AAS 206th Meeting, 29 May - 2 June 2005
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Session 45. Supernovae Observations and Theory

Poster, Wednesday, 10:00am-7:00pm, Thursday, 9:20am-2:00pm, June 1, 2005, Ballroom A

45.01 HST UV Observations of Hubble-Flow Type Ia Supernovae
L. Wang, G. Aldering (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), A. V. Filippenko (University of California, Berkeley), P. Challis (CfA, Harvard), P. Nugent (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), W. Li (University of California, Berkeley), T. Matheson (NOAO), A. Howell (University of Toronto)
45.02 Type Ia Supernovae as Standard Candles of Measurement
M. Chiacchio, V. Chakrapani (Hampton University)
45.03 Toward a Non-Steady Subgrid Flame Model for Turbulent Thermonuclear Combustion (cont.)
J. Zhang, O. E. B. Messer, T. Plewa, A. M. Khokhlov (Univ. of Chicago)
45.04 An Optical Afterglow Model for Bright Linear Type II Supernovae
D. D. Smith, T. R. Young, T. A. Johnson (Physics Dept, University of North Dakota)
45.05 Statistical Equations For Determining Parameters For Type II Plateau Supernovae Light Curves
T.A. Johnson, T.R. Young (University of North Dakota)
45.06 The Effects of Mass Transfer on Massive AGB Stars
T.M. Lawlor (Penn State University Wilkes-Barre), J. MacDonald (University of Delaware), T.R. Young (University of North Dakota)
45.07 Does Metallicity Affect the Fate of Massive Stars?
R. Covarrubias, J. Dalcanton (University of Washington), M. Hamuy (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution of Washington)
45.08 The Effects of Rotation on Spherical Accretion Shock Instability
A. ud-Doula, J. Blondin (Dept. of Physics, NCSU)
45.09 Core-Collapse Simulations with Neutrino-Nucleus Inelastic Scattering and Pair Production by Nuclear De-excitation.
R.D. Tejedor, S.W. Bruenn (Florida Atlantic University)
45.10 The Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS)
A. Habig (Univ. of Minnesota Duluth), SNEWS Collaboration
45.11 Preliminary Results from the ESSENCE Project
G. Miknaitis (University of Washington), C. Aguilera (CTIO/NOAO), B. Barris (IfA/UH), A. C. Becker (UW), S. Blondin (ESO), P. Challis (CfA), R. Chornock (UCB), A. Clocchiatti (PUC), R. Covarrubias (UW), A. V. Filippenko (UCB), P. Garnavich (NDU), M. Hicken (CfA/Harvard), S. Jha (UCB), R. P. Kirshner (CfA/Harvard), K. Krisciunas (NDU), B. Leibundgut (ESO), W. D. Li (UCB), T. Matheson (NOAO), A. Miceli (UW), J. L. Prieto (OSU), A. Rest (CTIO/NOAO), A. G. Riess (STScI), M. E. Salvo, B. P. Schmidt (ANU), R. C. Smith (CTIO/NOAO), J. Sollerman (Stockholm Obs.), J. Spyromilio (ESO), C. Stubbs (CfA/Harvard), N. B. Suntzeff (CTIO/NOAO), J. L. Tonry (IfA/UH), W. M. Wood-Vasey (CfA/Harvard)
45.12 Spectral Properties of High-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae - Expansion Velocities
W. M. Wood-Vasey (CfA), S. Blondin (ESO), T. Matheson (NOAO), R. J. Foley, R. Chornock, A. V. Filippenko (UCB), B. Leibundgut (ESO), R. C. Smith (CTIO/NOAO), J. Sollerman (Stockholm), J. Spyromilio (ESO), R. P. Kirshner (CfA), A. Clocchiatti (PUC), ESSENCE Collaboration
45.13 Type Ia Supernova Energetics
A. C. Calder, J. W.. Truran, O. E. B. Messer, F. Peng, I. R. Seitenzahl (University of Chicago), E. F. Brown (Michigan State University), C. Dreier (Oberlin College), D. Q. Lamb (University of Chicago)

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