AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 103 GALEX II: Higher Energy Observations

Oral, Wednesday, January 7, 2004, 2:00-3:30pm, Centennial III

103.01 Star-formation in M101 and M51 from GALEX Deep Imaging
D. A. Thilker, L. Bianchi (Johns Hopkins University), GALEX Science Team
103.02 The UV Galaxy Luminosity Function in the Local Universe from GALEX Data
T. K. Wyder (CalTech), M. A. Treyer, B. Milliard (LAM), GALEX Science Team
103.03 GALEX and the Starburst History in the Local Universe
S. Salim, R. M. Rich (UCLA), S. Charlot (MPA), GALEX Science Team
103.04 The GALEX Deep Fields: UV-selected galaxies at z~1
D. Schiminovich (CalTech), S. Arnouts, B. Milliard (LAM), GALEX Science Team
103.05 Star-Forming Galaxies at z=1 in the GALEX Deep Imaging Survey and the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey
C. G. Hoopes, T. M. Heckman (JHU), B. T. Jannuzi, A. Dey, M. J. I. Brown, A. Ford (NOAO), GALEX Science Team
103.06 The IRX-\beta Reddening Relation Using Early GALEX Data
M. Seibert (CalTech), T. Heckman (JHU), S. Charlot (MPA), GALEX Science Team
103.07 Preliminary Results from a GALEX Search for Lyman Continuum Emission from Galaxies at z~1
P.G. Friedman, T.A. Small (CalTech), J.-M. Deharveng (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille), GALEX Science Team
103.08 GLAST, the Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope, Status and Science Opportunities
103.09 VERITAS: the next generation very high energy gamma-ray telescope.
T.C. Weekes (VERITAS Collaboration, Whipple Observatory)

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