AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 11. Brown Dwarfs and Exoplanets

Poster, Monday, January 10, 2005, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

11.01 Radio Observations of Brown Dwarfs
L. C. Quick (NC A&T State University), R. Osten, T. Bastian (NRAO), S. Hawley (University of Washington)
11.02 High-Temperature Gas in the Circumstellar Environment of the Young Brown Dwarf 2MASSW J1207334-393254
H. L. Shipman, J. E. Gizis (U. Del.)
11.03 Phoenix High Resolution Observations of Ultracool Dwarfs
J. A. Harvin, J. E. Gizis (University of Delaware), A. Schweitzer (University of Hamburg)
11.04 Probing the Sun's Hidden Magnetic Past: The Two Billion Year-Old Solar Proxy 15 Sge and its Brown Dwarf Companion
M.J. Dulude, E.F. Guinan, L.E. DeWarf, G.P. McCook (Villanova University)
11.05 Bayesian Extrasolar Planet Detection
P. C. Gregory (Univ. of British Columbia)
11.06 Metallicity Diagnostics in the Spectra of Ultracool M and L Subdwarfs
A.J. Burgasser (AMNH), J.D. Kirkpatrick (IPAC/Caltech), S. Lepine (AMNH), J.E. Gizis (U Delaware), I.N. Reid (STScI), M. Cushing (NASA Ames)
11.07 Continued Followup of SDSS Brown Dwarfs
S. K. Leggett (Joint Astronomy Centre Hawaii), X. Fan (Steward Observatory), K. Chiu (Johns Hopkins University), T. R. Geballe (Gemini Observatory), D. A. Golimoski (Johns Hopkins University), Sloan Digital Sky Survey Collaboration
11.08 A deep look at our nearest brown dwarf, \epsilon Ind B, in X-rays and radio
M. Audard (Columbia Astrophysics Lab), A. Brown (CASA/University of Colorado), J.E. Gizis (University of Delaware), M. Güdel, K.R. Briggs, A. Telleschi (Paul Scherrer Institut)
11.09 Photometry of the suspected brown dwarf + K star eclipsing binary 2MASS J0516288+260738
A. J. Bayless, J. A. Orosz (San Diego State University)
11.10 Spitzer-IRAC Photometry of M, L, and T Dwarfs
B. M. Patten (CfA), T. J. Henry (GSU), A. Burrows (Arizona), J. R Stauffer (SSC), D. Ragavan (GSU), J. Liebert (Arizona), K. L. Luhman, J. L. Hora, T. Megeath, M. Marengo, G. G. Fazio (CfA)
11.11 The Search for L and T Dwarf Companions Around Nearby Stars
D.L. Looper, J.D. Kirkpatrick (IPAC/Caltech)
11.12 Constraining the Distribution of L & T Dwarfs in the Galaxy
R. E. Ryan Jr., N. P. Hathi, S. H. Cohen, R. A. Windhorst (Arizona State University)
11.13 DwarfArchives.org: A Homogeneous Database Of M, L , & T Dwarfs
C. R. Gelino (Caltech), J. D. Kirkpatrick (IPAC), A. J. Burgasser (AMNH)
11.14 NICMOS Imaging of 2MASSWJ 1207334-393254 - A Planetary-Mass Companion Candidate
G. Schneider (Steward Obs., UofA), I. Song (Gemini Obs.), B. Zuckerman, E. Becklin (UCLA), P. Lowrance (Caltech), B. Macintosh (LLNL), M. Bessell (ANU), C. Dumas, G. Chauvin (ESO)
11.15 Multiplicity at the Stellar/Substellar Boundary in Upper Scorpius
A. L. Kraus, R. J. White, L. A. Hillenbrand (Caltech), A. M. Ghez (UCLA)
11.16 Fraction of Stars with Planets in the Open Cluster NGC 1245
C. J. Burke (OSU), B. S. Gaudi (CfA), D. L. DePoy, R. W. Pogge (OSU)
11.17 Hybrid Scenarios for Gas/Ice Giant Planet Formation
T. Currie (UCLA)
11.18 Modeling the Origin of Extrasolar Comets Around the STAR IRC +10216
A. Fraeman (Blair High School, and Carnegie Institution of Washington), N. Haghighipour (Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii), K. S. Ford (Carnegie Institution of Washington)
11.19 Chemistry of Extrasolar Cometary Systems: What Can ALMA Do?
K. E. S. Ford (DTM-CIW)
11.20 The Diversity of Debris Disks Around A Stars
G. H. Rieke, K. Y. S. Su, J. A. Stansberry, D. Trilling (University of Arizona), G. Bryden (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J. Muzerolle, E. T. Young (University of Arizona), C. A. Beichman, K. R. Stapelfeldt (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
11.21 The Search for H3+ Towards HD209458
J. Haywood, E. Gibb, T. Rettig (University of Notre Dame), S. Brittain (NOAO), C. Kulesa (University of Arizona)
11.22 Limits on Primordial Gas in the AU Microscopii Disk from Far-UV Spectroscopy
A. Roberge, A. J. Weinberger (DTM-CIW), P. D. Feldman (JHU), S. Redfield (U. of Texas)
11.23 Magnetic Interaction between Stars and Hot Jupiters as Observed in Ca II H & K Emission - An Update
E. Shkolnik (NRC/HIA), G.A.H. Walker (University of British Columbia), D.A. Bohlender (NRC/HIA), P.-G. Gu (Academia Sinica), M. Kürster (Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie)
11.24 Searching for Extrasolar Planets in the Stellar Graveyard
S. Sigurdsson, J.H. Debes (Penn State), B.T. Woodgate (GSFC)
11.25 A Search for Substellar Companions of the Debris Disk Star \epsilon Eridani with the Spitzer Space Telescope
M. Marengo, T. Megeath, G. Fazio (CfA), D. Backman (NASA Ames), K. Stapelfeld, M. Warner, C. Beichman (JPL), K. Su, J. Stansberry, G. Rieke (Steward Observatory), D. Hines (SSI)
11.26 Completing the Census of Extrasolar Planets in the Milky Way with the Microlensing Planet Finder
D.P. Bennett (University of Notre Dame), I. Bond (Massey University), E. Cheng (Conceptual Analytics, LLC), S. Friedman (Space Telescope Science Inst.), P. Garnavich (University of Notre Dame), B.S. Gaudi (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), R. Gilliland (Space Telescope Science Inst.), A. Gould (Ohio State University), M. Greenhouse (NASA/Goddard), K. Griest (UC, San Diego), R. Kimble (NASA/Goddard), J. Lunine (University of Arizona), J. Mather (NASA/Goddard), D. Minniti (Universidad Catolica de Chile), M. Niedner (NASA/Goddard), B. Paczynski (Princeton University), S. Peale (UC, Santa Barbara), B. Rauscher (NASA/Goddard), R. M. Rich (UC, Los Angeles), K. Sahu (Space Telescope Science Inst.), D. Tenerelli (Lockheed Martin Space Systems), A. Udalski (Warsaw University), N. Woolf (University of Arizona), P. Yock (University of Auckland)

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