Tuesday, 16 January 1996

Session List


Session 37. Pierce Prize Lecture

Invited, Tuesday, 8:30-9:20am, 1st Floor, La Villita Assembly Building

37.01 Chemistry of the Galactic Bulge and Halo
A. McWilliam (Carnegie Observatories)

Session 38. Electronic Journals and Other AAS Web Services

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

38.01 The Electronic ApJ Letters
P. B. Boyce (AAS)
38.02 The Electronic ApJ in Context
C. D. Biemesderfer (ferberts associates)
38.03 Usage Statistics of the Electronic ApJ Letters
D. Kovalsky (AAS)
38.04 AAS Services on the World Wide Web
J. M. Johnson, D. Kovalsky (AAS)
38.05 The Magic in the Web Interface for Searching Archival Research Data
P. J. Lawton, N. A. Oliversen, S. A. Voels (Astrophysics Data Facility, Hughes STX), M. E. Van Steenberg (Astrophysics Data Facility, Code 631, GSFC)

Session 39. Observing with HST

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

39.01 Observing with HST I: A Proposal's Journey from Submission to Data Receipt
G. Chapman, K. Whittenberg, W. Hathaway (CSC/STScI), C. Ready (STScI)
39.02 Observing with HST II: A New Graphical Program Editor for RPS2
A. Krueger, A. Roman, D. Asson (STScI)
39.03 Observing with HST III: The HST PC/LS/CS Relationship and What It Means to the Observer
G. Sleiman (STScI)
39.04 Observing with HST IV: New Capabilities with HST in Cycle 6
A. Berman (CSC/STScI), A. Storrs (STScI), W. Workman (CSC/STScI)
39.05 Observing with HST V: An Observer's Guide to the Long Range Plan
M. Bullock, M. S. Martinez, W. Kinzel (CSC STScI)
39.06 Observing with HST VI: Issues When Using ORIENT or CVZ Special Requirement
W. Workman, V. Berman, W. Hathaway (CSC/STScI)
39.07 Routine Data Processing and Interactive Observation Support for Hubble Space Telescope
D. A. Fraquelli, R. Dempsey, T. Ellis, E. Giovane, F. C. Hamilton, H. M. Hart, A. V. Holm, D. Kenny, M. Kochte, C. T. Kowal, S. Parsons, J. F. Scott, S. Slowinski (CSC/STScI)
39.08 Hubble Space Telescope Stability Assessment
A. Bradley (Allied Signal Aerospace Company, Guidance and Control Systems), R. Chapman (Allied Signal Technical Services Company), J. Spuria (Lockheed-Martin Aerospace)

Session 40. Adverse Environmental Impacts on Astronomy

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

40.01 The Future RFI Environment Above 30 GHz
A. W. Clegg (NRL)
40.02 Increased RFI Requires Monitoring at VLA and VLBA
M. Claussen, G. Taylor, C. Janes, W. Brundage (NRAO)
40.03 Update on Light Pollution Issues
D. L. Crawford (NOAO/KPNO)

Session 41. SETI Results

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

41.01 Project Phoenix SETI Observations at Parkes
P. R. Backus (SETI Institute)

Session 42. Solar Systems

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

42.01 COBE/DIRBE Observations of the Structure of the Zodiacal Light
T. Kelsall (NASA/GSFC), B. A. Franz (ARC), J. L. Weiland (GSC), M. G. Hauser (STScI)
42.02 McDonald Observatory Solar System Object Astrometry from Wide Field CCD Imaging
A. L. Whipple, P. J. Shelus, R. W. Whited, A. L. Cochran, P. J. MacQueen, G. F. Benedict (UT)
42.03 Reflectance Spectroscopy of Near-Earth Objects
M. Hammergren (U Washington)
42.04 What Can We Learn from Radar Images of Asteroids?
K. Nelson (Cornell University), M. C. Nolan (Arecibo Observatory)
42.05 Disruptive Impact into an Earth-Crossing Asteroid
E. Asphaug (NASA Ames), S.J. Ostro (JPL), E.M. De Jong (JPL), D.J. Scheeres (JPL), S. Suzuki (JPL), R.S. Hudson (Wash. State), W. Benz (U. Ariz.)
42.06 The Ulysses Comet Watch Network
C. C. Petersen, J. C. Brandt (LASP-University of Colorado)
42.07 Search for Kuiper-Belt Flybys Using Pioneer 10 Radio Doppler Data
J. D. Anderson, G. Giampieri, E. L. Lau (JPL), R. T. Hammond (NDSU)
42.08 Numerical Simulations of the Gas Flux at the surface of a 2060 Chiron
J. Benkhoff (SwRI)
42.09 The Rotation Period of Comet P/Swift-Tuttle
D. McDavid (Limber Observatory), D. C. Boice (SwRI)
42.10 Morphology and Evolution of the Spiral Jets Observed in the Inner Coma of Comet Hale-Bopp (1995 O1): the 1995 Teide Observing Campaign
M. R. Kidger, M. Serra-Ricart, L. Bellot-Rubio (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias), R. Torres-Chico (Dept. de Astrofísica, U. de La Laguna), R. Casas, L. M. Chinarro, A. Gómez, S. López, L. Manadé (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias), L. Shulman (Main Astronomical Obs., Kiev, Ukraine)
42.11 Dust Outflow Velocity for Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9
T. W. Rettig, G. Sobczak, J. M. Hahn (University of Notre Dame)
42.12 A Precollision Model of Gas Release from Comet P/Shoemaker--Levy 9
D. C. Boice, J. Benkhoff (SwRI)
42.13 Re-entry Shock Temperatures of the R Fragment of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9
S. J. Kim (Kyunghee U.), M. Ruiz, G. H. Rieke, M. J. Rieke (Kyunghee U.), K. Zahnle (ARC), M. Mac Low (U. Chicago)
42.14 Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 Impact Sites with UKIRT: CO Emission from the L Site and Additional 5 Micron Spectra
T. Y. Brooke, G. S. Orton, D. Crisp, A. J. Friedson (JPL), G. L. Bjoraker (Goddard)
42.15 EUV Spectra of Jupiter from EUVE Satellite and EUVS Rocket
G. R. Gladstone, S. A. Stern, D. C. Slater (SwRI), D. T. Hall (JHU)
42.16 Ground-Based Thermal-IR Spectroscopic Observations of Jupiter During the Galileo Encounter
P. V. Sada, D. Jennings, G. McCabe, D. Deming, G. Bjoraker (NASA/GSFC)
42.17 Ion-Induced Chemistry on Icy Satellite Surfaces: Evidence from Hubble Space Telescope Ultraviolet Spectra
K. S. Noll (STScI), R. Johnson (U.VA), A. L. Lane (JPL), D. Cruikshank, Y. Pendleton (NASA-Ames), T. Roush (SFSU), D. Domingue (LPI), H. Weaver (ARC)
42.18 An HST Archival Search for Small Satellites of Pluto
B. C. Flynn, S. A. Stern (SwRI), J. W. Parker (GSFC), J. C. Snowdall (U. Colorado)
42.19 Using the Correlation Exponent as a Measure of Chaos in Celestial Mechanics
M. C. Lewis (Trinity University), H. F. Levison (Southwest Research Institute)

