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Articles in “The Astronomical Journal”
Number of records: 12

D. Bayliss, S. Hojjatpanah, A. Santerne, D. Dragomir, G. Zhou, A. Shporer, K. D. Colón, J.-M. Almenara, D. J. Armstrong, D. Barrado, S. C. C. Barros, J. Bento, I. Boisse, F. Bouchy, D. Brown, T. M. Brown, A. C. Cameron, W. D. Cochran, O. Demangeon, M. Deleuil, R. F. Díaz, B. J. Fulton, K. Horne, G. Hébrard, J. Lillo Box, C. Lovis, D. Mawet, H. Ngo, H. P. Osborn, E. Pallé, E. Petigura, D. Pollacco, N. C. Santos, R. Sefako, R. J. Siverd, S. G. Sousa, M. Tsantaki, 2016,
EPIC 201702477b: A Transiting Brown Dwarf from K2 in a 41 day Orbit,
The Astronomical Journal, 153, -
D. Bayliss, S. Hojjatpanah, A. Santerne, D. Dragomir, G. Zhou, A. Shporer, J.-M. Almenara, D. J. Armstrong, D. Barrado, S. C. C. Barros, J. Bento, I. Boisse, F. Bouchy, D. Brown, T. M. Brown, A. C. Cameron, W. D. Cochran, O. Demangeon, M. Deleuil, B. J. Fulton, K. Horne, J. Lillo-Box, C. Lovis, , D. Mawet, H. Ngo, H. P. Osborn, E. Palle, E. Petigura, D. Pollacco, N. C. Santos, R. Sefako, R. J. Siverd, S. G. Sousa, M. Tsantaki, K. D. Colón, R. F. Dı́az, G. Hébrard, 2016,
EPIC 201702477b : a transiting brown dwarf from K2 in a 41 day orbit,
The Astronomical Journal, 153, -
M. Rainer, E. Poretti, M Misto, M. R. Panzera, M. Molinaro, F. Cepparo, M. Roth, E. Michel, M. J. P. F. G. Monteiro, 2016,
The spaceinn–sisma database: characterization of a large sample of variable and active stars by means of harps spectraF HARPS SPECTRA,
The Astronomical Journal, 152, -
M. López-Morales, R. D. Haywood, J. L. Coughlin, L. Zeng, L. A. Buchhave, H. A. C. Giles, L. Affer, A. S. Bonomo, D. Charbonneau, A. C. Cameron, R. Cosentino, C. D. Dressing, X. Dumusque, P. Figueira, A. F. M. Fiorenzano, A. Harutyunyan, J. Johnson, D. W. Latham, E. Lopez, C. Lovis, L. Malavolta, M. Mayor, G. Micela, E. Molinari, A. Mortier, F. Motalebi, V. Nascimbeni, F. Pepe, D. F. Phillips, G. Piotto, D. Pollacco, D. Queloz, K. Rice, D. Sasselov, D. Segransan, A. Sozzetti, S. Udry, A. Vanderburg, C. A. Watson, 2016,
Kepler-21b: A rocky planet around a V = 8.25 magnitude star,
The Astronomical Journal, 152, -
L. A. Buchhave, C. D. Dressing, X. Dumusque, K. Rice, A. Vanderburg, A. Mortier, M. López-Morales, E. Lopez, M. Lundkvist, H. Kjeldsen, L. Affer, A. S. Bonomo, D. Charbonneau, A. C. Cameron, R. Cosentino, P. Figueira, A. F. M. Fiorenzano, A. Harutyunyan, R. D. Haywood, J. A. Johnson, D. W. Latham, C. Lovis, L. Malavolta, M. Mayor, G. Micela, E. Molinari, F. Motalebi, V. Nascimbeni, F. Pepe, D. F. Phillips, G. Piotto, D. Pollacco, D. Queloz, D. Sasselov, D. Segransan, A. Sozzetti, S. Udry, C. A. Watson, 2016,
A 1.9 Earth Radius Rocky Planet and the Discovery of a Non-transiting Planet in the Kepler-20 System,
The Astronomical Journal, 152, -
