Seminars take place on Thursdays at 12:30 pm in the IfA Auditorium C-214 with videolink to M-101 at IfA-Hilo (unless otherwise noted). Meetings are in the format of Research Reports (R), or Tutorials (T). Discussion Group meetings (J; schedule) take place on Wednesdays at 11:00 am in the IfA Moon Room with videolink to M-131 at IfA-Hilo (unless otherwise noted).


175. Wednesday, November 22, 2006 (R)
Martin Bizzarro: Geological Institute, Denmark
Early Evolution of Our Solar System: New Insights from High-Precision Mg and Ni Isotope Data
174. Thursday, June 22, 2006 (R)
William F. Bottke, Jr.: SWRI
New Views on the Late Heavy Bombardment
173. Thursday, June 1, 2006 (R)
Ray S. Furuya: Subaru Telescope, NAOJ
The Initial Conditions for Gravitational Collapse of a Low-Mass Star Forming Core
172. Thursday, May 18, 2006 (R)
Henry Hsieh: IfA
Main Belt Comets: Ice in the Inner Solar System
171. Thursday, April 13, 2006 (R)
Sean Andrews: IfA
A Submillimeter View of Protoplanetary Disks
170. Thursday, March 16, 2006 (R)
Luis Zapata: SAO/UNAM
High Spatial Resolution Centimeter and Millimeter Studies Toward the OMC1 South Region in the Orion Nebula
169. Wednesday March 15, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Katelyn Allers
Topic: Stellar properties of Embedded Protostars
White et al. 2006 (PPV chapter)
168. Thursday, March 9, 2006 (R)
Adam Burgasser: MIT
Brown Dwarf Astrophysics with Binary Systems
167. Wednesday March 8, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Dagny Looper
Topic: Young very low mass stars and brown dwarfs and how they are being discovered
Kirkpatrick et al. 2006, ApJ 639 (astro-ph/0511462): Discovery of a very young field L dwarf, 2MASS J01415823-4633574
166. Wednesday March 1, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Jonathan Tan (Univ. of Florida)
Topic: Equilibrium Star Cluster Formation
165. Thursday, February 16, 2006 (R)
Joseph Scott Stuart:
The Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research Program
164. Wednesday February 8, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Jonathan Swift (Berkeley)
Topic: mm observations of prestellar cores in Taurus
163. Tuesday, February 7, 2006 (R)
Peregrine McGehee: Los Alamos National Laboratory
162. Wednesday February 1, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Paul Francis (Mt. Stromlo Obs.)
Topic: The Demographics of Long-Period Comets
P. Francis 2005, ApJ 635, 1348: The Demographics of Long-Period Comets
161. Thursday, January 26, 2006 (R)
Tom Greene: NASA Ames
Stellar Properties of Embedded Protostars: Progress and Prospects
160. Wednesday January 25, 2006 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Lynne Hillenbrand (Caltech)
159. Friday, December 16, 2005 (R)
Ewine F. van Dishoeck: Leiden Observatory, The Netherlands
Spitzer Observations of Gas and Dust in Star- and Planet-Forming Regions: Ice Cold and Steaming Hot
158. Wednesday December 14, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Thomas Stanke
Topic: Turbulence in cluster forming cloud cores
Li & Nakamura 2006, astro-ph/0512278: Cluster Formation in Protostellar Outflow-Driven Turbulence
157. Thursday December 8, 2005 (R)
Pedro Lacerda: IfA
Spinning Up KBOs
156. Wednesday December 7, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Jonathan Williams
Topic: How quickly does a cloud form stars?
Mouschovias et al. 2005, astro-ph/0512043: Observational Constraints on the Ages of Molecular Clouds and the Star-Formation Timescale: Ambipolar-Diffusion--Controlled or Turbulence-Induced Star Formation?
