AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 108. Radio Observations of Active Galaxies

Display, Thursday, January 11, 2001, 9:30-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

108.01 Dependence of the Radio Power of the Fanaroff-Riley Transition upon the Host Galaxy Luminosity
P.J. Wiita (GSU and Princeton), Gopal-Krishna (NCRA/TIFR, India)
108.02 Quasar-illuminated dust reflection nebulae
K. C. Chambers (Univ. of Hawaii / Univ. of Calf. Santa Cruz / Lick Obs.)
108.03 The spectra and energies of classical double radio lobes
K. Blundell, S. Rawlings (Oxford University Astrophysics)
108.04 Radio Emission from Quasar-2 Candidates
J.S. Ulvestad (NRAO), S.G. Djorgovski, R.J. Brunner, A. Mahabal (Caltech)
108.05 Formation of a Massive Black Hole at the Center of the Superbubble in M82
S. Matsushita (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), R. Kawabe (Nobeyama Radio Observatory), H. Matsumoto (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T.G. Tsuru (Kyoto University)
108.06 Deceleration of Components of Young Radio Source PKS 1413+135
G. I. Langston, A. H. Minter, F. D. Ghigo (NRAO), I. M. Avruch (NFRA)
108.07 Does the Inner Parsec of NGC 3079 Host a Jet, Wind, or a Starburst?
P.K. Kondratko, L.J. Greenhill, J.M. Moran (CfA)
108.08 Radio Observations of the Near-nuclear Region of M51
L.D. Bradley II, M.E. Kaiser (The Johns Hopkins University), W.A. Baan (NFRA, Westerbork Observatory), D.M. Crenshaw (Catholic University of America)
108.09 A Probable Blazar Identification for 3EG J2006-2321
P. M. Wallace (Berry College), J. P. Halpern (Columbia University), D. J. Thompson (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)

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