AAS 198th Meeting, June 2001
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Session 48. YSOs

Display, Tuesday, June 5, 2001, 10:00am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall

48.01 The Optical Proper Motions of HH 7-11 and HH 377 (Cep E)
A. Noriega-Crespo (SIRTF Science Center, California Institute of Technology), P. M. Garnavich (University of Notre Dame)
48.02 Mid-Infrared Imaging of the Class 0 Binary L 1448N(AB)
D. R. Ciardi, J. P. Williams, C. M. Telesco, R. S. Fisher, C. Packham, J. T. Radomski (University of Florida)
48.03 PSC4158+2805: A young star with a large edge-on disk and a bipolar jet!
F. Menard, C. Dougados, E. Magnier, J.-C. Cuillandre, G. Fahlman, T. Forveille, O. Lai, N. Manset, P. Martin, C. Veillet (CFHT)
48.04 Multi-wavelength analysis of IRAS 23011+6126 and its young embedded outflow.
A. Moro-Martin (Steward Observatory), A. Noriega-Crespo (SIRTF Science Center, Caltech), S. Molinari (IPAC, Caltech), L. Testi (Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri), J. Cernicharo (Instituto de Estructura de la Materia, CSIC), A. Sargent (Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy, Caltech)
48.05 A Detailed Picture of the YSO IRAS 22272+6358A
M. E. Ressler, D. M. Cole (JPL/Caltech)
48.06 A Mid-IR Study of the L1641-N Region with ISOCAM
B. Ali (IPAC/Caltech), A. Noriega-Crespo (SSC/IPAC/Caltech)
48.07 A Large-scale Unbiased Survey for Outflows in Molecular Clouds with Embedded IRAS Sources
J. C. O'Linger (SIRTF Science Center/Caltech), G. A. Wolf-Chase (University of Chicago/Adler Planetarium)
48.08 Spectroscopy and imaging of the circumstellar dust around Young Stellar Objects.
J.E. Kessler, G.A. Blake (California Institute of Technology)
48.09 Observations of Volatile Organic Molecules in Preplanetary Disks Around Herbig AeBe Stars
S. D. Brittain, T. W. Rettig (University of Notre Dame)
48.10 Old Faithful: Simulation-Based Investigation of an Episodic Jet Formation Model
S. Matt (Univ. of Washington Astronomy Dept.), A. Goodson, R. Winglee (Univ. of Washington Geophysics Dept.), K.H. Bohm (Univ. of Washington Astronomy Dept.)
48.11 Variability of Pre-Main Sequence Stars in NGC 2264
R. B. Makidon (STScI), M. T. Adams (Univ. of Texas, McDonald Observatory), L. M. Rebull (NASA/JPL), S. E. Strom (NOAO)
48.12 HST/WFPC2 image of the Orion Nebula in the U and B bands
M. Robberto (ESA/Space Telescope Science Institute), S. V. W. Beckwith, R. B. Makidon (Space Telescope Science Institute), N. Panagia (ESA/Space Telescope Science Institute)
48.13 Rotational Evolution of Young Low-Mass Stars in the Orion Nebula Cluster
L. M. Rebull (NRC/NASA-JPL)
48.14 Thin Structure Formation in an Accretion Disk's Magnetosphere
D.A. Uzdensky (Univ. of Chicago)
48.15 Structure Formation through the Magnetorotational and Parker Instabilities in Protoplanetary Disks
K. Noguchi (T-CNLS, LANL), T. Tajima (IFS, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Texas, Austin, LLNL), W. Horton (IFS, Dept. of Physics, Univ. of Texas)
48.16 A Diffraction-Limited Keck Multiplicity Survey of the Lowest Mass T Tauri Stars in Taurus-Auriga: Evidence for a Separation Dependent Mass Ratio Distribution
A. M. Ghez (UCLA), R. J. White (U. Texas), D. J. Sand (Caltech)
48.17 Polarimetry of Binary Classical T TAURI Stars
N. Peretto (UJF, Grenoble), F. Menard (CFHT), J.-L. Monin (LAOG, Obs. de Grenoble)
48.18 Radio Polarization and Astrometry Measurements of the T Tauri System
M. J Claussen (NRAO), A. L. Fey, K. J. Johnston, R. A. Gaume (USNO)
48.19 Photometric and Astrometric Effects of Spots on T Tauri Stars
A. Donar, W. Herbst (Wesleyan University)
48.20 FGS/HST Measurements of PMS Binaries
M. Simon (SUNY-SB), S.T. Holfeltz, E.P. Nelan, G. Schaefer (STScI)

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