AAS Meeting #193 - Austin, Texas, January 1999
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Session 47. Supernovae

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

47.01 Some Recent HST Observations of SN~1987A and SNR~1987A
C.S.J. Pun (NASA/GSFC), S. Poirier (U. Toronto), G. Sonneborn, S.P. Maran, T. R. Gull (NASA/GSFC), R. McCray, E. Michael (U. Colorado), P. Lundqvist (Stockholm Obs.)
47.02 IUE Observations of the Light Echo of SN 1987A
S.S. Lawrence, A.P.S. Crotts (Columbia), R. Gilmozzi (ESO-Garching)
47.03 Direct Analysis of Spectra of the Type~Ia Supernova 1994D
K. Hatano, D. Branch, E. Baron (U. Oklahoma)
47.04 An Analysis of the Peculiar Type IIn Supernova 1995N
M.D. Baird (Grove City College), P. M. Garnavich, E.M. Schlegel, P. M. Challis, R. P. Kirshner (SAO)
47.05 Spectropolarimetry of the Peculiar Type Ic Supernovae 1998bw and 1997ef
L. E. Kay (Barnard College, Columbia Univ.), J. P. Halpern, K. M. Leighly (Columbia Univ.), A. V. Filippenko, A. Barth, E. C. Moran, D. C. Leonard (UC Berkeley), A. M. Magalh\~aes (IAGUSP), S. Heathcote (CTIO)
47.06 Direct Analysis of Spectra of the Type~IIn Supernova 1998S
M. Blaylock, D. Branch, J. Deaton, E. Baron (Univ. of Okla.), P. M. Garnavich, R. P. Kirshner (CfA), SINS Team
47.07 The Near-Infrared Spectrum of SN 1998S in NGC 3877
C. L. Gerardy, R. A. Fesen (Dartmouth College), P. H\"oflich, J. C. Wheeler (Univ. of Texas)
47.08 Spectral Analysis of Circumstellar Wind Interaction in the Type~IIn Supernova 1998S
E.J. Lentz, E. Baron, D. Branch (University of Oklahoma), P.H. Hauschildt (University of Georgia), C. Fransson, P. Lundqvist (Stockholm Observatory), P. M. Garnavich, R. P. Kirshner (CfA), SINS Team
47.09 Palomar and Lick Observatory Photographic Supernova Spectra
D. Casebeer, M. Blaylock, J. Deaton, D. Branch, E. Baron, D. Richardson (Oklahama U.), C. Ancheta (San Diego State)
47.10 The Distribution of High and Low Redshift Supernovae
D. A. Howell, L. Wang, J. C. Wheeler (The University of Texas)
47.11 Evolutionary Effects in Type Ia Supernovae
P. Hoeflich, J.C. Wheeler (Department of Astronomy, U of Texas at Austin), I. Dominguez (Dept. of Astronomy, University of Granada, Granada, Spain)
47.12 The Rise Times of Type Ia Supernovae
P. Nugent (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), Supernova Cosmology Project Collaboration
47.13 A Universal B-band Lightcurve for Type Ia Supernovae and Direct Evidence for the Expansion of the Universe
Gerson Goldhaber (LBNL and Center for Particle Astrophysics, Univ. of California at Berkeley), Supernova Cosmology Project Collaboration
47.14 Can Light Echoes Account for Type IIn Supernovae?
B. Roscherr, B.E. Schaefer (Yale University)
47.15 Asymmetrie in Core Collapse Supernovae
L. Wang, J.C. Wheeler, P. Hoeflich, A. Howell (University of Texas)
47.16 Multigroup Models of Core Collapse Supernovae
F. D. Swesty (U. Illinois)

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