ASTRONOMY TEA-TALKS AT CALTECH

1998


For more astronomy, see the list of colloquia or that of IPAC lunch talks.


October 5 Luis Ho (OCIW)
Testing the AGN Paradigm: Observational Constraints on Black Hole Masses and Accretion Rates
October 12 Heath Jones (Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories)
Star Forming Galaxies at Intermediate Redshifts (tentative)
October 19 Claire Motou (Observatoire de Haute-Provence)
A Dark-Speckle Coronagraph for Detecting Faint Companions: Present Performances
October 26 Jean-Paul Kneib (Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees)
Cluster Lenses - Nature's Telescope
November 2 John Blakeslee (Caltech)
Deep Keck Imaging of Nearby Dense Cluster Cores
November 9 Sergio Molinari (IPAC)
A Systematic Search for the Youngest Massive Stellar Objects
November 16 Eric Gregersen (Caltech)
Searching for Protostellar Collapse
November 23 Scott Trager (OCIW)
Formation of Spiral Bulges: Clues from Stellar Populations
November 30 Pieter van Dokkum (Groningen/Leiden)
Evolution of Early-Type Galaxies in Clusters
December 7 Gordon Squires (Caltech)
Probing the 3D Structure of Galaxy Clusters with SZ, X-ray and Weak Gravitational Lensing Observations
December 14 Eric Gawiser (Berkeley)
An Empirical Approach to Cosmological Structure Formation

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