AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 80. Here Comes the Sun: Plans for the Y2K Solar Maximum

Solar, Oral, Wednesday, June 2, 1999, 3:45-5:30pm, Continental Ballroom C

80.01 High Energy Flare Science with HESSI
G.J. Hurford (University of California, Berkeley / NASA-GSFC), HESSI Team
80.02 Flare Science with CGRO
R.J. Murphy (Naval Research Laboratory)
80.03 Yohkoh Observations at the Y2K Solar Maximum
M.J. Aschwanden (Lockheed-Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab.)
80.04 Monitoring the Sun for Flares and other Terrestrially Important Phenomena with the GOES series of Solar X-ray Imagers
P.L. Bornmann (NOAA/SEC), NOAA/SEC SXI Team, NOAA GOES Collaboration, NASA/GSFC GOES Collaboration, NASA/MSFC SXI-M Team, Lockeed Martin SXI-001 Team
80.05 Flare Science with SOLIS
J. Harvey (NSO/NOAO), SOLIS Team
80.06 Max Millennium Program in 1999/2000
R. C. Canfield (Physics Department, Montana State University Bozeman)
80.07 The OVRO Solar Array During Max Millenium
D.E. Gary (NJIT), G.J. Hurford (UC Berkeley)
80.08 A Numerical Package for Modeling Solar Flares and Interpreting HESSI Data
G. D. Holman (NASA/GSFC), J. T. Mariska (NRL), J. M. McTiernan (UC Berkeley), L. Ofman (Raytheon ITSS), V. Petrosian (Stanford U.), R. R. Ramaty (NASA/GSFC)
80.09 Millimeter Imaging Observations of High Energy Electrons in Solar Flares
S. M. White, M. R. Kundu (University of Maryland)
80.10 The Observed Spectral Evolution of Solar Flare Hard X-Ray Emission
E. K. Newton (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center), T. Giblin (University of Alabama in Huntsville)

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