Session 43. Binary Stars

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

43.01 A Search for Stellar Duplicity and Variability from FGS Guide Star Acquisitions and Guiding Data
M. Wenz (CSC/STScI), G. Schneider (Steward Obs., U. of Arizona), J. Hershey (CSC/STScI)
43.02 Speckle Imaging of Stars with Composite Spectra
M. Schill (Georgia Tech), D. Hart (Georgia Tech), J. Sowell (Georgia Tech), D. Bord (UMich-Dearborn)
43.03 Double Star Astronomy with Optical Interferometers
J. T. Armstrong (NRL), C. A. Hummel (USRA)
43.04 Separate Spectra of Ross 614 A and B
D. Chance, J. Hershey (CSC/STScI)
43.05 Spectroscopic Detection of the Primary Component of the Hyades Binary 51 Tauri
G. Torres, R. P. Stefanik, D. W. Latham (CfA)
43.06 The Astrometric Binary W1062: Initial ``Visual'' Orbit from Astrometry with the HST Fine Guidance Sensors in the Transfer Function Scan Mode
O. G. Franz, L. H. Wasserman (Lowell Obs.), T. J. Henry (STScI), A. J. Bradley (Allied-Signal Aerospace Co.), G. F. Benedict, R. L. Duncombe, P. D. Hemenway, W. H. Jefferys, B. McArthur, E. Nelan, P. J. Shelus, D. Story, A. L. Whipple (UTx), L. W. Fredrick (UVa), W. F. van Altena (Yale)
43.07 Investigation of UBVRI Light Curves of LP Cephei
43.08 The Enigmatic Interacting Binary Star AX Monocerotis
N. M. Elias II (USNO), R. E. Wilson (UFl), E. C. Olson (UIUC), J. P. Aufdenberg (ASU), M. Güdel (PSI), H. L. Stevens (UVa)
43.09 The Most Curious Case of Plaskett's Star: Two Views
D. J. Barry (GSU and UT-Austin/McDonald Obs.), W. G. Bagnuolo (GSU/CHARA)
43.10 EUVE and Optical Spectropolarimetric Observations of AG-Draconis
N. E. B. Zellner (U. Wisconsin Space Astronomy Lab), C. M. Anderson, J. P. Cassinelli, J. S. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin Astronomy Department)
43.11 Physical Properties of White Dwarfs Paired with Luminous Secondaries (III, IV, V; A, F, G, K)
S. Vennes (CEA/UCB), J. R. Thorstensen (Dartmouth), D. Christian (CEA/UCB)
43.12 EUVE Observation of the Eclipsing Pre-Cataclysmic Variable V471 Tauri
J. Dupuis (CEA/UCB), S. L. Cully, T. Rogriguez-Bell, O. H. W. Siegmund (SSL/UCB)
43.13 Mass Loss and Accretion Dynamics as a Function of Roche Overflow Parameter in High Mass X-Ray Binaries
M. Owen (NCSU), J. M. Blondin (NCSU)
43.14 A Statistical Study of the O'Connell Effect of W UMa Binaries
S. A. McCartney (U. Oklahoma)
43.15 Photometric Study of the Solar-type, W UMa Binary, V440 Casseiopae
J. A. French (Millikin U.), R. G. Samec*, B. J. Carrigan (Millikin U. and KPNO/NOAO)
43.16 Complete Photometric Analysis on U,B,V Light Curves of the Near-Contact Eclipsing Binary: HL Aurigae
J. D. Gray+, R. G. Samec++ (Millikin U.)
43.17 Mass Flow in the Close Binary V342 Aquilae
C. N. Hartman (NASA/GSFC), R. S. Polidan (NASA/GSFC), A. Welty (P.S.U.), R. Wade (P.S.U.), P. B. Etzel (SDSU), F. C. Bruhweiler (CUA)
43.18 Hydrodynamical Simulations of H\alpha Emission in Algol Binaries
M. Ratliff, M. Richards (U. Virginia)
43.19 On the Validity of the Classical Apsidal Motion Formula for Tidal Distortion
E. Quataert, P. Kumar, C. O. Ao (MIT)
43.20 Eclipsing Binaries in the Magellanic Clouds: Continuing Study of Stellar Structure, Evolution, and Distance
D. H. Bradstreet (Eastern Coll.), L. E. DeWarf, E. F. Guinan, F. P. Maloney, P. A. Maurone (Villanova U.)

