Monday Titles

Program overview


Session 1. Invited Talk

Oral, Monday, 8:30-9:20, Zellerbach Auditorium

1.01 Proper Motion of the Magellanic Clouds and the Dynamics of the Local Group
D. N. C. Lin (Lick Observatory, University of California, Santa Cruz.)

Session 2. Planetary Nebulae and Supernova Remnants

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

2.01 HST Narrow-Band Snapshots of Henize 1457
M. Bobrowsky (CTA)
2.02 Detection of a Halo Around the Frosty Leo Nebula
S. Kwok (U. of Calgary), P. Langill (U. of Calgary) and B. J. Hrivnak (Valparaiso U.)
2.03 Spectropolarimetry of the Enigmatic Bipolar Proto-Planetary Nebula M2-9
S. R. Trammell (UT Austin), R. W. Goodrich (Caltech) and H. L. Dinerstein (UT Austin)
2.04 The spectrum of the Planetary Nebula, NGC 6567
L. H. Aller, S. Hyung (UCLA) and W. A. Feibelman (NASA/GFSC)
2.05 Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Planetary Nebulae
J. L. Hora (IfA, U. Hawaii)
2.06 Mid-IR (8-13$\mu$m) Images of the 21 $\mu$m, Carbon Rich Proto-Planetary Nebulae
G. W. Hawkins, C. J. Skinner, E. Keto (IGPP/LEA/LLNL), M. Meixner, J. R. Graham (UCB), J. F. Arens and J. G. Jernigan (SSL/UCB)
2.07 LM1-64: A Newly Reported LMC-PN with WR Nucleus
M. Pe\~na, L. Olgu\'{\i}n (IAUNAM), M. T. Ruiz (U. Chile) and S. Torres-Peimbert (IAUNAM)
2.08 Radiation Gasdynamics of Planetary Nebulae: From Diversity to Unity
A. Frank (UM)
2.09 Spectroscopy of Argo-Knots'' in the Crab Nebula
G. M. MacAlpine, S. S. Lawrence and B. A. Brown (U. Mich.)
2.10 A Shocked Pulsar Wind Model of the Crab Nebula's Wisps
Y. A. Gallant and J. Arons (UC Berkeley)
2.11 CRAB Wisp Spectra
R. W. Romani, B. H. Gilroy (Stanford) and J. M. Cordes (Cornell)
2.12 Comparative X-ray Studies of the Tycho and Cas A Supernova Remnants
O. Vancoura, J.P. Hughes and P. Gorenstein (CfA)
2.13 Three-Dimensional Fabry-Perot Imaging of Filamentary Structures in Cas A and Nova GK Persei
S. Lawrence, G. MacAlpine (U. Mich.), A. Uomoto (JHU), B. Woodgate, W. Waller, L. Brown and R. Oliversen (GSFC)
2.14 Spatially Resolved X-Ray Spectroscopy of Puppis A
R. Petre (GSFC), P. Serlemitsos (GSFC), M. Corcoran (USRA/GSFC), F. Marshall (GSFC) and K. Jahoda (GSFC)
2.15 Emission Line Studies of the Supernova Remnant IC443
S. B. Cooper, W. W. Craig, S. M. Kahn (UC Berkeley), C. J. Hailey (LLNL) and J. P. Brodie (Lick Observatory)
2.16 High Spatial Resolution Infrared Imaging and Spectroscopy of the Supernova Remnant IC443
M. J. Richter, J. R. Graham (UCB) and G. S. Wright (JAC)
2.17 X-Ray Observations of the W30 Complex: the SNR G8.7-0.1
J. P. Finley and H. \"Ogelman (UofW-Mad)
2.18 A Study of Four Supernova-Rich Fields in the Carina Spiral Arm
U. Hwang, T. H. Markert, C. R. Canizares (MIT) and K. A. Flanagan (CfA)
2.19 Combined $BVRI$ and H$\alpha$ / [SII] Observations of M31 SNRs
E. Magnier, W. H. G. Lewin (MIT), S. Prins, J. van Paradijs (UVA), G. Hasinger, W. Pietsch, R. Supper and J. Tr\"{u}mper (MPE)
2.20 Evolution of Dense, Supersonic Ejecta: Particle Acceleration and Synchrotron Emission
H. Kang (Pusan National University, Korea), T. W. Jones and I. Tregillis (University of Minnesota)
2.21 Three-Wind-Model for Wolf-Rayet Bubbles
G. Garcia-Segura (U.I.U.C. and I.A.C.(Spain)) and M. Mac Low (U. Chicago)

Session 3. Databases and Software

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Heller Lounge

3.01 Stellar Spectral Classification through Neural Networks
T.L. Beck, T.D. Oswalt (Fla. Tech)
3.02 The Einstein IPC Unscreened Data Archive
J. McDowell, A. Prestwich, M. Garcia, D. Plummer, D. Van Stone and K. Manning (SAO)
3.03 The EUVE Satellite Survey Database
N. Craig, T. Chen, I. Hawkins and A. Fruscione (CEA/UCB)
3.04 The EUVE Data Processing Pipeline: A Descriptive Overview
J. S. McDonald, A. Wiercigroch, K. E. McDonald, B. Antia and B. A. Stroozas (CEA/UCB)
3.05 EUVE Pigeonholes: A Source Analysis Procedure
K. E. McDonald, A. B. Wiercigroch, J. S. McDonald, B. Antia and B. A. Stroozas (CEA/UCB)
3.06 The ADS Abstract Service
M. Kurtz, T. Karakashian, C.P. Stern, G. Eichhorn, S.S. Murray (CfA) et al.
3.07 STELAR Update: Are We Ready for Electronic Publishing?
A. Warnock, J. E. Gass (Hughes STX), M. E. Van Steenberg (NASA/GSFC) and J. M. Fullton (CNIDR)
3.08 The Star*s Family - An Update
A. Heck (Strasbourg Astronomical Observatory)

