AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 55 AGN and Starburst Galaxies

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

55.01 Active Galaxies at Milliarcsecond Resolution in the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey in Bootes
J.M. Wrobel, G. B. Taylor, S.T. Myers (NRAO), T.A. Rector (U of Alaska), C.D. Fassnacht (UC Davis)
55.02 Active Galaxies at Milliarcsecond Resolution in the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey: Cetus Field
K. M. Chynoweth (NRAO/Colorado College), T. A. Rector, J. M. Wrobel, G. B. Taylor (NRAO), C. D. Fassnacht (UC-Davis), S. T. Myers (NRAO)
55.03 Detecting Variable Galaxies in the GOODS Field
V.J. Mikles, V. Sarajedini (UF)
55.04 Rest Frame Optical Spectroscopy of Hyperluminous Infrared Galaxies.
E. L. Ryan (SIRTF Science Center)
55.05 New and Revised Magnitudes for Stars Within Four Arcminutes of Selected Active Galaxies
S.E. Eyermann (University of Missouri, Rolla), K.S. Rumstay, R.H. Boone (Valdosta State University), S.R. Cortes (Clemson University)
55.06 Breaking All the Rules: The Compact Symmetric Object 0402+379
H. L. Maness (Grinnell College), G. B. Taylor, R. T. Zavala (NRAO, Socorro), A. B. Peck (CfA, SMA Project), L. K. Pollack (UC, Berkeley)
55.07 The Survey of Nearby Nuclei with STIS
J.C. Shields (Ohio U.), H.-W. Rix (MPIA), M. Sarzi (Oxford U.), L.C. Ho (OCIW), A.J. Barth (CalTech), D.H. McIntosh (U.Mass.), G. Rudnick (MPA), A.V. Filippenko (UC-Berkeley), W.L.W. Sargent (CalTech)
55.08 A Sensitive Chandra Observation of Markarian 231, the Most Luminous Galaxy in the Local Universe
S. C. Gallagher (UCLA), S. Hylton (MIT), W. N. Brandt (Penn State), M. S. Brotherton (University of Wyoming), G. Chartas (Penn State), D. C. Hines, P. S. Smith (Steward Observatory)
55.09 Intranight Variability Properties of Different Classes of Active Galactic Nuclei
P. J. Wiita (GSU), C. S. Stalin (State Obs, Nainital & NCRA/TIFR), Gopal-Krishna (NCRA/TIFR), R. Sagar (State Obs, Nainital)
55.10 Emission Line Properties of AGN from a post-COSTAR FOS HST Spectral Atlas
J. K. Kuraszkiewicz, P. J. Green (SAO), D. M. Crenshaw, J. Dunn (Georgia State University), K. Forster (CalTech), M. Vestergaard (Ohio State University), T. L. Aldcroft (SAO)
55.11 GOODS Evidence for Black Hole-Bulge Correlation and against Merger-AGN Connection at 0.4 < z < 1.3
N. A. Grogin (JHU), C. J. Conselice (CalTech), E. Chatzichristou (Yale), D. M. Alexander, F. E. Bauer (IoA), A. E. Hornschemeier (JHU), S. Jogee, A. M. Koekemoer, V. G. Laidler, M. Livio, R. A. Lucas, M. Paolillo, S. Ravindranath (STScI), E. J. Schreier (AUI,STScI), B. D. Simmons, C. M. Urry (Yale), GOODS Team
55.12 Magnetic Fields in the Accretion Disks of AGN: The Case of NGC 4258
M. Modjaz, J.M. Moran, L.J. Greenhill, P.T. Kondratko (CfA)
55.13 Measuring LLAGN Sizes Using Intraday Variability Studies
J. M. Anderson (NRAO/New Mexico Tech), J. S. Ulvestad (NRAO)
55.14 Intrinsic Reddening in Active Galactic Nuclei Based on Sloan Digital Sky Survey Spectra
S. A. Snedden, K. S. J. Anderson, D. C. Long (New Mexico State U. / Apache Point Observatory), Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration
55.15 Ultraviolet Lightcurve Internet Database of Active Galactic Nuclei
J. Dunn, D. M. Crenshaw (Georgia State University), B. Jackson (Georgia Tech University)

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