AAS 198th Meeting, June 2001
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Session 62. Optical Interferometry II - SIM, TPF

Display, Wednesday, June 6, 2001, 10:00am-7:00pm, Exhibit Hall

62.01 Astrometric Grid and Reference Stars for the Space Interferometry Mission
S. Frink, A. Quirrenbach (UCSD), D.A. Fischer (UCB)
62.02 Astrophysics of Reference Frame Tie Objects
D. A. Boboltz, K. J. Johnston, A. L. Fey, R. A. Gaume, N. Zacharias (U.S. Naval Obs.)
62.03 Preliminary Results of the Grid Giant Star Survey (GGSS) for the Space Interferometry Mission (SIM) Astrometric Grid
J. Rhee, C. L. Slesnick, J. D. Crane, A. A. Polak, R. J. Patterson, S. R. Majewski (UVa), A. Kundu (Yale), W. E. Kunkel (LCO), D. Geisler, R. Munoz, J. Arenas, J. Seguel, W. Gieren (U. Concepcion), V. V. Smith (UTEP), G. F. Benedict (McDonald Obs.), K. V. Johnston (Wesleyan)
62.04 Astrometric Error Estimates with Limited Bandwidth in SIM
X. Pan, S. Shaklan, S. Unwin (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
62.05 Observing Scenarios and Throughput Estimates for the Space Interferometry Mission
J. H. Catanzarite (Interferometry Science Center, Caltech), M. Shao, S. C. Unwin, M. Milman (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
62.06 Planet Detection Times for Several TPF Architectures
W. A. Traub, M. J. Kuchner (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
62.07 The Confusion Limit on Astrometry with SIM
J. Rajagopal, T. Boeker, R.J. Allen (STScI)
62.08 SIM Search for Terrestrial Planets
D.A. Fischer, G.W. Marcy, B.R. Oppenheimer (UC Berkeley), A. Quirrenbach, S. Frink (UC San Diego), D.G. Monet (USNO), J. Scargle (NASA-Ames), R.P. Butler (Carnegie Institution of Washington)
62.09 Combining Astrometric and Radial Velocity Techniques for Detecting Outer Planets
J. A. Eisner, S. R. Kulkarni (Astronomy Department, California Institute of Technology)
62.10 Followup Photometry and Spectroscopy of SIM Grid Giant Star\\Candidates
D. Geisler, J. Arenas, W. Gieren (Universidad de Concepcion), V. Smith (University of Texas at El Paso), S. Majewski (University of Virginia)
62.11 Masses and Luminosities of X-Ray Binaries from the Space Interferometry Mission
J.A. Tomsick, A. Quirrenbach, S. Frink (University of California, San Diego)
62.12 Open and Globular Cluster Distances for Stellar, Galactic, and Extragalactic Astrophysics
G. Worthey (St. Ambrose University)
62.13 Taking Measure of the Milky Way
S. R. Majewski (U. Virginia), J. N. Bahcall (IAS), D. Geisler, W. Gieren (U. Concepcion), E. Grebel (MPIfA), C. Grillmair (IPAC), M. Irwin (Cambridge U.), K. V. Johnston (Wesleyan U.), R. J. Patterson (U. Virginia), I. N. Reid (STScI), D. Spergel, S. Tremaine (Princeton U.)
62.14 The MASSIF Effort: Determining Masses for the Milky Way's Residents
T.J. Henry (Georgia State University), G.F. Benedict (McDonald Observatory), O.G. Franz (Lowell Observatory), MASSIF Team
62.15 Binary Black Holes, Accretion Disks, and Relativistic Jets: Photocenters of Nearby AGN and Quasars
A.E. Wehrle (Interferometry Science Center, JPL/Caltech), D.L. Jones, D.L. Meier (JPL), B.G. Piner (Whittier College), S.C. Unwin (JPL)

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