AAS 197, January 2001
[Previous Session] | [Program listing] | [Next Session]
All findings are embargoed until the time of presentation at the meeting.

Session 8. Circumstellar Matter and Winds

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

8.01 FUSE Observations of Stellar Winds in Early LMC O Stars
D. Massa (Raytheon ITSS), A. W. Fullerton (U. Vic, JHU)
8.02 FUSE Observations of Stellar Wind Variability in {Sk~-67{\arcdeg}166}
A. W. Fullerton (U. Victoria / JHU), D. L. Massa (Raytheon ITSS / GSFC), I. D. Howarth (UCL), S. P. Owocki (Bartol, U. Delaware), R. K. Prinja, A. J. Willis (UCL)
8.03 On the Temperature Structure of \alpha~TrA's Wind
G. M. Harper, A. Brown, T. R. Ayres, R. A.. Osten, P. D. Bennett, J. L. Linsky, S. L. Skinner (CASA, U. of Colorado), S. Redfield, R. Baade (JILA, U. of Colorado & NIST), D. Reimers (Hamburger Sternwarte), B-G Andersson (Johns Hopkins University)
8.04 Using Astrospheric Ly\alpha Absorption Observed by HST to Study the Stellar Winds of \alpha~Cen~AB and Proxima~Cen
B.E. Wood, J.L. Linsky (JILA/Univ. Colo.), H.-R. Mueller, G.P. Zank (Bartol Res. Inst.)
8.05 The Dying-Wind Around HD 56126, a Post-AGB Carbon Star
M. Jura, C. Chen (UCLA), M. Werner (JPL)
8.06 A FUSE Observation of the Symbiotic Star AG Draconis
P.R. Young, A.K. Dupree, S.J. Kenyon (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), B. Espey (Space Telescope Science Institute), T.B. Ake (Department of Physics & Astronomy, The Johns Hopkins University and Computer Sciences Corporation)
8.07 FUSE Observations of Accretion Processes in V356 Sgr
R. S. Polidan (NASA/GSFC), G. J. Peters (USC), D. E. Lynch (GST)
8.08 Implications of the \beta Lyrae accretion disk rim T\rm eff
A.P. Linnell (Mich.State)
8.09 STIS observations of the Ly-\alpha bright jet associated with the Herbig Ae star HD163296
D. Devine, C.A. Grady, R.A. Kimble, B. Woodgate, P. Palunas (NASA/GSFC), J.L. Linsky (JILA/University of Colorado)
8.10 Radiative Transfer in circumstellar envelopes of Variable Mass Loss Rate
N. Netzer (ORT-Braude College)
8.11 Multiple Critical Points and Solutions for Rotating Line-Driven Stellar Winds
J.E. Bjorkman (U Toledo), A.V. Moorhead (U Arizona)
8.12 The Shape and Orientation of the Homunculus Nebula
K. Davidson (U. Minnesota), T.R. Gull, K. Ishibashi (NASA/GSFC), D.J. Hillier (U. Pittsburgh)
8.13 Nebular Hydrogen Absorption in the Ejecta of Eta Carinae
T. Gull (LASP/GSFC/NASA), K. Ishibashi (NAS/NRC, LASP/GSFC/NASA), K. Davidson (U.MN)
8.14 Little Homunculus within the Homunculus of Eta Carinae
K. Ishibashi (NAS/NRC at NASA/GSFC/LASP), T. R. Gull (NASA/GSFC/LASP), K. Davidson (U. Minnesota), STIS ID Team
8.15 The Near-IR Spectrum of the Homunculus Nebula Around Eta Carinae
N. Smith, K. Davidson, R.D. Gehrz (University of Minnesota)
8.16 The Ever Changing Circumstellar Nebula Around UW Centauri
G. C. Clayton, Y. Beshara, T. L. Smith (LSU), K. D. Gordon (Steward Obs.), F. Kerber (ST-ECF/ESO), W. A. Lawson (ADFA), L. Crause (Univ. Cape Town), G. Galaz (LCO), T. Rauch (Univ. Tubingen)
8.17 An unusual nebula around WRA751: morphology, kinematics and chemical abundances
N. L. King (STScI), A. Nota (STScI/ESA), M. Reed (Biosphere2), A. Pasquali (ESO/STECF), L. J. Smith (UC London), M. Clampin (STScI)
8.18 Thermal IR Images of the Compact Nebula Around RY Scuti From the W.M. Keck Observatory
R.D. Gehrz, N. Smith (University of Minnesota), B. Jones, R. Puetter (University of California at San Diego), A. Yahil (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
8.19 Mid Infrared Imaging of WL 16, LkH\alpha 234 and AB Aur, Pre-Main Sequence Stars
C.H. Chen, M. Jura (UCLA)
8.20 Combining NICMOS Imaging and Mid-infrared Measurements of Circumstellar Disks
A.J. Weinberger (UCLA), E.E. Becklin (UCLA), G. Schneider (U.AZ.), M.D. Silverstone (U.AZ.), B. Zuckerman (UCLA), R. Webb (NASA-Ames), B. Smith (U.Hawaii)
8.21 ISO-SWS Observations of Circumstellar Dust
G. C. Sloan (Boston College), K. E. Kraemer (NRC/AFRL), S. D. Price (AFRL)
8.22 FUSE Observations of the \beta~Pic Circumstellar Environment
A. Lecavelier des Etangs, A. Vidal-Madjar, R. Ferlet (IAP), A. Roberge, P.D. Feldman (JHU), M. Deleuil, J.-C. Bouret (LAM), M. André, W.P. Blair, H.W. Moos (JHU), FUSE Science Team
8.23 \emph{FUSE} and \emph{HST}/STIS Observations of the AB Aurigae System
A. Roberge, P. D. Feldman (JHU), A. Lecavelier des Etangs, A. Vidal-Madjar, R. Ferlet (IAP), C. A. Grady (NOAO, GSFC), M. Deleuil (LAM), B. Woodgate (GSFC), F. C. Bruhweiler, A. Boggess (Catholic Univ.), FUSE Science Team
8.24 First Observations of Complex Molecules in a Wolf-Rayet Ring Nebula
A. Marston (SSC, Caltech), J. Black (Onsala Space Observatory, Sweden.)
8.25 2MASS-IRAS Discovery of New Candidate Vega-type Systems
S.B. Fajardo-Acosta (SSC/Caltech), C.A. Beichman (JPL/Caltech), R.M. Cutri (IPAC/Caltech)
8.26 New observations and modeling of dusty debris around nearby stars
J. S. Greaves, I. M. Coulson, G. Moriarty-Schieven, E. I. Robson (Joint Astronomy Centre, Hilo), W. S. Holland, W. R. F. Dent, M. Wyatt (UKATC, Royal Observatory Edinburgh), B. Zuckerman, R. Webb, C. McCarthy (Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of California Los Angeles), W. K. Gear (Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Wales, Cardiff), D. Walther (Gemini Observatory, Hilo), H. Walker (CCLRC, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory), H. Butner (SMTO, University of Arizona, Tucson)
8.27 Large, cold dust grains orbiting stars in the TW Hydrae Association
R. A. Webb (NASA - Ames), B. Zuckerman (UCLA), J. S. Greaves, W. S. Holland (JAC)

[Previous Session] | [Program listing] | [Next Session]