Session 4. AGNs

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

4.01 HST Ultraviolet Spectropolarimetry of NGC 1068
T. Hurt, R. R. J. Antonucci (UC Santa Barbara) and J. S. Miller (UC Obs.)
4.02 The Seyfert II Nature of the IRAS Source FSC10214+4724
P. Eisenhardt (JPL/Caltech), R. Elston (CTIO), P. McCarthy (OCIW), M. Dickinson, H. Spinrad (UCB), B. Jannuzi (IAS) and P. Maloney (JILA)
4.03 Spectroscopy, Spectropolarimetry, and the Featureless Continuum of Seyfert 2 Galaxies
L. Kay (Barnard Coll. and Columbia U.)
4.04 FOS Spectroscopy of the Seyfert 1 Galaxy NGC 5548
D. M. Crenshaw (CSC), A. Boggess (NASA/GSFC) and C. -C. Wu (CSC)
4.05 10 $\mu m$ Imaging of NGC 4151 and NGC 1068
M. Meixner, J. R. Graham (UCB), G. W. Hawkins, C. J. Skinner (IGPP), E. Keto (LLNL), J. F. Arens and J. G. Jernigan (SSL)
4.06 HST Images of the Seyfert Galaxy NGC 5929 and Its Companion NGC 5930$^1$
G. A. Bower (STScI), A. S. Wilson, J. S. Mulchaey (STScI/U Md), G. K. Miley (Leiden Observatory), T. M. Heckman (STScI/JHU) and J. H. Krolik (JHU)
4.07 HST Observations of the Seyfert Nucleus of the Barred Spiral Galaxy NGC 5728
J. A. Braatz (UMd) and A. S. Wilson (UMd/STScI)
4.08 Polarized Continuum Transfer in AGN Accretion Disks
J. C. Liu, G. Lee, G. A. Kriss and A. F. Davidsen (JHU)
4.09 The Ultraviolet Spectrum of 3C 66a
G. S. Burks (CASA-Univ. of Col.), R. Bohlin (STScI), F. Bartko (Bartko Sci. and Tech.) and R. Cohen (CASS-UCSD)
4.10 Host Environments of BL Lac Objects
R. Wurtz (CASA, University of Colorado) and J. T. Stocke (CASA, University of Colorado)
4.11 Mpc Scale Environments of BL Lac Objects
E. P. Smith (LASP/GSFC), C. P. O'Dea and S. A. Baum (STScI)
4.12 ROSAT Observations of X-ray Selected BL Lacertae Objects
E. S. Perlman (CASA, University of Colorado) and J. T. Stocke (CASA, University of Colorado)
4.13 Emission Line Width: A Key Observational Parameter in High Luminosity QSOs
M. S. Brotherton and B. J. Wills (U.Texas)
4.14 Inverse-Compton X-rays from the Quasar 3C\,345
S. C. Unwin (Caltech), A. E. Wehrle (NASA/IPAC), C. M. Urry (STScI), E. J. Barton, B. C. Kjerulf (Caltech), J. A. Zensus and C. Rabaca (NRAO)
4.15 HUT Observations of the Quasar E1821+64
G. Lee, G. A. Kriss, W. Zheng and A. F. Davidsen (JHU)
4.16 HST/FOS UV and Optical Observations of the QSO OX 169
A. Diplas, E. A. Beaver, R. D. Cohen, V. T. Junkkarinen and R. W. Lyons (CASS/UCSD)
4.17 A Movie of PKS 2155-304 in Living Ultraviolet Color
C. M. Urry, W. Welsh, D. Berry, Z. Levay, W. Feimer, A. Koratkar (STScI), L. Maraschi (Univ. Milan), G. Madejski and R. Edelson (NASA/GSFC)
4.18 The Broad Line Region of Radio-loud Quasars: New Hubble Space Telescope and Ground-based Spectroscopy
M. Han, B. J. Wills, M. S. Brotherton, D. Wills (U.Texas), J. A. Baldwin (CTIO), H. Netzer (Tel-Aviv), G. J. Ferland (U.Kentucky) and I. W. A. Browne (U.Manchester)
4.19 Optical Broadband Time Variability of a Sample of BALQSOs
T. A. Barlow and V. T. Junkkarinen (CASS/UCSD)
4.20 A search for UV absorption lines from low-redshift galaxies
D. V. Bowen, J. C. Blades (STScI) and M. Pettini (Royal Greenwich Observatory)
4.21 Extended Near-UV Continuum Emission in Low-z Radio Galaxies
A. Dey (UCB) and W. van Breugel (IGPP/LLNL)

