AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 6. Planetary Nebulae: Young and Old

Display, Monday, January 8, 2001, 9:30am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

6.01 Chandra Reveals the X-ray Glint in the Cat's Eye
Y.-H. Chu, M.A. Guerrero, R.A. Gruendl, J.B. Kaler (UIUC), R.M. Williams (NASA/GSFC)
6.02 Chandra Detects Enigmatic Point X-ray Sources in the Cat's Eye and the Helix Nebulae
M.A. Guerrero, R.A. Gruendl, Y.-H. Chu, J.B. Kaler (UIUC), R.M. Williams (NASA/GSFC)
6.03 HST Observations of Young Planetary Nebulae
S. Kwok (University of Calgary), K.Y.L. Su (Valparaiso University), R. Sahai (JPL)
6.04 Temperature Variations from HST Imagery of NGC 7009
R.H. Rubin, N. Bhatt (NASA/Ames), R.J. Dufour, B. Buckalew (Rice), M.J. Barlow, X. Liu, P.J. Storey (UC London), B. Balick (U Washington), G.J. Ferland (U Kentucky), J.P. Harrington (U Maryland), P.G. Martin (U Toronto)
6.05 The Structure of NGC 7027: Outflows, Holes, and the Early Development of Planetary Nebulae
P.J. Huggins (NYU), P. Cox (IAS), J.-P. Maillard (IAP), E. Habart (IAS), C. Morisset (LAS), R. Bachiller (OAN), T. Forveille (Obs. de Grenoble)
6.06 Near-Infrared and Millimeter-Wave Imaging of the Young Bipolar Planetary Nebula AFGL 618
R. Sahai, C. Sanchez Contreras (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/Caltech), M. Morris (UCLA)
6.07 Fast outflows in the bipolar Protoplanetary Nebula He3-1475
C. Sanchez Contreras, R. Sahai (JPL)
6.08 New Observations of the Extremely High-Velocity Jet of the Proto-Planetary Nebula He 3-1475
M. Bobrowsky (Challenger Center), A. Riera (Univ.\ Politècnica de Catalunya & Univ.\ de Barcelona), P. Garcia-Lario (ISO Data Centre), A. Manchado (Instituto de Astrof\'isica de Canarias)
6.09 Structure Formation through Magnetohydrodynamical Instabilities in Protoplanetary Disks
K. Noguchi (IFS, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Texas, Austin), T. Tajima (IFS, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Texas, Austin, LANL), W. Horton (IFS, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Texas, Austin)
6.10 Extinction distances of Planetary Nebulae interacting with the interstellar medium
N. Pirzkal, F. Kerber (ESO/ST-ECF), M. Roth (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie)
6.11 Hot Molecular Hydrogen in M27 Observed by FUSE
S.R. McCandliss, K.R. Sembach, E.B. Burgh, D.J. Sahnow (JHU), FUSE Team
6.12 FUSE Observations of the Planetary Nebula NGC 7009
R.C. Iping (NASA/GSFC, CUA), G. Sonneborn (NASA/GSFC), B-G Andersson (JHU), FUSE Science Team
6.13 Observations of Circumstellar Dust Shells Around Proto-Planetary Nebulae
M. Meixner, A.K. Speck, T. Ueta (University of Illinois), G.R. Knapp (Princeton University), W.F. Hoffmann, P.M. Hinz (University of Arizona), J.L. Hora, G. Fazio (CFA/ Harvard), L.K Deutsch (Boston University)
6.14 Near-Infrared H2 Emission from the Planetary Nebula IC~5117
L. Likkel, K. Bartig (U. Wisconsin, Eau Claire), H.L. Dinerstein, D.F. Lester (U. Texas, Austin)
6.15 Morphology and Evolution of the SMC Planetary Nebulae
R. A. Shaw, L. Stanghellini, M. Mutchler, J. C. Blades (ST~ScI), B. Balick (Univ. Washington), G. H. Jacoby (NOAO), O. De Marco (AMNH)
6.16 Abell 39 -- A Benchmark Planetary Nebula For Numerical Modeling
G. Jacoby (WIYN, Inc), G. J. Ferland (University of Kentucky), K. T. Korista (Western Michigan University)
6.17 Near-Infrared Speckle Observations of Proto-Planetary Nebulae
M. J. Creech-Eakman, C. D. Koresko (Caltech-JPL)

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