AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 11 Galaxies, Cosmology and Higher Redshift Objects

Poster, Monday, May 26, 2003, 9:20am-6:30pm, West Exhibit Hall

11.01 Simulating Clusters of Galaxies with Thermal Conduction
V. Ziskin (IAP)
11.02 An H\alpha Survey of the Butcher-Oemler Cluster Abell 851
C.E. Covington, W.C. Keel (U. Ala.), I. Smail (Durham), F.N. Owen (NRAO), G.E. Morrison (IPAC), R.A. Windhorst, S.C. Odewahn (Arizona State U.)
11.03 Tracking the Gas within the Cooling Flow Cluster 2A 0335+096
T.R. Monroe, R. Gelderman (Western Kentucky University)
11.04 Nonthermal Emission from IC1262, a Low Temperature Galaxy Cluster
D.S. Hudson (Physics Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore County), M.J. Henriksen (Joint Center for Astrophysics, Physics Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
11.05 Large Scale Environments Containing Wide Angle Tail Radio Sources
K. S. Krughoff, D. J. Batuski (U. of Maine), A. L. Melott (U. of Kansas), J. M. Hill (U. of Ariz.)
11.06 The Effect of Preheating on the Physical Structure of the ICM
J.J. Bialek, A.E. Evrard (University of Michigan), J.J. Mohr (University of Illinois)
11.07 UV Spectral Templates for High-Redshift Galaxies
Sara Heap (NASA's GSFC), Don Lindler (Sigma, Inc.), Thierry Lanz (U. MD & NASA's GSFC)
11.08 Non-Axisymmetric Features in the Disks of Isolated Galaxies in the SDSS
O. Valenzuela, J. A. Holtzman (NMSU, Astronomy Department)
11.09 Properties of Ultra-Luminous X-ray Sources in the Chandra Archive of Galaxies
D. A. Swartz, K. K. Ghosh (USRA/NSSTC), A. F. Tennant (NASA/NSSTC)
11.10 Discovery of a z~6 Galaxy in the Chandra Deep Field South
A.J. Bunker, E.R. Stanway (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge), R.S. Ellis (Caltech Astronomy), R.G. McMahon (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge), P.J. McCarthy (OCIW)
11.11 Seeing the Unvierse at redshift one with the AAT and CIRPASS: a multi-object near-infrared spectrograph
I.R. Parry (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge), G.B. Dalton (Oxford Astrophysics), M. Doherty, R.G. Sharp, A.J. Dean, A.J. Bunker (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge), I. Lewis, E. MacDonald, C. Wolf (Oxford Astrophysics), H. Hippelein, K. Meisenheimer (MPIA Heidelberg), L.A. Moustakas (STScI)
11.12 A Determination of the Local Infrared Galaxy Luminosity Function
M.A. Hartman (Department of Astronomy, Harvard University), C.S. Kochanek, M.A. Pahre, J.P. Huchra, E.E. Falco (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
11.13 Identification of the 1500 km/s Lyman-alpha Absorber in the 3C273 Sightline
B. A. Keeney, J. T. Stocke (CASA, Univ. of Colorado), R. J. Weymann (Carnegie Observatories), M. L. Giroux (East Tennessee State Univ.), K. M. McLin (CASA, Univ. of Colorado)
11.14 A New Determination of the Metallicity Dependence of the Cepheid Distance Scale
R.C. Kennicutt (U. Arizona), S. Sakai (UCLA), L. Ferrarese (Rutgers U.), A. Saha (NOAO)
11.15 New Limits on \OmegaM and \Omega\Lambda From High Redshift Supernovae With High Quality Color Measurements
S. Perlmutter (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Supernova Cosmology Project Collaboration

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