HST Time Allocation Committee Programs

Mon Jun 24 03:30:07 EDT 2024

Cycle Type ID PI Institution Country Title Allocated Orbits
31 GO 17627 Mingyu Li Tsinghua University CHN Origin and Feedback of a Giant Radio Galaxy in an Extreme Protocluster at z=2.3 2
31 GO 17613 Adina Feinstein Michigan State University USA Continuing the Legacy of AU Mic: Simultaneous FUV and NIR Observations of AU Mic b 24
31 GO 17612 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA JWST's Exoplanet Grand Tour Spectroscopic Survey 24
31 GO 17611 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University SWE Measuring the Hubble constant with the next multiple-imaged lensed supernova 2
31 GO 17608 Balpreet Kaur National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR IND Mapping HI 21cm emission from two FRB host galaxies at z~0.045 2
31 GO 17607 Michael Jones University of Arizona USA A new gas-rich local dwarf galaxy identified with machine learning 1
31 GO 17606 Huei Sears Northwestern University USA Meet Me In the Afterglow: Late-time follow up of the Ultra-luminous GRB 221009A 12
31 GO 17605 Guangwei Fu The Johns Hopkins University USA Search for C, N, O in a long-period transiting warm Saturn 10
31 GO 17604 Stefanie Fijma Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD An unbound accretion flow in the quiescent binary Cen X-4 4
31 GO 17603 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR Did the progenitor of the Type IIb SN2011dh actually have a binary companion? 5
31 GO 17602 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA Understanding the Rapid Evolution in the Light Curve of the White Dwarf Pulsar AR Scorpii 5
31 GO 17601 Frederic Dux Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne CHE The first changing-multiplicity lensed quasar: a probe of sub-parsec quasar structure at Cosmic Noon 2
31 GO 17600 Shreyas Vissapragada Harvard University USA The Exosphere of an Venus-Like Exoplanet 10
31 GO 17599 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA The optical emission of the highest redshift lens system 10
31 GO 17598 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA The globular clusters of Dragonfly 44 13
31 GO 17597 Eric Peng NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Probing the galactic origin of ultra-compact dwarf galaxies 9
31 GO 17596 Craig Pellegrino The University of Virginia USA Revealing the Powering Mechanisms of Type Icn Supernovae through Late-time Observations 4
31 GO 17595 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA A X-ray through Radio Exo-Space Weather Campaign to Study the Young Sun, EK Dra 12
31 GO 17593 Hans Boehringer Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics DEU Studying a massive galaxy cluster to be used as gravitational lens telescope 2
31 GO 17592 Joseph Neilsen Villanova University USA The Variable Optical-X-ray SED of M87 4
31 GO 17591 Missagh Mehdipour Space Telescope Science Institute USA Probing the long-term evolution of obscuring winds and their impact in NGC 5548 2
31 GO 17590 Jeremy Hare Catholic University of America USA PROBING THE QUIESCENT EMISSION OF A UNIQUE ISOLATED NEUTRON STAR 4
31 GO 17589 Noel Castro Segura The University of Warwick GBR Legacy Observations of BHXRBs: wind driving mechanism and relation with the jet 10
31 GO 17587 Giulia Illiano INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Fast Variability of the Inner Accretion Flow in Transitional Millisecond Pulsars: a Multi-Wavelength Campaign to Unveil Mode Switching 1
31 GO 17583 Brendan O'Connor Carnegie Mellon University USA Understanding the Hubble tension and jet physics through joint electromagnetic and gravitational wave observations of a neutron star merger 28
31 GO 17580 Giuseppina Fabbiano Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Probing the AGN-Host Relationship in the LINER /CT-AGN NGC 4102 10
31 GO 17579 John Hughes Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA A Newly Identified Merging Cluster Near Pericenter 5
31 GO 17578 Jimmy Irwin University of Alabama USA Eat Your Green Pea Galaxies!7 7
31 GO 17577 Mark Reynolds The Ohio State University USA Probing Super-Eddington Outflows via Accreting Galactic BeXRBs 1
31 GO 17576 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Rossby Conundrum 10
31 GO 17575 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA GOTCHA! Gravitational wave counterparts Observed wiTh CHAndra 16
31 GO 17574 Benjamin Roulston Clarkson University USA Spin Me Right Round: Testing Accretion Spin-up in Wide Binary Main-Sequence Carbon Stars 9
31 AR 17573 Anatasia Morgan Northern Arizona University USA An archival search for faint Trans-Neptunian Objects unknown
31 AR 17572 Sumit Sarbadhicary The Ohio State University USA A comprehensive survey of where stars explode in the interstellar medium unknown
31 AR 17571 Adam Kraus University of Texas at Austin USA PSF-DASH: The IMF to Planetary Masses via a New Forward-Modeling Analysis of DASH Mosaics unknown
31 AR 17570 Benjamin Oppenheimer University of Colorado at Boulder USA A Novel Descriptive Parametric Model of Gaseous Atmospheres unknown
31 AR 17569 Frances Cashman Presbyterian College USA Tracing the Origin of High-Velocity Clouds with UV Dust Depletions unknown
31 AR 17568 Farhanul Hasan New Mexico State University USA Unveiling the connection between gas flows around galaxies and the cosmic web using QSO spectra unknown
31 AR 17567 Pippa Molyneux Southwest Research Institute USA Mapping a new mid-UV absorption feature on Ganymede unknown
31 AR 17566 Artem Burdanov Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Deepest high-inclination pencil-beam survey for Trans-Neptunian objects unknown
31 AR 17565 Wei Leong Tee University of Arizona USA HST+JWST: An Archival Survey of Variability-Selected Faint AGN at z=5-7 unknown
31 AR 17564 Samir Salim Indiana University System USA The Best of Both Worlds: Bringing HST Resolution to SDSS Statistical Samples for the Study of Galaxy Quenching unknown
31 AR 17563 Russell Ryan Space Telescope Science Institute USA ArchExtract: Maximizing Hubble's Archival Legacy of Slitless Spectroscopy unknown
31 AR 17562 Mary Putman Columbia University in the City of New York USA The Spiral Galaxy Halo Gas Profile at z=0 and the Link to Satellite Quenching unknown
31 AR 17561 Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffi Amherst College USA The largest high angular resolution survey of ultracool dwarfs using the HST archive unknown
31 AR 17560 Christopher Garling The University of Virginia USA Probing Patchy Reionization with Uniformly Measured Star Formation Histories of Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies unknown
31 AR 17559 Alaina Henry Space Telescope Science Institute USA Galactic Winds Unveiled: Leveraging Cloud Simulations with Radiative Transfer to Constrain Feedback unknown
31 AR 17558 Robert Hargreaves Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Sulfur Vision! Refining our view of sulfur-containing UV opacities for exoplanet atmospheres unknown
31 AR 17557 Yong Zheng Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute USA Mapping Localized, Feedback-Driven Outflows Across the Nearby, Low-Mass Galaxy Sextans A unknown
31 AR 17556 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA Quasar outflows in the HST/UV archive: Measuring major contributors to AGN feedback unknown
31 AR 17555 James DerKacy Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA The UV Future is Now: Tapping Hubble's UV Spectral Archive to Drive Current and Future Type Ia Supernova Science unknown
31 AR 17554 Rupert Croft Carnegie Mellon University USA Galaxy Parallax Preparatory Science unknown
31 AR 17553 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA The Nature of a Newly Discovered Wolf-Rayet Binary: Archetype of Stripping? unknown
31 AR 17552 Rupali Chandar University of Toledo USA Identifying X-ray Binaries with High-Mass Donor Stars in Nearby Spiral Galaxies unknown
31 AR 17551 Benjamin Rackham Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Unlocking the Stellar Treasure Trove: A Legacy Library of Stellar Hosts' Heterogeneities, Activity, and Spectral Contributions from HST Exoplanet Data unknown
31 AR 17550 Alyson Brooks Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Interpreting Age Gradients in Dwarf Galaxies unknown
31 AR 17549 Anna Wright The Johns Hopkins University USA Predicting Dwarf Galaxy Evolution in Resolved Milky Way Halos unknown
31 AR 17548 Wenlei Chen Oklahoma State University Main Campus USA Reanalysis of the core-collapse supernova rate at cosmic noon in the archival HST imaging unknown
31 AR 17547 Ferah Munshi George Mason University USA Teasing Apart the Effects of Radiation and SN Feedback in Simulated Observations of Dwarf Galaxies unknown
31 AR 17546 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The Local Gaseous Cosmic Web unknown
31 AR 17545 Jeyhan Kartaltepe Rochester Institute of Technology USA The Role of Galaxy Mergers and Interactions in Fueling Star Formation and Black Hole Activity unknown
31 AR 17544 Abigail Lee University of Chicago USA Quantifying Systematics in the JAGB Method Distance Scale in M33 unknown
31 GO 17543 Guangwei Fu The Johns Hopkins University USA Unveiling the nightside of ultra-short period ultra-hot Jupiter TOI-2109b 30
31 GO 17542 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA Emission-Line Imaging of the M 82 Wind: Moving from Phenomenology to Physics 26
31 GO 17541 Glenn Kacprzak Swinburne University of Technology AUS Completing the uncharted baryon cycle at the ISM/CGM interface to determine how galaxies get their gas 34
31 GO 17540 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Fragmented Asteroid 331P/Gibbs 6
31 GO 17539 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Cometary Disruption 3
31 GO 17538 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA The Next Interstellar Interloper 4
31 GO 17537 Guangwei Fu The Johns Hopkins University USA How shiny is HD209458b in the NUV? 10
31 GO 17536 Sylvain Veilleux University of Maryland USA Probing the Cool, Warm, and Hot Gas at the Center of the Perseus Cluster with Deep Far-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy 8
31 GO 17535 Sylvain Veilleux University of Maryland USA Dust in Galactic Winds and Fountains: A Near-UV Survey of Nearby Highly Inclined Starburst and Active Disk Galaxies 44
31 GO 17534 Keighley Rockcliffe Dartmouth College USA A young burping planet: characterizing the variable atmospheric escape of the exciting AU Mic b 20
31 GO 17533 Jillian Rastinejad Northwestern University USA Identifying a New Source of r-Process Nucleosynthesis with HST 8
31 GO 17532 Todd Tripp University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA High-Velocity Cloud Complex M: Precise Constraints on the Conditions, Abundance Patterns and Dust Content, and the Physics of Circumgalactic Gas in the Disk-Halo Interface 8
31 GO 17531 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA Planetary Nebulae in Star Clusters: Testing Membership with High-Precision Proper Motions 3
31 GO 17530 Lee Patrick Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Hot and cool - hot companions as probes of red supergiants 38
31 GO 17529 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Adding the Stripped-Envelope Supernova iPTF 13bvn to the Ongoing Search for Surviving Companion Stars 12
31 GO 17528 Chris Mihos Case Western Reserve University USA Ultradiffuse Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster 40
31 GO 17527 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA Weighing the Most Massive Binary 4
31 GO 17526 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Mega-deep UV spectroscopy of star-forming galaxies: completing the picture of the extremely metal-poor massive stars underlying high-ionization UV nebular emission 74
31 GO 17525 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Improving the Orbit of Queta: Enabling Observations with the Lucy Spacecraft 1
31 GO 17524 Audrey Thirouin Lowell Observatory USA A Deep Search for Moons around Contact Binary Trans-Neptunian Objects. 10
31 GO 17523 Edward Cackett Wayne State University USA Determining the broad line region continuum contribution in NGC 7469 2
31 GO 17522 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Betelgeuse: The Great Dimming Redux? 8
31 GO 17521 Catherine Espaillat Boston University USA A multiwavelength study of protoplanetary disk ionization 6
31 GO 17520 Louise Breuval The Johns Hopkins University USA A 1% cross-calibration of Cepheids, TRGB, and JAGB in five nearby galaxies with HST 33
31 GO 17519 Igor Chilingarian Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Chasing the tail: measuring a proper motion of the Coma cluster dwarf ram-pressure-stripped galaxy GMP2640 with its extraordinary star cluster population. 6
31 SNAP 17518 Alexander Beckett Space Telescope Science Institute USA PIE+: Identifying LyC leakers through improved photometry of the PIE survey fields 65
31 GO 17517 Hsiao-Wen Chen University of Chicago USA CONTACT: Circumgalactic Observations of Nuv-shifted Transitions Across Cosmic Time 131
31 GO 17516 Marjorie Decleir Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA Dust extinction at its extremes - from the smallest to the largest dust grainsh 23
31 GO 17515 Svea Hernandez Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Chasing Lyman Continuum Leakers in the Local Universe 10
31 GO 17514 Burcin Mutlu-Pakdil Dartmouth College USA Three new isolated, faint and star-forming dwarf galaxies beyond the Local Group 3
31 GO 17513 Paul Bennet Space Telescope Science Institute USA Proper Motions of Galaxies in the M81 Group: Unleashing the Full Power of HST's 20-year Time Baseline 42
31 GO 17512 Francisco Mueller-Sanchez University of Memphis USA Probing SMBH/Galaxy Co-Evolution with Dual and Binary AGN 15
31 GO 17511 Jaya Maithil Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Major Overhaul of Ultraviolet-Based Black Hole Mass Prescriptions 29
31 GO 17510 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA The Origin of the Virgo Intergalactic Population 20
31 GO 17509 Christina Lindberg The Johns Hopkins University USA Winging the SMC: 3D Structure of the Interstellar Medium in the Tidally Distrupted Wing of the SMC 15
31 GO 17508 Imad Pasha Yale University USA HST imaging of a newly discovered many-ringed galaxy 2
31 GO 17507 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Going Up on a Thursday: Flash Spectroscopy of Type II Supernovae with HST 21
31 SNAP 17506 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Constraining the CSM Interaction Engine in Type II Supernovae 38
31 GO 17505 Sukanya Chakrabarti University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Constraining dark matter near the Galactic plane with precisely timed eclipsing binary stars 32
31 SNAP 17504 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA SNAP Survey for Strongly Lensed Supernovae and Magnified Stars 180
31 GO 17503 Hannah Diamond-Lowe Technical University of Denmark-DTU Space DNK Hot Rock Stars: Capturing high-energy spectra of 5 M dwarfs hosting terrestrial exoplanets that JWST will test for atmospheres 47
31 GO 17502 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA Resolving gas, star formation and feedback in nearby galaxies with an HST+JWST+ALMA Treasury 169
31 GO 17501 Paul Bennet Space Telescope Science Institute USA Lone Lion or Part of a Pride: Proper Motion and Orbit of Leo P 16
31 GO 17500 William Blair The Johns Hopkins University USA Expansion and Evolution of the Crab Nebula: A 23+ Year HST Perspective 36
31 GO 17499 John Raymond Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Dust Destruction in Supernova Remnant Shock Waves 6
31 GO 17498 David Sand University of Arizona USA The Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy System of NGC300 -- A New Frontier and Analog to the Large Magellanic Cloud 3
31 GO 17497 Stefano Valenti University of California - Davis USA UV CSM Interaction in the extremely nearby SN 2023ixf in M101 7
31 GO 17496 Josefin Larsson Royal Institute of Technology SWE Expanding shocks and the emergence of the compact object in Supernova 1987A 17
31 GO 17495 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Oscillations of Jupiter's Great Red Spot 18
31 GO 17494 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Resolving the C/O Abundance Discrepancy with HST/COS 20
31 GO 17493 Miriam Keppler University of Arizona USA Mapping the inner disk wind of RU Lup with molecular hydrogen 30
31 GO 17492 Brendan O'Connor Carnegie Mellon University USA Zooming in on the locations of short gamma-ray bursts 31
31 GO 17491 Grace Telford Princeton University USA A Legacy Far-Ultraviolet Spectral Atlas of Extremely Metal-Poor O Stars 110
31 GO 17490 Alec Hirschauer Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Local Lyman Continuum Leaker: Direct and Indirect Detections with KISSB 85 8
31 GO 17489 Shreyas Vissapragada Harvard University USA Hunting for Hazes in the Atmosphere of a Warm Super-Puff 10
31 GO 17488 Petia Yanchulova Merica-Jones Space Telescope Science Institute USA Unraveling the mystery of the rare 2175 A extinction bump in the SMC 9
31 GO 17487 Yasaman Homayouni The Pennsylvania State University USA A Fundamental Test of Black Hole Masses: Ultraviolet Echo Mapping the Multi-Scale Broad Line Gas around Quasars 50
31 GO 17486 Andrew Battisti Australian National University AUS UV-MAGPI: Sharpening our View of Dust Attenuation 33
31 GO 17485 Namrata Roy The Johns Hopkins University USA Dissecting Red geyser winds: low luminosity AGNs with large scale outflows in the ionized phase 5
31 GO 17484 Ekta Patel University of Utah USA Beyond PAndAS: Two Extremely Faint Candidate Satellites of M33 Identified in Diffuse Light 2
31 SNAP 17483 Rajeshwari Dutta Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics IND Characterizing Lyman-Alpha emitters with Snapshot Survey (CLASS) 100
31 GO 17482 George Zhou University of Southern Queensland AUS Probing active atmospheric erosion across an adolescent planet system 20
31 GO 17481 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Discovery of Six Isolated Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy Candidates in the Local Group 5
31 GO 17480 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Turn-Down in the Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation (BTFR) 12
31 GO 17479 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Capturing the signatures of planets shaping two large-radius debris belts unveiled with ALMA 8
31 GO 17478 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA A comprehensive survey of diffuse gas in the Fornax Cluster 32
31 GO 17477 Daniel Perley Liverpool John Moores University GBR HST Spectroscopy of a Fast-Rising Luminous Ultraviolet Transient 6
31 GO 17476 George Pavlov The Pennsylvania State University USA The most puzzling UV-optical-NIR spectrum of an isolated neutron star: A disk or a magnetosphere? 8
31 GO 17475 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Probing the limits of nitrogenic ultraviolet emission in the most extreme nearby star-forming galaxies 10
31 GO 17474 Justin Pierel Space Telescope Science Institute USA Pioneering Precision: Advancing Cosmology with the First Statistical Sample of Gravitationally Lensed Supernovae 45
31 GO 17473 Jack Warfield The University of Virginia USA Moving beyond the Milky Way: Enabling Cross-Observatory Proper Motion Determinations with HST and JWST 8
31 GO 17472 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Gamma-ray burst supernovae across cosmic time 30
31 GO 17471 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Elucidating Jupiter's auroral processes with HST and JWST 6
31 GO 17470 Kurt Retherford Southwest Research Institute USA HST-Juno Io Campaign: Connecting Volcanos to the Plasma Environment 122
31 GO 17469 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Bridging the Gap Between Exo-Kuiper Belts and the Solar System's Zodiacal Light in Support of Future NASA Exoplanet Missions 45
31 GO 17468 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU Space weather on GJ 436 b 21
31 GO 17467 Tom Megeath University of Toledo USA An HST + JWST Investigation of Two Protostellar Outflows in Orion: Tracing Jets From 100 au to 100,000 au 15
31 GO 17466 Clemence Fontanive Universite de Montreal CAN Tracing the wobble: astrometric monitoring of the first Y+Y brown dwarf binary 2
31 GO 17465 Alessandra Aloisi Space Telescope Science Institute USA NGC 4214: Spatially-Resolved Calibration of Indirect Methods to detect LyC Leaking Photons at all Redshifts 10
31 GO 17464 Adam Kowalski University of Colorado at Boulder USA From High-Energy Particle Beam Heating in Stars to Ozone Destruction in Planets: NUV Spectra as the Fulcrum for a Comprehensive Understanding of Flaring M Dwarf Systems 88
31 GO 17463 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute USA Evolution of the Obscuring Outflow in the Active Galaxy Mrk 817 9
31 GO 17462 Ravi Sankrit Space Telescope Science Institute USA Evolution of an isolated shock-cloud interaction along the southeastern boundary of the Cygnus Loop supernova remnant 4
31 GO 17461 Vihang Mehta California Institute of Technology USA Unlocking the rich potential of JWST slitless spectroscopy with the help of HST: an optical follow-up campaign 21
31 GO 17460 Antonija Oklopcic Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD Heavy metals escaping from a hot Neptune 15
31 GO 17459 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA High-resolution imaging of Fomalhaut's newly discovered intermediate dust belt to precisely measure the planetary system geometry 10
31 GO 17458 Dawn Erb University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee USA Spatially Resolving the Baryon Cycle at z~2-3 5
31 GO 17457 Francesco Belfiore INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri ITA Zooming in on HII regions: a comprehensive view of dust attenuation and embedded star formation in local galaxies 19
31 GO 17456 Kevin Wagner University of Arizona USA Travelling Through Time in the Beta Pictoris Disk: Exploring the Frequency of Protoplanet Collisions 12
31 SNAP 17455 Yue Shen University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA A Snapshot Survey of Sub-arcsec Dual Quasars and Lenses at z>2 250
31 GO 17454 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA A candidate nearly-dark galaxy with 4 globular clusters 6
31 GO 17453 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Activity at the Edge 17
31 GO 17452 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Lyman-alpha emission in low-mass compact galaxies with most extreme [OIII]5007/[OII]3727 ratios of above 30 22
31 GO 17451 Ravi Sankrit Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV Spectroscopy of the D-type Symbiotic, R Aquarii: Revealing the Energetics of the Inner Nebula 3
31 GO 17450 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA A holistic view of compact binary mergers: from kilonova to afterglow 24
31 GO 17449 Giorgos Leloudas Technical University of Denmark-DTU Space DNK Early spectroscopy of tidal disruption events: outflow signatures or chemical composition ? 6
31 GO 17447 Thomas Wevers Space Telescope Science Institute USA Joint HST+XMM time-resolved UV+X-ray observations of a quasi-periodically erupting X-ray source 10
31 GO 17446 Peter Milne University of Arizona USA Extending Precision Cosmology to Early Hosts of Type Ia Supernovae via Surface Brightness Fluctuation (SBF) Distances 31
31 GO 17445 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation USA Masses of Be+sdO binaries with visual orbits 15
31 GO 17444 Dusan Tubin Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU Mapping the geometry of the new lensed quasar eRASS1 J050129.5-073309 using high resolution imaging of the lens and quasar host 4
31 GO 17443 Cody Carr Zhejiang University (ZJU) CHN Establishing the Geometry of Lyman Continuum Escape 23
31 GO 17442 Susana Deustua National Institute of Standards and Technology USA Calibrating the Universe: Faint White Dwarf Standard Stars at the Ecliptic Poles for Cross-calibration of HST, Euclid and Roman 24
31 GO 17441 Kareem El-Badry California Institute of Technology USA UV spectroscopy of runaways from thermonuclear supernovae 11
31 GO 17440 Elisa Garro European Southern Observatory - Chile CHL Assembling the Milky Way: Adding Globular Clusters from the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy 12
31 GO 17439 Allison Noble Arizona State University USA Skeletons in the Cluster: Unveiling the Stellar Mass Backbone of z=1.6 Galaxies 7
31 GO 17438 Maude Gull University of California - Berkeley USA Emission-line stars in the extremely metal-poor dwarf galaxy Sextans A 8
31 GO 17437 Tania Barone Swinburne University of Technology AUS When does the initial mass function become heavy? A unique view of two massive galaxies at z=1 2
31 SNAP 17436 Joseph Jensen Utah Valley University USA An Independent High-Precision Distance Ladder for Cosmology 123
31 GO 17435 Davide Massari INAF-Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio ITA The Hubble Missing Globular Clusters Survey 61
31 GO 17434 Eduardo Vitral Space Telescope Science Institute USA Shedding Light on Dark Matter: Internal Proper Motions in Ursa Minor 16
31 GO 17433 Qiaoya Wu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA HST UV Spectroscopy of High-accretion-rate AGNs and the Origin of Offset in the Broad-Line Region Size-Luminosity Relation 19
31 GO 17432 Laura Hunter Dartmouth College USA Timescales of Stellar Feedback in Blue Galaxies: Critical Parameters for Galaxy Evolution 6
31 GO 17431 Michael Gladders University of Chicago USA A Remarkable Wide Separation Lensed Quasar 8
31 GO 17430 Kaelee Parker University of Texas at Austin USA Pulling Back the Curtain Veiling Extreme UV Galaxies: Revealing the Mysterious Sources of He II Emission 25
31 GO 17429 Michael Tucker The Ohio State University USA Elevating the Scientific Output of JWST by using HST to Examine the Heart of Type Ia Supernova 2021aefx 10
31 GO 17428 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA The M dwarf FUV Continuum: A Missing Driver of Atmospheric Hazes in Exoplanet Atmospheres 27
31 GO 17427 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA Monitoring the H-alpha Emission from the PDS 70 Planets 14
31 GO 17426 Andreas Sander Astronomisches Rechen-Institut Heidelberg DEU Benchmarking early-type Wolf-Rayet stars as sources of He II ionizing flux in stellar populations 26
31 GO 17425 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA Mapping the Collision of the Nearest Interstellar Medium Clouds 14
31 GO 17424 Rui Marques-Chaves University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE High-resolution imaging of the ionizing and non-ionizing radiation of extreme starbursts at z~2.4 23
31 GO 17423 Giulia Tozzi Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics DEU Towards an unbiased sample of sub-arcsec dual AGN with HST/STIS 32
31 GO 17422 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR Bulk abundances of the planetary material in a nearby bright gaseous disk around a white 10
31 GO 17421 Paul Strom The University of Warwick GBR Shocking detections: Characterising exocometary shock fronts by tracking star-grazing comets using the UV AlIII line 10
31 SNAP 17420 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR A legacy survey for evolved planetary systems within 100pc 150
31 GO 17419 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA A 3-Epoch Time-Lapse Movie of the Kinematics Across the Carina Nebula 19
31 GO 17418 Natasha Batalha NASA Ames Research Center USA Upon Reflection: Unveiling a Cloud Transition with a High-Precision Reflected Light Spectrum 20
31 GO 17417 Benjamin Proudfoot University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Exploring the Dynamics of Quaoar's Rings 5
31 GO 17416 Philip Bennett Dalhousie University CAN Wind Structure of 31 Cygni from UV Eclipse Mapping 10
31 GO 17415 Charles Kilpatrick Northwestern University USA SN 2019yvr: A Hydrogen-poor Supernova with Late-Time Circumstellar Interaction and a Progenitor Candidate 4
31 GO 17414 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU The SPACE Program: a Sub-neptune Planetary Atmosphere Characterization Experiment 89
31 GO 17413 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR Tripling the sample of late-time Type Ia supernovae 30
31 GO 17412 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses of the Coldest Brown Dwarfs 4
31 GO 17411 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University SWE New frontiers in gravitational lensing: multiply-imaged supernovae 3
31 GO 17410 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Reducing Type Ia Supernova Distance Biases by Separating Reddening and Intrinsic Color 30
31 GO 17409 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Advancing a decades long experiment at the Galactic center 6
31 GO 17408 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Observing Jupiter's FUV auroras during the Juno Extended Mission 10
31 GO 17407 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Delivering on the promise of multi-messenger astronomy 20
31 GO 17406 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Beat Goes On 4
31 GO 17405 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri and Environs 4
31 GO 17404 David Bennett University of Maryland USA Mass Measurement of a Candidate Balck Hole Microlens with Systematic Error Control 4
31 GO 17403 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric search for Planets orbiting the closest Y Dwarf 4
31 GO 17402 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The 25,000-Lightcurve HST-Kepler Treasury Survey 8
31 GO 17401 Anna Pala ESA-European Space Astronomy Centre ESP Accreting white dwarfs as probes of compact binary evolution 7
31 GO 17400 Jessica Lu University of California - Berkeley USA Hunting for Black Holes with Astrometric Microlensing 8
31 GO 17399 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric signature of a Second Planet in Proxima 2
31 GO 17316 Michael Jones University of Arizona USA Quenching in the lowest mass galaxies at the edge of the Local Group 2
30 GO 17312 Caroline Huang Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Refining the Mira Distance Ladder with NIRCam Observations of M101 3
30 GO 17311 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Resolving Star Formation At the Star Cluster Scale Down to ~30 pc at z=2.5 5
30 SNAP 17310 Michael Koss Eureka Scientific Inc. USA A Blue Gap Survey of Nearby Active Galaxies 389
30 SNAP 17309 Vihang Mehta California Institute of Technology USA Resolved imaging survey of the analogs of high-z massive, star-forming clumps 381
30 SNAP 17308 Cameron Lemon Oskar Klein Centre, Stockholm University SWE An HST Gap Program for lensed Quasars 408
30 SNAP 17307 Kim-Vy Tran Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Legacy Library of 500 Strong Gravitational Lenses 500
30 GO 17304 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA A Systematic Survey of Close Dual and Lensed SMBHs at Cosmic Noon 4
30 GO 17303 Ryan Cooke Durham Univ. GBR The primordial helium isotope ratio 1
30 GO 17302 Qicheng Zhang Lowell Observatory USA Mapping the Debris of Comet 96P/Machholz 7
30 GO 17301 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Ultraviolet imaging of a candidate runaway supermassive black hole 12
30 GO 17300 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Probing the Post-genitor System of Calcium-rich Transient SN 2021gno 2
30 GO 17299 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR A detailed far-ultraviolet study of the planetary debris accreting onto the magnetic white dwarf Feige 7 8
30 GO 17297 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Evolution of the DART Dimorphos Debris Field 15
30 GO 17290 Yuyang Chen University of Toronto CAN Probing the nature of the UV-bright transient emission from AT2018cow more than 4 years post-explosion 5
30 GO 17289 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Macroscopic Debris from the DART impact 4
30 GO 17288 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA A New Asteroid Pair 4
30 GO 17287 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Discovering Close Dual and Lensed SMBHs at Cosmic Noon 15
30 GO 17286 Rui Marques-Chaves University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Unveiling the origin and nature of the UV-brightest Lyman continuum emitting star-forming galaxy 5
30 GO 17285 Vivian U University of California - Irvine USA From Galactic Cores to the Cosmic Web -- A Study of Feedback and Multiphase Galactic Winds with HST and JWST 4
30 GO 17284 Emanuele Farina NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A young lensed quasar at cosmic dawn 2
30 GO 17283 Gabriele Cugno University of Michigan USA Confirming an accreting planet in a very young protoplanetary disk 3
30 GO 17282 David Wilson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Ultraviolet Photometry of TRAPPIST-1 during the next JWST Observing Window 15
30 GO 17281 Gene Leung University of Texas at Austin USA Revealing the Nature of Five Potential Bright Galaxies at z > 10 5
30 GO 17280 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA Validating and Characterizing the Protoplanet Candidate AB Aur b with WFC3/UVIS UV and Optical Photometry 9
30 GO 17279 Tomer Shenar Tel Aviv University ISR Benchmarking the first bona fide extragalactic X-ray faint massive black-hole binary 2
30 GO 17278 Ryan Chornock University of California - Berkeley USA Testing the Limit: Late-time HST Observations of the Most Energetic GRB Ever 11
30 GO 17277 Alexa Gordon Northwestern University USA Spatially Resolving the First z>1 Fast Radio Burst Host Galaxy 4
30 GO 17276 Ingrid Pelisoli The University of Warwick GBR A new radio pulsing white dwarf? 12
30 GO 17275 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA The closure of two climate cycles in Jupiter's atmosphere during the Juno era 8
30 GO 17274 Missagh Mehdipour Space Telescope Science Institute USA Catching changing-look AGN NGC 3516 at a bright flux level to establish the role of winds 2
30 GO 17273 Jelle Kaastra Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Through darkness and light: the many faces of the outflows in NGC 3783 2
30 GO 17272 Stefanie Fijma Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD A transient outflow in the short-period binary UW CrB 6
30 GO 17270 Aaron Evans The University of Virginia USA The Effects of the Merger Process on Extranuclear Star Formation in LIRGs 5
30 GO 17269 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA A Complete Census of Luminous Sub-arcsec Dual/Lensed Quasars at z > 1.5 11
30 GO 17268 Bjorn Emonts Associated Universities, Inc. USA CO+Methanol absorption: kpc-scale diagnostic of star formation in a proto-galaxy 1
30 GO 17267 Michael Jones University of Arizona USA Gas content of a new class of stellar system in the Virgo cluster 6
30 GO 17244 John Hughes Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA A New High Redshift, High Mass SZ-Selected Cluster 3
30 GO 17243 Kate Napier University of Michigan USA DECALS J0542-2125: The Dynamical State of an Extraordinary Cluster Merger at z = 0.61 5
30 GO 17242 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Resolving an orphan cloud as a signpost of ICM clumping 2
30 GO 17241 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Examining the Variability of High-Redshift Jets 4
30 GO 17240 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Searching for X-ray nuclear sources in Virgo dwarfs in stripping 11
30 GO 17239 Igor Chilingarian Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA X-ray confirmation of optically selected IMBH-powered AGN and high-resolution imaging of their host 5
30 GO 17238 Ashley Chrimes European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD Comprehensive Chandra, Gemini, JVLA and HST observations of a fast blue optical transient 4
30 GO 17236 Matt Nicholl The Queen's University of Belfast GBR Tidal disruption events unveiled: understanding their long-term accretion with Chandra and HST 3
30 GO 17235 Scott Chapman University of British Columbia CAN Assembling the most massive galaxy clusters: AGN and environment in HS1549+19 at z=2.9 8
30 GO 17234 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Beat Goes On 4
30 GO 17233 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA GOTCHA! Gravitational wave counterparts Observed wiTh CHAndra 16
30 GO 17232 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identifying the fingerprints of r-process heavy metals in a short GRB 11
30 GO 17227 Todd Tripp University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA Unique Constraints on the Physics of Circumgalactic Gas from Ultrahigh Resolution Observations of Galactic High-Velocity Clouds 48
30 GO 17226 Marianna Annunziatella Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Characterizing Growth and Quenching Pathways of the Most Massive Galaxies at 3 12
30 GO 17225 Daniela Calzetti University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA The (Ir)Regularities of Dust Attenuation in Star Forming Galaxies 9
30 GO 17223 Peter Zeidler Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Far out in the SMC wing: the extraordinary cluster NGC 602 5
30 GO 17222 Margarita Karovska Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA WD Periastron Passage in the R Aqr System: Zooming on the New Ejecta and Jet 6
30 GO 17221 Michael Zhang University of Chicago USA Lyman alpha measurements from two mini Neptunes around one star 15
30 GO 17220 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA Are There Two Classes of Lyman-Leaky Galaxies? 12
30 GO 17219 Keighley Rockcliffe Dartmouth College USA The evaporating atmosphere of a planet in the young bright multiplanet system AU Mic 14
30 GO 17218 Morten Andersen European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU The Initial Mass Function in a Low Metallicity Environment of the Milky Way 12
30 GO 17217 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU The First Dedicated Spectroscopic Extreme UV Survey of Low-Luminosity Broad-Line Active Galactic Nuclei 20
30 GO 17216 Alessandro Savino University of California - Berkeley USA Establishing a 1% anchor for the Population II Distance Ladder with HST and Gaia 68
30 GO 17215 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Asteroid Bennu Large Particle Trail 8
30 GO 17214 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA Unravelling the auroral diversity and magnetospheric dynamics of Uranus while approaching solstice 12
30 GO 17213 Michal Drahus Uniwersytet Jagiellonski POL UV spectroscopy of the next interstellar object 3I 16
30 GO 17212 Michael West Lowell Observatory USA Caught in the Act: The Hierarchical Formation of Abell 1185 39
30 GO 17211 Rongmon Bordoloi North Carolina State University USA Search for feedback signatures in massive blue galaxy halos 56
30 GO 17210 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA A Multi-Bandpass ACS Survey of Cassiopeia A: Keeping Up with its Rapidly Evolving Structure 24
30 GO 17209 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA Circumgalactic Gas on the Outskirts of the Local Group: the Halo of Sextans B 8
30 GO 17208 Jessie Runnoe Vanderbilt University USA Tick Tock, Time's Up: An Alternative to the Supermassive Black Hole Binary Scenario in J1430 3
30 GO 17207 David Rubin University of Hawaii USA Fundamentally More: Quadrupling the sample of CALSPEC fundamental white dwarfs 35
30 GO 17206 Benjamin Proudfoot University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Investigating Planet Formation in the Cold Classical TNOs Through Non-Keplerian Analysis 8
30 GO 17205 Erez Zimmerman Weizmann Institute of Science ISR Explosions in Real-Time: Rapid UV Supernova Flash Spectroscopy 22
30 GO 17203 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Towards a Comprehensive Search for Surviving Companions to Stripped-Envelope Supernovae 22
30 GO 17202 Kareem El-Badry California Institute of Technology USA Does MWC 656 host a black hole or stripped helium star? FUV spectroscopy will tell. 3
30 GO 17201 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Determining the High-Energy Emission Mechanism in Extragalactic Jets with HST 13
30 GO 17200 Kareem El-Badry California Institute of Technology USA A census of massive binaries and luminous blue variables in the Whirlpool Galaxy 5
30 GO 17199 Cameron Lemon Oskar Klein Centre, Stockholm University SWE Time-delay Cosmography with Strongly Lensed Quasars: Doubles vs. Quads 16
30 GO 17198 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA First look at the high-ionization UV nebular emission powered by the youngest stellar populations below 5% solar metallicity: the missing link to the reionization era? 7
30 GO 17197 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Proper Motions of Extragalactic Jets with HST: A New Epoch 7
30 GO 17196 John Clarke Boston University USA Identifying the Hydrogen Excess in the Stagnation Region at the Heliospheric Interface 6
30 GO 17195 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV Spectroscopic Signatures from Fast Evolving Transients 6
30 SNAP 17194 Lisa Kelsey University of Portsmouth GBR Local Environments of Low-redshift Type Ia Supernova Siblings 32
30 GO 17193 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA WO-type Wolf-Rayet Stars: The Last Hurrah of Massive Stars 7
30 GO 17192 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU The SPACE Program: a Sub-neptune Planetary Atmosphere Characterization Experiment 116
30 GO 17191 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR Tripling the sample of late-time Type Ia supernovae 27
30 GO 17190 Patrick Godon Villanova University USA Will the Recurrent Nova T Pyxidis Become a Type Ia Supernova? 4
30 GO 17189 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA A panoramic study of low-density star formation in XUV disk galaxy NGC 3621: Testing for environmental dependency of clusters, OB associations, and the stellar hierarchy 24
30 GO 17188 Ruben Fedriani Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (IAA) ESP Cosmic Beacons Towards a Theory of Massive Star Formation - A NIR View of the Most Luminous Protostars 10
30 GO 17187 Naomi Rowe-Gurney Royal Astronomical Society GBR Observing the Ice Giants with Hubble WFC3 to Enhance Cycle 1 James Webb Space Telescope Data 12
30 GO 17186 Judith Provencal University of Delaware USA The Origins and Evolution of Helium Atmosphere White Dwarfs 10
30 GO 17185 Laura Rogers University of Cambridge GBR How diverse is the bulk composition of exoplanetary material? 67
30 GO 17184 Asa Skuladottir University of Florence ITA Signatures of neutron star mergers hidden in Gaia Enceladus? 44
30 GO 17183 Hannah Wakeford University of Bristol GBR Hubble Ultraviolet-optical Survey of Transiting Legacy Exoplanets (HUSTLE) treasury program 122
30 GO 17182 Jonathan Labadie-Bartz University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA The hot remnant core of the mass donor in a unique Be star binary HD 92406 - two stellar eclipses and two disk occultations per orbit 2
30 SNAP 17181 Joseph Lyman The University of Warwick GBR A public survey of superluminous supernovae hosts to study their progenitors 130
30 GO 17180 Svea Hernandez Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA What's hidding in the neutral gas? Dissecting the different metallicity components in NGC 1313 8
30 SNAP 17179 Lluis Galbany Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC) ESP A public HST-UV snapshot survey of type Ia supernova host galaxies with pre-existing optical integral-field spectroscopy 232
30 GO 17178 Judith Provencal University of Delaware USA The Blue Edge of the Helium White Dwarf Instability Strip 27
30 SNAP 17177 Igor Chilingarian Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Snapshot survey of host galaxies of active 'light-weight' supermassive black holes 86
30 GO 17176 Lynne Hillenbrand California Institute of Technology USA The Innermost Regions of FU Ori Disks: A Spectral Legacy for HST/STIS+COS 21
30 GO 17174 Paul Bennet Space Telescope Science Institute USA New Kids on the Block? Proper Motions of First Infall Galaxies in the Local Group 28
30 GO 17173 David Nataf The Johns Hopkins University USA Correcting for the Effects of Interstellar Extinction Toward the Roman Galactic Exoplanet Survey Fields 7
30 GO 17172 Rebecca Canning University of Portsmouth GBR Caught in the act: Galaxy quenching beyond the core of a redshift two galaxy cluster? 32
30 GO 17171 Daniel Schaerer University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Uncovering the Lyman continuum SED of star-forming galaxies from ~550 to 912 Angstroem 25
30 GO 17170 Matthew Siebert Space Telescope Science Institute USA Measuring the Effect of Progenitor Metallicity on Type Ia Supernova Distance Estimates 8
30 GO 17169 Daniel Schaerer University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Revealing the link between strong LyC emitters and enigmatic CIV emitters 34
30 GO 17168 Brendan Bowler University of Texas at Austin USA Confirming the Protoplanet Candidate AB Aur b with Accretion Light Echoes 20
30 GO 17167 Herve Bouy Universite de Bordeaux FRA Multiplicity among free-floating planets 60
30 GO 17166 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA Fission of Transuranic Nuclei: A Potential Observational Signature in Metal-Poor Stars 60
30 GO 17165 Misty Bentz Georgia State University Research Foundation USA Accurate Distances to Canonical Seyferts 63
30 GO 17164 Burcin Mutlu-Pakdil Dartmouth College USA Exploring The Plane of Satellites Around NGC253: A Case Study for Isolated Environments 4
30 GO 17163 William Sparks SETI Institute USA Probing the icy regoliths of Europa with imaging polarimetry 8
30 GO 17162 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA The HST/JWST synergy: A deep dive into the NUV with WASP-39b to answer key formation questions 24
30 GO 17160 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University SWE New frontiers in gravitational lensing: multiply-imaged supernovae 9
30 GO 17159 Xin Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences CHN Escaping Lyman Continuum from the Overdensities of Extreme Emission Line Galaxies at z~2.2 38
30 SNAP 17158 Eric Bell University of Michigan USA The lowest luminosity galaxy candidates ever discovered outside of the Milky Way 55
30 GO 17157 R. O. Loyd Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Observing the Overlooked Double Lyman-alpha Transit of HD 189733 b to Break Mass Loss Rate Degeneracies 14
30 GO 17156 Paul Cauley University of Colorado at Boulder USA Transiting Ultra-hot Gas Giants: Astrophysical Laboratories for Atmospheric Escape Studies 20
30 GO 17155 Oleg Kargaltsev George Washington University USA The legacy UV survey of 28 pulsars 28
30 GO 17154 Haojing Yan University of Missouri - Columbia USA ACS Observations in a JWST CVZ Field --- providing the missing link for a JWST time-domain science initiative 24
30 GO 17153 Floriane Leclercq University of Texas at Austin USA Resolving Lyman Alpha emission in a complete sample of Lyman Continuum leakers and non-leakers 49
30 GO 17152 George Zhou University of Southern Queensland AUS Probing for the extended exosphere of a 100 Myr mini-Neptune 15
30 GO 17151 Matteo Messa INAF - OAS Bologna ITA Massive star clusters in low star formation regime dwarfs? 30
30 GO 17150 Samantha Trumbo Cornell University USA Targeted Observations of Ceres' Occator Crater with HST/STIS 1
30 GO 17149 Aaron Romanowsky San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation USA Characterizing the unusual star cluster population in a candidate dark matter free galaxy 2
30 GO 17148 Floriane Leclercq University of Texas at Austin USA Preparing to find the sources of the reionization: Testing MgII as a Lyman Continuum tracer using a unique mock JWST sample 35
