HST Director's Discretionary Programs

Mon Nov 20 03:30:03 EST 2017

Cycle ID PI Institution Title Orbits
25 15409 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Characterization of Distant Comet C/2017 K2 - One-orbit DD 1
25 15407 Melissa Graham University of Washington NUV Monitoring of a SNIa with Late-Onset CSM Interaction 5
25 15406 Karen Meech University of Hawaii Cause and characteristics of the major outburst of comet C/2017 O1 (ASASSN) 1
25 15405 Karen Meech University of Hawaii Which way home? Finding the origin of our Solar System's first interstellar visitor 5
25 15404 Marianne Vestergaard University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute Catching the onset of black hole activity in nearby galaxy Mrk 590 3
25 15403 Cristina Pallanca Universita di Bologna Unmask the true identity of MAXI J1749-200 before Halloween 2
25 15396 Paul Wilson Universiteit Leiden Observing the beta Pic Hill Sphere Transit in the far-UV 6
25 15382 Matt Nicholl Harvard University UV Spectroscopy of GRB170817A 1
25 15380 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon Hunting the successive auroral response of Uranus and Neptune to unexpected powerful heliospheric disturbances 8
25 15262 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble 2020: Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) Program 41
24 15379 Amanda Hendrix Planetary Science Institute Characterizing Enigmatic Phaethon in the UV 2
24 15371 John MacKenty Space Telescope Science Institute Jupiter stray light background measurements for future Europa STIS observations 3
24 15003 Joshua Kammer Southwest Research Institute Stellar Occultation by 2014 MU69 2
24 14939 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Extraordinary Comet C2017 K2 1
24 14934 Juan Hernandez Santisteban Universiteit van Amsterdam Characterising the global accretion inflow variability for PSR J1023+0038 4
24 14933 Nathalie Degenaar Universiteit van Amsterdam The accretion flow and evolutionary history of an intriguing short-period black hole X-ray binary 4
24 14932 George Pavlov The Pennsylvania State University Optical counterpart of high-speed ejecta from the gamma-ray binary LS 2883 4
24 14931 Lotfi Ben Jaffel CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris Energy balance in Saturn's upper atmosphere: Joint Lyman-alpha airglow observations with HST and Cassini 10
24 14930 William Sparks Space Telescope Science Institute Coordinated HST and SOFIA observations of Europa's plumes 2
24 14927 Renyu Hu Jet Propulsion Laboratory First Transmission Spectrum of a Cold, Water-Cloud Gas Giant Planet 6
24 14926 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute Astrometry of occultation stars for 2014MU69, New Horizons extended mission target 3
24 14925 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz 4 For 1: UV Spectroscopy of a Young, Nearby SN Ia, Cepheid Distances to 2 SN Ia, and Extremely Late-time Photometry of Another SN Ia 4
24 14913 Max Mutchler Space Telescope Science Institute WFC3 imaging of galaxy pair NGC 4298 and NGC 4302 14
24 14904 Max Mutchler Space Telescope Science Institute Supernova 1987A after 30 years 1
24 14903 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology Detection methods for water vapor in Europa's plumes. 2
24 14902 Peter Blanchard Harvard University Imaging and UV Spectroscopy of the Luminous and Unique Nuclear Transient PS16dtm 1
24 14901 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick The UV behaviour of GRB 161219B/SN2016jca 1
24 14900 Julien de Wit Massachusetts Institute of Technology Confirming the Presence of an Hydrogen Exosphere around the Earth-sized Temperate Planet TRAPPIST-1c 5
24 14899 Chris D'Andrea University of Pennsylvania DES16C2nm: Is the Highest-Redshift Supernova to Date also the Most Luminous? 1
24 14873 Julien de Wit Massachusetts Institute of Technology Exploratory observations of the TRAPPIST-1 system: essential prelude to an immediate JWST follow-up 23
24 14872 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities A Hidden Potential Counterimage of a Highly Magnified Star at Redshift z=1.49 6
24 14864 Jessica Agarwal Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research Tracing rotational fission in the first known active binary asteroid system 288P/300163 3
24 14862 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University Resolving the multiple images of the strongly lensed SNIa iPTF16geu 11
24 14860 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte The most detailed high-energy picture of Proxima Centauri, our nearest extrasolar neighbor 5
24 14756 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble 2020: Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) Program 29
23 14814 Shriharsh Tendulkar McGill University Searching the IR counterpart of the mysterious central object in RCW 103 2
23 14528 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Caustic Crossing of a Strongly Lensed Massive Star 5
23 14524 Javier Licandro Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias WFC3 imaging of active asteroid P/2016 G1 2
23 14516 Robert Quimby San Diego State University UV Spectroscopy of the Superluminous Supernova Gaia16apd 5
23 14502 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick The IR counterpart and proper motion of SGR 1935+2154 1
23 14501 Hyosun Kim Academia Sinica, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics Confirming the wide binary companion of IRC+10216 1
23 14500 Julien de Wit Massachusetts Institute of Technology Two Birds One Stone: Simultaneous Atmospheric Pre-Screening of Two Temperate Earth-Sized Exoplanets During Their Double Transit 4
23 14499 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage imaging of Mars opposition 2016 1
23 14488 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage imaging of Mars opposition 2016 2
23 14487 Ben Sugerman Goucher College Light Echoes and the Progenitor of SN 2016adj in Cen A 4
23 14486 Bernd Husemann Max-Planck-Institut fur Astronomie, Heidelberg Catching a Changing Look Quasar as it retreats to the Shadows for the Second Time 2
23 14485 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute Astrometry of 2014MU69 2
23 14484 Kenneth Chambers University of Hawaii PS15dpn - a very unusual transient discovered by Pan-STARRS. 2
23 14475 Michal Drahus Uniwersytet Jagiellonski HST Investigation of a Candidate Ultra-Young Rotational Asteroid Family Harboring a Doubly-Synchronous Binary 4
23 14474 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Comet P/2010 V1 fragmentation event 7
