports results from the geological mapping of quadrangle Av-13, named Tuccia. We used Framing Camera (FC) monochrome and color data, Visible and InfraRed (VIR) hyperspectral data, and DTMs derived from stereo image data.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2012). Dark Material on Vesta: Synthesis and Interpretations from Dawn Observations. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Dark material on Vesta is interpreted to be one of only two endmember materials, when mixed in various proportions, that are needed to model most of Vesta’s surface. The material is likely from infall of carbonaceous chondrite material and from impact melt.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2012). Vesta Surface Dark Material Deposits from Dawn Observations: A Working Hypothesis for Origin and Processes. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    Observations from the Dawn spacecraft [1] revealed surface dark mate-rial deposits (DMD). Their geological context (small, well-defined and often associated with impact features) and basic compositional nature (pyroxene evidence everywhere but more subdued in DMD) is reported [2]. We synthe-size these reports and present a working hypothesis for explaining the origin of and processes affecting these DMD [3]. DMD are strongly influenced by impact mixing and gardening. Many DMD appear as chunks or layers out-cropping in crater walls, uncovered, broken and tossed about by the impact process. Some impacts have excavated DM and spread it as ejecta. There are also large regions of low-albedo surface material, often with indistinct boundaries, that appear to include DM [3]. These may be older and better mixed (DM into background material) than the smaller deposits, perhaps from a larger or more extensive event. We modeled VIR spectra of DMD to show that they all may represent intimate and/or macroscopic mixtures of only two endmember materials. Most or all regions on Vesta can be modeled as a linear mixture of a bright, pyroxene-rich soil and a darker material with varying reddish color [3]. The main hypotheses for DM origin, identified so far are: 1) low velocity infall from objects containing DM, 2) basalt flows, dikes or sills on/in Vesta that are disrupted and redistributed by impacts, and 3) impact melt from major cratering events. From the imagery, there is no conclusive evidence of basalt flows, and evidence of basaltic intrusions is equivocal. In addition, it is difficult to understand how a Vesta-like object could retain sufficient heat to create secondary melting and near-surface extrusion of lava late enough in Vesta's evolution that the flows or major pieces of them would survive the impact history. On the other hand, there is morphological evidence of impact melt deposits that appear darker on Vesta. This would be expected, given the apparent active impact history of Vesta, which must have included some higher-velocity impactors. Infall origin for some material also seems probable. Surely, dark material from carbonaceous chondrite (CC) objects, especially from the outer parts of the asteroid belt and from comets, must strike Vesta's surface and at lower-velocities than for, say, the Moon, resulting in preservation of major fractions of the impac-tor material. Further, the spectrum for the DMD endmember, derived above, is similar to that for CC material and for organic-rich material in the outer solar system in general. The infall explanation is also supported by certain howardite meteorites, breccias thought representative of the regolith of Vesta that contain clasts of carbonaceous chondrite material within a matrix of pyroxene-rich basaltic material [e.g., 4].

McCord, T. B., et al. (2012). Composition of a Comet Nucleus: Preparing for Rosetta Observations. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Knowledge about the specific components of a comet nucleus is limited. We review the current knowledge, explore additional inferred components, and show the detectability using the IR spectrometer, VIRTIS, on the Rosetta mission.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2012). "Dark Material on Vesta from Infall of Carbonaceous Volatile-Rich Material." Nature 491: 83-86.
    
Otto, K., et al. (2012). The Morphology and Albedo of Dark Material on Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    In this work we present the current state of dark material characterisation focussing on the morphology and relation of dark material distribution with other main features on Vesta, such as the prominent south pole impact craters. We include the information of digital terrain models (DTM) and photometrically corrected maps of Vesta and find that dark material is correlated to old impacts.

Palomba, E., et al. (2012). Dark Material Deposits on Vesta: composition and mineralogy. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    The albedo variability of the asteroid 4 Vesta has been recognised for many years but only recently was the Dawn mission able to identify specific regions of very low albedo on Vesta's surface. These regions contain "Dark Material Deposits" (DMD), and they are non-randomly distributed onto the surface and often are associated with specific geological features. Here we describe how we detected, catalogued and analysed the DMDs, using the VIR spectrometer and the Framing Camera (FC) observations. VIR is an imaging spectrometer that senses in the visible (0.25-1 microns) and the infrared (1-5 microns) spectral regions. By combining visible and infrared data, it is possible to discern DMDs from shadowed regions: shadowed areas appear dark in both spectral regions, while a DMD will appear warmer than the surroundings. In the catalogue developed from VIR data, two families of DMDs have been defined: very dark material and dark material. Dark material is considered detected if the following two conditions are both satisfied: visible I/F (@ 550-600 nm and Lommell corrected) lower than 85% of the average I/F (70% for the very dark material) and infrared I/F (@ 4.9-5.0 microns) higher than the average I/F. Applying these rules to the observations collected during the Survey orbit phase, (from an altitude of about 2700 km) led to the detection of 24 Dark Material Deposits. The analysis of the FC images enabled most of the DMDs to be identified with geologic structures.. The majority of these are related to impact features (i.e. craters and/or ejecta). Only in four cases the Dark Material Deposits are associated with soil movements and mass wasting. A smaller group is not associated with geological/morphological features. The general spectral behaviour of the DMDs is very close to the average Vestan material, with the presence of the two prominent pyroxene bands, centered at 0.9 microns (BI) and 1.9 microns (BII) and a lower visible albedo. The BI and BII band depths are 10-20% shallower than the Vesta average. The band center values also show little variation. This behaviour suggests that the DMDs composition is similar to the Vestan average material, with a moderate darkening agent. The most variable spectral parameter is Band Area Ratio (BAR), which decreases down to 50% of the Vestan average value. These low BAR values are compatible with either an impact shock or space weathering.

Palomba, E., et al. (2012). Composition and Mineralogy of Dark Material Deposits on Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Unusual regions of very low albedo (DMD) on Vesta’s surface were discovered by the Dawn mission.We present a catalogue of DMD detected by combining visible and IR images taken by the VIR instrument. We discuss their spectral behavior and composition.

Palomba, E., et al. (2012). Search for olivine spectral signatures on the surface of Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    The occurrence of olivines on Vesta were first postulated from traditional petrogenetic models which suggest the formation of olivine as lower crustal cumulates. An indirect confirmation is given by their presence as a minor component in some samples of diogenite meteorites, the harzburgitic diogenites and the dunitic diogenites, and as olivine mineral clasts in howardites. Another indication for this mineral was given by interpretations of ground-based and Hubble Space Telescope observations that suggested the presence of local olivine-bearing units on the surface of Vesta. The VIR instrument onboard the DAWN mission has been mapping Vesta since July 2011. VIR acquired hyperspectral images of Vesta's surface in the wavelength range from 0.25 to 5.1 µm during Approach, Survey and High Altitude Mapping (HAMO) orbits that allowed a 2/3 of the entire asteroid surface to be mapped. The VIR operative spectral interval, resolution and coverage is suitable for the detection and mapping of any olivine rich regions that may occur on the Vesta surface. The abundance of olivine in diogenites is typically lower than 10% but some samples richer in olivine are known. However, we do not expect to have extensive exposures of olivine-rich material on Vesta. Moreover, the partial overlap of olivine and pyroxene spectral signatures will make olivine difficult to detect. Different spectral parameters have been used to map olivine on extraterrestrial bodies, and here we discuss the different approaches used, and develop new ones specifically for Vesta. Our new methods are based on combinations of the spectral parameters relative to the 1 and 2 micron bands (the most prominent spectral features of Vesta surface in the visible and the infrared), such as band center locations, band depths, band areas, band area ratios. Before the direct application to the VIR data, the efficiency of each approach is evaluated by means of analysis of laboratory spectra of HED meteorites, pyroxenes, olivines and their mixtures.

Pieters, C. M., et al. (2012). "Distinctive space weathering on Vesta from regolith mixing processes." Nature 491(7422): 79-82.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2012). The Space Weathering Environment at Vesta. European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain.
    The space environment at Vesta contains elements that both create a surface regolith and alter its properties with time. Unlike the Moon and several Stype asteroids, however, the optical properties of the regolith of Vesta appear to be dominated by gardening and mixing processes (potentially including exotic/foreign materials) instead of processes that result in an accumulation of optically sensitive rims or coatings on regolith grains.

Pieters, C. M., et al. (2012). Space Weathering on 4 Vesta: Processes and Products. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    The presence of space weathering processes are evident at Vesta, but the character and form are controlled by the unique environment and geologic history of this small body.

Ralf, J., et al. (2012). Vesta: A Geological Overview. AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts.
    The Dawn spacecraft has collected over 28,000 images and a wealth of spectral data providing nearly complete coverage of Vesta’s surface with multiple views. These data enable analysis of Vesta’s diverse geology including impact craters of all sizes and unusual shapes, a variety of ejecta blankets, large troughs extending around the equatorial region, impact basins, enigmatic dark material, and considerable evidence for mass wasting and surface alteration features (1). Two large impact basins, Veneneia (400km) underlying the larger Rheasilvia basin (500km) dominate the south pole (1,2). Rheasilvia exhibits a huge central peak, with total relief of -22km to 19km, and steep scarps with mass wasting features. Vesta’s global tectonic patterns (two distinct sets of large troughs almost parallel to the equator) strongly correlate with the locations of the two south polar impact basins, and were likely created by their formation (1,3). Numerous unusual asymmetric impact craters and ejecta indicate the strong role of topographic slope in cratering processes on Vesta (1). Such very steep topographic slopes are near to the angle of repose; slope failures make resurfacing due to impacts and their associated gravitational slumping and seismic effects an important geologic process on Vesta (1). Outcrops in crater walls indicate reworked crustal material and impact melt in combination with clusters of pits that show thermal surface processes (4). Relatively dark material of still unknown origin is intermixed in the regolith layers and partially excavated by younger impacts yielding dark outcrops, rays and ejecta (1,5). Finally, Vesta’s surface is younger than expected (6). (1) Jaumann, et al., 2012, Science 336, 687-690; (2) Schenk et al., 2012, Science 336, 964-967; (3) Buczkowski, et al., 2012, GRL, submitted; (4) Denevi, et al., 2012, Science, submitted; (5) McCord, et al., 2012, Nature, submitted; (6) Marchi, et al., 2012, Science 336, 690-694.

Reddy, V., et al. (2012). Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta Using Dawn Framing Camera. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We report first results from the origin and nature of enigmatic dark material on Vesta as observed by the Dawn Framing Camera. Laboratory spectral analysis of meteorites is used to pinpoint the source of this dark material on Vesta.

Reddy, V., et al. (2012). Origin of Dark Material on Vesta from Dawn FC Data: Remnant Carbonaceous Chondrite Impactors. 75th Annual Meeting of the Meteorical Society, Cairns, Australia.
    NASA Dawn spacecraft entered orbit around asteroid Vesta in July 2011. We report that the dark material on Vesta is remnant carbonaceous chondrite impactor those found in howardites.

Reddy, V., et al. (2012). "Delivery of dark material to Vesta via carbonaceous chondritic impacts." Icarus 221(2): 544-559.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft observations of Asteroid (4) Vesta reveal a surface with the highest albedo and color variation of any asteroid we have observed so far. Terrains rich in low albedo dark material (DM) have been identified using Dawn Framing Camera (FC) 0.75 μm filter images in several geologic settings: associated with impact craters (in the ejecta blanket material and/or on the crater walls and rims); as flow-like deposits or rays commonly associated with topographic highs; and as dark spots (likely secondary impacts) nearby impact craters. This

Russell, C. T., et al. (2012). Dawn at Vesta: Paradigm Based on HED Meteorites Confirmed but Surprises Abound. 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Mysore, India.
    Dawn slipped into Vesta orbit on July 16, 2011, and began its orbital mapping of this most ancient intact body in the solar system. The geochemistry of the HED meteorites had predicted much about Vesta based on the similarity of its reflectance spectrum to that of the meteorites. The predictions were correct. Vesta is differentiated, and it has a basaltic crust with a deep regolith. It has southern basins that are large enough to have produced the Vestoids and the HEDs. Higher diogenite concentration in the Rheasilvia basin further supports the HED paradigm. However, not all was predicted prior to arrival. Unexpected were the troughs encircling Vesta near the equator that were clearly associated with the southern impacts; the high relief of the surface; the giant mountain, forming the central peak of the central southern impact basin; striking color and composition variations on a regional scale; and the dark and bright material on the surface. Vesta has recorded a detailed collisional history of the main belt and is changing many of our earlier ideas of how the Solar System formed and evolved. In general, Vesta is a transitional body more like the moon and rocky planets than other asteroids and will be a rich source of scientific investigation for years to come.

Schenk, P., et al. (2012). Mega-Impacts into Planetary Bodies: Global Effects of the Giant Rheasilvia Impact Basin on Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Vesta has been hammered by large impacts, including two large (400-500 km) basins at the South Pole, the largest basins in proportion to target radius so far seen in the solar system. Here we examine the global effects of impacts at planetary scales.

Schenk, P., et al. (2012). "The Geologically Recent Giant Impact Basins at Vesta's South Pole." Science 336(6082): 694-697.
    Dawn's global mapping of Vesta reveals that its observed south polar depression is composed of two overlapping giant impact features. These large basins provide exceptional windows into impact processes at planetary scales. The youngest, Rheasilvia, is 500 kilometers wide and 19 kilometers deep and finds its nearest morphologic analog among large basins on low-gravity icy satellites. Extensive ejecta deposits occur, but impact melt volume is low, exposing an unusual spiral fracture pattern that is likely related to faulting during uplift and convergence of the basin floor. Rheasilvia obliterated half of another 400-kilometer-wide impact basin, Veneneia. Both basins are unexpectedly young, roughly 1 to 2 billion years, and their formation substantially reset Vestan geology and excavated sufficient volumes of older compositionally heterogeneous crustal material to have created the Vestoids and howardite-eucrite-diogenite meteorites.

Starukhina, L. V. and T. B. McCord (2012). Asteroid Shielding from Solar Wind: Calculation of the Parameters of Magnetospheres. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    The magnetic field required to protect asteroids from solar wind is calculated as a function of asteroid diameter and heliocentric distance. For asteroid protection, moderate values of dipole magnetic moments and fields on the surfaces are sufficient.

Titus, T. N., et al. (2012). Comparison of Observed Surface Temperatures of 4 Vesta to the KRC Thermal Model. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    In this work, we will compare observed temperatures of the surface of Vesta using data acquired by the Dawn Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIR-MS) during the approach phase to model results from the KRC thermal model.

Tosi, F., et al. (2012). Thermal Properties Of Unusual Local-scale Features On Vesta. AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts.
    On Vesta, the thermal behavior of areas of unusual albedo seen at the local scale can be related to physical properties that can provide information about the origin of those materials. We used Dawn’s Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIR) hyperspectral cubes to retrieve surface temperatures and emissivities, with high accuracy as long as temperatures are greater than 180 K. Data acquired in the Survey phase (23 July through 29 August 2011) show several unusual surface features: 1) high-albedo (bright) and low-albedo (dark) material deposits, 2) spectrally distinct ejecta and ‘pitted’ materials, 3) regions suggesting finer-grained materials. Some of the unusual dark and bright features were re-observed by VIR in the subsequent High-Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) and Low-Altitude Mapping Orbit (LAMO) phases at increased pixel resolution. In this work we present temperature maps and emissivities of several local-scale features that were observed by Dawn under different illumination conditions and different local solar times. Data from VIR's IR channel show that bright regions generally correspond to regions with lower thermal emission, i.e. lower temperature, while dark regions correspond to areas with higher thermal emission, i.e. higher temperature. This behavior confirms that many of the dark appearances in the VIS mainly reflect albedo variations, and not, for example, shadowing. During maximum daily insolation, dark features in the equatorial region may rise to temperatures greater than 270 K, while brightest features stop at roughly 258 K, local solar time being similar. However, ‘pitted’ materials, showing relatively low reflectance, have significantly lower temperatures, as a result of differences in composition and/or structure (e.g, average grain size of the surface regolith, porosity, etc.). To complement this work, we provide preliminary values of thermal inertia for some bright and dark features.

Tosi, F., et al. (2012). Temperature and emissivity of local-scale features on Vesta. 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Mysore, India.
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Tosi, F., et al. (2012). Analysis of Temperature Maps of Selected Dawn Data over the Surface of Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    In this work, we present temperature maps of several unusual local-scale features that were observed by Dawn's Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer under different illumination conditions and different local solar times.

Tosi, F., et al. (2012). Thermal behaviour of unusual local-scale surface features on Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    On Vesta, the region of the infrared spectrum beyond Ëœ3.5 μm is dominated by the thermal emission of the asteroid's surface, which can be used to determine surface temperature by means of temperature-retrieval algorithms. The thermal behavior of areas of unusual albedo seen at the local scale can be related to physical properties that can provide information about the origin of those materials. Dawn's Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIR) hyperspectral cubes are used to retrieve surface temperatures, with high accuracy as long as temperatures are greater than Ëœ180 K. Data acquired in the Survey phase (23 July through 29 August 2011) show several unusual surface features: 1) high-albedo (bright) and low-albedo (dark) material deposits, 2) spectrally distinct ejecta, 3) regions suggesting finer-grained materials. Some of the unusual dark and bright features were re-observed by VIR in the subsequent High-Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) and Low-Altitude Mapping Orbit (LAMO) phases at increased pixel resolution. To calculate surface temperatures, we applied a Bayesian approach to nonlinear inversion based on the Kirchhoff law and the Planck function. These results were cross-checked through application of alternative methods. Here we present temperature maps of several local-scale features that were observed by Dawn under different illumination conditions and different local solar times. Some bright terrains have an overall albedo in the visible as much as 40% brighter than surrounding areas. Data from the IR channel of VIR show that bright regions generally correspond to regions with lower thermal emission, i.e. lower temperature, while dark regions correspond to areas with higher thermal emission, i.e. higher temperature. This behavior confirms that many of the dark appearances in the VIS mainly reflect albedo variations. In particular, it is shown that during maximum daily insolation, dark features in the equatorial region may rise to temperatures greater than 270 K. However, individual features may show different thermal behaviours, as a result of differences in composition and/or structure (e.g, average grain size of the surface regolith, porosity, etc.). To complement the temperature and near-infrared emissivity derived from the infrared spectra, a separate work is devoted to calculate thermal inertia and other thermal properties using theoretical models which solve the heat equation for airless bodies, and model the distribution of temperatures due to surface roughness variations.

Veeder, G. J., et al. (2012). Distribution of Io's Volcanic Thermal Emission from Galileo and Ground-based Data. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Williams, B. G., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Williams, D. A., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. EGU 2012 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft is spending one year in orbit of asteroid 4Vesta to characterize its geology, chemical and mineralogical composition, topography, shape, and internal structure. The Dawn Team is conducting geological mapping of the surface in the form of 15 quadrangle maps, and here we report results from the mapping of Marcia quadrangle Av-8. Mapping is based on a Framing Camera (FC) mosaic produced from High Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) data with a spatial resolution of ~70 m/pixel, supplemented by a Digital Terrain Model (DTM: lateral spacing of 450 m/pixel and vertical accuracy of ~30 meters), FC color images, and Visible and InfraRed (VIR) hyperspectral images. Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle covers 144Ëš-216ËšE longitude and ±21Ëš latitude in the equatorial region of Vesta. This quadrangle is dominated by the 'Snowman' crater region, which is a low-albedo ejecta field containing impact craters Marcia, (68 km by 58 km), Calpurnia (54 km by 52 km), and Minucia (26 km by 23 km). A hill with a dark-rayed crater, named Aricia Tholus, is 42.5 km by 28 km. This quadrangle has all three of the dominant terrains found on Vesta: A heavily-cratered northern terrain with ancient troughs and grooves, an intermediately-cratered equatorial terrain bearing prominent flat-floored, E-W-trending troughs, and the relatively lightly-cratered south polar region, containing the Rheasilvia impact basin and related terrains. The low albedo ejecta field derived from the 'Snowman' craters, which we call Dark Crater Ejecta Material, mantles underlying older terrains. It has an obvious lower abundance of impact craters, indicative of a relatively younger age. A dark-rayed crater, occurring at ~14ËšN, 180Ëš, excavates a darker unit from underneath the brighter ejecta. Images from the Low Altitude Mapping Orbit (LAMO) show dark materials exposed in the rim of crater Marcia, suggesting basaltic flows or intrusions underlie the ejecta. Bright and Dark Lobate Materials also occur in this quad, and appear to be associated with impact or gradational processes (rotational slumps and landslides). Aricia Tholus was initially suggested as a potential volcano. It has been sculpted by impact craters, and there is no unequivocal evidence of extrusive volcanic materials, which suggests that it may represent a dike or intrusion that is being exposed by impact cratering. Both FC color ratio images and VIR images show compositional variations within the Marcia quadrangle. VIR data show strong 1 mm and 2 mm absorptions exposed within the walls and floor of impact crater Marcia, suggesting excavation of pyroxene-rich material and/or variations in particle sizes. FC color ratio images using approximations of Clementine ratios [Red (750/430 nm); Green (750/920 nm); Blue (430/750 nm)] show color differences in the floors of Marcia and Calpurnia, the distinctiveness of the eastern side of the 'Snowman' ejecta field from its western side, the dark-rayed craters at ~14ËšN, 180Ëš and on Aricia Tholus, and an unusual orange diffuse deposit surrounding an unnamed crater on the western side of the quadrangle. Further study is underway to investigate the significance of these color variations.

Young, B. L., et al. (2012). Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bleacher, J. E., et al. (2011). Mapping Vesta's Northern Quadrangle V-4NFW: Local and Regional Stratigraphy. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft arrived at the asteroid 4Vesta on July 15, 2011, and is now collecting imaging, spectroscopic, elemental abundance and radio science data during its one-year orbital mission. As part of the geological analysis of the surface, a series of 15 quadrangle maps are being produced based on multispectral Framing Camera images (FC: spatial resolution ~65 m/pixel in seven filters 430-980 nm) along with Visible and InfraRed imaging spectrometer data (VIR: spatial resolution ~180 m/pixel, ~250-5000 nm) obtained during the High-Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO). This poster presentation reports on our geologic analysis and mapping of quadrangle V-4NFW. This quadrangle is dominated by heavily cratered terrain. Some impact craters appear to have dark ejecta blankets. Mapping will be aimed at determining whether the dark material was excavated from depth or was present on the surface in which the craters formed, and the relationship of the dark materials here to those found elsewhere on Vesta. The authors acknowledge the support of the Dawn Science, Instrument and Operations Teams.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2011). The Thermal Inertia of Vesta's Surface. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    Launched in 2007, the Dawn spacecraft is now orbiting Vesta. One of the onboard instruments is VIR, a visible and infrared mapping spectrometer devoted to the study of the mineralogical composition and thermophysical properties of Vesta's surface. The instrument performs imaging spectroscopy in the range from the near-UV through the IR (0.25-5 micron). VIR infrared spectra in the range longward of 3.5 micron are affected by thermal emission from the asteroid. Hence the measured radiance in that spectral region can be used to retrieve surface temperatures and spectral emissivities by means of temperature-retrieval algorithms, with the goal of obtaining spatially-resolved temperature maps of the surface. The temperature of a surface, and in particular its variation with respect to illumination conditions, contain information on the thermal inertia (and other thermal properties) of the materials composing this surface. The VIR spectrometer is sensitive only to temperatures greater than 170-180 K. For this reason, only dayside temperatures of Vesta can be determined. While the derivation of thermal inertia would optimally involve the measurement of nighttime temperatures and as many local solar times as possible, VIR observations are sufficient to constrain this property. Theoretical codes computing surface and subsurface temperatures under a range of different assumptions and conditions are used to reproduce the IR radiances observed, and the thermal inertia and spectral emissivities thereby determined are assumed to correspond to reality. These thermal properties, together with compositional information, allow us to compare and contrast the nature and physical status of the different regions of Vesta's surface. The thermal inertia values obtained using the data acquired during the Approach phase and Survey orbits will be presented and their implications discussed at the time of the meeting.

Capria, M. T., et al. (2011). Vesta's temperature: first results from Dawn's survey orbit. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    The presentation will cover the first results of the VIR spectrometer as far as regards the determination of Vesta surface temperature, and the hints that can be derived from these measurements on the physical properties of the materials forming this surface.

Cheek, L. C., et al. (2011). "Goldschmidt crater and the Moon's north polar region: Results from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3)." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 116: E00G02, 15 pp.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2011). Mapping Water and Hydroxyl on the Moon as Seen by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3). A Wet vs. Dry Moon: Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J. P., et al. (2011). Imaging spectrometry of meteorites to support interpretation of Dawn observations of Vesta. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    In order to support interpretation of the first observations of Vesta by Dawn, we have measured reflectance spectral images of Vestan meteorites (howardite, eucrite, diogenite) with an imaging spectrometer at the LPG in Nantes. We report on the first results of this analysis.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2011). Spectral Thermal Emission of the Lunar Surface: Implications for Mapping of the Surficial Volatiles and Monitoring Variations with Time of Day. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2011). Imaging Spectrometry of Meteorite Samples Relevant to Vesta and the Moon. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2011). Lunar Mapping of Volatiles: A Challenging Problem. A Wet vs. Dry Moon Workshop, Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2011). Mapping of lunar volatiles with Moon Mineralogy Mapper spectra: A challenge due to thermal emission. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    Removal of the thermal emission contribution to lunar surface reflectance spectra measurements by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper is critical for characterizing the surface composition. We use a surface roughness-based thermal emission model in order to correct M3 spectra and to monitor time of day variations of the 3-μm absorption band.

Coradini, A., et al. (2011). "The Surface Composition and Temperature of Asteroid 21 Lutetia As Observed by Rosetta/VIRTIS." Science 334(6055): 492-494.
    The Visible, InfraRed, and Thermal Imaging Spectrometer (VIRTIS) on Rosetta obtained hyperspectral images, spectral reflectance maps, and temperature maps of the asteroid 21 Lutetia. No absorption features, of either silicates or hydrated minerals, have been detected across the observed area in the spectral range from 0.4 to 3.5 micrometers. The surface temperature reaches a maximum value of 245 kelvin and correlates well with topographic features. The thermal inertia is in the range from 20 to 30 joules meter-2 kelvin-1 second-0.5, comparable to a lunarlike powdery regolith. Spectral signatures of surface alteration, resulting from space weathering, seem to be missing. Lutetia is likely a remnant of the primordial planetesimal population, unaltered by differentiation processes and composed of chondritic materials of enstatitic or carbonaceous origin, dominated by iron-poor minerals that have not suffered aqueous alteration.

De Sanctis, M. C., et al. (2011). Vesta surface mineralogy: Global and regional properties. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    The Dawn spacecraft is mapping Vesta's surface composition with VIR, the visible and infrared mapping spectrometer devoted to the study of the mineralogy and thermophysical properties of Vesta. The instrument performs imaging spectroscopy in the range from the near-UV through the

Green, R. O., et al. (2011). "The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) imaging spectrometer for lunar science: Instrument description, calibration, on-orbit measurements, science data calibration and on-orbit validation." Journal of Geophysical Research 116.
    
Gross, C., et al. (2011). Investigation on a Phyllosilicate-bearing Crater in the Northern Plains of Mars. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2011). Geoscientific Mapping of Vesta by the DAWN Mission. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2011). Mapping Vesta: First Results from Dawn's Survey Orbit. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    The geologic objectives of the Dawn Mission [1] are to derive Vesta's shape, map the surface geology, understand the geological context and contribute to the determination of the asteroids' origin and evolution. Geomorphology and distribution of surface features will provide evidence for impact cratering, tectonic activity, volcanism, and regolith processes. Spectral measurements of the surface will provide evidence of the compositional characteristics of geological units. Age information, as derived from crater sizefrequency distributions, provides the stratigraphic context for the structural and compositional mapping results, thus revealing the geologic history of Vesta. We present here the first results of the Dawn mission from data collected during the approach to Vesta, and its first discrete orbit phase - the Survey Orbit, which lasts 21 days after the spacecraft had established a circular polar orbit at a radius of ~3000 km with a beta angle of 10°-15°.

Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2011). "M3 spectral analysis of lunar swirls and the link between optical maturation and surface hydroxyl formation at magnetic anomalies." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 116(E00G18): 20 pp.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2011). "Newer Views of the Moon: Comparing Spectra from Clementine and the Moon Mineralogy Mapper." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 116: E00G04, 11 pp.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2011). "Characterization of lunar swirls at Mare Ingenii: A model for space weathering at magnetic anomalies." Journal of Geophysical Research 116(E04008).
    Analysis of spectra from the Clementine ultraviolet-visible and near-infrared cameras of small, immature craters and surface soils both on and adjacent to the lunar swirls at Mare Ingenii has yielded the following conclusions about space weathering at a magnetic anomaly. (1) Despite having spectral characteristics of immaturity, the lunar swirls are not freshly exposed surfaces. (2) The swirl surfaces are regions of retarded weathering, while immediately adjacent regions experience accelerated weathering. (3) Weathering in the off-swirl regions darkens and flattens the spectrum with little to no reddening, which suggests that the production of larger (>40 nm) nanophase iron dominates in these locations as a result of charged particle sorting by the magnetic field. Preliminary analysis of two other lunar swirl regions, Reiner Gamma and Mare Marginis, is consistent with our observations at Mare Ingenii. Our results indicate that sputtering/vapor deposition, implanted solar wind hydrogen, and agglutination share responsibility for creating the range in npFe0 particle sizes responsible for the spectral effects of space weathering.
Received 1 June 2010; revised 10 January 2011; accepted 4 February 2011; published 22 April 2011.

Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2011). Analysis of Schrodinger Basin Using Moon Mineralogy Mapper Spectra. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. C. Castillo-Rogez (2011). "Studying Silicate-Ice Bodies in the Solar System." EOS Trans. AGU 92(8): 66.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2011). "Ceres: Its Origin, Evolution and Structure and Dawn's Potential Contribution." Space Science Reviews 163(1-4): 63-76.
    
McCord, T. B. and J.-P. Combe (2011). OH and Water on Vesta? 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B. and J.-P. Combe (2011). Relationships of Widespread OH presence in the Lunar Surface Materials with Lunar Physical Properties. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2011). Water and other Volatiles on Vesta after the Lunar Case. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2011). Water on Vesta: First Results from Dawn's Survey Orbit. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    For over a decade, and especially since 2009, hydrogen, hydroxyl and water have been reported to exist on and beneath the surface of the Moon, in spite of early studies of returned lunar samples indicating a dry Moon. Vesta is a similar object to the Moon in the inner Solar System. The Dawn mission in orbit around Vesta since summer 2011 is searching for these molecules. We report on the initial findings and their implications.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2011). "Sources and physical processes responsible for OH/H2O in the lunar soil as revealed by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3)." Journal of Geophysical Research 116: E00G05.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2011). "Mg-Spinel Lithology: A New Rock-type on the Lunar Farside." Journal of Geophysical Research 116: E00G08.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2011). "Surface Composition of Vesta: Issues and Integrated Approach." Space Science Reviews 163(1-4): 117-139.
    
Prettyman, T., et al. (2011). Dawn maps the surface composition of Vesta. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    By 7-October-2011, the Dawn mission will have completed Survey orbit and commenced high altitude mapping of 4Vesta. We present a preliminary analysis of data acquired by Dawn's Framing Camera (FC) and the Visual and InfraRed Spectrometer (VIR) to map mineralogy and surface temperature, and to detect and quantify surficial OH. The radiometric calibration of VIR and FC is described. Background counting data acquired by GRaND are used to determine elemental detection limits from measurements at low altitude, which will commence in November. Geochemical models used in the interpretation of the data are described. Thermal properties, mineral-, and geochemical-data are combined to provide constraints on Vesta's formation and thermal evolution, the delivery of exogenic materials, space weathering processes, and the origin of the howardite, eucrite, and diogenite (HED) meteorites.

Reddy, V., et al. (2011). 4 Vesta in Color: High Resolution Mapping from Dawn Framing Camera Images. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    Rotational surface variations on asteroid 4 Vesta have been known from ground-based and HST observations, and they have been interpreted as evidence of compositional diversity. NASA's Dawn mission entered orbit around Vesta on July 16, 2011 for a yearlong global characterization. The framing cameras (FC) onboard the Dawn spacecraft will image the asteroid in one clear (broad) and seven narrow band filters covering the wavelength range between 0.4-1.0 μm. We present color mapping results from the Dawn FC observations of Vesta obtained during Survey orbit (~3000 km) and High-Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO) (~950 km). Our aim is to create global color maps of Vesta using multi spectral FC images to identify the spatial extent of compositional units and link them with other available data sets to extract the basic mineralogy. While the VIR spectrometer onboard Dawn has higher spectral resolution (864 channels) allowing precise mineralogical assessment of Vesta's surface, the FC has three times higher spatial resolution in any given orbital phase. In an effort to extract maximum information from FC data we have developed algorithms using laboratory spectra of pyroxenes and HED meteorites to derive parameters associated with the 1-micron absorption band wing. These parameters will help map the global distribution of compositionally related units on Vesta's surface. Interpretation of these units will involve the integration of FC and VIR data.

Taffin, C., et al. (2011). Temperature, grain size and CO2-clathrate-hydrates mas of Enceladus and Dione. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    
Taffin, C., et al. (2011). Carbon dioxide clathrate hydrates at the surface of icy satellites Phoebe and Europa suggested by VIMS and NIMS reflectance spectra. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    Near IR spectra of carbon dioxide clathrate hydrates have been obtained in the laboratory and are used to study the surfaces of Phoebe and Europa using Cassini and Galileo mission data, respectively. Spectral features of CO2 clathrates hydrates may be found on icy moons surfaces and we are exploring for their presents and determining their detectivity.

Tosi, F., et al. (2011). Vesta's temperature: First results from Dawn's Survey Orbits. AGU Fall Meeting 2011.
    VIR infrared spectra in the range longward of 3.5 μm are affected by the thermal emission of the asteroid, hence the measured radiance in that spectral region can be used to determine surface temperatures and spectral emissivities by means of temperature-retrieval algorithms. Our goal is to generate spatially-resolved temperature maps of the surface. The retrieval of surface temperature through the radiance emerging from the surface of an airless body: I(λ) = r(λ)F(λ) + É›(λ)B(λ,Tsurf) represents an ill-posed problem since the number of unknowns (N+1, i.e. N emissivities of as many spectral channels, plus the surface temperature) is greater than the number of measurements (N radiances at the N sampling channels). In the most common approach, the emissivity and the surface temperature are not retrieved simultaneously: rather, an extrapolation of the apparent reflectance of the spectral continuum is first performed, then the emissivity is set to 1 and a temperature is estimated at a given wavelength along with a reflectance. At this point, the Kirchhoff's law: r(λ) = 1 - É›(λ) is used to retrieve the emissivity, hence a second estimate of the temperature can be done. In the context of our interest, a Bayesian approach offers an alternative way to compute surface temperatures, and to include the a-priori hypothesis in the solution. In this case, spectral emissivity and temperature providing the best fit with the measured spectral radiance within the instrumental error are iteratively and simultaneously computed in a cycle, until convergence around stable values is achieved. Spectral reflectance is finally obtained as: r(λ) = 1 - É›(λ). Due to instrumental constraints, the VIR spectrometer is sensitive only to temperatures greater than 170-180 K (hence only dayside temperatures of Vesta can be retrieved). Here we will present the first temperature maps of the surface of Vesta obtained during the Approach phase and Survey orbits. The maps are computed under different illumination conditions (local solar times). In order to complement the thermal information derived from the infrared spectra, theoretical codes solving the heat equation for airless bodies are needed, as well as modeling a distribution of temperatures due to surface roughness. These codes will help us in the determination of the surface thermal inertia and thermal properties compatible with the measured temperatures. Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the support of the Dawn Science, Instrument and Operations Teams. This research is supported by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and by the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF).

Wendt, L., et al. (2011). Mineralogy and Stratigraphy of Sulfates and Ferric Oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars. 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2011). Mineralogy and Stratigraphy of Light Toned Deposits in Ophir Chasma, Mars. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France.
    We studied the mineralogy, geomorphology and layering attitude of Light Toned Deposits (LTD) in Ophir Chasma, Mars, using visible and short wave infrared data (SWIR) from the imaging spectrometers OMEGA and CRISM together with panchromatic and color imagery, digital elevation models and anaglyphs from HRSC, Themis, CTX, MOC and HiRISE. Previous investigations of the light-toned deposits (LTD) in Valles Marineris on the regional scale based SWIR data from OMEGA or CRISM include [1,2]. Thermal infrared data from TES [3] was used by [4]. LTDs in other chasms have been investigated in detail by [5-12].

Wendt, L., et al. (2011). "Sulfates and iron oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars, based on OMEGA and CRISM observations." Icarus 213(1): 86-103.
    We investigate the sulfate and iron oxide deposits in Ophir Chasma, Mars, based on short-wave infrared data from the Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars - CRISM and from the Observatoire pour la Minaralogie, la Eau, les Glaces et la Activité - OMEGA. Sulfates are detected mainly in two locations. In the valley between Ophir Mensa and the southern wall of Ophir Chasma, kieserite is found both within the slope of Ophir Mensa, and superposed on the basaltic wall of the chasm. Here, kieserite is unconformably overlain by polyhydrated sulfate deposits and iron oxides. Locally, jarosite and unidentified phases with absorptions at 2.21 μm or 2.23 μm are detected, which could be mixtures of jarosite and amorphous silica or other poorly crystalline phases.The second large sulfate-rich outcrop is found on the floor of the central valley. Although the same minerals are found here, polyhydrated sulfates, kieserite, iron oxides, and locally a possibly jarosite-bearing phase, this deposit is very distinct. It is not layered, almost horizontal, and located at a much lower elevation of below -4250 m. Kieserite superposes polyhydrated sulfate-rich deposits, and iron oxides form lags.The facies of sulfate formation remains unclear, and could be different for the two locations. A formation in a lake, playa or under a glacier is consistent with the mineralogy of the central valley and its flat, low-lying topography. This is not conceivable for the kieserite deposits observed south of Ophir Mensa. These deposits are observed over several thousands of meters of elevation, which would require a standing body of water several thousands of meters deep. This would have lead to much more pervasive sulfate deposits than observed. These deposits are therefore more consistent with evaporation of groundwater infiltrating into previously sulfate-free light-toned deposits. The overlying polyhydrated sulfates and other mineral phases are observed in outcrops on ridges along the slopes of the southern chasm wall, which are too exposed to be reached by groundwater. Here, a water supply from the atmosphere by rain, snow, fog or frost is more conceivable.

Williams, D. A., et al. (2011). Mapping Vesta Equatorial Quadrangle V-10EW: Identification of Dark (Volcanic?) Features. AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA.
    NASA's Dawn spacecraft arrived at the asteroid 4Vesta on July 15, 2011, and is now collecting imaging, spectroscopic, and elemental abundance data during its one-year orbital mission. As part of the geological analysis of the surface, a series of 15 quadrangle maps are being produced based on Framing Camera images (FC: spatial resolution: ~65 m/pixel) along with Visible & Infrared Spectrometer data (VIR: spatial resolution: ~180 m/pixel) obtained during the High-Altitude Mapping Orbit (HAMO). This poster presentation concentrates on our geologic analysis and mapping of quadrangle V-10EW. This quadrangle, located between ±22 degrees and 288-360 degrees E, is dominated by three adjacent large impact craters, whose bright ejecta partially cover a dark terrain reminiscent of buried lunar basaltic material. We are using FC stereo and VIR spectroscopic data to assess whether the dark terrain consists of ancient basaltic material versus other possibilities (e.g., remains of a carbonaceous meteorite, basaltic ejecta, etc.). This quadrangle also contains an enigmatic positive-relief edifice with a central depression and adjacent field of dark material; possible hypotheses for origin of the edifice include the remains of an ancient volcano, a mountain cover by dark ejecta, heavily cratered landscape, or other possibilities. Acknowledgement: The authors acknowledge the support of the Dawn Science, Instrument and Operations Teams.

Boardman, J. W., et al. (2010). A New Lunar Globe as Seen by the Moon Minerology Mapper: Image Coverage, Spectral Dimensionality and Statistical Anomalies. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Castillo-Rogez, J. C. and T. B. McCord (2010). "Ceres' evolution and present state constrained by shape data." Icarus 205(2): 443-459.
    We modeled Ceres’ thermo-physical-chemical evolution by considering a large range
of initial conditions as well as various evolutionary scenarios. Models are constrained by
available shape measurements, which point to a differentiated interior for Ceres. We
address the role played by hydrothermal activity in the long-term evolution of Ceres and
40 especially the evolution of its hydrosphere. We suggest that models with times of
formation shorter than about 5 My after the production of calcium-aluminum inclusions
are more likely to undergo hydrothermal activity in their early history, which affects
Ceres’ long-term thermal evolution. We evaluate the conditions for preserving liquid
water inside Ceres, a possibility enhanced by its warm surface temperature and the
45 enrichment of its hydrosphere in a variety of chemical species. However, thermal
modeling of the hydrosphere needs to be further investigated. We show that shape data
can help constrain the amount of hydrated silicate in the core, and thus the extent of
hydrothermal activity in Ceres. We discuss the importance of these results for the Dawn
mission’s arrival at Ceres in 2015.

Cheek, L. C., et al. (2010). The Goldschmidt Region as Viewed From Moon Minerology Mapper (M3) Data. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Clark, R., et al. (2010). Water and Hydroxyl on the Moon as Seen by the Moon Mineral Mapper (M3) 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2010). Surface units of the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites analyzed with hyperspectral images. AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2010). Mixing of surface materials investigated by spectral mixture analysis with the Moon Mineralogy Mapper. EGU 2010 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2010). Mixing of Surface Materials Investigated by Spectral Mixture Analysis with the Moon Minerology Mapper. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Coradini, A., et al. (2010). "Martian Atmosphere as Observed by VIRTIS-M on Rosetta Spacecraft." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 115: E04004.
    
Cruikshank, D. P., et al. (2010). "Carbon Dioxide on the satellites of Saturn: Results from the Cassini VIMS investigation and revisions to the VIMS wavelength scale." Icarus 206(2): 561-572.
    
Dalton, J. B., et al. (2010). Chemical Composition of Icy Satellite Surfaces. Satellites of the Outer Solar System. O. Grasset, M. Blanc, A. Coustenis et al. New York, NY, Springer: 111-152.
    
Dalton, J. B., et al. (2010). "Chemical Composition of Icy Satellite Surfaces." Space Science Reviews 153(1-4): 113-154.
    
Dhingra, D., et al. (2010). Spectroscopic Signature of the High Titanium Basalts at Mare Tranquillitatis from Moon Minerology Mapper (M3). 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2010). Spectral Classes and Surface Properties of the Saturnian Satellites Retrieved from Cassini-VIMS Disk-integrated Observations. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2010). "Saturn's icy satellites investigated by Cassini-VIMS. II. Results at the end of nominal mission." Icarus 206: 507-523.
    We report the detailed analysis of the spectrophotometric properties of Saturn's icy satellites as derived by full-disk observations obtained by visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS) experiment aboard Cassini. In this paper, we have extended the coverage until the end of the Cassini's nominal mission (June 1st 2008), while a previous paper (Filacchione, G., and 28 colleagues [2007]. Icarus 186, 259-290, hereby referred to as Paper I) reported the preliminary results of this study. During the four years of nominal mission, VIMS has observed the entire population of Saturn's icy satellites allowing us to make a comparative analysis of the VIS-NIR spectral properties of the major satellites (Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Hyperion, Iapetus) and irregular moons (Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Janus, Epimetheus, Telesto, Calypso, Phoebe). The results we discuss here are derived from the entire dataset available at June 2008 which consists of 1417 full-disk observations acquired from a variety of distances and inclinations from the equatorial plane, with different phase angles and hemispheric coverage. The most important spectrophotometric indicators (as defined in Paper I: I/F continua at 0.55 μm, 1.822 μm and 3.547 μm, visible spectral slopes, water and carbon dioxide bands depths and positions) are calculated for each observation in order to investigate the disk-integrated composition of the satellites, the distribution of water ice respect to “contaminants” abundances and typical regolith grain properties. These quantities vary from the almost pure water ice surfaces of Enceladus and Calypso to the organic and carbon dioxide rich Hyperion, Iapetus and Phoebe. Janus visible colors are intermediate between these two classes having a slightly positive spectral slope. These results could help to decipher the origins and evolutionary history of the minor moons of the Saturn's system. We introduce a polar representation of the spectrophotometric parameters as function of the solar phase angle (along radial distance) and of the effective longitude interval illuminated by the Sun and covered by VIMS during the observation (in azimuth) to better investigate the spatial distribution of the spectrophotometric quantities across the regular satellites hemispheres. Finally, we report the observed spectral positions of the 4.26 μm band of the carbon dioxide present in the surface material of three outermost moons Hyperion, Iapetus and Phoebe.

Filacchione, G., et al. (2010). Saturn's system ices: a comparative spectral study by Cassini-VIMS. EGU 2010 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Greenhagen, B. T., et al. (2010). "Global Silicate Mineralogy of the Moon from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer." Science 329: 1507-.
    We obtained direct global measurements of the lunar surface using multispectral thermal emission mapping with the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment. Most lunar terrains have spectral signatures that are consistent with known lunar anorthosite and basalt compositions. However, the data have also revealed the presence of highly evolved, silica-rich lunar soils in kilometer-scale and larger exposures, expanded the compositional range of the anorthosites that dominate the lunar crust, and shown that pristine lunar mantle is not exposed at the lunar surface at the kilometer scale. Together, these observations provide compelling evidence that the Moon is a complex body that has experienced a diverse set of igneous processes.

Hayne, P. O., et al. (2010). "Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of the LCROSS Impact." Science 330: 477-.
    The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) Diviner instrument detected a thermal emission signature 90 seconds after the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) Centaur impact and on two subsequent orbits. The impact heated a region of 30 to 200 square meters to at least 950 kelvin, providing a sustained heat source for the sublimation of up to ~300 kilograms of water ice during the 4 minutes of LCROSS post-impact observations. Diviner visible observations constrain the mass of the sunlit ejecta column to be ~10-6 to 10-5 kilograms per square meter, which is consistent with LCROSS estimates used to derive the relative abundance of the ice within the regolith.

Head III, J. W., et al. (2010). The Lunar Orientale Basin: Structure and Crustal Mineralogy from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Head, J., et al. (2010). Morphology And Distribution Of Volcanic Vents In The Orientale Basin From Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Kramer, G. Y. (2010). "Characterizing bedrock lithologies using Small Crater Rims and Ejecta Probing (SCREP)." Science Direct, Advances in Space Research 45: 1257-1267.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2010). The Swirls at SPA. AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2010). An Investigation into the Effects of the Magnetic Anomaly on Regional Space Weathering at Mare Ingenii and Its Influence on the Spectra of the Basalts and Lunar Swirls. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2010). Colorful Views of the Moon: Comparing Spectra from Clementine and Moon Mineralogy Mapper. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B. (2010). A Very Short History of Reflectance Spectroscopy for Solar System Exploration: An Old Man's Recollection. Proceedings of ASD and IEEE GRS; Art, Science and Applications of Reflectance Spectroscopy. Boulder, CO. II: 15pp.
    
McCord, T. B. and J.-P. Combe (2010). Analysis of the behavior of the 3 micron absorptions in the M3 lunar reflectance observations and indications of OH sources and processes for airless bodies. AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2010). Nature and Potential Causes for 3 micron Absorptions in the Lunar Reflectance Spectrum due to OH/H2O as Discovered by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper on the Chandrayaan-1 Spacecraft. EGU 2010 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2010). "Hydrated minerals on Europa's surface: An improved look from the Galileo NIMS investigation." Icarus 209(2): 639-650.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2010). Origin of OH/Water on the Lunar Surface Detected by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Nettles, J. W., et al. (2010). Progress Toward A New Lunar Optical Maturity Measure Based On Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Paige, D. A., et al. (2010). "Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of Cold Traps in the Moon's South Polar Region." Science 330: 479-.
    Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment surface-temperature maps reveal the existence of widespread surface and near-surface cryogenic regions that extend beyond the boundaries of persistent shadow. The Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) struck one of the coldest of these regions, where subsurface temperatures are estimated to be 38 kelvin. Large areas of the lunar polar regions are currently cold enough to cold-trap water ice as well as a range of both more volatile and less volatile species. The diverse mixture of water and high-volatility compounds detected in the LCROSS ejecta plume is strong evidence for the impact delivery and cold-trapping of volatiles derived from primitive outer solar system bodies.

Piccioni, G., et al. (2010). The Visible and Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Spectrometer (VIRHIS): A Study for the EJSM Mission. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2010). Identification of a New Spinel-Rich Lunar Rock Type by the Moon Minerology Mapper (M3). 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Stephan, K., et al. (2010). "Dione's spectral and geological properties." Icarus 206: 631-652.
    We present a detailed analysis of the variations in spectral properties across the surface of Saturn's satellite Dione using Cassini/VIMS data and their relationships to geological and/or morphological characteristics as seen in the Cassini/ISS images. This analysis focuses on a local region on Dione's anti-saturnian hemisphere that was observed by VIMS with high spatial resolution during orbit 16 in October 2005. The results are incorporated into a global context provided by VIMS data acquired within Cassini's first 50 orbits. Our results show that Dione's surface is dominated by at least one global process. Bombardment by magnetospheric particles is consistent with the concentration of dark material and enhanced CO2 absorption on the trailing hemisphere of Dione independent of the geology. Local regions within this terrain indicate a special kind of resurfacing that probably is related to large-scale impact process. In contrast, the enhanced ice signature on the leading side is associated with the extended ejecta of the fresh impact crater Creusa (Ëœ49°N/76°W). Although no geologically active regions could be identified, Dione's tectonized regions observed with high spatial resolution partly show some clean H2O ice implying that tectonic processes could have continued into more recent times.

Sunshine, J. M., et al. (2010). Hidden in Plain Sight: Spinel-Rich Deposits on the Nearside of the Moon as Revealed by Moon Minerology Mapper (M3). 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Thaisen, K. G., et al. (2010). Geology of the Moscoviense Basin: Implications for the character of the highland crust. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Tosi, F., et al. (2010). "Correlations between VIMS and RADAR data over the surface of Titan: Implications for Titan's surface properties." Icarus 208(1): 366-384.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (2010). "Io: Heat Flow from Dark Paterae." Icarus 212(1): 236-261.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2010). Sulfates and Iron Oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Whitten, J., et al. (2010). Characteristics, Affinities and Ages of Volcanic Deposits Associated with the Orientale Basin from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data: Mare Stratigraphy. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Williams, D. A., et al. (2010). "Surface-Compositional Properties of the Malea Planum Region of the Circum-Hellas Volcanis Province, Mars." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 294(3-4): 451-465.
    
Zent, A. P., et al. (2010). Production of OH/H2O in Lunar Samples via Proton Bombardment. 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Adams, J. B., et al. (2009). "Salt tectonics and collapse of Hebes Chasma, Valles Marineris, Mars." Geology 37(8): 691-694.
    
Barnes, J. W., et al. (2009). "VIMS spectral mapping observations of Titan during the Cassini prime mission." Planetary and Space Science 57(14-15): 1950-1962.
    This is a data paper designed to facilitate the use of and comparisons to Cassini/visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS) spectral mapping data of Saturn's moon Titan. We present thumbnail orthographic projections of flyby mosaics from each Titan encounter during the Cassini prime mission, 2004 July 1 through 2008 June 30. For each flyby we also describe the encounter geometry, and we discuss the studies that have previously been published using the VIMS dataset. The resulting compliation of metadata provides a complementary big-picture overview of the VIMS data in the public archive, and should be a useful reference for future Titan studies.

