AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
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Session 111. Supernovae and Atmospheric Phenomena in Binaries

Oral, Saturday, January 9, 1999, 10:00-11:30am, Room 6 (A and B)

111.01 Are Supernovae Round? Keck Spectropolarimetry of Supernovae
D. C. Leonard, A. V. Filippenko, E. C. Moran (UCBerkeley), A. J. Barth (CfA)
111.02 Early lightcurve profile of Type Ia Supernovae
D.E. Groom (LBNL/CfPA, Berkeley), Supernova Cosmology Project Collaboration
111.03 The Supernova Rate in the Nearby and Distant Universe
D. J. Reiss (U. Washington)
111.04 Type Ia Supernovae & 511 keV Annihilation Radiation
P.A. Milne, M. D. Leising, L. S. The (Clemson University)
111.05 VLBI Detection of Motion of IM Pegasi Radio Emission on Hour Time Scales Coincident with Changes in Flux Density
D. E. Lebach, M. I. Ratner, I. I. Shapiro (CfA), N. Bartel, M. F. Bietenholz, R. R. Ransom (York U.), J. F. Lestrade (Obs. de Meudon)
111.06 Colliding Winds in Massive Binaries
M.L. Thaller (CalTech)

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