155. Thursday December 1, 2005 (R)
Michael Cushing: University of Arizona
Spitzer Spectroscopy of Ultracool Dwarfs
154. Wednesday November 30, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Sean Andrews
Topic: Disk dissipation: new results from Spitzer and the VLA
C. Lada et al. 2005, astro-ph/0511638: Observations of IC348: The Disk Population at 2-3 Million Years
Wilner et al. 2005, ApJ 626, L109: Toward Planetesimals in the Disk around TW Hydrae: 3.5 Centimeter Dust Emission
153. Tuesday November 22, 2005 (R)
Gilles Chabrier: Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon
The Galactic Initial Mass Function: From the Solar Neighborhood to Galactic Implications
152. Thursday November 17, 2005 (R)
Isabelle Baraffe: Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon
Pulsating Young Brown Dwarfs
151. Wednesday November 16, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: I. Baraffe, G. Chabrier
150. Thursday November 10, 2005 (R)
Gilles Chabrier: Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon
Understanding Solar and Extrasolar Giant Planets
149. Wednesday November 9, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Michael Liu
Topic: Habitable Planets around M dwarfs?
148. Thursday November 3, 2005 (R)
Isabelle Baraffe: Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon
Evolutionary Models of Low-Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs
147. Wednesday November 2, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: many
Topic: PPV reloaded
146. Wednesday October 19, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Scott Kenyon (CfA)
Topic: KBOs, debris disks, collisions, planet formation
145. Wednesday October 12, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: John Rayner (IfA)
Topic: Design for a near-IR spectrograph for finding planets around brown dwarfs and low-mass stars
144. Thursday September 22, 2005 (R)
Sean Andrews: IfA
The Outer Disk: A New View from the Submillimeter
143. Wednesday September 21, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Sandrine Bottinelli (IfA)/Harold Butner (JACH)
Topic: Astrochemistry Throughout the Universe: Recent Successes and Current Challenges
(Conference: IAU Symposium 131, Asilomar, Aug. 29-Sept. 2)
142. Thursday September 15, 2005 (R)
Christian Marois: IGPP, LLNL
Direct Exoplanet Imaging around Sun-Like Stars: Beating the Speckle Noise with Innovative Imaging Techniques
141. Wednesday September 14, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Trent Dupuy
Topic: Prospects for Detection of Catastrophic Collisions in Debris Disks
Paper: S.J. Kenyon, B.C. Bromley 2005: astro-ph/0503551
140. Wednesday September 7, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Evgenya Shkolnik
Topic: Tenth Anniversary of 51 Peg-b: status of and prospects for hot Jupiter studies
(Conference: Observatoire de Haute-Provence, August 22 to 26)
139. Wednesday August 31, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Thomas Stanke; Nader Haghighipour
- Organisation stuff
- Konacki, M. 2005, Nature 436, 230-233: An extrasolar giant planet in a close triple-star system
138. Thursday August 18, 2005 (R)
Dick Froebrich: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Evolution of Class 0 Protostars: Models vs. Observations
137. Thursday August 11, 2005 (R)
Matthew Holman: Harvard-Smithsonian CfA
The Use of Transit Timing to Detect Extrasolar Planets
136. Thursday June 30, 2005 (R)
Tom Greene: NASA/Ames
Determining the Stellar Properties of Class I Protostars
135. Thursday June 23, 2005 (R)
Tommy Grav: IfA
Why Do We Care About Irregular Satellites?
134. Thursday June 16, 2005 (R)
Glenn Schneider: University of Arizona
Detection and Characterization of Extra-Solar Giant Planet Companions and Their Natal Environments with HST/NICMOS
133. Thursday June 2, 2005 (R)
Michael Meyer: University of Arizona
Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Latest Results from the Spitzer Legacy Science Program
132. Wednesday May 25, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Evgenya Shkolnik
... some "hot off the telescope" MOST lightcurves...
