Session List

All findings are embargoed until the time of presentation at the meeting. "Time of presentation" means the start time of the Oral or Display paper session in which the paper will be given, or the time of the corresponding press conference (if any), whichever comes first.


Session 102. Hale Prize Lecture

Invited, Saturday, 8:30-9:20am, International Ballroom Center

102.01 In Pursuit of High Resolution in Solar Physics
R. B. Dunn (National Solar Observatory)

Session 103. Quasars & Blazars

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

103.01 Optical Variability of Radio-Bright PG Quasars
D. Eggers, D. B. Shaffer, D. Weistrop, S. Cruzen, V. Harvey, C. Hoopes, J. King, J. Johnson (UNLV), J. Smith (MIT)
103.02 Detection of CO Emission at z = 2.64 from the Lensed Quasar MG0414+0534
R. Barvainis (MIT Haystack Obs), R. Antonucci (UCSB), D. Alloin (Saclay), S. Guilloteau (IRAM)
103.03 A Population of Radio Sources Associated with Radio Quiet Quasars
D. Donovan, C. J. Lonsdale, R. E. Barvainis (MIT Haystack Obs.)
103.04 MPE-3D Imaging Spectroscopy of the Cloverleaf QSO: A Spatially Resolved NLR at z=2.55
J. F. Gallimore, L. J. Tacconi, L. E. Tacconi-Garman (MPE)
103.05 The FIRST Bright QSO Survey
R. L. White (STScI), R. H. Becker (UC-Davis/IGPP-LLNL), M. D. Gregg, S. A. Laurent-Muehleisen (IGPP-LLNL), D. J. Helfand (Columbia), R. G. McMahon (Cambridge), C. D. Impey (U. Arizona), W. Oegerle (Johns Hopkins), G. Richards (U. Chicago)
103.06 Very High Ionization and Partial Covered Fractions in the BAL System of the QSO SBS1542+541
R. C. Telfer, G. A. Kriss, W. Zheng, A. F. Davidsen (Johns Hopkins U.)
103.07 The radio properties of radio-quiet quasars
M. J. Kukula (STScI), J. Dunlop, D. Hughes (U. Edinburgh), S. Rawlings (U. Oxford)
103.08 Finding AGN Host Galaxies with HST, and the Joint Analysis with Ground Based Images.
M. O'Dowd, C. M. Urry, R. Scarpa (STScI), J. E. Pesce (Penn State University)
103.09 Why Do Soft X-Rays Weaken With Increasing QSO Luminosity?
P. J. Green (SAO)
103.10 First Results from NICMOS Imaging of Quasar Host Galaxies
K. K. McLeod (Wellesley College), G. H. Rieke (Steward Obs.), R. J. Weymann, L. J. Storrie-Lombardi (OCIW)
103.11 Survey For Very High-Redshift Quasars
S. Lemley, G. MacAlpine (U. Michigan)
103.12 Multifrequency Observations of BL Lacertae in 1997
I. S. Freedman (Florida International University and SARA Observatory, University of Michigan), J. R. Webb (Florida International U. and SARA Obs.), F. Ma (U. of Texas and McDonald Obs.), H. Rave, M. Belfort (Florida International U. and SARA Obs.), K. Rumstay, J. Krick, S. Nicol (Valdosta State U. and SARA Obs.)
103.13 The Host Galaxy of 3C 48
G. Canalizo, A. Stockton (IfA/U. Hawaii)
103.14 New Results for the Flaring Blazar PMN J0850-1213
S. D. Bloom (NASA/GSFC)
103.15 A Gamma Ray Flare of the Blazar CTA 26
J. C. Hallum, J. R. Mattox, A. P. Marscher (Boston U.), E. Waltman (NRL), H. Teräsranta (Metsahovi Radio Research Station), H. D. Aller, M. F. Aller (U. of Michigan)

Session 104. Radio Galaxies, Radio Observations of AGN Jets & Outflows

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

104.01 VSOP Space VLBI observations of 1413+135 at C band
T. Minter, F. Ghigo (NRAO)
104.02 A VLBA Map of the H_2O Maser in the Nucleus of Seyfert 2 Galaxy NGC 1386
J. Braatz, L. Greenhill, J. Moran (CfA), A. Wilson (U. Maryland), J. Herrnstein (NRAO)
104.03 Multi-Frequency VLBA Imaging of NGC4261's Accretion Disk
D. L. Jones (JPL, Caltech), A. E. Wehrle (IPAC, JPL, Caltech)
104.04 VLBA Imaging of the Seyfert Galaxy Mrk 348
D. Halkides (NRAO, Bryn Mawr College), J. Ulvestad, A. Roy (NRAO)
104.05 VLA Observation of Seyfert Galaxy Mrk 6
C. Xu (STScI/U.Maryland), S. A. Baum, C. O'Dea (STScI), E. J. M. Colbert (NASA/GSFC)
104.06 A Radio Milli-Halo in the Nucleus of NGC 1275
C. S. Silver (NRAO, Columbia University), G. B. Taylor (NRAO), R. C. Vermeulen (Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy)
104.07 The Radio Structure and Properties of a sample of Early-Type Seyfert Galaxies
N. M. Nagar, A. S. Wilson (U.Maryland), J. Mulchaey (Carnegie Observatories), J. Gallimore (MPI fur Extraterr. Physik)
104.08 A study of a complete Sample of Radio Loud UGC Galaxies
G. A. Verdoes Kleijn, S. A. Baum (STScI), P. T. de Zeeuw (Leiden Observatory)
104.09 Surprisingly Extended High Ionization Emission-line Nebulae Associated with a High Redshift Radio Galaxy
L. Maxfield, H. Spinrad, D. Stern (U. California, Berkeley, Department of Astronomy)
104.10 HST Observations of Superluminal Motion in the M87 Jet
J. Biretta, E. Perlman, W. Sparks, F. Macchetto (STScI)
104.11 HST Optical Polarimetry and Spectral Mapping of the M87 Jet
E. S. Perlman, J. Biretta, W. Sparks, F. D. Macchetto (STScI)
104.12 Probing the Structures of Seyfert Galaxies which Exhibit Jets and Maser Activity Using X-ray Spectroscopy
J. T. Kotter, C. J. Hess (Illinois Wesleyan U.)
104.13 Evidence for Relativistic Outflows in Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
K. M. Leighly (Columbia University), R. F. Mushotzky, K. Nandra (NASA/GSFC)
104.14 Shocked Gas and Star Formation in the Centaurus A Radio Galaxy
J. A. Graham (Carnegie-DTM)

