AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 61. The Future of Extreme Ultraviolet Astronomy

Display, Wednesday, June 5, 2002, 10:00am-7:00pm, SW Exhibit Hall

61.01 The Astrophysical Plasmadynamic Explorer (APEX): A High Resolution Spectroscopic Observatory
M. P. Kowalski, R. G. Cruddace, K. S. Wood, D. J. Yentis, H. Gursky (NRL), T. W. Barbee, Jr., W. H. Goldstein, J. F. Kordas (LLNL), G. G. Fritz (PRAXIS, Inc.), M. A. Barstow, N. P. Bannister (U. of Leicester), J. S. Lapington (Boston U.)
61.02 The Stellar Imager (SI): An UV-Optical Interferometer in Space
X. Zhang (SSAI / NASA's GSFC), K. Carpenter (NASA's GSFC), C. Schrijver (LMATC)
61.03 Diffraction-limited astronomical X-ray imaging and X-ray interferometry using multilayer optics
D. L. Windt, S. M. Kahn (Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory), G. E. Sommargren (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
61.04 Heating AB Dor's corona: discriminating between different loop models
G.A.J. Hussain, A.A. van Ballegooijen (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
61.05 Results from a Further Analysis of the First Far Ultraviolet Image of Alpha Orionis (Betelgeuse, HD 39801)
J.G. Timothy (The Catholic University of America and Nightsen, Inc.), E.P. Horch (Center for Imaging Science Rochester Institute of Technology), J.A. Valenti (STScI)

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