I. Baraffe, G. Chabrier, T.S. Barman, et al. 2005: Hot-Jupiters and hot-Neptunes: a common origin? (A&A Letters; astro-ph/0505054)
I. Baraffe, F. Selsis, G. Chabrier, et al. 2004, A&A 419, L13: The effect of evaporation on the evolution of close-in giant planets
131. Wednesday May 18, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Rolf Kudritzki
Topic: Plans for the next ~20 years of major ground-based optical & IR facilities
(draft report of NOAO's optical/IR Long Range Planning Committee)
130. Thursday May 12, 2005 (R)
Tracey Hill: Univ. NSW, Sydney
A Precursor to the Methanol Maser?
129. Wednesday May 11, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Joan Najita (NOAO) & Nick Scoville
The evolution of gas in protoplanetary Disks (Najita)
A new idea for the origin of the internal motions in GMCs (Scoville).
128. Thursday May 5, 2005 (R)
Amaya Moro-Martin: Princeton
Looking for Planets by their Dusty Fingerprints
127. Wednesday May 4, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Dave Jewitt
Topic: Debris Disks
  Guest: Amaya Moro-Martin
126. Thursday April 28, 2005 (R)
Michael Rich: UCLA
The Chemistry and Age of the Galactic Bulge Stars: Insight into the Star Formation History
125. Wednesday April 27, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Steve Rodney
Topic: Young Stellar Objects in Embedded Clusters
  Schmeja, Klessen, and Froebrich (2005): Number Ratios of Young Stellar Objects in Embedded Clusters
  Schmeja and Klessen (2004): Protostellar Mass Accretion Rates from Gravoturbulent Fragmentation
124. Thursday April 21, 2005 (R)
Ararat Yeghikyan: Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory
Cosmic Ray Processing of Ices in Molecular Clouds
123. Wednesday April 20, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Thomas Stanke
Topic: The birth of high-mass stars: Accretion and/or mergers? (Observational consequences)
  Bally J. & Zinnecker H. 2005, AJ 129, 2281: The birth of high-mass stars: Accretion and/or mergers?
122. Wednesday April 13, 2005 (J)
Discussion Group Leader: Trent Dupuy
Topic: Direct detection of light from extrasolar planets
  Deming et al. 2005, Nature 434, 740: Infrared radiation from an extrasolar planet
  Charbonneau et al, astro-ph/0503457: Detection of Thermal Emission from an Extrasolar Planet
  Neuhäuser et al, astro-ph/0503691: Evidence for a co-moving sub-stellar companion of GQ Lup
  Burrows et al, astro-ph/0503522: Theoretical Interpretation of the Measurements of the Secondary Eclipses of TrES-1 and HD209458b
121. Thursday April 7, 2005 (R)
Alessandro Morbidelli: Observatory of Nice
The Late Heavy Bombardment
120. Thursday March 31, 2005 (R)
Len Cowie: IfA
Star Formation at High Redshifts
119. Wednesday March 30, 2005 (R)
Discussion Group Leader: Jonathan Williams
From Young Disks to Planets: New Observations, Models and Theories
  (Conference: Pasadena, 7-10 March 2005)
118. Thursday March 17, 2005 (R)
Adrian Webster: Royal Observatory, Edinburgh
Diffuse Interstellar Bands
117. Monday March 14, 2005 (R): NOTE SPECIAL DAY
Charles Lada: Harvard-Smithsonian CfA
Detecting the Heartbeat of a Molecular Cloud: Measuring of the Initial Conditions for Star Formation
116. Thursday March 10, 2005 (R)
Charles Lada: Harvard-Smithsonian CfA
Embedded Clusters, the Basic Units of Star Formation in Molecular Clouds
115. Wednesday March 9, 2005
Discussion Group Leader: Klaus-Werner Hodapp
  Measurements of extinction and the structure of clouds
  Guest: Charlie Lada
114. Thursday March 3, 2005 (R)
Tracy Beck: Gemini Observatory
The 3-Dimensional Structure of Outflows from Newborn Stars using Integral Field Spectroscopy
113. Wednesday March 2, 2005
Discussion Group Leader: Bo Reipurth
