This week on HST


HST Programs: November 13 - November 19 2017

Program Number Principal Investigator Program Title
14216 Robert P. Kirshner, Harvard University RAISIN2: Tracers of cosmic expansion with SN IA in the IR
14660 Lorrie Straka, Sterrewacht Leiden Morphology and Orientation of QSO Absorber Host Galaxies at z<1.5 Detected with VLT/MUSE1/st
14679 Daniel P. Stark, University of Arizona Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies with HST/COS: Completing the Groundwork for JWST
14682 Bjorn Benneke, Universite de Montreal A Search for Methane, Ammonia, and Water on Two Habitable Zone Super-Earths
14696 Eric S. Perlman, Florida Institute of Technology The Physics of the Jets of Powerful Radio Galaxies and Quasars
14719 Philip N. Best, Royal Observatory Edinburgh The detailed properties of star-forming regions at high redshift: a matched-resolution HST-Halpha-ALMA study
14721 Christopher J. Conselice, University of Nottingham The Fundamental Plane of Ultra-Massive Galaxies at z~2
14722 Steve Croft, Eureka Scientific Inc. A Local Laboratory for Studying Positive Feedback from Supermassive Black Holes
14734 Nitya Kallivayalil, The University of Virginia Milky Way Cosmology: Laying the Foundation for Full 6-D Dynamical Mapping of the Nearby Universe
14751 Fakhri S Zahedy, University of Chicago Resolving Fe-rich Neutral ISM in a Massive Quiescent Galaxy at z~0.4
14761 Geoffrey C. Clayton, Louisiana State University and A & M College Mapping the UV Extinction Properties of PHAT Stars in M31
14765 Ian U. Roederer, University of Michigan The Unexplored Domains of the s-Process
14769 Sangmo Tony Sohn, Space Telescope Science Institute Proper Motions of Two Local Prototype Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies NGC 147 and NGC 185
14777 Nahum Arav, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Deciphering Quasar Outflows and Measuring their Contribution to AGN Feedback
15075 Jay Christopher Howk, University of Notre Dame The CGM of Massive Galaxies: Where Cold Gas Goes to Die?
15110 Laura Kreidberg, Harvard University A Study of the UV Environment for Three Small Planets Transiting a Nearby M-Dwarf
15115 John David Silverman, University of Tokyo Emergence of the supermassive black hole - galaxy mass relations at z > 1
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
15189 David John Wilson, The University of Warwick Post Common Envelope Binaries as probes of M dwarf stellar wind and habitable zone radiation environments
15212 Michele Trenti, University of Melbourne The brightest galaxies in the first 700 Myr: Building Hubble's legacy of large area IR imaging for JWST and beyond
15215 Vardha N. Bennert, Cal Poly Corporation, Sponsored Programs Department A Local Baseline of the Black Hole Mass - Host Galaxy Scaling Relations for Active Galaxies
15242 Lucia Marchetti, Open University SNAPshot observations of the largest sample of lensed candidates in the Equatorial and Southern Sky identified with Herschel
15264 Zach K. Berta-Thompson, University of Colorado at Boulder The M Dwarf UV Spectra Irradiating Nearby Transiting Terrestrial Planets
15304 Julien de Wit, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Collecting the Puzzle Pieces: Completing HST's UV+NIR Survey of the TRAPPIST-1 System ahead of JWST
15307 Michael D. Gladders, University of Chicago Building the SPT-HST Legacy: Imaging Massive Clusters to z=1.5
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

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