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American Astronomical Society Albuquerque, NM
June 2 - 6, 2002
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The 200th American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting was held in Albuquerque, NM, from June 2-6.

CHANDRA RESULTS FROM THE AAS:

Black Holes In Distant Galaxies Point To Wild Youth (04 June 02)
Astronomers Use X-Rays To Probe Gravitational Field Of A Neutron Star (06 June 02)


IMAGES FROM THE AAS
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1. Center of the Milky Way
Cornelia Lang of the University of Massachusetts presents Chandra findings on the center of our Milky Way galaxy to a local group of teachers and students.
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2. Center of the Milky Way
Cornelia Lang of the University of Massachusetts presents Chandra findings on the center of our Milky Way galaxy to a local group of teachers and students.
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3. Center of the Milky Way
Cornelia Lang of the University of Massachusetts presents Chandra findings on the center of our Milky Way galaxy to a local group of teachers and students.
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4. Center of the Milky Way
Cornelia Lang of the University of Massachusetts presents Chandra findings on the center of our Milky Way galaxy to a local group of teachers and students.
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5. 40th Anniversary of X-ray Astronomy
Herbert Gursky (US Naval Research Lab.) reminisced on the rocket flight that launched X-ray astronomy on June 12, 1962.
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6. 40th Anniversary of X-ray Astronomy
Jean Swank of GSFC informs the audience about X-ray astronomy's role in understanding Einstein's theory of General Relativity.
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7. 40th Anniversary of X-ray Astronomy
Richard Griffiths (Carnegie Mellon) reports the detection of the faintest known X-ray sources in surveys with Chandra and XMM-Newton .
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8. 40th Anniversary of X-ray Astronomy
Carnegie Observatories's John Mulchaey describes how XMM-Newton results are helping to further the understanding of dark matter.
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9. 40th Anniversary of X-ray Astronomy
Craig Sarazin (UVa) reported the discovery of numerous X-ray binary stars in elliptical galaxies with Chandra.
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AAS January 2001 | AAS June 2001 | AAS January 2002 | AAS June 2002
AAS January 2003 | AAS June 2004 | AAS January 2005 | AAS January 2011


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