AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 36. White Dwarfs New and Old

Display, Thursday, January 13, 2000, 9:20am-6:30pm, Grand Hall

36.01 A Search for Helium in Ultra-Massive White Dwarfs Atmospheres
J. Dupuis (SSL, UCB), S. Vennes (Astrophysical Theory Centre, Australian National University), P. Chayer (Department of Physics and Astronomy, JHU)
36.02 The Unusual C IV Absorption in the Spectrum of the DA White Dwarf G191-B2B
F. Bruhweiler (IACS/CUA), M. Barstow (Univ. Leichester), J. Holberg (Univ. Arizona), M. Sahu (AURA/GSFC)
36.03 Implications of the Assumption of Spherical Symmetry on Nova Expansion Parallaxes
J.J.B. Harlow (U. of Pacific), R.A. Wade, R.B. Ciardullo (Penn State)
36.04 Spectroscopic Observations of the Dwarf Nova BV Puppis
J.M. Bailey (Campbell Co. H.S. / W.I.R.O.), R. Canterna (U. of Wyoming), A. Bianchini (U. of Padova / W.I.R.O.), W. Skidmore (U. of St. Andrews / W.I.R.O.), S. Howell (P. S. I. / W.I.R.O.)
36.05 Multi-Wavelength Phase-Resolved Spectral Analysis: New Results on WZ Sge Accretion Disk Structure.
E. Mason, S.B. Howell (PSI & Univ. WY), W. Skidmore (Univ. St. Andrews)
36.06 Nova V382 Velorum: first Hubble Space Telescope spectrum and NLTE atmospheric modeling
C.I. Short, P.H. Hauschildt (Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, and Center for Simulational Physics, U. Georgia), S.N. Shore (Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Indiana Univ. South Bend), S. Starrfield (Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, Arizona State U.), E. Baron (Dept. of Physics & Astronomy, U. Oklahoma)
36.07 0.8 - 2.5 micron Spectroscopy OF NOVAE AQUILAE 1999, NOVA SAGITTARII 1999, NOVA SAGITTARII 1998 and NOVA CASSIOPEIAE 1995
D.K. Lynch, R.J. Rudy, S. Mazuk, R.C. Puetter (The Aerospace Corporation), C.E. Woodward (Univeristy of Wyoming)
36.08 A Search for Novae in the Bulge of M31
T.A. Rector (NOAO), G.H. Jacoby (NOAO), D.L. Corbett (Arizona), M. Denham (Arizona), RBSE Nova Search Team
36.09 The Impact of Nuclear Reaction Rate Uncertainties on Evolutionary Studies of the Nova Outburst
W.R. Hix (UTenn/ORNL), M.S. Smith, A. Mezzacappa (ORNL), S. Starrfield (ASU)
36.10 Al Comae, Not So Red Afterall; Photometry and Spectroscopy of a Very Faint TOAD.
F.J. Galvan (Colby College), M. Garcia (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), P.J. Callanan (University College, Cork)
36.11 A Dynamical Study of the Eclipsing Nova V849 Oph
P. Zhao, J.E. McClintock (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
36.12 Time-Resolved Spectrophotometry of the Nova-like Variable VZ Sculptoris
J. Moustakas (UC Berkeley), E.M. Schlegel (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

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