Session List


Session 66. Invited Talk

Invited, Wednesday, 8:30-9:20am, Frontenac Ballroom

66.01 The Theoretical Agenda in Cosmic Backround Radiation Research
J. R. Bond (U. Toronto)

Session 67. ISM in Galaxies

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

67.01 The Mid-Infrared Morphology of Normal Galaxies: ISOCAM images at 7 and 15 microns
N. A. Silbermann, G. Helou, C. A. Beichman (IPAC/Caltech), H. L. Dinerstein (U. Texas), D. J. Hollenbach (NASA/Ames), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.), K. Y. Lo (U. Illinois), S. Lord (IPAC/Caltech), N. Lu (IPAC/Caltech), S. Malhotra (IPAC/Caltech), R. H. Rubin (NASA), G. Stacey (Cornell University), H. Thronson (Univ. of Wyoming), M. W. Werner (JPL)
67.02 Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy of Normal Galaxies
N. Y. Lu, G. Helou, C. A. Beichman (IPAC/Caltech), H. L. Dinerstein (U. Texas), D. J. Hollenbach, R. H. Rubin (NASA/Ames), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.), K. Y. Lo (U. Illinois), S. Lord, S. Malhotra, N. Silbermann (IPAC/Caltech), G. Stacey (Cornell U.), H. Thronson (U. Wyoming), M. W. Werner (JPL)
67.03 FIR-Bright Galaxies with an Extreme [CII] Deficiency: Where are the PDRs?
S. Malhotra, C. A. Beichman, G. Helou, S. Lord, N. Y. Lu, N. Silbermann (IPAC/Caltech), H. L. Dinerstein (U. Texas), D. J. Hollenbach, R. H. Rubin (NASA/Ames), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.), K. Y. Lo (U. Illinois), G. Stacey (Cornell U.), H. Thronson (U. Wyoming), M. W. Werner (JPL)
67.04 The ISO Key Project on the ISM of Normal Galaxies
G. Helou, C. A. Beichman (IPAC/Caltech), H. L. Dinerstein (U. Texas), D. J. Hollenbach (NASA/Ames), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.), K. Y. Lo (U. Illinois), S. Lord, N. Y. Lu, S. Malhotra (IPAC/Caltech), R. H. Rubin (NASA/Ames), N. Silbermann (IPAC/Caltech), G. Stacey (Cornell U.), H. Thronson (U. Wyoming), M. W. Werner (JPL)
67.05 The UV-Infrared Energy Budget in Spiral Galaxies: Is There a Single Dominant Grain-Heating Population?
L. V. Jones (U. Florida), W. C. Keel (U. Alabama)
67.06 A Detection of Cold Dust in the Extended Disks of Nearby Field Galaxies
A. E. Nelson, D. Zaritsky (UCO/Lick Observatory), R. M. Cutri (IPAC-Caltech)
67.07 Dust Mass Determination of Disk Galaxies
G. J. Madsen, A. N. Witt, K. D. Gordon (U. Toledo), P. Grosbøl (ESO)
67.08 Scattering and Dichroic Extinction: Polarimetric Signatures of Galaxies
K. Wood (U. Wisconsin)
67.09 Far Infrared Emission From Early-Type Galaxies
J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan), C. V. Cox (U. Virginia)
67.10 The Association of X-ray Emission, Ionized Gas, and Dust Extinction in NGC 5846
P. Goudfrooij (STScI), G. Trinchieri (MPIfE)
67.11 The Interaction Between Stellar Mass Loss and the ISM in Ellipticals
J. R. Parriott, J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan)
67.12 Differences Between the Molecular Gas Around a Giant HII Region and a Normal HII Region in M101
J. Giannakopoulou, M. Fich (U. Waterloo), C. D. Wilson (McMaster U.)
67.13 Physical Conditions of Molecular Clouds in the Irregular Galaxies IC 10 and NGC 6822
G. R. Petitpas, C. D. Wilson (McMaster U.)
67.14 Atomic Carbon in Normal Galaxies: I. Individual Molecular Clouds in M33
C. D. Wilson (McMaster U.)

Session 68. Disk Galaxies

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

68.01 Near-Infrared Observations of Circumnuclear Star Formation in NGC 3351 and NGC 5248
D. Elmegreen, F. Chromey (Vassar Coll.), B. Elmegreen (IBM Watson Res. Ctr.), M. Santos (Vassar Coll.), D. Marshall (Colgate U.)
68.02 Kinematics and Dynamics of the Barred Spiral NGC 5383
K. Sheth, M. W. Regan, S. N. Vogel (U. Maryland)
68.03 Optical Velocity Field in NGC3310
N. A. Sharp (NOAO)
68.04 The HI Distribution and Kinematics in Sa Galaxies
K. P. Jore, M. P. Haynes (Cornell U.), A. H. Broeils (Stockholm Obs.)
68.05 Neutral Hydrogen in M 108 (NGC 3556) and the Discovery of HI Supershells
D. L. Giguere, J. Irwin (Queen's U.)
68.06 New Clues on the Structure and Dynamics of Boxy/Peanut Bulges in Disk Galaxies
M. Bureau, K. C. Freeman (MSSSO, Australian National U.)
68.07 The Global Schmidt Law in Galaxies
R. C. Kennicutt (U.Arizona)
68.08 HST WFPC-2 Observations of Typical Star Formation in M101
P. A. Scowen, J. J. Hester (Arizona State U.), J. S. Gallagher III, E. Wilcots (U. Wisconsin - Madison), W. Idt
68.09 Chemical Abundances in the Outer Regions of Disk Galaxies
A. M. N. Ferguson, R. F. G. Wyse (Johns Hopkins U.), J. S. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin--Madison), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.)
68.10 The Spiral Structure of M100
T. K. Wyder, P. W. Hodge (U. Washington), K. Krienke (Seattle Pacific U.)
68.11 The Nature of Arms in Spiral Galaxies: Symmetries and Asymmetries
M. S. d. R. Alvarez, E. Brinks (Dep. de Astronomía, IFUG), M. S. d. Río, J. Cepa (I.A.C.)
68.12 Infrared Imaging Polarimetry of Galaxies
T. J. Jones (U Minn)
68.13 Deep Surface Photometry of the Edge-on Spiral NGC 891
H. Morrison (Case Western Reserve Univ.), E. Miller (Oberlin College/ U. Michigan), P. Harding (Steward Obs.), D. Stinebring (Oberlin College), T. Boroson (USGP/NOAO)
68.14 Deep K_dark Band Infrared Imaging of Edge on Spiral Galaxies
J. P. Lloyd (U. Chicago), B. J. Rauscher (U. Durham), M. Hereld, D. Barnaby, S. A. Severson (U. Chicago), R. F. Loewenstein, D. A. Harper, F. Mrozek (Yerkes Obs.)
68.15 Surface Brightness Profiles for 659 Spiral and Lenticular Galaxies
K. S. J. Anderson (New Mexico State Univ.), S. M. Baggett (STScI), W. E. Baggett (CSC)
68.16 A ROSAT PSPC Study of NGC 55
E. M. Schlegel (SAO), P. Barrett (NASA-GSFC/USRA), K. Singh (NASA-GSFC and TIFR, India)
68.17 Multiband Imaging and the Star Formation History of Im-Galaxy NGC 4449
S. M. Anderson (Guilford College), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.)
68.18 Dynamical Friction and the Evolution of Precessing Galactic Disks and Rings
J. Dubinski (CITA), R. Nelson (Caltech)

