HEAD 2003 Meeting
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Session 10. Supernova Remnants III

Poster, Sunday-Wednesday, March 23, 2003, Duration of Meeting

10.01 A Nonthermal X-ray Supernova Remnant Toward the Galactic Center
F. Yusef-Zadeh (Northwestern U.), F.K. Baganoff, M.P. Muno (MIT), W. Cotton (NRAO), G.P. Garmire, S. Park (Penn State), M. Morris (UCLA), M. Wardle (Macquarie U.)
Using Chandra to hunt pulsars and plerions in supernova remnants
S. Safi-Harb (U. of Manitoba)
10.03 Discovery of Resolved X-ray/radio/optical Supernova Remnants in M31
A.K.H. Kong, M.R. Garcia (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), L.O. Sjouwerman (NRAO), B.F. Williams, F.A. Primini (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), J.R. Dickel (UIUC)
10.04 Results of a Joint Fit of Chandra X-Ray, Radio, and CANGAROO Gamma-Ray Spectral Data for SN 1006
G.E. Allen, J.C. Houck (MIT Center for Space Research), S.J. Sturner (USRA/NASA GSFC)
10.05 High resolution X-ray spectroscopy of G292.0+1.8
J. Vink (Columbia University), J. A. M. Bleeker, J .S. Kaastra (SRON, Utrecht, The Netherlands), A. Rasmussen (Columbia University)
10.06 Mass-loading of Pulsar Winds
M. Lyutikov (McGill University, CITA)
10.07 Gamma-ray Spectra & Variability of Crab Nebula Emission Observed by BATSE
J. C. Ling (JPL/Caltech), Wm. A. Wheaton (IPAC/Caltech)
10.08 Revealing the hitherto hidden X-ray emission from shell-type supernova remnant Kes 32
J. Vink (Columbia University (Chandra fellow))
10.09 A New Sample of Candidate for Pulsar/Supernova Remnant Associations
D.A Leahy (U. Calgary), W. Tian (U. Calgary & Nat'l Astronomical Obs. of China)
10.10 On the Determination of Ejecta Structure and Explosion Asymmetry from the X-ray Knots of Cassiopeia A
J. M. Laming (Naval Research Laboratory), U. Hwang (GSFC/UMD)
10.11 A Chandra Observation of the Northwestern Rim of the Galactic Supernova Remnant G266.2-1.2 (RX J0852.0-4622)
T. G. Pannuti, G. E. Allen (MIT)
10.12 Identification of X-Ray Point Sources Seen by XMM-Newton Towards IC 443
S. J. Sturner (USRA, NASA/GSFC), J. W. Keohane (NCSSM), O. Reimer (Ruhr-Univ. Bochum)
10.13 The Inherent Asymmetry of Core-Collapse Supernovae
J. M. Blondin (North Carolina State University), A. Mezzacappa (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
10.14 Analytical and Hydrodynamical Investigation of the Effect of Supernova Asymmetry on the Shape of Pulsar Wind-blown Bubble
J.R. Campbell (Physics & Astronomy Department, Dartmouth College), Kazimierz J. Borkowski, J. Blondin (Physics & Astronomy Department, N.C. State University)
10.15 Bright X-ray emission from supernova remnant G349.7+0.2 interacting with a molecular cloud
J. Lazendic, P. Slane (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), Y. Chen (Nanjing University), J.P. Hughes (Rutgers), D. Burrows, J. Nousek (Penn State University)
10.16 A Chandra Observation of the Supernova Remnant G292.2-0.5 Containing the Radio Pulsar PSRJ1119-6127
S. Safi-Harb, M. Gonzalez (U. of Manitoba)
10.17 On the Galactic Microquasar SS433/W50
S. Safi-Harb (U. of Manitoba), T. Kotani (Tokyo Inst. of Technology)
10.18 The Central Engine of the Unusual Supernova Remnant DA 495
Z. Arzoumanian (USRA/NASA-GSFC), S. Safi-Harb (Univ. of Manitoba), R. Kothes, T. Landecker (DRAO, NRC-Canada)
10.19 Measuring the Expansion of G11.2-0.3
C. Tam (McGill), M. S. E. Roberts (McGill/MIT), V. M. Kaspi, C. L. Brogan (McGill)
10.20 XMM-Newton Observations of the Spiral Galaxy NGC 300
A.K.H. Kong (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), R. Soria (Mullard Space Science Laboratory), R. Di Stefano (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics/Tufts University)
Spatially Resolved X-ray Spectroscopy of the Thermal Emission and the Pulsar Wind Nebula in W44
R. Petre (NASA / GSFC), R.L. Shelton (Johns Hopkins University), K.D. Kuntz (GSFC / UMBC)
CHANDRA/VLA Follow-up of TeV J2032+4131, the On ly Unidentified TeV Gamma-ray Source
Y. Butt (CfA, USA), P. Benaglia, J. Combi (IAR, Argentina), M. Corcoran ( GSFC/USRA, USA), T. Dame, J. Drake (CfA, USA), M. Kaufman Bernado (IAR, Argentin a), P. Milne (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA), F. Miniati (Max-Planck-Insti tut fur Astrophysik, Germany), M. Pohl, O. Reimer (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germ any), G. Romero (IAR, Argentin), M. Rupen (NRAO, USA)
Estimating the Oxygen Ejecta Mass in E0102-72
K.A. Flanagan, C.R. Canizares, D. Dewey, A. Fredericks, J.C. Houck (MIT C enter for Space Research)
Chandra Observations of the Bright Eastern Knot of Puppis A
K.A. Flanagan (MIT Center for Space Research), U. Hwang (NASA/Goddard Spa ce Flight Center and University of Maryland), R. Petre (NASA/Goddard Space Fligh t Center), A. Szymkowiak (Yale University)
Discovery of a Hard Point Source Associated wit h 3C 397
J.W. Keohane, A. Foster, I. Vu (NCSSM), C.M. Olbert (UNC)

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