How to Access the Downloadable Files

Downloadable files are provided for each session that includes abstracts. These files are different from the files available through the link "Browse Program and Abstracts" in that they contain the full program listing for a particular session, as well as all the files for the abstracts being presented in that session. These files will provide an easy way for participants to download and print out all the abstracts for a session.

Remember that the titles in the program listings of these files are NOT linked to the individual abstracts as they are in the "Browse Program and Abstracts" version. These files are available via the LPI's anonymous FTP site. Instructions for accessing the site are provided below. The file names are shown to the right of each session (e.g., "full01.pdf"). If you have any questions regarding these files, please contact Linda Tanner at 281-486-2142 or tanner@lpi.usra.edu.

To access the LPI's FTP site, ftp to

    www.lpi.usra.edu

    User Name:  anonymous
    Password:  your e-mail address

Change the directory to

    /pub/outgoing/lpsc2004/

and then retrieve the file(s) you are interested in (see listing below).

Note:  The files should be downloaded in BINARY mode.

If you prefer to download the files using your Web browser, you can click on the file names, which are linked to the ftp site. A left click will launch the Acrobat Reader and pull up the file via your browser (this may take some time, depending on the size of the file), and you can then save the file on your machine for later viewing. A right click will give you the option to save the file on your machine without launching the Reader (this will be much faster). (A right click on the Mac is accomplished by holding down the command key and then clicking.)


