AAS 197, January 2001
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Session 84. X-ray Binaries

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

84.01 A Jet Model for the Broadband Spectrum of XTE J1118+480: Implications for the Nature of the XRB Low/Hard X-ray State
S. Markoff, H. Falcke (Max Planck Institut für Radioastronomie, Bonn, Germany), R. Fender (Astrononomical Institute "Anton Pannekoek", University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
84.02 Chandra Discovery and Optical Counterpart Identification of Possible Low-Mass X-Ray Binaries and a Cataclysmic Variable in NGC 6652
C.O. Heinke, P.D. Edmonds, J.E. Grindlay (CfA)
84.03 Optical Counterparts of X-ray Sources in the Small Magellanic Cloud
T. Tavenner (CTIO REU/U. Wash.), D. W. Hoard, S. Wachter (CTIO)
84.04 HST Optical Studies of Chandra X-ray Sources in 47 Tucanae
P. D. Edmonds, C. O. Heinke (CfA), R. L. Gilliland (STScI), J. E. Grindlay (CfA), M. D. Albrow (STScI), P. Guhathakurta, J. H. Howell (UCO/Lick), S. S. Murray (CfA), A. Sarajedini (Wesleyan)
84.05 ASCA Observations of OAO 1657-415 and its Dust-Scattered X-Ray Halo
M. D. Audley, F. Nagase, K. Mitsuda (ISAS), L. Angelini (USRA / GSFC), R. L. Kelley (NASA / GSFC)
84.06 On the role of the UV and X-ray radiation in driving a disk wind in X-ray binaries
D. Proga (GSFC/NASA, NRC), T.R. Kallman (GSFC/NASA)
84.07 Multiwavelength Studies of a Few Unidentified EGRET Sources
D.R. Stern (Barnard College, Columbia U.), E.V. Gotthelf (Columbia U.), R. Mukherjee (Barnard College, Columbia U.)

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