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First Name Last Name Proposal Type Institution Country Science Category Title
Nahum Arav AR UC Davis United States AGN/Quasars AGN outflows: Ionization Equilibrium and Abundances in Seyfert UV absorbers
John Bahcall GO Institute for Advanced Study United States Hot Stars Observing the Next Nearby Supernova
Jack Baldwin AR Michigan State University United States AGN/Quasars Probing the High Redshift Universe with Quasar Emission Lines
Bruce Balick GO University of Washington United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Outflow Collimation in Bipolar Symbiotic Nebulae
John Bally GO University of Colorado United States Star Formation Are there Large Dust Grains in Orion's Proto-Planetary Disks?
Jill Bechtold GO Steward Observatory United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Molecular Hydrogen in the Damped LyAlpha Absorber of Q1331+170
Jill Bechtold GO Steward Observatory United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM The Pattern of Heavy Element Abundances in a Damped LyAlpha Galaxy
Robert Becker GO University of California, Davis United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Identifying Damped Lyman-alpha Galaxies at z~1
James Bell GO Cornell University United States Solar System A Global Search for Alteration Minerals on Mars
G. Fritz Benedict AR University of Texas at Austin United States Cold Stars Calibrating the Optical Field Angle Distortions of FGS1r
G. Fritz Benedict GO University of Texas United States Cold Stars FGS Astrometry of the Extrasolar Planet of Epsilon Eridani
Philip Bennett GO University of Colorado United States Cold Stars Mapping the Chromosphere of the K Supergiant in the Eclipsing Binary 31 Cygni
Matthew Bershady GO University of Wisconsin-Madison United States Galaxies Galaxy Mass and the Fate of Luminous, Blue Compact Galaxies at z~0.6
Francesco Bertola GO Dipartimento di Astronomia, Universita di Padova Italy Galaxies Accurate determination of the BH mass in early-type disk galaxies
Luciana Bianchi GO The Johns Hopkins University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter The UV interstellar extinction in nearby galaxies: M33
John Biretta GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars Proper Motions in Extragalactic Optical Jets
William P. Blair GO The Johns Hopkins University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Transition from Non-radiative to Radiative Shocks in the Cygnus Loop
Torsten Boeker SNAP Space Telescope Science Institute United States Galaxies A Census of Nuclear Star Clusters in Late-Type Spiral Galaxies: II - Spectroscopy and Stellar Populations
Howard E. Bond AR Space Telescope Science Institute United States Stellar Populations Post-AGB Stars and the Population II Distance Ladder
Howard E. Bond GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Hot Stars Sakurai's Novalike Object: Real-Time Monitoring of a Stellar Thermal Pulse
Howard E. Bond GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Hot Stars Dynamical Masses of White Dwarfs from Resolved Sirius-Like Binaries
David V. Bowen SNAP Princeton Observatory United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter A SNAPshot Survey of Absorption Lines from High Velocity Clouds in the Milky Way
Joel Bregman GO University of Michigan United States Galaxies Ultraluminous X-Ray Sources and Intermediate Mass Black Holes
Michael Brown GO Caltech United States Solar System A Search for Kuiper Belt Object Satellites
Thomas M. Brown GO Goddard Space Flight Center United States Stellar Populations The Late Evolution of Low-Mass Stars: a Deep UV Color-Magnitude Diagram of M32
Thomas M. Brown GO Goddard Space Flight Center United States Galaxies Star Formation Triggers and Chemical Reprocessing in I Zw 18
Martin Bureau GO Sterrewacht Leiden The Netherlands Galaxies Black Holes and Bars: A Recipe for Making Bulges?
Nuria Calvet GO Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory United States Star Formation Accretion in the planet-forming disks of the TW Hya association
Daniela Calzetti GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Galaxies Calibrating Star Formation: The Impact of Environment
Andrew Cameron GO University of St Andrews United Kingdom Cold Stars The densely spotted photospheres of active cool stars
Rupali Chandar AR The Johns Hopkins University United States Stellar Populations Are Young Globular Clusters Forming in Quiescent Spiral Galaxies?