30 GO 17146 Fakhri Zahedy University of North Texas USA A High-Definition View of the Baryon Cycle in Massive Galaxies 36
30 GO 17145 William Harris McMaster University CAN Clearing a Window Into Galaxy Formation: The Impact of Globular Cluster Metallicity Distributions 9
30 GO 17144 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Confirming the Formation of Black Holes 2
30 GO 17143 Xuheng Ding Institute for Physics and Mathematics of the Universe JPN Identification of dual quasars with close separations at z>1 12
30 GO 17142 Samantha Trumbo Cornell University USA Europa's UV absorptions: oceanic or exogenic origins? 8
30 GO 17141 Matthew De Furio University of Texas at Austin USA Probing Multiple Formation Below 1Msun: Towards the Opacity-Limit for Fragmentation from 7.5-150 au in NGC 1333ars 7
30 GO 17140 Francesca Annibali INAF - OAS Bologna ITA Toward an observational test of the Lambda CDM hierarchical paradigm at the smallest galaxy scales 32
30 GO 17139 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA A Fomalhaut deep field to test the dust cloud paradigm of Fomalhaut b 24
30 GO 17138 Ramesh Mainali NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Studying ionizing photon escape from a bright gravitationally lensed reionization era analog at z=1.43 10
30 GO 17137 Dominik Riechers Universitat zu Koln DEU Rise of the Titans: Stellar Properties of a Binary Hyper-Luminous Starburst Within the First Billion Years 6
30 GO 17136 Eric Gaidos University of Hawaii USA Photometry of a Young Planetary-Mass Companion to a Taurus M Dwarf Star 6
30 GO 17135 Bin Ren Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur FRA Imaging interior to 0.2 arcsec with the STIS coronagraph 4
30 GO 17134 Emily Leiner Illinois Institute of Technology USA Testing the Limits of Mass Transfer Stability With A Post-Mass-Transfer Binary In M67 10
30 GO 17133 Uros Mestric Universita di Milano ITA Mapping the morphology of the ionizing radiation from a LyC emitting galaxy at z=4.00 11
30 GO 17132 Kyra Bostroem University of Arizona USA The First Early FUV Observations of a Type IIP Supernova 8
30 GO 17131 Francesca Annibali INAF - OAS Bologna ITA DDO68 C: the actual appearance of a ghost satellite dwarf 6
30 GO 17130 Tommaso Treu University of California - Los Angeles USA A 4% determination of the Hubble constant from gravitational time delays with maximally flexible lens mass profile 22
30 GO 17129 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE Hot stars in the stellar evolution laboratory IZw18 28
30 GO 17128 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Reducing Type Ia Supernova Distance Biases by Separating Reddening and Intrinsic Color 105
30 GO 17127 Yuhiko Aoyama Peking University CHN Testing models of accretion onto the Young Planetary System PDS 70 8
30 GO 17126 Rupali Chandar University of Toledo USA An HST Treasury of Stellar Feedback in Action: Sizes, Structures, and Power Sources for 50,000 Extragalactic HII Regions 19
30 GO 17125 Bethan James Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Sharpening our High-z Toolset: Spatially Resolving UV Emission Line Diagnostics Throughout Pristine Gas 37
30 GO 17124 Frederick Bruhweiler American University USA High Resolution Spectroscopic Mapping of Mass Loss in Luminous Blue Variables 13
30 GO 17123 Ylva Gotberg Institute of Science and Technology Austria AUT Characterizing four massive post-interaction binaries with HST/COS 9
30 GO 17122 Connor Robinson Alfred University USA Testing Planetary Formation Mechanisms through the First FUV - Optical Spectrum of a Young, Accreting Planet 9
30 GO 17121 Varsha Kulkarni University of South Carolina USA Probing the Gas in and around Local Galaxies Mapped with Integral Field Spectroscopy 50
30 GO 17120 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA Are all massive Kuiper belt objects built the same? 5
30 GO 17119 Quinn Konopacky University of California - San Diego USA Completing the stellar census of Westerlund 1 7
30 GO 17118 Claire Murray Space Telescope Science Institute USA Taming the BEAST of N66 to resolve how star formation shapes the interstellar medium at low metallicity 12
30 GO 17117 Yusei Koyama National Astronomical Obs of Japan (NAOJ), Subaru Telescope USA A complete census of quiescent galaxies in the dense core of the Spiderweb protocluster at z=2.16 7
30 GO 17116 Joel Bregman University of Michigan USA The Hot Multi-Temperature Gaseous Halos of Galaxies and Groups 30
30 GO 17115 David Bowen Princeton University USA The Circumgalactic Medium of Dwarf Galaxy Pairs 96
30 GO 17114 David Wittman University of California - Davis USA Four New Dissociative Merging Clusters 8
30 GO 17113 Alain Lecavelier des Etangs CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris FRA Simultaneous detection of Mg, C and O to trace dust and ices in exocomets of the young system HD172555 16
30 GO 17112 Nicole Reindl Universitat Potsdam DEU A Treasury FUV Survey of the Hottest White Dwarfs 130
30 GO 17111 Miriam Garcia Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP The winds of massive stars at the peak of the star formation history of the Universe 30
30 SNAP 17110 David Setton Princeton University USA Post-starbursts from DESI: Timing quenching and morphological transformation at 1 < z < 1.3 409
30 GO 17109 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Lyman continuum leakage in z~0.3 - 0.4 dwarf compact star-forming galaxies with very low metallicities 34
30 GO 17108 Justin Spilker Texas A & M University USA Dissecting Early Universe Dust with Matched-Resolution Observations from HST, JWST, and ALMA 16
30 GO 17107 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR A very low mass, highly irradiated survivor of the common envelope phase 6
30 GO 17106 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Novel View of Local Star-Forming Galaxies With COS 42
30 GO 17105 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute USA Monitoring the Evolving Winds in the Active Galaxy Mrk 817 18
30 GO 17104 Matthew Rickard University College London GBR Repeated Stellar Wind Line Variability in O Stars in the SMC 15
30 GO 17103 Vardha Bennert Cal Poly Corporation, Sponsored Programs Department USA GO: Calibrating the Black-Hole Mass Scaling Relations using Reverberation-Mapped Active Galaxies with Velocity-Resolved Measurements 11
30 GO 17102 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Anchoring CNO with an Extremely Metal Deficient Galaxy 16
30 GO 17101 Alfredo Zenteno NOIRLab - CTIO (Chile) USA Clash of Titans: Characterizing SPT-CLJ0307-6225, a major merger in the plane of the sky 5
30 GO 17100 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR UV spectra of the most metal-deficient galaxies 33
30 GO 17099 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Ganymede's water atmosphere in eclipse 7
30 SNAP 17098 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA HST and Gaia, with Light and Distances, a Foundational Legacy of the Distance Ladder 140
30 GO 17097 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA Reinforcing the Distance Ladder with Cepheids in the Core of the SMC 15
30 GO 17096 Thomas Lai California Institute of Technology USA Linking the UV Bump with PAHs in Low Metallicity Starburst II Zw 40 5
30 GO 17095 Luqian Wang Yunnan Astronomical Observatory, CAS CHN The Missing Link in Massive Binary Star Evolution 15
30 GO 17094 Jessica Spake California Institute of Technology USA Constraining the mass loss in evaporating planets by catching the second tail 15
30 GO 17093 Sanchayeeta Borthakur Arizona State University USA A Systematic Search for Wind-CGM Interactions in Star-forming Galaxies 80
30 GO 17092 Kimberly Ward-Duong Smith College USA Calibrating STIS Coronagraphic Spectroscopy for High Contrast Observations 6
30 GO 17091 Andreas Faisst California Institute of Technology USA Compact oddballs in COSMOS: The Faint End of the z>6 Quasar Luminosity Function and the Growth of Ionized Bubbles 14
30 GO 17090 Caroline Piaulet Ghorayeb Universite de Montreal CAN ANCHORING THE ENERGY BUDGET OF THE KEYSTONE JWST ERS ULTRA-HOT TARGET WASP-18 B 10
30 GO 17089 Amanda Hendrix Planetary Science Institute USA Characterizing Primitive Asteroids 6
30 GO 17088 Steven Goldman Space Telescope Science Institute USA High-redshift AGB analogs in the galaxy DDO 68 30
30 GO 17087 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA The final word: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011fe 3
30 GO 17086 Ruben Fedriani Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (IAA) ESP Blowin' in the Wind - Proper Motion Kinematics of Massive Protostellar Outflows 3
30 GO 17085 Fabrice Martins Universite de Montpellier FRA Very Massive Stars in M33 13
30 GO 17084 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Zooming In On Two Strongly Lensed Galaxies During the Epoch of Re-Ionization 4
30 GO 17083 Viraj Karambelkar California Institute of Technology USA In search of the remnant of SN 2021fcg : detonation, deflagration or merger? 2
30 GO 17082 Yayaati Chachan McGill University CAN Measuring the refractory and volatile content of a dynamically distinct ultrahot Jupiter 22
30 GO 17081 David Bennett University of Maryland USA Mass Measurement of a Candidate Balck Hole Microlens with Systematic Error Control 4
30 GO 17080 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric search for Planets orbiting the closest Y Dwarf 4
30 GO 17079 In Sung Jang University of Chicago USA TRGB and Cepheid distance scales: is there local tension? 74
30 GO 17078 Sascha Zeegers European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD A multi-wavelength view of interstellar dust 21
30 GO 17077 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The 25,000-Lightcurve HST-Kepler Treasury Survey 8
30 GO 17076 Trystyn Berg NRC Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics CAN The C IV in L* galaxies (CIViL*) survey -- Pinpointing the physical conditions and evolutionary stages of gaseous halos 52
30 GO 17075 E. Lagioia Yunnan University CHN Characterization of internal chemical spread in outer halo globular clusters 62
30 GO 17074 Varsha Ramachandran Universitat Heidelberg DEU Smoking guns in massive binary evolution: The hunt for Black Holes and Stripped Stars 4
30 GO 17073 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE AGN variability at cosmic dawn: a census of the youngest supermassive black holes 30
30 GO 17072 Matti Dorsch Universitat Potsdam DEU From atomic physics to stellar evolution: decoding the heavy-metal subdwarfs with HST 8
30 GO 17071 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Ionizing EUV Continua of Quasars: Minding the Gap 26
30 SNAP 17070 Charles Kilpatrick Northwestern University USA Snapshot Observations of Type II Supernovae 92
30 GO 17069 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE The Lyman-alpha and Continuum Origins Survey (LaCOS) 119
30 GO 17068 Haylee Archer Arizona State University USA Young Stars and Gas Structure within the ALMA Coverage of Dwarf Irregular Galaxy WLM 10
30 GO 17067 Gaspard Duchene Universite de Grenoble I FRA The diversity of protoplanetary disks: Imaging a complete sample of edge-on disks in four nearby star-forming regions 29
30 GO 17066 Beth Klein University of California - Los Angeles USA Unprecedented Light Element Abundances: Planetary Crusts or Icy Moons? 4
30 GO 17065 Sebastiano Cantalupo Universita di Milano-Bicocca ITA Resolving a Massive Node of the Cosmic Web at z=3 22
30 AR 17064 Monika Soraisam NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA Advancing our understanding of stellar variability with the Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Treasury unknown
30 AR 17063 Vardha Bennert Cal Poly Corporation, Sponsored Programs Department USA AR: Calibrating the Black-Hole Mass Scaling Relations using Reverberation-Mapped Active Galaxies with Velocity-Resolved Measurements unknown
30 AR 17062 Charlotte Wood Iowa State University USA Revisiting SH0ES: A Search for Light Echoes Around Type Ia Supernovae unknown
30 AR 17061 Francis-Yan Cyr-Racine University of New Mexico USA Exploring the dark sector with correlation anisotropies unknown
30 AR 17060 Dhanesh Krishnarao Colorado College USA The Radiation Field of LI(N)ERs: The Milky Way as an Extragalactic System unknown
30 AR 17059 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA A complete, uniform, and astrometrically calibrated optical image library of all debris disk stars targeted with HST coronagraphy unknown
30 AR 17058 Kartheik Iyer Columbia University in the City of New York USA Augmenting the SFR-M* Plane with Galaxy Star Formation History Trajectories unknown
30 AR 17057 Christopher Clark Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Tackling the Mysteries of the Bizarre ISM in Blue And Dusty Gas Rich sources - 'BADGRs' - Using Extinction Mapping unknown
30 AR 17056 Louis Strigari Texas A & M University USA Creating a Standardized Sample of Milky Way Satellite Galaxy Binary Fraction Measurements unknown
30 AR 17055 Jeremy Bailin University of Alabama USA Photometric Abundance Measurements in Globular Clusters unknown
30 AR 17054 Girish Duvvuri Vanderbilt University USA A Library of Extreme Ultraviolet Spectra for 115 Main-Sequence Stars to Enable Comparative Exoplanet Studies unknown
30 AR 17053 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Cool CGM of the Large Magellanic Cloud unknown
30 AR 17052 Abigail Lee University of Chicago USA Quantifying Systematics in the JAGB Method Distance Scale in M31 unknown
30 AR 17051 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA A ULLYSES Survey of the Magellanic Clouds: a Laboratory for the Physics of Interfaces between Hot and Cold Gas unknown
30 AR 17050 Michael Line Arizona State University USA Maximizing the Science Return from HST UV Observations of Transiting Exoplanet Atmospheres unknown
30 AR 17049 Ava Polzin University of Chicago USA Elucidating Galaxy Quenching with Absorption Probes of Halos around Low-mass Dwarfs unknown
30 AR 17048 Vikram Khaire University of California - Santa Barbara USA Searching for the Imprints of AGN Feedback on the Ly-alpha Forest Around Massive Quenched Galaxies unknown
30 AR 17047 Nuria Calvet University of Michigan USA Searching for Earths and super-Earths in the inner gas disk unknown
30 AR 17046 Henrique Schmitt Naval Research Laboratory USA Understanding the nature of large radio-optical offsets in ICRF3 sources and exploring the ability to detect dual and dislodged AGNs unknown
30 AR 17045 Missagh Mehdipour Space Telescope Science Institute USA HST spectroscopy of X-ray ultra-fast outflows unknown
30 AR 17044 Risa Wechsler Stanford University USA Galaxy-halo connection from resolved star formation histories of dwarf galaxies unknown
30 AR 17043 Brian Chaboyer Dartmouth College USA Measuring the Absolute Ages of Milky Way Globular Clusters unknown
30 AR 17042 Xinfeng Xu Northwestern University USA Are Galactic Outflows Seen in Absorption and Emission Lines Tracing the Same Gas? unknown
30 AR 17041 Alejandro Serrano Borlaff NASA Ames Research Center/Bay Area Enviromental Research Ins USA STRAYCOR: Stray-light background correction for HST ACS and WFC3 unknown
30 AR 17040 Debby Tran University of Washington USA A Multi-wavelength Picture of Star Formation in the Fireworks Galaxy unknown
30 AR 17039 Elena Gallo University of Michigan USA Optical Counterparts to Ultraluminous X-ray Sources unknown
30 AR 17038 Roger Cohen Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Testing Feedback Physics in Dwarf Galaxies Using Radial Stellar Population Gradients unknown
30 AR 17037 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Constraining star formation with the deepest HST images of M87 unknown
30 AR 17036 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA Sensitive age-activity relations for old main sequence stars: MgII h+k emission beyond 1 Gyr unknown
30 AR 17035 Leonardo Dos Santos Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Great Escape: A comparative study of photoevaporation in exoplanets observed with HST unknown
30 AR 17034 Abhimat Gautam University of California - Los Angeles USA Photometric search for Black Hole-Star Binaries in the Milky Way Galactic center unknown
30 AR 17033 Anil Seth University of Utah USA Probing Omega Cen's Stellar Mass Black Hole Population Through Microlensing unknown
30 AR 17032 Brian Siana University of California - Riverside USA An Archival Far-Ultraviolet Legacy Survey of the GOODS and COSMOS Fields: Completing the Census of the UV Sky unknown
30 AR 17031 John Noonan Auburn University USA Investigating Sulfur Abundances and Distributions in UV Comet Observations unknown
30 AR 17030 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Archival Observations of Asteroid Bennu unknown
30 AR 17029 Dana Casetti Southern Connecticut State University USA Extending HST's Astrometric Reach: 3-D Velocities of Satellites of the Andromeda Galaxy from Archival Observations unknown
30 AR 17028 Anna Schauer University of Texas at Austin USA Direct and Indirect Population III Star Formation in Cosmological Simulations of Dwarf Galaxies unknown
30 AR 17027 Tae-Sun Kim University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Thermal properties of the IGM and CGM: Confronting simulations with observations unknown
30 AR 17026 Alessandro Savino University of California - Berkeley USA The Local Group legacy database of HST photometry unknown
30 AR 17025 Caroline Morley University of Texas at Austin USA Extending the Legacy of HST Observations of M dwarfs: Coupled Models of Terrestrial Planet Thermal Evolution and Atmosphere Loss unknown
30 AR 17024 Justin Pierel Space Telescope Science Institute USA Feeling Blue: Creating an Industry Standard SALT3 Model that is Robust at UV Wavelengths unknown
30 GO 17001 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA The Last Gasp of the TDE Wind 36
30 GO 17000 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR A spectroscopic study of the Type Ia supernova near-infrared plateau 2
30 GO 16998 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE A comparative study of atmospheric escape in the brightest system of super-earths straddling the evaporation valley 5
30 GO 16997 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses of the Coldest Brown Dwarfs 4
30 GO 16996 Josefin Larsson Royal Institute of Technology SWE The ever-changing face of SN 1987A 4
30 GO 16994 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri and Environs 4
30 GO 16993 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Interconnection between outgassing, fast rotation and mutual orbit in binary main-belt comet 288P 3
30 GO 16992 Kevin Wagner University of Arizona USA Imaging Planet-Disk Interactions in the Beta Pictoris Disk 3
30 GO 16991 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA A Multi-Cycle Monitoring Program of the Hydra's Shadow 4
30 GO 16990 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Advancing a decades long experiment at the Galactic center 6
30 GO 16989 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Observing Jupiter's FUV auroras during the Juno Extended Mission 12
30 GO 16988 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Delivering on the promise of multi-messenger astronomy 40
30 GO 16987 Lawrence Sromovsky University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Spectroscopic diagnosis of changing back yard giant exoplanets. 4
30 GO 16986 Anna Pala ESA-European Space Astronomy Centre ESP Accreting white dwarfs as probes of compact binary evolution 7
30 GO 16985 Jessica Lu University of California - Berkeley USA Hunting for Black Holes with Astrometric Microlensing 8
30 GO 16984 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Betelgeuse: An Iconic and Surprising Red Supergiant 20
30 GO 16983 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric signature of a Second Planet in Proxima 2
30 GO 16934 Kristine Spekkens Royal Military College of Canada CAN Atomic Gas in the Host Galaxies of Gravitational Wave Events - LVK O4 4
30 SNAP 15446 Julianne Dalcanton University of Washington USA Establishing HST's Low Redshift Archive of Interacting Systems 350
30 SNAP 15445 William Keel University of Alabama USA Gems of the Galaxy Zoos 300
30 SNAP 15444 Aaron Barth University of California - Irvine USA An ACS Schedule Gap Imaging Survey of Nearby Active Galaxies 543
29 GO 16926 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA UV Spectroscopy and Host Galaxy Imaging of a Possibly Coalescing Binary Supermassive Black Hole 7
29 GO 16925 Yuyang Chen University of Toronto CAN Probing the nature of a UV-bright point source at the precise location of AT 2018cow 3
29 GO 16924 Simon Porter Southwest Research Institute USA Colors and Astrometry of Two New Horizons Target Scattered Disk Objects 5
29 GO 16923 Jillian Rastinejad Northwestern University USA Solidifying the Origin of a Possible Kilonova at 350 Mpc 2
29 GO 16922 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Late-time Observations of Calcium-Rich Transient SN 2021gno 2
29 GO 16921 Charles Schambeau University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Enabling a First in a Lifetime Multi-Wavelength Gas and Dust Coma Characterization of the Centaur 39P/Oterma 2
29 GO 16920 Grace Telford Princeton University USA The Winds and Ionizing Spectra of the Hottest O Stars at Extremely Low Metallicity 14
29 GO 16919 Igor Chilingarian Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Ultraviolet spectroscopic confirmation of an active binary intermediate-mass black hole 9
29 GO 16918 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR The afterglow and host of GRB 210905A at z=6.3 6
29 GO 16917 Dolon Bhattacharyya University of Colorado at Boulder USA Water loss from Mars: Energetic Deuterium and its effects on the D/H ratio 3
29 GO 16916 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Discovery of 3 Ultra-Faint Dwarf Candidates Outside the MW Halo 3
29 GO 16915 Michael Radica Universite de Montreal CAN Unravelling the Mysteries of LTT 9779 b - Studying Clouds that Shouldn't Exist on a Planet that Shouldn't Exist 12
29 GO 16914 Aaron Evans The University of Virginia USA In the Belly of the Beast: Star Cluster Formation and Evolution in the Centers of local LIRGs 10
29 GO 16913 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA The role of stealth superstorms in a planetary-scale transition on Jupiter 6
29 GO 16912 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA A trail of dark matter-free galaxies in the NGC1052 group 15
29 GO 16902 Missagh Mehdipour Space Telescope Science Institute USA Tackling unresolved questions on transient obscuring outflows in AGN 2
29 GO 16901 Antonio Maggio INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo ITA The XUV environment of the young exoplanet HIP 67522b 3
29 GO 16900 Emanuele Nardini INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri ITA The first X-ray view of the extreme UV outflow quasar HE 0238-1904 2
29 GO 16899 Norbert Schartel European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD The extreme X-ray weakness of PG 0043+039 2
29 GO 16898 Norbert Schartel European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD Catching AGN in Deep Minimum States to Unveil Their Core Environment 4
29 GO 16897 Nathalie Degenaar Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD An accretion disk wind across the electromagnetic spectrum 6
29 GO 16896 Samuel Barnier Osaka University JPN XMM HST monitoring of the ultra soft Narrow Line Seyfert RX J1355.2+5612 5
29 GO 16895 Sergio Campana INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Merate ITA XMM-Newton follow-up of electromagnetic counterparts to GW triggers during LVKC-O4 6
29 GO 16894 Joseph Neilsen Villanova University USA The Variable Optical-X-ray SED of M87 4
29 GO 16892 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA VLA Identification of Candidate Dual and Lensed Quasars from Gaia and HST 9
29 GO 16891 Jianrui Li Tsinghua University CHN Galaxy Formation in the Extreme: Molecular Gas in Enormous Lya Nebulae at z~2 1
29 GO 16890 David Sand University of Arizona USA Ultra-Diffuse Galaxy Formation in Groups -- Tidal or Born That Way? 6
29 GO 16889 Nissim Kanekar National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR IND The molecular gas mass of high-redshift HI-selected galaxies 2
29 GO 16888 Andrew Baker Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA High-resolution imaging of the highest-redshift OH megamaser 2
29 GO 16887 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA VODKA-STIS: Varstrometry for Off-nucleus and Dual (sub)Kpc Active Galactic Nuclei 8
29 GO 16886 Man-To Hui Macau University of Science and Technology CHN A Remarkable Inbound Long-Period Comet at Record Heliocentric Distances 1
29 GO 16885 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR A spectroscopic study of the Type Ia supernova near-infrared plateau 4
29 GO 16884 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR Do subluminous Type Ia supernovae experience a near-infrared plateau? 4
29 GO 16883 Joseph Lyman The University of Warwick GBR The origin of NIR emission in the Fast radio burst source SGR 1935+2154 7
29 GO 16882 Matthew Taylor University of Calgary CAN High-resolution ACS/WFC Imaging of Compact Stellar Systems in the Virgo Cluster in Support of JWST Cycle 1 Science 5
29 GO 16881 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA The Origin of The Fastest Spinning White Dwarf in a CV Binary 5
29 GO 16880 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA Disruption or deflection? Transient secondary dark features in Neptune's atmosphere 10
29 GO 16879 Mauro Stefanon Universitat de Valencia ESP A Spatially Resolved View of Star Formation in Two Luminous z>=8 Galaxies showing Prominent Dust-Continuum Emission 4
29 GO 16878 Bryce Bolin California Institute of Technology USA Determining the coma contents of the incoming Oort Cloud comet C/2014 UN271 6
29 GO 16877 Alexandra Mannings University of California - Santa Cruz USA Determining the host sub-structure and local environment characteristics of highly-active FRB 20201124A 2
29 GO 16876 Dawn Erb University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee USA Unveiling the Source of Extreme Ionization in a Lensed Galaxy at z=2.6 8
29 GO 16875 Georgina Dransfield University of Birmingham GBR Reconnaissance Transmission Spectroscopy of The BEST Temperate Mini-Neptune for Atmospheric Characterisationround 12
29 GO 16874 Charles Kilpatrick Northwestern University USA The Progenitor System and Ongoing Circumstellar Interaction of SN 2021qvr 2
29 GO 16847 T. Turner Eureka Scientific Inc. USA TRACING X-RAY EMISSION REGIONS IN MCG-03-34-64 1
29 GO 16846 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identifying the fingerprints of r-process heavy metals in a short GRB 11
29 GO 16845 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA A BCG in the making from wet major mergers 2
29 GO 16843 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA Dwarf Galaxies with Radio-Selected (and Sometimes Wandering) Massive Black Holes 8
29 GO 16842 Missagh Mehdipour Space Telescope Science Institute USA Evolution of long-lasting obscuration in NGC 5548 2
29 GO 16841 Jingzhe Ma Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Extended hard X-ray emission, multi-phase ISM and AGN feedback in Compton-thick AGN ESO137-G034 2
29 GO 16840 Dacheng Lin Northeastern University USA Two unique sources in a row: HLX-1 and a newborn hard tidal disruption event 5
29 GO 16839 Jeroen Homan Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Transient LMXBs in Globular Clusters 4
29 GO 16838 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Astrophysics of the Most Energetic Gamma-Ray Bursts 4
29 GO 16837 Giuseppina Fabbiano Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Mapping the Activity of the LINER I NGC 5005 from ~30 pc out to kpc scales 11
29 GO 16836 David Buote University of California - Irvine USA The Massive Relic Galaxy NGC 5872 1
29 GO 16834 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri and Environs 4
29 GO 16801 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 15
29 GO 16800 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16799 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16798 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16797 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16796 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16794 Eilat Glikman Middlebury College USA Constraining the Physical Properties of a Candidate Dual QSO at Cosmic Noon 1
29 GO 16793 Rolf Jansen Arizona State University USA TREASUREHUNT: Hubble's UV-Visible treasury imaging of the JWST NEP Time-Domain Field 24
29 GO 16792 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA Completing the HST Parallax Legacy: M4 1
29 GO 16791 Ana Bonaca Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Cold Dark Matter and the GD-1 Stellar Stream 24
29 GO 16789 Josefin Larsson Royal Institute of Technology SWE The ever-changing face of SN 1987A 9
29 GO 16788 Kevin Wagner University of Arizona USA Imaging Planet-Disk Interactions in the Beta Pictoris Disk 3
29 GO 16787 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Cycles and the Seven Dwarfs 4
29 GO 16785 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA A Multi-Cycle Monitoring Program of the Hydra's Shadow 4
29 GO 16783 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Improved Masses for Critical Cepheid Binaries 4
29 GO 16782 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Discovering Isolated Stellar-Mass Black Holes Using Astrometric Microlensing 2
29 GO 16781 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Re-activation of binary main-belt comet 288P 4
29 GO 16780 John Wisniewski NASA Headquarters USA Time Domain Coronagraphy: Diagnosing the Stripping of AU Mic's Debris Disk 7
29 GO 16779 Michael Zhang University of Chicago USA Lyman alpha absorption from the only mini Neptune with measured helium outflow 15
29 GO 16778 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Panchromatic Hubble Andromeda Southern Treasury (PHAST) 30
29 GO 16777 Anil Seth University of Utah USA Deciphering the Formation History of Omega Cen with a Comprehensive Stellar Kinematic and Population Dataset 18
29 SNAP 16776 Lee Patrick Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Cool stars with hot companions in the Small Magellanic Cloud 28
29 GO 16775 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA The Last Gasp of the TDE Wind 34
29 SNAP 16773 Karl Glazebrook Swinburne University of Technology AUS A SNAPshot Legacy Survey of Bright Gravitational Lenses 150
29 GO 16772 Michael Eracleous The Pennsylvania State University USA They Pack a Punch: Mechanical Feedback by the Lowest-Luminosity AGNs 34
29 GO 16770 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA The return of Rosetta's comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko 4
29 GO 16769 Breanna Binder Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc. USA The Missing Piece of the IC 10 X-1 Puzzle: What is the Mass of the Black Hole? 10
29 GO 16768 Samaporn Tinyanont National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand THA Supernova 2020wnt: a pair-instability explosion in our backyard? 2
29 GO 16767 Grace Telford Princeton University USA A Family Portrait of the O Stars in the Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxy Sextans A 32
29 GO 16766 Steve Schulze Northwestern University USA What powers the longest-rising superluminous supernova 2020abjc? 4
29 GO 16765 Jessie Runnoe Vanderbilt University USA Is the supermassive black hole binary candidate J0950+5128 actually a single perturbed accretion disk? 5
29 GO 16764 Gautham Narayan University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA The Stars Like Dust: Inferring a Probabilistic Extinction Law from STIS UV Spectroscopy of the Cosmic Flux Standards 34
29 GO 16763 Matilde Mingozzi Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Tracking down the origin of UV photons in local high-z analogues with FUV emission line imaging 32
29 GO 16762 Chris Mihos Case Western Reserve University USA Probing the Origins of BST1047+1156, the Most Diffuse Star Forming Galaxy 15
29 SNAP 16761 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA A Tale of Two Catalogs: Revealing the cause of GAIA/VLBI quasar position offsets 75
29 GO 16760 Casey Lam Carnegie Institution of Washington USA First detection of an isolated stellar mass black hole with astrometric microlensing 4
29 GO 16759 Henry Kobulnicky University of Wyoming USA Obtaining the UV Reddening Curve of Extreme-Rv Highly Polarizing Dust Irradiated by Zeta Ophiuchi 5
29 SNAP 16758 Michael Jones University of Arizona USA Completing the picture: The globular cluster systems of field ultra-diffuse galaxies 20
29 GO 16757 Anthony Gonzalez University of Florida USA Intracluster Light in the Frontier Fields 20
29 GO 16756 Anna-Christina Eilers Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Quasars with small proximity zones: gravitationally lensed or exceptionally young? 11
29 GO 16755 Maria Drout University of Toronto CAN From Supernova Progenitors to Ionizing Radiation - HST/COS Spectroscopy of Stripped Helium Stars 17
29 GO 16754 Sarah Casewell University of Leicester GBR Decoding the clouds on an irradiated inflated brown dwarf 6
29 GO 16753 Ilaria Caiazzo Institute of Science and Technology Austria AUT The radius and magnetic field structure of the smallest white dwarf 10
29 GO 16752 Laura Rogers University of Cambridge GBR The composition of exoplanetary bodies - as probed in accreting white dwarfs with gaseous emission 7
29 GO 16751 Adam Ritchey Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Spatial and Temporal Variations in the Physical Conditions of Clouds Shocked by the Vela Supernova Remnant 12
29 GO 16750 Tanita Ramburuth-Hurt University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Inhomogeneities and pristine gas infall in the ISM 15
29 GO 16749 Nikki Nielsen Swinburne University of Technology AUS Direct imaging of CGM substructure with 50 parsec resolution 5
29 GO 16748 Florian Niederhofer Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU Proper motions of the star cluster system of the Large Magellanic Cloud 19
29 GO 16747 Karl Misselt University of Arizona USA FUV-Optical Spectroscopic Mapping of the PDRs in NGC7023 and The Horsehead 47
29 GO 16746 Dougal Mackey Unaffiliated USA Reconstructing Andromeda's accretion history with remote globular clusters: a pilot proper motion study 16
29 GO 16744 Caroline Huang Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Mira Distance to M101: Towards a Sub-3% Hubble Constant with Miras and a NIR Candle for JWST and Roman 5
29 GO 16743 Taylor Hoyt Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory USA A High-accuracy, Geometric Calibration of the Tip of the Red Giant Branch in the Halo of NGC 4258 16
29 GO 16742 Stephanie Ho New Mexico State University USA Resolving the 3D Orientation of Galactic Disks: New Constraints on Circumgalactic Gas Flow 17
29 SNAP 16741 Lluis Galbany Institute of Space Sciences (CSIC-IEEC) ESP A public UV snapshot survey of type Ia supernova hosts in IFS data 218
29 GO 16740 Emanuele Farina NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The host galaxies of the first QSOs 9
29 GO 16739 Igor Chilingarian Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA First measurement of the super-massive black hole mass using strong gravitational lensing 4
29 GO 16737 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Internal Proper Motion Kinematics of Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies: Constraining the Density and Properties of Dark Matter 20
29 GO 16736 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA A Comparative Study of Planetary Atmospheres in Low-Metallicity Environments 27
29 GO 16735 Adam Schneider United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station USA Characterizing Cold Discoveries in the Sun's Backyard 12
29 GO 16734 Claudia Scarlata University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Calibrating local estimators for the escape fraction of ionizing radiation 2.7Gyrs after the Big Bang 46
29 GO 16733 Jane Rigby NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Mapping the escape of Ly alpha and ionizing photons from an extreme emission-line lensed galaxy 10
29 GO 16731 R. O. Loyd Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Leveraging High Radial Velocities to Get to the Core of Planetary Lyman-alpha Transits 12
29 GO 16730 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA Connecting the Smoke to the Fire: Mapping Andromeda's Inner Circumgalactic Medium 137
29 SNAP 16729 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA SNAP Survey for Extremely Magnified Individual Stars 180
29 GO 16728 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA Physical diagnostics of AGN feedback from the first spatially resolved UV spectra of a jet-driven AGN outflow 4
29 GO 16727 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA A Propeller Driven by Spin-Down Energy in the Intermediate Polar FO Aquarii 5
29 GO 16726 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE A comparative study of atmospheric escape in the brightest system of super-earths straddling the evaporation valley 35
29 GO 16725 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses of the Coldest Brown Dwarfs 4
29 GO 16724 Leonardo Dos Santos Space Telescope Science Institute USA Hydrodynamic atmospheric escape in a benchmark ultra-hot Jupiter 10
29 GO 16723 Leonardo Dos Santos Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolving the dichotomy of atmospheric escape in the young planet DS Tuc A b 10
29 GO 16722 Hannah Diamond-Lowe Technical University of Denmark-DTU Space DNK An HST exclusive look at two rising stars: high-energy spectra of the two closest M dwarfs to host transiting terrestrial exoplanets 15
29 GO 16721 Brendan Bowler University of Texas at Austin USA The Angular Momentum Architecture of Long-Period Giant Planets and Brown Dwarf Companions 18
29 GO 16720 David Trilling Northern Arizona University USA A combined HST and JWST study of the composition of the faintest trans-Neptunian objects: Testing hypotheses for the formation of the Solar System 99
29 GO 16719 Nikolay Walters University College London GBR Characterization of Unforeseen Chromospheres in Isolated White Dwarfs 12
29 GO 16718 Johanna Vos University of Dublin, Trinity College IRL Atmospheric Structure and Spin Axis Alignment of an Overlooked Planetary-Mass Companion 6
29 GO 16717 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA UV spectroscopy of a serendipitously-detected He star in Leo A: an unprecendented glimpse of binary mass transfer at extremely low metallicity 8
29 SNAP 16716 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Snapshot Survey of Historical Microlensing Events 70
29 GO 16715 Bin Ren Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur FRA Coronagraphic Imaging of the Iconic Quasar 3C 273 8
29 GO 16714 Daniel Perley Liverpool John Moores University GBR HST Spectroscopy of a Fast-Rising Luminous Ultraviolet Transient 6
29 GO 16713 Kristina Nyland Naval Research Laboratory USA The Hosts of Quasars with Newborn Jets Discovered in the Very Large Array Sky Survey 4
29 GO 16712 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Constraining the Orbit of Eurybates' Satellite, Queta 2
29 SNAP 16711 Francine Marleau Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT Globular cluster systems of ultra-diffuse galaxies in low density environments 70
29 GO 16710 Ramesh Mainali NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Measuring ionizing photon escape from an exceptionally bright gravitationally lensed arc at z=1.43 10
29 GO 16708 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Testing the Existence of a 3 Solar Mass Dark Companion to V723 Mon 2
29 GO 16707 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Precision astrometry with STIS to confirm the orbital motion of HD 106906b 2
29 GO 16706 Suvi Gezari Space Telescope Science Institute USA This is NUTS! A Narrow-field Ultraviolet Transient Survey 34
29 GO 16705 Doron Chelouche University of Haifa ISR Shedding light on light echoes: mapping the accretion disk and broad line region in Mrk 279 50
29 GO 16704 Richard Cartwright The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Are the surfaces of the large moons of Uranus modified by charged particle bombardment? 16
29 GO 16703 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA Unveiling Multiphase Accretion Flows in a Sample of Truly Edge-on Galaxies 54
29 GO 16702 Philip Appleton California Institute of Technology USA Cross-calibration of HST, Euclid and Roman grism/prism through WFC3-IR faint spectrophotometric white dwarf standards near the North and South Ecliptic Poles 11
29 GO 16701 Allison Youngblood NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Essential Ultraviolet Stellar Characterization for Cycle 1 JWST Transiting Planet Targets 110
29 GO 16700 Allison Youngblood NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Transit Spectroscopy in the Lyman alpha Line Core with a High Velocity Star: A New Window into Atmospheric Escape 5
29 GO 16699 Marianne Vestergaard University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK Constraining the emergent EUV ionizing emission in the reawakening monster in Mrk 590 4
29 GO 16698 Sylvain Veilleux University of Maryland USA The Impact of Radio-Mode Feedback on the Circumgalactic Medium of Centaurus A 25
29 GO 16697 Ryan Sanders University of Kentucky USA Establishing the C/O gas-phase abundance scale: a critical need for galaxy evolution studies from z=0 into the epoch of reionization 18
29 GO 16696 Hugues Sana Institute of Astronomy, KU Leuven BEL A dormant black hole or a stripped Helium star in a massive binary system 8
29 GO 16695 Zafar Rustamkulov The Johns Hopkins University USA Cloudy mornings and clear afternoons: mapping atmospheric dynamics at the limbs of an exceptional hot Saturn 23
29 GO 16694 Liliana Rivera Sandoval University of Texas Rio Grande Valley USA Confirming the first outbursting AM CVn in a globular cluster 8
29 GO 16693 Roderik Overzier Leiden Observatory NLD The host galaxy and environment of a radio galaxy near the epoch of reionization 18
29 GO 16692 Bethan James Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA [CII], a High-z Diagnostic Diamond in the Rough 12
29 SNAP 16691 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Snapshot Observations of Nearby, Recent Transients and Their Environments 75
29 GO 16690 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Measuring the Effect of Progenitor Metallicity on Type Ia Supernova Distance Estimates 12
29 GO 16689 Kevin Burdge Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Using STIS ultraviolet spectroscopy to understand the physical properties, evolution, and structure of white dwarfs in sixteen newly discovered ultracompact binaries. 55
29 GO 16688 Richard Anderson Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne CHE Towards a 1% local determination of the Hubble constant: quantifying stellar association bias in the distance scale anchor galaxy NGC4258 4
29 GO 16687 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Interconnection between outgassing, fast rotation and mutual orbit in binary main-belt comet 288P 2
29 GO 16686 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA The Metallicity Distribution Functions of Faint M31 Satellites 30
29 GO 16685 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Low Mass Evaporating Planets: A Search for the Star-Planet Interaction in Kepler-535 5
29 GO 16684 Brian Lemaux NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA Peak Efficiency: Mass Assembly in a Forming Supercluster at the Peak of Cosmic Star Formation Activity 50
29 GO 16683 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Radioactive Stars: Bound Remnants from White Dwarf Supernovae 9
29 GO 16681 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Advancing a decades long experiment at the Galactic center 6
29 GO 16680 David Bowen Princeton University USA The Circumgalactic Medium of a Gas-Rich Ultra Diffuse Galaxy 7
29 GO 16679 Jessica Werk University of Washington USA Mainly on the Plane: Solving the Milky Way CGM Anomaly with Low-Galactic-Latitude QSOs 71
29 GO 16678 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Far-UV spectroscopy of 22 early-type galaxies: testing for IMF variation and a legacy dataset 44
29 GO 16677 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA Massive Stellar Populations at Reionization Metallicities: Anchoring Stellar Population Models for the JWST Era 54
29 GO 16676 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A 1% Calibration of the Distance Ladder from Cepheids Using High Precision Cluster Parallaxes to Reveal the Origin of the Hubble Tension 10
29 GO 16675 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Observing Jupiter's FUV auroras during the Juno Extended Mission 18
29 GO 16674 Jian-Yang Li Sun Yat-Sen University CHN Characterization and Temporal Evolution of the Ejecta Created by the DART Impact on Dimorphos 19
29 GO 16673 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Delivering on the promise of multi-messenger astronomy 22
29 GO 16672 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Ly-alpha emission from the low-z most metal-deficient star-forming galaxies 34
29 GO 16671 Nancy Elias-Rosa INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Unveiling the nature of interacting supernovae or supernova impostors 8
29 SNAP 16670 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA They almost got away: a SNAPshot survey of extreme galaxy clusters at z=0.2-0.5 206
29 GO 16668 Dan Coe Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Monitoring Earendel, the Lensed z~6 Star 4
29 GO 16667 Marusa Bradac University of Ljubljana, Dept. of Physics SVN The Final Frontier: HST and JWST Exploration of Galaxies Across Cosmic Epochs 56
29 GO 16666 Schuyler Wolff University of Arizona USA A deep and complete characterization of the Vega debris and planetary system in scattered light 32
29 GO 16665 Feige Wang University of Arizona USA The HST/JWST Quasar Legacy Survey: Probing the Primordial Environment of Quasars and the Topology of Cosmic Reionzation 66
29 GO 16664 Shriharsh Tendulkar Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay IND A repeating fast radio burst in a globular cluster at 3.6 Mpc 2
29 GO 16663 Lawrence Sromovsky University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Spectroscopic diagnosis of changing back yard giant exoplanets. 4
29 GO 16662 Nicholas Seymour Curtin University AUS Lyman-alpha Observations of a z=8.45 Powerful Radio Galaxy 4
29 GO 16661 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA Dwarf Galaxies with Radio-Selected Massive Black Holes 6
29 GO 16660 Samuel Quinn Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Inside out: detecting a rock vapor atmosphere on the lava world TOI-2431 b 11
29 GO 16659 Anna Pala ESA-European Space Astronomy Centre ESP Accreting white dwarfs as probes of compact binary evolution 118
29 GO 16658 Jessica Lu University of California - Berkeley USA Hunting for Black Holes with Astrometric Microlensing 20
29 SNAP 16657 Christoffer Fremling California Institute of Technology USA Late-time NUV Snapshots of the Lost Envelopes of Stripped Supernovae 163
29 GO 16656 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Early-Time UV Spectroscopy of Stripped-Envelope Supernovae: A New Window, Cycle 29 17
29 GO 16655 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Betelgeuse: An Iconic and Surprising Red Supergiant 20
29 GO 16654 Luciana Bianchi The Johns Hopkins University USA A wide, red-giant plus non-interacting black hole binary, or triple stellar system? 3
29 GO 16653 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric signature of a Second Planet in Proxima 2
