HEAD 2000, November 2000
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Session 15. Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, November 7, 2000, 8:00am-6:00pm, Bora Bora Ballroom

15.01 The Nuclear X-ray Properties and X-ray Binary Populations of Three Elliptical Galaxies Observed with Chandra
M. Loewenstein, L. Angelini, R.F. Mushotzky, K.A. Arnaud (NASA/GSFC)
15.02 Metals in the Diffuse Warm and Hot Gas of I Zw 18
D.J. Bomans (Astronomisches Institut der Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum)
15.03 Using Chandra to Resolve the X-ray Emission in the Sa Galaxy NGC1291
J. A. Irwin (University of Michigan), C. L. Sarazin (University of Virginia), J. N. Bregman (University of Michigan)
15.04 Amazing morphological details in Chandra X-ray maps
G. Trinchieri (Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera)
15.05 The X-ray source population of M33 as seen by Chandra
J. McDowell, G. Fabbiano, V. Kalogera, K. Stanek (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
15.06 A Chandra X-ray Observatory search for Local Bubble analogs in the near-face-on galaxy NGC3184
M. Juda (SAO), W. T. Sanders, D. McCammon (Univ. of Wisconsin), W. Cui (Purdue U.)
15.07 X-Ray Generation in Starburst Galaxies
M. Sipior, M. Eracleous (Penn State U.)
15.08 XMM-Newton Observation of the Magellanic Bridge
S. L. Snowden (NASA/GSFC/USRA)
15.09 Hard X-ray evidence for Advection Dominated Flows in the core of elliptical galaxies
M. Guainazzi (XMM-Newton Science Operation Center, VILSPA, ESA)
15.10 X-ray emitters in the bulge of M31
K.N. Borozdin, W.C. Priedhorsky, S.P. Trudolyubov (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
15.11 Chandra HRC Observations of the Luminous X-Ray Source in the Starburst Galaxy M82
P. Kaaret, A.H. Prestwich, A. Zezas, S.S. Murray, D.-W. Kim, R.E. Kilgard, E.M. Schlegel (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), M.J. Ward (Leicester)
15.12 X-ray Binary Populations in Elliptical Galaxies
Raymond White (University of Alabama)
15.13 Consequences of Accretion onto Primordial Compact Objects
M. C. Miller (University of Maryland)
15.14 Chandra observations of NGC 253: New insights into the nature of starburst-driven superwinds
D.K. Strickland, T.M. Heckman (JHU), K.A. Weaver (GSFC), M. Dahlem (Sterrewacht Leiden)
15.15 The origin of the soft and hard X-ray emission in NGC253: Results from an XMM PV observation
M. Cappi (ITeSRE/CNR), W. Pietsch (MPE), M. Ward (Univ. of Leicester), P. Ferrando (CEA), M. Sako, S. Kahn (Columbia Univ.), G. Branduardi-Raymont (MSSL), K. Borozdin (LANL), B. Shirey (Univ. of California), M.J. Freyberg (MPE), T. Roberts (Univ. of Leicester), A. Ptak (Carnegie Mellon U.)
15.16 Chandra Snapshot Survey of Nearby Galaxies
A.F. Ptak (CMU), L.C. Ho (CIW), E.D. Feigelson, R.M. Sambruna, L. Townsley, W.N. Brandt, G.P. Garmire (PSU), R.E. Griffiths (CMU), W.L.W. Sargent (CalTech), A.V. Filippenko (Berkley)
15.17 Direct Evidence for a Cooling Flow in an Elliptical Galaxy
J.N. Bregman, E.D. Miller, J.A. Irwin (University of Michigan)

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