AAS 202nd Meeting, May 2003
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Session 29 Molecular Clouds and the ISM

Poster, Tuesday, May 27, 2003, 10:00am-6:30pm, West Exhbit Hall

29.01 Visualizing the CO Environment of a High-Latitude Cloud
D.L. Chilton (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga), L. Magnani, E. Kraemer (University of Georgia)
29.02 Irregular Magnetic Fields and the Linear Polarization of Dust Thermal Emission
D. Wiebe (INASAN, Moscow, Russia), W. D. Watson (UIUC)
29.03 Hot and Cold Gas in the Souther Coalsack
B-G Andersson, D.C. Knauth (Center for Astrophysical Sciences, JHU), S. Snowden (NASA-GSFC)
29.04 Dust Extinction and the Internal Structure of Globule 2 in the Coalsack
L.J. Crews (U Tenn Martin), T.L. Huard, C.J. Lada (CfA), J.F. Alves (ESO), K.P. Pershell (U Tenn Martin)
29.05 High resolution BIMA polarization observations of NGC 7538 IRS1
A. P. Sarma (Eastern Kentucky University), R. M. Crutcher (University of Illinois), S.-P. Lai (JPL), P. Cortes (University of Illinois)
29.06 Narrow-band Imagery of the ISM using the RCT
D.K. Walter (South Carolina State University), R. Gelderman (Western Kentucky University), E. Guinan (Villanova University), S. Howell (Planetary Science Institute), J.R. Mattox (Francis Marion University), C.H. McGruder III (Western Kentucky University), D. Davis, M. Everett (Planetary Science Institute)
29.07 Physical Conditions in Orion's Lid
N. P. Abel (University of Kentucky Department of Physics and Astronomy), C. L. Brogan (National Radio Astronomy Observatory), G. J. Ferland, T. H. Troland (University of Kentucky Department of Physics and Astronomy)
29.08 Hydrodynamics of Radioactivity Injection into the Presolar Cloud
K. W. Davis, M. D. Leising (Clemson University)
29.09 Interstellar Fluorine toward Stars in Cep OB2
S.R. Federman, Yaron Sheffer (U. Toledo), David L. Lambert (U. Texas), V.V. Smith (UTEP)
29.10 FUSE Observations of Interstellar CO and H2 toward Stars in Cepheus
Y. Sheffer, S.R. Federman (U. Toledo)
29.11 Molecular hydrogen in photoionized regions
G. Ferland, G. Shaw (UK), P. Stancil (U. Georgia), M. Mihalache-Leca (UK)
29.12 The H2 spectrum as a probe of physical conditions in photoionized clouds.
G. Shaw, G. Ferland (University of Kentucky)
29.13 He/H ratio for Cosmology: Accurate He recombination coefficients including fine structure and singlet-triplet mixing
R.P. Bauman, G.J. Ferland, K.B. MacAdam (Univ. of Kentucky)
29.14 Probing Deuterium Beyond the Local Bubble: D/N and D/O toward LB 3241 and PG 0952+519
D. C. Knauth, B.-G. Andersson, J. Dupuis, H. W. Moos (JHU)
29.15 Transition Rates for Fe IV
R. Rubin (NASA/Ames), C. Froese Fischer (Vanderbilt)
29.16 Measurement of the [N I] \lambda5198/\lambda5200Å\ Intensity Ratio from Night Sky Emission Spectra
B.D. Sharpee, D.L. Huestis, T.G. Slanger, P.C. Cosby (SRI International)
29.17 Diffuse Interstellar Bands, molecular and atomic line measurements with APO and FUSE.
P. Sonnentrucker (JHU), D. G. York (Univ. Chicago), J. Thorburn (Yerkes Obs.), T. Oka, S. Chapman (Univ. Chicago), S. D. Friedman (STScI), B. McCall (Univ. Berkeley), B. Rachford (Univ. Colorado), B. Recchie (Univ. Chicago), T. P. Snow (Univ. Colorado), D. E. Welty, V. Yin (Univ. Chicago)
29.18 A New Method to Use Chandra Data to Resolve the X-Ray Halos Around Point Sources and Its Application to Cygnus X-1
Y Yao, S. Nan Zhang, X. L. Zhang, Y. X. Feng (UAH/NSSTC)

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