Session 5. Cosmology and Gravitational Lenses

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Heller Lounge

5.01 The H$_0$ Key Project: Photometry of WFC Images of M81
S. M. G. Hughes, B. F. Madore, J. R. Mould (Caltech), S. M. Faber, G. D. Illingworth (U.C.S.C.), W. L. Freedman, R. Hill, M. G. Lee (O.C.I.W.), L. Ferrarese, H. C. Ford (J.H.U.), J. A. Graham (D.T.M.), J. E. Gunn (Princeton), J. G. Hoessel (U. Wisconsin), J. P. Huchra (CfA), R. C. Kennicutt, A. Turner (U. Arizona) and P. B. Stetson (NRC/DAO)
5.02 The H$_0$ Key Project: The Stellar Content of M81
A. Turner, R. C. Kennicutt (U. Arizona), S. M. G. Hughes, J. R. Mould, B. F. Madore (Caltech), S. M. Faber, G. D. Illingworth (U.C.S.C.), W. L. Freedman, M. G. Lee, R. Hill (O.C.I.W.), L. Ferrarese, H. C. Ford (J.H.U.), J. A. Graham (D.T.M.), J. E. Gunn (Princeton), J. G. Hoessel (U. Wisconsin), J. P. Huchra (CfA) and P. B. Stetson (DAO)
5.03 Velocity Shifts and Emission Line Studies of Redshift 2 QSOs
B. R. Espey (U. Pitt.) and V. T. Junkkarinen (UCSD)
5.04 HST/FOS Spectroscopy of Early--Type Radio Galaxies at z$\le$0.6
S. M. Pascarelle, R. A. Windhorst (ASU), W. C. Keel (U of Al.), F. Bertola (Padova), P. J. McCarthy (OCIW), R. W. O'Connell (UVa), A. Renzini (Bologna) and H. Spinrad (UCB)
5.05 Gravitational Lensing Statistics from the HST Snapshot Survey: What They Tell Us About Cosmology and Dark Matter
H. -W. Rix and D. Maoz (Inst for Advanced Study)
5.06 Statistical Gravitational Lensing by Galaxy Clusters
L.L. Rodrigues-Williams and C.J. Hogan (U. Washington)
5.07 A model of the gravitational lens system B1422$+$231
D. W. Hogg and R. D. Blandford (Caltech)
5.08 The Primordial Deuterium Abundance from observations of Lyman-limit QSO absorption systems.
M. Rugers, C. Hogan (University of Washington.) and C. Foltz (University of Arizona.)
5.09 Hydrodynamical Models of Ly$\alpha$ Forest Clouds
A. Meiksin (CITA)
5.10 Confusion Limit to the Measurement of the Sunyaev-Zeldovich Effect in Clusters of Galaxies at Millimeter Wavelengths
M. L. Fischer, T. R. Ho and A. E. Lange (Physics Dept., UC Berkeley)
5.11 Gravitational Wave Background in Coincidence Experiments with Doppler Tracking of Interplanetary Spacecraft
J. D. Anderson, G. Giampieri and M. Tinto (JPL)
5.12 Angular Power Spectrum of the COBE DMR Anisotropy
E. Wright (UCLA)
5.13 Redshift quantization in the cosmic background rest frame
W. G. Tifft and W. J. Cocke (Steward Obs, U of A)
5.14 Large-Distance l/r Force Law from Einstein's General Relativity Coupled to Stringy Matter
H.H. Soleng (U. Penn)
5.15 Linear Evolution of Cosmic Baryonic Medium
L.Z. Fang (U. Arizona), H.G. Bi (Beijing Obs.), S.P. Xiang (Dunsink Obs.) and G. Borner (MPI-Astrophysik)
5.16 Hydrodynamical Simulations of Accretion Flow
K. Xu and K. H. Prendergast (Col)
5.17 Can We Already Estimate the Radius of the Universe?
E.L. Sepulveda (Ana-Lab Corp.)
5.18 A Telescope for Observations of the Cosmic Background Radiation Anisotropy
H. T. Nguyen, G. S. Griffin, J. B. Peterson (Princeton University) and G. S. Tucker (UBC)
5.19 Measurement of $q_0$ from a High-Redshift Supernova and the Sources of Measurement Error
S. Perlmutter, C. Pennypacker, G. Goldhaber, A. Goobar, J. Desai, A. Kim, M. Kim, R. Muller, H. Newberg, I. Small (LBL and CfPA, Berkeley), B. Boyle, C. Crawford, R. McMahon (IoA), P. Bunclark, D. Carter, M. Irwin, R. Terlevich (RGO), R. Ellis, K. Glazebrook (Durham), W. Couch (UNSW), J. Mould, T. Small (Caltech) and R. Abraham (DAO)