Session 105. Galaxies: Counts & Kinematics

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

105.01 An X-ray and Optical Investigation of the Environments of Nearby Radio Galaxies
N. Miller (NMSU), F. Owen (NRAO), J. Burns (U. Missouri), M. Ledlow (U. New Mexico), W. Voges (MPE)
105.02 The Megaparsec--scale Environments of Young Radio Galaxies
E. P. Smith (LASP/GSFC/NASA), C. P. O'Dea, W. H. de Vries, S. A. Baum (STScI), R. Gelderman (Western Kentucky Univ.)
105.03 Local Underdensity Model for Near Infrared Galaxy Counts
L. A. Phillips, E. L. Turner (Princeton Univ. Obs.)
105.04 ISO LWS Observations of a [CII] Deficiency in Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies
M. L. Luhman (NRL/NRC), S. Satyapal (NASA/GSFC/NRC), J. Fischer (NRL), M. G. Wolfire (U. Maryland), H. A. Smith (SAO)
105.05 Galaxy Counts as a Function of Color and Morphology from the Digitized POSS-II
S. C. Odewahn, S. G. Djorgovski, R. Gal (Caltech), R. R. de Carvalho (Observatorio Nacional, Brasil)
105.06 The Tully-Fisher Error Budget at Intermediate Redshifts
M. A. Bershady (U. Wisconsin), J. C. Mihos (Case Western Reserve U.)
105.07 The UBRI Luminosity Functions for Galaxies in the Coma Cluster
I. Jorgensen, G. J. Hill (U. Texas at Austin)
105.08 Photometric Properties of Galaxies on Large Spatial Scales Centered on the Hubble Deep Field
J. E. Parker, R. M. Humphreys (U. Minnesota)
105.09 A Galactic Evolution Model: Chemical Evolution of CI, CII, and CO
C. Campbell, J. Bally (U. Colorado)
105.10 Morphological Peculiarities of Distant and Local Galaxies
K. L. Wu (UCSC), S. M. Faber (UCO/Lick Obs.), T. R. Lauer (KPNO/NOAO)
105.11 A Comparison of Intermediate Redshift Compact Blue Galaxies: Blue Nucleated Galaxies and Compact Narrow Emission-Line Galaxies
A. Jangren (PSU), M. A. Bershady (UW-Madison, PSU)
105.12 Metallicities of Tidal Dwarf Candidates in the Debris of Hickson Compact Groups
A. D. Glenn, S. D. Hunsberger, J. C. Charlton, R. B. Ciardullo (Penn State), D. Zaritsky (UCSC/Lick)
105.13 Testing Linear Theory Predictions of Galactic Angular Momentum
B. Sugerman, F. J. Summers (Columbia U.)
105.14 Effects of the Cooling Epoch on Formation of Spiral Galaxies With High Angular Momenta
M. L. Weil (Columbia Univ.), V. R. Eke, G. P. Efstathiou (Oxford Univ.)
105.15 Rotation Velocities of 90 Virgo Disk Galaxies
V. C. Rubin (DTM, Carnegie Inst. of Washington), A. H. Waterman (Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, MD), J. D. P. Kenney (Yale Univ.)
105.16 Counter-Rotating Stellar Components in the Virgo Galaxy NGC 4424
R. A. Winnick, J. Kenney (Yale U.)
105.17 Simulations of NGC 206 and its Effects on M31
R. Mohr (U. Alabama)

