Session List



Session 65. Invited Talk: Shafter

Oral, Thursday, 8:30-9:20am, Presidio

65.01 Novae in External Galaxies
A. W. Shafter (SDSU)

Session 66. Galaxies

Display, Thursday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Atlas Ballroom

66.01 The Arecibo Dual-Beam Survey: A Trove of Extragalactic HI Sources
J. L. Rosenberg, S. E. Schneider (University of Massachusetts)
66.02 Deep HST Imaging of the COMA cD NGC 4874
J. Kavelaars, W. E. Harris (McMaster U.), D. A. Hanes (Queen's U.), J. E. Hesser (DAO), C. J. Pritchet (U. Victoria)
66.03 WFPC2 Observations of the Blue Irregular Galaxy NGC 4214
C. E. Pickens (JHU), J. W. MacKenty (STScI), C. A. Norman, R. Burg, R. F. G. Wyse (JHU), R. E. Griffiths (CMU)
66.04 The Diverse Nature of Early-type Spirals
S. Hameed, N. Devereux (New Mexico State U.)
66.05 Characteristics of HI Supershells in Nearby Galaxies
D. A. Thilker (NMSU), R. Braun (NFRA), R. A. M. Walterbos (NMSU)
66.06 Morphology of the Barred Spiral Galaxy 2903
A. Dosaj (SAO)
66.07 GMCs in Andromeda
K. Sheth, S. N. Vogel (U. Maryland)
66.08 The Radial Distribution of Molecular Gas in Spiral Galaxies: Results from the BIMA Survey
M. W. Regan (CIW/DTM), T. T. Helfer (NRAO), M. D. Thornley (MPE), K. Sheth, S. N. Vogel (UMD), T. Wong, L. Blitz, D. Bock (UC Berkeley)
66.09 Central Concentration of Molecular Gas in Spiral Galaxies
K. Sakamoto (Nobeyama Radio Obs./Caltech), S. K. Okumura (NRO), S. Ishizuki (National Astron. Obs. Japan), N. Z. Scoville (Caltech)
66.10 HST Surface Photometry of NGC 4314 - History of Star Formation in a Nuclear Ring
G. F. Benedict, A. Howell, I. Jørgensen (McDonald Obs., U. Texas), B. J. Smith (CASA, U. Colorado), J. D. P. Kenney (Astronomy, Yale U.)
66.11 Near-Infrared Imaging and Spectroscopy of Circumnuclear Star Formation in M100
S. D. Ryder (Joint Astronomy Centre), J. H. Knapen, S. Laine, M. D. Pérez (U. Hertfordshire)
66.12 Cepheid Distances to Virgo Cluster Galaxies
J. A. Graham (DTM), L. Ferrarese (Caltech), W. L. Freedman (OCIW), R. C. Kennicutt (U.Arizona), J. R. Mould (MSSO), A. Saha (NOAO), P. B. Stetson (DAO), B. F. Madore (Caltech), H. Ford (JHU), B. K. Gibson (MSSO), M. Han (GSFC), J. G. Hoessel (U.Wisconsin), J. Huchra (CfA), S. M. G. Hughes (RGO), G. D. Illingworth (UCSC), D. Kelson (DTM), L. M. Macri (CfA), R. L. Phelps (OCIW), S. Sakai (NOAO), N. A. Silbermann (Caltech)
66.13 Chemical Abundances in the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy
T. Smecker-Hane (UCI), A. McWilliam (OCIW), R. Ibata (UBC)
66.14 The Transparency of the Pegasus Dwarf Galaxy
K. Krienke (Seattle Pacific U.), P. W. Hodge (U. of Washington)
66.15 Multi-band Observations of the Local Group Starburst Galaxy IC 10
D. B. Zucker, P. W. Hodge (University of Washington)
66.16 HST/WFPC2 Observations of Stellar Populations in the LMC Field
M. Geha, J. Holtzman (NMSU), WFPC2 IDT
66.17 Hydrodynamic Viscosity and Self-gravitation in Accretion Disks
W. J. Duschl (ITA, Heidelberg, Germany and MPIfR, Bonn, Germany), P. A. Strittmatter (Steward Obs. and MPIfR, Bonn, Germany), P. L. Biermann (MPIfR, Bonn, Germany)
66.18 Magnetic Field Generation in the High-Magnetic-Prandtl-Number Plasmas of Galaxies and Protogalaxies
R. M. Kinney, B. D. G. Chandran, S. C. Cowley, J. C. McWilliams (UCLA)

