Title: Science with the NGST (Next Generation Space Telescope)
Volume: 133 Year: 1998 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: Smith, Eric P.; Koratkar, Anuradha
ISBN: 1-886733-53-8 eISBN: 978-1-58381-469-7

Paper Title Page Authors
NGST Capabilities and Design Concepts 3 Mather, J. C.; Smith, E. P.; Seery, B. D.; Bely, P. Y.; Stiavelli, M.; Stockman, H. S.; Burg, R.
The NGST Science Mission 24 Stockman, H. S.; Stiavelli, M.; Im, M.; Mather, J. C.
NICMOS on HST and Its Implications for NGST 34 Thompson, R. I.
On the Comparative Performance of an 8 M NGST and a Ground Based 8 M Optical/IR Telescope 42 Gillett, F.; Mountain, M.
SIRTF and Wire 53 Werner, M.
Space Infrared Astronomy in Japan 63 Matsumoto, T.
The First Stars and Quasars in the Universe 73 Loeb, A.
What Can Be Learned from Numerical Simulations of Cosmology 87 Ostriker, J.
Probing the Dark Ages of Galaxy Formation with NGST 88 Cowie, L. L.
Gravitational Lenses and NGST 96 Kochanek, C. S.
Next Generation Space Telescope Observations of High-Redshift Quasars 106 Schneider, D. P.
Infrared Luminous Galaxies and AGN 119 Rowan-Robinson, M.
Resolved Stellar Populations Beyond the Galaxy: Connecting the High Red-shift Universe with the Local Fossil Record 129 Rich, R. M.
Stars and Galactic Stellar Populations 143 Leibert, J.; Najarro, F.; Kudritzki, R.
Star Formation and the NGST 152 Beckwith, S. V. W.
Studying the Origins of Planetary Systems with NGST 163 Carr, J.; Najita, J.
Sensitivity of an Active Space Telescope to Faint Sources and Extra-solar Planets 172 Angel, R.; Woolf, N.
Solar System Science Enabled with the Next Generation Space Telescope 188 Cochran, A. L.
Science with the NGST: Summing Up 198 Dressler, A.
The Far-Infrared and Ultraviolet Emissions of Nearby Galaxies as a Probe of a Low Extinction 209 Buat, V.; Burgarella, D.; Xu, C.
Searching for Exo-zodiacal Discs with a Rotation Shearing Interferometer for NOST 214 Burg, R.; Bely, P. Y.; Petro, L.; Gay, J.; Rabbia, Y.; Baudoz, P.; Redding, D.
NIRAS: A Proposal for a Near Infrared Astronomical Survey Mission 221 Burg, R.; Bely, P. Y.; Madau, P.; McLean, B.; Noll, K.; Stiavelli, M.
Globular Clusters and the Formation of Galaxies 227 Burgarella, D.; Chapelon, S.
Simulations of NGST Observations of Ultraluminous IR Galaxies 233 Bushouse, H.; Colina, L.; Lucas, R.; Borne, K.
Present-Day Properties of Ellipticals and Formation of Galaxies at High-z 237 Carollo, C. M.; Spaans, M.; Stiavelli, M.; Mihos, J. C.
Near-IR Observations of Powerful Radio Sources 244 Devries, W. H.; O'Dea, C. P.; Perlman, E.; Baum, S. A.; Lehnert, M. D.; Barthel, P.
The Evolution of the Elemental Abundances in the Gas and Dust Phases of the Galaxy 249 Dwek, E.
Detection of the First Star Clusters With NGST 251 Haiman, Z.; Loeb, A.
Acousto-Optic Cameras for Tunable Infrared Spectral Imaging of Planetary Atmospheres and Surfaces 257 Hillman, J. J.; Glenar, D. A.; Chanover, N. J.; Blass, W. E.
A Simulation of the NGST Deep Field 263 Im, M.; Stockman, H. S.
Chemical Composition of Very High Redshift QSOs 269 Papovich, C.; Peng, E.; Pickens, C.
Projection of HST Data Exploitation Concepts to NGST 274 Rosa, M. R.; Albrecht, R.; Freudling, W.; Hook, R. N.
NGST Performance for Studying the Internal Dynamics of High-z Galaxies 279 Stiavelli, M.