Sunday Evening, 5:00 p.m.
 LPI Library Education Programs Demonstrations    full01.pdf
Monday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
 Salon A Icy Worlds:  Moving and Grooving    full02.pdf
 Salon B Mars Polar Science and Exploration    full03.pdf
 Salon C Origin of Planetary Systems    full04.pdf
 Marina Plaza BlrmSPECIAL SESSION:  Oxygen in the Solar System I    full05.pdf
Monday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
 Salon B PLENARY SESSION:
   Dwornik Awards and Masursky Lecture    full06.pdf
Monday Afternoon, 2:15 p.m.
 Salon A Stardust Mission    full07.pdf
 Salon B Mars Tectonism and Volcanism    full08.pdf
 Salon C Venus    full09.pdf
 Marina Plaza BlrmSPECIAL SESSION:  Oxygen in the Solar System II    full10.pdf
Tuesday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
 Salon A Lunar Remote Sensing:  Seeing the Big Picture    full11.pdf
 Salon B Ancient Mars Water and Landforms    full12.pdf
 Salon C Asteroids, Meteors, and Comets    full13.pdf
 Marina Plaza BlrmMartian Meteorites:  Hot and Steamy    full14.pdf
Tuesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
 Salon A Io, with a Dash of Titan    full15.pdf
 Salon B SPECIAL SESSION:  Mars Mission    full16.pdf
 Salon C Effects of Impacts:  Shock and Awe    full17.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Chondrules:  The Never-Ending Story    full18.pdf
Tuesday Evening, 7:00–9:30 p.m.
 Fitness Center Poster Session I
Lunar Remote Sensing:  Fire, Ice, and Regolith    full19.pdf
Impact-Related Deposits    full20.pdf
Venus    full21.pdf
Meteorites:  Experiments and Spectroscopy    full22.pdf
Chondrules and CAIs    full23.pdf
Ordinary and Enstatite Chondrites    full24.pdf
Martian Meteorites:  Petrology    full25.pdf
Martian Meteorites:  Chemical Weathering    full26.pdf
Meteorites to and from the Moon and Mars:
   My Planet or Yours?    full27.pdf
Mars:  Hydrology, Drainage, and Valley Systems    full28.pdf
Mars Polar Processes:  Land and Sky    full29.pdf
Mars Volcanology and Tectonics    full30.pdf
Mars All Over:  Geologic Mapping    full31.pdf
Mars Missions    full102.pdf
Mars:  New Methods and Techniques    full32.pdf
Oxygen in the Solar System    full33.pdf
Origin of Planetary Systems    full34.pdf
Asteroids, Meteors, Comets    full35.pdf
Outer Solar System    full36.pdf
Genesis Mission    full37.pdf
Future Missions to the Moon    full38.pdf
Image Processing and Earth Observations    full39.pdf
Human Occupation of Space:
   Radiation, Risk, and Refuse    full40.pdf
Engaging K–12 Educators, Students, and the General Public
   in Space Science Exploration    full41.pdf
Wednesday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
 Salon A Viewing the Lunar Interior Through
   Titanium-Colored Glasses    full42.pdf
 Salon B Mars:  Gullies, Fluids, and Rocks    full43.pdf
 Salon C Impacts:  Observations and Experiments    full44.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Achondrites:  An Awesome Assortment    full45.pdf
Wednesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
 Salon A Lunar Crust as Sampled by Basins and Craters    full46.pdf
 Salon B Mars:  Surface Coatings, Mineralogy, and Surface Properties    full47.pdf
 Salon C Mars Geophysics    full48.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    From Ancient Mists:  Presolar and Nebular Processes    full49.pdf
Thursday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
 Salon A Mars Mineralogy:  Weathered and Dry    full50.pdf
 Salon B SPECIAL SESSION:  Mars Climate Change    full51.pdf
 Salon C Astrobiology:  Analogs and Applications to the Search for Life    full52.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Organics and Alteration in Carbonaceous Chondrites:
   Goop and Crud    full53.pdf
Thursday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
 Salon A Mars:  Radar, Gamma Ray Spectrometer, and Cratering Mineralogy    full54.pdf
 Salon B SPECIAL SESSION:  Mars Climate Change    full55.pdf
 Salon C Terrestrial Planets:  Building Blocks and Differentiation    full56.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Presolar Grains    full57.pdf
Thursday Evening, 7:00–9:30 p.m.
 Fitness Center Poster Session II
Mercury, Top to Bottom    full58.pdf
Terrestrial Planets    full59.pdf
Lunar Sample Analysis    full60.pdf
Lunar Geophysics:  Rockin' and a-Reelin'    full61.pdf
Lunar Rocks from Outer Space    full62.pdf
Antarctic and Spherule Studies    full63.pdf
Isotopes in Meteorites    full64.pdf
Carbonaceous Chondrites    full65.pdf
Achondrite Mishmash    full66.pdf
Mars Climate Change    full67.pdf
Missions and Instruments:  Hopes and Hope Fulfilled    full68.pdf
Mars:  Remote Sensing and Terrestrial Analogs    full69.pdf
Weird Martian Minerals:  Complex Mars Surface Processes    full70.pdf
Mars:  Wind, Dust, Sand, and Debris    full71.pdf
Mars Geophysics    full72.pdf
Mars Impact Cratering    full73.pdf
Impacts:  Modeling and Observations    full74.pdf
Impact Experiments    full75.pdf
Astrobiology    full76.pdf
Early Solar System Chronology    full77.pdf
Dust:  Theory and Experiments    full78.pdf
Big Dust, Little Dust, and Aerogel    full79.pdf
Undergraduate Education and Research Programs, Facilities,
   and Information Access    
    full80.pdf
Friday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
 Salon A Impacts on Mars and Earth    full81.pdf
 Salon B Martian Aeolian and Mass Wasting Processes:
   Blowing and Flowing    full82.pdf
 Salon C Early Solar System Chronology    full83.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Interplanetary Dust and Aerogel    full84.pdf
Friday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
 Salon A Astrobiology Stew:  Pinch of Microbes,
   Smidgen of UV, Touch of Organics, and Dash of Meteorites    full85.pdf
 Salon B The Future of Mars Surface Exploration    full86.pdf
 Marina Plaza Blrm    Concerning Chondrites    full87.pdf
Print-Only Presentations
  Moon and Mercury    full88.pdf
Venus    full89.pdf
Impacts    full90.pdf
Mars    full91.pdf
Meteorites    full92.pdf
Astrobiology    full93.pdf
Asteroids, Meteors, Comets    full94.pdf
Outer Solar System    full95.pdf
Presolar Grains    full96.pdf
Origin of Planetary Systems    full97.pdf
Planetary Formation and Early Evolution    full98.pdf
Exploration and Observations    full100.pdf
Education    full101.pdf


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