Session 67. Stars: Evolution, Atmospheres, Intrinsic

Display, Thursday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Atlas Ballroom

67.01 Rotation periods for solar-type stars in NGC 2516
S. Barnes (Lowell Observatory), S. Sofia (Yale University)
67.02 Properties of Low-Mass Stars from Broadband Photometry
P. C. Dawson (Trent University), C. A. P. Krawchuk, M. M. De Robertis (York University)
67.03 Evolutionary Tracks for Betelgeuse
G. J. Mathews, G. Herczeg (U. Notre Dame), D. S. P. Dearborn (LLNL)
67.04 Stellar Angular Diameters and Linear Radii from Optical Interferometry
T. E. Nordgren, M. Dyck (USNO Astrometry Dept.), J. Sudol (Univ. of Wyoming), M. Germain, C. A. Hummel, J. A. Benson (USNO Astrometry Dept.)
67.05 Analysis of Apparent Velocities from High-Resolution NEWSIPS-Processed IUE Data
M. A. Smith (CSC/MAST/STScI)
67.06 Searching for Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs in STIS Parallels
P. Plait (ACC)
67.07 Wind Acceleration in Evolved Late-Type Stars: The Fe II Wind Problem
G. M. Harper (U. Colorado)
67.08 The BRIGHTEST STARS: A Revision of the RASC Observer's Handbook Table
R. F. Garrison, B. Beattie (DDO, UToronto)
67.09 PHOENIX IR Spectra of CO in the Sun and the Stars
T. R. Ayres (CASA), J. A. Valenti, K. H. Hinkle (NOAO), C. M. Johns-Krull (UCB), G. R. Wiedemann (ESO)
67.10 HD 196944 : A Carbon and s-Process Rich, Very Metal-Poor Star
W. J. Schuster (Observatorio Astronomico Nacional, UNAM), L. Zacs (Ventspils Int. Radio Astron. Center, Latvia), P. E. Nissen (Inst. Physics and Astron., Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark)
67.11 Strömgren Photometry of B and A Stars with the Four College Automated Photoelectric Telescope
S. J. Adelman, C. M. Pi, K. E. Rayle (Physics Department, The Citadel)
67.12 Radii and Effective Temperatures of Giant and Supergiant Stars as Measured at PTI. II
G. T. van Belle, PTI Collaboration (JPL), H. M. Dyck (USNO), R. R. Thompson (U. Wyoming)
67.13 Binaries and Blue Stellar Sequences in Metal-Rich Old Open Clusters
E. M. Green, J. Liebert (Steward Obs., U. Arizona), A. Sarajedini (San Francisco State Univ.), R. C. Peterson (UCO/Lick Observatory)
67.14 Goddard High-Resolution Spectrograph Observations of \beta Geminorum
R. A. Osten (CASA, U. Colorado), B. E. Wood (CfA), J. L. Linsky (JILA, U. Colorado), A. Brown (CASA, U. Colorado)
67.15 NICMOS Coronagraphic Observations of Circumstellar Environments - Preliminary Results
G. Schneider, R. Thompson (U. of Arizona), E. Becklin (U. of California), B. Smith (U. of Hawaii), R. Terrile (JPL)
67.16 Low Temperature Grain Opacities
D. R. Alexander, A. Tamanai, F. Allard, J. W. Ferguson (Wichita State U.)
67.17 The Formation of PAHs in Carbon Star Atmospheres
J. W. Ferguson, D. R. Alexander, F. Allard (Wichita State U.), H. R. Johnson (Indiana U.)
67.18 ET Cephei --- An RR Lyrae with a Strong Blazhko Effect
R. Oppenheim, P. J. Benson (Wellesley C.)
67.19 Photometry of Multimode RR Lyrae Stars
H. A. Smith (Mich. State)
67.20 Vanishing of H\alpha Emission at Phase 0.5 of the K2V component of V471 Tauri
L. Rottler (UCO Lick Observatory), C. Batalha (Observatório Nacional), A. Young (SDSU), S. Vogt (UCSC)
67.21 The 1997/98 Eclipse of VV Cephei: First Results from HST/STIS
P. D. Bennett, A. Brown (CASA, U. Colorado), W. H. Bauer (Wellesley College)
67.22 [Fe/H] Calibration of \delta Scuti Variables Using Caby Photometry
M. L. Hintz, M. D. Joner, E. G. Hintz, C. G. Christensen (Brigham Young University)
67.23 Early Results From the BYU Variable Star Database
E. G. Hintz, M. D. Joner, M. L. Hintz (Brigham Young University)