Session 44. Circumstellar Material

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

44.01 Nitrogen-rich and Sulfur-rich Gas in the Crab Nebula
R. B. C. Henry (Univ. Oklahoma), G. M. MacAlpine (Univ. Michigan), S. S. Lawrence (Univ. Michigan), R. L. Sears (Univ. Michigan)
44.02 Narrow Filter Band Imaging of the Crab Nebula
D. A. Leahy, M. Mazur (University of Calgary)
44.03 The nature of mass-loss during post-AGB stellar evolution: HST/ WFPC-2 Imaging of the Egg Nebula (CRL2688) and the "Engraved Hourglass" (MyCn-18) Nebula
R. Sahai, J. T. Trauger, R. W. Evans (Caltech/ JPL, Pasadena), WFPC-2 IDT
44.04 HST FOS Spectroscopy of Ejecta From Eta Carinae
T. W. Glover, R. J. Dufour (Rice), J. J. Hester (ASU), D. G. Currie (U.MD), D. VanOrsow (STScI), D. K. Walter (SCSU)
44.05 The Hanle Effect as a Diagnostic of Magnetic Fields in Stellar Winds
R. Ignace, K. Nordsieck, J. Cassinelli (Univ. Wisconsin-Madison)
44.06 Detection of Stars with High Mass Loss Rates in M31: Candidate LBV's?
R. A. M. Walterbos, N. King (NMSU), R. Braun (NFRA)
44.07 Simulations of Shock-Cloud Interactions
T. J. Gaetz (SAO)
44.08 IRAS Observations of Nebulae Around Wolf-Rayet Stars
A. P. Marston (Drake University), D. R. Yocum (NOAO)
44.09 FUV/UV/Optical Observations of the symbiotic star AG Dra
B. R. Espey (JHU/U. Pitt.), J. Birriel (U. Pitt.), R. E. Schulte-Ladbeck (U. Pitt.), J. J. Johnson (U. Wisconsin, Madison), H. M. Schmidt (MSSO), H. Schild (ETH Zürich)
44.10 Evidence for Cometary Dust in the Disks around \beta-Pic-like stars
H. M. Butner (DTM-CIW), H. J. Walker (CLRC RAL), D. H. Wooden, F. C. Witteborn (NASA Ames)
44.11 Mid-IR imaging of the warm dust emission from the young proto-planetary nebula IRAS 07134+1005
A. Dayal, W. F. Hoffmann, J. H. Bieging (Steward Observatory), J. L. Hora (IfA), L. K. Deutsch (FCAD/U.Mass.), G. G. Fazio (SAO)
44.12 Detection of Circumstellar Gas Around 2 Andromedae
K. -P. Cheng (CSU, Fullerton), F. Bruhweiler (Catholic U.), J. Neff (Penn State U.), M. Goddard (CSU, Fullerton)
44.13 HST WFPC2 IDT Observations of Circumstellar Material
J. E. Krist (STScI), C. J. Burrows (STScI,ESA), K. R. Stapelfeldt (JPL), A. M. Watson (NMSU), WFPC2 Investigation Definition Team
44.14 VLBA Spectral Line Polarization Survey of Circumstellar OH masers
D. A. Boboltz, P. J. Diamond, A. J. Kemball, M. J. Claussen, L. Kogan (NRAO)

Session 45. Interstellar Medium I

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

45.01 Diffuse Bands in Circumstellar Shells
C. Barnbaum (NRAO), S. Balm (UCLA/CfA)
45.02 The Properties of the Local Interstellar Medium and the Interaction of the Stellar Winds of \epsilon Indi and \lambda Andromedae with the Interstellar Environment
B. E. Wood, W. R. Alexander, J. L. Linsky (JILA, U. Colorado)
45.03 First Measurement of the Hydrogen Wall around the Heliosphere and the Interstellar Medium toward Alpha Centauri
J. L. Linsky, B. Wood (JILA/Univ. Colorado)
45.04 Small-Scale ISM Structure: The Remarkable Sightline Toward \mu Cru
D. M. Meyer (Northwestern University), J. C. Blades (STScI)
45.05 Anisotropic Turbulence in the Interstellar Medium Towards W49N
K. M. Desai (NRL), C. R. Gwinn (UCSB), P. J. Diamond (NRAO)
45.06 Wide-Field H-alpha Observations of a Possible Galactic Chimney Associated With W4
G. A. Topasna, B. Dennison, J. H. Simonetti (Virginia Tech)
45.07 Comparing the H-alpha Intensity and Radio Wave Scattering on Eight Low-Latitude Lines of Sight
J. H. Simonetti, B. Dennison, G. A. Topasna (Virginia Tech)
45.08 Kinematics and 3-D Structure of the ISM in front of SN 1987A
A. P. S. Crotts, J. Xu (Columbia U.)
45.09 Superbubble vs Supergiant Shell: Comparing the X-ray gas in N44 and LMC-2
E. A. Magnier, D. Bomans, Y. -H. Chu, S. D. Points (U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign), U. Hwang, J. Parker (Goddard Space Flight Center), M. Itoh (Kobe University)
45.10 Evidence for the Large-Scale Dissociation of Molecular Gas in the Inner Spiral Arms of M81
R. J. Allen (STScI), J. Knapen (U. Montreal), R. Bohlin (STScI)
45.11 The UV Interstellar Extinction in Nearby Galaxies: M31
L. Bianchi (STScI and O.A.TO), G. C. Clayton (CASA), R. Bohlin (STScI), J. B. Hutchings (DAO), P. Massey (KPNO-NOAO)
45.12 K ' -Band Dust Albedo from Observations of Galaxies
A. N. Witt, G. Madsen (U. Toledo), P. Grosbøl (ESO)
45.13 Neutral Gas Associated with the Pleiades Reflection Nebula
S. J. Gibson (U. Wisconsin-Madison), M. A. Holdaway (NRAO), K. H. Nordsieck (U. Wisconsin-Madison)
45.14 Automated Identification of Expanding HI Shells
D. Thilker (NMSU), R. Braun (NFRA), R. Walterbos (NMSU)
45.15 The Viability of a Two-photon Absorption Mechanism by H2 or H2+ as an Explanation for the Diffuse Interstellar Absorption Bands
D. Bacon (Caltech), J. Babb (SAO), A. Dalgarno (HCO)
45.16 ORFEUS Observations of Interstellar Molecular Hydrogen
M. Hurwitz, S. Bowyer (CEA/UCB), T. Sasseen (SSL/UCB)
45.17 The first detection of the Galactic diffuse ionized hydrogen at Brackett-\gamma with a cooled IR Fabry-Perot spectrometer
A. Kutyrev (GSFC/LASP/NRC), C. L. Bennett (GSFC/LASP), S. H. Moseley (GSFC/LASP), R. J. Reynolds (UW-Madison), F. L. Roesler (UW-Madison)

Session 46. Gamma-ray Sources & Diffuse Emission

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

46.01 BATSE Observations of Galactic Positron-Annihilation Radiation
D. M. Smith, M. Leventhal, R. Cavallo (U. Maryland, College Park), N. Gehrels, J. Tueller (NASA/GSFC), G. Fishman (NASA/MSFC)
46.02 Multiwavelength Spectral Modeling of Blazars
C. D. Dermer, S. J. Sturner (NRL), R. Schlickeiser (MPIfR)
46.03 Green Bank Interferometer Observations of the Galactic Superluminal Source GRS 1915+105
R. S. Foster, E. B. Waltman (NRL), M. Tavani (Columbia University)
46.04 Gamma Ray Sources Above 1 GeV Along the Galactic Plane
P. L. Nolan, J. M. Fierro, B. B. Jones, Y. C. Lin, P. F. Michelson, T. D. Willis (Stanford), D. L. Bertsch, B. L. Dingus, J. A. Esposito, C. E. Fichtel, R. C. Hartman, S. D. Hunter, C. von Montigny, R. Mukherjee, P. Sreekumar, D. J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC), D. A. Kniffen (Hampden-Sydney College), E. Schneid (Northrop Grumman), G. Kanbach, H. Mayer-Hasselwander, A. Mücke, M. Merck (MPE)