Session 6. Normal Galaxies: Structure and Dynamics

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

6.01 Evolved Stellar Populations and the UVX phenomenon
B. Dorman (UVa), R. W. O'Connell (UVa) and R. T. Rood (UVa)
6.02 The Structure of the Inner Eastern Spiral Arm in M83
E. W. Deutsch and R. J. Allen (STScI)
6.03 HST Observations of Cepheids in M81: Dealing with Extinction
B. F. Madore (NED/IPAC/JPL/CIT), W. L. Freedman, M. G. Lee, R. Hill (OCIW), R. C. Kennicutt, A. Turner (U. Ariz.), J. Mould, S. Hughes (CIT), P. Stetson (DAO), H. Ford, L. Ferrarese (JHU), J. G. Hoessel (U. Wisc.), G. D. Illingworth, S. Faber (UCSC), J. Huchra (Harvard/CfA), J. A. Graham (CIW), A. Saha (STScI) and J. Gunn (Princeton)
6.04 Spiral Galaxy Mass Models using Fabry-Perot Velocity Maps
P. Palunas, T. B. Williams (Rutgers University) and R. A. Schommer (CTIO)
6.05 N-body Simulation of Disk Galaxy Parameters -- Revisited
N. F. Comins (U.ME.), A. J. Rivers (U.ME.and U.Portland,OR.) and P. Shorey (U.ME.)
6.06 Effects of Large-N on N-Body Simulations of Disk Galaxies
R. G. Hohlfeld (BU), N. F. Comins (U.ME.) and D. Shalit (BU)
6.07 Stellar and Gas Dynamics of Interacting Ring Galaxies
R. A. Gerber, S. A. Lamb (U. Illinois) and D. S. Balsara (JHU)
6.08 The Structure of Advanced Disk-Disk Mergers
G. Mackie (C.f.A.) and S.A. Stanford (U.C.-Berkeley)
6.09 A Twisted Disk Equation that Describes Warped Galaxy Disks
K. C. Barker, J. E. Tohline and J. Frank (LSU)
6.10 Retrograde orbits in a barred galaxy with central mass concentration
H. Hasan (STScI)
6.11 Design and Performance of a Parallel Particle-Mesh Code as a Solution to the N-body Problem
J. F. Wallin (CSI/GMU) and I. Shah (CSI/GMU)
6.12 Dark Matter Distribution in the Galaxy IC 2574
N. Martimbeau (SFSU) and C. Carignan (Universit\'e de Montr\'eal)
6.13 The Response of Disks to Radial Oscillatory Modes in Galaxies
B. F. Smith, T. Y. Steiman-Cameron and M. A. Mattox (NASA/Ames)
6.14 Faking Kinematic ``Warps'' with Radial Oscillatory Motions
G. R. Roelofs and R. H. Miller (University of Chicago)
6.15 Numerical experiments in the dynamical evolution of dwarf galaxies
L. K. Erickson (ERAU)
6.16 High Resolution HI VLA Observations of the Barred Spiral Galaxies NGC 1398 and NGC 1784
E. M. Moore (Boston University) and S. T. Gottesman (University of Florida)
6.17 HST Planetary Camera Observations of FORNAX A
D. M. Dowling, E. J. Shaya (U of Maryland), E. A. Ajhar, T. R. Lauer (NOAO) and S. M. Faber (UCSC)
6.18 The shape of the dark matter halo of NGC 4244
R. Olling and J. H. van Gorkom (Columbia University)
6.19 The Halo Dynamics of NGC 3379: A Normal Elliptical Galaxy with No Dark Matter
R. Ciardullo (Penn State) and G. H. Jacoby (KPNO)
6.20 Submillimeter Continuum Emission from Early Type Galaxies
M. Fich (U.Waterloo) and P. Hodge (U.Washington)
6.21 X-ray Constraints on the Mass Distribution in the Elliptical Galaxy NGC 720
D. A. Buote and C. R. Canizares (MIT)
6.22 Longslit Spectra of HCG 95c: Evidence for H II Regions
M. Rodrigue, J. Thompson, T. Colegrove (University of Nevada, Reno), A. Schultz (STScI), M. DiSanti (NASA/HQ), U. Fink and W. Grundy (University of Arizona)
6.23 Near-Infrared, Optical, and CO Observations of the Interacting Galaxy System VV114
R. A. Knop, K. Matthews, G. Neugebauer, B. T. Soifer (Palomar Observatory, Caltech), N. Scoville, M. S. Yun (Owens Valley Radio Observatory, Caltech), J. R. Graham (U. C. Berkeley) and D. Sanders (Institute for Astronomy, U. Hawaii)

Session 7. X-Ray Binaries and Gamma-Ray Binaries

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Heller Lounge

7.01 The Optical Counterpart of the NGC 6624 X-Ray Burster
I. R. King and S. A. Stanford (U.C. Berkeley)
7.02 A Reprocessing Model for the UV and Optical Light from 4U1820--30
J. Arons and I. R. King (Astronomy Dept., Univ. of California at Berkeley)
7.03 X-ray Timing and Spectral Behavior of the Rapid Burster
R. E. Rutledge (MIT), L. M. Lubin (Princeton University Observatory), W. H. G. Lewin (MIT), J. van Paradijs and M. van der Klis (Astronomical Institute ``Anton Pannekoek'', University of Amsterdam)
7.04 X-Ray Observations of Hercules X-1
M. S. Briggs, W. S. Paciesas, G. N. Pendleton (UAH), R. B. Wilson (MSFC), D. L. Band, D. E. Gruber and J. L. Matteson (UCSD)
7.05 Analysis of Pre-Eclipse Dips in Hercules X-1
D. A. Leahy (Univ. of Calgary)
7.06 UV Spectra of HZ Her/Her X-1 from HST: Hot Gas During Total Eclipse of the Neutron Star
S. F. Anderson, S. Wachter, B. Margon (U. Wash.) and R. A. Downes (STScI)
7.07 BBXRT Observation of MX0836-42
W. Zhang and J. H. Swank ()
7.08 Accretion Disk Line Emission from X0614+09
J. H. Swank, N. E. White (NASA/GSFC) and D. J. Christian (UMD)
7.09 Long-Term Temporal Studies of GX339-4 Hard X-Ray Outbursts
B. A. Harmon, G. J. Fishman (NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center), M. H. Finger (Compton Observatory Science Support Center), C. Kouveliotou (Universities Space Research Association) and W. S. Paciesas (Department of Physics, University of Alabama in Huntsville)
7.10 Compton-Heated Coronae above Accretion Disks in High Luminosity Systems
S.D. Murray (UCB), J.I. Castor (LLNL), R.I. Klein (LLNL/UCB) and C.F. McKee (UCB)
7.11 GRIS Observation of the X-Ray Transient 4U1543-47
J. Tueller, S. D. Barthelmy, N. Gehrels and B. J. Teegarden (GSFC)
7.12 The mystery the optical counterparts of the Galactic Center gamma-ray sources 1E1740.7-2942 and GRS 1758-258
N. Gehrels (USRA/GSFC) and W. Chen (NASA/GSFC)
7.13 The secondary maxima in black hole X-ray nova light curves
M. Livio (USRA/GSFC), W. Chen (STScI) and N. Gehrels (NASA/GSFC)

