Thursday Titles

Program overview


Session 54. Invited Talk

Oral, Thursday, 8:30-9:20, Salons EFG

54.01 SETI Is Still Alive: Results from One Year of High Resolution Microwave Survey Observations and a Progress Report on Project Phoenix
J. C. Tarter (SETI Institute)

Session 55. Pulsating Variables/Stellar Models

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

55.01 10 Micron Spectra of Long Period Variables
M. Creech-Eakman, R. E. Stencel, D. Klebe and J. Williams (University of Denver)
55.02 New Periods and/or Types for Variable Stars
P. J. Benson and K. Hagemann (Wellesley C.)
55.03 Phase Lags Between Water Maser Emission and Optical Light Curves of LPVs
S. B. Staley (CASA, U of Colorado), I. R. Little-Marenin (CASA, U of Colorado and Wellesley C.), P. J. Benson (Wellesley C.) and R. R. Cadmus (Grinnell C.)
55.04 A Comparison of Circularly and Linearly Polarized Features of SiO Masers
G. C. McIntosh, J. J. Ulrich (Univ. of Minn. Morris), C. R. Predmore and N. A. Patel (FCRAO, Univ. of Mass.)
55.05 Synthetic Spectra for Dynamical Models of Cepheid Atmospheres
R. Haefner, G. H. Bowen, L. A. Willson (ISU) and D. G. Luttermoser (CSC)
55.06 A New Method for the Definition of s-Cepheids
S. M. Morgan (Univ. N. Iowa)
55.07 Pulsation Modes of SMC Cepheids
W. J. Parker and S. M. Morgan (Univ. of N. Iowa)
55.08 Evolution of Magnetic Fields with Mixed Polarity under the Action of Steady Circulation
M. Maheswaran (U Wisconsin Centers)
55.09 The Effect of Rapid Rotation on Main Sequence Line-Profile Variables
M. J. Clement (University of Toronto)
55.10 Low Temperature Rosseland Opacities
D. R. Alexander (Indiana Univ. and Wichita St. Univ.)
55.11 An Illustration of Line and Continuum Polarization due to the Rayleigh Scattering Phase-matrix in Multi-scattering Axisymmetric Envelopes
D. J. Hillier (U. Pitt.)

Session 56. Supernova Remnants Observation

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

56.01 The Magnetic Fields of SNR Cas A and the Galaxy
L. Rudnick, M. Anderson and J. Keohane (University of Minnesota)
56.02 Comparison of X-ray and Radio Emission from the Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A
J. Keohane, L. Rudnick and M. Anderson (U of Minnesota)
56.03 Rosat observations of the unusual SNR CTB 80 containing the 39.5 ms pulsar PSR 1951+32.
S. Safi-Harb, H. \"Ogelman (University of Wisconsin--Madison) and J. P. Finley (Purdue University)
56.04 An X-Ray and Optical Study of the Interaction of the Cygnus Loop Supernova Remnant with an Interstellar Cloud
J. R. Graham, N. A. Levenson (UCB), J. J. Hester (ASU), J. C. Raymond (CfA) and R. Petre (GSFC)
56.05 Multi-Slit MMT Spectroscopy of Peculiar Knots in the Crab Nebula
S. S. Lawrence and G. M. MacAlpine (Univ. of Michigan)
56.06 HST WFPC-2 Observations of the Outer Optical Filaments of the Crab Nebula
J. J. Hester, P. A. Scowen (ASU), J. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin) and W. Idt
56.07 HST WFPC-2 Observations of the Inner Synchrotron Component of the Crab Nebula
P. A. Scowen, J. J. Hester (ASU), J. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin), R. Lynds, E. J. O'Neil (KPNO), D. G. Currie (U. Maryland), W. Idt and W. Idt
56.08 A Kinematic Study of the Supernova Remnant Puppis A
B. M. DeChristopher and P. F. Winkler (Middlebury Coll)
56.09 X-Ray and Optical Imagery of the SN 1006 Supernova Remnant
P. F. Winkler (Middlebury College) and K. S. Long (STScI)
56.10 Infrared Spectroscopy of the Rosette Nebula: \author{Clark, F. O.} Evidence for Molecular Continuum Emitters; The Lack of UIR Emission in the Low Density Interstellar Medium
F. O. Clark