L. A. Buchhave, C. D. Dressing, X. Dumusque, K. Rice, A. Vanderburg, A. Mortier, M. López-Morales, E. Lopez, M. Lundkvist, H. Kjeldsen, L. Affer, A. S. Bonomo, D. Charbonneau, A. C. Cameron, R. Cosentino, P. Figueira, A. F. M. Fiorenzano, A. Harutyunyan, R. D. Haywood, J. Johnson, D. W. Latham, C. Lovis, L. Malavolta, M. Mayor, G. Micela, E. Molinari, F. Motalebi, V. Nascimbeni, F. Pepe, D. F. Phillips, G. Piotto, D. Pollacco, D. Queloz, D. Sasselov, D. Segransan, A. Sozzetti, S. Udry, C. A. Watson, 2016,
A 1.9 Earth radius rocky planet and the discovery of a non-transiting planet in the Kepler-20 system,
The Astronomical Journal, 152, -
F. F. Rosales-Ortega, V. Petropoulou, L. Galbany, J. C. Morales, D. Mast, B. Husemann, M. A. Mendoza, C. Kehrig, P. Papaderos, J. M. Gomes, C. J. Walcher, R. A. Marino, , B. Ziegler, H. Flores, J. Alves, 2016,
Aperture effects on the oxygen abundance determinations from CALIFA data,
The Astronomical Journal, 826, -
J. Borissova, M. S. N. Kumar, P. Amigo, A.-N. Chené, R. Kurtev, D. Minniti, 2014,
Detached Dust Shell around Wolf-Rayet Star WR60-6 in the Young Stellar Cluster VVV CL036,
The Astronomical Journal, 147, 18_1-18_8
P. Lagos, E. Telles, A. Nigoche-Netro, E. R. Carrasco, 2011,
Star Cluster Complexes and the Host Galaxy in Three HII Galaxies: Mrk 36, UM 408, and UM 461,
The Astronomical Journal, 142, 162_1-162_15
S Lata, A. K. Pandey, B. Kumar, H. Bhatt, G. Pace, S. Sharma, 2010,
A deep UBVRI CCD photometry of six open star clusters in the galactic anticenter region,
The Astronomical Journal, 139, 378-389
B. Yanny, C. M. Rockosi, H. J. Newberg, G. R. Knapp, J. K. Adelman-McCarthy, B. Alcorn, S. S. Allam, C. A. Prieto, D. An, K. S. J. Anderson, S. F. Anderson, C. A. L. Bailer-Jones, S. Bastian, T. C. Beers, E. F. Bell, V. Belokurov, N. Blythe, J. J. Bochanski, W. N. Boroski, J. Brinchmann, J. Brinkmann, H. J. Brewington, L. N. Carey, K. M. Cudworth, M. L. Evans, N. W. Evans, E. Gates, B. T. Gänsicke, B. Gillespie, G. Gilmore, A. N. Gomez-Moran, E. K. Grebel, J. Greenwell, J. E. Gunn, C. Jordan, W. Jordan, P. Harding, H. Harris, J. S. Hendry, D. Holder, I. I. Ivans, Z. Ivezic, S. Jester, J. A. Johnson, S. M. Kent, S. J. Kleinman, A. Y. Kniazev, J. Krzesiński, R. G. Kron, N. Kuropatkin, S. Lebedeva, Y. Lee, R. F. Leger, S. Lépine, S. Levine, H. Lin, D. C. Long, C. P. Loomis, R. H. Lupton, O. Malanushenko, V. Malanushenko, B. Margon, D. Martinez-Delgado, P. M. McGehee, D. Monet, H. L. Morrison, J. A. Munn, Eric H. Neilsen, A. Nitta, J. E. Norris, D. Oravetz, R. Owen, N. Padmanabhan, K. Pan, R. S. Peterson, J. R. Pier, J. Platson, P. R. Fiorentin, G. T. Richards, H.-W. Rix, D. J. Schlegel, D. P. Schneider, M. R. Schreiber, A. D. Schwope, V. Sibley, A. Simmons, S. A. Snedden, J. A. Smith, L. Stark, F. Stauffer, M. Steinmetz, C. Stoughton, M. SubbaRao, A. S. Szalay, P. Szkody, A. R. Thakar, S. Thirupathi, D. L. Tucker, A. Uomoto, D. E. V. Berk, S. Vidrih, Y. Wadadekar, S. Watters, R. Wilhelm, R. F. G. Wyse, J. Yarger, D. B. Zucker, 2009,
SEGUE: A Spectroscopic Survey of 240,000 Stars With g = 14-20,
The Astronomical Journal, 137, 4377-4399
M. S. N. Kumar, B. G. Anandarao, Y. Ka Chun, 2002,
Ongoing Star Formation Activity in the L1340 Dark Cloud,
The Astronomical Journal, 123, 2583-2589

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