Boardman, J. W., et al. (2009). A Year at the Moon on Chandrayaan-1: Moon Mineralogy Mapper Data in a Global Perspective. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (2009). Surface Composition of Europa. Europa. R. Pappalardo, W. McKinnon and K. Khurana, University of Arizona Press.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2009). Water, Hydroxyl, and the Search for Alteration and Oxidation on the Moon. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2009). Lunar Surface Compositional Units Determined by Spectral Mixing Analysis of Images from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3). AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
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Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2009). Surface units of Mars analyzed with spectral, color and stereo images. I: Meridiani. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2009). Surface units of Mars analyzed with spectral, color and stereo images. II: Gusev. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2009). "Mapping Mars surface color units with HRSC: Various examples and methods, from visual interpretation to spectral analysis." Earth and Planetary Science Letters 295(3-4).
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2009). Revised Full-Disk Spectra by Cassini-VIMS of the Saturnian Minor Icy Moons. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    This paper is concerned with a detailed re-analysis of the disk-integrated spectra of the minor moons of Saturn (Atlas, Prometheus, Pandora, Janus, Epimetheus, Calypso and Telesto) obtained by Cassini-VIMS.

Green, R. O., et al. (2009). The Moon Mineralogy Mapper Imaging Spectrometer: Instrument Description, Calibration, and On-Orbit Validation of the Spectral, Radiometric, Spatial and Uniformity Characteristics. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Green, R. O., et al. (2009). Spectroscopic Character and Spatial Distribution of Hydroxyl and Water Absorption Features Measured on the Lunar Surface by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper Imaging Spectrometer on Chandrayaan-1. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2009). New calibrated dataset of the Galileo-NIMS observations of the Jovian satellite Ganymede and mapping of its water ice grain sizes and non-ice components. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hayne, P. O. and T. B. McCord (2009). Titan's Surface Reflectivity and Composition from Empirical Atmospheric Correction of Cassini/VIMS Data. DPS Meeting #41, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    One of the primary challenges to constraining Titan's surface composition from visible and near infrared reflectance measurements is the moon's optically-thick atmosphere. We present a simple radiative transfer model, constrained by atmospheric transmission measurements from solar occultations, which we apply to reflectance data from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS). Using an inverse model for absorption and scattering in the atmosphere, we recover corrected reflectance spectra and map the distribution of compositional units. Our results suggest that exposed water ice is concentrated in fluvial channels and along the margins of topographically higher infrared-bright terrain. The latter, exemplified by the anomalously bright (and possibly active) features Tui Regio and Hotei Regio, appear depleted in water ice relative to the darker "bedrock” unit, and their reflectance spectra are consistent with enrichment in cyanoacetylene (HC3N), ammonia, and/or small quantities of carbon dioxide. A narrow absorption band at 4.92 μm promotes HC3N over the other two candidates, though CO2 also has a band within 25 nm of the observed wavelength, so that a shift due to the particular bonding configuration (e.g. with water ice) may be consistent with this component. If Tui Regio and Hotei Regio are enriched in precipitated aerosols such as HC3N, this implies an unknown concentration mechanism. Dune material is spectrally more neutral than water ice, consistent with a hydrocarbon heteropolymer.

Hayne, P. O., et al. (2009). Titan's Near Infrared Atmospheric Transmission and Surface Reflectance from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Using a ground calibration target method, we calculate Titan's atmospheric transmission and surface albedo in the 0.8 - 5.0 micron wavelength range. Two of Titan's most interesting features, Tui Regio and Hotei Regio, are depleted in water ice.

Hayne, P. O. and D. A. Paige (2009). Clouds in the Polar Night of Mars: Modeling and Observations with the Mars Climate Sounder. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hibbitts, C. A. and G. B. Hansen (2009). VIMS Observations of the Moon: a Recalibration in the Search for Water. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2009). The Mare Basalts of Eastern Frigoris. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2009). Untangling the Flows and Swirls of Mare Ingenii. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
Kramer, J., et al. (2009). Harness That S.O.B.: Distributing Remote Sensing Analysis in a Small Office/Business. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Le Corre, L., et al. (2009). "Analysis of a cryolava flow-like feature on Titan with high resolution Cassini/VIMS infrared images and Cassini/RADAR SAR images." Planetary and Space Science 57(7): 870-879.
    This paper reports on the analysis of the highest spatial resolution hyperspectral images acquired by the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) onboard the Cassini spacecraft during its prime mission. A bright area matches a flow-like feature coming out of a caldera-like feature observed in Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data recorded by the Cassini radar experiment [Lopes et al., 2007. Cryovolcanic features on Titan's surface as revealed by the Cassini Titan Radar Mapper. Icarus 186, 395--412, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2006.09.006]. In this SAR image, the flow extends about 160 km east of the caldera. The contrast in brightness between the flow and the surroundings progressively vanishes, suggesting alteration or evolution of the composition of the cryolava during the lifetime of the eruptions. Dunes seem to cover part of this flow on its eastern end. We analyze the different terrains using the Spectral Mixing Analysis (SMA) approach of the Multiple-Endmember Linear Unmixing Model (MELSUM, Combe et al., 2008). The study area can be fully modeled by using only two types of terrains. Then, the VIMS spectra are compared with laboratory spectra of known materials in the relevant atmospheric windows (from 1 to 2.78 mum). We considered simple molecules that could be produced during cryovolcanic events, including H2O, CO2 (using two different grain sizes), CH4 and NH3. We find that the mean spectrum of the cryoflow-like feature is not consistent with pure water ice. It can be best fitted by linear combinations of spectra of the candidate materials, showing that its composition is compatible with a mixture of H2O, CH4 and CO2.

Le Mouélic, S., et al. (2009). An iterative least squares approach to decorrelate minerals and ices contributions in hyerspectral images: Application to Cuprite (Earth) and Mars. First Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), Grenoble, France.
    
Le Mouélic, S., et al. (2009). Global Mapping of Minerals on Mars with OMEGA Hyperspectral Data: Results of a Linear Unmixing Approach. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We use a linear unmixing algorithm to retrieve the main minerals contributing to the signal in OMEGA/Mars Express data. The result is a distribution map for each endmember selected in the input library, which covers the main mineral families.

Masse, M., et al. (2009). Dust Deposits Within and Around the North Polar Ice Cap of Mars: What are Their Mineralogical Compositions, Their Sources and Their Accumulation Processes? 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We have performed an integrated morphological, structural and compositional analyses of selected areas along the contact between the North Polar Cap and the surrounding superficial sediments.

McCord, T. B. (2009). IR Spectroscopy for study of the composition of the icy Galilean Satellites. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. C. Castillo-Rogez (2009). Ceres: Evolution and current state as a water-rich silicate protoplanet. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2009). "Europa's surface composition from re-processed Galileo NIMS data." Icarus: in press.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2009). Hydrated Minerals on Europa's Surface. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Heavily hydrated materials on Europa's surface shows more evidence of salts and locations consistent with endogenic processes.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2009). Hydrated Minerals on Europa and Ganymede surfaces (invited) European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
McCord, T. B. and P. O. Hayne (2009). Nature of the 2.8-um window in Titan's atmosphere and effects on detection of surface reflectance characteristics. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2009). Interpretations of OH/HOH IR Absorptions on the Moon from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (2009). Asteroid 1 Ceres: Evidence for water beneath its surface. The Search for Life in the Universe, The Search for Life Within 50 AU, Space Telescope Science Institute.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2009). Cassini Evidence for Active Cryovolcanism on Saturn's Moon Titan. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We report evidence for surface morphology changes on the surface of Saturn’s satellite Titan from information returned by the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) aboard the Cassini Orbiter spacecraft. This is strong evidence for active cryovolcanism on Titan.

Nelson, R. M., et al. (2009). "Photometric changes on Saturn's Titan: Evidence for the active cryovolcanism." Geophysical Research Letters 36(4).
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2009). "Saturn's Titan: Surface change, ammonia and implications for atmospheric and tectonic activity " Icarus 199(2): 429-441.
    Titan is known to have a young surface. Here we present evidence from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer that it is currently geologically active. We report that changes in the near-infrared reflectance of a 73,000 km2 area on Titan (latitude 26° S, longitude 78° W) occurred between July 2004 and March of 2006. The reflectance of the area increased by a factor of two between July 2004 and March April 2005; it then returned to the July 2004 level by November 2005. By late December 2005 the reflectance had surged upward again, establishing a new maximum. Thereafter, it trended downward for the next three months. Detailed spectrophotometric analyses suggest these changes happen at or very near the surface. The spectral differences between the region and its surroundings rule out changes in the distribution of the ices of reasonably expected materials such as H2O, CO2, and CH4 as possible causes. Remarkably, the change is spectrally consistent with the deposition and removal of NH3 frost over a water ice substrate. NH3 has been proposed as a constituent of Titan's interior and has never been reported on the surface. The detection of NH3 frost on the surface might possibly be explained by episodic effusive events occur which bring juvenile ammonia from the interior to the surface. If so, its decomposition would feed nitrogen to the atmosphere now and in the future. The lateral extent of the region exceeds that of active areas on the Earth (Hawaii) or Io (Loki).

Nettles, J. W., et al. (2009). Orientale Impact Basin: New Insights into Formation and Evolution from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). "The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1." CURRENT SCIENCE 96(4): 500-506.
    http://www.planetary.brown.edu/pdfs/3630.pdf

Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). Mineralogy of the Lunar Crust in Spatial Context: First Results from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3). 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). Characterization of Lunar Mineralogy: The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1. Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Science Targeting Meeting, Tempe, Arizona.
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Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). Luna Magma Ocean Bedrock Anorthosites Detected at Orientale Basin by M3. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). New Mg-Spinel Rock-Type on the Lunar Farside and Implications for Lunar Crustal Evolution. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2009). "Character and Spatial Distribution of OH/H2O on the Surface of the Moon Seen by M3 on Chandrayaan-1." Science 326(5952): 568-572.
    The search for water on the surface of the anhydrous Moon had remained an unfulfilled quest for 40 years. However, the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1 has recently detected absorption features near 2.8 to 3.0 micrometers on the surface of the Moon. For silicate bodies, such features are typically attributed to hydroxyl- and/or water-bearing materials. On the Moon, the feature is seen as a widely distributed absorption that appears strongest at cooler high latitudes and at several fresh feldspathic craters. The general lack of correlation of this feature in sunlit M3 data with neutron spectrometer hydrogen abundance data suggests that the formation and retention of hydroxyl and water are ongoing surficial processes. Hydroxyl/water production processes may feed polar cold traps and make the lunar regolith a candidate source of volatiles for human exploration.

Rivkin, A. S., et al. (2009). The Case for Ceres: Report to the Planetary Science Decadal Survey Committee. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Rodriguez, S., et al. (2009). Fast forward modeling of Titan's infrared spectra to invert VIMS Cassini hyperspectral images. First Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), Grenoble, France.
    
Soderblom, L. A., et al. (2009). Composition of Titan's Surface. Titan from Cassini-Huygens R. H. Brown, J.-P. Lebreton and J. H. Waite, Springer.
    
Stephan, K., et al. (2009). VIMS Coverage of Saturn's Icy Satellite Rhea. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    The present status of observing Saturn's satellite Rhea by the Cassini VIMS spectrometer will be presented showing that the derived spatial variations of Rhea's spectral properties appear to be similar to the neighboring satellite Dione.

Stephan, K., et al. (2009). Dione's Spectral and Geological Properties. DPS Meeting #41, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    We present a detailed analysis of the variations in spectral properties across the surface of Saturn's satellite Dione using Cassini/VIMS data and their relationships to geological and/or morphological characteristics as seen in the Cassini/ISS images. This analysis focuses on a local region on Dione's anti-Saturnian hemisphere that was observed by VIMS with high spatial resolution during orbit 16 in October 2005. The achieved results are incorporated into a global context provided by VIMS data acquired within Cassini's first 50 orbits. Our results show that Dione's surface is dominated by at least one global process. Bombardment by magnetospheric particles is consistent with the concentration of dark material and enhanced CO2 absorption on the trailing hemisphere of Dione independent of the geology. Local regions within this terrain indicate a special kind of resurfacing that probably is related to large scale impact processes, which occurred early in Dione's geological history. In contrast, the enhanced ice signature on the leading side is associated with the extended ejecta of the fresh impact crater Creusa (30N/60W). Although no geologically active regions could be identified, Dione's tectonized regions observed with high spatial resolution partly show clean H2O ice indicating that tectonic processes continued into recent times.

Sunshine, J. M., et al. (2009). Hidden in Plain Sight: Spinel-Rich Deposits on the Central Nearside of the Moon. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Thaisen, K. G., et al. (2009). Insights into Lunar Far-side Highlands Crustal Development from the Moscoviense Basin and the Moon Mineralogy Mapper onboard Chandrayaan-1. AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (2009). "Io: heat flow from dark volcanic fields." Icarus 204(1): 239-253.
    
Verpoorter, C., et al. (2009). Sediment characterization in intertidal zone of the Bourgneuf bay using the automatic Modified Gaussian Model (AMGM). 6th EARseL workshop on imaging spectroscopy. Tel-Aviv, Israel.
    
Verpoorter, C., et al. (2009). Sediment characterization in intertidal zone of the Bourgneuf bay using the Automatic Modified Gaussian Model (AMGM). EGU 2009 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2009). Linear Spectral Unmixing of Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Data from Juventae Chasma, Mars. SPIE Conference on Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XV. L. Bruzzone, C. Notarnicola and F. Posa. Berlin Conference Centre, Berlin Germany. 7477: 74770M.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2009). Analysis of Juventae Chasma Sulfate Mound B using the Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM) on CRISM Data. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    MELSUM, is a novel, efficient method to analyze hyperspectral NIR data using a linear mixing model. It identifies monohydrated and polyhydrated iron and magnesium bearing sulfates as the spectral components of this outcrop.

Williams, D. A., et al. (2009). "The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars:  Overview." Planetary and Space Science 57(8 - 9): 895 - 916.
    
Williams, D. A., et al. (2009). Area-age estimates and physical properties of the Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars. EGU 2009 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Williams, D. A., et al. (2009). The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars: Detailed Area-Age Estimates and Physical-Compositional Properties of the Surface. 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We discuss new analyses for terrain in and around the Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province on Mars, providing new estimates of size and age of the province, and information on its physical-compositional properties.

Williams, D. A., et al. (2009). Basaltic Materials in the Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province: New Insights. European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (2008). Visible wavelength multispectral observations of Mars. The Martian Surface: Composition, Mineralogy and Physical Properties. J. F. Bell III, Cambridge University Press.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2008). Mineralogy of the Moon investigated from spectral analysis of Clementine UVVIS and NIR data. EGU 2008 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2008). Mapping of the Mineralogy of the Moon with Clementine UVVIS and NIR Data Analyzed by a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM). 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    A newly calibrated mosaic of UVVIS-NIR data from the Clementine spacecraft is analyzed by a spectral unmixing algorithm to map surface minerals on the Moon. First results show the potential for global mapping and applications on future datasets.

Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2008). HRSC Spectra Analyzed by Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Linear Unmixing Model (MELSUM). EGU 2008 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2008). Surface Units of MER landing sites as seen by Mars Express/HRSC color data. AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA.
    
Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2008). "Investigation of the Mars Express HRSC color channel calibration." Advances in Space Research 43(1): 128-137.
    The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) onboard the Mars Express spacecraft in orbit about Mars has four detector channels dedicated to produce images in four spectral channels. Utilizing these spectrophotometric data requires understanding the instrument radiometric calibration and other photometric properties of the data. We present here some results of our investigation into the HRSC color data characteristics. This covers comparison of HRSC measurements with those of telescopes and the Observatoire pour la Minéralogie, l'Eau, les Glaces et l'Activité (OMEGA) instrument, also on Mars Express. We also investigate the dependence of HRSC Color measurements on solar phase angle and altitude of the Mars surface. These results confirm and extend our earlier findings [McCord, T.B., Adams, J.B., Bellucci, G., Combe, J.-Ph., Hansen, G., Hoffman, H., Jaumann, R., Lumme, K., Neukum, G., Pinet, P., Poulet, F., the HRSC Co-I Team, The Mars Express high Resolution Stereo Camera spectrophotometric data: characteristics and science analysis. J. Geophys. Res. 112, E6, 2007.]. A basic finding from our study is that there are nearly constant offsets between the I/F value derived from the HRSC data and those determined from OMEGA and groundbased telescope measurements, especially in the HRSC red bandpass. These offsets are nearly independent of solar phase angle and Mars surface altitude but are considerably larger for the one comparison at Phobos we were able to make. Several hypotheses could explain these effects: atmospheric scattering, surface photometric effects, shift of the spatial registration or calibration. All these possibilities were investigated.

Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2008). Mars-Express/HRSC Spectral Data of MER Landing Sites Analyzed by a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Linear Unmixing Model (MELSUM). 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    HRSC multispectral data are analyzed for mapping the main surface spectral components and photometric properties of Mars. The unique geometry of observation of this dataset is investigated. Results will be compared to field observations from the MERs.

Coradini, A., et al. (2008). "Identification of spectral units on Phoebe." Icarus 193(1): 233-251.
    
Coustenis, A., et al. (2008). "TandEM: Titan and Enceladus mission." Springer Science - Experimental Astronomy 23(3): 893-946.
    
Cruikshank, D. P., et al. (2008). "Hydrocarbons on Saturn's satellites Iapetus and Phoebe." Icarus 193(2): 334-343.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2008). From Satellites to Rings: The Diversity of the Saturnian System Ices in the VIS-NIR at the End of Cassini-VIMS Nominal Mission. DPS Meeting #40, Ithaca, NY, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2008). The Diversity of Saturn's Main Rings: A Cassini-VIMS Perspective. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2008). "Widespread CO2 and other non-ice compounds on the anti-jovian and trailing sides of Europa from Galileo/NIMS observations." Geophysical Research Letters 35: 5.
    
Hayne, P. O., et al. (2008). Titan: Observational Constraints on Cryovolcanism. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We identify three anomalous features on Titan's surface, which we hypothesize are recently active cryovolcanic constructs. This hypothesis is evaluated using previous analyses of data from the Cassini mission, as well as geophysical models of magmatism on icy satellites.

Hayne, P. O. and D. A. Paige (2008). Mars Polar Cold Spots: Modeling and Observation With MRO/Mars Climate Sounder. AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hayne, P. O. and D. A. Paige (2008). Mars Polar Cold Spots Observed by MRO Mars Climate Sounder. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hayne, P. O. and D. A. Paige (2008). Mars Polar Cold Spots Observed by MRO/Mars Climate Sounder. Third International Workshop on The Mars Atmosphere: Modeling and Observations, Williamsburg, VA.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2008). "Fluvial erosion and post-erosional processes on Titan." Icarus 197(2): 526-538.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2008). DAWN: Eine Reise zu Den Anfangen des Sonnensystem (DAWN: A Journey to the Beginning of the Solar System). DGLR. Jahrbuch. Band III: 1253-1259.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2008). "Distribution of icy particles across Enceladus'  surface as derived from Cassini-VIMS measurements." Icarus 193(2): 407-419.
    
Kramer, G., et al. (2008). Real Solar Irradiance Data for Planetary Surface Studies. AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2008). "Distinguishing high-alumina mare basalts using Clementine UVVIS and Lunar Prospector GRS data: Mare Moscoviense and Mare Nectaris." Journal of Geophysical Research 113(E1): 1-18.
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2008). The Extraterrestrial Spectrum for Planetary Mapping: A Look at Options for Chandrayaan-1's Moon Mineralogy Mapper. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. The Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute. 39: #2236.
    
Le Deit, L., et al. (2008). Light-Toned Layers on Plateaus Above Valles Marineris (Mars). 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    From HiRISE, CTX, HRSC and MOLA data, we perform a geological study of the sites where extensive covers of layered deposits crop out on plateaus above Valles Marineris in order to constrain their history and their relationship with ILDs.

Le Deit, L., et al. (2008). "Ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma, Valles Marineris (Mars) inferred from analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data: Identification and geological interpretation." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 113(E07001): 18 pp.
    The mineralogical composition of the Martian surface is constrained by analyzing the data of the OMEGA visible and near infrared imaging spectrometer onboard Mars Express. Ferric signatures had previously been reported in Valles Marineris, Margaritifer Terra, and Terra Meridiani. Here we use three independent data reduction methods (Spectral Angle Mapper, a modified Spectral Mixture Analysis and Modified Gaussian Model) to detect and map ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma, a part of Valles Marineris. Ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma are concentrated in scattered formations. MOLA altimetry indicates that the ferric oxides are preferentially located in topographic lows. THEMIS, HRSC and MOC images show that the ferric oxide spectral signatures are systematically correlated with superficial deposits of low albedo, located at the foot of, or resting on Interior Layered Deposits (ILDs). This spatial distribution suggests that ferric oxides are genetically linked to ILDs. Gravity and wind-driven remobilization of ferric oxides previously formed in the ILDs can explain their accumulation around the ILDs.

Massé, M., et al. (2008). Sulfates, Ferric Oxides and Al-OH Bearing Minerals in Aram Chaos: Comparison of OMEGA and CRISM Data. Workshop on Martian phyllosilicates: Recorders of Aqueous processes?, Paris, France.
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Massé, M., et al. (2008). "Mineralogical composition, structure, morphology, and geological history of Aram Chaos crater fill on Mars derived from OMEGA Mars Express data." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 113(E12006): 15 pp.
    Aram Chaos is a crater 280 km in diameter centered at 2.5°N, 338.5°E. It is filled by chaotic terrains overlain by a dome-shaped, layered 900 m thick formation displaying spectral signatures of ferric oxides on Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) and Observatoire pour la Mineralogie, L'Eau, les Glaces et L'Activite (OMEGA) medium spatial resolution data. We describe in detail the mineralogical composition, structure, and morphology of this crater fill using high-resolution data (OMEGA, Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter, Mars Orbiter Camera, TES, Thermal Emission Imaging System, and High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment). We infer the following formation scenario: the crater was first filled by a geological formation, the composition of which remains unclear because it is covered by dust. Widespread fracturing of this formation led to the development of chaotic terrains. Later, a second layered formation, presently dome shaped, was emplaced unconformably on the chaotic terrains. This younger unit is composed of a bright, poorly consolidated material that contains both monohydrated sulfates and ferric oxides according to OMEGA data. The surface of this formation is partially covered by dust and displays landforms indicating that the bright material has been mobilized by wind during or after its deposition. After its emplacement, this formation has been grooved down to various depths by large eolian erosion corridors. In these corridors, eolian removal of the bright material with a sulfate-rich matrix has left debris fans, sand sheets, and dunes, which display some of the strongest spectral signatures of ferric oxides on Mars. Similar residual deposits enriched in ferric oxides, overlying a layered formation containing both ferric oxides and sulfates, have been observed by the Opportunity rover in Meridiani Planum, suggesting a common formation process.

Massé, M., et al. (2008). Geological History of Aram Chaos (Mars) Based on Joint Mineralogical and Morphological Analysis. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    OMEGA hyperspectral data indicate the presence of a layered cap containing sulfates and ferric oxides in Aram Chaos.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2008). Europa's Surface Composition Using Reprocessed Galileo Nims Data. DPS Meeting #40, Ithaca, NY, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2008). Titan: The case for CO2 on the surface. EGU 2008 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2008). Spectroscopic Evidence for Titan Surface Materials. AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA.
    We have been systematically searching for spectroscopic evidence to identify surface materials remotely using data from the Cassini Visual and IR Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) [McCord et al., Pl. and Sp. Sci., 54, 2006; McCord et al., Icarus, 194, 2008]. The Titan atmosphere allows viewing of the surface only in a few narrow spectral windows in the near IR due to methane absorptions, and atmospheric particulate scattering affects even these windows. We so far have found one weak absorption near 4.92 μm for a few regions (e.g. Tui Regio and Hotei Regio) that also have anomalous brightness in the 5 microns and contrast across the 2.8-μm windows. This evidence seems consistent with at least two materials, fine- grained CO2 frost and cyanoacetylene, HC3N, and is not consistent with some other materials proposed for Titan's surface. Further, we are able to model and map the entire Titan surface viewed by VIMS using all methane windows and spectral unmixing analysis methods, with only a few spectral end-member components, which include water ice, CO2 frost, a model of aerosol scattering and an unknown material bright at 2 microns. A neutral dark material may also be present. We continue this effort with each new VIMS data set and summarize here on our latest findings.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2008). "Titan's surface: Search for spectral diversity and composition using the Cassini VIMS investigation." Icarus 194(1): 212-242.
    The surface composition of Titan is of great importance for understanding both the internal evolution of Titan and its atmosphere. The Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) investigation on Cassini is observing Titan from 0.35 to 5.11 mum with spatial resolution down to a few kilometers during each flyby of the spacecraft as it orbits Saturn. Our search for spectral diversity using seven methane transmission windows in the near infrared suggests that spectrally distinct units exist on the surface of Titan and that most of the surface can be modeled using only a few distinct spectral units: water frost, CO2 frost, atmospheric scattering, and an unknown material bright at 2 mum. A dark, spectrally neutral material is also implied. Use of an atmospheric scattering component with spectral mixing analysis may provide a method for partially removing atmospheric effects. In some locations, atmospheric scattering accounts for the majority of the signal. There are also small regions with unusual spectra that may be due to low signal and high noise and/or may be exotic materials of interest. Further, we searched within the methane windows for spectral features associated with Titan's surface. Only the 5-mum and, to a lesser extent, the 2-mum window provide a reasonable opportunity for this, as the shorter-wavelength windows are too narrow and the 2.8-mum window is cluttered with an unknown atmospheric constituent. We find evidence for only one spectral feature: near 4.92 mum for the 5-mum bright Tui Regio region. CO2 frost with grains smaller than about 10 mum is the best candidate we have found so far to explain this absorption as well as the feature's spectral contrast between the 2.7- and the 2.8-mum atmosphere subwindows. This suggested CO2 identification is supported by the presence of an endmember in the spectral mixture analysis that is consistent with CO2 frost with large grain sizes. We find no other absorption features that are statistically significant, including those reported earlier by others. These results are consistent with but greatly extend our early analysis that treated only the T data set [McCord, T.B., et al., 2006a. Planet. Space Sci. 54, 1524 1539]. In the spectral feature search process, we explored in detail the noise characteristics of the VIMS data within the 5-mum window, which has generally very low signal (4 20 DN), due to the measurement conditions and low illumination levels. We find noise of nearly Gaussian statistics except for some erratic darks and noise spikes, and the data set seems generally well behaved. We present examples of our attempt to improve on the standard VIMS pipeline data calibration.

Nelson, R. M., et al. (2008). Saturn's Titan: Reports Suggesting Surface Activity from Cassini VIMS and Radar Observations. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Woodlands, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Here, we report photometric changes at another region on Titan at 10 degrees S, 140 degrees W. Hereafter, we refer to (26 degrees S, 78 degrees W) as Case 1 and (10 degrees S, 140 degrees W) as Case 2. These findings suggest that Titan exhibits intermittent surface changes consistent with present volcanic activity.

Nicholson, P. D., et al. (2008). "A close look at Saturn's rings with Cassini VIMS." Icarus 193(1): 182-212.
    
Raymond, C. A., et al. (2008). Dawn mission status and plans. EGU 2008 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Raymond, C. A., et al. (2008). Dawn mission status and plans. 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada.
    
Stephan, K., et al. (2008). Relationships of Dione's Spectral Properties to Geological Surface Units. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Sykes, M. V., et al. (2008). The Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2008, Baltimore, MD.
    
Sykes, M. V., et al. (2008). The Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres. AOGS 2008, Busan, Korea.
    
Various and T. B. McCord (2008). Jupiter Ganymede Orbiter, ESA Contribution to the Europa Jupiter System Mission, European Space Agency (ESA). Issue 1: 106 pps.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2008). Mapping of Martian Surface Units using HRSC Color Data. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We studied the color dataset of HRSC to uniquely map surface units of Mars. Illumination and observation angles and surface roughness have to be considered. Further investigations are necessary to understand these effects.

Williams, D. A., et al. (2008). "The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars: Overview." Planetary and Space Science 57: 895-916.
    
Adriani, A., et al. (2007). "The de-striping of the VIMS-V images and the observations of HCN limb emission in the Titan atmosphere at 3 microns." Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana Supplement 11: 37.
    
Barille, L., et al. (2007). "Comparative analysis of field and laboratory spectral reflectances of benthic diatoms with a modified Gaussian model approach." Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 343(2): 197-209.
    
Barnes, J. W., et al. (2007). "Global-scale surface spectral variations on Titan seen from Cassini/VIMS." Icarus 186(1): 242-258.
    
Barnes, J. W., et al. (2007). Titan as an Icy Moon: Evidence for Cryovolcanism and Tectonics from Cassini/VIMS. Workshop on Ices, Oceans and Fire: Satellites of the Outer Solar System, Boulder, CO.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (2007). Europa's surface composition: What we know, what we would like to know, and how we can find out. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Castillo-Rogez, J. C., et al. (2007). Ceres: Evolution and present state. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2007). Compositional mapping of Saturn's satellite Iapetus with Cassin VIMS and implications of dark material in the Saturn system. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2007). "Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface " Science: submitted.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2007). Methodology to investigate Mars' surface properties and composition using HRSC data: First results. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2007). Mineralogy of the Moon by multiple endmember spectral unmixing of Clementine UVVIS and NIR data. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
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Combe, J.-P., et al. (2007). "Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data hyperspectral data using a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM): Methodology and first results." Planetary and Space Science 56(7): 951-975.
    The mineralogical composition of the Martian surface is investigated by a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM) of the Observatoire pour la Minéralogie, l'Eau, les Glaces et l'Activité (OMEGA) imaging spectrometer onboard Mars Express. OMEGA has fully covered the surface of the red planet at medium to low resolution (2 4 km per pixel). Several areas have been imaged at a resolution up to 300 m per pixel. One difficulty in the data processing is to extract the mineralogical composition, since rocks are mixtures of several components. MELSUM is an algorithm that selects the best linear combination of spectra among the families of minerals available in a reference library. The best fit of the observed spectrum on each pixel is calculated by the same unmixing equation used in the classical Spectral Mixture Analysis (SMA). This study shows the importance of the choice of the input library, which contains in our case 24 laboratory spectra (endmembers) of minerals that cover the diversity of the mineral families that may be found on the Martian surface. The analysis is restricted to the 1.0 2.5 mum wavelength range. Grain size variations and atmospheric scattering by aerosols induce changes in overall albedo level and continuum slopes. Synthetic flat and pure slope spectra have therefore been included in the input mineral spectral endmembers library in order to take these effects into account. The selection process for the endmembers is a systematic exploration of whole set of combinations of four components plus the straight line spectra. When negative coefficients occur, the results are discarded. This strategy is successfully tested on the terrestrial Cuprite site (Nevada, USA), for which extensive ground observations exist. It is then applied to different areas on Mars including Syrtis Major, Aram Chaos and Olympia Undae near the North Polar Cap. MELSUM on Syrtis Major reveals a region dominated by mafic minerals, with the oldest crustal regions composed of a mixing between low-calcium pyroxenes (LCPs) (orthopyroxenes (OPx)) and high-calcium pyroxenes (HCPs) (clinopyroxenes (CPx)). The Syrtis volcanic edifice appears depleted in LCP (OPx) and enriched in HCP (CPx), which is consistent with materials produced with a lower partial fusion degree at an age younger to the surrounding crust. Strong olivine signatures are found between the two calderas Nili Patera and Meroe Patera and in Nili Fossae. A strong signature of iron oxides is found within Aram Chaos, with a spatial distribution also consistent with thermal emission spectrometer (TES). Gypsum is unambiguously detected in the northern polar region, in agreement with the study of Langevin et al. [2005. Sulfates in the north polar region of Mars detected by OMEGA/Mars Express. Science 307(5715), 1584 1586]. Our results show that the linear spectral unmixing provides good first order results in a variety of mineralogical contexts, and can therefore confidently be used on a wider scale to analyze the complete archive of OMEGA data.

Combe, J.-P. and T. B. McCord (2007). How to use HRSC multispectral data? Example for the Echus Chasma region. European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2007). Titan's Surface Composition Investigated by Spectral Mixture Analysis of VIMS/Cassini Data. DPS Meeting #39, Orlando, FL, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Cruikshank, D. P., et al. (2007). "Surface composition of Hyperion." Nature 448(7149): 54-56.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2007). Cassini-VIMS observations of Saturn's main rings. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2007). "Saturn's icy satellites investigated by Cassini-VIMS - I. Full-disk properties: 350-5100 nm reflectance spectra and phase curves." Icarus 186(1): 259-290.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2007). VIS-NIR spectrophotometric study of the Saturnian icy satellites by Cassini-VIMS. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Greeley, R., et al. (2007). The Tyrrhena-Malea volcanic providence, Mars. European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
    
Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2007). "Widespread CO2 and other non-ice compounds on the anti-Jovian and trailing sides of Europa from Galileo/NIMS observations." Geophysical Research Letters 35(L0 1202).
    
An observation at wavelengths 0.7–5.3 µm of the anti-Jovian and trailing sides of the moon
Europa by the Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer on the Galileo spacecraft has been reprocessed to reveal new details in the >3.0 µm infrared spectrum. The revealed features include strong absorption bands centered at 4.25 and 4.0 µm, attributed to CO2 and SO, as well as weaker bands, such as near 3.5 µm attributed to H2O2. The calculated band depth distribution of both the CO2 and SO show that the CO2 is strongly associated with the (endogenic) dark hydrate regions on the surface, while the SO is not strongly correlated with the CO2, but has a similar sparse distribution. The association of CO2 with the hydrates may indicate a CO2-rich ocean that is a potential environment for autotrophic organisms that might thrive near the rock-ocean interface, similar to the earliest life on Earth.

Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2007). CO2, SO, hydrates, and other constituents on the trailing and anti-jovian hemispheres of Europa from reprocessed Galileo/NIMS measurements. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Hayne, P. O., et al. (2007). Constraints on Titan's surface composition from 5-μm Cassini/VIMS observations. DPS Meeting #39, Orlando, FL, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Hedman, M., et al. (2007). "Self-gravity wake structures in Saturn's a ring revealed by Cassini vims." Astronomical Journal 133(6): 2624-2629.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2007). Surface erosion of Titan. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2007). "The high-resolution stereo camera (HRSC) experiment on Mars Express: Instrument aspects and experiment conduct from interplanetary cruise through the nominal mission." Planetary and Space Science 55(7-8): 928-952.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2007). "DAWN: Eine Reise Zu Den Anfangen Des Sonnensystems."
    
Kramer, G. Y., et al. (2007). Characterizing lunar crustal geology. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2007). "The Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera spectrophotometric data: Characteristics and science analysis." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 112: E06004.
    The High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on the Mars Express (MEx) spacecraft in orbit about Mars is delivering images of the Mars surface and atmosphere from its high-inclination, elliptical orbit that are intended to cover most of the Mars surface by the end of the mission. These are acquired in four specific spectral passbands that sample the scene at different parts of the extended visual spectrum from near 0.4 μm to about 1μm and in five additional channels, four used for stereo and one nadir, that use the same fifth spectral passband. These channels view from different angles and can be used for photometric and spectral analysis. The data allow a variety of studies of the surface and atmosphere of Mars, but these require detailed understanding of the data characteristics, as there are several effects, including of the observation geometry and the atmosphere, that need to be treated. This article is a report to the science community on the current understanding of the HRSC color data after an initial analysis and also a demonstration of their capabilities for study of Mars, which, from this study, appear to be considerable. We first discuss the characteristics and calibration of the HRSC spectral data. The atmospheric influence on the photometric appearance of the surface materials is explored, and methods of compensating are considered. Reflectances are calculated for surface units by assuming the dark material is basalt and scaling the entire HRSC scene using a laboratory basalt spectrum for the selected dark material area; the results and the correction factors for different orbits are compared. We present several examples of what could become a large volume of future science results utilizing the HRSC spectrophotometric data in conjunction with photo-interpretation. For example, we find relatively few but very important distinct spectral components at the HRSC resolution, including what we interpret as iron oxide-rich material, unoxidized basalt, and polar ice, consistent with past works. The major spectral components are distributed in ways that suggest compositional mixing and the need to revise the current geologic understanding of major regions.

McCord, T. B. and J.-P. Combe (2007). Mapping of spectral units using HRSC color data. European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2007). CO2 on Titan's surface. DPS Meeting #39, Orlando, FL, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2007). The case for CO2 on Titan from VIMS reflectance spectra. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2007). Titan: Surface composition from Cassini VIMS. EGU 2007 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2007). Saturn's Titan: Searching for surface change. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2007). Saturn's Titan: Cassini VIMS reports regional reflectance change consistent with surface activity. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Neukum, G., et al. (2007). The geologic evolution of Mars: Episodicity of resurfacing events and ages from cratering analysis of image data and correlation with radiometric ages of Martian meteorites. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Orlando, T. M., et al. (2007). The perturbation of near-IR optical features of water ice induced by frozen acids, brines and organic polymers. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Pappalardo, R. T., et al. (2007). Europa Explorer: A mission to explore Europa and investigate its habitability. DPS Meeting #39, Orlando, FL, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2007). M3 on Chandrayaan-1: Strategy for mineral assessment of the Moon. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Pitman, K. M., et al. (2007). Surface-atmospheric separation models for Titan: Plane parallel vs. spherical shell radiative transfer solutions for Cassini VIMS Data. AGU Fall Meeting 2007, San Francisco, CA, American Geophysical Union.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2007). "Exploring the asteroid belt with ion propulsion: Dawn mission history, status and plans." Advances in Space Research Vol. 40(2): 193 - 201.
    In this report, we describe the journey Dawn has taken in the recent past, its present status, and its future mission. The overall objective of Dawn is to explore backward in time via its observations of the primitive bodies, Vesta and Ceres. Thus Dawn embarks on three journeys. The first is its tumultuous temporal terrestrial trek during development. The second is its soon-to-be voyage in space to 4 Vesta, the second most massive asteroid in the main belt, and to 1 Ceres, the most massive. The third is its journey backward in time to infer the conditions as the solar system was formed. Finally, we discuss how it is possible to go back even further in time, beyond the horizon of the Dawn mission to obtain �pre Dawn� observations at 10 Hygiea, the fourth most massive asteroid, and one more primitive than Vesta and Ceres.



Russell, C. T., et al. (2007). "Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Symbiosis between terrestrial observations and robotic exploration." Earth, Moon, Planet 101: 65-.
    
Soderblom, L. A., et al. (2007). "Correlations between Cassini VIMS spectra and RADAR SAR images: Implications for Titan's surface composition and the character of the Huygens probe landing site." Planetary and Space Science 55(13): 2025-2036.
    
Stephan, K., et al. (2007). Distribution of icy particles across Enceladus' surface as derived from Cassini-VIMS measurements. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference League City, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Wendt, L., et al. (2007). Mapping of sulfate deposits using HRSC color data. European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
    
Adams, J. B. and A. R. Gillespie (2006). Remote sensing of landscapes with spectral images: A Physical Modeling Approach. New York, Cambridge University Press.
    
Adriani, A., et al. (2006). Determination of the haze layer parameters in the Saturn atmosphere from Cassini VIMS images. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bargery, A. S., et al. (2006). Near-Infrared Analysis of Tempe Terra, Olympica Fossae and Nili Fossae from OMEGA Data. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We calibrate and analyse raw OMEGA data from Tempe Terra, Olympica Fossae and Nili Fossae. We interpret our observations to identify the presence of localised orthopyroxene, water ice and extensive olivine in the respective regions.

Barnes, J. W., et al. (2006). "Cassini observations of flow-like features in western Tui Regio, Titan." Geophysical Research Letters 33: L16204.
    
Bernard, J.-M., et al. (2006). "Reflectance spectra and chemical structure of Titan's tholins: Application to the analysis of Cassin-Huygens observations." Icarus 185(1): 301-307.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2006). "Observations in the Saturn system during approach and orbital insertion, with Cassini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS)." Astronomy & Astrophysics 446(2): 707-716.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2006). "Composition and physical properties of Enceladus' surface." Science 311(5766): 1425-1428.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2006). The Surface of Titan as Seen by the Cassini VIMS Investigation. DPS Meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Buratti, B. J., et al. (2006). "Titan: Preliminary results on surface properties and photometry from VIMS observations of the early flybys." Planetary and Space Science 54(15): 1498-1509.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2006). Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface observed by VIMS AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2006). Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface observed by VIMS and excess benzene observed in Titan's atmosphere by INMS. DPS Meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2006). Mapping Geological Units on Mars by Analyzing the Spectral Properties of the surface from the Mars-Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2006). "Mapping of an ophiolite complex by high-resolution visible-infrared spectrometry." Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7(Q08001): 11 pp.
    The Sumail massif of the Oman peridotite has been surveyed by the high spectral resolution imager HyMap. The field measurements have been taken simultaneously to the HyMap campaign with a GER 3700 spectrometer. To compare the two data sets, further calibration and atmospheric correction are made through empirical line corrections. A continuum removal by a modified Gaussian model on reflectance is then performed for each pixel to minimize atmospheric scattering and shadowing effects. Classification from spectral distance is established using field observations and comparisons at full spectral resolution to identify peridotite subunits (harzburgites and dunites) and to distinguish plagioclase-wehrlites from gabbros. Detections of hydrothermal transformations of olivine in serpentines and their alteration in carbonates along fracture networks, characterized by narrow spectral signatures, validate the classification. This demonstrates the utility of the high spectral resolution and the development of appropriate processing methods for geological identifications.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2006). Omega Science Team analysis of OMEGA /Mars Express hyperspectral data using a linear unmixing model: Methods and preliminary results. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2006). Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express Hyperspectral Data Using a Linear Unmixing Model: Methods and Preliminary Results. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    No. 2015 The mineralogy of the Martian surface is analysed with the OMEGA hyperspectral data set. An iterative linear spectral unmixing algorithm provides maps that are consistent with previous studies. Further investigations will be performed by this way.

Combe, J.-P., et al. (2006). Mapping Titan's Surface With VIMS Data By a Customized Spectral Unmixing Method. DPS Meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
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Coustenis, A., et al. (2006). "Titan's 3-micron spectral region from ISO high-resolution spectroscopy." Icarus 180(1): 176-185.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2006). Full-disk observations of the saturnian moons in the VIS-NIR spectral range by Cassini-VIMS. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2006). A comparative study of Saturn's icy satellites spectrophotometric properties by Cassini/VIMS. 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Beijing, China.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2006). VIS-NIR spectral properties of Saturn's minor icy moons. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hansen, G. B., et al. (2006). Modeling of the Titan Atmosphere to Obtain Surface Albedos From Cassini-VIMS Infrared Spectra. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hansen, G. B., et al. (2006). Recalibration and Rectification of Additional Galileo NIMS Spectral Images of the Galilean Satellites. DPS Meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Hapke, B. W., et al. (2006). Cassini observations of the opposition effect of Saturn's rings 2. Interpretation: Plaster of Paris as an analog of ring particles. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hayne, P. O., et al. (2006). Omacatl and Elpis Maculae as possible sources of windblown dark material, from Cassini VIMS. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hayne, P. O., et al. (2006). Europa's Asymmetric Shell: Stress and Rotation. DPS Meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2006). "High-resolution CASSINI-VIMS mosaics of Titan and the icy Saturnian satellites." Planetary and Space Science 54(12): 1146-1155.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2006). Distribution of Icy Particles Across Enceladus' Surface. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Le Deit, L., et al. (2006). Identification of ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma (Valles Marineris, Mars) with several methods of analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data - geomorphological context. European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany.
    The mineralogical composition of the Martian surface is constrained by analysing the data of the visible and near infrared imaging spectrometer OMEGA onboard Mars Express. We use three independent methods (Spectral Angle Mapper (Kruse et al., 1993), modified Linear Unmixing Model (Combe et al., 2006) and Modified Gaussian Model (Sunshine et al., 1990)) and we detect ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma. Ferric signatures had previously been reported in Valles Marineris, Margaritifer Terra and Terra Meridiani (Gendrin et al., 2005). Ferric oxides appear to be distributed in isolated areas in East Candor Chasma. MOLA altimetry indicates that the oxides are preferentially located in topographic lows (Christensen et al., 2001; Gendrin et al., 2005). THEMIS and MOC images show that the signatures are systematically correlated with superficial deposits of low albedo, at the foot or on Interior Layered Deposits (ILD's). Some sulfates have been identified on some of the ILD's of the region (Gendrin et al., 2005). The spatial distribution of ferric oxides in regard with ILD suggests that they are genetically linked. A remobilization of ferric oxides from the ILD's could explain their accumulation around the ILD's.

Le Deit, L., et al. (2006). Geology of East Candor Chasma, Mars Inferred from Analysis of OMEGA and HRSC Data. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    No. 2115 The analysis of the imaging spectrometer OMEGA data shows spectral signatures of ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma, Valles Marineris. The HRSC images are used to characterise the geomorphological context of the detected signatures.

Le Mouélic, S., et al. (2006). Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express hyperspectral images with a linear unmixing model. European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany.
    The OMEGA imaging spectrometer onboard Mars Express has completed a near global coverage of Mars in 352 spectral channels from 0.3 to 5.1 µm at a spatial resolution ranging from 300 m to 4 km. This unprecedented data set provides the opportunity to investigate the mineralogy of the surface of Mars by looking at diagnostic spectral features in the visible and near infrared domains [1]. We have focused our data reduction approach on the linear unmixing strategies. Working on a pixel by pixel basis, we find the best linear combination of a suite of laboratory spectra of pure minerals which match the OMEGA data. A spectrally flat and dark artificial component is introduced to account for shading effects. Similarly, we use two pure positive and negative slopes to account at first order for continuum slope variations linked to scattering, grain size and photometric effects. This approach allows us to draw several conclusions on the overall mineralogy of the observed regions. In particular, the Syrtis Major area appears dominated by a mixing between low and high Calcium pyroxenes in various amounts, with localized exposures of iron-rich olivines. At a global scale, the southern hemisphere appears enriched in both low-Ca and high-Ca pyroxenes. Signatures of iron oxides are detected in the bright regions of the northern hemisphere. These results agree with those obtained with different approaches such as MGM or ratio images [1,2]. The advantages and limits of the unmixing approach applied to OMEGA hyperspectral images will be discussed. References: [1] Bibring et al. (2005), Science, vol. 307, 5715, 1576-1581. [2] Mustard et al., Science (2005), vol. 307, 5715, 1594-1597.

Le Mouélic, S., et al. (2006). Composition of the Dust on Mars Derived from OMEGA Hyperspectral Images. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    No. 1409 The spectral signatures of bright units of Mars are investigated with OMEGA/Mars Express in order to study the composition of the dust. Spectra are consistent with ferric oxides, and possibly a very minor orthopyroxene component.

Matson, D. L., et al. (2006). "Io: Loki Patera as a magma sea." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 111(E09002).
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Mars surface compositional units and some geological implications from the Mars High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Beijing, China.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Mars Surface Compositional Units and Some Geological Implications from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). EGU 2006 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Mars Surface Compositional Units from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    No. 1757 Mars Express HRSC color data are used to define and map compositional units. These maps suggest there are only a few basic units for most of the surface but their distributions require revising some existing geologic maps and interpretations.

McCord, T. B. and J. C. Castillo (2006). Ceres: Evolution and Present State #2. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    abstract #P51A-1173, (c) 2006: American Geophysical Union
The evolution of Ceres has been modeled (McCord and Sotin, 2005) and shown to predict that Ceres contained considerable water when formed, differentiated to form a hydrated silicate core, water mantle and frozen crust. The presence of water was shown to be critical to moderate the heating. The difference between the current day Vesta and Ceres was explained to depend on the exact time after CAIs that each object formed: early formation meant stronger short-lived radioactive nuclide (SLRN) heating and early loss of water, resulting in a much hotter object, like Vesta. One of the most likely models predicted a moment of inertia (MOI) that was later measured for Ceres (Thomas et al., 2005), confirming that Ceres is differentiated. We have improved on this early modeling attempt in a number of ways. Our results confirm the basic evolution scenario found earlier but show additional interesting aspects, and investigate some major processes, such as convection, mineralization, water loss, and processes taking place in the core: dehydration, magmatic activity, and possible separation of the metallic phase. We derive a series of models, requiring that they match both the shape data and are realistic from a thermal evolution perspective. These models bear a core stratified in hydrated, dehydrated silicate layers, and in some cases a metallic inner core. They all require a time of formation with respect to calcium-aluminum inclusions shorter than 5 My. McCord T. B. and C. Sotin (2005) J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 110. Thomas, P. C. et al. (2005) Nature 437, doi:10- 1038, 1-3. Part of this work was carried out at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under contract to NASA.

McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Mars Surface Compositional Units and Some Geological Implications from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany.
    We are investigating the composition of the Martian surface partly by mapping the small spatial variations of water ice and salt minerals using the spectral images provided by the High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). In order to identify the main mineral components, high spectral resolution data from the Observatoire pour la Mineralogie, l'Eau, les Glaces et l'Activite (OMEGA) imaging spectrometer are used. The join analysis of these two dataset makes the most of their respective abilities and, because of that, it requires a close agreement of their calibration [1]. The first part of this work is a comparison of HRSC and OMEGA measurements, exploration of atmosphere effects and checks of calibration. Then, an attempt to detect and map quantitatively at high spatial resolution (1) water ice both at the poles and in equatorial regions and (2) salts minerals is performed by exploring the spectral types evidenced in HRSC color data. For a given region, these two materials do or could represent additional endmember compositional units detectable with HRSC in addition to the basic units so far: 1) dark rock (basalt) and 2) red rock (iron oxide-rich material) [1]. Both materials also have been reported detected by OMEGA, but at much lower spatial resolution than HRSC. An ice mapping of the north polar regions is performed with OMEGA data by using a spectral index calibrated to ice fraction by using a set of linear combinations of various categories of materials with ice. In addition, a linear spectral unmixing model is used on HRSC data. Both ice fraction maps produce similar quantitative results, allowing us to interpret HRSC data at their full spatial resolution. Low-latitude sites are also explored where past but recent glacial activities have been reported as possible evidence of current water-ice. This includes looking for fresh frost and changes with time. The salt detection with HRSC firstly focused on the Candor Chasma area, where salt have been reported by using OMEGA [2]. The present work extends the analysis to other regions in order to constrain better the general geology and climate of Mars. References: [1] McCord T. B., et al. (2006). The Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera spectrophotometric data: Characteristics and science analysis, JGR, submitted. [2] Gendrin, A., N. Mangold, J-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, B. Gondet, F. Poulet, G. Bonello, C. Quantin, J. Mustard, R. Arvidson, S. LeMouelic (2005), Sulfates in Martian layered terrains: The OMEGA/Mars Express View, Science, 307, 1587-1591

McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). "Composition of Titan's surface from Cassini VIMS." Planetary and Space Science 54(15): 1524-1539.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Titan: Surface composition from Cassini VIMS. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). Titan Surface Composition Analysis Using VIMS. DPS meeting #38, Pasadena, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2006). "Ceres, Vesta, and Pallas: Protoplanets, Not Asteroids." EOS Trans. AGU 87(10): 105,109.
    
