AAS 203rd Meeting, January 2004
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Session 35 HAD III

Division Oral, Monday, January 5, 2004, 2:00-3:30pm, Regency V

35.01 The Latitude and Epoch for the Origin of the Astronomical Lore of Eudoxus
B. E. Schaefer (Louisiana S. U.)
35.02 First Description of Discrete Stars Composing the Milky Way in Thomas Watson’s Hekatompathia (1582)
E. L. Altschuler (Mt. Sinai School of Medicine), W. Jansen (Independent Scholar)
35.03 Galileo's Telescopy and Jupiter's Tablet
P.D. Usher (Penn State)
35.04 Lowell’s Martian ``Canals’’ in the Light of Modern CCD Imaging
C. M. Gaskell (Univ. Nebraska), T. A. Dobbins (ALPO)
35.05 What Happened to the Amateurs After Professionalization? The Amateurization of Astronomy in Britain and the United States
T. R. Williams (Rice University)
35.06 Remeasuring the Alignment of the Nantucket Meridian Line
P.B. Boyce (Maria Mitchell Obs.), A. Davis (SUNY at Plattsburgh and Maria Mitchell Obs.)
35.07 Satellite Imagery Measures of the Astronomically Aligned Megaliths at Nabta Playa
T.G. Brophy (EMCS Consulting), P.A. Rosen (California Institute of Technology)

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