AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 116 Elliptical and Spiral Galaxies

Poster, Thursday, January 8, 2004, 9:20am-4:00pm, Grand Hall

116.01 Long Term Study of Radio Point Sources in M83
L.A. Maddox (University of Oklahoma), C.J. Stockdale (Marquette University), J.J. Cowan (University of Oklahoma)
116.02 Optical Identification of the X-ray Point Source Population of M101
K. D. Kuntz (LHEA-UMBC JCA), P. Barmby (CfA), K. Mukai, S. L. Snowden (NASA GSFC-USRA)
116.03 High Velocity Clouds in M 83 and M 51
E.D. Miller, J.N. Bregman (U. Michigan)
116.04 Global Properties of Three Barred Magellanic Spirals
K. A. Davis (College of Charleston), E. M. Wilcots (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
116.05 Photometry of M33
W. M. Schlingman, P. Massey (Lowell Observatory)
116.06 Do Spiral-Spiral Mergers Make Real Elliptical Galaxies?
B. Rothberg, R. Joseph (Univ. of Hawaii)
116.07 Measuring Molecular Hydrogen in M 51
N.R. Hinkel (Oberlin College), E.D. Miller, J.N. Bregman (University of Michigan)
116.08 Star Formation and Disk Surface Density from Theory, Simulations and HST Observations of NGC3081's Inner Ring
T. Freeman (Bevill State Brewer Campus, Fayette, AL), G. Byrd, R. Buta (Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa)
116.09 Spectra of Post-AGB Stars in the Halo of M31
M. H. Siegel, H. E. Bond (STScI)
116.10 Ages and Metallicities of Elliptical Galaxies from Mid-Ultraviolet Spectra
R.C. Peterson (UCO/Lick; Astrophysical Advances), B.W. Carney (UNC), B. Dorman, W.B. Landsman (GSFC), E.M. Green, J. Liebert (U. Arizona), R.W. O'Connell, R.T. Rood, R.P. Schiavon (UVa)
116.11 Spectacular Image of the Sombrero Galaxy: Hubble Heritage Celebrates their Fifth Year Anniversary
C.A. Christian, H.E. Bond, L.M. Frattare, F. Hamilton, Z.G. Levay, K.S. Knoll, T. Royle (STScI)
116.12 Chandra Observations of the Normal Galaxy NGC 3877
E. Gonzalez, D. Pooley, W. Lewin (MIT)
116.13 H\alpha and Far-infrared Correlation in Early-type Spirals
S. Hameed (Smith College/Umass-Amherst), N. Devereux (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)
116.14 A Keck Survey of the M31 Halo
P. Cote, A. Sluis (Rutgers University), P. Durrell (Penn State University), R.M. Rich (UCLA), K.C. Freeman (Mt Stromlo)
116.15 X-ray Binary Luminosity Functions and the Star-Formation History of Nearby Galaxies
R.E. Kilgard (SAO/University of Leicester), A.H. Prestwich (SAO), M.J. Ward (University of Leicester)
116.16 Evidence From Surface Brightness Profiles for the Dissipative Merger Formation of Low-Luminosity Elliptical Galaxies
D.B. Fisher, J. Kormendy (University of Texas at Austin), R. Bender (Universitäts-Sternwarte München and Max-Planck Institut für extraterrestrische Physik)
116.17 The Massive Black Hole in the Dwarf Galaxy NGC 4486B
A. Bender (U. of Illinois / NOAO REU Program), R.F. Green (KPNO), K. Gebhardt (U. of Texas), G. A. Bower (STScI), J. Kormendy (U. of Texas), T. Lauer (NOAO), D.O. Richstone (U. of Michigan), STIS IDT Galaxy Nuclei Team, Nuker Team
116.18 Radio Emission in Early-Type Galaxies of Mixed Pairs: AGN and Starbursts?
D.L. Domingue (Georgia College & State University), J.W. Sulentic, A. Durbala (University of Alabama)
116.19 Chandra ACIS Spectra of the Hot Diffuse Component of Face-on Spiral Galaxies
E. M. Schlegel (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), T. G. Pannuti (SIRTF Science Center/JPL/Caltech)
116.20 Galaxy structure: core radii and central mass deficits
A.W. Graham (University of Florida), I. Trujillo (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astronomie), P. Erwin (Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias)
116.21 Results From a Multi-Wavelength Survey of Barred, Flocculent Galaxies
D. L. Ratay, S. T. Gottesman (University of Florida)
116.22 The Nuclei of Nearby Giant Elliptical Galaxies
M.S. Seigar (Joint Astronomy Centre), P.D. Lynam (European Southern Observatory), A.W. Graham (University of Florida), J.G. Bodnarik (Smithsonian Sub-millimeter Array)
116.23 The Star Formation History in the Outer Disk of M33
M. K. Barker, A. Sarajedini (University of Florida), G. P. Tiede (Bowling Green State University)
116.24 Streams of Neutral Hydrogen in the M81 Group of Galaxies
K. H. R. Rubin (Yale University), G.I. Langston, F. Walter (NRAO)

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