Moriconi, M., et al. (2006). Considerations on the Titan topography based on the Cassini-VIMS measurements in the NIR range. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2006). "Photometric properties of Titan's surface from Cassini VIMS: Relevance to Titan's hemispherical albedo dichotomy and surface stability." Planetary and Space Science 54(15): 1540-1551.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2006). Cassini observations of the opposition effect of Saturn's rings-1. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2006). Saturn's Titan: Evidence for Surface Reflectance Change: Implications for Atmospheric and Volcanic Activity. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Neukum, G., et al. (2006). The Geological Evolution of Mars as Seen through the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). EGU 2006 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2006). Global mineralogy of the Moon: A cornerstone to science and exploration. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Pinet, P. C., et al. (2006). Mantle rock surface Mineralogy Mapping in Arid Environment from Imaging Spectroscopy: The Case of the Maqsad Peridotitic Massif in Oman and Implications for the Spectroscopic Study of Exposed Mafic Units on Mars. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, The Woodlands, Texas, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    The massif of Maqsad lies in
a desertic region of Oman and is a large exposure of
mantle rocks. It belongs to one of the largest outcrops
on Earth of oceanic crust and residual mantle. The
massif has been surveyed in December 2002 by
means of an airborne HyMap hyperspectral sensor,
with the generation of a 10x50 km coverage,
produced with a 6 m/pixel spatial resolution and a
spectral information consisting in 128 channels
between 0.4 and 2.5 micron. A campaign of field
spectrometry has also been carried out. These data
have been analyzed by means of methodologies
relying on multidimensional statistics and MGM
deconvolution techniques. The objective is to explore
quantitatively the geological surface heterogeneity at
different spatial scales, ranging from the centimetric
rock-scale to the integrated remote sensing scale of
the observation (10 to 50m), and to provide a mean to
retrieve, from the spectral characteristics, the
lithologies including mixtures of pyroxenes and
olivine, and to access to the petrology variations.

Raymond, C. A., et al. (2006). A Strategy for exploring the asteroid belt with ion propulsion: The status of the Dawn mission. EGU 2006 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Rodriguez, S., et al. (2006). "Cassini/VIMS hyperspectral observations of the HUYGENS landing site on Titan." Planetary and Space Science 54(15): 1510-1523.
    
Rodriguez, S., et al. (2006). Possible detection of local enrichment in water ice in the VIMS observations of the Huygens landing site. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2006). "Dawn Discovery mission to Vesta and Ceres: Present status." Advances in Space Research 38(9): 2043 - 2048.
    Abstract Copyright: COSPAR
Dawn, the ninth Discovery mission, is a journey to the main belt asteroids Vesta and Ceres to attempt to understand the building blocks of the solar system and the processes occurring at the solar system�s earliest epoch. It does this with a spacecraft that utilizes ion propulsion to reach its targets and to maneuver into orbit about these bodies. It carries a framing camera, a visible and infrared mapping spectrometer, and a gamma ray and neutron detector. The mission has passed its critical design review and is scheduled to be launched in June 2006 with arrival at Vesta in 2011 and Ceres in 2015.



Russell, C. T., et al. (2006). "Ceres, Vesta and Pallas: Protoplanets, not Asteroids." EOS Trans. AGU 87(10): 105-109.
    
Sotin, C., et al. (2006). Cassini/VIMS observations of Titan: Geological implications. 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Spencer, J. R., et al. (2006). "The nature of Europa's dark non-ice surface material: Spatially-resolved high spectral resolution spectroscopy from the Keck telescope." Icarus 182(1): 202-210.
    
Tosi, F., et al. (2006). Iapetus, Phoebe and Hyperion: Are they related? 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Tosi, F., et al. (2006). Spectral affinities in the icy moons of Saturn investigated through the G-mode multivariate classification method. AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA.
    
Baines, K. H., et al. (2005). The Depths of Saturn Revealed: Discrete Cloud Systems and Winds at the 2-Bar Level as imaged by Cassini/VIMS. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Baines, K. H., et al. (2005). "The atmospheres of Saturn and Titan in the near-infrared: First results of Cassini/VIMS." Earth Moon and Planets 96(3-4): 119-147.
    
Barnes, J. W., et al. (2005). "A 5-micron-bright spot on Titan: Evidence for surface diversity." Science 310(5745): 92-95.
    
Basilevsky, A. T., et al. (2005). "Morphology and geological structure of the western part of the Olympus Mons volcano on Mars from the analysis of the Mars Express HRSC imagery." Solar System Research 39(2): 85-101.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2005). Cassini VIMS at Saturn: The first 6 months. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Buratti, B. J., et al. (2005). "Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer observations of Iapetus: Detection of CO2." Astrophysical Journal 622(2): L149-L152.
    
Castillo, J. C., et al. (2005). 26AI in the Saturnian System - New Interior Models for the Satunian satellites. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2005). Compositional Mapping of Surfaces in the Saturn System with Cassini VIMS: the Role of Water, Cyanide Compounds and Carbon Dioxide. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2005). Cassini VIMS compositional mapping of Surfaces in the Saturn System and the role of water, cyanide compounds and carbon dioxide. DPS Meeting #37, Cambridge, England, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2005). "Compositional maps of Saturn's moon Phoebe from imaging spectroscopy." Nature 435(7038): 66-69.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2005). "Mapping microphytobenthos biomass by non-linear inversion of visible-infrared hyperspectral images." Remote Sensing of Environment 98(4): 371-387.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2005). Mapping microphytobenthos biomass by spectral mixture modelling. 4th EARSeL workshop on Imaging spectroscopy, Warsaw, Poland.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2005). Methodology of Hyperspectral Reflectance Data Analysis for Mineralogical Mapping of Planetary Surfaces : Application to OMEGA/Mars-Express Images. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Methodology of hyperspectral data analysis is investigated to interpret OMEGA/Mars-Express images. Results of the Modified Gaussian Model (MGM) and a recursive linear unmixing algorithm are compared with previous detection of minerals like hematite.

Coradini, A., et al. (2005). VIR - The dawn mapping spectrometer. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    
Davies, A. G., et al. (2005). "Post-solidification cooling and the age of Io's lava flows." Icarus 176(1): 123-137.
    
Filacchione, G., et al. (2005). Full-disk observations of the Saturn's icy moons by Cassini/VIMS. DPS Meeting #37, Cambridge, England, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Flasar, F. M., et al. (2005). "Titan's atmospheric temperatures, winds, and composition." Science 308(5724): 975-978.
    
Flasar, F. M., et al. (2005). "Temperatures, winds, and composition in the saturnian system." Science 307(5713): 1247-1251.
    
Gendrin, A., et al. (2005). Identification of Predominant Ferric Signatures in Association to the Martian Sulfate Deposits. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    We identify predominant ferric signatures in association to the sulfate deposits mapped by OMEGA. These signatures could suggest that geological processes similar to what happened in Terra Meridiani could have taken place in Valles Marineris as well.

Griffith, C. A., et al. (2005). "The evolution of Titan's mid-latitude clouds." Science 310(5747): 474-477.
    
Hansen, G. B. (2005). "Ultraviolet to near-infrared absorption spectrum of carbon dioxide ice from 0.174 to 1.8 microns." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 110(E11).
    
Hansen, G. B., et al. (2005). Ice Grain Size Distribution: Differences Between Jovian and Saturnian Icy Satellites From Galileo and Cassini Measurements AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hapke, B. W., et al. (2005). Physical Properties of the Saturnian Ring System Inferred from Cassini VIMS Oppositional Observations. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hayne, P. O. (2005). Europa's icy shell: stress and rotation. Department of Geophysics. Palo Alto, CA, Stanford University. MS.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (2005). Thermal Evolution Models for Enceladus Defining the context for the formation of the South Pole thermal anomaly. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2005). Compositional Units on the Mars Surface From the Mars Express HRSC Color Imagery. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2005). Composition of Titan's Surface from Cassini VIMS. DPS Meeting #37, Cambridge, England, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2005). Titan's surface compositional units from the Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS). EGU 2005 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. Sotin (2005). Ceres evolution and Present State. EGU 2005 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. Sotin (2005). "Ceres: Evolution and current state." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 110(E05009).
    (c) 2005: American Geophysical Union
We modeled several thermal evolution scenarios for Ceres to explore the nature of large, wet protoplanets and to predict current-day evidence that might be found by close inspection, such as by the Dawn mission. The density for Ceres is near 2.1, suggesting a water content between 17% and 27% by mass. Short- and long-lived radioactive nuclide heating is considered. Even if only long-lived radionuclide heating is assumed, the water ice in Ceres melts quickly and a water mantle forms, but an approximately 10-km crust does not melt. The circulating warm water would alter the silicates. As heat is lost by conduction through the frozen crust, water begins to freeze out at the base of the crust. Solid-state convection begins and transports more heat as well as perhaps material dissolved or entrained in the water to or near the surface. Ceres' water layer eventually (but perhaps not entirely) freezes, forming a layered density structure with perhaps some liquid water remaining today. Our differentiated models are in agreement with the recently measured difference between the equatorial and polar radii. We find that Ceres' existence and evolution depend critically on it containing water at formation, and this depends strongly on the combination of when it accreted and the amount of 26Al present in the pre-Ceres ~1-km-sized objects; slightly more 26Al or earlier accretion produces a dry Vesta-like object. Melting and freezing plus mineralization would lead to several dimensional changes over time, creating topographic features, zones of weakness, and perhaps disruptions in the crust.




Nelson, R. M., et al. (2005). Cassini VIMS preliminary exploration of Titan's surface hemispheric albedo dichotomy. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (2005). The Cassini VIMS Titan Photometric Control Network Relevance to Understanding Titan's Surface and Atmosphere. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Neukum, G., et al. (2005). Mars: Recent and episodic volcanic, hydrothermal, and glacial activity revealed by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC). 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Orlando, T. M., et al. (2005). "The chemical nature of Europa surface material and the relation to a subsurface ocean." Icarus 177(2): 528-533.
    
Raitala, J., et al. (2005). Mars Express HRSC colors of white rock, Arabia, Mars. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Rodriguez, S., et al. (2005). Complementarity of Radar and Infrared Remote Sensing for the Study of Titan Surface. Workshop on Radar Investigations of Planetary and Terrestrial Environments, Houston, TX.
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Sotin, C., et al. (2005). "Release of volatiles from a possible cryovolcano from near-infrared imaging of Titan." Nature 435(7043): 786-789.
    
Sotin, C., et al. (2005). Mineralogy of the Magnetic Anomaly Site South of Syrtis Derived from OMEGA/Mars Express Hyperspectral Data. 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    This paper analyses hyperspectral data obtained by OMEGA/MarsExpress and compared the mineral maps to magnetic anomalies in the Syrtis Major area. There is no obvious correlation between the magnetic anomaly map and the map of the major constituants.

Sotin, C., et al. (2005). Analysis of VIMS image cubes: clues on Titan's geology. EGU 2005 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, Geophysical Research Abstracts.
    
Turtle, E. P., et al. (2005). Exploring the Surface of Titan with Cassini-Huygens. AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA.
    
Baines, K. H., et al. (2004). Spectral Imaging of Saturn by Cassini/VIMS: Early Science Results. AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA.
    
Bellucci, G., et al. (2004). "Cassini/VIMS observation of an Io post-eclipse brightening event." Icarus 172(1): 141-148.
    
Bellucci, G., et al. (2004). Principal components analysis of Jupiter VIMS spectra. Planetary Ionospheres and Atmospheres Including Cira. A. V. Rodin, D. Rees and S. P. Gupta. 34: 1640-1646.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2004). "The Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS) investigation." Space Science Reviews 115(1-4): 111-168.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2004). The Surface Composition of Saturn's Moon Phoebe As seen by the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer. AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2004). Application of spectral analysis by non-linear quantification algorithm to the study of biomass and mineralogy. Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of Canada-Mineralogical Association of Canada.
    
Gendrin, A., et al. (2004). Derivation of the pyroxene relative abundances using the MGM on the OMEGA dataset. 35th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Paris, France, ESA.
    
Greeley, R., et al. (2004). Geology of Europa. Jupiter: Planet, Satellites, and Magnetosphere. F. Bagenal, T. Dowling and W. B. McKinnon. New York, Cambridge University Press: 329-362.
    
Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2004). "Amorphous and crystalline ice on the Galilean satellites: A balance between thermal and radiolytic processes." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 109(1).
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2004). "Cassini VIMS observations of the Galilean satellites including the VIMS calibration procedure." Icarus 172(1): 104-126.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2004). Titan's Surface Composition from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) Investigation. DPS Meeting #36, Louisville, KY, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2004). Hydrated materials on Europa's surface: Review of current knowledge and latest results. Workshop on Europa's Icy Shell: Past, Present and Future.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. Sotin (2004). Ceres as an exciting objective for exploration. 35th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Paris, France, ESA.
    We modeled several possible thermal evolution scenarios for Ceres in an attempt to explore the nature of wet protoplanets, and to predict current day evidence that might be found by the DAWN mission. Current density for Ceres is near 2.1, suggesting water content between 17 % and 27 % by mass, depending on the density of the rocky material. This is near the 25% predicted for cold solar nebula material available to form Ceres, suggesting little loss of water over the history of Ceres. The surface reflectance spectrum is similar to that of carbonaceous chondrite material and contains absorptions from water of hydration and/or OH in altered minerals. Further, there is evidence of OH, perhaps dissociating from H2O, escaping from Ceres. We studied several models with different heat fluxes and starting scenarios to bracket the possibilities. Short- and long-lived radioactive nuclide heating is considered. We start with a cold body composed of a uniform mixture of 74% silicates (density 3.54) and 26% water ice. Even if only long-lived radionuclide heating is assumed, the water ice in Ceres melts quickly, a water mantle forms, but the crust does not melt. The circulating warm water would alter the silicates, leading to carbonaceous chondrite-like compositions and additional heating. As heat is lost by conduction through the frozen crust, which reaches a minimum thickness of about 10 km, water begins to freeze out at the base of the crust. Solid state convection begins at about a crust thickness of 20 km and is continuous when the crust reaches a thickness of about 28 km. Ceres' water layer continues to freeze but a liquid layer may still exist at the core surface, especially if there is some anti-freeze component. Additional possible sources of heat considered, including short-lived radionuclides and (with less precision and certainty) exothermal mineralization, enhance the melting of water ice and alter the temperature profiles with depth and time but the crust and silicate core do not melt. Water and altered minerals could be entrained in the convecting ice, creating deposits near or on the surface, which might also be distributed by impacts. Melting and freezing plus mineralization would lead to several dimensional changes over time, creating topographic features, zones of weakness and perhaps disruptions and overturning in the crust. Volcanism is possible. Thus, measurements of present day compositional units and topographic features on Ceres' surface and its internal density structure, will be of considerable help in constraining the nature of Ceres' history and that of its sister protoplanets, who helped form Earth.



Nelson, R. M., et al. (2004). VIMS Evidence for Palimpsets on Titan as a Constraint on Widespread Precipitation. AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA.
    
Neukum, G., et al. (2004). "Recent and episodic volcanic and glacial activity on Mars revealed by the High Resolution Stereo Camera." Nature 432: 971-979.
    
Oberst, J., et al. (2004). The HRSC Experiment on Mars Express: First Imaging Results from the Commissioning Phase. AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA.
    
Pappalardo, R. t., et al. (2004). Geology of Ganymede. Jupiter: Planet, Satellites, and Magnetosphere. F. Bagenal, T. Dowling and W. B. McKinnon. New York, Cambridge University Press: 353-396.
    
Russel, C. T., et al. (2004). "Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Present Status." Advances in Space Research 38: 2043-2048.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2004). "Dawn: A journey in space and time." Planetary and Space Science 52(5-6): 465-489.
    
Sotin, C., et al. (2004). Titan's Surface Seen by VIMS/Cassini. AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA.
    
Sykes, M. V., et al. (2004). Dawn Mission Update. DPS Meeting #36, Louisville, KY, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (2004). "The polar contribution to the heat flow of Io." Icarus 169(1): 264-270.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2003). "Observations with the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) during Cassini's flyby of Jupiter." Icarus 164(2): 461-470.
    
Clark, R. N., et al. (2003). "Imaging spectroscopy: Earth and planetary remote sensing with the USGS Tetracorder and export systems." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 108: 5-1 -5-4.
    
Combe, J.-P., et al. (2003). HySens 2002: Assessing microphytobenthos structure with DAIS 7915 hyperspectral data in an intertidal costal zone. 3rd EARSel workshop on imaging spectroscopy.
    
Formisano, V., et al. (2003). "Cassini-VIMS at Jupiter: solar occultation measurements using Io." Icarus 166(1): 75-84.
    
Hansen, G. B., et al. (2003). Ice and non-ice properties of the icy Galilean satellites surfaces from infrared spectra. Forum on Concepts and Approaches for Jupiter Icy Moon Orbiter, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2003). High-spectral-resolution 6 to 12-μm reflection spectroscopy of the icy Galilean satellites. Forum on Concepts and Approaches for Jupiter Icy Moon Orbiter.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2003). Impactor contamination of dark ray craters on Ganymede. 34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2003). "Carbon dioxide on Ganymede." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 108(E5): 5036.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2003). Dawn: A journey in space and time. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. Sotin (2003). The Small Planet Ceres: Models of Evolution and Predictions of Current State. DPS Meeting #35, Monterey, CA, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society.
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Ceres orbits the sun and is large enough ( �1000 km diameter) to have experienced many of the processes normally associated with planetary evolution. Ceres' planet-like nature and survival from the earliest stages of solar system formation make it an extremely important object for understanding this early period as well as basic planetary processes. Thus, DAWN, a new mission to orbit Ceres (and Vesta) was selected. We modeled the plausible thermal evolution scenarios for Ceres and developed predictions of its current state and what DAWN might find. We started with the most likely basic physical properties derived from existing measurements and assumed primitive chondrite-like materials and current available information on the conditions during the early formation of Ceres. Ceres' current low density ( �2) suggests at least 20 % ice content, consistent with reports of OH escaping from the north pole region and models indicating that water can exist near the surface over geologic time. Our models indicate that, even with only long-lived radionuclide heating, Ceres' interior was likely at least warm enough to melt ice and differentiate into rock and ice layers and in the process circulate warm water. More energetic models seem likely. This would have resulted in active chemistry and mineralization and dimensional changes, with further energy and compositional implications. The surface layer probably did not melt and the liquid layer probably has frozen out by now, but the surface and interior expressions of this earlier, perhaps violent, activity, including mineral deposits on the surface and topographic features, might exist today for discovery by DAWN. For example, the relatively high albedo might be due to salts. Organic material evolution is another important possibility. Such discoveries would help greatly to constrain the evolution models for Ceres, other solar system objects and the early solar system.



Russell, C. T., et al. (2003). Dawn mission: A journey in space and time. 34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bellucci, G., et al. (2002). Cassini/VIMS observations of the moon. Lunar Exploration 2000. B. H. Foing and D. J. Heather, Pergamon. 30: 1889-1894.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (2002). Near-infrared spectroscopy of Himalia - an irregular Jovian satellite. 33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Coradini, A., et al. (2002). The DAWN Mapping Spectrometer: a VIRTIS-M heritage. EGS General Assembly, Nice, France.
    
Gendrin, A., et al. (2002). Looking for Pressure Waves in the Martian Atmosphere. EGS General Assembly, Nice, France.
    
Gendrin, A., et al. (2002). Looking for Pressure Waves in the Martian Atmosphere -- A Comparison of ISM and MOLA Data Sets. 33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    Topographic estimates of Mars derived from spectral observations by ISM are compared with direct topography measurements by MOLA. Variations of pressure consistent with pressure waves or Lee vortices are evidenced over the Tharsis volcanoes.

Grundy, W. M., et al. (2002). "The temperature-dependent spectrum of methane ice I between 0.7 and 5 microns and opportunities for near-infrared remote thermometry." Icarus 155(2): 486-496.
    
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Jaumann, R., et al. (2002). Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Expected Results. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2002, Berlin, Germany.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2002). Dawn: eine Discovery Mission zu den Protoplaneten Vesta und Ceres. Planeten und Monde, Leibzig.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2002). Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system. AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA.
    
Jaumann, R., et al. (2002). Dawn, a Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Expected Results. EGS General Assembly, Nice, France.
    
Martin, P. D., et al. (2002). Surface mineralogy of Earth-like planets, moons and small bodies. 36th ESLAB Symposium, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, ESA Publications Division.
    
McCord, T. B. (2002). Hydrated Salt Minerals on Europa, Ganymede and Other Objects: Presence, Origin and Behavior. AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B. (2002). Remote Compositional Analysis: The Coming of Age. AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2002). "Brines exposed to Europa surface conditions." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 107(5004).
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2002). Vesta: Exploration, predictions, and surprises. 65th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Los Angeles, CA.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (2002). "Vesta: Exploration, predictions, and surprises." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 37(7): A117-A117.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2002). Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey in space and time. 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2002). Dawn Discovery mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system. 65th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Los Angeles, CA.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2002). Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system. Jupiter after Galileo and Cassini, Lisbon, Portugal.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (2002). "Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system." Meteoritics & Planetary Science 37(7): A123-A123.
    
Russell, C. T. and The DAWN Science Team (2002). Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Mission Overview. EGS General Assembly, Nice, France.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2001). The Non-ice Material on Callisto. AGU Fall Meeting 2001, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2001). Comparing carbon dioxide distributions on Ganymede and Callisto. 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (2001). "Upper bound on Io's heat flow." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 106(E12): 33021-33024.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2001). Galilean satellite surface non-ice constituents: New results from the Cassini/Huygens VIMS Jupiter flyby in the context of the Galileo NIMS results. 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2001). Galilean Satellite Surface Composition: New Cassini VIMS Observations and Comparison With Galileo NIMS Measurements. AGU Fall Meeting 2001, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2001). "Hydrated salt minerals on Ganymede's surface: Evidence of an ocean below." Science 292(5521): 1523-1525.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2001). Simulation of exposure of brines to Europa's surface. 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2001). "Thermal and radiation stability of the hydrated salt minerals epsomite, mirabilite, and natron under Europa environmental conditions." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 106(E2): 3311-3319.
    
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Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2000). Amorphous and crystalline ice on the Galilean satellites: A balance between thermal and radiolytic processes. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hansen, G. B. and T. B. McCord (2000). The Distribution of Amorphous and Crystalline Ice on Ganymede. AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2000). Distributions of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide on the surface of Callisto. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
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Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (2000). The Distribution of Carbon Dioxide on Ganymede. AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA.
    
Hinrichs, J. L., et al. (2000). Near-IR reflectance temperature sensitivity: Lunar soils, meteorites, and minerals. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B. (2000). "Surface composition reveals icy Galilean satellites' past." EOS Trans. AGU 81(19): 209.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2000). Non-ice Materials on Ganymede and the Other Icy Galillean Satellites. AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2000). Behavior of hydrated sulfates and carbonates under Europa surface conditions. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (2000). Salts on Europa: Formation and Stability. AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA.
    
Van Keulen, L., et al. (2000). The effect of grain size on the near-infrared relectance spectra of some hydrated salt minerals. 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, Tx, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Brown, R. H., et al. (1999). "Water ice on Nereid." Icarus 139(2): 374-378.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (1999). "Hydrogen peroxide on the surface of Europa." Science 283(5410): 2062-2064.
    
Chyba, C. F., et al. (1999). Europa and Titan: Preliminary recommendations of the Campaign Science Working Group on Prebiotic Chemistry in the Outer Solar System. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Denk, T., et al. (1999). Europa's colors observed by Galileo-SSI: Yellow mottled terrain on the leading side, brown mottled terrain on the trailing side. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Fanale, F. P., et al. (1999). "Galileo's multi-instrument spectral view of Europa's surface composition." Icarus 139(2): 179-188.
    
Hibbitts, C. A., et al. (1999). Possible exogenic and impact origins for carbon dioxide on the surface of Callisto. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Martin, P. D., et al. (1999). Ganymede's surface: Less water-ice on the leading hemisphere? 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1999). "Hydrated salt minerals on Europa's surface from the Galileo near-infrared mapping spectrometer (NIMS) investigation." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 104(E5): 11827-11851.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1999). Evidence for hydrated salt minerals on Europa's surface. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1999). Properties of hydrated saltings including under Europa conditions. 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1999). "Discussion of the 1.04 μm water ice absorption band in the Europa NIMS spectra and a new NIMS calibration." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 104(E11): 27157-27162.
    
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McCord, T. B., et al. (1998). Salts on Europa's surface from the Galileo NIMS investigation. 29th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1998). "Salts on Europa's surface detected by Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer." Science 280(5367): 1242-1245.
    
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Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1995). "Indications of sulfate minerals in the Martian soil from Earth-based spectroscopy." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 100(E7): 14433-14441.
    
Boardman, J. W., et al. (1995). Mapping target signatures via partial unmixing of of AVIRIS data. Summaries, Fifth JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, vol. 1. Pasadena, JPL Publications 95-1. 1: 23-26.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (1995). "Galileo infrared observations of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 G impact fireball: A preliminary report." Geophysical Research Letters 22(12): 1557-1560.
    
Granahan, J., et al. (1995). Icy Galilean satellite spectral/image data cubes. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 27: 1168.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1995). "Stealth plumes on Io." Geophysical Research Letters 22(23): 3293-3296.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1995). "Ground-based Observations of Io." Reviews of Geophysics, Supplement(July 1995): 505-508.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1995). Interpretation of spectral compositional units on the icy Galilean satellites. 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1995). Callisto and Ganymede observation plans for the Galileo near infrared mapping spectrometer (NIMS) investigation. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 27: 1169.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1995). Remote monitoring of the coastal marine environment using the AAHIS Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System. Third Thematic Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments. Seattle, WA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1995). Detection of meteoroids entering the Earth's atmosphere. 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1995). "Detection of a meteoroid entry into the Earth's atmosphere on February 1, 1994." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 100(E2): 3245-3249.
    
Perry, D. L., et al. (1995). Predicted and measured thermal infrared signatures of Kilauea lava tubes. AGU National Spring Meeting 1995, Baltimore, MD.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (1995). The Diana discovery mission: A solar electric propulsion mission to the Moon and a comet. 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Smythe, W. D., et al. (1995). "Galilean satellite observation plans for the near-infrared mapping spectrometer experiment on the Galileo spacecraft." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 100(E9): 18957-18972.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1995). "Eos, Koronis, and Maria family asteroids: Infrared (JHK) Photometry." Icarus 114(1): 186-196.
    
Voelker, M. A., et al. (1995). Advanced airborne hyperspectral imaging system (AAHIS): An imaging spectrometer for maritime applications. SPIE Annual Conference. 2480: 357-367.
    
Birk, R. J. and T. B. McCord (1994). Airborne hyperspectral sensor systems. IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference, Dayton, OH.
    
Birk, R. J. and T. B. McCord (1994). "Airborne hyperspectral sensor systems." IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine 9(10): 26-33.
    
Coombs, C. R., et al. (1994). Compositional unit interpretation on the icy Galilean satellites. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 26: 1158.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1994). Lunar orbital imaging spectroscopy for scientific analysis and human exploration planning: The MinMap experiment. COSPAR 1994 Symposium, Hamburg, Germany.
    
Hui, J., et al. (1994). NIMS science objectives and observational plans for Ganymede during the Galileo tour. 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hui, J., et al. (1994). NIMS science objectives and observational plans for Ganymede during the Galileo tour. Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano, CA, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute.
    
Lopes-Gautier, R., et al. (1994). Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science objectives and observational plans for Io. 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). The Galileo mission Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Galilean satellites. European Geophysical Society Meeting, Grenoble France.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). The Galileo mission Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Galilean satellites. 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). Remote observations of meteoroid events on Earth. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 26: 1164.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). A hyperspectral sensor and investigation of shallow water sensing. International Symposium on Spectral Sensing Research 1994, San Diego, CA.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). The Galileo Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Jupiter icy satellits. Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano, CA, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). "Galileo infrared imaging spectrometry measurements at the Moon." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 99(E3): 5587-5600.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1994). Compositional units on the surface of Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano, CA, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute.
    
Ocampo, A., et al. (1994). Galileo-s Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science objectives and observational plans for Europa. 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Ocampo, A. C., et al. (1994). Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science observation plan for Europa. Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano, CA, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute.
    
Orton, G. S., et al. (1994). "Spatial organization and time dependence of Jupiter's tropospheric temperatures." Science 265(5172): 625-631.
    
Russell, C. T., et al. (1994). Maximizing the scientific return of low cost planetary missions using solar electric propulsion. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 26: 1091.
    
Segura, M., et al. (1994). NIMS-Callisto science objectives and observational plans. 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Segura, M., et al. (1994). NIMS Callisto science objectives and observational plans. Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano, CA, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute.
    
Susner, N., et al. (1994). A hyperspectral image processing system. International Symposium on Spectral Sensing Research 1994, San Diego, CA.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1994). "Io's heat flow from infrared radiometry: 1980-1993." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 99(E8): 17095-17162.
    
Weissman, P. R., et al. (1994). Galileo NIMS thermal observations of asteroid 243 Ida and 1993(243)I. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 26: 1156.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (1993). Preliminary report of lunar observations by the Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) during the second Galileo Earth-Moon encounter. 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hapke, B. (1993). Theory of Reflectance and Emittance Spectroscopy. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1993). Lunar Scout missions: Galileo encounter results and applications to scientific problems and exploration requirements. 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1993). "Galileo NIMS infrared imaging spectrophotometry measurements at the Moon during the first Earth-Moon encounter, December 1990." EOS Trans. AGU 74.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1993). MinMap: An imaging spectrometer for high resolution compositional mapping of the Moon. 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Weissman, P. R., et al. (1993). Galileo NIMS thermal observations of asteroid 951 Gaspra. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 1993, Belgirate, Italy, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1992). Planetary astronomy using the UH/PGD visible to near IR spatially modulated imaging Fourier transform spectrometer. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 24.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1992). Ferric mineralogy of the Martian south polar region. 23rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (1992). "Near-infrared mapping spectrometer experiment on Galileo." Space Science Reviews 60(1-4): 457-502.
    
Hanner, M. S., et al. (1992). "The dust coma of comet P/Giacobini-Zinner in the infrared." Astronomical Journal 104(1): 386-393.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1992). First results from the Galileo NIMS (Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer) IR imaging spectrophotometry measurements of the Moon during the first Earth-Moon  encounter. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 24.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1992). IRAS Minor Planet Survey, NTIS.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1991). Mars surface compositional variability from groundbased imaging spectroscopy during 1988 and 1990. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 23: 1175.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1991). A search for spectral units on the Uranian satellites using color ratio images. 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute. 21: 473-489.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1991). High spectral resolution 0.4-0.8 μm observations of Mars during 1988 and 1990. 22nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Carlson, R. W., et al. (1991). "Galileo infrared imaging spectroscopy measurements at Venus." Science 253(5027): 1541-1548.
    
Cruikshank, D. P., et al. (1991). "Solid C triple bond N bearing material on outer solar system bodies." Icarus 94(2): 345-353.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1991). "Observations of the Moon during the December 1990 Earth-Moon encounter." EOS Trans. AGU 72: 182.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. Hanson (1991). Review and analysis of the Hawaii space industry. Honolulu, HI, Pacific Space Center, University of Hawaii.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). High resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 22: 1061.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). Groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars during 1988 and 1990: Instrumentation and data reduction/interpretation strategies for the future of planetary spectroscopy. Scientific Results of the NASA-Sponsored Study Project on Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Tectonics, and Volatiles (MEVTV), LPI Technical Report 90-06: 69-70.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). Groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars during 1988 and 1990: Instrumentation and methodologies for the future of planetary spectroscopy. 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1990). "Can iron oxide/hyrdoxide minerals be identified on the Martian surface from groundbased VIS-NIR spectra?" LPI Technical Report 90-06: 67-68.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1990). Can iron oxide/hydroxide minerals be identified on the Martian surface from groundbased VIS-NIR spectra? 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). Imaging spectroscopy of Mars (0.4-1.1 μm) during the 1988 opposition. 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute. 20: 479-486.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). "Observational evidence of crystalline iron-oxides on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 95(B9): 14,447-414,461.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). Comparison of new groundbased and Phobos-2 VSK color ratio data for Mars. Scientific Results of the NASA-Sponsored Study Project on Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Tectonics, and Volatiles (MEVTV), LPI Technical Report 90-06: 71-72.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1990). Comparison of new groundbased and Phobos-2 VSK color ratio data for Mars. 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bibring, J.-P., et al. (1990). The observation of the surface of Mars by the ISM instrument on board the Phobos 2 spacecraft. 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1990). Earthbased telescopic observations of Mars in the 4.4-5.1 micron region. 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). Iron oxide minerals on Mars: New constraints based on new 1988 high resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 21: 954.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1989). Spectral unit analysis of the Uranian satellites from Voyager 2 images. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 21: 987.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1989). "Mars - near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition." Icarus 77(1): 21-34.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). "Mars during the 1988 opposition." EOS Trans. AGU 70(4): 50.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). "Mars during the 1988 opposition: High resolution imaging and spectroscopy." EOS Trans. AGU 70: 50.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). High spectral resolution 0.3-1.0 μm spectroscopy and imaging of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Characterization of Fe mineralogies. Fourth International Conference on Mars, Tucson, AZ.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). Iron oxide mineralogy on Mars: New results based on high resolution imaging spectroscopy during 1988. 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1989). "Crystalline iron oxides on Mars: Implications for surface mineralogy and past and present physical and chemical weathering environments." EOS Trans. AGU 70: 1171.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). Mid-Infrared spectroscopy of Mars between 4.4 μm and 5.5 μm--Indications of a 4.5 μm adsorption. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 21: 955.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). "Mid-Infrared spectroscopy of Mars between 4.4 μm and 5.15 μm--Indications of a 4.5 μm adsorption." EOS Trans. AGU 70(43): 1171.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). "An observational search for carbonates on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth and Planets 94(B8): 10,159-110,166.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). Telescopic spectrometric observations of Mars between 3.5 μm and 4.2 μm--Evidence for compounds containing H-S. Fourth International Conference on Mars, Tucson, AZ.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). Infrared spectroscopy on Mars between 3.2 and 4.2 μm. 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1989). Telescopic detection of sulfur compounds on Mars. 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1989). The IRAS asteroid and comet survey. Asteroids II. R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 269-281.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1989). Groundbased telescopic spectrophotometric observations of the Mars surface: An historical perspective, recent observations, and the potential relationship to ISM and OMEGA-VIMS measurements. International Symposium on the First Results of the PHOBOS-Mars Mission and Future Space Exploration of Mars, Paris, France.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (1989). Physical properties of Aten, Apollo and Amor asteroids. Asteroids II. R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 442-467.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1989). Classification of IRAS asteroids. Asteroids II. R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 290-297.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1989). Three-parameter asteroid taxonomy classifications. Asteroids II. R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 1151-1161.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1989). "A three-parameter asteroid taxonomy." Astronomical Journal 97: 580-606.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1989). "Radiometry of near-Earth asteroids." Astronomical Journal 97(4): 1211-1219.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1989). Asteroid results from the IRAS survey. Asteroids II. R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews. Tucson, University of Arizona Press: 282-289.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1988). Iron oxide minerals on Mars: New constraints based on new 1988 high resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 20: 954.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1988). Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition: Final results. 19th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar Planetary Institute.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1988). "0.3-2.6 μm observation of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Regional variations in Fe-oxides and H2O and CO2 frosts." EOS Trans. AGU 69: 1286.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1988). Near-Infrared imaging of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Distribution and composition of frosts, Fe-oxides, and global dust. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, American Astronomical Society. 20: 848.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1988). Preliminary results and overview of spectral remote sensing observations of Mars during the 1988 opposition. MECA Workshop on Dust on Mars, III, LPI Technical Report 89-01.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1988). Constraints on the origin of the 3.8 μm Mars absorption feature. 19th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Blaney, D. L. and T. B. McCord (1988). High spectral resolution telescopic observations of Mars to study salts and clay minerals. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 20: 848.
    
Goguen, J. D., et al. (1988). "Io hot spots: Infrared photometry of satellite occulations." Icarus 76: 465-484.
    
Johnson, R. E., et al. (1988). "Analysis of Voyager images of Europa - plasma bombardment." Icarus 75(3): 423-436.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1988). "Io: Evidence for silicate volcanism in 1986." Science 242(4883): 1280-1283.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1988). "Infrared light-curves of asteroids 532 Herculina and 45 Eugenia: Proof of the absence of significant albedo markings." Icarus 75(3): 518-526.
    
Liu, Y. A., et al. (1988). "Studies in Magnetochemical Engineering: Part IV. A Fluidized-Bed Superconducting Magnetic Separation Process for Dry Coal Desulfurization." Powder Technology 56(4): 259-277.
    
McCord, T. B., Ed. (1988). Reflectance spectroscopy in Planetary Science: Review and strategy for the future, NASA SP-493.
    
McCord, T. B., ed. (1988). Report on the Pacific ISY Conference: A Planning Meeting for the International Space Year, University of Hawaii Press: 91 pps.
    
McCord, T. B. (1988). "Review of remote detection of minerals on planetary surfaces." Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 196: 34-GEOC.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1988). IRAS observations of asteroids. Comets to Cosmology. A. Lawrence. New York, Springer-Verlag: 19-26.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1987). Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition. MEVTV Workshop on Nature and Composition of Surface Units on Mars, LPI Technical Report 88-05, 22-24.
    
Bell III, J. F. and T. B. McCord (1987). "Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition, preliminary findings." EOS Trans. AGU 68: 1341.
    
Hanner, M. S., et al. (1987). "Comet Sugano-Saigusa-Fujikawa (1983v). A small Puzzling Comet." Astronomical Journal 94(4): 1081-1087.
    
McCord, T. B. (1987). "Space resources - Breaking the bonds of Earth " Science 238(4832): 1447-1448.
    
Nelson, R. M., et al. (1987). "Spectral geometric albedos of the Galilean satellites from 0.24 - 0.34 micrometers: Observations with the International Ultraviolet Explorer satellite." Icarus 72(2): 358-380.
    
Roush, T. L., et al. (1987). The Spectral Reflectance, 0.6 to 4.3 microns, of Particulate Mineral-Water Ice Mixtures. 18th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Tedesco, E. F., et al. (1987). "IRAS constraints on the sizes of Pluto and Charon." Nature 327: 127-129.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1987). "The nucleus of comet P/Arend-Rigaux." Astronomical Journal 94: 169-173.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1987). "Radiometry of Deimos." Astronomical Journal 94: 1361-1363.
    
Gear, W. K., et al. (1986). "Multifrequency observations of blazers II.  The variability of the 1 micron and 2 micron continuum." Astrophysics Journal 204: 295-304.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1986). The IRAS asteroid thermal model. IRAS Asteroid and Comet Survey. D. L. Matson: 7-1 to 7-18.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1986). "A refined 'standard' thermal model for asteroids based on observations of 1 Ceres and 2 Pallas." Icarus 68(2): 239-251.
    
Lucey, P. G., et al. (1986). "A compositional study of the Aristarchus region of the Moon using near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 91(B4): D344-D354.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1986). "IRAS Survey of Asteroids." Advances in Space Research 6(7): 47-56.
    
Nelson, M. L., et al. (1986). "Europa - Characterization and interpretation of global spectral surface units." Icarus 65(1): 129-151.
    
Veeder, G. J. (1986). The IRAS asteroid data. IRAS Asteroid and Comet Survey. D. L. Matson: 2-1 to 2-54.
    
Walker, R. G., et al. (1986). "IRAS Observations of Comets." Advances in Space Research 6(7): 57-66.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1985). "Asteroid-29 amphitrite - Surface characteristics and prospects for the Galileo flyby." Meteoritics 20(4): 606-606.
    
Bell III, J. F., et al. (1985). "Asteroid-29 amphitrite - Surface-composition and spectral variations." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 97(596): 892-893.
    
Gear, W. K., et al. (1985). "Multifrequency observations of blazers I. The shape of the 1 micron to 2 micron continuum." Astrophysics Journal 291: 511-517.
    
Hanner, M. S., et al. (1985). "The dust coma of periodic comet Churymov-Gerasimenko (1982 VIII)." Icarus 64(1): 11-19.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1985). "Submillimeter observations of the asteroid 10 Hygiea." Icarus 63(2): 192-200.
    
McCord, T. B. and D. L. Blaney (1985). Summary of NIMS Sand Painting Data Analysis, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (1985). "Near-Earth asteroids - Possible sources from reflectance spectroscopy." Science 229(4709): 160-163.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1985). "The nature of crater rays - the Copernicus example." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 90(B14): 12393-12413.
    
Vilas, F., et al. (1985). "Physical parameters of near-Earth asteroid 1982 DV." Icarus 63(2): 201-205.
    
Hanner, M. S. and G. J. Veeder (1984). "JHK photometry of comet Bowell (1982 I)." Icarus 60(3): 445-448.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1984). "Volcanic Hotspots on Io: Stability and longitudinal distribution." Science 226(4671): 134-137.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (1984). "Mineralogical-petrological characterization of near-Earth asteroids." Icarus 59(1): 25-40.
    
Eaton, N., et al. (1983). "Observations of asteroids in the 3- to 4- micron region." Icarus 55(2): 245-249.
    
Hanner, M. S., et al. (1983). "Infrared photometry of the dust in Comets." Astronomical Journal 89: 162-169.
    
King, T. V. V., et al. (1983). "Mineralogical classification and interpretation of asteroid spectra in the 0.3-0.9 μm Range." Meteoritics 18(4): 324-325.
    
McCord, T. B. (1983). Solar pond development in the Pacific Oceania. 18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1983). "Infrared (JHK) Photometry of Asteroids II." Astronomical Journal 88(7): 1060-1063.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1983). "The R asteroids reconsidered." Icarus 55(1): 117-180.
    
Clark, R. N. and T. B. McCord (1982). "Mars residual north polar cap - Earth-based spectroscopic confirmation of water ice as a major constituent and evidence for hydrated minerals." Journal of Geophysical Research 87(B1): 367-370.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1982). An example of the application of a procedure for determining the extent of erosional and depositional features and rock and soil units in the Kharga Oasis region, Egypt, using remote sensing. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, First Thematic Conference: "Remote sensing of arid and semi-arid lands", 19-25 January, 1982, Cairo, Egypt. Ann Arbor, MI, Center Remote Sens. Information and Analysis, Environmental Research Institute: 909-919.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1982). "Mars - near-infrared spectral reflectance of surface regions and compositional implications." Journal of Geophysical Research 87(B4): 3021-3032.
    
McCord, T. B. and members of the National Academy Science (1982). A strategy for Earth Sciences from space in the 1980's-Part I: Solid Earth and ocean, National Academy of Science.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1982). "Mars - Definition and characterization of global surface units with emphasis on composition." Journal of Geophysical Research 87(B12): 10129-10148.
    
Meloy, A., et al. (1982). Kauai vegetation mapping project for the state of Hawaii, Hawaii Forestry Division.
    
Veeder, G. J. and D. L. Matson (1982). Asteroid results expected from IRAS. The Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) and the Asteroids. W. C. Wells: 117-139.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1982). "Infrared (JHK) photometry of asteroids." Astronomical Journal 87(5): 834-839.
    
Gaddis, L., et al. (1981). Characterization and distribution of pyroclastic units in the Rima Bode region of the Moon. 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Hawke, B. R., et al. (1981). Small lunar dark-mantle deposits of probable pyroclastic origin. Reports of the Planetary Geology Program, 1980-1981, NASA TM-82385: 512-514.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1981). Remote sensing of basalts in the solar system. The Terrestrial Planets: 439-440.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1981). "The albedo and diameter of 1862 Apollo." Icarus 48(2): 335-338.
    
McCord, T. B. (1981). "Developments in the use of spectral signature for mapping the surface of solar system objects other than the Earth." Advances in Space Research 1(10): 3-17.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1981). Remote detection of olivine, pyroxene and plagioclase: Analysis of three lunar sites. 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1981). "Moon - near-infrared spectral reflectance, a first good look." Journal of Geophysical Research 86(B11): 10883-10892.
    
Newburn, R. L., et al. (1981). "Interference-filter photometry of periodic comet Ashbrook-Jackson." Astronomical Journal 86(3): 469-475.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1981). Copernicus' Peak: Possible cumulate olivine. 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Smith, W. H., et al. (1981). "High spectral resolution imagery of Saturn." Icarus 46(2): 256-262.
    
Veeder, G. J. and M. S. Hanner (1981). "Infrared photometry of comets Bowell and P/Stephan-Oterma." Icarus 47(3): 381-387.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1981). "The diameter and albedo of 1943 Anteros." Icarus 46(2): 281-284.
    
Clark, R. N. and T. B. McCord (1980). "The rings of Saturn - New near-infrared reflectance measurements and a 0.326-4.08 μm summary." Icarus 43(2): 161-168.
    
Clark, R. N. and T. B. McCord (1980). "The Galilean satellites - New near-infrared spectral reflectance measurements (0.65-2.5 μm) and a 0.325-5 μm summary." Icarus 41(3): 323-339.
    
Cruikshank, D. P. and T. B. McCord (1980). Spectrophotometric remote sensing of planets and satellites. Infrared Astronomy: Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 96. Kona, HI, Dordrecht D Reidel Publishing Co: 57-87.
    
Hawke, B. R., et al. (1980). Remote sensing studies of the Apollo 16 - Descartes region. Workshop on Apollo 16. O. B. James and F. Horz. Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute: 44-46.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1980). Sulpicius Gallus Pyroclastic Deposits, Southwestern Serenitatis Region of the Moon: Preliminary Studies. 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1980). Definition and characterization of Mars global surface units: Preliminary unit maps. 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (1980). "Visible spectral reflectance measurements (0.33-1.1 μm) of the Galilean satellites at many orbital phase angles." Icarus 44(2): 410-430.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1980). Near-infrared lunar spectra: Patterns in the increasing data set. 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1980). "Late high-titanium basalts of the western Maria - Geology of the Flamsteed region of Oceanus Procellarum." Journal of Geophysical Research 85(B7): 3913-3938.
    
Veeder, G. J. and D. L. Matson (1980). "The relative reflectance of Iapetus at 1.6 and 2.2 microns." Astronomical Journal 85: 969-972.
    
Hawke, B. R., et al. (1979). Multispectral imaging of lunar crater deposits. Proceedings of Conference on Lunar Highlands Crust. Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute: 50-52.
    
Hawke, B. R., et al. (1979). Multispectral mapping of the Apollo 15-Apennine region: The identification and distribution of regional pyroclastic deposits. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Head III, J. W. and T. B. McCord (1979). Lunar highlands volcanism: Geologic and remote sensing data on domes of possible extrusive origin. Proceedings of Conference on Lunar Highlands Crust. Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute: 61-62.
    
Larson, H. P. and G. J. Veeder (1979). Infrared spectral reflectance of asteroid surfaces. Asteroids. T. Gehrels: 724-744.
    
McCord, T. B. (1979). A lunar polar orbiter reflectance spectrometer experiment. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, Tx, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. N. Clark (1979). "Atmospheric extinction 0.65-2.50  μm above Mauna Kea." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 91(542): 571-576.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. N. Clark (1979). "Jupiter and Saturn: Near-infrared spectral albedo." Icarus 40: 180-188.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. N. Clark (1979). "The Mercury soil - Presence of Fe2+." Journal of Geophysical Research 84(NB13): 7664-7668.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. N. Clark (1979). The Mercury soil: Presence of Fe2+. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1979). Newly defined IR electronic absorption features in telescopic reflectance spectra: The lunar case. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1979). "Lunar multispectral maps - Part II of the lunar nearside." Icarus 37(1): 1-28.
    
McGetchin, T. R. and T. B. McCord (1979). Remote sensing of volcanic gases: Current status and future directions, Summary. Lunar Science Institute Workshop, Houston, TX.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1979). Mare Crisium geologic units: Implications of additional remote sensing data. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX, Pergamon Press, Inc. 3: 2967-2973.
    
Singer, R. B. and T. B. McCord (1979). Mars: Large scale mixing of bright and dark materials and properties of dark materials. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, Lunar and Planetary Institute.
    
Singer, R. B. and T. B. McCord (1979). Mars: Large scale mixing of bright and dark surface materials and implications for analysis of spectral reflectance. 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX, Pergamon Press. 2: 1835-1848.
    
Singer, R. B., et al. (1979). "Mars surface-composition from reflectance spectroscopy - A Summary." Journal of Geophysical Research 84(B14): 8415-8426.
    
Adams, J. B., et al. (1978). "Mare Crisium - Regional stratigraphy and geologic history." Geophysical Research Letters 5(4): 313-316.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1978). The detection of soils of Fra Mauro basalt and anorthositic gabbro composition in the lunar highlands by remote spectral reflectance techniques. 8th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX: 1049-1061.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1978). "Asteroid surface materials - Mineralogical characterizations from reflectance spectra." Space Science Reviews 21(5): 555-628.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1978). Regional stratigraphy and geologic history of Mare Crisium. Mare Crisium: The View from Luna 24. R. B. Merrill and J. J. Papike. New York, Pergamon Press: 43-74.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1978). Geologic characteristics of lunar highland volcanic domes (Gruithuisen and Mairan region) and possible eruption conditions. 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Head III, J. W. and T. B. McCord (1978). "Imbrian-age highland volcanism on the Moon - The Gruithuisen and Mairan domes." Science 199(4336): 1433-1436.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1978). "Definition and detailed characterization of lunar-surface units using remote observations." Icarus 33(1): 145-172.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1978). "Visual and radiometric photometry of 1580 Betulia." Icarus 35(3): 336-343.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1978). Infrared observations of asteroid surfaces from earth and space. Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment. D. Morrison and W. C. Wells. University of Chicago, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office. NASA Conf. Publ. 2053: 127-144.
    
McCord, T. B. (1978). Asteroid surface mineralogy: Evidence from Earth-based telescope observations. Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment. D. Morrison and W. C. Wells. University of Chicago, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office. NASA Conf. Publication 2053: 109-128.
    
McCord, T. B. (1978). Optical remote sensing of asteroid surfaces from spacecraft. Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment. D. Morrison and W. C. Wells. University of Chicago, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office. NASA Conf. Publication 2053: 265-274.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1978). "Mars - Near-infrared spectral reflectance and compositional implications." Journal of Geophysical Research 83(B11): 5433-5441.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1978). Mars: Remote spectral identification of H2O frost and mineral hydrates. 2nd Colloquium on Planetary Water and Polar Processes, Hanover, New Hampshire.
    
McCord, T. B. and R. B. Singer (1978). Characterization of Mars surface units. 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Pieters, C. M. and T. B. McCord (1978). Distribution of basalt types on the front side of the Moon. 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1978). "Visual and infrared photometry of asteroids." Astronomical Journal 83: 651-663.
    
Zisk, S., et al. (1978). Topographic evolution of Mare Crisium and its relation to Mare filling. 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1977). The detection of Fra Mauro basalts in the lunar highlands by remote spectral reflectance techniques and implications for crystal stratigraphy. 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Gaffey, M. G. and T. B. McCord (1977). Asteroid surface materials from reflectance spectroscopy: A review. The Interrelated Origin of Comets, Asteroids and Meteorites. A. H. Delsemme, Proceedings IAU 39: 199-218.
    
Gaffey, M. G. and T. B. McCord (1977). Mineralogical characterizations of asteroid surface materials from relectance spectroscopy: A review. 3rd Princeton/AIAA Conference on Space Manufacturing Facilities.
    
Gaffey, M. G. and T. B. McCord (1977). Asteroid surface materials: Mineralogical characterizations and cosmological implications. 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1977). "Mining outer space." Mercury 6: 1-9.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1977). "Mining outer space." Technology Review 79(7): 50-59.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1977). Regional stratigraphy and geologic history of Mare Crisium. Mare Crisium: The view from Luna 24. Houston, Texas, Pergamon Press, Inc.: 43-74.
    
