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IAU Colloquium 156 : The Collision of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter
IAU Colloquium 156 Poster Titles

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{\Large\bf Foreword}\\[10pt]

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The collision of comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 (SL9) and Jupiter in July 1994
was one of the most exciting astronomical events in the history of science.
Almost every major observatory, both ground-based and space-borne,
participated in the investigations of the spectacular collisions
and their aftermath. A wealth of data was accumulated during the special
comet-Jupiter campaign that hopefully will lead to a better understanding
of how collisions have shaped, and are continuing to shape, our
solar system.

During 9-12 May 1995 an international meeting was held in Baltimore,
Maryland, USA, in order to review and synthesize the results obtained
from the SL9 campaign. Invited papers were given orally at the meeting
and will be published in a book by Cambridge University Press (CUP).
The latter should be available by early 1996 and can be purchased
directly from CUP. All contributed papers were displayed as posters
at the meeting. The abstracts for the posters are contained in this
``abstract book'', which was compiled prior to the meeting and distributed
to the meeting participants.

The abstracts are arranged in alphabetical order according to the surname
of the first author. The poster displays at the meeting were arranged
in the same way. Some abstracts were submitted too late to be included
in this book but were displayed at the meeting.

Suitably revised versions of many of the poster papers will be submitted
for possible publication in a special issue of the journal {\it Icarus},
which should appear during the first half of 1996.

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--Hal Weaver (Editor)
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{\Large\bf Table of Contents for Poster Session}\\[10pt]

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{\bf Evolution of the SL9 Impact Sites and Numerical Experiments\\
with a Two-Layer Rigid-Lid Model}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Tadashi Asada, Isao Miyazaki, \& Tokuhide Akabane \dotfill 1\\
\end{it}

{\bf IR-Images of Calar Alto: Investigation of the temporal\\
development of the SL9 impact sites on Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind Johannes Babion,  
Hermann Boehnhardt, \& Fionn Murtagh \dotfill 2\\
\ei

{\bf Dynamical Evolution of Comet P/Shoemaker--Levy 9}\\ 
\bi
\ind M.E. Bailey, V.V. Emel'yanenko, \& J.V. Scotti \dotfill 3\\
\ei

{\bf Far-ultraviolet emissions from the impact sites of comet 
\mbox{P/Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
with Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind G.E. Ballester, W.M. Harris, G.R. Gladstone, J.T. Clarke,
R. Prange, C. Emerich,\\
\ind A.  Talavera, S.A. Budzien,
P.D. Feldman, M.R. Combi, T.A. Livengood,\\
\ind M.B. Vincent,
M.A. McGrath, D.T. Hall, D.F. Strobel, J.M. Ajello,\\
\ind L. ben Jaffel,
D. Rego, G.F. Fireman, K.L. Jessup,
L. Woodney,\\
\ind S. Miller, \& X. Liu \dotfill 4\\
\ei

{\bf Two micron spectro-photometry of Jovian aerosol clouds -- scattering 
opacities,\\
vertical distributions and wind velocities}\\
\bi
\ind D. Banfield, P. Gierasch, S. Squyres, P. Nicholson\\
\ind B. Conrath, \& K. Matthews \dotfill 5\\
\ei

{\bf On the Orbital Evolution and Origin of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind L.A.M. Benner \& William B. McKinnon \dotfill 6\\
\ei

{\bf Mid--IR High--resolution Spectroscopy of the SL9 Impact Sites:
Temperature\\
and HCN Retrievals}\\
\begin{it}
\ind B.\ B\'ezard, C.A.\ Griffith, D.\ Kelly, J.\ Lacy,\\
\ind T.\ Greathouse, \& G.\ Orton \dotfill 7\\
\end{it}

{\bf Detection of Water in the ``Splash'' of Fragments G and K of\\
Comet \mbox{Shoemaker-Levy 9}}\\
\bi
\ind G. L. Bjoraker, T. Herter, G. Gull, S. Stolovy, 
\& B. Pirger \dotfill 8\\
\ei

{\bf Effelsberg Observations of Jupiter's Radio Brightness Variations\\
Induced by Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind M.K. Bird, O. Funke, J. Neidh\"ofe, \& I. de Pater \dotfill 9\\
\ei

{\bf{Europe and Io photometry during SL9 fragments impacts}\\
\bi
\ind C. Blanco, G. Leto, \& D. Riccioli \dotfill 10\\
\ei

{\bf Radiation study of two very bright terrestrial bolides}\\
\begin{it}
\ind J. Borovi\v cka \& P. Spurn\'y \dotfill 11\\
\end{it}