Session 106. Clusters of Galaxies

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

106.01 Clusters of galaxies in the HST Medium Deep Survey database
K. U. Ratnatunga, E. J. Ostrander, R. E. Griffiths, R. C. Nichol (CMU)
106.02 The DPOSS Cluster Survey
R. R. Gal, S. G. Djorgovski, S. C. Odewahn (Caltech), R. R. de Carvalho (Observatorio Nacional, Brasil)
106.03 ISO Mapping of Rich Clusters of Galaxies
C. V. Cox (U. Virginia), E. Schulman (NRAO), J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan)
106.04 Peculiar Velocities or Systematic Errors ?
R. A. Gibbons, A. S. Fruchter (STScI), G. Bothun (U. Oregon)
106.05 A Magnitude-Redshift Relation for Distant Clusters of Galaxies
M. Dorris (Vanderbilt U), B. R. McNamara, A. Vikhlinin (SAO)
106.06 Deep Ultraviolet Imaging of the Cluster Abell 2246
R. H. Cornett (HSTX/GSFC/LASP), B. Dorman (UVa,GSFC/LASP), E. P. Smith, S. G. Neff, T. P. Stecher (GSFC/LASP), R. W. O'Connell (UVa), W. R. Oegerle (CAS/JHU)
106.07 U-band Polarimetry of the Radio-Aligned Optical Continuum in the Abell 2597 Cluster Central Galaxy
B. R. McNamara (SAO), B. T. Jannuzi (NOAO), C. L. Sarazin (U. Virginia), M. Wise (MIT), R. Elston (U. Florida)
106.08 Head-Tail Radio Source Formation through Cluster Mergers
M. Bliton, E. Rizza (NMSU), J. O. Burns (U. Missouri), F. N. Owen (NRAO), M. Ledlow (U. New Mexico)
106.09 Evidence for Tides and Interactions in Galaxy Clusters
C. J. Conselice, J. S. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin-Madison)
106.10 Statistical Study of Magnetic Fields in Abell Clusters
T. E. Clarke, P. P. Kronberg (U. Toronto), H. Böhringer (MPI für extraterrestrische Physik)
106.11 WAT Radio Galaxies as Indicators of Galaxy Cluster Evolution
J. Pinkney (UNLV), J. O. Burns, M. J. Ledlow, P. L. Gomez (NMSU), J. M. Hill (SO)
106.12 Keck II Spectroscopy of Ten New Distant Clusters of Galaxies Associated with Bent Double Radio Sources from the FIRST Survey
E. L. Blanton, D. J. Helfand (Columbia U.), R. H. Becker (U.C. Davis), M. D. Gregg (IGPP/LLNL), R. L. White (STScI)

Session 107. The Galactic Center & Bulge

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

107.01 A VLA Survey for Radio Pulsars in and Beyond the Galactic Center
T. J. W. Lazio (NRL, NRC), J. M. Cordes (Cornell,NAIC), N. E. Kassim (NRL), Z. Arzoumanian (Cornell)
107.02 Observations of High Velocity Proper Motion of Ionized Gas at the Galactic Center
D. A. Roberts (U. Illinois), F. Yusef-Zadeh (Northwestern U.), J. Biretta (STScI)
107.03 Expanding Molecular Shells in Sagittarius B2
R. A. Gaume, J. Martin-Pintado (USNO, OAN), P. de Vicente, T. L. Wilson (OAN, MPIfR)
107.04 Stellar Collisions in the Galactic Center
V. C. Bailey, M. B. Davies (IoA, Cambridge, UK)
107.05 Stellar iron abundances at the Galactic Center
S. V. Ramírez, K. Sellgren (OSU), J. Carr (NRL), S. Balachandran (U. Maryland), R. D. Blum (CTIO), D. Terndrup (OSU)
107.06 The Luminosity Function and Initial Mass Function in the Galactic Bulge
J. Holtzman (NMSU), WFPC ID Team, WFPC2 ID Team

Session 108. The Galactic Stellar Disk & Halo

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

108.01 The Yale/San Juan SPM Program: The South Galactic Pole Catalog and Future Extensions
T. M. Girard, I. Platais, V. Kozhurina-Platais, W. F. van Altena (Yale), C. E. López (Univ. Nacional de San Juan)
108.02 VRI Photometry of Southern Nearby Star Candidates
R. J. Patterson, P. A. Ianna, M. C. Begam (U.Virginia)
108.03 The APS Luyten Proper Motion Project
R. F. Rees Jr., R. M. Humphreys, C. S. Cornuelle (U.Minnesota)
108.04 Limits on the Stellar Luminosity Function as Determined from a CCD Transit Survey
J. J. B. Harlow, D. P. Schneider (Penn State)
108.05 PG 1002+506: a Be Star Apparently at Z > +10 kpc
F. A. Ringwald (PSU), W. R. J. Rolleston (QUB), R. A. Saffer (Villanova), J. R. Thorstensen (Dartmouth)
108.06 Mass of the Milky Way and Dwarf Spheroidal Stream Membership
G. R. Bell (Harvey Mudd/USNO Flagstaff), S. E. Levine (USNO Flagstaff)
108.07 A Method for Determining Star and Dust Distributions in the Galactic Plane
C. J. Deloye (U. North Carolina-Greensboro), J. E. Rhoads (KPNO)
108.08 Direct Detection of Stellar 3-Space Velocities, Distances, M/R Ratio
A. R. Hajian, K. J. Johnston (USNO)
108.09 The Locus of Stars, Galaxies, and QSOs. in SDSS Filters
H. Newberg (Fermilab), G. Richards, D. Lenz (University of Chicago), X. Fan (Princeton University), M. Richmond (RIT), B. Yanny (Fermilab)

