AAS 198th Meeting, June 2001
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Session 89. Observing with the Upgraded Arecibo Telescope: Methods and Recent Results

Special Session Oral, Thursday, June 7, 2001, 2:00-3:30pm, C105

89.01 Observing with the Upgraded Arecibo Telescpe: An Introduction
K. O'Neil (Arecibo Observatory)
89.02 High Frequency Studies of Millisecond Pulsars, and Limits on Gravitational Radiation from Sagittarius A* Using the ``Pulsar Timing Array"
A. N. Lommen, D. C. Backer (UC Berkeley)
89.03 Observing OH Megamasers with the Upgraded Arecibo Telescope
J. Darling, R. Giovanelli (Cornell University)
89.04 Magnetic Fields and Kinetic Temperatures in the Diffuse Interstellar Gas
T. H. Troland (Physics & Astronomy Dept., Univ. of Kentucky), C. Heiles (Berkeley Astronomy Dept.)
89.05 Arecibo Mapping of HI in High--Velocity Clouds and Dwarf Galaxies
T. Robishaw, J.D. Simon, L. Blitz, C.E. Heiles (University of California at Berkeley)
89.06 Radar Imaging of Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto with the Upgraded Arecibo 13 cm Radar
L.J. Harcke, H.A. Zebker, G.L. Tyler, R.A. Simpson (Stanford University), S.J. Ostro (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), J.K. Harmon (NAIC/Arecibo Observatory)
89.07 Recent Radar Observations of Four Near-Earth Asteroids
L. A. M. Benner (JPL/Caltech), M. C. Nolan (Arecibo Observatory/NAIC), J.-L. Margot (Caltech), J. D. Giorgini (JPL/Caltech), R. S. Hudson (Washington State University), R. F. Jurgens, S. J. Ostro (JPL/Caltech)

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