Monthly Archives: February 2012
Claudio Mendoza (IVIC/CeCalCULA, Venezuela), Efrain Gatuzz (IVIC, Venezuela), Valentina Luridiana (IAC, Spain), Manuel Bautista (WMSU, USA) Talk given at the VAMDC Annual Meeting, University of Vienna, Austria, 23 February 2012.
Nikolai Pishkunov (Uppsala University, Sweden) & Kevin Benson (UCL/MSSL, UK) Talk given at the VAMDC Annual Meeting, University of Vienna, Austria, 24 February 2012.
D. Vrinceanu (1) , R. Onofrio (2,3) and H. R. Sadeghpour (3) ((1) Texas Southern University, Houston, TX, USA; (2)Universitá di Padova, Padova, Italy; (3) Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA, USA) Collisions between electrically charged particles and neutral atoms are central for understanding the dynamics … Continue reading
Ian U. Roederer (3), James E. Lawler (4), John J. Cowan (5), Timothy C. Beers (6,7,8), Anna Frebel (9), Inese I. Ivans (10), Hendrik Schatz (7,8,11), Jennifer S. Sobeck (12), Christopher Sneden (13) ((3) Carnegie Observatories, CA, USA; (4) University … Continue reading
Rodolfo Smiljanic (European Southern Observatory, Garching bei München, Germany) Sodium abundances have been determined in a large number of giants of open clusters but conflicting results, ranging from solar values to overabundances of up to five orders of magnitude, have … Continue reading
Varsha P. Kulkarni (1), Joseph Meiring (2), Debopam Som (3), Celine Peroux (4), Donald G. York (5), Pushpa Khare (6), James T. Lauroesch (7) ((1) University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA; (2) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA; (3) University of … Continue reading
Grazyna Stasinska Grazyna Stasinska (LUTH, Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France) The discrepancy between abundances derived from collisionally excited lines (CEL) and recombination lines (RL) in H II regions and planetary nebulae is still not fully understood. As I understand, the effective recombination rates … Continue reading
Paul Drake, Steve Federman, Wick Haxton, Farid Salama and Daniel Savin (LAD Steering Committee) You are invited to attend the inaugural gathering of the Laboratory Astrophysics Division (LAD) of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) during the 220th AAS meeting in Anchorage, Alaska, … Continue reading