{\bf Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 Impact Sites\\
with UKIRT: CO Emission from the L Site}\\
\bi
\ind T.Y. Brooke, G.S. Orton, D. Crisp, A.J. Friedson, 
\& G. Bjoraker \dotfill 12\\
\ei

{\bf Limits on Polar Ionospheric Changes during the SL9 Impacts}\\
\bi
\ind Michael E. Brown \dotfill 13\\
\ei

{\bf Global Imaging Campaign of Shoemaker-Levy 9 Impact Phenomena}\\
\bi
\ind M. W. Buie, L. H. Wasserman, R. L. Millis,
W. B. Hubbard,
H. L. Reitsema,\\
\ind F. Roques,
A. Peyrot, M. Vignand,
E. Dunham, C. Ford,\\
\ind H. Hammel, J. Faust,
K. Meech, B. Patten,\\
\ind J. Bell III, D. Toublanc, 
\& R. Thompson \dotfill 14\\
\ei

{\bf Galileo Infrared Observations of the Shoemaker-Levy 9\\
G and R Fireballs and Splash}\\
\bi
\ind R.W. Carlson, P.R. Weissman, J. Hui, M. Segura, W.D. Smythe,\\
\ind K.H. Baines, T.V. Johnson,
P. Drossart, T. Encrenaz\\
\ind F. Leader and R. Mehlman \dotfill 15\\
\ei

{\bf Absolute Reflectivity Spectra of Jupiter: 0.255 - 4.0 microns}\\
\bi
\ind N. J. Chanover, R. Beebe, \& A. Simon \dotfill  16\\
\ei

{\bf Galileo Direct Imaging of Impacts K, N, and W}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Clark R. Chapman, William J. Merline
Kenneth Klaasen, Torrence Johnson,\\
\ind Catherine Heffernan,
Michael J. S. Belton, Andrew Ingersoll,\\
\ind \& The Galileo Imaging Team \dotfill 17\\
\end{it}

{\bf A Search for Small-Sized S-L 9 Impactors using a
          Continuous-Readout CCD}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Clark~R.~Chapman, Carol~Neese, William~J.~Merline, Gail~Schneller,\\
\ind Stuart~J.~Weidenschilling,
Don~R.~Davis, \& Philip Massey \dotfill 18\\
\end{it}

{\bf Peculiarities of Spectral Evolution of SL9 Secondary Nuclei\\
Impact Sites on  Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind K. I. Churyumov, V. P. Tarashchuk, \& V. V. Prokof'eva \dotfill 19\\
\end{it}

{\bf Hubble Space Telescope Far-Ultraviolet Imaging of Jupiter\\ 
During the Impacts of Comet Shoemaker-Levy~9}\\
\bi
\ind John T. Clarke, Renee Prange, Gilda Ballester, John Trauger,\\
\ind Robin Evans, Karl Stapelfeldt, \& Wing Ip \dotfill 20\\
\ei

{\bf An Update on Imaging Observations from McDonald Observatory}\\
\bi
\ind A.~L.~Cochran, B.~J.~Armosky, C.~E.~Pulliam, 
B.~E.~Clark, W.~D.~Cochran,\\
\ind M.~Frueh, D.~F.~Lester, L.~Trafton,
Y.~Kim,\\
\ind C.~Na, \& W.~Pryor \dotfill 21\\
\ei

{\bf High Resolution CCD Spectroscopy of the Comet Shoemaker-Levy~9\\
Impact Locations on Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind William D. Cochran, Kevin H. Baines,
Chan Na, \& Wayne Pryor \dotfill 22\\
\end{it}

{\bf Jovian Acoustics and Gravity Waves}\\
\bi
\ind Michael D. Collins, B. Edward McDonald, W. A. Kuperman,\\
\ind \& William L. Siegmann \dotfill 23\\
\ei

{\bf Palomar Mid-infrared Spectroscopic Observations of Comet 
Shoemaker-Levy 9\\
Impact Sites}\\
\bi
\ind B.J. Conrath, P.J. Gierasch, T. Hayward, C. McGhee,\\ 
\ind P.D., Nicholson, \& J. Van Cleve \dotfill 24\\
\ei

{\bf  Near-Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy of the Impacts of 
SL9 Fragments\\
C, D, G, K, N, R, V, and W with Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind D. Crisp and V. Meadows \dotfill 25\\
\ei

\np

{\bf The R-impact: Flashes and Fireballs, What Did We See?}\\
\bi 
\ind Imke de Pater, P. Nicholson, K. Zahnle, J. R. Graham, G. Jernigan,\\
\ind T. Hayward, G. Neugebauer, K. Matthews, A. Weinberger,\\
\ind M. Liu, \& M. Brown \dotfill 26\\ 
\ei