Session 47. Microlensing

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

47.01 The Spatial Structure of the Cosmic X-Ray Background: Correlation with Local Galaxies and Gravitational Lensing by Clusters.
A. Refregier, D. J. Helfand (Columbia U.), A. Loeb (Harvard U.), R. G. McMahon (Cambridge)
47.02 VLA Monitoring of Gravitational Lens 0957+561: Current Best Estimate of the Time Delay
D. B. Haarsma, J. N. Hewitt (MIT), J. Lehár (CfA), L. Sopata, B. F. Burke (MIT)
47.03 Rates for Color Shifted Microlensing Events
A. Buchalter, M. Kamionkowski, R. M. Rich (Columbia U.)
47.04 The Mass of the Lensing Cluster for the Double QS0 Q0957+561
P. Fischer, G. M. Bernstein (U. of Michigan), J. A. Tyson (ATandT Bell Labs), G. Rhee (UNLV)
47.05 Limits on the Baryonic Content of the Galactic Halo in the 10^-7 - 10^-3 \rmM_ødot Range
M. J. Lehner, K. Griest, J. Guern (CfPA/UCSD), C. Alcock, K. Cook, P. Purdue (LLNL), R. Allsman (ANUSF), D. Alves (UC Davis), T. Axelrod, K. Freeman, B. Peterson, A. Rodgers (MSSSO), A. Becker, C. Stubbs (CfPA/U Washington), D. Bennett (CfPA and LLNL), S. Marshall, M. Pratt (CfPA/UCSB), P. Quinn (ESO), W. Sutherland (Oxford), D. Welch (McMaster)
47.06 The MACHO Project: Exotic Microlensing from GMAN
M. Pratt, S. Marshall (CfPA/UCSB), C. Alcock, D. Alves, K. Cook, P. Purdue (LLNL), R. Allsman (ANUSF), D. Alves (UC Davis), T. Axelrod, K. Freeman, B. Peterson, A. Rodgers (MSSSO), T. Banks, T. Love, P. Yock (U. Canturbury), A. Becker, D. Reiss, C. Stubbs (CfPA/U Washington), D. Bennett (CfPA/LLNL), K. Griest, J. Guern, M. Lehner (CfPA/UCSD), D. Maoz (Tel Aviv U.), P. Quinn (ESO), W. Sutherland (Oxford), D. Welch (McMaster)
47.07 The MACHO Project Second Year Gravitational Microlensing Results Toward the Large Magellanic Cloud
D. Bennett (CfPA and LLNL), C. Alcock, K. Cook (LLNL), R. Allsman (ANUSF), D. Alves (UC Davis), T. Axelrod (MSSSO/LLNL), K. Freeman, B. Peterson, A. Rodgers (MSSSO), K. Griest, J. Guern, M. Lehner (CfPA/UCSD), P. Quinn (ESO), S. Marshall, M. Pratt (CfPA/UCSB), A. Becker, C. Stubbs (CfPA/U Washington), W. Sutherland (Oxford)
47.08 Learning about Binaries and Planets Through Microlensing
S. Mao (Max-Planck-Institute für Astrophysik), R. Di Stefano (Harvard University)
47.09 Time Delay Observations of the Gravitational Lens MG0414+053 at 8 GHz
C. B. Moore, J. N. Hewitt (MIT)
47.10 Determining Cosmological Paramaters using Gravitational Lens Systems with Multiple Giant Arcs
R. Link, M. J. Pierce (Indiana University)

Session 48. Spiral & Field Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

48.01 Faint Spiral Structure in NGC 5248
F. R. Chromey, D. M. Elmegreen (Vassar College), N. Harrison (Wesleyan University)
48.02 Extensive Spiral Structure and Corotation Resonance
B. Canzian (USRA and U.S. Naval Observatory)
48.03 Arm-Amplitudes in Spiral Galaxies
A. D. Grauer (UALR and Steward Obs.), M. J. Rieke (Steward Obs.)
48.04 The Response of Disks to Oscillatory Modes in Galaxies
R. A. Gerber, B. F. Smith, T. Y. Steiman-Cameron (NASA/Ames)
48.05 The Highly Flattened Dark Halo of NGC 4244
R. P. Olling (University of Southampton)
48.06 Direct Extinction Measures in Overlapping Galaxies
C. J. Conselice, W. C. Keel, R. E. White III (U. Alabama)
48.07 Infrared Photometry and Dust Absorption in Edge-On Spiral Galaxies
L. E. Kuchinski, D. M. Terndrup (The Ohio State University)
48.08 HST-WFPC2 Observations of the Nuclear Region of M51 ^(*)
N. Panagia (ESA/STScI), A. Capetti (STScI), S. Scuderi (ESA/STScI and Osservatorio Astrofisico di Catania), H. Lamers (STScI and Astronomical Inst., Univ. of Utrecht, Holland), R. P. Kirshner (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
48.09 Diffuse Ionized Gas In Sculptor Group Spirals
R. F. G. Wyse, A. M. N. Ferguson (Johns Jopkins U.), J. S. Gallagher (U. Wisconsin--Madison), D. A. Hunter (Lowell Obs.)
48.10 Diffuse Ionized Gas in Sculptor Group Galaxies
C. Hoopes, R. A. M. Walterbos, B. Greenawalt (New Mexico State University)
48.11 He\,I \lambda5876 Recombination Emission from the Diffuse Ionized Gas in NGC 891: Constraints on Ionization Models
R. J. Rand (Univ. of Maryland)
48.12 X-Ray Emission from M32: X-Ray Binaries or a \muAGN?
P. B. Eskridge, R. E. White, D. S. Davis (U. Alabama)
48.13 ROSAT HRI Observations of NGC 2276 and NGC 1961
D. S. Davis, W. C. Keel (University of Alabama), J. S. Mulchaey (OCIW), J. J. Condon (NRAO)
48.14 Deep Keck Redshift Survey of Field Galaxies Imaged by the HST
R. Guzmán, D. C. Koo, N. P. Vogt, A. C. Phillips, K. L. Wu, S. M. Faber, C. Gronwall, D. A. Forbes, G. D. Illingworth (UCO/Lick and UCSC)
48.15 Far-infrared Luminosity Functions for Spiral Galaxies of Different Hubble Types
S. Hameed, N. Devereux (NMSU)