23 14473 Christian Knigge University of Southampton Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Black Hole Transient V404 Cygni in Outburst 5
23 14471 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage 2016 12
23 14450 Peter Brown Texas A & M University Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Unprecedented Rebrightening of the Most Luminous Supernova 2
23 14449 N.P.M Kuin Mullard Space Science Laboratory Mid-Cycle: High res UV spectrum from galactic nova V5668 Sgr post dust formation 1
23 14448 Kailash Sahu Space Telescope Science Institute Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Old White Dwarf Stein 2051B through Astrometric Microlensing 1
23 14346 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University Constraining the Position of the Most Luminous Supernova Ever Foundb 2
23 14334 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble 2020: Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) Program 29
23 14056 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Veil Nebula mosaic 18
23 14038 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of Abell 370 140
23 14037 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of Abell S1063 140
22 14348 Yi Yang Texas A & M University Polarimetry of ASASSN-15lh as a probe of explosion physics of the most luminous supernova ever discovered 7
22 14065 Christian Knigge University of Southampton Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Black Hole Transient V404 Cygni in Outburst 14
22 14064 Agustin Sanchez-Lavega Universidad del Pais Vasco A New Disturbance in Saturn's North Sub-Polar Region 3
22 14061 Francesco Ferraro Universita di Bologna Exploring the MSP prenatal stage: the optical identification of a NS burster in Terzan 5. 2
22 14058 Karen Leighly University of Oklahoma Norman Campus Using the WPVS 007 Occultation Event to Constrain the Astrophysics of Quasar Outflows 2
22 14055 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick HST NIR observations of the currently active magnetar SGR 1935+2154 2
22 14053 John Spencer Southwest Research Institute Astrometric Follow-Up of Kuiper Belt Objects for the New Horizons Mission 3
22 14043 Franz Bauer Space Science Institute HST Follow-up of a Fast Unexplained X-ray Transient in the CDF-S 1
22 14042 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble observations of a triple transit of Jupiter's Galilean Satellites 1
22 14041 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities Classifying and Following a Strongly Lensed Likely Supernova with Multiple Images 34
22 14040 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Unique Hubble Investigation of a Newly Discovered Main Belt Comet 6
22 14039 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Broad-band imaging of Westerlund 2 8
22 14036 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon Post-equinox Uranus aurorae during a strong magnetosphere-solar wind shock interaction 7
22 13937 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble 2020: Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) Program 29
22 13926 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage Observations of LBN 67 20
22 13504 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of MACSJ1149.5+2223 140
22 13498 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of MACSJ0717.5+3745 140
21 13936 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage imaging of Mars during the Comet Siding Spring encounter 1
21 13935 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University The Nature of SPIRITS Intermediate-Luminosity Mid-IR Transients 2
21 13927 Brice-Olivier Demory University of Bern Confirming the transit of the Earth-mass planet orbiting Alpha Centauri B 9
21 13632 John Clarke Boston University Seasonal Dependence of the Escape of Martian Water 3
21 13631 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Dynamical Change in Jupiter's Great Red Spot 2
21 13630 Christian Knigge University of Southampton Time-Resolved Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Missing Link Pulsar/LMXB PSR J1023 8
21 13628 Frederic Vincent LATMOS Lyman-alpha observations of the interplanetary hydrogen: support of a NASA sounding rocket program and study of the local interstellar medium 1
21 13626 Stephen Lawrence Hofstra University Light Echoes and Environment of SN 2014J in M82 6
21 13623 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage observations of NGC 2174 for HST 24th anniversary 8
21 13621 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University The closest reddened Type Ia supernova in the HST life time 7
21 13620 William Sparks Space Telescope Science Institute Probing the atmosphere of a transiting ocean world: are there ice fountains on Europa? 9
21 13619 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology Confirmation of Europa's water vapor plume activity 10
21 13612 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Hubble Investigation of the First Known, Multi-Fragment Main Belt Comet: P/2013 R3 5
21 13611 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester The nature of the low redshift ultra-long GRB130925A: core collapse or tidal disruption? 6
21 13610 Jianyang Li Planetary Science Institute Imaging Comet C/2013 A1 {Siding Spring} to Support Risk Assessment for Mars Orbiters during the Close Mars Encounter 4
21 13609 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Investigating the Trigger Mechanism for Newly Discovered Main Belt Comet P/2013 P5 7
21 13505 Dan Milisavljevic Purdue University SN 2012im/2013ek: A Supernova Double Take in NGC 6984 2
21 13496 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of MACSJ0416.1-2403 140
21 13495 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute HST Frontier Fields - Observations of Abell 2744 140
20 13502 Steven Chesley Jet Propulsion Laboratory Search for the Binary Companion of Deep Impact Target 2002 GT 2
20 13501 Heather Knutson California Institute of Technology Characterizing the Atmosphere of Benchmark Super-Earth HD 97658b 10
20 13497 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester A smoking gun for a neutron star merger in a short GRB? 4
20 13231 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage imaging of Comet ISON breakup event 5
20 13230 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick A supernova in the brightest gamma-ray burst 4
20 13229 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage imaging of Comet ISON 6
20 13199 Dean Hines Space Telescope Science Institute Imaging Polarimetry of the 2013 Comet ISON with ACS: A Pre-Perihelion Study of the Heterogeneous Coma 2
