AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 42. Gaseous Galaxy Halos and Galaxy Edges

Display, Tuesday, June 4, 2002, 10:00am-6:30pm, SW Exhibit Hall

42.01 FUSE and STIS Observations of Highly Ionized Gas along the Line of Sight towards HD 116852
A. J. Fox, B. D. Savage, D. Fabian, P. Richter (UW - Madison), K. R. Sembach (STScI), D. M. Meyer, J. Lauroesch (Northwestern), J. C. Howk (Johns Hopkins)
42.02 Exploring Faint, Large-Scale Filaments in the Warm Ionized Medium of the Galaxy
G.J. Madsen, R.J. Reynolds, L.M. Haffner (Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison)
42.03 Deep H{\sc i} imaging of NGC 6946, a new view on bubbles and high velocity gas
R. Boomsma, J.M. van der Hulst (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen, NL), T.A. Oosterloo (N.F.R.A, Dwingeloo, NL), R. Sancisi (Osservatorio Astronomico, Bologna, It and Kapteyn Astr. Inst., Groningen, NL)
42.04 A Ballistic Model for the Rotation of Diffuse Ionized Gas Halos
J. A. Collins (University of Colorado), R. A. Benjamin (University of Wisconsin), R. J. Rand (University of New Mexico)
42.05 Rotation of Extraplanar Gas: Comparing Ballistic and Hydrostatic Models
R. Benjamin (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
42.06 How Sharp Is the Edge of the Milky Way Disk ?
J. M. Dickey (University of Minnesota), F. J. Lockman (NRAO - Green Bank), N. M. McClure-Griffiths (Australia Telescope National Facility)

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