  Star Formation and Virtual Observatories
  see: International Virtual Observatory Alliance
112. Thursday February 24, 2005 (R)
Alan Boss: DTM
Formation of Sub-Brown Dwarf Stars
111. Wednesday February 23, 2005
Discussion Group Leader: Mike Liu & Nader Haghighipour
Aspen Workshop: Planet formation and detection (10th anniversary of the discovery of the first extrasolar planet around a solar-like star)
  Guest: Alan Boss
110. February 17, 2005 (R)
Claire Chandler: NRAO
The Sub-arcsecond Structure of IRAS 16293-2422
109. February 10, 2005 (R)
Hans Zinnecker: Potsdam
Search for Giant Planets around White Dwarfs
108. February 3, 2005 (R)
Crystal Brogan: IfA
SMA Observations of Three High Mass Protostellar Objects
107. January 13, 2005 (R): Special Location (IfA Fern Room)
James DiFrancesco: NRC of Canada
Pre-Protostellar Cores: An Observational Perspective
106. January 6, 2005 (R)
Rolf Kudritzki: IfA
Winds, Ionizing Fluxes, and Spectra of the First Generations of Very Massive Stars in the Early Universe
105. December 16, 2004 (R)
Dave Jewitt: IfA
Unexpected Ices in the Kuiper Belt
104. December 9, 2004 (R)
Chad Trujillo: Gemini Observatory
Discovery and Characterization of Sedna (2003 VB12) and Orcus (2004 DW), the Two Most Reflective Minor Planets
103. December 2, 2004 (R)
Ed Scott: Hawaii Institute of Geophysics
Chondrites and the Early Solar System
102. November 18, 2004 (R)
Thierry Montmerle: Observatoire de Grenoble
Star-forming regions: the high-energy view and implications for the early solar system
101. November 4, 2004 (R)
Lisa Kewley: IfA
Emission-Line Diagnostics for Star-Forming Galaxies
100. October 28, 2004 (R)
Tae-Soo Pyo: Subaru
A Fast [Fe II] Wind with a Wide Opening Angle from L1551 IRS 5
99. October 21, 2004 (R)
Jacqueline Keane: NASA-Ames
Origin and Evolution of Ices in Massive Young Stars
98. October 14, 2004 (R)
Ed Turner: Princeton University Observatory
Detection and Characterization of Extrasolar Planets and Plants
97. October 7, 2004 (R)
David Tholen: IfA
Current Research on Near-Earth Objects
96. September 17, 2004 (R)
Sandrine Bottinelli: IfA
The Hot Corino around IRAS 16293-2422
Bo Reipurth: IfA
The Companions to FU Orionis
95. September 9, 2004 (R)
Thomas Stanke: IfA
Protostars & Outflows: Orion, Ophiuchus, and elsewhere
94. September 2, 2004 (R)
M. S. Nanda Kumar: Universidade do Porto
Massive Proto-Stars and Small Proto-Clusters
93. August 26, 2004 (R)
Sean Andrews: IfA
V1647 Ori and McNeil's Nebula
92. May 27, 2004 (R)
Robert Jedicke: IfA
Space Weathering on Asteroids
91. May 20, 2004 (J)
Mike Connelley: IfA
Physical and Kinematical Properties of a Newly Discovered Star Cluster and its Associated Jet in the Vela Molecular Clouds by Caratti o Garatti et al.
Sean Andrews: IfA
various first results from the upcoming SMA ApJL issue
90. May 6, 2004 (R)
Yan Fernandez: IfA
Early Spitzer Solar System Science
89. April 29, 2004 (R)
Josh Barnes: IfA
Numerical Simulations of Star Formation in Interacting Galaxies
88. April 16, 2004
individual presentations
87. April 8, 2004 (R)
Mike Liu: IfA
Searching for Young, Nearby Planetary Systems
86. April 1, 2004 (R)
Scott Dahm: IfA
The Young Cluster NGC 2264
85. March 25, 2004 (R)
David Jewitt: IfA
Irregular Satellites in the Context of Planet Formation
Search for CO in Cometary Precursors Using Millimeter Wave Spectroscopy
84. March 18, 2004 (R)
Bill Herbst: Wesleyan
What Photometric Variations of T Tauri Stars Tell Us About the Evolution of Young Stars
83. March 11, 2004 (J)
Steve Rodney: IfA
PV Ceph: Young Star Caught Speeding? by Goodman & Arce
Bin Yang: IfA
Long-Term Optical Spectrophotometric Monitoring of Comet C/1995 O1 (Hale-Bopp) by Rauer et al.