Session 69. Starburst Galaxies

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

69.01 First SCUBA submillimetre images and photometry of starburst galaxies and other AGNs.
I. Robson, W. Gear, J. Stevens, W. Holland (JAC)
69.02 Pre-Starbursts in Luminous Infrared Galaxies
K. Y. Lo, Y. Gao, R. Gruendl (U. Illinois), C. Hwang (ASIAA, Taiwan), S. Veilleux (U. Maryland)
69.03 Observing Near the Galactic Lyman Limit: Revisions to the Ionizing Flux from Starburst Galaxies Observed with HUT
M. Hurwitz, P. Jelinsky, W. V. D. Dixon (SSL/UCB)
69.04 IRAS Imaging of Interacting Galaxies at Various Stages of Merging
P. C. Stine (Bloomsburg U.)

Session 70. The Milky Way

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

70.01 Multiwavelength Milky Way: An Educational Poster
D. Leisawitz (NASA/GSFC), S. W. Digel (Hughes STX, NASA/GSFC), S. Geitz (Purdue Univ. Technical Graphics Dept.)
70.02 Using the Galactic Plane Survey Data Base to Search for Exchanges between the Disk and Halo of the Milky Way
J. English, J. A. Irwin (Queen's U.)
70.03 The Distribution of Evolved IR Variable Stars in the Galaxy
R. McGary (U. Wyoming, Furman U.), R. Canterna (U. Wyoming)
70.04 The Milky Way in Molecular Clouds: A New CO Panorama
T. M. Dame, D. Hartmann, P. Thaddeus (CfA)
70.05 The Shapes of the Galactic Bar and Old Stellar Disk
H. Freudenreich (Hughes STX)
70.06 Warped Ionized Hydrogen in the Milky Way
J. C. Cersosimo (Humacao campus of the U.P.R.), I. N. Azcarate (I.A.R. CONICET,Argentina), L. M. Wilkes, Y. A. Cordero (Humacao campus of the U.P.R)
70.07 A Hard X-ray Survey of the Galactic Ridge with RXTE
A. Valinia, F. E. Marshall, K. Ebisawa, K. Jahoda, N. Gehrels, A. P. Smale, N. E. White (NASA/GSFC)
70.08 The Milky Way Halo -- A Kinematic Bowl of Spaghetti?
P. Harding, E. Olszewski (Steward Obs.), K. Freeman (MSSSO), M. Mateo (U. Michigan), H. Morrison (CWRU), J. Norris (MSSSO)