Session 49. Starburst Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

49.01 Ultraviolet Imaging of the Peculiar Starburst Galaxy NGC3310
D. A. Smith (NRC/GSFC/LASP), S. G. Neff, T. P. Stecher, A. M. Smith (NASA/GSFC/LASP), N. Collins, M. N. Fanelli, J. Isensee, W. H. Waller (HSTX/GSFC/LASP), G. Bothun (U.Oregon), R. Bohlin (STScI), R. W. O'Connell (U.Virginia), M. S. Roberts (NRAO)
49.02 Far Ultraviolet Imagery of NGC 4631
A. M. Smith, S. G. Neff, T. P. Stecher, D. A. Smith (NASA/GSFC), N. R. Collins, M. N. Fanelli, J. E. Isensee, W. H. Waller (Hughes STX)
49.03 Starburst Age Distribution and Star Formation within the Irregular Magellanic Galaxy NGC 4449 using IUE
A. T. Home, F. C. Bruhweiler, M. S. Neubig (Catholic U.), R. S. Hill, W. Landsman (Hughes STX)
49.04 High Resolution Ultraviolet, Visible, and Near Infrared Imaging of the Starburst Galaxy NGC 2903
A. M. Watson, J. A. Holtzman (NMSU), J. S. Gallagher III (University of Wisconsin -- Madison), K. Matthews (Caltech), J. T. Trauger (JPL), WFPC2 Science Team
49.05 A Search for Chemical Abundance Enhancements in Wolf-Rayet Galaxies : NGC 4214
C. Kobulnicky, E. Skillman (U. Minnesota)
49.06 CO kinematics, star formation and dynamical evolution of the starburst NGC 4102
S. Jogee, J. D. P. Kenney (Yale)
49.07 Mid-Infrared Spectral Mapping of NGC 253
J. W. Miles (SI-NASM), M. L. N. Ashby (SAO), T. L. Hayward, J. R. Houck (Cornell)
49.08 Dense Molecular Gas Distribution in the Nuclear Region of Starburst Galaxy NGC 253
R. Peng (JPL, U. Illinois), S. Zhou (U. Illinois), J. B. Whiteoak (CSIRO Australia Telescope National Facility), K. Y. Lo, E. C. Sutton (U. Illinois)
49.09 The Properties of the Stellar Clusters in the M82 Starburst Complex
S. Satyapal, M. A. Greenhouse, H. A. Smith (SI/NASM), D. M. Watson, J. L. Pipher, W. J. Forrest (U. Rochester), J. Fischer (NRL), C. E. Woodward (WIRO)
49.10 Compact Radio Sources in NGC 660
A. B. Wiercigroch (JPL)
49.11 High Spatial Resolution 100\mum Observations of Far-Infrared Luminous Galaxies
E. C. Zink, D. F. Lester (UT Austin)
49.12 The Acceleration of Dust Grains by High Luminosity Sources
J. E. O'Donnell, J. Franco, A. P. Duchini (Instituto de Astronomia-UNAM), A. Ferrara (Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri)

Session 50. Active Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

50.01 Bulge, Disk and Nuclear Components in HST Images of Markarian Seyfert Galaxies
C. H. Nelson, J. W. MacKenty (STScI)
50.02 Circumnuclear Star Formation in Seyfert Galaxies
M. A. Bransford, P. N. Appleton (ISU), C. Heisler (AAO), R. P. Norris (ATNF)
50.03 Radio-Loud Seyfert galaxies and their enviornments.
E. J. Jones (SMSU), T. Ghosh (NAIC)
50.04 Axial Ratio Statistics of Soft X-Ray Selected, Low-Redshift Seyferts
R. A. Simcoe (Princeton U. Obs.), K. K. McLeod, J. Schachter (SAO)
50.05 Monitoring the Continuum Emission from Active Galactic Nuclei with the SARA 0.9-m Telescope
K. S. Rumstay (Valdosta State University), A. L. Morrill (Florida Institute of Technology)
50.06 Comparing the NLR of Seyfert 1 and Seyfert 2 Galaxies
H. R. Schmitt (STScI and IF-UFRGS, Brazil), A. L. Kinney (STScI)
50.07 ASCA spectral constraints on an AGN synthesis model for the XRB
K. Gendreau, T. Yaqoob, R. Mushotzky (GSFC/NASA), A. Fabian (IoA, University of Cambridge)
50.08 Milliarcsecond-scale Radio Imaging of Two Luminous IR Galaxies
C. J. Lonsdale (IPAC), C. J. Lonsdale (MIT Haystack Observatory), H. E. Smith (UCSD/IPAC)
50.09 ROSAT Observations of Narrow-Line Type 1 Seyfert Galaxies.
K. Forster (Columbia U.)
50.10 Simultaneous Far-UV and X-ray Observations of NGC 3516 with HUT and ASCA
G. Kriss, B. Espey, A. Davidsen, W. Zheng, Z. Tsvetanov, J. Krolik (JHU), T. Kii, C. Otani (ISAS), T. J. Turner, R. Petre (NASA/GSFC), T. Takahashi, M. Tashiro (U. Tokyo), S. Murakami (Osaka City U.), T. Mihara, M. Matsuoka (RIKEN), H. Kunieda (Nagoya U.)
50.11 On the Nature of the Absorber in NGC 3783
J. C. Shields (Steward Obs.), F. Hamann (UCSD)
50.12 Shock Excited Gas in NGC 2992.
M. G. Allen (MSSSO/JHU), Z. Tsvetanov (JHU), M. A. Dopita (MSSSO)
50.13 The Iron K Line Profile in NGC 4151 and the Evidence for a Relativistic Accretion Disk
T. Yaqoob (NASA/GSFC), R. Edelson (U.Iowa), K. A. Weaver (JHU), R. S. Warwick (U.Leicester,UK), R. F. Mushotzky, P. J. Serlemistos, S. S. Holt (NASA/GSFC)
50.14 Analysis of Masing Spectra for the Subparsec, Circumnuclear Disk in NGC 4258
W. D. Watson, B. K. Wallin (UIUC)
50.15 Stellar Kinematics and Double-Peaked Emission Lines in the Low Luminosity AGN M81
G. A. Bower, T. M. Heckman (JHU), A. S. Wilson (U. Maryland), D. O. Richstone (U. Michigan)
50.16 HST observations of fine structure and motions in the M87 jet.
J. A. Biretta, W. B. Sparks, F. Macchetto, A. Capetti (STScI)
50.17 Low Frequency VLBA Observations of the Vir A Jet
W. Junor (IfA), J. A. Biretta (STScI), D. Harris (CfA)
50.18 Reading the Twisted Tail of NGC 4258
G. Cecil, C. De Pree (UNC-Chapel Hill)
50.19 Boundary Layers and Mass Entrainment in Astrophysical Jets
D. S. De Young (NOAO/KPNO)
50.20 Simulations of Jets: Propagation Into A Magnetic Field (Oblique)
K. -I. Nishikawa (Rice U.), S. Koide, J. Sakai (Toyama U., Japan), R. L. Mutel (U. Iowa), H. Sol (DARC, Obs. Paris-Meudon, France)

