This week on HST


HST Programs: October 30 - November 5 2017

Program Number Principal Investigator Program Title
14241 Daniel Apai, University of Arizona Cloud Atlas: Vertical Cloud Structure and Gravity in Exoplanet and Brown Dwarf Atmospheres
14615 Elisabeth R. Newton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Evaporating Exosphere of a Young Planet
14641 Edward M. Sion, Villanova University Short Orbital Period Recurrent Novae as Supernovae Type Ia Progenitors
14706 Eilat Glikman, Middlebury College Testing the Triggering Mechanism for Luminous, Radio-Quiet Red Quasars in the Clearing Phase: A Comparison to Radio-Loud Red Quasars
14765 Ian U. Roederer, University of Michigan The Unexplored Domains of the s-Process
14767 David Kent Sing, University of Exeter The Panchromatic Comparative Exoplanetary Treasury Program
14781 Chris S. Kochanek, The Ohio State University Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Monitoring of an ASAS-SN Tidal Disruption Event
14801 Robert A. Fesen, Dartmouth College The Mysterious High-Velocity Ejecta Jets in Cassiopeia A
15073 Boris T. Gaensicke, The University of Warwick Extreme evolved solar systems (EESS)
15109 Laura Kreidberg, Harvard University Caught Red-Handed: A Novel Search for the Culprit Behind Thermal Inversions in Exoplanet Atmospheres
15115 John David Silverman, University of Tokyo Emergence of the supermassive black hole - galaxy mass relations at z > 1
15118 Benny Trakhtenbrot, Eidgenossiche Technische Hochschule (ETH) TESTING THE RELEVANCE OF MERGERS AND ENVIROMENT FOR THE FASTEST GROWING BLACK HOLES IN THE MOST INTENSELY STAR FORMING GALAXIES
15145 Adam Riess, The Johns Hopkins University The Hubble Constant to 1%: Physics beyond LambdaCDM
15181 David J. V. Rosario, Durham Univ. AGN Before and After: Towards a balanced view of the connection between circumnuclear gas and nuclear black hole activity
15201 Clemence Fontanive, Royal Observatory Edinburgh Looking for the Coldest Atmospheres: a Search for Planetary Mass Companions around T and Y Brown Dwarfs
15230 Roelof S. de Jong, Leibniz-Institut fur Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) Inner stellar halos of spiral galaxies: accretion or in-situ formation?
15232 Francesco R. Ferraro, Universita di Bologna Pushing ahead the frontier of the Globular Cluster dynamics: the 3D view of the velocity space
15235 William Edgar Harris, McMaster University The Perseus Cluster: Bridging the Extremes of Stellar Systems
15242 Lucia Marchetti, Open University SNAPshot observations of the largest sample of lensed candidates in the Equatorial and Southern Sky identified with Herschel
15267 Rebecca E. A. Canning, Stanford University HST Grism observations of the highest-z massive galaxy cluster
15270 Trent J. Dupuy, Gemini Observatory, Northern Operations The Coolest Sample of Brown Dwarf Dynamical Masses
15323 Jonelle L. Walsh, Texas A & M University Addressing a Bias in the Galaxies with Black Hole Mass Measurements
15336 Annette Ferguson, University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy The Globular Cluster Systems of Local Group Dwarf Galaxies
15344 David Jewitt, University of California - Los Angeles Centaurs and Activity Beyond the Water Sublimation Zone
15350 Walter Peter Maksym, Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory Resolved BPT Mapping of Nearby AGN
15380 Laurent Lamy, Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon Hunting the successive auroral response of Uranus and Neptune to unexpected powerful heliospheric disturbances
15403 Cristina Pallanca, Universita di Bologna Unmask the true identity of MAXI J1749-200 before Halloween
15404 Marianne Vestergaard, University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute Catching the onset of black hole activity in nearby galaxy Mrk 590

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