AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 127. Circumstellar Disks and the Origin of the Solar System

Oral, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, 2:00-3:30pm, Golden Ballroom

127.01 A Unique Edge-on Circumstellar Disk around a Herbig Ae Star
M. D. Perrin, J. R. Graham, P. Kalas, M. Fitzgerald (UC Berkeley)
127.02D Using High-Resolution Near Infrared Spectroscopy to Probe Circumstellar Disks and Exoplanetary Atmospheres
S. Brittain (NOAO (previously Univeristy of Notre Dame)), T. Rettig (University of Notre Dame)
127.03 The ``Aerogel'' Model for the Origin of the Short-Lived Radionuclides in the Early Solar System
S.J. Desch, N. Ouellette, J.J. Hester, L.A. Leshin (Arizona State University)
127.04 Sedna and the birth of the solar system
M.E. Brown (Caltech)
127.05 IRS Search for Excess IR Emission from Solar-Type Stars
C. A. Beichman, G. Bryden, M. Werner, K. Stapelfeldt (JPL), G. Rieke, J. Stansberry, D. Trilling, K. Misselt, K. Y. L. Su (Univ. of Arizona)
127.06 Spitzer Detections of IR Excess around Planet-Bearing Stars
G. Bryden, C. Beichman (JPL), G. Rieke, J. Stansberry, D. Trilling (UA), K. Stapelfeldt, M. Werner, C. H. Chen (JPL), K. Y. L. Su (UA), MIPS Instrument Team Team
127.07 An Amazingly Dusty Sun-like Star: Cosmic Collisions at 1 AU
B. Zuckerman (UCLA), I. Song (Gemini Observatory), A.J. Weinberger (Carnegie Institution of Washington), E.E. Becklin (UCLA)
127.08 A Resolved Debris Disk Around the G2V Star HD 107146
D.R. Ardila, D.A. Golimowski (Johns Hopkins University), J.E. Krist (STScI / JPL), M. Clampin (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), J.P. Williams (University of Hawaii), J.P. Blakeslee, H.C. Ford (Johns Hopkins University), G.F. Hartig (STScI), G.D. Illingworth (University of California, Santa Cruz)

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