Session 109. Novae & Cataclysmic Variables

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

109.01 ISO SWS Spectroscopy of Classical Novae
C. E. Woodward (U. Wyoming/WIRO), M. J. Barlow (U. College London), A. Evans (Keele U.), R. D. Gehrz (U. Minnesota), M. A. Greenhouse (NASA/GSFC), A. Salama (ESA/Vilspa)
109.02 Spectra of Selected Galactic Novae
P. Zhao, J. E. McClintock, G. J. Sobczak (SAO)
109.03 The Peculiar Infrared Behavior of Nova Centauri 1991 (=V868 Cen)
D. M. Leeber, T. E. Harrison, J. J. Johnson, P. A. Mason (NMSU), G. S. Stringfellow (U. Colorado)
109.04 Orbital Periods for the Interesting Old Novae V446 Her and V533 Her
J. R. Thorstensen, C. J. Taylor (Dartmouth Coll.)
109.05 Unraveling the Ejection Geometry of Nova Cas 1995: Structures in Neutral and Ionized Species
J. J. Johnson (NMSU), T. E. Harrison (NMSU)
109.06 The Relative Contributions of the Secondary Star and the Accretion Disk to the Near--Infrared Emission of Short Period Cataclysmic Variable
D. R. Ciardi, S. B. Howell, M. E. Huber, E. Mason (Wyoming Infrared Observatory/U. Wyoming)
109.07 Using Cataclysmic Variables as a Probe of the Mass Ratio Distribution in Zero-Age Main Sequence Binaries
M. Politano (Ariz. St. U.), U. Kolb (U. Leicester)
109.08 Synoptic Measurements of Dwarf Novae Magnitudes During the Period of February 24, 1996 to Present Using the University of Iowa's Automated Telescope Facility
J. C. Armstrong (U. Iowa)
109.09 HST/GHRS Observations of two Dwarf Novae
C. Knigge, K. S. Long (STScI), Y. -K. Ko (U. Michigan), T. R. Kallman (GSFC)
109.10 A Search for Rapid Optical Variability in Symbiotic Binaries
J. L. Sokoloski, L. Bildsten (U. C. Berkeley), W. Ho (Cornell)
109.11 FUV Emission and Rapid Variability in AM Herculis
B. W. Greeley, W. P. Blair (JHU), K. S. Long (STScI)
109.12 Implications of the Photospheric Chemical Abundances of the White Dwarf in the Ultra-Short Period Dwarf Nova WZ Sagittae
R. Slevinsky, D. Stys, S. West, E. M. Sion, F. H. Cheng (Villanova U.), P. Szkody (U.WA)
109.13 Orbital Period and Spectral Behavior of LS Peg (S193)
C. J. Taylor, J. R. Thorstensen (Dartmouth College)

Session 110. X-ray, Binaries & Accretion Disks

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

110.01 Relativistic Jet in the X-ray Binary Cygnus X-3
A. J. Mioduszewski (JIVE/NRAO), R. M. Hjellming, M. P. Rupen (NRAO), M. McCollough (USRA/BATSE), E. B. Waltman (NRL), G. G. Pooley (University of Cambridge)
110.02 Accretion onto Compact Objects: Modeling Light Curves and Power Spectra
D. Kazanas, X. -M. Hua (NASA/GSFC)
110.03 RXTE Studies of Hard X-ray Spectra of Ultra-compact LMXBs
P. Bloser, Y. Chou, J. Grindlay, T. Narita (CfA), D. Barret (CESR, Toulouse)
110.04 RXTE Observations of LMC X-1
A. Ponder, P. C. Schmidtke, A. P. Cowley (Arizona State Univ.)
110.05 Quenched Radio Emission in Cygnus X-3
E. B. Waltman (NRL), F. D. Ghigo (NRAO)
110.06 Analysis of binary orbital parameters for Her X-1
D. A. Leahy (U. Calgary)
110.07 ASCA Observation of the high mass binary 2S0114+650
K. Ebisawa (NASA/GSFC)
110.08 New Ephemeris for LSI+61 303, A Bayesian Analysis
P. C. Gregory (Univ. of British Columbia)
110.09 The X-ray Light Curve of the Exotic Binary LSI +61^\circ 303
P. S. Ray, E. B. Waltman (NRL), F. A. Harrison (Caltech), D. A. Leahy (U. of Calgary), G. Pooley (Cambridge U.)
110.10 H and He-like Ions Emission in the Spectra of X-ray Binaries.
M. A. Bautista, T. R. Kallman, N. E. White, L. Angelini (NASA/GSFC)
110.11 Photoionization Effects in LMC X-4: Slices of a Stellar Wind
B. Boroson, S. D. Vrtilek, J. C. Raymond (SAO), R. McCray (JILA), T. Kallman (GSFC)
110.12 RXTE ASM Observations of X0114+650 (2S0114+650)
R. H. D. Corbet (NASA GSFC/USRA), J. P. Finley (Purdue), A. G. Peele (NASA GSFC/NRC)
110.13 Narrowband Time Series Photometry of the X-ray Star V2116 Oph with TTF
E. W. Deutsch, B. Margon (U. Washington), J. Bland-Hawthorn (AAO)
110.14 Radiation-Driven Warping in Cygnus X-2/V1341 Cygni
S. D. Vrtilek, B. Boroson (SAO), F. A. Primini (U of Oregon), J. C. Raymond (SAO), R. McCray (JILA), A. Smale, T. Kallman (NASA/GSFC), F. Nagase (ISAS)
110.15 Numerical Simulation of Interacting Stellar Winds Model Using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH)
H. A. Thronson Jr. (U. Wyoming, NASA HQ), P. S. Li (U. Wyoming, U. Illinois), S. Kwok (U. Calgary)
110.16 The Incoherent Dynamo in Realistic Accretion Disks
E. T. Vishniac (U. Texas, MIT, Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
110.17 Radio Light Curves of X-ray Sources Obtained with the Green Bank Interferometer
R. M. Hjellming (NRAO), E. B. Waltman (NRL), F. Ghigo (NRAO)
110.18 The Accretion Disk Limit Cycle Mechanism in the Black Hole X-ray Binaries
J. K. Cannizzo (NASA/GSFC/USRA)

