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American Astronomical Society, Pasadena, California
JUNE 3 - 7, 2001
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1. Chandra Observations of the Eastern Limb of the Vela Supernova Remnant
P.P. Plucinsky, R.J. Edgar, T.J. Gaetz (CfA), W.P. Blair (JHU), P.O. Slane, R. Smith (CfA)

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2. Chandra X-Ray Center (CXC) Booth at the AAS

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3. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Shown are panelists Kimberly Weaver, Giuseppina Fabbiano & Andreas Zezas.

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4. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Pictured: M82 in optical & X-ray.

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5. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Panelists Andreas Zezas, Andrew Ptak & Edward Colbert address the press.

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6. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Pictured: NGC 253 in optical & X-ray

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7. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Pictured: Antennae in optical & X-ray

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8. Press Conference at the AAS: Chandra Sees Wealth Of Black Holes In Star-Forming Galaxies. Scientists K. Weaver, G. Fabbiano, A. Zezas, A. Ptak, E. Colbert wrap up the press conference.

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9. Press Conference at the AAS: Star Factory Near Galactic Center Bathed In High-Energy X-Rays. Professor Farhad Zadeh of Northwestern University discusses how he and his collaborators used NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to trace the gas around the Arches cluster, a well-studied region of star formation that is home to some of our Galaxy's largest and youngest stars.

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10. Press Conference at the AAS: Star Factory Near Galactic Center Bathed In High-Energy X-Rays. Professor Farhad Zadeh shows the Chandra X-ray image of the Arches cluster to the audience.

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11. Press Conference at the AAS: Star Factory Near Galactic Center Bathed In High-Energy X-Rays. F. Zadeh wraps up the Arches press conference at the AAS.

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12. Chandra Multiwavelength Plane (ChaMPlane) Survey: Photometry, Spectroscopy and X-ray Results for the Field Containing GRO J0422+32 P. Zhao, J.E. Grindlay, P. Edmonds, M.R. Garcia, J.E. McClintock (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), H. Cohn, P. Lugger, S. Slavin (Indiana U.)

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13. Survey of UV Absorption Line Data of the Galactic Plane J. Nichols, J. Slavin, C. Anderson (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA)

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14. Source Characteristics in the Chandra Deep Field-North G. P. Garmire, W. N. Brandt, A. E. Hornschemeier, A. B. Garmire (Penn State), P. S. Broos (Penn state)

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15. A CCD Color Comparison of Seyfert 1 and 2 Host Galaxies S.N. Virani (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), M.M. De Robertis (York U.)

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16. Ming Sun of the CfA points out the Chandra view of A1367

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17. Spatial Analysis of the X-ray Jet of 3C 273 D.A. Schwartz (CfA), H.L. Marshall (MIT), J. Drake, A. Fruscione, J. Grimes, D. Harris, R. Kraft, S.S. Murray, D. Pease, A. Siemiginowska, S. Vrtilek (CfA)

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