AAS 205th Meeting, 9-13 January 2005
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Session 54. Pulsating Stars: RR Lyraes, Miras, Cepheids, etc.

Poster, Tuesday, January 11, 2005, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

54.01 Period-Radius Relations for RR Lyrae Stars Using the Baade-Wesselink Method
T. E. Nordgren, G. R. Schnider (U. of Redlands)
54.02 Metallicity of Galactic Bulge RR Lyrae
A.M. Kunder, B. Chaboyer (Dartmouth College), P. Popowski (Max-Planck Institute fuer Astrophysik), S. Nikolaev, K. Cook (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
54.03 RR Lyrae Variables in Galactic Globular Clusters
M. Catelan, R. Contreras, R. Salinas, M. E. Escobar (PUC-Chile), H. A. Smith, N. De Lee (Michigan State), B. J. Pritzl (Macalester College), J. Borissova (ESO-Chile)
54.04 AH Leo and the Blazhko Effect
J. Phillips (Swinburne Astronomy Online), P.L. Gay (Harvard University)
54.05 A New, Bright Galactic RRd Star
M.D. Koppelman (University of Minnesota), P. Wils (Vereniging Voor Sterrenkunde, Belgium), D.L. Welch (McMaster University), R. Durkee (Shed of Science Observatory, Minneapolis, MN), J. Vidal-Sáinz (Grup d'Estudis Astronomics, Barcelona, Spain)
54.06 Automated photometry, period analysis and flare-up constraints for selected Mira Variable Stars
D.E. Mais (Department of Astronomy, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA), R.E. Stencel (Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Denver), D. Richards (Aberdeen and District Astronomical Society, UK)
54.07 Mira Stars with Double Maxima: Humps, Bumps, and Resonances
M.R. Templeton (AAVSO), L.A. Willson (Iowa State University)
54.08 Cepheid Brightness Distribution Detection by the Stellar Imager
L. Watson (U. of Florida), M. Karovska, D. Sasselov, M. Marengo (CfA), Stellar Imager Vision Mission Team
54.09 Hubble's Variable 19 in the Asiago Photographic Plates
L.T. Laursen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics), L.M. Macri (National Optical Astronomy Observatory)
54.10 The Angular Separation of the Components of Cepheid Binary AW Per
D. Massa (SGT, Inc.), N.R. Evans (SAO)
54.11 Three Years of Photometry of the Delta Cepheid T Vulpecula
H. T. Nguyen, T. T. Kyaw (California Polytechnic State University)
54.12 Exhaustive Monitoring of Polaris in Night Sky Live CONCAM Data
R. J. Nemiroff, L. Shamir, V. Muzzin, M. Merlo, S. V. Tilvi (Michigan Tech.), Night Sky Live Collaboration
54.13 Polaris with New Precision
N. R. Evans (SAO), D. Buzasi (US Air Force Academy), D. Sasselov (Harvard), H. Preston (US Air Force Academy)
54.14 The Radius and Absolute Magnitude of the Dwarf Cepheid RS Gruis
M. D. Joner (BYU), C. D. Laney (SAAO)
54.15 Photometric and Spectroscopic Observations of AN Lyncis, BO Lyncis, and GW Ursae Majoris
T.C. Bush, E.G. Hintz (Brigham Young. Univ.)
54.16 Photometric Analysis of Two Candidate Pulsating Early Stars
S. M. Sonnett, R. J. Dukes (Coll. Charleston)
54.17 53 Persei Observations, 14 Years of Persistence Rewarded
R. J. Dukes, Jr., L. R. Mills (Coll. Charleston)
54.18 Flickering Red Giants in the Ursa Minor Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy: Detection of Low-Amplitude Variability in Faint Red Giant Branch Stars on Ten-Minute Timescales
I.U. Roederer, K.J. Mighell (NOAO)
54.19 P Cygni Profiles in He I 10830: Mass Outflow in R Coronae Borealis Stars
C. B. Brozek (University of New Mexico, Maria Mitchell Observatory), G. Clayton (Louisiana State University, Maria Mitchell Observatory)
54.20 Discovery of Five New R Coronae Borealis Stars in the MACHO Galactic Bulge Lightcurve Database
A.M. Zaniewski (Maria Mitchell Obs.; West Virginia Univ.), G.C. Clayton (Maria Mitchell Obs.; Louisiana State Univ.), D.L. Welch (McMaster University), K.D. Gordon (Cerro Tololo Inter-American Obs.; Univ. of Arizona), D. Minniti (Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.; Universidad Catolica), K. Cook (Lawrence Livermore Nat. Lab.; Univ. of Calif. Berkeley)

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