Session 71. Globular Clusters

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

71.01 Pal 3 and Eridanus: HST CMDs of Second-Parameter Globular Clusters in the Outer Halo
P. B. Stetson, J. E. Hesser, R. D. McClure, S. van den Bergh (NRC/HIA/DAO), M. Bolte (Lick), W. E. Harris (McMaster U.), D. A. VandenBerg (U. Victoria), H. E. Bond (STScI), G. G. Fahlman, H. B. Richer (UBC), R. A. Bell (U. Md.)
71.02 NGC 2419: An M92 Twin At 95 Kpc
J. E. Hesser, P. B. Stetson, R. D. McClure, S. van den Bergh (NRC/HIA/DAO), W. E. Harris (McMaster U.), M. Bolte (Lick), D. A. VandenBerg (U. Victoria), H. E. Bond (STScI), G. G. Fahlman, H. B. Richer (UBC), R. A. Bell (U. Md.)
71.03 IC 1257: A Long-Lost Globular Cluster
W. E. Harris (McMaster U.), R. Phelps (Carnegie Obs.), B. F. Madore (NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database), O. Pevunova (IPAC/CalTech)
71.04 Isotopic Carbon Abundances in NGC 288 and 362 Bright Giants
M. M. Briley (U. Wisconsin Oshkosh), N. B. Suntzeff (CTIO), V. V. Smith (U. Texas El Passo), R. A. Bell (U. Maryland), J. Norris (MSSSO)
71.05 Metallicity Study of Globular Cluster M28
D. Kramer (UW Oshkosh, MMO), E. Barrett (Cornell, MMO), E. Friel (Boston U.), L. Fullton (STSI), S. Balachandran (U. Md)
71.06 Radial Variations in the Stellar Populations of the Globular Cluster M5.
L. Olguin, J. J. Gonzalez (Inst. de Astronomia - UNAM, Mexico)
71.07 Cool Stars in the Halo
J. E. Gizis (Caltech)
71.08 The IMF of Low Mass Stars in Globular Clusters
G. De Marchi, F. Paresce (ESO)
71.09 WFPC2 Imaging of the Collapsed-Core Globular Clusters NGC 6284 and NGC 6293
S. D. Slavin, P. M. Lugger, H. N. Cohn (Indiana Univ.), J. E. Grindlay (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
71.10 HST\//WFPC2 Observations of Tidal Tails in Globular Star Clusters in M31
S. Holland, G. G. Fahlman, H. B. Richer (U. British Columbia)
71.11 HST Color-Magnitude Diagrams of Super-Metal-Rich Globular Clusters in the M31 Bulge
P. Jablonka (Obs. de Paris), T. Bridges (RGO Cambridge), A. Sarajedini (NOAO/KPNO), G. Meylan (ESO), G. Meynet, A. Maeder (Obs. de Geneve)
71.12 Eclipsing Binary Stars in Globular Clusters
K. von Braun, M. Mateo (U. Michigan), L. Yan (ESO)
71.13 Kinematic Evidence for Tidal Heating in M15
G. A. Drukier, H. N. Cohn, P. M. Lugger, S. D. Slavin, R. C. Berrington (Indiana U.), B. W. Murphy (Butler U.), P. O. Seitzer (U. Michigan)
71.14 The Evolution of Globular Cluster Systems: Initial Characteristics and the Importance of the Parent Galaxies
R. E. Bartlett, R. Ciardullo (Penn State U.)
71.15 The Globular Cluster System of NGC 3115
J. Kavelaars, D. A. Hanes (Queen's U.)
71.16 The Globular Cluster Systems of NGC 1400 and NGC 1407
K. M. Perrett, D. A. Hanes, S. T. Butterworth, J. J. Kavelaars (Queen's U.), D. Geisler (CTIO), W. E. Harris (McMaster U.)
71.17 The M31 Globular Cluster System
P. Seitzer (U. Michigan), K. R. Banas (Caltech), T. Armandroff (NOAO)
71.18 3 Old LMC Clusters: CMDs from HST Images
J. A. Johnson (UCSC), M. Bolte (UCO/Lick)

Session 72. Open Clusters

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

72.01 Deep CCD Photometry of Old Open Clusters
M. Kassis, K. Janes (Boston U.), E. D. Friel (Boston U. and NSF), R. L. Phelps (Carnegie Obs.)
72.02 CCD Imaging of the Open Cluster NGC 3293
R. Slawson, Z. Ninkov (R.I.T.)
72.03 Membership, Age, and Rotation in IC2602
B. M. Patten (Smith College, FCAD), T. Simon (IfA), J. R. Stauffer, C. F. Prosser (CfA)
72.04 N-Body Numerical Simulations for Orbits of Old Open Clusters
L. Hsu (MMO and Johns Hopkins Univ), A. Noriega-Crespo (MMO and IPAC), E. D. Friel (MMO and NSF)
72.05 A Purely Empirical UBVRIJHK color-T_eff Calibration for Multi-metallicity Isochrones and Population Models
G. Worthey, B. Fisher (U. Michigan)
72.06 HST Observations of an Unusual Brightening of the Eclipsing Binary Star AKO9 in the core of the Globular Cluster 47 Tuc
G. Meylan (ESO), D. Minniti (LLNL), C. Pryor (Rutgers Univ.), E. S. Phinney (Caltech), B. Sams (MPI-Ext.Phy.), C. G. Tinney (AAO)
72.07 Evolution of Blue Stragglers
A. Sills (Yale U.), J. Lombardi (Cornell U.), C. Bailyn, P. Demarque (Yale U.), F. Rasio (MIT), S. Shapiro (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
72.08 Be Stars and Physical Properties of the Young Open Cluster NGC 6834
G. J. Miller (Mount Laguna Obs.), E. K. Grebel (Astron. Inst. U. Wuerzburg), K. M. Yoss (U. Illinois)
72.09 Metallicity Studies of the Old Open Cluster Collinder 261
E. Barrett (MMO, Cornell), D. Kramer (MMO, U.Wisconsin,Oshkosh), E. D. Friel (MMO,NSF), L. K. Fullton (STScI), S. Balachandran (UMD)
72.10 Comparison of CN-Band Strengths in Open Clusters
B. Hufnagel (Michigan State Univ.)
72.11 The Iron Project: Atomic Data for the Iron Peak Elements
A. K. Pradhan, H. L. Zhang, S. N. Nahar, P. Romano, M. A. Bautista (Ohio State U.)

Session 73. Gravitational Lensing

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

73.01 Mass Profiles of Galaxies in CL0024 from Strong Lensing
I. P. Dell'Antonio, G. P. Kochanski, J. A. Tyson (Bell Labs)
73.02 Detailed Mass Distribution in CL0024 from Strong Lensing
G. P. Kochanski, I. P. Dell'Antonio, J. A. Tyson (Bell Labs)
73.03 The Mass Distribution of the Most Luminous X-ray Cluster RXJ1347.5-1145 from Gravitational Lensing
P. Fischer (U. Michigan), J. A. Tyson (Bell Labs - Lucent Tech.)

Session 74. Pulsars

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

74.01 Plasma Generation in the Pulsar Magnetosphere
P. Arendt Jr., J. A. Eilek (NMIMT)
74.02 The Distribution of Pulsar Velocities
B. M. S. Hansen (CITA), E. S. Phinney (Caltech)
74.03 Pulsar radio emission mechanisms.
M. Lyutikov (Caltech)
74.04 The Position and Proper Motion of PSR\thinspaceB1257+12
C. O. Heinke (Carleton College), D. A. Frail (NRAO), A. Wolszczan (Penn State)
74.05 A Broad-Band X-Ray Study of the Geminga Pulsar
F. Y. -H. Wang, J. P. Halpern (Columbia Astrophysics Lab.)
74.06 Multifrequency Pulsar single pulse observations
L. Wilkes (U. Puerto Rico, Humacao), K. Xilouris (Arecibo Obs., NAIC, P.R.), M. Kramer (MPI Radioastronomy)
74.07 Phase-Coherent Pulsar Data Analysis Using the S2 Baseband Recording System
D. A. Del Rizzo, W. Van Straten, N. Bartel (York U.), W. Cannon (ISTS/York U.), R. Wietfeldt (NASA JPL), M. Bailes (Melbourne U.)
74.08 Polarimetry of Millisecond Pulsars
S. Sallmen, D. C. Backer (U. California at Berkeley), M. Kramer (MPI für Radioastronomie)
74.09 Pulsar Population Synthesis
O. Warren, O. Blaes (UCSB)

