AAS 206th Meeting, 29 May - 2 June 2005
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Session 28. Formation and Fate of Stardust

Topical Session, Tuesday, 8:30-10:00am, 10:45am-12:30pm, 2:30-4:00pm, 4:15-6:00pm, May 31, 2005, 102 C

Associated Posters in Session 6.
28.01 Understanding the Fate of Dust Formed during the AGB phase -- The Role of Spitzer
W. B. Latter (NASA Herschel Science Center/Caltech)
28.02 Mineralogy of Dust in the Outflows of Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars
A. K. Speck (University of Missouri - Columbia)
28.03 Are There Debris Disks and Kuiper Belt Systems Around First Ascent Red Giants?
M. Jura (UCLA)
28.04 Near-death Transformation: Mass Ejection in Planetary Nebulae and Protoplanetary Nebulae
J.H. Kastner (Chester F. Carlson Center for Imaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology)
28.05 Dusty Circumstellar Nebulae of Luminous Evolved Stars: Eta Carinae, RY Scuti, and the LBVs
N. Smith (University of Colorado)
28.06 The Distribution of Circumstellar Dust in Luminous, Heavily Enshrouded Stars.
T.J. Jones (Univ. of Minnesota)
28.07 The Ejecta of Classical Nova Explosions: Dusty and Gas Phase Chemical Contributions to the ISM
R. D. Gehrz (Department of Astronomy, University of Minnesota)
28.08 X-ray Observations of Novae and Interstellar Matter
J. Krautter (Landessternwarte Heidelberg)
28.09 The Observations of Dust in Supernova Explosions
W.P.S. Meikle (Imperial College London)
28.10 BAG stars and Sakurai's Object
A. Evans (Keele University)
28.11 V838 Mon: Observations of the Light Echo in Circumstellar Dust
S. Starrfield (ASU)
28.12 On the Applications of the Kramers-Kronig Relation to Cosmic Dust
A. Li (University of Missouri-Columbia)
28.13 Stardust in the ISM
J. S. Mathis (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison)
28.14 Debris Disks
S. J. Kenyon (Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory)
28.15 Presolar Dust Grains from Primitive Meteorites: New Results from the Study of Submicron Grains
E. Zinner (Washington University)
28.16 Stardust in Comets
M. S. Hanner (UMass)
28.17 Spitzer observations of comets and zodiacal light
W. T. Reach (SSC/Caltech)

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