29 GO 16652 Tracy Becker Southwest Research Institute USA Detecting Water on Metallic M-Type Asteroids in the Far-UV 5
29 GO 16651 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA A Search for Accreting Protoplanets within Transition Disk Gaps 30
29 GO 16650 Jessica Werk University of Washington USA Connecting Galaxy Black Hole Mass with the State of the Circumgalactic Medium 55
29 GO 16649 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA The final word on SN 2009ip: is it dead? 5
29 GO 16648 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA Atmospheric Evolution and Loss of a Recently Discovered Low-Density Ultra-Short Period Super-Earth 9
29 GO 16647 Varsha Ramachandran Universitat Heidelberg DEU The HST probes the winds and feedback of metal poor OB stars in the tidally stripped Magellanic Bridge\ 8
29 GO 16646 Sarah Peacock University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Exposing the Lyman-alpha Profiles of Low-Mass Stars 22
29 GO 16645 Jay Howk University of Notre Dame USA Spectral Imaging of O VI and Ly-alpha from a Giant Intragroup Filament 24
29 GO 16644 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE The ionizing output of galaxies undergoing the most extreme feedback 14
29 GO 16643 Simon Gazagnes University of Texas at Austin USA Mapping the escape of ionizing photons across the full ionizing continuum using high-resolution Lyman alpha and C IV observations. 34
29 SNAP 16642 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR A legacy survey for evolved planetary systems within 100pc 150
29 GO 16641 Eiichi Egami University of Arizona USA HST/WFC3-IR Imaging of Exceptionally Luminous Himiko/CR7-Like Galaxies at z>6 14
29 AR 16640 Yong Zheng Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute USA Braving the Storm: Quantifying the Effects of Ram Pressure and Stellar Feedback in the Large Magellanic Cloud unknown
29 AR 16639 Matthew Walker Carnegie Mellon University USA Wide Binary Stars in Nearby Dwarf Galaxies: A Novel Probe of Dark Matter on Subgalactic Scales unknown
29 AR 16638 Dean Townsley University of Alabama USA A Full Framework for Seismology of Accreting White Dwarf Stars unknown
29 AR 16637 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA Quantifying the relation between exquisitely detailed dust extinction features and molecular gas using HST and ALMA unknown
29 AR 16636 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA How do local environmental conditions influence the stellar cluster mass-radius relation? unknown
29 AR 16635 Kirill Tchernyshyov University of Washington USA The First Direct Measurement of CO/H2 in Sub-Solar Metallicity Environments Using ULYSSES Data unknown
29 AR 16634 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA Sculpting Hubble's Exoplanet Legacy: A Comprehensive Uniform Dataset of Exoplanet Transmission Spectra unknown
29 AR 16633 Evan Schneider University of Pittsburgh USA Unlocking the Potential of Galactic Outflow Observations unknown
29 AR 16631 David Rubin University of Hawaii USA A Blinded Photometric Reanalysis of the Cepheid Observations unknown
29 AR 16630 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA A New Empirical Test of Magnesium, Silicon, and Calcium NLTE Calculations Using UV Spectroscopy of Metal-Poor Stars unknown
29 AR 16629 Imants Platais The Johns Hopkins University USA Probing for astrometric accelerations in the globular cluster NGC 5139 unknown
29 AR 16628 Ekta Patel University of Utah USA Establishing a New Framework for Quantifying Quenching in Low-Mass Satellite Galaxies using Gaia and HST unknown
29 AR 16627 Kayla Owens University of Chicago USA Understanding Systematic Errors in the Cepheid Distance Scale unknown
29 AR 16626 Desika Narayanan University of Florida USA SED Fitting in the Modern Era: Fast and Accurate Machine-Learning Assisted Software unknown
29 AR 16625 Kevin McKinnon Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics CAN Combining HST and Gaia to Measure Proper Motions of Distant Halo Stars: Resolving Kinematic Inhomogeneity in the Milky Way unknown
29 AR 16624 Sarah Loebman University of California - Merced USA Simulating clustered star formation in a cosmological galactic context unknown
29 AR 16623 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Feasting on the Riches of Odysseus' Voyage unknown
29 AR 16622 Marie Wingyee Lau University of California - Riverside USA Probing Feeding and Feedback in the Circumgalactic Medium of Quasars via Direct Detection of Inflows unknown
29 AR 16621 Anton Koekemoer Space Telescope Science Institute USA SUPERCAL: Unified Reprocessing of the Large HST Cosmology Survey Fields - New Science, Archival Legacy, and Pathfinder for JWST unknown
29 AR 16620 Oleg Kargaltsev George Washington University USA Galactic Archeology: Mining Globular Clusters for Massive Star Remains with Machine Learning unknown
29 AR 16619 Eric Jimenez-Andrade Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) MEX Linking star formation and black hole accretion to galaxy structural properties with the HST and VLA unknown
29 AR 16618 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Active Asteroid 331P/Gibbs (P/2012 F5) unknown
29 AR 16617 James Jackman Arizona State University USA Probing The Evolution Of White-Light And FUV Flares From Low-Mass Stars With HST And TESS unknown
29 AR 16616 Jay Howk University of Notre Dame USA Interstellar tomography of highly ionized gas in the Milky Way thick disk with ULLYSES unknown
29 AR 16615 Shoubaneh Hemmati California Institute of Technology USA Generating HST-like Galaxy Images with Deep Neural Networks unknown
29 AR 16614 Oleg Gnedin University of Michigan USA Measuring sizes of young star clusters in nearby galaxies unknown
29 AR 16613 Andrew Fullard Michigan State University USA Solving the Type Ia supernova progenitor mystery with late-time light curve modeling of HST photometry unknown
29 AR 16612 Samuel Factor University of Texas at Austin USA Discovery of Young Planetary Systems with Kernel-Phase Interferometry unknown
29 AR 16611 Meredith Durbin University of California - Berkeley USA Modeling Spatiotemporal Systematics in Multiwavelength Stellar Photometry Catalogs unknown
29 AR 16610 Aaron Dotter Dartmouth College USA Stellar Evolution Models for Multiple Stellar Populations in Globular Clusters unknown
29 AR 16609 Nikko Cleri Texas A & M University USA Peering Through The Dust: Paschen-beta Indicators of Star Formation and Dust Attenuation unknown
29 AR 16608 Eugene Chiang University of California - Berkeley USA Dwarf Planet Destruction in Debris Disks unknown
29 AR 16607 Jane Charlton The Pennsylvania State University USA Is There a Relationship Between the Metallicity of the Circumgalactic Medium and the Galaxy Orientation? unknown
29 AR 16606 Cody Carr Zhejiang University (ZJU) CHN Modeling the Mg II-Lyman Alpha Relation as a Calibrator of the Lyman Continuum Escape Fraction unknown
29 AR 16605 Timothy Carleton Arizona State University USA HST: Hot or Cold? Improving Constraints on the Thermal Foreground of HST unknown
29 AR 16604 Timothy Carleton Arizona State University USA Resolved Stellar Populations and the Multi-Wavelength Structure of Dwarf Galaxies in the Frontier Fields unknown
29 AR 16603 Emma Beasor University of Arizona USA Using supernova progenitors to determine the mass threshold for black hole formation unknown
29 AR 16602 Kat Barger Texas Christian University USA The LMC's Galactic Wind through the Eyes of ULLYSES unknown
29 AR 16601 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA Measuring the contribution of quasar outflows to AGN feedback unknown
29 AR 16600 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA A new paradigm for Seyfert outflows and their connection to AGN feedback unknown
28 GO 16513 Julia Roman-Duval Space Telescope Science Institute USA The resolved PAH properties at low metallicity 3
28 GO 16509 Sean Terry University of Maryland College Park USA Detection of the Astrometric Microlensing Signal by the Binary Black Hole Candidate MOA-2019-BLG-284 4
28 GO 16508 Jacob Jencson California Institute of Technology USA Confirming a Failed Supernova Candidate in M51 3
28 GO 16507 Minghao Yue Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Identifying a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar or A Close Quasar Pair at z=5.66 1
28 GO 16506 Joris Witstok University of Cambridge GBR Imaging the sites of star formation at sub-kiloparsec scales in the Epoch of Reionization 4
28 GO 16505 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD From a soft gamma-repeater to a fast radio burst 1
28 GO 16504 Michael Rosenthal University of Wisconsin - Madison USA A Spectroscopically Confirmed Massively Star-forming Protocluster at z = 3.14 5
28 GO 16503 Jennifer Winters Bridgewater State University USA Confirming the Host Star of a Second Planet in the LTT 1445ABC System 6
28 GO 16502 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR Bulk abundances of the planetary material in a nearby bright gaseous disk around a white dwarf 4
28 GO 16501 Yoonyoung Kim University of California - Los Angeles USA Is main-belt comet 288P a triple system? 6
28 GO 16500 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Probing the Post-genitor System of Calcium-rich Transient SN 2019ehk 2
28 GO 16499 Joachim Saur Universitat zu Koeln DEU Providing Context for Juno's only Close Ganymede Flyby 6
28 GO 16498 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA A STIS look at ASASSN-14ko: a recently discovered periodic nuclear transient with rapid FUV evolution 4
28 GO 16497 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR The Near-Infrared Plateau of Type Ia Supernovae 8
28 GO 16490 Serena Benatti Osservatorio Astronomico di Palermo Giuseppe S. Vaiana ITA The XUV irradiation of the young exo-planets around V1298 Tau 3
28 GO 16489 Noel Castro Segura The University of Warwick GBR Outflow Legacy Accretion Survey: unveiling the wind driving mechanism in BHXRBs 12
28 GO 16488 Hannah Zohren Universitat Bonn, Argelander Institute for Astronomy DEU An XMM-Newton+HST study of an extreme, high-redshift cluster merger 9
28 GO 16487 Peter Wheatley The University of Warwick GBR Testing the apparent steep decline in the chromospheric emission of very late M dwarfs 3
28 GO 16486 Koji Mukai NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The Symbiotic Recurrent Nova T CrB as it Approaches its Next Eruption 4
28 GO 16485 Ilsang Yoon Associated Universities, Inc. USA Hidden Binary Supermassive Black Holes Revealed by 'Radio-Near IR' Imaging 2
28 GO 16484 Antony Stark Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA First Radio Observations of the Brightest Object at z > 5 3
28 GO 16483 Peter Breiding The Johns Hopkins University USA A Hunt for Binary Supermassive Black Holes with the VLBA and HST 5
28 GO 16464 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA Mapping the Porous Neutral Gas Reservoir in an Extremely High Ionization Galaxy 15
28 GO 16463 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Active Asteroid P/2020 O1 5
28 GO 16462 Vatsal Panwar The University of Warwick GBR Atmospheric characterization of the innermost gas giants in the infant multiplanet system V1298 Tau 8
28 GO 16461 Jean Somalwar California Institute of Technology USA The Most Extreme Globular Cluster Systems in Low Surface Brightness Galaxies 7
28 GO 16460 Minghao Yue Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Confirming a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar Candidate at z=5.07 2
28 GO 16459 Soeren Larsen Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The color-magnitude diagram of an extremely metal-poor globular cluster 7
28 GO 16458 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD A long gamma-ray burst from the nucleus of an ancient galaxy 2
28 GO 16457 Billy Edwards Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Atmospheric Characterisation of A Disintegrating Planet in the Hot Neptune Desert 8
28 GO 16456 R. O. Loyd Eureka Scientific Inc. USA REVELATION: Reconnaissance of Extreme Velocity Exoplanets for Lyman-Alpha Transit Investigations of Outflowing Neutrals 4
28 GO 16454 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA The Extended Death Throes of a Dark Vortex on Neptune 10
28 GO 16453 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Measuring the Distance to SN Ia Host NGC 4457 6
28 GO 16452 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Is the Lucy Mission Target (52246) Donaldjohanson a Binary? 1
28 GO 16451 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA A STIS view of ASASSN-14ko: uncovering the nature of the recently discovered periodic nuclear transient 7
28 GO 16450 Joshua Lothringer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Measuring the Rock-to-Ice Ratio in an Exoplanet 10
28 GO 16449 David Wilson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Testing the Lyman Alpha reconstructions vital for stellar and exoplanet astronomy 4
28 GO 16448 Thomas Barclay NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Confirming a tentative detection of an atmosphere around a potentially rocky planet 8
28 GO 16447 Thayne Currie University of Texas at San Antonio USA Confirming a Wide-Separation Directly-Imaged Infant Planet around a Young, Dusty Star 8
28 GO 16445 Nimisha Kumari Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA The puzzling Lya profile of Pox 186: a local analogue of reionization era galaxies 2
28 GO 16444 Haakon Dahle University of Oslo NOR A bright arc behind an extreme cluster lens at z=1.5 3
28 GO 16443 Ivelina Momcheva Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU 3D-DASH: A Wide Field WFC3/IR Survey of COSMOS 159
28 GO 16429 Mariachiara Rossetti INAF, Instituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica, Milano ITA A candidate bullet in the Planck SZ Catalogue 5
28 GO 16428 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Keep It Simple: Massive Two-Body Mergers at z~0.6 1
28 GO 16427 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The role of photons from X-ray binaries at reionization 10
28 GO 16426 Roger Romani Stanford University USA Title: The Moving Filament of the Guitar Nebula 3
28 GO 16425 Guillaume Mahler Universite de Liege BEL A BULLET-LIKE CLUSTER AT REDSHIFT 1 8
28 GO 16424 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Radio galaxy harassment caught in the act 2
28 GO 16423 Vivienne Baldassare Washington State University USA A CHANDRA LOOK AT VARIABILITY-SELECTED LOW-MASS AGN CANDIDATES 9
28 GO 16422 Mark Reynolds The Ohio State University USA Probing Super-Eddington Outflows via Accreting Galactic BeXRBs 1
28 GO 16421 Steven Saar Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA The Secrets of Stellar Siestas: the Magnetic Grand Minimum Candidate HD 4915 2
28 GO 16420 Jeroen Homan Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Transient LMXBs in Globular Clusters 4
28 GO 16392 Paul Green Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA X-rays from a Unique Spun-up Post Mass Transfer Main Sequence Carbon Star 2
28 GO 16376 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA The (Chandra) Bad Attitude Project 10
28 AR 16363 Elena D'Onghia University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Searching for the LMC Corona: the Missing Element for the Formation of the Magellanic Stream unknown
28 AR 16362 Robert Barrows University of Colorado at Boulder USA Redshift Evolution of ULXs unknown
28 GO 16361 Francesco Ferraro Universita di Bologna ITA A new reading of the core size-age distribution of LMC clusters: changing the paradigm of star cluster formation 12
28 AR 16321 Liliana Rivera Sandoval University of Texas Rio Grande Valley USA A search for variable stars and compact binaries in globular clusters with HST unknown
28 GO 16320 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Do collapsars make the heavy elements: A sensitive search in a nearby gamma-ray burst? 5
28 GO 16319 Michael Zhang University of Chicago USA Probing mass loss from two mini-Neptunes orbiting a young solar analogue 36
28 GO 16318 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU The First Measurement of the Distribution of Quasar Lifetimes with the HeII Proximity Effect 32
28 GO 16317 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU A Quantitative HeII Lyman Alpha Absorption Spectrum of the Newly Discovered Highest-Redshift UV-bright Quasar 4
28 GO 16316 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA GULP: Galaxy UV Legacy Project 84
28 GO 16315 Karen Meech University of Hawaii USA Drivers of Activity for Interstellar object 2I/2019 Q4 (Borisov) 5
28 GO 16314 Christopher Manser Imperial College of London GBR Investigating extreme evolved planetary systems: The hottest white dwarf debris disc 1
28 GO 16313 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA Tracking the Uranian magnetosphere between solstice and equinox and the inner rotation rate of the planet 9
28 GO 16312 Margarita Karovska Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA EFFECTS OF RECENT PERIASTRON PASSAGE AND ECLIPSE IN THE SYMBIOTIC SYSTEM R AQR 5
28 GO 16310 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov 8
28 GO 16309 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Long-Period Comet C/2017 K2 5
28 GO 16308 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Active Asteroids Rapid Response 2
28 GO 16307 Guangwei Fu The Johns Hopkins University USA 'A' Gap: Exploring the new parameter space of ultra hot Jupiters around A-type host stars 20
28 SNAP 16306 Estela Fernandez-Valenzuela University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Towards a more complete understanding of Haumea's family tree 20
28 GO 16305 Elodie Choquet CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Witnessing giant planet formation in action: a unique view of the emblematic PDS 70 system with HST 16
28 GO 16304 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA Digging deep into massive star variability: Do massive stars vary due to internal gravity waves or stellar winds? 26
28 GO 16303 Edo Berger Harvard University USA Fine-Tuned Search for Kilonova Emission in a Short Gamma-Ray Burst: Implications for the Progenitors, GW Sources, and r-Process Nucleosynthesis 10
28 GO 16302 Ya-Lin Wu National Taiwan Normal University TWN Accretion Rates as a Diagnostic Tool for the Origin of Planetary-mass Companions 26
28 GO 16301 Mary Putman Columbia University in the City of New York USA The Circumgalactic Medium at the Lowest Mass End 43
28 GO 16300 Allison Noble Arizona State University USA Toward a Spatially-resolved Kennicutt-Schmidt Law in High-redshift Cluster Galaxies: the Interplay Between Molecular Gas, Star Formation, and Stellar Mass with ALMA and HST 18
28 GO 16299 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA The Nature of a Newly Discovered Wolf-Rayet Binary: Archetype of Stripping? 2
28 SNAP 16298 Mattia Libralato INAF - Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale ITA Enhancing the astrometric legacy of HST for globular clusters 44
28 GO 16297 Ting-Wen Lan National Taiwan University, Dept. of Physics TWN Catching radio-mode feedback in action with COS UV absorption spectroscopy 8
28 GO 16296 Theodora Karalidi University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Bands of brothers: detecting banded structures in the atmospheres of Luhman 16A and B 15
28 GO 16295 Yuichi Harikane University of Tokyo, Institute of Cosmic Ray Research JPN A Spectroscopic Redshift for the Most Luminous Galaxy Candidate at z~11 4
28 GO 16294 Nathan Eggen University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Pox 186: A Case of Complete Neutral Gas Blow-Away? 11
28 GO 16293 Yumi Choi NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Near Field Cosmology with Ultra-faint Dwarfs: Patchy Reionization and Sub-Solar Initial Mass Function 5
28 GO 16292 Yumi Choi NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Probing the Sources of Reionization: First Measurement of the Escape Fraction of Ionizing Photons in Dwarf Galaxies Fainter than Muv = -13 13
28 GO 16291 Christy Tremonti University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Spatially Resolving Outflows in a z~1 Extremely Red Quasar to Observe a Short-Lived Blowout Phase in Galaxy Evolution 9
28 GO 16290 Stephen Skinner University of Colorado at Boulder USA UV Spectroscopy of PDS 70: A T Tauri Star Hosting a Newborn Planetary System 2
28 GO 16289 Antonino Milone Universita degli Studi di Padova ITA Multiple stellar populations in Globular Clusters: exploring the low mass regime 18
28 GO 16288 Smita Mathur The Ohio State University USA What governs the physics of the warm-hot circumgalactic medium? 26
28 SNAP 16287 Joseph Lyman The University of Warwick GBR A public UV snapshot survey of core-collapse supernova hosts in IF 210
28 GO 16286 Mukremin Kilic University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA The First Double Helium White Dwarf LISA Verification Source 4
28 GO 16285 Marjorie Decleir Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA Linking dust extinction properties to depletion in the Milky Way 31
28 GO 16284 Shany Danieli Princeton University USA Imaging of an apparent ''globular cluster galaxy'' 2
28 GO 16283 Francesca D'Antona INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Understanding the Extreme Population in the Globular Cluster NGC 6402 (M14): Breaking the Degeneracy of Cluster Formation Scenarios 13
28 GO 16282 Matteo Correnti INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA The IR CMD of the Metal-Rich Bulge Cluster NGC6553: Pushing its Age to Sub-Gyr Precision 1
28 GO 16281 Marco Chiaberge Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA High-redshift 3CR: witnessing the formation of the most massive galaxies, clusters and AGN in the Bright Ages 42
28 SNAP 16280 Mario De Pra University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Quasi-Hildas Objects: The Missing Link Between The Hildas and Centaurs Populations 37
28 GO 16278 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Flashlights: Many Extremely Magnified Individual Stars as Probes of Dark Matter and Stellar Populations to Redshift z~2 96
28 GO 16277 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA Completing the HST Parallax Legacy: M4 2
28 GO 16276 Xin Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences CHN WFC3 Spectroscopy of the Most Massive Galaxy Protoclusters at Cosmic Noon 45
28 GO 16275 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR Compact binary mergers: R-process kilonovae and ultra-relativistic jets 18
28 GO 16274 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolved Proper Motions of M33 25
28 GO 16273 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Andromeda and the Seven Dwarfs: M31 Mass, Satellite Orbits, and the Nature of the Satellite Plane 48
28 GO 16272 Tomer Shenar Tel Aviv University ISR The multiplicity and properties of the LMC WC stars: the immediate progenitors of black holes and stripped supernovae 24
28 GO 16271 Daniel Schaerer University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE A new window on the UV SED of star-forming galaxies: direct measurements of ionizing spectra in the Lyman continuum 30
28 GO 16270 Joshua Lothringer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Heavy Metal Bands: A Study of Ions Escaping from the Hottest Jovian Atmospheres 20
28 GO 16269 David Jones University of Hawaii USA Tension at the Breaking Point: Uncovering New Physics Through a Two-Rung Distance Ladder Measurement of the Hubble Constant 112
28 GO 16268 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Resolving Mass Benchmarks for Ultracool Atmospheres 16
28 GO 16267 Courtney Dressing University of California - Berkeley USA Probing the Atmosphere of a Temperate Transiting Jovian Planet with an Orbital Period of 1.5 Years 18
28 GO 16265 Josefin Larsson Royal Institute of Technology SWE The ever-changing face of SN 1987A 4
28 GO 16264 Justin Pierel Space Telescope Science Institute USA LensWatch: Time Delay Measurement of a Multiply-Imaged Supernova 22
28 GO 16263 John Wisniewski NASA Headquarters USA Diagnosing a New Species of Dusty Debris: the Chameleon Debris Disk 8
28 SNAP 16262 R. Tully University of Hawaii USA 5% Distances to Galaxies using Surface Brightness Fluctuations 141
28 GO 16261 Sally Oey University of Michigan USA Mrk 71: Prototype for Catastrophic Cooling in a Green Pea Analog 25
28 GO 16260 Sally Oey University of Michigan USA Tied up in Knots: The Spatially Resolved LyC Escape from Haro 11 19
28 GO 16259 Ivelina Momcheva Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU 3D-DASH: A Wide Field WFC3/IR Survey of COSMOS 100
28 GO 16258 Chiara Mazzucchelli Diego Portales University CHL The Environment of the most distant Radio Loud Quasar 25
28 SNAP 16257 Francine Marleau Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT Globular cluster systems of ultra-diffuse galaxies in low density environments 87
28 GO 16256 Graham Harper University of Colorado at Boulder USA A Sensitive Test for Far Ultraviolet CO absorption in the Outflow of our Nearest Supernova Progenitor - Antares 23
28 GO 16255 Emanuele Dalessandro INAF-Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio ITA Pinpointing the Onset of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters 10
28 GO 16254 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Stellar X-ray Cycles: the Shape of Things to Come 4
28 GO 16253 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Cycles and the Seven Dwarfs 4
28 GO 16252 Rolf Jansen Arizona State University USA TREASUREHUNT: Hubble's UV-Visible treasury imaging of the JWST NEP Time-Domain Field 28
28 GO 16251 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Single White Dwarf L145-141 (LAWD 37) through Astrometric Microlensing 1
28 GO 16250 Wenlong Yuan The Johns Hopkins University USA Refining the Mira Distance Scale and Hubble Constant for the Era of JWST and WFIRST 13
28 GO 16248 Justin Spilker Texas A & M University USA Testing the Origin and Consequences of Vast Extended Molecular Gas Outside High-Redshift Post-Starburst Galaxies 4
28 GO 16247 Michele Scalco INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The radial chromosomic map of Omega Centauri 2
28 GO 16246 Mitchell Revalski Space Telescope Science Institute USA Are Narrow Line Region Outflows an Effective Mode of AGN Feedback? 14
28 GO 16245 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE Mapping Lyman alpha and ionization in the leakiest galaxies 34
28 GO 16244 Robert Mathieu University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Blue Lurkers: Low-Mass Blue Stragglers and the Stability of Mass Transfer 17
28 GO 16243 Federico Marocco California Institute of Technology USA Determining the low-mass cutoff for star formation 29
28 GO 16242 Varsha Kulkarni University of South Carolina USA The Baryonic Content of Galaxies Mapped by MaNGA and Gas Flows Around Them 33
28 SNAP 16241 Michael Koss Eureka Scientific Inc. USA A NUV Snapshot Survey of the Nearest Luminous AGN 124
28 GO 16240 Bethan James Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Pinning down multi-phase mixing of metals within star-forming galaxies 15
28 SNAP 16239 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Snapshot Observations of Nearby, Recent Supernovae and Their Environments 97
28 GO 16238 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Measuring the Effect of Progenitor Metallicity on Type Ia Supernova Distance Estimates 12
28 GO 16237 Scott Chapman University of British Columbia CAN A massive protocluster at z=7 selected by the South Pole Telescope 23
28 GO 16236 Taylor Bell Bay Area Environmental Research Institute USA The Life and Death of Ultra-Hot Jupiter WASP-12b 22
28 GO 16234 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Supernovae in the Infrared avec Hubble 26
28 GO 16233 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU Jets and disk scattering - Spatially resolved optical and FUV observations of AA Taudac 17
28 GO 16232 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Investigating The Interstellar Bullet Engine IRAS05506+2414 5
28 GO 16231 David Rupke Rhodes College USA Witnessing the circumgalactic medium in formation: Imaging OVI in the warm-hot CGM of a record-breaking galactic wind 20
28 SNAP 16230 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA An NUV SNAP program to supplement and enhance the value of the ULLYSES OB star legacy data. 200
28 GO 16229 Clemence Fontanive Universite de Montreal CAN Precise distances and photometry for the Y dwarf population: unlocking the secrets of our coolest neighbours 26
28 GO 16228 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA A Multi-Cycle Monitoring Program of the Hydra's Shadow 4
28 GO 16227 David Bowen Princeton University USA Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies (XMPGs): A Search for the Lowest Metallicity Gas in Nearby Galaxies 30
28 GO 16226 Sal Fu University of California - Berkeley USA Metallicity Distribution Functions of Quenched Field Dwarf Galaxies 23
28 SNAP 16225 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA A SNAP Survey of the Local Interstellar Medium: New NUV Observations of Stars with Archived FUV Observations 84
28 GO 16224 Steven Parsons University of Sheffield GBR Pathways to compact white dwarf binaries 34
28 GO 16223 Marco Gullieuszik INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Star-forming clumps in jellyfish galaxy tails 30
28 GO 16222 Christopher Clark Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Extinction Mapping in Leo P: Resolving the Dust Properties of the Lowest-Metallicity ISM in the Local Universe 6
28 GO 16221 Peter Brown Texas A & M University USA Red or Reddened Supernovae? Understanding the Ultraviolet Differences of Normal Standard Candles 28
28 GO 16220 Thomas Beatty University of Wisconsin - Madison USA An Observational Anchor for Brown Dwarf Models 5
28 GO 16219 Kat Barger Texas Christian University USA Exploring the origin of the M31-M33 filament 12
28 GO 16218 Liliana Rivera Sandoval University of Texas Rio Grande Valley USA Confirming the first double degenerates in globular clusters 10
28 GO 16217 Liliana Rivera Sandoval University of Texas Rio Grande Valley USA Identifying Double White Dwarf Binaries in Globular Clusters 9
28 GO 16216 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Focus on Betelgeuse 12
28 GO 16215 Sebastian Gomez Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV to NIR Study of the the First Robust Pulsational or Pair Instability Supernova and its Low Metallicity Environment 3
28 GO 16214 Qicheng Zhang Lowell Observatory USA Polarimetric Characterization of Oort Cloud Comet C/2017 K2 (PANSTARRS) Before Water Ice Sublimation 2
28 GO 16213 Swara Ravindranath Catholic University of America USA Extreme Star-Forming Galaxies: Local laboratories to constrain models of ionizing sources in the reionization epoch 20
28 GO 16212 Daniel Perley Liverpool John Moores University GBR HST Spectroscopy of a Fast-Rising Luminous Ultraviolet Transient 6
28 GO 16211 Pippa Molyneux Southwest Research Institute USA A systematic study of auroral processes at Ganymede 12
28 GO 16210 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Spectroscopic Confirmation of High-Redshift Close Dual/Lensed Quasars from Gaia and HST 14
28 GO 16209 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE Highly ionized gas in extreme starburst galaxies: high resolution He II and (the first) C IV emission imaging 17
28 GO 16208 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Improved Masses for Critical Cepheid Binaries 8
28 GO 16207 Giada Arney NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Photochemistry in TESS's first habitable zone terrestrial planet, TOI-700 d 16
28 GO 16206 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Mass determination of an extreme halo M subdwarf through astrometric and photometric microlensing 1
28 GO 16205 John Wisniewski NASA Headquarters USA Time Domain Coronagraphy: Diagnosing the Stripping of AU Mic's Debris Disk 7
28 GO 16204 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A New Method to Measure the Chemical Compositions of Extrasolar Planetesimals 16
28 GO 16202 Chris Stark NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Revealing Structure in the HD 53143 Debris Disk 15
28 GO 16201 Justin Spilker Texas A & M University USA Testing the Origin of Vast Extended Molecular Gas Outside High-z Post-Starbursts 2
28 GO 16200 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Discovering Isolated Stellar-Mass Black Holes Using Astrometric Microlensing 7
28 GO 16199 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Exploiting the fortunate Jupiter transit geometry to probe Ganymede's and Callisto's atmospheres 4
28 GO 16198 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA From Masers to Coma, A Single Step Measurement of the Hubble Constant and a Reservoir of New SNe Ia 32
28 GO 16197 John Pineda University of Colorado at Boulder USA Chromosopheric and Coronal Activity in the Lowest-Mass Stars 33
28 GO 16196 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute USA Mapping Gas Flows in AGNs by Reverberation 198
28 GO 16195 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR A Tail of Two Giants: Observing Saturn's FUV auroras in Jupiter's magnetotail in 2020 16
28 GO 16194 Jean-Michel Desert Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD Cooking a planet: The heating and cooling of an exoplanet atmosphere 23
28 GO 16193 Bertrand Bonfond Université de Liège BEL Building connections: Juno and STIS contemporaneous observations of Jupiter's magnetosphere and auroras 5
28 GO 16192 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Re-activation of binary main-belt comet 288P 4
28 GO 16191 Adam Smercina Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Benchmark Survey of Resolved Stellar Populations in the Nearest Ultra Diffuse Galaxy, F8D1 31
28 GO 16190 Peter Brown Texas A & M University USA Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Extreme Standard Candles 62
28 GO 16189 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV Spectroscopic Signatures from Type Ia Supernovae Strongly Interacting with a Circumstellar Medium 15
28 GO 16188 Guy Worthey Washington State University USA Calibration of Scattered Light in STIS grating G230LB 6
28 GO 16187 Feige Wang University of Arizona USA Mapping A Distant Protocluster Anchored by A Luminous Quasar in the Epoch of Reionization 17
28 GO 16186 Remco van der Burg European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU The extremely peculiar globular cluster system of UDG GAMA-526784 and its implications 3
28 GO 16185 Adam Smercina Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolving Star Formation Triggered by M82's Prototypical Superwind 12
28 GO 16184 Nicholas Seymour Curtin University AUS Lyman-alpha Observations of a z=10.15 Powerful Radio Galaxy 5
28 GO 16183 Simon Porter Southwest Research Institute USA Followup High-Precision Astrometry and Binary Searches of Potential New Horizons KBO Targets 58
28 GO 16182 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU Catching wind with the HST: novel UV spectroscopy of a bona fide ultraluminous X-ray source 17
28 GO 16181 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Exploring the Demographics of Exo-Neptunes: Atmospheric Characterization of a Cool Sub-Neptune from TESS 18
28 GO 16180 Tiffany Kataria Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Constructing the First Spectroscopic, Multi-Dimensional Map of a Hot Jupiter 30
28 SNAP 16179 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA A Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae 54
28 GO 16178 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Early-Time UV Spectroscopy of Stripped-Envelope Supernovae: A New Window 17
28 GO 16177 Annalisa Calamida Space Telescope Science Institute USA Digging into the mystery of the Galactic globular clusters M22 and NGC1851 5
28 GO 16176 Kris Davidson University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA \`\`Last Call!'' Eta Carinae's Spectroscopic Event in 2020 2
28 GO 16175 Aida Wofford Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Obs. Astron. Nac. MEX Can Very Massive Stars form at the low-metallicity threshold of the nearby Universe? 8
28 GO 16174 Kevin Wagner University of Arizona USA Imaging Planet-Disk Interactions in the Beta Pictoris Disk 3
28 GO 16173 Grant Tremblay Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Hyperfine Temporal & Spatial Resolution of Stellar Ages amid Quasar-Driven gas flows: Unifying HST with MUSE and ALMA 33
28 GO 16172 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA The disappearing LBV in the low metallicity galaxy PHL293B: Collapse to a black hole? 3
28 GO 16171 Yue Shen University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Understanding the offset in the broad-line region size-luminosity relation with UV spectroscopy 25
28 GO 16170 Andreas Sander Astronomisches Rechen-Institut Heidelberg DEU Wolf-Rayet stars in the outskirts of M33: unveiling helium-star evolution and feedback at subsolar metallicity 20
28 GO 16169 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA The biological potential of other worlds: comparing the phosphorus content of wet and dry exoplanetary crusts 6
28 GO 16168 Megan Weiner Mansfield University of Arizona USA Stuck in the Middle with WASP-77Ab: Defining Transitions in Hot Jupiter Atmospheres 10
28 GO 16167 Wesley Fraser Dominion Astrophysical Observatory CAN Confirming the binarity of Kuiper Belt Object 2015 RR245: a test of the streaming instability 2
28 GO 16166 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA MUSCLES Extension for Atmospheric Transmission Spectroscopy: Essential Ultraviolet Stellar Characterization for Guaranteed JWST Transiting Planet Targets 57
28 GO 16165 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Towards a Comprehensive Search for Surviving Companions to Stripped-Envelope Supernovae 14
28 GO 16164 Paul Cauley University of Colorado at Boulder USA Measuring mass loss via metal lines from the very young planet AU Mic b 15
28 GO 16163 Paul Cauley University of Colorado at Boulder USA Planetary mass loss and the high-energy spectrum of V1298 Tau 17
28 GO 16162 Martha Boyer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Solving the metallicity dependence of evolved star evolution and completing HST's near-IR legacy in the Local Volume 50
28 GO 16161 Prasiddha Arunachalam Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Measuring Cosmic Ray Acceleration in a Young Supernova Remnant in the Large Magellanic Cloud: The Case for a Third Epoch Observation of SNR0519-69.0 2
28 AR 16160 Stephen Zepf Michigan State University USA Far-ultraviolet insights into multiple populations in extragalactic globular clusters unknown
28 AR 16159 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA Measuring the Cosmic Star Formation History of the Lowest Mass Galaxies unknown
28 AR 16158 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The metallicity of high- and intermediate-velocity clouds unknown
28 AR 16157 Enrico Vesperini Indiana University System USA Evolution of the kinematical properties of multiple stellar populations in globular clusters unknown
28 AR 16156 Dean Townsley University of Alabama USA UV spectra of Type Ia Supernovae from Double Detonations unknown
28 AR 16155 Grace Telford Princeton University USA Do Starbursts Form Cored Density Profiles in Dwarf Galaxies? unknown
28 AR 16154 Niharika Sravan Drexel University USA Optimal Use of HST for Obtaining Statistical Constraints for SN IIb Progenitors and their Companions unknown
28 AR 16153 William Sparks SETI Institute USA M-dwarf Exoplanet Direct Detection using Light Echoes (MEDDLE) unknown
28 AR 16152 Edward Sion Villanova University USA Accreting White Dwarfs: Their Masses, Rotational Velocities and Chemical Abundances unknown
28 AR 16151 Raymond Simons University of Connecticut USA On The Rapid Evolution of Galaxy Metallicity Gradients: A Bridge Between Theory and Observations unknown
28 AR 16150 Keren Sharon University of Michigan USA Hubble constant measurement from cluster-lensed quasars unknown
28 AR 16149 Anowar Shajib University of Chicago USA Systematics in H_0 from lensing: a comprehensive study of internal structure in elliptical galaxies unknown
28 AR 16148 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Painting the first empirical picture of massive stars below the metallicity of the SMC with ULLYSES unknown
28 AR 16147 Michael Rutkowski Minnesota State University, Mankato USA CENSUS-2175: Constraining Extinction with NUV Spectroscopy of UV-bright Star-forming galaxies-via the 2175-Angstrom bump unknown
28 AR 16146 Erica Nelson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Pirate: Walking the Plank to Spatially Resolved Stellar Populations in CANDELS unknown
28 AR 16145 Desika Narayanan University of Florida USA The Dust Extinction Law in Local Galaxies: Enhancing HST Data Products from Cosmological Galaxy Formation Simulations unknown
28 AR 16144 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Census of Metals in Low-Mass Galaxies: Quantifying the Metal Retention as a Function of Mass unknown
28 AR 16143 Matthew Malkan University of California - Los Angeles USA Stellar Torques and Gas Flows in Galactic Centers: Feeding and Feedback in Nearby Active Galactic Nuclei unknown
28 AR 16142 Joshua Lothringer Space Telescope Science Institute USA The First Grid of White-Dwarf-Irradiated Brown Dwarf Atmosphere Models unknown
28 AR 16141 Brian Lorenz University of California - Berkeley USA A New Angle on Attenuation: Investigating Dust and its Relationship to Galaxy Inclination unknown
28 AR 16140 Cassandra Lochhaas Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA What Holds Up the CGM? unknown
28 AR 16139 Michael Line Arizona State University USA A Grid Idea: A New Comprehensive Self-Consistent Radiative-Convective Model Grid for Exoplanet Atmospheres unknown
28 AR 16138 Bomee Lee Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) KOR Constraining the masses of galaxy overdensities at z > 1 in CANDELS and COSMOS through weak lensing in the NIR unknown
28 AR 16137 Allison Kirkpatrick University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. USA Obscured CANDELS: Disentangling Obscuration around Supermassive Black Holes in the Distant Universe unknown
28 AR 16136 Charles Kilpatrick Northwestern University USA Using the full power of the HST Archive to Address the Red Supergiant Problem unknown
28 AR 16135 Eliza Kempton University of Maryland USA Quantifying the Effects of Host Star UV Scaling Relationships on Photochemical Modeling of Exoplanet Atmospheres unknown
28 AR 16134 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA DOLPHOT for Time-Domain Astronomy unknown
28 AR 16133 Edward Jenkins Princeton University USA A Comprehensive Investigation of Gas-Phase Element Abundances and Extinction by Dust in the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds unknown
28 AR 16132 Caroline Huang Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Mira Distance to M101: Towards a Sub-3% Measurement of the Hubble Constant with Miras unknown
28 AR 16131 D. Hillier University of Pittsburgh USA CMFGEN: A Key Spectroscopic Tool for Astrophysicists unknown
28 AR 16130 Svea Hernandez Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Adding the Final Piece to the Metallicity Puzzle of Star- Forming Galaxies: Stellar Abundances from Integrated Light unknown
28 AR 16129 Gregory Herczeg Peking University CHN Outflows and Disks around Young Stars: Synergies for the Exploration of Ullyses Spectra (ODYSSEUS) unknown
28 AR 16128 Fabian Heitsch University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill USA Triggering Precipitation at the Edge of the Galaxy: A New Theoretical Approach unknown
28 AR 16127 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago USA Absolute Magnitude Calibration of Type Ia SNe at 1%: Doubling the Sample of TRGB Host-Galaxy Supernova Calibrators unknown
28 AR 16126 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago USA An Independent Appraisal of the Cepheid Distance Scale unknown
28 AR 16125 Kristian Finlator New Mexico State University USA Probing Reionization With the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
28 AR 16124 Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere Northwestern University USA Testing a new physical model for the formation of galactic disks and its implications for star formation variability, ISM kinematics and galactic winds unknown
28 AR 16123 Bjorn Emonts Associated Universities, Inc. USA Diffuse star formation in the proto-cluster medium: witnessing the in-situ birth of a giant galaxy unknown
28 AR 16122 Meredith Durbin University of California - Berkeley USA A Fully Self-Consistent Local Group NIR-TRGB Calibration unknown
28 AR 16121 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Testing models of star formation in extreme environments with star clusters at the Galactic center unknown
28 AR 16120 Yumi Choi NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Constraining the ionizing photon production efficiency for galaxies fainter than Muv = -17 unknown
28 AR 16119 Dolon Bhattacharyya University of Colorado at Boulder USA Atmospheric Evolution of Uranus unknown
28 GO 16118 William Dunn University College London GBR Chandra EUV Capabilities: A New View of Jupiter 1
28 GO 16068 Thomas Maccarone Texas Tech University USA The most massive low density globular cluster 4
27 GO 16089 Quanzhi Ye University of Maryland USA A new member of a new comet group: characterization of C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) 1
27 GO 16088 Karen Meech University of Hawaii USA Tracking the Outbound Motion of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov. 10
27 GO 16087 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Optical Evolution of Interstellar Object 2I/Borisov 5
27 GO 16086 Joshua Lothringer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Comparing Escaping Metals and Heat Deposition in Ultra-hot Jupiters 10
27 GO 16085 Leonardo Dos Santos Space Telescope Science Institute USA Atmospheric escape in the young transiting planet DS Tuc A b 5
27 GO 16084 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA The Disruption of a Dark Vortex on Neptune 5
27 GO 16083 Kamen Todorov Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD Water and methane in a juvenile transiting exoplanet 10
27 GO 16082 Oliver Mueller EPFL CHE A new enigmatic population of over-luminous globular clusters in an ultra-diffuse galaxy 1
27 GO 16081 James Rhoads NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Let's Point Hubble at a Bubble! 6
27 GO 16080 Alexandra Mannings University of California - Santa Cruz USA Resolving the Host Galaxies of Fast Radio Bursts 6
27 GO 16079 Daniel Lennon Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP Does the binary system LB-1 host a Black Hole? 3
27 GO 16078 David Sand University of Arizona USA Late Time Photometry of a Type Ia Supernova with an Early, Red Light Curve Excess 4
27 GO 16077 Bryce Bolin California Institute of Technology USA Determining the cause of activity of the first active Trojan, 2019 LD2 3
27 GO 16076 Samantha Oates University of Birmingham GBR UV spectroscopy and imaging of the transient Swift J221951-484240 discovered in the follow-up of GW S190930t. 4
27 GO 16075 Wynn Jacobson-Galan California Institute of Technology USA Late-time Observations of Calcium-Rich Transient SN 2019ehk 2
27 GO 16074 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA Cyclones as the Dominant Source Regions for Jovian Lightning 3
27 GO 16073 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Individual component shapes and rotation states in binary main-belt comet 288P 6
