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Articles in journals
Number of records: 2

C. Inserra, R. C. Nichol, D. Scovacricchi, J. Amiaux, M. Brescia, C. Burigana, E. Cappellaro, C. S. Carvalho, S. Cavuoti, V. Conforti, J.-C. Cuillandre, A. C. da Silva, A. de Rosa, M. Della Valle, J. Dinis, E. Franceschi, I. Hook, P. Hudelot, K. Jahnke, T. D. Kitching, H. Kurki-Suonio, I. Lloro, G. Longo, E. Maiorano, M. Maris, J. D. Rhodes, R. Scaramella, S. J. Smartt, M. Sullivan, C. Tao, R. Toledo-Moreo, I. Tereno, M. Trifoglio, L. Valenziano, 2018,
Euclid: Superluminous supernovae in the Deep Survey,
Astronomy and Astrophysics, 609, -
L. Malavolta, A. W. Mayo, T. Louden, V. M. Rajpaul, A. S. Bonomo, L. A. Buchhave, L. Kreidberg, M. H. Kristiansen, M. López-Morales, A. Mortier, A. Vanderburg, A. Coffinet, D. Ehrenreich, C. Lovis, F. Bouchy, D. Charbonneau, D. Ciardi, A. C. Cameron, R. Cosentino, I. J. M. Crossfield, M. Damasso, C. D. Dressing, X. Dumusque, M. Everett, P. Figueira, A. F. M. Fiorenzano, E. J. Gonzales, R. D. Haywood, A. Harutyunyan, L. A. Hirsch, S. B. Howell, J. A. Johnson, D. W. Latham, E. Lopez, M. Mayor, G. Micela, E. Molinari, V. Nascimbeni, F. Pepe, D. F. Phillips, G. Piotto, K. Rice, D. Sasselov, D. Ségransan, A. Sozzetti, S. Udry, C. A. Watson, 2018,
An Ultra-short Period Rocky Super-Earth with a Secondary Eclipse and a Neptune-like Companion around K2-141,
The Astronomical Journal, 155, -
Ph.D. Thesis and M.Sc. Dissertations
Number of records: 6

D. T. Andreasen, 2018,
Determination of stellar parameters for M-dwarf stars: the NIR approach,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): S. G. Sousa, N. C. Santos
L. Ebrahimpour, 2018,
Characterizing dark energy with EUCLID data on galaxy clusters,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): P. T. P. Viana
J. P. Faria, 2018,
Exoplanet detection in metal-poor stars: a fundamental test for planet formation models,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): N. C. Santos, P. Figueira
J. H. C. Martins, 2018,
Characterizing the atmosphere of exoplanets through transmission and reflected light spectroscopy,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): P. Figueira, N. C. Santos
A. C. S. Rei, 2018,
The activity and evolution of low-mass Young Stellar Objects,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): J. F. Gameiro
I. Yu. Rybak, 2018,
Cosmic Paleontology: Searching for Superstrings,
Doctoral Program in Astronomy (3rd cycle),
Supervisor(s): C. J. A. P. Martins, A. Avgoustidis

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