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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 "Program with 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 "Program with 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., "full51.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

    ftp.lpi.usra.edu

    User Name:  anonymous
    Password:  your e-mail address

Change the directory to

    /pub/outgoing/lpsc2010/

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 simply 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 printing or viewing. A right click will give you the option to save the file directly to your machine without first having to launch the Reader and open the file. (A right click on the Mac is accomplished by holding down the command key and then clicking.)


Monday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Parent Cloud and Solar Nebula    full101.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Martian Alteration Processes:  In the Laboratory, from Orbit, and In Situ     full102.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Planetary Differentiation Throughout the Solar System    full103.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6 SPECIAL SESSION:  A New Moon:  Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Results    full104.pdf
Monday Afternoon, 2:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Formation of First Solar System Solids    full152.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Experimental Constraints on Martian Alteration Processes    full153.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Venus    full154.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6 SPECIAL SESSION:  Water in the Solar System:  Incorporation into Primitive Bodies and Evolution    full155.pdf
Tuesday Morning, 8:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Radionuclides and Early Solar System Chronology    full201.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Terrestrial Planet Cryospheres:  Ice Tables, Glaciers, and Periglacial Landforms    full202.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Ground Truth Galore:  Terrestrial Impact Craters    full203.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6 SPECIAL SESSION:  A New Moon:  LCROSS, Chandrayaan and Chang’E-1    full204.pdf
Tuesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Ureilitic Asteroids:  Insights from Almahata Sitta    full251.pdf
     followed at 3:15 p.m. by
     Vesta and Dawn     full252.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Mars Polar Processes:  Seasonal Ice and Polar Layered Deposits    full253.pdf
     followed at 3:15 p.m. by
     Planetary Aeolian Processes:  Dunes, Dust, and Devils     full254.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Impact Models, Experiments, and Impact Deposits    full255.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6   SPECIAL SESSION:  Water in the Solar System:  Moon    full256.pdf
  Montgomery Ballroom Mercury After MESSENGER’s Third Flyby    full257.pdf
Tuesday Evening, 6:30–9:30 p.m.
  Town Center Exhibit Area Poster Session I
Parent Cloud and Protoplanetary Disk Processes     full301.pdf
Radionuclides and Early Solar System Chronology     full302.pdf
Isotopes and REEs     full303.pdf
Laboratory Instruments and Samples     full304.pdf
Formation of First Solar System Solids    full305.pdf
Ureilites    full306.pdf
Achondrites    full307.pdf
Iron and Stony Iron Meteorites    full308.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Meteorites    full309.pdf
Planetary Differentiation Throughout the Solar System    full310.pdf
Cosmic-Ray Exposure Dating    full311.pdf
Main Belt:  Sources and Sinks    full312.pdf
Small Body Missions    full313.pdf
Impact Ejecta and Other Deposits    full314.pdf
Impactite Petrology and Ages    full315.pdf
Impact Experiments    full316.pdf
Impacts Modeling    full317.pdf
Impact Craters Remote Sensing and Structural Geology    full318.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Impacts    full319.pdf
Lunar Meteorites    full320.pdf
Lunar Petrology and Geochemistry    full321.pdf
Lunar Origins and Chronology    full322.pdf
A New Moon:  Volatile Species Around the Moon    full323.pdf
A New Moon:  LCROSS    full324.pdf
A New Moon:  Geologic Processes on the Moon    full325.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Moon    full326.pdf
Martian Alteration Processes:  Experimental, Observational, and Theoretical    full327.pdf
Planetary Aeolian Processes:  Dunes, Dust, and Devils    full328.pdf
Martian Polar Processes:  Seasonal Ice and Polar Layered Deposits    full329.pdf
Mars Ice In and Around Craters    full330.pdf
Terrestrial Planet Cryospheres:  Ice Table, Glaciers, and Periglacial Landforms     full331.pdf
Mercury    full332.pdf
Venus     full333.pdf
Material Analogs:  What Planet Did That Come From?    full334.pdf
Spacecraft Instruments     full335.pdf
Mission Plans and Concepts    full336.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Mission Plans and Concepts    full337.pdf
Data and Image Systems:  PDS, GIS, Web Tools, etc.    full338.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Professional Development    full339.pdf