27 GO 16072 Shriharsh Tendulkar Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay IND Constraining the local environment and possible binarity of the closest-known Fast Radio Burst source 4
27 GO 16071 Nimisha Kumari Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Preparing for JWST with HST/COS spectroscopy of Pox 186: a local analogue of z > 6 galaxies 7
27 GO 16070 Nicola Gentile Fusillo Universita degli Studi di Trieste ITA Exploring evolved planetary systems: three new debris discsHST 12
27 GO 16069 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR TCP J21040470+4631129 - a highly evolved cataclysmic variable unmasked? 4
27 GO 16066 Noel Castro Segura The University of Warwick GBR Tracing accretion disk winds across the electromagnetic spectrum in BHXRBs 9
27 GO 16065 George King University of Michigan USA The irradiation and atmospheric escape of the brightest gaseous super-Earth 5
27 GO 16064 George Pavlov The Pennsylvania State University USA External and internal heating in the old pulsar PSR B0950+08 3
27 GO 16063 Michael Koss Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The First Glimpse of A Candidate Recoiling Black Hole 2
27 GO 16062 Giovanni Miniutti Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Quasi-Periodic Eruptions (QPEs) in GSN 069 2
27 GO 16061 Sergio Campana INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera, Merate ITA The ultimate observing campaign for the Transitional ms X-ray PSRJ1023+0038 2
27 GO 16060 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU Tight surveillance of the exemplary O star zeta Ophiuchi with XMM-Newton and HST 15
27 GO 16054 Nissim Kanekar National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR IND Mapping HI 21cm emission in Green Pea galaxies 6
27 GO 16053 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Tracking short time variability on Jupiter 12
27 GO 16049 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA HST/COS chemical inventory and activity of interstellar object 2I/Borisov 16
27 GO 16048 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies: Understanding the Boundaries of Galaxy Evoution 13
27 GO 16047 Joel Bregman University of Michigan USA A SN Ia Event in a Globular Cluster of a Nearby Galaxy 1
27 GO 16046 Paula Szkody University of Washington USA Understanding the Instability Strip of Accreting Pulsating White Dwarfs: Followup to a Recent COS Result 3
27 GO 16045 Linda Smith Space Telescope Science Institute USA COS observations of a very young massive star cluster in the blue compact dwarf galaxy NGC 5253 8
27 GO 16044 Qicheng Zhang Lowell Observatory USA Polarimetry of New Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov 15
27 GO 16043 Karen Meech University of Hawaii USA Characterization of the second interstellar object 14
27 GO 16042 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Do collapsars make the heavy elements: A sensitive search in a nearby gamma-ray burst? 7
27 GO 16041 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Interstellar Comet C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) 3
27 GO 16040 Bryce Bolin California Institute of Technology USA Constraining the coma volatile content of interstellar comet 2I/Borisov 6
27 GO 16039 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA Characterizing the outstanding super-Earth LTT 1445Ab 14
27 GO 16038 Michael McDonald Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Imaging a Rare Starburst Central Galaxy in a Merging Cluster 2
27 GO 16037 Mauro Stefanon Universitat de Valencia ESP Securing a sample of exceptionally bright z>~9 galaxies to prepare for JWST and probe early galaxy assembly 4
27 GO 16036 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA Mapping Clouds on a Variable Planetary-Mass Companion 15
27 GO 16035 Nicola Gentile Fusillo Universita degli Studi di Trieste ITA Exploring evolved planetary systems: three new gaseous debris discs 14
27 GO 16034 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR Dissecting the evaporating atmosphere of a giant planet in a close orbit around a white dwarf with COS ultraviolet spectroscopy 10
27 GO 16033 Cynthia Froning Southwest Research Institute USA UV Spectroscopy of LTT1445A: Evaluating the Energetic Irradiance on a Nearby Terrestrial Exoplanet 10
27 GO 16003 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Cycles and the Seven Dwarfs 4
27 GO 16002 Paul Sell University of Florida USA The Giant Hiding in Our Backyard: The Nearby Spiral Starburst Galaxy IC 342 7
27 GO 16001 Myriam Gitti Universita di Bologna ITA STUDYING AGN FEEDING AND FEEDBACK IN THE MOST QUENCHED COOL CORE CLUSTER 7
27 GO 16000 Margarita Karovska Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA EVOLUTION OF RECENTLY DISCOVERED SPATIALLY RESOLVED JET/OUTFLOW IN THE SYMBIOTIC MWC 560 4
27 GO 15999 Breanna Binder Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc. USA What is the Mass of the NGC 300 X-1 Black Hole? 8
27 GO 15998 Mark Reynolds The Ohio State University USA Probing Super-Eddington Outflows via Accreting Galactic BeXRBs 1
27 GO 15997 Rebecca Canning University of Portsmouth GBR The growth of supermassive black holes in the first massive structures 8
27 GO 15996 David Pooley Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Transient LMXBs in Globular Clusters 4
27 GO 15995 Preeti Kharb National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR IND The Nature of Jets in Hybrid MOJAVE Blazars 8
27 GO 15994 Elizabeth Blanton Boston University USA A z=1.8 Cluster in the Clusters Occupied by Bent Radio AGN (COBRA) Survey 2
27 GO 15992 Michael Corcoran Catholic University of America USA Eta Carinae: Taking the Plunge 4
27 GO 15991 Travis Metcalfe White Dwarf Research Corporation USA The Deaths of Stellar Dynamos: Digging in the Magnetic Graveyard for Old Cold Coronae 2
27 GO 15990 Vallia Antoniou Texas Tech University USA Determining How X-ray Binary Populations Vary Through Time 9
27 GO 15989 Brian Williams NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA A Tale of Two Remnants: A Comparative Study of the Young Ia SNRs 0509-67.5 and 0519-69.0 3
27 GO 15988 John Ruan Bishop's University CAN Unveiling the Quiescent Accretion State of AGN with Fading Changing-Look Quasars 4
27 GO 15980 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD New insights from gravitational waves combined with electromagnetic light 89
27 GO 15979 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Unpicking the exceptional properties of the first TeV emitting gamma-ray burst 3
27 GO 15978 Quanzhi Ye University of Maryland USA Rising from Ashes or Dying Flash? 289P/Blanpain After Its 2013 Mega Outburst 8
27 GO 15977 Pascal Oesch University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Characterizing the Environment Around The Most Distant Known Galaxy 11
27 GO 15976 Majd Mayyasi Boston University USA Constraining Water Loss from Mars 11
27 GO 15975 Xin Liu University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Host Galaxy Morphologies of Candidate Sub-parsec Binary Supermassive Black Holes: Testing the Merger Hypothesis 10
27 GO 15974 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Unmasking the cow: Distinguishing models for the unique transient AT2018cow 3
27 GO 15973 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Distant Comet C/2017 K2 5
27 GO 15972 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Active Asteroids Target of Opportunity 2
27 GO 15971 Jane Huang Columbia University in the City of New York USA Investigating the origins of large-scale spiral arms around a T Tauri star 4
27 GO 15970 Catherine Grier University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Recalibrating SMBH Scaling Relations with Ultraviolet SEDs of Reverberation-Mapped AGN 13
27 GO 15969 Guangwei Fu The Johns Hopkins University USA Exploring the relation between aerosol formation and temperature with the TESS hot-Neptune HD 219666b 24
27 GO 15968 Matteo Fossati Universita di Milano-Bicocca ITA Paths to quiescence: gaseous feeding, morphology and star-formation histories of galaxies from the HST+MUSE Ultra Deep Field 8
27 GO 15967 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA Constraining the Stellar Astrophysics Powering Cosmic Reionization: Spectral Templates of Extremely Low-metallicity Main-sequence O-stars 49
27 GO 15966 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA What lurks below the Lyman-Limit? Uncovering the unseen ionizing continuum of massive stars 27
27 GO 15965 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA Comet outburst target of opportunity 6
27 GO 15964 Edo Berger Harvard University USA Fine-Tuned Search for Kilonova Emission in a Short Gamma-Ray Burst: Implications for the Progenitors, GW Sources, and r-Process Nucleosynthesis 10
27 GO 15963 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Stellar X-ray Cycles: the Shape of Things to Come 4
27 GO 15961 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Single White Dwarf L145-141 (LAWD 37) through Astrometric Microlensing 4
27 GO 15960 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting Isolated Black Holes through Astrometric Microlensing 4
27 GO 15959 Adi Zitrin Ben Gurion University of the Negev ISR Observations of the JWST/GTO Very Rich Cluster Lens RMJ121218.5+273255.1 5
27 GO 15958 Susanna Vergani Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA A global view of the UV rest-frame properties of a star-forming galaxy at z~6: the absorption lines, the lyman-alpha emission and the continuum. 4
27 GO 15957 David Turnshek University of Pittsburgh USA Imaging the Size of a Quasar BALR with Synthesized HST-ACS-SBC Narrow Passbands 3
27 GO 15956 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Mass determination of an extreme halo M subdwarf through astrometric and photometric microlensing 9
27 GO 15955 Tyler Richey-Yowell Lowell Observatory USA The K Dwarf Advantage: Assessing the Habitability of Planets Orbiting K Stars 73
27 GO 15954 Steven Parsons University of Sheffield GBR The first pulsating white dwarf in an eclipsing binary 5
27 GO 15953 Joel Kastner Rochester Institute of Technology USA Young and Rapidly Evolving: a Panchromatic WFC3 Imaging Study of the Planetary Nebulae NGC 7027 and NGC 6302 11
27 GO 15952 Olivia Jones United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre GBR A first measurement of the global AGB dust production in a metal-rich galaxy 4
27 GO 15951 Terese Hansen Stockholm University SWE Testing r-process nucleosynthesis models with two r-process enhanced stars 17
27 GO 15950 Anthony Gonzalez University of Florida USA 2MASS J13260399+7023462: One of the Most Luminous Quasars in the Universe? 1
27 GO 15949 Michael Gladders University of Chicago USA Lyman Continuum Escape in High Definition 42
27 GO 15948 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Make STIS Great Again! 24
27 GO 15947 Daniel Apai University of Arizona USA Dancing with the Dwarfs: Very High Quality Spatial and Spectral Maps of Hot Jupiters Proxies 39
27 GO 15946 Richard Anderson Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne CHE Towards a 1% local determination of the Hubble constant: quantifying stellar association bias in the supernova-host galaxy M101 4
27 GO 15945 Giacomo Cordoni Australian National University AUS A two orbits proposal to solve the age spread dilemma in young Magellanic Clouds clusters 2
27 GO 15944 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR The Coolest Sample of Brown Dwarf Dynamical Masses 8
27 GO 15942 Tomer Shenar Tel Aviv University ISR Are the most massive stars in the Local Group truly single? 6
27 GO 15941 Daniel Schaerer University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE UV emission line spectra of z~0.3-0.4 Lyman continuum emitters a key reference to uncover the sources of cosmic reionization 42
27 GO 15940 Bruno Ribeiro Digital Transformation CoLab PRT Completing the HST frontier fields legacy with a magnified cosmic noon 48
27 GO 15939 Celine Peroux European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU The stellar populations of gas-rich absorbing galaxies detected with VLT/MUSE and ALMA: the essential link to the baryon cycle 40
27 GO 15938 Burcin Mutlu-Pakdil Dartmouth College USA The NGC253 Satellite Luminosity Function: A Case Study for Low Density Environments 5
27 GO 15937 Guillaume Mahler Universite de Liege BEL Focusing The Next Generation of Extraordinary Cluster Lenses for JWST 9
27 GO 15936 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Flashlights: Many Extremely Magnified Individual Stars as Probes of Dark Matter and Stellar Populations to Redshift z~2 96
27 GO 15935 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA UV diagnostics as barometers for galactic scale AGN outflows 21
27 GO 15934 Leonardo Dos Santos Space Telescope Science Institute USA Far-ultraviolet exploration of nearby young exoplanet-hosting stars 2
27 GO 15933 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA Completing the HST Parallax Legacy: M4 3
27 GO 15932 Martha Boyer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Uncovering the Cause of the Shift in Carbon Star Behaviour at High Metallicity 33
27 GO 15931 Rebecca Bowler University of Manchester GBR Do ultra-luminous star-forming galaxies exist at z ~ 9? 2
27 GO 15930 Charlie Conroy Harvard University USA Cold Dark Matter and the GD-1 Stellar Stream 32
27 GO 15928 Claes Fransson Stockholm University SWE Imaging the transition of SN 1987A to SNR 1987A 4
27 GO 15926 Knicole Colon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Testing the Hypothesis of a Low Metallicity Atmosphere for the Extremely Inflated Sub-Saturn-Mass Planet KELT-11b 9
27 GO 15925 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology USA Complete spectral maps of the Galilean satellites from 200-1000nm: salts, radiolytic cycles, and O2 production 24
27 GO 15924 Johanna Vos University of Dublin, Trinity College IRL A case study for JWST: Disentangling auroral and cloud variability in early L dwarfs 16
27 GO 15923 Simona Vegetti Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU Gravitational lensing by field halos: a clean test of dark matter models 27
27 SNAP 15922 R. Tully University of Hawaii USA Every Known Nearby Galaxy 153
27 GO 15921 Peter Senchyna Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Uncovering Extremely Metal-Poor Massive Stars in Leo A 16
27 GO 15920 Brett Salmon Space Telescope Science Institute USA RELICS: Unveiling the Most Distant Lensed Arc at z~10 6
27 GO 15919 Dominik Riechers Universitat zu Koln DEU Rise of the Titans: Unveiling the Nature of a Binary Hyper-Luminous Starburst at Redshift 6 5
27 GO 15918 Roberto Raddi Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya ESP Accurate physical parameters of an orphan runaway white dwarf 3
27 GO 15917 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Calibrating the Tip of the Red Giant Branch Distance Indicator in the Near-Infrared 8
27 GO 15916 Luca Matra University of Dublin, Trinity College IRL Exocometary gas inventories at the epoch of volatile delivery 24
27 GO 15915 Weizhe Liu University of Arizona USA AGN Feedback in Dwarf Galaxies 17
27 GO 15914 Barbara Lanzoni Universita di Bologna ITA Searching for white dwarfs orbiting BSSs: the fossil evidence of the mass transfer formation process 16
27 GO 15912 Lent Johnson Northwestern University USA Measuring the Star Formation Efficiency of Molecular Clouds in the Small Magellanic Cloud 26
27 GO 15911 Andres del Pino Molina Centro de Estudios de Fisica del Cosmos de Aragon ESP Orbits of Isolated Dwarfs: Local Group Mass and Environmental Quenching 20
27 GO 15910 Emanuele Daddi Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) FRA Galaxy evolution in a massive z=2.91 halo fed by cold accretion 11
27 GO 15909 Benjamin Boizelle Brigham Young University USA Precision Measurement of Black Hole Masses in Early-Type Galaxies from the ALMA Archive 18
27 GO 15908 Stefano Bianchi Universita' degli Studi Roma Tre ITA Probing the inner accretion disk in NGC3147 4
27 GO 15907 John Wisniewski NASA Headquarters USA Time Domain Coronagraphy: Diagnosing the Stripping of AU Mic's Debris Disk 7
27 GO 15906 Andras Gaspar University of Arizona USA Imaging planetary perturbations in the epsilon Eridani debris disk 8
27 GO 15905 Andras Gaspar University of Arizona USA Resolving the Asteroid-belt of the Fomalhaut planetary system 8
27 GO 15904 Brian Wood Naval Research Laboratory USA Spatially Resolving the Winds of Red Giant Stars 8
27 GO 15903 Brian Wood Naval Research Laboratory USA Imaging a Nearby Red Giant Astrosphere 3
27 GO 15902 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA Tracing the 6-D Orbital and Formation History of the Complete M31 Satellite System 244
27 GO 15901 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA The Metallicity Distribution Functions of Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies 43
27 SNAP 15900 Hsiang-Chih Hwang Institute For Advanced Study USA Discovery of Sub-kpc Dual Active Galactic Nuclei from Gaia 150
27 GO 15899 Tzu-Yu Hung University of California - Santa Cruz USA Late-time UV spectroscopy of Tidal Disruption Events with HST 11
27 GO 15898 Jay Farihi University College London GBR Planetary Pollution from the Habitable Zone of a White Dwarf 4
27 GO 15897 Kevin Burdge Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA ZTF J1539+5027: the Shortest Period Eclipsing White Dwarf Binary 10
27 GO 15896 Samantha Brunker Indiana University System USA Escaping Ionizing Radiation in Compact Star-Forming Galaxies: Probing Higher-Mass Systems 25
27 GO 15895 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA High-Speed Bullet Ejections during the AGB to Planetary Nebula Transition: A Study of the Carbon Star V Hydrae 4
27 GO 15894 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Building an astrometric reference frame for tests of General Relativity with stellar orbits at the Galactic center with HST and GAIA 3
27 GO 15893 Ravi Sankrit Space Telescope Science Institute USA Observing Changes in the Primary Shock Front of the Cygnus Loop: An HST 20+ Year Perspective 6
27 GO 15892 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Probing the Jet at the Heart of the Coldest Object in the Universe 4
27 GO 15890 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute USA Supermassive Black Hole Winds in X-rays (SUBWAYS): Building the HST Line with FUV Spectroscopy 27
27 GO 15889 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Supernovae in the Infrared avec Hubble 51
27 GO 15887 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Nature and Origin of Compact High-Velocity Clouds 33
27 GO 15886 Wen-fai Fong Northwestern University USA 1000 Days of GW170817: A Deep Multi-Band View of the First Neutron Star Merger with HST 13
27 GO 15885 David Bowen Princeton University USA Skewered: A Census of the Circumgalactic Medium of NGC 4565 from 13 QSO Sightlines Within its Virial Radius 24
27 GO 15884 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Confirmation of an Astrometrically Detected Exoplanet Candidate Orbiting the closest Brown Dwarfs 2
27 GO 15883 Tim Schrabback Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT Robust and efficient HST weak lensing mass measurements for high-z clusters: A pilot study targeting the most-massive SZ cluster known at z>1 4
27 GO 15882 Nissim Kanekar National Centre for Radio Astrophysics, TIFR IND The Nature of the Host Galaxies of High- Redshift Damped Lyman-alpha Absorbers 4
27 GO 15881 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA Ultra-Deep HST/COS Spectroscopy of Extremely Metal-Poor Galaxies 10
27 GO 15880 Julia Roman-Duval Space Telescope Science Institute USA METAL-Z: Metal Evolution, Transport, and Abundance at Low Metallicity (Z) 77
27 SNAP 15879 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A Measurement of the Gaia Offset to Build a Superior Distance Ladder and Resolve the Origin of the Hubble Tension 80
27 GO 15878 Jason Prochaska University of California - Santa Cruz USA Uncovering the birthplace of FRBs 6
27 GO 15877 Emily Levesque University of Washington USA A Complete Inventory of the Fireworks Galaxy's O-Type Stars 42
27 GO 15876 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Ultra-Rapid UV Spectroscopy of an Interacting Supernova Discovered by TESS 19
27 GO 15874 Kristine Spekkens Royal Military College of Canada CAN Ultra-Diffuse Galaxy Formation through Interactions 4
27 GO 15873 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Focus on Betelgeuse 12
27 GO 15872 Charles Steinhardt University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK Understanding an Extreme QSO: The Curious Case of SDSS 0956+5128 3
27 GO 15871 Ken Shen University of California - Berkeley USA UV properties of the first known surviving companions of Type Ia supernovae 6
27 GO 15870 Joachim Saur Universitat zu Koeln DEU Search for UV aurora from the Brown Dwarf 2MASS J1237+6526 5
27 GO 15869 Geraldine Peters University of Southern California USA The Galactic Abundance Gradient for the Fe Group Elements in Early B Stars 26
27 GO 15868 Pippa Molyneux Southwest Research Institute USA Constraining the UV-absorbing material on Jupiter's icy moons through comparative reflectance spectroscopy 4
27 SNAP 15867 Xiaosheng Huang University of San Francisco USA Confirming Strong Galaxy Gravitational Lenses in the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys 112
27 GO 15866 Stephanie Ho New Mexico State University USA The Angular Momentum of the Warm-Hot Circumgalactic Medium 25
27 GO 15865 Alaina Henry Space Telescope Science Institute USA Mg II Emission: A new Tracer for Lyman Alpha and Lyman Continuum 19
27 GO 15864 Goetz Graefener Universitat Bonn, Argelander Institute for Astronomy DEU Is the Type Ic supernova progenitor WS35 a white dwarf merger product? 10
27 GO 15863 Sebastian Gomez Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV to NIR Study of the the First Robust Pulsational or Pair Instability Supernova and its Low Metallicity Environment 4
27 GO 15862 Steven Finkelstein University of Texas at Austin USA Confirmation of a Large, Robust Sample of z=9-10 Galaxies in the CANDELS Fields 14
27 GO 15861 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Cepheid Masses: STIS and Gaia Discovery Space 10
27 GO 15860 Bruce Elmegreen IBM T.J. Watson Research Center USA Accretion-Triggered Starbursts in Tadpole Galaxies 16
27 GO 15859 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Traveling across the valley: comparative exoplanetology in the GJ 9827 system 10
27 GO 15858 Paul Bennet Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Satellite Luminosity Function of M101 into the Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy Regime 4
27 GO 15857 Andrea Bellini Space Telescope Science Institute USA Internal Kinematics of Outer Fields in Globular Clusters: The Last Piece of the Multi-Population Puzzle 39
27 GO 15856 Thomas Barclay NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Searching for Secondary Atmospheres in a System of Benchmark Worlds 28
27 GO 15855 Jennifer Andrews NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A new low-metallicity LBV in M33: Is it a blue straggler? 2
27 GO 15854 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A Comprehensive UV Study of the White Dwarf with A Disintegrating Asteroid 9
27 GO 15853 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA Did SN 2017ein Arise From A Very Massive Star? 2
27 GO 15852 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Testing IMF variation in elliptical galaxies using chromospheric activity of M dwarfs 8
27 GO 15851 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Deep imaging and a TRGB distance for the dark matter deficient galaxy NGC1052-DF2 38
27 GO 15850 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA An accurate age for the enigmatic galaxy NGC1052-DF2 3
27 GO 15849 Yue Shen University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Host galaxy properties of z~0.5 AGN with direct reverberation mapping black hole masses 56
27 GO 15848 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Confirming the Europa torus 8
27 GO 15846 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA He II Emission from Wolf-Rayet Stars: a New Dust Attenuation Measure in Star-forming Galaxies 14
27 GO 15845 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Deciphering Cosmic Reionization with Mg II Emission: Uncovering the most Promising Tracer of LyC Escape for JWST 30
27 GO 15844 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Monsters in the making: extreme cluster mergers at z>0.5 29
27 SNAP 15843 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Beyond MACS: A Snapshot Survey of the Most Massive Clusters of Galaxies at z=0.5-1 169
27 GO 15842 Dan Coe Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Unprecedented Spatial Resolution in a Strongly Magnified z ~ 6 Galaxy 9
27 GO 15840 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA The COS Legacy Archive Spectroscopic SurveY (CLASSY): A UV Treasury of Star-Forming Galaxies 133
27 GO 15839 Odette Toloza Castillo Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria CHL Mapping the distribution of the planetary debris accreted across the surface of the white dwarf G29-38 35
27 GO 15838 Jessica Spake California Institute of Technology USA How hot is the inside of a young planet? 16
27 GO 15837 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU The HST follows galactic influencers: a COS UV survey of the most massive O-stars in the SMC 18
27 GO 15836 Elisabeth Newton Dartmouth College USA A deep look into the atmosphere of an exoplanet around a pre-main sequence star 29
27 GO 15835 Sowgat Muzahid Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics IND Near-Ultraviolet Follow-up of the X-ray-detected Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium Toward 1ES 1553+113 4
27 GO 15834 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA UV Spectroscopic Signatures from Type Ibn Supernovae Strongly Interacting with a Circumstellar Medium 6
27 GO 15833 Matthew Darnley Liverpool John Moores University GBR Recurrent Nova M31N 2008-12a: Neon and Jets - Determining the ultimate fate of a Chandrasekhar mass white dwarf 17
27 SNAP 15832 Luciana Bianchi The Johns Hopkins University USA How do stars become white dwarfs? 112
27 GO 15831 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Measuring the Stellar Populations In a Strongly Lensed X-ray Emitting Dwarf Starburst at Cosmic Noon 4
27 GO 15830 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA A Planet is Born: Investigating the Accretion Process of PDS70b with WFC3/UVIS Direct Imaging Observations 18
27 GO 15829 Jinyi Yang University of Arizona USA Probing Black Hole/Galaxy Co-Evolution at Cosmic Dawn in High Definition with a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar 9
27 GO 15828 Aida Wofford Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Obs. Astron. Nac. MEX Essential observations of the stellar and nebular He II emission in two extreme metal-poor starbursts. 6
27 GO 15827 Giacomo Venturi Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa ITA First-time direct imaging of newborn stars within a galactic outflow 4
27 GO 15826 Erik Tollerud Space Telescope Science Institute USA COS-SAGA: The Circumgalactic Medium of Nearby Milky Way Analogs and their Satellites 19
27 GO 15825 David Soderblom Space Telescope Science Institute USA The evolving magnetic lives of young Suns 10
27 GO 15824 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA UV spectroscopy of He stars: the elusive stripped-envelope supernova progenitors 10
27 GO 15823 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA Proper Motions and UV Spectroscopy of the MgII nebula around Eta Carinae 6
27 GO 15822 Andreas Sander Astronomisches Rechen-Institut Heidelberg DEU Anchoring mass-loss and metallicity for the WR population in M31 - A prototype study 15
27 SNAP 15821 Simon Porter Southwest Research Institute USA A Search for Centaur and Scattered Disk Binaries within 30 AU 37
27 GO 15820 Lorenzo Pino INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri ITA Measuring the first [Fe/H] of an exoplanet 6
27 GO 15819 Jenny Patience Arizona State University USA Determining Benchmark Precision Abundances for Ultracool Companions 20
27 GO 15818 Dan Milisavljevic Purdue University USA The Center of Expansion and Age of Supernova Remnant N132D 3
27 GO 15817 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA The chemical diversity of planetary cores 2
27 GO 15816 Jesus Maiz Apellaniz Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP CALSPEC+: Extending the HST spectrophotometric library to provide the best calibration possible for Gaia and JWST 10
27 GO 15815 Jesus Maiz Apellaniz Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Resolving massive binaries with STIS 20
27 GO 15814 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS Atmospheric characterization of two temperate mini-Neptunes formed in the same protoplanetary nebula 26
27 GO 15813 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS Seeing in 3D: Unlocking the dynamical properties of a canonical exoplanet 60
27 GO 15812 Kris Davidson University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA \`\`Last Call!'' Eta Carinae's Spectroscopic Event in 2020 8
27 GO 15811 Caitlin Casey University of Texas at Austin USA Rest-frame UV/optical Morphologies of Obscured Radio Starbursts: Comparing Obscured and Unobscured Star-Formation on kpc Scales 10
27 AR 15810 Rogier Windhorst Arizona State University USA SKY-SURF: Panchromatic constraints on the Extragalactic Background Light and Zodical Light sources through all-sky foreground measurements unknown
27 AR 15809 Andrew Wetzel University of California - Davis USA Probing the epoch of reionization with the fossil record of nearby dwarf galaxies unknown
27 AR 15808 Justin Pierel Space Telescope Science Institute USA SALT3: Taking the Type Ia Supernova Cosmology Workhorse to Longer Wavelengths unknown
27 AR 15807 Adam Ritchey Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Improved Constraints on Grain Growth from a Survey of Phosphorus and Chlorine Depletions in the Diffuse ISM unknown
27 AR 15806 Zhijie Qu University of Chicago USA The Rotation, Accretion, and Mass of the Milky Way Warm Gas Disk and CGM unknown
27 AR 15805 Caroline Morley University of Texas at Austin USA Can Dust in Outflows Obscure Exoplanet Transmission Spectra? unknown
27 AR 15804 Takahiro Morishita California Institute of Technology USA Constraining the QSO Luminosity Function at z~8 by using the HST Legacy Survey Data unknown
27 AR 15803 R. O. Loyd Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Constraining CME Masses on the Active K Star and Planet Host Epsilon Eridani unknown
27 AR 15802 Jeyhan Kartaltepe Rochester Institute of Technology USA Toward a Robust Method for Identifying Merger Signatures in Deep Hubble Images unknown
27 AR 15801 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Fragmentation of C/Hyakutake unknown
27 AR 15800 Cameron Hummels California Institute of Technology USA A subgrid model for simulating the unresolved microphysics in the circumgalactic medium unknown
27 AR 15799 Svea Hernandez Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Pushing the limits of COS: Working towards an optimized background correction unknown
27 AR 15798 Yicheng Guo University of Missouri - Columbia USA UV Light Reveals the Life of Giant Star-forming Clumps unknown
27 AR 15797 Max Gronke Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU The Transport and Growth of Cold Gas from Galactic Winds into the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
27 AR 15796 Ehsan Gharib Nezhad NASA Ames Research Center USA Composition Dependent Molecular Opacity Database for High-Metallicity Exoplanet Atmospheres unknown
27 AR 15795 David French Space Telescope Science Institute USA Self-Consistent Metallicities in the Galactic Halo unknown
27 AR 15794 Christiana Erba East Tennessee State University USA Quantitative Modeling of the Ultraviolet Spectra of Magnetic Massive Stars unknown
27 AR 15793 Aaron Dotter Dartmouth College USA The Red Giant Branch Temperature Scale: A Fundamental Issue in the Study of Stellar Populations unknown
27 AR 15792 Hugh Dickinson Open University GBR Cloud Exploration: A new tool for measuring galaxy substructures and a comprehensive census of giant star-forming clumps. unknown
27 AR 15791 Wenlei Chen Oklahoma State University Main Campus USA Transient Detection for the 21st Century: Finding Faint Lensed Transients in Archival Hubble Galaxy-Cluster Imaging unknown
27 AR 15790 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA CosmoVis: A Unified Framework for Exploring Hydrodynamic Simulation Datasets to Analyze Intergalactic and Circumgalactic Media unknown
27 AR 15789 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology USA Complete spectral maps of the Galilean satellites from 200-1000nm: salts, radiolytic cycles, and O2 production unknown
27 AR 15788 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Rotating Starspots in Archival WFC3 Out-of-Transit Spectra unknown
27 AR 15787 Robert Barrows University of Colorado at Boulder USA Detecting Stellar Counterparts of Hyperluminous X-ray Sources with HST unknown
27 AR 15786 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA Are quasar outflows a major contributor to AGN feedback? HST/COS to the rescue unknown
26 SNAP 16025 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Snapshot Survey of the Globular Cluster Populations of Isolated Early Type Galaxies 46
26 SNAP 16024 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Continuing a Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae: Cycles 25 & 26 25
26 SNAP 16019 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The counterparts and environments of magnetars 16
26 SNAP 16018 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Centaurs and Activity Beyond the Water Sublimation Zone 18
26 SNAP 16017 Michael Gladders University of Chicago USA Building the SPT-HST Legacy: Imaging Massive Clusters to z=1.5 178
26 SNAP 16016 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA Unveiling Quasar Fueling through a Public Snapshot Survey of Quasar Host Environments 64
26 SNAP 16015 Lucia Marchetti University of Cape Town ZAF SNAPshot observations of the largest sample of lensed candidates in the Equatorial and Southern Sky identified with Herschel 88
26 SNAP 16014 Vardha Bennert Cal Poly Corporation, Sponsored Programs Department USA A Local Baseline of the Black Hole Mass - Host Galaxy Scaling Relations for Active Galaxies 18
26 SNAP 16013 Letizia Stanghellini NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Carbon in dusty, compact Galactic planetary nebulae: A study of AGB evolution and recycling in the Milky Way 48
26 SNAP 16012 Marcel Agueros Columbia University in the City of New York USA A UV spectroscopic snapshot survey of low-mass stars in the Hyades 36
26 SNAP 16011 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR Extreme evolved solar systems (EESS) 62
26 GO 15709 Matt Nicholl The Queen's University of Belfast GBR An extreme interacting supernova from a very massive star: probing the immediate and galaxy-scale environment of a new pair-instability candidate 2
26 GO 15708 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Unpicking the exceptional properties of the first TeV emitting gamma-ray burst 3
26 GO 15707 Knud Jahnke Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Is the z=6.3 QSO PSOJ083+11 an accretion monster or gravitationally lensed? 4
26 GO 15706 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Causes of activity in newly discovered active asteroids P/2019 A4 and P/2019 A7 6
26 GO 15705 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Single White Dwarf L145-141 (LAWD 37) through Astrometric Microlensing 3
26 GO 15704 Hannah Diamond-Lowe Technical University of Denmark-DTU Space DNK A First Opportunity to Test Models of Atmospheric Escape for a Terrestrial Exoplanet 10
26 GO 15703 Paula Szkody University of Washington USA Determining the Cooling Curve of the Unique Extreme Amplitude Dwarf Nova V386 Ser Containing an Accreting, Pulsating White Dwarf. 4
26 GO 15702 Takahiro Morishita California Institute of Technology USA Is bright galaxy formation different in the epoch of reionization? Confirmation of the brightest candidates at redshift z>8 4
26 GO 15701 Scott Chapman University of British Columbia CAN The most massive protoclusters at z=4.3-5.8 selected by the South Pole Telescope 10
26 GO 15700 Frederick Bruhweiler American University USA Down the Tube: A 21st Century Study of a Unique Stellar Jet 3
26 GO 15699 Antonio Garcia Munoz CEA, Universite Paris-Saclay FRA Pi Men c: The first confirmed water world? 10
26 GO 15698 Thomas Beatty University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Reconnaissance of the Hottest Neptune-Class Planet Transiting a Bright Parent Star 8
26 GO 15697 Steven Finkelstein University of Texas at Austin USA Photometric Confirmation of the Brightest Known Galaxy Candidate at z > 9 2
26 GO 15696 David Carton Constraints on the physical origins of Lyman-alpha halos at z>4 from giant gravitational arcs 5
26 GO 15695 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA An accurate distance to the controversial low-dark matter galaxy NGC1052-DF4 10
26 GO 15694 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE UV reconnaissance of the evaporating super-Neptune WASP-107b 2
26 GO 15693 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR The late-time NIR light curve of SN 2018gv 4
26 GO 15692 Andreas Faisst California Institute of Technology USA HST imaging for an immediate study of the ISM in z=4.5 galaxies 6
26 GO 15691 Charles Kilpatrick Northwestern University USA The Progenitor of Supernova 2017ein 2
26 GO 15690 Aparna Bhattacharya University of Maryland USA Host Mass and Distance Dependence of Wide Orbit Planets with Near Simultaneous HST and Keck AO Observations 7
26 GO 15676 Bettina Posselt University of Oxford GBR A new adventure of the musketeer PSR B1055-52 1
26 SNAP 15675 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA A New Approach to Following Transients with HST: Rolling Snapshots 4
26 GO 15673 Jelle Kaastra Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Shining light on obscuring outflows in AGN 4
26 GO 15671 Renato Dupke Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Unveiling the Nature of Fossil Groups with XMM-HST II: Reducing Variance 9
26 GO 15670 Hans Boehringer Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics DEU Studying Six Galaxy Clusters to be Used as Gravitational Lense Telescopes 4
26 GO 15669 Elisa Costantini Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Discovering the X-ray Broad Line Region in AGN 2
26 GO 15668 Justin Linford Associated Universities, Inc. USA Monitoring and Imaging Classical Novae 4
26 GO 15667 Farhad Yusef-Zadeh Northwestern University USA VLA & HST Monitoring of Sgr A* in July 2019 with Spitzer and Chandra 8
26 GO 15666 Sanchayeeta Borthakur Arizona State University USA Probing Infall of Cold Gas in an Interacting Galaxy 3
26 GO 15665 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Context Maps of Jupiter in Support of the Juno Mission, and more 12
26 GO 15664 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD New insights from gravitational waves combined with electromagnetic light 1
26 GO 15663 Mohammad Akhshik University of Connecticut USA REsolving QUIEscent Magnified (REQUIEM) Galaxies: Uncovering Formation Pathways via Spatially Resolved Gradients at z=1.6-2.9 60
26 GO 15662 Sylvain Veilleux University of Maryland USA Galactic Winds across the Gas-Rich Merger Sequence 50
26 GO 15661 Michael McDonald Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Testing the Limits of AGN Feedback in Starburst and QSO Central Cluster Galaxies 40
26 GO 15660 Christopher Johns-Krull Rice University USA Testing M Dwarf Mass Loss Across the Fully Convective Boundary 50
26 GO 15659 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation USA The Missing Link in Massive Binary Star Evolution 39
26 GO 15658 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolved Proper Motions of M31 and the M31-M32 Interaction 35
26 GO 15657 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA HD 222925: A unique opportunity to study the full range of nuclei produced by a single r-process event 47
26 GO 15656 Joshua Peek Space Telescope Science Institute USA QuaStar: The first unobscured view of the Milky Way's Circumgalactic Medium 73
26 GO 15655 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA The first high resolution view of the full extent, morphology, and multi-phase nature of radio-loud and quiet AGN feedback with ACS+SBC 39
26 GO 15654 Janice Lee Space Telescope Science Institute USA PHANGS-HST: Linking Stars and Gas throughout the Scales of Star Formation 122
26 GO 15653 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Optical coronagraphic imaging of debris disks newly resolved around young stars 40
26 GO 15652 Tommaso Treu University of California - Los Angeles USA H0, the stellar initial mass function, and other dark matters from a large sample of quadruply imaged quasars 35
26 GO 15651 Meredith MacGregor The Johns Hopkins University USA The Origin and Impact of Flares in the Closest Planetary System- Proxima Centauri 44
26 GO 15650 Yasaman Homayouni The Pennsylvania State University USA Ultraviolet Echoes of Quasar Accretion Disks 40
26 GO 15649 Rupali Chandar University of Toledo USA Clusters, Clumps, Dust and Gas in Extreme Star-Forming Galaxies 38
26 GO 15648 Alex Parker SETI Institute USA The Solar System Origins Legacy Survey 206
26 GO 15647 Harry Teplitz California Institute of Technology USA Ultraviolet Imaging of the Cosmic Assembly Near-infrared Deep Extragalactic Legacy Survey Fields (UVCANDELS) 164
26 GO 15646 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA Massive Stellar Populations at Reionization-Era Metallicities with Ultra-Deep HST/COS Spectroscopy 40
26 GO 15645 David Sand University of Arizona USA The Identification of Failed Supernovae 41
26 GO 15644 Daniel Perley Liverpool John Moores University GBR An Independent View of the z=5 Galaxy Population 45
26 GO 15643 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE The Cosmic Evolution of Circumgalactic Gas and Lyman alpha Halos 55
26 GO 15642 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago USA An Independent Determination of the Hubble Constant 54
26 GO 15641 Andrea Dupree Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Focus on Betelgeuse 12
26 GO 15640 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Search for New Physics Amid the Hubble Constant Tension 110
26 GO 15639 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Lyman continuum leakage in z~0.3 - 0.4 dwarf compact star-forming galaxies with stellar masses < 1.e8 Msun 45
26 GO 15638 Denis Grodent Université de Liège BEL Auroral and magnetospheric context for Juno in situ instruments during Cycle 26 54
26 GO 15637 Marc Rafelski Space Telescope Science Institute USA Exploring the gaseous surroundings of low-mass galaxies with an HST+MUSE Deep Field 90
26 GO 15636 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU What is on the black hole menu? Joint HST/COS and XMM/EPIC spectroscopy of the X-ray binary M33 X-7. 12
26 AR 15635 Allison Youngblood NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Recovering Stellar Lyman alpha and O I Emission Line Profiles from Airglow-Dominated COS Spectra of Cool Dwarf Stars unknown
26 AR 15634 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA A Comprehensive Study of Multiphase Gas in Absorption-Selected Galaxy Halos unknown
26 AR 15633 Andres del Pino Molina Centro de Estudios de Fisica del Cosmos de Aragon ESP The stellar dream team: Combining HST and Gaia to derive precise Proper Motions of resolved stellar populations. unknown
26 AR 15632 Dana Casetti Southern Connecticut State University USA Expanding HST's Astrometry Legacy: A Comprehensive Astrometric Calibration of WFPC2 unknown
26 AR 15631 Peter Behroozi University of Arizona USA Physically Consistent Galaxy Stellar Masses and Star Formation Rates From z=0 to z=10 unknown
26 GO 15630 Nate Bastian Donostia International Physics Center ESP A Full Characterisation of the Multiple Population Properties of Young Globular Clusters 38
26 GO 15629 Laurent Mahy Royal Observatory of Belgium BEL MAssivE STaR Outflows (MAESTRO) 42
26 GO 15628 Beth Biller University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR A search for sub-Jupiter mass companions to young planetary mass brown dwarfs 40
26 GO 15627 Angela Adamo Stockholm University SWE CLUES to galaxy evolution: young star clusters as engines of galactic feedback 60
26 GO 15626 Anne Jaskot Williams College USA The Low-Redshift Lyman Continuum Survey 134
26 GO 15625 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA Composition and physical processes of the inner coma of Comet 46P/Wirtanen 36
26 GO 15618 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Stellar X-ray Cycles: the Shape of Things to Come 4
26 GO 15617 Franz Bauer Space Science Institute USA J1047+0739: X-ray weak/obscured AGN or extreme starburst? 8
26 GO 15616 Jeroen Homan Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Transient LMXBs in Globular Clusters 2
26 GO 15615 Paul Sell University of Florida USA Using Star Formation in NGC 2276 as an X-ray Binary Chronometer 5
26 GO 15614 Sangeeta Malhotra NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Black Holes in Green Peas? 9
26 GO 15613 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Astrophysics of the Most Energetic Gamma-Ray Bursts 11
26 GO 15612 Mirko Krumpe Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU X-ray and UV monitoring of the extraordinary changing-look AGN Mrk 1018 6
26 GO 15611 Michael Corcoran Catholic University of America USA Eta Carinae: X-ray Emission Line Diagnostics On the Approach to Periastron Passage 4
26 GO 15610 Scott Randall Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Probing Dark Matter and ICM Physics with Observations of the Dissociative Merging Cluster CIZA J0107.7+5408 6
26 GO 15609 Giuseppina Fabbiano Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Feedback in the Molecular Disk of the Radio-Loud Seyfert Galaxy IC 5063 2
26 GO 15608 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Characterizing the most X-ray luminous galaxy clusters at z=0.5-1 11
26 GO 15607 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA Testing Mid-Infrared AGN Selection in Dwarf Galaxies with Chandra and HST 7
26 GO 15606 Raffaella Margutti University of California - Berkeley USA Late-time monitoring of GW170817 across the electromagnetic spectrum 6
26 GO 15518 Nao Suzuki Florida State University USA Perfect Blackbody Spectra for JWST and Next Generation UV-Opt-IR Standard Star Network 14
26 GO 15517 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Continued Long-Term Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of a Tidal Disruption Event at only 90 Mpc 8
26 GO 15515 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA An HST Survey of Cassiopeia A's Reverse Shock, High-Velocity Ejecta, and Shocked Clouds of Pre-SN Mass Loss 9
26 GO 15514 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The primordial binary fraction in the young massive cluster Westerlund 2 12
26 GO 15513 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting Isolated Black Holes through Astrometric Microlensing 8
26 GO 15512 Julian Alvarado Gomez Leibniz Instute for Astrophysics Potsdam DEU Weaving the history of the solar wind with magnetic field lines 3
26 GO 15511 Nicolas Grosso CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Measurement of the Expansion Proper Motions of the Ou4 Giant Bipolar Outflow to Determine its Distance and its True Nature 2
26 GO 15510 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR r-process kilonovae, short-duration GRBs, and EM counterparts to gravitational wave sources 12