82. March 4, 2004 (R)
Don Brownlee: University of Washington
Earth and Other Earths
81. February 26, 2004 (R)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
The Emergence of McNeil's Nebula
80. February 19, 2004 (R)
John Bally: University of Colorado, Boulder
Star Formation in Orion
79. February 12, 2004 (R)
Judith Young: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Molecular Gas and Star Formation in Galaxies in the Local Universe
78. February 5, 2004 (R)
Leo Blitz: University of California, Berkeley
Giant Molecular Clouds in M33 and Other Nearby Galaxies
77. January 29, 2004 (J)
Sandrine Bottinelli: IfA
Detecting the Dusty Debris of Terrestrial Planet Formation by Kenyon & Bromley
Henry Hsieh: IfA
Formation of Jets in Comet 19P/Borrelly by Subsurface Geysers by Yelle et al.
76. January 22, 2004 (R)
Eric Keto: Harvard/Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
The Formation of Massive Stars by Accretion through Trapped Hypercompact HII Regions
75. January 15, 2004 (R)
Gary Fuller: UMIST
Masers and Young High Mass Stars
74. January 8, 2004 (R)
Phil Solomon: SUNY, Stonybrook
The Star Formation Rate in Galactic Giant Molecular Clouds
73. December 18, 2003 (R)
Tigran Magakian and Tigran Movsessian: Byurakan Observatory
Star Formation Studies at the Byurakan Observatory: Past and Present
72. December 11, 2003 (R)
Eric Becklin: UCLA
Status and Prospects of SOFIA
71. December 4, 2003 (R)
Chris Davis: JAC, UKIRT
Interpreting near-IR and submm observations of outflows with MHD numerical models
70. November 25, 2003 (note: Tuesday) (R)
Maryvonne Gerin:
Carbon chains and cycles in the ISM
69. November 20, 2003 (R)
Martin Houde:
The Measurement of the Orientation of the Magnetic Field in Molecular Clouds
68. November 13, 2003 (R)
Jun-ichi Watanabe:
Fragmentation of meteoroids: Implication of the latest Leonids activity for the evolution of the meteor showers
67. November 6, 2003 (R)
Toby Owen: IfA
The Atmospheres of the Inner Planets in Our Solar System
66. October 30, 2003 (J)
Mark Willman: IfA
Model Spectral Energy Distributions of Circumstellar Disks by Wolf/Hillenbrand
Scott Dahm: IfA
Why are the K dwarfs in the Pleiades so blue? by Stauffer et al.
65. October 23, 2003 (R)
Fred Walter: SUNY Stonybrook
The Extended Atmosphere of V471 Tau: Clues to the magnetic morphology of T Tauri stars and the young Sun?
64. October 16, 2003 (R)
Crystal Brogan: IfA
Magnetic Fields in High Mass Star Forming Regions
63. October 10, 2003 (note: Friday) (R)
Paul Kalas: UC Berkeley
Observing Young Stars with the HST ACS Coronagraph and with NIR polarimetry
62. October 2, 2003 (J)
Sandrine Bottinelli: IfA
Rapid Formation of Outer Giant Planets by Disk Instability by Alan Boss
Resonant Trapping of Planetesimals by Planet Migration: Debris Disk Clumps and Vega's Similarity to the Solar System by Mark Wyatt
Scott Sheppard: IfA
A Wide Area Sky Survey for Bright Kuiper Belt Objects: Beyond (50000) Quaoar by Chad Trujillo and Mike Brown
The Size Distribution of faint Trans-Neptunian Bodies by Bernstein et al.
