AAS 204th Meeting, June, 2004
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All findings are embargoed until the time of presentation at the meeting.

Session 97. Instrumentation, Ground-based and Space-based Gamma Ray Bursts

Oral, Thursday, June 3, 2004, 2:00-3:30pm, 702

97.01 The Pan-STARRS Optical Survey Telescope Project.
N. Kaiser (Institute for Astronomy, U. Hawaii), Pan-STARRS Project Team
97.02 Pan-STARRS Telescope No. 1
K. C. Chambers (Institute for Astronomy), Pan-STARRS Team
97.03 CARMA: The Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-wave Astronomy
A.J. Beasley (CARMA/California Institute of Technology)
97.04 High Time Cadence Observations with the Rapid Acquisition Imaging Spectrograph (RAISE) Rocket Program
T.R. Ayres (University of Colorado), D. M. Hassler, D. Slater, C. E. DeForest (Southwest Research Institute), H. Mason (Cambridge University), S. McIntosh, R. J. Thomas (Goddard Space Flight Center)
97.05 The Solar Probe Mission Study: 2004
D. M. Hassler (Southwest Research Institute), Solar Probe Science and Technology Definition (STDT)* Team
97.06 The Swift Gamma Ray Burst Mission
J.P. Norris (NASA/GSFC), Swift Team
97.07 Spectral Evolution in Prompt GRBs and the Magnetic Turbulence in Relativistic Shocks
M. V. Medvedev (University of Kansas)

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