AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 52. The Future of Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy

Topical Session Oral, Wednesday, June 5, 2002, 8:30-10:00am, 10:45am-12:30pm, 2:30-4:00pm, 4:15-6:00pm, Morning in Ballroom A, Afternoon in Ballroom B

52.01 The Evolution of the EUV Sun through Time: Coronal Emission of the Young Sun and its Consequences on Early Planetary Atmospheres and Life
E. F. Guinan (Villanova Univ.), I. Ribas (Univ. de Barcelona), G.M. Harper (C.A.S.A.), M. Guedel (Paul Scherrer Inst.)
52.02 The Last Supper: Giants Swallowing Planets
M. Livio (Space Telescope Science Institute)
52.03 EUV and Soft X-ray Probes of the Accretion and Coronae in T Tauri Stars
F.M. Walter (Stony Brook University)
52.04 Using EUV Observations of Interacting Binary Laboratories To Understand Astrophysical Plasmas and Mass Accretion
S. B. Howell (Planetary Science Institute)
52.05 What Solar Atmospheric Pnenomena Produce the Sun's X-ray-EUV-UV Spectrum?
G. A. Doschek (E. O. Hulburt Center for Space Research, Naval Research Laboratory)
52.06 Coronal Structures in Cool Stars
A. K. Dupree (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
LUNCH BREAK, Session Continues in Ballroom B
52.07 Coronal Activity and Variability in Stellar Clusters
R. A. Stern (LMSAL)
52.08 What We Can Learn from EUV Studies of Hot Stars
J. P. Cassinelli (University of Wisconsin)
52.09 Hot White Dwarfs: their composition, structure and interaction with the local ISM
M.A. Barstow (University of Leicester), K. Werner (Universitat Tubingen)
52.10 What EUV Spectroscopy can tell us about the Local Interstellar Medium
J.L. Linsky (JILA, University of Colorado & NIST)
52.11 Diffuse EUV Emission from Clusters of Galaxies
C. L. Sarazin (University of Virginia)
52.12 Developments in High-Resolution Spectroscopy (R~10000) in the EUV Waveband.
R. G. Cruddace (Naval Research Laboratory)
52.13 Emerging Sensor Technologies for Future Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy Missions
O. H. W. Siegmund (Space Sciences Lab, UCB)

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