Session 111. Pulsars

Display, Saturday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

111.01 Radio Pulse Properties the Millisecond Pulsar PSR J0437-4715 at 20 cm
F. Jenet, S. B. Anderson (Caltech/SRL), V. M. Kaspi (MIT), T. A. Prince (Caltech/SRL), S. C. Unwin (JPL)
111.02 Continued Investigations of the Galactic Microquasars with RXTE
R. A. Remillard, E. Morgan (MIT), J. McClintock (CfA), C. Bailyn (Yale University), J. Orosz (Penn. State Univ.)
111.03 RXTE Measurement of Spectral and Temporal Evolution in X-ray Emission from the Galactic Microquasar GRS 1915+105
C. Markwardt (NRC/GSFC), J. Swank (NASA/GSFC), X. Chen (Lick Obs., UC Santa Cruz), R. Taam (Northwestern U.)
111.04 Discovery of Quasi-Periodic Oscillations from X Persei
T. Takeshima (NASA GSFC (USRA))
111.05 X-ray Emission from the Millisecond Pulsar J1012+5307
J. P. Halpern, F. Y. -H. Wang (Columbia U.)
111.06 Pulsars at Many Wavelengths
D. J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC)
111.07 Pulsar Fluctuation Spectra at High Radio Frequencies
Z. Leinhardt (Carleton Coll.), K. Xilouris (NAIC/Arecibo Obs.), M. Kramer (MPIfR)
111.08 A New Analytical Solution for the Structure of Radiation-Dominated Pulsar Accretion Shocks
P. A. Becker (George Mason University)
111.09 Weak Scintillation Observations of Pulsar B1929+10 at Centimeter Wavelengths
H. C. Lambert, B. J. Rickett (UCSD), M. Kramer, R. Wielebinski (MPI for Radioastronomy)
111.10 A Fast Sampled High Frequency Pulsar Survey of the Galactic Plane
R. S. Foster, P. S. Ray, B. J. Cadwell (NRL), D. C. Backer (UC, Berkeley), J. -F. Lestrade, I. Cognard, J. -M. Martin, V. Maitia (Obs. de Paris-Meudon)
111.11 Gamma Ray Pulsar Luminosities
M. A. McLaughlin, J. M. Cordes (Cornell U.), M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern U.)
111.12 The Princeton Mark IV Pulsar Observing System
I. H. Stairs, S. E. Thorsett, D. J. Nice, J. H. Taylor (Princeton Univ.)
111.13 The Parkes/Jodrell Bank Multibeam Pulsar Survey: First Results
F. Camilo, A. G. Lyne, J. F. Bell, D. Sheppard (U. of Manchester, Jodrell Bank), R. N. Manchester (ATNF), N. D'Amico (U. of Bologna), V. Kaspi (MIT)
111.14 STIS Near Ultraviolet Time-Tagged Spectra of the Crab Pulsar
T. R. Gull, G. Sonneborn, B. E. Woodgate, J. F. Dolan (NASA/GSFC/LASP), D. J. Lindler (ACC), D. M. Crenshaw, S. B. Kraemer (CUA), K. C. Sahu, S. J. Hulbert (STScI), P. Lundqvist, J. Sollerman (Stockholm Obs.)
111.15 Long-Term Stability of the Crab Pulsar's X-ray and IR Pulse Profiles
G. G. Fazio (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), S. S. Eikenberry (CalTech)
111.16 A Search for Pulse to Pulse Variability from the Crab Pulsar with RXTE
B. L. Patt, M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern U.), W. Zhang (GSFC)
111.17 Proper Motions of High Galactic Latitude Pulsars
R. McGary (Furman U.), M. Goss (NRAO-Socorro), A. Fruchter (STScI), S. Thorsett (Princeton U.)
111.18 Planets around pulsars - a rare phenomenon?
J. S. Greaves, W. S. Holland (Joint Astronomy Centre)
111.19 No Giant Pulses or Diffraction Pattern Found in Sub-microsecond Observations of PSR J0437-4715
J. C. Kempner (UVa), D. R. Stinebring (Oberlin), M. Bailes, M. Toscano, M. Britton (U.Melbourne), W. Van Straten, S. Novikov (ISTS/SGL), R. Wietfeldt (JPL)
111.20 Polarization Properties of Young Southern Pulsars
F. Crawford, V. M. Kaspi (MIT), R. N. Manchester (ATNF), A. G. Lyne (Jodrell Bank)

Session 112. Early Universe & the CMB

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, International Ballroom Center

