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22nd Texas Symposium & January meeting deadlines

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Dear Colleague, 

The 22nd Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics will take place at 
Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, on December 13-17, 2004.  
In keeping with the past tradition, the talks will span recent developments 
in cosmology and high energy astrophysics while focusing on the frontiers 
between these and gravitation and particle physics.  

A Web site with the information about the meeting is at 
http://texasatstanford.slac.stanford.edu/.  There you will find details about 
the meeting, including registration, abstract submission, and local 
information.  Note that we have secured accommodations at attractive 
prices, unusually low for the Bay area.  On the Web site we also include 
visa information.  Please be mindful that the visa process might take 
longer than it has in the past.  

Please note that the abstract and early registration deadlines are 
October 15, 2004.  Should you have any questions, please write Ms. Maura 
Chatwell, the conference coordinator at SLAC at maura@SLAC.Stanford.EDU

We apologize if you are receiving this information more than once, but we 
are using a number of mailing lists to inform a cross-disciplinary 
potential audience about this meeting.  

Vahe' Petrosian, for the Local and Scientific Organizing Committees

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*** January deadlines ***

X-Ray and Radio Connections: Workshop on Observation and Theory:
deadline for late registration is Jan. 5

X-Ray Polarimetry of Astrophysical Sources: 
deadline for abstract submission is Jan. 15

IAU Symposium No. 222: The Interplay among Black Holes, Stars, and ISM
in Galactic Nuclei:
deadline for registration payment and hotel reservations is Jan. 17


A comprehensive listing of all upcoming high energy meetings and events
can be found on the HEASARC What's New page at:

Steve Drake for the HEASARC
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High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC)

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