Session 68. Degenerate Stars, Pulsars

Display, Thursday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Atlas Ballroom

68.01 Magnetospheric Geometry in Pulsar B1929+10 from Radio/X-ray Phase Alignment
A. L. Somer, D. C. Backer (UC, Berkeley), J. P. Halpern, F. Y. -H. Wang (Columbia U.)
68.02 Using Chaos to Test Pulsar Emission Models
T. DeLaney, J. C. Weatherall (New Mexico Inst. of Mining and Tech.)
68.03 Exploring the Relationship Between Burst Emission and the Pulsar in GRO J1744-28
M. J. Stark (U. Maryland), K. Jahoda (NASA / GSFC), W. J. Lipski (Colby College)
68.04 UV/Optical Spectral Energy Distributions of Luminous X-ray Binaries in Globular Clusters
E. W. Deutsch, B. Margon, S. F. Anderson (U. Washington)
68.05 Gamma Ray Pulsar Luminosities
M. A. McLaughlin, J. M. Cordes (Cornell U.), M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern U.)
68.06 Very High Energy Observations of Pulsars
R. Srinivasan (Purdue U.), Whipple Collaboration
68.07 Radio Pulsar Emission Mechanisms
C. Chen, S. Cowley (U.C.L.A.)
68.08 The Spectrum of the White Dwarf Star Procyon B Obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope
J. Provencal, H. Shipman (Univ. of Delaware)
68.09 The Low-Mass X-ray Binary in the Globular Cluster NGC 6652:A serendipitous ASCA observation
K. Mukai, A. Smale (NASA/GSFC and USRA)
68.10 RXTE\/ Observations of XTE J0421+560 (CI Cam)
D. W. Fox, J. M. Kommers, W. H. G. Lewin, E. H. Morgan (MIT), S. Dieters, C. Kouveliotou (MSFC), J. van Paradijs (U. Alabama, Huntsville and U. Amsterdam), M. van der Klis, T. Belloni (U. Amsterdam)
68.11 Effects of Rapid Stellar Spin on Equation of State Constraints Derived from QPOs
F. K. Lamb (U. Illinois), M. C. Miller (U. Chicago), G. Cook (Cornell)
68.12 Magnetic Effects on Thermal Evolution of Neutron Stars
A. M. K. LeRoux, S. Tsuruta (Montana State University)

Session 69. Starburst Galaxies

Display, Thursday, 9:20am-4:00pm, Atlas Ballroom

69.01 Molecular Clouds in the Nucleus of IC 342: CO Isotope Observations
D. Meier, J. Turner (UCLA), R. Hurt (IPAC)
69.02 Neutral Carbon in the Nucleus of IC 342
L. Crosthwaite, D. Meier, J. Turner (UCLA), D. Benford (Caltech)
69.03 Keck Long Wavelength Spectrometer Images of Luminous IR Galaxies
B. Jones, R. C. Puetter, H. E. Smith, W. A. Stein, M. C. Wang (CASS/UCSD), R. Campbell (Keck Obs.)
69.04 Ultraluminous Starburst Potential in the Antennae Galaxies: NGC 4038/39
Y. Gao, R. A. Gruendl (U. Illinois), K. Y. Lo, S. -W. Lee, C. Y. Hwang (ASIAA, Taiwan)
69.05 BIMA Observations of ``the Antennae'' Galaxies
R. A. Gruendl, Y. Gao (UIUC), K. Y. Lo, C. -Y. Hwang, S. -W. Lee (ASIAA)
69.06 Kinematics of I Zwicky 18 and Companion Galaxy
R. J. Dufour (Rice U.), P. L. Shopbell (Caltech)
69.07 HST Spectroscopy of the Circumnuclear Starbursts of NGC 1068
C. L. Miskey, F. C. Bruhweiler, M. Smith Neubig (IACS/Catholic Univ. of America), W. Landsman, E. Malumuth (Raytheon-STX/GSFC), A. Smith (NASA/GSFC)
69.08 A Multi-Wavelength Study of the Luminous Infrared Galaxy NGC 6670
W. H. Wang, K. Y. Lo, C. Y. Hwang, S. -W. Lee, T. H. Lee (ASIAA), Y. Gao, R. Gruendl (UIUC)
69.09 A Merging Sequence of Luminous Infrared Galaxies : Comparison between CO and Radio Continuum Emission
S. -W. Lee, K. Y. Lo, C. Y. Hwang, W. H. Wang, T. H. Lee (ASIAA), Y. Gao, R. Gruendl (UIUC)
69.10 A Merging Sequence of Luminous Infrared Galaxies: Mid-Infrared and Submillimeter Observations
C. Y. Hwang, K. Y. Lo, S. -W. Lee, W. H. Wang, T. H. Lee (ASIAA), Y. Gao, R. Gruendl (UIUC)
69.11 Long-slit Spectroscopy of the Star-forming Regions in the Interacting Galaxies NGC 3395/3396
D. Weistrop, C. Nelson (UNLV), R. Angione (SDSU)
69.12 Long-Slit Spectroscopy of the Star-forming Regions in the Interacting Galaxies NGC 3991, NGC 3994 and NGC 3995
C. Nelson, D. Weistrop (UNLV), R. Angione (SDSU)
69.13 Molecular Gas Kinematics in the Barred Wolf-Rayet Galaxy NGC 6764
D. T. Frayer, N. Z. Scoville (Caltech)