112.01 The Cosmic Microwave Background: Beyond the Power Spectrum
M. Kamionkowski (Columbia U.)
112.02D Peculiarities of the Topology of the CMB Polarization field
D. Novikov (Univ.of Kansas), P. Naselsky (Rostov State Univ.)
112.03 Omega _0<1 Single Bubble Inflation: Theory and Implications for the CMB Anisotropy
M. Bucher (SUNY Stony Brook)
112.04 Anisotropy in the Cosmic Microwave Background: Results from Python IV
J. Kovac, M. Dragovan, D. A. Schleuning (U. of Chicago), D. Alvarez, J. B. Peterson (Carnegie-Mellon U.), K. Miller (U. of Colorado), S. R. Platt (U. of Arizona), G. Novak (Northwestern U.)
112.05 Using Cluster Abundances and Peculiar Velocities to Test the Gaussianity of the Cosmological Density Field
W. A. Chiu (Princeton U. Dept. of Physics), J. P. Ostriker, M. A. Strauss (Princeton U. Obs.)
112.06 Cosmic Infrared Background and clustering of the diffuse light in COBE/DIRBE maps
A. Kashlinsky (NORDITA, Copenhagen), J. Mather (NASA/GSFC), S. Odenwald (Hughes STX, GSFC)
112.07 Estimating the Power Spectrum Using QSO Absorbers
J. M. Quashnock (U. Chicago)

Session 113. Neutron Stars & Pulsars

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, International Ballroom East

113.01 Phase Shifts in the Bursting Pulsar, GRO J1744-28, as a Probe of Accretion Processes in Magnetized Neutron Stars
M. J. Stark (NASA/GSFC and U. of MD, College Park)
113.02 Highly sub-Eddington Spherical Accretion onto Isolated Neutron Stars
J. C. L. Wang (U. Maryland), R. S. Sutherland (ANU/MSSSO)
113.03 Neutron Star Mass-Radius Constraints from the Amplitude of Spin Modulation Pulsations During X-ray Bursts
T. E. Strohmayer (USRA/LHEA/GSFC), J. H. Swank, W. Zhang, N. E. White (LHEA/NASA/GSFC), I. Lapidus (University of Sussex)
113.04 The Spatial Distribution of Coalescing Neutron Star Binaries
J. S. Bloom (Caltech), S. Sigurdsson (IoA, Cambridge), O. Pols (IAC, Spain)
113.05 Do Neutron Stars Explore Spontaneously?
U.-L. Pen, A. Loeb (Harvard University), N. Turok (Cambridge University)
113.06 Gamma-Ray and Relativistic Binary Neutron Star Hydrodynamics
G. J. Mathews (U. Notre Dame), J. R. Wilson (U. Notre Dame, LLNL), J. Salmonson (LLNL)
113.07D Pulsar Survey and Timing with the Penn State Pulsar Machines
B. Cadwell (Naval Research Laboratory)
113.08 The Unbiased Velocity Distribution of Neutron Stars from a Simulation of Pulsar Surveys
Z. Arzoumanian, J. M. Cordes, D. Chernoff (Cornell U.)

Session 114. Circumstellar Material & Nebulae

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, Georgetown

114.01D Kinematics of Mass Losing AGB Stars in the IRAS Two Color Diagram
M. Woodhams (Princeton University)
114.02D Silicate Feature Variation in Long-Period Variable Stars
M. J. Creech-Eakman (California Institute of Technology)
114.03 NIR Observations of Emission Line stars in W43 and W51
A. Cotera (JPL/Caltech), J. Simpson (NASA Ames Research Center)
114.04 Collimated Outflows in the Stingray Nebula (He 3-1357)
M. Bobrowsky (Orbital Sciences Corporation), K. C. Sahu (STScI), M. Parthasarathy (Indian Institute of Astrophysics), P. García-Lario (ISO Science Operations Centre)
114.05 Near-Infrared Imaging of Stellar Outflows with Keck I
J. D. Monnier, P. G. Tuthill, W. C. Danchi (UC, Berkeley), C. Haniff (Cambridge U.)
114.06 On The Role of the ISM Magnetic Field in Shaping Interacting Planetary Nebulae
R. Dgani (UT)
114.07 Emission-Line Imaging of Giant HII Regions in M33
B. P. Skelton (U. Washington)

Session 115. Star Clusters & Dwarf Galaxies

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, Jefferson

115.01D The MACHO Project 9 Million Star Color-Magnitude Diagram of the Large Magellanic Cloud Bar
D. Alves (UCD/LLNL), C. Alcock, K. Cook, S. Marshall, D. Minniti (LLNL), R. Allsman, T. Axelrod, K. Freeman, B. Peterson, A. Rodgers (MSSSO), A. Becker, C. Stubbs, A. Tomaney (UW), K. Griest, T. Vandehei (UCSD), D. Bennett (ND), M. Lehner (Sheff), C. Nelson (UCB), M. Pratt (MIT), P. Quinn (ESO), W. Sutherland (Oxford), D. Welch (McMaster)
115.02 IZw18: A Complex Metal-poor Galaxy
D. de Mello (STScI), J. Heldmann (Colgate U.), D. Schaerer, C. Leitherer (STScI)
115.03 The Completely Transparent Galaxy UGC 12695
K. O'Neil, G. D. Bothun (U. Oregon), C. D. Impey (Steward Obs.)
115.04 The Mass Function of Young Star Clusters in Merging Galaxies
B. W. Miller (Leiden Obs.), S. M. Fall (STScI)