Wednesday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Stardust Mission to Comet Wild 2    full401.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Exploring the Martian Crust:  Geology, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry    full402.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Planetary Dynamics and Tectonics    full403.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6 Nature of the Lunar Regolith    full404.pdf
Wednesday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Origins of Presolar Grains    full451.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Differentiated Meteorites    full452.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Impacts on the Moon, Mars, and Beyond    full453.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6     SPECIAL SESSION:  A New Moon:  Spectral Constraints on Lunar Crustal Composition    full454.pdf
  Montgomery Ballroom Planetary Atmospheres     full455.pdf
Thursday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Solar Wind, Volatile Elements, and Organics    full501.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Mars:  Fluvial Geomorphology and Processes    full502.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Igneous and Volcanic Processes on Terrestrial Bodies in the Solar System    full503.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6    Large Impact Basins on the Moon    full504.pdf
Thursday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Cosmic Dust and Cometary Matter    full551.pdf
     followed at 3:15 p.m. by
     Rocks, Life, and Biosignatures     full552.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 SPECIAL SESSION:  Characterizing Near-Earth Objects    full553.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Several Species of Variously Sized Icy Chunks Gathered Together Around Giant Planets and Evolving Over Time    full554.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6    SPECIAL SESSION:  A New Moon:  Lunar Volcanism and Impact    full555.pdf
Thursday Evening, 6:30–9:30 p.m.
  Town Center Exhibit Area Poster Session II
Ice and Dust    full601.pdf
Stardust Mission to Comet Wild 2    full602.pdf
Cosmic Dust and Cometary Matter    full603.pdf
Origins of Presolar Grains    full604.pdf
Solar Wind, Volatile Elements, and Organics    full605.pdf
Formation of the Building Blocks of Planetary Bodies    full606.pdf
Chondrites    full607.pdf
Thermal and Aqueous Processes on Chondrite Parent Bodies    full608.pdf
Near-Earth Objects    full609.pdf
BOOM! High-Energy Impacts    full610.pdf
Lunar Dust    full611.pdf
Lunar Regolith    full612.pdf
Lunar Radiation    full613.pdf
Lunar Geophysics    full614.pdf
A New Moon:  Spectral Constraints on Lunar Crustal Composition    full615.pdf
Lunar Cartography, Stereogrammetry, and Imaging Systems    full616.pdf
Once and Future Moon:  Missions and Instruments    full617.pdf
Planetary Atmospheres    full618.pdf
Mars Remote Sensing:  Technique Development    full619.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Mars Remote Sensing    full620.pdf
Mars:  Geologic, Geomorphic, and Landing Site Mapping    full621.pdf
Spirit:  Digging Up the Dirt    full622.pdf
Mars:  Fluvial Geomorphology and Processes    full623.pdf
Mars:  Gullies and Slope Streaks    full624.pdf
Exploring the Martian Crust:  Geology, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry    full625.pdf
Mars:  The Sedimentary Rock Record    full626.pdf
Mars Craters:  Impacts, Demagnetization, Counts, and Catalogs    full627.pdf
Martian Meteorites and Igneous Processes    full628.pdf
Environments for Life and Its Preservation, Fossils, and Look-Alikes    full629.pdf
Satellites and Their Planets    full630.pdf
Planetary Dynamics and Tectonics     full631.pdf
Igneous and Volcanic Processes on Terrestrial Bodies in the Solar System     full632.pdf
Environmental Analogs:  What Planet Are You On?     full633.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Environmental Analogs     full634.pdf
Education and Public Outreach:  Miscellaneous     full635.pdf
Friday Morning, 8:30 a.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Thermal and Aqueous Processes on Chondrite Parent Bodies    full701.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Mars:  Deposition and Erosion of the Stratigraphic Record    full702.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Martian Igneous Processes    full703.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6 Interior of the Moon    full704.pdf
Friday Afternoon, 1:30 p.m.
  Waterway Ballroom 1 Formation of the Building Blocks of Planetary Bodies    full751.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 4 Mars:  Timing of Recent and Older Geologic Processes    full752.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 5 Small Body Origin, Evolution, and Composition    full753.pdf
  Waterway Ballroom 6      Petrologic Characterization of the Moon    full754.pdf
Print-Only Presentations
 

Solar and Presolar Dust    full801.pdf
Cosmochemical Origins    full802.pdf
Differentiated Bodies    full803.pdf
Small Bodies    full804.pdf
Satellites and Rings    full805.pdf
Planetary Atmospheres    full806.pdf
Mercury    full807.pdf
Impacts    full808.pdf
Moon    full809.pdf
Planetary Differentiation, Dynamics, and Tectonics    full810.pdf
Mars    full811.pdf
Exobiology    full812.pdf
Environmental and Material Analogs    full813.pdf
Education and Public Outreach    full814.pdf
Data and Image Systemsv    full815.pdf
Spacecraft Concepts    full816.pdf


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