AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 82. Supernova Remnants: Multispectral Observations

Display, Wednesday, January 10, 2001, 9:30am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

82.01 Chandra X-ray Observation of the SNR Kes~75 and its 700 yr-old pulsar
E.V. Gotthelf, D.J. Helfand (Columbia), R.H. Becker (UC Davis/IITP)
82.02 Exploring the Small Scale Structure of N103B
K. Lewis, D.N. Burrows, J. Nousek, G. Garmire (Penn State), J.P. Hughes (Rutgers), P. Slane (Harvard CfA)
82.03 Looking at SNR 0519-69.0 with Chandra's ACIS: a High -Resolution View of X-ray Structure
R. N. M. Williams (NRC / NASA's GSFC), R. Petre, S. Holt (NASA's GSFC)
82.04 Fabry-Perot Spectroscopy and X-ray Imaging of the Balmer-Dominated Supernova Remnant DEM 71
P. Ghavamian, J P Hughes, C E Rakowski, T B Williams (Rutgers University)
82.05 Study of the supernova remnant G18.95-1.1
I. M Harrus (NASA/GSFC), P. O Slane (SAO)
82.06 SNR G11.2-0.3, an X-Ray Pulsar, and the Supernova of A.D. 386: Examining Their Relationships with Chandra
M.S.E. Roberts, V.M. Kaspi (McGill Univ.), G. Vasisht (JPL), M.J. Pivovaroff (Therma-wave Inc.), E.V. Gotthelf (Columbia Univ.), N. Kawai (RIKEN)
82.07 Chandra Observations of SNR G292.0+1.8
P. Roming, D. N. Burrows (Penn State), J. P. Hughes (Rutgers), P. O. Slane (CfA), G. P. Garmire, J. A. Nousek (Penn State)
82.08 Resolved X-ray Images of SN1987A
D. N. Burrows (Penn State), R. McCray, E. Michael (U. Colorado), G. Hasinger (Astrophysical Institute of Potsdam), U. Hwang (NASA/GSFC)
82.09 Recent HST Spectral Imaging of SNR 1987A
S. S. Lawrence, B. E. Sugerman, A. P. S. Crotts (Columbia Univ.)
82.10 HST imaging photometry of the equatorial ring of SNR 1987A
B.E. Sugerman, S.S. Lawrence, A.P.S. Crotts (Columbia University)
82.11 FUSE Observations of High-Velocity Gas Toward the Vela SNR
J. Nichols, J. Slavin (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), R. Fesen (Dartmouth College), W. Blair (Johns Hopkins University)
82.12 FUSE Observations of Radiative Shocks in the Cygnus Loop
W.P. Blair, R. Sankrit, K.R. Sembach, R.L. Shelton (JHU)
82.13 Far Ultraviolet Observations of a Non-radiative Shock in the Cygnus Loop
R. Sankrit, W. P. Blair (JHU), J. C. Raymond (CfA), K. S. Long (STScI), K. R. Sembach, R. L. Shelton (JHU)
82.14 Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer observations of high velocity gas associated with the Monoceros Loop SNR
B.Y. Welsh, D. Sfeir, S. Sallmen (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley), R. Lallement (CNRS, France)
82.15 Hubble Space Telescope WFPC-2 Imaging of Cassiopeia A
J. Morse (University of Colorado-CASA), R. Fesen (Dartmouth College), R. Chevalier (University of Virginia), S. van den Bergh (Dominion Astrophysical Obs), K. Borkowski (North Carolina State University), S. Lawrence (Columbia University)
82.16 HST Imaging of the Pulsar Wind Nebula CTB 80
J. Hester (Arizona State University)
82.17 The Sizes of the 1720 MHz OH Masers in Supernova Remnant IC~443
I.M. Hoffman (UNM), M.J. Claussen (NRAO), W.M. Goss (NRAO), A.M.S. Richards (NRAL)
82.18 Spatial Distribution of EGRET Unidentified Sources
D. Bhattacharya (UC Riverside), A. Akyuz (Cukurova U.), T. Miyagi (UC Riverside), J. Samimi (Sharif U.), A. Zych (UC Riverside)

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