Session 57. Planetary Nebulae/ Supernovae/ Ejecta

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

57.01 Envelope Burning in AGB stars and the Abundances of $^{4}$He and $^{14}$N in Planetary Nebulae
J. Buell, R. B. C. Henry and E. Baron (University of Oklahoma)
57.02 High Spatial Resolution Observations of the CS and CO Outflows from CRL 618.
A. R. Hajian (NAIC, Cornell Univ.), J. A. Phillips (Owens Valley Radio Telescope, Caltech) and Y. Terzian (NAIC, Cornell Univ.)
57.03 An X-ray and IR Study of Dusty Nonradiative Shock Waves
O. Vancura, J. Raymond (SAO) and E. Dwek
57.04 The Light Curve of SN 1993J
S. L. Kipp (Mankato State Univ.)
57.05 The Absolute Magnitude Distributions of Type Ia Supernovae
T. E. Vaughan, D. Branch, D. L. Miller (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Oklahoma) and S. Perlmutter (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)
57.06 NLTE Synthetic Spectra of Type Ia Supernovae
P. Nugent, E. Baron, D. Branch (University of Oklahoma) and P. Hauschildt (Arizona State University)
57.07 Radio Emission from Type Ia Supernovae as a Test of Symbiotic--Star Progenitor Systems
F. R. Boffi, D. Branch and E. Baron (University of Oklahoma)
57.08 The Formation and Excitation of $H_3^+$ in SN 1987A
M. Yan, A. Dalgarno and S. Lepp (Astronomy Dept., Harvard Univ.)
57.09 An Observational Test for Helium Diffusion in Red Giant Stars: Theoretical Considerations.
E. Vassiliadis (STScI), H. C. Ford (JHU,STScI) and G. H. Jacoby (NOAO/KPNO)

Session 58. The Galaxy

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

58.01 A New 20 $\mu$m Upper Limit for Sgr A*
D. Y. Gezari (NASA/GSFC), L. M. Ozernoy (GMU and NASA/GSFC), F. Varosi (U. Md. and NASA/GSFC), C. McCreight (NASA/Ames) and R. R. Joyce (NOAO/KPNO)
58.02 Galactic Structure from Faint Halo Carbon Stars
P. J. Green (CfA)
58.03 The Axial Ratio of the Galactic Stellar Spheroid
J. A. Larsen and R. M. Humphreys (University of Minnesota)
58.04 A Statistical Analysis of the Type II Cepheid Spatial Distribution and Luminosity Function: Preliminary Results
J. E. Marquardt (Mankato State U.), J. Hakkila (Mankato State U.) and C. A. Meegan (NASA/MSFC)
58.05 A Statistical Analysis of the Wolf-Rayet Star Spatial Distribution and Luminosity Function: Preliminary Results
J. C. Hallum (Mankato State U.), J. Hakkila (Mankato State U.) and C. A. Meegan (NASA/MSFC)
58.06 A Statistical Analysis of the Barium Star Spatial Distribution and Luminosity Function: Preliminary Results
J. M. Myers (Mankato State U.), B. W. Mulligan (Mankato State U.), M. J. Johnson (Mankato State U.), J. Hakkila (Mankato State U.) and C. A. Meegan (NASA/MSFC)
58.07 A Statistical Analysis of the Type I Cepheid Spatial Distribution and Luminosity Function: Preliminary Results
P. T. Bennett (Mankato State U.), J. Hakkila (Mankato State U.) and C. A. Meegan (NASA/MSFC)
58.08 Galactic Structure with the GSSS Plate Archive II: Colors and Proper Motions toward the Main Meridional Section
M. G. Lattanzi, B. M. Lasker (STScI), A. Spagna (OATo), B. J. M$^c$Lean (STScI), G. Massone (OATo), B. Bucciarelli (STScI), R. Burg (JHU) and M. Postman (STScI)
58.09 Preliminary Kinematic Results for the Field Horizontal Branch and A-Type Stars
R. Wilhelm and T. C. Beers (MSU)
58.10 The Outer Rotation Curve from A -- F Supergiants
D. M. Peterson and D. Slowik (SUNY Stony Brook)
58.11 Radial Variations in the Color-Magnitude Diagram of NGC 6712
D. H. Martins (U. of Alaska)
58.12 Astrometry and Photometry in the Globular Cluster NGC 6397
K. M. Cudworth and J. S. Benensohn (Yerkes Obs., U. Chicago)
58.13 Globular Cluster Destruction by Supermassive Black Holes
J. C. Charlton and P. Laguna (Penn State)
58.14 The Inner Velocity Dispersion Profile of M15
J. D. Dull, H. N. Cohn, P. M. Lugger (Indiana U.), B. W. Murphy (Butler U.), P. O. Seitzer (U. of Michigan), P. J. Callanan (CfA), R. G. M. Rutten (La Palma Obs.) and P. A. Charles (Oxford U.)
58.15 The Blue Horizontal Branch of M 92
A. G. Davis Philip (Union College, Van Vleck Obs.)
58.16 Cent: The Jumbo Galactic Globular Cluster
G. Meylan (ESO), M. Mayor (Geneva) and P. Dubath (ESO)
58.17 Far Ultraviolet Imaging of the Core of NGC 6681 with WFPC-2
J. R. Mould, A. M. Watson, J. S. Gallagher, G. Ballester, C. J. Burrows, S. Casertano, J. Clarke, D. Crisp, J. J. Hester, J. G. Hoessel, J. A. Holtzman, R. E. Griffiths, J. Krist, P. Scowen, K. R. Stapelfeldt, J. T. Trauger and J. A. Westphal (WFPC-2 Science Team)
58.18 Extended Str\"omgren Photometry of M22 Red Giants
B. J. Anthony-Twarog, J. S. Craig and B. A. Twarog (Univ. of KS)
58.19 Pismis 6 and the F0Ia Supergiant HD 74180
D. Forbes and S. Short (Memorial Univ.)

