[NRAO] [TUNA] Past Tuesday UVa / NRAO Astronomy (TUNA) Lunch Talks
an informal brown-bag lunchtime seminar for the discussion of current
projects or astronomical news

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Fall 2000
Date Speaker Topic
Tuesday, August 29
IAU Attendees
Roundtable Discussion of the IAU General Assembly
Monday, September 11
NOTE: Special Day
Norio Kaifu
Status of the Subaru Telescope and the Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array
Tuesday, September 26
Francois Leblanc
Europa and its Sodium Cloud
Tuesday, October 3
Al Wootten
CSO Instrumentation
Tuesday, October 10
Jay Lockman
The Second Most Interesting HI Cloud in the Galaxy
Tuesday, October 24
Craig Sarazin
Resolving the Mystery of X-Ray Faint Elliptical Galaxies
Monday, November 6 Bryan Butler
Solar System Observations with the VLA
Tuesday, November 7
Andrea Tarchi
Radioastronomisches Institut der
Universitaet Bonn
Radio Observations of Starburst Galaxies: the Case of NGC2146
Tuesday, November 14
John Carr
Infrared Spectroscopy of Protoplanetary Disks
Tuesday, November 21
NOTE: Special time, 12:00pm
V. Radhakrishnan
Raman Research Institute
Astronomy's Devices--a video replay of the 2000 Jansky Lecture
Tuesday, November 28
Juan Uson
To Weight or Not to Weight
Tuesday, December 12
Chris Palma
Extratidal Giant Stars Associated with the Ursa Minor Dwarf
Friday, December 15 D. J. Pisano
University of Wisconsin-Madison
HI around Isolated Galaxies and its Implication for Galaxy Assembly
Friday, December 15
NOTE: Special Day and Time: 2:00pm
Tom Wilson
Steward Observatory
Recent Science with the Heinrich Hertz Sub-mm Telescope
These talks were organized by Lynn Matthews