Scott Chapman GO Carnegie Observatories United States Galaxies Using Optically Faint Radio Sources to Pinpoint Dusty Proto-galaxies
David Charbonneau GO Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics United States Star Formation Direct Detection of an Extrasolar Planet in Reflected Light
Jane Charlton AR The Pennsylvania State University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Looking Out From the Galaxy
Andrew Connolly AR University of Pittsburgh United States Galaxies Galaxy Spectral Energy Distributions at High Redshift
James Cordes GO Cornell University United States Hot Stars Evolution of the Bow Shock in the Guitar Nebula
Romano Corradi GO Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes Spain ISM and Circumstellar Matter Expansion distances to the symbiotic Miras He 2-104 and He 2-147
Arlin Crotts AR Columbia University United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Transverse Structure in the Lyman Alpha Forest and a Program to Measure the Cosmological Constant
Arlin Crotts GO Columbia University United States Hot Stars The UV Light Echo of Shock Breakout During SN 1987A
Dale Cruikshank GO Ames Research Center United States Solar System Composition of Saturn's rings, and its variation with location
Kris Davidson GO University of Minnesota United States Hot Stars Critical spectroscopic variations in Eta Carinae
Constantine Deliyannis GO Indiana University, Department of Astronomy United States Cold Stars Boron Constraints on Slow Mixing in Low Mass Stars
Constantine Deliyannis GO Indiana University United States Cold Stars Boron in G64-12: Higher Big Bang Lithium or Signature of the Nu-Process?
S. George Djorgovski SNAP California Institute of Technology United States AGN/Quasars A Snapshot Survey of the Optically Selected Type-2 Quasars
Andrew Dolphin AR National Optical Astronomy Observatories United States Galaxies Properties of Young Clusters in Spiral Galaxies
Laurent Drissen GO Universite Laval Canada Hot Stars Physical Parameters of the Erupting Luminous Blue Variable NGC 2363-V1
Philip Dufton GO Queen's University of Belfast United Kingdom Hot Stars The iron abundance in the Magellanic Clouds and Bridge
James Dunlop GO University of Edinburgh United Kingdom AGN/Quasars Measuring the masses of high-z quasar host galaxies
Harald Ebeling GO Institute for Astronomy United States Cosmology Measuring the mass distribution in the most distant, very X-ray luminous galaxy cluster known
Richard Ellis SNAP California Institute of Technology United States Cosmology Imaging the Host Galaxies of High Redshift Type Ia Supernovae
Debra Elmegreen AR Vassar College United States Galaxies Archival Study of Acoustic Nuclear Spirals in Galaxies
Thomas Erben GO Max-Planck-Institut f. Astrophysik Germany Cosmology Resolving the Puzzling Dark Mass Concentration in Abell 1942
Nancy Remage Evans GO Center for Astrophysics United States Cold Stars Cepheid Masses: Y Car
Robin Evans AR Gibbel Corporation United States Solar System Asteroid Trails in the HST Archive II
Emilio Falco GO Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory United States Cosmology HST Imaging of Gravitational Lenses
Paul D. Feldman GO The Johns Hopkins University United States Solar System Spectroscopic Imaging of the Atmosphere of Callisto
Henry Ferguson GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Galaxies Investigating the Formation History of Spiral Galaxy Halos
Pierre Ferruit GO CRAL -- Observatoire de Lyon France AGN/Quasars Probing the structure of the shocks in the narrow line region of M 51
Andrew Fruchter GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Galaxies The Origin and Physics of Gamma-Ray Bursts
Michael Garcia GO Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory United States Galaxies Black Hole X-ray Transients and X-ray Binaries in M31
Peter Garnavich SNAP University of Notre Dame United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Light Echos and the Nature of Type Ia Supernovae
Donald Garnett GO University of Arizona United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Giant H II Regions and the Connection with Starbursts and Diffuse Ionized Gas
Mike Gladders GO University of Toronto Canada Cosmology A New High-z Galaxy Cluster with Extraordinary Lensed Arcs From Multiple Sources
Carol Grady GO Eureka Scientific United States Star Formation T Tauri Star Coronagraphic Survey: A PMS Protoplanetary Disk Census
Michael Gregg SNAP University of California, Davis United States Galaxies A Next Generation Spectral Library of Stars
Jonathan Grindlay AR Harvard-Center for Astrophysics United States Stellar Populations A Complete Study of Binaries and X-ray Sources in the Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae
Paul Groot GO Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics United States Hot Stars The Distances to AM CVn stars