Session 59. Low Luminosity AGNs and Active Galaxies

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

59.01 Determinating which Physical Parameters Dominate the Continuum Surface Brightness in Radio Galaxies.
D. M. Katz-Stone and L. Rudnick (University of Minnesota)
59.02 Jet and Counterjet in the Seyfert Galaxy 3C 120
A. Sadun and S. Snaith (Agnes Scott Coll.)
59.03 ROSAT Discovery of Asymmetrical Cluster Gas around the Radio Galaxy NGC 326
D. M. Worrall, M. Birkinshaw and R. A. Cameron (SAO)
59.04 An Imaging Search for Non-Nuclear Seyfert Activity in M101
P. W. A. Roming, J. W. Moody, M. D. Joner (BYU) and R. O. Jee (TRW)
59.05 The Observed Evolution of the M87 Jet
F. Zhou (STScI/NMIMT), J. Biretta (STScI) and F. Owen (NRAO)
59.06 HST polarization Observations of NGC 1068
A. Capetti, F. D. Macchetto, W. B. Sparks and D. J. Axon (STScI)
59.07 HST FOC/COSTAR Observations of NGC 1068
F. D. Macchetto, A. Capetti, W. B. Sparks (STScI) and A. Boksenberg (Royal Greenwich Obs.)
59.08 Long Term Monitoring of Active Galactic Nuclei Using ROSAT
K. Leighly (NASA/GSFC) and R. Edelson (University of Iowa)
59.09 Detection of Mid-Infrared Fine Structure Lines in NGC 1068
J. W. Miles (National Air and Space Museum), J. R. Houck and T. L. Hayward (Cornell University)
59.10 New X-ray Spectral Data of NGC 4151 Observed with Asuka
K. A. Weaver (Penn State), S. S. Holt, T. Yaqoob (NASA/GSFC) and Asuka Team
59.11 High Spatial Resoluton Study of Far IR Emission from the Active, Cooling Flow Galaxy NGC 1275
E. C. Zink, D. F. Lester, G. Doppmann, B. J. Smith, P. M. Harvey, J. DiFrancesco, N. I. Gaffney (UT Austin) and M. Malkan (UCLA)
59.12 Studying the Infrared Variability in Seyfert 1 Galaxies
S. J. Chan (NCU/MPG) and W. Sun (NCU)
59.13 Discovery of Three New H$_2$O Megamasers
J. A. Braatz (UMD), A. S. Wilson (STScI/UMD) and C. Henkel (MPIfR)