20 13198 Jianyang Li Planetary Science Institute The First Pre-Perihelion Nucleus Size Measurement of a Sungrazing Comet, C/2012 S1 {ISON} 3
20 13197 Michael A'Hearn University of Maryland Distant Activity of Comet ISON 5
20 13196 Andrea De Luca INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica The dynamical aftermath of a major gamma-ray flare from the Crab nebula 1
20 13185 Bradley Peterson The Ohio State University Mrk590: A Disappearing AGN? 1
20 13183 Frederic Vincent LATMOS Monitoring the velocity of the interplanetary hydrogen 1
20 13181 Robert Kirshner Harvard University SN 1987A-- Bridging the Gap for HST's Legacy 1
20 13180 David Ehrenreich Observatoire de Geneve Search for a Transit of Alpha Centauri Bb, the First Earth-mass Exoplanet Orbiting a Sun-like Star 20
20 13179 Robert Kirshner Harvard University Ultraviolet Spectra of the Exceptional SN 2009ip 4
19 13120 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa STIS Observations of the Galactic nova Mon 2012: a new type of > 100 MeV gamma ray emitter 1
19 13118 Michael Nolan University of Arizona Lightcurve observations of OSIRIS-REx Sample-Return Mission target 1999 RQ36 10
19 13102 Michael McDonald Massachusetts Institute of Technology Zooming in on the Starburst at the Core of the Phoenix Cluster 2
19 13067 Glenn Schneider University of Arizona The Jovian Transit of Venus - A 'Truth Test' for Atmospheric Characterization of Earth-Size Planets in Habitable Zones 15
19 13065 Stefi Baum University of Manitoba Imaging the Host Galaxy and Cluster of Hercules A 3
19 13064 David Ehrenreich Observatoire de Geneve Investigating the nature of GJ 3470b, the missing link between super-Earths and Neptunes 5
19 12813 Brian Schmidt Australian National University Network of 13 high precision STIS spectrophotometric standards for ground based surveys 15
19 12812 Zolt Levay Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble Heritage 19
19 12804 J. Kirkpatrick California Institute of Technology A Y Dwarf Like No Other: Confirming the Ultra-cold Companion to a WISE T9.5 Dwarf 1
19 12801 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Hubble Deep Search for Debris and Satellites in the Pluto System in Support of NASA's New Horizons Mission 34
19 12800 Frederic Vincent LATMOS Velocity measurement of the interplanetary hydrogen 1
19 12799 Edward Sion Villanova University The Unique Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis: The Transition to Quiescence 3
19 12792 Matthew Knight University of Maryland High Spatial Resolution Photometric Imaging of the Area Around the Nucleus of C/2011 W3 Lovejoy 1
19 12786 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick Searching for the nature of the ultra-long transient GRB 111209A 4
19 12785 Roberta Humphreys University of Minnesota - Twin Cities The Strange Supernova or Supernova Impostor SN2011ht 1
18 12725 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory A Deep Search for Satellites in the Pluto System: Providing Critical, Safety-of-Flight Support to NASA's New Horizons Mission 6
18 12686 Stephen Cenko NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Sw J2058+05: A Possible Second Relativistic Tidal Disruption Flare 2
18 12683 P. Winkler Middlebury College Estimating the Black Hole Mass in the New UltraLuminous X-ray Source in M83 2
18 12681 David Ehrenreich Observatoire de Geneve Search for a photodissociated evaporating ocean on the super-Earth 55 Cancri e 8
18 12679 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University Luminosity-Distance Standards from Gaia and HST 6
18 12675 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage: 1, 000, 000th Science Exposure and Neptune's First Orbit 7
18 12448 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York Towards a Detailed Understanding of T Pyx, Its Outbursts and Shell 27
18 12447 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute The Nature of the Remarkable Transient GRB 110328A 3
18 12446 Michael Shara American Museum of Natural History Ionization and Light Echoes in the T Pyxidis Nebula 7
18 12441 Edmund Nelan Space Telescope Science Institute FGS Science During NSSC-1 Flight Software Upgrade 5
18 12438 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester HST observations of the exceptional Christmas-day gamma-ray burst 1
18 12437 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley An Unusual Outburst from the Nucleus of the Quiescent Galaxy NGC 1589 3
18 12436 Mark Showalter SETI Institute New Horizons Mission Planning Support: A Deep Search for Faint Rings of Pluto 5
18 12435 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Investigating the Outburst of Asteroid 596 Scheila: Main Belt Comet vs Collisional Origin 2
18 12434 Andrei Lobanov Max-Planck-Institut fur Radioastronomie Deciphering the Flare in the Crab Nebula: 1
18 12381 Patrizia Caraveo INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Imaging the Crab nebula while it is flaring in gamma-rays 1
18 12360 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley Cosmology From Cluster-Hosted and z>1 Supernovae Orphaned from the MCT Program 12
18 12326 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage 2.0 18
17 12119 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Rapid Response: Unexpected Jupiter Impact 1
17 12118 Mansi Kasliwal California Institute of Technology PTF10fqs: A Luminous Red Nova in the Spiral Messier 99 1
17 12117 Andrew Drake California Institute of Technology Determining the Nature of an Exceptional Optical Transient 1
17 12077 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Monitoring the Aftermath of an Asteroid Impact Event 6
17 12053 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles Hubble Investigation of the Unusual Object P/2010 A2 3
17 12051 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley Cross Calibration of NICMOS and WFC3 in the Low-Count-Rate Regime 9
17 12050 Mario Livio Space Telescope Science Institute 20th Anniversary of HST Launch 24
17 12049 Jianyang Li Planetary Science Institute Improve the Measurement of Vesta's Pole Orientation to Support Dawn Mission 7
17 12045 Heidi Hammel Space Science Institute Evolution of the 2009 Single Impact on Jupiter 4
17 12044 Peter Eisenhardt Jet Propulsion Laboratory DD Observations of the Coldest Brown Dwarf 7
17 12007 Garth Illingworth University of California - Santa Cruz Supernova Followup 1
17 12005 Hsiao-Wen Chen University of Chicago Unveiling the Dusty Starburst Galaxy Hosting GRB080607 4
17 12004 Darin Ragozzine Brigham Young University The Last Mutual Event between the Satellites of Dwarf Planet Haumea 7