61. September 25, 2003 (R)
Ralf Kaiser: UH Chemistry
A versatile retrosynthetic approach to untangle the formation of complex organic molecules in star forming regions
60. September 18, 2003 (R)
Nadine Manset: CFHT
Polarimetry of Binary Young Stars
59. September 11, 2003 (R)
Carlos Roman: University of Florida
An infrared/radio study of young stellar clusters in the Rosette molecular cloud
58. September 4, 2003 (R)
Catherine Garland: IfA
The neutral ISM in Luminous Blue Compact Galaxies
57. August 28, 2003
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Progress Report on CSPF
56. August 7, 2003 (R)
Joan Najita: NOAO
Exploring Inner Protoplanetary Disks
55. May 29, 2003 (R)
Bobby Bus: IfA:
Constraining the compositions of silicate-rich asteroid families through near-IR spectroscopy
54. May 22, 2003 (R)
Sean Brittain: Notre Dame
High Resolution Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Peering into the Inner Disk of YSOs
53. May 15, 2003 (R)
David Barrado y Navascues:
Accretion and Activity at the end of the Main Sequence
52. May 8, 2003 (T)
Dave Sanders: IfA
Molecular Gas in our Galaxy
51. May 1, 2003 (R)
Jonathan Williams: IfA
A new debris disk around a G star
50. April 24, 2003 (R)
Eduardo Martin:
New results of HST/WFPC2 surveys for brown dwarf binaries in clusters and the solar neighborhood
49. April 17, 2003 (R)
Akiva Bar-Nun:
Studies of small and large samples of gas-laden amorphous ice and implications to comets
48. April 3, 2003 (R)
Lisa Kewley:
Star Formation Rates in the Nearby Field Galaxy Survey
47. March 27, 2003 (R)
Tim Kendall:
Probing the photospheres of massive YSOs using H-band spectroscopy
46. March 20, 2003 (R)
Hans Zinnecker: Potsdam
The Formation of Massive Stars - II
45. March 13, 2003 (R)
Hans Zinnecker: Potsdam
The Formation of Massive Stars - I
44. March 6, 2003 (J)
Bo Reipurth:
New Results from the Star Formation Frontier
43. February 27, 2003 (R)
Lee Hartmann: Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Dynamic Star Formation
42. February 20, 2003 (R)
Nuria Calvet: Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
T Tauri Disks
41. February 13, 2003 (R)
Cathie Clarke: Cambridge
The Dispersal of Discs around Young Stars
40. February 11, 2003 (note: Tuesday) (R)
Bill Herbst: Wesleyan University
Variability of Young Stars and the Case of KH15D
39. January 30, 2003 (R)
David Jewitt: IfA
News from the Kuiper Belt
38. January 23, 2003 (R)
Karen Meech: IfA
The Deep Impact Mission
37. January 16, 2003 (R)
Jonathan Williams: IfA
Mid-infrared Imaging of the Protostellar Binary L1448-N
Alan Tokunaga: IfA
Adaptive Optics Near-Infrared Imaging of the AS 353 AB Binary
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Looking into the Horsehead
36. January 9, 2003 (R)
Ralf Kaiser: UH Chemistry
Astrobiology - From Gas Phase Laboratory to Astronomical Observations
35. December 19, 2002 (R)
Joan Najita : NOAO
Gas in the Terrestrial Planet Region of Disks: CO Fundamental Emission from T Tauri Stars
34. December 12, 2002 (R)
Mike Simon: SUNY, Stonybrook
Dynamical Mass Measurements of Young and Old Stars
33. December 5, 2002 (R)
Berengere Parise:
The abundance of deuterated molecules and chemical processes in protostellar envelopes
32.November 20, 2002 (note: Wednesday) (R)
David Wilner: Harvard CfA
Debris Disks and Unseen Planets
31. November 14, 2002 (R)
Tony Farnham: University of Texas, Austin
A McDonald Observatory study of Comet Borrelly
30. November 7, 2002 (R)
Toby Owen: IfA
