34th Solar Physics Division Meeting, June 2003
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Session 20 Instrumentation

Poster, Wednesday, June 18, 2003, 3:30-5:00pm, Mezzanine

20.01 A Cryogenic Pyrheliometer for More Accurate Solar Irradiance Measurements
P. Foukal (Heliophysics, Inc.)
20.02 The Solar Bolometric Imager: Characteristics and Performance.
P.N. Bernasconi (JHU/ Applied Physics Laboratory), P. Foukal (Heliospherics, Inc.), D.M. Rust (JHU/ Applied Physics Laboratory)
20.03 SADE: Starspot and Dynamo Explorer
P.C.H. Martens (Montana State University)
20.04 Hard X-ray Focusing Optics for Solar Physics
M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern), N. Nitta, R. A. Stern (Lockheed Martin)
20.05 DECoDE: The Dual-channel EUV Coronal Dynamics Explorer
E. DeLuca (SAO)
20.06 Expected Performance of the Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Solar-B
J.T. Mariska, C.M. Brown, K.P. Dere, G.A. Doschek, C.M. Korendyke, S.H. Myers, J.F. Seely (NRL), J.L. Culhane (MSSL), T. Watanabe (NAOJ)
20.07 The Extreme Ultraviolet Normal Incidence Spectrograph (EUNIS)
D. Rabin, J. Davila, R. J. Thomas, C. Engler, S. Irish, R. Keski-Kuha, J. Novello, M. Nowak, L. Payne, I. Rodriguez, T. Saha, R. Scott, M. Swartz, M. Trimble, L. White (NASA/GSFC), S. Seshadri (JPL)
20.08 Solar Imaging UV/EUV Spectrometers Using TVLS Gratings
R. J. Thomas (NASA/GSFC)
20.09 High-Resolution Views of the Solar Atmosphere
A. Vourlidas, C. Korendyke (NRL)
20.10 Results from the SwRI/LASP MXUVI Sounding Rocket Experiment (Feb. 8, 2002)
D. M. Hassler, C. E. DeForest, D. C. Slater (Southwest Research Institute), T. N. Woods (University of Colorado/LASP)
20.11 Prominence and Filament Activity Recorded with a New, Tunable, One-Angstrom Filter
S. F. Martin, D.C. Martin (Helio Research)
20.12 Status of the Synoptic Optical Long-Term Investigations of the Sun (SOLIS) Facility
J. Harvey (NSO), SOLIS Team
20.13 High-Resolution Infrared Filter System for Solar Spectroscopy and Polarimetry
W. Cao, J. Ma, J. Wang, P.R. Goode, H. Wang, C. Denker (New Jersey Institute of Technology, Physics Department, Center for Solar Research)
20.14 Beyond Solar-B: MTRAP, the Magnetic TRAnsition Region Probe
J.M. Davis, R.L. Moore, D.H. Hathaway (Marshall Space Flight Center), The Science Definition Committee for High-Resolution Solar Magnetography Beyond Solar-B Team
20.15 SUMI - The Solar Ultraviolet Magnetograph Investigation
J.G. Porter, E.A. West, J.M. Davis, G.A. Gary, M.W. Noble (NASA/MSFC), R.J. Thomas, D.M. Rabin (NASA/GSFC), H. Uitenbroek (NSO)
20.16 Coronal Magnetography with the Frequency Agile Solar Radiotelescope
D. E. Gary, J. Lee (New Jersey Institute of Technology)
20.17 A Concept for Optical and Mechanical Design for a New Off-Axis 1.7 m Solar Telescope (NST) at Big Bear
L.V. Didkovsky (Big Bear Solar Observatory), BBSO/NJIT Team, Mees Solar Obs./U. Hawaii Team
20.18 Long-Term Seeing Characteristics at Big Bear Solar Observatory
C. Denker, O. D. Espinosa, J. Nenow, W. H. Marquette (NJIT/CFSR/BBSO)
20.19 Advanced Technology Solar Telescope Approach to a Four-meter Diffraction Limited Solar Telescope
S. Keil, T. Rimmele, J. Oschmann, M. Warner, N. Dalrymple, R. Hubbard, R. Price, B. Goodrich, C. Keller (National Solar Observatory), ATST Team
20.20 Inverting Scintillometer Array Data to Estimate Cn2(h) for the ATST Site Survey
F. Hill (NSO), M. Collados (IAC)
20.21 Introducing ISOON, The Improved Solar Observing Optical Network
D. Neidig, P. Wiborg, J. Mozer, N. Dalrymple (AFRL/VSBXS), R. Dunn, S. Gregory, C. Gullixson (NSO/SP)
20.22 Solar Imaging Radio Array (SIRA): Radio Aperture Synthesis from Space
R. MacDowall, M. Kaiser, N. Gopalswamy (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
20.23 The SOLIS Vector-Spectromagnetograph (VSM)
C.U. Keller (National Solar Observatory), SOLIS Team
20.24 Design of Achromatic Waveplates for ATST Near IR Filter System
J. Ma (CFSR, BBSO/NJIT), J. Wang, W. Cao, C. Denker, H. Wang (NJIT)
20.25 1.6 m Off-Axis Solar Telescope at Big Bear Solar Observatory
P.R. Goode (Big Bear Solar Observatory/NJIT), BBSO/NJIT Team, Mees Solar Obs./U. Hawaii Team

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