AAS 195th Meeting, January 2000
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Session 92. Missions: From Stonehenge to HST

Oral, Friday, January 14, 2000, 10:00-11:30am, Centennial IV

92.01 Stonehenge: A Simple and Accurate Predictor of Lunar Eclipses
S. Challener (Clarion Univ.)
92.02 Atmospheric Fluctuation Measurements with the Palomar Testbed Interferometer
R. P. Linfield (Infrared Processing and Analysis Center, Caltech), M.M. Colavita (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech), B. F. Lane (Department of Planetary Sciences, Caltech), PTI Collaboration
92.03 The NCU Lu-Lin Observatory Survived the Taiwan 921 Earthquake
W.S. Tsay, K.H. Chang, H.H. Li (Institute of Astronomy, National Central University, Taiwan)
92.04 Hubble Space Telescope Third Servicing Mission: The Perspective from Orbit
J.M. Grunsfeld, C.M. Foale, C. Nicollier, S.L. Smith (NASA/Johnson Space Center)
92.05 Research-Based Science Education with HST
B.A. Wolpa (NOAO), T.A. Rector (NOAO)
92.06 Testing Of HgCdTe Devices For WFC3
R.J. Hill (Raytheon ITSS/NASA GSFC), A. Waczynski, E.J. Polidan (GST/NASA GSFC), D.J. Krebs (NASA GSFC), M. Robberto (StScI), S.D. Johnson (GST/NASA GSFC)
92.07 Progress Report on the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph
J. C. Green, J. A. Morse (University of Colorado)
92.08 Swift - The Next GRB MIDEX Mission
N. Gehrels (NASA/GSFC), Swift Science Team

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