AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 29. Gravitational Lensing, Relativistic Astrophysics and Gamma Ray Bursts

Oral, Wednesday, January 12, 2000, 2:00-3:30pm, Regency VII

29.01 A New Component of the Milky Way
E.I. Gates (U. Chicago/ Adler Planetarium), G. Gyuk (UCSD)
29.02 Power-law mass profiles for gravitational lens modeling.
D. Rusin (University of Pennsylvania)
29.03D Weak Lensing Mass Distributions of Nearby Clusters of Galaxies
M. Joffre (U. of Chicago), P. Fischer (U. of Mich.), J. Frieman (U. of Chicago/ Fermilab), D. Johnston (U. of Chicago), T. McKay (U. of Mich.), J. Mohr (U. of Chicago), B. Nichol (CMU), E. Sheldon (U. of Mich.), C. Cantaloupo (CMU), G. Griffin (CMU), J. Peterson (CMU), A.K. Romer (CMU)
29.04 Electron-positron outflow from black holes
M.H.P.M. van Putten (MIT 2-378)
29.05 Spinning Particle Motion in a Kerr Geometry
A. Jones, Dr. W.M. Baker, R. Staton (Dept. of Physics, Furman Univ.)
29.06 Statistical Properties of Gamma-Ray Bursts selected according to Hardness Ratio and/or Duration
G. Pizzichini (TESRE/CNR Bologna)
29.07D Constraining the Luminosity Function of GRBs from Time Dilation, Brightness Distribution and Redshift Data
M. Deng, B. Schaefer (Yale University)

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