Huguenin, R. L., et al. (1977). Mars: Surface mineralogy from reflectance spectra. 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1977). Asteroid infrared reflectances and compositional implications. Comets-Asteroids, Meteorites, Interrelations, Evolution and Origins. A. H. Delsemme. Toledo, University of Toledo: 229-241.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1977). Soil maturity and planetary regoliths: The Moon, Mercury, and the asteroids. 8th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX: 1001-1011.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1977). "Photometric imaging of Mars during 1973 opposition." Icarus 31(3): 293-314.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1977). "Spectral reflectance of Martian areas during 1973 opposition - Photoelectric filter photometry 0.33-1.10 microns." Icarus 31(1): 25-39.
    
McFadden, L. A., et al. (1977). "Vesta - 1st pyroxene band from new spectroscopic measurements." Icarus 31(4): 439-446.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1977). Geology and geochemistry of the Flamsteed region of Oceanus Procellarum: A preliminary report based on remote sensing and lunar samples information. 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1977). "Photometry of the asteroid 1876 AA at 0.56 and 2.2 microns." Icarus 31: 424-426.
    
Adams, J. B., et al. (1976). "The search for Imbrium ejecta using remote spectral reflectance measurements." Interdisciplinary Studies by the Imbrium Consortium II: 79-90.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1976). Age-color relationships in the lunar highlands. 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston. TX, Pergamon Press. 3: 2579-2592.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1976). Age--color relationships in the lunar highlands. 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1976). Asteroids surface materials. 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1976). Asteroids: A source of natural resources for terrestrial and extraterrestrial applications. 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. D. R. Criswell. Houston, TX, Pergamon Press: 143-157.
    
Head III, J. W., et al. (1976). Definition and detailed characterization of lunar surface units using remote observation. 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Matson, D. L., et al. (1976). Asteroids and comparative planetology. 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston. TX, Pergamon Press. 3: 3603-3627.
    
McCord, T. B. (1976). The George R. Wallace, Jr.  Astrophysical Observatory. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 8: 267-268.
    
McCord, T. B. (1976). "Multispectral mapping of solar-system objects." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 14(3): 135-140.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1976). Multiband photometry in the visible and near-infrared, NASA: 52-55.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1976). "Multispectral mapping of lunar-surface using ground-based telescopes." Icarus 29(1): 1-34.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1976). Spectral reflectance maps of the lunar frontside. 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
McCord, T. B. and F. Vilas (1976). "Spectral reflectance measurements (0.33-1.06 microns) 1974/1975." Icarus 28: 593-599.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1976). "Spectrophotometry (0.33 to 1.07 microns) of 433-Eros and compositional Implications." Icarus 28(1): 105-115.
    
Pieters, C. M. and T. B. McCord (1976). "Mare Basalt Types Returned by Luna 24." EOS Trans. AGU 57(12): 947-947.
    
Pieters, C. M. and T. B. McCord (1976). Characterization of lunar mare basalt types: I. A remote sensing study using reflection spectroscopy of surface soils. 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX, Pergamon Press. 3: 2677-2690.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1976). "Regional basalt types in Luna 24 landing area as derived from remote observations." Geophysical Research Letters 3(11): 697-700.
    
Veeder, G. J., et al. (1976). "Photometry of 433 Eros from 0.65 to 2.2 microns." Icarus 28(1): 79-85.
    
Vilas, F. and T. B. McCord (1976). "Mercury - Spectral Reflectance Measurements (0.33-1.06 microns) 1974/1975." Icarus 28(4): 593-599.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1975). "Determination of iron content of lunar soils using remote spectral reflectance measurements." EOS Trans. AGU 56(12): 1013-1013.
    
Huguenin, M. and T. B. McCord (1975). Telescope automation. Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation. Cambridge, Mass, MIT Press.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1975). "Asteroids: Infrared photometry at 1.25, 1.65, and 2.2 microns." Astrophysics Journal 197: 527-531.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1975). "Evidence for frost on Rhea's surface." Icarus 24(4): 428-432.
    
McCord, T. B. (1975). Operators' Manual--24-inch telescope computer control system, Wallace Observatory. Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation. Cambridge, Mass, MIT Press: 235-239.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. Bosel (1975). Potential usefulness of CCD imagers in astronomy. Symposium on Charge-Coupled Device Technology.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1975). Performance of the MIT silicon vidicon imaging system at the telescope. International Conference on Image Processing Techniques in Astronomy. Utrecht: 91-96.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. R. Chapman (1975). "Asteroids - Spectral reflectance and color characteristics." Astrophysical Journal 195(2): 553-562.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. R. Chapman (1975). "Asteroids - Spectral reflectance and color characteristics .2." Astrophysical Journal 197(3): 781-790.
    
McCord, T. B. and M. J. Frankston (1975). "Silicon diode array vidicons at the telescope - Observational experience." Applied Optics 14(6): 1437-1446.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1975). Image processing systems developed at MIT to handle silicon vidicon images and spectra of astronomical objects. International Conference on Image Processing Techniques in Astronomy. Utrecht: 329-334.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1975). The MIT automated optical telescope. Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation. Cambridge, Mass, MIT Press: 108-123.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1975). Geochemical and geological units of Mare Humorum: Definition using remote sensing and lunar sample information. 6th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Pieters, C. M. and T. B. McCord (1975). Classification and distribution of lunar mare basalt types. Proceedings of the Conference on Origins of Mare Basalts and Their Implications for Lunar Evolution. Houston, TX, Lunar Science Institute: 125-129.
    
Adams, J. B., et al. (1974). Orange glass: Evidence for regional deposits of pyroclastic origin on the moon. 5th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX. 1: 171-176.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1974). "Application of remote spectral reflectance measurements to lunar geology classification and determination of titanium content of lunar soils." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 79(11): 1605-1613.
    
Huguenin, R. L., et al. (1974). "Mars - Origin of High Albedo Materials." EOS Trans. AGU 55(4): 342-342.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1974). Spectral reflectance of 72275 from Boulder 1, Station 2, Apollo 17. Consortium Indomitable. 1: 157-160.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1974). The use of groundbased telescopes in determining the composition of the surfaces of solar system objects. Cosmochemistry of the Moon and Planets, Proc. Soviet-American Conference.
    
McCord, T. B. and M. J. Gaffey (1974). "Composition of asteroid surfaces." EOS Trans. AGU 55(4): 337-337.
    
McCord, T. B. and M. J. Gaffey (1974). "Asteroids - Surface composition from reflection spectroscopy." Science 186(4161): 352-355.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1974). Evidence for regional occurrence of orange glass and related soils. 5th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1974). "Lunar-Surface - Identification of dark mantling material in Apollo 17 soil samples." Science 183(4130): 1191-1194.
    
Veeder, G. J. (1974). "The local mass density." Astrophysics Letters Journal 191: L57-L58.
    
Veeder, G. J. (1974). "Luminosities and temperatures of M dwarf stars from infrared photometry." Astronomical Journal 79: 1056-1072.
    
Veeder, G. J. (1974). "Old disk flare stars." Astronomical Journal 79: 702-704.
    
Adams, J. B., et al. (1973). "Visible and near-infrared transmission and reflectance measurements of Luna-20 soil." Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 37(4): 731-743.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1973). Apollo 16: Further evidence for vitrification darkening of lunar soils. 4th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1973). Vitrification darkening in the lunar highlands and identification of Descartes material at the Apollo 16 site. 4th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX: 163-177.
    
Chapman, C. R., et al. (1973). "Asteroid spectral reflectivities." Astronomical Journal 78(1): 126-140.
    
Chapman, C. R., et al. (1973). "Minor planets and related objects. X. Spectrophotometric study of composition of (1685) Toro." Astronomical Journal 78(6): 502-505.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1973). "Use of Charge-Transfer Bands for Lunar Geologic Mapping." EOS Trans. AGU 54(4): 360-360.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1973). "Asteroid Surface Materials." EOS Trans. AGU 54(11): 1124-1125.
    
Gaffey, M. J. and T. B. McCord (1973). "Spectral Reflectivity of Meteorites - Can Classes Be Distinguished." EOS Trans. AGU 54(4): 351-351.
    
Huguenin, R., et al. (1973). "Mechanism for Formation of Goethite and Limonite on Mars." EOS Trans. AGU 54(4): 347-347.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1973). "Mare-Humorum - Integrated study of spectral reflectivity." Icarus 19(2): 224-229.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1973). "Progress in remote optical analysis of lunar surface composition." The Moon 7(3-4): 453-474.
    
McCord, T. B. and C. R. Chapman (1973). "Spectral reflectivities of 36 more asteroids." EOS Trans. AGU 54(11): 1124-1124.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1973). "Distribution of Pyroxene Composition and Titanium Content across Lunar Front Side." EOS Trans. AGU 54(4): 354-354.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1973). "Dark Mantling Material of Apollo-17 - Its Nature and Aerial Extent as Seen by Earth Based Instruments." EOS Trans. AGU 54(4): 349-349.
    
Pieters, C. M., et al. (1973). "Lunar black spots and nature of Apollo-17 landing area." Journal of Geophysical Research 78(26): 5867-5875.
    
Pilcher, C. B., et al. (1973). "Spectroscopy of Jupiter - 3200 to 11,200-A." Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 30(2): 302-307.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1972). Lunar Samples: Progress in Interpreting Telescopic Spectral Reflectivity Measrements. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 370.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1972). Optical evidence for average pyroxene composition of Apollo 15 samples. The Apollo Fifteen Lunar Samples: 10 - 13.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1972). Electronic spectra of pyroxenes and interpretation of telescopic spectral reflectivity curves of the Moon. 3rd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX. 3: 3021-3034.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1972). Optical evidence for regional cross contamination of highland and mare soils. 3rd Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX.
    
Chapman, R. C. and T. B. McCord (1972). Asteroid Surface Compositions. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 369.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1972). "Spectrophotometry (0.3 to 1.1 microns) of visited and proposed Apollo lunar landing sites." The Moon 5: 52-89.
    
Charette, M. P., et al. (1972). "Lunar geology classification." EOS Trans. AGU 53(11): 1037-&.
    
Gaffey, M., et al. (1972). Evidence from Mariner '69 Pictures Concerning Eolian Processes as a Crater Degradation Mechanism on Martian Surface. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 373.
    
Huguenin, R. L. and T. B. McCord (1972). Why Mars is Red. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 371.
    
McCord, T. B. (1972). Wallace Observatory, MIT, Observatrory Report. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. V. 4: 187-188.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1972). "Asteroid spectral reflectivity - Measurement and basis for interpretation." EOS Trans. AGU 53(4): 434-&.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1972). "Mercury - Interpretation of optical observations." Icarus 17(3): 585-588.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1972). Mercury: Surface Composition From the Reflection Spectrum. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 370.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. B. Adams (1972). "Mercury - Surface composition from reflection spectrum." Science 178(4062): 745-747.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1972). Lunar Spectral Types Explained. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 370.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. Bosel (1972). Silicon vidicon astronomy at MIT. Conference on Astronomical Observations with Television Type Sensors, Vancouver, University of British Columbia.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1972). "Lunar spectral types." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 77(8): 1349-1359.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1972). "Computer controlled telescope and data system. Instrumentation in Astronomy." Proc. SPIE 28: 283-286.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1972). "The MIT automated astrophysical observatory." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 84: 133.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1972). "Methane distribution on Jupiter." EOS Trans. AGU 53(11): 1037-&.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1972). "Two-dimensional silicon vidicon astronomical photometer." Applied Optics 11(3): 522-526.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1972). Two Dimensional Digital Vidicon Photometry of the Planets. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 362.
    
Pilcher, C. B., et al. (1972). Spectroscopy of Jupiter: 3200 to 11200. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 4: 361.
    
Pilcher, C. B., et al. (1972). "Galilean Satellites - Identification of water frost." Science 178(4065): 1087-1089.
    
Westphal, J. A. and T. B. McCord (1972). "A silicon vidicon photometer." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 84: 133.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). "Alteration of lunar optical properties - Age and composition effects." Science 171(3971): 567-571.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). Spectral reflectivity: Optical properties of mineral separates, glass and anorthositic fragments from Apollo Mare samples. 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX. 3: 2183-2195.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). Optical Properties of mineral separates, glass, and anorthositic fragments from Apollo mare samples. 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX. Vol. 2: 2183-2195.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). Lunar optical properties: Age and composition effects. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 3: 280.
    
Chapman, C. R., et al. (1971). Spectral reflectivity studies of 12 asteroids (0.3 to 1.1). Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 3: 279.
    
Chapman, C. R., et al. (1971). A review of spectrophotometric studies of asteroids. Physical Studies of Minor Planets, NASA SP-267. SP-267: 51-65.
    
Goetz, A. F. H., et al. (1971). Apollo 12 Lunar Orbital Multispectral Photography Experiment. Abstracts of the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Lunar and Planetary Science Institute. Vol. 2: 20 - 21.
    
Goetz, A. F. H., et al. (1971). Apollo 12 Lunar Orbital multispectral photography experiment. 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings. Houston, TX. 3: #1015, 2301-2310.
    
Huguenin, R. L. and T. B. McCord (1971). "Surfaces of solar-system bodies." EOS Trans. AGU 52(7): 471-483.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1971). "Comet Bennett 1969 I - Narrow-band filter photometry 0.3 to 1.1 Microns." Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 83(491): 93-94.
    
Johnson, T. V. and T. B. McCord (1971). Spectral geometric albedo of the Galilean satellites - 0.3 to 2.5. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 3: 279.
    
Johnson, T. V. and T. B. McCord (1971). "Spectral geometric albedo of Galilean Satellites, 0.3 to 2.5 microns." Astrophysical Journal 169(3): 589-594.
    
Johnson, T. V., et al. (1971). "Mare Humorum - Study of spectral reflectivity." EOS Trans. AGU 52(11): 856-&.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1971). Lunar spectral types. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. V. 3: 280.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1971). "Mars - Spectral albedo (0.3-2.5μm) of small bright and dark regions." Icarus 14(2): 245-251.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1971). "Saturn and its satellites - Narrow-band spectrophotometry (0.3-1.1 μm)." Astrophysical Journal 165(2): 413-424.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1971). Saturn's Satellites: Narrowband spectral photometry (0.3 - 1.1). Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 3: 280.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1971). "Mars - Narrow-band photometry, from 0.3 to 2.5 Microns, of surface regions during 1969 apparition." Astrophysical Journal 168(1): 141-153.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1971). Two-Dimensional Digital Vidicon Photometry of Mars. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 3: 446.
    
Pilcher, C. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). "Narrowband photometry of bands of Jupiter." EOS Trans. AGU 52(6): 480-&.
    
Pilcher, C. B. and T. B. McCord (1971). "Narrow-band photometry of bands of Jupiter." Astrophysical Journal 165(1): 195-201.
    
Westphal, J. A. and T. B. McCord (1971). An application of the silicon vidicon to astronomical photometry. Astronomical Use of Television-Type Image Sensors. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center. SP256: 107-108.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1970). Remote sensing of lunar surface mineralogy: Implications from visible and near-infrared reflectivity of Apollo 11 samples. Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon. 3: 1937-1945.
    
Goetz, A. F. H., et al. (1970). Apollo 12 multispectral photography experiment. Apollo 12 Preliminary Science Report. NASA Manned Spacecraft Center: 103-112.
    
Johnson, T. V. and T. B. McCord (1970). "Galilean Satellites - Spectral reflectivity 0.30-1.10 micron." Icarus 13(1): 37-42.
    
Lebofsky, L. A., et al. (1970). "Saturn's Rings - Spectral reflectivity and compositional implications." Icarus 13(2): 226-230.
    
Lebofsky, L. A. and T. B. McCord (1970). "Nature and composition of Saturn's rings." EOS Trans. AGU 51(4): 339-&.
    
Masursky, H., et al. (1970). "Television Experiment for Mariner Mars-1971." Icarus 12(1): 10-45.
    
McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1970). "Spectral reflectivity of Martian surface." EOS Trans. AGU 51(4): 343-&.
    
McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1970). "Lunar spectral reflectivity (0.30 to 2.50 microns) and implications for remote mineralogical analysis." Science 169(3948): 855-858.
    
McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1970). Ground-based reflection spectroscopy of lunar surface regions and comparison with results from Apollo 11 samples. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 2: 237.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1970). "Asteroid Vesta - Spectral reflectivity and compositional implications." Science 168(3938): 1445-1447.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1970). "Spectral reflectivity of lunar surface." EOS Trans. AGU 51(4): 338-&.
    
McCord, T. B. and J. A. Westphal (1970). A colometric study of Mars during the 1969 apparition. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. Vol. 2: 237.
    
Pilcher, C. B. and T. B. McCord (1970). "Narrowband photometry of bands of Jupiter." EOS Trans. AGU 51(11): 771-&.
    
Veeder, G. J. and H. Zirin (1970). "The chromospheric magnetograph." Solar Physics 12(3): 291-402.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1969). "Interpretation of new spectral reflectivity measurements of light and dark areas on Mars." Transactions-American Geophysical Union 50(4): 231-&.
    
Adams, J. B. and T. B. McCord (1969). "Mars - Interpretation of spectral reflectivity of light and dark regions." Journal of Geophysical Research 74(20): 4851-4856.
    
McCord, T. B. (1969). "Color differences on the lunar surface." Journal of Geophysical Research 74(12): 3131-3142.
    
McCord, T. B. (1969). "Comparison of reflectivity and color of bright and dark regions on the surface of Mars." Astrophysical Journal 156(1P1): 79-86.
    
McCord, T. B. (1969). The spectral reflectivity of dark and light areas on the surface of Mars. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1: 216-217.
    
McCord, T. B. (1969). "Time Dependence of Lunar Differential Color." Astronomical Journal 74(2): 273-278.
    
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McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1969). "Narrowband colorimetry of satellites and asteroids." Transactions-American Geophysical Union 50(4): 232-&.
    
McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1969). "Relative spectral reflectivity 0.4-1/μ of selected areas of the lunar surface." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 74(17): 4395-4401.
    
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McCord, T. B. and T. V. Johnson (1969). Narrow-Band Colorimetry of Some of the Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 1: 252.
    
McCord, T. B., et al. (1969). "Differences between proposed Apollo sites 2. Visible and infrared reflectivity evidence." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 74(17): 4385-4388.
    
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Murray, B. C., et al. (1969). Compositional differences between the prime Apollo sites suggested by visible and IR evidence.
    
Goody, R. and T. B. McCord (1968). "Continued search for Venus airglow." Planetary and Space Science 16(3): 343-&.
    
McCord, T. B. (1968). "A double beam astronomical photometer." Applied Optics 7(3): 475-478.
    
McCord, T. B. (1968). "Loss of retrograde satellites in the solar system." Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 73(4): 1497-1500.
    
McCord, T. B. (1968). "An observational study of lunar differential color." Transactions-American Geophysical Union 49(1): 224-&.
    
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McCord, T. B. (1967). "Observational study of lunar visible emission." Journal of Geophysical Research 72(8): 2087-2097.
    
McCord, T. B. (1966). "Dynamical evolution of the Neptunian system." Astronomical Journal 71(7): 585-590.
    

 

Barnes, J. W., C. Sotin, J. M. Soderblom, A. G. Hayes, M. Donelan, R. H. Brown, S. Rodriguez, S. Le Mouelic, K. H. Baines, and T. B. McCord (2014), Specular Reflections from Titan's Punga Mare Seen by Cassini/VIMS Indicate Surface Roughness: Waves?, paper presented at 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, LPI, The Woodlands, Texas, March 17-21, 2014, #1947.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, M. C. De Sanctis, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, A. Frigeri, F. Zambon, S. Fonte, E. Palomba, D. Turrini, T. N. Titus, S. E. Schröder, M. Toplis, J.-Y. Li, J.-P. Combe, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2014), Vesta surface thermal properties map, Geophysical Research Letters, 41, 1438-1443, DOI: 10.1002/2013GL059026.

Combe, J.-P., E. Ammannito, M. C. De Sanctis, F. Tosi, T. B. McCord, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russel (2014), Vesta's Surface OH and H2O Investigated Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy, paper presented at 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Woodlands, Texas, March 17-21, 2014, #2170.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, J. P. Combe, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, C. A. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2014), Vesta Mineralogy in the Light of Dawn, paper presented at Vesta in the Light of Dawn: First Exploration of a Protoplanet in the Asteroid Belt, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 2014, #2020.

Jaumann, R., G. Neukum, D. Tirsch, E. Hauber, H. Hoffmann, T. Roatsch, K. Gwinner, F. Scholten, V. Ansan, D. Baratoux, G. DiAchille, T. Duxbury, G. Erkeling, B. Foing, F. Fueten, S. van Gasselt, S. Gupta, J. W. Head, H. Hiesinger, W. H. Ip, H. U. Keller, M. Kleinhans, T. Kneissl, L. Le Deit, N. Mangold, T. B. McCord, G. Michael, J. P. Muller, J. Murray, A. Pacifici, T. Platz, P. Pinet, M. Pondrelli, J. Raack, D. Reiss, A. P. Rossi, T. Spohn, M. Sowe, K. Stephan, L. Wendt, and D. A. Williams (2014), The Martian Geomorphology as Mapped by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC): Implications for Geological Processes and Climate Conditions, paper presented at 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, LPI The Woodlands, Texas, March 17-21, 2014, #1772.

Matson, D. L., A. G. Davies, J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, T. V. Johnson, J. C. Castillo-Rogez, and J. I. Lunine (2014), CO2 Venting and Ice Formation of Enceladus' Surface, paper presented at 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, Texas, March 17-21, 2014, #1286.

Reddy, V., L. Le Corre, A. Nathues, J. Y. Li, T. B. McCord, M. J. Gaffey, C. T. Russel, and C. A. Raymond (2014), Vesta Surface Colors and Mineralogy, paper presented at Vesta in the Light of Dawn: First Exploration of a Protoplanet in the Asteroid Belt, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 3-4 February, 2014, #2035.

Singh, S., V. F. Chevrier, A. Wagner, M. Leitner, M. Gainor, L. Roe, T. Cornet, and J. P. Combe (2014), Solubility of Acetylene in Liquid Hydrocarbons Under Titan Surface Conditions, paper presented at 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, Texas, March 17-21, 2014, #2850.

Turrini, D., J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, N. Oklay, J. B. Vincent, T. H. Prettyman, H. Y. McSween, G. J. Consolmagno, M. C. DeSanctis, L. Le Corre, A. Longobardo, E. Palomba, and C. T. Russell (2014), The Contamination Of The Surface Of Vesta By Impacts And The Delivery Of The Dark Material, eprint arXiv:1401.6152.

Ammannito, E., M. C. Sanctis, F. Capaccioni, M. Teresa Capria, F. Carraro, J.-P. Combe, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, S. P. Joy, A. Longobardo, G. Magni, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, E. Palomba, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Polanskey, C. A. Raymond, J. M. Sunshine, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, and C. T. Russell (2013), Vestan lithologies mapped by the visual and infrared spectrometer on Dawn, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 401, DOI: 10.1111/maps.12192.

Barnes, J. W., B. J. Buratti, E. P. Turtle, J. Bow, P. A. Dalba, J. Perry, R. H. Brown, S. Rodriguez, S. L. Mouelic, K. H. Baines, C. Sotin, R. D. Lorenz, M. J. Malaska, T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, P. O. Hayne, P. D. Nicholson, J. M. Soderblom, and L. A. Soderblom (2013), Precipitation-Induced Surface Brightenings Seen On Titan By Cassini VIMS And ISS, Planetary Science, 2 (1), 1-22, DOI: 10.1186/2191-2521-2-1.

Buratti, B. J., P. A. Dalba, M. D. Hicks, V. Reddy, M. V. Sykes, T. B. McCord, D. P. O'Brien, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, L. A. McFadden, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, S. Marchi, C. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013), Vesta, Vestoids, and HEDs: Dawn, Ground-based, and RELAB Observations, paper presented at 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 18-22, 2013, #1845.

Buratti, B. J., P. A. Dalba, M. D. Hicks, V. Reddy, M. V. Sykes, T. B. McCord, D. P. O'Brien, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, L. A. McFadden, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, S. Marchi, C. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013), Vesta, Vestoids, and the HED Meteorites: Interconnections and Differences Based on Dawn Framing Camera Observations, Journal of Geophysical Research, 118 (10), 1991-2003, DOI: 10.1002/jgre.20152.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, S. Schroeder, M. C. DeSanctis, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, E. Palomba, T. N. Titus, J. P. Combe, M. Toplis, J. Sunshine, J. Y. Li, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2013), High thermal Inertia Areas on the Surface of Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, EPSC, London, UK, 2013, EPSC2013-2976.

Combe, J., T. B. McCord, D. Matson, and T. V. Johnson (2013), Nature and Origin of CO2 on Enceladus, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 2013, #P53B-1862.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, A. Frigeri, F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, E. Palomba, A. Longobardo, M. T. Capria, J. P. Combe, S. Marchi, T. M. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013), Mineralogical Diversity Across Vesta: Identification of Different Lithologies, paper presented at 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 18-22, 2013, #1881.

DeSanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, F. Capaccioni, J.-P. Combe, A. Frigeri, A. Longobardo, G. Magni, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, Y. J. Li, L. A. McFadden, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013), Vesta's Mineralogical Composition as Revealed by the Visible and Infrared Spectrometer on Dawn, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48 (11), 2166-2184, DOI: 10.1111/maps.12138.

Hayne, P. O., D. A. Paige, A. P. Ingersoll, M. A. Judd, O. Aharonson, L. Alkali, S. Byrne, B. Cohen, A. Colaprete, J. P. Combe, C. Edwards, B. L. Ehlmann, W. Feldman, E. Foote, B. T. Greenhagen, Y. Liu, P. G. Lucey, B. Malphrus, T. McClanahan, D. J. McCleese, T. B. McCord, C. Neish, M. Poston, G. Sanders, N. Schorghofer, R. G. Sellar, M. A. Siegler, and R. Staehle (2013), New Approaches to the Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping: Study Overview and Results of the First Workshop, paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Laurel, Maryland, October 14-16, 2013, #7043.

Jaumann, R., G. Neukum, E. Hauber, H. Hoffmann, T. Roatsch, K. Gwinner, F. Scholten, G. Di Achille, T. C. Duxbury, G. Erkeling, S. van Gasselt, S. Gupta, J. W. Head, H. Hiesinger, W. H. Ip, H. E. Keller, M. G. Kleinhans, T. Kneissl, L. Le Deit, T. B. McCord, J. Muller, J. J. Murray, A. Pacifici, T. Platz, P. C. Pinet, D. Reiss, A. Rossi, T. Spohn, D. Tirsch, and D. A. Williams (2013), The Martian Geomorphology as Mapped by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC): Implications for Geological Processes and Climate Conditions, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 2013, #P31C-09.

Jaumann, R., K. Otto, A. Nass, K. Krohn, T. McCord, D. Williams, A. Yingst, J.-P. Combe, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, C. DeSanctis, K. Stephan, H. Hiesinger, D. Blewett, V. Reddy, L. LeCorre, C. Raymond, and C. Russell (2013), The Geology of Vesta's Dark Material, paper presented at EGU 2013 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 7-12, 2013, EGU2013-2885.

Li, J.-Y., J. P. Combe, A. Longobardo, F. Capaccioni, M. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, S. E. Schroder, B. W. Denevi, V. Reddy, C. T. Russel, and C. A. Raymond (2013), The Photometric Properties of Vesta in Visible and Near-Infrared from Dawn VIR Instrument, paper presented at 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 18-22, 2013, #2343.

McCord, T. (2013), Ceres: Models, Observations and What Dawn Might Find, paper presented at Eurpean Planetary Science Congress, EPSC Abstracts, London, Great Britain, September, 2013, EPSC2013-2129-2012.

McCord, T., P. Hayne, and C. Sotin (2013), Titan's Surface Composition from Cassini VIMS Solar Occultation Observations, paper presented at EGU 2013 General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, April 7-12, 2013, EGU2013-6192.

McCord, T. B., and J. Combe (2013), Composition of Vesta and Ceres from Dawn: Findings, Expectations and Implications (Invited), paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 2013, #P44A-01.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, and C. Sotin (2013), Constraints on Titan's Surface Composition Using VIMS Solar Occultation Measurements, paper presented at 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 18-22, 2013, #1687.

McSween, H. Y., R. P. Binzel, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, T. H. Prettyman, A. W. Beck, V. Reddy, L. Corre, M. J. Gaffey, T. B. McCord, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013), Dawn; the Vesta-HED connection; and the Geologic Context for Eucrites, Deogenites, and Howardites, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48 (11), 2090-2104, DOI: 10.1111/maps.12108.

Russell, C. T., C. A. Raymond, E. Ammannito, U. Christensen, M. T. Capria, M. C. DeSanctis, R. Jaumann, A. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, A. Nathues, C. Pieters, T. Prettyman, D. Smith, M. V. Sykes, M. T. Zuber, D. L. Buczkowski, U. Carsenty, and D. A. Williams (2013), Memories of Vesta / Hopes for Ceres, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, London, UK, September 8-13, 2013, EPSC2013-2250.

Russell, C. T., C. A. Raymond, R. Jaumann, H. Y. McSween, M. C. Sanctis, A. Nathues, T. H. Prettyman, E. Ammannito, V. Reddy, F. Preusker, D. P. O'Brien, S. Marchi, B. W. Denevi, D. L. Buczkowski, C. M. Pieters, T. B. McCord, J.-Y. Li, D. W. Mittlefehldt, J.-P. Combe, D. A. Williams, H. Hiesinger, R. A. Yingst, C. A. Polanskey, and S. P. Joy (2013), Dawn completes its mission at 4 Vesta, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 48, 2076-2089, DOI: 10.1111/maps.12091.

Russell, C. T., C. A. Raymond, H. Y. McSween, R. Jaumann, A. Nathues, M. C. DeSanctis, T. H. Prettyman, T. B. McCord, C. A. Polanskey, and S. P. Joy (2013), Two Small Planets: vesta Revealed and Ceres Anticipated, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2013, AGU, San Francisco, CA, December 9-13, 2013, #P51A-1720.

Titus, T. N., K. Becker, F. Tosi, M. T. Capria, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, J.-Y. Li, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2013), Analysis of Temperature and Thermal Inertia of the Surface of Vesta Using Dawn VIR Survey Observations, paper presented at 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, Texas, March 18-22, 2013, #2400.

Turrini, D., J. P. Combe, T. McCord, N. Oklay, J. B. Vincent, T. Prettyman, H. Y. McSween, G. J. Consolmagno, M. C. De Sanctis, L. Le Corre, A. Longobardo, E. Palomba, and C. T. Russell (2013), Investigating the Secular Contamination of the Surface of Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, London, UK, September 8-13, 2013, EPSC2013-2920.

Wu, Y., S. Besse, J.-Y. Li, J.-P. Combe, Z. Wang, X. Zhou, and C. Wang (2013), Photometric correction and in-flight calibration of Chang' E-1 Interference Imaging Spectrometer (IIM) data, Icarus, 222 (1), 283-295, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.11.010.

Ammannito, E., M. C. De Sanctis, S. Fonte, G. Magni, F. Capaccioni, F. Carraro, M. T. Capria, M. Farina, A. Frigeri, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, D. Blewett, J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, D. W. Mittlefehldt, H. Y. McSween, C. M. Pieters, J. M. Sunshine, T. N. Titus, M. Toplis, S. P. Joy, C. A. Polanskey, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Vesta and the HED Meteorites: Comparison of Spectral Properties, LPI Contributions, 1667, 6326.

Ammannito, E., M. C. De Sanctis, S. Fonte, G. Magni, F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, M. T. Capria, D. Blewett, J. P. Combe, M. Farina, T. B. McCoord, D. W. Mittlefehldt, E. Palomba, H. McSween, C. Pieters, J. Sunshine, T. N. Titus, M. Toplis, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, and N. Giesen (2012), Vesta and the HED meteorites: comparison of spectral properties, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012.

Barnes, J. W., B. J. Buratti, E. P. Turtle, J. Bow, P. A. Dalba, J. Perry, R. H. Brown, S. Rodriguez, S. LeMouelic, K. H. Baines, C. Sotin, R. D. Lorenz, M. J. Malaska, T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, P. Hayne, P. D. Nicholson, J. M. Soderblom, and L. A. Soderblom (2012), VIMS Near-Infrared Imaging and Spectra of Precipitation-Associated Surface Changes, paper presented in Titan Through Time; Unlocking Titan's Past, Present and Future, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, April 3-5, 2012, p. 51.

Barnes, J. W., B. J. Buratti, E. P. Turtle, J. Bow, P. A. Dalba, J. Perry, S. Rodriguez, S. Lemouelic, K. H. Baines, C. Sotin, R. D. Lorenz, M. J. Malaska, T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, P. Hayne, P. D. Nicholson, J. M. Soderblom, and L. A. Soderblom (2012), Cassini/VIMS Spectra and Time-Evolution of Precipitation-Associated Surface Brightenings on Titan, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2762.

Barnes, J. W., B. J. Buratti, E. P. Turtle, J. Bow, P. A. Dalba, J. Perry, S. Rodriguez, S. LeMouelic, K. H. Baines, C. Sotin, R. D. Lorenz, M. J. Malaska, T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, P. O. Hayne, P. D. Nicholson, J. M. Soderblom, and L. A. Soderblom (2012), Dark and Bright Albedo Changes in the Wake of a Titan Rainstorm, paper presented at AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, October, 2012.

Blewett, D. T., B. L. Young, D. A. Williams, D. P. O'Brien, R. Gaskell, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, D. L. Buczkowski, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, P. M. Schenk, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, V. Reddy, M. De Sanctis, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, and N. Giesen (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-3701.

Blewett, D. T., B. L. Young, D. A. Williams, D. P. O'Brien, R. Gaskell, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, D. L. Buczkowski, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, P. M. Schenk, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, V. Reddy, M. De Sanctis, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, and N. Giesen (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1245.

Capaccioni, F., M. C. De Sanctis, A. Nathues, E. Ammannito, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, E. Palomba, A. Frigeri, L. Le Corre, V. Reddy, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, F. Preusker, B. Denevi, T. McCord, and N. Giesen (2012), Mineralogical Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia and Av-9 Numisia Quadrangles of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 1, 2012, EGU2012-8584.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, A. Ammannito, D. Turrini, J.-P. Combe, M. Toplis, T. N. Titus, J. Sunshine, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2012), Local Thermal Inertia on the Surface of Vesta, paper presented at Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2012, Niigata, Japan, May 16-20, 2012, #6103.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, E. Ammannito, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, T. N. Titus, J.-P. Combe, M. Toplis, J. Sunshine, M. Fulchignoni, C. T. Russel, C. A. Raymond, and N. Giesen (2012), Local thermal properties of the surface of Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-7459.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, M. C. de Sanctis, E. Palomba, E. Ammannito, T. N. Titus, J.-P. Combe, M. Toplis, J. Sunshine, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2012), Thermal Inertia Variations on the Surface of Vesta from the Dawn Data, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1863.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, M. C. De Sanctis, F. Capaccioni, S. Schroeder, E. Palomba, E. Ammannito, T. N. Titus, J.-P. Combe, O. Forni, M. Toplis, J. Sunshine, J.-Y. Li, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2012), Local thermal inertia on the surface of Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012, EPSC2012-2844.

Combe, J.-P., M. Fulchinioni, T. B. McCord, E. Ammannito, M. C. De Sanctis, A. Nathues, F. Capaccioni, A. Frigeri, R. Jaumann, L. Le Corre, E. Palomba, F. Preusker, V. Reddy, K. Stephan, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, and N. Giesen (2012), Mineralogical Mapping of the Av-5 Floronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-6462.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, A. Longobardo, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, D. Turrini, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, E. Palmer, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, and D. Team (2012), OH and H2O on Vesta under the moonlight, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, E. Palomba, M. C. De Sanctis, T. H. Prettyman, C. M. Pieters, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Water and other volatiles on Vesta after the lunar case, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2463.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, A. Longobardo, G. Magni, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, L. A. Mc Fadden, H. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Vesta Mineralogy after Dawn global Observations, paper presented at AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, October, 2012.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, A. Longobardo, G. Magni, s. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, L. McFadden, H. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russel, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, and J. Sunshine (2012), Dawn at Vesta: distribution of different minerals, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, A. Longobardo, G. Magni, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, L. McFadden, H. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, and J. Sunshine (2012), Hyperspectral views of Vesta details: LAMO results, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, F. Capaccioni, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, G. Magni, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, and N. Giesen (2012), Characterization of Mineralogy across Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-4876.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, F. Capaccioni, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, G. Magni, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Overview of Vesta Mineralogy Diversity, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1444.

De Sanctis, M. C., E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, F. Zambon, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, R. Jaumann, G. Magni, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, A. Nathues, E. Palomba, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, M. J. Toplis, and D. Turrini (2012), Spectroscopic Characterization of Mineralogy and Its Diversity Across Vesta, Science, 336 (6082), 697-700, DOI: 10.1126/science.1219270.

De Sanctis, M. C., J.-P. Combe, E. Ammannito, E. Palomba, A. Longobardo, T. B. McCord, S. Marchi, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. M. Pieters, J. Sunshine, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, F. Carraro, S. Fonte, A. Frigeri, G. Magni, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, and D. Turrini (2012), Detection of Widespread Hydrated Materials on Vesta by the VIR Imaging Spectrometer on board the Dawn Mission, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 758, L36.

De Sanctis, M. C., A. Nathues, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, A. Frigeri, L. Le Corre, R. Jauman, E. Palomba, C. M. Pieters, V. Reddy, K. Stephan, F. Tosi, A. Yingst, F. Zambon, M. A. Barucci, D. T. Blewett, M. T. Capria, J.-P. Combe, B. W. Denevi, H. U. Keller, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. McSween, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, J. Sunshine, M. Toplis, and J. Y. Li (2012), First Mineralogical Maps of 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1902.

Denevi, B. W., E. I. Coman, D. T. Blewett, D. W. Mittlefehldt, D. L. Buczkowski, J.-P. Combe, M. C. De Sanctis, R. Jaumann, J. Y. Li, S. Marchi, A. Nathues, N. E. Petro, C. M. Pieters, P. Schenk, N. Schmedemann, S. Schroder, J. M. Sunshine, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Regolith Depth, Mobility, and Variability on Vesta from Dawn's Low Altitude Mapping Orbit, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1943.

Denevi, B. W., E. I. Coman, U. Carsenty, D. T. Blewett, D. W. Mittlefehldt, D. L. Buczkowski, J. P. Combe, M. T. Capria, M. C. De Sanctis, R. Jaumann, J. Y. Li, S. Marchi, A. Nathues, N. E. Petro, C. M. Pieters, P. Schenk, N. Schmedemann, S. Schroder, J. M. Sunshine, M. Toplis, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russel (2012), Global Variations in Regolith Depth on Asteroid Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012, EPSC2012-2813.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, M. Ciarniello, R. N. Clark, J. N. Cuzzi, P. D. Nicholson, D. P. Cruikshank, M. M. Hedman, B. J. Buratti, J. I. Lunine, L. A. Soderblom, F. Tosi, P. Cerroni, R. H. Brown, T. B. McCord, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, K. H. Baines, and E. Flamini (2012), Saturn's icy satellites and rings investigated by Cassini-VIMS: III - Radial compositional variability, Icarus, 220 (2), 1064-1096, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.06.040.

Gross, C., L. Wendt, J.-P. Combe, P. Jodlowski, G. A. Marzo, T. L. Roush, T. B. McCord, P. Halbach, and G. Neukum (2012), Investigating the Pyllosilicate Bearing Micoud Crater in the Northern Plains of Mars, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1795.

Hoogenboom, T., P. Schenk, O. L. White, D. Williams, H. Heisinger, W. B. Garry, R. A. Yingst, D. L. Buczkowski, T. B. McCord, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, R. W. Gaskell, G. Neukum, N. Schmedemann, S. Marchi, A. Nathues, L. Lecorre, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, M. C. de Sanctis, G. Fillacchione, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-11 Pinaria Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2179.

Jaumann, R., K. Krohn, T. B. McCord, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, D. T. Blewett, H. Hiesinger, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, H. Y. McSween, B. W. Denevi, E. Palomba, T. Roatsch, K. Stephan, and C. T. Russell (2012), Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta: Locations and Geological Context, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1807.

Jaumann, R., K. Krohn, T. B. McCord, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, D. T. Blewett, H. Hiesinger, R. A. Yingst, H. Y. McSween, B. W. Denevi, E. Palomba, T. Roatsch, K. Stephan, and N. Giesen (2012), Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta: Locations and Geological Context, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-7634.

Jaumann, R., S. Mottola, C. M. Pieters, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, R. A. Yingst, D. A. Williams, P. Schenk, D. L. Buczkowski, B. Denevi, G. Neukum, D. P. O'Brien, W. G. Garry, D. Blewett, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, K. Krohn, K. Stephan, U. Carsenty, A. Nathues, M. V. Sykes, M. C. De Sanctis, H. Y. McSween, H. U. Keller, N. Schmedemann, H. Hiesinger, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, M. T. Zuber, and H. Sierks (2012), Mapping Vesta: A Geological Overview, LPI Contributions, 1667, 6124.

Jaumann, R., C. M. Pieters, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, R. A. Yingst, D. A. Williams, P. Schenk, D. L. Buczkowski, B. W. Denevi, G. Neukum, S. Mottola, D. P. O'Brien, W. B. Garry, D. T. Blewett, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, K. Krohn, K. Stephan, A. Nathues, M. V. Sykes, M. C. de Sanctis, H. Y. McSween, H. U. Keller, N. Schmedemann, H. Hiesinger, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, and M. T. Zuber (2012), Mapping Vesta: A Geological Overview, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1788.

Jaumann, R., D. A. Williams, D. L. Buczkowski, R. A. Yingst, F. Preusker, H. Hiesinger, N. Schmedemann, T. Kneissl, J. B. Vincent, D. T. Blewett, B. J. Buratti, U. Carsenty, B. W. Denevi, M. C. De Sanctis, W. B. Garry, H. U. Keller, E. Kersten, K. Krohn, J.-Y. Li, S. Marchi, K. D. Matz, T. B. McCord, H. Y. McSween, S. C. Mest, D. W. Mittlefehldt, S. Mottola, A. Nathues, G. Neukum, D. P. O'Brien, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, T. Roatsch, C. T. Russell, P. Schenk, B. E. Schmidt, F. Scholten, K. Stephan, M. V. Sykes, P. Tricarico, R. Wagner, M. T. Zuber, and H. Sierks (2012), Vesta's Shape and Morphology, Science, 336 (6082), 687-690, DOI: 10.1126/science.1219122.

Kneissl, T., N. Schmedemann, G. Neukum, D. A. Williams, W. B. Garry, R. A. Yingst, E. Ammannito, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, P. Schenk, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, D. Buczkowski, A. Nathues, V. Reddy, I. Buttner, K. Krohn, F. Preusker, and N. Giesen (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-13 Tuccia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-8239.

Kneissl, T., N. Schmedemann, G. Neukum, D. A. Williams, W. B. Garry, R. A. Yingst, E. Ammannito, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, P. Schenk, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, D. L. Buczkowski, A. Nathues, V. Reddy, I. Buttner, K. Krohn, and F. Preusker (2012), Geologic Mapping of the AV-13 Tuccia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1899.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, R. Jaumann, E. Palomba, V. Reddy, D. T. Blewett, H. Y. McSween, C. A. Raymond, D. Williams, and The Dawn Team (2012), Dark Material on Vesta: Synthesis and Interpretations from Dawn Observations, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1352.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, R. Jaumann, E. Palomba, V. Reddy, D. T. Blewett, H. Y. McSween, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russell, D. Team, and N. Giesen (2012), Vesta Surface Dark Material Deposits from Dawn Observations: A Working Hypothesis for Origin and Processes, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-6378.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, and C. Taffin (2012), Composition of a Comet Nucleus: Preparing for Rosetta Observations, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2449.

McCord, T. B., J.-Y. Li, J.-P. Combe, H. McSween, R. Jaumann, V. Reddy, F. Tosi, D. A. Williams, D. T. Blewett, D. Turrini, E. Palomba, C. M. Pieters, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, L. Le Corre, A. Longobardo, A. Nathues, D. W. Mittlefehldt, S. Schroder, H. Hiesinger, A. W. Beck, F. Capaccioni, U. Carsenty, H. U. Keller, B. W. Denevi, J. M. Sunshine, C. A. Raymond, C. T. Russel, and The Dawn Team (2012), Dark Material on Vesta from Infall of Carbonaceous Volatile-Rich Material, Nature, 491, 83-86, DOI: 10.1038/nature11561.

Otto, K., R. Jaumann, K. Krohn, K. D. Matz, F. Preusker, T. Roatsch, K. Stephan, T. B. McCord, D. A. Williams, C. A. Raymond, D. T. Blewett, H. Hiesinger, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, H. Y. McSween, B. W. Denevi, E. Palomba, and C. T. Russell (2012), The Morphology and Albedo of Dark Material on Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012.

Palomba, E., J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, A. Longobardo, F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, D. T. Blewett, R. Jaumann, H. McSween, C. A. Raymond, V. Reddy, D. Williams, C. T. Russell, and N. Giesen (2012), Dark Material Deposits on Vesta: composition and mineralogy, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-10447.

Palomba, E., J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, A. Longobardo, F. Tosi, F. Capaccioni, D. T. Blewett, R. Jaumann, H. McSween, C. A. Raymond, V. Reddy, D. Williams, C. T. Russell, and The Dawn Team (2012), Composition and Mineralogy of Dark Material Deposits on Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1930.

Palomba, E., M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, M. Farina, A. Frigeri, A. Longobardo, F. Tosi, F. Zambon, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, J. Sunshine, T. B. McCord, and N. Giesen (2012), Search for olivine spectral signatures on the surface of Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-10814.

Pieters, C. M., E. Ammannito, D. T. Blewett, B. W. Denevi, M. C. De Sanctis, M. J. Gaffey, L. Le Corre, J. Y. Li, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, D. W. Mittlefehldt, A. Nathues, E. Palmer, V. Reddy, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Distinctive space weathering on Vesta from regolith mixing processes, Nature, 491 (7422), 79-82, DOI: 10.1038/nature11534.

Pieters, C. M., E. Ammannito, D. T. Blewett, B. W. Denevi, M. C. De Sanctis, M. J. Gaffey, L. Le Corre, J.-Y. Li, S. Marchi, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, D. W. Mittlefehldt, A. Nathues, E. Palmer, V. Reddy, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), The Space Weathering Environment at Vesta, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Madrid, Spain, September 23-28, 2012.

Pieters, C. M., D. T. Blewett, M. Gaffey, D. W. Mittlefehldt, M. C. de Sanctis, V. Reddy, A. Nathues, B. W. Denevi, J. Y. Li, T. B. McCord, S. Marchi, E. E. Palmer, J. M. Sunshine, E. Ammannito, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Space Weathering on 4 Vesta: Processes and Products, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1254.

Ralf, J., C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, C. M. Pieters, R. A. Yingst, D. A. Williams, D. L. Buczkowski, P. Schenk, B. Denevi, K. Krohn, K. Stephan, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, K. Otto, S. C. Mest, E. Ammannito, D. Blewett, U. Carsenty, C. M. DeSanctis, W. Garry, H. Hiesinger, H. U. Keller, E. Kersten, S. Marchi, K. D. Matz, T. B. McCord, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, A. Nathues, G. Neukum, D. P. O'Brien, N. Schmedemann, J. E. C. Scully, M. V. Sykes, and M. T. Zuber (2012), Vesta: A Geological Overview, paper presented at AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, October, 2012.

Reddy, V., L. Le Corre, A. Nathues, E. A. Cloutis, M. J. Gaffey, K. J. Becker, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, E. Palomba, D. T. Blewett, H. Y. McSween, C. A. Raymond, and D. Williams (2012), Investigating the Origin of Dark Material on Vesta Using Dawn Framing Camera, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1587.

Reddy, V., L. Le Corre, A. Nathues, D. W. Mittlefehldt, E. A. Cloutis, D. P. O'Brien, D. D. Durda, W. F. Bottke, D. Buczkowski, J. E. C. Scully, E. M. Palmer, H. Sierks, P. J. Mann, K. J. Becker, A. W. Beck, J.-Y. Li, R. Gaskell, C. T. Russell, M. J. Gaffey, H. Y. McSween, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, and D. Blewett (2012), Origin of Dark Material on Vesta from Dawn FC Data: Remnant Carbonaceous Chondrite Impactors, paper presented at 75th Annual Meeting of the Meteorical Society, Cairns, Australia, August 12-17, 2012, #5076.

Reddy, V., L. Le Corre, D. P. O'Brien, A. Nathues, E. A. Cloutis, D. D. Durda, W. F. Bottke, M. U. Bhatt, D. Nesvorny, D. Buczkowski, J. E. C. Scully, E. M. Palmer, H. Sierks, P. J. Mann, K. J. Becker, A. W. Beck, D. Mittlefehldt, J.-Y. Li, R. Gaskell, C. T. Russell, M. J. Gaffey, H. Y. McSween, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, and D. Blewett (2012), Delivery of dark material to Vesta via carbonaceous chondritic impacts, Icarus, 221 (2), 544-559, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.011.

Russell, C. T., A. Nathues, J.-Y. Li, T. B. McCord, C. Raymond, R. Jaumann, T. Prettyman, M. C. De sanctis, H. P. McSween, P. Schenk, D. P. O'Brien, B. Denevi, and S. Marchi (2012), Dawn at Vesta: Paradigm Based on HED Meteorites Confirmed but Surprises Abound, paper presented at 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Mysore, India, July 14-22, 2012, Abstract B0.8-5-12, p.1633.

Schenk, P., S. Marchi, D. P. O'Brien, D. L. Buczkowski, R. Jaumann, A. Yingst, T. McCord, R. Gaskell, T. Roatsch, H. E. Keller, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2012), Mega-Impacts into Planetary Bodies: Global Effects of the Giant Rheasilvia Impact Basin on Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2757.

Schenk, P., D. P. O'Brien, S. Marchi, R. Gaskell, F. Preusker, T. Roatsch, R. Jaumann, D. Buczkowski, T. McCord, H. Y. McSween, D. Williams, A. Yingst, C. Raymond, and C. Russell (2012), The Geologically Recent Giant Impact Basins at Vesta's South Pole, Science, 336 (6082), 694-697, DOI: 10.1126/science.1223272.

Starukhina, L. V., and T. B. McCord (2012), Asteroid Shielding from Solar Wind: Calculation of the Parameters of Magnetospheres, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1288.

Titus, T. N., K. J. Becker, A. Anderson, M. T. Capria, F. Tosi, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, J.-Y. Li, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, D. Mittlefehldt, M. Toplis, O. Forni, and M. V. Sykes (2012), Comparison of Observed Surface Temperatures of 4 Vesta to the KRC Thermal Model, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #2851.

Tosi, F., M. Capria, M. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, J. Combe, J. M. Sunshine, T. N. Titus, D. W. Mittlefehldt, J. Li, C. T. Russell, and C. A. Raymond (2012), Thermal Properties Of Unusual Local-scale Features On Vesta, paper presented at AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, October, 2012.

Tosi, F., M. T. Capria, E. Ammannito, D. Grassi, E. Palomba, M. C. De sanctis, C. Russell, F. Capaccioni, J.-P. Combe, and J. Sunshine (2012), Temperature and emissivity of local-scale features on Vesta, paper presented at 39th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Mysore, India, July 14-22, 2012, Abstract F4.7-9-12, p.1995.

