Wednesday, January 11, 2006 Wednesday, January 11, 2006
  Invited Talks are in Ballroom/Salon 2.  Posters are in the Exhibit Hall            
7:30 Speaker Ready Room, 7:30am-5pm, North Carolina    
8:00 Registration 8:00am-5:00pm, Registration Desk            
8:30 Invited Session 108. NSF's Role in the Future of Astronomy, Michael Turner,  NSF, 8:30am-9:20am, Ballroom/Salon 2 
9:20 Job Center 9:20am-5:00pm, Park Tower 8222    
  Cyber Cafe 9:20am-6:30pm, Mezzanine Level Marriott Foyer  
  Gadgets and Gizmos 9:20am-5:00pm, Cotillion Foyer    
  Coffee Break, Exhibits and Posters, 9:20am-6:30pm, Exhibit Hall
109. Professional Development for Teachers   110. Space-based Extra-Solar Planets: MOST, SPITZER, KEPLER, MPF   111. Solar Activity   112. Going Shallow, Going Deep: Clusters   113. Dwarf Galaxies   114. Massive Binaries   115. JWST   116. The Black Hole-Spheroid Relation and Mergers   117. SIM   118. TPF Instrumentation   119. The Dirty Side of the ISM - Theory and Dust   120. Intergalactic Medium and Absorption Line Systems   121. Pan-STARRS   122. Variable Stars   123. RAVE   124. Cool Stars   125. HST WFC3  
126. Dark Matter, Dark Energy and Neutrinos   127. Polarization and Magnetic Fields in AGN   128. (Extra) Galactic Globular Clusters   129. SOFIA   130. The HST Survey of the Orion Nebula Cluster   131. Galactic Astronomy in the SDSS   132. Views of the Magellanic Clouds Across Wavelengths   133. The Milky Way   134. Irregular Galaxies   135. A New Look at Andromeda   136. Long Wavelength Array   137. Square Kilometer Array   138. Galaxy Interactions and Star Formation   139. Entropy, Convection and Cluster Properties   140. Spitzer Studies of AGN   141. Blazars and AGN Variability   142. Gravitational Lensing   143. Gravity Waves 
  Ballroom/Salon2 Maryland Virginia Delaware A Delaware B Salon 1 Salon 3 Wilson A/B Balcony A Balcony B Balcony C/D

HEAD 144 Part I. Dark Energy

HEAD 144 Part II. TeV Astronomy

Special Session 145. Views of the Magellanic Clouds Across Wavelengths  Special Session 146. The HST Survey of the Orion Nebula Cluster  Special Session 147. Galactic Astronomy in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey  148. Local Benchmarks of Galaxy Evolution  149. AGN: Host Galaxies and Clustering  150. Source Surveys, Catalogs, Databases and Swift Observations  151. GRB: Theory, X-rays, and Catalogs  152. Cosmology, Early Universe, Cosmic Distance Scale II  153. Space Missions: Exoplanets, Swift/UVOT and Suzaku  154. Planetesimals, Protostellar Disks and Cosmic Rays 
11:30 Break 11:30-11:40am  
11:40 Invited Session 155. Using the Tools of Science to Teach Science,  Carl E. Wieman, University of Colorado, 11:40am-12:30pm, Ballroom/Salon 2 
12:30 Lunch Break 12:30-2:00  
1:00 NSF Town Meeting
Wednesday, 1:00-2:00pm, Salon 2 
JWST Town Meeting
Wednesday, 1:00-2:00pm, Salon 1 
Wednesday, 1:00-2:00pm, Salon 3
2:00 Special Session 156. Education and Public Outreach for NASA's Universe  157. The Universe at High Redshift  158. GRB: Short Bursts and Panchromatic Observations  Special Session 159. Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA)  Special Session 160. Astronomy Visualization: The State of the Art  161. AGN: The Innermost Kiloparsecs, the NLR and LINERs  162. X-ray and Gamma ray Observations of Clusters of Galaxies  163. Star Formation Grab Bag I  164. Extra-galactic ISM - Near to Far  165. Young Stellar Clusters and Friends  166. Extrasolar Planets Formation and Detection 
  Ballroom/Salon2 Maryland Virginia Delaware A Delaware B Salon 1 Salon 3 Wilson A/B Balcony A Balcony B Balcony C/D
3:30 Break 3:30-3:40pm  
3:40 Invited Session 167. Heineman Prize Lectures,   3:40-4:30pm, Ballroom/Salon 2 
  Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, George Efstathiou, IoA, UK Large-scale Simulation of the Galaxy/AGN Population, Simon D. M. White, MPI fur Astrophysik
4:30 Invited Session 168. Rossi Prize: Supernova Gamma-Ray Burst Connection,  Stan Woosley, University of California, Santa Cruz, 4:30-5:20pm, Ballroom/Salon 2 
7:15 Banquet, 7:15-9:30pm, Cotillion Ballroom