AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 41 Warm-Hot IM

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

41.01 Where is the Local Hot Gas?
B.Y. Welsh (SSL, UC Berkeley), R. Lallement (CNRS, France), S. Sallmen (U of Wisc, La-Crosse)
41.02 Highly Ionized Gas in the Galactic Halo and the High Velocity Clouds Toward PG 1116+215
R. Ganguly, K. R. Sembach (STScI), T. M. Tripp (U. Massachusetts - Amherst), B. D. Savage (U. Wisconsin - Madison)
41.03 Expected X-ray Emission from the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium (WHIM)
M. Galeazzi, E. Ursino (University of Miami), R. Cen (Princeton University), W. T. Sanders (University of Wisconsin)
41.04 Properties of the Highly Ionized High-Velocity Absorption Systems in the UV Spectra of four AGNs
A. J. Fox, B. D. Savage, B. P. Wakker (UW-Madison), T. M. Tripp (University of Massachusetts), K. R. Sembach (Space Telescope Science Institute)
41.05 A Little WHIM: Predictions for the Warm Hot Intergalactic Medium from Theory and Observational Constraints
L. A. Phillips (CalTech)
41.06 The Missing Baryon Explorer: A Proposed SMEX Mission to Map the X-ray Emission from the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium
W. T. Sanders (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Missing Baryon Explorer Team

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