Session 8. General ISM, Dust

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

8.01 Heating the Diffuse Interstellar Medium
M.G. Wolfire, D. Hollenbach (NASA/Ames), C.F. McKee (UC Berkeley), A.G.G.M. Tielens (NASA/Ames) and E.L.O. Bakes (Princeton U.)
8.02 The Distribution of Neutral Gas in the Local Interstellar Medium
B. Y. Welsh (NASA/HQ and CEA/UCB), P. W. Vedder, J. V. Vallerga and N. Craig (CEA/UCB)
8.03 Comparisons of Diffuse Ionized and Neutral Hydrogen in the Galaxy
S. Tufte, R. J. Reynolds, D. T. Kung (UW--Madison), P. R. McCullough and C. Heiles (UCB)
8.04 The Distribution of Neutral Hydrogen in the Local Interstellar Medium
A. Fruscione, I. Hawkins, P. Jelinsky and A. Wiercigroch (CEA/UCB)
8.05 Filamentary Nature of the Neutral Hydrogen towards the \hbox{Anticenter}
C. Tamanaha (UC Berkeley)
8.06 Deuterium in the Line of Sight Towards Procyon and its Cosmological Significance
J. L. Linsky (JILA/NISTandCU), A. Diplas (CASS/UCSD), C. Andrulis, A. Brown (JILA/NISTandCU), B. Savage (Astron. Dept./U. Wisc) and D. Ebbets (BASD)
8.07 First Results from the Diffuse X-ray Spectrometer (DXS)
W. T. Sanders, R. J. Edgar, M. Juda, W. L. Kraushaar and D. McCammon (U.Wisconsin--Madison)
8.08 Interpretation of the First Results of theDiffuse X-ray Spectrometer (DXS)
R. J. Edgar, W. T. Sanders, M. Juda, W. L. Kraushaar and D. McCammon (U.Wisconsin--Madison)
8.09 Modeling the Structure of the Soft X-Ray Background
D. D. Kelson (UCSC) and J. N. Bregman (Univ. of Michigan)
8.10 Far-UV Dust Scattering Properties within $10\deg$ of $\rho$ Oph
K. D. Gordon, A. N. Witt (U. of Toledo), G. R. Carruthers, S. A. Christensen and B. C. Dohne (NRL)
8.11 Morphological Filtering of Infrared Cirrus Emission on Parallel Processors
J. A. Pedelty (NASA/GSFC), P. N. Appleton and J. P. Basart (ISU)
8.12 Reddening measurements using CCD uvby (Stromgren) photometry
B.-G. Andersson (JPL/Caltech), B. Pettersson (U. Uppsala) and P.G. Wannier (JPL/Caltech)
8.13 The Size Distribution of Interstellar Dust Particles as Determined From Extinction
S. Kim (University of Toronto, Caltech), P. G. Martin (CITA, Caltech) and P. Hendry (University of Toronto)
8.14 The Fragmentation and Vaporization of Dust Grains in Radiative Shocks
K. J. Borkowski (UMD) and E. Dwek (GSFC)
8.15 Scattering from Interstellar Dust in the Coalsack: The Optical Constants in the FUV
J. Murthy (JHU), R.C. Henry (JHU) and J.B. Holberg (LPL)
8.16 The Organic Refractory Components of Dense and Diffuse Clouds
Y.J. Pendleton (NASA/Ames)
8.17 A Study of Cosmically Abundant Elements with UV Absorption Line Data
U. J. Sofia and B. D. Savage (Univ. Wisconsin-Madison)
8.18 High-Resolution FUV Absorption Cross Section Measurements of Supersonic-Jet-Cooled Carbon Monoxide
G. Stark (Wellesley Col.), P.L. Smith, K. Yoshino, J.R. Esmond (CfA), K. Ito (Photon Factory, Tsukuba, Japan) et al.
8.19 Metal Fluoride Molecules in IRC+10216
L.M. Ziurys, M.D. Allen, A.J. Apponi, M.A. Anderson (ASU) and T.G. Phillips (Caltech)
8.20 Radio Recombination Lines Revisited: New departure coefficients and the Cas A carbon lines
H. E. Payne (STScI), K. R. Anantharamaiah (RRI) and W. C. Erickson (UMD)
8.21 Improved $^{12}$C$^{16}$O and $^{13}$C$^{16}$O $X ^{1}\Sigma^{+}$ Rovibrational Transition Moments for $v \leq$ 20 and $J \leq$ 150
D. Goorvitch and C. Chackerian (NASA/ARC)
8.22 The The Effect of Supernova Explosions and Superbubbles on the Galactic Magnetic Field
K.M. Ferriere (HAO/NCAR)
8.23 Vorticity generation behind Curved Shocks
P. J. Kornreich (UT, Austin) and J. Scalo (UT, Austin)
8.24 H$_2$ in Interstellar and Extragalactic Ices: Infrared Characteristics, UV Production, and Implication
L.J. Allamandola and S.A. Sandford (NASA/Ames)