17 12003 Heidi Hammel Space Science Institute The Impact Event on Jupiter in 2009 5
17 11998 Karen Meech University of Hawaii Determining the Rotational Phase of Comet 9P/Tempel 1 in Support of the StardustNExT Mission 19
17 11817 David Ehrenreich Observatoire de Geneve Detecting the upper atmosphere of a transiting hot Neptune: A feasibility study 1
17 11806 Anthony Colaprete NASA Ames Research Center Coordinated Observations of LCROSS Impacts 7
17 11360 Robert O'Connell The University of Virginia Star Formation in Nearby Galaxies 110
17 11359 Robert O'Connell The University of Virginia Panchromatic WFC3 survey of galaxies at intermediate z: Early Release Science program for Wide Field Camera 3. 104
16 12000 Geoffrey Clayton Louisiana State University and A & M College The Natural Coronagraph of R Coronae Borealis 1
16 11994 Mario Livio Space Telescope Science Institute HST Participation in the IYA 100 Hours of Astronomy 8
16 11993 Tod Lauer National Optical Astronomy Observatory, AURA High Resolution Imaging of a Binary Supermassive Black Hole Candidate 1
16 11992 Drake Deming University of Maryland Characterizing a Rocky Transiting Planet 10
16 11991 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick Constraining the late time lightcurve and energy of GRB 090102 6
16 11990 Karen Meech University of Hawaii Determining the Physical Properties of Comet 103P/Hartley 2 in Support of NASA's EPOXI Mission 12
16 11989 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center The Integral Sign Galaxy 12
16 11987 Michael Regan Space Telescope Science Institute The Recent Star Formation History of SINGS Galaxies 98
16 11973 Robert Kirshner Harvard University SAINTS - Supernova 1987A INTensive Survey 5
16 11971 Darin Ragozzine Brigham Young University A Rare Mutual Event between Satellites of the Dwarf Planet Haumea 5
16 11969 Jianyang Li Planetary Science Institute Satellite Search for Dawn Mission Targets, Vesta and Ceres 4
16 11968 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University The Light Echoes around V838 Monocerotis: Cycle 16 DD 14
16 11967 Rachel Somerville Rutgers the State University of New Jersey WFPC2 Imaging of the Lockman Hole 125
16 11962 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University A New Supernova in the Antennae; Narrowing in on the Hubble Constant and Dark Energy 34
16 11957 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Hubble Investigation of Asteroid 21 Lutetia in Support of the Rosetta Mission Flyby 7
16 11956 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage: Side B 36
16 11945 Ronald Gilliland The Pennsylvania State University Asteroseismology of Extrasolar Planet Host Stars 190
16 11944 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation Binaries at the Extremes of the H-R Diagram 168
16 11943 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation Binaries at the Extremes of the H-R Diagram 140
16 11942 George Benedict University of Texas at Austin Increasing the Accuracy of HST Astrometry with FGS1r 54
16 11902 Mario Livio Space Telescope Science Institute Different responses in interacting galaxies 10
16 11867 John Trauger Jet Propulsion Laboratory HH 30 4
16 11827 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Observations of NGC2438 3
16 11818 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley NICMOS confirmation of an extrasolar planet candidate directly detected with ACS 18
16 11807 Mario Livio Space Telescope Science Institute Hubble WFPC2 imaging of NGC 2074 in the Large Magellanic Cloud 3
16 11800 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage imaging of NGC 3324 in the Carina Nebula 6
16 11799 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley NICMOS non-linearity calibration for faint objects 15
16 11553 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University HST Imaging of the Luminous Transient in NGC 300 2
16 11551 Joshua Bloom University of California - Berkeley When degenerate stars collide: Understanding A New Explosion Phenomena 12
16 11518 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology Mutual eclipses of a Kuiper belt-satellite system 5
16 11517 Peter Jonker Space Research Organization Netherlands A >10000 solar mass black hole 1
16 11513 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester The afterglow and host galaxy of GRB 080319: the first naked eye burst 12
16 11512 Mark Swain Jet Propulsion Laboratory Molecules in Exoplanet Atmospheres 15
16 11498 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2008 Passage of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and Oval BA 7
16 11497 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Observations of Mars and 2007 WD5 6
16 11495 Carole Haswell Open University The first direct detection of an extrasolar planetary stratosphere? 20
16 11418 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Investigating the Spectacular Outburst of Comet 17P/Holmes 3
16 11352 Andrew Gould The Ohio State University Mass and distance of the sub-Saturn microlensing planet OGLE-2007-BLG-349Lb 5
16 11329 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University The Final SHOE; Completing a Rich Cepheid Field in NGC 1309 5
15 11314 Philip James Space Science Institute Calibration of MARCI UV using WFPC2 2
15 11312 Graham Smith University of Birmingham The Local Cluster Substructure Survey {LoCuSS}: Deep Strong Lensing Observations with WFPC2 20
15 11311 Kailash Sahu Space Telescope Science Institute The high-amplification microlensing event OGLE-2007-BLG-224: a substellar lens in the Galactic disk or a low-mass stellar lens in the halo? 4
15 11310 Agustin Sanchez-Lavega Universidad del Pais Vasco Jupiter's North Temperate Belt Disturbance 4
15 11309 Jacob Bean University of Chicago Chemical Composition of an Exo-Neptune 6
15 11308 Orsola De Marco Macquarie University Planetary Nebulae, Globular Clusters, and Binary Mergers 1
15 11307 Julianne Dalcanton University of Washington Completing the ACS Nearby Galaxy Survey with WFPC2 25
15 11098 Andrew Levan The University of Warwick Pinning down the redshift of the J-band dropout JD0910+46 8
15 11097 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of SN1987a 6
15 11096 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage imaging of Jupiter during the New Horizons encounter 20
15 11095 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 6050 10
15 11093 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of PNe with WFPC2 13
15 11092 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Arp 87 10