Tosi, F., M. T. Capria, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, J.-P. Combe, J. M. Sunshine, T. B. McCord, J.-Y. Li, T. N. Titus, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, D. W. Mittlefehldt, M. J. Toplis, O. Forni, and M. V. Sykes (2012), Analysis of Temperature Maps of Selected Dawn Data over the Surface of Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1886.

Tosi, F., M. T. Capria, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Palomba, D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, E. Ammannito, J.-P. Combe, J. M. Sunshine, T. B. McCord, J.-Y. Li, T. N. Titus, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, D. W. Mittlefehldt, M. J. Toplis, O. Forni, M. V. Sykes, and N. Giesen (2012), Thermal behaviour of unusual local-scale surface features on Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012, EGU2012-8108.

Veeder, G. J., A. G. Davies, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, D. A. Williams, and J. Radebaugh (2012), Distribution of Io's Volcanic Thermal Emission from Galileo and Ground-based Data, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012.

Williams, B. G., P. Schenk, R. Jaumann, D. L. Buczkowski, T. B. McCord, R. A. Yingst, H. Hiesinger, W. B. Garry, J.-P. Combe, C. M. Pieters, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, H. Hoffmann, V. Reddy, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, S. Marchi, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, G. Neukum, N. Schmedemann, E. Ammannito, and M. C. De Sanctis (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1534.

Williams, D. A., H. Hiesinger, P. M. Schenk, R. Jaumann, D. L. Buczkowski, T. B. McCord, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, J.-P. Combe, C. M. Pieters, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, V. Reddy, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, N. Schmedemann, G. Neukum, C. A. Raymond, E. Ammannito, M. C. De Sanctis, and N. Giesen (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-8 Marcia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at EGU 2012 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 22-27, 2012.

Young, B. L., D. T. Blewett, D. A. Williams, D. P. O'Brien, R. Gaskell, R. A. Yingst, W. B. Garry, D. L. Buczkowski, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, P. Schenk, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, M. Hoffmann, V. Reddy, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, S. Marchi, J. Scully, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, and M. C. De Sanctis (2012), Geologic Mapping of the Av-3 Caparronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta, paper presented at 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 19-23, 2012, #1245.

Bleacher, J. E., D. T. Blewett, D. Buczkowski, B. W. Denevi, D. A. Williams, W. B. Garry, R. Yingst, P. Schenk, R. Jaumann, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, C. M. Pieters, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, J. Combe, G. Filacchione, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2011), Mapping Vesta's Northern Quadrangle V-4NFW: Local and Regional Stratigraphy, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, 0012.

Capria, M. T., T. N. Titus, F. Tosi, M. C. De Sanctis, F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, E. Ammannito, G. Filacchione, J. Combe, M. V. Sykes, O. Forni, J. Li, J. M. Sunshine, M. J. Toplis, P. Tricarico, V. Reddy, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2011), The Thermal Inertia of Vesta's Surface, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, 07.

Capria, M. T., F. Tosi, A. Coradini, M. C. de Sanctis, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, F. Carraro, G. Filacchione, S. Fonte, D. Grassi, G. Magni, R. Noschese, J.-P. Combe, M. Sykes, T. Titus, P. Tricarico, C. T. Russel, and C. A. Raymond (2011), Vesta's temperature: first results from Dawn's survey orbit, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #254.

Cheek, L. C., C. M. Pieters, J. W. Boardman, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, J. W. Head III, P. J. Isaacson, T. B. McCord, D. Moriarty, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, J. M. Sunshine, and L. A. Taylor (2011), Goldschmidt crater and the Moon's north polar region: Results from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 116, E00G02, 15 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003702.

Clark, R. N., C. M. Pieters, R. O. Green, J. Boardman, N. E. Petro, B. J. Buratti, L. Cheek, J. P. Combe, D. Dhingra, J. N. Goswami, J. W. Head III, P. J. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Kramer, K. E. Livo, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, K. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, and J. Whitten (2011), Mapping Water and Hydroxyl on the Moon as Seen by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), paper presented at A Wet vs. Dry Moon: Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, June 13-15, 2011, #6047.

Combe, J. P., S. Le Mouélic, P. Launeau, A. J. Irving, and T. B. McCord (2011), Imaging spectrometry of meteorites to support interpretation of Dawn observations of Vesta, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011.

Combe, J.-P., P. O. Hayne, D. A. Paige, and T. B. McCord (2011), Spectral Thermal Emission of the Lunar Surface: Implications for Mapping of the Surficial Volatiles and Monitoring Variations with Time of Day, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #2573.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, P. Launeau, A. Irving, and T. B. McCord (2011), Imaging Spectrometry of Meteorite Samples Relevant to Vesta and the Moon, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #2449.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, P. O. Hayne, and D. A. Paige (2011), Lunar Mapping of Volatiles: A Challenging Problem, paper presented at A Wet vs. Dry Moon Workshop, Exploring Volatile Reservoirs and Implications for the Evolution of the Moon and Future Exploration, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, June 13-15, 2011, #6043.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, P. O. Hayne, and D. A. Paige (2011), Mapping of lunar volatiles with Moon Mineralogy Mapper spectra: A challenge due to thermal emission, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #1644.

Coradini, A., F. Capaccioni, S. Erard, G. Arnold, M. C. De Sanctis, G. Filacchione, F. Tosi, M. A. Barucci, M. T. Capria, E. Ammannito, D. Grassi, G. Piccioni, S. Giuppi, G. Bellucci, J. Benkhoff, J. P. Bibring, A. Blanco, M. Blecka, D. Bockelee-Morvan, F. Carraro, R. Carlson, U. Carsenty, P. Cerroni, L. Colangeli, M. Combes, M. Combi, J. Crovisier, P. Drossart, E. T. Encrenaz, C. Federico, U. Fink, S. Fonti, L. Giacomini, W. H. Ip, R. Jaumann, E. Kuehrt, Y. Langevin, G. Magni, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, V. Orofino, P. Palumbo, U. Schade, B. Schmitt, F. Taylor, D. Tiphene, and G. Tozzi (2011), The Surface Composition and Temperature of Asteroid 21 Lutetia As Observed by Rosetta/VIRTIS, Science, 334 (6055), 492-494, DOI: 10.1126/science.1204062.

De Sanctis, M. C., A. Coradini, E. Ammannito, M. T. Capria, F. Capaccioni, G. Filacchione, G. Magni, S. Marchi, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, D. Turrini, D. T. Blewett, J. Combe, T. B. McCord, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Mittlefehldt, L. Le Corre, J. Li, A. Nathues, C. M. Pieters, V. Reddy, J. M. Sunshine, M. J. Toplis, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2011), Vesta surface mineralogy: Global and regional properties, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, 0002.

Green, R. O., C. M. Pieters, P. Mouroulis, M. Eastwood, J. W. Boardman, T. Glavich, P. Isaacson, M. Annadurai, S. Besse, D. Barr, B. J. Buratti, D. Cate, A. Chatterjee, R. N. Clark, L. C. Cheek, J.-P. Combe, D. Dhingra, V. Essandoh, S. Geier, J. N. Goswami, R. Green, V. Haemmerle, J. W. Head III, L. Hovland, S. Hyman, R. L. Klima, T. Koch, G. Y. Kramer, A. S. K. Kumar, K. Lee, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, S. McLaughlin, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. Plourde, C. Racho, J. Rodriguez, C. J. Runyon, G. Sellar, C. Smith, H. Sobel, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, K. G. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, H. Tseng, G. Vane, P. Varanasi, M. L. White, and D. Wilson (2011), The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) imaging spectrometer for lunar science: Instrument description, calibration, on-orbit measurements, science data calibration and on-orbit validation, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, DOI: 10.1029/2011JE003797.

Gross, C., L. Wendt, J.-P. Combe, P. Jodlowski, G. A. Marzo, T. L. Roush, T. B. McCord, P. Halbach, and G. Neukum (2011), Investigation on a Phyllosilicate-bearing Crater in the Northern Plains of Mars, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1875.

Jaumann, R., C. M. Pieters, G. Neukum, S. Mottola, C. DeSanctis, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, H. Y. McSween, T. Roatsch, A. Nathues, F. Preusker, F. Scholten, D. Blewett, D. L. Buczkowski, H. Hiesinger, T. B. McCord, M. Rayman, P. Schenk, K. Stephan, D. Turrini, R. A. Yingst, and The DAWN Science Team (2011), Geoscientific Mapping of Vesta by the DAWN Mission, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1213.

Jaumann, R., R. A. Yingst, C. M. Pieters, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, G. Neukum, S. Mottola, H. U. Keller, A. Nathues, H. Sierks, A. Coradini, M. C. Desanctis, H. Y. McSween, E. Ammannito, D. Berman, D. Blewett, D. L. Buczkowski, M. T. Capria, J. P. Combe, B. Denevi, G. Filacchione, A. Frigeri, W. B. Garry, P. Gutierrez Marques, H. Hiesinger, T. Kneissl, K. Krohn, E. Kuhrt, L. Le Corre, J. Y. Li, S. Marchi, L. McFadden, S. Mest, D. Mittlefehldt, D. P. O'Brien, N. Petro, T. H. Prettyman, F. Preusker, M. D. Rayman, T. Roatsch, P. Schenk, F. Scholten, N. Schmedemann, S. Schroder, J. Scully, K. Stephan, J. Sunshine, M. V. Sykes, D. Turrini, R. Wagner, and D. A. Williams (2011), Mapping Vesta: First Results from Dawn's Survey Orbit, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #437.

Kramer, G. Y., S. Besse, D. Dhingra, J. W. Nettles, R. L. Klima, I. Garrick-Bethell, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, J. W. Head III, L. A. Taylor, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Boardman, and T. B. McCord (2011), M3 spectral analysis of lunar swirls and the link between optical maturation and surface hydroxyl formation at magnetic anomalies, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 116 (E00G18), 20 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003729.

Kramer, G. Y., S. Besse, J. W. Nettles, J.-P. Combe, R. N. Clark, C. M. Pieters, M. Staid, E. Malaret, J. W. Boardman, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, and T. B. McCord (2011), Newer Views of the Moon: Comparing Spectra from Clementine and the Moon Mineralogy Mapper, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 116, E00G04, 11 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003728.

Kramer, G. Y., J.-P. Combe, E. M. Harnett, B. R. Hawke, S. K. Noble, D. T. Blewett, T. B. McCord, and T. A. Giguere (2011), Characterization of lunar swirls at Mare Ingenii: A model for space weathering at magnetic anomalies, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116 (E04008), DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003669.

Kramer, G. Y., D. A. Kring, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Head III, P. Isaacson, R. Kilma, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, and N. E. Petro (2011), Analysis of Schrodinger Basin Using Moon Mineralogy Mapper Spectra, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1545.

McCord, T. B., and J. C. Castillo-Rogez (2011), Studying Silicate-Ice Bodies in the Solar System, EOS Trans. AGU, 92 (8), 66, DOI: 10.1029/2011EO080015.

McCord, T. B., J. C. Castillo-Rogez, and A. S. Rivkin (2011), Ceres: Its Origin, Evolution and Structure and Dawn's Potential Contribution, Space Science Reviews, 163 (1-4), 63-76, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-010-9729-9.

McCord, T. B., and J.-P. Combe (2011), Relationships of Widespread OH presence in the Lunar Surface Materials with Lunar Physical Properties, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1483.

McCord, T. B., and J.-P. Combe (2011), OH and Water on Vesta?, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1493.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, A. Coradini, T. H. Prettyman, M. C. De Sanctis, C. M. Pieters, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, G. Filacchione, and M. A. Rayman (2011), Water and other Volatiles on Vesta after the Lunar Case, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, #U22A-06.

McCord, T. B., A. Coradini, J.-P. Combe, M. C. de Sanctis, T. H. Prettyman, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, C. M. Pieters, E. Ammannito, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, F. Carraro, G. Filacchione, S. Fonte, G. Magni, and F. Tosi (2011), Water on Vesta: First Results from Dawn's Survey Orbit, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #567.

McCord, T. B., L. A. Taylor, J.-P. Combe, G. Y. Kramer, C. M. Pieters, J. M. Sunshine, and R. N. Clark (2011), Sources and physical processes responsible for OH/H2O in the lunar soil as revealed by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, E00G05, DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003711.

Pieters, C. M., S. Besse, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, L. C. Cheek, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, J. N. Dhingra, J. N. Goswami, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, K. G. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, and J. Whitten (2011), Mg-Spinel Lithology: A New Rock-type on the Lunar Farside, Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, E00G08, DOI: 10.1029/2010JE003727.

Pieters, C. M., L. A. McFadden, T. H. Prettyman, M. C. De Sanctis, T. B. McCord, T. Hiroi, R. L. Klima, J.-Y. Li, and R. Jaumann (2011), Surface Composition of Vesta: Issues and Integrated Approach, Space Science Reviews, 163 (1-4), 117-139, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-011-9809-5.

Prettyman, T., H. McSween, M. C. de Sanctis, E. Ammannito, D. Blewett, B. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, F. Carraro, J. P. Combe, A. Coradini, B. Denevi, W. Feldman, G. Filacchione, S. Fonte, O. Forni, M. Gaffey, B. Garry, H. Hiesinger, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, D. Lawrence, L. Le Corre, J.-L. Li, G. Magni, S. Marchi, T. Maue, T. McCord, T. McCoy, L. McFadden, D. Mittlefehldt, A. Nathues, G. Neukum, R. Noschese, E. Palmer, C. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, R. Reedy, V. Reddy, C. T. Russell, J. Scully, J. Sunshine, M. Sykes, T. Titus, M. Toplis, F. Tosi, P. Tricarico, A. Yingst, and M. Zuber (2011), Dawn maps the surface composition of Vesta, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #550.

Reddy, V., L. Le Corre, A. Nathues, H. Sierks, U. R. Christensen, M. Hoffmann, S. Schroeder, J. Vincent, H. Y. McSween, B. W. Denevi, J. Li, C. M. Pieters, M. Gaffey, D. W. Mittlefehldt, B. J. Buratti, M. Hicks, T. B. McCord, J. Combe, C. DeSanctis, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, P. Gutierrez-Marques, T. Maue, and I. Hall (2011), 4 Vesta in Color: High Resolution Mapping from Dawn Framing Camera Images, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, 0001.

Taffin, C., J. P. Combe, O. Grasset, E. Le Menn, T. B. McCord, O. Bollangier, A. Oancea, J. Girardeau, and G. Tobie (2011), Temperature, grain size and CO2-clathrate-hydrates mas of Enceladus and Dione, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, #P23D-1744.

Taffin, C., J.-P. Combe, O. Grasset, E. Le Menn, M. Giraud, T. McCord, and G. Tobie (2011), Carbon dioxide clathrate hydrates at the surface of icy satellites Phoebe and Europa suggested by VIMS and NIMS reflectance spectra, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #525.

Tosi, F., M. T. Capria, A. Coradini, D. Grassi, M. De sanctis, F. Capaccioni, G. Filacchione, E. Ammannito, J. Combe, T. N. Titus, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, O. Forni, M. J. Toplis, P. Tricarico, and M. V. Sykes (2011), Vesta's temperature: First results from Dawn's Survey Orbits, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, December 5-9, 2011, 08.

Wendt, L., C. Gross, T. Kneiss, M. Sowe, J.-P. Combe, L. LeDeit, P. C. McGuire, and G. Neukum (2011), Mineralogy and Stratigraphy of Sulfates and Ferric Oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars, paper presented at 42nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 7-11, 2011, #1775.

Wendt, L., C. Gross, T. Kneissl, M. Sowe, J.-P. Combe, L. Le Deit, P. C. McGuire, and G. Neukum (2011), Mineralogy and Stratigraphy of Light Toned Deposits in Ophir Chasma, Mars, paper presented at EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, Nantes, France, October 2-7, 2011, #491.

Wendt, L., C. Gross, T. Kneissl, M. Sowe, J.-P. Combe, L. Ledeit, P. C. McGuire, and G. Neukum (2011), Sulfates and iron oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars, based on OMEGA and CRISM observations, Icarus, 213 (1), 86-103, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2011.02.013.

Williams, D. A., H. Hiesinger, W. B. Garry, D. Buczkowski, T. B. McCord, J. Combe, P. Schenk, R. Jaumann, C. M. Pieters, J. E. Bleacher, A. Nathues, L. Le Corre, M. Hoffmann, V. Reddy, T. Roatsch, F. Preusker, S. Marchi, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, G. Neukum, N. Schmedemann, and E. Ammannito (2011), Mapping Vesta Equatorial Quadrangle V-10EW: Identification of Dark (Volcanic?) Features, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2011, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2011, 0018.

Boardman, J. W., C. M. Pieters, R. O. Green, R. Clark, J. M. Sunshine, J.-P. Combe, P. Isaacson, S. R. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. Nettles, N. E. Petro, P. Varanasi, and L. A. Taylor (2010), A New Lunar Globe as Seen by the Moon Minerology Mapper: Image Coverage, Spectral Dimensionality and Statistical Anomalies, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1716.

Castillo-Rogez, J. C., and T. B. McCord (2010), Ceres' evolution and present state constrained by shape data, Icarus, 205 (2), 443-459, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.04.008.

Cheek, L. C., C. Pieters, R. Clark, P. J. Isaacson, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, J. M. Sunshine, and L. A. Taylor (2010), The Goldschmidt Region as Viewed From Moon Minerology Mapper (M3) Data, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1962.

Clark, R., C. M. Pieters, R. O. Green, J. W. Boardman, B. Buratti, J. W. Head III, P. Isaacson, K. E. Livo, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, J. M. Sunshine, and L. A. Taylor (2010), Water and Hydroxyl on the Moon as Seen by the Moon Mineral Mapper (M3) paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2302.

Combe, J.-P., W. H. Farrand, and T. B. McCord (2010), Surface units of the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites analyzed with hyperspectral images, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2010, #P51D-1470.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, G. Y. Kramer, C. M. Pieters, L. A. Taylor, J. W. Boardman, J. F. Mustard, J. M. Sunshine, S. Tompkins, and R. O. Green (2010), Mixing of surface materials investigated by spectral mixture analysis with the Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented at EGU 2010 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7, 2010, EGU2010-7305.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, G. Y. Kramer, C. M. Pieters, L. A. Taylor, N. E. Petro, J. W. Boardman, J. F. Mustard, J. M. Sunshine, S. Tompkins, R. O. Green, and The M3 Team (2010), Mixing of Surface Materials Investigated by Spectral Mixture Analysis with the Moon Minerology Mapper, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2215.

Coradini, A., D. Grassi, F. Capaccioni, G. Filacchione, F. Tosi, E. Ammannito, M. C. De Sanctis, V. Formisano, P. Wolkenberg, G. Rinaldi, G. Arnold, M. A. Barucci, G. Bellucci, J. Benkhoff, J.-P. Bibring, A. Blanco, D. Bockelee-Morvan, M. T. Capria, R. Carlson, U. Carsenty, P. Cerroni, L. Colangeli, M. Combes, M. Combi, J. Crovisier, P. Drossart, T. Encrenaz, S. Erard, C. Fedrico, U. Fink, S. Fonti, W. H. Ip, P. G. J. Irwin, R. Jaumann, E. Kuehrt, Y. Langevin, G. Magni, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, V. Orofino, P. Palumbo, G. Piccioni, H. Rauer, B. Schmitt, D. Tiphene, F. W. Taylor, and G. P. Tozzi (2010), Martian Atmosphere as Observed by VIRTIS-M on Rosetta Spacecraft, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 115, E04004, DOI: 10.1029/2009JE003345.

Cruikshank, D. P., A. W. Meyer, R. H. Brown, R. C. Clark, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, C. A. Hibbitts, S. A. Sandford, R. M. E. Mastrapa, G. Filacchione, C. M. Dalle Ore, P. D. Nicholson, B. J. Buratti, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, J. B. Dalton, K. H. Baines, and D. L. Matson (2010), Carbon Dioxide on the satellites of Saturn: Results from the Cassini VIMS investigation and revisions to the VIMS wavelength scale, Icarus, 206 (2), 561-572, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.07.012.

Dalton, J. B., D. P. Cruikshank, K. Stephan, T. B. McCord, A. Coustenis, R. W. Carlson, and A. Coradini (2010), Chemical Composition of Icy Satellite Surfaces, in Satellites of the Outer Solar System, edited by O. Grasset, et al., pp. 111-152, Springer, New York, NY.

Dalton, J. B., D. P. Cruikshank, K. Stephan, T. B. McCord, A. Coustenis, R. W. Carlson, and A. Coradini (2010), Chemical Composition of Icy Satellite Surfaces, Space Science Reviews, 153 (1-4), 113-154, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-010-9665-8.

Dhingra, D., C. Pieters, P. J. Isaacson, M. Staid, J. Mustard, R. Kilma, L. A. Taylor, G. Y. Kramer, J. W. Nettles, and The M3 Team (2010), Spectroscopic Signature of the High Titanium Basalts at Mare Tranquillitatis from Moon Minerology Mapper (M3), paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2494.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, M. Ciarniello, F. Tosi, P. D. Nicholson, T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. M. Nelson, R. Jaumann, and K. Stephan (2010), Spectral Classes and Surface Properties of the Saturnian Satellites Retrieved from Cassini-VIMS Disk-integrated Observations, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1704.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, R. N. Clark, J. N. Cuzzi, D. P. Cruikshank, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, P. D. Nicholson, T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, F. Tosi, R. M. Nelson, R. Jaumann, and K. Stephan (2010), Saturn's icy satellites investigated by Cassini-VIMS. II. Results at the end of nominal mission, Icarus, 206, 507-523, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.11.006.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, R. N. Clark, J. N. Cuzzi, D. P. Cruikshank, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, F. Tosi, M. Ciarniello, P. D. Nicholson, T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. Jaumann, and K. Stephan (2010), Saturn's system ices: a comparative spectral study by Cassini-VIMS, paper presented at EGU 2010 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7, 2010, EGU2010-1906-2011.

Greenhagen, B. T., P. G. Lucey, M. B. Wyatt, T. D. Glotch, C. C. Allen, J. A. Arnold, J. L. Bandfield, N. E. Bowles, K. L. D. Hanna, P. O. Hayne, E. Song, I. R. Thomas, and D. A. Paige (2010), Global Silicate Mineralogy of the Moon from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer, Science, 329, 1507-, DOI: 10.1126/science.1192196.

Hayne, P. O., B. T. Greenhagen, M. C. Foote, M. A. Siegler, A. R. Vasavada, and D. A. Paige (2010), Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of the LCROSS Impact, Science, 330, 477-, DOI: 10.1126/science.1197135.

Head III, J. W., C. M. Pieters, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, L. C. Cheek, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, C. Fassett, R. O. Green, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2010), The Lunar Orientale Basin: Structure and Crustal Mineralogy from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1030.

Head, J., C. Pieters, M. Staid, J. Mustard, L. Taylor, T. McCord, P. J. Isaacson, R. Klima, N. E. Petro, R. Clark, J. Nettles, and J. a. t. M. T. Whitten (2010), Morphology And Distribution Of Volcanic Vents In The Orientale Basin From Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1032.

Kramer, G. Y. (2010), Characterizing bedrock lithologies using Small Crater Rims and Ejecta Probing (SCREP), Science Direct, Advances in Space Research, 45, 1257-1267, DOI: doi:10.1016/j.asr.2009.12.006.

Kramer, G. Y., S. Besse, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, D. Dhingra, R. L. Klima, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, and C. M. Pieters (2010), The Swirls at SPA, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2010, #P53D-1548.

Kramer, G. Y., J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, E. Harnett, B. R. Hawke, and D. Blewett (2010), An Investigation into the Effects of the Magnetic Anomaly on Regional Space Weathering at Mare Ingenii and Its Influence on the Spectra of the Basalts and Lunar Swirls, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2594.

Kramer, G. Y., J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Head III, and L. A. Taylor (2010), Colorful Views of the Moon: Comparing Spectra from Clementine and Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2338.

McCord, T. B. (2010), A Very Short History of Reflectance Spectroscopy for Solar System Exploration: An Old Man's Recollection, paper presented in Proceedings of ASD and IEEE GRS; Art, Science and Applications of Reflectance Spectroscopy, Boulder, CO, February 23-25, 2010, 15pp.

McCord, T. B., and J.-P. Combe (2010), Analysis of the behavior of the 3 micron absorptions in the M3 lunar reflectance observations and indications of OH sources and processes for airless bodies, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2010, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2010, #P13E-01.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, L. A. Taylor, G. Y. Kramer, C. M. Pieters, J. M. Sunshine, and J. W. Boardman (2010), Nature and Potential Causes for 3 micron Absorptions in the Lunar Reflectance Spectrum due to OH/H2O as Discovered by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper on the Chandrayaan-1 Spacecraft, paper presented at EGU 2010 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, May 2-7, 2010, EGU2010-6137.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2010), Hydrated minerals on Europa's surface: An improved look from the Galileo NIMS investigation, Icarus, 209 (2), 639-650, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.05.026.

McCord, T. B., L. A. Taylor, T. M. Orlando, C. M. Pieters, J.-P. Combe, G. Y. Kramer, J. M. Sunshine, J. W. Head III, and J. F. Mustard (2010), Origin of OH/Water on the Lunar Surface Detected by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1860.

Nettles, J. W., S. Besse, J. Boardman, J. P. Combe, R. Clark, D. Dhingra, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Kramer, N. E. Petro, C. M. Pieters, M. Staid, and L. A. Taylor (2010), Progress Toward A New Lunar Optical Maturity Measure Based On Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2217.

Paige, D. A., M. A. Siegler, J. A. Zhang, P. O. Hayne, E. J. Foote, K. A. Bennett, A. R. Vasavada, B. T. Greenhagen, J. T. Schofield, D. J. McCleese, M. C. Foote, E. DeJong, B. G. Bills, W. Hartford, B. C. Murray, C. C. Allen, K. Snook, L. A. Soderblom, S. Calcutt, F. W. Taylor, N. E. Bowles, J. L. Bandfield, R. Elphic, R. Ghent, T. D. Glotch, M. B. Wyatt, and P. G. Lucey (2010), Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of Cold Traps in the Moon's South Polar Region, Science, 330, 479-, DOI: 10.1126/science.1187726.

Piccioni, G., G. Filacchione, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, P. Cerroni, M. C. De Sanctis, G. Magni, S. Stefani, M. Zambelli, A. Adriani, G. Bellucci, A. Boccaccini, A. Coradini, D. Grassi, F. Nuccilli, E. Palomba, F. Tosi, D. Turrini, S. Fonti, F. Poulet, M. Berthe, J.-P. Bibring, P. Eng, Y. Langevin, A. Nathues, D. Titov, E. Battistelli, L. Calamai, T. B. McCord, R. Jaumann, J. Helbert, A. Sanchez-Lavega, S. Debei, G. Arnold, D. Blaney, R. Carlson, P. Drossart, D. Reuter, S. Bolton, and P. G. J. Irwin (2010), The Visible and Infrared Hyperspectral Imaging Spectrometer (VIRHIS): A Study for the EJSM Mission, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1328.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, R. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. O. Green, J. N. Goswami, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. J. Isaacson, R. L. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, K. Kumar, S. R. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, K. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2010), Identification of a New Spinel-Rich Lunar Rock Type by the Moon Minerology Mapper (M3), paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1854.

Stephan, K., R. Jaumann, R. Wagner, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Hibbitts, T. Roatsch, H. Hoffmann, R. H. Brown, G. Filacchione, B. J. Buratti, G. B. Hansen, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, and K. H. Baines (2010), Dione's spectral and geological properties, Icarus, 206, 631-652, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.07.036.

Sunshine, J. M., S. Besse, N. E. Petro, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Head III, L. A. Taylor, R. L. Klima, P. Isaacson, J. W. Boardman, R. C. Clark, and The M3 Team (including T.B. McCord and G.Y. Kramer) (2010), Hidden in Plain Sight: Spinel-Rich Deposits on the Nearside of the Moon as Revealed by Moon Minerology Mapper (M3), paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1508.

Thaisen, K. G., L. A. Taylor, J. W. Head III, C. M. Pieters, P. J. Isaacson, G. Y. Kramer, T. B. McCord, M. Staid, and N. E. Petro (2010), Geology of the Moscoviense Basin: Implications for the character of the highland crust, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2169.

Tosi, F., R. Orosei, R. Seu, A. Coradini, J. I. Lunine, G. Filacchione, A. I. Gavrishin, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Adriani, M. L. Moriconi, A. Negrao, E. Flamini, R. H. Brown, L. C. Wye, M. Janssen, R. D. West, J. W. Barnes, S. D. Wall, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, J. Soderblom, and The Cassini VIMS and Radar Teams (2010), Correlations between VIMS and RADAR data over the surface of Titan: Implications for Titan's surface properties, Icarus, 208 (1), 366-384, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.02.003.

Veeder, G. J., A. G. Davies, D. A. Williams, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, and J. Radebaugh (2010), Io: Heat Flow from Dark Paterae, Icarus, 212 (1), 236-261, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2010.09.026.

Wendt, L., C. Gross, T. Kneiss, M. Sowe, J.-P. Combe, L. LeDeit, P. C. McGuire, and G. Neukum (2010), Sulfates and Iron Oxides in Ophir Chasma, Mars, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1699.

Whitten, J., J. W. Head III, M. Staid, C. Pieters, J. Mustard, L. Taylor, T. B. McCord, P. J. Isaacson, R. Kilma, J. Nettles, and The M3 Team (2010), Characteristics, Affinities and Ages of Volcanic Deposits Associated with the Orientale Basin from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) Data: Mare Stratigraphy, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #1841.

Williams, D. A., R. Greeley, L. Manfredi, R. L. Fergason, J.-P. Combe, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, C. Rosemberg, H. Clenet, T. B. McCord, J. Raitala, G. Neukum, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2010), Surface-Compositional Properties of the Malea Planum Region of the Circum-Hellas Volcanis Province, Mars, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 294 (3-4), 451-465, DOI: 10.1016/j.epsl.2009.11.019.

Zent, A. P., A. I. Ichimura, T. B. McCord, and L. A. Taylor (2010), Production of OH/H2O in Lunar Samples via Proton Bombardment, paper presented at 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 1-5, 2010, #2665.

Adams, J. B., A. R. Gillespie, M. P. Jackson, D. R. Montgomery, T. P. Dooley, J.-P. Combe, and B. C. Schreiber (2009), Salt tectonics and collapse of Hebes Chasma, Valles Marineris, Mars, Geology, 37 (8), 691-694, DOI: 10.1130/G30024A.1.

Barnes, J. W., J. M. Soderblom, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, C. Sotin, K. H. Baines, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, C. A. Griffith, P. Penteado, F. Tosi, K. M. Pitman, L. A. Soderblom, K. Stephan, P. O. Hayne, G. Vixie, and others (2009), VIMS spectral mapping observations of Titan during the Cassini prime mission, Planetary and Space Science, 57 (14-15), 1950-1962, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2009.04.013.

Boardman, J. W., C. M. Pieters, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. O. Green, P. Isaacson, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, M. Staid, and P. Varanasi (2009), A Year at the Moon on Chandrayaan-1: Moon Mineralogy Mapper Data in a Global Perspective, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-01.

Carlson, R. W., W. M. Calvin, J. B. Dalton, G. B. Hansen, R. L. Hudson, R. E. Johnson, T. B. McCord, and M. H. Moore (2009), Surface Composition of Europa, in Europa, edited by R. Pappalardo, W. McKinnon and K. Khurana, University of Arizona Press.

Clark, R. N., C. M. Pieters, R. O. Green, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, J. W. Head III, P. Isaacson, K. E. Livo, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, J. M. Sunshine, and L. A. Taylor (2009), Water, Hydroxyl, and the Search for Alteration and Oxidation on the Moon, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-03.

Combe, J.-P., G. Y. Kramer, T. B. McCord, L. A. Taylor, N. E. Petro, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Boardman, J. F. Mustard, J. M. Sunshine, and S. Tompkins (2009), Lunar Surface Compositional Units Determined by Spectral Mixing Analysis of Images from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P23B-1247.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2009), Surface units of Mars analyzed with spectral, color and stereo images. I: Meridiani, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #678.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2009), Surface units of Mars analyzed with spectral, color and stereo images. II: Gusev, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #679.

Combe, J.-P., L. Wendt, D. Loizeau, T. B. McCord, and G. Neukum (2009), Mapping Mars surface color units with HRSC: Various examples and methods, from visual interpretation to spectral analysis, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 295 (3-4).

Filacchione, G., J. N. Cuzzi, R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, A. Adriani, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, R. H. Brown, P. D. Nicholson, K. H. Baines, R. M. Nelson, and T. B. McCord (2009), Revised Full-Disk Spectra by Cassini-VIMS of the Saturnian Minor Icy Moons, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1780.

Green, R. O., C. M. Pieters, J. W. Boardman, M. Eastwood, S. Geier, S. Lundeen, T. B. McCord, P. Mouroulis, G. Sellar, P. Varanasi, and M. L. White (2009), The Moon Mineralogy Mapper Imaging Spectrometer: Instrument Description, Calibration, and On-Orbit Validation of the Spectral, Radiometric, Spatial and Uniformity Characteristics, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P23B-1246.

Green, R. O., C. M. Pieters, J. Goswami, R. N. Clark, M. Annadurai, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, J.-P. Combe, M. D. Dyar, J. W. Head III, C. A. Hibbitts, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Kumar, K. E. Livo, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Spectroscopic Character and Spatial Distribution of Hydroxyl and Water Absorption Features Measured on the Lunar Surface by the Moon Mineralogy Mapper Imaging Spectrometer on Chandrayaan-1, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-02.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2009), New calibrated dataset of the Galileo-NIMS observations of the Jovian satellite Ganymede and mapping of its water ice grain sizes and non-ice components, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P51E-1163.

Hayne, P. O., and T. B. McCord (2009), Titan's Surface Reflectivity and Composition from Empirical Atmospheric Correction of Cassini/VIMS Data, paper presented at DPS Meeting #41, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, October 4-9, 2009, #68.13.

Hayne, P. O., T. B. McCord, and J. W. Barnes (2009), Titan's Near Infrared Atmospheric Transmission and Surface Reflectance from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1863.

Hayne, P. O., and D. A. Paige (2009), Clouds in the Polar Night of Mars: Modeling and Observations with the Mars Climate Sounder, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1849.

Hibbitts, C. A., and G. B. Hansen (2009), VIMS Observations of the Moon: a Recalibration in the Search for Water, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P31E-03.

Kramer, G. Y., B. R. Hawke, T. A. Giguere, G. Heitman, T. B. McCord, W. Bear Fight Center, WA, and U. o. H. Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, Honolulu, HI, Intergraph Corporation, Kapolei, HI (2009), The Mare Basalts of Eastern Frigoris, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #2369.

Kramer, G. Y., J. C. Varner, J.-P. Combe, and T. B. McCord (2009), Untangling the Flows and Swirls of Mare Ingenii, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #650.

Kramer, J., J.-P. Combe, and T. B. McCord (2009), Harness That S.O.B.: Distributing Remote Sensing Analysis in a Small Office/Business, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #IN43D-1175.

Le Corre, L., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, J.-P. Combe, S. Rodriguez, J. W. Barnes, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. Jaumann, J. Soderblom, L. A. Soderblom, R. Clark, K. H. Baines, and P. D. Nicholson (2009), Analysis of a cryolava flow-like feature on Titan with high resolution Cassini/VIMS infrared images and Cassini/RADAR SAR images, Planetary and Space Science, 57 (7), 870-879, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2009.03.005.

Le Mouélic, S., J.-P. Combe, V. Sarago, N. Mangold, M. Masse, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, R. Y. Langevin, and C. Sotin (2009), An iterative least squares approach to decorrelate minerals and ices contributions in hyerspectral images: Application to Cuprite (Earth) and Mars, paper presented at First Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), Grenoble, France, August 26-28, 2009.

Le Mouélic, S., V. Sarago, J.-P. Combe, M. Massé, O. Bourgeois, N. Mangold, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, Y. Langevin, and C. Sotin (2009), Global Mapping of Minerals on Mars with OMEGA Hyperspectral Data: Results of a Linear Unmixing Approach, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1594.

Masse, M., O. Bourgeois, S. Le Mouélic, C. Verpoorter, L. Le Deit, and J.-P. Combe (2009), Dust Deposits Within and Around the North Polar Ice Cap of Mars: What are Their Mineralogical Compositions, Their Sources and Their Accumulation Processes?, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1841.

McCord, T. B. (2009), IR Spectroscopy for study of the composition of the icy Galilean Satellites, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-16, 2009, #163.

McCord, T. B., and J. C. Castillo-Rogez (2009), Ceres: Evolution and current state as a water-rich silicate protoplanet, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #171.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2009), Hydrated Minerals on Europa's Surface, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1736.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2009), Hydrated Minerals on Europa and Ganymede surfaces (invited) paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #170.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2009), Europa's surface composition from re-processed Galileo NIMS data, Icarus, in press.

McCord, T. B., and P. O. Hayne (2009), Nature of the 2.8-um window in Titan's atmosphere and effects on detection of surface reflectance characteristics, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #173.

McCord, T. B., L. A. Taylor, T. M. Orlando, R. N. Clark, C. M. Pieters, J.-P. Combe, G. Y. Kramer, J. M. Sunshine, M. D. Dyar, and C. A. Hibbitts (2009), Interpretations of OH/HOH IR Absorptions on the Moon from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-04.

McFadden, L. A., T. B. McCord, P. C. Thomas, J.-Y. Li, C. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2009), Asteroid 1 Ceres: Evidence for water beneath its surface., in The Search for Life in the Universe, The Search for Life Within 50 AU, edited, Space Telescope Science Institute.

Nelson, R. M., L. W. Kamp, R. M. Lopes, D. L. Matson, R. L. Kirk, B. W. Hapke, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, W. D. Smythe, K. L. Mitchell, K. H. Baines, R. Jaumann, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, J. I. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, P. G. J. Irwin, and J. C. Pearl (2009), Cassini Evidence for Active Cryovolcanism on Saturn's Moon Titan, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #2262.

Nelson, R. M., L. W. Kamp, R. M. C. Lopes, D. L. Matson, R. L. Kirk, B. W. Hapke, S. D. Wall, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, W. D. Smythe, K. L. Mitchell, K. H. Baines, R. Jaumann, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, J. I. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, P. G. J. Irwin, and J. C. Pearl (2009), Photometric changes on Saturn's Titan: Evidence for the active cryovolcanism, Geophysical Research Letters, 36 (4), DOI: 10.1029/2008GL036206.

Nelson, R. M., L. W. Kamp, D. L. Matson, P. J. Irwin, K. H. Baines, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, R. Jaumann, W. D. Smythe, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, J. C. Pearl, B. W. Hapke, J. I. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, R. Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2009), Saturn's Titan: Surface change, ammonia and implications for atmospheric and tectonic activity Icarus, 199 (2), 429-441, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2008.08.013.

Nettles, J. W., J. W. Head III, C. M. Pieters, J. F. Mustard, M. Staid, L. A. Taylor, T. B. McCord, N. E. Petro, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, J. Dickson, and C. Fassett (2009), Orientale Impact Basin: New Insights into Formation and Evolution from Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P23B-1253.

Pieters, C. M., J. Boardman, B. Buratti, C. Alok, R. Clark, T. Glavich, R. Green, J. Head III, P. Isaacson, E. Malaret, T. McCord, J. Mustard, N. Petro, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. Sunshine, L. Taylor, S. Tompkins, P. Varanasi, and M. White (2009), The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1, CURRENT SCIENCE, 96 (4), 500-506.

Pieters, C. M., J. Boardman, B. Buratti, R. Clark, J. P. Combe, R. Green, J. N. Goswami, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Kramer, S. Kumar, S. Lundeen, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Mineralogy of the Lunar Crust in Spatial Context: First Results from the Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3), paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #2052.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. Buratti, R. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. Green, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. Mustard, J. Nettles, N. Petro, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Characterization of Lunar Mineralogy: The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) on Chandrayaan-1, paper presented at Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Science Targeting Meeting, Tempe, Arizona, June 9-11, 2009, 86-87.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, L. Cheek, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Luna Magma Ocean Bedrock Anorthosites Detected at Orientale Basin by M3, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-08.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, K. G. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), New Mg-Spinel Rock-Type on the Lunar Farside and Implications for Lunar Crustal Evolution, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-05.

Pieters, C. M., J. N. Goswami, R. N. Clark, M. Annadurai, J. W. Boardman, B. Buratti, J.-P. Combe, M. D. Dyar, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, C. A. Hibbitts, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. L. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Kumar, K. E. Livo, S. R. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Character and Spatial Distribution of OH/H2O on the Surface of the Moon Seen by M3 on Chandrayaan-1, Science, 326 (5952), 568-572, DOI: 10.1126/science.1178658.

Rivkin, A. S., J. C. Castillo-Rogez, N. Abreu, E. I. Asphaug, A. F. Cheng, B. E. Clark, B. A. Cohen, P. G. Conrad, P. O. Hayne, E. S. Howell, T. V. Johnson, G. Y. Kramer, L. A. Lebofsky, J. Li, L. F. Lim, A. J. Lovell, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, W. B. McKinnon, R. Milliken, W. B. Moore, J. H. Roberts, C. T. Russell, B. E. Schmidt, M. V. Sykes, P. C. Thomas, and M. Y. Zolotov (2009), The Case for Ceres: Report to the Planetary Science Decadal Survey Committee, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P52A-08.

Rodriguez, S., S. Le Mouélic, P. Rannou, J.-P. Combe, C. Sotin, G. Tobie, J. W. Barnes, C. A. Griffith, K. M. Pitman, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, and P. D. Nicholson (2009), Fast forward modeling of Titan's infrared spectra to invert VIMS Cassini hyperspectral images, paper presented at First Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), Grenoble, France, August 26-28, 2009.

Soderblom, L. A., J. W. Barnes, R. H. Brown, R. N. Clark, M. A. Janssen, T. B. McCord, H. B. Niemann, and M. G. Tomasko (2009), Composition of Titan's Surface, in Titan from Cassini-Huygens edited by R. H. Brown, J.-P. Lebreton and J. H. Waite, Springer.

Stephan, K., R. Jaumann, R. Wagner, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Hibbitts, T. Roatsch, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, G. Filacchione, G. B. Hansen, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, and P. D. Nicholson (2009), VIMS Coverage of Saturn's Icy Satellite Rhea, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1377.

Stephan, K., R. Jaumann, R. Wagner, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Hibbitts, T. Roatsch, H. Hoffmann, R. H. Brown, G. Filacchione, B. J. Buratti, G. B. Hansen, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, and K. H. Baines (2009), Dione's Spectral and Geological Properties, paper presented at DPS Meeting #41, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, October 4-9, 2009, #68.01.

Sunshine, J. M., C. M. Pieters, S. Besse, J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Combe, R. O. Green, J. W. Head III, M. Hicks, P. Isaacson, R. Klima, G. Y. Kramer, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. F. Mustard, J. W. Nettles, N. E. Petro, C. J. Runyon, M. Staid, G. J. Taylor, K. G. Thaisen, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2009), Hidden in Plain Sight: Spinel-Rich Deposits on the Central Nearside of the Moon, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P34A-06.

Thaisen, K. G., L. A. Taylor, J. W. Head III, C. M. Pieters, G. Y. Kramer, T. B. McCord, M. Staid, N. E. Petro, and P. Isaacson (2009), Insights into Lunar Far-side Highlands Crustal Development from the Moscoviense Basin and the Moon Mineralogy Mapper onboard Chandrayaan-1, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA, December 14-18, 2009, #P23B-1252.

Veeder, G. J., A. G. Davies, D. L. Matson, and T. V. Johnson (2009), Io: heat flow from dark volcanic fields, Icarus, 204 (1), 239-253, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.06.027.

Verpoorter, C., V. Carrere, and J.-P. Combe (2009), Sediment characterization in intertidal zone of the Bourgneuf bay using the automatic Modified Gaussian Model (AMGM), paper presented in 6th EARseL workshop on imaging spectroscopy, Tel-Aviv, Israel, March 16-19, 2009,

Verpoorter, C., J.-P. Combe, and L. Le Corre (2009), Sediment characterization in intertidal zone of the Bourgneuf bay using the Automatic Modified Gaussian Model (AMGM), paper presented at EGU 2009 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24, 2009, EGU2009-6261.

Wendt, L., J.-P. Combe, P. C. McGuire, J. L. Bishop, and G. Neukum (2009), Linear Spectral Unmixing of Near-Infrared Hyperspectral Data from Juventae Chasma, Mars, paper presented in SPIE Conference on Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XV, Berlin Conference Centre, Berlin Germany, August 31- September 3, 2009, 74770M.

Wendt, L., C. Gross, P. C. McGuire, J.-P. Combe, and G. Neukum (2009), Analysis of Juventae Chasma Sulfate Mound B using the Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM) on CRISM Data, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-27, 2009, #1531.

Williams, D. A., R. Greeley, R. L. Fergason, R. Kuzmin, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, J. W. Head III, L. Xiao, L. Manfredi, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, D. Baratoux, J. J. Plaut, J. Riaitala, G. Neukum, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2009), The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars:  Overview, Planetary and Space Science, 57 (8 - 9), 895 - 916, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2008.08.010.

Williams, D. A., R. Greeley, L. Manfredi, R. L. Fergason, J.-P. Combe, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, and T. B. McCord (2009), Area-age estimates and physical properties of the Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars, paper presented at EGU 2009 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 19-24, 2009, EGU2009-11209.

Williams, D. A., R. Greeley, L. Manfredi, R. L. Fergason, J.-P. Combe, F. Poulet, P. C. Pinet, C. Rosemberg, H. Clenet, T. B. McCord, J. Raitala, and G. Neukum (2009), The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars: Detailed Area-Age Estimates and Physical-Compositional Properties of the Surface, paper presented at 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, TX, March 23-37, 2009, #1401.

Williams, D. A., G. R., R. L. Fergason, J.-P. Combe, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, T. B. McCord, and G. Neukum (2009), Basaltic Materials in the Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province: New Insights, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, September 14-18, 2009, #140.

Bell III, J. F., T. Glotch, V. Hamilton, T. McConnochie, T. B. McCord, A. S. McEwen, and P. Christense (2008), Visible wavelength multispectral observations of Mars, in The Martian Surface: Composition, Mineralogy and Physical Properties, edited by J. F. Bell III, Cambridge University Press.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, G. Y. Kramer, and T. B. McCord (2008), Mapping of the Mineralogy of the Moon with Clementine UVVIS and NIR Data Analyzed by a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM), paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 10-14, 2008, #2247.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, G. Y. Kramer, and T. B. McCord (2008), Mineralogy of the Moon investigated from spectral analysis of Clementine UVVIS and NIR data, paper presented at EGU 2008 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18, 2008, EGU2008-A-11380.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2008), Investigation of the Mars Express HRSC color channel calibration, Advances in Space Research, 43 (1), 128-137, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2008.05.008.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2008), Mars-Express/HRSC Spectral Data of MER Landing Sites Analyzed by a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Linear Unmixing Model (MELSUM), paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 14-18, 2008, #2381.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2008), Surface Units of MER landing sites as seen by Mars Express/HRSC color data, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2008, #P53A-1440.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2008), HRSC Spectra Analyzed by Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Linear Unmixing Model (MELSUM), paper presented at EGU 2008 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, April 13-18, 2008, EGU2008-A-05404.

Coradini, A., F. Tosi, A. I. Gavrishin, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Filacchione, A. Adriani, R. H. Brown, G. Bellucci, V. Formisano, E. D'Aversa, J. I. Lunine, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, M. Combes, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, M. Hedman, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, M. Showalter, C. Griffith, and G. Strazzulla (2008), Identification of spectral units on Phoebe, Icarus, 193 (1), 233-251, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.07.023.

Coustenis, A., S. K. Atreya, T. Balint, R. H. Brown, M. K. Dougherty, F. Ferri, M. Fulchignoni, D. Gautier, R. A. Gowen, C. A. Griffith, ..., T. B. McCord, and others (2008), TandEM: Titan and Enceladus mission, Springer Science - Experimental Astronomy, 23 (3), 893-946, DOI: 10.1007/s10686-008-9103-z.

Cruikshank, D. P., E. Wegryn, C. M. Dalle Ore, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, Y. J. Pendleton, T. C. Owen, G. Filacchione, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, F. Capaccioni, R. Jaumann, R. M. Nelson, K. H. Baines, C. Sotin, G. Bellucci, M. Combes, R. Y. Langevin, B. Sicardy, D. L. Matson, V. Formisano, P. Drossart, and V. Mennella (2008), Hydrocarbons on Saturn's satellites Iapetus and Phoebe, Icarus, 193 (2), 334-343, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.04.036.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, J. N. Cuzzi, D. P. Cruikshank, P. D. Nicholson, M. Hedman, T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. Jaumann, and K. Stephan (2008), From Satellites to Rings: The Diversity of the Saturnian System Ices in the VIS-NIR at the End of Cassini-VIMS Nominal Mission, paper presented at DPS Meeting #40, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Ithaca, NY, October 10-15, 2008, #45.05, p.479.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, P. D. Nicholson, J. N. Cuzzi, M. Hedman, M. R. Showalter, R. Jaumann, K. Stephan, D. P. Cruikshank, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, R. M. Nelson, and T. B. McCord (2008), The Diversity of Saturn's Main Rings: A Cassini-VIMS Perspective, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 10-14, 2008, #1294.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2008), Widespread CO2 and other non-ice compounds on the anti-jovian and trailing sides of Europa from Galileo/NIMS observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 35, 5, DOI: 10.1029/2007GL031748.

Hayne, P. O., T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, J. W. Barnes, and G. B. Hansen (2008), Titan: Observational Constraints on Cryovolcanism, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 14-18, 2008, #2010.

Hayne, P. O., and D. A. Paige (2008), Mars Polar Cold Spots: Modeling and Observation With MRO/Mars Climate Sounder, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2008, #P41B-1379.

Hayne, P. O., and D. A. Paige (2008), Mars Polar Cold Spots Observed by MRO/Mars Climate Sounder, paper presented at Third International Workshop on The Mars Atmosphere: Modeling and Observations, Williamsburg, VA, November 10-13, 2008, 9121.

Hayne, P. O., and D. A. Paige (2008), Mars Polar Cold Spots Observed by MRO Mars Climate Sounder, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 10-14, 2008, #2516.

Jaumann, R., R. H. Brown, K. Stephan, J. W. Barnes, L. A. Soderblom, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, R. N. Clarke, J. Soderblom, B. J. Buratti, R. Wagner, T. B. McCord, S. Rodriguez, K. H. Baines, D. P. Cruikshank, P. D. Nicholoson, C. A. Griffith, and M. Langhans (2008), Fluvial erosion and post-erosional processes on Titan, Icarus, 197 (2), 526-538, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2008.06.002.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, M. C. De Sanctis, ..., T. B. McCord, and others (2008), DAWN: Eine Reise zu Den Anfangen des Sonnensystem (DAWN: A Journey to the Beginning of the Solar System), paper presented in DGLR, Jahrbuch, September 27, 2008, 1253-1259.

Jaumann, R., K. Stephan, G. B. Hansen, R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, S. F. Newman, G. Bellucci, G. Filacchione, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Griffith, C. A. Hibbitts, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, C. Sotin, and R. G. Wagner (2008), Distribution of icy particles across Enceladus'  surface as derived from Cassini-VIMS measurements, Icarus, 193 (2), 407-419, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.09.013.

Kramer, G., J. Harder, and T. B. McCord (2008), Real Solar Irradiance Data for Planetary Surface Studies, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2008, #P51B-1407.