Session 75. Infrared Instrumentation

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

75.01 The South Pole Imaging Fabry Perot Interferometer (SPIFI)
C. M. Bradford, G. J. Stacey, M. R. Swain (Cornell U.), A. D. Bolatto, J. M. Jackson (Boston U.), J. A. Davidson, M. Savage (SETI Inst.)
75.02 A Proposed 10 meter Submillimeter-wave Telescope for the South Pole
C. K. Walker (Steward Obs.), A. A. Stark (CfA), J. B. Peterson (CMU), A. P. Lane (CfA)
75.03 Cooled near-IR Fabry-Perot spectrometer with large array detector.
A. Kutyrev, C. L. Bennett, S. H. Moseley (GSFC/NASA), F. L. Roesler (U. Wisconsin-Madison)
75.04 Drift Scanning Using Near Infrared Arrays
V. Gorjian, E. L. Wright, I. S. McLean (UCLA)
75.05 First Light Report on TGIRS - DU's New mid-IR Spectrometer
R. E. Stencel, M. J. Creech-Eakman, D. I. Klebe, W. J. Williams (U. Denver)

Session 76. Cataclysmic Variables and Accretion Disks

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

76.01 Cataclysmic Variable Production in Globular Clusters
M. B. Davies (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge)
76.02 Searching for Faint cataclysmic Variables: Seeking the truth about their Space Density
S. B. Howell (U. Wyoming), R. Clowes (U. Central Lancashire)
76.03 HST Observations of Cataclysmic Variables, White Dwarfs, and Other UV-Bright Stars in the Globular Cluster NGC 6397
A. M. Cool (San Francisco State U.), C. Sosin, I. R. King (U.C. Berkeley), H. N. Cohn, P. M. Lugger (Indiana U.), C. D. Bailyn (Yale U.), J. E. Grindlay (Harvard U.)
76.04 On the Existence of Low-Luminosity, Short-Period Cataclysmic Variables Beyond the Orbital Period Minimum
M. Politano (ASU), S. B. Howell (U. Wyoming), S. Rappaport (MIT)
76.05 Temperature Mapping of IP Peg on Decline from Outburst
S. Vrielmann, K. Horne (St. Andrews, Scotland), R. Baptista (Dept. de Fisica, Florianopolis, Brazil), F. V. Hessman (Uni-Sternwarte Goettingen, Germany)
76.06 Analysis of High Time Resolution Optical Spectra of RX J0558.0+5353
K. A. Walker (MMO/Albertson College), P. M. Garnavich (CfA), A. Noriega-Crespo (IPAC/MMO)
76.07 Lithium Production in Soft X-ray Transients
I. Yi, R. Narayan (Inst. for Advanced Study)
76.08 Properties of the SW Sextantis Stars: Clues to the Underlying Phenomenon
D. W. Hoard, P. Szkody (U. Washington)
76.09 Observations of the Cataclysmic Variable V592 Cas.
M. Huber, S. Howell (U. Wyoming), B. Fried (Braeside Obs.)
76.10 Ultraviolet Spectroscopy in AM Herculis Stars
J. L. Cash, S. B. Howell (U. Wyoming), K. O. Mason (Mullard Space Science Lab.)
76.11 Visualizing an SPH Model of Accretion Disks in Cataclysmic Variables
N. A. Miller, J. C. Simpson, M. A. Wood (Florida Inst. of Tech.)
76.12 Cooling Fronts in Accretion Disks and Constraints on the Disk Viscosity
E. T. Vishniac, J. C. Wheeler (U. Texas)
76.13 Accretion Disk and Boundary Layer Models Incorporating the OPAL Opacity Table
T. J. B. Collins, H. L. Helfer (U. Rochester), H. M. Van Horn (NSF)
76.14 Evidence for Black Hole Event Horizons?, or Luminosities of Black Hole and Neutron Star Transients
M. Garcia, J. McClintock (SAO), R. Narayan (HCO)
76.15 Relativistic Diskoseismology
D. E. Lehr, R. V. Wagoner, A. S. Silbergleit (Stanford U.), M. A. Nowak, M. C. Begelman (JILA, U. Colorado)