15 11091 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Arp 148 10
15 11090 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of PNe with WFPC2 19
15 11085 William Sparks Space Telescope Science Institute Europa in Eclipse: Tenuous Atmosphere, Electromagnetic Activity and Surface Luminescence 7
15 11083 Patrick Cote National Research Council of Canada The Structure, Formation and Evolution of Galactic Cores and Nuclei 199
15 11079 Luciana Bianchi The Johns Hopkins University Treasury Imaging of Star Forming Regions in the Local Group: Complementing the GALEX and NOAO Surveys 134
15 11076 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 6302 3
15 11075 Michael Bode Liverpool John Moores University The 2006 outburst of RS Oph - Second epoch HST observations of evolving structures 3
15 11072 Carole Haswell Open University Measuring the Physical Properties of the first two WASP transiting extrasolar planets 16
15 11069 Matthew Holman Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory HAT-P-1: A Direct Glimpse into the Atmophere of a Hot Jupiter 10
15 11017 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of SN1006 2
14 11004 Michael Bode Liverpool John Moores University The 2006 outburst of RS Oph - A rapidly evolving SNR analogue with jets 1
14 10992 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Investigating the Disintegration of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 5
14 10991 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York Light Echoes from SN 2006X in M100 3
14 10783 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Rapid Response: Jupiter's White Oval Turns Red 1
14 10782 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley Quit winking: Jupiter opens its other eye 6
14 10781 Young-Jun Choi Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) Observations of the active Centaur {60558} 2000 EC98 10
14 10780 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute The Unusual Afterglow and Host Galaxy of the Short GRB 060121 8
14 10776 Matt Mountain Space Telescope Science Institute HST/ACS Mosaic of M82 24
14 10774 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Confirming the Discovery of Two New Satellites of Pluto 2
14 10770 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Mars at 2005 Opposition and Closest Approach. 2
14 10759 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology Direct measurement of the size of 2003 UB313 2
14 10718 Jeff Valenti Space Telescope Science Institute The Exosphere of a Newly Discovered Transiting Planet 18
14 10715 Massimo Capaccioli Osservatorio Astronomico di Capodimonte (OAC) CSL-1: a peculiar gravitational lens and possible cosmic string 6
14 10714 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of IC 410 4
14 10713 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 281 3
14 10712 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC7217 4
14 10711 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC1309 4
14 10710 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of ESO 325-G004 4
14 10708 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of WR 124 2
14 10705 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 5866 4
14 10700 Paul Feldman The Johns Hopkins University Guide Star Test for the Deep Impact Encounter 1
13 10707 Andrew Gould The Ohio State University First Mass Measurement of a Planet Found By Microlensing 2
13 10703 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii Life in the fast lane: The dark-matter distribution in the most massive galaxy clusters in the Universe at z>0.5 4
13 10467 Roberto Mignani INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica SEARCHING FOR LIGHT ECHOES AFTER THE SGR 1806-20- HYPERFLARE 2
13 10452 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley HST/ACS Mosaic of M51 24
13 10442 C. Kouveliotou George Washington University Searching for an IR counterpart of the Soft Gamma Repeater SGR 1806-20 2
13 10441 Timothy Brown University of Colorado at Boulder Characterizing a Newly-Found Extrasolar Planet 15
13 10390 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley Serendipitous detection of a debris disk near the Sun 12
13 10358 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute Guide Star Test for program 10265 6
13 10357 Anne Verbiscer The University of Virginia Saturn's Inner Satellites at True Opposition 4
12 10393 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Eagle Nebula 6
12 10392 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Image of the Light Echo around V838 Monocerotis 4
12 10342 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 1300 8
12 10341 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory The D/H Ratio in C/2002 T7 {LINEAR} 8
12 10095 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Deep Impact Target Comet Tempel-1 2
12 10091 Margarita Karovska Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory Soft X-ray Transient in Mira AB 4
12 10089 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Image of the Light Echo around V838 Monocerotis 3
12 10086 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley The Ultra Deep Field with ACS 1
12 10083 John Clarke Boston University HST UV Images of Saturn's Aurora Coordinated with Cassini Solar Wind Measurements 17
12 10081 Alfred Vidal-Madjar CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris Is the exoplanet HD209458b's exosphere in a blowoff state ? 12
12 10065 James Bell Cornell University Mars at Closest Approach 2
12 10041 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology Characterization of a planetary-sized body in the inner Oort cloud 2
12 9992 Robert Kirshner Harvard University Essential Observations of SN 1987A 3
12 9981 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley The Ultra Deep Field - STIS parallels 400
12 9980 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley The Ultra Deep Field - WFPC2 Parallels 400
12 9979 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley The Ultra Deep Field - NICMOS Parallels 400
12 9978 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley The Ultra Deep Field with ACS 400
12 9845 Michael Liu University of Hawaii NICMOS Confirmation of a Young Planetary-Mass Companion 6
11 9991 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center The Orbit of a Newly Discovered Transneptunian Binary 4
11 9983 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Ring Galaxy AM0644-741 5
11 9982 Dieter Reimers Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte Intergalactic-Ionized Helium toward HS 1700+6416 at maximum QSO brightness 2