{\bf The Outburst of Jupiter's Synchrotron Radiation Following\\
the Impact of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind Imke de Pater, C. Heiles, M. Wong, F. van der Tak, R. Millan,\\
\ind R.J. Maddalena, M.K. Bird, O. Funke, J. Neidhoefer,\\
\ind R. M. Price, M. Kesteven, M.J. Klein, S.J.  Bolton,\\
\ind R.S. Foster, S. Sukumar, R.G. Strom,\\
\ind R.S. LePoole, \& R.W. Hunstead \dotfill 27\\
\ei

{\bf Flaring-up Splitting of SL9 after Encounter with Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind E.M. Drobyshevski \dotfill 28\\
\end{it}

{\bf Lithium Presence in Impact Plume Favors the Planetary\\ 
Origin of SL9 }\\
\begin{it}
\ind E.M. Drobyshevski \dotfill 29\\
\end{it}

{\bf Changes in Flux and Brightness of Jupiter's Synchrotron Radiation\\
During and After SL-9 Impacts}\\
\bi
\ind George A. Dulk, Yolande Leblanc, \& Richard W. Hunstead \dotfill 30\\
\ei

{\bf Abundances of NH$_{\bf 3}$ and CS$_{\bf 2}$ and Upper 
Limits of H$_{\bf 2}$S,\\
PH$_{\bf 3}$, C$_{\bf 2}$H$_{\bf 2}$, and C$_{\bf 2}$H$_{\bf 6}$
above the SL9/G Impact Site}\\
\bi
\ind S.G. Edgington, S.K. Atreya, L.M. Trafton, J.J. Caldwell\\
\ind K.S. Noll \& H.A. Weaver \dotfill 31\\
\ei

{\bf Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Jupiter at the Time of Comet
\mbox{Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
Impacts: Emissions of CH$_{\bf 4}$, H$_{\bf 3}^{\bf +}$ AND H$_{\bf 2}$}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Th.Encrenaz, P.Drossart, R.Schulz, J.A.Stuewe,\\
\ind G.Wiedemann, \& J.Crovisier \dotfill 32\\
\end{it}

{\bf Infrared Heterodyne Observations of NH$_{\bf 3}$ and 
C$_{\bf 2}$H$_{\bf 6}$ After The Collision\\
of Comet \mbox{P/Shoemaker-Levy 9} With Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind K. E. Fast, T. Kostiuk, F. Espenak, D. Zipoy, D. Buhl,\\
\ind T. A. Livengood, G. Bjoraker, P. Romani, \& J. Goldstein  \dotfill 33\\
\end{it}

\np

{\bf HST Observations of Mg$^{\bf +}$ and Dust in Outburst \\
from Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\begin{it}
\ind P. D. Feldman, H. A. Weaver , D. C. Boice, S. A. Stern,\\ 
\ind \& M. A. McGrath  \dotfill 34\\
\end{it}

{\bf Calibrating groundbased observations of the SL-9 impact clouds\\
with small telescopes using the HST WFPC2 images as ``ground truth''}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Daniel Fischer \& Carlos Hernandez  \dotfill 35\\
\end{it}

{\bf Near-IR Spectral Images from WIRO using the U. of Rochester\\ 
Array of Jupiter during Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Impact Interval}\\ 
\bi
\ind Brendan Fisher, Judith Pipher, William Forrest, Eric Howard\\
\ind Chick Woodward, Bob Howell, \& Bob Gehrz  \dotfill 36\\
\ei

{\bf Optical spectroscopy of atomic emission from the\\
L and Q$_{\bf 1}$ impacts on Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind A. Fitzsimmons, J. E. Little, P.J.Andrews, R.Catchpole,\\
\ind N.Walton, \& I.P.Williams  \dotfill 37\\
\end{it}

{\bf Model Calculations of Aerosol Particle Mean Radius and Number Density\\
Formed in Comet SL-9 Fireballs}\\
\bi
\ind A.J. Friedson, R.A. West, \& K.H. Baines  \dotfill 38\\
\ei

{\bf Long Term Monitoring of Jupiter's Synchrotron Radiation with the\\
Nan\c{c}ay Radiotelescope at the Time of the Collision with\\
Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind Patrick H. M. Galopeau, Eric Gerard, \& Alain Lecacheux  \dotfill 39\\
\ei

{\bf Multi-Filter Optical Observations of SL9 Impact Spots on Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Galen Gisler, Bryan Laubsche, Nancy Chabot,\\
\ind Kirsten Boudreaux, \& Randy Grashuis  \dotfill 40\\
\end{it}

{\bf IRTF Impact Imaging Results}\\
\bi 
\ind J. D. Goguen, A. J. Friedson, G. S. Orton,
\& The IRTF Science Team  \dotfill 41\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Mid-IR Spectroscopy and NH$_{\bf 3}$ and HCN Images of K Impact Site}\\
\bi
\ind C.A. Griffith, B. B\'ezard, D. Kelly, J. Lacy,\\
\ind T. Greathouse, \& G. Orton  \dotfill 42\\
\ei

