AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 123. Early Universe, Cosmic Evolution and the Alternative

Oral, Thursday, January 11, 2001, 1:30-3:00pm, Golden Ballroom

123.01 Closing in on the Hydrogen reionization edge signal at z<7.2 with deep STIS/CCD Parallels
R. A. Windhorst (ASU), R. A. Bernstein (Carnegie Observatories), N. Collins, P. Plait, B. Woodgate, J. Mather (GSFC), P. Madau (Cambridge University, UK), P. Shaver (ESO)
123.02D Gravitational Lensing of Polarized Radio Sources
C.R. Burns, C.C. Dyer (Univ. of Toronto)
123.03 Kinematic Constraints on the Metal Enrichment of the Intergalactic Medium
M. Rauch (Carnegie Observatories), W.L.W. Sargent, T.A. Barlow (California Institute of Technology)
123.04D Gaseous Extent of Galaxies and the Origin of QSO Absorption Systems
H.-W. Chen (Carnegie Observatories)
123.05 Global Star Formation Rates in Damped Lyman Alpha Systems
A. M. Wolfe (CASS, University of California, San Diego)
123.06 High-Redshift X-ray Emitting QSOs Ejected from the Nearby Active Galaxy Arp 220
M. Burbidge (University of California San Diego), H. C. Arp (MPI, Astrophysics, Garching)
123.07 The fluid mechanics of dark matter formation: Earth-mass Primordial Fog Particles (PFPs), ProtoGlobularstarClusters (PGCs), and WIMPLITEsuperhalos.

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