26 GO 15508 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR The Coolest Sample of Brown Dwarf Dynamical Masses 8
26 GO 15507 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Proper Motions of the Crater-Leo Group: Testing the Group Infall Scenario 11
26 GO 15506 Tiffany Meshkat California Institute of Technology USA Measuring the structure of Fomalhaut's dusty debris belt via a fortuitous stellar occultation 1
26 GO 15505 Anne Verbiscer The University of Virginia USA The Pluto System in the Post-New Horizons Era: Opposition Effects, Rotations, and Orbital Stability 13
26 GO 15504 Cristina Thomas Northern Arizona University USA UV Spectroscopy of Lucy Mission Targets 2
26 GO 15503 Claes Fransson Stockholm University SWE Imaging the transition of SN 1987A to SNR 1987A 2
26 GO 15501 Glenn Schneider University of Arizona USA An Extinction Probe Through the HD 107146 Debris Ring: Taking Unique Advantage of a Background Galaxy Transit 10
26 GO 15500 Alex Parker SETI Institute USA The Moons of Kuiper Belt Dwarf Planets Makemake and 2007 OR10 6
26 GO 15499 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Mystery of ASASSN-15lh 3
26 GO 15498 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Building an astrometric reference frame for tests of General Relativity with stellar orbits at the Galactic center with HST and GAIA 3
26 GO 15497 Maxwell Millar-Blanchaer University of California - Santa Barbara USA Resolving the late planet formation stages around young M-stars 3
26 GO 15496 Peter Blanchard Northwestern University USA Constraining the Late-Time Light Curve Behavior of Three Diverse Superluminous Supernovae 3
26 GO 15495 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA An HST proper-motion and spectral study of the optical jet in 4C +00.58 1
26 GO 15494 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA Actively Disintegrating Astroids around a White Dwarf 12
26 GO 15493 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Astrometry of 2014MU69 for New Horizons encounter 1
26 GO 15492 J. Kavelaars National Research Council of Canada CAN Enabling physical studeis of the Kuiper belt via HST tracking observations of close fly-by targets for the New Horizons spacecraft. 1
26 GO 15491 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The end of the White Dwarf Cooling Sequence of NGC 6752 40
26 GO 15490 Erich Karkoschka University of Arizona USA Titan at Opposite Seasons Using STIS Image Cubes 1
25 GO 15482 Joseph Lyman The University of Warwick GBR Unveiling the nature of GW170817 through late-time observations: A normal short GRB viewed off-axis or a unique event? 10
25 GO 15481 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU The orbital evolution of binary main-belt comet 288P/300163 5
25 GO 15480 Bernd Husemann Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU A cosmic dance at high redshift - Resolving the host galaxies of a 20kpc separation dual AGN system at z=3.3 with WFC3/IR 4
25 GO 15479 Flavien Kiefer Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA Simultaneous detection of Mg, C and O in the variable spectrum of Beta Pictoris to trace dust and ices in exocomets 4
25 GO 15478 Martin Cordiner Catholic University of America USA Resolving a possible problem with the interstellar C60+ assignment 5
25 GO 15477 Russell Smith Durham Univ. GBR A low-redshift strong-lensing elliptical galaxy with a bright source: A unique test for IMF gradients 2
25 GO 15476 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA The Formation History of Milky Way Satellite Canes Venatici I 8
25 GO 15475 Hooshang Nayyeri University of California - Irvine USA Constraining the Stellar Mass and Mode of Star-formation in an Extremely Starbursting Lensed Sub-millimeter Galaxy During Peak Epoch of Star-formation 2
25 GO 15474 Matthew Hoskin The University of Warwick GBR Water Delivery in Extrasolar Systems: Accretion of Water-Rich Debris onto a Spectacularly Polluted White Dwarf 5
25 GO 15473 Jonathan Fraine Space Science Institute USA WFC3-UVIS Eclipse Observation of WASP-43b: Helping James Webb See Through the Clouds 4
25 GO 15472 Aaron Evans The University of Virginia USA Star Cluster Formation and Evolution in Luminous Galaxy Mergers: A Joint JWST-HST Investigation 10
25 GO 15471 Matthew Malkan University of California - Los Angeles USA The Extreme Starbursts that Re-ionized the Universe: Definitive Spectroscopic Detections of Escaping Lyman Limit Photons 6
25 GO 15470 Claudia Scarlata University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA SXDF308: challenging the Case-B assumption in Extreme Emission Line Galaxies 5
25 GO 15469 Nikolay Nikolov Space Telescope Science Institute USA Characterizing a new prototype Saturn-mass exoplanet with the clearest atmosphere yet 10
25 GO 15468 Jacqueline Faherty American Museum of Natural History USA Backyard Worlds 5
25 GO 15467 Dawn Erb University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee USA The Brightest Lens in the Sky: Stellar Populations on ~50 pc Scales at the Peak Epoch of Star Formation 3
25 GO 15466 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA A precise measurement of the mass distribution of the massive cluster lens eMACSJ1341.9-2442 5
25 GO 15465 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Resolving Extreme High-Ionization UV Emission-Line Diagnostics in Preparation for JWST 8
25 GO 15464 Arianna Long University of Washington USA Resolving the Stellar Histories of Herschel-Red Dusty Star Forming Galaxies at z~4 8
25 GO 15463 Allison Youngblood NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Benchmark Multi-Wavelength Flare Spectra of M Dwarfs 10
25 GO 15462 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Super-DLA in our Galactic Backyard 6
25 GO 15461 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA The detailed elemental composition of an exo-Pluto 7
25 GO 15460 Scott Sheppard Carnegie Institution of Washington USA The Orbit of the Newly Discovered Satellite around the Dwarf Planet 2013 FY27 4
25 GO 15443 Renato Dupke Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Unveiling the Nature of Fossil Groups of Galaxies with XMM-Newton-HST 3
25 GO 15442 Giovanni Miniutti Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP GSN 069: a recent AGN re-activation or a long-lasting Tidal Disruption Event ? 3
25 GO 15441 Dacheng Lin Northeastern University USA Follow-up Observation of a Hyperluminous Intermediate-mass Black Hole Candidate 1
25 GO 15440 Mirko Krumpe Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU X-ray and UV monitoring of the extraordinary changing-look AGN Mrk 1018 4
25 GO 15439 Norbert Schartel European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD Catching AGN in Deep Minimum States to Unveil Their Core Environment 2
25 GO 15438 Jennifer Sokoloski Columbia University in the City of New York USA Gamma-ray Quiet Novae: What Sets the Gamma-Ray Luminosity of Novae? 3
25 GO 15437 Evan Rich University of Michigan USA Linking the Jet, Inner Disk, and Outer Disk of HD 163296 8
25 GO 15436 Katherine Suess University of Colorado at Boulder USA Understanding the Origin of Large Gas Reservoirs in Recently-Quenched Galaxies 3
25 GO 15435 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA The sub-kiloparsec comparison of stellar clumps and molecular gas within the spiral arms of a high-redshift galaxy 4
25 GO 15434 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA Searching for Atmospheric Loss Signatures In the Newly Discovered Super-Earth GJ9827b 9
25 GO 15433 Daniel Schaerer University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE The first UV emission line spectrum of a strong low-z Lyman continuum leaker - a key to studying the sources of cosmic reionization 8
25 GO 15432 Noel Richardson Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University USA The nature of the current outburst of the Be star HD 6226 2
25 GO 15431 Roberto Raddi Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya ESP GD492: a nearby hypervelocity emissary from a thermonuclear supernova event 5
25 GO 15430 Baptiste Lavie University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Atmopsheric Escape from the Closest Super-Earth at High Spectral Resolution 8
25 GO 15429 Martin Cordiner Catholic University of America USA Is C60+ present in the diffuse interstellar medium? 5
25 GO 15428 Christina Hedges University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Sub-Neptune Atmosphere Characterization in a Multi-Planet System 10
25 GO 15427 James Schombert University of Oregon USA Exploring the Nature of Dark Matter Through Near-IR CMD's of LSB Galaxies 8
25 GO 15426 Denija Crnojevic University of Tampa USA Characterizing the first Ultra-Compact Dwarf with a resolved extended halo 2
25 GO 15425 Katherine de Kleer California Institute of Technology USA Eclipse Observations of Europa's Water Plumes 10
25 GO 15424 William Sparks SETI Institute USA An intensive ultraviolet imaging campaign for Europa's plumes 30
25 GO 15423 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Characterization of Distant Comet C/2017 K2 3
25 GO 15422 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Anchoring C/O with an Extremely Metal Deficient Galaxy 3
25 GO 15421 Tony Farnham University of Maryland USA The Nucleus of comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresak 10
25 GO 15420 Chiara Spiniello University of Oxford GBR The first compact massive lens galaxy in the Kilo Degree Survey 2
25 GO 15419 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Abundance, composition, and variability of Europa's plumes: Pathfinding future habitability investigations 55
25 GO 15418 Haakon Dahle University of Oslo NOR Probing spatially variable Lyman-continuum escape from the brightest lensed galaxy in the universe 3
25 GO 15417 Eric Peng NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Globular clusters and dark matter in the Virgo ultra-diffuse galaxy VLSB-B 1
25 GO 15416 Marc Rafelski Space Telescope Science Institute USA Identifying DLA Host Galaxies: The First Deep Ultraviolet Imaging of a high NHI Damped Lyman-alpha System 8
25 GO 15415 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR One last peek at SN 2015F 4
25 GO 15414 Rohan Naidu Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Confirming Extreme Lyman Continuum Emission in a z=3.27 Star-Forming Galaxy 5
25 GO 15413 Edward Cackett Wayne State University USA Accretion disk reverberation mapping of the high Eddington rate Seyfert 1 Mrk 110 3
25 GO 15412 Paul Strom The University of Warwick GBR Observing the final part of the beta Pic Hill Sphere Transit in the far-UV 6
25 GO 15411 Miguel Perez-Torres Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia (IAA) ESP VLBA monitoring of the extraordinary changing-look quasar Mrk 1018 8
25 GO 15410 Marcel Neeleman Associated Universities, Inc. USA The Nature of the Host Galaxies of Damped Lyman-alpha Absorbers at z~4 4
25 GO 15378 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA The Chandra Strong Lens Sample: Revealing Baryonic Physics In Strong Lensing Selected Clusters 7
25 GO 15377 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Does the Brightest Strongly Lensed Galaxy Contain An AGN? 4
25 GO 15376 Diana Worrall University of Bristol GBR The X-ray-radio morphology anomaly in a high-redshift quasar jet 1
25 GO 15375 Luca Zappacosta INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Do the outflow properties in the most luminous quasars correlate with X-ray radiative output and host dynamical state? 2
25 GO 15372 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA Close encounter with comet 46P/Wirtanen: X-ray tomography of the coma 8
25 GO 15363 Nao Suzuki Florida State University USA SUbaru Supernovae with Hubble Infrared (SUSHI) 70
25 GO 15362 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The primordial binary fraction in the young massive cluster Westerlund 2 13
25 GO 15361 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA The Mysterious High-Velocity Ejecta Jets in Cassiopeia A 4
25 GO 15360 Michal Drahus Uniwersytet Jagiellonski POL Origin and Evolution of the First Known Ultra-Young Asteroid Family and its Doubly-Synchronous Binary Member 10
25 GO 15359 Christopher Manser Imperial College of London GBR A highly dynamical debris disc in an evolved planetary system 2
25 GO 15358 John Biretta Eureka Scientific Inc. USA High-Precision Proper Motions in the M87 Jet 1
25 GO 15357 Quanzhi Ye University of Maryland USA Active Asteroid (3200) Phaethon during its unusually close approach to Earth 2
25 GO 15356 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU Probing HeII Reionization at z>3.5 with Resolved HeII Lyman Alpha Forest Spectra 121
25 GO 15355 Nao Suzuki Florida State University USA Perfect Blackbody Spectra for JWST and Next Generation UV-Opt-IR Standard Star Network 14
25 GO 15354 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The fate of NGC602, an intense region of star-formation in the Wing of the SMC 2
25 GO 15353 Bo Reipurth Planetary Science Institute USA Luminous Herbig-Haro objects from a massive protostar: The unique case of HH 80/81 9
25 GO 15352 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE Lyman alpha and ISM Tomography of Haro 11 12
25 GO 15351 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Continued Long-Term Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of a Tidal Disruption Event at only 90 Mpc 8
25 GO 15350 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Resolved BPT Mapping of Nearby AGN 19
25 GO 15349 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD From the longest GRBs to the brightest supernovae 9
25 SNAP 15348 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The counterparts and environments of magnetars 11
25 GO 15347 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Rapid observations of the first gravitational wave counterparts 8
25 GO 15346 Mansi Kasliwal California Institute of Technology USA Verifying a candidate counterpart to gravitational waves 4
25 SNAP 15344 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Centaurs and Activity Beyond the Water Sublimation Zone 58
25 GO 15343 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Phaethon Near Earth 3
25 GO 15342 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Active Asteroids Target of Opportunity P/2017 S5 2
25 GO 15341 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA Testing a New Method for Finding Leaky Galaxies: Implications for the Epoch of Reionization 13
25 GO 15340 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA The HST-pNFL program: Mapping the Fluorescent Emission of Galactic Outflows 20
25 GO 15339 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA Properties of the Galactic Nuclear Wind at Low Latitudes 22
25 GO 15338 Luca Fossati Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences AUT NUV Transit Spectroscopy of HD189733b: Measuring the Mass-loss and Ionization State of a Prototypical Escaping Atmosphere 15
25 GO 15337 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA An HST Survey of Cassiopeia A's Reverse Shock, High-Velocity Ejecta, and Shocked Clouds of Pre-SN Mass Loss 9
25 GO 15336 Annette Ferguson University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR The Globular Cluster Systems of Local Group Dwarf Galaxies 39
25 GO 15335 Annalisa De Cia European Southern Observatory (ESO) DEU What is the metallicity of the cool ISM in our own Galaxy? 26
25 GO 15334 Nicola Da Rio The University of Virginia USA Towards high accuracy tests on the substellar IMF in young clusters. A survey in NGC 2024. 20
25 GO 15333 Ian Crossfield University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. USA The Atmospheric Diversity of Mini-Neptunes in Multi-planet Systems 125
25 GO 15332 Denija Crnojevic University of Tampa USA Unveiling the extreme nature of the hyper faint galaxy Virgo I 2
25 GO 15331 Stephen Cenko NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Multi-Wavelength Spectroscopy of Tidal Disruption Flares: A Legacy Sample for the LSST Era 70
25 GO 15330 Daniela Calzetti University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA The Emergence of Star Clusters 19
25 GO 15329 Edo Berger Harvard University USA Fine-Tuned Search for Kilonova Emission in a Short Gamma-Ray Burst: Implications for the Progenitors, Advanced LIGO, and r-Process Nucleosynthesis 10
25 GO 15328 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Orbital period and formation process of the exceptional binary asteroid system 288P 5
25 GO 15327 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Procyon: New Candidate for the Dynamo Clinical Trial 4
25 GO 15326 Brian Wood Naval Research Laboratory USA Characterizing the Winds of M Dwarf Stars 36
25 GO 15325 Kenneth Wong University of Tokyo JPN HST Imaging of the Eye of Horus, a Double Source Plane Gravitational Lens 3
25 GO 15324 Tommy Wiklind Catholic University of America USA Imaging the Lenses in the Quintuple Gravitational Lens PMN J0134-0931 3
25 GO 15323 Jonelle Walsh Texas A & M University USA Addressing a Bias in the Galaxies with Black Hole Mass Measurements 25
25 GO 15321 Todd Tripp University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA Direct Constraints on the Temperature and Ionization of Low-Redshift O VI Absorbers from Ultra-High Resolution Spectroscopy of H1821+643 14
25 GO 15320 Tommaso Treu University of California - Los Angeles USA Probing the dark universe with quadruply imaged quasars 26
25 GO 15319 Nathan Secrest United States Naval Observatory USA The HST View of Was 49b: An Overmassive AGN in a Merging Dwarf Galaxy? 3
25 GO 15318 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting Isolated Black Holes through Astrometric Microlensing 8
25 GO 15317 Imants Platais The Johns Hopkins University USA The Low-Mass Stellar Initial Mass Function: Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies Revisited 26
25 GO 15316 Anna Pala ESA-European Space Astronomy Centre ESP Unveiling the mysterious nature of the cataclysmic variable SDSS J153817.35+5123238.0 3
25 GO 15315 Michael McDonald Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Revealing Thermal Instabilities in the Core of the Phoenix Cluster 13
25 GO 15314 Jamie Lomax United States Naval Academy USA High Fidelity Imaging of a Red Supergiant's Circumstellar Material 8
25 GO 15313 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA The AGN Impact on the Circumgalactic Medium of Cen A 29
25 GO 15312 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Monitoring of a Tidal Disruption Eventd 22
25 GO 15311 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Confirming the Formation of a Black Hole 1
25 GO 15310 Christopher Johns-Krull Rice University USA A Survey for Molecular Hydrogen Emission Around Stars Forming Terrestrial Planets 30
25 GO 15309 Fred Hamann University of California - Riverside USA Does the Relativistic X-Ray Outflow Quasar PDS 456 Have the Fastest-Ever UV BAL at ~0.3c? 6
25 GO 15308 Anthony Gonzalez University of Florida USA The HST Frontier Field MACS 1159.5+2223: Flanking Observations for Intracluster Light 6
25 SNAP 15307 Michael Gladders University of Chicago USA Building the SPT-HST Legacy: Imaging Massive Clusters to z=1.5 115
25 GO 15305 Scott Engle Villanova University USA The Secret Lives of Cepheids: Completing the Picture with HST-COS Observations of the Nearest Classical Cepheids, Polaris and delta Cephei 8
25 GO 15304 Julien de Wit Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Collecting the Puzzle Pieces: Completing HST's UV+NIR Survey of the TRAPPIST-1 System ahead of JWST 114
25 GO 15303 Chris D'Andrea University of Pennsylvania USA Revealing the Environmental Dependence in Superluminous Supernovae Diversity 22
25 GO 15302 Michelle Collins University of Surrey GBR Unveiling the formation of Andromeda XIX - a uniquely diffuse Local Group galaxy 16
25 GO 15301 Ludmila Carone Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences AUT Now you see me - the WASP-117b version 11
25 GO 15300 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Ecliptic-poles Stellar Survey (EclipSS) 49
25 GO 15299 Julian Alvarado Gomez Leibniz Instute for Astrophysics Potsdam DEU Weaving the history of the solar wind with magnetic field lines 12
25 GO 15298 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA The first high resolution image of coronal gas in a starbursting cool core cluster 15
25 GO 15297 Tiffany Meshkat California Institute of Technology USA Measuring the structure of Fomalhaut's dusty debris belt via a fortuitous stellar occultation 1
25 GO 15296 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Mapping the Substellar Mass-Luminosity Relation Down to the L/T Transition 8
25 GO 15295 Marie Ygouf Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Revealing the birth environment of circumbinary exoplanets with STIS BAR5 4
25 GO 15294 Gillian Wilson University of California - Riverside USA The GOGREEN Survey: The Relationship between Quenching, Morphological Transformation and Size Growth of Satellite Galaxies 24
25 GO 15293 Nicolas Tejos Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso CHL Pinpointing the cosmic web between massive galaxy clusters 67
25 GO 15290 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Spectacular optical filaments in the X-ray brightest group cool core 5
25 GO 15289 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA Imaging Shock Fronts in the Outer Ejecta of Eta Carinae 2
25 GO 15288 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA How small and how high? Enabling UV exoplanet cloud and exosphere science with WFC3/UVIS 10
25 GO 15287 Alice Shapley University of California - Los Angeles USA The Path Forward for Lyman-Continuum Studies at z~3 87
25 GO 15286 Adam Schneider United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station USA Unobstructed Observations of the Intrinsic Lyman-alpha Emission of Low-mass Stars 14
25 GO 15285 John Raymond Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Instabilities and Turbulence in a Cygnus Loop Shock Front 15
25 GO 15284 Peter Nemeth Astroserver.org HUN Constraining the binary properties of 2M1938+4603 with irradiated stellar atmospheres 3
25 GO 15283 Ruari Mackenzie ETH Zurich CHE Witnessing the assembly of galaxies in an extended gas-rich structure at z~3.25 3
25 GO 15282 Simon Lilly Eidgenossiche Technische Hochschule (ETH) CHE Transport of magnetic fields into the circumgalactic medium 12
25 GO 15281 Steven Kraemer Catholic University of America USA Characterizing Mass Outflows in Palomar Green Quasars: evidence for AGN feedback? 21
25 GO 15280 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA Spatially resolved rest-UV spectroscopy of a prototypical quasar driven superwind at low-z 5
25 SNAP 15279 Sean Johnson University of Michigan USA Unveiling Quasar Fueling through a Public Snapshot Survey of Quasar Host Environments 60
25 GO 15278 Rolf Jansen Arizona State University USA UV-Visible Imaging of the JWST NEP Time-Domain Field: the *best* extragalactic survey field *always* accessible to JWST 36
25 GO 15277 Johnny Greco The Ohio State University USA Weighing Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies: Bridging the environmental gap 20
25 GO 15276 Ariel Goobar Stockholm University SWE The lens and host galaxy of the multiply-imaged gravitationally lensed SNIa iPTF16geu 3
25 GO 15275 Karoline Gilbert Space Telescope Science Institute USA Securing HST's UV Legacy in the Local Volume: Probing Star Formation and the Interstellar Medium in Low Mass Galaxies 58
25 GO 15274 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA Watching Supernovae Explode: The K2 Supernova Experiment 16
25 GO 15273 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA A Star at the Limit? - Direct Mass Measurement of the White Dwarf in Nova Herculis 1991 9
25 GO 15272 Gaston Folatelli Instituto de Astrofisica de La Plata (IALP) ARG The Progenitor of Supernova 2016gkg 2
25 GO 15271 Henry Ferguson Space Telescope Science Institute USA Can Low-Luminosity Galaxies Reionize the Universe? 39
25 GO 15270 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR The Coolest Sample of Brown Dwarf Dynamical Masses 8
25 GO 15269 Jeffrey Cummings The Johns Hopkins University USA Boron in Hyades F Dwarfs - Tracing Deep Into the Li-Be Gap 26
25 GO 15268 Geoffrey Clayton Space Science Institute USA A First Investigation of the UV Extinction Properties of Interstellar Dust in M33 16
25 GO 15267 Rebecca Canning University of Portsmouth GBR HST Grism observations of the highest-z massive galaxy cluster 13
25 GO 15266 Zheng Cai Tsinghua University CHN Imaging the Most Massive Galaxy Overdensities at z=2.2: The Morphology-Density Relation at High Redshift 16
25 GO 15265 John Blakeslee NOIRLab - (AZ) USA MASSIVE+: The Growth Histories of MASSIVE Survey Galaxies from their Globular Cluster Colors 21
25 GO 15264 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA The M Dwarf UV Spectra Irradiating Nearby Transiting Terrestrial Planets 20
25 GO 15263 Misty Bentz Georgia State University Research Foundation USA The Host Galaxy of the Low Mass Black Hole in UGC 06728 2
25 GO 15261 Anne Verbiscer The University of Virginia USA The Pluto System in the Post-New Horizons Era: Opposition Effects, Rotations, and Orbital Stability 13
25 GO 15260 Jonathan Trump University of Connecticut USA Ultraviolet Echoes of Quasar Accretion Disks 32
25 GO 15259 Cristina Thomas Northern Arizona University USA UV Spectroscopy of Lucy Mission Targets 3
25 GO 15258 Chris Mihos Case Western Reserve University USA Galaxies at the Extremes: Ultradiffuse Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster 8
25 GO 15257 Patrick Hartigan Rice University USA Proper Motions, Shear, Mass-Loss Rates and C-Shocks in the HH 7-11 Jet 10
25 GO 15256 Claes Fransson Stockholm University SWE Imaging the transition of SN 1987A to SNR 1987A 4
25 GO 15255 Knicole Colon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The KELT-11b Opportunity: Measuring the Atmospheric Water Abundance for a Sub-Saturn-Mass Planet around a Metal-Rich Star 9
25 GO 15254 Marco Chiaberge Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA The host galaxy of the gravitational wave recoiling black hole candidate 3C186 8
25 GO 15253 Raoul Canameras CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA The nature of ultra-massive lens galaxies 8
25 GO 15252 Matt Nicholl The Queen's University of Belfast GBR Determining the explosion mechanism of a superluminous supernova through the deepest ever late-time study 3
25 GO 15251 Graham Harper University of Colorado at Boulder USA Si I and C I emission from zeta Aurigae (K4 Ib + B5 V): New Generation Diagnostics of Chromospheric Structure 1
25 GO 15250 Fakhri Zahedy University of North Texas USA Resolving the Multiphase ISM of an Elliptical Galaxy at z~0.4 11
25 GO 15249 Ian Wong Space Telescope Science Institute USA An observational test of the dynamical instability hypothesis in the Solar System 7
25 GO 15248 Scott Sheppard Carnegie Institution of Washington USA A Satellite Search of a Newly Discovered Dwarf Planet 1
25 GO 15247 Mischa Schirmer Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Low redshift Lyman-alpha blobs 6
25 GO 15246 Vivien Parmentier Universite Cote d Azur FRA Cloudy Solutions to the Anomalous Emission of HD 80606b 15
25 GO 15245 Christopher O'Dea University of Manitoba CAN The Co-Evolution of Star Formation and Powerful Radio Activity in Galaxies During Radio-Mode Feedback 14
25 GO 15244 Matteo Monelli Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP A challenge to dSph formation models: are the most isolated Local Group dSph galaxies truly old? 32
25 GO 15243 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Leoncino Dwarf: The Lowest Metallicity Star-Forming Galaxy in the Nearby Universe 12
25 SNAP 15242 Lucia Marchetti University of Cape Town ZAF SNAPshot observations of the largest sample of lensed candidates in the Equatorial and Southern Sky identified with Herschel 112
25 GO 15241 Kirsten Larson Space Telescope Science Institute USA Clumpy Star Formation in Local LIRGS 20
25 GO 15239 Yair Krongold Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) MEX Searching for the UV counterpart of the extraordinary X-ray UFO in the NLSy1 IRAS17020+4544 9
25 GO 15238 Adam Kraus University of Texas at Austin USA The IMF to Planetary Masses Across the Milky Way 132
25 GO 15237 Simon Joyce University of Leicester GBR Resolving the discrepancy in the mass determination from the gravitational redshift of Sirius B 1
25 GO 15236 Griffin Hosseinzadeh University of Arizona USA The mystery of a supposed massive star exploding in a brightest cluster galaxy 5
25 GO 15235 William Harris McMaster University CAN The Perseus Cluster: Bridging the Extremes of Stellar Systems 30
25 GO 15234 Graham Harper University of Colorado at Boulder USA Collecting the Missing Piece of the Puzzle: The Wind Temperatures of Arcturus (K2 III) and Aldeberan (K5 III) 10
25 GO 15233 Will Grundy Lowell Observatory USA Density of transneptunian object 229762 2007 UK126 5
25 GO 15232 Francesco Ferraro Universita di Bologna ITA Pushing ahead the frontier of the Globular Cluster dynamics: the 3D view of the velocity space 16
25 GO 15231 Francesco Ferraro Universita di Bologna ITA Searching for fossil fragments of the Galactic bulge formation process 5
25 GO 15230 Roelof de Jong Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU Inner stellar halos of spiral galaxies: accretion or in-situ formation? 23
25 GO 15229 Emanuele Daddi Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) FRA Spectroscopic redshifts and age dating of a first statistical sample of passive galaxies at z~3 17
25 GO 15228 Jeffrey Carlin NOIRLab - Vera C. Rubin Operations (AZ) USA Testing Galaxy Evolution in Unexplored Environments: the First Faint Dwarf Satellites of Local Volume LMC Analogs 4
25 GO 15227 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA Finding the missing metals around the Universe's most prodigious polluters 50
25 GO 15226 Benjamin Boizelle Brigham Young University USA Stellar Luminosity Profiles for Precision Measurements of Black Hole Mass in Early-Type Galaxies 7
25 GO 15225 Stefano Bianchi Universita' degli Studi Roma Tre ITA NGC 3147, a Golden true Type 2 AGN? 1
25 GO 15224 Eduardo Banados Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU The host galaxy and environment of a bright QSO at z=7.54 25
25 GO 15223 Matthew Auger University of Cambridge GBR The Brightest Galaxy-Scale Lens 1
25 GO 15222 Iair Arcavi Tel Aviv University ISR What Type of Star Made the One-of-a-kind Supernova iPTF14hls? 1
25 GO 15221 Glenn Schneider University of Arizona USA An Extinction Probe Through the HD 107146 Debris Ring: Taking Unique Advantage of a Background Galaxy Transit 10
25 GO 15220 Aida Wofford Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Obs. Astron. Nac. MEX Stars and gas in the most metal-deficient galaxies in the Universe. 9
25 GO 15219 John Wisniewski NASA Headquarters USA Super-Keplerian Motions in the AU Mic Circumstellar Debris System 12
25 GO 15218 Elodie Choquet CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Debris Disk Dust Characterization through Spectral Types: Deep Visible-Light Imaging of Nine Systems 39
25 GO 15217 Ewan Douglas University of Arizona USA Imaging the predicted asteroid belt analogue around Epsilon Eridani 8
25 GO 15216 William Blair The Johns Hopkins University USA Characterizing the Supernova Remnant Population of the Fireworks Galaxy, NGC 6946 25
25 SNAP 15215 Vardha Bennert Cal Poly Corporation, Sponsored Programs Department USA A Local Baseline of the Black Hole Mass - Host Galaxy Scaling Relations for Active Galaxies 66
25 GO 15214 Eric Perlman Florida Institute of Technology USA The 3C111 Jet: X-ray Variability, Spectrum & Broadband SED 3
25 SNAP 15211 Letizia Stanghellini NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Carbon in dusty, compact Galactic planetary nebulae: A study of AGB evolution and recycling in the Milky Way 27
25 GO 15210 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU The extremes of protostellar jets: Resolving the hot jet of Sz 102 5
25 GO 15209 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA High-Speed Bullet Ejections during the AGB to Planetary Nebula Transition: A Study of the Carbon Star V Hydrae 4
25 GO 15208 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Star-Formation in Free-Floating Evaporating Gaseous Globules 12
25 GO 15207 Alex Parker SETI Institute USA The Moons of Kuiper Belt Dwarf Planets Makemake and 2007 OR10 12
25 GO 15206 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA Origin of the high velocity gas in NGC 6231 12
25 GO 15205 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Left Behind: A Bound Remnant from a White Dwarf Supernova? 14
25 GO 15204 Hans Guenther Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Testing our scenario of a failed wind for TW Hya 7
25 GO 15203 Cecile Gry CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA First exploration of a single thermal interface between the two dominant phases of the interstellar medium 4
25 GO 15201 Clemence Fontanive Universite de Montreal CAN Looking for the Coldest Atmospheres: a Search for Planetary Mass Companions around T and Y Brown Dwarfs 33
25 GO 15200 Duncan Farrah University of Hawaii USA A case study of an extremely luminous, highly spatially extended starburst only 1.7Gyr after the Big Bang 4
25 GO 15199 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Building an astrometric reference frame for tests of General Relativity with stellar orbits at the Galactic center with HST and GAIA 3
25 GO 15198 Thomas Connor Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA UV Observation of a QSO Sightline Intersecting an X-ray Identified Filament of the Cosmic Web 5
25 GO 15197 Brendan Bowler University of Texas at Austin USA Rotation Periods and Cloud Dynamics of Directly Imaged Exoplanets 18
25 GO 15196 David Bowen Princeton University USA How Do Inflows and Outflows from Galaxies Create Their Inner Circumgalactic Medium? 91
25 GO 15195 David Bowen Princeton University USA The Baryon Reservoirs in Ultra Diffuse Galaxies (UDGs) 23
25 GO 15194 Alessandra Aloisi Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Epoch of the First Star Formation in the Closest Metal-Poor Blue Compact Dwarf Galaxy UGC 4483 18
25 GO 15193 Alessandra Aloisi Space Telescope Science Institute USA Addressing Ionization and Depletion in the ISM of Nearby Star-Forming Galaxies 22
25 GO 15192 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA Whimper of a Bang: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011fe 13
25 GO 15191 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Monitoring an Internal Shock Collision in Action in 3C 264 3
25 GO 15190 Allison Youngblood NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Measuring the Intrinsic Lyman-alpha Profiles of High-Velocity G, K, and M dwarfs 15
25 GO 15189 David Wilson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Post Common Envelope Binaries as probes of M dwarf stellar wind and habitable zone radiation environments 12
25 GO 15187 Vithal Tilvi Arizona State University USA Confirmation of the Most Distant Quasar 8
25 GO 15186 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA Enabling HST UV Exploration of the Low Surface Brightness Universe: A Pilot Study with the WFC3 X Filter Set 17
25 GO 15185 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA Extreme Wolf-Rayet Galaxies with HST/COS: Understanding CIII] Emission in the Reionization Era 14
25 GO 15184 Edward Sion Villanova University USA The SN Ia Candidate T Pyxidis: Is The Accretion Rate Declining? 2
25 GO 15183 David Sand University of Arizona USA An emerging population of stripped, but isolated, stellar systems in the Virgo Cluster 10
25 GO 15182 David Sand University of Arizona USA The Origin of Ultra-Faint Galaxies 24
25 GO 15181 David Rosario Newcastle University GBR AGN Before and After: Towards a balanced view of the connection between circumnuclear gas and nuclear black hole activity 18
25 GO 15180 Jason Prochaska University of California - Santa Cruz USA ELGs in Absorption: Tracing the Cosmic Baryon Cycle from Noon til Dusk 67
25 GO 15179 Ruth Peterson SETI Institute USA Astrophysics Meets Atomic Physics: Fe I Line Identifications and Templates for Old Stellar Populations from Warm and Hot Stellar UV Spectra 52
25 GO 15178 Brunella Nisini INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Probing jets from young embedded sources 16
25 GO 15177 Anna Nierenberg University of California - Merced USA Testing CDM with the WFC3 Grism 18
25 GO 15176 Maxwell Millar-Blanchaer University of California - Santa Barbara USA Resolving the late planet formation stages around young M-stars 6
25 GO 15175 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA An Infrared Imaging Test of the IC/CMB Model for the Unusual Spectrum of AP Librae 2
25 GO 15174 R. O. Loyd Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Investigating an SPI and Measuring Baseline FUV Variability in the GJ 436 Hot-Neptune System 8
25 GO 15173 Jason Kalirai The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Linking Dynamical and Stellar Evolution in the Metal-Poor Globular Cluster M92 5
25 GO 15172 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Validating early stellar encounters as the cause of dynamically hot planetary systems 2
25 GO 15171 Bryan Holler Space Telescope Science Institute USA The rotation period, orbit, and mass of Eris' satellite Dysnomia 6
25 SNAP 15170 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Snapshot Survey of the Globular Cluster Populations of Isolated Early Type Galaxies 29
25 GO 15169 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Resolving Multiple Stellar Populations in G1 12
25 GO 15168 Carol Grady Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The Nature of the Star-Grazing Bodies in a System at the Age of the Late Heavy Bombardment 13
25 GO 15167 Richard French Wellesley College USA Unmasking the Dark Side of Iapetus 6
25 SNAP 15166 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Continuing a Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae: Cycles 25 & 26 40
25 GO 15165 Catherine Espaillat Boston University USA Connecting mass accretion and ejection in pre-main sequence stars 6
25 GO 15164 Hui Dong SETI Institute USA Ultraviolet spectroscopy of the dust extinction in the M31 inner bulge 10
25 GO 15163 Hsiao-Wen Chen University of Chicago USA COS Ultraviolet Baryon Survey (CUBS) 169
25 GO 15162 Peter Blanchard Northwestern University USA Constraining the Late-Time Light Curve Behavior of Three Diverse Superluminous Supernovae 6
25 GO 15161 Kat Barger Texas Christian University USA The fate of infalling gas during its final approach onto the Milky Way disk 7
25 GO 15160 Andrew Baker Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA High-resolution imaging of two lensed dusty star-forming galaxies 2
25 GO 15159 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA Wide Field Coverage for Juno (WFCJ): Jupiter's 2D Wind Field and Cloud Structure 4
25 GO 15158 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Astrometry of 2014MU69 for New Horizons encounter 5
25 GO 15157 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The Primordial Binary Fraction in Trumpler 14: Frequency and Multiplicity Parameters 3
25 GO 15156 Yong Zheng Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute USA Mapping Gas Flows from the Disk to the Circumgalactic Medium 32
25 GO 15155 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA Actively Disintegrating Astroids around a White Dwarf 12
25 GO 15154 Jessica Werk University of Washington USA Tracing Gas Flows from Halo to Disk: Observing the Milky Way's Galactic Fountain 17
25 GO 15153 Dan Watson University of Rochester USA The jets and shocks of NGC 1333: a large WFC3 mosaic of [Fe II] and H I line emission 30
25 GO 15152 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA Finally, the Progenitor of the Type Ib iPTF13bvn 5
25 GO 15151 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA The Stellar Origins of Supernovae 8
25 GO 15150 R. Tully University of Hawaii USA Local Void Reflex: IR TRGB Distances to Obscured Galaxies at the South Supergalactic Pole 12
25 GO 15149 Alex Teachey Academia Sinica, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics TWN Validating the Presence of a Moon Orbiting Kepler-1625b 26
25 GO 15148 Karl Stapelfeldt Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Tracing Interactions of a Protoplanet with its Circumstellar Disk 5
25 GO 15147 Carl Schmidt Boston University USA Extreme Doppler Shifting of Io's Neutral Jets 2
25 GO 15146 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A New Threshold of Precision, 30 micro-arcsecond Parallaxes and Beyond 18
25 GO 15145 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Hubble Constant to 1%: Physics beyond LambdaCDM 168
25 GO 15144 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Deep Search for Satellites Around the Lucy Mission Targets 10
25 GO 15143 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Slow Rotating Trojans: Tidally Synchronized Binaries? 6
25 GO 15142 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Orbit of a Resolved Trojan Binary 5
25 GO 15141 Tom Megeath University of Toledo USA The 6 pc DASH: A WFC3 1.6 micron Survey of the Orion Integral Shaped Filament 14
25 GO 15140 Ragnhild Lunnan Stockholm University SWE Resolving the Connection Between Superluminous Supernovae and Star Formation in Dwarf Galaxies 28
25 GO 15139 Alain Lecavelier des Etangs CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris FRA Metals from deep atmosphere to exosphere in hot-Jupiters 20
25 GO 15138 Daniel Jontof-Hutter University of the Pacific USA The Atmosphere of an Extremely Low Density Super-Earth Mass Planet 26
25 GO 15137 Linhua Jiang Peking University CHN Spectroscopically-Confirmed z > 6 Galaxies with Extremely Blue UV Slopes: Possible Pop III dominated targets for JWST spectroscopy 12
25 GO 15136 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Lyman alpha emission in nearby star-forming galaxies with the lowest metallicities and the highest [OIII]/[OII] ratios 22
25 GO 15135 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS An exoplanet with a stratosphere: seeking the unknown absorber 10
25 GO 15134 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS A global map of thermal inversions for an ultra-hot planet 52
25 GO 15133 Peter Erwin Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik DEU Solving the Mystery of Galaxy Bulges and Bulge Substructure 54
25 SNAP 15132 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Beyond MACS: A Snapshot Survey of the Most Massive Clusters of Galaxies at z>0.5 163
25 GO 15131 Jean-Michel Desert Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD The first near-infrared reflectance spectrum of an exoplanet 20
25 GO 15129 Christopher Burke Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Completing Kepler's Mission to Determine the Frequency of Earth-like Planets 19
25 GO 15128 Alexander Brown University of Colorado at Boulder USA Inner Disk Structure and Transport Mechanisms in the Transitional Disk around T Cha 15
25 GO 15127 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Search for an evaporating ocean on the super-Earth HIP 116454b 15
25 GO 15126 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Resolving the Abundance Discrepancy with HST/COS 13
25 GO 15125 Francesco Belfiore INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri ITA Galactic fireworks: detecting young stars formed in galactic outflows 8
25 GO 15124 Aaron Barth University of California - Irvine USA Measuring the Accretion Disk Size in Mrk 509 using Continuum Reverberation Mapping 2
25 GO 15123 Aaron Barth University of California - Irvine USA Probing the accretion flow and emission-line regions of M81, the nearest broad-lined low-luminosity AGN 8
25 GO 15122 Erich Karkoschka University of Arizona USA Titan at Opposite Seasons Using STIS Image Cubes 1
25 GO 15121 Dennis Zaritsky University of Arizona USA Does Globular Cluster Formation Precede Galaxy Formation? 16
25 GO 15120 Brian Williams NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Measuring the Deceleration of a Supernova Remnant Shock Wave using High-Precision Astrometry 3
25 GO 15119 Jason Wang Northwestern University USA Probing the young circumplanetary environment of Beta Pic b during transit egress 3
25 GO 15118 Benny Trakhtenbrot Tel Aviv University ISR TESTING THE RELEVANCE OF MERGERS AND ENVIROMENT FOR THE FASTEST GROWING BLACK HOLES IN THE MOST INTENSELY STAR FORMING GALAXIES 12
25 GO 15117 Charles Steinhardt University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK BUFFALO 101
25 GO 15116 Linda Smith Space Telescope Science Institute USA Very Massive Stars in the Local Universe 10
25 GO 15115 John Silverman The Johns Hopkins University USA Emergence of the supermassive black hole - galaxy mass relations at z > 1 32
25 GO 15114 Ruben Sanchez-Janssen United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre GBR Star cluster formation in extreme environments: an isolated pair of closely interacting dwarf galaxies 5
25 GO 15113 Abhijit Saha NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Extending the DA white dwarf spectrophotometric network to the Southern Hemisphere 54
25 GO 15112 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU The low-metallicity starburst NGC346: massive-star population and feedback 5
25 GO 15111 Pippa Molyneux Southwest Research Institute USA The UV reflectance of Patroclus: Exploring the surface composition and origins of Jupiter Trojans 6
25 GO 15110 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU A Study of the UV Environment for Three Small Planets Transiting a Nearby M-Dwarf 6
25 GO 15109 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Caught Red-Handed: A Novel Search for the Culprit Behind Thermal Inversions in Exoplanet Atmospheres 5
25 GO 15108 J. Kavelaars National Research Council of Canada CAN Enabling physical studeis of the Kuiper belt via HST tracking observations of close fly-by targets for the New Horizons spacecraft. 4
25 GO 15107 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA The Cluster Population of UGC 2885 12
25 GO 15106 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA The UV attenuation in JWST target VV 191 10
25 GO 15105 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA Dusty Dwarfs Galaxies Occulting A Bright Background Spiral 12
25 GO 15104 Cody Dirks Northwestern University USA Probing CO-dark Gas within the Planck Galactic Cold Clumps 10
25 GO 15103 Stephane De Barros University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Beacons in the dark: using the most distant galaxies to probe cosmic reionization 18
25 GO 15102 Matthew Darnley Liverpool John Moores University GBR The Super-Remnant of the Recurrent Nova M31N 2008-12a - A Signpost to Type Ia Supernovae? 8
25 GO 15101 Haakon Dahle University of Oslo NOR A high-definition study of the brightest lensed galaxy in the universe 14
25 GO 15100 Jeff Cooke Swinburne University of Technology AUS Mapping the escaping ionizing flux of Lyman continuum galaxies 30
25 GO 15099 John Chisholm University of Texas at Austin USA Do galactic outflows shape the stellar mass-metallicity relationship? 24
25 GO 15098 Dolon Bhattacharyya University of Colorado at Boulder USA Calibrating ACS-SBC Using STIS at Lyman Alpha (121.567 nm) 2
25 GO 15097 Dolon Bhattacharyya University of Colorado at Boulder USA Imaging the Extended Hot Hydrogen Exosphere at Mars to Determine the Water Escape Rate 5
25 GO 15096 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The end of the White Dwarf Cooling Sequence of NGC 6752 40
25 GO 15095 Tracy Becker Southwest Research Institute USA Constraining the Surface Composition of Europa with Spatially Resolved Mid-UV Spectra 4