11 9714 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of the Sombrero Galaxy 18
11 9713 Philippe Lamy Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille The Origin of Short-Period Comets 11
11 9705 Eric Perlman Florida Institute of Technology M87 Jet 6
11 9700 Margaret Meixner The Johns Hopkins University 2002 Leonid Observations: The Hubble Helix 9
11 9698 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 2736 {Pencil Nebula} 4
11 9696 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage observations of NGC 3370 4
11 9695 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute Guide Star Test for program 9453 3
11 9694 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University HST Imaging Polarimetry of the Light Echo around V838 Monocerotis. Part III. 9
11 9691 David Bennett NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Resolution of the Source Star for a Candidate Planetary Gravitational Microlensing Event 4
11 9678 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology Direct Measurement of the Size of the Largest Kuiper Belt Object 2
10 9679 Edmund Nelan Space Telescope Science Institute The Structure of Eta Carinae's Central Core 2
10 9646 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation Wind Accretion and State Transitions in the Black Hole Binary Cyg X-1 4
10 9635 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick UV Zeeman spectroscopy of AM Herculis 4
10 9632 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory Measuring Proper Motions in the Very Fast Outflow of the Carbon star, V Hydra 3
10 9588 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University HST Imaging Polarimetry of the Light Echo around V838 Monocerotis. Part II. 1
10 9587 Sumner Starrfield Arizona State University HST Imaging Polarimetry of the Light Echo around V838 Monocerotis 2
10 9585 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Discovery of a Binary Kuiper Belt Object by HST 3
10 9581 Edmund Nelan Space Telescope Science Institute A BEA Science Program: A High Angular Resolution Survey of Some of the Galaxy's Most Massive Stars 71
10 9576 Thomas Rauch Eberhard Karls Universitat, Tubingen Establishing an observational baseline for the newly discovered peculiar variable in Monoceros 1
10 9328 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York Comprehensive STIS Spectroscopy of the Supernova Remnant 1987A's Formation 6
10 9320 Christian Veillet University of Arizona Constraining the highly eccentric orbit of the companio of the binary TNO 1998 WW31 by observations at its pericenter 3
10 9309 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley WFPC2 Supernova Search 30
10 9307 David Bennett NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Possible Resolution of Gravitationally Lensed Images Due to an Intermediate Black Hole in the Galactic Disk 2
10 9304 Edward Sion Villanova University Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Unexpected Outburst of WZ Sagittae 4
10 9287 Christian Knigge University of Southampton STIS Ultraviolet Observations of the Death Star in Outburst 8
9 9582 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 6369 2
9 9580 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 4319 2
9 9315 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Gomez's Hamburger {IRAS 18059-3211} 1
9 9314 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of IC4406 2
9 9313 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 6397 1
9 9268 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Mars at Opposition 1
9 9267 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley WFPC2 Supernova Search 12
9 9260 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Hoag's Object 6
9 9259 Christian Veillet University of Arizona Astrometry and Photometry of the binary TNO 1998 WW31 3
9 9250 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 1275 2
9 9240 Melissa McGrath SETI Institute Astrometric Mass Determination of an Extrasolar Planet Candidate 16
9 8888 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Heritage Observations of ESO 510-13 6
9 8887 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Heritage Observations of the IC 2944 1
9 8886 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of DEM 106 2
9 8876 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Does Comet Linear Have a Nucleus? 6
9 8875 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute Coordinated HST and FUSE Observations of the IGM in the QSO HE2347-4342 2
9 8872 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York Spectroscopy of a New Hot spot in SN 1987A 6
9 8871 Agustin Sanchez-Lavega Universidad del Pais Vasco The merger of the 60-year old Jupiter's White Ovals 2
8 8809 Ethan Schreier Associated Universities, Inc. Imaging the Chandra Deep Field with HST 15
8 8807 Steve Howell NASA Ames Research Center FUV Observations of EX Hya during a Large Multi-wavelength Campaign 6
8 8806 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York Spectroscopy of a New Hot spot in SN 1987A 1
8 8789 Timothy Brown University of Colorado at Boulder Probing the Outskirts of an Extrasolar Planet: Photometry and Spectroscopy 20
8 8554 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Heritage observations of NGC 3314 2
8 8553 Michael Garcia NASA Headquarters A Bright X-ray Transient in M31 2
8 8552 Jeff Hester Arizona State University The Crab Synchrotron Nebula: Short Version 5
8 8550 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 6782 1
8 8548 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of NGC 1999 2
8 8546 Jeremy Drake Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory The First Comprehensive High Spectral Resolution Study of Stellar Coronae: The 1999 Chandra, HST, EUVE, SAX and VLA Capella Campaign 3
8 8540 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University STIS UV Spectroscopy of the Bright Galactic Nova Velorum 1999 8
8 8539 Edwin Barker University of Texas at Austin Using the Impact of the Lunar Prospector into a South Polar Cold Trap to Detect Water Ice on the Moon 3
8 8538 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage observations of Hickson Compact Galaxy Group 87 10
8 8404 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study Observing the Next Nearby Supernova 16
7 8490 David Bennett NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Confirmation of a Gravitational Microlensing Black Hole Candidate 1
7 8405 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage Observations of Jupiter 1
