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Session 16. Gamma-ray Bursts III

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

16.01 Searching for Rapid Optical Transients with Both Eyes Open: The RAPTOR Stereoscopic Sky Monitoring System
W. T. Vestrand, K. Borozdin, S. Brumby, D. Casperson, E. Fenimore, M. Galassi, K. McGowan, W. Priedhorsky, D. Starr, P. Wozniak, R. White, J. Wren (LANL)
16.02 Limits on Intrinsic VHE Emission from Gamma-Ray Bursts with the Milagro Observatory
M. F. Morales (UCSC, MIT Center for Space Research), Milagro Collaboration
16.03 Dominant gamma-ray bursts production in the early universe
Electromagnetic explosions in Gamma-Ray Bursts
M. Lyutikov (McGill University, CITA), R. Blandford (Caltech)
16.05 Neutrons in GRBs
A. M. Beloborodov (CITA)
16.06 Expected GLAST Observations of Gamma-Ray Bursts
D. Band (NASA/GSFC & UMBC), J. Norris (NASA/GSFC), J. Bonnell (NASA/GSFC & USRA)
First Results from Half of the ROTSE-III Network
D. A. Smith (University of Michigan), ROTSE Collaboration
16.08 Recent Rapid Localizations with the HETE-2 Soft X-Ray Camera
J. Villasenor, J.G. Jernigan, G. Crew, G. Prigozhin, G. Ricker, R. Vanderspek (MIT CSR)
16.09 A Diamagnetic Relativistic Pulse Origin of Cosmic Gamma-Ray Bursts
E. Liang (Rice University), K. Nishimura (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
16.10 A Re-examination of X-ray Spectral Lines in Gamma-ray Burst Afterglows
M. Sako, F. A. Harrison, R. E. Rutledge (Caltech)
16.11 Nuclear Composition of Gamma-Ray Burst Fireballs
A. M. Beloborodov (CITA)
16.12 The HETE Burst Catalog
R. Vanderspek, A. Dullighan (MIT Center for Space Research), HETE Science Team
16.13 The Burst Alert Telescope (BAT) on Swift
H. Krimm (USRA / NASA GSFC), Swift/BAT Team
16.14 Swift Burst Alert Telescope Hard X-Ray Monitor and Survey
H.A. Krimm (USRA / NASA GSFC), S.D. Barthelmy, N. Gehrels, A.M. Parsons, J. Tueller (NASA GSFC), E.E. Fenimore, D.M. Palmer (Los Alamos National Laboratory), C. Markwardt (University of Maryland), T. Belloni, P. Banat (Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera), A. Dean, D. Willis (University of Southampton)
16.15  Gamma-Ray Bursts a Probe of the Epoch of Reionization
D. Q. Lamb (University of Chicago), Z. Haiman (Princeton University)
16.16  Application of the Variability arrow Luminosity Indicator to X-Ray Flashes Observed by BeppoSAX and BATSE
D. E. Reichart (U. North Carolina), D. Q. Lamb (U. Chicago), R. M Kippen (LANL), P. M. Woods (NSSTC), J. Heise (SRON), J. J. M. in't Zand (SRON, U. Utrecht), M. S. Briggs, R. D. Preece (NSSTC, U. Alabama), M. Nysewander (U. North Carolina)
16.17 IR/Optical Observations of GRB030115 with Magellan
A. Dullighan, G. Ricker, N. Butler, R. Vanderspek (MIT Center for Space Research)
16.18 RHESSI search for polarization in prompt GRB emission
W. Coburn (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley), S. E. Boggs (Space Sciences Laboratory, UC Berkeley & Department of Physics, UC Berkeley)
16.19 Development of a Gamma-Ray Burst Automated Response and Remote 0.5 m Telescope at Eteleman Observatory at the University of the Virgin Islands
T. W. Giblin, J. E. Neff, J. Hakkila (The College of Charleston), D. M. Drost, N. Andreasian-Thomas (The University of the Virgin Islands)
16.20 SCUBA Sub-millimeter Observations of Gamma-Ray Bursters
I. Smith (Rice University), James Clerk Maxwell Telescope GRB Collaboration
16.21 Spectral Properties of Quiescent Gamma-Ray Bursts
T. Giblin, J. Hakkila (The College of Charleston)
X-ray and Optical Observations of XRF/GRB 01103 0 & 020427: Detection of the Probable Host Galaxies.
S. Patel (NRC/MSFC), C. Kouveliotou (USRA/MSFC), A. Fruchter, J. Rhodes, I. Burud, A. Leven (STScI), S. Holland (Notre Dame), R. Wijers (Stony Brook), J. Gorosabel (IAA-CSIC), J. Horth (Copenhagen U.), GOSH (GRB Optical Studies with HST) Collaboration

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