Session 9. WGAS

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Heller Lounge

9.01 Representations of Celestial Coordinates in FITS
E. W. Greisen (National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and M. Calabretta (Australia Telescope National Facility)
9.02 The Scientific Visualization Studio at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
R. A. White, J. E. Strong, D. E. Pape, H. G. Mitchell (NASA/GSFC), A. McConnell (Pix/GSFC), J. M. Cavallo, R. L. Twiddy (HSTX/GSFC) and H. Rais (MDSSC/GSFC)

Session 10. Teaching of Astronomy

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

10.01 Astronomy Day at a Science Museum
C.M. Brunello (Discovery Center)
10.02 ``The Active Sun'': Educational Videotapes on Solar Physics for College Astronomy
N. Hurlburt, A. Title, T. Tarbell, Z. Frank, K. Topka and R. Shine (Lockheed Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory)
10.03 A Period-Finding Tool
C.H.S. Lacy (U. Arkansas)
10.04 The UCSB Remote Access Astronomy Project: Image Processing for High School and Undergraduate Students
J. van der Veen (ACHS), E. O'Connor (UCSB,SBCC), T. Smith (UCSB), C. Bosso (UCSB), C. A. Wuensche (UCSB,CNPq Brazil),INPE(Brazil)) and P. Lubin (UCSB,CfPA)

Session 11. Education

Display, Monday, 9:20-6:30, Pauley

11.01 AGSE Results: Outer Limits Project at Montlake Elementary
P. Szkody and D. E. Brownlee (Univ. Wash.)
11.02 Motorization and Computer Control of the Sonoma State University Very Small Array
G. Sprehn, B. Owen and L. Cominsky (SSU)
11.03 Computer Simulations for Introductory Astrophysics
C. A. Whitney (CfA)
11.04 FOSTER-Flight Opportunities for Science Teacher EnRichment, A New IDEA Program From NASA Astrophysics
E. DeVore (SETI Inst), C. Gillespie, G. Hull and D. Koch (NASA/Ames)
11.05 The Colorado Scale Model Solar System
J. Schoemer, T. Ayers (U. Colorado) and J. Bennett (NASA/HQ)
11.06 The Annie Jump Cannon Video Project at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
C. Lupfer, B. L. Welther and A. Griswold (CfA)

Session 12. High Energy Observations of AGNs

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Zellerbach Auditorium

12.01 Absorption in ROSAT Spectra of High Redshift Quasars
M. Elvis, F. Fiore, B. Wilkes, J. McDowell (CfA) and J. Bechtold (Steward Obs.)
12.02 ROSAT Observations of an AGN with an Extremely Steep X-ray Spectrum
D.A. Schwartz (SI/SAO), P. Zhao (SAO) and R.A. Remillard (MIT)
12.03 Extended and Compact X-Ray Emission in Powerful Radio Galaxies
C. R. Lawrence (Caltech), D. M. Worrall (CfA), T. J. Pearson and A. C. S. Readhead (Caltech)
12.04 ROSAT images of the double quasar 0957+561
G. Chartas, E. Falco, W. Forman, C. Jones, R. Schild (CfA) et al.
12.05 Soft X-ray Spectrum of BL Lac Object AO 0235+164 as a Tracer of Elemental Abundances in an Intervening Galaxy at z = 0.524
G. Madejski (NASA/GSFC)
12.06 Possible Time Variations in the High Energy Gamma Ray Fluxes of 0235+164, 0716+714, and Mrk 421 During the EGRET All Sky Survey
Y.C. Lin, J. Chiang, P.F. Michelson, P.L. Nolan (Stanford Univ. ), D.L. Bertsch, B.L. Dingus (NASA/GSFC) et al.
12.07 High Energy Gamma-Ray Emission in Active Galaxies
A. Mastichiadis and D. Kazanas (NASA/GSFC)
12.08 Search for Emission of Ultra High Energy Radiation from Active Galactic Nuclei
G. B. Yodh, S. Biller, P. Chumney, M. Harmon, A. Shoup (U.C.Irvine), D. E. Alexandreas (U.C.Irvine, INFN-Padova), G. E. Allen, C. Y. Chang, M. L. Chen, C. Dion, J. A. Goodman, T. J. Haines, M. J. Stark (U.Maryland), G. M. Dion (U.Maryland, ICRR-Tokyo), D. Berley (U.Maryland, NSF), R. L. Burman, C. M. Hoffman, D. E. Nagle, D. M. Schmidt, C. Sinnis, D. D. Weeks (LANL), W. P. Zhang (LANL, NASA-GSFC), R. W. Ellsworth (George Mason U.), M. Cavalli-Sforza, D. Coyne, D. Dorfan, L. Kelley, S. Klein, R. Schnee, D. A. Williams, T. Yang (U.C.Santa Cruz) and J. -P. Wu (U.C.Riverside)

Session 13. Large Scale Structure

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Zellerbach Playhouse

13.01D Cosmological Studies of Galaxy Formation including Hydrodynamics
F. J. Summers (UC Berkeley)
13.02 Decaying Neutrinos and Structure Formation
P. Maloney and M. Giroux (JILA)
13.03 Least Action Solution of Large Scale Structure
E. J. Shaya (U of Maryland), P. J. E. Peebles (U. of Princeton) and R. B. Tully (U. of Hawaii)
13.04 Quantifying Filamentary Structure in the Universe
S. P. Bhavsar (U.Kentucky and UVa) and W. C. Saslaw (UVa,NRAO,IoA)
13.05 GRAPE: Special Purpose Computer for Gravitational N-body Simulations
T. Ebisuzaki, T. Fukushige, Y. Funato, J. Makino, M. Taiji, I. Hachisu and D. Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo)
13.06 Observations of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect at Millimeter Wavelengths
W. L. Holzapfel, M. L. Fischer, S. M. Grannan, A. E. Lange (UCB) and P. A. R. Ade (QMC)
13.07 Searching for WIMP Recoils in Ancient Mica
D. P. Snowden-Ifft and P. B. Price (UC Berkeley)