7 8400 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage observations of NGC 4414 3
7 8399 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Hubble Heritage observations of NGC 4650A 8
7 8394 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley HST Service Observations of GRB 990123 3
7 8391 Philip James Space Science Institute Calibration of the MOC on MGS unknown
7 8088 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley Cosmological Parameters Omega and Lambda from High-Z Type Ia Supernovae - DD 10
7 8086 Stefi Baum University of Manitoba Leonid STIS proposal 7
7 8085 Steven Beckwith University of California - Berkeley Imaging of High Redshift Starburst galaxies in the light of Lyman alpha 10
7 8076 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Observations 32
7 8075 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Observations 32
7 8074 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Observations 32
7 8073 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Observations 32
7 8071 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Flanking Fields 29
7 8060 John Stocke University of Colorado at Boulder Observation of the Unusual BL Lac Object/Compact Symmetric Object PKS 1413+135 2
7 8058 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Observations 36
7 8050 Rodrigo Ibata Universite de Strasbourg I APM 08279+5255 - An Ultraluminous BAL Quasar at z=3.87? 1
7 7967 Arjun Dey National Optical Astronomy Observatory, AURA HST Observations of a Galaxy at z=5.34 5
7 7966 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute A Search for the Host Galaxy of GRB 970508 4
7 7964 Shrinivas Kulkarni California Institute of Technology The host galaxy of GRB 971214 4
7 7952 Eduardo Martin University of Florida Are free-floating brown dwarfs single? 2
7 7941 Garth Illingworth University of California - Santa Cruz NICMOS observations of Gravitationally-Magnified Galaxy 6
7 7940 Anthony Moffat Universite de Montreal Dust Formation in the Wolf-Rayet Star WR137: NICMOS Follow-up 1
7 7804 Felix Mirabel Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) THE SUPERLUMINAL SOURCE GRS 1915+105: A RUNAWAY BLACK HOLE ? 1
7 7792 Philip James Space Science Institute HST SUPPORT FOR MARS GLOBAL SURVEYOR 6
7 7790 Nolan Walborn Space Telescope Science Institute WFPC2 Narrow-Band Imagery of the Carina Nebula (NGC3372) 4
7 7785 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute The Nature of GRB970228 and Its Surrounding Nebulosity 2
7 7714 Mauro Giavalisco University of Massachusetts - Amherst Observations of the Rest-Frame Optical Morphology of a Statistically Significant Sample of Normal Galaxies at Redshift z~3. 30
7 7702 Elena Pian INAF, Istituto di Fisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica-Bologna Observations of a possible optical counterpart of GRB970508 3
7 7633 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HDF-South Test Observations 3
7 7632 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University HST HERITAGE PROGRAM 2
7 7615 Kailash Sahu Space Telescope Science Institute Determination of the mass function of a globular cluster through gravitational microlensing 44
7 7612 William Sparks Space Telescope Science Institute INFRARED IMAGING OF 3CR RADIO GALAXIES unknown
7 7594 Alex Storrs Towson University OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SPACEWATCH (1996 BA6) 1
7 7592 Kailash Sahu Space Telescope Science Institute FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF A POSSIBLE OPTICAL COUNTERPART OF GRB 970228 6
7 7307 Gerard Gilmore University of Cambridge THE FORMATION AND EVOLUTION OF RICH STAR CLUSTERS IN THE LMC 95
6 7590 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS Omega AND Lambda FROM HIGH-REDSHIFT TYPE Ia SUPERNOVAE 28
6 7588 Brian Schmidt Australian National University Measuring q0 With Type Ia Supernovae 28
6 7209 Irwin Shapiro Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory HST Observation Coordinated with NASA/Stanford Gravity Probe_B {GP-B} Experiment 6
6 7207 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University SAKURAIS NOVALIKE VARIABLE IN SAGITTARIUS: EJECTA AND LIGHT ECHOES 1
6 7204 S. Stern Southwest Research Institute PRE-PERIHELION OBSERVATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ROSETTA MISSION TARGET COMET 46P/WIRTANEN IN SUPPORT OF UV SPECTROMETER DESIGN AND 4
6 6965 Michael Shara American Museum of Natural History GK Per - Nova 1901 11
6 6889 Simon Rosen University of Leicester THE ACCRETION REGION AND ACCRETION FLOW OF QS TEL. 4
6 6886 Priscilla Frisch University of Chicago GHRS OBSERVATIONS OF ETA UMA 10
6 6845 David Soderblom Space Telescope Science Institute 51 Pegasi X? 2
5 7201 Ian Smail Durham Univ. Gravitational Imaging in Well-Constrained Clusters: Absolute Masses and Faint Galaxy Redshifts - Cycle 5 DD Observations unknown
5 6846 Heidi Hammel Space Science Institute OBSERVATIONS OF NEPTUNE AND PLUTO FOR THE "LIVE FROM HST" TELEVISION PROGRAM 3
5 6841 Michael A'Hearn University of Maryland THE NUCLEUS OF COMET H-M-P 2
5 6343 Hyron Spinrad University of California - Berkeley FINDING THE LYMAN-ALPHA CLOUD AROUND 51 PEG B WITH GHRS 3
5 6342 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago The Spectrum of Background Light unknown
5 6340 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute THE HDF EXPERIMENTS: FLANKING FIELDS unknown
5 6337 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute THE HUBBLE DEEP FIELD 150
5 6324 Giovanni Bignami Instituto Universitario de Studi Superiori Pavia PARALLAX OF GEMINGA 3
5 6313 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute THE HDF EXPERIMENTS: A TEST 2
5 6309 Francesco Bertola Universita degli Studi di Padova DETERMINING THE SED OF AN ULTRAVIOLET FLARE AT THE CENTRE OF THE ELLIPTICAL GALAXY NGC 4552 unknown
5 6248 Marco Tavani INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica HST OBSERVATIONS OF NOVA SCORPII 2
5 6164 Lyman Spitzer Princeton University COMPOSITION OF GAS IN INDIVIDUAL INTERSTELLAR CLOUDS: CYCLE 5 DDT OBSERVATIONS 8
5 6156 Peter Jakobsen University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute IS THE INTERGALACTIC HEII ABSORPTION IN PKS 1935-692 AND Q0302-003 TRULY DIFFERENT? unknown
4 6315 Roger Yelle University of Arizona THE AFTERMATH OF SL9 AND JUPITER 4
4 6145 Paul Feldman The Johns Hopkins University ULTRAVIOLET IMAGERY OF JOVIAN AURORA TO SUPPORT FUV SPECTROSCOPY DURING THE ASTRO-2 MISSION 2
4 6141 Roger Yelle University of Arizona THE AFTERMATH OF SL9 AND JUPITER unknown
4 6139 Robert Kirshner Harvard University SINS: THE SUPERNOVA INTENSIVE STUDY - CYCLE4 3.5 hours
