AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 9. Ground Based Instrumentation

Display, Monday, May 31, 1999, 9:20am-6:30pm, Southwest Exhibit Hall

9.01 A Procedure for Calibration of Visibility Data Obtained with Long Baseline Optical-IR Interferometers
F.P. Schloerb, R.S. Millan-Gabet (U. Massachusetts), W.A. Traub (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)
9.02 A Prototype Fringing Spectrograph for Sensitive Extra-solar Planet Searches and Astroseismology studies
D. Erskine, J. Ge (LLNL)
9.03 Next Generation Ground-based Very High Resolution Optical and Infrared Spectrographs for Extra-solar Planet Searches
J. Ge, D. Ciarlo, P. Kuzmenko, C. Alcock, B. Macintosh, C. Max, W. van Breugel, K. Cook, D. Gavel, S. Olivier, H. Friedman (LLNL), R. Angel, N. Woolf, M. Lloyd-Hart, D. McCarthy (UA), R. Fugate (SOR), J. Najita (NOAO), J.R. Graham (UCB)
9.04 Progress Report on the RIT-Yale Tip-Tilt Speckle Imaging System
E. Horch, Z. Ninkov (Rochester Inst. Tech.), W. van Altena (Yale U.)
9.05 Possibilities and Performance of Multi-conjugate Adaptive Optics
T. Berkefeld (Max-Planck-Institut f\"ur Astronomie)
9.06 ROLO Multi-Color Observations in the Visible and Near-IR
J.M. Anderson (USGS)
9.07 Progress and Recent Results from the Solar Tower Atmospheric Cherenkov Effect Experiment (STACEE)
C.E. Covault, M.C. Chantell, Z. Conner, M. Dragovan, S. Oser, R.A. Ong, R.A. Scalzo (EFI, Univ. Chicago), D. Bhattacharya, T.O. Tumer, J.A. Zweerink (IGPP, UCR), L. Boone, D.A. Williams (SCIPP, UCSC), D.T. Gregorich (Dept. Physics \& Astron. Cal State Univ., LA), D.S. Hanna, K. Ragan, C.G. Theoret (Dept. Physics, McGill Univ.), R. Mukherjee (Dept. Physics \& Astron., Barnard College \& Columbia Univ.)
9.08 SPARO: The Submillimeter Polarimeter for Antarctic Remote Observing
D. T. Chuss, G. Novak, T. Renbarger (Northwestern University), J.L. Dotson (NASA Ames Research Center), J.L. Hanna, P.S. Malhotra (Northwestern University)
9.09 Astronomical Observations from the Air Force Maui Optical Station (AMOS)
J. V. Lambert, J. L. Africano, D. L. Talent, P. F. Sydney, V. SooHoo (Boeing North American), D. L. Nishimoto (Oceanit), P. W. Kervin (Air Force Research Lab)
9.10 Performance of The Meyer Binocular Telescope at Mt.Evans Observatory
R.E. Stencel (Univ. Denver Observatories), E.T. Meyer (The Meyer Foundation)
9.11 Atmospheric Atomic Emissions in Keck/HIRES Night Sky Spectra
D. L. Huestis, P. C. Cosby, T. G. Slanger (SRI International), D. E. Osterbrock, R. Waters (U. C. Observatories, Lick Observatory)
9.12 Next Generation Optical Spectrograph for NOAO
S. C. Barden, C. Harmer, T. Armandroff, A. Dey, B. Jannuzi (N.O.A.O.)
9.13 Volume-Phase Holographic Gratings for Astronomical Spectrographs
J. A. Arns, W. S. Colburn (Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc.), S. C. Barden, J. B. Williams (N.O.A.O.)
9.14 Opening a New Window on the Universe: High-Resolution, Long-Wavelength Radio Astronomy
N. E. Kassim (NRL), R. A. Perley (NRAO), W. C. Erickson (U.MD, NRL), T. J. W. Lazio (NRL)
9.15 The Large Millimeter Telescope (LMT)
J.W.M. Baars (LMT Project-UMass/INAOE), L. Carrasco (INAOE), F.P. Schloerb (FCRAO/UMass)
9.16 Vision thresholds revisited
R. H. Garstang (JILA, Univ. Colo.)

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