Kramer, G. Y., B. L. Jolliff, and C. R. Neal (2008), Distinguishing high-alumina mare basalts using Clementine UVVIS and Lunar Prospector GRS data: Mare Moscoviense and Mare Nectaris, Journal of Geophysical Research, 113 (E1), 1-18, DOI: DOI: 10.1029/2006JE002860.

Kramer, G. Y., T. B. McCord, J. W. Harder, G. Thuillier, W. Bear Fight Center, WA, L. f. A. a. S. P. (LASP), B. University of Colorado, CO, and V.-l.-B. Service d'Aronomie du CNRS, France (2008), The Extraterrestrial Spectrum for Planetary Mapping: A Look at Options for Chandrayaan-1's Moon Mineralogy Mapper, paper presented in 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, Texas, March 10-14, 2008, 2008, #2236.

Le Deit, L., O. Bourgeois, S. Le Mouélic, D. Mege, J.-P. Combe, C. Sotin, and M. Masse (2008), Light-Toned Layers on Plateaus Above Valles Marineris (Mars), paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 14-18, 2008, #1740.

Le Deit, L., S. Le Mouélic, O. Bourgeois, J.-P. Combe, D. Mege, C. Sotin, A. Gendrin, E. Hauber, N. Mangold, and J.-P. Bibring (2008), Ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma, Valles Marineris (Mars) inferred from analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data: Identification and geological interpretation, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 113 (E07001), 18 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2007JE002950.

Massé, M., O. Bourgeois, S. Le Mouélic, L. Le Deit, C. Verpoorter, J.-P. Combe, C. Sotin, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, R. Y. Langevin, and The Omega Team (2008), Sulfates, Ferric Oxides and Al-OH Bearing Minerals in Aram Chaos: Comparison of OMEGA and CRISM Data, paper presented at Workshop on Martian phyllosilicates: Recorders of Aqueous processes?, Paris, France, October 21-23, 2008, 45-46.

Massé, M., S. Le Mouélic, O. Bourgeois, J.-P. Combe, L. Le Deit, C. Sotin, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, and R. Y. Langevin (2008), Mineralogical composition, structure, morphology, and geological history of Aram Chaos crater fill on Mars derived from OMEGA Mars Express data, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 113 (E12006), 15 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2008JE003131.

Massé, M., S. Le Mouélic, O. Bourgeois, J.-P. Combe, L. Le Deit, C. Sotin, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, Y. Langevin, and The Omega Team (2008), Geological History of Aram Chaos (Mars) Based on Joint Mineralogical and Morphological Analysis, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 14-18, 2008, #1674.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2008), Europa's Surface Composition Using Reprocessed Galileo Nims Data, paper presented at DPS Meeting #40, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Ithaca, NY, 2008, #44.02, p.477.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, and G. B. Hansen (2008), Spectroscopic Evidence for Titan Surface Materials, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2008, #P11D-04.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, and G. B. Hansen (2008), Titan: The case for CO2 on the surface, paper presented at EGU 2008 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18, 2008, EGU2008-A-05368.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, G. B. Hansen, J. W. Barnes, S. Rodriguez, S. Le Mouélic, E. K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, C. Sotin, P. Nicholson, R. Jaumann, R. Nelson, and The Cassini Vims Team (2008), Titan's surface: Search for spectral diversity and composition using the Cassini VIMS investigation, Icarus, 194 (1), 212-242, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.08.039.

Nelson, R. M., L. Kamp, R. M. C. Lopes, D. L. Matson, R. L. Kirk, B. W. Hapke, M. D. Boryta, F. E. Leader, W. D. Smythe, K. H. Baines, R. Jauman, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, R. Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2008), Saturn's Titan: Reports Suggesting Surface Activity from Cassini VIMS and Radar Observations, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Woodlands, TX, March 10-14, 2008, #1862.

Nicholson, P. D., M. Hedman, R. N. Clark, M. R. Showalter, D. P. Cruikshank, J. N. Cuzzi, G. Filacchione, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. B. Hansen, B. Sicardy, P. Drossart, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, K. H. Baines, and A. Coradini (2008), A close look at Saturn's rings with Cassini VIMS, Icarus, 193 (1), 182-212, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.08.036.

Raymond, C. A., C. T. Russell, F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, U. Christensen, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, H. Sierks, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2008), Dawn mission status and plans, paper presented at EGU 2008 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18, 2008, EGU2008-A-11310.

Raymond, C. A., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, C. DeSanctis, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, U. Christensen, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, and M. T. Zuber (2008), Dawn mission status and plans, paper presented at 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Montreal, Canada, July 13-20, 2008.

Stephan, K., R. Jaumann, R. J. Wagner, T. Roatsch, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Hibbitts, G. B. Hansen, B. J. Buratti, G. Filacchione, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, P. D. Nicholson, R. M. Nelson, and R. H. Brown (2008), Relationships of Dione's Spectral Properties to Geological Surface Units, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 10-14, 2008, #1717.

Sykes, M. V., C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, U. Christensen, A. Coradini, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, D. E. Smith, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2008), The Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres, paper presented at AOGS 2008, Busan, Korea, June 16-20, 2008.

Sykes, M. V., C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, U. Christensen, A. Coradini, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, D. E. Smith, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2008), The Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres, paper presented at Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2008, Baltimore, MD, July 13-18, 2008.

Various, and T. B. McCord (2008), Jupiter Ganymede Orbiter, ESA Contribution to the Europa Jupiter System Mission, Assessment Study Report ESA-SRE(2008)2, 106 pps., European Space Agency (ESA).

Wendt, L., J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, and G. Neukum (2008), Mapping of Martian Surface Units using HRSC Color Data, paper presented at 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 14-18, 2008, #1242.

Williams, D. A., R. Greeley, R. L. Fergason, R. Kuzmin, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, J. W. Head III, L. Xiao, L. Manfredi, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, D. Baratoux, J. J. Plaut, J. Raitala, G. Neukum, and T. H. C.-I. Team (2008), The Circum-Hellas Volcanic Province, Mars: Overview, Planetary and Space Science, 57, 895-916, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2008.08.010.

Adriani, A., M. L. Moriconi, G. Filacchione, F. Tosi, A. Coradini, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, D. L. Matson, R. M. Nelson, T. W. Momary, G. Bellucci, V. Formisano, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, M. R. Showalter, P. Drossart, B. Sicardy, R. Jaumann, N. Baugh, C. A. Griffith, R. Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and C. Sotin (2007), The de-striping of the VIMS-V images and the observations of HCN limb emission in the Titan atmosphere at 3 microns, Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana Supplement 11, 37.

Barille, L., V. Meleder, J.-P. Combe, P. Launeau, Y. Rince, V. Carrere, and M. Morancais (2007), Comparative analysis of field and laboratory spectral reflectances of benthic diatoms with a modified Gaussian model approach, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 343 (2), 197-209, DOI: 10.1016/j.jembe.2006.11.013.

Barnes, J. W., R. H. Brown, L. A. Soderblom, B. J. Buratti, C. Sotin, S. Rodriguez, S. Le Mouélic, K. H. Baines, R. N. Clark, and P. D. Nicholson (2007), Global-scale surface spectral variations on Titan seen from Cassini/VIMS, Icarus, 186 (1), 242-258, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2006.08.021.

Barnes, J. W., R. H. Brown, L. A. Soderblom, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, L. Lecorre, B. J. Buratti, K. M. Pitman, R. N. Clark, R. Jaumann, and P. O. Hayne (2007), Titan as an Icy Moon: Evidence for Cryovolcanism and Tectonics from Cassini/VIMS, paper presented at Workshop on Ices, Oceans and Fire: Satellites of the Outer Solar System, Boulder, CO, August 13-15, 2007, 13-14.

Carlson, R. W., W. Calvin, J. B. Dalton, G. B. Hansen, R. Hudson, R. E. Johnson, T. B. McCord, and M. H. Moore (2007), Europa's surface composition: What we know, what we would like to know, and how we can find out, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P51E-02.

Castillo-Rogez, J. C., T. B. McCord, and A. G. Davies (2007), Ceres: Evolution and present state, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #2006.

Clark, R. N., R. H. Brown, D. P. Cruikshank, B. J. Buratti, R. Jaumann, P. D. Nicholoson, K. H. Baines, G. Filacchione, R. M. Nelson, C. Sotin, T. B. McCord, J. M. Curchin, T. M. Hoefen, and The VIMS Team (2007), Compositional mapping of Saturn's satellite Iapetus with Cassin VIMS and implications of dark material in the Saturn system, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P13C-1426.

Clark, R. N., J. M. Curchin, R. H. Brown, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, J. I. Lunine, T. M. Hoefen, E. H. Baines, B. Buratti, J. W. Barnes, P. D. Nicholson, and K. Stephan (2007), Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface Science, submitted.

Combe, J.-P., J. B. Adams, and T. B. McCord (2007), Methodology to investigate Mars' surface properties and composition using HRSC data: First results, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #2367.

Combe, J.-P., G. Y. Kramer, and M. B. Thomas (2007), Mineralogy of the Moon by multiple endmember spectral unmixing of Clementine UVVIS and NIR data, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P51B-0494.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, A. Gendrin, J. F. Mustard, L. Le Deit, P. Launeau, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, Y. Langevin, and P. Pinet (2007), Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data hyperspectral data using a Multiple-Endmember Linear Spectral Unmixing Model (MELSUM): Methodology and first results, Planetary and Space Science, 56 (7), 951-975, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2007.12.007.

Combe, J.-P., and T. B. McCord (2007), How to use HRSC multispectral data? Example for the Echus Chasma region, paper presented at European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, November 12-16, 2007, #11297000.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, P. O. Hayne, and G. B. Hansen (2007), Titan's Surface Composition Investigated by Spectral Mixture Analysis of VIMS/Cassini Data, paper presented at DPS Meeting #39, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Orlando, FL, October 7-12, 2007, #44.03, p.500.

Cruikshank, D. P., J. B. Dalton, C. M. Dalle Ore, J. Bauer, K. Stephan, G. Filacchione, A. R. Hendrix, C. J. Hansen, A. Coradini, P. Cerrone, F. Tosi, F. Capaccione, R. Jaumann, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, R. H. Brown, R. M. Nelson, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, P. D. Nicholson, C. Sotin, A. W. Meyer, C. T. Bellucci, M. Combes, J.-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, B. Sicardy, D. L. Matson, V. Formisano, P. Drossart, and V. Mennella (2007), Surface composition of Hyperion, Nature, 448 (7149), 54-56, DOI: 10.1038/nature05948.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, F. Tosi, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, P. D. Nicholson, R. M. Nelson, J. N. Cuzzi, T. B. McCord, M. Hedman, and M. R. Showalter (2007), Cassini-VIMS observations of Saturn's main rings, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #1513.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, T. B. McCord, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, G. Bellucci, F. Tosi, E. D'Aversa, V. Formisano, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, G. Hansen, K. Hibbitts, M. Showalter, and S. Newman (2007), Saturn's icy satellites investigated by Cassini-VIMS - I. Full-disk properties: 350-5100 nm reflectance spectra and phase curves, Icarus, 186 (1), 259-290, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2006.08.001.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, F. Tosi, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, A. Adriani, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, B. G., R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. G. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholoson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2007), VIS-NIR spectrophotometric study of the Saturnian icy satellites by Cassini-VIMS, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P12B-08.

Greeley, R., D. A. Williams, R. L. Fergason, O. R. Kuzmin, J. Raitala, G. Neukum, T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, D. Baratoux, P. Pinet, and L. Xiao (2007), The Tyrrhena-Malea volcanic providence, Mars, paper presented at European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, November 12-16, 2007.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2007), Widespread CO2 and other non-ice compounds on the anti-Jovian and trailing sides of Europa from Galileo/NIMS observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 35 (L0 1202), DOI: 10.1029/2007GL031748.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2007), CO2, SO, hydrates, and other constituents on the trailing and anti-jovian hemispheres of Europa from reprocessed Galileo/NIMS measurements, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P53B-1247.

Hayne, P. O., T. B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, and G. B. Hansen (2007), Constraints on Titan's surface composition from 5-μm Cassini/VIMS observations, paper presented at DPS Meeting #39, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Orlando, FL, October 7-12, 2007, #57.06, p.532.

Hedman, M., P. D. Nicholson, H. Salo, B. D. Wallis, B. J. Buratti, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, and R. N. Clark (2007), Self-gravity wake structures in Saturn's a ring revealed by Cassini vims, Astronomical Journal, 133 (6), 2624-2629, DOI: 10.1086/516828.

Jaumann, R., R. H. Brown, K. Stephan, L. A. Soderblom, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, R. N. Clark, J. Barnes, B. Buratti, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Griffith, P. D. Nicholson, and R. G. Wagner (2007), Surface erosion of Titan, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #2100.

Jaumann, R., G. Neukum, T. Behnke, T. C. Duxbury, K. Eichentopf, J. Flohrer, S. van Gasselt, B. Giese, K. Gwinner, E. Hauber, H. Hoffmann, A. Hoffmeister, U. Kohler, K. Matz, T. B. McCord, V. Mertens, J. Oberst, R. Pischel, D. Reiss, E. Ress, T. Roatsch, P. Saiger, F. Scholten, G. Schwarz, K. Stephan, M. Wahlisch, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2007), The high-resolution stereo camera (HRSC) experiment on Mars Express: Instrument aspects and experiment conduct from interplanetary cruise through the nominal mission, Planetary and Space Science, 55 (7-8), 928-952, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.12.003.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, U. Keller, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, S. Mottola, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, H. Sirks, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, M. T. Zuber, and The Dawn Science Team (2007), DAWN: Eine Reise Zu Den Anfangen Des Sonnensystems.

Kramer, G. Y., J.-P. Combe, and T. B. McCord (2007), Characterizing lunar crustal geology, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P41A-0201.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Combe, A. R. Gillespie, G. B. Hansen, H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, G. Neukum, P. Pinet, F. Poulet, K. Stephan, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2007), The Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera spectrophotometric data: Characteristics and science analysis, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 112, E06004, DOI: 10.1029/2006JE002769.

McCord, T. B., and J.-P. Combe (2007), Mapping of spectral units using HRSC color data., paper presented at European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, November 12-16, 2007, #1117565.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, P. O. Hayne, and G. B. Hansen (2007), CO2 on Titan's surface, paper presented at DPS Meeting #39, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Orlando, FL, October 7-12, 2007, #57.03, p.531.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, and G. B. Hansen (2007), The case for CO2 on Titan from VIMS reflectance spectra, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P23B-1356.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, G. B. Hansen, J. W. Barnes, B. J. Buratti, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, and P. D. Nicholson (2007), Titan: Surface composition from Cassini VIMS, paper presented at EGU 2007 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 15-20, 2007, EGU2007-A-05739.

Nelson, R. M., L. Kamp, D. L. Matson, M. Boryta, F. Leader, K. H. Baines, R. Lopes, W. D. Smythe, R. Jaumann, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, B. W. Hapke, R. H. Brown, B. Sicardy, J. I. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, Y. G. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, and P. D. Nicholoson (2007), Saturn's Titan: Searching for surface change, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P22B-03.

Nelson, R. M., L. Kamp, D. L. Matson, P. G. J. Irwin, K. H. Baines, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, R. Jaumann, W. D. Smythe, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, J. C. Pearl, B. W. Hapke, J. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2007), Saturn's Titan: Cassini VIMS reports regional reflectance change consistent with surface activity, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #2158.

Neukum, G., A. T. Basilevsky, M. G. Chapman, S. C. Werner, S. van Gasselt, R. Jaumann, E. Hauber, H. Hoffmann, U. Wolf, J. W. Head III, R. Greeley, T. B. McCord, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2007), The geologic evolution of Mars: Episodicity of resurfacing events and ages from cratering analysis of image data and correlation with radiometric ages of Martian meteorites, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #2271.

Orlando, T. M., G. A. Grieves, and T. B. McCord (2007), The perturbation of near-IR optical features of water ice induced by frozen acids, brines and organic polymers, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P11D-0807.

Pappalardo, R. T., K. Clark, R. Greeley, R. Abelson, B. Bills, D. Blankenship, E. Jorgenson, P. Kahn, K. Khurana, K. Kirby, K. Klaasen, R. Lock, G. Man, T. B. McCord, W. Moore, C. Paranica, L. Prockter, R. Rasumussen, and M. Sogin (2007), Europa Explorer: A mission to explore Europa and investigate its habitability, paper presented at DPS Meeting #39, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Orlando, FL, October 7-12, 2007, #28.02, p.465.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. Buratti, B. Clark, R. Green, J. W. Head III, S. Lundeen, E. Malaret, T. B. McCord, J. Mustard, C. Runyon, M. Staid, J. M. Sunshine, L. A. Taylor, S. Tompkins, and P. Varanasi (2007), M3 on Chandrayaan-1: Strategy for mineral assessment of the Moon, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #1295.

Pitman, K. M., B. J. Buratti, K. H. Baines, R. A. West, P. Dumont, M. J. Wolff, R. H. Brown, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clarke, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. G. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholoson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, and The VIIMS Team (2007), Surface-atmospheric separation models for Titan: Plane parallel vs. spherical shell radiative transfer solutions for Cassini VIMS Data, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2007, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2007, #P23B-1357.

Russell, C. T., M. A. Barruci, R. P. Binzel, M. T. Capria, U. Christensen, A. Coradini, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, H. U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, K. D. McKeegan, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, A. Nathues, G. Neukum, C. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, H. Sierks, D. E. Smith, T. Spohn, M. V. Sykes, F. Vilas, and M. T. Zuber (2007), Exploring the asteroid belt with ion propulsion: Dawn mission history, status and plans, Advances in Space Research, Vol. 40 (2), 193 - 201, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2007.05.083.

Russell, C. T., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, H. U. Keller, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, S. Mottola, C. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, M. V. Sykes, D. E. Smith, and M. T. Zuber (2007), Dawn Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Symbiosis between terrestrial observations and robotic exploration, Earth, Moon, Planet, 101, 65-, DOI: 10.1007/s11038-007-9151-9.

Soderblom, L. A., R. L. Kirk, J. I. Lunine, J. A. Anderson, K. H. Baines, J. W. Barnes, J. M. Barrett, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. Elachi, M. A. Janssen, R. Jaumann, E. Karkoschka, S. Le Mouélic, R. M. Lopes, R. D. Lorenz, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, J. Radebaugh, B. Rizk, C. Sotin, E. R. Stofan, T. L. Sucharski, M. G. Tomasko, and S. D. Wall (2007), Correlations between Cassini VIMS spectra and RADAR SAR images: Implications for Titan's surface composition and the character of the Huygens probe landing site, Planetary and Space Science, 55 (13), 2025-2036, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2007.04.014.

Stephan, K., R. Jaumann, G. B. Hansen, R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Griffiths, C. A. Hibbitts, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, C. Sotin, and R. G. Wagner (2007), Distribution of icy particles across Enceladus' surface as derived from Cassini-VIMS measurements, paper presented at 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Lunar and Planetary Institute, League City, TX, March 12-16, 2007, #1747.

Wendt, L., J.-P. Combe, T. B. McCord, and G. Neukum (2007), Mapping of sulfate deposits using HRSC color data, paper presented at European Mars Science and Exploration Conference: Mars Express and ExoMars, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, November 12-16, 2007, #1119909.

Adams, J. B., and A. R. Gillespie (2006), Remote sensing of landscapes with spectral images: A Physical Modeling Approach, 362 pp., Cambridge University Press, New York.

Adriani, A., M. Moriconi, F. Colosimo, A. Coradini, G. Filacchione, R. Orosei, E. D'Aversa, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Determination of the haze layer parameters in the Saturn atmosphere from Cassini VIMS images, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1584.

Bargery, A. S., D. Mege, S. Le Mouélic, and J.-P. Combe (2006), Near-Infrared Analysis of Tempe Terra, Olympica Fossae and Nili Fossae from OMEGA Data, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1684.

Barnes, J. W., R. H. Brown, J. Radebaugh, B. J. Buratti, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, E. P. Turtle, J. Perry, R. Clark, K. H. Baines, and P. D. Nicholson (2006), Cassini observations of flow-like features in western Tui Regio, Titan, Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L16204, DOI: 10.1029/2006GL026843.

Bernard, J.-M., E. Quirico, O. Brissaud, G. Montagnac, B. Reynard, P. McMillan, P. Coll, M.-J. Nguyen, F. Raulin, and B. Schmitt (2006), Reflectance spectra and chemical structure of Titan's tholins: Application to the analysis of Cassin-Huygens observations, Icarus, 185 (1), 301-307, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2006.06.004.

Brown, R. H., K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, N. Baugh, C. A. Griffith, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, T. W. Momary, and M. R. Showalter (2006), Observations in the Saturn system during approach and orbital insertion, with Cassini's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS), Astronomy & Astrophysics, 446 (2), 707-716, DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361:20053054.

Brown, R. H., R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, D. P. Cruikshank, J. W. Barnes, R. M. E. Mastrapa, J. Bauer, S. Newman, T. Momary, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Composition and physical properties of Enceladus' surface, Science, 311 (5766), 1425-1428, DOI: 10.1126/science.1121031.

Brown, R. H., R. N. Clark, L. A. Soderblom, J. W. Barnes, C. Sotin, C. Griffith, B. J. Buratti, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, and P. Nicholson (2006), The Surface of Titan as Seen by the Cassini VIMS Investigation, paper presented at DPS Meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, October 8-13, 2006, #48.02, p.574.

Buratti, B. J., C. Sotin, R. H. Brown, M. D. Hicks, R. N. Clark, J. A. Mosher, T. B. McCord, R. Jaumann, K. H. Baines, P. D. Nicholson, T. W. Momary, D. p. Simonelli, and B. Sicardy (2006), Titan: Preliminary results on surface properties and photometry from VIMS observations of the early flybys, Planetary and Space Science, 54 (15), 1498-1509, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.06.015.

Clark, R. N., J. M. Curchin, R. H. Brown, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, J. I. Lunine, T. M. Hoefen, E. H. Baines, B. Buratti, J. W. Barnes, and P. D. Nicholson (2006), Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface observed by VIMS paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006.

Clark, R. N., J. M. Curchin, R. H. Brown, J. H. Waite, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, J. Lunine, T. M. Hoefen, T. E. Cravens, R. V. Yelle, V. Vuitton, E. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, J. W. Barnes, T. B. McCord, and P. D. Nicholson (2006), Detection of widespread aromatic and aliphatic hydrocarbon deposits on Titan's surface observed by VIMS and excess benzene observed in Titan's atmosphere by INMS, paper presented at DPS Meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, September 8-13, 2006, #48.04.

Combe, J.-P., J. B. Adams, and T. B. McCord (2006), Mapping Geological Units on Mars by Analyzing the Spectral Properties of the surface from the Mars-Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P23D-0094.

Combe, J.-P., P. Launeau, P. Pinet, D. Despan, E. Harris, G. Ceuleneer, and C. Sotin (2006), Mapping of an ophiolite complex by high-resolution visible-infrared spectrometry, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 7 (Q08001), 11 pp., DOI: 10.1029/2005GC001214.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, A. Gendrin, L. Le Deit, J. F. Mustard, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, and R. Y. Langevin (2006), Omega Science Team analysis of OMEGA /Mars Express hyperspectral data using a linear unmixing model: Methods and preliminary results, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #2115.

Combe, J.-P., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, A. Gendrin, L. Le Deit, J. F. Mustard, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, R. Y. Langevin, and The OMEGA Science Team (2006), Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express Hyperspectral Data Using a Linear Unmixing Model: Methods and Preliminary Results, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #2010.

Combe, J.-P., T. B. McCord, and P. O. Hayne (2006), Mapping Titan's Surface With VIMS Data By a Customized Spectral Unmixing Method, paper presented at DPS Meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, October 8-13, 2006, #56.03, p.585.

Coustenis, A., A. Negrao, A. Salama, B. Schulz, E. Lellouch, P. Rannou, P. Drossart, T. Encrenaz, B. Schmitt, V. Boudon, and A. Nikitin (2006), Titan's 3-micron spectral region from ISO high-resolution spectroscopy, Icarus, 180 (1), 176-185, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2005.08.007.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, F. Tosi, A. Adriani, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, N. M. Robert, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, and M. L. Moriconi (2006), Full-disk observations of the saturnian moons in the VIS-NIR spectral range by Cassini-VIMS, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P32A-04.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, F. Tosi, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, and The VIMS Team (2006), A comparative study of Saturn's icy satellites spectrophotometric properties by Cassini/VIMS, paper presented at 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Beijing, China, July 16-23, 2006.

Filacchione, G., A. Coradini, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, A. Adriani, M. Moriconi, E. D'Aversa, F. Tosi, and F. Colosimo (2006), VIS-NIR spectral properties of Saturn's minor icy moons, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1271.

Hansen, G. B., K. H. Baines, T. B. McCord, and B. J. Buratti (2006), Modeling of the Titan Atmosphere to Obtain Surface Albedos From Cassini-VIMS Infrared Spectra, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P13A-0152.

Hansen, G. B., T. B. McCord, C. Hibbitts, and L. W. Kamp (2006), Recalibration and Rectification of Additional Galileo NIMS Spectral Images of the Galilean Satellites, paper presented at DPS Meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, October 8-13, 2006, #30.14, p.540.

Hapke, B. W., R. M. Nelson, R. H. Brown, L. J. Spilker, W. D. Smythe, L. Kamp, M. Boryta, F. Leader, D. L. Matson, S. Edgington, P. Drossart, G. Filacchione, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Bibring, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, G. Bellucci, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Cassini observations of the opposition effect of Saturn's rings 2. Interpretation: Plaster of Paris as an analog of ring particles, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1466.

Hayne, P. O., J.-P. Combe, and T. B. McCord (2006), Omacatl and Elpis Maculae as possible sources of windblown dark material, from Cassini VIMS, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P13A-0166.

Hayne, P. O., N. H. Sleep, and J. J. Lissauer (2006), Europa's Asymmetric Shell: Stress and Rotation, paper presented at DPS Meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, October 8-13, 2006, #30.07, p.538.

Jaumann, R., K. Stephan, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, T. B. McCord, A. Coradini, F. Capaccioni, G. Filacchione, P. Cerroni, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, M. L. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, L. A. Soderblom, C. A. Griffith, K. Matz, T. Roatsch, F. Scholten, and C. C. Porco (2006), High-resolution CASSINI-VIMS mosaics of Titan and the icy Saturnian satellites, Planetary and Space Science, 54 (12), 1146-1155, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.05.034.

Jaumann, R., K. Stephan, R. J. Wagner, G. B. Hansen, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, C. A. Hibbitts, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Distribution of Icy Particles Across Enceladus' Surface, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006.

Le Deit, L., A. Gendrin, S. Le Mouélic, J.-P. Combe, O. Bourgeois, D. Mege, C. Sotin, E. Hauber, and J.-P. Bibring (2006), Identification of ferric oxides in East Candor Chasma (Valles Marineris, Mars) with several methods of analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express data - geomorphological context, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany, September 18-22, 2006, #597.

Le Deit, L., S. Le Mouélic, J.-P. Combe, E. Hauber, A. Gendrin, C. Sotin, D. Mege, O. Bourgeois, J.-P. Bibring, and The Omega Science Team (2006), Geology of East Candor Chasma, Mars Inferred from Analysis of OMEGA and HRSC Data, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #2115.

Le Mouélic, S., J.-P. Combe, C. Sotin, L. Le Deit, A. Gendrin, J. F. Mustard, J.-P. Bibring, R. Y. Langevin, B. Gondet, and P. C. Pinet (2006), Analysis of OMEGA/Mars Express hyperspectral images with a linear unmixing model, paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany, September 18-22, 2006, #494.

Le Mouélic, S., C. Sotin, J.-P. Combe, L. Ledeit, A. Gendrin, J. F. Mustard, J.-P. Bibring, R. Y. Langevin, B. Gondet, and P. C. Pinet (2006), Composition of the Dust on Mars Derived from OMEGA Hyperspectral Images, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1409.

Matson, D. L., A. G. Davies, G. J. Veeder, J. A. Rathbun, T. V. Johnson, and J. C. Castillo (2006), Io: Loki Patera as a magma sea, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 111 (E09002), DOI: 10.1029/2006JE002703.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, G. Bellucci, R. Jaumann, G. Neukum, F. Poulet, and A. R. Gillespie (2006), Mars Surface Compositional Units from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1757.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, G. Bellucci, R. Jaumann, G. Neukum, F. Poulet, and A. R. Gillespie (2006), Mars Surface Compositional Units and Some Geological Implications from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at EGU 2006 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 2-7, 2006, EGU06-A-04940.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, G. B. Hansen, J.-P. Combe, G. Bellucci, R. Jaumann, G. Neukum, F. Poulet, and A. R. Gillespie (2006), Mars surface compositional units and some geological implications from the Mars High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Beijing, China, 2006, #401.

McCord, T. B., and J. C. Castillo (2006), Ceres: Evolution and Present State #2, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P51A-1173.

McCord, T. B., J.-P. Combe, and P. O. Hayne (2006), Mars Surface Compositional Units and Some Geological Implications from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, Germany, September 18-22, 2006, #187.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, E. D'Aversa, C. A. Griffith, E. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, C. M. Dalle Ore, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, C. A. Hibbitts, R. Jaumann, J. I. Lunine, R. M. Nelson, C. Sotin, and The Cassini VIMS Team (2006), Composition of Titan's surface from Cassini VIMS, Planetary and Space Science, 54 (15), 1524-1539, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.06.007.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, E. D'Aversa, C. A. Griffith, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, C. M. Dalle Ore, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, C. A. Hibbitts, R. Jaumann, J. I. Lunine, R. M. Nelson, C. Sotin, and The Cassini VIMS Team (2006), Titan: Surface composition from Cassini VIMS, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1398.

McCord, T. B., P. O. Hayne, J.-P. Combe, G. B. Hansen, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, and P. D. Nicholson (2006), Titan Surface Composition Analysis Using VIMS, paper presented at DPS meeting #38, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, CA, October 8-13, 2006, #48.05, p.574.

McCord, T. B., L. McFadden, C. T. Russel, C. Sotin, and P. C. Thomas (2006), Ceres, Vesta, and Pallas: Protoplanets, Not Asteroids, EOS Trans. AGU, 87 (10), 105,109, DOI: DOI: 10.1029/2006EO100002.

Moriconi, M., A. Adriani, A. Gardini, A. Coradini, G. Filacchione, R. Orosei, E. D'Aversa, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Considerations on the Titan topography based on the Cassini-VIMS measurements in the NIR range, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1579.

Nelson, R. M., R. H. Brown, B. W. Hapke, W. D. Smythe, L. W. Kamp, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J. P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Photometric properties of Titan's surface from Cassini VIMS: Relevance to Titan's hemispherical albedo dichotomy and surface stability, Planetary and Space Science, 54 (15), 1540-1551, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2006.06.014.

Nelson, R. M., B. W. Hapke, R. H. Brown, L. J. Spilker, W. D. Smythe, L. Kamp, M. Boryta, F. Leader, D. L. Matson, S. Edgington, P. D. Nicholson, G. Filacchione, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Bibring, K. H. Baines, B. Buratti, G. Bellucci, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Cassini observations of the opposition effect of Saturn's rings-1, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006.

Nelson, R. M., L. W. Kamp, D. L. Matson, P. G. J. Irwin, K. H. Baines, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, R. Jaumann, W. D. Smythe, C. Sotin, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, J. C. Pearl, B. W. Hapke, J. I. Lunine, M. Combes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, R. Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2006), Saturn's Titan: Evidence for Surface Reflectance Change: Implications for Atmospheric and Volcanic Activity, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P12A-06.

Neukum, G., A. T. Basilevsky, S. Van Gasselt, R. Greeley, E. Hauber, J. W. Head III, H. Hoffmann, B. A. Ivanov, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, S. Preuschmann, S. C. Werner, D. A. Williams, U. Wolf, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2006), The Geological Evolution of Mars as Seen through the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at EGU 2006 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 2-7, 2006, EGU06-A-09299.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Boardman, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, R. Green, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, J. Mustard, C. Runyon, M. Staid, and J. M. Sunshine (2006), Global mineralogy of the Moon: A cornerstone to science and exploration, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1630.

Pinet, P. C., H. Clenet, C. Rosemberg, G. Ceuleneer, F. Heuripeau, E. Harris, Y. Daydou, D. Baratoux, S. C. Chevrel, P. Launeau, J.-P. Combe, S. Lemouelic, and C. Sotin (2006), Mantle rock surface Mineralogy Mapping in Arid Environment from Imaging Spectroscopy: The Case of the Maqsad Peridotitic Massif in Oman and Implications for the Spectroscopic Study of Exposed Mafic Units on Mars, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, The Woodlands, Texas, March 14-18, 2006, #1346.

Raymond, C. A., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, U. Christensen, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. T. Russell, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2006), A Strategy for exploring the asteroid belt with ion propulsion: The status of the Dawn mission, paper presented at EGU 2006 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 2-7, 2006.

Rodriguez, S., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, H. Clenet, R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, and K. H. Baines (2006), Cassini/VIMS hyperspectral observations of the HUYGENS landing site on Titan, Planetary and Space Science, 54 (15), 1510-1523, DOI: 10.1016/J.PSS.2006.06.016.

Rodriguez, S., S. Le Mouélic, C. Sotin, H. Clénet, R. N. Clark, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, T. B. McCord, and The Cassini VIMS Team (2006), Possible detection of local enrichment in water ice in the VIMS observations of the Huygens landing site, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1326.

Russell, C. T., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, U. Christensen, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, H. U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2006), Dawn Discovery mission to Vesta and Ceres: Present status, Advances in Space Research, 38 (9), 2043 - 2048, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2004.12.041.

Russell, C. T., C. Sotin, L. A. McFadden, T. B. McCord, and P. C. Thomas (2006), Ceres, Vesta and Pallas: Protoplanets, not Asteroids, EOS Trans. AGU, 87 (10), 105-109, DOI: 10.1029/2006EO100002.

Sotin, C., S. Rodriguez, S. Le Mouélic, G. Tobie, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, R. Jaumann, R. N. Clark, K. H. Baines, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, and The VIMS Team (2006), Cassini/VIMS observations of Titan: Geological implications, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1598.

Spencer, J. R., W. M. Grundy, C. Dumas, R. W. Carlson, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, and R. J. Terrile (2006), The nature of Europa's dark non-ice surface material: Spatially-resolved high spectral resolution spectroscopy from the Keck telescope, Icarus, 182 (1), 202-210, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2005.12.024.

Tosi, F., A. Coradini, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Filacchione, G. Bellucci, A. Adriani, M. Moriconi, E. D'Aversa, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Iapetus, Phoebe and Hyperion: Are they related?, paper presented at 37th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 2006, #1582.

Tosi, F., A. Coradini, D. Turrini, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, G. Filacchione, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2006), Spectral affinities in the icy moons of Saturn investigated through the G-mode multivariate classification method, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2006, San Francisco, CA, December 11-15, 2006, #P32A-05.

Baines, K. H., P. Drossart, M. Roos-Serote, V. Formisano, T. W. Momary, R. H. Brown, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2005), The Depths of Saturn Revealed: Discrete Cloud Systems and Winds at the 2-Bar Level as imaged by Cassini/VIMS, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P23D-08.

Baines, K. H., T. W. Momary, B. J. Buratti, D. L. Matson, R. M. Nelson, P. Drossart, B. Sicardy, V. Formisano, G. Bellucci, A. Coradini, C. Griffith, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, Y. Langevin, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, and C. Sotin (2005), The atmospheres of Saturn and Titan in the near-infrared: First results of Cassini/VIMS, Earth Moon and Planets, 96 (3-4), 119-147, DOI: 10.1007/s11038-005-9058-2.

Barnes, J. W., R. H. Brown, E. P. Turtle, A. S. McEwen, R. D. Lorenz, M. Janssen, E. L. Schaller, M. E. Brown, B. J. Buratti, C. Sotin, C. Griffith, R. Clark, J. Perry, S. Fussner, J. Barbara, R. West, C. Elachi, A. H. Bouchez, H. G. Roe, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, P. D. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2005), A 5-micron-bright spot on Titan: Evidence for surface diversity, Science, 310 (5745), 92-95, DOI: 10.1126/science.1117075.

Basilevsky, A. T., G. Neukum, B. A. Ivanov, S. K. Werner, S. van Gesselt, J. W. Head III, T. Denk, R. Jaumann, H. Hoffmann, E. Hauber, and T. B. McCord (2005), Morphology and geological structure of the western part of the Olympus Mons volcano on Mars from the analysis of the Mars Express HRSC imagery, Solar System Research, 39 (2), 85-101, DOI: 10.1007/s11208-005-0025-2.

Brown, R. H., K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2005), Cassini VIMS at Saturn: The first 6 months, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #1166.

Buratti, B. J., D. P. Cruikshank, R. H. Brown, R. N. Clark, J. M. Bauer, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, D. P. Simonelli, C. A. Hibbitts, G. B. Hansen, T. C. Owen, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, T. L. Roush, K. Soderlund, and A. Muradyan (2005), Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer observations of Iapetus: Detection of CO2, Astrophysical Journal, 622 (2), L149-L152, DOI: 10.1086/429800.

Castillo, J. C., D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, J. I. Lunine, T. B. McCord, C. Sotin, P. C. Thomas, and E. P. Turtle (2005), 26AI in the Saturnian System - New Interior Models for the Satunian satellites, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P32A-01.

Clark, R. N., R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, J. Curchin, and T. Hoefen (2005), Compositional Mapping of Surfaces in the Saturn System with Cassini VIMS: the Role of Water, Cyanide Compounds and Carbon Dioxide, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P22A-02.

Clark, R. N., R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, J. Curchin, and T. Hoefen (2005), Cassini VIMS compositional mapping of Surfaces in the Saturn System and the role of water, cyanide compounds and carbon dioxide, paper presented at DPS Meeting #37, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, England, September 4-9, 2005, #39.05, p.705.

Clark, R. N., R. H. Brown, R. Jaumann, D. P. Cruikshank, R. M. Nelson, B. J. Buratti, T. B. McCord, J. Lunine, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, T. M. Hoefen, J. M. Curchin, G. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, and K. D. Matz (2005), Compositional maps of Saturn's moon Phoebe from imaging spectroscopy, Nature, 435 (7038), 66-69, DOI: 10.1038/nature03558.

Combe, J.-P., P. Launeau, V. Carrere, D. Despan, V. Meleder, L. Barille, and C. Sotin (2005), Mapping microphytobenthos biomass by non-linear inversion of visible-infrared hyperspectral images, Remote Sensing of Environment, 98 (4), 371-387.

Combe, J.-P., V. Meleder, P. Launeau, L. Barille, S. Robert, V. Carrere, and Y. Rince (2005), Mapping microphytobenthos biomass by spectral mixture modelling, paper presented at 4th EARSeL workshop on Imaging spectroscopy, Warsaw, Poland, April 26-29, 2005.

Combe, J.-P., C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, P. Launeau, J. F. Mustard, A. Gendrin, J.-P. Bibring, B. Gondet, Y. Langevin, and The Omega Science Team (2005), Methodology of Hyperspectral Reflectance Data Analysis for Mineralogical Mapping of Planetary Surfaces : Application to OMEGA/Mars-Express Images, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #1633.

Coradini, A., M. C. De Sanctis, M. T. Capria, F. Capaccioni, G. Piccioni, G. Filacchione, R. Orosei, E. Ammannito, F. Tosi, and others (2005), VIR - The dawn mapping spectrometer, paper presented at Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2005, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 7-12, 2005.

Davies, A. G., D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, T. V. Johnson, and D. L. Blaney (2005), Post-solidification cooling and the age of Io's lava flows, Icarus, 176 (1), 123-137, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2005.01.015.

Filacchione, G., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, P. Cerroni, T. B. McCord, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, R. H. Brown, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2005), Full-disk observations of the Saturn's icy moons by Cassini/VIMS, paper presented at DPS Meeting #37, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, England, September 4-9, 2005, #36.03, p.701.

Flasar, F. M., R. K. Achterberg, B. J. Conrath, P. J. Gierasch, V. G. Kunde, C. A. Nixon, G. L. Bjoraker, D. E. Jennings, P. N. Romani, A. A. Simon-Miller, B. Bezard, A. Coustenis, P. G. J. Irwin, N. A. Teanby, J. Brasunas, J. C. Pearl, M. E. Segura, R. C. Carlson, A. Mamoutkine, P. J. Schinder, A. Barucci, R. Courtin, T. Fouchet, D. Gautier, E. Lellouch, A. Marten, R. Prange, S. Vinatier, D. F. Strobel, S. B. Calcutt, P. L. Read, F. W. Taylor, N. Bowles, R. E. Samuelson, G. S. Orton, L. J. Spilker, T. C. Owen, J. R. Spencer, M. R. Showalter, C. Ferrari, M. M. Abbas, F. Raulin, S. Edgington, P. Ade, and E. H. Wishnow (2005), Titan's atmospheric temperatures, winds, and composition, Science, 308 (5724), 975-978, DOI: 10.1126/science.1111150.

Flasar, F. M., R. K. Achterberg, B. J. Conrath, J. C. Pearl, G. L. Bjoraker, D. E. Jennings, P. N. Romani, A. A. Simon-Miller, V. G. Kunde, C. A. Nixon, B. Bezard, G. S. Orton, L. J. Spilker, J. R. Spencer, P. G. J. Irwin, N. A. Teanby, T. C. Owen, J. Brasunas, M. E. Segura, R. C. Carlson, A. Mamoutkine, P. J. Gierasch, P. J. Schinder, M. R. Showaiter, C. Ferrari, A. Barucci, R. Courtin, A. Coustenis, T. Fouchet, D. Gautier, E. Lellouch, A. Marten, R. Prange, D. F. Strobel, S. B. Calcutt, P. L. Read, F. W. Taylor, N. Bowles, R. E. Samuelson, M. M. Abbas, F. Raulin, P. Ade, S. Edgington, S. Pilorz, B. Wallis, and E. H. Wishnow (2005), Temperatures, winds, and composition in the saturnian system, Science, 307 (5713), 1247-1251, DOI: 10.1126/science.1105806.

Gendrin, A., J.-P. Bibring, J. F. Mustard, N. Mangold, C. Quantin, B. Gondet, Y. Langevin, F. Poulet, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouélic, J.-P. Combe, L. Hutchison, and The Omega Team (2005), Identification of Predominant Ferric Signatures in Association to the Martian Sulfate Deposits, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #1378.

Griffith, C. A., P. Penteado, K. Baines, P. Drossart, J. Barnes, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, R. Brown, B. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. Clark, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. Nelson, P. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, L. A. Soderblom, and R. Kursinski (2005), The evolution of Titan's mid-latitude clouds, Science, 310 (5747), 474-477, DOI: 10.1126/science.1117702.

Hansen, G. B. (2005), Ultraviolet to near-infrared absorption spectrum of carbon dioxide ice from 0.174 to 1.8 microns, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 110 (E11), DOI: 10.1029/2005JE002531.

Hansen, G. B., T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, L. A. Soderblom, and C. A. Hibbitts (2005), Ice Grain Size Distribution: Differences Between Jovian and Saturnian Icy Satellites From Galileo and Cassini Measurements paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P11B-0124.

Hapke, B. W., R. M. Nelson, R. H. Brown, L. J. Spilker, W. D. Smythe, L. W. Kamp, M. Boryta, F. E. Leader, D. L. Matson, S. Edgington, P. D. Nicholson, G. Filacchione, R. N. Clark, J.-P. Bibring, K. H. Baines, B. J. Buratti, G. Bellucci, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, and B. Sicardy (2005), Physical Properties of the Saturnian Ring System Inferred from Cassini VIMS Oppositional Observations, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P31D-06.

Hayne, P. O. (2005), Europa's icy shell: stress and rotation, MS thesis, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Matson, D. L., J. C. Castillo, T. V. Johnson, J. I. Lunine, T. B. McCord, C. Sotin, P. C. Thomas, and E. P. Turtle (2005), Thermal Evolution Models for Enceladus Defining the context for the formation of the South Pole thermal anomaly, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P32A-05.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, G. Bellucci, G. B. Hansen, H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, K. Lumme, G. Neukum, P. C. Pinet, F. Poulet, and The HRSC Team (2005), Compositional Units on the Mars Surface From the Mars Express HRSC Color Imagery, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P13C-04.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, E. D'Aversa, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, G. Filacchione, V. Formisano, C. A. Griffith, C. A. Hibbitts, R. Jaumann, J. I. Lunine, R. M. Nelson, L. A. Soderblom, C. Sotin, and The Cassini VIMS Team (2005), Composition of Titan's Surface from Cassini VIMS, paper presented at DPS Meeting #37, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, England, September 4-9, 2005, #53.02, p.739.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J. I. Lunine, R. H. Brown, B. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, C. A. Griffith, R. Jaumann, C. Sotin, and The VIMS Team (2005), Titan's surface compositional units from the Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS), paper presented at EGU 2005 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 24-29, 2005, EGU05-A-03780.

McCord, T. B., and C. Sotin (2005), Ceres: Evolution and current state, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 110 (E05009), DOI: 10.1029/2004JE002244.

McCord, T. B., and C. Sotin (2005), Ceres evolution and Present State, paper presented at EGU 2005 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 24-29, 2005, EGU05-A-03785.

Nelson, R. M., R. H. Brown, B. W. Hapke, W. D. Smythe, L. Kamp, M. Boryta, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2005), Cassini VIMS preliminary exploration of Titan's surface hemispheric albedo dichotomy, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #2139.

Nelson, R. M., R. H. Brown, B. W. Hapke, W. D. Smythe, L. W. Kamp, M. Boryta, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2005), The Cassini VIMS Titan Photometric Control Network Relevance to Understanding Titan's Surface and Atmosphere, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P44A-05.

Neukum, G., R. Jaumann, H. Hoffmann, E. Hauber, J. W. Head III, A. T. Basilevsky, B. A. Ivanov, S. C. Werner, S. van Gasselt, J. B. Murray, T. B. McCord, R. Greeley, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2005), Mars: Recent and episodic volcanic, hydrothermal, and glacial activity revealed by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC), paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #2144.

Orlando, T. M., T. B. McCord, and G. A. Grieves (2005), The chemical nature of Europa surface material and the relation to a subsurface ocean, Icarus, 177 (2), 528-533, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2005.05.009.

Raitala, J., A. T. Basilevsky, G. Neukum, S. C. Werner, T. Denk, T. B. McCord, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2005), Mars Express HRSC colors of white rock, Arabia, Mars, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #1710.

Rodriguez, S., S. Le Mouélic, J.-P. Combe, and C. Sotin (2005), Complementarity of Radar and Infrared Remote Sensing for the Study of Titan Surface, paper presented at Workshop on Radar Investigations of Planetary and Terrestrial Environments, Houston, TX, February 7-10, 2005, #6023.

Sotin, C., R. Jaumann, B. J. Buratti, R. H. Brown, R. N. Clark, L. A. Soderblom, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, M. Combes, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, K. Stephan, and C. K. Scholz (2005), Release of volatiles from a possible cryovolcano from near-infrared imaging of Titan, Nature, 435 (7043), 786-789, DOI: 10.1038/nature03596.

Sotin, C., S. Le Mouélic, J.-P. Combe, Y. Quesnel, B. Langlais, J. F. Mustard, A. Ladai, J.-P. Bibring, R. Y. Langevin, A. Gendrin, S. Erard, B. Gondet, and The OMEGA Science Team (2005), Mineralogy of the Magnetic Anomaly Site South of Syrtis Derived from OMEGA/Mars Express Hyperspectral Data, paper presented at 36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 2005, #1696.

Sotin, C., S. Le Mouélic, S. Rodriguez, R. Jaumann, B. Buratti, R. H. Brown, R. N. Clark, L. A. Soderblom, T. B. McCord, and The VIMS Team (2005), Analysis of VIMS image cubes: clues on Titan's geology, paper presented at EGU 2005 General Assembly, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vienna, Austria, April 24-29, 2005, EGU05-A-03859.

Turtle, E. P., J. W. Barnes, B. J. Buratti, G. Collins, S. Fussner, R. Lopes, R. D. Lorenz, J. I. Lunine, T. B. McCord, A. S. McEwen, R. M. Nelson, J. Perry, C. C. Porco, L. A. Soderblom, C. Sotin, and S. D. Wall (2005), Exploring the Surface of Titan with Cassini-Huygens, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2005, San Francisco, CA, December 5-9, 2005, #P44A-01.

Baines, K. H., P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. H. Brown, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, and T. W. Momary (2004), Spectral Imaging of Saturn by Cassini/VIMS: Early Science Results, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2004.

Bellucci, G., E. D'Aversa, V. Formisano, D. P. Cruikshank, R. M. Nelson, R. N. Clark, K. H. Baines, D. Matson, R. H. Brown, T. B. McCord, B. J. Buratti, and P. D. Nicholson (2004), Cassini/VIMS observation of an Io post-eclipse brightening event, Icarus, 172 (1), 141-148, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2004.05.012.

Bellucci, G., V. Formisano, E. D'Aversa, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, M. C. Chamberlain, G. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, M. Showalter, and G. Filacchione (2004), Principal components analysis of Jupiter VIMS spectra, in Planetary Ionospheres and Atmospheres Including Cira, edited by A. V. Rodin, D. Rees and S. P. Gupta, pp. 1640-1646.

Brown, R. H., K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, E. Miller, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2004), The Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS) investigation, Space Science Reviews, 115 (1-4), 111-168, DOI: 10.1007/s11214-004-1453-x.

Clark, R. N., R. H. Brown, R. Jaumann, D. P. Cruikshank, R. M. Nelson, B. J. Buratti, T. B. McCord, J. I. Lunine, T. Hoefen, J. M. Curchin, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, K. Matz, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, E. Bussoletti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, G. Filacchione, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2004), The Surface Composition of Saturn's Moon Phoebe As seen by the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2004.

Combe, J.-P., D. Despan, P. Launeau, V. Meleder, L. Barille, V. Carrere, C. Sotin, and J. Girardeau (2004), Application of spectral analysis by non-linear quantification algorithm to the study of biomass and mineralogy, paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of Canada-Mineralogical Association of Canada, 2004.

Gendrin, A., R. Y. Langevin, J.-P. Bibring, N. Mangold, J. F. Mustard, J.-P. Combe, and The OMEGA Team (2004), Derivation of the pyroxene relative abundances using the MGM on the OMEGA dataset, paper presented at 35th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, ESA, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004, #2993.

Greeley, R., C. Chyba, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, W. B. McKinnon, and R. T. Pappalardo (2004), Geology of Europa, in Jupiter: Planet, Satellites, and Magnetosphere, edited by F. Bagenal, T. Dowling and W. B. McKinnon, pp. 329-362, Cambridge University Press, New York.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2004), Amorphous and crystalline ice on the Galilean satellites: A balance between thermal and radiolytic processes, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 109 (1), DOI: 10.1029/2003JE002149.

McCord, T. B., A. Coradini, C. A. Hibbitts, F. Capaccioni, G. B. Hansen, G. Filacchione, R. N. Clark, P. Cerroni, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, E. Bussoletti, M. Combes, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2004), Cassini VIMS observations of the Galilean satellites including the VIMS calibration procedure, Icarus, 172 (1), 104-126, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2004.07.001.

McCord, T. B., C. A. Griffith, G. B. Hansen, J. I. Lunine, K. H. Baines, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, R. N. Clark, D. P. Cruikshank, G. Filacchione, R. Jaumann, C. A. Hibbitts, C. Sotin, and The Cassini VIMS Team (2004), Titan's Surface Composition from the Cassini Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) Investigation, paper presented at DPS Meeting #36, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Louisville, KY, November 8-12, 2004, #06.02, p.1074.

