AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 73. Gamma Ray Bursts Observations and Analysis

Display, Wednesday, January 10, 2001, 9:30am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

73.01 The Swift Gamma-ray Burst Explorer Mission at Penn State
J. Nousek, D. Burrows, M. Chester, P. Roming (Penn State), N. Gehrels (GSFC), Swift Team
73.02 Observing Strategies for the Swift UV/Optical Telescope
S. D. Hunsberger, P. W. A. Roming, P. F. Altimore, T. S. Koch, J. A. Nousek (Swift Explorer Project / PSU), K. O. Mason (MSSL / UCL)
73.03 A Search for Afterglow Emission from the Short Duration Burst GRB 000607
K.M. Becker (Oberlin College), D.A. Frail (National Radio Astronomy Observatory), E. Berger (California Institute of Technology)
73.04 Null GRB Millilensing Search Limits Universe Composition
R. J. Nemiroff (Michigan Tech), G. F. Marani (NASA/NRC), J. P. Norris (NASA/GSFC), J. T. Bonnell (NASA/USRA)
73.05 Resolving Gamma-Ray Burst~000301C with a Gravitational Microlens
P.M. Garnavich (Notre Dame), A. Loeb, K.Z. Stanek (CfA)
73.06 Do the GRBs Trace the SFR? -- Testing Models of the Observed Gamma-Ray Burst Redshift Distribution
S. Seagroves, S. Thorsett (Astronomy & Astrophysics, UCSC)
73.07 The Pulse Scale Conjecture and Relativistic Gamma-Ray Bursts
T. Wickramasinghe (The College of New Jersey), R. J. Nemiroff (Michigan Tech)

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