{\bf Microwave Imaging of Jupiter's Troposphere\\
During Impact with Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy~9}\\
\bi
\ind A.~W. Grossman, S.~M.~White, D.~O.~Muhleman,
\& M.~A.~Gurwell  \dotfill 43\\
\ei

{\bf EUVE Observations During the Comet Shoemaker Levy/9 Impacts}\\
\bi
\ind D. T. Hall \& G. R. Gladstone  \dotfill 44\\
\ei

{\bf An Interpretation of Calar Alto Ground-Based Infrared Lightcurves}\\
\bi
\ind D.P. Hamilton, T.M. Herbst,
H. B\"ohnhardt, J.L. Ortiz,\\
\ind A. Richichi, \& G. Calamai  \dotfill 45\\
\ei

{\bf Observations of the Dynamic Response of Jupiter's Atmosphere to\\
the Impact of Comet Shoe\-maker-Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind J.\ Harrington,
T.\ E.\ Dowling,
C.\ M.\ Santori,
H.\ B.\ Hammel,
J.\ R.\ Mills,\\
\ind A.\ P.\ Ingersoll,
R.\ F.\ Beebe,
G.\ S.\ Orton,\\
\ind P.\ Chodas,
\& D.\ Yeomans  \dotfill 46\\
\ei

{\bf Jeans Instability in Comet Shoemaker--Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind Joseph M. Hahn \& Terrence W. Rettig  \dotfill 47\\
\ei

{\bf Cometary Impact Lightcurves and Optical Depth Variations of\\
  the Impact Plumes}\\
\bi
\ind Hitoshi Hasegawa, Satoru Takeuchi, Takuya Yamashita,\\
\ind Kazu Sekiguchi, \& Jun-ichi Watanabe  \dotfill 48\\
\ei

{\bf Reflectivities of the Cometary Impact Sites}\\
\bi
\ind Hitoshi Hasegawa, Satoru Takeuchi, Takuya Yamashita,\\ 
\ind \& Jun-ichi Watanabe  \dotfill 49\\
\ei

{\bf Near Infrared Spectroscopy and Long-Term Monitoring of the 
SL-9 Impacts}\\
\bi
\ind T. M. Herbst, D. P.Hamilton,
H. B\"ohnhardt,
\& J. L. Ortiz-Moreno  \dotfill 50\\
\ei

\np

{\bf The Collision of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind John J. Hillman, David A. Glenar, William C. Maguire, Gordon Chin,\\
\ind William E.  Blass, \& Miska Le Louarn  \dotfill 51\\
\ei

{\bf The Search for Historical Impact Sites on Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind Thomas Hockey  \dotfill 52\\
\ei

{\bf Direct Observations of the Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9\\ 
Fragment G Impact by Galileo UVS}\\
\bi
\ind C. W. Hord, W. R. Pryor, W. K. Tobiska, A. I. F. Stewart, 
K. E. Simmons,\\
\ind J. J. Gebben, C. A. Barth, W. E. McClintock, 
L. W. Esposito, R. A. West,\\
\ind S. J. Edberg, J. M. Ajello, 
\& K. L. Naviaux  \dotfill 53\\
\ei

{\bf On Particle Acceleration by the Impact-driven Field-aligned 
Current System}\\
\bi
\ind W. H. Ip  \dotfill 54\\
\ei

{\bf On the Ballistic Nature of the Shoemaker-Levy~9\\
Impact Plumes A,E, and G}\\
\bi
\ind Kandis Lea Jessup,
John T. Clarke,
\& Heidi B. Hammel  \dotfill 55\\
\ei

{\bf Comet Capture Statistics}\\
\bi
\ind D. M. Kary \& L. Dones  \dotfill 56\\
\ei

{\bf Infrared Spectroscopy of Jupiter's Atmosphere after the A, D,\\ 
and E Impacts of \mbox{Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9}}\\
\begin{it}
\ind Sang J. Kim, Glenn S. Orton, \& Christophe Dumas  \dotfill 57\\
\end{it}

{\bf Sizes of the Comet SL9 Secondary Nuclei A and Q2 Calculated on the\\
Basis of Physical Parameters of Light Echoes from Europa and Io}\\
\begin{it}
\ind V. V. Kleshchonok \& K. I. Churyumov  \dotfill 58\\
\end{it}

{\bf Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of the R Impact Site of\\
Comet \mbox{Shoemaker-Levy 9}}\\
\bi
\ind R.F. Knacke, S.B. Fajardo-Acosta, T.R. Geballe, 
\& K.S. Noll  \dotfill 59\\
\ei

