AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 28. Lensing: Micro, MACHO, Strong, Weak and Wide

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

28.01 Follow-up Spitzer Space Telescope Observations of Five LMC Microlensing Events
N. Kallivayalil (Harvard University), B.M. Patten, C. Alcock (CfA), H.T. Nguyen, M.W. Werner (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
28.02 Results and Status Report from the SuperMACHO LMC microlensing survey
A. Rest (NOAO/CTIO), SuperMACHO Collaboration
28.03 New Measurement of Microlensing Optical Depth and Examination of Blending in Microlensing Events
C.L. Thomas, K. Griest (UCSD), P. Popowski (Max-Planck-Institute), K.H. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), C. Alcock (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), R.A. Allsman (NOAO), D.R. Alves (Goddard Space Flight Center), T.S. Axelrod (Steward Observatory), A.C. Becker (University of Washington), D.P. Bennett (Nore Dame), A.J. Drake (Pontifica Universidad Catolica), K.C. Freeman (Australian National University), M. Geha (Carnegie Observatories), M.J. Lehner (University of Pennsylvania), S.L. Marshall (KIPAC), D. Minniti (Pontifica Universidad Catolica), C.A. Nelson (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), B.A. Peterson (Australian National University), P.J. Quinn (European Southern Observatory), C.W. Stubbs (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), W. Sutherland (Cambridge), T. Vandehei (UCSD), D. Welch (McMaster University), MACHO Collaboration
28.04 Effects of Microlensing on the Light Curves and P-Cygni Profiles of Supernovae Type Ia
H. Bagherpour, E. Baron, D. Branch, R. Kantowski (Phyast, University of Oklahoma)
28.05 HE 1113-0641: The Smallest Separation Quadruple Lens Identified Using a Ground-Based Optical Telescope
J. A. Blackburne, P. L. Schechter (MIT), L. Wisotzki (Universitat Potsdam)
28.06 Possible Futures for Quadruply-Imaged Quasar Systems due to Micro-lensing by Stars
M.S. Peeples, P.L. Schechter (MIT), J.K. Wambsganss (ARI)
28.07 Arc-Selected Strong Galaxy-Galaxy Lens Candidates from the Deep Lens Survey
J.M. Kubo, I.P. Dell'Antonio (Brown University)
28.08 The FIRST-Optical-VLA Survey for Gravitationally Lensed Radio Lobes
D.B. Haarsma (Calvin College), FOV Survey Team
28.09 Measuring Single-Galaxy Weak Lensing Through Polarization Alignment Breaking
C. R. Burns (Swarthmore College), C. C. Dyer (University of Toronto)
28.10 Measuring Weak Lensing of Multiply Imaged Sources Using Polarization Alignment Breaking
L. J. Willis, C. R. Burns (Swarthmore College)
28.11 The Dark Matter Of Galactic Halos
H. L. Helfer (Dept of Physics & Ast; Lab for Laser Energetics, U Rochester Rochester NY 14627)
28.12 Rotation Curve Fitting of Cluster and Field Galaxies Using a Dark Matter Model
R. A. Harbison (University of Nebraska -- Lincoln), D. Dale (University of Wyoming)
28.13 A High Redshift Cluster on the Way to UM425
P.J. Green (SAO), L. Infante (PUC), S. Lopez (U.Chile), T.L. Aldcroft (SAO), J.N. Winn (CfA)
28.14 Angular Galaxy-QSO Cross-correlations on degree scales with 2dF QSOs
J. G. Nollenberg (University of St. Thomas), L. L. R. Williams (University of Minnesota)

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