AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 69 The High Z Universe

Oral, Tuesday, January 6, 2004, 2:00-3:30pm, Centennial IV

69.01 Extreme X-ray/Optical sources (EXOs): Probes of the High Redshift Universe
A. M. Koekemoer (STScI), GOODS Team
69.02 The Second Flight of the ARCADE Instrument
D. J. Fixsen (Goddard Spaceflight Center)
69.03 Lyman Break galaxies at z>5
M. Lenhert (MPIfeP)
69.04 The Palomar-Quest High-Redshift Quasar Survey
S.G. Djorgovski, A. Mahabal, M. Bogosavljevic, M. Graham, R. Williams, C. Baltay, D. Rabinowitz, A. Bauer, P. Andrews, N. Morgan, J. Snyder, N. Ellman, R. Brunner, A. W. Rengstorf, J. Musser, M. Gebhard, S. Mufson (CalTech), Palomar-Quest Collaboration
69.05 The Nature of Ultraluminous X-Ray Sources (ULX) Very Near or Inside Galaxies
E. M. Burbidge, G. Burbidge (UCSD), H. C. Arp (Max-Planck-Institut fur Physics)
69.06 Deuterium and 7Li Concordance in Inhomogeneous Big Bang Nucleosynthesis Model
J.F. Lara (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University)
69.07D Cross-Correlation of the Cosmic Microwave Background with the 2MASS Galaxy Survey: Signatures of Dark Energy, Hot Gas, and Point Sources
N. Afshordi, Y. Loh, M.A. Strauss (Princeton University Observatory)
69.08 Disappearing Dark Matter in Brane World Cosmology: New Evidence from Supernovae, Galactic Clusters, and the cosmic Microwave Background
G. J. Mathews, P. M. Garnavich (Center for Astrophysics at Notre Dame Univ.), K. Ichiki (NAOJ, Tokyo Univ.), T. Kajino (NAOJ), M. Yahiro (Ryukyus Univ.)

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