Session 70. Cosmic Backgrounds and the Distant Universe

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30am, Presidio

70.01 A model for source counts and redshift distributions of deep MIR surveys
C. Xu, P. B. Hacking, F. Fang, D. L. Shupe, C. J. Lonsdale, N. Lu, G. Helou (IPAC, JPL, Caltech), G. Stacey, M. Ashby (Cornell University)
70.02 The Contribution of Supernovae to the Cosmological MeV \gamma-ray Background
K. Watanabe (NASA/GSFC/USRA), D. H. Hartmann, M. D. Leising, L. -S. The (CLEMSON University)
70.03D COMPTEL measurements of the Cosmic Diffuse Gamma-Ray Spectrum from 800 keV to 30 MeV
S. C. Kappadath, J. Ryan, M. McConnell (U. New Hampshire), K. Bennett, C. Winkler (Astrophysics Div., ESTEC, The Netherlands), H. Bloemen, W. Hermsen (SRON-Utrecht, The Netherlands), R. Diehl, V. Schönfelder, M. Varendorff, G. Weidenspointner (MPE-Garching, Germany)
70.04 Hot Universe Background Explorer (HUBE)
R. C. Henry, J. Murthy, H. Ford (JHU), K. Peacock (APL), D. N. Burrows (PSU), B. W. Smith, J. J. Bloch (LANL)
70.05 Fast Algorithm for Likelihood Evaluation of Mega-Pixel Maps
A. Kogut (NASA/GSFC)
70.06 Near-Infrared Search for Baryonic Dark Matter in the Halo of NGC 4565
J. J. Bock (JPL), A. E. Lange, S. A. Yost (Caltech), K. Uemizu, M. Kawada, T. Matsumoto (ISAS, Japan)
70.07 A Sub--galactic Pair at z = 5.35
H. Spinrad, D. Stern, A. Bunker (UC Berkeley), A. Dey (JHU), K. Lanzetta, A. Yahil, S. Pascarelle (SUNY Stony Brook), A. Fernandez--Soto (UNSW, Sydney, Australia)
70.08 The Hot Dog: Keck Spectroscopy of a z=2.8 Galaxy in the HDF
A. J. Bunker, D. Stern, H. Spinrad (UC, Berkeley), A. Dey (JHU), C. C. Steidel (Palomar Obs., Caltech)

Session 71. Survival Guide for Young Astronomers

Special, Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30am, Sierra

71.01 Survival Guide, Introduction
E. Guinan (U. Villanova), S. Howard (NSF)
71.02 To Boldly Go: Practical Career Advice for Young Scientists
P. Fiske (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)

