AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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Session 69. New Solar Instrumentation

SPD Poster, Thursday, June 3, 2004, 9:20am-4:00pm, Ballroom

69.01 Fast Inversion of MOSES Data
C. C. Kankelborg, J. L. Fox (Physics Department, Montana State University)
69.02 Towards 2D-Spectropolarimetry with TESOS and Adaptive Optics
A. Tritschler (Big Bear Solar Observatory), L.R. Bellot Rubio, T.J. Kentischer (Kiepenheuer Institut, Freiburg, Germany)
69.03 Optical Design of the RAISE Sounding Rocket Instrument
R. J. Thomas (NASA/GSFC), D. M. Hassler (SwRI)
69.04 Pre-Conditioning Optmization Methods and Display for Mega-Pixel DEM Reconstructions
A.L. Sette, E.E. DeLuca, M.A. Weber, L. Golub (CfA)
69.05 Science with the Solar-B X-Ray Telescope
E.E. Deluca, M.A. Weber, L. Golub (CfA)
69.06 The Atmospheric Imaging Assembly and Temperature Diagnostics
M.A. Weber, D. Caldwell, E.E. Deluca, L. Golub, A.L. Sette (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
69.07 The VIsible and InfraRed Imaging Magnetograph (VIM-IRIM) at Big Bear Solar Observatory
W. Cao, A. Tritschler, C. Denker, H. Wang, S. Shumko, J. Ma, J. Wang, B. Marquette (NJIT, Big Bear Solar Observatory), BLANK BLANK, BLANK BLANK
69.08 The New Solar Telescope at Big Bear Solar Observatory
C. Denker, W.H. Marquette, J. Varsik, H. Wang, P.R. Goode (New Jersey Institute of Technology), G. Moretto (National Solar Observatory), J. Kuhn, R. Coulter (University of Hawaii)
69.09 Latest Results from the ATST Site Survey
F. Hill (NSO), M. Collados (IAC), H. Navarro (HAO), J. Beckers (U. Chicago), P. Brandt (KIS), J. Briggs (NSO), T. Brown (HAO), C. Denker (NJIT), S. Hegwer (NSO), T. Horst (NCAR/ATD), M. Komsa (NSO), J. Kuhn, H. Lin (U. Hawaii), S. Oncley (NCAR/ATD), M. Penn, T. Rimmele (NSO), D. Soltau (KIS), K. Streander (HAO)
69.10 The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI) and Its Potential as a Precision Time-Series Photometer
A. Buffington, B.V. Jackson, P.P. Hick (Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences, Univ. of Calif. San Diego, La Jolla, CA), A. Penny (Space Science Department, Rutherford-Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, UK.)

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