Session 51. Star Formation & Chemical Evolution of Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

51.01 Structural Parameters of field galaxies with HST and ARC 3.5m
M. Takamiya, R. G. Kron (U. Chicago)
51.03 Effects of Cluster Environment on Chemical Abundances in Virgo Cluster Spirals
R. C. Kennicutt (U. Arizona), E. D. Skillman (U. Minnesota), G. A. Shields (U. Texas), D. Zaritsky (UCSC)

Session 52. Simulations of Clusters of Galaxies

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

52.01 Testing the Cosmological Implications of the X-ray Substructure in Clusters of Galaxies
I. R. Walker, L. Hernquist, G. Blumenthal (UC Santa Cruz)
52.02 X-Ray Clusters in a CHDM Universe
C. Loken, A. Klypin, J. Burns (NMSU), G. Bryan, M. Norman (U. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, NCSA)
52.03 X-Ray Clusters and the Determination of Mass and Baryonic Fraction
H. Martel, P. R. Shapiro, A. Valinia (UT-Austin), J. V. Villumsen (MPI)
52.04 3D Simulations of Galaxies in Clusters : Mass Accretion and Stripping
D. Balsara (N.C.S.A. and Astronomy Dept., Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
52.05 Numerical Simulations of Rotating Cooling Flows
C. Garasi, C. Loken, J. Burns (NMSU)
52.06 Self-Consistent High-Resolution Simulations of Cluster Formation
D. M. Goldberg (BU), T. G. Brainerd (BU), J. V. Villumsen (MPIA)

Session 53. Surveys of Galaxies & Clusters

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

53.01 The Palomar Distant Cluster Survey
M. Postman (STScI), L. Lubin (OCIW), J. Gunn (Princeton U.), J. B. Oke (DAO), J. Hoessel (U. Wisconsin), D. Schneider (PSU), J. Christensen (STScI)
53.02 Towards an Objectively Defined Catalog of Galaxy Clusters From Digitized POSS-II
R. R. de Carvalho, S. G. Djorgovski (Caltech)
53.03 A Statistically Complete Sample of Poor Galaxy Clusters
M. J. Ledlow, C. Loken, J. O. Burns (NMSU), R. A. White (GSFC)
53.04 A Spectroscopic Search for Protoclusters at High Redshift
I. M. Avruch, B. F. Burke (MIT), M. M. Davis (NAIC), P. Horowitz, D. Leigh, J. Weintroub (Harvard)
53.05 The Dwingeloo Obscured Galaxies Survey
P. A. Henning, A. Rivers (UNM), R. C. Kraan-Korteweg (Obs. de Paris-Meudon), A. Loan, O. Lahav, D. Lynden-Bell, G. Hau (Cambridge), B. Burton (Leiden), H. Ferguson (STScI)
53.06 Optical Luminosity Function of An HI-Selected Galaxy Sample
D. Sprayberry, F. Briggs, M. Zwaan (Kapteyn Laboratorium)

Session 54. Large Scale Structure

Display, Tuesday, 9:20am-6:30pm, North Banquet Hall, Convention Center

54.01 Clustering of Galaxies in the Digitized Palomar Observatory Sky Survey: Preliminary Results
T. G. Brainerd (BU), R. De Carvalho (Caltech), S. G. Djorgovski (Caltech)
54.02 The Angular Two-Point Correlation Function for the FIRST Radio Survey
C. M. Cress, D. J. Helfand (Columbia U.), R. H. Becker (UC Davis and IGPP, LLNL), R. L. White (STScI)
54.03 The Shapes of Clusters of Galaxies Within Superclusters
L. L. Cross (Trinity University), L. P. David (SAO)
54.04 A Redshift Survey of Galaxy Clusters in the Aquarius Supercluster Candidate.
D. Batuski, K. Slinglend (U. Maine), C. Balkowski, V. Cayette, S. Maurogordato, P. Felenbok (Meudon), R. Olowin (St. Mary's, CA)
54.05 Large Scale Structure Studies: Final Results from a Rich Cluster Redshift Survey
K. Slinglend, D. Batuski, S. Haase (U.Maine), J. Hill (Steward Obs.)
54.06 The Galaxy-Galaxy Autocorrelation Function for the Las Campanas Redshift Survey
D. L. Tucker, V. Müller, S. Gottlöber (Astrophys. Inst. Potsdam), A.A. Oemler, Jr. (Yale, OCIW), R. P. Kirshner (CFA), H. Lin (U. Toronto), S. A. Shectman, S. D. Landy (OCIW), P. L. Schechter (MIT)
54.07 The Peculiar Velocity Field in the Pisces-Perseus Supercluster
D. A. Dale (Cornell U.), J. P. Gardner (U. Washington at Seattle), R. Giovanelli (Cornell U.)
54.08 Hydrogen Molecules and the Radiative Cooling and Fragmentation of Cosmological Sheets
P. Anninos, M. L. Norman (LCA, NCSA)
54.09 Gravitational Instability in Collisionless and Gaseous Cosmological Pancakes
A. Valinia, P. R. Shapiro, H. Martel, E. T. Vishniac (UT-Austin), J. V. Villumsen (MPI)
54.10 Wavelet Analysis of Large Scale Structure
J. K. Minske (U. Michigan), R. Watkins (Dartmouth Coll.), H. Feldman (Princeton U.), K. Freese (U. Michigan)

Session 55. Galactic Microquasars

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, 1st Floor, La Villita Assembly Building

55.01 Superluminal Sources in the Galaxy
I. F. Mirabel (Service d'Astrophysique, CE-Saclay, France)
55.02 High Energy Observations of Galactic Jet Sources
S. N. Zhang (USRA), B. A. Harmon, G. J. Fishman (NASA/MSFC), W. S. Paciesas (UAH)
55.03 Physics of Galactic Superluminal Sources
A. Levinson, R. Blandford (Cornell University)