Session 77. Binary Stars

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

77.01 An H\alpha Survey of Colliding Winds in Massive Binaries
M. Thaller (GSU)
77.02 Zeta^2 Coronae Borealis, a Spectroscopic Triple System Including an Asynchronous Close Binary
C. L. Mulliss, K. D. Gordon (U. Toledo)
77.03 HST/GHRS Observations of the Hot Companion of the Be-binary Phi Persei
D. R. Gies, M. L. Thaller, W. G. Bagnuolo Jr., A. B. Kaye (GSU), G. J. Peters (USC), L. R. Penny (U. Montreal)
77.04 Mass Transfer in AX Monocerotis
J. M. Blondin, J. Wilson (NCSU)
77.05 Further Evolution of Light Curve Modeling
E. F. Milone, J. McVean (RAO, U. Calgary), J. Kallrath (BASF, U. Bonn), D. Terrell (U. Florida), W. VanHamme (FIU), A. T. Young (SDSU)
77.06 A Preliminary Analysis of IUE Spectra of the Interacting Binary V356 Sgr
S. W. Roby (SUNY Oswego), R. S. Polidan (NASA/GSFC), K. Fraser, J. M. Hassett, K. E. Mauser (SUNY Oswego)
77.07 Continuum and Emission Line Spectropolarimetry of the Interacting Binaries V356 Sgr and TT Hya
D. E. Lynch (GST and U. Maryland), R. S. Polidan (GSFC), C. D. Keyes (STScI), K. H. Nordsieck (U. Wisconsin), G. J. Peters (USC)
77.08 A Search for Stellar Duplicity and Variability from FGS Guide Star Acquisitions and Guiding Data - Project Status
J. Hershey (CSC/STScI), G. Schneider (U. of Az.), M. Wenz (CSC/STScI)
77.09 BD+33 1646, a dMe Triple
K. W. Kamper, J. R. Thomson (David Dunlap Obs.), L. Kiss (JATE Univ., Hungary)
77.10 Variable Stars Within Visual Binary Systems
R. L. Walker (USNO Flagstaff)
77.11 Recent Results from the Navy Prototype Optical Interferometer
A. R. Hajian (USNO - Optical Interferometer Project)
77.12 An estimate of the binarity of AeBe stars
N. Pirzkal, E. J. Spillar, H. M. Dyck (U. Wyoming)
77.13 Separate Spectra of the Components of the Low-mass Binary L722-22
D. Chance, J. Hershey (CSC/STScI)
77.14 RZ Cassiopeiae: Evidence for Spots on the Surface of the Primary Star in an Algol-type Eclipsing Binary System
S. M. Davis, T. J. Balonek (Colgate Univ.)
77.15 Time-series analysis of X-ray variability in the low-mass X-ray binary Scorpius X-1
M. Templeton, B. Mcnamara, P. Mason, T. Harrison (NMSU)
77.16 Doppler Tomography of Ultraviolet Spectra of the RS CVn Binary HR 1099
E. W. Rosolowsky, M. T. Richards (U. Virginia)
77.17 ASCA Observations of the Unusual Wolf-Rayet Star HD50896 (= EZ CMa)
S. Skinner (JILA/U. Colorado), F. Nagase, H. Ozawa (ISAS), M. Itoh (Kobe U.)
77.18 On the Road to Determining the White Dwarf Luminosity Function: A Comparison of Two Photometric Reduction Methods
R. S. French (M.T.S.U.), T. D. Oswalt (Fla.Tech)
77.19 ASCA Observations of the Super-soft Sources CAL87 and RXJ0925.7--475
K. Ebisawa, K. Mukai, A. Smale (NASA/GSFC), K. Asai, T. Dotani, F. Nagase (ISAS), T. Kotani (RIKEN), H. W. Hartmann, J. Heise (SRON), P. Kahabka (U. Amsterdam), A. van Teeseling (U. Göttingen)

Session 78. Stars - Young and Old, Large and Small

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

78.01 The Mass-Luminosity Relationship of Massive Stars
V. Burkholder (Northern Arizona U.), P. Massey (KPNO)
78.02 Weak Interaction Rates in Convective Silicon Burning in Massive Stars
G. Bazan, D. Arnett (Steward Obs.)
78.03 HST/WFPC2 imaging polarimetry of Eta Carinae
R. E. Schulte-Ladbeck (U.Pitt), M. Clampin, A. Pasquali, O. L. Lupie (STScI), D. J. Hillier (U.Pitt), A. Nota (STScI)
78.04 Phoenix (IR) and Optical Observations of Magnetic Fields on M Dwarfs
J. Valenti, C. M. Johns--Krull (JILA), S. Saar (CfA), K. Hinkle, D. Joyce (NOAO)
78.05 Post Main Sequence Evolution of Very Low Mass Stars
G. Laughlin, F. Adams (U. Michigan), P. Bodenheimer (Lick Obs.)
78.06 New Models for Angular Momentum Evolution : Implications for the Primordial Lithium Abundance
M. H. Pinsonneault, V. K. Narayanan, A. Krishnamurthi (Ohio State U.)
78.07 Simultaneous X-ray, UV, and Optical Variations in \lambda Eri (B2e)
M. A. Smith (CSC/IUE), T. Murakami (ISAS, Japan), B. Anandarao (PRL, India)
78.08 Lyman-Pumped Recombination: A New Take on HeI Line Emission in the B2e Star \lambda Eri
D. H. Cohen (U. Wisc), M. A. Smith (CSC/IUE), J. MacFarlane (U. Wisc)
78.09 The Production of the Elements C through Al in Globular Cluster Red Giant Stars
R. M. Cavallo, R. A. Bell (U. Maryland), A. V. Sweigart (NASA/GSFC-LASP)
78.10 Measurement of Neutrino Emission Rates in Cool Pre-White Dwarfs
M. S. O'Brien, S. D. Kawaler (Iowa State U.)
78.11 Defining the \chi Lupi Abundance Peak Among the 5d and 6p Elements
G. M. Wahlgren (U. Lund/CSC), D. S. Leckrone (NASA/GSFC/LASP), T. Brage, S. Johansson (U. Lund), C. R. Proffitt (CSC/GSFC)
78.12 ``Which Isochrones?'' Revisited
C. Corbally (Vatican Obs.)
78.13 Composition Mixing during Blue Straggler Fromation and Evolution
E. Sandquist (Northwestern U), M. Bolte, L. Hernquist (UCSC)
78.14 GHRS Spectra of the Fe XXI 1354 Åand He II 1640 ÅLines from each of the Capella Stars
J. L. Linsky, B. E. Wood (JILA/Univ. Colorado and NIST)
78.15 Fishing in the Coronal Graveyard
T. R. Ayres, A. Brown, G. M. Harper, P. D. Bennett (CASA), J. L. Linsky (JILA), K. G. Carpenter (GSFC), R. D. Robinson (CSC)
78.16 The Continuing Search for Intrinsic Polarization in O Stars
D. McDavid (Limber Obs.)
78.17 An IR Survey of Faint Parallax Stars
H. H. Guetter, F. J. Vrba (USNO)
78.18 G357.1-00.2: a Peculiar Nonthermal Radio Source Near the Galactic Centre.
A. D. Gray (DRAO)