Edward Guinan GO Villanova University United States Cold Stars LMC Eclipsing Binaries with Cepheid Components: The Key to the Extragalactic Distance Scale
Edward Guinan GO Villanova University United States Cold Stars The Best Brown Dwarf Yet?: FGS Astrometry of the Companion to the Hyades Eclipsing Binary V471 Tau
Theodore Gull AR Goddard Space Flight Center United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Characterizing the CCD Spectroscopic Point Spread Function in STIS
Jules Halpern GO Columbia University United States Galaxies Tidal Disruption of Stars by Massive Black Holes in Galaxy Nuclei: After the Flare
Franccois Hammer GO DAEC, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon France Cosmology The nature of the most luminous star-forming galaxies in the redshift range 0.4 to 1.5
J. Patrick Harrington GO University of Maryland United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter NGC 2610: A Benchmark for Photoionization Physics
Thomas Harrison GO New Mexico State University United States Cold Stars FGS Parallaxes of Cataclysmic Variables: Understanding Their Peculiar Secondary Stars
Suzanne Hawley GO University of Washington United States Cold Stars Transition Region Emission in Very Low Mass Stars
Sara R. Heap GO Goddard Space Flight Center United States Cold Stars Solar UV Radiation and the Origin of Life on Earth
Jeff Hester GO Arizona State University United States Star Formation Evolution of Star Forming Environments in H II Regions
Dean C. Hines SNAP The University of Arizona United States AGN/Quasars Host Galaxies of Obscured QSOs Identified by 2MASS
Kenneth Hinkle GO NOAO United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter V605 Aql: Sakurai's older brother
Craig Hogan AR University of Washington United States Cosmology Demography of High Redshift Type Ia Supernovae and Their Progenitor Populations
Jay Holberg AR University of Arizona United States Hot Stars An Archive Analysis of a Decade of HST White Dwarf Spectra
Jon Holtzman AR New Mexico State University United States Stellar Populations Comparisons of Local Group Stellar Populations: Construction of a Public Database
Elliott Horch GO Rochester Institute of Technology United States Stellar Populations The Masses and Luminosities of Population II Stars
J. Christopher Howk GO The Johns Hopkins University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Understanding the Warm Ionized Medium of the Galactic Halo
Myungshin Im SNAP University of California, Santa Cruz United States Galaxies STIS UV Snapshot Observation of Nearby Star Forming Galaxies
Chris Impey GO University of Arizona United States AGN/Quasars Host Galaxies of Gravitationally Lensed Quasars
Chris Impey GO University of Arizona United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Quasar Absorbers and Large Scale Structure
Christopher Johns--Krull GO University of California United States Star Formation Resolving Molecular Hydrogen Disks Around T Tauri Stars. It’s grade was a
Stefan Jordan GO Universitaet Kiel Germany Hot Stars Calibrating convection efficiency with quasi-molecular features in magnetic white dwarfs
Michael Jura GO University of California, Los Angeles United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Circumstellar Gas Around HR 4796A
Erich Karkoschka GO University of Arizona United States Solar System Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy of Uranus and Neptune
Scott Kenyon GO Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory United States Hot Stars The Black Hole (?) in BG Gem
Ivan King GO University of California, Berkeley United States Stellar Populations Trigonometric Parallax of the Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae
Robert Kirshner GO Harvard College Observatory United States Hot Stars SINS: The Supernova INtensive Study--Cycle 10
Patricia Knezek GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Stellar Populations The Evolution of Extreme Gas Rich Galaxies
Gloria Koenigsberger GO UNAM-Instituto de Astronomia Mexico Hot Stars The Wind-Wind Interactions in HD 5980
David Koo AR University of California Observatories/Lick Observatory United States Cosmology HST + Keck Study of Disk Systems in Galaxy Cluster Cl0024+16 at Redshift z = 0.39
David Koo AR UCO/Lick Observatory, University of California, Santa Cruz United States Cosmology The Ages of Very Red Spheroids and Bulges and Associated Disks at Redshifts z ~ 0.8
Anuradha Koratkar SNAP Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars Variability in the UV Spectrum of 3C 279: Testing Models for the Gamma-Ray Emission in Blazars
Vladimir Krasnopolsky AR The Catholic University of America United States Solar System Middle Ultaviolet Spectroscopy of Pluto and Charon