Session 72. Cosmic Rays and Abundances

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30am, Padre

72.01 Measurements of the Isotopic Composition of Anomalous Cosmic Rays from the ACE Solar Isotope Spectrometer
R. A. Leske, C. M. S. Cohen, A. C. Cummings, R. A. Mewaldt, E. C. Stone (Caltech), B. L. Dougherty, M. E. Wiedenbeck (JPL), E. R. Christian, T. T. von Rosenvinge (NASA/GSFC)
72.02 Cosmic-Ray Isotopes in the Iron--Nickel Group
M. E. Wiedenbeck, B. L. Dougherty, N. E. Yanasak (JPL), A. C. Cummings, R. A. Leske, R. A. Mewaldt, E. C. Stone, M. R. Thayer (Caltech), E. R. Christian, T. T. von Rosenvinge (NASA/GSFC), W. R. Binns, P. L. Hink, J. Klarmann, M. Lijowski (Washington U.)
72.03 Implications of Early Galactic Be and B on Cosmic Ray Origin
R. Ramaty (NASA - GSFC), R. E. Lingenfelter (UCSD - CASS)
72.04 Supernova Grains: The Source of Cosmic Ray Metals
R. Lingenfelter (UCSD), R. Ramaty (GSFC)
72.05D The Clustering Properties of Low-Redshift QSO Absorption Line Systems Towards the Galactic Poles
D. E. Vanden Berk (U. Texas)
72.06 Possible Detection of Super Solar Abundances in Intergalactic Lyman-\alpha Forest Clouds
S. Burles (U. Chicago), D. R. Tytler, D. Kirkman (UCSD)

Session 73. Spiral Galaxies

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30am, Friars

73.01 The BIMA Survey of CO in Nearby Spiral Galaxies
T. T. Helfer (NRAO), M. D. Thornley (MPE), M. W. Regan (CIW/DTM), K. Sheth, S. N. Vogel (UMD), T. Wong, L. Blitz, D. Bock (UC Berkeley)
73.02D A Long-Slit Spectral Analysis of the Nuclear Region of M101
P. W. A. Roming, J. W. Moody, E. G. Hintz (Brigham Young U.)
73.03 A Very Deep High Resolution X-ray Image of the Face-on Spiral M101
Q. D. Wang (Northwestern U.), R. Walterbos, D. Thilker (NMSU), R. Braun (NFRA)
73.04 Near Infrared Brackett Gamma Imaging and Spectroscopy of Nearby Spiral Galaxies
L. V. Jones, R. J. Elston (University of Florida)
73.05 Bulges of Spirals: A Survey with HST
C. M. Carollo (JHU), M. Stiavelli (STScI)
73.06 Molecular Gas and Dust in IC342: Signs of Inhibited Star Formation
R. L. Hurt (IPAC/Caltech), J. L. Turner (UCLA), D. A. Levine (IPAC/Caltech)

Session 74. Pulsars

Oral, Thursday, 10:00-11:30am, DeAnza/Mesa

74.01D Coherent Emission Mechanisms in Radio Pulsars
M. Lyutikov (Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics)
74.02 VLBI Images of Relativistic Galactic Jet Sources: SS433 and CI Cam
A. J. Mioduszewski (JIVE/NRAO), R. M. Hjellming, M. P. Rupen (NRAO)
74.03D Millisecond Pulsar Polarimetry: Decoding Neutron Star Magnetospheres
S. Sallmen, D. C. Backer (University of California at Berkeley)
74.04 Possible Time Variability in the Pulsed X-ray Flux from the Vela Pulsar
M. S. Strickman (NRL), A. K. Harding (NASA/GSFC)
74.05 Discovery of an Ultra-fast X-ray Pulsar in the Supernova Remnant N157B
F. E. Marshall, W. Zhang (NASA/GSFC), E. V. Gotthelf (NASA/GSFC and USRA), J. Middleditch (LANL), Q. D. Wang (Northwestern U.)

Session 75. Invited Talk: Goldreich

Oral, Thursday, 11:40am-12:30pm, Presidio

75.01 Oscillating White Dwarfs
P. Goldreich (Caltech)

Session 76. NASA Town Meeting

Extra, Oral, Thursday, 1:00-2:00pm, Sierra

76.01 NASA, Introduction
A. N. Bunner, E. Weiler (NASA)

Session 77. Irregular and Star Burst Galaxies

Oral, Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm, Presidio

77.01 The Star Formation History of the Local Group Dwarf Galaxy Leo I
C. Gallart, W. Freedman (Carnegie Obs.), A. Aparicio (Inst. de Astrofisica de Canarias), G. Bertelli (Nat'l Council of Research, Rome, Italy), C. Chiosi (Padova U., Italy)
77.02D The Formation and Evolution of the LMC
K. A. Olsen (U. Washington)
77.03 H\alpha Emission 11 kpc Above M82
D. Devine (GSFC), J. Bally (U. Colorado)
77.04 Interstellar Absorption Lines in the Spectrum of the Starburst Galaxy NGC 1705
M. S. Sahu (NASA/GSFC)

