AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 40. Extragalactic Star Clusters: From Ancient Globulars to Young Star Clusters

Topical, Oral, Tuesday, June 1, 1999, 8:30-10:00am, 10:45am-12:30pm, 2:30-4:00pm, 4:15-6:00pm, Continental Ballroom A

40.01 Comparative Properties of the Globular Cluster Systems of M31, M33 and Dwarf Spheroidals: implications for the early formation history of the Local Group
A. Sarajedini (Wesleyan University)
40.02 The Globular Cluster Systems of the Fornax and Sagittarius dSph Galaxies
R. J. Zinn (Yale University)
40.03 The oldest star clusters in the Magellanic Clouds: A common epoch of globular cluster formation
J. A. Johnson (UCSC), M. Bolte (UCO/Lick), P. B. Stetson, J. E. Hesser (DAO/HIA/NRC), R. S. Somerville (Hebrew University)
40.04 Young star clusters in the Magellanic Clouds: Tracers of the last close encounter
E.K. Grebel (U. Wash)
40.05 A universal formation mechanism for star clusters: Impact of turbulence, pressure, and shocks
B.G. Elmegreen (IBM)
40.06 Star Clusters in Irregular Galaxies
P. W. Hodge (U. Washington)
40.07 Systematics of Young Clusters and Associations in Spiral Galaxies
R.C. Kennicutt (Steward Obs.)
40.08 The Stellar Content of Young Starburst Clusters
L. Drissen (Obs. du Mont Megantic, U. Laval)
40.09 Observational Evidence for Super Star Clusters as Progenitors of Globular Clusters
L. C. Ho (Carnegie Observatories)
40.10 Young Globular Clusters in Merger Galaxies
F. Schweizer (Carnegie Institution -- DTM)
40.11 Multiple Globular Cluster Populations in Ellipticals
D. Geisler (Universidad de Concepcion)
40.12 Globular Cluster Systems of Dwarf Ellipticals
B.W. Miller (Leiden)
40.13 Globular Cluster Populations in Spirals
M. Kissler-Patig (ESO, Garching)
40.14 Theory of Globular Cluster Formation
D.E. McLaughlin (UC Berkeley)
40.15 Globular Cluster Systems and Galaxy Formation
S. Zepf (Yale University)
40.16 Globular Cluster Metallicity Distribution Functions: Multimodality as a Consequence of Intrinsic Processes and Capture
P. Cote (CalTech), M.J. West (St. Mary's University), R.O. Marzke (OCIW), D. Minniti (LLNL)

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