McCord, T. B., T. M. Orlando, G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2004), Hydrated materials on Europa's surface: Review of current knowledge and latest results, paper presented at Workshop on Europa's Icy Shell: Past, Present and Future, 2004, 7044.

McCord, T. B., and C. Sotin (2004), Ceres as an exciting objective for exploration, paper presented at 35th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, ESA, Paris, France, July 18-25, 2004, #1148.

Nelson, R. M., R. H. Brown, B. W. Hapke, W. D. Smythe, L. W. Kamp, M. Boryta, K. H. Baines, B. Giancarlo, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2004), VIMS Evidence for Palimpsets on Titan as a Constraint on Widespread Precipitation, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2004.

Neukum, G., R. Jaumann, H. Hoffmann, E. Hauber, J. W. Head III, A. T. Basilevsky, B. A. Ivanov, S. C. Werner, S. van Gasselt, J. B. Murray, T. B. McCord, and The HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2004), Recent and episodic volcanic and glacial activity on Mars revealed by the High Resolution Stereo Camera, Nature, 432, 971-979, DOI: 10.1038/nature03231.

Oberst, J., G. Neukum, H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, E. Hauber, J. Albertz, T. B. McCord, and W. J. Markiewicz (2004), The HRSC Experiment on Mars Express: First Imaging Results from the Commissioning Phase, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2004.

Pappalardo, R. t., G. C. Collins, J. W. Head III, P. Helfenstein, T. B. McCord, J. M. Moore, L. M. Prockter, P. M. Schenk, and J. Spencer (2004), Geology of Ganymede, in Jupiter: Planet, Satellites, and Magnetosphere, edited by F. Bagenal, T. Dowling and W. B. McKinnon, pp. 353-396, Cambridge University Press, New York.

Russel, C. T., F. Capaccioni, A. Coradini, U. Christensen, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, H. U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. Mc Fadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, D. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2004), Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Present Status, Advances in Space Research, 38, 2043-2048, DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2004.12.041.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, U. Christensen, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, H. U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, J. Wise, and M. T. Zuber (2004), Dawn: A journey in space and time, Planetary and Space Science, 52 (5-6), 465-489, DOI: 10.1016/j.pss.2003.06.013.

Sotin, C., B. J. Buratti, C. A. Griffith, R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, E. Bussoletti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, R. M. Nelson, P. Nicholson, and B. Sicardy (2004), Titan's Surface Seen by VIMS/Cassini, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2004.

Sykes, M. V., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, U. Christensen, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, U. Keller, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, B. G. Williams, J. Wise, and M. T. Zuber (2004), Dawn Mission Update, paper presented at DPS Meeting #36, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Louisville, KY, November 8-12, 2004.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, A. G. Davies, and D. L. Blaney (2004), The polar contribution to the heat flow of Io, Icarus, 169 (1), 264-270, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2003.11.016.

Brown, R. H., K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, S. Amici, M. A. Chamberlain, G. Filacchione, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, and M. Showalter (2003), Observations with the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) during Cassini's flyby of Jupiter, Icarus, 164 (2), 461-470, DOI: 10.1016/S0019-1035(03)00134-9.

Clark, R. N., G. A. Swaze, K. E. Livo, R. F. Kokaly, S. J. Surley, J. B. Dalton, R. R. McDougal, and C. A. Gent (2003), Imaging spectroscopy: Earth and planetary remote sensing with the USGS Tetracorder and export systems, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 108, 5-1 -5-4, DOI: 10.1029/2002JE001847.

Combe, J.-P., V. Meleder, P. Launeau, L. Barille, S. Robert, V. Carrere, and Y. Rince (2003), HySens 2002: Assessing microphytobenthos structure with DAIS 7915 hyperspectral data in an intertidal costal zone, paper presented at 3rd EARSel workshop on imaging spectroscopy, 2003.

Formisano, V., E. D'Aversa, G. Bellucci, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, E. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, M. C. Chamberlain, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, M. Showalter, and G. Filacchione (2003), Cassini-VIMS at Jupiter: solar occultation measurements using Io, Icarus, 166 (1), 75-84, DOI: 10.1016/S0019-1035(03)00178-7.

Hansen, G. B., C. A. Hibbitts, and T. B. McCord (2003), Ice and non-ice properties of the icy Galilean satellites surfaces from infrared spectra, paper presented at Forum on Concepts and Approaches for Jupiter Icy Moon Orbiter, Lunar and Planetary Institute, 2003, #9005.

Hibbitts, C. A., G. B. Hansen, and T. B. McCord (2003), High-spectral-resolution 6 to 12-μm reflection spectroscopy of the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented at Forum on Concepts and Approaches for Jupiter Icy Moon Orbiter, 2003, #9040.

Hibbitts, C. A., G. B. Hansen, T. B. McCord, and K. Stephan (2003), Impactor contamination of dark ray craters on Ganymede, paper presented at 34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 17-21, 2003, #1925.

Hibbitts, C. A., R. T. Pappalardo, G. B. Hansen, and T. B. McCord (2003), Carbon dioxide on Ganymede, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 108 (E5), 5036, DOI: 10.1029/2002JE001956.

McCord, T. B., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, A. S. Konopliv, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, J. Wise, and M. T. Zuber (2003), Dawn: A journey in space and time, paper presented at EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France, April 6-11, 2003.

McCord, T. B., and C. Sotin (2003), The Small Planet Ceres: Models of Evolution and Predictions of Current State, paper presented at DPS Meeting #35, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Monterey, CA, September 1-6, 2003, #34.17, p.979.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, M. C. De Sanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, T. H. Prettyman, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, J. Wise, and M. Zuber (2003), Dawn mission: A journey in space and time, paper presented at 34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 17-21, 2003, #1473.

Bellucci, G., R. H. Brown, V. Formisano, K. H. Baines, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, E. Miller, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, and C. Sotin (2002), Cassini/VIMS observations of the moon, in Lunar Exploration 2000, edited by B. H. Foing and D. J. Heather, pp. 1889-1894, Pergamon.

Brown, R. H., K. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, D. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. Nelson, P. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, and M. A. Chamberlain (2002), Near-infrared spectroscopy of Himalia - an irregular Jovian satellite, paper presented at 33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 11-15, 2002, #2001.

Coradini, A., C. DeSanctis, F. Capaccioni, E. Suetta, M. A. Barucci, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, C. T. Russell, and The Dawn Team (2002), The DAWN Mapping Spectrometer: a VIRTIS-M heritage, paper presented at EGS General Assembly, Nice, France, April 21-26, 2002, #2105.

Gendrin, A., S. Erard, J.-P. Combe, and D. Despan (2002), Looking for Pressure Waves in the Martian Atmosphere -- A Comparison of ISM and MOLA Data Sets, paper presented at 33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 11-15, 2002, #1229.

Gendrin, A., S. Erard, J.-P. Combe, and D. Despan (2002), Looking for Pressure Waves in the Martian Atmosphere, paper presented at EGS General Assembly, Nice, France, April 21-26, 2002, #1630.

Grundy, W. M., B. Schmitt, and E. Quirico (2002), The temperature-dependent spectrum of methane ice I between 0.7 and 5 microns and opportunities for near-infrared remote thermometry, Icarus, 155 (2), 486-496, DOI: 10.1006/icar.2001.6726.

Hibbitts, C. A., G. B. Hansen, T. Thevuthasan, S. Shutthanandan, and T. B. McCord (2002), Ion-irradiation of materials spectrally similar to the non-ice surface at Callisto, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA, December 6-10, 2002.

Hibbitts, C. A., J. E. Klemaszewski, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, and R. Greeley (2002), CO2-rich impact craters on Callisto, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 107, 5084, DOI: 10.1029/2000JE001412.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Expected Results, paper presented at Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 2002, Berlin, Germany, July, 2002.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn: eine Discovery Mission zu den Protoplaneten Vesta und Ceres, paper presented at Planeten und Monde, Leibzig, March, 2002.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, T. B. McCord, A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, A. S. Konopliv, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA, December 6-10, 2002, F817.

Jaumann, R., C. T. Russell, and The DAWN Science Team (2002), Dawn, a Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Expected Results, paper presented at EGS General Assembly, Nice, France, April 21-26, 2002, #4897.

Martin, P. D., T. B. McCord, P. C. Pinet, M. S. Robinson, and G. Schwehn (2002), Surface mineralogy of Earth-like planets, moons and small bodies, paper presented at 36th ESLAB Symposium, ESA Publications Division, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, June 3-8, 2002, 73-80.

McCord, T. B. (2002), Hydrated Salt Minerals on Europa, Ganymede and Other Objects: Presence, Origin and Behavior, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA, December 6-10, 2002.

McCord, T. B. (2002), Remote Compositional Analysis: The Coming of Age, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA, December 6-10, 2002.

McCord, T. B., G. R. Teeter, G. B. Hansen, M. T. Sieger, and T. M. Orlando (2002), Brines exposed to Europa surface conditions, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 107 (5004), DOI: 10.1029/2000JE001453

Pieters, C. M., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. Zuber (2002), Vesta: Exploration, predictions, and surprises, paper presented at 65th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Los Angeles, CA, July, 2002, #5260.

Pieters, C. M., C. T. Russell, A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. Sykes, B. Wiilliams, and M. Zuber (2002), Vesta: Exploration, predictions, and surprises, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 37 (7), A117-A117.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, C. DeSanctis, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey in space and time, paper presented at 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Houston, TX, October 10-19, 2002.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system, paper presented at 65th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Los Angeles, CA, July, 2002, #5024.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system, paper presented at Jupiter after Galileo and Cassini, Lisbon, Portugal, June, 2002.

Russell, C. T., A. Coradini, W. C. Feldman, R. Jaumann, A. S. Konopliv, T. B. McCord, L. A. McFadden, H. Y. McSween, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, C. M. Pieters, C. A. Raymond, D. E. Smith, M. V. Sykes, B. G. Williams, and M. T. Zuber (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission: A journey to the beginning of the solar system, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 37 (7), A123-A123.

Russell, C. T., and The DAWN Science Team (2002), Dawn Discovery Mission to Vesta and Ceres: Mission Overview, paper presented at EGS General Assembly, Nice, France, April 21-26, 2002, #608.

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, and G. B. Hansen (2001), The Non-ice Material on Callisto, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2001, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2001, P12B-0495.

Hibbitts, C. A., R. Pappalardo, J. E. Klemaszewski, T. B. McCord, and G. B. Hansen (2001), Comparing carbon dioxide distributions on Ganymede and Callisto, paper presented at 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2001, #1263.

Matson, D. L., T. V. Johnson, G. J. Veeder, D. L. Blaney, and A. G. Davies (2001), Upper bound on Io's heat flow, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 106 (E12), 33021-33024, DOI: 10.1029/2000JE001374.

McCord, T. B., R. H. Brown, K. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2001), Galilean satellite surface non-ice constituents: New results from the Cassini/Huygens VIMS Jupiter flyby in the context of the Galileo NIMS results, paper presented at 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2001, #1247.

McCord, T. B., R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, B. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, R. Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2001), Galilean Satellite Surface Composition: New Cassini VIMS Observations and Comparison With Galileo NIMS Measurements, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2001, San Francisco, CA, December 10-14, 2001, P12B-0504.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2001), Hydrated salt minerals on Ganymede's surface: Evidence of an ocean below, Science, 292 (5521), 1523-1525, DOI: 10.1126/science.1059916.

McCord, T. B., T. M. Orlando, G. R. Teeter, G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2001), Simulation of exposure of brines to Europa's surface, paper presented at 32nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2001, #1262.

McCord, T. B., T. M. Orlando, G. R. Teeter, G. B. Hansen, M. T. Sieger, N. G. Petrik, and L. Van Keulen (2001), Thermal and radiation stability of the hydrated salt minerals epsomite, mirabilite, and natron under Europa environmental conditions, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 106 (E2), 3311-3319, DOI: 10.1029/2000JE001282.

Baines, K. H., G. Bellucci, J.-P. Bibring, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, E. Bussoletti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, G. B. Hansen, J. J. Aiello, and S. Amici (2000), Detection of sub-micron radiation from the surface of Venus by Cassini/VIMS, Icarus, 148 (1), 307-311, DOI: 10.1006/icar.2000.6519.

Fanale, F. P., J. G. Granahan, R. Greeley, R. Pappalardo, J. W. Head III, J. Shirley, R. Carlson, A. Hendrix, J. Moore, T. B. McCord, M. Belton, and The Galileo NIMS and SSI Instrument Teams (2000), Tyre and Pwyll: Galileo orbital remote sensing of mineralogy versus morphology at two selected sites on Europa, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 105 (E9), 22647-22656 DOI: 10.1029/1999JE001102.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2000), Amorphous and crystalline ice on the Galilean satellites: A balance between thermal and radiolytic processes, paper presented at 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2000, #1630.

Hansen, G. B., and T. B. McCord (2000), The Distribution of Amorphous and Crystalline Ice on Ganymede, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2000, #P72A-06.

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, and G. B. Hansen (2000), Distributions of CO2 and SO2 on the surface of Callisto, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 105 (E9), 22541-22557, DOI: 10.1029/1999JE001101

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, and G. B. Hansen (2000), Distributions of carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide on the surface of Callisto, paper presented at 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2000, #1908.

Hibbitts, C. A., R. T. Pappalardo, T. B. McCord, and G. B. Hansen (2000), The Distribution of Carbon Dioxide on Ganymede, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2000, #P72A-07.

Hinrichs, J. L., P. G. Lucey, A. Melborn, N. M. Domergue-Schmidt, G. J. Taylor, T. Burbine, and T. B. McCord (2000), Near-IR reflectance temperature sensitivity: Lunar soils, meteorites, and minerals, paper presented at 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2000, #1521.

McCord, T. B. (2000), Surface composition reveals icy Galilean satellites' past, EOS Trans. AGU, 81 (19), 209, DOI: 10.1029/00EO00141.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, and C. A. Hibbitts (2000), Non-ice Materials on Ganymede and the Other Icy Galillean Satellites, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2000, #P71A-07.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, T. M. Orlando, M. T. Sieger, G. R. Teeter, N. G. Petrik, L. Van Keulen, and J. K. Crowley (2000), Behavior of hydrated sulfates and carbonates under Europa surface conditions, paper presented at 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 2000, #1541.

McCord, T. B., T. M. Orlando, G. R. Teeter, and G. B. Hansen (2000), Salts on Europa: Formation and Stability, paper presented at AGU Fall Meeting 2000, San Francisco, CA, December 15-19, 2000, #P72A-11.

Van Keulen, L., T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, and J. K. Crowley (2000), The effect of grain size on the near-infrared relectance spectra of some hydrated salt minerals, paper presented at 31st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Tx, 2000, #1539.

Brown, R. H., D. P. Cruikshank, Y. Pendleton, and G. J. Veeder (1999), Water ice on Nereid, Icarus, 139 (2), 374-378, DOI: 10.1006/icar.1999.6109.

Carlson, R. W., M. S. Anderson, R. E. Johnson, W. D. Smythe, A. R. Hendrix, C. A. Barth, L. A. Soderblom, G. B. Hansen, T. B. McCord, J. B. Dalton, R. N. Clark, J. H. Shirley, A. C. Ocampo, and D. L. Matson (1999), Hydrogen peroxide on the surface of Europa, Science, 283 (5410), 2062-2064, DOI: 10.1126/science.283.5410.2062.

Chyba, C. F., W. B. McKinnon, A. Coustenis, R. E. Johnson, R. L. Kovach, K. Khurana, R. D. Lorenz, T. B. McCord, G. D. McDonald, R. T. Pappalardo, M. Race, and R. Thomson (1999), Europa and Titan: Preliminary recommendations of the Campaign Science Working Group on Prebiotic Chemistry in the Outer Solar System, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1537.

Denk, T., G. Neukum, M. J. S. Belton, H. H. Breneman, P. E. Geissler, R. Greeley, G. B. Hansen, P. Helfenstein, C. A. Hibbitts, R. Jaumann, T. V. Johnson, P. D. Martin, T. B. McCord, A. S. McEwen, R. J. Sullivan, and The SSI Team (1999), Europa's colors observed by Galileo-SSI: Yellow mottled terrain on the leading side, brown mottled terrain on the trailing side, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1684.

Fanale, F. P., J. C. Granahan, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, R. W. Carlson, D. L. Matson, A. Ocampo, L. W. Kamp, W. D. Smythe, F. E. Leader, R. Mehlman, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, P. Geissler, C. Barth, A. Hendrix, B. Clark, P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, M. J. S. Belton, K. Becker, and T. Becker (1999), Galileo's multi-instrument spectral view of Europa's surface composition, Icarus, 139 (2), 179-188.

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, and J. E. Klemaszewski (1999), Possible exogenic and impact origins for carbon dioxide on the surface of Callisto, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1540.

Martin, P. D., T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, R. W. Carlson, T. V. Johnson, D. L. Matson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1999), Ganymede's surface: Less water-ice on the leading hemisphere?, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1947.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, J. K. Crowley, F. P. Fanale, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, P. D. Martin, C. A. Hibbitts, J. C. Granahan, and A. Ocampo (1999), Hydrated salt minerals on Europa's surface from the Galileo near-infrared mapping spectrometer (NIMS) investigation, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 104 (E5), 11827-11851, DOI: 10.1029/1999JE900005.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, J. K. Crowley, F. P. Fanale, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, P. D. Martin, C. A. Hibbitts, J. C. Granahan, A. Ocampo, and The NIMS Team (1999), Evidence for hydrated salt minerals on Europa's surface, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1508.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, T. M. Orlando, M. T. Sieger, J. K. Crowley, C. A. Hibbitts, and L. Van Keulen (1999), Properties of hydrated saltings including under Europa conditions, paper presented at 30th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1999, #1510.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, J. H. Shirley, and R. W. Carlson (1999), Discussion of the 1.04 μm water ice absorption band in the Europa NIMS spectra and a new NIMS calibration, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 104 (E11), 27157-27162, DOI: 10.1029/1999JE001046.

Bohren, C. F., and D. R. Huffman (1998), Absorption and scattering of light by small particles, Wiley, New York.

Boote, E., R. Churchill, T. B. McCord, and E. Scholtz (1998), Teleradiology and RIS integration-implementation at the University of Missouri, Journal of Digital Imaging, 11 (3), 80, DOI: 10.1007/BF03168266.

Brown, R. H., D. P. Cruikshank, Y. Pendleton, and G. J. Veeder (1998), Identification of water ice on the Centaur 1997 CU26, Science, 280 (5368), 1430-1432, DOI: 10.1126/science.280.5368.1430.

Coradini, A., F. Capaccioni, P. Drossart, A. Semery, G. Arnold, U. Schade, F. Angrilli, M. A. Barucci, G. Bellucci, G. Bianchini, J.-P. Bibring, A. Blanco, M. Blecka, D. Bockelee-Morvan, R. Bonsignori, M. Bouye, E. Bussoletti, M. T. Capria, R. W. Carlson, U. Carsenty, P. Cerroni, L. Colangeli, M. Combes, M. Combi, J. Crovisier, M. Dami, M. C. De Sanctis, A. M. DiLellis, E. Dotto, T. Encrenaz, E. Epifani, S. Erard, S. Espinasse, A. Fave, C. Federico, U. Fink, S. Fonti, V. Formisano, Y. Hello, H. Hirsch, G. Huntzinger, R. Knoll, D. Kouach, W. H. Ip, P. Irwin, J. Kachlicki, Y. Langevin, G. Magni, T. B. McCord, V. Mennella, H. Michaelis, G. Mondello, S. Mottola, G. Neukum, V. Orofino, R. Orosei, P. Palumbo, G. Peter, B. Pforte, G. Piccioni, J. M. Reess, E. Ress, B. Saggin, B. Schmitt, D. Stefanovitch, A. Stern, F. Taylor, D. Tiphene, and G. Tozzi (1998), VIRTIS: an imaging spectrometer for the ROSETTA mission, Planetary and Space Science, 46 (9-10), 1291-1304, DOI: 10.1016/S0032-0633(98)00025-7.

Grundy, W. M., and B. Schmitt (1998), The temperature-dependent near-infrared absorption spectrum of hexagonal H2O ice, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 103 (E11), 25809-25822, DOI: 10.1029/98JE00738.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, R. N. Clark, P. D. Martin, C. A. Hibbitts, F. P. Fanale, J. C. Granahan, M. Segura, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, G. E. Danielson, and The NIMS Team (1998), Non-water-ice constituents in the surface material of the icy Galilean satellites from the Galileo near-infrared mapping spectrometer investigation, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 103 (E4), 8603-8626, DOI: 10.1029/98JE00788.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, F. P. Fanale, R. W. Carlson, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, W. Smythe, J. K. Crowley, P. D. Martin, A. Ocampo, C. A. Hibbitts, J. C. Granahan, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1998), Salts on Europa's surface from the Galileo NIMS investigation, paper presented at 29th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1998, #1560.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, F. P. Fanale, R. W. Carlson, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, W. D. Smythe, J. K. Crowley, P. D. Martin, A. Ocampo, C. A. Hibbitts, J. C. Granahan, and The NIMS Team (1998), Salts on Europa's surface detected by Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, Science, 280 (5367), 1242-1245, DOI: 10.1126/science.280.5367.1242.

Smythe, W. D., R. W. Carlson, A. Ocampo, D. Matson, T. V. Johnson, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, L. A. Soderblom, and R. N. Clark (1998), Absorption bands in the spectrum of Europa detected by the Galileo NIMS instrument, paper presented at 29th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1998, #1532.

Blaney, D. L., G. J. Veeder, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, J. D. Goguen, and J. R. Spencer (1997), Io's Thermal Anomalies: Clues to their origins from comparing ground based observations between 1 and 20 microns, Geophysical Research Letters, 24, 2459-2462.

Brown, R. H., D. P. Cruikshank, Y. Pendleton, and G. J. Veeder (1997), Surface composition of Kuiper belt object 1993SC, Science, 276 (5314), 937-939, DOI: 10.1126/science.276.5314.937.

Granahan, J. C., F. P. Fanale, T. B. McCord, G. Hansen, P. Geissler, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, R. W. Carlson, L. Kamp, F. Leader, D. Matson, A. Ocampo, W. Smythe, K. Becker, T. Becker, D. Cook, B. Clark, P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, M. J. S. Belton, The Galileo NIMS Team, and The Galileo SSI Team (1997), A multi-instrument spectral view of Europa from Galileo, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1272.

Granahan, J. C., F. P. Fanale, T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, R. Carlson, L. Kamp, D. Matson, A. Ocampo, W. Smythe, A. Hendrix, C. A. Barth, F. Leader, R. Mehlman, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, B. E. Clark, P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, P. Geissler, M. J. S. Belton, K. Becker, T. Becker, D. Cook, The Galileo NIMS Team, The Galileo SSI Team, and The Galileo UVS Team (1997), A Galileo multi-instrument study of Europa's color heterogeneities, paper presented at DPS Meeting #29, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, MA, July 28-August 1, 1997.

Hansen, G. B. (1997), Spectral absorption of solid CO2 from the ultraviolet to the far-infrared, Advances in Space Research, 20 (8), 1613-1616, DOI: 10.1016/S0273-1177(97)00820-X.

Hansen, G. B., T. B. McCord, and The NIMS Team (1997), Optical properties of water ice below 200 K, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1565.

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, R. H. Brown, R. Jaumann, F. Trauthan, A. Coradini, B. J. Buratti, V. Formisano, and G. Bellucci (1997), Radiometric performance of the VIMS (Visible and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer) IR channel on the Cassini mission, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1830.

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, G. B. Hansen, J. E. Klemaszewski, R. Greeley, K. C. Bender, M. Segura, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, G. Neukum, T. Denk, P. Geissler, and M. J. S. Belton (1997), Correlations and relations between Galileo NIMS and SSI measurements for Callisto, paper presented at 29th Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society, Cambridge, MA, July 28-August 1, 1997, 991.

McCord, T. B., K. C. Bender, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, J. Granahan, M. Segura, R. W. Carlson, W. Smythe, R. Greeley, P. Geissler, M. J. S. Belton, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1997), A first analysis of Callisto using Galileo NIMS and SSI measurements, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1559.

McCord, T. B., R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, G. B. Hansen, R. N. Clark, C. A. Hibbitts, F. P. Fanale, J. C. Granahan, M. Segura, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, and P. D. Martin (1997), Organics and other molecules in the surfaces of Callisto and Ganymede, Science, 278 (5336), 271-275, DOI: 10.1126/science.278.5336.271.

McCord, T. B., G. Hansen, C. Hibbitts, R. W. Carlson, W. Smythe, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, R. N. Clark, J. Granahan, F. Fanale, M. Segura, and The NIMS Team (1997), Analysis of NIMS reflectance spectra for the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented at 60th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, July, 1997, #1830.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, R. N. Clark, J. Granahan, C. A. Hibbitts, F. Fanale, R. W. Carlson, W. Smythe, M. Segura, and The NIMS Team (1997), NIMS reflectance spectra for the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1563.

McCord, T. B., G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, R. W. Carlson, W. Smythe, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, R. N. Clark, J. Granahan, F. P. Fanale, and M. Segura (1997), Analysis of near-infrared mapping spectrometer reflectance spectra for the icy Galilean satellites, Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 32 (4), A86-A87.

Segura, M., K. C. Bender, J. Granahan, T. B. McCord, R. Greeley, and M. Belton (1997), Galileo NIMS and SSI collaborative observations at Callisto, paper presented at 28th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1997, #1828.

Carlson, R., W. Smythe, K. Baines, E. Barbinis, K. Becker, R. Burns, S. Calcutt, W. Calvin, R. Clark, G. Danielson, A. Davies, P. Drossart, T. Encrenaz, F. Fanale, J. Granahan, G. B. Hansen, P. Herrera, C. A. Hibbitts, J. Hui, P. Irwin, T. Johnson, L. Kamp, H. H. Kieffer, F. Leader, E. Lellouch, R. LopesGautier, D. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. Mehlman, A. Ocampo, G. Orton, M. RoosSerote, M. Segura, J. Shirley, L. A. Soderblom, A. Stevenson, F. Taylor, J. Torson, A. Weir, and P. Weissman (1996), Near-infrared spectroscopy and spectral mapping of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites: Results from Galileo's initial orbit, Science, 274 (5286), 385-388, DOI: 10.1126/science.274.5286.385.

Granahan, J. C., K. S. Polk, F. P. Fanale, and T. B. McCord (1996), Spectral/image data cubes of Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, paper presented at 27th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 18-22, 1996, #1222.

Head III, J. W., C. M. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1996), Lunar orbital imaging spectroscopy for scientific analysis and human exploration planning: The MinMap experiment, Advances in Space Research, 18, 73, DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(96)00091-9

Hibbitts, C. A., T. B. McCord, and J. C. Granahan (1996), Multispectral maps for the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1996,

Holasek, R. E., G. C. Mooradian, T. B. McCord, M. A. Voelker, C. Warren, P,, M. M. Fene, J. M. Sunshine, and P. D. Owensby (1996), The Advanced Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System (AAHIS): An imaging spectrometer for environmental applications, paper presented at Applied Geologic Remote Sensing, Las Vegas, NV, February 27-29, 1996, 13.

McCord, T. B. (1996), Review of the results of the Galileo mission, Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) observations during both encounters, paper presented at International Moon Workshop, Berlin, Germany, January 31-February 2, 1996.

McCord, T. B., J. C. Granahan, G. B. Hansen, C. A. Hibbitts, F. P. Fanale, R. N. Clark, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, M. Segura, J. Hui, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1996), Analysis of reflectrance spectra for the icy Galilean satellites from the Galileo mission Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1996,

McCord, T. B., J. C. Granahan, C. A. Hibbitts, H. H. Kieffer, L. A. Soderblom, R. W. Carlson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1996), Results of Galileo Near INfrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) studies of the Moon, paper presented at European Geophysical Society Meeting, May, 1996.

McCord, T. B., and G. B. Hansen (1996), Radiative transfer modeling for solar system exploration, Annual Report, Maui High Performance Computing Center, Kihei.

Russell, C. T., J. Abshire, M. A'Hearn, J. Arnold, R. C. Elphic, J. W. Head III, C. Pieters, M. Hickman, D. Palac, C. Kluever, A. Konopliv, A. Metzger, J. Sercel, T. B. McCord, R. J. Phillips, W. Purdy, R. Rosenthal, and M. Sykes (1996), A solar electric propulsion mission to the Moon and beyond, in Missions to the Moon and Exploring the Cold Universe, edited by B. H. Foing, R. H. Manka and D. Lemke, pp. 75-80, Permagon.

Blaney, D. L., T. V. Johnson, D. L. Matson, and G. J. Veeder (1995), Volcanic eruptions on Io: Heat flow, resurfacing, and lava composition, Icarus, 113 (1), 220-225, DOI: 10.1006/icar.1995.1020.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1995), Indications of sulfate minerals in the Martian soil from Earth-based spectroscopy, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 100 (E7), 14433-14441, DOI: 10.1029/1995JE00224.

Boardman, J. W., F. A. Kruse, and R. O. Green (1995), Mapping target signatures via partial unmixing of of AVIRIS data, in Summaries, Fifth JPL Airborne Earth Science Workshop, vol. 1, edited, pp. 23-26, JPL Publications 95-1, Pasadena.

Carlson, R. W., P. R. Weissman, M. Segura, J. Hui, W. D. Smythe, T. V. Johnson, K. H. Baines, P. Drossart, E. T. Encrenaz, F. E. Leader, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1995), Galileo infrared observations of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 G impact fireball: A preliminary report, Geophysical Research Letters, 22 (12), 1557-1560, DOI: 10.1029/95GL01189.

Granahan, J., K. S. Polk, F. P. Fanale, and T. B. McCord (1995), Icy Galilean satellite spectral/image data cubes, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1995, 1168.

Johnson, T. V., D. L. Matson, D. L. Blaney, G. J. Veeder, and A. G. Davies (1995), Stealth plumes on Io, Geophysical Research Letters, 22 (23), 3293-3296, DOI: 10.1029/95GL03084.

Matson, D. L., T. V. Johnson, D. L. Blaney, and G. J. Veeder (1995), Ground-based Observations of Io, Reviews of Geophysics, Supplement (July 1995), 505-508.

McCord, T. B., C. R. Coombs, J. Granahan, and J. M. Sunshine (1995), Interpretation of spectral compositional units on the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented at 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1995, 921-922, #1461.

McCord, T. B., H. H. Kieffer, W. Calvin, M. Segura, J. Hui, R. Carlson, W. Smythe, M. M. Fene, J. M. Sunshine, P. D. Owensby, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1995), Callisto and Ganymede observation plans for the Galileo near infrared mapping spectrometer (NIMS) investigation, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1995, 1169.

McCord, T. B., G. C. Morradian, M. A. Voelker, R. G. Resmini, J. M. Sunshine, C. Warren, P,, and M. M. Fene (1995), Remote monitoring of the coastal marine environment using the AAHIS Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging System, in Third Thematic Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, edited, Seattle, WA.

McCord, T. B., J. Morris, D. Persing, E. Tagliaferri, C. Jacobs, R. Spalding, L. Grady, and R. Schmidt (1995), Detection of a meteoroid entry into the Earth's atmosphere on February 1, 1994, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 100 (E2), 3245-3249, DOI: 10.1029/94JE02802.

McCord, T. B., J. Morris, D. Persing, E. Tagliaferri, C. Jacobs, R. Spalding, L. Grady, and R. Schmidt (1995), Detection of meteoroids entering the Earth's atmosphere, paper presented at 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston TX, 1995, 923-924, #1462.

Perry, D. L., D. G. Herd, J. P. Kauahikaua, J. J. Lange, T. B. McCord, and J. P. Ross, Jr. (1995), Predicted and measured thermal infrared signatures of Kilauea lava tubes, paper presented at AGU National Spring Meeting 1995, Baltimore, MD, June 2, 1995.

Russell, C. T., J. Abshire, M. A'Hearn, A. C. Alexander, A. Konopliv, A. Metzger, J. Arnold, J. Berthelier, R. C. Elphic, M. Hickman, D. Plac, R. Jaumann, T. B. McCord, G. Neukum, R. J. Phillips, C. Pieters, W. Purdy, and R. Rosenthal (1995), The Diana discovery mission: A solar electric propulsion mission to the Moon and a comet, paper presented at 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1995, 1201, #1601.

Smythe, W. D., R. Lopes-Gautier, A. Ocampo, J. Hui, M. Segura, L. A. Soderblom, D. L. Matson, H. H. Kieffer, T. B. McCord, F. P. Fanale, W. M. Calvin, J. M. Sunshine, E. Barbinis, R. W. Carlson, and P. R. Weissman (1995), Galilean satellite observation plans for the near-infrared mapping spectrometer experiment on the Galileo spacecraft, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 100 (E9), 18957-18972, DOI: 10.1029/95JE01766.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, P. D. Owensby, J. C. Gradie, J. F. Bell III, and E. F. Tedesco (1995), Eos, Koronis, and Maria family asteroids: Infrared (JHK) Photometry, Icarus, 114 (1), 186-196, DOI: 10.1006/icar.1995.1053.

Voelker, M. A., R. G. Resmini, G. C. Mooradian, T. B. McCord, C. P. Warren, M. M. Fene, C. C. Coyle, and R. D. Anderson (1995), Advanced airborne hyperspectral imaging system (AAHIS): An imaging spectrometer for maritime applications, paper presented in SPIE Annual Conference, 1995, 357-367.

Birk, R. J., and T. B. McCord (1994), Airborne hyperspectral sensor systems, IEEE Aerosp. Electron. Syst. Mag., 9 (10), 26-33, DOI: 10.1109/62.318881.

Birk, R. J., and T. B. McCord (1994), Airborne hyperspectral sensor systems, paper presented at IEEE National Aerospace & Electronics Conference, Dayton, OH, May 23-27, 1994.

Coombs, C. R., T. B. McCord, and J. M. Sunshine (1994), Compositional unit interpretation on the icy Galilean satellites, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1994, 1158.

Head III, J. W., C. M. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1994), Lunar orbital imaging spectroscopy for scientific analysis and human exploration planning: The MinMap experiment, paper presented at COSPAR 1994 Symposium, Hamburg, Germany, July 13-15, 1994.

Hui, J., H. H. Kieffer, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), NIMS science objectives and observational plans for Ganymede during the Galileo tour, paper presented at 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1994, 575, #1288.

Hui, J., H. H. Kieffer, and The NIMS Team (1994), NIMS science objectives and observational plans for Ganymede during the Galileo tour, paper presented at Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 1994, 39-40.

Lopes-Gautier, R., R. Carlson, W. Smythe, L. A. Soderblom, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science objectives and observational plans for Io, paper presented at 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1994, 807, #1404.

McCord, T. B., R. W. Carlson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), The Galileo mission Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Galilean satellites, paper presented at 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1994, 863-864.

McCord, T. B., R. W. Carlson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), The Galileo mission Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Galilean satellites, paper presented at European Geophysical Society Meeting, Grenoble France, April, 1994.

McCord, T. B., C. R. Coombs, J. Morris, and D. Pershing (1994), Remote observations of meteoroid events on Earth, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1994, 1164.

McCord, T. B., R. G. Resmini, M. M. Fene, and G. C. Mooradian (1994), A hyperspectral sensor and investigation of shallow water sensing, paper presented at International Symposium on Spectral Sensing Research 1994, San Diego, CA, July 10-15, 1994.

McCord, T. B., W. D. Smythe, R. W. Carlson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), The Galileo Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) investigation of the Jupiter icy satellits, paper presented at Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 1994, 53-54.

McCord, T. B., L. A. Soderblom, R. W. Carlson, F. P. Fanale, R. Lopes-Gautier, A. Ocampo, J. Forsythe, B. Campbell, J. C. Granahan, W. D. Smythe, P. R. Weissman, K. J. Becker, K. Edwards, L. W. Kamp, J. Lo, R. Mehlman, J. Torson, G. E. Danielson, D. L. Matson, H. H. Kieffer, and T. V. Johnson (1994), Galileo infrared imaging spectrometry measurements at the Moon, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 99 (E3), 5587-5600, DOI: 10.1029/93JE03434.

McCord, T. B., J. M. Sunshine, and C. Coombs (1994), Compositional units on the surface of Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, paper presented at Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 1994, 51-52.

Ocampo, A., D. Matson, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), Galileo-s Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science objectives and observational plans for Europa, paper presented at 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1994, 1019, #1510.

Ocampo, A. C., D. Matson, and The NIMS Team (1994), Galileo's Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) science observation plan for Europa, paper presented at Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 1994, 64-65.

Orton, G. S., A. J. Friedson, P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher, J. Caldwell, H. B. Hammel, K. H. Baines, J. T. Bergstralh, T. Z. Martin, R. A. West, G. J. Veeder, D. K. Lynch, R. Russell, M. E. Malcom, W. F. Golisch, D. M. Griep, C. D. Kaminski, A. T. Tokunaga, T. Herbst, and M. Shure (1994), Spatial organization and time dependence of Jupiter's tropospheric temperatures, Science, 265 (5172), 625-631, DOI: 10.1126/science.265.5172.625.

Russell, C. T., A. Metzger, C. Pieters, R. C. Elphic, T. B. McCord, J. W. Head III, J. Abshire, R. J. Phillips, M. Sykes, M. A'Hearn, M. Hickman, J. Sercel, C. Kluever, R. Rosenthal, and W. Purdy (1994), Maximizing the scientific return of low cost planetary missions using solar electric propulsion, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1994, 1091.

Segura, M., J. M. Sunshine, T. B. McCord, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1994), NIMS-Callisto science objectives and observational plans, paper presented at 25th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1994, 1235-1236, #1618.

Segura, M., J. M. Sunshine, T. B. McCord, and The NIMS Team (1994), NIMS Callisto science objectives and observational plans, paper presented at Icy Satellite Conference, San Juan Capistrano Research Institute, San Juan Capistrano, CA, 1994, 75-76.

Susner, N., J. Lo, and T. B. McCord (1994), A hyperspectral image processing system, paper presented at International Symposium on Spectral Sensing Research 1994, San Diego, CA, July 10-15, 1994.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, D. L. Blaney, and J. D. Goguen (1994), Io's heat flow from infrared radiometry: 1980-1993, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 99 (E8), 17095-17162, DOI: 10.1029/94JE00637.

Weissman, P. R., R. W. Carlson, M. Segura, W. D. Smythe, D. L. Matson, T. V. Johnson, F. E. Leader, H. H. Kieffer, L. A. Soderblom, F. P. Fanale, J. C. Granahan, and T. B. McCord (1994), Galileo NIMS thermal observations of asteroid 243 Ida and 1993(243)I, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1994, 1156.

Carlson, R. W., H. H. Kieffer, K. H. Baines, K. J. Becker, G. E. Danielson, K. Edwards, F. P. Fanale, J. Forsythe, L. R. Gaddis, J. C. Granahan, J. Hui, T. V. Johnson, R. LopesGautier, L. W. Kamp, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, R. Mehlman, A. C. Ocampo, L. A. Soderblom, W. D. Smythe, J. Torson, and P. R. Weissman (1993), Preliminary report of lunar observations by the Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) during the second Galileo Earth-Moon encounter, paper presented at 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1993, 255-256, #1128.

Hapke, B. (1993), Theory of Reflectance and Emittance Spectroscopy, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Head III, J. W., M. Belton, R. Greeley, C. Pieters, A. S. McEwen, G. Neukum, and T. B. McCord (1993), Lunar Scout missions: Galileo encounter results and applications to scientific problems and exploration requirements, paper presented at 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1993, 625-626, #1314.

McCord, T. B., R. W. Carlson, L. A. Soderblom, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1993), Galileo NIMS infrared imaging spectrophotometry measurements at the Moon during the first Earth-Moon encounter, December 1990, EOS Trans. AGU, 74.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, and The Minmap Team (1993), MinMap: An imaging spectrometer for high resolution compositional mapping of the Moon, paper presented at 24th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1993, 1145-1146, #1574.

Weissman, P. R., R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, L. C. Byrne, A. C. Ocampo, L. Kamp, H. H. Kieffer, L. A. Soderblom, F. P. Fanale, J. C. Granahan, and T. B. McCord (1993), Galileo NIMS thermal observations of asteroid 951 Gaspra, paper presented at Asteroids, Comets, Meteors 1993, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Belgirate, Italy, June 14-18, 1993.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, C. J. Budney, W. K. Hartmann, and T. B. McCord (1992), Planetary astronomy using the UH/PGD visible to near IR spatially modulated imaging Fourier transform spectrometer, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1992,

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, and T. B. McCord (1992), Ferric mineralogy of the Martian south polar region, paper presented at 23rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 16-20, 1992, 79-80, #1039.

Carlson, R. W., P. R. Weissman, W. D. Smythe, J. C. Mahoney, I. Aptaker, G. Bailey, K. Baines, R. Burns, E. Carpenter, K. Curry, G. Danielson, T. Encrenaz, H. Enmark, F. Fanale, M. Gram, M. Hernandez, R. Hickok, G. Jenkins, T. Johnson, S. Jones, H. H. Kieffer, C. Labaw, R. Lockhart, S. Macenka, J. Marino, H. Masursky, D. Matson, T. B. McCord, K. Mehaffey, A. Ocampo, G. Root, R. Salazar, D. Sevilla, W. Sleigh, W. Smythe, L. A. Soderblom, L. Steimle, R. Steinkraus, F. Taylor, and D. Wilson (1992), Near-infrared mapping spectrometer experiment on Galileo, Space Science Reviews, 60 (1-4), 457-502, DOI: 10.1007/BF00216865.

Hanner, M. S., G. J. Veeder, and A. T. Tokunaga (1992), The dust coma of comet P/Giacobini-Zinner in the infrared, Astronomical Journal, 104 (1), 386-393, DOI: 10.1086/116245.

McCord, T. B., J. L. Forsythe, J. Lo, L. Chock, L. A. Soderblom, H. H. Kieffer, K. Edwards, K. Becker, J. Torson, F. P. Fanale, B. Campbell, J. Granahan, R. W. Carlson, W. D. Smythe, P. R. Weissman, A. C. Ocampo, R. LopesGautier, L. Kamp, D. Matson, and T. V. Johnson (1992), First results from the Galileo NIMS (Near Infrared Mapping Spectrometer) IR imaging spectrophotometry measurements of the Moon during the first Earth-Moon  encounter, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1992,

Tedesco, E. F., G. J. Veeder, J. W. Fowler, and J. R. Chillemi (1992), IRAS Minor Planet Survey, Report PL-TR-92-2049, NTIS.

Bell III, J. F., D. Crisp, P. G. Lucey, and T. B. McCord (1991), Mars surface compositional variability from groundbased imaging spectroscopy during 1988 and 1990, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1991, 1175.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1991), A search for spectral units on the Uranian satellites using color ratio images, paper presented in 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, January, 1991, 473-489.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, P. G. Lucey, and T. Ozoroski (1991), High spectral resolution 0.4-0.8 μm observations of Mars during 1988 and 1990, paper presented at 22nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 18-22, 1991, 77-78, #1039.

Carlson, R. W., K. H. Baines, T. Encrenaz, F. W. Taylor, P. Drossart, L. W. Kamp, J. B. Pollack, E. Lellouch, A. D. Collard, S. B. Calcutt, D. Grinspoon, P. R. Weissman, W. D. Smythe, A. C. Ocampo, G. E. Danielson, F. P. Fanale, T. V. Johnson, H. H. Kieffer, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, and L. A. Soderblom (1991), Galileo infrared imaging spectroscopy measurements at Venus, Science, 253 (5027), 1541-1548, DOI: 10.1126/science.253.5027.1541.

Cruikshank, D. P., L. J. Allamandola, W. K. Hartmann, D. J. Tholen, R. H. Brown, C. N. Matthews, and J. F. Bell III (1991), Solid C triple bond N bearing material on outer solar system bodies, Icarus, 94 (2), 345-353, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(91)90233-J.

McCord, T. B., R. W. Carlson, L. Chock, J. L. Forsythe, J. Lo, A. C. Ocampo, W. D. Smythe, P. R. Weissman, and The Galileo NIMS Team (1991), Observations of the Moon during the December 1990 Earth-Moon encounter, EOS Trans. AGU, 72, 182.

McCord, T. B., and R. Hanson (1991), Review and analysis of the Hawaii space industry, Pacific Space Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, and T. B. McCord (1990), High resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1990, 1061.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, T. B. McCord, and T. Ozoroski (1990), Groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars during 1988 and 1990: Instrumentation and methodologies for the future of planetary spectroscopy, paper presented at 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 12-16, 1990, 62, #1032.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, T. B. McCord, and T. Ozoroski (1990), Groundbased imaging spectroscopy of Mars during 1988 and 1990: Instrumentation and data reduction/interpretation strategies for the future of planetary spectroscopy, in Scientific Results of the NASA-Sponsored Study Project on Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Tectonics, and Volatiles (MEVTV), LPI Technical Report 90-06, edited, pp. 69-70.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1990), Can iron oxide/hyrdoxide minerals be identified on the Martian surface from groundbased VIS-NIR spectra?, LPI Technical Report 90-06, 67-68.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1990), Can iron oxide/hydroxide minerals be identified on the Martian surface from groundbased VIS-NIR spectra?, paper presented at 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 12-16, 1990, 60-61, #1031.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1990), Imaging spectroscopy of Mars (0.4-1.1 μm) during the 1988 opposition, paper presented in 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1990, 479-486.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. D. Owensby (1990), Observational evidence of crystalline iron-oxides on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 95 (B9), 14,447-414,461, DOI: 10.1029/JB095iB09p14447.

Bell III, J. F., M. S. Robinson, T. B. McCord, and F. P. Fanale (1990), Comparison of new groundbased and Phobos-2 VSK color ratio data for Mars, paper presented at 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 12-16, 1990, 63-64, #1033.

Bell III, J. F., M. S. Robinson, T. B. McCord, and F. P. Fanale (1990), Comparison of new groundbased and Phobos-2 VSK color ratio data for Mars, in Scientific Results of the NASA-Sponsored Study Project on Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Tectonics, and Volatiles (MEVTV), LPI Technical Report 90-06, edited, pp. 71-72.

Bibring, J.-P., Y. Langevin, S. Erard, O. Forni, P. Passon, C. Sotin, M. Combes, V. Moroz, A. Coradini, V. Formisano, J. W. Head III, L. A. Soderblom, F. Fanale, T. McCord, and D. P. Cruikshank (1990), The observation of the surface of Mars by the ISM instrument on board the Phobos 2 spacecraft, paper presented at 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 12-16, 1990, #1041.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1990), Earthbased telescopic observations of Mars in the 4.4-5.1 micron region, paper presented at 21st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 12-16, 1990, 99-100, #1051.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, P. D. Owensby, and T. B. McCord (1989), Iron oxide minerals on Mars: New constraints based on new 1988 high resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1989, 954.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1989), Mars - near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition, Icarus, 77 (1), 21-34, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(89)90004-3.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1989), Spectral unit analysis of the Uranian satellites from Voyager 2 images, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1989, 987.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1989), Mars during the 1988 opposition, EOS Trans. AGU, 70 (4), 50, DOI: 10.1029/89EO00026.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1989), High spectral resolution 0.3-1.0 μm spectroscopy and imaging of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Characterization of Fe mineralogies, paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Mars, Tucson, AZ, January 10-13, 1989, 67-68.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1989), Mars during the 1988 opposition: High resolution imaging and spectroscopy, EOS Trans. AGU, 70, 50.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1989), Iron oxide mineralogy on Mars: New results based on high resolution imaging spectroscopy during 1988, paper presented at 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1989, 56-57, #1029.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and R. V. Morris (1989), Crystalline iron oxides on Mars: Implications for surface mineralogy and past and present physical and chemical weathering environments, EOS Trans. AGU, 70, 1171.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), An observational search for carbonates on Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth and Planets, 94 (B8), 10,159-110,166, DOI: 10.1029/JB094iB08p10159.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), Telescopic detection of sulfur compounds on Mars, paper presented at 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1989, 86-87, #1045.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), Infrared spectroscopy on Mars between 3.2 and 4.2 μm, paper presented at 20th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1989, 87-88.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), Telescopic spectrometric observations of Mars between 3.5 μm and 4.2 μm--Evidence for compounds containing H-S, paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Mars, Tucson, AZ, January 10-13, 1989, 71-72.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), Mid-Infrared spectroscopy of Mars between 4.4 μm and 5.15 μm--Indications of a 4.5 μm adsorption, EOS Trans. AGU, 70 (43), 1171.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1989), Mid-Infrared spectroscopy of Mars between 4.4 μm and 5.5 μm--Indications of a 4.5 μm adsorption, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1989, 955.

Matson, D. L., G. J. Veeder, E. F. Tedesco, and L. A. Lebofsky (1989), The IRAS asteroid and comet survey, in Asteroids II, edited by R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews, pp. 269-281, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

McCord, T. B., J. F. Bell III, and D. L. Blaney (1989), Groundbased telescopic spectrophotometric observations of the Mars surface: An historical perspective, recent observations, and the potential relationship to ISM and OMEGA-VIMS measurements, paper presented at International Symposium on the First Results of the PHOBOS-Mars Mission and Future Space Exploration of Mars, Paris, France, October 23-27, 1989.

McFadden, L. A., D. J. Tholen, and G. J. Veeder (1989), Physical properties of Aten, Apollo and Amor asteroids, in Asteroids II, edited by R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews, pp. 442-467, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Tedesco, E. F., D. L. Matson, and G. J. Veeder (1989), Classification of IRAS asteroids, in Asteroids II, edited by R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews, pp. 290-297, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Tedesco, E. F., J. G. Williams, D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, J. C. Gradie, and L. A. Lebofsky (1989), A three-parameter asteroid taxonomy, Astronomical Journal, 97, 580-606, DOI: 10.1086/115007.

Tedesco, E. F., J. G. Williams, D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, J. C. Gradie, and L. A. Lebofsky (1989), Three-parameter asteroid taxonomy classifications, in Asteroids II, edited by R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews, pp. 1151-1161, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Veeder, G. J., M. S. Hanner, D. L. Matson, E. F. Tedesco, L. A. Lebofsky, and A. T. Tokunaga (1989), Radiometry of near-Earth asteroids, Astronomical Journal, 97 (4), 1211-1219, DOI: 10.1086/115064.

Veeder, G. J., E. F. Tedesco, and D. L. Matson (1989), Asteroid results from the IRAS survey, in Asteroids II, edited by R. P. Binzel, T. Gehrels and M. S. Matthews, pp. 282-289, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Bell III, J. F., P. G. Lucey, P. D. Owensby, and T. B. McCord (1988), Iron oxide minerals on Mars: New constraints based on new 1988 high resolution groundbased imaging spectroscopy, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1988, 954.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1988), Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition: Final results, paper presented at 19th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1988, 53-54, #1028.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1988), Near-Infrared imaging of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Distribution and composition of frosts, Fe-oxides, and global dust, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, American Astronomical Society, 1988, 848.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, and P. G. Lucey (1988), 0.3-2.6 μm observation of Mars during the 1988 opposition: Regional variations in Fe-oxides and H2O and CO2 frosts, EOS Trans. AGU 69, 1286.

Bell III, J. F., T. B. McCord, P. G. Lucey, and D. L. Blaney (1988), Preliminary results and overview of spectral remote sensing observations of Mars during the 1988 opposition, paper presented at MECA Workshop on Dust on Mars, III, LPI Technical Report 89-01, 1988.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1988), Constraints on the origin of the 3.8 μm Mars absorption feature, paper presented at 19th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1988, 96-97, #1050.

