This week on HST

HST Programs: November 20 - November 26 2017

Program Number Principal Investigator Program Title
14216 Robert P. Kirshner, Harvard University RAISIN2: Tracers of cosmic expansion with SN IA in the IR
14596 Xiaohui Fan, University of Arizona Is Lyman Alpha Emitter CR7 Powered by a Direct Collapse Black Hole?
14640 John Sebastian Pineda, University of Colorado at Boulder Investigating the FUV Emission of Young M dwarfs with FUMES: the Far Ultraviolet M-dwarf Evolution Survey
14644 Pieter van Dokkum, Yale University Exploring the extremely low surface brightness sky: distances to 23 newly discovered objects in Dragonfly fields
14677 Tim Schrabback, Universitat Bonn, Argelander Institute for Astronomy Probing the most distant high-mass galaxy clusters from SPT with HST weak lensing observations
14696 Eric S. Perlman, Florida Institute of Technology The Physics of the Jets of Powerful Radio Galaxies and Quasars
14712 Raghvendra Sahai, Jet Propulsion Laboratory HST-COS Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of B[e] Supergiant Stars in the Magellanic Clouds
14734 Nitya Kallivayalil, The University of Virginia Milky Way Cosmology: Laying the Foundation for Full 6-D Dynamical Mapping of the Nearby Universe
14758 Zach K. Berta-Thompson, University of Colorado at Boulder The Hydrogen Content of a Rocky Earth-Size Exoplanet
14767 David Kent Sing, University of Exeter The Panchromatic Comparative Exoplanetary Treasury Program
14777 Nahum Arav, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Deciphering Quasar Outflows and Measuring their Contribution to AGN Feedback
14840 Andrea Bellini, Space Telescope Science Institute Schedule Gap Pilot
14906 Peter J. Wheatley, The University of Warwick UV irradiation of the Earth-sized planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1
14924 Anil C. Seth, University of Utah Increasing Diversity in Galaxies with Black Hole Mass Measurements
15083 Michael Rodruck, The Pennsylvania State University Star Clusters in Tidal Debris: A UV Survey of Stellar Populations, Galaxy Interactions, and Evolution
15133 Peter Erwin, Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik Solving the Mystery of Galaxy Bulges and Bulge Substructure
15145 Adam Riess, The Johns Hopkins University The Hubble Constant to 1%: Physics beyond LambdaCDM
15146 Adam Riess, The Johns Hopkins University A New Threshold of Precision, 30 micro-arcsecond Parallaxes and Beyond
15201 Clemence Fontanive, Royal Observatory Edinburgh Looking for the Coldest Atmospheres: a Search for Planetary Mass Companions around T and Y Brown Dwarfs
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
15303 Chris D'Andrea, University of Pennsylvania Revealing the Environmental Dependence in Superluminous Supernovae Diversity
15314 Jamie R. Lomax, University of Washington High Fidelity Imaging of a Red Supergiant's Circumstellar Material
15320 Tommaso L. Treu, University of California - Los Angeles Probing the dark universe with quadruply imaged quasars
15330 Daniela Calzetti, University of Massachusetts - Amherst The Emergence of Star Clusters
15333 Ian Crossfield, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The Atmospheric Diversity of Mini-Neptunes in Multi-planet Systems
15364 Andrea Bellini, Space Telescope Science Institute Extended F814W Schedule Gap Pilot
15396 Paul A. Wilson, Universiteit Leiden Observing the beta Pic Hill Sphere Transit in the far-UV
15405 Karen J. Meech, University of Hawaii Which way home? Finding the origin of our Solar System's first interstellar visitor
15407 Melissa Lynn Graham, University of Washington NUV Monitoring of a SNIa with Late-Onset CSM Interaction

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