AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 67. New Technology and Its Achievements I

Oral, Tuesday, January 9, 2001, 1:30-3:00pm, Royal Palm 5/6

67.01 All-sky X-ray and Gamma-ray Astronomy Monitor (AXGAM): Progress Report on the Silicon and CdZnTe Pixel Detector Developent
T. Tumer (IGPP, UC Riverside), M. Finger (USRA and MSFC), K. Hurley (SSL, UCB), H.B. Ogelman (Dept.of Physics, U. Wisconsin, Madison), W.J. Hamilton, E. Gordon (Raytheon), R. Paulos (Space Science and Engineering Center, U. Wisconsin, Madison), G. Mohanty, J. Zweerink (IGPP, UC, Riverside), D. Maeding (Innovative Design, California)
67.02D The Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment (OGLE-II). Difference Image Analysis of the Bulge Data.
P. R. Wozniak (Princeton University Observatory)
67.03 Searching for Earth-like extrasolar planets with the Corot and Eddington space missions.
J. Schneider, A. Baglin (CNRS - Paris Observatory), F. Favata (ESA/ESTEC), Corot Team, Eddington Team
67.04D The Completion of the Cosmic Lens All-Sky Survey (CLASS)
D. Rusin (University of Pennsylvania)
67.05 The NASA New Millennium Program: Space Flight Validation of Advanced Technologies for Future Astronomy and Astrophysics Missions
D. Crisp (Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology)
67.06 XXM-Newton Observations of Compact Stars
F. A. Cordova, D. Pandel (Department of Physics, UCSB), XMM-Newton Optical Monitor Team
67.07 USNO CCD Astrograph Catalog: Southern Hemisphere complete
N. Zacharias, T.J. Rafferty (USNO), M.I. Zacharias (USRA/USNO)

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