\np

{\bf CCD Spectroscopy of Jupiter's Crash Latitude\\
in the 4600-10,240 \AA\ Wavelength Region\\}
\bi
\ind P.P.\,Korsun, Yu.V.\,Sizonenko,
S.G.\,Sergeev, \& S.V.\,Berdyugina  \dotfill 60\\
\ei

{\bf Possible 29MHz Precursors Associated with Some
Comet SL9/Jupiter\\
Impacts from Ratan-600 Observations}\\
\bi
\ind A. N. Korzhavin, V. M. Bogod, V. N. Dikij, D. V. Dikij,\\
\ind \& N. P. Komar  \dotfill 61\\
\ei

{\bf  On  the   spatial   distribution   of   fragments   of   Comet 
Shoemaker-Levy near Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  N.Ya.  Kotsarenko,  K.I.Churyumov,  V.N.  Mal'nev,
\&   A.N. Kotsarenko  \dotfill 62\\
\ei

{\bf VLA Observations of the Effects of the Shoemaker-Levy~9 Impact\\
on the Synchrotron Emission from the Jovian Magnetosphere}\\
\bi
\ind A. Kundu, A. W. Grossman, J. C. L. Wang, S.M. White\\
\ind D. O. Muhleman, \& M. A. Gurwell  \dotfill 63\\
\ei

{\bf Ten micron Observations of SL-9 Impacts with CAMIRAS at NOT}\\
\bi
\ind  P.O. Lagage, Ph. Galdemard, R. Jouan, P. Masse, E. Pantin,\\
\ind  M. Sauvage, B. Mosser, G. Olofsson, M. Huldtgren,\\
\ind  J.A. Belmonte, C. Regulo, T. Roca Cortes,\\
\ind  J.M. Rodriguez Espinosa, M. Selby, L. Vidal,\\
\ind  D. Gautier, \& A. Ulla  \dotfill 64\\
\ei

{\bf Reduced Five Micron Light Curve of the Comet SL-9 Jupiter 
R-impact Feature from the Air Force Maui Optical Station}\\
\bi
\ind  J. V. Lambert, V. L. Porte, J. L. Africano, D. L. Nishimoto,\\
\ind  R. A. Nolan, P. Kervin, \& R. Medrano  \dotfill 65\\
\ei

{\bf Jovian Decametric Radio L-bursts Associated with the Impact of\\
Comet SL9 and Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  Xiao-Cong Li \& Xi-Zhen Zhang  \dotfill 66\\
\end{it}

{\bf Three strong Jovian decametric radio bursts from impacts}\\
\bi
\ind  Qi-Bin Li,
Xi-Zhen Zhang,
\& Jin-Lin Han  \dotfill 67\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Temporal Evolution of the SL-9 Impact Features on Jupiter\\ 
from CCD Imaging: A Video Animation}\\
\bi
\ind  Sanjay S. Limaye \&  M. Lindgren  \dotfill 68\\
\ei

{\bf Modeling of UBVRIJK${\bf'}$ Observations of P/Shoemaker-Levy 9:\\
Implications for the Dust Size Distribution, Emission History,\\
and Icy Composition}\\
\bi
\ind  C.M. Lisse, M.F. A'Hearn,  P.A. Esterle, L.A. McFadden,\\
\ind  H.A. Weaver, \& L.M. Woodney  \dotfill 69\\
\ei

{\bf Five-Color Thermal-Infrared Spectrophotometry of\\ 
Selected SL9 Impact Sites}\\
\bi
\ind  T.A.\ Livengood, H.U.\ K\"aufl, T.\ Kostiuk, G.L.\ Bjoraker,\\
\ind  P.N.\ Romani, B.\ Mosser, M.\ Sauvage  \dotfill 70\\
\ei

{\bf Some Results from the Ukrainian Observations of the SL9 Collision\\
with Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  D.F. Lupishko  \dotfill 71\\
\end{it}

{\bf Thermochemical and Kinetic Modeling of the SL9 Impact Debris}\\
\bi
\ind  James R. Lyons  \dotfill 72\\
\ei

{\bf Case Study of Enhancement of HST Images of Pre-crash SL9\\
and Enhancement Related Considerations}\\
\bi
\ind  Stephen L. Mahan, Gordon Chin, William E. Blass,\\
\ind  Larry Senesac, \& James Rasnake  \dotfill 73\\
\ei

{\bf Three- and Five-micron spectroscopy of Jupiter at the
Canada-France-Hawaii\\ 
Telescope during the collision of comet SL-9}\\
\bi
\ind  J.P. Maillard, P. Drossart, B. B\'ezard, C. de Bergh,  E. Lellouch,\\
\ind  A. Marten,  J. Caldwell, J.C. Hilico, \& S.K. Atreya  \dotfill 74\\
\ei