25 GO 15094 Tracy Becker Southwest Research Institute USA Stellar Occultation by Saturn's Rings in the UV 5
25 GO 15093 Jennifer Andrews NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA Dwarfs and Giants: Massive Stars in Little Dwarf Galaxies 18
25 GO 15092 Monique Aller Georgia Southern University Res. & Svc. Foundation, Inc USA Testing Dust Models at Moderate Redshift: Is the z=0.437 DLA toward 3C 196 Rich in Carbonaceous Dust? 6
25 SNAP 15091 Marcel Agueros Columbia University in the City of New York USA A UV spectroscopic snapshot survey of low-mass stars in the Hyades 50
25 GO 15090 Marcel Agueros Columbia University in the City of New York USA A UV spectroscopic survey of periodic M dwarfs in the Hyades 35
25 GO 15089 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identify the signature of neutron star mergers through rapid Hubble observations of a short GRB 4
25 GO 15088 Genoveva Micheva Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU CIII]1909 imaging of three local starbursts 11
25 GO 15087 Sabrina Stierwalt Occidental College USA Star Cluster Populations of Interacting Dwarf Galaxies 20
25 GO 15086 Roberto Soria National Astronomical Observatories of China - NAOC CHN Age and mass of the star cluster around the intermediate-mass black hole HLX-1 7
25 GO 15085 Robert Simcoe Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Galaxies in the Diffuse Baryon Field Approaching Reionization: A Joint Study with JWST, HST, and Large Telescopes 18
25 GO 15084 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA Hot Photons: Measuring the Ionizing Continuum and EUV Emission Lines of Quasars 21
25 GO 15083 Michael Rodruck Randolph-Macon College USA Star Clusters in Tidal Debris: A UV Survey of Stellar Populations, Galaxy Interactions, and Evolution 12
25 GO 15082 Andrew Robinson Rochester Institute of Technology USA Monsters on the move: Confirming gravitational wave recoiling supermassive black hole candidates 5
25 GO 15081 Andrew Robinson Rochester Institute of Technology USA Revealing the circum-nuclear torus: HST imaging of active galaxies observed during a Spitzer reverberation mapping campaign 8
25 GO 15080 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA Is SDSSJ195750.83+340404.4 accreting a planetary core? 2
25 GO 15079 Carlo Manara European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU Spectroscopic characterization of a newly detected young planet right outside a circumbinary transition disk 1
25 GO 15078 Soeren Larsen Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Initial conditions of multiple populations in the dynamically most pristine globular cluster, NGC 2419 9
25 GO 15077 Tucker Jones University of California - Davis USA Accurate Emission Line Diagnostics at High Redshift 15
25 GO 15076 Roberta Humphreys University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA The Recent Mass Loss History of the Red Hypergiant VY CMa 2
25 GO 15075 Jay Howk University of Notre Dame USA The CGM of Massive Galaxies: Where Cold Gas Goes to Die? 45
25 GO 15074 Marianne Heida National Institute for Public Health and the Environment NLD Identifying the donor star of the most extreme ULX pulsar 2
25 SNAP 15073 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR Extreme evolved solar systems (EESS) 78
25 GO 15072 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR The classical nova hibernation scenario: a definitive confirmation 5
25 GO 15071 Cynthia Froning Southwest Research Institute USA The Mega-MUSCLES Treasury Survey: Measurements of the Ultraviolet Spectral Characteristics of Low-mass Exoplanetary Systems 157
25 GO 15070 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA An HST Spectroscopic Study of Protoplanetary Disk Abundances: CO/H2 Conversion Factors and Absolute Abundances for JWST 42
25 GO 15069 Deanne Fisher Swinburne University of Technology AUS The ages and baryonic masses of clumps in turbulent, clumpy disk galaxies 12
25 GO 15068 Jay Farihi University College London GBR A Detailed Study of Rocky Planetary Material in the Hyades 11
25 GO 15067 Kris Davidson University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Eta Carinae's Change of State: The End Game 4
25 GO 15066 Alexandre David-Uraz Howard University USA Mapping the structure and kinematics of NGC 1624-2's giant magnetosphere 8
25 GO 15065 Roger Cohen Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Opening the Window on Galaxy Assembly: Ages and Dynamics of Inner Milky Way Globular Clusters 18
25 GO 15064 Caitlin Casey University of Texas at Austin USA The environments of 6 13
25 GO 15063 Edouard Bernard Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur FRA The elusive old stellar halo of low-mass spirals: RR Lyrae stars in NGC55 16
25 GO 15062 Nate Bastian Donostia International Physics Center ESP Extending the Search for Multiple Populations in Massive Intermediate Age Clusters 8
25 GO 15061 Nate Bastian Donostia International Physics Center ESP Pinpointing the Onset of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters 9
25 AR 15060 Yifan Zhou The University of Virginia USA Unleashing the Charges: An Improved Reduction of Key Exoplanet Datasets and a Tool for Ramp Effect Correction unknown
25 AR 15059 Hassen Yesuf University of California - Santa Cruz USA Interpreting HST UV Spectra of Galactic Winds Using Radiative Transfer of Hydrodynamic Galaxy Simulations in yt unknown
25 AR 15058 Gregory Wirth Ball Aerospace USA What drives the evolution of Luminous Compact Blue Galaxies in Clusters vs. the Field? unknown
25 AR 15057 Andrew Wetzel University of California - Davis USA Understanding the physics of gas stripping and star-formation quenching of the satellite dwarf galaxies in the Local Group unknown
25 AR 15056 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA Measuring the High-Mass IMF in Low-Metallicity Dwarf Galaxies unknown
25 AR 15055 Laura Watkins Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA A Unified Picture of Mass Segregation in Globular Clusters unknown
25 AR 15054 Roeland van der Marel Space Telescope Science Institute USA Getting the sigma in the M_BH - sigma relation right unknown
25 AR 15053 Jan Staff University of the Virgin Islands VIR 3D magneto-hydrodynamic simulations of disk winds from massive protostars unknown
25 AR 15052 Raymond Simons University of Connecticut USA Timing thick disk formation: an indirect census of stellar kinematics to z~2 from legacy Hubble imaging unknown
25 AR 15051 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA A New Test of Copper and Zinc Abundances in Late-Type Stars Using Cu II and Zn II lines in the Near-Ultraviolet unknown
25 AR 15050 Justin Pierel Space Telescope Science Institute USA Turning Gravitationally Lensed Supernovae into Cosmological Probes unknown
25 AR 15049 Adam Ritchey Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Constructing a Phase Diagram for the Interstellar Medium through the Analysis of O I Fine-Structure Excitations unknown
25 AR 15048 Gordon Richards Drexel University USA Application of Independent Component Analysis to Legacy UV Quasar Spectra unknown
25 AR 15047 Megan Reiter Rice University USA Do stellar clusters form fewer binaries? Using moderate separation binaries to distinguish between nature and nurture unknown
25 AR 15046 Thomas Quinn University of Washington USA Cosmic Ray driven outflows and the structure of the CGM unknown
25 AR 15045 Benjamin Oppenheimer University of Colorado at Boulder USA HI and Low Metal Ions at the Intersection of Galaxies and the CGM unknown
25 AR 15044 Jason Nordhaus Rochester Institute of Technology USA Unveiling hidden companions in post-AGB stars: 3D simulations of evolved star binaries unknown
25 AR 15043 Desika Narayanan University of Florida USA Modeling Dust Attenuation Laws in Galaxies with Cosmological Zoom Simulations unknown
25 AR 15042 Jeremiah Murphy Florida State University USA Constraining Core-collapse Supernova Theory Predictions with 400 Progenitor Masses unknown
25 AR 15041 Brian Metzger Columbia University in the City of New York USA The Role of Shocks in the Appearance and Aftermath of Stellar Mergers and Type IIn Supernovae unknown
25 AR 15040 Daniel McIntosh University of Missouri - Kansas City USA Mining CANDELS for Tidal Features to Measure Major Merging at Cosmic High Noon unknown
25 AR 15039 Michael McCourt University of California - Santa Barbara USA Towards an Understanding of the Origin of OVI in the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
25 AR 15038 Jeffrey Linsky University of Colorado at Boulder USA Model Atmospheres and Spectral Irradiance Library of the Exoplanet Host Stars Observed in the MUSCLES Survey unknown
25 AR 15037 Aigen Li University of Missouri - Columbia USA Unifying the Interstellar Extinction and Elemental Abundances: A Comprehensive Study of the Dust Properties in Individual Interstellar Sight Lines unknown
25 AR 15036 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA A New Probe of Dust Attenuation in Star-Forming Galaxies unknown
25 AR 15035 Karen Leighly University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA What's in the Wind? Determining the Properties of Outflowing Gas in Powerful Broad Absorption Line Quasars unknown
25 AR 15034 Marie Wingyee Lau University of California - Riverside USA Observing AGN Feedback Down-the-Barrel Using Associated Absorbers at z <~ 1.5 unknown
25 AR 15033 Tae-Sun Kim University of Wisconsin - Madison USA A COS archival survey for proximate absorbers at z~z(em) in AGN spectra at z<0.4 unknown
25 AR 15032 Vikram Khaire University of California - Santa Barbara USA Filling the Void: A Comprehensive Survey of the Intergalactic Medium at z~1 Using STIS/COS Archival Spectra unknown
25 AR 15031 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Disintegrating Comet 73P unknown
25 AR 15030 Myoungwon Jeon Kyung Hee University KOR The Role of Environment in the SFHs and Gaseous Evolution of Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies across Cosmic Time unknown
25 AR 15029 Edward Jenkins Princeton University USA An Archival Study of Atomic Constituents in Four Edge-on Debris Disk Systems unknown
25 AR 15028 Jason Jaacks University of Texas at Austin USA Simulating pre-galactic metal enrichment for JWST deep-field observations unknown
25 AR 15027 Garth Illingworth University of California - Santa Cruz USA Completing the Legacy of Hubble's Wide/Deep Fields: An Aligned Complete Dataset of 1220 Orbits on the GOODS-N/CANDELS-N Region unknown
25 AR 15026 Erin Hicks University of Alaska Anchorage USA Characterizing the Physical Mechanisms Driving Feeding and Feedback in Active Galaxies unknown
25 AR 15025 Yicheng Guo University of Missouri - Columbia USA Dwarfs in the Deepest Fields at Noon: Studying Size and Shape of Low-mass Galaxies out to z~3 in Five HST Legacy Fields unknown
25 AR 15024 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Serendipitous WFC3 Infrared Color Magnitude Diagrams of NGC4472 unknown
25 AR 15023 Paul Goudfrooij Space Telescope Science Institute USA Looking for Photometric Signatures of Fast Rotation in Intermediate-Age Star Clusters in the Magellanic Clouds unknown
25 AR 15022 Shy Genel Columbia University in the City of New York USA Understanding Galaxy Shapes Across Cosmic Time Using The IllustrisTNG Simulation unknown
25 AR 15021 Jim Fuller California Institute of Technology USA Pre-supernova properties of progenitors detected by HST unknown
25 AR 15020 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Mass Outflow Rate of the Milky Way unknown
25 AR 15019 Travis Fischer Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Do AGN Outflows Support Negative Feedback? unknown
25 AR 15018 Gary Ferland University of Kentucky USA Plasma simulations that meet the challenges of HST & JWST Active Nuclei & Starburst observations unknown
25 AR 15017 Mark Fardal Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Models of Stellar Streams for Constraining Local Group Dynamics with HST Proper Motion Data unknown
25 AR 15016 Meredith Durbin University of California - Berkeley USA Calibrating the Near-Infrared Tip of the Red Giant Branch with Multiwavelength Photometry unknown
25 AR 15015 Hugh Dickinson Open University GBR Constraining the evolution of the Hubble Parameter using cosmic chronometers unknown
25 AR 15014 Frederick Davies Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU New Constraints on the Hard Ionizing Photon Budget and the Lifetime and Obscuration of Quasars During the Epoch of Helium Reionization unknown
25 AR 15013 Anson D'Aloisio University of California - Riverside USA Interpreting HST observations with simulations of reionization: the ionizing photon budget and the decline of Lyman-alpha emission in z>6 dropouts unknown
25 AR 15012 Lauren Corlies The Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum USA Resolving the Small-Scale Structure of the Circumgalactic Medium in Cosmological Simulations unknown
25 AR 15011 Christopher Churchill New Mexico State University USA The Baryon Cycle through Cosmological Simulations: Taking COS to the Next Generation of Analysis unknown
25 AR 15010 Nell Byler Australian National University AUS PHAT+MaNGA: Using resolved stellar populations to improve the recovery of star formation histories from galaxy spectra unknown
25 AR 15009 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA Surveying the CGM and IGM across 4 orders of magnitude in environmental density unknown
25 AR 15008 Joanna Bridge University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA Spatially Resolved Emission Line Ratios for Nuclear AGN Selection unknown
25 AR 15007 Sean Brennan Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Testing methods to measure dark matter substructure with gravitational lensing unknown
25 AR 15006 Michael Boylan-Kolchin University of Texas at Austin USA Dwarf Galaxies from Deep Fields to the Near Field unknown
25 AR 15005 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA Archival Investigation of Outburst Sites and Progenitors of Extragalactic Intermediate-Luminosity Mid-IR Transients unknown
25 AR 15004 Gurtina Besla University of Arizona USA New Models of the Milky Way's Dark Matter Distribution for the Era of High Precision Astrometry unknown
25 GO 14938 Avani Gowardhan Cornell University USA Impact of the most extreme AGN-driven molecular outflow on its host galaxy 2
25 GO 14937 Michael Rodruck Randolph-Macon College USA Neutral Hydrogen in Tidal Tails: Probing the Extremes of Star Formation 4
25 GO 14936 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Context Maps of Jupiter in Support of the JUNO Mission 4
24 SNAP 15364 Andrea Bellini Space Telescope Science Institute USA Extended F814W Schedule Gap Pilot 500
24 GO 14928 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Orbit of the Patroclus-Menoetius Binary, a Lucy Mission Target 5
24 GO 14924 Anil Seth University of Utah USA Increasing Diversity in Galaxies with Black Hole Mass Measurements 6
24 GO 14923 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE LYCAT - LYman Continuum and Alpha in Tol1214-277 7
24 GO 14922 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Probing the Nature of Dark Matter with Individual Stars Highly Magnified by a Galaxy Cluster 5
24 GO 14921 Monika Lendl University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Atmospheric escape from a mini-Neptune 5
24 GO 14920 Benjamin Boizelle Brigham Young University USA Precision Measurement of the Black Hole Mass in NGC 3258 1
24 GO 14919 Bruce McCollum American University USA First UV Spectroscopy of an Incipient Stellar Merger in Its Pre-Merger Phase 7
24 GO 14918 Hannah Wakeford University of Bristol GBR Definitive measurement of WASP-17b's water abundance in preparation for JWST 10
24 GO 14917 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE What is the origin of the UV-absorbing cloud orbiting the iconic star 55 Cnc ? 10
24 GO 14916 Jessica Spake California Institute of Technology USA Probing methane chemistry in a newly-discovered warm gas giant before JWST 5
24 GO 14915 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU First Atmosphere Characterization of the Benchmark Exo-Neptune WASP-107b 5
24 GO 14912 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR High-precision asteroseismology of the accreting white dwarf in GW Lib through simultaneous HST and K2 observations 9
24 GO 14908 Luca Zappacosta INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Probing the merger-induced feedback scenario in hyper-luminous quasars 1
24 GO 14906 Peter Wheatley The University of Warwick GBR UV irradiation of the Earth-sized planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1 3
24 GO 14905 Dacheng Lin Northeastern University USA Understanding the Super-Eddington phase in a Decade-long Tidal Disruption Event 1
24 GO 14898 Jenny Greene Princeton University USA The Ongoing Search for Supermassive Black Hole Binaries 6
24 GO 14897 Peter Williams Harvard University USA Quantifying the Impact of High-Energy Electrons on Low-Temperature Dwarfs 2
24 GO 14896 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Precise Photometric Redshifts For Two Bright z>8 Galaxies 5
24 GO 14895 Rychard Bouwens Universiteit Leiden NLD Confirmation of ultra-luminous z~9 galaxies 5
24 GO 14894 Paul Strom The University of Warwick GBR Observing the Beta Pic Hill sphere transit in the far-UV 9
24 GO 14893 Elme Breedt University of Cambridge GBR The evolutionary history and accretion geometry of the eclipsing binary CSS1621+4412 3
24 GO 14892 Bruce McCollum American University USA Determining the Progenitor of a Red Transient 3
24 GO 14891 William Sparks SETI Institute USA Confirming the ice plumes of Europa 6
24 GO 14890 Shriharsh Tendulkar Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay IND Solving the enigma of Fast Radio Burst 121102 3
24 GO 14889 Jesus Maiz Apellaniz Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP HD 93 129 A: a new collision of two powerful winds and possibly of their sourcesSprObs 7
24 GO 14888 Jason Dittmann University of Florida USA Initial Reconaissance of a Transiting Rocky Planet in a Nearby M-Dwarf's Habitable Zone 10
24 GO 14887 Bjorn Benneke Universite de Montreal CAN Spectroscopic Characterization of a Newborn Neptune-Sized Planet 10
24 GO 14886 Russell Smith Durham Univ. GBR The unusual lensing BCG in Abell 1201: A steep IMF gradient, or an ultra-massive central black hole? 3
24 GO 14885 Fred Hamann University of California - Riverside USA Monitoring the Extraordinary Transient Outflow in the Quasar PG1411+442 3
24 GO 14884 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Characterising the dust ejection process in the first known active binary asteroid system 288P/300163. 4
24 GO 14877 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Confirmation and characterization of an exosphere around the super Earth 55 Cnc e 10
24 GO 14876 Eduardo Banados Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Spectacular mergers at the cosmic dawn: a HST, ALMA, and JWST synergy 6
24 GO 14853 Mirko Krumpe Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU Catching a Changing Look Quasar as it undergoes significant changes in accretion rate 2
24 GO 14852 Bret Lehmer University of Arkansas Main Campus USA A Statistically Robust Constraint on the Evolution of Field LMXBs 2
24 GO 14850 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identify the signature of neutron star mergers through rapid Chandra/Hubble observations of a short GRB 9
24 GO 14849 Eric Perlman Florida Institute of Technology USA The 3C111 Jet: X-ray Variability, Spectrum & Broadband SED 5
24 GO 14848 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Cracking the Conundrum of F Supergiant Coronae 6
24 GO 14847 Margarita Karovska Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF POWERFUL NEW JET ACTIVITY IN THE SYMBIOTIC SYSTEM R AQR 3
24 GO 14846 Aaron Romanowsky San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation USA Ultra-diffuse Galaxies in Clusters and the Field: Masses and Stellar Populations 6
24 GO 14845 Martha Boyer Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Search for Stellar Dust Production in Leo P, a Nearby Analog of High Redshift Galaxies 1
24 GO 14844 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Dust to Dust: Monitoring the Evolution of a New Class of Self-Obscured Transients 2
24 GO 14843 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Clouds in the Forecast? A Joint Spitzer and HST Investigation of Clouds and Hazes for Two Exo-Neptunes 3
24 SNAP 14840 Andrea Bellini Space Telescope Science Institute USA Schedule Gap Pilot 500
24 GO 14839 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Context Maps of Jupiter during Juno's MWR Orbits 8
24 GO 14813 Christopher Manser Imperial College of London GBR A highly dynamical debris disc in an evolved planetary system 2
24 GO 14812 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Long-Term Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of a Tidal Disruption Event at only 90 Mpc 12
24 GO 14811 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA The Grand Finale : probing the origin of Saturn s aurorae with HST observations simultaneous to Cassini polar measurements 25
24 GO 14810 John Biretta Eureka Scientific Inc. USA High-Precision Proper Motions in the M87 Jet 1
24 GO 14809 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU An Accurate Measurement of the IGM HeII Lyman Alpha Forest toward a Newly Discovered UV-bright Quasar at z>3.5 4
24 GO 14808 Nao Suzuki Florida State University USA SUbaru Supernovae with Hubble Infrared (SUSHI) 26
24 GO 14807 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The primordial binary fraction in the young massive cluster Westerlund 2 20
24 GO 14806 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE SAFE: Star clusters, lyman Alpha and Feedback in Eso338-04 18
24 GO 14805 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD A rapid search for the counterpart to an active magnetar 2
24 GO 14804 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Rapid ToO observations of the first gravitational wave counterparts 4
24 GO 14802 Dean Hines Space Telescope Science Institute USA Synoptic Imaging Polarimetry Observations of CRL 2688: What's Whipping the Egg? 6
24 GO 14801 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA The Mysterious High-Velocity Ejecta Jets in Cassiopeia A 4
24 GO 14800 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA Mapping Calcium Rich Ejecta in Two Type Ia Supernovae 6
24 GO 14799 Michael Eracleous The Pennsylvania State University USA Why the Different Looks of Changing-Look Quasars? 13
24 GO 14798 Michal Drahus Uniwersytet Jagiellonski POL Origin and Evolution of the First Known Ultra-Young Asteroid Family and its Doubly-Synchronous Binary Member 10
24 GO 14797 Ian Crossfield University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. USA Atmospheric Albedos, Alkalis, and Aerosols of Hot Jupiters 44
24 GO 14796 Denija Crnojevic University of Tampa USA An extremely asymmetric dwarf satellite distribution around M101 19
24 GO 14795 Frank Crary University of Colorado at Boulder USA Observing an artificial meteor: Cassini's entry into the atmosphere of Saturn 1
24 GO 14794 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA Planetary Nebulae in the Open Clusters of M31 6
24 GO 14793 Jacob Bean University of Chicago USA The First Precise Atmospheric Metallicity Measurement for a Sub-Jovian Exoplanet 20
24 GO 14792 Jacob Bean University of Chicago USA Remastering the classics: A thermal inversion for the hot Jupiter archetype HAT-P-7b? 10
24 GO 14791 Martin Barstow University of Leicester GBR Assessing the dependency of the fine structure constant on gravity using hot DA white dwarfs 12
24 GO 14790 Jessica Agarwal Technische Universität Braunschweig DEU Investigating the binary nature of active asteroid 288P/300163 5
24 GO 14789 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Procyon: New Candidate for the Dynamo Clinical Trial 4
24 GO 14788 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri at a Crossroads 4
24 GO 14787 Justin Linford Associated Universities, Inc. USA Imaging the Ejecta in Classical Novae 6
24 GO 14786 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA Progenitor Masses for Every Nearby Historic Core-Collapse Supernova 19
24 GO 14785 Sjoert van Velzen Universiteit Leiden NLD Enhanced rates of tidal disruptions in E+A galaxies: resolving the central dynamics of post-starburst galactic nuclei with HST observations 8
24 GO 14784 Evgenya Shkolnik Arizona State University USA HAZMAT: Habitable Zones and M dwarf Activity across Time 130
24 GO 14783 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting Isolated Black Holes through Astrometric Microlensing 5
24 GO 14782 Lorenzo Pino INAF - Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri ITA Is the atmosphere of the extremely irradiated exoplanet WASP-43b in a blow-off state? 4
24 GO 14781 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Monitoring of an ASAS-SN Tidal Disruption Event 22
24 GO 14780 Nicolas Grosso CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Measurement of the Expansion Proper Motions of the Ou4 Giant Bipolar Outflow to Determine its Distance and its True Nature 2
24 SNAP 14779 Melissa Graham University of Washington USA A NUV Imaging Survey for Circumstellar Material in Type Ia Supernovae 83
24 GO 14778 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation USA Hiding in Plain Sight: The Low Mass Helium Star Companion of EL CVn 4
24 GO 14777 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA Deciphering Quasar Outflows and Measuring their Contribution to AGN Feedback 40
24 GO 14776 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Mapping the Substellar Mass-Luminosity Relation Down to the L/T Transition 8
24 GO 14775 Roeland van der Marel Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Proper Motion Field along the Magellanic Bridge: a New Probe of the LMC-SMC interaction 5
24 GO 14774 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses for Free-Floating Planetary-Mass Binaries 6
24 GO 14773 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Direct Distance to an Ancient Metal-Poor Star Cluster 1
24 GO 14772 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Observing gas in Cosmic Web filaments to constrain simulations of cosmic structure formation 68
24 GO 14771 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR r-process kilonovae, short-duration GRBs, and EM counterparts to gravitational wave sources 12
24 GO 14770 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Proper Motions of the Crater-Leo Group: Testing the Group Infall Scenario 8
24 GO 14769 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Proper Motions of Two Local Prototype Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies NGC 147 and NGC 185 8
24 GO 14768 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA UV Signatures of Shock Interaction in an Eta Carinae Analog 5
24 GO 14767 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA The Panchromatic Comparative Exoplanetary Treasury Program 498
24 GO 14766 Joshua Simon Carnegie Institution of Washington USA ACS Imaging of the Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy Reticulum II: Age-Dating a Unique Nucleosynthetic Event 12
24 GO 14765 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA The Unexplored Domains of the s-Process 40
24 GO 14764 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA Measuring the structure of Fomalhaut's dusty debris belt via a fortuitous stellar occultation 1
24 GO 14763 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR Exploring the source of the late-time brightness of SN 2011dh 3
24 SNAP 14762 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR A UV census of the sites of core-collapse supernovae 70
24 GO 14761 Geoffrey Clayton Space Science Institute USA Mapping the UV Extinction Properties of PHAT Stars in M31 30
24 GO 14760 Zheng Cai Tsinghua University CHN Imaging a Massive Galaxy Overdensity at z=2.3: The Morphology-Density Relation at High Redshift 9
24 GO 14759 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA What Happens in the Atmospheres of Hot Horizontal Branch Stars Near 20, 000K? 6
24 GO 14758 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Hydrogen Content of a Rocky Earth-Size Exoplanet 20
24 GO 14757 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Hydrogen Escape from a Rocky Earth-Size Exoplanet 14
24 GO 14755 John Spencer Southwest Research Institute USA Understanding Callisto's Atmosphere 8
24 GO 14754 Crystal Martin University of California - Santa Barbara USA Confronting the 3D Orientation of Galactic Disks in Space: Disk Structure vs. Circumgalactic Gas Flows 10
24 GO 14753 Claes Fransson Stockholm University SWE Supernova 1987A at 30 years 22
24 GO 14752 John Clarke Boston University USA Variability in the Escape of Water from Mars 10
24 GO 14751 Fakhri Zahedy University of North Texas USA Resolving Fe-rich Neutral ISM in a Massive Quiescent Galaxy at z~0.4 3
24 GO 14750 Tao Wang University of Tokyo, Institute of Astronomy JPN Exploring environmental effects on galaxy formation with WFC3 in the most distant cluster at z=2.506 4
24 GO 14749 Mischa Schirmer Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Low redshift Lyman-alpha blobs 6
24 GO 14748 Aaron Romanowsky San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation USA A close-up view of the star formation history of a young ultracompact dwarf 6
24 GO 14747 Brant Robertson University of California - Santa Cruz USA Lyman Continuum Escape Survey (LACES): Detecting Ionizing Radiation from z~3 LAEs with Powerful Optical Lines 64
24 GO 14746 Thomas Rauch Eberhard Karls Universitat, Tubingen DEU Stellar Laboratories: High-precision Atomic Physics with STIS 3
24 GO 14745 Bettina Posselt University of Oxford GBR Is there a substellar companion around the neutron star RX J0806.4-4123? 2
24 GO 14744 Daeseong Park Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) KOR A Definitive UV-Optical Template for Iron Emission in Active Galactic Nuclei 13
24 GO 14743 Matt Nicholl The Queen's University of Belfast GBR Determining the explosion mechanism of a superluminous supernova through the deepest ever late-time study 3
24 GO 14742 Dieu Nguyen Centre for Astronomical Research of Lyon (CRAL) FRA Improving Central Black Hole Mass Measurements in Low Mass Early Type Galaxies 12
24 GO 14741 Ignacio Negueruela Universidad de Alicante, Dpto de Fisica Aplicada ESP MY Cam: can homogeneous evolution produce gravitational-wave progenitors? 8
24 GO 14740 Daniel Marrone University of Arizona USA Exploring a Massive Starburst in the Epoch of Reionization 5
24 GO 14739 Guilin Liu University of Science & Technology of China CHN Imaging BALQSO outflows: a critical step in assessing AGN feedback 9
24 GO 14738 Arunav Kundu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA A Far Ultraviolet Study of Globular Clusters in NGC 3115 16
24 GO 14737 Jiri Krticka Masaryk University CZE Unveiling the nature of the only main-sequence pulsar CU Vir 5
24 GO 14736 Mukremin Kilic University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA Connecting Variability and Metals in White Dwarfs 4
24 GO 14735 Flavien Kiefer Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA Observation of OH in Beta Pictoris exocomets 3
24 GO 14734 Nitya Kallivayalil The University of Virginia USA Milky Way Cosmology: Laying the Foundation for Full 6-D Dynamical Mapping of the Nearby Universe 164
24 GO 14733 Luke Hovey Los Alamos National Laboratory USA Single-Degenerate or Double-Degenerate? The Case for a Third Epoch Observation of the Confirmed Ia Supernova Remnant 0509-67.5 2
24 GO 14732 James Hogg University of Maryland USA 2MASS J00423991+3017515: An AGN On The Run? 3
24 GO 14731 Graham Harper University of Colorado at Boulder USA Si I and C I emission from zeta Aurigae (K4 Ib + B5 V): New Generation Diagnostics of Chromospheric Structure 2
24 GO 14730 Andrew Goulding Princeton University USA High spatial resolution imaging of AGN-driven super-bubbles in two low-redshift quasars 2
24 GO 14729 Rajib Ganguly University of Michigan USA A New Twist in the Quasar Radio Dichotomy: The Case of the Missing Outflows 19
24 GO 14728 John Gallagher Macalester College USA Hearts of Darkness: Compact Obscured Nuclei in S0/a Galaxies 7
24 GO 14727 Pierre-Alain Duc Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg FRA Probing Super Star Cluster formation in the most favorable environments: the metal-enriched, gas-rich and turbulent collisional ring of NGC 5291 8
24 GO 14726 Aaron Dotter Dartmouth College USA Ruprecht 106: Too small to succeed? 4
24 GO 14725 Andrea Dieball Helmholtz Institut fur Strahlen- und Kernphysik, Uni Bonn DEU Hunting for Brown Dwarfs in Globular Clusters: Second Epoch Deep IR observations of the Globular Clusters M4 2
24 GO 14724 Nathalie Degenaar Universiteit van Amsterdam NLD Searching for a radio millisecond pulsar in a low-mass X-ray binary 4
24 GO 14723 Emanuele Dalessandro INAF-Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio ITA What controls the onset of the multiple population phenomenon within globular clusters? 4
24 GO 14722 Steve Croft University of California - Berkeley USA A Local Laboratory for Studying Positive Feedback from Supermassive Black Holes 7
24 GO 14721 Christopher Conselice University of Manchester GBR The Fundamental Plane of Ultra-Massive Galaxies at z~2 11
24 GO 14720 Doron Chelouche University of Haifa ISR Photometric Mapping of the Galactic Outflow in NGC 7552 14
24 GO 14719 Philip Best University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR The detailed properties of star-forming regions at high redshift: a matched-resolution HST-Halpha-ALMA study 18
24 GO 14718 George Becker University of California - Riverside USA The Metal-Enriched Environments of Galaxies Near Reionization 21
24 GO 14717 Iair Arcavi Tel Aviv University ISR What is Enhancing the Tidal Disruption Rate of Stars in Post-Starburst Galaxies? 25
24 GO 14716 Francesca Annibali INAF - OAS Bologna ITA DDO 68: A flea with smaller fleas that on him prey 10
24 GO 14715 Katherine Alatalo Space Telescope Science Institute USA Watching AGN feedback at its birth: HST observations of nascent outflow host IC860 4
24 GO 14714 Glenn Schneider University of Arizona USA An Extinction Probe Through the HD 107146 Debris Ring: Taking Unique Advantage of a Background Galaxy Transit 10
24 GO 14713 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Binarity and Accretion Activity in AGB Stars with Variable UV and X-Ray Emission 8
24 GO 14712 Raghvendra Sahai Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA HST-COS Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of B[e] Supergiant Stars in the Magellanic Clouds 13
24 GO 14711 R. Rich University of California - Los Angeles USA A Deep WFC3/IR Bulge Luminosity Function: toward the Hydrogen Burning Limit 8
24 GO 14710 Antonino Milone Universita degli Studi di Padova ITA Multiple Stellar Populations in Young Magellanic Cloud Clusters 14
24 GO 14709 Brian Mazur Bakersfield College USA HST/WFC3 Spectroscopy of < 400 AU Companions to Orion Young Stellar Objects 6
24 GO 14708 Smita Mathur The Ohio State University USA Probing the circumgalactic medium of galaxies with deep observations. 25
24 SNAP 14707 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA Searching for the Most Massive Stars in M31 and M33 33
24 GO 14706 Eilat Glikman Middlebury College USA Testing the Triggering Mechanism for Luminous, Radio-Quiet Red Quasars in the Clearing Phase: A Comparison to Radio-Loud Red Quasars 20
24 GO 14705 Martin Cordiner Catholic University of America USA Confirming interstellar C60+ using a new method for high signal-to-noise NIR STIS spectroscopy 3
24 GO 14704 Charlie Conroy Harvard University USA A Year in the Whirlpool 68
24 GO 14703 Andrea Banzatti Texas State University USA Measuring residual H2 gas from small to large gaps in protoplanetary disks: different pathways to planets? 20
24 GO 14702 Jeremy Drake Lockheed Martin Space USA The first mass and angular momentum loss measurements for a CV-like binary 1
24 GO 14701 Michele Trenti University of Melbourne AUS Is galaxy formation different during the epoch of reionization? Confirmation of the brightest ever candidate at redshift z>8 1
24 GO 14700 Ben Sugerman Space Science Institute USA Light Echoes and the Environments of SNe 2014J and 2016adj 12
24 GO 14699 David Sobral Lancaster University GBR The hosts of the early ionized bubbles: the nature and diversity of the most luminous Lyman-alpha emitters at z~6-7 12
24 GO 14698 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU The first spectrally resolved Ha measurement of an accreting planet 4
24 GO 14697 Richard Pogge The Ohio State University USA A Cepheid Distance to NGC 4051 12
24 GO 14696 Eric Perlman Florida Institute of Technology USA The Physics of the Jets of Powerful Radio Galaxies and Quasars 13
24 GO 14695 Tom Megeath University of Toledo USA WFC3 Imaging of 24 um Dropout Protostars in Orion 4
24 GO 14694 Stephan McCandliss The Johns Hopkins University USA SDSSCGB-46589.1 -- a Lyman Alpha Blob at Low Redshift? 5
24 GO 14693 Karen Leighly University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA Testing the Torus Origin of the Broad Absorption Line Outflow in WPVS 007 4
24 GO 14691 JJ Hermes Boston University USA Unraveling the oscillations of the richest pulsating hydrogen-atmosphere white dwarf 6
24 GO 14690 Hans Guenther Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Identifing the last unkown emission component in the Herbig system HD 163296 3
24 GO 14689 Dimitrios Gouliermis Universitat Heidelberg DEU MYSST: Mapping Young Stars in Space and Time - The HII Complex N44 in the LMC 54
24 GO 14688 Paul Goudfrooij Space Telescope Science Institute USA Extended Star Formation or a Range of Stellar Rotation Velocities? The Nature of Extended Main Sequence Turnoffs in Intermediate-Age Star Clusters 2
24 GO 14687 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Origin of the Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream 6
24 GO 14686 Clemence Fontanive Universite de Montreal CAN Confirming Planetary Mass Candidate Companions in Ophiuchus 2
24 GO 14685 Wen-fai Fong Northwestern University USA Underlying Hosts or Highly-Kicked? Determining the Nature of Host-less Short Gamma-ray Bursts with HST 12
24 GO 14684 David Bowen Princeton University USA What is a Galaxy Halo Really Like? 22
24 GO 14683 Jean-Claude Bouret CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Before the Burst: The Properties of Rapidly Rotating, Massive Supergiants 15
24 GO 14682 Bjorn Benneke Universite de Montreal CAN A Search for Methane, Ammonia, and Water on Two Habitable Zone Super-Earths 78
24 GO 14681 Alessandra Aloisi Space Telescope Science Institute USA Tracing Galactic Outflows to the Source: Spatially Resolved Feedback in M83 with COS 40
24 GO 14680 Jonathan Tan Chalmers University of Technology SWE Kinematics of a Massive Star Cluster in Formation 18
24 GO 14679 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA Extremely Metal Poor Galaxies with HST/COS: Completing the Groundwork for JWST 12
24 GO 14678 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA Whimper of a Bang: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011fe 8
24 GO 14677 Tim Schrabback Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT Probing the most distant high-mass galaxy clusters from SPT with HST weak lensing observations 22
24 GO 14676 David Sand University of Arizona USA Two New Local Volume Dwarfs Associated with Compact High Velocity Clouds: Distance, Structure and Star Formation History 2
24 GO 14675 Julia Roman-Duval Space Telescope Science Institute USA Metal Evolution and TrAnsport in the Large Magellanic Cloud (METAL): Probing Dust Evolution in Star Forming Galaxies 101
24 GO 14674 Robert Quimby San Diego State University USA Far UV Spectroscopy of Superluminous Supernovae 14
24 GO 14673 Charles Proffitt Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Definitive Test of Rotational Mixing in Massive Stars 14
24 GO 14672 Ruth Peterson SETI Institute USA Tracing the Earliest Nucleosynthesis from Elements Just Past the Iron Peak in Extremely Metal-Poor Dwarfs 44
24 GO 14671 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA An HST proper-motion and spectral study of the optical jet in 4C +00.58 3
24 GO 14670 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Exploring a highly perturbed debris disk associated with an exiled exoplanet 4
24 GO 14669 Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo Universite de Montreal CAN Ultramassive Black Holes in Brightest Cluster Galaxies 14
24 SNAP 14668 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Continuing a Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae: Cycle 24 43
24 GO 14667 Hsiao-Wen Chen University of Chicago USA Differentiating Gas Infall and Outflows with Resolved Star Formation Morphology 5
24 GO 14666 Stefano Casertano Space Telescope Science Institute USA Astrometric Light Deflection Test of General Relativity for Non-spherical Bodies: Close Approach to Jupiter 6
24 GO 14665 Peter Brown Texas A & M University USA Ultraviolet Spectra of a Normal Standard Candle 14
24 GO 14664 Thomas Beatty University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Phase-Resolved Emission Spectroscopy of the Transiting Brown Dwarf KELT-1b Using WFC3 40
24 GO 14663 Lifan Wang Texas A & M University USA Imaging Polarimetry of Light Echoes around SN 2014J 16
24 GO 14662 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The end of the White Dwarf Cooling Sequences of Omega Centauri 66
24 GO 14661 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA Wide Field Coverage for Juno (WFCJ): Jupiter's 2D Wind Field and Cloud Structure 45
24 GO 14660 Lorrie Straka Universiteit Leiden NLD Morphology and Orientation of QSO Absorber Host Galaxies at z<1.5 Detected with VLT/MUSE1/st 5
24 GO 14658 Eric Peng NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Massive Star Clusters and the Origin of Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies 26
24 GO 14657 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU The wind variability in oscillating massive stars 12
24 GO 14656 Ivana Orlitova Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Astron CZE How does ionizing radiation escape from galaxies? 13
24 GO 14655 Sowgat Muzahid Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics IND Probing Warm-Hot Gas in the Outskirts of Galaxy Clusters Using Quasar Absorption Lines 15
24 GO 14654 Peter Milne University of Arizona USA A Second Ladder: Testing for Bias in the Type Ia Distance Scale with SBF 23
24 GO 14653 James Lowenthal Smith College USA The most luminous galaxies: strongly lensed SMGs at 1 22
24 GO 14652 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA Super-Eight: The brightest z~8 Galaxies 16
24 GO 14651 Matthew Darnley Liverpool John Moores University GBR Recurrent Nova M31N 2008-12a: The surrounding 'Super-Remnant' - A signpost to Type Ia Supernova progenitors 10
24 GO 14650 Michael Brown California Institute of Technology USA A simple definitive test for chloride salts on Europa 4
24 SNAP 14649 Katherine Alatalo Space Telescope Science Institute USA Opening a New Window into Galaxy Evolution Through the Lens of CO-detected Shocked Poststarburst Galaxies 46
24 GO 14648 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A New Threshold of Precision, 30 micro-arcsecond Parallaxes and Beyond 18
24 GO 14647 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The Primordial Binary Fraction in Trumpler 14: Frequency and Multiplicity Parameters 3
24 GO 14646 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A White Dwarf with an Actively Disintegrating Asteroid 12
24 GO 14645 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA The Stellar Origins of Supernovae 4
24 GO 14644 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Exploring the extremely low surface brightness sky: distances to 23 newly discovered objects in Dragonfly fields 28
24 GO 14643 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Imaging of three Ultra Diffuse Galaxies with measured stellar kinematics 8
24 GO 14642 Kevin Stevenson The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA A Preparatory Program to Identify the Single Best Transiting Exoplanet for JWST Early Release Science 8
24 GO 14641 Edward Sion Villanova University USA Short Orbital Period Recurrent Novae as Supernovae Type Ia Progenitors 6
24 GO 14640 John Pineda University of Colorado at Boulder USA Investigating the FUV Emission of Young M dwarfs with FUMES: the Far Ultraviolet M-dwarf Evolution Survey 16
24 GO 14639 Thomas Maccarone Texas Tech University USA Finding AM CVn stars in 47 Tuc 10
24 GO 14638 Knox Long Eureka Scientific Inc. USA What Makes Radio-detected and Optically-detected Supernova Remnants in NGC6946 Different? 9
24 GO 14637 Knox Long Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Wide band spectra of nova-like variables: A confrontation of observations with theory 5
24 GO 14636 Igor Karachentsev Russian Academy of Sciences, Special Astrophysical Obs. RUS TRGB Distances to the Edge Between the Local Sheet and Virgo Infall: Last of the Low Hanging Fruit 20
24 GO 14635 Yuri Izotov Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, BITP UKR Lyman continuum leaking in luminous compact star-forming galaxies 34
24 GO 14634 Denis Grodent Université de Liège BEL HST-Juno synergistic approach of Jupiter's magnetosphere and ultraviolet auroras 151
24 SNAP 14633 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA A SNAP UV Spectroscopic Study of Star-Planet Interactions 80
24 GO 14632 Dawn Erb University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee USA Lyman-alpha Imaging at ~20 pc Resolution in a Low Mass Lensed Galaxy at z=1.85 7
24 GO 14631 Charles Danforth University of Colorado at Boulder USA Resolving the Nuclear Structure of the Canonical Radio Galaxy M87 10
24 GO 14630 Thomas Collett University of Portsmouth GBR A unique probe of the dark matter distribution in a halo at z=1: A strong lens with a bright central image 6
24 GO 14629 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Astrometry of 2014MU69 for New Horizons encounter 6
24 GO 14628 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA The Evolution of C/O in Low Metallicity Dwarf Galaxies 20
24 GO 14627 Susan Benecchi Planetary Science Institute USA The Lightcurve of New Horizons Encounter TNO 2014 MU69 24
24 GO 14626 Mary Barsony SETI Institute USA DASH Mapping of IC348: The IMF from 2 to 80 Jupiter Masses 18
24 GO 14625 Gilda Ballester University of Arizona USA Connecting the lower and upper atmospheres of a warm-Neptune. Implications for planetary evolution. 10
24 GO 14624 Hector Arce Yale University USA Taming the Flame: A Near-IR imaging study of the NGC 2024 (Flame Nebula) cluster 8
24 GO 14623 Mike Anderson Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU A Novel Measurement of Turbulence and Bulk Flows in the Hot Halo of M87 14
24 GO 14622 Katherine Whitaker University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA A Chance Alignment: Resolving a Massive Compact Galaxy Actively Quenching at z=1.8 12
24 GO 14621 Jason Wang Northwestern University USA Probing the young circumplanetary environment of a directly-imaged exoplanet through a rare transit event 6
24 GO 14620 Ryan Trainor Franklin and Marshall College USA QSO and Galaxy Growth Probed by Faint Lya-Emitters 20
24 GO 14619 Jessica Spake California Institute of Technology USA Characterising the atmosphere of a uniquely low-density, sub-Saturn mass planet 15
24 GO 14618 Michael Shara American Museum of Natural History USA Ultraviolet Flashers in M87: Rapidly Recurring Novae as SNIa Progenitors 53
24 GO 14617 Joachim Saur Universitat zu Koeln DEU Auroral properties of the brown dwarf LSR J1835 + 3259: The UV perspective 5
