AAS 198th Meeting, June 2001
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Session 59. Galactic ISM

Display, Wednesday, June 6, 2001, 10:00am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

59.01 Proper Motions of Optical Filaments in the SN 1006 Remnant
G. Gupta, P.F. Winkler (Middlebury Coll.), K.S. Long (STScI)
59.02 Cosmic-Ray Source Abundances: Indicators of the Composition of the Contemporary Interstellar Medium?
M.E. Wiedenbeck (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), A.C. Cummings, A.J. Davis, J.S. George, R.A. Leske, R.A. Mewaldt, E.C. Stone, N.E. Yanasak (California Institute of Technology), W.R. Binns, M.H. Israel (Washington University), E.R. Christian, T.T. von Rosenvinge (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center)
59.03 Modeling of Far-IR Emission From G34.3+0.2
D.M. Clark, M.F. Campbell (Colby C.), P.M. Harvey, D.M. Lester (U. Texas)
59.04 Far-IR Emission Surrounding G34.3+0.2
M. F. Campbell, D. M. Clark (Colby C.), P. M. Harvey, D. F. Lester (U. Texas)
59.05 FUSE observations of high velocity molecular hydrogen observed towards the Monoceros Loop Supernova Remnant
B.L. Rachford (CASA, Univ. of Colorado), B.Y. Welsh (SSL, UC Berkeley), J. Tumlinson (CASA, Univ. of Colorado)
59.06 Galactic Anticenter Molecular Clouds with Anomalous Velocities
Y. Lee, J. H. Jung, H.-G. Kim (KAO/TRAO), B. G. Kim (KAO), O.-K. Ryu (KAO/TRAO)
59.07 G28.17+0.05, A New Type of Cloud in the ISM?
A.H. Minter, F.J. Lockman (NRAO)
59.08 FUSE and STIS studies of the local interstellar medium towards the white dwarf GD 246
C. M. Oliveira, J. C. Howk, J. W. Kruk, P. Chayer, H. W. Moos (Johns Hopkins University)
59.09 Survey of UV Absorption Line Data of the Galactic Plane
J. Nichols, J. Slavin, C. Anderson (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
59.10 A Useful Approximation to the Cooling Coefficient of Trace Elements
R. A. Benjamin (University of Wisconsin-Madison), B. Benson (Stanford University), D. P. Cox (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
59.11 O VI Resonance Line Emission from the Galactic Interstellar Medium toward l = 113.0, b = 70.7
R. L. Shelton (Johns Hopkins Univ.)
59.12 FUSE Observations of O VI towards the Southern Coalsack
B-G Andersson, R.L. Shelton (JHU), P.G. Wannier (JPL)
59.13 Galactic 12C/13C Ratios From mm-Wave Observations of Interstellar CN
C. Savage, A.J. Apponi, L.M. Ziurys (Steward Observatory, The University of Arizona)
59.14 The Aromatic 3.3 Micron Feature, the 2.1 Micron Continuum, and Molecular Hydrogen Emission in NGC 7023
J. H. An, K. Sellgren (OSU)
59.15 Circular Polarization in water masers - VLA Zeeman Effect Observations
A. P. Sarma (NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), T. H. Troland (Physics & Astronomy Dept., University of Kentucky), R. M. Crutcher (Astronomy Dept., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), D. A. Roberts (IT Dept., Northwestern University)
59.16 High Resolution Infrared and Submillimeter Spectroscopy of Molecular Clouds
C.A. Kulesa (Steward Observatory), A.L. Hungerford (Steward Observatory / Los Alamos National Laboratory), C.K. Walker (Steward Observatory), J.H. Black (Onsala Space Observatory)
59.17 The NGC\,7538 molecular cloud - a site for high mass protostars
G. Sandell (USRA)
59.18 Ground-based Terahertz CO Spectroscopy Towards Orion
J. Kawamura (JPL), T. R. Hunter, C.-Y. E. Tong, R. Blundell, D. C. Papa (CfA), F. Patt, W. Peters, T. Wilson (SMTO), C. Henkel (MPIfR), G. Goltsman, E. Gershenzon (Moscow State Pedagogical U.)
59.19 Physical properties of the gas toward translucent cloud stars.
P. Sonnentrucker, M. Andre, S.D. Friedman (The Johns Hopkins University), B.L. Rachford, T.P. Snow (University of Colorado), D.E. Welty, D.G. York (University of Chicago)
59.20 Formic Acid (HCOOH) in Orion KL from BIMA 1 mm observations
S.-Y. Liu (Astronomy Department, Caltech), J.M. Girart (Universitat de Barcelona), L.E. Snyder, A.J. Remijan (Astronomy Department, UIUC)
59.21 Energetics of the Interstellar Infrared Emission Features
J. Pizagno (Department of Astronomy, The Ohio State University), K. I. Uchida (RS Science Center, Center for Radiophysics & Space Research, Cornell University), K. Sellgren (Department of Astronomy, The Ohio State University), M. W. Werner (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
59.22 X-rays and Protostars in the Trifid Nebula
J. Rho (IPAC/CalTech), M. F. Corcoran (NASA/GSFC), Y.-H. Chu (UIL), W. T. Reach (SSC/CalTech)

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