Session 116. Galaxy Clusters & Evolution

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, Lincoln

116.01 Expectations for Cosmology from Cluster Observations with XMM and AXAF
A. K. Romer (Carnegie Mellon University)
116.02 X-ray Measurements of the Intercluster Medium and Interferometric Observations of the Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect in Abell 2218
S. K. Patel (U. Alabama in Huntsville), M. Joy (NASA/MSFC), J. E. Carlstrom (U. Chicago), J. P. Hughes (Rutgers Univ.), L. Grego (CalTech), W. L. Holzapfel, A. R. Cooray (U. Chicago)
116.03 Ongoing Gas Stripping in the Virgo Cluster Spiral NGC 4522
J. Kenney, R. Koopmann (Yale)
116.04 An Deficiency of High Redshift, High Luminosity X-ray Clusters: Evidence for a High Value for Omega.
R. C. Nichol (CMU), D. Reichart (U. Chicago), A. K. Romer (CMU), C. A. Collins, D. J. Burke (LJMU), B. P. Holden, M. P. Ulmer (NWU)
116.05 Interpretation of the X-ray Luminosity Function of Nearby Rich and Poor Galaxy Clusters
M. Ledlow (U. New Mexico/NMSU), C. Loken (NMSU), J. Burns (U. Missouri), F. Owen (NRAO), W. Voges (MPE, Germany)
116.06 The Enrichment of the Intragroup Medium
J. S. Mulchaey (OCIW), D. S. Davis (MIT), R. F. Mushotzky (NASA/GSFC)
116.07 The Evolution of the Radio Galaxy Population in Very-Rich Clusters
G. Morrison (NRAO-SOC/UNM), F. Owen (NRAO-SOC), M. Ledlow (U.of New Mexico), W. Keel (UAlabama), J. Hill (UArizona)
116.08 Results on Galaxy Evolution from the CNOC2 Redshift Survey
H. Lin, H. K. C. Yee, R. G. Carlberg, E. Ellingson (U.Colorado), S. Morris (DAO)
116.09 Mechanisms for Central Abundance Enhancements in Clusters of Galaxies
R. A. Dupke (U. Alabama), R. E. White III (U. Alabama)

Session 117. Infrared Space Observatory

Oral, Saturday, 10:00-11:30am, Monroe

117.01 Highlights from the ISO Mission
M. Harwit (Washington, DC)
117.02 Transforming Your ISO Data into Science
D. Van Buren (IPAC/Caltech)

Session 118. Warner Prize Lecture

Oral, Saturday, 11:40am-12:30pm, International Ballroom Center

118.01 Galaxies and Large-Scale Structure at Redshift z \sim 3
C. Steidel (Palomar Observatory, Caltech)

Session 119. Gamma Ray Bursts

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, International Ballroom Center

119.01 Did A Galactic Gamma-Ray Burst Kill the Dinosaurs?
K. Brecher (Boston U.)
119.02 Electron Acceleration and Synchrotron Radiation in Relativistic Blast Waves: Applications to GRBs and Blazars
C. D. Dermer (NRL), J. Chiang (NRC/NRL)
119.03 The True Distributions and Correlations of GRB Spectral Characteristics
N. M. Lloyd, V. Petrosian (Stanford U.)
119.04 Optical Followup of GRBs
S. R. Kulkarni, J. Bloom, S. Djorgovski, S. Odewahn, D. Vakil (Caltech), D. A. Frail (NRAO), R. Goodrich (Keck Observatory)
119.05 HST Observations of Gamma-ray Bursts
K. C. Sahu (STScI)
119.06 Localizations of Gamma-Ray Bursts with the All-Sky Monitor on RXTE
D. Smith, L. Wen, H. Bradt, R. Remillard, A. Levine (MIT), J. G. Jernigan, K. Hurley (UCB), G. Fishman, C. Kouveliotou, C. Meegan (NASA/MSFC), T. Cline, P. Butterworth (NASA/GSFC), E. Mazets, S. Golenetskii (IPTI)
119.07 Beam On Target (BOT) Produces Gamma Ray Burst (GRB) Fireballs and Afterglows
H. D. Greyber (Potomac, MD)
119.08 QPOs in Soft Gamma Repeaters: Evidence for the Magnetar Model
R. C. Duncan (U. Texas at Austin)

Session 120. The Sun

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, International Ballroom East

120.01 Variations in the Solar Radius during Solar Cycle 22
G. Chapman, A. Cookson, J. Dobias, S. Walton (SFO/CSUN)
120.02 Supergranular Evolution, Solar Rotation, and a Search for Giant Cells, using Full-disk SOHO/SOI/MDI Dopplergrams
G. W. Simon (AFRL - NSO/SP), L. H. Strous (NSO/SP)
120.03 Formation of the Helium II 304ÅLine in the Solar Atmosphere
S. D. Jordan, V. Andretta (NASA/GSFC)
120.04 Plasma Streaming as Indicator of Field Topology in a Quiescent Filament
J. B. Zirker (NSO), O. Engvold (U. Oslo), S. F. Martin (Helio Research)
120.05 LASCO observations of CMEs with helical geometries
K. Dere (NRL)
120.06 Self-similar Time-dependent MHD in Three-dimensional Space
B. C. Low (High Altitude Observatory, NCAR), S. E. Gibson (NASA/GSFC)
120.07 Accelerated and Ambient He Abundances from Gamma-Ray Line Measurements of Flares
G. H. Share, R. J. Murphy (NRL)

