AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
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Session 38. Galaxy Clusters

Display, Thursday, January 7, 1999, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall 1

38.01 ASCA Observations of Abell 2255
D.S. Davis (MIT), R.E. White (University of Alabama)
38.02 Radial Temperature Profiles of X-Ray--Emitting Gas Within Clusters of Galaxies
J. A. Irwin, J. N. Bregman, A. E. Evrard (University of Michigan)
38.03 X-ray Properties of a Large, Volume-limited Sample of Poor Clusters of Galaxies
M. Bliton (NMSU/U. Missouri), J.O. Burns (U. Missouri), R.A. White (NASA/GSFC), W. Voges (MPE)
38.04 The X-ray Cluster Luminosity and Temperature Functions: High-Resolution Simulations
C. Loken, J.O. Burns (University of Missouri-Columbia), A. A. Klypin (New Mexico State University), G. Bryan (MIT), M.L. Norman (University of Illinois/NCSA)
38.05 The Lx-Richness Relation for z>0.5 Clusters in the CfA-Rosat Survey
B.R. McNamara, A. Vikhlinin (SAO), A. Hornstrup (DSRI), W Forman, C. Jones (SAO), H. Quintana (Pontificia Universidad Catolica)
38.06 RXTE and ASCA Constraints on Non-thermal Emission from the A2256 Galaxy Cluster
C. Delzer, M. Henriksen (Univ. of North Dakota)
38.07 A Search for X-Ray Filaments in Galaxy Clusters
M. Novicki (UofM \& SAO), C. Jones, R. Hank Donnelly (SAO)
38.08 X-ray and Radio Interactions in the Cores of Cooling Flow Clusters
E. Rizza (NMSU/U. Missouri), C. Loken (U. Missouri), M. Bliton (NMSU/U. Missouri), K. Roettiger, J.O. Burns (U. Missouri), F.N. Owen (NRAO)
38.09 Diffuse Cluster Radio Sources: A New Particle Acceleration Model
J. A. Eilek, J. C. Weatherall (New Mexico Tech)
38.10 A Numerical Model of the Extended Radio Emission in A3667
K. Roettiger, J. O. Burns (University of Missouri-Columbia)
38.11 The Virgo Cluster and the M87 Radio Halo: Outflow, not Cooling Flow
F. N. Owen (NRAO), J. A. Eilek (NM Tech), N. E. Kassim (NRL)
38.12 Deviations from the Fundamental Plane and Implications for Cluster Peculiar Velocities
R. A. Gibbons (STScI \& U. Maryland), A. S. Fruchter (STScI), G. D. Bothun (U. Oregon)
38.13 Magnetic fields and conditions in cooling flow clouds
G.J. Ferland (CITA, U of Toronto), A.C. Fabian, R.M. Johnstone (Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge)
38.14 Gravitational Arcs, Globular Clusters, Dwarf Galaxies: Deep Keck Imaging in Dense Cluster Cores
J. P. Blakeslee (Caltech)
38.15 Dynamical Analyses of Galaxy Clusters With Large Redshift Samples
J.J. Mohr (U Chicago), D.O. Richstone (U Michigan), G. Wegner (Dartmouth College)
38.16 Where are all the Butcher-Oemler Galaxies Now?
D. H. McIntosh, H.W. Rix (Steward Obs.), N. Caldwell (SAO)
38.17 A Spectroscopic Survey of the Palomar Distant Cluster Catalog.
B. P. Holden (Univ. of Chicago), R. C. Nichol (Carnegie Mellon Univ.), C. Adami (Northwestern Univ.), F. J. Castander (Univ. of Chicago), L. M. Lubin (Cal. Inst. of Technology), A. Mazure (IGRAP Laboratoire d'Astronomie Spatiale), M. P. Postman (STScI), A. K. Romer (Carnegie Mellon Univ.), M. P. Ulmer (Northwestern Univ.)
38.18 Planetary Nebulae and the Intracluster Stars of Virgo
J. Feldmeier, R. Ciardullo (PSU), G. H. Jacoby (NOAO)
38.19 Quantitative Measurements of E/S0 Morphology: HST Observations of a cluster at z=0.39
M. Bergmann (University of Texas, Austin), I. Jorgensen (University of Texas, Austin, and Gemini 8-m Telescopes Project, Hilo, HI)
38.20 Automated Morphological Classification of Galaxies and the Morphology-Density Relation
J. R. Kriessler, E. H. Han (U. Minnesota), S. C. Odewahn (Caltech), T. C. Beers (Michigan State U.)

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