Session 14. Education I

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Dwinelle 155

14.01 Promoting Astronomy in Elementary Schools: Progress Report
G. Vidali, A. Miller, P. Saulson (Syracuse University Physics Dept.) and F. Smith (Syracuse City Schools)
14.02 Teaching Planetary Sciences in Bilingual Classrooms
L. A. Lebofsky and N. R. Lebofsky (Univ. of Arizona)
14.03 Astronomy for Texas Elementary and Middle Schools
M.K. Hemenway (U. Texas)
14.04 Project ASTRO: A Program to Bring Astronomers Into the Classroom
A. Fraknoi (Foothill Col. and ASP), S. Stephens (ASP), S. Hildreth (Chabot Col. and ASP) and J. Richter (ASP)
14.05 Interdisciplinary Science in the Classroom
L. M. French, V. C. LoPresti (Wheelock College) and P. Papali (Park School)

Session 15. Solar and Solar-System Physics

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Dwinelle 145

15.01D Mercury: The First Three Meters
D. L. Mitchell and I. de Pater (U.C., Berkeley)
15.02 Solar Structure as Constrained by Observed Solar Oscillation Frequencies
A. N. Cox and J. A. Guzik (Los Alamos Astrophysics)
15.03 A Space-Borne Near-Earth Asteroid Detection System
B. V. Jackson, A. Buffington, P. L. Hick (UCSD) and D. F. Webb (ISR)
15.04 Chaos in the Damped 3-Body Problem
D. M. Kary (UCSB), J. J. Lissauer (SUNY Stony Brook) and Y. Greenzweig (Tel Aviv. Univ.)
15.05 A Cheap Cometary Mission: Ground-Based Measurement of Plasma Velocities and Temperatures in Comet P/Swift-Tuttle
M. E. Brown, H. Spinrad and C. M. Johns (UC Berkeley)
15.06 Angular Momentum of the Solar System
L. Marochnik (CSC), W.-H. Ip (NSPO/MPEA) and A. Lopatnikov (IKI, Russia)

Session 16. WGAS I

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Durham

16.01 Processing Electronic Abstracts for AAS Meetings
H. Dalterio (AAS)
16.02 Are There Any Convenient Bitmap Formats for Electronic Distribution?
C. D. Biemesderfer (AAS)
16.03 FITSIO - New Features in the Interface to FITS Data Files
W. Pence (NASA/GSFC)
16.04 FTOOLS: A FITS Data Processing and Analysis Software Package
J. K. Blackburn (Hughes STX / NASA GSFC), E. A. Greene (Hughes STX / NASA GSFC) and W. Pence (NASA GSFC)

Session 17. Normal Galaxies

Oral, Monday, 10:30-12:00, Wheeler

17.01D The Optical and Near-Infrared Colors of Galaxies
M. A. Bershady (Lick Observatory, UCSC)
17.02 The Velocity Structure of Atomic Gas in Massive, Low Surface Brightness Galaxies
P. Knezek (UMich) and S. Schneider (UMass)
17.03 Inclination and Photometric Properties of Spiral Galaxies
Y. I. Byun (IfA), K. C. Freeman and D. S. Mathewson (MSSSO)
17.04 Uncovering the Intrinsic Shapes of Elliptical Galaxies
T. Statler (UNC Chapel Hill)
17.05 A Search for Low-Luminosity AGNs in a Complete Sample of Nearby Galaxies
L. C. Ho, A. V. Filippenko (UCB) and W. L. W. Sargent (CIT)
17.06 The Discovery of Two New Cepheid Variables in M101
J. G. Cohen (Palomar Observatory)
17.07 HST Observations of NGC 7252
B. Whitmore (STScI), F. Schweizer (DTM), C. Leitherer, K. Borne and C. Robert (STScI)
17.08 Spectra of Two Bright Candidate Globular Clusters in the Merger Galaxy NGC 7252
F. Schweizer (Carnegie--DTM) and P. Seitzer (U. Michigan)

Session 18. Invited Talk

Oral, Monday, 12:15-1:05, Zellerbach Auditorium

18.01 X-ray Binaries in the Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds
A. P. Cowley (ASU)

Session 19. Supernovae and SNRs

Oral, Monday, 2:30-4:00, Zellerbach Auditorium

19.01D The Supernova Rate in Starburst Galaxies
M. Richmond (Princeton University)
19.02 The Spectroscopic and Photometric Evolution of Type II Supernovae
A. V. Filippenko (UC Berkeley)
19.03 Was SN 1961V a Genuine Supernova?
G. C. Bower, A. V. Filippenko, L. C. Ho, G. S. Stringfellow (UCB), R. W. Goodrich (Caltech) and A. C. Porter (NOAO)
19.04 Mixing in the Supernova Explosion of Red Supergiants
M. Herant and S. E. Woosley (UCSC)
19.05 A New URCA Process and its Consequences for Type II Supernovae
M. Aufderheide (LLNL)
19.06 Interacting massive binaries, HR-diagram of the LMC and SN1987A
N. Rathnasree (UVM)
19.07 BBXRT Observations of Fe Lines in Cas A
A. E. Szymkowiak (NASA/GSFC)