Session 121. Molecular Clouds/Star Formation

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, Georgetown

121.01D Far-Infrared and Submillimeter Polarization of OMC-1 -- Evidence for Magnetically Regulated Star Formation
D. A. Schleuning (U. Chicago)
121.02 VLA OH and H I Zeeman Maps of the Magnetic Field toward NGC 2024
R. M. Crutcher, D. A. Roberts (U. Illinois), T. H. Troland (U. Kentucky), W. M. Goss (NRAO)
121.03 Barometrically Challenged Molecular Clouds
M. Heyer, R. Snell (FCRAO/UMass), J. Carpenter (OVRO/Cal Tech)
121.04 ISO Detection of CO^+ toward the Protostar IRAS 16293-2422
A. Rudolph (Harvey Mudd College), C. Ceccarelli (Obs. de Grenoble), E. Caux (CESR CNSR-UPS, Toulouse, France), M. Wolfire (Univ. of Md.), B. Nisini, P. Saraceno (CNR-Frascati, Italy), G. J. White (Queen Mary and Westfield College)
121.05 The Structure and Environmental Impacts of Protostellar Outflows in DR 21 and Orion
J. J. Wiseman (NRAO), P. T. P. Ho (CFA), R. Brown (NRAO)
121.06 Evidence for Outflow-Infall Interactions Terminating Accretion in Protostellar Disks
T. Velusamy, W. D. Langer (JPL, CALTECH)
121.07 Synthetic Images and Long-Slit Spectra of Protostellar Jets
F. H. Shu, H. Shang (UC, Berkeley), A. E. Glassgold (New York Univ.)
121.08 Why Does Intermittency of Supersonic Turbulence Not Affect Its Kolmogorov Spectrum?
B. P. Holder (Wesleyan University and Maria Mitchell Observatory), V. Strelnitski (Maria Mitchell Observatory)

Session 122. Galaxies, Clusters of Galaxies & IGM

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, Jefferson

122.01D Studies of Substructure in Clusters of Galaxies: A Two-Dimensional Analysis
J. R. Kriessler (U. Minnesota)
122.02D Weak Lensing by High Redshift Clusters of Galaxies
D. Clowe, G. Luppino, N. Kaiser (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii)
122.03D Calibration of the Tully-Fisher Relation for use with carbon monoxide line widths
T. Lavezzi (HIA/DAO)
122.04 The Kinematic Composition of MgII Absorbing Galaxies
J. C. Charlton, C. W. Churchill (Penn State)
122.05 Iron--Enhanced High--Metallicity Mg II Absorbers in the z<1 Ly\alpha Forest
C. W. Churchill (Penn State), V. L. Brun (LAS du CNRS)
122.06 Using AXAF to Probe the Intergalactic Medium
T. Fang, C. R. Canizares (M.I.T.)

Session 123. Galaxy Evolution: Dwarfs & Clusters

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, Lincoln

123.01 Properties of Outflows from Dwarf Galaxies: Insights into the Evolution of the Star Formation Rate
C. L. Martin (STScI)
123.02D Dwarf Galaxies and Their Formation: A Study in the Compact Group Environment
S. D. Hunsberger (PSU)
123.03D Environmental Effects on Morphology and Massive Star Formation in 93 Bright Virgo Cluster and Isolated Spirals
R. A. Koopmann (Yale University)
123.04 Numerical Simulation of M81-M82-NGC3077 System Using a Parallelized TreeSPH code
P. S. Li (U. Wyoming, U. Illinois), H. A. Thronson Jr. (U. Wyoming, NASA HQ)
123.05 Dynamical evolution of galaxies in dense cluster environment.
O. Y. Gnedin (Princeton University Observatory)
123.06 Stormy Weather in Galaxy Clusters
J. O. Burns (U. Missouri)
123.07 Extragalactic Abundance Gradients, Self-Regulated Star Formation, and the Initial Mass Function
G. J. Mathews (U. Notre Dame), J. J. Cowan, R. B. C. Henry (U. Oklahoma)

Session 124. Elliptical Galaxies

Oral, Saturday, 2:00-3:30pm, Monroe

124.01D The Interaction Between Late-Stage Stellar Mass Loss and the Hot ISM in Elliptical Galaxies
J. Parriott, J. N. Bregman (U. Michigan)
124.02D On the Origin of the UV Upturn in Elliptical Galaxies
124.03 NGC 3379: Elliptical or S0?
T. S. Statler (Ohio U.), T. Smecker-Hane (UC Irvine)
124.04 Dynamical Properties of Counter Rotating Cores Formed by Sinking Satelitte Galaxies
J. Bak (Ohio U.)
124.05 Do Elliptical Galaxies Have Dark Matter?
M. Loewenstein (NASA/GSFC), R. E. White III (U. Alabama)
124.06D Robust Relative Distances between Elliptical Galaxies
E. L. Gates, J. T. McGraw (UNM)