Blaney, D. L., and T. B. McCord (1988), High spectral resolution telescopic observations of Mars to study salts and clay minerals, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1988, 848.

Goguen, J. D., W. M. Sinton, D. L. Matson, R. R. Howell, H. M. Dyck, T. V. Johnson, R. H. Brown, G. J. Veeder, A. L. Lane, R. M. Nelson, and R. A. McLaren (1988), Io hot spots: Infrared photometry of satellite occulations, Icarus, 76, 465-484.

Johnson, R. E., M. L. Nelson, T. B. McCord, and J. C. Gradie (1988), Analysis of Voyager images of Europa - plasma bombardment, Icarus, 75 (3), 423-436, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(88)90155-8.

Johnson, T. V., G. J. Veeder, D. L. Matson, R. H. Brown, R. M. Nelson, and D. Morrison (1988), Io: Evidence for silicate volcanism in 1986, Science, 242 (4883), 1280-1283, DOI: 10.1126/science.242.4883.1280.

Lebofsky, L. A., E. F. Tedesco, and G. J. Veeder (1988), Infrared light-curves of asteroids 532 Herculina and 45 Eugenia: Proof of the absence of significant albedo markings, Icarus, 75 (3), 518-526, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(88)90161-3.

Liu, Y. A., R. G. Wagner, F. A. Pehler, and T. B. McCord (1988), Studies in Magnetochemical Engineering: Part IV. A Fluidized-Bed Superconducting Magnetic Separation Process for Dry Coal Desulfurization, Powder Technology, 56 (4), 259-277, DOI: 10.1016/0032-5910(88)80010-X.

McCord, T. B. (1988), Review of remote detection of minerals on planetary surfaces, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 196, 34-GEOC.

McCord, T. B. (Ed.) (1988), Reflectance spectroscopy in Planetary Science: Review and strategy for the future, 39 pp., NASA SP-493.

McCord, T. B., ed. (1988), Report on the Pacific ISY Conference: A Planning Meeting for the International Space Year, 91 pps., University of Hawaii Press.

Tedesco, E. F., D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, and L. A. Lebofsky (1988), IRAS observations of asteroids, in Comets to Cosmology, edited by A. Lawrence, pp. 19-26, Springer-Verlag, New York.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1987), Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition, preliminary findings, EOS Trans. AGU, 68, 1341.

Bell III, J. F., and T. B. McCord (1987), Mars: Near-infrared comparative spectroscopy during the 1986 opposition, paper presented at MEVTV Workshop on Nature and Composition of Surface Units on Mars, LPI Technical Report 88-05, 22-24, 1987, 22-24.

Hanner, M. S., R. L. Newburn, H. Spinrad, and G. J. Veeder (1987), Comet Sugano-Saigusa-Fujikawa (1983v). A small Puzzling Comet, Astronomical Journal, 94 (4), 1081-1087, DOI: 10.1086/114544.

McCord, T. B. (1987), Space resources - Breaking the bonds of Earth Science, 238 (4832), 1447-1448.

Nelson, R. M., A. L. Lane, D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, B. J. Buratti, and E. F. Tedesco (1987), Spectral geometric albedos of the Galilean satellites from 0.24 - 0.34 micrometers: Observations with the International Ultraviolet Explorer satellite, Icarus, 72 (2), 358-380, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(87)90180-1.

Roush, T. L., R. B. Singer, and T. B. McCord (1987), The Spectral Reflectance, 0.6 to 4.3 microns, of Particulate Mineral-Water Ice Mixtures, paper presented at 18th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1987, #858.

Tedesco, E. F., G. J. Veeder, R. S. Dunbar, and L. A. Lebofsky (1987), IRAS constraints on the sizes of Pluto and Charon, Nature, 327, 127-129, DOI: 10.1038/327127a0.

Veeder, G. J., M. S. Hanner, and D. J. Tholen (1987), The nucleus of comet P/Arend-Rigaux, Astronomical Journal, 94, 169-173, DOI: 10.1086/114460.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, E. F. Tedesco, L. A. Lebofsky, and J. C. Gradie (1987), Radiometry of Deimos, Astronomical Journal, 94, 1361-1363, DOI: 10.1086/114574.

Gear, W. K., L. M. J. Brown, E. I. Robson, P. A. R. Ade, M. J. Griffin, M. G. Smith, I. G. Nolt, J. V. Radostitz, G. J. Veeder, and L. A. Lebofsky (1986), Multifrequency observations of blazers II.  The variability of the 1 micron and 2 micron continuum, Astrophysics Journal, 204, 295-304.

Lebofsky, L. A., D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, and E. F. Tedesco (1986), The IRAS asteroid thermal model, in IRAS Asteroid and Comet Survey, edited by D. L. Matson, pp. 7-1 to 7-18.

Lebofsky, L. A., M. V. Sykes, G. J. Veeder, E. F. Tedesco, D. L. Matson, R. H. Brown, J. C. Gradie, M. A. Feierberg, and R. J. Rudy (1986), A refined 'standard' thermal model for asteroids based on observations of 1 Ceres and 2 Pallas, Icarus, 68 (2), 239-251, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(86)90021-7.

Lucey, P. G., B. R. Hawke, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Head III, and T. B. McCord (1986), A compositional study of the Aristarchus region of the Moon using near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy, J. Geophys. Res., 91 (B4), D344-D354, DOI: 10.1029/JB091iB04p0D344.

Matson, D. L., G. J. Veeder, E. F. Tedesco, L. A. Lebofsky, and R. G. Walker (1986), IRAS Survey of Asteroids, Advances in Space Research, 6 (7), 47-56, DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(86)90210-3.

Nelson, M. L., T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, T. V. Johnson, D. L. Matson, J. A. Mosher, and L. A. Soderblom (1986), Europa - Characterization and interpretation of global spectral surface units, Icarus, 65 (1), 129-151, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(86)90068-0.

Veeder, G. J. (1986), The IRAS asteroid data, in IRAS Asteroid and Comet Survey, edited by D. L. Matson, pp. 2-1 to 2-54.

Walker, R. G., D. L. Matson, and G. J. Veeder (1986), IRAS Observations of Comets, Advances in Space Research, 6 (7), 57-66, DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(86)90211-5.

Bell III, J. F., J. C. Gradie, B. R. Hawke, T. B. McCord, and M. J. Gaffey (1985), Asteroid-29 amphitrite - Surface characteristics and prospects for the Galileo flyby, Meteoritics, 20 (4), 606-606.

Bell III, J. F., B. R. Hawke, J. C. Gradie, T. B. McCord, and M. J. Gaffey (1985), Asteroid-29 amphitrite - Surface-composition and spectral variations, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 97 (596), 892-893.

Gear, W. K., E. I. Robson, P. A. R. Ade, M. J. Griffin, L. M. J. Brown, M. G. Smith, I. G. Nolt, J. V. Radostitz, G. J. Veeder, and L. A. Lebofsky (1985), Multifrequency observations of blazers I. The shape of the 1 micron to 2 micron continuum, Astrophysics Journal, 291, 511-517.

Hanner, M. S., E. F. Tedesco, A. T. Tokunaga, G. J. Veeder, G. J. Lester, F. C. Witteborn, J. D. Bregman, J. C. Gradie, and L. A. Lebofsky (1985), The dust coma of periodic comet Churymov-Gerasimenko (1982 VIII), Icarus, 64 (1), 11-19, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(85)90034-X.

Lebofsky, L. A., M. V. Sykes, I. G. Nolt, J. V. Radostitz, G. J. Veeder, D. L. Matson, P. A. R. Ade, M. J. Griffin, W. K. Gear, and E. I. Robson (1985), Submillimeter observations of the asteroid 10 Hygiea, Icarus, 63 (2), 192-200, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(85)90003-X.

McCord, T. B., and D. L. Blaney (1985), Summary of NIMS Sand Painting Data Analysis, Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

McFadden, L. A., M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1985), Near-Earth asteroids - Possible sources from reflectance spectroscopy, Science, 229 (4709), 160-163, DOI: 10.1126/science.229.4709.160.

Pieters, C. M., J. B. Adams, P. J. Mouginis-Mark, S. H. Zisk, M. O. Smith, J. W. Head III, and T. B. McCord (1985), The nature of crater rays - the Copernicus example, J. Geophys. Res., 90 (B14), 12393-12413, DOI: 10.1029/JB090iB14p12393.

Vilas, F., D. J. Tholen, L. A. Lebofsky, H. Campins, G. J. Veeder, R. P. Binzel, and A. T. Tokunaga (1985), Physical parameters of near-Earth asteroid 1982 DV, Icarus, 63 (2), 201-205, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(85)90004-1.

Hanner, M. S., and G. J. Veeder (1984), JHK photometry of comet Bowell (1982 I), Icarus, 60 (3), 445-448, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(84)90153-2.

Johnson, T. V., D. Morrison, D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, R. H. Brown, and R. M. Nelson (1984), Volcanic Hotspots on Io: Stability and longitudinal distribution, Science, 226 (4671), 134-137, DOI: 10.1126/science.226.4671.134.

McFadden, L. A., M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1984), Mineralogical-petrological characterization of near-Earth asteroids, Icarus, 59 (1), 25-40, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(84)90053-8.

Eaton, N., S. F. Green, R. S. McCheyne, A. J. Meadows, and G. J. Veeder (1983), Observations of asteroids in the 3- to 4- micron region, Icarus, 55 (2), 245-249, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(83)90079-9.

Hanner, M. S., A. T. Tokunaga, G. J. Veeder, and M. F. A'Hearn (1983), Infrared photometry of the dust in Comets, Astronomical Journal, 89, 162-169.

King, T. V. V., L. A. McFadden, M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1983), Mineralogical classification and interpretation of asteroid spectra in the 0.3-0.9 μm Range, Meteoritics, 18 (4), 324-325.

McCord, T. B. (1983), Solar pond development in the Pacific Oceania, paper presented in 18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1983,

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, C. Kowal, and G. Hoover (1983), Infrared (JHK) Photometry of Asteroids II, Astronomical Journal, 88 (7), 1060-1063, DOI: 10.1086/113394.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, and E. F. Tedesco (1983), The R asteroids reconsidered, Icarus, 55 (1), 117-180, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(83)90058-1.

Clark, R. N., and T. B. McCord (1982), Mars residual north polar cap - Earth-based spectroscopic confirmation of water ice as a major constituent and evidence for hydrated minerals, Journal of Geophysical Research, 87 (B1), 367-370, DOI: 10.1029/JB087iB01p00367.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, A. Meloy, R. B. Singer, J. B. Adams, and F. El Baz (1982), An example of the application of a procedure for determining the extent of erosional and depositional features and rock and soil units in the Kharga Oasis region, Egypt, using remote sensing, paper presented in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, First Thematic Conference: "Remote sensing of arid and semi-arid lands", 19-25 January, 1982, Cairo, Egypt, Center Remote Sens. Information and Analysis, Environmental Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI, 1982, 909-919.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, and R. B. Singer (1982), Mars - near-infrared spectral reflectance of surface regions and compositional implications, Journal of Geophysical Research, 87 (B4), 3021-3032, DOI: 10.1029/JB087iB04p03021.

McCord, T. B., and members of the National Academy Science (1982), A strategy for Earth Sciences from space in the 1980's-Part I: Solid Earth and ocean, National Academy of Science.

McCord, T. B., R. B. Singer, B. R. Hawke, J. B. Adams, D. L. Evans, J. W. Head III, P. J. Mouginismark, C. M. Pieters, R. L. Huguenin, and S. H. Zisk (1982), Mars - Definition and characterization of global surface units with emphasis on composition, Journal of Geophysical Research, 87 (B12), 10129-10148, DOI: 10.1029/JB087iB12p10129.

Meloy, A., R. B. Singer, and T. B. McCord (1982), Kauai vegetation mapping project for the state of Hawaii, Hawaii Forestry Division.

Veeder, G. J., and D. L. Matson (1982), Asteroid results expected from IRAS, in The Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) and the Asteroids, edited by W. C. Wells, pp. 117-139.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, and C. Kowal (1982), Infrared (JHK) photometry of asteroids, Astronomical Journal, 87 (5), 834-839.

Gaddis, L., J. B. Adams, B. R. Hawke, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, C. Pieters, and S. Zisk (1981), Characterization and distribution of pyroclastic units in the Rima Bode region of the Moon, paper presented at 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 16-20, 1981, 318-320.

Hawke, B. R., T. B. McCord, and J. W. Head III (1981), Small lunar dark-mantle deposits of probable pyroclastic origin, in Reports of the Planetary Geology Program, 1980-1981, NASA TM-82385, edited, pp. 512-514.

Head III, J. W., I. Adler, J. Arnold, C. R. Chapman, T. V. Johnson, C. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1981), Remote sensing of basalts in the solar system, in The Terrestrial Planets, edited, pp. 439-440.

Lebofsky, L. A., G. J. Veeder, G. J. Rieke, M. J. Lebofsky, D. L. Matson, and E. E. Becklin (1981), The albedo and diameter of 1862 Apollo, Icarus, 48 (2), 335-338, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(81)90114-7.

McCord, T. B. (1981), Developments in the use of spectral signature for mapping the surface of solar system objects other than the Earth, Advances in Space Research, 1 (10), 3-17, DOI: 10.1016/0273-1177(81)90378-1.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, B. R. Hawke, L. A. McFadden, P. D. Owensby, C. Pieters, and J. B. Adams (1981), Remote detection of olivine, pyroxene and plagioclase: Analysis of three lunar sites, paper presented at 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 16-20, 1981, 679-681.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, B. R. Hawke, L. A. McFadden, P. D. Owensby, C. M. Pieters, and J. B. Adams (1981), Moon - near-infrared spectral reflectance, a first good look, Journal of Geophysical Research, 86 (B11), 10883-10892, DOI: 10.1029/JB086iB11p10883.

Newburn, R. L., J. F. Bell III, and T. B. McCord (1981), Interference-filter photometry of periodic comet Ashbrook-Jackson, Astronomical Journal, 86 (3), 469-475, DOI: 10.1086/112906.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1981), Copernicus' Peak: Possible cumulate olivine, paper presented at 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 16-20, 1981, 833-835.

Smith, W. H., T. B. McCord, and W. Macy (1981), High spectral resolution imagery of Saturn, Icarus, 46 (2), 256-262.

Veeder, G. J., and M. S. Hanner (1981), Infrared photometry of comets Bowell and P/Stephan-Oterma, Icarus, 47 (3), 381-387, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(81)90186-X.

Veeder, G. J., E. F. Tedesco, D. J. Tholen, A. T. Tokunaga, C. Kowal, K. Matthews, G. Neugebauer, and B. T. Soifer (1981), The diameter and albedo of 1943 Anteros, Icarus, 46 (2), 281-284, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(81)90216-5.

Clark, R. N., and T. B. McCord (1980), The rings of Saturn - New near-infrared reflectance measurements and a 0.326-4.08 μm summary, Icarus, 43 (2), 161-168, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(80)90116-5.

Clark, R. N., and T. B. McCord (1980), The Galilean satellites - New near-infrared spectral reflectance measurements (0.65-2.5 μm) and a 0.325-5 μm summary, Icarus, 41 (3), 323-339, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(80)90217-1.

Cruikshank, D. P., and T. B. McCord (1980), Spectrophotometric remote sensing of planets and satellites, paper presented in Infrared Astronomy: Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 96, Dordrecht D Reidel Publishing Co, Kona, HI, June 23-27, 1980, 57-87.

Hawke, B. R., P. Spudis, J. W. Head III, and T. B. McCord (1980), Remote sensing studies of the Apollo 16 - Descartes region, paper presented in Workshop on Apollo 16, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, November 13-15, 1980, 44-46.

Head III, J. W., J. B. Adams, B. R. Hawke, T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, and S. Zisk (1980), Sulpicius Gallus Pyroclastic Deposits, Southwestern Serenitatis Region of the Moon: Preliminary Studies, paper presented at 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 17-21, 1980, 418-420.

McCord, T. B., R. B. Singer, J. B. Adams, B. R. Hawke, J. W. Head III, R. L. Huguenin, C. M. Pieters, S. Zisk, and P. J. Mouginis-Mark (1980), Definition and characterization of Mars global surface units: Preliminary unit maps, paper presented at 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, March 17-21, 1980, #1249, 1697-1699.

McFadden, L. A., J. F. Bell III, and T. B. McCord (1980), Visible spectral reflectance measurements (0.33-1.1 μm) of the Galilean satellites at many orbital phase angles, Icarus, 44 (2), 410-430, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(80)90034-2.

Pieters, C. M., S. Flam, and T. B. McCord (1980), Near-infrared lunar spectra: Patterns in the increasing data set, paper presented at 11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 17-21, 1980, #1314, 1879-1881.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Head III, J. B. Adams, T. B. McCord, S. Zisk, and J. L. Whitford-Stark (1980), Late high-titanium basalts of the western Maria - Geology of the Flamsteed region of Oceanus Procellarum, Journal of Geophysical Research, 85 (B7), 3913-3938, DOI: 10.1029/JB085iB07p03913.

Veeder, G. J., and D. L. Matson (1980), The relative reflectance of Iapetus at 1.6 and 2.2 microns, Astronomical Journal, 85, 969-972, DOI: 10.1086/112759.

Hawke, B. R., D. Maclaskey, and T. B. McCord (1979), Multispectral imaging of lunar crater deposits, paper presented in Proceedings of Conference on Lunar Highlands Crust, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1979, 50-52.

Hawke, B. R., T. B. McCord, D. Maclaskey, J. B. Adams, J. W. Head III, C. M. Pieters, and S. Zisk (1979), Multispectral mapping of the Apollo 15-Apennine region: The identification and distribution of regional pyroclastic deposits, paper presented at 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, #1182, 1512-1515.

Head III, J. W., and T. B. McCord (1979), Lunar highlands volcanism: Geologic and remote sensing data on domes of possible extrusive origin, paper presented in Proceedings of Conference on Lunar Highlands Crust, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 1979, 61-62.

Larson, H. P., and G. J. Veeder (1979), Infrared spectral reflectance of asteroid surfaces, in Asteroids, edited by T. Gehrels, pp. 724-744.

McCord, T. B. (1979), A lunar polar orbiter reflectance spectrometer experiment, paper presented at 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Tx, March 19-23, 1979.

McCord, T. B., and R. N. Clark (1979), The Mercury soil - Presence of Fe2+, Journal of Geophysical Research, 84 (NB13), 7664-7668.

McCord, T. B., and R. N. Clark (1979), Atmospheric extinction 0.65-2.50  μm above Mauna Kea, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 91 (542), 571-576.

McCord, T. B., and R. N. Clark (1979), Jupiter and Saturn: Near-infrared spectral albedo, Icarus, 40, 180-188.

McCord, T. B., and R. N. Clark (1979), The Mercury soil: Presence of Fe2+, paper presented at 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, #1278, 1789-1791.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, L. A. McFadden, and C. M. Pieters (1979), Newly defined IR electronic absorption features in telescopic reflectance spectra: The lunar case, paper presented at 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, #1279, 1792-1794.

McCord, T. B., M. Grabow, M. A. Feierberg, D. Maclaskey, and C. M. Pieters (1979), Lunar multispectral maps - Part II of the lunar nearside, Icarus, 37 (1), 1-28, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(79)90112-X.

McGetchin, T. R., and T. B. McCord (1979), Remote sensing of volcanic gases: Current status and future directions, Summary, paper presented at Lunar Science Institute Workshop, Houston, TX, 1979.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, J. W. Head III, J. B. Adams, and S. Zisk (1979), Mare Crisium geologic units: Implications of additional remote sensing data, paper presented in 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Inc., Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, 2967-2973.

Singer, R. B., and T. B. McCord (1979), Mars: Large scale mixing of bright and dark surface materials and implications for analysis of spectral reflectance, paper presented in 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, 1835-1848.

Singer, R. B., and T. B. McCord (1979), Mars: Large scale mixing of bright and dark materials and properties of dark materials, paper presented at 10th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, March 19-23, 1979, #1396, 1128-1130.

Singer, R. B., T. B. McCord, R. N. Clark, J. B. Adams, and R. L. Huguenin (1979), Mars surface-composition from reflectance spectroscopy - A Summary, Journal of Geophysical Research, 84 (B14), 8415-8426, DOI: 10.1029/JB084iB14p08415.

Adams, J. B., J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, and S. H. Zisk (1978), Mare Crisium - Regional stratigraphy and geologic history, Geophysical Research Letters, 5 (4), 313-316, DOI: 10.1029/GL005i004p00313.

Charette, M. P., S. R. Taylor, J. B. Adams, and T. B. McCord (1978), The detection of soils of Fra Mauro basalt and anorthositic gabbro composition in the lunar highlands by remote spectral reflectance techniques, paper presented in 8th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1978, 1049-1061.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1978), Asteroid surface materials - Mineralogical characterizations from reflectance spectra, Space Science Reviews, 21 (5), 555-628, DOI: 10.1007/BF00240908.

Head III, J. W., J. B. Adams, C. Pieters, T. B. McCord, and S. Zisk (1978), Regional stratigraphy and geologic history of Mare Crisium, in Mare Crisium: The View from Luna 24, edited by R. B. Merrill and J. J. Papike, pp. 43-74, Pergamon Press, New York.

Head III, J. W., P. C. Hess, and T. B. McCord (1978), Geologic characteristics of lunar highland volcanic domes (Gruithuisen and Mairan region) and possible eruption conditions, paper presented at 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1978, #1171, 1488-1490.

Head III, J. W., and T. B. McCord (1978), Imbrian-age highland volcanism on the Moon - The Gruithuisen and Mairan domes, Science, 199 (4336), 1433-1436, DOI: 10.1126/science.199.4336.1433.

Head III, J. W., C. M. Pieters, T. B. McCord, J. B. Adams, and S. H. Zisk (1978), Definition and detailed characterization of lunar-surface units using remote observations, Icarus, 33 (1), 145-172, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(78)90030-1.

Lebofsky, L. A., G. J. Veeder, M. J. Lebofsky, and D. L. Matson (1978), Visual and radiometric photometry of 1580 Betulia, Icarus, 35 (3), 336-343, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(78)90086-6.

Matson, D. L., G. J. Veeder, and L. A. Lebofsky (1978), Infrared observations of asteroid surfaces from earth and space, paper presented in Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, University of Chicago, January 19-21, 1978, 127-144.

McCord, T. B. (1978), Optical remote sensing of asteroid surfaces from spacecraft, paper presented in Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, University of Chicago, January 19-21, 1978, 265-274.

McCord, T. B. (1978), Asteroid surface mineralogy: Evidence from Earth-based telescope observations, paper presented in Asteroids: An Exploration Assessment, NASA Scientific and Technical Information Office, University of Chicago, January 19-21, 1978, 109-128.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, and R. L. Huguenin (1978), Mars - Near-infrared spectral reflectance and compositional implications, Journal of Geophysical Research, 83 (B11), 5433-5441, DOI: 10.1029/JB083iB11p05433.

McCord, T. B., R. N. Clark, and R. L. Huguenin (1978), Mars: Remote spectral identification of H2O frost and mineral hydrates, paper presented at 2nd Colloquium on Planetary Water and Polar Processes, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 16-18, 1978.

McCord, T. B., and R. B. Singer (1978), Characterization of Mars surface units, paper presented at 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1978, #1249, 1714-1716.

Pieters, C. M., and T. B. McCord (1978), Distribution of basalt types on the front side of the Moon, paper presented at 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1978, #1312, 1898-1900.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, and J. C. Smith (1978), Visual and infrared photometry of asteroids, Astronomical Journal, 83, 651-663, DOI: 10.1086/112249.

Zisk, S., J. B. Adams, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, and C. M. Pieters (1978), Topographic evolution of Mare Crisium and its relation to Mare filling, paper presented at 9th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 13-17, 1978, #1451, 1297-1299.

Charette, M. P., S. R. Taylor, J. B. Adams, and T. B. McCord (1977), The detection of Fra Mauro basalts in the lunar highlands by remote spectral reflectance techniques and implications for crystal stratigraphy, paper presented at 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1977, #1060, 1175-1177.

Gaffey, M. G., and T. B. McCord (1977), Asteroid surface materials from reflectance spectroscopy: A review, in The Interrelated Origin of Comets, Asteroids and Meteorites, edited by A. H. Delsemme, pp. 199-218, Proceedings IAU 39.

Gaffey, M. G., and T. B. McCord (1977), Mineralogical characterizations of asteroid surface materials from relectance spectroscopy: A review, paper presented at 3rd Princeton/AIAA Conference on Space Manufacturing Facilities, 1977.

Gaffey, M. G., and T. B. McCord (1977), Asteroid surface materials: Mineralogical characterizations and cosmological implications, paper presented at 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1977, #1117, 1343-1345.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1977), Mining outer space, Technology Review, 79 (7), 50-59.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1977), Mining outer space, Mercury, 6, 1-9.

Head III, J. W., J. B. Adams, T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, and S. H. Zisk (1977), Regional stratigraphy and geologic history of Mare Crisium, paper presented in Mare Crisium: The view from Luna 24, Pergamon Press, Inc., Houston, Texas, December 1-3, 1977, 43-74.

Huguenin, R. L., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1977), Mars: Surface mineralogy from reflectance spectra, paper presented at 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1977, #1164, 1478-1480.

Matson, D. L., T. V. Johnson, and G. J. Veeder (1977), Asteroid infrared reflectances and compositional implications, in Comets-Asteroids, Meteorites, Interrelations, Evolution and Origins, edited by A. H. Delsemme, pp. 229-241, University of Toledo, Toledo.

Matson, D. L., T. V. Johnson, and G. J. Veeder (1977), Soil maturity and planetary regoliths: The Moon, Mercury, and the asteroids, paper presented in 8th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1977, 1001-1011.

McCord, T. B., R. L. Huguenin, and G. L. Johnson (1977), Photometric imaging of Mars during 1973 opposition, Icarus, 31 (3), 293-314.

McCord, T. B., R. L. Huguenin, D. Mink, and C. M. Pieters (1977), Spectral reflectance of Martian areas during 1973 opposition - Photoelectric filter photometry 0.33-1.10 microns, Icarus, 31 (1), 25-39.

McFadden, L. A., T. B. McCord, and C. M. Pieters (1977), Vesta - 1st pyroxene band from new spectroscopic measurements, Icarus, 31 (4), 439-446.

Pieters, C. M., J. B. Adams, R. Bryan, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, and S. Zisk (1977), Geology and geochemistry of the Flamsteed region of Oceanus Procellarum: A preliminary report based on remote sensing and lunar samples information, paper presented at 8th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 14-18, 1977, #1265, 1773-1775.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, and O. L. Hansen (1977), Photometry of the asteroid 1876 AA at 0.56 and 2.2 microns, Icarus, 31, 424-426.

Adams, J. B., M. P. Charette, and T. B. McCord (1976), The search for Imbrium ejecta using remote spectral reflectance measurements, Interdisciplinary Studies by the Imbrium Consortium, II, 79-90.

Charette, M. P., J. B. Adams, L. A. Soderblom, M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1976), Age-color relationships in the lunar highlands, paper presented in 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Houston. TX, March 15-19, 1976, 2579-2592.

Charette, M. P., J. B. Adams, L. A. Soderblom, M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1976), Age--color relationships in the lunar highlands, paper presented at 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, #1045.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1976), Asteroids: A source of natural resources for terrestrial and extraterrestrial applications, paper presented in 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, 143-157.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1976), Asteroids surface materials, paper presented at 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, #1094, 1275-1277.

Head III, J. W., C. M. Pieters, T. B. McCord, J. B. Adams, and S. Zisk (1976), Definition and detailed characterization of lunar surface units using remote observation, paper presented at 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, #1120, 1357-1359.

Matson, D. L., F. P. Fanale, T. V. Johnson, and G. J. Veeder (1976), Asteroids and comparative planetology, paper presented in 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Houston. TX, March 15-19, 1976, 3603-3627.

McCord, T. B. (1976), Multispectral mapping of solar-system objects, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 14 (3), 135-140, DOI: 10.1109/TGE.1976.294445.

McCord, T. B. (1976), The George R. Wallace, Jr.  Astrophysical Observatory, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1976, 267-268.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, and R. Huguenin (1976), Multiband photometry in the visible and near-infrared, Report SP-417, 52-55, NASA.

McCord, T. B., C. M. Pieters, and M. A. Feierberg (1976), Multispectral mapping of lunar-surface using ground-based telescopes, Icarus, 29 (1), 1-34.

McCord, T. B., C. M. Pieters, and M. F. Feierberg (1976), Spectral reflectance maps of the lunar frontside, paper presented at 7th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, #1175, 1512-1514.

McCord, T. B., and F. Vilas (1976), Spectral reflectance measurements (0.33-1.06 microns) 1974/1975, Icarus, 28, 593-599.

Pieters, C. M., M. J. Gaffey, C. R. Chapman, and T. B. McCord (1976), Spectrophotometry (0.33 to 1.07 microns) of 433-Eros and compositional Implications, Icarus, 28 (1), 105-115.

Pieters, C. M., and T. B. McCord (1976), Mare Basalt Types Returned by Luna 24, EOS Trans. AGU, 57 (12), 947-947.

Pieters, C. M., and T. B. McCord (1976), Characterization of lunar mare basalt types: I. A remote sensing study using reflection spectroscopy of surface soils, paper presented in 7th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon Press, Houston, TX, March 15-19, 1976, 2677-2690.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1976), Regional basalt types in Luna 24 landing area as derived from remote observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 3 (11), 697-700.

Veeder, G. J., D. L. Matson, J. T. Bergstralh, and T. V. Johnson (1976), Photometry of 433 Eros from 0.65 to 2.2 microns, Icarus, 28 (1), 79-85, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(76)90088-9.

Vilas, F., and T. B. McCord (1976), Mercury - Spectral Reflectance Measurements (0.33-1.06 microns) 1974/1975, Icarus, 28 (4), 593-599, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(76)90132-9.

Charette, M. P., J. B. Adams, M. J. Gaffey, and T. B. McCord (1975), Determination of iron content of lunar soils using remote spectral reflectance measurements, EOS Trans. AGU, 56 (12), 1013-1013.

Huguenin, M., and T. B. McCord (1975), Telescope automation, paper presented in Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, Apr 29 - May 1, 1975,

Johnson, T. V., D. L. Matson, G. J. Veeder, and S. J. Loer (1975), Asteroids: Infrared photometry at 1.25, 1.65, and 2.2 microns, Astrophysics Journal, 197, 527-531, DOI: 10.1086/153539.

Johnson, T. V., G. J. Veeder, and D. L. Matson (1975), Evidence for frost on Rhea's surface, Icarus, 24 (4), 428-432, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(75)90060-3.

McCord, T. B. (1975), Operators' Manual--24-inch telescope computer control system, Wallace Observatory, paper presented in Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, Apr 29 - May 1, 1975, 235-239.

McCord, T. B., and J. Bosel (1975), Potential usefulness of CCD imagers in astronomy, paper presented at Symposium on Charge-Coupled Device Technology, 1975, 65-69.

McCord, T. B., J. Bosel, and M. J. Frankston (1975), Performance of the MIT silicon vidicon imaging system at the telescope, in International Conference on Image Processing Techniques in Astronomy, edited, pp. 91-96, Utrecht.

McCord, T. B., and C. R. Chapman (1975), Asteroids - Spectral reflectance and color characteristics .2, Astrophysical Journal, 197 (3), 781-790, DOI: 10.1086/153565.

McCord, T. B., and C. R. Chapman (1975), Asteroids - Spectral reflectance and color characteristics, Astrophysical Journal, 195 (2), 553-562, DOI: 10.1086/153355.

McCord, T. B., and M. J. Frankston (1975), Silicon diode array vidicons at the telescope - Observational experience, Applied Optics, 14 (6), 1437-1446, DOI: 10.1364/AO.14.001437.

McCord, T. B., P. Kinnucan, and G. Fawcett (1975), Image processing systems developed at MIT to handle silicon vidicon images and spectra of astronomical objects, paper presented in International Conference on Image Processing Techniques in Astronomy, Utrecht, 1975, 329-334.

McCord, T. B., S. H. Paavola, and G. Snellen (1975), The MIT automated optical telescope, paper presented in Proceedings International Conference on Telescope Automation, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, Apr 29 - May 1, 1975, 108-123.

Pieters, C. M., J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, J. B. Adams, and S. Zisk (1975), Geochemical and geological units of Mare Humorum: Definition using remote sensing and lunar sample information, paper presented at 6th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 17-21, 1975, #1209, 1637-1639.

Pieters, C. M., and T. B. McCord (1975), Classification and distribution of lunar mare basalt types, paper presented in Proceedings of the Conference on Origins of Mare Basalts and Their Implications for Lunar Evolution, Lunar Science Institute, Houston, TX, November 17-17, 1975, 125-129.

Adams, J. B., C. M. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1974), Orange glass: Evidence for regional deposits of pyroclastic origin on the moon, paper presented in 5th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, March 18-22, 1974, 171-176.

Charette, M. P., T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, and J. B. Adams (1974), Application of remote spectral reflectance measurements to lunar geology classification and determination of titanium content of lunar soils, J. Geophys. Res., 79 (11), 1605-1613, DOI: 10.1029/JB079i011p01605.

Huguenin, R. L., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1974), Mars - Origin of High Albedo Materials, EOS Trans. AGU, 55 (4), 342-342.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1974), Spectral reflectance of 72275 from Boulder 1, Station 2, Apollo 17., in Consortium Indomitable, edited, pp. 157-160.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1974), The use of groundbased telescopes in determining the composition of the surfaces of solar system objects, paper presented at Cosmochemistry of the Moon and Planets, Proc. Soviet-American Conference, 1974, 1-64.

McCord, T. B., and M. J. Gaffey (1974), Asteroids - Surface composition from reflection spectroscopy, Science, 186 (4161), 352-355, DOI: 10.1126/science.186.4161.352.

McCord, T. B., and M. J. Gaffey (1974), Composition of asteroid surfaces, EOS Trans. AGU, 55 (4), 337-337.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1974), Evidence for regional occurrence of orange glass and related soils, paper presented at 5th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 18-22, 1974, #1223, 1605-1607.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, M. P. Charette, and J. B. Adams (1974), Lunar-Surface - Identification of dark mantling material in Apollo 17 soil samples, Science, 183 (4130), 1191-1194.

Veeder, G. J. (1974), Luminosities and temperatures of M dwarf stars from infrared photometry, Astronomical Journal, 79, 1056-1072, DOI: 10.1086/111653.

Veeder, G. J. (1974), The local mass density, Astrophysics Letters Journal, 191, L57-L58, DOI: 10.1086/181547.

Veeder, G. J. (1974), Old disk flare stars, Astronomical Journal, 79, 702-704, DOI: 10.1086/111600.

Adams, J. B., P. M. Bell, J. E. Conel, H. K. Mao, T. B. McCord, and D. B. Nash (1973), Visible and near-infrared transmission and reflectance measurements of Luna-20 soil, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 37 (4), 731-743.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1973), Vitrification darkening in the lunar highlands and identification of Descartes material at the Apollo 16 site, paper presented in 4th Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, March 5-8, 1973, 163-177.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1973), Apollo 16: Further evidence for vitrification darkening of lunar soils, paper presented at 4th Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, March 5-8, 1973, #1003, 1007-1008.

Chapman, C. R., T. B. McCord, and T. V. Johnson (1973), Asteroid spectral reflectivities, Astronomical Journal, 78 (1), 126-140, DOI: 10.1086/111388.

Chapman, C. R., T. B. McCord, and C. M. Pieters (1973), Minor planets and related objects. X. Spectrophotometric study of composition of (1685) Toro, Astronomical Journal, 78 (6), 502-505.

Charette, M. P., T. B. McCord, C. M. Pieters, and J. B. Adams (1973), Use of Charge-Transfer Bands for Lunar Geologic Mapping, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (4), 360-360.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1973), Asteroid Surface Materials, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (11), 1124-1125.

Gaffey, M. J., and T. B. McCord (1973), Spectral Reflectivity of Meteorites - Can Classes Be Distinguished, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (4), 351-351.

Huguenin, R., T. B. McCord, and J. B. Adams (1973), Mechanism for Formation of Goethite and Limonite on Mars, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (4), 347-347.

Johnson, T. V., C. M. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1973), Mare-Humorum - Integrated study of spectral reflectivity, Icarus, 19 (2), 224-229, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(73)90125-5.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1973), Progress in remote optical analysis of lunar surface composition, The Moon, 7 (3-4), 453-474.

McCord, T. B., and C. R. Chapman (1973), Spectral reflectivities of 36 more asteroids, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (11), 1124-1124.

McCord, T. B., C. M. Pieters, M. P. Charette, and J. B. Adams (1973), Distribution of Pyroxene Composition and Titanium Content across Lunar Front Side, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (4), 354-354.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, S. H. Zisk, and J. B. Adams (1973), Lunar black spots and nature of Apollo-17 landing area, Journal of Geophysical Research, 78 (26), 5867-5875, DOI: 10.1029/JB078i026p05867.

Pieters, C. M., T. B. McCord, S. H. Zisk, and J. B. Adams (1973), Dark Mantling Material of Apollo-17 - Its Nature and Aerial Extent as Seen by Earth Based Instruments, EOS Trans. AGU, 54 (4), 349-349.

Pilcher, C. B., R. G. Prinn, and T. B. McCord (1973), Spectroscopy of Jupiter - 3200 to 11,200-A, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 30 (2), 302-307, DOI: 10.1175/1520-0469(1973)030<0302:SOJT>2.0.CO;2.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1972), Electronic spectra of pyroxenes and interpretation of telescopic spectral reflectivity curves of the Moon, paper presented in 3rd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, January 10-13, 1972, 3021-3034.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1972), Optical evidence for regional cross contamination of highland and mare soils, paper presented at 3rd Lunar Science Conference, Houston, TX, January 10-13, 1972, 1-3.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1972), Optical evidence for average pyroxene composition of Apollo 15 samples, in The Apollo Fifteen Lunar Samples, edited, pp. 10 - 13.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1972), Lunar Samples: Progress in Interpreting Telescopic Spectral Reflectivity Measrements, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1972, 370.

Chapman, R. C., and T. B. McCord (1972), Asteroid Surface Compositions, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 369.

Charette, M. P., T. B. McCord, T. V. Johnson, C. M. Pieters, and L. A. Lebofsky (1972), Spectrophotometry (0.3 to 1.1 microns) of visited and proposed Apollo lunar landing sites, The Moon, 5, 52-89.

Charette, M. P., T. B. McCord, and C. M. Pieters (1972), Lunar geology classification, EOS Trans. AGU, 53 (11), 1037-&.

Gaffey, M., L. Lebofsky, and T. B. McCord (1972), Evidence from Mariner '69 Pictures Concerning Eolian Processes as a Crater Degradation Mechanism on Martian Surface, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 373.

Huguenin, R. L., and T. B. McCord (1972), Why Mars is Red, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 371.

McCord, T. B. (1972), Wallace Observatory, MIT, Observatrory Report, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, January, 1972, 187-188.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1972), Mercury - Interpretation of optical observations, Icarus, 17 (3), 585-588, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(72)90024-3.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1972), Mercury - Surface composition from reflection spectrum, Science, 178 (4062), 745-747, DOI: 10.1126/science.178.4062.745.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1972), Asteroid spectral reflectivity - Measurement and basis for interpretation, EOS Trans. AGU, 53 (4), 434-&.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1972), Mercury: Surface Composition From the Reflection Spectrum, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 370.

McCord, T. B., J. B. Adams, and C. M. Pieters (1972), Lunar Spectral Types Explained, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 370.

McCord, T. B., and J. Bosel (1972), Silicon vidicon astronomy at MIT, paper presented at Conference on Astronomical Observations with Television Type Sensors, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 1972, 137-161.

McCord, T. B., M. P. Charette, T. V. Johnson, L. A. Lebofsky, C. M. Pieters, and J. B. Adams (1972), Lunar spectral types, J. Geophys. Res., 77 (8), 1349-1359, DOI: 10.1029/JB077i008p01349.

McCord, T. B., G. Snellen, and S. Paavola (1972), The MIT automated astrophysical observatory, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 84, 133.

McCord, T. B., G. Snellen, and S. Paavola (1972), Computer controlled telescope and data system. Instrumentation in Astronomy, Proc. SPIE, 28, 283-286.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1972), Methane distribution on Jupiter, EOS Trans. AGU, 53 (11), 1037-&.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1972), Two-dimensional silicon vidicon astronomical photometer, Applied Optics, 11 (3), 522-526, DOI: 10.1364/AO.11.000522.

McCord, T. B., J. A. Westphal, and J. Kunin (1972), Two Dimensional Digital Vidicon Photometry of the Planets, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 362.

Pilcher, C. B., R. G. Prinn, and T. B. McCord (1972), Spectroscopy of Jupiter: 3200 to 11200, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1972, 361.

Pilcher, C. B., S. T. Ridgway, and T. B. McCord (1972), Galilean Satellites - Identification of water frost, Science, 178 (4065), 1087-1089, DOI: 10.1126/science.178.4065.1087.

Westphal, J. A., and T. B. McCord (1972), A silicon vidicon photometer, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 84, 133.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Alteration of lunar optical properties - Age and composition effects, Science, 171 (3971), 567-571, DOI: 10.1126/science.171.3971.567.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Spectral reflectivity: Optical properties of mineral separates, glass and anorthositic fragments from Apollo Mare samples, paper presented in 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, January 11-14, 1971, 2183-2195.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Optical Properties of mineral separates, glass, and anorthositic fragments from Apollo mare samples, paper presented in 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, Jaunuary 11-14, 1971, 2183-2195.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Lunar optical properties: Age and composition effects, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, March, 1971, 280.

Chapman, C. R., T. V. Johnson, J. S. Kunin, and T. B. McCord (1971), Spectral reflectivity studies of 12 asteroids (0.3 to 1.1), paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1971, 279.

Chapman, C. R., T. B. McCord, and T. V. Johnson (1971), A review of spectrophotometric studies of asteroids, in Physical Studies of Minor Planets, edited, pp. 51-65, NASA SP-267.

Goetz, A. F. H., F. C. Billingsley, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, and E. Yost (1971), Apollo 12 Lunar Orbital multispectral photography experiment, paper presented in 2nd Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Houston, TX, January 11-14, 1971, #1015, 2301-2310.

Goetz, A. F. H., F. C. Billingsley, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, and E. Yost (1971), Apollo 12 Lunar Orbital Multispectral Photography Experiment, paper presented in Abstracts of the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Lunar and Planetary Science Institute, January, 1971, 20 - 21.

Huguenin, R. L., and T. B. McCord (1971), Surfaces of solar-system bodies, EOS Trans. AGU, 52 (7), 471-483.

Johnson, T. V., L. A. Lebofsky, and T. B. McCord (1971), Comet Bennett 1969 I - Narrow-band filter photometry 0.3 to 1.1 Microns, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 83 (491), 93-94.

Johnson, T. V., and T. B. McCord (1971), Spectral geometric albedo of Galilean Satellites, 0.3 to 2.5 microns, Astrophysical Journal, 169 (3), 589-594, DOI: 10.1086/151177.

Johnson, T. V., and T. B. McCord (1971), Spectral geometric albedo of the Galilean satellites - 0.3 to 2.5, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, March, 1971, 279.

Johnson, T. V., C. M. Pieters, and T. B. McCord (1971), Mare Humorum - Study of spectral reflectivity, EOS Trans. AGU, 52 (11), 856-&.

McCord, T. B., M. Charlotte, and T. V. Johnson (1971), Lunar spectral types, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, March, 1971, 280.

McCord, T. B., J. H. Elias, and J. A. Westphal (1971), Mars - Spectral albedo (0.3-2.5μm) of small bright and dark regions, Icarus, 14 (2), 245-251.

McCord, T. B., T. V. Johnson, and J. H. Elias (1971), Saturn and its satellites - Narrow-band spectrophotometry (0.3-1.1 μm), Astrophysical Journal, 165 (2), 413-424, DOI: 10.1086/150907.

McCord, T. B., T. V. Johnson, and J. H. Elias (1971), Saturn's Satellites: Narrowband spectral photometry (0.3 - 1.1), paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, March, 1971, 280.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1971), Mars - Narrow-band photometry, from 0.3 to 2.5 Microns, of surface regions during 1969 apparition, Astrophysical Journal, 168 (1), 141-153.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1971), Two-Dimensional Digital Vidicon Photometry of Mars, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, September, 1971, 446.

Pilcher, C. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Narrowband photometry of bands of Jupiter, EOS Trans. AGU, 52 (6), 480-&.

Pilcher, C. B., and T. B. McCord (1971), Narrow-band photometry of bands of Jupiter, Astrophysical Journal, 165 (1), 195-201.

Westphal, J. A., and T. B. McCord (1971), An application of the silicon vidicon to astronomical photometry, in Astronomical Use of Television-Type Image Sensors, edited by NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, pp. 107-108.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1970), Remote sensing of lunar surface mineralogy: Implications from visible and near-infrared reflectivity of Apollo 11 samples, paper presented in Apollo 11 Lunar Science Conference Proceedings, Pergamon, 1970, 1937-1945.

Goetz, A. F. H., F. C. Billingsley, E. Yost, and T. B. McCord (1970), Apollo 12 multispectral photography experiment, in Apollo 12 Preliminary Science Report, edited by NASA Manned Spacecraft Center, pp. 103-112.

Johnson, T. V., and T. B. McCord (1970), Galilean Satellites - Spectral reflectivity 0.30-1.10 micron, Icarus, 13 (1), 37-42.

Lebofsky, L. A., T. V. Johnson, and T. B. McCord (1970), Saturn's Rings - Spectral reflectivity and compositional implications, Icarus, 13 (2), 226-230, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(70)90053-9.

Lebofsky, L. A., and T. B. McCord (1970), Nature and composition of Saturn's rings, EOS Trans. AGU, 51 (4), 339-&.

Masursky, H., R. Batson, W. Borgeson, M. Carr, J. McCauley, D. Milton, R. Wildey, D. Wilhelms, B. Murray, N. Horowitz, R. Leighton, R. Sharp, W. Thompson, G. Briggs, Chandeys.P, E. Shipley, C. Sagan, J. Pollack, Lederber.J, Levintha.E, W. Hartmann, T. B. McCord, B. Smith, M. Davies, Vaucoule.Gd, and C. Leovy (1970), Television Experiment for Mariner Mars-1971, Icarus, 12 (1), 10-45, DOI: 10.1016/0019-1035(70)90029-1.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1970), Lunar spectral reflectivity (0.30 to 2.50 microns) and implications for remote mineralogical analysis, Science, 169 (3948), 855-858, DOI: 10.1126/science.169.3948.855.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1970), Spectral reflectivity of Martian surface, EOS Trans. AGU, 51 (4), 343-&.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1970), Ground-based reflection spectroscopy of lunar surface regions and comparison with results from Apollo 11 samples, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, January, 1970, 237.

McCord, T. B., T. V. Johnson, and J. B. Adams (1970), Asteroid Vesta - Spectral reflectivity and compositional implications, Science, 168 (3938), 1445-1447, DOI: 10.1126/science.168.3938.1445.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1970), Spectral reflectivity of lunar surface, EOS Trans. AGU, 51 (4), 338-&.

McCord, T. B., and J. A. Westphal (1970), A colometric study of Mars during the 1969 apparition, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, January, 1970, 237.

Pilcher, C. B., and T. B. McCord (1970), Narrowband photometry of bands of Jupiter, EOS Trans. AGU, 51 (11), 771-&.

Veeder, G. J., and H. Zirin (1970), The chromospheric magnetograph, Solar Physics, 12 (3), 291-402, DOI: 10.1007/BF00148022.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1969), Mars - Interpretation of spectral reflectivity of light and dark regions, Journal of Geophysical Research, 74 (20), 4851-4856, DOI: 10.1029/JB074i020p04851.

Adams, J. B., and T. B. McCord (1969), Interpretation of new spectral reflectivity measurements of light and dark areas on Mars, Transactions-American Geophysical Union, 50 (4), 231-&.

McCord, T. B. (1969), Color differences on the lunar surface, Journal of Geophysical Research, 74 (12), 3131-3142, DOI: 10.1029/JB074i012p03131.

McCord, T. B. (1969), Comparison of reflectivity and color of bright and dark regions on the surface of Mars, Astrophysical Journal, 156 (1P1), 79-86.

McCord, T. B. (1969), Time dependence of lunar differential color, Astronomical Journal, 74 (2), 273-278, DOI: 10.1086/110806.

McCord, T. B. (1969), The spectral reflectivity of dark and light areas on the surface of Mars, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, March, 1969, 216-217.

McCord, T. B., and J. B. Adams (1969), Spectral reflectivity of Mars, Science, 163 (3871), 1058-1060, DOI: 10.1126/science.163.3871.1058.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1969), Relative spectral reflectivity 0.4-1/μ of selected areas of the lunar surface, J. Geophys. Res., 74 (17), 4395-4401, DOI: 10.1029/JB074i017p04395.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1969), Spectral reflectivity of selected regions of the lunar surface, Transactions-American Geophysical Union, 50 (4), 216-&.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1969), Narrowband colorimetry of satellites and asteroids, Transactions-American Geophysical Union, 50 (4), 232-&.

McCord, T. B., and T. V. Johnson (1969), Narrow-Band Colorimetry of Some of the Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn, paper presented in Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, June, 1969, 252.

McCord, T. B., T. V. Johnson, and H. H. Kieffer (1969), Differences between proposed Apollo sites 2. Visible and infrared reflectivity evidence, J. Geophys. Res., 74 (17), 4385-4388, DOI: 10.1029/JB074i017p04385.

Murray, B. C., A. F. H. Goetz, H. H. Kieffer, and T. B. McCord (1969), Differences between proposed Apollo sites 1. Synthesis, J. Geophys. Res., 74 (17), 4382-4384, DOI: 10.1029/JB074i017p04382.

Murray, B. C., A. F. H. Goetz, T. B. McCord, and H. H. Kieffer (1969), Compositional differences between prime Apollo sites suggested by visible and Ir evidence, Transactions-American Geophysical Union, 50 (4), 216-&.

Murray, B. C., A. F. Z. Goetz, T. B. McCord, and H. H. Kieffer (1969), Compositional differences between the prime Apollo sites suggested by visible and IR evidence.

Goody, R., and T. B. McCord (1968), Continued search for Venus airglow, Planetary and Space Science, 16 (3), 343-&.

McCord, T. B. (1968), Differential colorimetry of Mars, Astronomical Journal, 73 (5, Pt. II), S86-S109.

McCord, T. B. (1968), An observational study of lunar differential color, Transactions-American Geophysical Union, 49 (1), 224-&.

McCord, T. B. (1968), A double beam astronomical photometer, Applied Optics, 7 (3), 475-478, DOI: 10.1364/AO.7.000475.

McCord, T. B. (1968), Loss of retrograde satellites in the solar system, J. Geophys. Res., 73 (4), 1497-1500, DOI: 10.1029/JB073i004p01497.

McCord, T. B. (1968), Color differences on the lunar surface, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena.

McCord, T. B. (1967), Observational study of lunar visible emission, Journal of Geophysical Research, 72 (8), 2087-2097, DOI: 10.1029/JZ072i008p02087.

McCord, T. B. (1966), Dynamical evolution of the Neptunian system, Astronomical Journal, 71 (7), 585-590, DOI: 10.1086/109967.