AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 28. Living with A Star

Oral, Monday, June 3, 2002, 2:00-3:30pm, San Miguel

28.01D Observation and Study of TeV Air-Shower Events from the Direction of the Sun with the Milagro Detector
L. Fleysher (New York University), Milagro Collaboration
28.02 A Comparison of Variable Total and Ultraviolet Solar Irradiance Inputs to 20 th Century Global Warming
P.V. Foukal (Independent Researcher)
28.03 Solar Irradiance Variations over Solar Cycles 21 to 23
J. M. Pap (Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center, UMBC), J. Kuhn (Institute of Astronomy, University of Hawaii), H. Jones (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), M. Turmon (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), N. Arge (NOAA Space Environment Center), W. Schmutz (World Radiation Center, PMOD), L. Floyd (Interferometrics Inc., NRL)
28.04 Evidence of 3-Part Structure in Magnetic Clouds-ICMEs Using Frontside Halo CMEs
D. F. Webb (ISR, Boston College), R. P. Lepping (LEP, NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center), D. E. Larson (SSL, University of California, Berkeley )
28.05 Identifying Solar Sources of Major Geomagnetic Storms
J. Zhang (George Mason University), K.P. Dere, R.A. Howard (Naval Research Laboratory)
28.06 Energetic Particle Spectral Variation Derived from Neutron and Gamma-Ray Observations of Solar Flares
R. J. Murphy, G. H. Share (Naval Resarch Laboratory), B. Kozlovsky (Tel Aviv University), X.-M. Hua (Emergent Technology Services Inc.)
28.07 Search for Hard X-Ray Sources in the Solar Corona with RHESSI
S. R. Kane, G. J. Hurford (Space Sc. Lab, Univ. of California, Berkeley)
28.08 Smoothed Annual Mean Sunspot Number at Solar Cycle 23 Maximum: Our Forecast in Retrospect and Implications for Cycle 24
H. S. Ahluwalia (Univ of New Mexico, Dept of Phys and Astro)

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