Session 20. General ISM

Oral, Monday, 2:30-4:00, Zellerbach Playhouse

20.01D Grain Formation in Stellar Outflows: A Self-consistent Approach
M. P. Egan (Rensselaer)
20.02 The Diffuse Interstellar Absorption (DIBS) and the UIR Emission Bands: A Unified Experimental Approach
F.M. Johnson (CSUF)
20.03 Implications of the Spectral Properties of Neutral and Ionized Interstellar PAHs for the Diffuse Interstellar Bands and the UV Extinction Curve
F. Salama and L.J. Allamandola (NASA/Ames)
20.04 Condensation and Vaporization Studies of Common Interstellar Moelcules: Major Implications for Radio Astronomy and Astrochemistry
S.A. Sandford and L.J. Allamandola (NASA/Ames)
20.05 Charge Effects of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in the Interstellar Medium.
E. Bakes (Princeton U.) and A. Tielens (NASA/Ames)
20.06 Interstellar Tin
L. M. Hobbs, D. E. Welty (University of Chicago), D. C. Morton (Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics), L. Spitzer (Princeton University) and D. G. York (University of Chicago)
20.07 Measuring the Extragalactic Background at FUV Wavelengths in the Presence of IRAS Cirrus
T. P. Sasseen, S. Bowyer, X. Wu and M. Lampton (SSL/UCB)
20.08 A Newly Identified Source of Error in 21-cm Zeeman Effect Observations of HI Emission Features and its Implications
G.L. Verschuur (Rhodes Col.)

Session 21. Education II

Oral, Monday, 2:30-4:00, Dwinelle 155

21.01 The Women's Science Forum: a Targeted Outreach Program for High School Girls
L. Danly (ST ScI)
21.02 HANDS-ON UNIVERSE: A High-School Astrophysics Research Project
C. Pennypacker, E. Arsem and S. Gabi (LBL/SSL)
21.03 Results of a Master's degree program for high-school teachers
W. J. Cocke (Steward Obs, U. of Ariz)
21.04 Join Them
G.S. Mumford (Tufts Univ.)
21.05 Astronomy as a Vehicle for Teaching Science to Non-Scientists
R.D. Benge and J.A. Roberts (U.N.T.)
21.06 Group Activities in Introductory Astronomy Courses for Non-science Majors
G.L. Deming and D.G. Wentzel (U. Maryland)

Session 22. Late-Type and Variable Stars

Oral, Monday, 2:30-4:00, Dwinelle 145

22.01 Synthetic Spectroscopy and Photometry for the Sun
R. A. Bell (GSFC)
22.02D A Search for Pulsations in Late--Type Giants
S. Horner (U. Chicago and HAO)
22.03 The Circumstellar Envelope of VX Sgr
L. J. Greenhill, F. Colomer, J. M. Moran (CfA), D. C. Backer, M. A. Bester, W. C. Danchi and C. H. Townes (U. C. Berkeley)
22.04 Episodic Dust Emission from Alpha Orionis
W. C. Danchi (UCB), L. J. Greenhill (SAO), M. Bester (UCB), C. Degiacomi (Spectrospin) and C. H. Townes (UCB)
22.05 Coronal Structure of Late M Dwarf Stars
M. S. Giampapa (NOAO), T. A. Fleming (U. AZ) and J. H. M. M. Schmitt (MPE)
22.06 X-Ray Emission From Hybrid Stars
V. Kashyap, R. Rosner (U.Chicago), F. R. Harnden (CfA) and A. Maggio (Palermo)
22.07 Common Envelope White Dwarf - Red Dwarf Binaries
G. Schultz, B. Zuckerman, E. E. Becklin (UCLA) and C. Barnbaum (UC-Berkeley)
22.08 An Evolutionary Model for $\beta$ Lyrae
A. P. Linnell (Mich.State U.) and J. P. DeGreve (NFWO,Belgium)

Session 23. Emission-Line, Starburst and Ultra-Luminous Galaxies

Oral, Monday, 2:30-4:00, Wheeler

23.01D Evolution of Emission Line Galaxies from z$<$0.5 to the present
I. K. Horowitz, M. Schmidt (Caltech) and D. P. Schneider (IAS)
23.02 Starbursts in Galaxy Mergers
C. Mihos and L. Hernquist (UCSC)
23.03 The Nuclear Superbubble of NGC 3079
S. Veilleux (KPNO/NOAO), G. Cecil (U. North Carolina), R. B. Tully (U. Hawaii), J. Bland-Hawthorn (Rice U.) and A. V. Filippenko (UC Berkeley)
23.04 HST Imaging of the Seyfert 2 Galaxy NGC 2110
J. S. Mulchaey, A. S. Wilson, G. A. Bower, T. M. Heckman, J. H. Krolik and G. K. Miley ()
23.05 Cool Interstellar Gas in the Core of M87
Z. Tsvetanov (JHU), H. Ford (JHU/STScI), G. Kriss (JHU) and I. Evans (STScI)
23.06D High Resolution Mid-Infrared Imaging of Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies
J. W. Miles, T. L. Hayward and J. R. Houck (Cornell University)
23.07 Arcsecond-scale Molecular Gas Structures in IRAS Galaxy Mrk 273
M. S. Yun, N. Z. Scoville, L. Armus and B. T. Soifer (Caltech)

Session 24. Invited Talk

Oral, Monday, 4:15-5:05, Zellerbach Auditorium

24.01 Radar Investigation of Earth-Approaching Asteroids
S. J. Ostro (JPL/Caltech)