24 GO 14616 Simon Porter Southwest Research Institute USA Primordial Triplicity: A Census of Hierarchical Triples in the Cold Classical Kuiper Belt 6
24 GO 14615 Elisabeth Newton Dartmouth College USA The Evaporating Exosphere of a Young Planet 16
24 GO 14614 Jon Mauerhan The Aerospace Corporation USA Death or Survival? Determining the nature of SNe IIn-P explosions 3
24 GO 14613 Jessica Lu University of California - Berkeley USA Searching for the Peak of the Initial Mass Function in Galactic Center Star Clusters 6
24 GO 14612 Erich Karkoschka University of Arizona USA Titan at Opposite Seasons Using STIS Image Cubes 1
24 GO 14611 Or Graur University of Portsmouth GBR Going gently into the night: constraining Type Ia supernova nucleosynthesis using late-time photometry 20
24 GO 14610 Julianne Dalcanton University of Washington USA A Legacy Imaging Survey of M33. 108
24 GO 14609 Tracy Becker Southwest Research Institute USA Psyche's UV Reflectance Spectra: Exploring the origins of the largest exposed-core metallic asteroid 4
24 GO 14608 Nadia Zakamska The Johns Hopkins University USA Host galaxies of high-redshift quasars with extreme outflows 22
24 GO 14607 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identify the signature of neutron star mergers through rapid Hubble observations of a short GRB 3
24 SNAP 14606 Brooke Simmons Lancaster University GBR Secular Black Hole Growth and Feedback in Merger-Free Galaxies 121
24 GO 14604 Carlo Manara European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU Connecting the shape of the FUV spectrum with disk morphology: a combined HST and ALMA study of young stellar objects in Lupus 15
24 GO 14603 C Jeffery Armagh Observatory and Planetarium GBR Ulraviolet fluxes and dynamical structure in the pulsating atmosphere of helium star V652 Her 8
24 GO 14602 Jay Howk University of Notre Dame USA The Perseus Project: Probing Metal Mixing, Dust Destruction, and Kinematics in the Vertical Extension of the Perseus Arm 13
24 GO 14601 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE The Energetically Complete Picture of a Starburst Superwind 4
24 GO 14600 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR SDSS 1240+6710: a partially burnt supernova remnant 4
24 GO 14598 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Incredibly Long-Lived SN 2005ip 5
24 GO 14597 Jay Farihi University College London GBR An Ultraviolet Spectral Legacy of Polluted White Dwarfs 66
24 GO 14596 Xiaohui Fan University of Arizona USA Is Lyman Alpha Emitter CR7 Powered by a Direct Collapse Black Hole? 4
24 GO 14595 Nicola Da Rio The University of Virginia USA Correlating proper motion kinematics with stellar properties in a very young protocluster 9
24 GO 14594 Rich Bielby Durham Univ. GBR QSAGE: QSO Sightline And Galaxy Evolution 96
24 GO 14593 Nate Bastian Donostia International Physics Center ESP Constraining the Origin of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters 3
24 AR 14592 Nadia Zakamska The Johns Hopkins University USA From molecular to coronal lines: a COS survey of multi-phase galactic outflows unknown
24 AR 14591 Rogier Windhorst Arizona State University USA Project ALCATRAZ: Archival Lyman-Continuum and Theoretical Reionization Analysis vs. z: Where, When, & How Much Does LyC Escape from Galaxies & AGN? unknown
24 AR 14590 Alycia Weinberger Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Enhancing the Scientific Return from HST Imaging of Debris Disks unknown
24 AR 14589 Q. Wang University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA Variability Studies of Stars in the Central 2 arcmin of the Galactic Center unknown
24 AR 14588 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Surveying the CGM of Nearby Galaxies unknown
24 AR 14587 Gonzalo Tancredi Universidad de La Republica Facultad de Ciencias URY Geophysics using Hubble Space Telescope unknown
24 AR 14586 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA Reconstructing the past outburst history of Eta Carinae from WFPC2 proper motions unknown
24 AR 14585 Amy Simon NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Understanding Jupiter's Cloud Scale and Energy Spectra from Archival Data unknown
24 AR 14584 Isaac Shlosman University of Kentucky USA Observational Corollaries of Proto-AGN: Understanding Formation of Supermassive Black Hole Seeds unknown
24 AR 14583 Laura Sales University of California - Riverside USA Globular clusters and environmental effects in galaxy clusters unknown
24 AR 14582 Laura Sales University of California - Riverside USA Black Holes in Dwarf Galaxies: Growth and Impact unknown
24 AR 14581 Darin Ragozzine Brigham Young University USA Spinny TNO Triples: New Analyses of the Spin+Orbit Dynamics of Haumea and 1996 TC36 unknown
24 AR 14580 Marc Rafelski Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Role of Galaxy Morphology in the Mass-Metallicity-SFR Relation unknown
24 AR 14579 Daniel Proga University of Nevada - Las Vegas USA Modeling UV spectra of clumpy outflows in Seyfert galaxies unknown
24 AR 14578 Joel Primack University of California - Santa Cruz USA Elongated Galaxies and the Emergence of Disks unknown
24 AR 14577 Benjamin Oppenheimer University of Colorado at Boulder USA Resolution and Physics Beyond Simulations: New Multi-Phase Models of the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
24 AR 14576 Luke Moore Boston University USA Variability of Jupiter's main auroral emission and satellite footprints unknown
24 AR 14575 Matthew McQuinn University of Washington USA A Flexible Cosmic Ultraviolet Background Model unknown
24 AR 14574 Morgan MacLeod University of California - Santa Cruz USA Unwrapping the Mystery of Flows at the Onset of Common Envelope Using the Remarkable Transient M31 LRN 2015 unknown
24 AR 14573 Chung-Pei Ma University of California - Berkeley USA The Centers of MASSIVE Survey Elliptical Galaxies with Supermassive Black Holes unknown
24 AR 14572 Wladimir Lyra New Mexico State University USA Photoelectric instability and debris disk rings: One theory to rule them all unknown
24 AR 14571 Noe Kains Barnard College USA Searching for an intermediate-mass black hole in M 22 with gravitational microlensing unknown
24 AR 14570 Edward Jenkins Princeton University USA Understanding the Sequestration of Krypton Atoms in the Interstellar Medium unknown
24 AR 14569 Jason Jaacks University of Texas at Austin USA All about that Base: Baseline Metal Enrichment from Population III Star Formation in Cosmological Simulations unknown
24 AR 14568 D. Hillier University of Pittsburgh USA Spectroscopic Analysis: A Key Tool for Understanding the Universe unknown
24 AR 14567 Yashar Hezaveh Stanford University USA Inferring the mass function and galaxy content of low mass subhalos with HST observations of ALMA strong lensing systems unknown
24 AR 14566 Graham Harper University of Colorado at Boulder USA Constraining Theroretical Wind Models using the Accelerating Outflows of Cool Evolved Stars as revealed by Hubble unknown
24 AR 14565 Shy Genel Columbia University in the City of New York USA Understanding the Angular Momentum Content of Galaxies in Concert with Their Circumgalactic Medium unknown
24 AR 14564 Eric Gawiser Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Reconstructing Star Formation Histories to Reveal the Origin and Evolution of the SFR-M* Correlation unknown
24 AR 14563 Adam Frank University of Rochester USA Accretion to Outflow in Evolved Star Binaries: Disks in AGB, PPN and PN unknown
24 AR 14562 Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere Northwestern University USA Combining Statistical Samples of Resolved-ISM Simulated Galaxies with Realistic Mock Observations to Fully Interpret HST and JWST Surveys unknown
24 AR 14561 Samuel Factor University of Texas at Austin USA Kernel-Phase Interferometry for Super-Resolution Detection of Faint Companions unknown
24 AR 14560 Nicholas Earl Space Telescope Science Institute USA Diagnosing the Multiphase Circumgalactic Medium unknown
24 AR 14559 William Dawson Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory USA Raiders of the Lost Arcs unknown
24 AR 14558 Neal Dalal Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics CAN Probing dark matter physics with galaxy clusters unknown
24 AR 14557 Charlie Conroy Harvard University USA Measuring the Star Formation History of the Local Universe unknown
24 AR 14556 Marios Chatzikos University of Kentucky USA Cloudy as a Shock Modeling Code: Utility for HST, & Looking out to JWST unknown
24 AR 14555 Sourav Chatterjee Northwestern University USA Identifying Globular Clusters Hosting Large Numbers of Black Holes unknown
24 AR 14554 James Bullock University of California - Irvine USA Accurate Predictions for Dark Matter Substructure unknown
24 AR 14553 Gabriel Brammer University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK Grizli: The Grism redshift & Line Database for HST WFC3/IR Spectroscopy unknown
24 AR 14552 Guillermo Barro University of the Pacific USA Spatially resolved UV-to-FIR SEDs of compact SFGs at z~2: Witnessing the epoch of core building unknown
24 AR 14551 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA The COS revolution of AGN outflow science unknown
24 GO 14483 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD XMM and HST Target of Opportunity Observations of Tidal Disruption Events 3
24 GO 14481 Jelle Kaastra Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Shining light on obscured AGN outflows 4
24 GO 14480 Wolf-Rainer Hamann Universitat Potsdam DEU Joint XMM-Newton and HST study of the magnetic weak-wind O-star HD 54879 1
24 GO 14479 Elisa Costantini Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD The global view of the ionized outflows in NGC 4051 4
24 GO 14477 James Reeves Catholic University of America USA UV to hard X-ray spectroscopy of the prototype disk wind quasar, PDS 456 2
24 GO 14476 Yael Naze Université de Liège BEL A collision reversal in HD 5980 2
23 GO 14498 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Comet P/2010 V1 as a Natural Disintegration Laboratory 5
23 GO 14497 Renske Smit Liverpool John Moores University GBR Identifying z>12 galaxies with JWST: What sources produce strong UV emission lines? 3
23 GO 14496 Andrew Newman Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Resolving the Stellar Populations, Structure, and Kinematics of the NIR-Brightest Lensed Galaxy at z=2 4
23 GO 14495 David Sobral Lancaster University GBR The gas-metallicity and the ISM of the brightest Lyman-alpha emitter at z=6.6: metal-free? 5
23 GO 14494 Jonathan Tan Chalmers University of Technology SWE Peering to the Heart of Massive Star Birth. II. Completion of the Eight-Source Pilot Survey 3
23 GO 14493 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE UV exploration of two Earth-sized planets with temperate atmospheres 4
23 GO 14492 Michael Wong University of California - Berkeley USA A New Dark Vortex 4
23 GO 14491 Keith Noll NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Trojan Binary Candidate: A Slow-Rotating Mission Target 1
23 GO 14490 Jay Howk University of Notre Dame USA Pop III material found 6 Gyr after the Big Bang? COS constraints on the lowest-metallicity gas at z<1 5
23 GO 14470 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR AR Sco: the first white dwarf pulsar? 5
23 GO 14469 Carlo Manara European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU The HST-ALMA connection: measuring the FUV spectrum of a newly discovered transition disk down to the H2 and CO photodissociation regime 5
23 GO 14468 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS Characterizing an extreme planet on the verge of tidal disruption 5
23 GO 14467 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A White Dwarf with an Actively Disintegrating Asteroid 5
23 GO 14466 Ivana Orlitova Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Astron CZE Lyman Alpha halo in a confirmed Lyman Continuum leaker 5
23 GO 14465 Jonathan Tan Chalmers University of Technology SWE Peering to the Heart of Massive Star Birth 5
23 GO 14464 Mercedes Lopez-Morales Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Atmospheric Sodium and a Precise Radius for the Closest Super-Earth 4
23 GO 14463 Bruce McCollum American University USA Identifying the Progenitor of a New Red Transient 2
23 GO 14462 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Hydrogen Escape from an Earth-size Exoplanet: a Reconnaissance Study 2
23 GO 14461 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Atmospheric Escape from the Closest Super-Earth 5
23 GO 14460 Fred Hamann University of California - Riverside USA A Remarkable New Transient Outflow in the Quasar PG1411+442 3
23 GO 14459 Rychard Bouwens Universiteit Leiden NLD Preparing for JWST through Constraints on the Bright End of the z~9 LF from CANDELS 2
23 GO 14458 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Hubble Investigation of Active Asteroid 324P/La Sagra 4
23 GO 14456 Mark Brodwin University of Missouri - Kansas City USA Determining the Role of Merging in the Growth of the Galaxy Cluster Population in the Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey 12
23 GO 14455 Erik Petigura University of California - Los Angeles USA Orbit and Atmospheric Composition of the Warm Sub-Saturn EPIC-2037b 9
23 GO 14453 Diana Dragomir University of New Mexico USA The Nature of 55 Cancri e 16
23 GO 14365 Zhichao Xue Louisiana State University and A & M College USA Is Muzzio 10 The Ex-Companion Star of the PSR B1509-58 Progenitor? 2
23 GO 14364 Roger Romani Stanford University USA PSR J2124-3358: A Unique, Isolated MSP/PWN/Bowshock 2
23 GO 14362 Lucas Johnson University of Alabama USA Searching for Fossil Group Progenitors Via Strong Gravitational Lensing 9
23 GO 14361 Ming Sun University of Alabama in Huntsville USA Tales of tails: the Coma episodes 3
23 GO 14360 Martin Elvis Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA AGN Termination Shocks: Feedback In Action 2
23 GO 14359 Brian Williams NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA N103B: A Type Ia Remnant with Circumstellar Interaction... Kepler's Older Cousin? 5
23 GO 14358 Roberto Assef Diego Portales University CHL Extremely Luminous Dusty Quasars with Unobscured UV Emission: Dual AGN or Extreme Single AGN Systems? 3
23 GO 14357 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA Identify the signature of neutron star mergers through rapid Chandra/Hubble observations of a short GRB 9
23 GO 14356 Richard Plotkin University of Nevada - Reno USA Multiwavelength Characterization of Candidate Black Holes in Nearby Dwarf Galaxies 3
23 GO 14353 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Astrophysics of the Most Energetic Gamma-Ray Bursts 11
23 GO 14352 Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo Universite de Montreal CAN Deep X-ray Observations of 3 exceptional high-z clusters of galaxies 8
23 GO 14351 Laura Chomiuk Michigan State University USA The Black Hole Population in Galactic Globular Clusters 2
23 GO 14350 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Procyon: New Candidate for the Dynamo Clinical Trial 4
23 GO 14349 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA The High-Energy Environs of the Anomalous Coronal Source Alpha Persei 4
23 GO 14347 John Pineda University of Colorado at Boulder USA Joint VLA and HST Observations of Brown Dwarf Aurorae 5
23 GO 14344 Bo Reipurth Planetary Science Institute USA The HH 24 Jet Complex: Collimated and Colliding Jets from a Newborn Multiple Stellar System 2
23 GO 14343 Nitya Kallivayalil The University of Virginia USA Proper Motion and Internal Kinematics of the SMC: are the Magellanic Clouds bound to one another? 30
23 GO 14342 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA HST Observations of Astrophysically Important Visual Binaries 3
23 GO 14341 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri at a Crossroads 4
23 GO 14340 Alexandre Gallenne Universidad de Concepcion CHL Accurate masses and distances of the binary Cepheids S Mus and SU Cyg 8
23 GO 14339 Pierre Kervella Observatoire de Paris FRA The parallax and mass of the binary classical Cepheid V1334 Cyg 2
23 GO 14338 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa ITA Late nebular stage high resolution UV spectroscopy of classical Galactic novae: a benchmark panchromatic archive for nova evolution 2
23 GO 14337 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses for Free-Floating Planetary-Mass Binaries 6
23 GO 14336 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Direct Distance to an Ancient Metal-Poor Star Cluster 2
23 GO 14335 Andreas Kuepper Columbia University in the City of New York USA The Proper Motion of Palomar 5 and its Tidal Tails 3
23 GO 14333 Robert Kirshner Harvard University USA SAINTS: Images of SN 1987A 3
23 GO 14332 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Precision Measurement of the Mass of the Cepheid V350 Sgr 12
23 GO 14331 Jeremy Drake Lockheed Martin Space USA The first mass and angular momentum loss measurements for a CV-like binary 1
23 GO 14330 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric search for Planets in the closest Brown Dwarf Binary system Luhman 16AB 2
23 GO 14329 Martin Weisskopf NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Joint Chandra and HST Monitoring and Studies of the Crab Nebula 4
23 GO 14327 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley USA See Change: Testing time-varying dark energy with z>1 supernovae and their massive cluster hosts 88
23 AR 14326 John Wise Georgia Tech Research Corp. USA Observational Diagnostics for High-Redshift Galaxies with Massive Black Hole Seeds unknown
23 AR 14325 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA Measuring the Upper End of the Supernova Progenitor Mass Distribution in M83 unknown
23 AR 14324 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA Finding and Aging the Population of High-Mass X-ray Binaries in M33 unknown
23 AR 14323 Daniel Welty Space Telescope Science Institute USA An Archival Survey of Trace Neutral Interstellar Species: Comparing Diagnostics of Physical Conditions unknown
23 AR 14322 Laura Watkins Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Finding needles in haystacks: intermediate-mass black holes in Galactic globular clusters unknown
23 AR 14321 Jeff Valenti Space Telescope Science Institute USA Improving UV Continuous Opacities and Model Spectra for Cool Stars unknown
23 AR 14320 Margaret Turnbull SETI Institute USA Characterizing the Galactic and Extragalactic Background of Exoplanet Direct Imaging Targets unknown
23 AR 14319 R. Tully University of Hawaii USA Exploiting the Archive for TRGB Distances unknown
23 AR 14318 Elisa Toloba University of the Pacific USA The Nature of Compact Stellar Systems in Massive Galaxy Clusters Using the Hubble Frontier Fields unknown
23 AR 14317 Jonathan Tan Chalmers University of Technology SWE The Orion Experiment unknown
23 AR 14316 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA Are LBVs in Andromeda as Isolated as LMC LBVs? Critical Test of a Massive Star Paradigm unknown
23 AR 14315 Devin Silvia Michigan State University USA Can thermal instabilities drive galactic precipitation and explain observed circumgalactic structure? unknown
23 AR 14314 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA Spatial Modeling of the Topology of He II Reionization unknown
23 AR 14313 Anil Seth University of Utah USA Black Holes and Central Mass-to-Light Ratios in Low Mass Early-Type Galaxies unknown
23 AR 14312 Jan-Torge Schindler Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU Constraining the Merger Fraction of Quasars with High-Resolution HST Imaging unknown
23 AR 14311 Claudia Scarlata University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Emission Line Galaxy Constraints from HST: Towards Accurate Forecasts for WFIRST and Euclid unknown
23 AR 14310 Gregory Rudnick University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc. USA The role of quenching and merging in shaping the passive galaxy population in distant clusters unknown
23 AR 14309 Alex Parker SETI Institute USA A High-Precision Archival Measurement of the Kuiper Belt Luminosity Function unknown
23 AR 14308 Benjamin Oppenheimer University of Colorado at Boulder USA Characterizing group baryons and galaxies through EAGLE zoom simulations unknown
23 AR 14307 Siang Oh University of California - Santa Barbara USA Turbulent Mixing and Thermal Instability in the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
23 AR 14306 Eric Murphy Associated Universities, Inc. USA Enhancing the Frontier Field Legacy by Combining the Power of HST and the Jansky VLA unknown
23 AR 14305 Leonidas Moustakas Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Nonlinear evolution predictions for dark matter substructure, and predictions for gravitational lensing probes unknown
23 AR 14304 Mireia Montes Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP The intra-cluster light as seen by the Hubble Frontier Fields unknown
23 AR 14303 Bahram Mobasher University of California - Riverside USA Multi-Waveband Photometric Catalogs for the Hubble Frontier Field Clusters and their Parallel Fields unknown
23 AR 14302 Danilo Marchesini Tufts University USA A Legacy Archive Program Providing Optical/NIR-selected Multiwavelength Catalogs and High-level Science Products of the HST Frontier Fields unknown
23 AR 14301 Thomas Madura San Jose State Univ. Research Foundation USA A Robust Method for Modeling 3-D HST/STIS Data Cubes Using Time-Dependent 3-D Simulations unknown
23 AR 14300 Rachael Livermore University of Melbourne AUS Searching for faint high-z galaxies in the Hubble Frontier Fields unknown
23 AR 14299 Neal Katz University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA A New Galactic Wind Model to Better Understand the Implications of QSO Absorption lines unknown
23 AR 14298 Jeyhan Kartaltepe Rochester Institute of Technology USA What Drives Star Formation in Galaxies?: Combining the Strengths of HST and Herschel unknown
23 AR 14297 Alex Hill University of British Columbia CAN Gaseous infall and star formation from redshift 2 to the Milky Way unknown
23 AR 14296 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Archival Investigations of the Local Environments of Supernovae unknown
23 AR 14295 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA The Local Environments of Supernovae from Archival HST Images unknown
23 AR 14294 Yanga Fernandez University of Central Florida Board of Trustees USA Characterizing Outbursts and Nucleus Properties of Comet 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 unknown
23 AR 14293 Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere Northwestern University USA Metallicity and Azimuthal Angle Diagnostics of Inflows and Outflows: Interpreting HST Measurements of Circum-Galactic Gas Flows unknown
23 AR 14292 Cody Dirks Northwestern University USA Investigating the Gas within the Planck Galactic Cold Clumps unknown
23 AR 14291 Neal Dalal Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics CAN Backsplash as a probe of cosmology unknown
23 AR 14290 D. Crenshaw Georgia State University Research Foundation USA What is the Impact of Narrow-Line Region Outflows on AGN Feedback? unknown
23 AR 14289 Michael Cooper University of California - Irvine USA The Faint Galaxy Frontier: Galaxy Formation at the Extremes of Mass and Density in the Deep Fields unknown
23 AR 14288 Yumi Choi NOIRLab - (AZ) USA A New Method to Measure the UV Escape Fraction from Galaxies unknown
23 AR 14287 Ena Choi University of Seoul KOR Triggering and Quenching: simulations and mock observations of Active Galactic Nuclei and their hosts unknown
23 AR 14286 Marios Chatzikos University of Kentucky USA Deciphering the Fossil Record in Quasar Ionization Echoes unknown
23 AR 14285 Daniela Calzetti University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA The Young Star Groups in Dwarf Galaxies unknown
23 AR 14284 Benjamin Cain University of California - Davis USA Measuring the Subhalo Mass Function with Flexion unknown
23 AR 14283 Nell Byler Australian National University AUS Detangling Galaxy Spectra: A Baseline Calibration Using Resolved Stars unknown
23 AR 14282 James Bullock University of California - Irvine USA Simulating Ultra-faint Dwarf Glaxies: The Hallmark of Reionization at the Threshold of Galaxy Formation unknown
23 AR 14281 Alyson Brooks Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Small Statistics No More: a suite of simulated dwarf galaxies to interpret observations unknown
23 AR 14280 Marusa Bradac University of Ljubljana, Dept. of Physics SVN Breaking Cosmic Dawn: Observing the z>~7 Universe Through Cosmic Telescopes unknown
23 AR 14279 Eric Bell University of Michigan USA A model-independent assessment of the effects of dust attenuation at 0.5 unknown
23 AR 14278 Daniel Apai University of Arizona USA Scanning Red Skies: Contribution Functions for Interpreting HST Multi-Layer Observations of Ultracool Atmospheres unknown
23 GO 14277 John Stocke University of Colorado at Boulder USA Probing Hot Gas in Spiral-Rich Galaxy Groups 45
23 GO 14276 Elizabeth Stanway The University of Warwick GBR Understanding the star formation environment of a very low redshift, low luminosity, long Gamma Ray Burst 1
23 GO 14275 Tom Shanks Durham Univ. GBR Tracing the CMB Cold Spot supervoid using HI gas clouds 15
23 GO 14273 Christopher Manser Imperial College of London GBR A highly dynamical debris disc in an evolved planetary system 2
23 GO 14272 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Long-Term Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of a Tidal Disruption Event at only 90 Mpc 10
23 GO 14271 Walter Maksym NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Mapping the Radiative and Kinetic History of Fading AGNs 16
23 GO 14270 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The late time behaviour and environments of the first gravitational wave transients 4
23 GO 14269 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA Just the BASICs: Linking Gas Flows in the Circumgalactic Medium to Galaxies 14
23 GO 14268 Nicolas Lehner University of Notre Dame USA Project AMIGA: Mapping the Circumgalactic Medium of Andromeda 93
23 GO 14267 Laurent Lamy Observatoire de Paris - Section de Meudon FRA The Grand Finale : probing the origin of Saturn s aurorae with HST observations simultaneous to Cassini polar measurements 6
23 GO 14266 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Confirming NGC6946 BH1 - A Black Hole Formed in a Failed Supernova 2
23 GO 14265 Tae-Sun Kim University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Crossing the redshift desert: ionizing background radiation and intergalactic hydrogen at z ~ 1 54
23 GO 14264 Glenn Kacprzak Swinburne University of Technology AUS A New Dual Perspective of Mutli-phase Galaxy Outflows 15
23 GO 14263 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Hubble imaging of a newly discovered active asteroid 2
23 GO 14262 Knud Jahnke Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Are the fastest growing black holes at z=2 caused by major galaxy mergers? 21
23 GO 14261 Dean Hines Space Telescope Science Institute USA Post-Perihelion Imaging Polarimetry of the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with ACS: Continued Support of the Rosetta Mission 16
23 GO 14260 Drake Deming University of Maryland USA A Metallicity and Cloud Survey of Exoplanetary Atmospheres Prior to JWST 111
23 GO 14259 Denija Crnojevic University of Tampa USA Resolved halo substructures beyond the Local Group: the assembly histories of NGC 253 and NGC 5128 20
23 GO 14258 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA The Nature of SPIRITS Mid-Infrared Extragalactic Transients 8
23 GO 14257 Dennis Bodewits Auburn University USA Far UV spectroscopic measurements of the deuterium abundance of comets 10
23 GO 14256 John Biretta Eureka Scientific Inc. USA High-Precision Proper Motions in the M87 Jet 2
23 GO 14255 Sjoert van Velzen Universiteit Leiden NLD A First Look at the Late Stages of Accretion in Tidal Disruption Flares 8
23 GO 14254 Tommaso Treu University of California - Los Angeles USA Accurate cosmography from gravitational time delays: 2.3% on H0 from deep WFC3 images of lensed quasars 22
23 GO 14253 Katalin Takats Universidad Andres Bello CHL Verifying the progenitor identification of the type II-P supernova 2009ib 2
23 GO 14252 Veronica Strazzullo INAF ITA Environmental signatures on galaxy populations in the most massive clusters at z~1.5 14
23 SNAP 14251 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA The Structures of Dwarf Galaxies Hosting Massive Black Holes 61
23 GO 14250 Roberto Mignani INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica ITA The ultraviolet light curve and spectrum of PSR B0540-69, the Crab Twin. 6
23 GO 14249 Roberto Mignani INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica ITA The old pulsar PSR J0108-1431, a key target to understand the long-term evolution of neutron stars 8
23 GO 14248 Michael Koss Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Studying Dual AGN Activity in the Final Merger Stage 8
23 GO 14247 Jimmy Irwin University of Alabama USA Confirmation of an Intermediate-Mass Black Hole in an Extragalactic Globular Cluster 10
23 GO 14246 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation USA The Fastest Rotating Stars 4
23 GO 14245 Miriam Garcia Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP The winds of the most Fe-poor massive stars of the Local Group: Sextans-A 26
23 GO 14244 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Possible Stellar Donor or Remnant for the Type Iax SN 2008ha 8
23 GO 14243 Deirdre Coffey University College Dublin IRL True Jet Rotation Probed in NUV Jet Core 9
23 GO 14242 Nahum Arav Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA Deep Multiwavelength Campaign on an AGN Outflow: Absolute Abundances and the Warm Absorber Connection 9
23 GO 14241 Daniel Apai University of Arizona USA Cloud Atlas: Vertical Cloud Structure and Gravity in Exoplanet and Brown Dwarf Atmospheres 112
23 GO 14240 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Mapping the circumgalactic medium of two large spiral galaxies 28
23 GO 14239 Christy Tremonti University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Direct Imaging of Galactic Winds in Extreme Starburst Galaxies 10
23 GO 14237 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR r-process kilonova emission accompanying short-duration GRBs 12
23 GO 14236 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA The First Proper Motions of Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxies: Probing Reionization and Planar Associations of Satellites 14
23 GO 14235 Sangmo Sohn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Globular Cluster Orbits from HST Proper Motions: Constraining the Formation and Mass of the Milky Way Halo 42
23 GO 14234 Joshua Simon Carnegie Institution of Washington USA The Lowest Luminosity Star-Forming Galaxy 13
23 GO 14233 Adam Schneider United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station USA Taming the Tepid Three 13
23 GO 14232 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA STIS Observations of Metal-Poor Stars: Direct Confrontation with Nucleosynthetic Predictions 20
23 GO 14231 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA The First Detections of Phosphorus, Sulphur, and Zinc in a Bona-Fide Second-Generation Star 18
23 GO 14230 Jane Rigby NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The Ultimate Emission Line Diagnostics Study at z=1.4 20
23 GO 14229 Mark Reynolds The Ohio State University USA Characterizing a Magnetic CV Associated with a PNe via COS UV Spectroscopy 2
23 GO 14228 John Raymond Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Thermal Equilibration and Cosmic-Ray Acceleration in Astrophysical Shocks: UV Spectra of the SN1006 Remnant 15
23 GO 14227 Casey Papovich Texas A & M University USA The CANDELS Lyman-alpha Emission At Reionization (CLEAR) Experiment 130
23 GO 14226 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR Stellar Forensics VII: A post-explosion view of the progenitors of core-collapse supernovae 2
23 GO 14225 Karl Gordon Space Telescope Science Institute USA Small Magellanic Cloud Ultraviolet Dust Extinction: A Focused Study of Four Sightlines Near a Molecular Cloud with Variable 2175 A bumps 4
23 GO 14224 Carme Gallart Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP The lowest mass galaxies with extended star formation history: a new cosmological challenge 13
23 GO 14223 Brenda Frye University of Arizona USA The Planck Dusty Gravitationally Enhanced subMillimeter Sources (GEMS) 12
23 GO 14222 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Full HST coverage of a comet-like exoplanet in transit 12
23 GO 14221 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE HST Confirmation and Characterization of a Potentially Habitable World 5
23 GO 14220 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Mapping the Substellar Mass-Luminosity Relation Down to the L/T Transition 8
23 GO 14219 John Blakeslee NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Homogeneous Distances and Central Profiles for MASSIVE Survey Galaxies with Supermassive Black Holes 34
23 GO 14218 Zach Berta-Thompson University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Atmospheres of Two Low-Mass, Low-Density Exoplanets Transiting a Young Star 40
23 GO 14217 Mark Showalter SETI Institute USA Neptune's Evolving Inner Moons and Ring-Arcs 5
23 GO 14216 Robert Kirshner Harvard University USA RAISIN2: Tracers of cosmic expansion with SN IA in the IR 100
23 GO 14215 Ignacio Trujillo Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP The pristine globular cluster population of the primordial relic galaxy NGC1277 2
23 GO 14214 Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay The University of Warwick GBR The Suppression of Convection in Magnetic White Dwarfs 3
23 GO 14213 Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay The University of Warwick GBR Defining New IR-Bright Flux Standards for Cosmology Applications 4
23 SNAP 14212 Karl Stapelfeldt Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA A Snapshot Imaging Survey of Spitzer-selected Young Stellar Objects in Nearby Star Formation Regions*.t23 120
23 GO 14211 Roberto Soria National Astronomical Observatories of China - NAOC CHN Diagnosing the super-Eddington accretion/outflow regime using the microquasar MQ1 in M83 4
23 GO 14210 Russell Smith Durham Univ. GBR Improved masses for two new low-redshift strong lens galaxies: Do giant ellipticals really have a heavy IMF? 4
23 GO 14209 Brian Siana University of California - Riverside USA The Final UV Frontier: Legacy Near-UV Imaging of the Frontier Fields 48
23 GO 14208 Steve Rodney University of South Carolina USA Frontier Fields Supernova Search 20
23 GO 14207 Aki Roberge NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Inventoring Gas in Debris Disks: UV Spectroscopy of Eta Tel 4
23 GO 14206 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A New Threshold of Precision, 30 micro-arcsecond Parallaxes and Beyond 18
23 GO 14205 Andrew Newman Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Early Quiescent Galaxies Under the Magnifying Glass 4
23 GO 14204 Antonino Milone Universita degli Studi di Padova ITA Multiple stellar populations in two young Large Magellanic Cloud clusters: NGC1755 and NGC1866 8
23 GO 14203 James Miller-Jones Curtin University AUS Confirmation of the First Ultracompact Black Hole X-ray Binary 4
23 GO 14202 Dan Milisavljevic Purdue University USA The Unprecedented Supernova Metamorphosis of SN 2014C 8
23 GO 14201 Sangeeta Malhotra NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Lyman alpha escape in Green Pea galaxies (give peas a chance) 20
23 GO 14200 Jingzhe Ma Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Revealing the host galaxy of a strong Milky Way-type 2175 Angstrom absorber at z = 2.12 3
23 GO 14199 Patrick Kelly University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Refsdal Redux: Precise Measurements of the Reappearance of the First Supernova with Multiple Resolved Images 38
23 GO 14198 Oleg Kargaltsev George Washington University USA Establishing the nature of the far-UV emission from the double pulsar. 4
23 GO 14197 Christian Johnson Space Telescope Science Institute USA NGC 6273: Towards Understanding a New Class of Galactic Globular Clusters 4
23 GO 14196 Gregory Herczeg Peking University CHN The Very Low Mass Object FW Tau b: An Edge-on Brown Dwarf Disk or a Planet Caught in Formation? 3
23 GO 14195 John Gizis University of Delaware USA Cloud Evolution on Uranus with K2 and HST 6
23 GO 14194 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Precision Masses and Distances of Classical Cepheids 7
23 GO 14193 Catherine Espaillat Boston University USA Footprints of the Magnetosphere: the Star- Disk Connection in T Tauri Stars 20
23 GO 14192 Michal Drahus Uniwersytet Jagiellonski POL Hubble Close-Up of the Disrupting Asteroid P/2012 F5 6
23 GO 14191 Andrew Cole University of Tasmania AUS The Star Formation History and Proper Motion of NGC 6822 7
23 GO 14190 Nuria Calvet University of Michigan USA Trickles of Accretion: Catching a Final Glimpse of Gas in the Disk 11
23 GO 14189 Adam Bolton NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Quantifying Cold Dark Matter Substructure with a Qualitatively New Gravitational Lens Sample 21
23 GO 14188 Beth Biller University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Exometeorology: Characterizing Weather on a Young Free-Floating Planet 5
23 GO 14187 Vivienne Baldassare Washington State University USA Studying the nuclear morphology of a dwarf galaxy with a 50, 000 solar mass black hole 3
23 GO 14186 Heddy Arab Universite de Strasbourg I FRA Mapping dust extinction properties across the IC 63 photodissociation region 4
23 GO 14185 Ran Wang Peking University CHN Imaging the extended star formation in the host galaxy of a millimeter bright quasar at z=6.13ii 6
23 GO 14184 David Rupke Rhodes College USA A Local Benchmark for High-Redshift Feedback 8
23 GO 14183 Blagoy Rangelov Texas State University USA The intermediate-age cluster GLIMPSE-C01 1
23 GO 14182 Thomas Puzia Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile CHL The Coma Cluster Core Project 63
23 SNAP 14181 Tom Megeath University of Toledo USA A Snapshot WFC3 IR Survey of Spitzer/Hershel-Identified Protostars in Nearby Molecular Clouds 312
23 GO 14180 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA The wind of ksi Per: a tomographic view of stellar wind dynamics 11
23 GO 14179 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA FUVB Flat Fields for the COS FUV Blue Modes 2
23 GO 14177 Chun-Fan Liu Academia Sinica, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics TWN Identifying Ionization Mechanisms through Spatially-Resolved Neon Emission in the Jets of Sz 102 2
23 GO 14176 Gerard Kriss Space Telescope Science Institute USA Measuring Absolute Abundances in NGC 5548 and Definitively Linking the UV and X-ray Outflows 9
23 GO 14175 Paul Goudfrooij Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolving the Nature of the Stellar Halo of the Sombrero, the Nearest Giant Early-Type Spiral Galaxy 19
23 GO 14174 Paul Goudfrooij Space Telescope Science Institute USA Probing Extended Star Formation in the Young Massive Cluster NGC 1850 2
23 GO 14173 Steven Federman University of Toledo USA A Multiwavelength Study of the Nature of Diffuse Atomic and Molecular Gas 12
23 GO 14172 Brendan Bowler University of Texas at Austin USA Imaging Accreting Protoplanets in the Young Cluster IC 348 12
23 GO 14171 Guangtun Zhu The Johns Hopkins University USA Characterizing the Circumgalactic Medium of Luminous Red Galaxies 33
23 GO 14170 Eva Wuyts Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik DEU A Complete Census: Mapping the Lya Emission and Stellar Continuum in a Lensed Main-Sequence Galaxy at z=2.39 Hosting an AGN-driven Nuclear Outflow 5
23 GO 14169 Hannah Wakeford University of Bristol GBR Measuring the absolute H2O abundance of WASP-39b's atmosphere 5
23 GO 14168 Daniel Stark University of Arizona USA COS Views of He II Emitting Star Forming Galaxies: Preparing for the JWST Era 20
23 GO 14167 Edward Shaya University of Maryland USA Draining the Local Void 5
23 GO 14166 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA Whimper of a Bang: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011fe 13
23 GO 14165 Stella Seitz Universitats-Sternwarte Munchen DEU Revealing the largest gravitational lens PLCK G287.0+32.9 8
23 GO 14164 Ata Sarajedini Florida Atlantic University USA Exploring the nature and synchronicity of early cluster formation in the Local Group 54
23 SNAP 14163 Mickael Rigault Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin DEU Honing Type Ia Supernovae as Distance Indicators, Exploiting Environmental Bias for H0 and w. 136
23 GO 14162 Katja Poppenhaeger Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU The magnetic activity puzzle of the super-earth host star KOI-314 1
23 GO 14161 Ruth Peterson SETI Institute USA The Intersection of Atomic Physics and Astrophysics: Identifying UV Fe I Lines from Metal-Poor Turnoff Stars 74
23 GO 14160 John O'Meara California Association for Research in Astronomy (CARA) USA A 100 million-fold increase in the measured sizes of neutral gas reservoirs in the early Universe 21
23 GO 14159 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Monitoring an Internal Shock Collision in Action in 3C 264 3
23 GO 14158 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Mapping the kpc-scale Velocity Structure of Jets with HST 14
23 GO 14157 Kevin Luhman The Pennsylvania State University USA Testing Model Atmospheres with the Coldest Known Brown Dwarf 18
23 GO 14156 Adam Leroy The Ohio State University USA An Ionizing Photon Rate Map of NGC 6946 8
23 GO 14155 Jason Kalirai The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Using Stellar Evolution as a Clock to Watch the Dynamical Evolution of a Globular Cluster 5
23 GO 14154 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA First imaging polarization study of Fomalhaut's 140 AU dust belt 7
23 GO 14153 John Hughes Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Measuring the Mass of El Gordo to Near the Virial Radius 8
23 GO 14152 Pierre Guillard CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris FRA Hot gas cooling and turbulence in the 3C326N radio-galaxy 5
23 GO 14151 Anna Frebel Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Constraining Pop III supernova energies and the formation of the first low-mass stars with the iron-poor star HE1327-2326 (with [Fe/H] = -5.4) 29
23 GO 14150 Morgan Fraser University College Dublin IRL Searching for the disappearance of the progenitor of the unique SN 2009ip 2
23 SNAP 14149 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Continuing a Snapshot Survey of the Sites of Recent, Nearby Supernovae 35
23 GO 14148 Eiichi Egami University of Arizona USA Near-IR Imaging of Three Spectacular Lensed Submillimeter Galaxies Discovered by the Herschel Lensing Survey 5
23 GO 14147 Hui Dong SETI Institute USA Opening a New Window towards the Nuclear Star Cluster in the Milky Way 5
23 GO 14146 Stephen Lawrence Hofstra University USA Light Echoes and Environment of SN 2014J in M82 5
23 GO 14145 Hsiao-Wen Chen University of Chicago USA Characterizing Circumgalactic Gas around Passive Galaxies 33
23 GO 14144 Peter Brown Texas A & M University USA An Ultraviolet View of Overluminous Type Ia Supernonovae 7
23 GO 14143 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Probing the nature and evolution of the oldest known planetary system through Lyman-alpha observations 18
23 GO 14142 Loic Albert Universite de Montreal CAN Direct Test of the Brown Dwarf Evolutionary Models Through Secondary Eclipse Spectroscopy of LHS 6343 5
23 SNAP 14141 Guy Worthey Washington State University USA NGSL Extension 1. Hot Stars and Evolved Stars 70
23 GO 14140 Jessica Werk University of Washington USA Using UV-bright Milky Way Halo Stars to Probe Star-Formation Driven Winds as a Function of Disk Scale Height 30
23 GO 14139 Lifan Wang Texas A & M University USA Imaging Polarimetry of Light Echoes around SN 2014J 16
23 GO 14138 Kohji Tsumura Tokyo City University JPN Absolute Measurement of the Cosmic Near-Infrared Background Using Eclipsed Galilean Satellites as Occulters 12
23 GO 14137 Lorrie Straka Universiteit Leiden NLD Damped Lyman-alpha Systems in the Disks of Low-z SDSS Galaxies on Top of QSOs 20
23 GO 14136 Bruno Sicardy Observatoire de Paris FRA Search for material around Chiron 3
23 GO 14135 Gordon Richards Drexel University USA Are High-Redshift Spectroscopic Black Hole Mass Estimates Biased? 25
23 GO 14134 Swara Ravindranath Catholic University of America USA Spectral Diagnostics for the Reionization Era: Exploring the Semi-Forbidden CIII] Emission in Low Metallicity Green Pea Galaxies 18
23 GO 14133 David Polishook Weizmann Institute of Science ISR Establishing an evolutionary sequence for disintegrated minor planets 6
23 GO 14132 Mark Peacock Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The spatial distribution of hot stellar populations in M31's globular clusters 12
23 GO 14131 Ivana Orlitova Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Astron CZE Origin of double peaks in Lyman-alpha spectra: diffuse halos or Lyman continuum leakage? 18
23 GO 14130 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA Down the Tubes: Vetting the Apparent Water-rich Parent Body being Accreted by the White Dwarf GD 16 5
23 GO 14128 Mark Hollands University of Sheffield GBR The dawn of rocky planet formation 8
23 GO 14127 Michele Fumagalli Universita di Milano-Bicocca ITA First Measurement of the Small Scale Structure of Circumgalactic Gas via Grism Spectra of Close Quasar Pairs 55
23 GO 14126 Zachary Edwards Louisiana State University and A & M College USA Startlingly fast evolution of the Stingray Nebula 2
23 GO 14125 Matthew Darnley Liverpool John Moores University GBR A Remarkable Recurrent Nova in M31: The Leading Single Degenerate Supernova Ia Progenitor Candidate(?) 20
23 GO 14124 Matteo Correnti INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA Pushing to Sub-Gyr Globular Cluster Ages: the IR CMD of NGC 6397 1
23 GO 14123 James Colbert California Institute of Technology USA Does All The Lyman Continuum Emission Escape From Young, Low Mass Starbursts? 26
23 GO 14122 Lise Christensen University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK Unveiling stellar populations in absorption-selected galaxies 20
23 GO 14121 Edward Cackett Wayne State University USA Probing the accretion disk in the Seyfert 1 NGC 4593 27
23 GO 14120 Jarle Brinchmann Universidade do Porto PRT He II emission as a tracer of ultra-low metallicity and massive star evolution 24
23 SNAP 14119 Luciana Bianchi The Johns Hopkins University USA Understanding Stellar Evolution of Intermediate-Mass Stars from a New Sample of SiriusB-Like Binaries 104
23 GO 14118 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA The end of the White Dwarf Cooling Sequences of Omega Centauri 66
23 GO 14117 Siyi Xu NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A Young White Dwarf with an Infrared Excess: Dust Disk or Substellar Companion? 1
23 GO 14116 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA A Search for A Light Echo from Supernova 2013ej 2
23 GO 14115 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA The Stellar Origins of Supernovae 4
23 GO 14114 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA A Wide-Field WFC3 Imaging Survey in the COSMOS Field 57
23 GO 14113 Lawrence Sromovsky University of Wisconsin - Madison USA Methane Distribution and Transport in the Active Atmosphere of Uranus 4
23 GO 14112 William Sparks SETI Institute USA Monitoring the ice plumes of Europa 6
23 GO 14111 Edward Sion Villanova University USA The SN Ia Candidate T Pyxidis: The Mystery of its High Accretion Rate 4