Gerard Kriss GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars Simultaneous HST, Chandra and FUSE Observations of Intrinsic Absorbers in AGN
S. R. Kulkarni GO California Institute of Technology United States Galaxies Gamma-ray burst progenitors: probing their environment
Arunav Kundu AR Yale University United States Galaxies The Dynamical Evolution of the Globular Cluster System of M87
Stephen Lawrence AR Hofstra University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter HST Archival Imaging of the Light Echo of SN 1987A
Alain Lecavelier des Etangs GO Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, CNRS France Star Formation Spatial distribution of the gas inside the Beta Pic disk
Karen Leighly GO The University of Oklahoma United States AGN/Quasars Exploratory Observations of a New Bright Quasar
Claus Leitherer GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Galaxies An Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Survey of Star-Forming Galaxies in the Local Universe
Daniel Lennon GO Isaac Newton Group Telescopes United Kingdom Hot Stars Understanding high-redshift and starburst galaxies: A UV spectroscopic survey of B-stars in the SMC
Douglas Leonard GO University of California at Berkeley United States Cosmology The Cepheid Distance to NGC 1637: A Direct Comparison with the EPM Distance to SN 1999em
Mario Livio GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Cold Stars Imaging the Dust Disk around Epsilon Eridani
Peter Lundqvist GO Stockholm Observatory Sweden Hot Stars Spectrum and pulse profile of PSR 0656+14 in the near-UV
Jesus Maiz-Apellaniz GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Stellar Populations Objective-Prism Spectroscopy of Massive Young Clusters
Eliot Malumuth AR Raytheon ITSS/Goddard Space Flight Center United States Galaxies Using the HST Archive to Study the Optical Counterparts of Chandra X-ray Point Sources
Thomas Marsh GO Department of Physics and Astronomy, Southampton University United Kingdom Hot Stars The Evolution of Cataclysmic Variable Stars
Eduardo Martin GO Institute for Astronomy United States Cold Stars Fundamental properties of L-type dwarfs in binaries
Derck Massa GO Raytheon ITSS United States Cold Stars Determination of the Distances and Masses of 3 Galactic Cepheids
Philip Massey GO Lowell Observatory United States Hot Stars The Mass-Luminosity Relationship for High Mass Stars: Resolving the ‘Mass Discrepancy’ with HST
Melissa McGrath AR Space Telescope Science Institute United States Solar System Io's UV Emissions, 1994-1996
Bernard McNamara GO New Mexico State University United States Galaxies Getting to the Core of The Matter: The Inner Region of M15
William Merline GO Southwest Research Institute United States Solar System UV/Visible Spectroscopy of Asteroid 762 Pulcova and its Newly-discovered Moon
Eric Miller GO University of Michigan United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM ionO6 Gas as an Indicator of the Diffuse Web of Baryons
Felix Mirabel GO CEA-Service de Astrophysique France Hot Stars Is GRO J1655-40 a runaway Black Hole?
Edmund Nelan GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Hot Stars The Post-CE Status of the Massive WD Binary LB11146
Edmund Nelan SNAP Space Telescope Science Institute United States Hot Stars An Interferometric Harvest of Double Degenerates
Keith Noll SNAP Space Telescope Science Institute United States Solar System Photometry of a Statistically Significant Sample of Kuiper Belt Objects
M. Sean O'Brien GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Hot Stars Test of a New Observational Method for Stellar Seismology
Robert O'Connell GO University of Virginia United States Galaxies Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy of Super Star Clusters in the M82 Starbursts
C.R. O'Dell GO Vanderbilt University United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Fine Scale Temperature Fluctuations in Gaseous Nebulae
Deborah Padgett SNAP California Institute of Technology United States Star Formation Disks and Envelopes of Nearby Nebulous Young Stellar Objects: A Snapshot Survey
George Pavlov GO Pennsylvania State University United States Hot Stars The Spectrum and the Light Curve of the Nearest Millisecond Pulsar
Eric Perlman GO University of Maryland, Baltimore County United States AGN/Quasars The Structure and Physics of Extragalactic Jets
Saul Perlmutter GO Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory United States Cosmology Cosmological Parameters from Type Ia Supernovae at High Redshift
Max Pettini GO Institute of Astronomy United Kingdom Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM The z = 0.93 DLA in the Gravitationally Lensed QSO HE 0512-3329: a Test of Dust Bias in DLA Samples
Richard Pogge GO The Ohio State University United States AGN/Quasars STIS Spectrophotometry of Nearby Seyfert 2 Nuclei: Can we eliminate the Seyfert 2 class?
