AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 165. Science with Small Telescopes from SMARTS

Special Session, Thursday, January 13, 2005, 2:00-3:30pm, California

Associated Posters in Session 150.
165.01 The Small and Moderate Aperture Research Telescope System (SMARTS): an overview
C. D. Bailyn (Yale University), SMARTS Consortium
165.02 Type Ia Supernovae as Standardizable and Standard Candles
K. Krisciunas (NDU), N. B. Suntzeff (CTIO), P. Candia (Gemini)
165.03 Using SMARTS for critical tests of star-formation theory
K. G. Stassun (Vanderbilt Univ.)
165.04 Optical and Near-Infrared Light Curves of Black-Hole X-ray Binaries during Outbursts
M.M. Buxton, C.D. Bailyn (Yale University)
165.05 Using SMARTS to Follow Variable Stars
F.M. Walter, A. Field-Pollatou, J. Miner, R. Nyquist (Stony Brook University), S.B. Howell (NOAO), G.S. Stringfellow (University of Colorado)
165.06 Searching for Spectroscopic Binary Nuclei of Southern Planetary Nebulae
H. E. Bond, M. Afsar (STScI)
165.07 New Nearby Stars from NOAO and SMARTS Observations
T.J. Henry, T.D. Beaulieu, M.A. Brown, W.C. Jao, H. Monteiro, J.P. Subasavage (Georgia State University), RECONS Team
165.08 High Speed Photometry with SMARTS Telescopes
J. L. Provencal (Mt. Cuba Observatory), H. L. Shipman (University of Delaware), D. Childers (Delaware County Community College)
165.09 Nereid, Sedna, and Many KBOs Every Night With SMARTS
B. E. Schaefer (Louisiana S. U.), D. Rabinowitz, S. Tourtellotte (Yale), W. Blickley (LSU)

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