Session 79. White Dwarf Stars

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

79.01 Distances to White Dwarf Stars from HIPPARCOS
J. Provencal, H. Shipman (U. Delaware), E. Hoeg (U. Kobenhavn), P. Thejll (Nordita)
79.02 A New K0 IV--V Plus White Dwarf Binary in The EUVE Survey
D. J. Christian, S. Vennes (CEA/UCB), M. Mathioudakis (Queens U. Belfast)
79.03 Spectroscopic Orbits for Two White Dwarf Binaries Identified In X-ray, EUV, And UV Surveys by ROSAT And IUE
N. C. Emley (U. Massachusetts), D. W. Latham, R. P. Stefanik, G. Torres (CfA)
79.04 An SPH Simulation of the Proposed Phase-Separation-Induced Rayleigh-Taylor Mixing in White Dwarf Stars
J. C. Simpson, M. A. Wood (Florida Inst. of Tech.)
79.05 The White Dwarf Luminosity Function and the Age of the Galaxy
J. A. Smith (U. Michigan), T. D. Oswalt (Florida Tech)

Session 80. Stellar Population in Cluster Galaxies

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

80.01 Influence of Environments on Star Formation Properties of Galaxies
Y. Hashimoto (Yale U.), A. Oemler Jr. (Carnegie Obs.)
80.02 The Variation in Star Formation Properties Between Nearby Galaxy Clusters
V. Andersen (U. Alabama)
80.03 Structure and Star Formation Rates in Nearby and Distant Field Galaxies
M. Takamiya (U. Chicago)
80.04 Massive Star Formation and the Virgo Cluster Environment
R. A. Koopmann, J. D. P. Kenney (Yale U.)
80.05 The IC 342-Maffei 1 Group Revealed
M. L. McCall (York U.), R. Buta (U.Alabama)
80.06 Direct Detection of Intergalactic Stars in the Virgo Cluster
H. Ferguson (STScI), N. Tanvir (IoA), T. von Hippel (WIYN)

Session 81. Variable Cool and Late Type Stars

Display, Wednesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Metropolitan Ballroom

81.01 The Determination of Metallicity and Temperature for Late-type (Sub)Dwarfs Using Broad-band Photometry
C. A. P. Krawchuk (York U.)
81.02 Synthetic Spectra and Near-Infrared Colors of Dwarf Carbon Stars
R. F. Wing (Ohio State U.), U. G. Jørgensen (Niels Bohr Inst., Copenhagen U.)
81.03 Spectrum Synthesis of Hot Water in Sunspots and Selected Cool Stars
D. F. Carbon, D. Goorvitch (NASA ARC)
81.04 Possible Detection of a Residual Non-Cyclic Distributed Dynamo in ``Maunder Minimum'' Stars
S. H. Saar, E. E. DeLuca (SAO), S. L. Baliunas, R. A. Donahue (Mount Wilson Inst.)
81.05 The Physical Basis of MK Luminosity Classification in the A and F-type Stars
R. O. Gray, P. W. Graham, S. R. Hoyt (Appalachian State U.)
81.06 Studies of Large-amplitude Delta Scuti Variables: DY Pegasi
W. J. F. Wilson, E. F. Milone, D. J. I. Fry (RAO, U. Calgary)
81.07 Demographics of variability: 41 sunlike stars and the Sun compared
G. W. Lockwood, B. A. Skiff (Lowell Obs.)
81.08 Multiwavelength Activity Profiles of Cool Stars
J. C. Hall (Lowell Obs.), S. L. Baliunas (CfA)
81.09 Chromospheric Line Blanketing and the Hydrogen Spectrum of dM Stars
C. I. Short, J. G. Doyle (Armagh Obs.)
81.10 Polar Magnetic Activity and Spindown on the Lower Main Sequence
D. L. Buzasi (Valdosta State U.)
81.11 HD 161817 is not a Variable Star in Four-color Photometry
A. G. D. Philip (ISO and Union College)
81.12 New Periods and Reclassification of Selected RR Lyrae Stars
P. J. Benson (Wellesley C.)
81.13 A Luminosity-[Fe/H] Relation for RR Lyrae Stars Derived from Fourier Parameters
C. M. Clement (U. Toronto)
81.14 Radial Velocity Dispersion of Field Horizontal Branch Stars
J. L. Sievers (MIT), G. W. Preston (OCIW), P. L. Schechter (MIT), S. A. Shectman (OCIW), C. C. Wiegert (U. Chicago)

Session 82. Gravitational Lensing & Dark Matter

Oral, Wednesday, 10:00-11:30am, Frontenac Ballroom

82.01 An Update on the MACHO project: a Search for Gravitational Microlensing
C. Stubbs (U. Washington)
82.02 The Dynamical State of Clusters
G. K. Squires (Center for Particle Astrophysics)
82.03 Probing the Distributions of Dark Matter and Baryons in Abell 2163
A. Babul (NYU)
82.04 Mass Estimates of a Sample of X-ray Luminous Galaxy Clusters from Weak Gravitational Lensing.
H. Dahle (U.Toronto), P. B. Lilje (U.Oslo, Norway), S. J. Maddox (RGO, UK), N. Kaiser (CIAR and CITA)
82.05 Weak Gravitational Lensing Measurement of Cluster Halos
M. R. Metzger (Caltech)
82.06 Constraining Ømega_0 using weak gravitational lensing by clusters
G. Wilson, N. Kaiser (CITA), S. Cole, C. Frenk (U. Durham)
82.07 Weak Lensing using Wide Area Imaging Surveys
A. Stebbins (Fermilab)

