AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 25 Young Stars and Clusters

Oral, Monday, January 5, 2004, 10:00-11:30am, Centennial IV

25.01 Infrared Observations of LBV 1806-20 and Nearby Cluster Stars
S. Eikenberry (University of Florida), K. Matthews (California Institute of Technology), J. L. LaVine (University of Florida), M. Garske (Cornell Univ., Northwest Nazarene Univ.), D. Hu, M.A. Jackson (Cornell University), S.G. Patel (Univ. of Florida, Cornell Univ.), D.J. Barry, M.R. Colonno, J.R. Houck (Cornell University), J.C. Wilson (Univ. of Virginia, Cornell Univ.), S. Corbel (Univ. Paris VII, CEA Saclay), J.D. Smith (Steward Observatory)
25.02D An HST/WFPC2 Survey for Nearby Companions of Galactic Wolf-Rayet Stars
D. J. Wallace (Georgia State University)
25.03 Massive Field Stars and OB Associations in the SMC
M. S. Oey, N. L. King (Lowell Obs.), J. Wm. Parker (SwRI)
25.04D The Relation Between Low Mass X-Ray Binaries and Globular Clusters: Chandra and HST Observations of M87
A. Jordan (Rutgers University), ACS Virgo Cluster Survey Team
25.05 Searching for Black Holes in Young Star Clusters with Chandra
D. Pooley, W. Lewin (MIT), S. Portegies Zwart (Amsterdam)
25.06 Low Mass X-ray Binaries in Elliptical Galaxies: Connection to Globular Clusters
E. Kim, D.-W. Kim, G. Fabbiano (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), M. G. Lee, H. S. Park (Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea), D. Geisler, B. Dirsch (Universidad de Concepcion, Concepcion, Chile)
25.07 AAT Observations of 2MASS Stellar Cluster Candidates
A. Cotera (SETI Institute), A. Leistra (Steward Observatory)

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