AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 91. Next Generation Space Telescope

Display, Thursday, June 3, 1999, 9:20am-4:00pm, Southwest Exhibit Hall

91.01 First Observations with the LLNL Optical Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer
R. Wurtz (LLNL), M.C. Abrams (ITT), C.L. Bennett, J.V. Bixler, D.J. Carr (LLNL), J. Carr (NRL), K.H. Cook (LLNL), A. Dey (NOAO), J.R. Graham (UCB), R.J. Hertel, N.H. Macoy (ITT), S.L. Morris (DAO/HIA), J.R. Najita (NOAO), A. Villemaire (Bomem), D.R. Wickham (ITT), E. Wishnow (LLNL/SSL)
91.02 Scientific Rationale for the Canadian NGST Visible Imager
L. Drissen (Universite Laval), P. Hickson (University of British Columbia), J. Hutchings (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory), S. Lilly (University of Toronto), R. Murowinski, P. Stetson (Dominion Astrophysical Observatory)
91.03 The Archival Study of Extragalactic Tidal Tails in NGST Observations
R.A. Lucas, H. Bushouse (Space Telescope Science Institute), L. Colina (Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria), K.D. Borne (Raytheon STX-GSFC)
91.04 Canadian Studies of Science Instrument Concepts for NGST
S.J. Lilly (University of Toronto), D. Crampton (Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics), P. Hickson (University of British Columbia), S. Morris (Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics)
91.05 NGST-MOS: A Pre-Phase A study of a Multi-Object Spectrometer using Micro Mirror Arrays
J.W. MacKenty (STScI), NGST-MOS Study Team
91.06 Counts and Sizes of Galaxies in the Hubble Deep Field - South: Implications for the Next Generation Space Telescope.
J.P. Gardner, S. Satyapal (NASA/GSFC)
91.07 Surface Micromachined Micromirror Arrays for the Next Generation Space Telescope
E. J. Garcia (Sandia National Laboratories), M. A. Greenhouse, B. Mott, J. L. Kuhn (NASA Goddard)
91.08 IFIRS: An Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer for NGST
J. R. Graham (UC Berkeley), N. H. Macoy, D. R. Wickham, R.J. Hertel, M.C. Abrams (ITT Aerospace), C.L. Bennett, K. Cook, R. Wurtz (LLNL), J. Carr (NRL), A. Dey, J. Najita (NOAO), S. Morris (HIA/DAO), A. Villemaire (Bomem, Inc.), E. Wishnow (SSL/UCB \& LLNL)
91.09 The Tunable Filter Program for NGST
S Satyapal, M. A. Greenhouse, R. Barclay, D. Amato (NASA/GSFC), B. Arritt (Air Force), R. Barry, C. Holt, S. Irish, J. Kuhn, A. Kutyrev, A. Morrel (NASA/GSFC), T. Higelman, N. Fonneland (Northrop Grumman Corporation), L. Lesyna (Lockheed Martin)
91.10 Thermal Design and Analyses of NASA's Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST) Yardstick Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM)
K.A. Parrish (NASA GSFC), NGST ISIM Team
91.11 Next Generation Space Telescope Integrated Science Module Data System
R.G. Schnurr, M.A. Greenhouse, R. Whitley, K.J. Kalinowski, B.W. Love, J.W. Travis, M.M. Jurotich (NASA GSFC), K.S. Long (STSCI)
91.12 The NGST Science Instrument Procurement Plan
NGST Project Office Team
91.13 The NGST Yardstick Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM) Feasibility Study
M.A. Greenhouse (NASA GSFC \& NGST Project Office), NGST ISIM Team
91.14 The University of Arizona/Lockheed Martin Conceptual Study of the NGST Science Instrument Module
J. Bechtold, K. Ennico (U. Arizona), T. P. Greene (NASA Ames Research Center), J. H. Burge, M. J. Rieke, G. H. Rieke, H.- W. Rix, E. T. Young, M. P. Lesser, R. Sarlot, J. R. P. Angel, D. W. McCarthy, R. I. Thompson (U. Arizona), P. Forney, L. Lesyna, K. Triebes (Lockheed Martin Missiles and Space), J. E. Gunn (Princeton U.)
91.15 Near-Infrared Camera for the Next Generation Space Telescope
J. A. Morse, J. Bally (Univ. of Colorado/CASA), D. Neam, J. Crocker, R. Woodruff, D. Ebbets, C. Niblack (Ball Aerospace)

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