{\bf Status of the IRTF SL/9-R Seismic Wave Search}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  M. Marley, C. Walter, K. Wells, D. Hunten, A. Sprague,\\
\ind  W. Hoffmann, M. Sykes,  A.Dayal, L. Deutsch,\\
\ind  G. Fazio, \& J. Hora  \dotfill 75\\
\end{it}

\np

{\bf Galileo PPR Observations of SL9 Impact Fragments G, H, L, and Q1}\\
\bi
\ind  Terry Z. Martin \&  Glenn S. Orton  \dotfill 76\\
\ei

{\bf Hydrogen Cyanide Polymers from the Collision of\\
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  C. N. Matthews  \dotfill 77\\
\ei

{\bf Modeling of the Ionospheric Effects of Comet D/Shoemaker-Levy 9\\
Impacts with Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  A. N. Maurellis \& T. E. Cravens  \dotfill 78\\
\ei

{\bf Recent Spectroscopic Observations of the Jovian Atmosphere\\
with the Hubble Space Telescope}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  M. A. McGrath, R. V. Yelle, K. S. Noll, \& H. A. Weaver  \dotfill 79\\
\end{it}

{\bf CASPIR Observations from Siding Spring Observatory, Australia}\\
\bi
\ind  Peter J. McGregor  \dotfill 80\\
\ei

{\bf The Vertical Structure of Jupiter's Cloud Layer  Before  and  After\\
the Impact  by  Comet  Shoemaker-Levy  9}\\
\bi
\ind  A. V. Morozhenko, A. S. Ovsak, \& P. P. Korsun  \dotfill 81\\
\ei

{\bf Jovian Photochemistry Following the SL9 Impacts}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  J. I. Moses, M. Allen, \& G. R. Gladstone  \dotfill 82\\
\end{it}

{\bf Dynamic spectroscopy of Europa before the A-impact}\\
\bi
\ind  H. K. Nazarchuk \& L. M. Shulman  \dotfill 83\\
\ei

{\bf Carbon monoxide in Jupiter's stratosphere after the impact of SL9}\\
\bi
\ind  K. S. Noll, D. Gilmore, R. F. Knacke, M. Womack,\\
\ind  S. Fajardo, C. Griffith, \& G. Orton  \dotfill 84\\
\ei

{\bf Jupiter's 21cm Continuum Emission caused by the Collision of\\
Comet \mbox{Shoemaker-Levy 9}}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  C. A. Olano, J.C. Testori, \& F.R. Colomb  \dotfill 85\\
\end{it}

\np

{\bf Cloud perturbations as a result of the SL9 impacts}\\
\bi
\ind  J.L. Ortiz, G. Orton, K. Baines, P. Yanamandra-Fisher,\\
\ind  J. Friedson. T.H. Herbst, D.P. Hamilton,\\
\ind  \& H. B\"onhardt  \dotfill 86\\
\ei

{\bf Spatial Variation and Time Dependence of the Temperature\\
Structure of Impact Sites}\\
\bi
\ind  Glenn Orton, Joseph Spitale, James Friedson, Padma Yanamandra-Fisher,\\
\ind  Kevin Baines, William Hoffmann, Aditya Dayal,\\
\ind  Lynne Deutsch, \& Joseph Hora  \dotfill 87\\
\ei

{\bf HST Faint Object Camera UV Observations of the Shoemaker-Levy 9\\
Impact Sites and of their Temporal Evolution}\\
\bi
\ind  R. Prang\'e, C. Emerich, D. Rego, \& F. Paresce  \dotfill 88\\
\ei

{\bf Magnetic Mapping and Interpretation of Auroral Signatures\\
of Comet SL9 in the Jovian Magnetosphere}\\
\bi
\ind  R. Prang\'e, I. Engle, M. Dunlop, M.K. Dougherty, S. Maurice,\\
\ind  W. H. Ip, J.T. Clarke, \& G.E. Ballester  \dotfill 89\\
\ei

{\bf On the Disappearance of the Dark Band in the Jovian Southern\\
Hemisphere before the SL9 Impacts on the Planet}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  V. V. Prokof'eva, V. P. Tarashchuk, \& K. I. Churyumov  \dotfill 90\\
\end{it}

{\bf Pre-impact Images of Comet \mbox{P/Shoemaker-Levy 9} from Las 
Campanas}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  David L. Rabinowitz  \dotfill 91\\
\end{it}

{\bf Deep Coma Imaging of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 to Characterize\\
Dust Outflow Velocities and Grain Sizes}\\
\bi 
\ind  T. W. Rettig, J. Hahn, G. Sobczak, \& M. J. Mumma  \dotfill 92\\
\ei

