AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 61. Dark Energy, Cosmology, and the SNAP Mission

Oral, Tuesday, January 9, 2001, 10:30am-12:00noon, Sunrise

61.01 Overview of the SNAP Primary Science Mission
S. Perlmutter (LBNL), SNAP Collaboration
61.02 SNAP Primary Measurement Goals: Controlling Systematics
G. Aldering (LBNL), SNAP Collaboration
61.03 The SNAP spacecraft, optics, and primary mission plan
M. Lampton (UCB Space Sciences Laboratory), SNAP Collaboration
61.04 From Measurement Goals to SNAP Instrument Design
C. J. Bebek (Cornell), SNAP Collaboration
61.05 Cosmological Parameter Measurements from SNAP and Complementary Constraints
M. White (Harvard-Smithsonian, CfA)
61.06 Characterizing Models of the Dark Energy with SNAP
A. Albrecht (UC Davis), J. Weller (DAMTP, Cambridge)
61.07 SNAP's Constraints on the Nature of the Dark Energy
M.S. Turner, D. Huterer (U. Chicago)
61.08 Cosmological Measurements from Type II Supernovae with SNAP
E. Baron, D. Branch, R. Thomas (U. Oklahoma), P. Hauschildt (U. Georgia)
61.09 Cosmological applications of weak lensing studies with SNAP
R. Ellis (CIT), A. Refregier, D. Bacon (Cambridge UK), SNAP Collaboration

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