8th HEAD Meeting, 8-11 September 2004
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Session 24. Supernova Remnants and the Interstellar Medium

Poster, Friday, September 10, 2004, 9:00am-10:00pm, La Nouvelle Orleans Room

24.01 Lines, Ti, and Bremss., Oh My! Arcsecond-resolution Imaging Spectroscopy of the Cassiopeia A Supernova Remnant
M.D. Stage, G.E. Allen, J.C. Houck, J.E. Davis (MIT)
24.02 An Overview of Gamma-Ray Line Results from the INTEGRAL Spectrometer (SPI)
B. Teegarden (NASA/GSFC), E. Cisana (CESR), B. Cordier (CEA), R. Diehl (MPE), M. Harris, P. Jean, V. Lonjou, J. Knödlseder (CESR), K. Kretschmer, G. Lichti (MPE), J. P. Roques (CESR), S. Schanne (CEA), V. Schönfelder (MPE), G. K. Skinner (CESR), A. Strong (MPE), M. Valsesia, P. von Ballmoos (CESR), A. von Kienlin (MPE), G. Weidenspointner (CESR)
24.03 Observations of the Unidentified Gamma-Ray Source TEV J2032+413 with the Whipple 10m Telescope
J. P. Finley (Purdue University), VERITAS Collaboration
24.04 A Coarse 3D Model of SNR E0102-72 Derived from HETG Data
D. Dewey (MIT CSR)
24.05 A Deep Chandra Imaging of Supernova Remnant Sgr A East in the Galactic Center
S. Park (Penn State), Y. Maeda (ISAS), M. P. Muno (UCLA), F. K. Baganoff (MIT), M. Morris (UCLA), D. N. Burrows, D. Sanwal, G. Chartas, G. P. Garmire (Penn State)
24.06 An ASCA Survey of Galactic Mixed-Morphology Supernova Remnants
T.G. Pannuti, J. Rho (Spitzer Science Center/JPL/Caltech)
24.07 Evidence of a Cosmic-Ray Modified Shock in SN 1006
G. E. Allen, J. C. Houck (MIT Center for Space Research), S. J. Sturner (USRA-NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
24.08 Evidence of Fe- and Ne- rich ejecta in an aged Galactic supernova remnant VRO 42.05.01
K. Mori, S. Park, D. N. Burrows (Penn State), J. P. Hughes (Rutgers), P. O. Slane (CfA)
24.09 High Angular Resolution X-ray and Optical Observations of the Mixed-Morphology Supernova Remnant W28
J. Rho, J.W. Keohane, T.G. Pannuti (SSC/JPL/Caltech), K. Borkowski (NCSU), P.F. Winkler (Middlebury)
24.10 Preliminary results of INTEGRAL/SPI measurements of radioactive 60Fe in the Galaxy
M. J. Harris, J. Knodlseder, P. Jean (CESR), E. Cisana (IASF Milan), G. Lichti, R. Diehl, K. Kretschmer, A. Von Kienlin (MPE Garching), J.-P. Roques (CESR), S. Schanne (CEA Saclay), G. Weidenspointner (CESR), C. Wunderer (U. C. Berkeley)
24.11 IS Dust and Gas Seen with Chandra and XMM-Newton
R. K. Smith (NASA/GSFC & JHU)
24.12 A Chandra Observation of the Mysterious Bow-Shock Nebula G70.7+1.2
Z. Arzoumanian (USRA/NASA-GSFC), J. Cordes (Cornell Univ.), D. Van Buren (Caltech), M. Corcoran (USRA/NASA-GSFC), S. Safi-Harb (Univ. of Manitoba), R. Petre (NASA-GSFC)
24.13 EUV Observations of the Local Interstellar Medium with CHIPS
T. P. Sasseen (UC Santa Barbara), M. Hurwitz, M. M. Sirk (UC Berkeley, Space Sciences Laboratory)
24.14 Hard X-rays observations of SN 1006 with INTEGRAL
E. Kalemci (SSL / UC Berkeley), S. P. Reynolds (North Carolina State University), J. Rho (IPAC / CALTECH), S. E. Boggs (SSL / UC Berkeley)
24.15 CHANDRA Observations of the Synchrotron Nebula in MSH15-56
P.P. Plucinsky (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), J.R. Dickel (University of Illinois), P.O. Slane, R.J. Edgar, T.J. Gaetz (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), R.K. Smith (Johns Hopkins University)
24.16 Neon Light Illuminates the Shell of Another Former Star: Supernova Remnant 3C58
E.V. Gotthelf, D.J. Helfand, L. Newburgh (Columbia University)
24.17 UV and X-ray observations of the reverse shock in the SMC SNR 1E 0102.2-7219
M. Sasaki, T.J. Gaetz (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), W.P. Blair (The Johns Hopkins University), R.J. Edgar (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), J.A. Morse (Arizona State University), P.P. Plucinsky (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
24.18 The origin of non-thermal X-ray filaments and TeV emission in young SNRs
M. Lyutikov (KIPAC, UBC), M. Pohl (Iowa State University)
24.19 On the Nature of the ``Jet" Regions of Cassiopeia A
J. M. Laming (NRL), U. Hwang (GSFC), A. J. Khokhlov (Univ. Chicago), Cas A VLP Team
24.20 A Principal Component Analysis of X-ray Spectral Variations in Four Galactic SNRs
J. S. Warren, J. P. Hughes (Rutgers University)
24.21 RHESSI Observations of Galactic Nucleosynthesis
D. M. Smith (U. C. Santa Cruz), C. B. Wunderer (U. C. Berkeley)
24.22 Ejecta in the Oxygen-Rich SNR G292.0+1.8
P. F. Winkler (Middlebury Coll.), K. S. Long (STSci)
24.23 Chandra X-ray Imaging and Spectroscopy of the Supernova Remnant of 1006 AD
A. L. McFarland, S. P. Reynolds (North Carolina State University)
24.24 A Study of Mixed Morphology Supernova Remnants with Chandra
J. Lazendic, P. Slane (CfA), R. Smith (NASA/JHU)
24.25 G337.2-0.7: an Asymmetric Type Ia Supernova Remnant?
C. E. Rakowski (Harvard Smithsonian CfA), C. Badenes, J. P. Hughes (Rutgers University), P. Slane, B. Gaensler (Harvard Smithsonian CfA)
24.26 Spatial Structure of Ejecta in Young Supernova Remnants
E.J. Bubar (Appalachian State University), K.J. Borkowski, J.M. Blondin, S.P. Reynolds (North Carolina State University)
24.27 Bremsstrahlung and Synchrotron Emission in the Hard X-Ray Band from SN 1006
J. DeVito, S. P. Reynolds (NC State U.)
24.28 A Cloud-Shock Interaction in the Eastern Cygnus Loop
T. J. Gaetz, M. Sasaki (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), W. P. Blair (Johns Hopkins University), R. J. Edgar, P. P. Plucinsky, J. C. Raymond (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory), R. K. Smith (NASA/Goddard), A. H. Szentgyorgyi (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory)
24.29 0049-73.6: A Remnant of a Low-Mass Core-Collapse Supernova
K.J. Borkowski, S.P. Hendrick, S.P. Reynolds (NCSU)

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