Kavan Ratnatunga AR Carnegie Mellon University United States Cosmology Cosmic Shear at Cosmological Distances
Michael Rauch AR Carnegie Observatories United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Constraints on the Metal Enrichment History from Observations of Highly Ionized Gas
Dieter Reimers GO Hamburger Sternwarte Germany Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Baryons in intermediate redshift (z > 1) OVI absorbers
R. Michael Rich GO University of California at Los Angeles United States Galaxies High Spatial Resolution Spectroscopy of the Massive Globular Cluster G1
Douglas Richstone GO University of Michigan United States Galaxies The Fundamental Plane for Nuclear Black Holes
Douglas Richstone GO University of Michigan United States Galaxies The Biggest Black Holes
Susan Ridgway AR The Johns Hopkins University United States AGN/Quasars Radio-Quiet Quasar Hosts from z = 0.3 to z = 3
Roger Romani AR Stanford University United States Hot Stars Diagnosing the UV Pulse of the Crab: HST Spectropolarimetry in Context
Roger Romani GO Stanford University United States Hot Stars The Thermal Glow of Gamma Ray Pulsars
Abhijit Saha AR NOAO United States Stellar Populations Faint Photometric Standard Fields for HST
Raghvendra Sahai GO Jet Propulsion Laboratory United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter A YSO-like pulsed astrophysical jet and bipolar nebula in a dying star: WFPC2/STIS study of He2-90
Raghvendra Sahai GO Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech United States Cold Stars High-Velocity Collimated Outflows and Equatorial Toroids in Cool Stars: A Study of V Hydrae and PI^1 Gru
Raghvendra Sahai SNAP Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Toward Understanding the Bipolar Geometries of Preplanetary Nebulae with High-Velocity Polar Flows
Kailash C. Sahu GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Stellar Populations A Census of Planets in the Globular Cluster M22 and the Galactic Bulge
Meena Sahu AR Goddard Space Flight Center United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Determining D/H Ratios and Physical Conditions in Local Interstellar Gas Using White Dwarf Probes
Vicki Sarajedini AR Wesleyan University United States AGN/Quasars AGN in the Groth Survey Strip: A Variability Study
Dimitar Sasselov AR Harvard-Center for Astrophysics United States Cosmology Pushing the limits of variable stars detection with HST
Brian Schmidt GO The Australian National University Australia Cosmology Tracing the Cosmic Expansion to z>1 with Type Ia Supernovae
Alfred Schultz GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Cold Stars High Speed Photometry of the Transiting Planet HD 209458b
Richard Shaw SNAP Space Telescope Science Institute United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Survey of the LMC Planetary Nebulae
Stephen Smartt GO Institute of Astronomy United Kingdom Hot Stars Direct imaging of the progenitors of massive, core-collapse supernovae
Stephen Smartt SNAP Institute of Astronomy United Kingdom Hot Stars An archive to detect the progenitors of massive, core-collapse supernovae
Paul Smith GO University of Arizona United States AGN/Quasars The Ultraviolet Properties of Obscured QSOs
David Soderblom GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States Cold Stars Completing the Astrometric Orbit for a Pair of Pre-Main Sequence Low-Mass Stars
John Spencer GO Lowell Observatory United States Solar System Io's Prometheus Plume, and the Composition and Spatial Distribution of Io's Atmosphere
Lawrence Sromovsky AR University of Wisconsin-Madison United States Solar System The structure of Neptune's zonal bands
Letizia Stanghellini GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Planetary Nebulae in the LMC: a study on stellar evolution and Populations.