Session 60. Intergalactic Medium

Display, Thursday, 9:20-6:30, Salons ABD

60.01 HST/FOS UV and WFPC II Observations of 3CR 196
A. Diplas, R. D. Cohen, T. A. Barlow, E. A. Beaver, V. T. Junkkarinen and R. W. Lyons (CASS/UCSD)
60.02 Competition Between Pressure and Gravity Confinement in Ly$\alpha$ Forest Observations
S. M. Linder, J. C. Charlton (Penn State) and E. E. Salpeter (Cornell)
60.03 The Intermediate Line Region of QSOs
M. S. Brotherton and B. J. Wills (U.Texas)
60.04 ROSAT Observations of the Sculptor/Phoenix Supercluster
P. P. Plucinsky (SAO), R. G. Cruddace (NRL), S. L. Snowden (NASA-GSFC), H. MacGillivray (ROE),and G. Hartner (MPE)
60.05 Measuring the Local Intergalactic Ionizing Background: Do Intergalactic HI Clouds Glow?
M. Donahue (STSCI), G. Aldering (UMinn) and J. T. Stocke (U. Colo)

Session 61. Properties and Evolution of Clusters of Galaxies

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

61.01 A ROSAT Search for X-ray Emission from Quasar Host Clusters
P. B. Hall (University of Arizona), E. Ellingson (University of Colorado), R. F. Green (KPNO) and H. K. C. Yee (University of Toronto)
61.02 CO Emission from Hercules Cluster Galaxies
T. E. Lavezzi and J. M. Dickey (University of Minnesota)
61.03 Comparisons of N-Body Simulations to Statistical Observations of Galaxy Pairs
R. Bartlett and J. Charlton (Penn State)
61.04 In Search of $\ldots$ Dwarfs in the Tidal Debris of Compact Groups
S. D. Hunsberger (Penn State), D. Zaritsky (Carnegie Observatories) and J. C. Charlton (Penn State)
61.05 Using the SBF Technique to Study the Globular Cluster Systems of the Coma Supergiant Ellipticals
J. P. Blakeslee and J. L. Tonry (MIT)
61.06 HI Synthesis of the Hercules Cluster of Galaxies
J. M. Dickey (University of Minnesota)
61.07 X-ray Properties of the NGC 1961 Group of Galaxies
W. Pence (NASA/GSFC) and A. Rots (USRA-NASA/GSFC)
61.08 The Relation between Galaxies and Intracluster Gas in Clusters
L. M. Lubin and N. A. Bahcall (Princeton University)
61.09 Optical Studies of X-Ray Selected Galaxy Clusters
B. J. M$^c$Lean (STScI), R. Burg (JHU/STScI), J. P. Huchra (SAO), H. Bohringer, W. Voges (MPE), P. Rosati (JHU) and R. Giacconi (ESO)
61.10 VLA Observations of Radio Quasars In the Optical Imaging Samples of Yee et al.
P. Hintzen, L. Roberts (LASP, NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center) and H. K. C. Yee
61.11 Structural Properties of Faint Galaxies with HST
S. Casertano, K. U. Ratnatunga, R. E. Griffiths, L. W. Neuschaefer (Johns Hopkins University), R. A. Windhorst (Arizona State University), R. S. Ellis, G. Gilmore (IoA, Cambridge), R. F. Green (NOAO), J. P. Huchra (CfA), G. D. Illingworth, D. C. Koo (UCSC), J. A. Tyson (Bell Labs) and P. Guhathakurta (STScI)
61.12 Dynamical Heating and Metallic Gas Supply by Elliptical Galaxies in Rich Clusters
I. Murakami (CITA) and M. Umemura (U. Tsukuba)
61.13 A Study of the Emission Line Properties of Faint Field Galaxies
C. Gronwall and D. C. Koo (UC Santa Cruz and UCO/Lick)
61.14 Star Formation, Structure and Evolution of Group Galaxies: The Environmental Connection
P. M. Marcum, J. S. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin) and P. N. Appleton (Iowa State U.)

