AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 38 Observation and Instrumentation : Optical

Poster, Tuesday, January 6, 2004, 9:20am-6:30pm, Grand Hall

38.01 Research Activities at the Institute of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
S. Kwok (ASIAA)
38.02 Spectra of Artificial Light Sources Near Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory
A. B. Whiting (CTIO)
38.03 Atmospheric Transmission Above Kitt Peak, 0.5 to 5.5 microns
K. H. Hinkle, L. Wallace (NOAO), W. Livingston (NSO)
38.04 Instrumentation Design and Implementation at Leuschner Observatory
A. E. Lanz (U. Wisconsin)
38.05 Stellar Photometry: Past, Present and Future
A. G. D. Philip (ISO and Union College)
38.06 Measurements of the Singly Ionized Oxygen Auroral Doublet Lines \lambda\lambda7320,7330Å\ Using High Resolution Sky Spectra
D. L. Huestis, B. D. Sharpee, P. C. Cosby, T. G. Slanger (SRI)
38.07 Very High Resolution IR Spectroscopy with a Silicon Anamorphic Immersion Grating
J. Ge, D. McDavitt, J. Wang, S. Miller (Penn State)
38.08 A Cross-Dispersed Medium-Resolution Spectrograph for Appalachian State Univeristy's 32-inch Telescope
K.A. Kluttz, R.O. Gray (Appalachian St. Univ.)
38.09 High Quality TMAH Etched Silicon Echelle Gratings ready for Astronomical Spectroscopy
D. McDavitt, J. Wang, J. Ge, S. Miller (Penn State)
38.10 The CHARA Array's Visible Band Fringe Tracker
C. E. Ogden, T. ten Brummelaar, D. H. Berger (CHARA / Georgia State University)
38.11 The Palomar-Quest Synoptic Sky Survey
A. Mahabal, S. G. Djorgovski, M. Graham, R. Williams, B. Granett, M. Bogosavljevic (CalTech), C. Baltay, D. Rabinowitz, A. Bauer, P. Andrews, N. Morgan, J. Snyder, N. Ellman (Yale), R. Brunner, A. W. Rengstorf (NCSA/UIUC), J. Musser, M. Gebhard, S. Mufson (Indiana U.)
38.12 The Palomar-QUEST large-area CCD camera
D. Rabinowitz, C. Baltay, W. Emmet, T. Hurteau, J. Snyder, P. Andrews, N. Ellman, N. Morgan, A. Bauer (Yale), J. Musser, M. Gebhard, G. Adams (Indiana), G. Djorgovski, A. Mahabal, M. Graham, M. Bogosavljevic, R. Williams, R. Brucato, R. Thicksten (CalTech)
38.13 Data Processing Pipeline and Data Archiving for the Palomar-QUEST Survey
A. Bauer, P. Andrews, C. Baltay, N. Ellman, R. Lauer, N. Morgan, D. Rabinowitz, J. Snyder (Yale University), M. Bogosavljevic, G. Djorgovski, M. Graham, A. Mahabal, R. Williams (California Institute of Technology), M. Gebhard, J. Musser, S. Mufson (Indiana University), R. Brunner, A. W. Rengstorf (University of Illinois)
38.14 CONCAM All-Sky Maps of Airglow and Opacity
R. J. Nemiroff, L. Shamir (Michigan Tech), CONCAM Collaboration
38.15 The Antarctic Planet Interferometer
M. Swain (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. Lloyd (CalTech), W. Traub (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), C. Walker (University of Arizona), A. Stark (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), P. Lawson (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. Storey (University of New South Wales), V. Coude du Foresto (Observatory of Paris), E. Fossat (University of Nice), M. Ireland (University of Sydney), A. Burrows (University of Arizona), F. Vakili (University of Nice)
38.16 The Discovery Channel Telescope
R. L. Millis, E. W. Dunham, T. A. Sebring (Lowell Observatory)
38.17 Development of an Adaptively Controlled Telescope with Star-Pattern Recognition Pointing
J.N. Sick (Queen Elizabeth High School)
38.18 Ultra-lightweight Telescope Technology
P.C. Chen, R.C. Romeo (Composite Mirror Applications, Inc.)
38.19 Replication As An Alternative Approach For Large Segmented Telescopes
M. Farber, M.P. Ulmer, M.E. Graham, S. Vaynman (Northwestern University), S. Varlese (Ball Aerospace & Tech. Corp.), D. Baker (Advanced Powder Solutions), J. Echt (Northwestern University)
38.20 Ground Based Calibration of Standard Stars for SNAP in the Near Infrared
J. Burkle (Wheaton College and Indiana University), S.L. Mufson (Indiana University)

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