AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 6. Stars: Winkin' and Blinkin'

Poster, Monday, May 31, 2004, 9:20am-6:30pm, Ballroom

6.01 Toward Stronger Ties: The AAS Working Group on Professional-Amateur Collaboration
J. K. Beatty (Sky & Telescope), J. C. White (Rhodes College)
6.02 KH 15D: Unraveling the Mystery of a Peculiar Winking Star
J. A. Johnson, G. W. Marcy (UC Berkeley), C. M. Hamilton (Rice University), J. N. Winn (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), W. Herbst (Wesleyan University), C. M. Johns-Krull (Rice University)
6.03 Times of Maximum Light: The Passband Dependence
M.D. Joner (BYU), C.D. Laney (SAAO)
6.04 HAT Variability Search in the High Stellar Density "Kepler Field" with Millimagnitude Image Subtraction Photometry
J.D. Hartman, G. Bakos, K.Z. Stanek, R.W. Noyes (Harvard-Smithsonian, CfA)
6.05 Variable Light Curves of Magnetic CP Stars
D. P. Smith (UNLV), S. J. Adelman (Citadel)
6.06 Spectroscopic Observations of Pulsationally Variable Stars at the Middlebury College Observatory
S. J. Ratcliff (Middlebury College)
6.07 First Spectroscopic Detection of Pulsational Modes in a Long Period Subdwarf B Star Variable
B.-Q. For, E.M. Green (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona), D. O'Donoghue (South African Astronomical Observatory), L. Kiss, T.R. Bedding (School of Physics, University of Sydney), E.A. Hyde (Steward Observatory, University of Arizona), S.J. O'Toole (School of Physics, University of Sydney)
6.08I SdB stars: low-resolution survey has far-reaching applications
E. Hyde, E. M. Green, B. For, K. Bonga (The University of Arizona)
6.09 The North Star Mysteries: The Remarkable Brightness Increase of Polaris from Historical and Modern Observations
S.G. Engle, E.F. Guinan (Villanova University), R.H. Koch (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
6.10 Overlooked Properties of the Cepheid Polaris
D. G. Turner (Saint Mary's University)
6.11 Bayesian Analysis of RR Lyrae Distances and Kinematics
T. G. Barnes (McDonald Observatory, University of Texas at Austin), T. R. Jefferys, W. H. Jefferys (Dept. of Astronomy, University of Texas at Austin)
6.12 Photometric Metallicities for RR Lyrae Stars in the Northern Sky Variability Survey
K. Kinemuchi, H.A. Smith (Michigan State University), P. Wozniak (LANL), ROTSE Collaboration
6.13I Observations of RR Lyrae Stars in M15 With Small Telescopes
J.M. Stoltz, M.L. West (Montclair State University)
6.14 Flaring Cycles in \beta Per and V711 Tau from Circularly Polarized Data
M. T. Richards, M. L. Rogers (Penn State University)
6.15 Analysis of Simultaneous Optical and Radio Data from V711 Tau and \beta Per
B. Miller, M. T. Richards (Penn State University), J. Budaj (Penn State University and Astronomical Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)

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