Session 62. Large Scale Structures

Display, Thursday, 9:20-4:00, Salons ABD

62.01 Galaxy Clustering Statistics of medium-Deep Survey WFPC1 and WFPC2 Images
L. W. Neuschaefer, S. C. Casertano, R. E. Griffiths, K. U. Ratnatunga (Johns Hopkins University), R. A. Windhorst (Arizona State University), R. S. Ellis, G. Gilmore (IoA, Cambridge), R. F. Green (NOAO), J. P. Huchra (CfA), G. D. Illingworth, D. C. Koo (UCSC) and J. A. Tyson (Bell Labs)
62.02 Galactic Morphology and Environmental Analysis using the Pointwise Fractal Dimension
J. S. Best and J. C. Charlton (Pennsylvania State University)
62.03 Hierarchical Numerical Cosmology with Hydrodynamics: Resolving X-Ray Clusters
P. Anninos and M. L. Norman (LCA, NCSA)
62.04 HST Observations of Cepheid Variables in M101
D. D. Kelson, G. D. Illingworth (UCO/Lick Observatory, UC Santa Cruz), L. Ferrarese, H. Ford (STScI), W. L. Freedman, R. Hill, M. G. Lee (OCIW), J. A. Graham (DTM), J. G. Hoessel (Wisconsin), J. Huchra (CfA), S. M. Hughes, B. F. Madore, J. R. Mould (CalTech), R. C. Kennicutt, A. Turner (Steward Observatory) and P. B. Stetson (DAO)
62.05 Problems with Galaxy Position Angles
B. E. Laubscher (Amparo Corp.)
62.06 Distributions of Fourier Modes of Cosmological Density Fields
Z. H. Fan and J. M. Bardeen (Department of Physics, University of Washington)
62.07 What was the Shape of Galaxies at Intermediate Redshift ? - Axis Ratio Distribution of Galaxies as a Function of Apparent Magnitude.
M. Im, K. U. Ratnatunga, S. Casertano, R. E. Griffiths, L. W. Neuschaefer and E. W. Wyckoff (Department of Physics and Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University)
62.08 Galaxy Alignments in the Pisces-Perseus Supercluster
J. E. Cabanela (U Minn) and G. Aldering (U Minn)
62.09 Mass Function, Velocity Dispersion and Temperature Function of Clusters in the Cold + Hot Dark Matter Model
Y. Jing and L. Fang (Univ. of Arizona)
62.10 Typical Scales in the Distribution of QSOs
L. Fang, Z. Deng (Univ. of Arizona) and X. Xia (Tianjing Normal Univ., P.R.China)
62.11 Cosmic Microwave Background Anisotropy Measurements on Arcminute Scales
S. T. Myers, E. M. Leitch and A. C. S. Readhead (Caltech)

Session 63. Large Scale Structure and Cosmology

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30, Salons EFG

63.01D Lifting the Veil of the Anticenter Zone of Avoidance
C. A. Pantoja (Univ. of Oklahoma)
63.02 {\bf \it ROSAT} Observations of the Gravitationally Lensed System 0957+561
G. Chartas, E. Falco, W. Forman, C. Jones, R. Schild and I. Shapiro (SAO)
63.03 Batch Discovery of Six High-Redshift Supernovae: Developing a New Tool for Cosmology
S. Perlmutter, C. Pennypacker, G. Goldhaber, S. Gabi, A. Goobar, B. Grossan, A. Kim, M. Kim, R. Pain, I. Small (LBL/CfPA/SSL, Berkeley), R. McMahon (IoA), P. Bunclark, M. Irwin (RGO), M. Postman, W. Oegerle (STScI), T. Lauer (NOAO) and J. Hoessel (U.Wisconsin)
63.04 Microlensing events of the LMC are better explained by stars in the LMC than by MACHOs
K. C. Sahu (IAC)
63.05 A New Strategy To Observe MACHOs.
A. Drukier (GMU), R. Nemiroff and L. Ozernoy (GMU and NASA/GSFC)
63.06 Long-Period Cepheids
N. R. Simon (University of Nebraska) and S. M. Kanbur (University of Glasgow)
63.07 Destruction of Deuterium and Nucleochosmoschronology
S. T. Scully and K. A. Olive (School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota)

