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Unusual Views of Familiar Objects -- Not Your Father's Universe - Slide Index

Slide 1 - Title Slide

Slide 2 - The Milky Way

Slide 3 - Edwin Hubble

Slide 4 - M31

Slide 5 - Hubble's Hubble Diagram

Slide 6 - Slide Not Available

Slide 7 - Brighter Stars for Larger Distances

Slide 8 - Supernova

Slide 9 - The KAIT Search

Slide 10 - Following up

Slide 11 - Light Curves: Clues to Luminosity

Slide 12 - Determining the Type

Slide 13 - Saurabh Jha

Slide 14 - Today's Best Hubble Diagram

Slide 15 - John Tonry

Slide 16 - Tonry's Chart

Slide 17 - Peter Garnavich

Slide 18 - Acceleration/Deceleration

Slide 19 - Still Acceleration

Slide 20 - Connie Rockosi with SDSS Telescope

Slide 21 - 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey

Slide 22 - CBI

Slide 23 - The Cosmic Microwave Background

Slide 24 - Cosmic Convergence

Slide 25 - Dark Energy vs. Dark Matter Pie Chart

Slide 26 - Globular Clusters

Slide 27 - Certificate

Slide 28 - Slide Not Available

Slide 29 - Constraining the Nature of Dark Energy

Slide 30 - The Cosmological Constant?

Slide 31 - ESSENCE

Slide 32 - Detectors

Slide 33 - Animation Part B

Slide 34 - Animation Part C

Slide 35 - Searching by Subraction

Slide 36 - Continuous Searching

Slide 37 - Gemini South

Slide 38 - Spectra of SN Ia

Slide 39 - Zeroing in on the Dark Energy

Slide 40 - HST

Slide 41 - Searching for Supernovae with HST

Slide 42 - Bing Bang -- Present Day Acceleration

Slide 43 - Giant Magellan Telescope

Slide 44 - The Extravagant Universe

Return to Ground Astronomy Symposium.

 

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