AAS 201st Meeting, January , 2003
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Session 87. Radio and X-Ray SNRs

Poster, Wednesday, January 8, 2003, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall AB

87.01 Low Frequency Observations in the Region of G11.2-0.3
K. E. Devine (Carleton College), C. L. Brogan (National Radio Astonomy Observatory), C. Tam (McGill University), N. E. Kassim, J. Lazio (Naval Research Laboratory), M. Nord (Naval Research Laboratory/ University of New Mexico), M. Roberts (McGill University), C. Lacey (University of South Carolina)
87.02 New Supernova Remnants in NGC 2403
C. M. Eckerle (Denison University), L. V. Jones (University of Arizona), T. Pannuti (MIT)
87.03U Anomalous Radio Quiet Zones in X-ray Bright Young Supernova Remnants G54.1+0.3 and 3C58
J. Z. Chen, S. J. Massenburg, G. A. Wolpert, J. W. Keohane (NC School of Science and Math), C. M. Olbert (University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill), C. R. Clearfield (Harvard University)
87.04U X-Ray and Radio Analysis of SNR G29.7-0.3 (Kes 75) and its 700 Year-old Pulsar
R. Soule, Y. Wen, J.W. Keohane, C.M. Olbert, C.R. Clearfield (NCSSM)
87.05 XMM Observations of the Galactic Supernova Remnant CTB-109 (G109.1-1.0)
P.P. Plucinsky, T.J. Gaetz, R.K. Smith, R.J. Edgar, P.O. Slane (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
87.06 Spatially Resolved Plasma Diagnostics with X-ray Emission Lines of 1E0102.2-7219
A.C. Fredericks, K.A. Flanagan, C.R. Canizares, D. Dewey, J.C. Houck, M.L. Schattenburg (MIT Center for Space Research)
87.07 Characterization of the Shock Front and Discovery of Balmer Filaments in Optical Images of Vela Bullet C
J.L. Carlin (U. of Virginia, CTIO REU), R.C. Smith (CTIO)
87.08 The Complex Structure and Kinematics of the Oxygen-Rich SNR G292.0+1.8
P. Ghavamian, J. P. Hughes, T. B. Williams (Rutgers University)
87.09U X-ray Studies of Radioactivity in the Tycho and Cas A SNR
W.T. Ryle (Western Kentucky University), M.D. Leising (Clemson University)
87.10 Ejecta Knots in Cassiopeia A
U. Hwang (NASA/GSFC, UMD), J. M. Laming (NRL,)

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