Session 64. Low Luminosity AGNs and Active Galaxies

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30, Salon C

64.01 FOS Spectroscopy of Several Clouds in the NLR of NGC 4151
Z. I. Tsvetanov, G. A. Kriss (JHU), I. N. Evans (STScI) and H. C. Ford (JHU)
64.02 HST Narrow Band Images of the Ionized Gas in the Nucleus of M87
H. C. Ford, Z. I. Tsvetanov, G. A. Kriss (JHU), R. Harms and L. Dressel (ARC)
64.03 A Black Hole in the Nucleus of M31?
Y. C. Pei, Z. Tsvetanov, H. C. Ford, G. A. Kriss and L. Ferrarese (JHU)
64.04 Water Masers and Evidence of a Circumnuclear Disk in NGC 4258?
L. J. Greenhill, J. M. Moran, M. J. Reid (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), R. D. Jiang (Shanghai Observatory), K. Y. Lo (University of Illinois) and M. J. Claussen (NRAO)
64.05 Ultraviolet Spectropolarimetry of Mrk 231
P. S. Smith, G. D. Schmidt and R. G. Allen (Steward Observatory)
64.06 Intensive Spectroscopic Monitoring of NGC 5548 with HST, IUE, and Ground-Based Telescopes
B. M. Peterson (OSU), D. Alloin (Meudon), P. Barr, J. Clavel (ESTEC), R. D. Cohen (UCSD), D. M. Crenshaw (CSC), I. N. Evans, A. P. Koratkar, K. T. Korista (STScI), K. Horne (Utrecht), G. A. Kriss, J. H. Krolik (JHU), M. A. Malkan (UCLA), S. L. Morris (DAO), H. Netzer (Tel-Aviv), P. T. O'Brien (Oxford), G. A. Reichert (USRA), P. M. Rodr\'{\i}guez-Pascual, W. Wamsteker (VILSPA) and I. A. Watch
64.07 A New Model for the Spectral Variability of AGN which Works for MCG -6-30-15.
R. Sivron (Physics Department, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717), H. Kunieda, Y. Tsusaka (Astrophysics Dept., Nagoya University, Nagoya,Japan) and S. Tsuruta (Physics Department, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717)
64.08 Did the Galactic Center Have an Active or a Starburst Nucleus in the Past?
L. M. Ozernoy (Phys. Dept. and Comp. Sci. and Inform. Inst., GMU also Lab. for Astr. and Sol. Phys., NASA/GSFC)

Session 65. The Galaxy and Galactic ISM

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30, Marquette/LaSalle

65.01 New Limits on Diffuse Galactic Emission of Gamma Rays with Energies above 10$^{14}$ eV
C. E. Covault, A. Borione, J. W. Cronin, B. E. Fick, L. F. Fortson, K. G. Gibbs, B. J. Newport, T. A. McKay, R. A. Ong, L. J. Rosenberg (EFI,U of Chicago), M. Catanese, K. D. Green, A. Kennedy, J. Matthews, D. Nitz, D. Sinclair, J. C. van der Velde (U of Michigan) and D. B. Kieda (U of Utah)
65.02 OSSE Search for $\gamma$-Ray Lines from $^{60}$Fe in the Galactic Plane
M. J. Harris (USRA), W. R. Purcell, D. A. Grabelsky, M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern University), W. N. Johnson, R. L. Kinzer, J. D. Kurfess, M. S. Strickman (Naval Research Laboratory), M. D. Leising (Clemson University) and G. V. Jung (USRA)
65.03D An Analysis of the Profile of the 511 keV Annihilation Line: An Application of the Line Shape Integral Method
H. B. Bowman, J. L. Matteson and L. E. Peterson (UCSD/CASS)
65.04 High ion absorption through the Galactic halo: Contributions from H I gas in the presence of hot gas?
G. S. Burks (CASA-Univ. of Col.), T. Rodriguez-Bell (SSL-UCB), F. Bartko (Bartko Sci. and Tech.), J. M. Shull, J. T. Stocke (CASA-Univ. of Col.), E. M. Burbidge, A. Diplas (CASS-UCSD), R. J. Harms (ARC) and R. C. Bohlin (STScI)
65.05 Observations of Far-uv Absorption Lines at 2 km/s Resolution with IMAPS
E. B. Jenkins, P. M. Zucchino, M. A. Reale (Princeton U. Obs.), C. L. Joseph (U. Wisc.), G. Sonneborn, R. S. Polidan (GSFC) and T. Williams (Rutgers U.)
65.06 Observations of Stellar Variability in the Central Parsec of the Galaxy
M. W. Werner, A. J. Chen (JPL/Caltech), E. E. Becklin (UCLA), M. Tamura (NAOJ) and E. S. Phinney (Caltech)
65.07 A Self-consistent Design Approach to the Removal of Galactic ``Cirrus'' Emission from IRAS Images
L. X. He, P. N. Appleton, J. P. Basart and J. A. Pedelty
65.08 Anisotropic Interstellar Scattering of OH masers in W49N
K. Desai (UCSB/NRAO), C. Gwinn (UCSB) and P. Diamond (NRAO)