{\bf Evolution and Drift of the Visible Impact Scars}\\
\bi
\ind  John Rogers  \dotfill 93\\
\ei

{\bf Normal Patterns of Dark Spots in Jupiter's Atmosphere}\\
\bi
\ind  John Rogers \& Michael Foulkes  \dotfill 94\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Atomic Line Emissions in the Impacts of Comet SL-9 into Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  M. Roos-Serote, A. Barucci, J. Crovisier, P. Drossart,\\
\ind  M. Fulchignoni, L. Lecacheux, \& F. Roques  \dotfill 95\\
\ei

{\bf Disruption of SL9 by Volatiles Released by Tidal Heating}\\
\bi
\ind  T. V. Ruzmaikina  \dotfill 96\\
\ei

{\bf Morphology and Motions of the SL9 Impact\\
Clouds (July 1994-April 1995)}\\
\bi
\ind  A. Sanchez-Lavega, J. Lecacheux, F. Colas, J. M. Gomez,\\ 
\ind  P. Laques, I. Miyazaki, \& D.C. Parker  \dotfill 97\\
\ei

{\bf Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 in Historical Context:\\
The Record of Split  Comets on the Galilean Satellites}\\
\bi
\ind  Paul M. Schenk, Erik Asphaug, William B. McKinnon,\\
\ind  H.J. Melosh, \& Paul Weissman  \dotfill 98\\
\ei

{\bf Collision of Comet \mbox{Shoemaker-Levy 9} with Jupiter: Impact Study of\\
Two Fragments from Timing of Precursor Events}\\
\bi
\ind  Zdenek Sekanina  \dotfill 99\\
\ei

{\bf SAAO K-band Imaging Observations of the Collision of\\
Comet \mbox{P/Shoemaker-Levy 9} and Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  Kazuhiro Sekiguchi, Ian S Glass, \& Satoru Takeuchi  \dotfill 100\\
\ei

{\bf Interaction between the magnetospheres of comet SL9 and Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  A. S. Sharma, G. M. Milikh, \& A. S. Lipatov  \dotfill 101\\
\ei

{\bf Global Maps and Drift Rates for Jovian Features}\\
\bi
\ind  A. A. Simon, R. F. Beebe, \& N. J. Chanover  \dotfill 102\\
\ei

{\bf Radio Observations of Jupiter from HartRAO}\\
\bi
\ind  D.P. Smits \& G.D. Nicolson  \dotfill 103\\
\ei

{\bf Near-IR Images and Spectra of the Impact Sites from Cerro Tololo}\\
\bi
\ind  John R. Spencer, Darren L. DePoy, Glenn S. Orton,\\
\ind  Christophe Dumas, \& Sang J. Kim   \dotfill 104\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Measurements of Water in the `Re-entry phase' Following\\
Fragments R and W of Comet Shoemaker Levy 9}\\
\bi
\ind  A.L. Sprague, G.L. Bjoraker, D.M. Hunten, F.C. Witteborn,\\
\ind  R.W.H. Kozlowski, \& D.H. Wooden  \dotfill 105\\
\ei

{\bf Polarimetric Imaging Observations of Impact Dark Spots}\\
\bi
\ind  B. Suzuki, J. Watanabe, T. Sasaki, \& H. Kurihara  \dotfill 106\\
\ei

{\bf Numerical Simulations of Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9:\\
Comparison with Observational Results}\\
\bi
\ind  T. Takata, T.J. Ahrens, J.D. O'Keefe, \& G. S. Orton  \dotfill 107\\
\ei

{\bf The OAO near-infrared observations of the SL-9 impact to Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  Satoru Takeuchi, Hitoshi Hasegawa, Jun-ichi Watanabe,
 \& Takuya Yamashita  \dotfill 108\\
\ei

{\bf Was SL-9 a Jupiter Family Comet or an Escaped Asteroid?\\
(Dynamical Considerations)}\\
\bi
\ind  Gonzalo Tancredi \& Andrea Sosa  \dotfill 109\\
\ei

{\bf The Reflectivity of the Aerosol Material in the\\
G, L, and E Impact-Regions}\\
\bi
\ind  V. G. Tejfel, G. A. Kharitonova, N. V. Sinyaeva, V. N. Gajsina,\\
\ind  A. N. Aksenov, \& G. A. Kirienko  \dotfill 110\\
\ei

{\bf High temporal resolution near-IR observations of impacts H and Q\\ 
from Calar Alto and interpretation}\\
\bi
\ind  G.P. Tozzi, A. Richichi, \& A. Ferrara  \dotfill 111\\
\ei