Session 83. Galaxy Evolution/Interaction

Oral, Wednesday, 10:00-11:30am, Piers 4/5

83.01D Possible Dynamical Scenarios of Faint Objects in the Hubble Deep Field
W. N. Colley, J. E. Rhoads, O. Y. Gnedin, J. P. Ostriker (Princeton U.)
83.02D Galaxy Formation from Subgalactic-sized Clumps at z\simeq 2.39
S. M. Pascarelle, R. A. Windhorst (ASU), W. C. Keel (U of AL), N. Scoville, L. Armus (Caltech)
83.03 Galaxy Evolution Over 0 < z < 4 from Photometric Redshifts in the Hubble Deep Field
M. J. Sawicki, H. Lin, H. K. C. Yee (U. Toronto)
83.04 Low Ionization Absorbing Gas Kinematics Around z\sim 1 Galaxies
C. W. Churchill (Penn State), C. C. Steidel (Caltech), S. S. Vogt (Lick/UCSC)
83.05 The Properties of Groups of Galaxies: Insights Into Galaxy Evolution and Cosmology
J. S. Mulchaey (Carnegie Obs.), A. I. Zabludoff (UC Santa Cruz/Lick Obs.)
83.06 Near Parabolic Orbits in Relation to Merger Rates of Galaxies
T. K. Chatterjee, V. B. Magalinsky (FCFM, U. A. Puebla, Mexico)

Session 84. Dwarf Galaxies

Oral, Wednesday, 10:00-11:30am, Harbour B

84.01D The Phase Structure of the Neutral ISM in a Sample of Nearby Dwarf Galaxies
L. M. Young (NRAO and U. Illinois)
84.02D The Properties and Evolution of Low Surface Brightness Disk Galaxies
E. de Blok, T. van der Hulst (Kapteyn Astr. Inst., Netherlands), S. McGaugh (DTM, CIW)
84.03 Reverse Baryon Catastrophe in Extremely Dark Matter Dominated Galaxies
S. McGaugh (DTM, CIW), E. de Blok, T. van der Hulst (Kapteyn Ast. Inst.)
84.04 UVISI Observations of the Small Magellanic Cloud
R. C. Henry, J. Murthy, M. Allen, J. Daniels, A. R. Dring (JHU), L. J. Paxton (APL), E. F. Tedesco (Mission Research Corporation), S. D. Price (Phillips Laboratory)
84.05 Preliminary Results from the MSX Satellite: Infrared Images of the Small Magellanic Cloud
M. P. Egan, R. F. Shipman, S. D. Price (Phillips Laboratory/GPOB)
84.06 An Adaptive Kernel Approach to Finding dSph Galaxies Around the Milky Way
J. T. Kleyna, M. J. Geller, S. J. Kenyon, M. J. Kurtz (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
84.07 High C/O in I Zw 18 from New HST Spectra: Not a "Primordial" Galaxy After All?
D. R. Garnett, E. D. Skillman (U. Minnesota), R. J. Dufour (Rice U.), G. A. Shields (U. Texas)

Session 85. Cataclysmic Variables and Accretion Disks

Oral, Wednesday, 10:00-11:30am, Harbour A

85.01 HST/FOS Discovery of CVs and (?) in the Globular NGC6397
J. E. Grindlay (CfA), A. Cool (SFSU), C. Bailyn (Yale), H. Cohn, P. Lugger (Indiana U.)
85.02D Magnetic Shearing Instabilities in Accretion Disks
D. B. Curran, E. Vishniac (Univ. of Texas)
85.03 Tangled Magnetic Fields in Hot Accretion Disks: Viscosity and Particle Acceleration
P. Subramanian, P. A. Becker, M. Kafatos (CSI, George Mason U.)
85.04D Hydrodynamic Modeling of Accretion Disk Winds.
N. A. Pereyra, T. R. Kallman (NASA/GSFC), J. Blondin (NC State U.)
85.05D The effects of magnetic fields and absorption on the polarization of AGN accretion disk atmospheres
E. Agol (UC, Santa Barbara)
85.06 On the Relative Rates of Decay of the Optical and Soft X-ray Fluxes in Dwarf Nova Outbursts
J. K. Cannizzo (USRA)

Session 86. Rotating, Modeling and Blue Stars

Oral, Wednesday, 10:00-11:30am, Harbour C

86.01 Combining Hydrodynamic and Evolution Calculations of Rotating Stars
R. G. Deupree (LNL)
86.02 Magnetism in A and B stars: from models to maps
G. A. Wade (U. Western Ontario)
86.03D Imaging Stellar Surfaces via Matrix Lightcurve Inversion
R. O. Harmon (Randolph-Macon Coll.), W. J. Wild, R. Rosner (U. Chicago), W. F. Drish Jr. (Chicago, IL)
86.04D Extreme and Intermediate Blue Horizontal Branch Stars
N. D'Cruz, R. Rood, R. O'Connell (UVa), B. Dorman (UVa, NASA/GSFC), R. Dickens (Bristol)
86.05D Hydrogen-deficient Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae: Physical Parameters and Evolution
O. De Marco (Univ. College London)

Session 87. Public Policy

Oral, Wednesday, 11:40am-12:30pm, Frontenac Ballroom

Session 88. Cosmic Background Radiation Anisotropies Now and in the Future

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Frontenac Ballroom

88.01 The TopHat CMBR Anisotropy Experiment
S. Meyer (U. Chicago)
88.02 Measuring the Angular Power Spectrum of the Anisotropy in the CMB
C. B. Netterfield (Caltech)
88.03 The Background Emission Anisotropy Scanning Telescope (BEAST)
M. Seiffert (U. California)
88.04 Interferometric Observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background
J. E. Carlstrom (U. Chicago)
88.05 The Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) Mission
C. L. Bennett (NASA/GSFC)