Session 66. Supernova Remnants

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30, Hennepin/Carver

66.01D A New Determination of the Supernova Rate for the Berkeley Automated Supernova Search
C. K. Smith (LBL, UCB)
66.02 HST Emission Line Images of the SN1987A Environment
C. J. Burrows (STSci), J. J. Hester (Arizona State University), J. Krist (STSci), K. R. Stapelfeldt (JPL), J. Trauger (JPL) and W. Idt
66.03 Constraints On Model Parameters From The Light Curve Of SN 1993J
T. R. Young, E. Baron and D. Branch (University of Oklahoma)
66.04 Radio Supernovae
R. Sramek, M. Rupen (NRAO), S. Van Dyk, K. Weiler (NRL) and N. Panagia (STScI)
66.05D Gamma-Ray Imaging of the Crab and Vela Regions with the UCR Double Compton Telescope
A. Sarmouk (University of California, Riverside)
66.06 Supernova Remnants as Possible Candidates for EGRET Unidentified Sources in the Galactic Plane
J. A. Esposito, B. L. Dingus, J. R. Mattox, R. Mukherjee, P. Sreekumar, D. L. Bertsch, C. E. Fichtel, R. C. Hartman, S. D. Hunter, D. J. Thompson, G. Kanbach, H. A. Mayer-Hasselwander, C. von Montigny, J. M. Fierro, Y. C. Lin, P. F. Michelson, P. L. Nolan, D. A. Kniffen, E. J. Schneid and S. W. Digel
66.07 OSSE Observations of $\gamma$-ray Emissions from the Cassiopeia A Supernova Remnant
L. -S. The, D. D. Clayton, M. D. Leising (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University), W. N. Johnson, R. L. Kinzer, J. D. Kurfess, M. S. Strickman (E.O. Hulburt Center for Space Research, Naval Research Laboratory), G. V. Jung (Universities Space Research Associates), D. A. Grabelsky, W. R. Purcell and M. P. Ulmer (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Northwestern University)

Session 67. Compact Objects/Stellar Winds

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30, Duluth

67.01D The Origin and Evolution of the White Dwarf Stars
J. C. Clemens (Iowa State University)
67.02D Short Timescale Variability of the Hard X-ray Flux from Cygnus X-1
W. T. Bridgman, M. D. Leising and D. D. Clayton (Clemson University)
67.03 BATSE Earth Occultation Observations of Cygnus X-1 in 1993
J. C. Ling, W. A. Wheaton, R. T. Skelton (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), B. A. Harmon, B. C. Rubin, G. J. Fishman (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center) and W. S. Paciesas (University of Alabama in Huntsville)
67.04 Physical Conditions at the Origin of the SS433 Jets
T. Koupelis (UWMC)
67.05 The Outer Envelope of the Wolf-Rayet Star $\gamma ^{2}$ Velorem
D. E. Hogg (National Radio Astronomy Observatory)

Session 68. Invited Talk

Oral, Thursday, 11:40-12:30, Salons EFG

68.01 Binary Pulsars and Relativistic Gravity
J. H. Taylor (Princeton University)
68.02 The Discovery of the Binary Pulsar
R. A. Hulse (Princeton Univ.)