AAS 199th meeting, Washington, DC, January 2002
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Session 86. Extra-Solar Planet Astronomy from the Present to TPF

Display, Wednesday, January 9, 2002, 9:20am-6:30pm, Monroe/Lincoln

86.01 Observing scenarios and strategies for detection of exo-solar terrestrial planets
D. Ebbets, S. Kilston (Ball Aerospace)
86.02 Limits on Exozodiacal Dust Components of Prominent Planetary Debris Disks
V. M. Herrera, D. E. Backman (Franklin & Marshall College)
86.03 A Shaped Pupil Coronagraph: A Simpler Path towards TPF
D. Spergel, J. Kasdin (Princeton University)
86.04 Eclipse Test Bed for Very High Contrast Space Astronomy
J.T. Trauger, A.B. Hull, D.A. Redding (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
86.05 Theory of an Externally Dispersed Interferometer for Precision Doppler Velocimetry
D.J. Erskine (Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.)
86.06 Simulations of Effects of Vibration and Pathlength Modulation Errors on the Accuracy of SIM Delay Measurements
J. Catanzarite (Caltech/Interferometry Science Center), M. Milman (Caltech/Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
86.07 Planetary system around Vega.
N.N. Gorkavyi, T.A. Taidakova (Schafer Corp.)

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