Session 56. Active Galaxies: The Central Engine

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, Corte Real, Hilton

56.01 Probing the Black Hole Environment in M87
Z. Tsvetanov, H. Ford, G. Kriss, Y. C. Pei (JHU), G. Hartig (STScI), R. Harms, L. Dressel (RJH Sci.), M. Dopita (MSSSO)
56.02 Evidence for a Massive Black Hole in the Active Galaxy NGC 4261 from HST Images and Spectra
H. Ford, L. Ferrarese (Johns Hopkins University, STScI), W. Jaffe (Leiden Observatory)
56.03D Powerful Water Vapor Masers as Probes of Dense Nuclear Molecular Gas in AGN
J. A. Braatz, A. S. Wilson (UMD), C. Henkel (MPIfR)
56.04 The Spatial Distribution of Water Maser Emission in the NGC 4945 AGN
J. M. Moran, L. J. Greenhill, J. R. Herrnstein (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
56.05 VLBA Observations of Water Maser Emission in NGC 1068
L. J. Greenhill (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), C. R. Gwinn (UC Santa Barbara)
56.06 Near-Infrared Emission-Line Spectrum of NGC 1068
D. E. Osterbrock, J. P. Fulbright (UCO/LO/UCSC)
56.07 HST Ultraviolet Spectrum of Arp 102B, the Prototypical Double-Peaked Emission-Line AGN
M. Eracleous, A. V. Filippenko (UCB), J. P. Halpern (Columbia U.), K. Chen (LANL)

Session 57. Policy Making in Astronomy and its Impact on the Community

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, La Condesa, Hilton

57.01 AAS Special Session: Policy Making in Astronomy
J. A. Cardelli (Villanova Univ.), D. Massa (Applied Research Corp.)

Session 58. Gamma Rays & Cosmic Rays

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, Salon del Rey South, Hilton

58.01 The Preliminary Cosmic Diffuse \gamma-Ray Spectrum from 800 keV to 30 MeV Measured with COMPTEL
S. C. Kappadath, J. Ryan, D. Forrest, R. M. Kippen, M. McConnell (UNH), K. Bennett, C. Winkler (SSD-ESA/ESTEC), H. Bloemen, W. Hermsen, R. van Dijk (SRON-Utrecht), R. Diehl, V. Schönfelder, M. Varendorff, G. Weidenspointer (MPE)
58.02 EGRET Observations of the Diffuse High-Energy Gamma Radiation Within 10^\circ of the Galactic Plane
S. D. Hunter, D. L. Bertsch, C. E. Fichtel, R. C. Hartman, D. J. Thompson (NASA/GSFC), J. R. Catelli (Maryland), S. W. Digel (HSTX/GSFC), B. L. Dingus, J. A. Esposito, P. Sreekumar (USRA/GSFC), G. Kanbach, H. A. Mayer-Hasselwander (MPE), D. A. Kniffen (Hampden-Sydney), Y. C. Lin, P. F. Michelson, P. L. Nolan (Stanford), C. von Montigny (NRC/MPE), E. J. Schneid (Northrop-Grumman)
58.03 The Inverse-Compton and Extragalactic Components of the Diffuse Gamma-Ray Emission
A. Chen, J. Dwyer, P. Kaaret (Columbia U.)
58.04 Observations of Galactic Positron Annihilation Radiation
W. R. Purcell, D. A. Grabelsky, S. M. Matz (Northwestern Univ.), J. G. Skibo (NRL/NRC), D. D. Dixon (U.C. Riverside), W. N. Johnson, R. L. Kinzer, J. D. Kurfess (NRL)
58.05 Multiwavelength Spectral Modeling of Cosmic Ray Interactions
S. J. Sturner, J. G. Skibo, C. D. Dermer (NRL), J. R. Mattox (UMd)
58.06 EGRET Observations of Radio Bright Supernova Remnants
J. A. Esposito, P. Sreekumar (USRA NASA/GSFC), S. D. Hunter (NASA/GSFC), G. Kanbach (MPE)
58.07 EGRET Observations of the Gamma-Ray Source 2CG 135+01
D. A. Kniffen, W. C. K. Alberts (HSC), D. L. Bertsch, C. E. Fichtel, R. C. Hartman, S. D. Hunter, D. J. Thompson (GSFC), B. L. Dingus, J. A. Esposito, P. Sreekumar (GSFC, USRA), C. Von Montigny (GSFC, NAS/NRC), G. Kanbach, H. A. Mayer-Hasselwander (MPE), Y. C. Lin, P. F. Michelson, P. L. Nolan (Stanford U.), J. R. Mattox (U. of MD), J. M. Paredes (U. of Barcelona), E. J. Schneid (Northrop Grumman)
58.08 BATSE 0.03--1.8 MeV Gamma-Ray Flux and Spectral Monitoring of Centaurus A, NGC 4151, and 3C 273
W. A. Wheaton, J. C. Ling, P. Wallyn (JPL)
58.09 Observation of TeV Gamma-Ray Emission from BL Lacs
M. S. Schubnell (U. Michigan, for the Whipple Collaboration)

Session 59. Milky Way, Center & Halo

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, Salon del Rey Central, Hilton

59.01D Turbulence in the Warm Ionized Medium: Angular Broadening Toward the Galactic Center and Anticenter
T. J. W. Lazio (Cornell)
59.02D A New Piece in the Galactic Center Puzzle: The Detection of Sgr A* at 8.7 \mum
S. R. Stolovy (Cornell University)
59.03D Modelling the Galactic Bar Using Red Clump Stars
K. Z. Stanek (Princeton U.), M. Mateo (U. Michigan), A. Udalski, M. Szyma\'nski, J. Kaluzny, M. Kubiak (Warsaw U.), W. Krzemi\'nski (Carnegie Obs.)
59.04D Fossil Signatures of Ancient Accretion Events in the Halo
K. V. Johnston (UCSC)
59.05 The Metal-Rich Halo of M31
R. M. Rich, K. Mighell, J. D. Neill (Columbia U.)

Session 60. Stellar Astrophysics I

Oral, Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am, Salon del Rey North, Hilton

60.01D The Luminosity Functions of the Globular Clusters M5 and M30
E. Sandquist, M. Bolte (UCO/Lick Observatory)
60.02 Low Dimensional Dynamics in a Pulsating Star
P. T. Boyd (USRA and NASA GSFC), G. B. Mindlin (U. Buenos Aires, Argentina), J. L. Caminos, J. A. Nunez (U. La Plata, Argentina)
60.03 Angular size measurements of 19 Mira variable stars
G. T. van Belle, H. M. Dyck (U. Wyoming), J. A. Benson (USNO), M. G. Lacasse (Harvard U.)
60.04 Algol: A joint analysis of the EUVE and ASCA Spectra
K. P. Singh (GSFC,NAS-NRC), N. E. White (GSFC), S. A. Drake (GSFC,USRA), R. Mewe, J. S. Kaastra (SRON,The Netherlands)
60.05D Doppler Tomographic Separation of UV Spectra in O-Type Binary Systems
L. R. Penny (GSU)
60.06 A Spectrum Synthesis and new Light Synthesis Study of EE Pegasi
A. P. Linnell (MSU), I. Hubeny (GSFC), C. H. S. Lacy (UArk)