Karl Stapelfeldt GO Jet Propulsion Laboratory United States Star Formation Resolving New Examples of, Edge-on Young Stellar Object Disks
Alan Stern GO Southwest Research Institute United States Solar System Observations of Comet Borrelly to Support the New Millennium/DS1 Flyby Occurring 23 September 2001
John Stocke AR University of Colorado, Boulder United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM Determining the Statistical Properties of the Local Ly-alpha Forest
John Tonry GO Institute for Astronomy United States Cosmology Cepheid Distances to Early-type Galaxies
Tommaso Treu AR Space Telescope Science Institute United States Cosmology The Fundamental Plane of field early-type galaxies from z~ 0.7 to z=0
Todd Tripp GO Princeton University Observatory United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM A Survey for Missing Baryons in Highly Ionized Intergalactic Gas at Low Redshift
R. Brent Tully SNAP University of Hawaii United States Cosmology Local Galaxy Flows and the Local Mass Density
Meg Urry AR Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars The Host Galaxies of Radio-Loud AGN: Removing the Luminosity-Redshift Degeneracy
Meg Urry GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars The Physics of X-Ray/Optical Jets
Meg Urry GO Space Telescope Science Institute United States AGN/Quasars Evolution of the Host Galaxies in Low-Power AGN
Marten van Kerkwijk GO Utrecht University The Netherlands Hot Stars Optical Counterparts of Isolated Neutron Stars
Liese van Zee GO Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics Canada Stellar Populations The Stellar Population of UGCA 292, An Extreme Low Metallicity Galaxy
Gijs Verdoes Kleijn GO Leiden Observatory The Netherlands Galaxies Kinematics of emission-line gas disks in radio-quiet galaxies
Alfred Vidal-Madjar GO Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, CNRS France Star Formation HI Detection of an Extra-Solar Planetary Atmosphere
Harold Weaver GO The Johns Hopkins University United States Solar System UV Spectroscopic Investigation of any Bright, Newly Discovered Comet
John Webb GO University of New South Wales Australia Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM D/H in Lyman Limit absorbers with simple velocity structure
John Webb SNAP University of New South Wales Australia Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM A Lyman Limit snapshot survey: the search for candidate D/H absorbers
Rachel Webster GO University of Melbourne Australia AGN/Quasars Microarcsecond Imaging of a Gravitationally Lensed QSO: 2237+0305
William Welsh GO San Diego State University United States Hot Stars Flares, Magnetic Reconnections and Accretion Disk Viscosity
Daniel Welty GO University of Chicago United States ISM and Circumstellar Matter Variable Interstellar Absorption toward HD 219188 --- Probing the Structure of an Interstellar Cloud
Chris Willott GO University of Oxford United Kingdom AGN/Quasars The Relationship Between Radio Luminosity and Radio-Loud AGN Host Galaxy Properties
Andrew Wilson GO University of Maryland United States AGN/Quasars Synchrotron self-Compton Emission from the Radio Hot Spots of Cygnus A
Rogier Windhorst GO Arizona State Univ., Physics & Astronomy United States Cosmology Closing in on the Hydrogen Reionization Edge of the Universe at z<7.2 with deep STIS/CCD Parallels
Rogier Windhorst SNAP Arizona State University United States Galaxies Mid-UV SNAPSHOT Survey of Nearby Irregulars: Galaxy Structure and Evolution Benchmark
Jennifer Wiseman GO The Johns Hopkins University United States Star Formation Helical Flows and Rotation in Protostellar Jets
Lutz Wisotzki GO Institut fuer Physik, Universitaet Potsdam Germany Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM A Damped LyAlpha System in a Close Separation Lens
Bruce Woodgate AR Goddard Space Flight Center United States Star Formation The Deep Coronagraphic STIS Point Spread Function
Farhad Yusef-Zadeh GO Northwestern University United States Star Formation A WFPC2 Study of Proplyds and a Protostellar Condensation at the Center of M20
Wei Zheng SNAP The Johns Hopkins University United States Quasar Absorption Lines and IGM UV Detectability of Bright Quasars in the Sloan Fields
Andrew Zirm GO The Johns Hopkins University United States AGN/Quasars Fossil Gaseous Halos of Massive Galaxies at z~1
David Zurek AR American Museum of Natural History United States Stellar Populations The Stellar Populations Archive: Globular Clusters


Last Updated on 1/2/2001
By Brett S. Blacker
Email: blacker@stsci.edu