4 5776 Reta Beebe New Mexico State University OBSERVATIONS OF THE 1994 SPOT ON SATURN 0.6 hours
4 5761 Michael Shara American Museum of Natural History NARROWBAND IMAGERY OF A GAMMA RAY NOVA 2.0 hours
4 5662 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory CYCLE 4 DD HST OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) FOR JULY 1994 10.77 hours
4 5653 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory CYCLE 4 DD HST OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) FOR JUNE 1994 4.59 hours
4 5642 Alex Storrs Towson University OBSERVATIONS OF THE IMPACT OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) AND JUPITER 124.0 hours
4 5640 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory CYCLE 4 DD HST OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) FOR MAY 1994 unknown
4 5638 Robert Williams Space Telescope Science Institute HIGH RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS OF NOVA CYG 92 CYCLE 4 9.9 hours
4 5624 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory CYCLE 4 DD HST OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) FOR MARCH 1994 6.78 hours
4 5610 Manfred Vogel Fachhochschule Aargau SYMBIOTIC SYSTEMS IN THE MAGELLANIC CLOUDS CYCLE 4 HIGH 4.2 hours
4 5602 Nino Panagia Space Telescope Science Institute STUDY OF ULTRAVIOLET ECHOES AROUND SN 1993J 6.44 hours
4 5590 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory CYCLE 4 DD HST OBSERVATIONS OF COMET SHOEMAKER-LEVY (1993E) 5.2 hours
4 5581 R. Nather University of Texas at Austin TIME-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF THE PULSATING DA WHITE DWARF DN DRACONIS: CYCLE4 MEDIUM 22.8 hours
4 5094 Lyman Spitzer Princeton University COMPOSITION OF GAS IN INDIVIDUAL INTERSTELLAR CLOUDS: CYCLE 4 OBSERVATIONS 3.39 hours
3 5264 Francesco Paresce INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica HIGH RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS OF NOVA CYG 92 2.7 hours
3 5255 Keith Horne University of St. Andrews MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF THE FLARES AND OSCILLATIONS AE AQR 5.0 hours
3 5184 William Sparks Space Telescope Science Institute CURRENT HST IMAGING OF A NEARBY SPIRAL GALAXY 3.2 hours
3 4836 Lyman Spitzer Princeton University COMPOSITION OF GAS IN INDIVIDUAL INTERSTELLAR CLOUDS: CYCLE 3 MEDIUM PRIORITY OBSERVATIONS 6.61 hours
2 5064 Pierluigi Bernacca Universita degli Studi di Padova DIAGNOSTIC OF EARLY STELLAR EVOLUTION: SEARCH FOR PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE STARS AND DETERMINATION OF THEIR ABSOLUTE ORBITS-FIXED 1.0 hours
2 4826 Lewis Hobbs University of Chicago INTERSTELLAR LEAD 1.4 hours
2 4806 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa SECOND EPOCH HIGH RESOLUTION ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY OF NOVA CYGNI 1992 IN THE NEBULAR PHASE 6.0 hours
2 4782 Richard McCray University of Colorado at Boulder CONDUCTIVE INTERFACES IN STELLAR WIND BUBBLES REPEAT FOR 2492 2.0 hours
2 4748 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center DIRECT IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF NEAR-EARTH ASTEROID 4179 TOUTATIS unknown
2 4719 Alan Dressler Carnegie Institution of Washington MORPHOLOGY OF GALAXIES IN CLUSTERS AT Z = 0.5 - CYCLE 2 DD PROGRAM - CONT OF 2373 10.0 hours
2 4593 Giovanni Bignami Instituto Universitario de Studi Superiori Pavia POSITIONING OF THE GEMINGA OPTICAL COUNTERPART 2.2 hours
2 4247 Stephen Holt NASA Goddard Space Flight Center UV OBSERVATIONS OF GEMINGA 1.5 hours
2 4210 Bradley Peterson The Ohio State University INTERNATIONAL AGN WATCH: MAPPING THE BROAD-LINE REGION IN NGC 3783 2.7 hours
2 4165 Sergio Ilovaisky Observatoire de Haute Provence ASTROMETRY OF THE 4U1543-47 X-RAY TRANSIENT OPTICAL COUNTERPART 6.0 hours
2 3905 Jeremy Mould Swinburne University of Technology DETERMINATION OF THE EXTRAGALACTIC DISTANCE SCALE. II. M81 & M101 13.0 hours
2 3858 Beverley Wills University of Texas at Austin THE INNER REGIONS OF QUASARS: CYCLE 2 CONTINUATION 10.0 hours
2 3688 Pierluigi Bernacca Universita degli Studi di Padova DIAGNOSTIC OF EARLY STELLAR EVOLUTION: SEARCH FOR PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE STARS AND DETERMINATION OF THEIR ABSOLUTE ORBITS 5.0 hours
2 3594 F. Macchetto Space Telescope Science Institute IMAGING POLARIZATION OF THE M87 NUCLEUS AND JET 9.0 hours
1 4164 Keith Horne University of St. Andrews INSTABILITIES IN ACCRETION DISCS AND THE OUTBURSTS OF DWARF NOVAE -- REPEAT FOR HOPR#57 unknown
1 4053 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa HIGH RESOLUTION ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY OF NOVA CYGNI 1992 IN THE NEBULAR PHASE 3.25 hours
1 4051 Robert Antonucci University of California - Santa Barbara POLARIZATION AND BROAD ABSORPTION LINES IN QUASARS-REPEAT 1.4 hours
1 4005 S. Stern Southwest Research Institute HST UV IMAGING OF JUPITER TO SUPPORT THE INTERPRETATION OF ULYSSES XRAY MEASUREMENTS 3.6 hours
1 3992 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study GRAVITATIONAL LENS CANDIDATE 1208+101: SPECTROSCOPY 4.37 hours
1 3981 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study GRAVITATIONAL LENS CANDIDATE 1208+101: PHOTOMETRY 4.4 hours
1 3882 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROPOLARIMETRY OF AG CAR IN ITS CURRENT OUTBURST 3.0 hours
1 3412 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa HIGH RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS OF NOVA LMC 1991 7.8 hours
1 3109 J. Westphal California Institute of Technology SATURN TIME LAPSE - TARGET OF OPPORTUNITY unknown
1 3090 J. Westphal California Institute of Technology SATURN WHITE SPOT - TARGET OF OPPORTUNITY 23.0 hours
1 2957 S. Stern Southwest Research Institute HIGH RESOLUTION UV SPECTROSCOPY OF TRITON 1.8 hours
1 2955 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College UV IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF S ANDROMEDAE IN M31 5.0 hours
0 3381 Nino Panagia Space Telescope Science Institute OBSERVATIONS OF X-RAY NOVA MUSCAE 1991 - REPEAT,HOPR #0011 3.2 hours
0 3232 Nino Panagia Space Telescope Science Institute OBSERVATIONS OF X-RAY NOVA MUSCAE 1991 6.0 hours
0 3159 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study NON-PROPRIETARY ("SNAPSHOT") SURVEY - 2 unknown
0 3158 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study NON-PROPRIETARY ("SNAPSHOT") SURVEY - 1 unknown
0 3157 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study NON-PROPRIETARY ("SNAPSHOT") SURVEY - 4 unknown
0 3156 John Bahcall Institute For Advanced Study NON-PROPRIETARY ("SNAPSHOT") SURVEY - 3 unknown