AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 59. Dust

Display, Tuesday, January 8, 2002, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

59.01 Far-Ultraviolet Interstellar Extinction in the Magellanic Clouds
G. C. Clayton, W. Wu (Louisiana State University), M. J. Wolff (SSI), U. J. Sofia (Whitman College), K. D. Gordon (Steward Obs.)
59.02 Dust in the Interstellar Medium
T. A. Cook, J. Golub, V. J. Taylor, S. Chakrabarti (Boston University)
59.03 The Effect of Dust Grains on Reconnection in Molecular Clouds
M. A. Shay (University of Maryland), B. N. Rogers (Dartmouth College), L. Rudakov (University of Maryland), E. Zweibel (University of Colorado)
59.04 New Interstellar Dust Models Consistent with Interstellar Extinction, Emission, and Abundances Constraints
V. Zubko, E. Dwek (NASA/GSFC), R. G. Arendt (SSAI/GSFC)
59.05 High-Resolution Extinction Map of the Lupus Molecular Clouds
T. L. Huard (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), J. A. Alves (European Southern Observatory), C. J. Lada (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
59.06 Dust and young embedded stars in the Lagoon Nebula - a near-IR imaging survey.
M.A. Kenworthy (Steward Observatory, Tucson, AZ), N.F.H. Tothill (St. Mary's University, Halifax, Canada)
59.07 Constraining Dust Grain Models Using UV and IR Observations of the Same Sightlines
L. Valencic, G. Clayton (Louisiana State University), M. J. Wolff (Space Science Institute), K. Gordon (Steward Observatory), T. L. Smith (Louisiana State University)

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