Session 89. Starburst Galaxies

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Piers 4/5

89.01D NIR Imaging Spectroscopy of IRAS FSC10214+4724: Evidence for a starburst region around an AGN at z=2.3
H. Kroker (Max-Planck-Institut)
89.02D Chemical Pollution and Evolution of Massive Starbursts: Cleaning up the Environment in Star-Forming Galaxies
C. Kobulnicky (U. Minnesota)
89.03D Dense Molecular Gas in Galaxies and the Evolution of Luminous Infrared Galaxies
Y. Gao (U. Illinois and Univ. at Stony Brook)
89.04 ISO LWS Spectroscopy of NGC 253 and M82
M. Hur, G. J. Stacey (Cornell U.), J. A. Fischer (Naval Research Lab.), H. A. Smith (Smithsonian Inst.), S. Unger, S. D. Lord (IPAC), M. J. Barlow (Univ. College, London)
89.05 The Distribution and Origin of Ionized Gas Throughout The Cartwheel Ring Galaxy
J. L. Higdon (CSIRO/ATNF), S. D. Lord (IPAC/Caltech), G. Cecil (U. N. Carolina)
89.06 Observations of the H_2O Maser Emission from the LINER Nucleus in NGC 1052
J. Braatz (CfA), M. Claussen, P. Diamond (NRAO), A. Wilson (UMD), C. Henkel (MPIfR)

Session 90. OJ287 and X-Ray Emission from Elliptical Galaxies

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Harbour B

90.01 Outbursts in OJ287: A New Test for the GR
M. J. Valtonen, H. J. Lehto (Tuorla Obs.), B. Sundelius (U.Gothenburg)
90.02D X-ray Radial Color Profiles of a Large Sample of Elliptical Galaxies Observed With ROSAT
J. A. Irwin, C. L. Sarazin (U. Virginia)
90.03D X-Ray Emission in Early-Type Galaxies
B. A. Brown, J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan)
90.04D The X-ray Morphology of Elliptical Galaxies
P. C. Hanlan, J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan)

Session 91. Structure of Molecular Clouds

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Harbour A

91.01D The Structures, Kinematics, and Magnetic Natures of Starless Bok Globules
B. D. Kane (Boston U. and Phillips Lab.)
91.02D Observations of magnetic field structure in protostellar envelopes
R. Akeson (UC Berkeley)
91.03D Waves and Instabilities in Turbulent Molecular Clouds with Magnetic Fields
C. S. Gehman, F. C. Adams (U. Michigan), R. Watkins (Dartmouth Coll.)
91.04 A Near-Infrared Imaging Survey of the \rho Ophiuchi Cloud Core
M. Barsony (UCR), S. J. Kenyon (CfA), E. A. Lada (U. Florida-Gainesville), P. J. Teuben (U. Maryland)
91.05 Modeling Dense Molecular Clouds: Observational Implications
S. D. Doty (Johns Hopkins University)
91.06 Fractal Structure in Interstellar Clouds: Implications for the Intercloud Medium and Diffuse H\alpha, Halo Ionization, and the Mass Distribution of Star Clusters
B. G. Elmegreen (IBM Watson Research Center)

Session 92. Pulsars

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Harbour C

92.01 Broad Band Spectroscopy of GRO J1744-28 with the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer
W. A. Heindl, R. E. Rothschild, P. R. Blanco, D. E. Gruber, M. Pelling, D. Marsden (UCSD/CASS), K. Jahoda, J. Swank (NASA/GSFC)
92.02D Detection and Timing of Accretion-Powered Pulsars with BATSE
D. Chakrabarty (MIT), T. A. Prince, D. T. Koh, B. A. Vaughan (Caltech), L. Bildsten (U.C. Berkeley), M. H. Finger (NASA/MSFC)
92.03D The Infrared to Gamma-Ray Pulse Shape and Emission Mechanism of the Crab Nebula Pulsar
S. Eikenberry, G. Fazio (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
92.04D Magnetized Iron Atmospheres for Neutron Stars
M. Rajagopal, R. W. Romani (Stanford U.), M. C. Miller (U. Chicago)
92.05 VLBI Astrometry of the Planetary-System Millisecond Pulsar B1257+12
N. Nunes, N. Bartel (York U.)
92.06 Observations of Torque in Transient Accretion-Powered Pulsar Outbursts
M. H. Finger, M. Scott (USRA), L. Bildsten (UC.Berkeley), D. Chakrabarty (MIT), R. W. Nelson, T. A. Prince, B. A. Vaughan (Caltech), R. B. Wilson (NASA/MSFC)

Session 93. GRIS

Oral, Wednesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Piers 2/3

93.01 GRIS Measurement of High Velocity Radioactive ^26Al in the Galactic Center Region
J. Tueller, N. Gehrels, A. Parsons, B. J. Teegarden (NASA/GSFC), S. D. Barthelmy, J. E. Naya (USRA/GSFC), L. M. Bartlett (NASNRC/GSFC), M. Leventhal (UMD)
93.02 Gamma-Ray Limits on Galactic ^60Fe Nucleosynthesis from the GRIS Balloon Instrument
J. E. Naya, S. D. Barthelmy (NASA/GSFC (USRA)), N. Gehrels, A. Parsons, B. J. Teegarden, J. Tueller (NASA/GSFC), L. M. Bartlett (NASA/GSFC (NAS-NRC)), M. Leventhal (U. Maryland)
93.03 GRIS Detections of Positron Annihilation Radiation from Our Galaxy
L. Cheng, M. Leventhal (UMD), J. Tueller, N. Gehrels, A. Parsons, B. J. Teegarden (NASA/GSFC), S. D. Barthelmy, J. E. Naya (USRA/GSFC), L. M. Bartlett (NASNRC/GSFC)
93.04 Arcminute Resolution Gamma-ray Images of Cosmic Sources Taken with the Balloon-borne GRATIS Payload
W. W. Craig, C. J. Hailey, J. Hong, S. M. Kahn, J. W. Keck, R. McLean, M. J. Pivovaroff (Columbia Univ), G. Sprehn, R. E. Wurtz, K. P. Ziock (LLNL), F. A. Harrison (UC Berkeley, now at Caltech), J. G. Jernigan (UC Berkeley), P. M. Lubin, M. Seiffert (UC Santa Barbara)

Session 94. New Dynamics and Views of the Solar System

Oral, Wednesday, 3:40-5:10pm, Frontenac Ballroom

94.01 Recent Insights into the Dynamics and Evolution of the Solar System
K. A. Innanen (York Univ.)
94.02 Galileo's Discoveries at Jupiter: A Progress Report
J. Veverka (Cornell University)