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Papers Submitted to the Special Session on “MESSENGER at Mercury: A Global Perspective on the Innermost Planet” at the 40th LPSC

  • André, S. L., and T. R. Watters, Tectonic features revealed in MESSENGER images detailed within Mariner 10 stereo topography, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2341, 2009.

  • Barnouin-Jha, O. S., M. T. Zuber, J. Oberst, F. Preusker, D. E. Smith, G. A. Neumann, S. C. Solomon, S. A. Hauck, II, R. J. Phillips, J. W. Head, III, L. M. Prockter, and M. S. Robinson, Assessing the relationship between crater depth and diameter on Mercury with topographic measurements by MESSENGER, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1638, 2009.

  • Blewett, D. T., L. Kerber, J. W. Head, B. W. Denevi, M. S. Robinson, S. L. Murchie, J. J. Gillis-Davis, and S. C. Solomon, Mercury pyroclastics: Color, morphology, and volatile content, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1793, 2009.

  • Blewett, D. T., B. W. Denevi, M. S. Robinson, and M. E. Purucker, Do lunar-like swirls occur on Mercury?, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1352, 2009.

  • Denevi, B. W., M. S. Robinson, D. T. Blewett, D. L. Domingue, J. W. Head, III, T. J. McCoy, R. L. McNutt, Jr., S. L. Murchie, and S. C. Solomon, MESSENGER global color observations: Implications for the composition and evolution of Mercury’s crust, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2247, 2009.

  • Domingue, D. L., B. W. Denevi, C. M. Ernst, G. M. Holsclaw, N. R. Izenberg, W. E. McClintock, S. L. Murchie, and M. S. Robinson, Regional color photometry of Mercury’s surface, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1301, 2009.

  • Ernst, C. M., S. L. Murchie, O. S. Barnouin-Jha, M. S. Robinson, and B. W. Denevi, Exposure of red material by impact craters on Mercury: Implications for buried plains material, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1900, 2009.

  • Fassett, C. I., J. W. Head, D. T. Blewett, C. R. Chapman, J. L. Dixon, S. L. Murchie, R. G. Strom, and T. R. Watters, Caloris impact basin: Exterior geomorphology, stratigraphy, morphometry, radial sculpture, and smooth plains deposits, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1899, 2009.

  • Freed, A. M., S. C. Solomon, T. R. Watters, R. J. Phillips, and M. T. Zuber, Could Pantheon Fossae be the result of the Apollodorus crater-forming impact within the Caloris basin, Mercury?, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1362, 2009.

  • Gillis-Davis, J. J., D. T. Blewett, B. W. Denevi, M. S. Robinson, S. C. Solomon, R. G. Strom, and the MESSENGER Team, Pit-floor craters on Mercury: Characteristics and modes of formation, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2234, 2009.

  • Gómez Pérez, N., and J. Wicht, Magnetic field at Mercury: Effects of external sources on planetary dynamos, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1634, 2009.

  • Head, J. W., III, S. C. Solomon, R. L. McNutt, Jr., D. T. Blewett, C. R. Chapman, D. L. Domingue, J. J. Gillis-Davis, S. E. Hawkins, III, J. Helbert, G. M. Holsclaw, N. R. Izenberg, W. E. McClintock, W. J. Merline, S. L. Murchie, R. J. Phillips, L. M. Prockter, M. S. Robinson, B. W. Denevi, A. L. Sprague, R. G. Strom, F. Vilas, T. R. Watters, and M. T. Zuber, The MESSENGER mission to Mercury: New insights into geological processes and evolution from the first two encounters, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2198, 2009.

  • Helbert, J., M. D’Amore, A. Maturilli, N. R. Izenberg, A. L. Sprague, G. M. Holsclaw, J. W. Head, W. E. McClintock, D. T. Blewett, and S. C. Solomon, Compositional units on Mercury along MESSENGER ground tracks from principal component analysis of spectral observations, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1529, 2009.

  • Izenberg, N. R., W. E. McClintock, G. M. Holsclaw, D. T. Blewett, J. Helbert, S. C. Solomon, and the MESSENGER Team, Resolved ultraviolet to infrared reflectance spectroscopy of Mercury from the second MESSENGER flyby, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1663, 2009.

  • Izenberg, N. R., D. T. Blewett, R. L. McNutt, N. L. Chabot, C. R. Chapman, B. W. Denevi, M. S. Robinson, L. M. Prockter, and S. L. Murchie, MESSENGER views of crater rays on Mercury, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1676, 2009.

  • Johnson, C. L., H. Uno, M. E. Purucker, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, J. A. Slavin, and S. C. Solomon, Mercury’s magnetic field: Assessing the effects of external fields on internal field models, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1385, 2009.

  • Lawrence, D. J., W. C. Feldman, J. O. Goldsten, S. C. Solomon, and the MESSENGER Science Team, Identification of neutron absorbing elements on Mercury’s surface using MESSENGER neutron data, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1761, 2009.

  • Prockter, L. M., T. R. Watters, C. R. Chapman, B. W. Denevi, J. W. Head III, S. C. Solomon, S. L. Murchie, O. S. Barnouin-Jha, M. S. Robinson, D. T. Blewett, J. Gillis-Davis, and R. W. Gaskell, The curious case of Raditladi basin, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1758, 2009.

  • Purucker, M. E., C. L. Johnson, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, H. Uno, D. T. Blewett, T. J. Sabaka, S. C. Solomon, and J. W. Head, Mercury’s internal magnetic field from MESSENGER, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1277, 2009.

  • Smith, D. E., M. T. Zuber, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, F. G. Lemoine, G. A. Neumann, J. W. Head III, and M. H. Torrence, Does Mercury have lunar-like mascons?, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1802, 2009.

  • Solomon, S. C., A. M. Freed, S. A. Hauck, II, J. W. Head, III, L. Kerber, R. J. Phillips, M. S. Robinson, T. R. Watters, and M. T. Zuber, MESSENGER’s newly global perspective on Mercury: Some implications for interior evolution, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1750, 2009.

  • Vervack, R. J., Jr., W. E. McClintock, E. T. Bradley, R. M. Killen, A. L. Sprague, N. Mouawad, N. R. Izenberg, M. C. Kochte, and M. R. Lankton, MESSENGER observations of Mercury’s exosphere: Discoveries and surprises from the first two flybys, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2220, 2009.

  • Watters, T. R., S. L. Murchie, M. S. Robinson, J. W. Head, C. R. Chapman, S. C. Solomon, B. W. Denevi, S. L. André, C. I. Fassett, and the MESSENGER Team, A newly discovered impact basin on Mercury revealed by MESSENGER, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1817, 2009.

  • Zuber, M. T., G. T. Farmer, S. A. Hauck II, J. A. Ritzer, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, D. E. Smith, J. W. Head III, G. A. Neumann, M. S. Robinson, T. R. Watters, C. L. Johnson, J. Oberst, O. Barnouin-Jha, and R. L. McNutt, Jr., Observations of ridges and lobate scarps on Mercury from MESSENGER altimetry and imaging and implications for lithospheric strain accommodation, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 1813, 2009.

  • Zurbuchen, T. H., J. M. Raines, G. Gloeckler, J. A. Slavin, S. M. Krimigis, R. M. Killen, A. L. Sprague, R. L. McNutt, Jr., and S. C. Solomon, First ion plasma measurements in the Mercury magnetosphere, Lunar and Planetary Science, XL, abstract 2141, 2009.

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