Session 61. Russell Prize Lecture

Invited, Tuesday, 11:40am-12:30pm, 1st Floor, La Villita Assembly Building

61.01 Abundance Inhomogeneities and Other Abundance Anomalies Among Globular Cluster Stars
R. P. Kraft (UCO/Lick Observatories)

Session 62. X-ray Astronomy: New Discoveries

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, 1st Floor, La Villita Assembly Building

62.01 Iron-line Spectroscopy of AGN
A. C. Fabian (IoA, UK)
62.02 ASCA Observations of the Galactic Center
K. Koyama (Kyoto U., Japan)
62.03 X-ray Emission from Clusters of Galaxies - A Cosmological Laboratory
R. Mushotzky (NASA/GSFC)

Session 63. Galaxy Evolution II

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Corte Real, Hilton

63.01 Distant Ring Galaxies as Evidence for a Steeply Increasing Galaxy Interaction Rate with Redshift
R. J. Lavery (Iowa State), P. Seitzer (Michigan), A. R. Walker, N. B. Suntzeff (CTIO/NOAO), G. S. D. Costa (AAO)
63.02D A Multiwavelength Study of Arp 10: A Galaxy with Rings and Ripples
V. Charmandaris (ISU)
63.03D Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies in the Coma Cluster Core
J. Secker (McMaster University)
63.04 Massive Star Formation Properites of Virgo Cluster and Isolated Spiral Galaxies
R. A. Koopmann, J. D. P. Kenney (Yale)
63.05D Evolutionary Studies of Low Surface Brightness Dwarf Galaxies
L. van Zee (Cornell University)
63.06D The Photometric, Spectroscopic and Morphological Evolution of Starburstin g Galaxies in Distant Clusters
A. J. Barger, A. Aragón-Salamanca, R. S. Ellis (Cambridge), W. J. Couch (UNSW), I. Smail (Carnegie), R. M. Sharples (Durham)

Session 64. Getting & Holding a Job with an Astronomy Degree

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, La Condesa, Hilton

64.01 Getting and Holding a Job with an Astronomy Degree
E. F. Guinan (Villanova U.)
64.02 The Changing Shape of the AAS
P. B. Boyce (AAS)

Session 65. ISM in Nearby Galaxies

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Salon del Rey South, Hilton

65.01 The Temperature, Opacity and Topology of Atomic Hydrogen in Spiral Galaxies
R. Braun (NFRA)
65.02 A Search for Compact Radio Sources in NGC 6946
C. Lacey, N. Duric (UNM), W. M. Goss (NRAO)
65.03 The Density and Temperature of Molecular Clouds in M33
C. D. Wilson (McMaster), C. E. Walker (Arizona), M. D. Thornley (Maryland)
65.04D The Dynamical and Physical State of the ISM in Dwarf Galaxies
C. L. Martin (Steward Obs., U. Arizona)
65.05D Star Formation Without Strong Density Waves: A Study of Flocculent Spirals
M. D. Thornley (UMd)
65.06D The Properties of the Dense Gas in the Nuclei of Spiral Galaxies
T. A. D. Paglione (Boston University)

Session 66. Young Clusters, High-Mass YSOs and Their Environment

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Salon del Rey Central, Hilton

66.01 Near-Infrared Luminosity Functions of Young Clusters
E. A. Lada (University of Maryland)
66.02D A Spectroscopic and Photometric Study of Young Embedded Stars in NGC 2024
B. Ali, D. L. DePoy, K. Sellgren (OSU), J. S. Carr (NRL), I. Gatley, K. M. Merrill (KPNO)
66.03 In Search of the Youngest Protostars: IRAS HIRES Results in the Serpens Cloud Core
R. L. Hurt, M. Barsony (UC Riverside)
66.04D 2 \mum Spectroscopy of Young Massive Stars in M17
M. M. Hanson (U. Arizona)
66.05D Massive Star Formation in the Galaxy: An Evolutionary Picture
C. G. De Pree (UNC Chapel Hill, NRAO)
66.06 Velocity, Density, and Magnetic Field Structure in High-Mass Star Forming Regions
S. J. Kannappan, A. A. Goodman (CfA)

Session 67. Cosmic Microwave Background

Oral, Tuesday, 2:00-3:30pm, Salon del Rey North, Hilton

67.01 MicroJansky Radio Sources and Fluctuations in the Cosmic Microwave Background
R. B. Partridge (Haverford Coll.)
67.02D A Measurement of the Temperature of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation at 600 MHz
W. C. Smith, D. Wilkinson (Princeton University)
67.03 A Statistical Comparison of the First Two Flights of the Medium Scale Anisotropy Measurement (MSAM)
C. A. Inman, S. S. Meyer (U of Chic.), J. L. Puchalla, E. S. Cheng, M. S. Kowitt, R. F. Silverberg (GSFC), L. A. Page (Princeton), D. A. Cottingham (GST), D. J. Fixsen (ARC), J. R. Ruhl (UCSB)
67.04 Planetary Calibrations for CMBR Measurements: New Observations by MSAM
M. S. Kowitt, E. S. Cheng, J. L. Puchalla, R. F. Silverberg (GSFC), C. A. Inman, S. S. Meyer (U of Chic.), D. A. Cottingham (GST), D. J. Fixsen (ARC), J. R. Ruhl (UCSB), L. Knox (CITA)
67.05 Analysis of the 1995 Medium Scale Anisotropy Measurement: MSAM1-95
J. L. Puchalla, E. S. Cheng, M. S. Kowitt, R. F. Silverberg (GSFC), C. A. Inman, S. S. Meyer (U of Chic.), L. Knox (CITA), D. A. Cottingham (GST), D. J. Fixsen (ARC), J. R. Ruhl (UCSB)
67.06 An Upper Limit to Arc-Minute Scale Anisotropies in the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation at 2.1 mm
S. E. Church, K. M. Ganga (Caltech), P. A. R. Ade (QMW), W. L. Holzapfel, P. D. Mauskopf, T. M. Wilbanks, A. E. Lange (Caltech)

Session 68. Invited Talks: Observing Star Formation

Invited, Tuesday, 3:40-5:10pm, 1st Floor, La Villita Assembly Building

68.01 Observing Star Formation: From the Interstellar Medium to Star-Forming Cores
A. A. Goodman (Harvard University Astronomy Department)
68.02 Part II: From Star Forming Cores to Young Stellar Systems
J. E. Carlstrom (Caltech)