{\bf FUV Spectra of SL9 Impact Site G with HST/GHRS}\\
\bi
\ind  L. M. Trafton, S. K. Atreya, M. A. McGrath, G. R. Gladstone,\\
\ind  J. J. Caldwell,  K. S. Noll, H. A. Weaver, R. V. Yelle,\\
\ind  C. Barnet, \& S. Edgington  \dotfill 112\\
\ei
 
{\bf Multiwavelength Observations of S--L 9 Impact Spots on Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  R. Vasundhara \& Pavan Chakraborty  \dotfill 113\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9: A New Class of Object}\\
\bi
\ind  Siacho Wang  \dotfill 114\\
\ei

{\bf Observations and Studies of the Chinese Jupiter Watch}\\
\bi
\ind  Sichao Wang, Bochen Qian, \& Keliang Huang  \dotfill 115\\
\ei

{\bf Thermal Effects from Minor Constituents\\
in Jupiter's Upper Atmosphere after SL9}\\
\bi
\ind  Y.~Wang, K. S. Noll, \& R. V. Yelle  \dotfill 116\\
\ei

{\bf Geometrical Model for the Plume Evolution}\\
\bi
\ind  J. Watanabe, S. Takeuchi, H. Hasegawa, B. Suzuki, 
\& K. Sekiguchi  \dotfill 117\\
\ei

{\bf Temporal and Spatial Variations Among the Fragments of\\
Comet D/Shoemaker-Levy 9}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  H. A. Weaver, M. F. A'Hearn, C. Arpigny, P. D. Feldman,\\
\ind  Ph. Lamy, K. J. Meech, K. S. Noll, \& T. E. Smith  \dotfill 118\\
\end{it}

{\bf Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9: Support for the Rubble Pile Model}\\
\bi
\ind  Paul R. Weissman  \dotfill 119\\
\ei

{\bf Narrow-Band Imaging of the Impact Sites on Jupiter}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  Dennis D. Wellnitz, Michael F. A'Hearn, Ralph Martin,
 \& Arie Verveer  \dotfill 120\\
\end{it}

{\bf Scattering Properties of Dust Associated with SL9-Jupiter Impact}\\
\begin{it}
\ind  N.C.Wickramasinghe \& K.S.Krishna Swamy  \dotfill 121\\
\end{it}

{\bf Chemistry of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 Jovian Impact Blemishes:\\
Indigenous Cometary vs. Shock-Synthesized Organic Matter}\\
\bi
\ind  Peter D. Wilson \& Carl Sagan  \dotfill 122\\
\ei

{\bf Observations of the Jovian Satellites During Comet\\ 
P/Shoemaker-Levy 9's Impact with Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  L. M. Woodney, R. Meier, M.F. A'Hearn, D. Wellnitz\\
\ind  T. Smith, A. Verveer, \& R. Martin \dotfill 123\\
\ei

\np

{\bf Physical Properties of Swarmed SL9 Fragments at Impact}\\
\bi
\ind  Xingfa Xie, Michael J. Mumma, \& Kevin M. Olson \dotfill 124\\
\ei

{\bf Explanation of Flashes and Bright Flare in IR-Lightcurves of\\
Shoemaker-Levy 9 Impacts: Comparison between Numerical\\
Simulations and Observations}\\
\bi
\ind  Takashi Yabe, Masakazu Tajima, Sho Sasaki, Yutaka Abe, Feng Xiao,\\
\ind  Takayuki Aoki, \& Jun-ichi Watanabe \dotfill 125\\
\ei

{\bf CCD Methane Band Modelling of A, H, L and R Impacts}\\
\bi
\ind  Padma A. Yanamandra-Fisher, Jose Luis Ortiz, 
\& Glenn S. Orton \dotfill 126\\
\ei

{\bf Three strong Jovian decametric radio bursts from impacts}\\
\bi
\ind  Xi-Zhen Zhang, Jin-Lin Han, \& Qi-Bin Li \dotfill 127\\
\ei

{\bf On Jovian Decametric Radio Bursts of the Great Comet Crash}\\
\bi
\ind  Xi-Zhen Zhang , Lin-Lin Han, Qi-Bin Li , Pei-Nan Jiao,
 \& Jun-Hu Du \dotfill 128\\
\ei

{\bf The Prediction of the Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  J.-X. Zhang, Q. Wang, J.X. Yang, S.C. Wang, \& X.Z. Chen \dotfill 129\\
\ei

{\bf The Light Curves of Galilean Satelites during the Collisions of\\
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter}\\
\bi
\ind  Hongnan Zhou \dotfill 130\\
\ei

{\bf The Impact Time of Fragment P2=8b}\\
\bi
\ind  Hongnan Zhou \dotfill 131\\
\ei

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