AAS 200th meeting, Albuquerque, NM, June 2002
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Session 74. Stellar Atmospheres and Circumstellar Material

Display, Thursday, June 6, 2002, 9:20am-4:00pm, SW Exhibit Hall

74.01 The Circumstellar Environments Of 62 Nearby A Stars
J.D. Meiring, J.E. Neff (College of Charleston), K.P. Cheng (Cal State University, Fullerton)
74.02 New HST Observations of the Wolf-Rayet Nebula NGC 6888
R.J. Dufour, B.D. Moore (Rice Univ.), J.J. Hester, P.A. Scowen (Arizona State Univ.), B.A. Buckalew (Rice Univ.)
74.03 Effects of Nongray Opacity on Radiatively Driven Wolf-Rayet Winds
A. J. Onifer, K. G. Gayley (University of Iowa)
74.04 Radiative Transfer in Hot Stellar Winds, a Monte Carlo Approach
A.C. Carciofi, J.E. Bjorkman (University of Toledo)
74.05 A Search for Astrospheric Ly\alpha Emission Around 40~Eri~A
B.E. Wood, J.L. Linsky (JILA, Univ. of Colorado), H.-R. Müller (Bartol Research Institute), G.P. Zank (IGPP, Univ. of California at Riverside)
74.06 A Complete Linelist for the B'-X Transition of MgH
S. Skory (University of California, Berkeley), P. C. Stancil, P. F. Weck (University of Georgia), K. Kirby (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
74.07 NICMOS Observations of Vega: Upper Limits to the Detection of the Debris System
M.D. Silverstone, G. Schneider (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona), B.A. Smith (University of Hawaii)
74.08 Multiwavelength Flares on AD Leo
J. C. Allred, S. L. Hawley (University of Washington), C. M. Johns-Krull (Rice University), G. H. Fisher (University of California, Berkeley)
74.09 SiO Maser Emission in S Per - The Movie
T.A. Ostrowski-Fukuda, R.E. Stencel (University of Denver), A. Kemball (NRAO), P.J. Diamond (MERLIN/VLBI National Facility)
74.10 Nebular Absorption lines seen in the Near Ultraviolet Spectrum of Eta Carinae
G. Vieira (SSAI, NASA's GSFC), A. Danks (L3-Analytics, NASA's GSFC), T. R. Gull (NASA's GSFC)
74.11 Diagnosis on optical/X-ray emission line profiles of Eta Carinae
K. Ishibashi (CSR/MIT)
74.12 Associates of Eta Car: New Insights
N.R. Evans, F.D. Seward, M.I. Krauss, J. Nichols, E.M. Schlegel, S.J. Wolk (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), W.L. Waldron (L-3 Comm. Analytics)
74.13 Probing the Circumstellar Environment of pi Aquarii Using Intrinsic Linear Polarization
J.P. Wisniewski, K.S. Bjorkman, J.E. Bjorkman, G. Summers (U. Toledo), M.R. Meade (U. Wisconsin)
74.14 The UW Centauri Reflection Nebula
Y. Beshara, G.C. Clayton, T.L. Smith (LSU), K.D. Gordon (Steward Obs.)
74.15 CHANDRA Observations of the Corona of AU Mic (dM1e)
J.L. Linsky (JILA/Univ. Colorado and NIST), A. Brown, R.A. Osten (CASA/Univ. Colorado)
74.16 Transition Region Emission Observed During a Flare on VB8
S. L. Hawley (University of Washington), C. M. Johns-Krull (Rice University)
74.17 Spectroscopic Effects of Rotation in Extended Stellar Atmospheres
J. R. Busche (Wheeling Jesuit University), D. J. Hillier (University of Pittsburgh)
74.18 X-ray Emission from Bow Shocks around Clumps in Stellar Winds
N. Moeckel, J. Cho, J. P. Cassinelli (University of Wisconsin-Madison Astronomy Dept.)
74.19 Chandra~HETGS Observes Tortured Coronae in the Rapid Braking Zone
T.R. Ayres, R.A. Osten, A. Brown (CASA), M. Gagne (West Chester Univ.), J.L. Linsky (JILA)
74.20 Gravitational Microlensing of Circumstellar Envelopes
J. E. Bjorkman (University of Toledo), R. Ignace (University of Iowa), J. F. L. Simmons (University of Glasgow, & Centre Universitaire, Luxembourg)

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