AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 134. Formation of Massive Stars

Display, Thursday, January 10, 2002, 9:20am-4:00pm, Exhibit Hall

134.01 The Distance to LK H \alpha 101 Revisited
P C Stine (Bloomsburg Univ of PA), D B O'Neal (West Liberty State College)
134.02 Broad Recombination Line Objects (BRLOs) in W49A North: The Youngest Ionized Sources?
C. G. De Pree (Agnes Scott College), D. J. Wilner (CfA), W. M. Goss (NRAO), W.J. Welch (UC Berkeley)
134.03 The Orion Nebula in 3.6 cm Continuum Emission: The First Combination of VLA and GBT Data
D. S. Shepherd, R. Maddalena, J. P. McMullin (National Radio Astronomy Observatory)
134.04 3mm Molecular Line Observations of W51
P. K. Sollins, Q. Zhang, P. T. P. Ho (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
134.05 Searching for Massive Protostars: a BIMA Survey of High-mass Precursors
A.G. Gibb (UMD), F. Wyrowski (MPIfR, Bonn), L.G. Mundy (UMD), M.A. Thompson (Univ of Kent, UK)
134.06 Sub-Arcsecond 18 Micron Imaging of Hot Molecular Cores
J.M. De Buizer (Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory)
134.07 An infrared study of the massive star forming region G9.62+0.19
H. Linz (UPR & TLS Tautenburg), B. Stecklum (TLS Tautenburg), Th. Henning (AIU Jena), P. Hofner (UPR & NAIC Arecibo), B. Brandl (CRSR, Cornell University)
134.08 Massive Star Formation in MSX Infrared-Dark Clouds
P.A. Feldman, R.O. Redman (HIA/NRCC), F. Wyrowski (MPIfR-Bonn), S. Cote (HIA/NRCC), S.J. Carey (Boston College), M.P. Egan (AFRL)
134.09 IR Emission Models from High-Mass Star Formation Cores
M.F. Campbell (Colby C.), L.K. Deutsch (BU/CfA)
134.10 Observations of Infrared Molecular Lines Toward the Massive Protostar GL 2591
C. Knez (University of Texas at Austin), A.M.S. Boonman (Leiden University), J.H. Lacy, N.J. Evans II, M.J. Richter (University of Texas at Austin)
134.11 W75N: Molecular Outflows & IR Emission from a cluster of early B stars
D.P. Stark (University of Wisconsin), D.S. Shepherd (National Radio Astronomy Observatory), L. Testi (Arcetri Observatory)
134.12 Modeling Thermal Balance and Molecular Lines Toward AFGL2591
S. D. Doty (Denison University), A. M. S Boonman, E. F. van Dishoeck, F. F. S. van der Tak (Leiden University)
134.13 A Disk/Jet System toward the High-mass Young Star in AFGL 5142
Q. Zhang, T.R. Hunter, T.K. Sridharan, P.T.P. Ho (Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
134.14 Masers in Disks due to Gravitational Instabilities
A.C. Mejia, R.H. Durisen (Indiana University), B.K. Pickett (Purdue University), T.W. Hartquist (University of Leeds)
134.15 Water Masers and the Structure of Outflow within 1 AU of a Young Stellar Object
N. A. Patel, L. J. Greenhill, P. T. P. Ho, J. M. Moran (CfA)
134.16 Interpretations of the Morphologies of 12.2 GHz Methanol Masers
A.C. Boley (Mount Union College), M.J. Claussen (NRAO), A.J. Beasley (OVRO/CARMA)
134.17 The proper motions of SiO masers around the high-mass protostar, Source I, in Orion
M.W. Kunz (Dept. of Astronomy, University of Virginia), C.J. Chandler (NRAO, Socorro), L.J. Greenhill (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
134.18 Proper Motions of Water Masers in Ceph A HW 2
J. F. Gallimore (Bucknell University), R. Cool (University of Wyoming), M. D. Thornley (Bucknell University)
134.19 OH Masers in the High Excitation 6cm Line Observed with the VLBA
K. E. Devine (Carleton College), W. M. Goss (NRAO), P. Palmer (University of Chicago)

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