AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 102. Instrumentation for the Optical and Infrared

Display, Wednesday, January 9, 2002, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

102.01 NGLT -- A Status Report
R. L. Millis, E. W. Dunham (Lowell Observatory), C. H. Smith, D. R. Blanco (EOS Technologies)
102.02 Studying the Variability of Bright Stars with the CONCAM Sky Monitoring Network
W. E. Pereira, R. J. Nemiroff, J. B. Rafert, D. Perez-Ramirez (Michigan Tech. Univ.)
102.03 Wide-field Astronomy Projects at the UKATC
T.G. Hawarden, M.M. Casali, W.S. Holland, R.J. Ivison, G.S Wright (UK ATC)
102.04 The Prime Focus Imaging Spectrograph for the Southern African Large Telescope
K. H. Nordsieck, E. B. Burgh, H. A. Kobulnicky (UW-Madison), T. B. Williams (Rutgers U.), D. O'Donoghue (SAAO), J. W. Percival, M. P. Smith (UW-Madison)
102.05 Analysis of Mayall 4m Environment
N.A. Sharp (NOAO), E.J. Klein (Brandeis University)
102.06 High-resolution spectropolarimetry with the 6-meter Russian telescope
A.S. Miroshnichenko, K.S. Bjorkman (U.Toledo), V.G. Klochkova, V.E. Panchuk, M.V. Yushkin (Special Astrophysical Observatory, Russia)
102.07 Improved Results in the Development of Large Silicon Grisms using New Techniques
D. McDavitt, J. Ge, J. Bernecker, S. Miller (Penn State University)
102.08 Desinging a Gaussian-Shaped Pupil Mask for High Contrast Imaging
J.H. Debes, J. Ge, A. Chakraborty (Penn State University)
102.09 Performance of a Dual Imaging Adaptive Optics Polarimeter
D.E. Potter (Institute for Astronomy)
102.10 First Light for MIRSI
L.K. Deutsch (BU/CfA), J.L. Hora (CfA), J.D. Adams, M. Kassis (BU)
102.11 Resolution of Far-Infrared Astronomical Grating Spectrometers
E. F. Erickson, S.W.J. Colgan (NASA/Ames Research Center)
102.12 The Antarctic Infrared Observatory AIRO
J.M. Jackson (IAR, Boston University), I. Gatley (Rochester Institute of Technology), T.M. Bania, E. Tollestrup (IAR, Boston University), T. Dunham (Lowell Observatory)
102.13 Integral Field Spectroscopy at Gemini
B. Miller (Gemini Observatory)
102.14 Capabilities of Phoenix at Gemini South
R.A. Schommer, K.H. Hinkle, R. Blum, R.R. Joyce, J. Najita, S.T. Ridgway, N. Sharp, N. van der Bliek (NOAO), C. Winge (Gemini)
102.15 The Infrared Cloud Imager (IRCI)
D.I. Klebe (The Colorado College), National Space Science and Technology (NSSTI) Research and Development Team
102.16 Far-Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy with SAFIRE on SOFIA
R.A. Shafer, D.J. Benford (NASA / GSFC), K.D. Irwin (NIST-Boulder), S.H. Moseley (NASA / GSFC), F. Pajot (IAS), G.J. Stacey (Cornell), J.G. Staguhn (NASA / GSFC & SSAI)
102.17 A Detailed Thermal Analysis of Binospec, a wide-field multi-slit spectrograph for the MMT
W. R. Brown, D. G. Fabricant, D. A. Boyd (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
102.18 Mechancial design of the LSST telescope and enclosure
W. Davison, J. R. P. Angel (The University of Arizona, Steward Observatory)
102.19 Nighttime Sky Brightness at the Starfire Optical Range
D. Barnaby, E. Fernandez, E. Spillar, I. DeLarue, A. L. Wells (AFRL/DES)
102.20 Internet Telescope Performance Requirements
F. M. Melsheimer (DFM Engineering, Inc.)

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