Giant Planets: Ours and Theirs
29. October 24, 2002 (R)
Yan Fernandez: IfA
Small Bodies in the Solar System: Albedos and Physical Evolution
28. October 17, 2002 (R)
Eric Gaidos: University of Hawaii
Conversation on the Diversity of Worlds
27. October 10, 2002 (R)
Jonathan Williams: University of Florida
Work in progress: Star formation in the Rosette molecular cloud
26. October 2, 2002 (note: Wednesday) (R)
Mike Meyer: University of Arizona
Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Young Stellar Populations
25. September 26, 2002 (R)
Tracy Beck: Gemini Observatory
Near Infrared Adaptive Optics Imaging of the Embedded Cluster NGC 2024
24. September 19, 2002 (R)
Eduardo Martin: IfA
Review of IAU Symposium 211 on Brown Dwarfs
23. September 12, 2002 (R)
Bob Joseph: IfA
The Initial Mass Function in Starburst Galaxies
22. September 5, 2002 (J)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
New Results from the Star Formation Frontier
21. June 27, 2002 (R)
Michael Liu: IfA
Disks around Young Brown Dwarfs
20. June 20, 2002 (R)
Scott Sheppard: IfA
Rotations, Collisions, and the Shape Distribution of Kuiper Belt Objects
19. June 13, 2002 (R)
Kurt Liffman: CSPA, Monash University
Meteorites, Bipolar Jet Flows and Relativistic MHD
18. June 6, 2002 (R)
Chris Davis: JAC, UKIRT
Probing the Central Engines of Herbig-Haro Flows with High-Resolution Near-IR Spectroscopy
17. May 30, 2002 (R)
Tracy Beck: Gemini Observatory
Binaries and Multiple Systems among Pre-Main Sequence Stars
16. May 16, 2002 (R)
May Tae-Soo Pyo: Subaru Telescope, NAOJ
The Velocity Structure and Collimation of [FeII] Outflows from L1551 IRS5
15. May 9, 2002 (J)
David Jewitt: IfA
Recent Results on Kuiper Belt Objects
14. May 2, 2002 (R)
Dan Potter: IfA
High Dynamic Range Polarimetric Observations of Circumstellar Disks
13. April 25, 2002 (R)
Barbara Cohen: UH, HIGP
The Early Bombardment of the Earth and Moon
12. April 18, 2002 (T)
Sasha Krot and Ed Scott: UH, HIGP
Meteorites - Clues to the Early Solar System
11. April 11, 2002 (J)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Formation of Brown Dwarfs - Disks around Brown Dwarfs - The Components of the T Tauri Triple System
10. April 4, 2002 (R)
Yan Fernandez: IfA
Physical Evolution of Cometary Nuclei
9. March 28, 2002 (R)
Gerald Moriarty-Schieven: JAC, JCMT
850 Micron Polarimetry of Star Forming Regions
Klaus Hodapp: IfA
Molecular Hydrogen Outflows in W51
8. March 21, 2002 (R)
Jonathan Williams: University of Florida
350 Micron Polarization Observations with the CSO: Studying the Magnetic Field Geometry in Star Forming Cores
Doug Johnstone: Herzberg Inst. of Astrophysics
The Evolution of Disk Structure: Viscous Accretion and Evaporation
7. March 14, 2002 (T)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Classical T Tauri Stars
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6. March 7, 2002 (R)
John Carpentar: Caltech
Near-Infrared Variability of Young Stars
5. February 28, 2002 (R)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Radio Continuum Observations of Embedded Protostars
4. February 21, 2002 (R)
George Herbig: IfA
The Young Cluster IC 5146
3. February 14, 2002 (T)
Eduardo Martin: IfA
The Birth and Evolution of Brown Dwarfs
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2. February 7, 2002 (R)
Bo Reipurth: IfA
Proper Motions of the HH 34 and HH 1 Flows
Wei-Hao Wang: IfA
Modelling of the Haro 6-5B Reflection Nebula
1.January 31, 2002 (R)
David Jewitt: IfA
Variability of (20000) Varuna