AAS 206th Meeting, 29 May - 2 June 2005
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Session 6. Formation and Fate of Stardust

Poster, Monday, 9:20am-6:30pm, Tuesday, 10:00am-7:00pm, May 30, 2005, Ballroom A

Associated with Topical Session 28.
6.01 The Silicate Spectrum of HIP 8920's Debris Dust
A. J. Weinberger (Carnegie, DTM), I. Song (Gemini Observatory), B. Zuckerman, E. E. Becklin (UCLA)
6.02 Observations of Carbon Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud with the Infrared Spectrograph on the Spitzer Space Telescope
G. C. Sloan (Cornell), K. E. Kraemer (AFRL), M. Matsuura (Univ. of Manchester), S. D. Price (AFRL), P. R. Wood (Mt. Stromlo Obs.), M. P. Egan (AFRL)
6.03 Dust around evolved stars in the Magellanic Clouds
B. Reid, A. Speck, R. Dijkstra (University of Missouri - Columbia)
6.04 Mineralogy of Dust Around O-rich AGB Stars – The “13um” Feature
K. DePew (University of Missouri-Columbia)
6.05 The Nature and Evolution of Silicon Carbide in the Outflows of Carbon Stars
G. D. Thompson, A. K. Speck (University of Missouri - Columbia), A. M. Hofmeister (WUSTL)
6.06 Modeling Periodic Mass-loss Changes in the Fossil Shells around Post-AGB Stars
J. Tartar, A. Speck (University Of Missouri), M. Meixner (Space Telescope Science Institute), M. Elitzur (University of Kentucky)
6.07 Are presolar dust grains from novae actually from supernovae?
L. R. Nittler (Carnegie Instituion of Washington), P. Hoppe (Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany)
6.08 Spitzer's view on dust formation by mass-losing stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud
F. Kemper (University of Virginia), R. Szczerba (NCAC Torun, Poland), S. D. Van Dyk (IPAC/CalTech), M. Meixner (STScI)
6.09 Infrared Observations of Dust Emission Around Nearby Supernovae
B.E.K. Sugerman (STScI), SEEDS Collaboration
6.10 X-ray Imaging of Planetary Nebulae with Wolf-Rayet-type Central Stars
J.H. Kastner (Rochester Institute of Technology), R. Montez (University of Rochester), O. De Marco (American Museum of National History), N. Soker (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel)

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