Session 78. X-ray Binaries

Oral, Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm, Sierra

78.01 Simulations of X-ray Reprocessing in a Massive X-ray Binary Wind
P. S. Wojdowski, G. W. Clark, J. W. Woo (MIT), T. R. Kallman (NASA-GSFC), J. M. Blondin (North Carolina S. U.)
78.02 Fragmentation of the Inner Parts of Relativistic Accretion Disks
P. Ghosh (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
78.03 Correlation Between Energy Spectral States and Fast Time Variability and Further Evidence for Marginally Stable Orbit in 4U 1820-30
W. Zhang, A. P. Smale, T. E. Strohmayer, J. H. Swank (GSFC)
78.04 On the Stability of Millisecond Oscillations During X-ray Bursts
T. E. Strohmayer, J. H. Swank, W. Zhang, N. E. White (NASA/GSFC), A. B. Giles, K. M. Hill (Univ. Tasmania)
78.05 VLA Radio Images and Spectral Evolution for the April 1, 1998 Outburst of XTE J0421+560 (= CI Cam)
R. M. Hjellming, A. J. Mioduszewski, F. Ghigo, M. P. Rupen (NRAO), E. B. Waltman (NRL)
78.06 Lense-Thirring Precession and QPOs in X-Ray Binaries
D. Markovic, F. K. Lamb (University of Illinois)

Session 79. Special Objects in the Galaxy

Oral, Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm, Padre

79.01 MIR Search for Sgr A*
A. Cotera, M. Werner, M. Ressler (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
79.02 A Massive Black Hole Within a Cluster of Compact Stellar Remnants: Possible Structure of Dark Mass Concentration at the Galactic Center
L. Ozernoy (CSI/GMU and GSFC/NASA)
79.03 Elemental Abundances in Stars in the Retrograde Globular Cluster NGC 3201
G. Wallerstein, G. Gonzalez (U. Washington)
79.04 A Candidate Protoplanet in the Taurus Molecular Cloud
S. Terebey (Extrasolar Research Corp.), D. Van Buren (Jet Propulsion Lab), T. Hancock (Extrasolar Research Corp.), D. L. Padgett, M. Brundage (Jet Propulsion Lab)
79.05 A Circumstellar Disk in a Young Binary System
C. D. Koresko (Caltech)
79.06 Beta Pic-like circumstellar gas surrounding 2 newproto-planetary disk candidate stars
B. Y. Welsh, N. Craig (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley), I. Crawford (Department of Astronomy, UCL, London)
79.07 Recent Outbursts of EXORs
G. S. Stringfellow (CASA, University of Colorado), T. Kato, D. Nogami (Kyoto University), A. Landolt (Louisiana State University), D. Calzetti (STScI), S. Laurent-Muehleisen (LLNL)
79.08D A Local, Linear Stability Analysis of Accretion Disk Boundary Layers
T. J. B. Collins, H. L. Helfer, H. M. Van Horn (U Rochester)

Session 80. Education, Green Flashes and Future Missions

Oral, Thursday, 2:00-3:30pm, Friars

80.01 Report on Astronomy Workshops for College Teachers, 1993-97
S. J. Little, I. R. Little-Marenin, C. D. Garmany (CASA, University of Colorado)
80.02 Understanding Green Flashes
A. T. Young (SDSU)
80.03 Design for a low-cost, 2.4-meter, geosynchronous UV Observatory
B. Haisch, P. Robb, K. Strong (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Ctr.), D. Shemansky (U. Southern California)
80.04 A Telescope Design for Direct Imaging of Extrasolar Planets
P. Robb, L. Bandermann, B. Haisch, K. Strong (Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Ctr.)
80.05 The DS3 Mission: A Separated Spacecraft Optical Interferometer
R. P. Linfield, P. W. Gorham (JPL/CalTech)
80.06 Current Status of the HST Advanced Camera for Surveys
M. Clampin (STScI), ACS Science Team (JHU)
80.07 Filter Set for the HST Advanced Camera for Surveys
Z. I. Tsvetanov (JHU), D. B. Leviton (GSFC), H. C. Ford (JHU/STScI), ACS IDT Team
80.08 Prospects for a Wide Field CCD Camera Aboard NGST
D. A. Golimowski, H. C. Ford, Z. I. Tsvetanov (JHU), C. J. Burrows, J. E. Krist, R. L. White, M. Clampin, M. Rafal, G. Hartig (STScI)