AAS 207th Meeting, 8-12 January 2006
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Session 16. Example Constellation-X Science

Poster, Monday, January 9, 2006, 9:20am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

16.01 Probing strong gravity and extreme astrophysics around black holes with Constellation-X
C.S. Reynolds (University of Maryland, College Park), A.J. Young (MIT), A.C. Fabian (University of Cambridge), Con-X AGN Science Team
16.02 Revealing Intermediate Mass Black Holes with Constellation-X
J. M. Miller (The Univ. of Michigan)
16.03 Probing dark energy with Constellation-X
D.A. Rapetti, S.W. Allen (KIPAC at Stanford/SLAC), Con-X Facility Science Team
16.04 Studying Cosmic Feedback with Constellation-X
B.R. McNamara (Ohio U.), M. Begelman (U. Colorado), M. Donahue, M. Voit (Michigan State)
16.05 Present Observations of Obscured AGN and Future Prospects with Constellation-X
N. A. Levenson (U KY)
16.06 Measuring the Fundamental Properties of Hot Gas, X-ray Binaries and ULXs in Starburst Galaxies with Constellation-X.
D. Strickland (JHU), A. Ptak (JHU/NASA-GSFC)
16.07 The Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium as seen by Constellation-X
F. Nicastro (SAO), J.M. Shull (University of Colorado, Boulder), F.B.S. Paerels (Columbia University), A.E. Hornschemeier (NASA GSFC), M.R. Garcia (SAO)
16.08 Cosmic Feedback: Constraining AGN Outflows
S. C. Gallagher (UCLA), P. M. Ogle (SSC), D. M. Alexander (IoA), G. T. Richards (Johns Hopkins), W. N. Brandt, G. Chartas (Penn State), A. E. Hornschemeier (GSFC), T. Yaqoob (Johns Hopkins)
16.09 High Resolution X-ray Spectroscopy with Constellation-X
E. Schindhelm, W. Cash, N. Arav (University of Colorado)
16.10 The High Redshift Universe with Constellation-X
F.E. Bauer (Columbia), D.M Alexander (IoA), G.T. Richards (JHU), D. Stern (JPL), W.N. Brandt (PSU), S.C. Gallagher (UCLA), A.E. Hornschemeier, R. Mushotzky (GSFC)
16.11 X-rays and Planet Formation
E. D. Feigelson (PSU)
16.12 High Energy Stellar and Protostellar Physics with Constellation-X
J.J. Drake, N.S. Brickhouse (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), E.D. Feigelson (Pennsylvania State University), M. Guedel (Paul Scherrer Institute), J.M. Laming (Naval Research Laboratory), N.S. Schulz (Kavli MIT Center for Space Research)
16.13 Constraining the Progenitors and Explosions of Supernova Remnants with Constellation-X
U. Hwang (NASA/GSFC and Johns Hopkins U), J. P. Hughes, C. Badenes (Rutgers U), E. Feigelson (Penn State U), F. Paerels (Columbia U), R. Petre (NASA/GSFC), N. Schulz (MIT), M. Shull (U Colorado), P. O. Slane (CfA), R. Smith (NASA/GSFC and Johns Hopkins University), S. L. Snowden (NASA/GSFC)
16.14 Neutron Star Equation of State : What Constellation-X might tell us
D. Sanwal (JHU/GSFC), T. Strohmayer, J. Cottam (NASA/GSFC), F. Paerels (Columbia University), M.C. Miller, S. Bhattacharyya (UMD), D. Chakrabarty (MIT)
16.15 High-Resolution Spectroscopy of the Diffuse ISM with Constellation-X
R. K. Smith (NASA/GSFC & JHU)
16.16 X-Ray Survey of Interstellar Media with Constellation-X
N.S. Schulz (MIT), A.M. Juett (University of Virginia), C.R. Canizares (MIT)
16.17 Contribution of Constellation-X to the Cosmological Work with High-Redshift Galaxy Clusters
A. Vikhlinin (SAO), Con-X Science Working Group Team

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