AAS 201st Meeting, January , 2003
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Session 7. Globular Clusters and Their Contents

Poster, Monday, January 6, 2003, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall AB

7.01 Early Evolution of Globular Clusters
J. Hidaka (Univ. of Utah)
7.02 Does NGC 6934 Have a Tidal Tail?
R. Wilhelm (Texas Tech University), L. Groning (Southwestern University), G. Edmiston (Texas Tech University)
7.03 The Luminosity Function of M15
N. E. Q. Paust, B. Chaboyer (Dartmouth College)
7.04 WFPC2 Observations of the Sagittarius Globular Cluster Arp 2
E.N. Dueñas (NASA Goddard Inst. for Space Studies), K.J. Mighell (NOAO)
7.05 The Luminosity Function and Color-Magnitude Diagram of the Globular Cluster M12
J.R. Hargis, E.L. Sandquist (San Diego State University), M. Bolte (University of California, Santa Cruz)
7.06 The Correlation between Kinematics and Metallicity in omega Centauri
B. Xie, C. Pryor (Rutgers University), M. Hilker (Sternwarte University Bonn), K. Gebhardt (University of Texas at Austin), T. B. Williams (Rutgers University)
7.07 HST WFPC2 Observations of CN Band Strengths Near the Core of 47 Tucanae
M. M. Briley (Univ. Wisc. Oshkosh), V. V. Smith (U. Texas El Paso)
7.08 The Dynamical Distance of the Globular Cluster M15
T.C. Tavenner, B.J. McNamara (New Mexico State University)
7.09 Comprehensive Calibration of the Near-IR Giant Branch Slope-Metallicity Relation
G. P. Tiede, A. Sarajedini, J. L. LaVine (University of Florida)
7.10U The age of the globular cluster Palomar 13
L. Trouille, B. Chaboyer (Dartmouth College, Physics and Astronomy Department)
7.11 A New Age Measurement for Palomar 5
S. L. Martell, G. H. Smith (UCO/Lick Observatory, UC Santa Cruz), C. J. Grillmair (SIRTF Science Center, California Institute of Technology)
7.12 On the age of the globular cluster M4: a different interpretation of recent deep HST observations
G. De Marchi (ESA), F. Paresce (ESO), G. Li Causi (Obs. Rome)
7.13 A search for short period variables in the core of NGC 288
N. Pirzkal (ST-ECF/ESO), G. De Marchi (ESA), R. N. Hook (ST-ECF/ESO), Francesco Ferraro (Obs. Bologna)
7.14 Blue Straggler Stars in the Globular Clusters 47 Tuc, M 3, and NGC 6752: HST STIS Spectroscopy
J. F. Sepinsky (Univ. of Delaware), R. A. Saffer (Villanova Univ.), M. M. Shara, D. Zurek (Dept. of Astrophysics, American Museum of Natural History)
7.15 The Helium and Nitrogen-Rich UV-Bright Star UIT-644 in Omega Cen
W.B. Landsman (SSAI/NASA/GSFC), A.P.S. Crotts (Columbia U.), S. Heap (NASA/GSFC), T. Lanz (UMD/NASA/GSFC), A. Sweigart (NASA/GSFC)
7.16 Variable Stars in M 13
R. Canterna (WIRO, U of Wyoming), A. Bonfitto (Earlham College), A. Grocholski (U. of Florida), J. Silvey, E. Van Cleave (WIRO, U of Wyoming), K. Vogel (U. Nebraska-Kearney)
7.17 Searching for Variability in the Globular Cluster Messier 4
R. Ferdman, J. Brewer, J. S. Kalirai, H. B. Richer, J. F. Rowe (UBC), G. G. Fahlman (CFHT), B. K. Gibson (Swinburne), B. M. S. Hansen, R. M. Rich (UCLA), R. Ibata (Strasbourg), M. M. Shara (AMNH), P. B. Stetson (HIA)
7.18 A Search for Optical Counterparts of Chandra Sources in Omega Centauri using ACS
D. Haggard, A.D. Fuller, J.L. Dorfman, A.M. Cool (San Francisco State University), J. Anderson (U.C. Berkeley), P.D. Edmonds (Harvard University), M.B. Davies (University of Leicester)

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