23 GO 14110 David Sing The Johns Hopkins University USA Charaterizing the atmosphere of the enlarged Neptune-mass planet HAT-P-26b 10
23 GO 14109 Yue Shen University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA Host galaxy properties of z>~0.3 broad-line AGN with direct black hole masses from reverberation mapping 21
23 GO 14108 John Salzer Indiana University System USA The Intriguing Case of the (Almost) Dark Galaxy AGC 229385 2
23 GO 14107 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The Primordial Binary Fraction in Trumpler 14: Frequency and Multiplicity Parameters 5
23 GO 14106 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Probing Ceres' exosphere and water vapor outgassing 5
23 GO 14105 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Observing Jupiter's FUV auroras near Juno orbit insertion 47
23 GO 14104 Jesus Maiz Apellaniz Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP The optical-UV extinction law in 30 Doradus 10
23 GO 14103 Jian-Yang Li Sun Yat-Sen University CHN Born Small or Gone Small - Determining the Evolutionary State of Comet 252P/LINEAR during its Close Approach to Earth 6
23 GO 14102 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA The II Zw 40 Supernebula: 30 Doradus on Steroids 4
23 GO 14100 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA A Direct Imaging Experiment to Determine the Origin of H2 Emission from M dwarf Exoplanetary Systems 8
23 GO 14099 Thomas Evans-Soma University of Newcastle AUS Measuring the L-T transition for a warm Saturn exoplanet 15
23 SNAP 14098 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Beyond MACS: A Snapshot Survey of the Most Massive Clusters of Galaxies at z>0.5 132
23 GO 14096 Dan Coe Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA RELICS: Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey 190
23 SNAP 14095 Gabriel Brammer University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute DNK Calibrating the Dusty Cosmos: Extinction Maps of Nearby Galaxies 117
23 GO 14094 Vincent Bourrier University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Characterization of the extended atmosphere and the nature of the hot super-Earth 55 Cnc e and the warm Jupiter 55 Cnc b 13
23 GO 14093 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA Stellar Populations and Physical Conditions at ~100 pc Resolution in a Lensed Galaxy at z ~ 4 2
23 GO 14092 Susan Benecchi Planetary Science Institute USA Collisional Processing in the Kuiper Belt and Long-Range KBO Observations by New Horizons 19
23 GO 14091 Aaron Barth University of California - Irvine USA Bulge structure and kinematics in an extreme spiral galaxy hosting megaparsec-scale radio jets. 2
23 GO 14090 Gilda Ballester University of Arizona USA New FUV diagnostics of the atmosphere of the hot-Jupiter HD 209458b with HST/COS 12
23 GO 14089 Paul Strom The University of Warwick GBR Far-UV observations of H, C, N and O in exocomets of Beta Pic 7
23 GO 14088 Eros Vanzella INAF-Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio ITA Unveiling the Lyman continuum morphology with HST 29
23 GO 14086 Jay Strader Michigan State University USA Dynamical Confirmation of a Stellar-mass Black Hole in the Globular Cluster M62 11
23 GO 14085 Philipp Richter Universitat Potsdam DEU Circumgalactic gas at its extreme - the absorption properties of interacting galaxies 10
23 GO 14084 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA Connecting Earth with its Galactic Environment: Probing Our Interstellar Past Along the Historical Solar Trajectory 14
23 GO 14083 Ismael Perez-Fournon Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP The nature and environment of the most luminous starburst galaxies at redshift > 5 6
23 GO 14082 Dan Maoz Tel Aviv University - Wise Observatory ISR Connecting white dwarf rotation and debris accretion 10
23 GO 14081 Thierry Lanz Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur FRA Probing Supernovae Chemical Yields in Low Metallicity Environments with UV Spectroscopy of Magellanic Cloud B-type Stars 35
23 GO 14080 Anne Jaskot Williams College USA LyC, Ly-alpha, and Low Ions in Green Peas: Diagnostics of Optical Depth, Geometry, and Outflows 50
23 GO 14079 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE Unveiling the Dark Baryons II: the First Sample of OVI Emission Imaging 32
23 GO 14078 Jonathan Hargis Space Telescope Science Institute USA New Faint Galaxies at the Local Group's Edge: Antlia B and Five Candidate Ultra-Faint Dwarfs 6
23 SNAP 14077 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR The frequency and chemical composition of rocky planetary debris around young white dwarfs: Plugging the last gaps 75
23 GO 14076 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR An HST legacy ultraviolet spectroscopic survey of the 13pc white dwarf sample 67
23 GO 14075 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Long-Lost Companions: A Search for the Binary Secondaries of Three Nearby Supernovae 9
23 GO 14074 Roger Cohen Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Opening the Window on Galaxy Assembly: Ages and Structural Parameters of Globular Clusters Towards the Galactic Bulge 32
23 GO 14073 Martha Boyer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Assessing the Impact of Metallicity on Stellar Dust Production 14
23 GO 14072 Martha Boyer Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Evolution of Metal-rich Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars 20
23 GO 14071 Sanchayeeta Borthakur Arizona State University USA How are HI Disks Fed? Probing Condensation at the Disk-Halo Interface 100
23 GO 14070 Philip Bennett Dalhousie University CAN A Red Supergiant Mass Accurate to 1% 2
23 GO 14069 Nate Bastian Donostia International Physics Center ESP Searching For Multiple Populations in Massive Young and Intermediate Age Clusters 25
23 GO 14068 Robert Barrows University of Colorado at Boulder USA Resolving the Nuclear Regions of Confirmed Offset AGN 10
23 GO 14067 Chris Ahn University of Utah USA Searching for a Supermassive Black Hole in the Brightest Ultracompact Dwarf Galaxy 1
23 GO 14066 Angela Adamo Stockholm University SWE Hi-PEEC, Hubble imaging Probe of Extreme Environments and Clusters 21
23 GO 14062 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Fifth and Final Epoch 7
23 GO 14060 Roberto Soria National Astronomical Observatories of China - NAOC CHN A huge ULX bubble in NGC 5585 5
23 GO 14059 Roberto Soria National Astronomical Observatories of China - NAOC CHN State transitions of the ULX in M83 3
23 GO 14057 Fabien Grise Universite de Strasbourg I FRA Changes in the X-ray irradiation of an ultraluminous X-ray source 8
23 GO 14054 Ehud Behar MIT Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research USA Tracking Down the Ionized Outflow of NGC 7469 14
22 GO 14052 Michael Cushing University of Toledo USA A Spitzer/HST Case Study of Weather on a Y Dwarf 14
22 GO 14051 Jacqueline Radigan Utah Valley University USA Constraining Dust Hazes at the L/T Transition via Variability 6
22 GO 14050 Laura Kreidberg Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Exploring the Frontiers of Exoplanet Atmosphere Dynamics with NASA's Great Observatories 31
22 GO 14049 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Dust to Dust: Monitoring the Evolution of the New Class of Self-Obscured Transient 4
22 GO 14048 Catherine Espaillat Boston University USA Exploring the Dust-Gas Connection in the Protoplanetary Disk of GM Aur 4
22 GO 14047 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA Confirming the AGN in a Low-Metallicity Dwarf Galaxy with the HSA and HST 2
22 GO 14046 Sarah Burke-Spolaor West Virginia University Research Corporation USA Testing for a Recoiling Supermassive Black Hole in the Giant Core of BCG 2261 8
22 GO 14045 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Longitude-resolved maps of Uranus's radio emission 2
22 GO 14044 Imke de Pater University of California - Berkeley USA Longitude-resolved maps of Neptune's radio emission 2
22 GO 13951 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Burst of the Century 5
22 GO 13950 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Astrophysics of the Most Energetic Gamma-Ray Bursts 11
22 GO 13949 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD A Chandra/HST survey of dark gamma-ray bursts 4
22 GO 13948 Cristian Saez University of Maryland USA CONSTRAINING THE WIND-SHIELD SCENARIO OF PG 2112+059 2
22 GO 13947 Julia Lee Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA An X-ray, UV, and radio probe of the PG 1211+143 inflow-outflow dynamics 4
22 GO 13946 Roopesh Ojha NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The very unusual gamma-ray source PMNJ1603-4904 and its neighbors 1
22 GO 13945 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Solving the X-ray Origin Problem in Large-scale Jets with Chandra and Fermi Observations 4
22 GO 13944 Jenny Greene Princeton University USA Extended X-ray Emission From A Quasar-Driven Superbubble 1
22 GO 13943 Amy Reines Montana State University - Bozeman USA Probing the Growth of Massive Black Holes in Dwarf Galaxies with Chandra and HST 8
22 GO 13942 Mark Peacock Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Does the IMF vary with galaxy mass? The X-ray binary population of a key galaxy, NGC7457 2
22 GO 13941 Eleonora Troja Universita di Roma Tor Vergata ITA IDENTIFY THE SIGNATURE OF NEUTRON STAR MERGERS THROUGH RAPID CHANDRA/HUBBLE OBSERVATIONS OF A SHORT GRB 4
22 GO 13940 Matt Brorby University of Iowa USA X-RAYS FROM GREEN PEA ANALOGS 2
22 GO 13939 Jon Miller University of Michigan USA The nature of the transient X-ray binary Swift J1910.2-0546 2
22 GO 13938 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Centauri at a Crossroads 4
22 GO 13934 Carey Lisse The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Chandra and Hubble observations of Comet Siding Spring's Encounter with Mars 10
22 SNAP 13928 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA HST and Gaia, Light and Distance 34
22 AR 13925 Maureen Teyssier Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Interpreting Resolved Stellar Populations in Local Group Dwarfs: Results from Cosmological Simulations unknown
22 AR 13924 Nicolas Tejos Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso CHL The intergalactic medium in the cosmic web unknown
22 AR 13923 Stephen Zepf Michigan State University USA Use of Wide-Field ACS Mosaics to Determine Total Properties of Globular Cluster Systems unknown
22 AR 13922 Andrew Robinson Rochester Institute of Technology USA Do Supermassive Black Holes really reside at the centers of their host galaxies? unknown
22 AR 13921 Mark Fardal Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Simulating the Impact of a Recent Merger on M31's Disk unknown
22 AR 13920 Yu Lu Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Testing Feedback Models of Galaxy Formation Using COS-Halos Survey Data unknown
22 AR 13919 Molly Peeples Space Telescope Science Institute USA MAST Interface to Synthetic Telescopes with yt {MISTY}: Observing Simulations of the Intergalactic Medium unknown
22 AR 13918 Caroline Morley University of Texas at Austin USA A New Approach to Understanding Brown Dwarf Weather unknown
22 AR 13917 Cameron Hummels California Institute of Technology USA The COS Cold Absorber Puzzle: Understanding the Metallicity and Phase of the Circumgalactic Medium unknown
22 AR 13916 Eric Blackman University of Rochester USA Triggered Star Formation From Shock to Disk unknown
22 AR 13915 Massimo Meneghetti INAF-Osservatorio di Astrofisica e Scienza dello Spazio ITA Simulating HST observations of strong lensing clusters unknown
22 AR 13914 Gary Ferland University of Kentucky USA What AGN revergeration maps tell us: plasma simulations of dense accreting gas unknown
22 AR 13913 Steven Penton University of Colorado at Boulder USA The Search for Diffuse Intergalactic and Circumgalactic Emission with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph unknown
22 AR 13912 David Wake University of North Carolina Asheville USA Identifiying the Progenitors of Massive Early-type Galaxies: A Complete Census of the Properties of S2CLS Submillimeter Selected Galaxies unknown
22 AR 13911 Travis Barman University of Arizona USA Modeling the Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation from M dwarfs unknown
22 AR 13910 Aaron Geller Northwestern University USA Modeling the Origins of Sub-subgiant Stars unknown
22 AR 13909 John Forbes Flatiron Institute USA Predictive Simulations of Metals Ejected from Galaxies in Galactic Winds unknown
22 AR 13908 Jeremy Bailin University of Alabama USA A Clumpy Model for Self-Enrichment in Globular Clusters unknown
22 AR 13907 Mariska Kriek Leiden Observatory NLD Maximizing the Impact of CANDELS: Rest-frame Optical Spectroscopy of 2000 Galaxies at 1.4 unknown
22 AR 13906 Desika Narayanan University of Florida USA Cold Galaxies on FIRE: Modeling the Most Luminous Starbursts in the Universe with Cosmological Zoom Simulations unknown
22 AR 13905 Brian Siana University of California - Riverside USA Quantifying Bursty Star Formation and Dust Extinction in Dwarf Galaxies at 0.75 < z < 1.5 unknown
22 AR 13904 Piero Madau University of California - Santa Cruz USA SIMULATING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AND THE CYCLE OF BARYONS IN AND OUT OF GALAXIES unknown
22 AR 13903 Matthew McQuinn University of Washington USA quasar lifetimes and helium reionization from HeII proximity zones unknown
22 AR 13902 Justin Ely Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The Lightcurve Legacy of COS and STIS unknown
22 AR 13901 Morgan Fouesneau Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU A Legacy Magellanic Clouds Star Clusters Sample for the Calibration of Stellar Evolution Models unknown
22 AR 13900 Guy Worthey Washington State University USA Stellar Evolutionary Isochrones for Galaxy Evolution unknown
22 AR 13899 Phillip Stancil University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. USA An H2/HD Collisional Excitation Database from High-Dimensional Quantum Dynamics Calculations: Benchmarking Interstellar STIS/COS observations unknown
22 AR 13898 Nathan Kaib University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA The Influence of Stellar Companions on Fomalhaut's Planetary System unknown
22 AR 13897 Annalisa Pillepich Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU Clusters of Galaxies in the last 5 Billion Years: from the Brightest Cluster Galaxy to the Intra-Cluster Light unknown
22 AR 13896 Andrew Benson Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Going out with a bang or a whimper? Star formation and quenching in the Local Group's satellite galaxies unknown
22 AR 13895 John Wise Georgia Tech Research Corp. USA Revealing the Properties of the Frontier Fields Galaxies unknown
22 AR 13894 Joseph Burchett New Mexico State University USA A Deep Survey of Low-Redshift Absorbers and Their Connections with Galaxies: Probing the Roles of Dwarfs, Satellites, and Large-Scale Environment unknown
22 AR 13893 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA The spectral shape of the ionizing extragalactic background radiation at z ~ 0 unknown
22 AR 13892 Adam Frank University of Rochester USA The Reel Deal In 3D: The Spatio-Temporal Evolution of YSO Jets unknown
22 AR 13891 Yicheng Guo University of Missouri - Columbia USA Mining the Treasuries: Dwarf Galaxies at 0.5 < z < 1 as Lynchpins for Galaxy Formation and Feedback unknown
22 AR 13890 Monica Valluri University of Michigan USA Quantifying the Bias in the Masses of Supermassive Black Holes in Barred Galaxies unknown
22 AR 13889 Jennifer Lotz Space Telescope Science Institute USA Galaxy Mergers, AGN, and Quenching in z > 1 Proto-Clusters unknown
22 AR 13888 Michael Boylan-Kolchin University of Texas at Austin USA Star Formation Histories of Dwarf Galaxies: Keys to Galaxy Formation and Dark Matter Structure unknown
22 AR 13887 Greg Snyder Space Telescope Science Institute USA Observing the Origins of Galaxy Structure in the Illustris Simulation unknown
22 AR 13886 Asantha Cooray University of California - Irvine USA Behind the Mask: Are First-Light Galaxies or Intrahalo-Light Stars Dominating the Unresolved IR background Fluctuations? unknown
22 AR 13885 Nolan Walborn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Comparative Precise Parameters for OB Stars in Three Galaxies unknown
22 AR 13884 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA The Origins of Germanium and the Transition to Neutron-Capture Nucleosynthesis unknown
22 AR 13883 Hilke Schlichting University of California - Los Angeles USA Probing sub-km-sized Kuiper Belt Objects with Stellar Occultations unknown
22 AR 13882 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Masses of M31 Supernova Remnant Progenitors unknown
22 AR 13881 Nuria Calvet University of Michigan USA The formation of Lyman alpha fluorescent H2 lines in protoplanetary disks surrounding young solar mass stars unknown
22 AR 13880 David Syphers Eastern Washington University USA The First Direct Measurement of the 2-3 Rydberg Quasar Continuum for a Statistical Sample unknown
22 AR 13879 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA The s-process contribution to rare, heavy elements unknown
22 AR 13878 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Unearthing a Treasure Trove of Ultraviolet Galaxy Spectra unknown
22 AR 13877 Rogier Windhorst Arizona State University USA Project ALCATRAZ: Archival Lyman-Continuum and Theoretical Reionization Analysis vs. z: Where, When, How & How Much does LyC Escape? unknown
22 GO 13876 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA HST Observations of Astrophysically Important Visual Binaries 3
22 GO 13875 Gabor Worseck Private Company DEU A Potential Paradigm Shift in our Understanding of Helium Reionization 24
22 GO 13874 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Using Hubble to Measure Volatile Abundances and the D/H Ratio in a Bright ToO Comet 10
22 GO 13873 Darin Ragozzine Brigham Young University USA The Intriguing Formation of Haumea's Satellites 3
22 GO 13872 Pascal Oesch University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE The GOODS UV Legacy Fields: A Full Census of Faint Star-Forming Galaxies at z~0.5-2 132
22 GO 13871 Pascal Oesch University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE A Spectroscopic Redshift for the Most Luminous Galaxy Candidate at z~10 12
22 GO 13869 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Pinpointing the location and host of the candidate tidal disruption Swift J1112.3-8238 1
22 GO 13868 Dale Kocevski Colby College USA Are Compton-Thick AGN the Missing Link Between Mergers and Black Hole Growth? 25
22 GO 13867 Mansi Kasliwal California Institute of Technology USA Testing a Globular Cluster Origin for Elusive Calcium-rich Gap Transients 4
22 GO 13866 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Determining the Nature and Origin of Mass Loss from Active Asteroid P/2013 P5 10
22 GO 13865 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Determining the Nature and Origin of Mass Loss from Active Asteroid P/2013 R3 10
22 GO 13864 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Hubble Imaging of a Newly Discovered Active Asteroid 2
22 GO 13863 Dean Hines Space Telescope Science Institute USA Imaging Polarimetry of the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko with ACS: Supporting the Rosetta Mission 21
22 GO 13862 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA Measuring the Impact of Starbursts on the Circum-Galactic Medium 49
22 GO 13861 Edward Guinan Villanova University USA HST/COS FUV Spectrophotometry of the Key Binary Solar Twins 16 Cyg A&B: Astrophysical Laboratories for the Future Sun and Older Solar Analogs 12
22 GO 13860 Mario Gennaro Space Telescope Science Institute USA Investigating the low-mass slope and possible turnover in the LMC IMF 12
22 GO 13859 Luca Fossati Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences AUT Unveiling the circumstellar environment of the most extreme hot-Jupiters 6
22 GO 13858 Annalisa De Cia European Southern Observatory (ESO) DEU The environment of the rarest and most energetic supernovae: do pair-instability explosions exist in the nearby Universe? 4
22 GO 13857 Julianne Dalcanton University of Washington USA Emission Line Stars in Andromeda 12
22 GO 13856 Denija Crnojevic University of Tampa USA Resolving the faint end of the satellite luminosity function for the nearest elliptical Centaurus A 15
22 GO 13855 Elodie Choquet CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA STIS Coronagraphy of a Debris Disk Newly Discovered Around a Young M Dwarf 4
22 GO 13853 Stephen Cenko NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA UV Spectroscopy of Newly Discovered Tidal Disruption Flares 16
22 GO 13852 Rongmon Bordoloi North Carolina State University USA How Galaxy Mergers Affect Their Environment: Mapping the Multiphase Circumgalactic Medium of Close Kinematic Pairs 34
22 GO 13851 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA The Origin of Intermediate-Luminosity Red Transients 4
22 GO 13850 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Old White Dwarf Stein 2051B through Astrometric Microlensing 1
22 GO 13849 Pierre Kervella Observatoire de Paris FRA The parallax and mass of the binary classical Cepheid V1334 Cyg 2
22 GO 13848 Selma de Mink Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU Massive Stars and their Siblings: the Extreme End of the Companion Mass Function 2
22 GO 13847 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Determining the Mass of Proxima Centauri through Astrometric Microlensing 8
22 GO 13846 Todd Tripp University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA The COS Absorption Survey of Baryon Harbors (CASBaH): Probing the Circumgalactic Media of Galaxies from z = 0 to z = 1.5 99
22 GO 13845 Adam Muzzin York University CAN Resolved H-alpha Maps of Star-forming Galaxies in Distant Clusters: Towards a Physical Model of Satellite Galaxy Quenching 38
22 GO 13844 Bret Lehmer University of Arkansas Main Campus USA Unveiling the Black Hole Growth Mechanisms in the Protocluster Environment at z ~ 3 12
22 GO 13843 Michael Koss Eureka Scientific Inc. USA A Candidate Recoiling Black Hole in a Nearby Dwarf Galaxy 4
22 GO 13842 Fred Hamann University of California - Riverside USA Testing the Youth and Transition Object Status of FeLoBAL Quasars 10
22 GO 13841 Alexandre Gallenne Universidad de Concepcion CHL Accurate masses and distances of the binary Cepheids S Mus and SU Cyg 8
22 GO 13840 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Smith Cloud: Galactic or Extragalactic? 9
22 GO 13839 Emanuele Farina NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA The Lyman Alpha Extended Halo of a Quasar at z>6 6
22 GO 13838 Xuan Fang National Astronomical Observatories of China - NAOC CHN UV Mapping of the Shocks in the Extremely Collimated Outflows of the Proto-Planetary Nebula Hen 3-1475 2
22 GO 13836 Margherita Giustini European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD Unveiling the X-ray/UV Connection in AGN Winds: the PG 1126-041 Case Study 2
22 GO 13834 Roeland van der Marel Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Proper Motion Field along the Magellanic Bridge: a New Probe of the LMC-SMC interaction 17
22 GO 13833 Nicolas Tejos Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso CHL Characterizing the cool and warm-hot intergalactic medium in clusters at z < 0.4 53
22 GO 13832 Nicolas Tejos Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso CHL Absorption in the Cosmic Web: Characterizing the Intergalactic Medium in Cosmological Filaments 4
22 GO 13831 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR GRB hosts and the search for missing star formation at high redshift 20
22 GO 13830 Nial Tanvir University of Leicester GBR r-process kilonova emission accompanying short-duration GRBs 12
22 GO 13829 William Sparks SETI Institute USA The ice plumes of Europa 10
22 GO 13828 Steven Shore Universita di Pisa ITA Late nebular stage high resolution UV spectroscopy of classical Galactic novae: a benchmark panchromatic archive for nova evolution 13
22 GO 13827 Ian Roederer North Carolina State University USA A New Opportunity to Detect Iron in the Most Iron-Poor Star Known 10
22 GO 13826 Massimo Robberto Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Orion Nebula Cluster as a Paradigm of Star Formation 52
22 GO 13825 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR Stellar Forensics VI: A post-explosion view of the progenitor of SN 2012aw 2
22 GO 13824 Wolfgang Kerzendorf Michigan State University USA SN 2011fe - tackling the Type Ia progenitor puzzle through extremely late time photometry 7
22 GO 13823 Raphael Gobat Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso CHL A complete census of galaxy activity in a massive z>1.5 cluster: probing the SF-density relation down to the low M* regime 5
22 GO 13822 Gaston Folatelli Instituto de Astrofisica de La Plata (IALP) ARG iPTF13bvn: First identification of the progenitor of a Type Ib supernova 4
22 GO 13821 Andrew Fabian University of Cambridge GBR H-alpha Filaments and Feedback in NGC4696 at the centre of the Centaurus cluster 13
22 GO 13820 David Ehrenreich University of Geneva, Department of Astronomy CHE Search for an evaporating ocean on the super-Earth HD 97658b 15
22 GO 13819 Trent Dupuy University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Dynamical Masses for Free-Floating Planetary-Mass Binaries 6
22 GO 13818 Zheng Cai Tsinghua University CHN Probing Quasar Host Galaxy of a Quasar at z=2.1 with Damped Lyman Alpha System as Coronagraph 6
22 GO 13817 Thomas Brown Space Telescope Science Institute USA A Direct Distance to an Ancient Metal-Poor Star Cluster 2
22 GO 13816 Misty Bentz Georgia State University Research Foundation USA High-Resolution Imaging of Active Galaxies with Direct Black Hole Mass Measurements 14
22 GO 13815 Giovanni Miniutti Centro de Astrobiologia (CSIC/INTA) Inst. Nac. de Tec. Aero. ESP Early evolution of AGN X-ray coronae and the X-ray, BLR, disc-wind connection 3
22 GO 13814 Anna Lia Longinotti Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) MEX The rise of an ionized outflow in the X-ray and UV spectra of the NLS1 Mrk 335 7
22 GO 13813 Sean Farrell University of Sydney AUS Mapping the Broad-band Spectrum of a New Candidate Intermediate Mass Black Hole 3
22 GO 13812 Jacobo Ebrero ESA-European Space Astronomy Centre ESP Tomography of the innermost regions of NGC 985 10
22 GO 13811 Elisa Costantini Space Research Organization Netherlands NLD Feedback in action in the type 1 Seyfert IZw 1 8
22 GO 13810 Robert Kirshner Harvard University USA SAINTS: Images of SN 1987A 1
22 GO 13809 Jessica Lu University of California - Berkeley USA The IMF and Internal Kinematics of the Massive Young Star Cluster, Westerlund 1 7
22 GO 13808 Antonella Nota Space Telescope Science Institute USA Westerlund 2, top to bottom: how massive star clusters form. 1
22 GO 13807 Paula Szkody University of Washington USA Unprecedented Tracking of the Unique Dwarf Nova GW Lib from Largest Amplitude Outburst to Quiescent Pulsations 4
22 GO 13806 Hugues Sana Institute of Astronomy, KU Leuven BEL UV spectroscopy of the most massive overcontact binary known to date: on the verge of coalescence ? 8
22 GO 13805 Kurt Retherford Southwest Research Institute USA Io's Atmosphere Silhouetted in Transit by Jupiter Lyman-alpha 4
22 GO 13804 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA Important Nearby Galaxies without Accurate Distances 14
22 GO 13803 Melissa McGrath SETI Institute USA Europa's Composition as Revealed by its Atmosphere 5
22 GO 13802 Kevin Luhman The Pennsylvania State University USA Characterizing the Sun's 4th Closest Neighbor and the Coldest Known Brown Dwarf 6
22 GO 13801 Varsha Kulkarni University of South Carolina USA Probing Structure in Cold Gas at z <~ 1 with Gravitationally Lensed Quasar Sightlines 18
22 GO 13800 C Jeffery Armagh Observatory and Planetarium GBR Heavy-metal, extreme chemistry and puzzling pulsation: ultraviolet clues to the formation of hot subdwarfs 7
22 GO 13799 Maryam Modjaz The University of Virginia USA Constraining Type Ia Supernova Nucleosynthesis and Explosion Models Using Late-Time Photometry of SN2012cg 4
22 GO 13798 Carol Grady Eureka Scientific Inc. USA A chemical inventory of Gas and Star-Grazing Exocomets in HD 172555 10
22 GO 13797 Alex Filippenko University of California - Berkeley USA Early-Time UV Spectroscopy of Stripped-Envelope Supernovae: A New Window 16
22 GO 13796 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York USA Understanding New Structures Ejected from Recurrent Nova T Pyx 11
22 GO 13795 John Clarke Boston University USA HST Observations of Comet-Induced Aurora on Mars during the Siding Spring Encounter 4
22 GO 13794 John Clarke Boston University USA Seasonal Dependence of the Escape of Water from the Martian Atmosphere 13
22 GO 13793 Rebecca Bowler University of Manchester GBR Unveiling the merger fraction, sizes and morphologies of the brightest z ~ 7 galaxies 17
22 GO 13792 Rychard Bouwens Universiteit Leiden NLD A Complete Census of the Bright z~9-10 Galaxies in the CANDELS Data Set 11
22 GO 13791 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA A Time-Lapse Movie of the Kinematics Across the Carina Nebula with ACS 12
22 GO 13790 Steve Rodney University of South Carolina USA Frontier Field Supernova Search 33
22 GO 13789 Andrea Mehner European Southern Observatory - Chile CHL Essential UV Observations of Eta Carinae's Change of State 3
22 GO 13788 Aida Wofford Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Obs. Astron. Nac. MEX COS Views of Local Galaxies Approaching Primeval Conditions 18
22 GO 13787 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA Massive stars dying alone: Extremely remote environments of SN2009ip and SN2010jp 8
22 GO 13786 Glenn Schneider University of Arizona USA Decoding Debris System Substructures: Imprints of Planets/Planetesimals and Signatures of Extrinsic Influences on Material in Ring-Like Disks 40
22 GO 13785 Naveen Reddy University of California - Riverside USA Stellar Populations and Ionization States of Lyman Alpha Emitters During the Epoch of Peak Star Formation 16
22 GO 13784 Robert Quimby San Diego State University USA The First UV Spectra of a Hydrogen-Rich Superluminous Supernova 14
22 GO 13783 George Pavlov The Pennsylvania State University USA Thermal evolution of old neutron stars 13
22 GO 13782 Dan Milisavljevic Purdue University USA The Double Supernova in NGC 6984 4
22 GO 13781 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA WO-Type Wolf-Rayet Stars: the Last Hurrah of the Most Massive Stars? 9
22 GO 13780 Philip Massey Lowell Observatory USA The Nature of Newly Discovered Wolf-Rayet Stars in the LMC 6
22 GO 13779 Sangeeta Malhotra NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The Faint Infrared Grism Survey (FIGS) 160
22 GO 13778 Edward Jenkins Princeton University USA Using ISM abundances in the SMC to Correct for Element Depletions by Dust in QSO Absorption Line Systems 46
22 GO 13777 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Morphological Transformation in the Coma Cluster 10
22 SNAP 13776 Michael Gregg University of California - Davis USA Completing The Next Generation Spectral Library 450
22 GO 13775 Catherine Espaillat Boston University USA Testing EUV Photoevaporation Models in Young Disks 6
22 GO 13774 Sara Ellison University of Victoria CAN Feeding and feeback: The impact of AGN on the circumgalactic medium. 52
22 GO 13773 Rupali Chandar University of Toledo USA H-alpha LEGUS: Unveiling the Interplay Between Stars, Star Clusters, and Ionized Gas 32
22 GO 13772 Martin Weisskopf NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Joint Chandra and HST Monitoring and Studies of the Crab Nebula 4
22 GO 13771 Daniel Lennon Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP PROPER MOTIONS OF ISOLATED MASSIVE STARS NEAR THE GALACTIC CENTER 18
22 GO 13770 Tuan Do University of California - Los Angeles USA Measuring the Milky Way Mass with the Proper Motion of Leo T 12
22 GO 13769 Klaus Werner Eberhard Karls Universitat, Tubingen DEU Trans-iron group elements in hot helium-rich white dwarfs 11
22 GO 13768 Daniel Weisz University of California - Berkeley USA Completing the Census of Isolated Dwarf Galaxy Star Formation Histories 54
22 GO 13766 Christian Schneider Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU The nature of stationary components in jets from young stellar objects 4
22 GO 13765 Bradley Peterson The Ohio State University USA A Cepheid-Based Distance to the Benchmark AGN NGC 4151 12
22 GO 13764 Eric Perlman Florida Institute of Technology USA The Physics of the Jets of Powerful Radio Galaxies and Quasars 10
22 GO 13763 Tom Megeath University of Toledo USA WFC3 Spectroscopy of Faint Young Companions to Orion Young Stellar Objects 10
22 GO 13762 Ian McGreer University of Arizona USA A powerful starburst at z=5.4 with strong Lyman alpha emission: resolved SED with HST 2
22 SNAP 13761 Stephan McCandliss The Johns Hopkins University USA High efficiency SNAP survey for Lyman alpha emitters at low redshift 75
22 SNAP 13760 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA Filling the gap --near UV, optical and near IR extinction 150
22 GO 13759 Juan Madrid CSIRO, Australia Telescope National Facility AUS Extreme Variability in the M87 Jet 1
22 GO 13758 Andreas Koch Astronomisches Rechen-Institut Heidelberg DEU The Age-Metallicity relationship of the Galactic Bulge via Stromgren Photometry 14
22 GO 13757 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA The Progenitor System of a Peculiar Thermonuclear White-Dwarf Supernova 14
22 GO 13756 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA Rings within Rings: High Resolution Imaging of a Spectacular Gravitational Lens 2
22 GO 13755 Jenny Greene Princeton University USA The Hosts of Megamaser Disk Galaxies (II) 20
22 GO 13754 Jeremy Drake Lockheed Martin Space USA The first mass and angular momentum loss measurements for a CV-like binary 4
22 GO 13753 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Pushing to 8 AU in the archetypal protoplanetary disk of TW Hya 8
22 GO 13752 John Debes Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA An autopsy of dead planetary systems with COS 3
22 GO 13751 Andrea De Luca INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica ITA Imaging the Crab nebula when it is flaring in gamma-rays 4
22 GO 13750 John Cannon Macalester College USA Fundamental Parameters of the SHIELD II Galaxies 18
22 GO 13749 David Bowen Princeton University USA Baryon Structures Around Nearby Galaxies: Using an Edge-On Disk to Assess Inflow/Outflow Models 26
22 GO 13748 Luigi Bedin INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Padova ITA Astrometric search for Planets in the closest Brown Dwarf Binary system Luhman 16AB 11
22 GO 13747 Tracy Webb McGill University CAN Understanding the In-Situ Star Formation in a z=1.7 Cluster Core Galaxy 4
22 GO 13746 Matthew Walker Carnegie Mellon University USA Is the Crater satellite the Milky Way's Smallest Dwarf Galaxy or its Largest Globular Cluster? 5
22 GO 13745 Erik Tollerud Space Telescope Science Institute USA Resolving the Tip of the Red Giant Branch of Two New Candidate Local Group Dwarf Galaxies 2
22 GO 13744 Trinh Thuan The University of Virginia USA Green Peas and diagnostics for Lyman continuum leaking in star-forming dwarf galaxies 17
22 GO 13743 David Thilker The Johns Hopkins University USA The Controversial Nature of the Diffuse UV Emission in Galaxies: Exploring NGC300 18
22 GO 13742 Jonathan Tan Chalmers University of Technology SWE Kinematics of a Massive Star Cluster in Formation 18
22 GO 13741 Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul BRA Constraining the structure of the Narrow-Line Region of nearby QSO2s 18
22 GO 13740 Daniel Stern Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA Clusters Around Radio-Loud AGN: Spectroscopy of Infrared-Selected Galaxy Clusters at z>1.4 40
22 GO 13739 Evan Skillman University of Minnesota - Twin Cities USA Is the First Epoch of Star Formation in Satellite Galaxies Universal? - Part II 81
22 GO 13738 Edward Shaya University of Maryland USA The Proper Motion of M31 Vast Plane Galaxy LGS3 12
22 GO 13737 Benjamin Shappee University of Hawaii USA Whimper of a Bang: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011fe 16
22 GO 13736 Eric Schindhelm Southwest Research Institute USA Contemporaneous Mid-UV Spectral Coverage of Pluto and Charon Coincident With the New Horizons Encounter 2
22 GO 13735 David Sand University of Arizona USA A New Dwarf Galaxy Associated with an Ultra-Compact High Velocity Cloud 3
22 GO 13734 Veronique Petit University of Delaware USA Probing the extreme wind confinement of the most magnetic O star with COS spectroscopy 4
22 GO 13733 Celine Peroux European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU The Stellar Continuum Light from Damped Lyman-alpha Absorber Galaxies Detected with Integral Field Spectroscopy 10
22 GO 13732 Anna Nierenberg University of California - Merced USA Detecting dark matter substructure with narrow line lensing 10
22 GO 13731 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA The Real Impact of Extragalactic Jets on Their Environments: Measuring the Advance Speed of Hotspots with HST 8
22 GO 13730 Adam Leroy The Ohio State University USA Maps of Recent Star Formation to Match ALMA Observations of the Nearest Nuclear Starburst 1
22 SNAP 13729 Andy Lawrence University of Edinburgh, Institute for Astronomy GBR Slow-blue PanSTARRS transients : high amplification microlens events? 53
22 GO 13728 Steven Kraemer Catholic University of America USA Do QSO2s have Narrow Line Region Outflows? Implications for quasar-mode feedback 22
22 GO 13727 Jason Kalirai The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Which Stars Go BOOM? 12
22 GO 13726 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Scattered light imaging of Fomalhaut's ice line belt to understand dynamical upheavals in planetary systems 10
22 GO 13725 Paul Kalas University of California - Berkeley USA Testing the correlation between low mass planets and debris disks 9
22 GO 13724 Todd Henry Georgia State University Research Foundation USA Pinpointing the Characteristics of Stars and Not Stars --- VERSION 2014.1021 9
22 GO 13723 Bruce Elmegreen IBM T.J. Watson Research Center USA Multiband Observations of a Local Tadpole Galaxy 5
22 GO 13721 Robert Benjamin University of Wisconsin - Whitewater USA The Windy Milky Way Galaxy 14
22 GO 13720 Stephen Zepf Michigan State University USA Testing Models of the Black-Hole X-ray Source in the NGC4472 Globular Cluster RZ2109 with COS UV Spectroscopy 18
22 GO 13719 David Wilson University of Colorado at Boulder USA Accretion of planetary debris onto the unique white dwarf GD394 8
22 GO 13718 Julie Wardlow Lancaster University GBR The nature and environment of the earliest dusty starburst galaxies 8
22 GO 13717 Lifan Wang Texas A & M University USA Polarimetry of SN 2014J in M82 as a Probe of Its Dusty Environment 6
22 GO 13716 David Trilling Northern Arizona University USA Constraining the history of the outer Solar System: Definitive proof with HST 5
22 GO 13715 Jennifer Sokoloski Columbia University in the City of New York USA Imaging Spectroscopy of the Gamma-Ray Nova V959 Mon 9
22 GO 13714 Stephen Skinner University of Colorado at Boulder USA Tracing Hot Plasma in the RY Tau Jet 8
22 GO 13713 Bruno Sicardy Observatoire de Paris FRA Observation of Chariklo's rings 3
22 GO 13712 Kunio Sayanagi NASA Langley Research Center USA Target of Opportunity Observation of an Episodic Storm on Uranus 3
22 GO 13711 Abhijit Saha NOIRLab - (AZ) USA Establishing a Network of Next Generation SED standards with DA White Dwarfs 60
22 GO 13710 Philip Rosenfield Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Constraining Models of Evolved UV-Bright Stars in the M31 Bulge 10
22 GO 13709 Adam Ritchey Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Constraining the Cosmic-ray Acceleration and Gamma-ray Emission Processes in IC 443 10
22 GO 13708 Nicole Reindl Universitat Potsdam DEU Following the rapid evolution of the central star of the Stingray Nebula in real time 5
22 GO 13707 Suzanna Randall European Southern Observatory - Germany DEU Mapping the Extreme Horizontal Branch instability strip in omega Centauri 4
22 GO 13706 Joshua Peek Space Telescope Science Institute USA Galactic Accretion Unveiled: A Unique Opportunity with COS and M33 28
22 GO 13705 Jenny Patience Arizona State University USA Brown dwarf Atmosphere Monitoring (BAM): Characterizing the Coolest Atmosphere 4
22 GO 13704 Steven Parsons University of Sheffield GBR Testing the single degenerate channel for supernova Ia 10
22 GO 13703 Lidia Oskinova Universitat Potsdam DEU The donor star winds in High-Mass X-ray Binaries 9
22 GO 13702 Sally Oey University of Michigan USA Mapping the LyC-Emitting Regions of Local Galaxies 12
22 GO 13701 Chris Mihos Case Western Reserve University USA Stellar Populations in the Outer Disk of M101 26
22 GO 13700 Carl Melis University of California - San Diego USA Confirming the most water-rich extrasolar rocky body 2
22 GO 13699 Nicolas Martin Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg FRA Fellowship of the Andromeda Dwarf Galaxies: A Census of their Extended Star Formation Histories 16
22 GO 13698 Joseph Lyman The University of Warwick GBR The environments and progenitors of calcium-rich transients 10
22 GO 13697 vianney Lebouteiller Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique (CEA) FRA Does star formation proceed differently in metal-poor galaxies? 11
22 GO 13696 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA The Anemic Stellar Halo of M101 6
22 SNAP 13695 Benne Holwerda University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc. USA STarlight Absorption Reduction through a Survey of Multiple Occulting Galaxies (STARSMOG) 150
22 GO 13694 Amanda Hendrix Planetary Science Institute USA UV spectra of the icy Saturnian satellites: Understanding exogenic processes and NH3 in the system 7
22 GO 13693 Amanda Hendrix Planetary Science Institute USA The Ultraviolet Spectrum of Ceres 4
22 GO 13692 Will Grundy Lowell Observatory USA Orbits and Physical Properties of Four Binary Transneptunian Objects 8
22 GO 13691 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago USA CHP-II: The Carnegie Hubble Program to Measure Ho to 3% Using Population II 132
22 GO 13690 Tanio Diaz-Santos FORTH - Institute of Astrophysics GRC Tracking the Obscured Star Formation Along the Complete Evolutionary Merger Sequence of LIRGs 24
22 GO 13689 Aleksandar Diamond-Stanic Bates College USA How Compact is the Stellar Mass in Eddington-Limited Starbursts? 24
22 GO 13688 Marco Castellano INAF, Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma ITA A clear patch in the dark age Universe? Looking for reionization sources around two bright Ly-alpha emitting galaxies at z=7 16
22 GO 13687 Alessandra Beifiori Universitats-Sternwarte Munchen DEU Unveiling the mass-to-light distribution of high-redshift clusters 4
22 GO 13686 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Longest Period Cepheids, a bridge to the Hubble Constant 14
22 GO 13685 Danny Steeghs The University of Warwick GBR Emission line imaging of the bipolar shell in the Helium Nova V445 Puppis 2
22 GO 13684 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA A Wolf-Rayet Progenitor for iPTF13bvn? 4
22 GO 13683 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA The Stellar Origins of Supernovae 4
22 GO 13682 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Distances and stellar populations of seven low surface brightness galaxies in the field of M101 7
22 GO 13681 Pieter van Dokkum Yale University USA Fluctuation spectroscopy with the ACS ramp filters: a new way to measure the IMF in elliptical galaxies 7
22 GO 13680 Elena Sabbi NOIRLab - Gemini North (HI) USA A 3D view of massive cluster formation in the SMC 5
22 GO 13679 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Europa's Water Vapor Plumes: Systematically Constraining their Abundance and Variability 58
22 GO 13678 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Fifth and Final Epoch 11
22 GO 13677 Saul Perlmutter University of California - Berkeley USA See Change: Testing time-varying dark energy with z>1 supernovae and their massive cluster hosts 86
22 GO 13676 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Solving the X-ray Origin Problem in Kiloparsec-Scale Relativistic Jets: Hubble Provides the Missing Key 14
22 GO 13675 Jian-Yang Li Sun Yat-Sen University CHN Comet Siding Spring at Mars: Using MRO to Interpret HST Imaging of Comets 7
22 GO 13674 David Kaplan University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee USA A 1.05Msun Companion to PSR J2222-0137: The Coolest Known White Dwarf? 15
22 GO 13673 Jason Kalirai The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA The Metallicity Dependence of the Initial Mass Function 6
22 SNAP 13671 Harald Ebeling University of Hawaii USA Beyond MACS: A Snapshot Survey of the Most Massive Clusters of Galaxies at z>0.5 135
22 GO 13669 Marcella Carollo Eidgenossiche Technische Hochschule (ETH) CHE The star-formation histories within clumpy disks at z ~ 2.2 43
22 GO 13668 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Deep Search for Small Satellites of Eris and Makemake 8
22 GO 13667 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Observations of the Pluto System During the New Horizons Encounter Epoch 40
22 GO 13666 Marusa Bradac University of Ljubljana, Dept. of Physics SVN The power of the great observatories: Investigating stellar properties out to z~10 with HST and Spitzer 5
22 GO 13665 Bjorn Benneke Universite de Montreal CAN Exploring the Diversity of Exoplanet Atmospheres in the Super-Earth Regime 119
22 GO 13664 Susan Benecchi Planetary Science Institute USA Origin and Composition of the Ultra-Red Kuiper Belt Objects 8
22 GO 13663 Susan Benecchi Planetary Science Institute USA Precise Orbit Determination for a New Horizons KBO 4
22 GO 13662 Aaron Barth University of California - Irvine USA Measuring the Black Hole Mass in the Brightest Cluster Galaxy NGC 1275 6
22 GO 13661 Matthew Auger University of Cambridge GBR A SHARP View of the Structure and Evolution of Normal and Compact Early-type Galaxies 14
22 GO 13660 Ming Zhao The Pennsylvania State University USA Near-IR spectroscopy of the newly discovered benchmark hot Jupiter WASP-103b 10
22 GO 13659 Karin Sandstrom University of California - San Diego USA A New View of Dust at Low Metallicity: The First Maps of SMC Extinction Curves 54
22 GO 13658 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA Farewell to the Voyagers: Measuring the Local ISM in the Immediate Path of the Two Voyager Spacecraft 14
22 GO 13657 Jeyhan Kartaltepe Rochester Institute of Technology USA Probing the Most Luminous Galaxies in the Universe at the Peak of Galaxy Assembly 30
22 GO 13656 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE Unveiling the Dark Baryons: The First Imaging of Circumgalactic OVI in Emission 22
22 GO 13655 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE How Lyman alpha bites/beats the dust 20
22 GO 13654 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Extended Lyman Alpha Reference Sample 29
22 GO 13653 Caitlin Griffith University of Arizona USA Elementary Abundances of Planetary Systems 12
22 SNAP 13652 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR The frequency and chemical composition of rocky planetary debris around young white dwarfs: Plugging the last gaps 75
22 GO 13651 Amy Furniss University of California - Santa Cruz USA Disentangling Signatures of Ultra-high-energy Cosmic Rays from a Unique Gamma-ray Blazar 7
22 GO 13650 Kevin France University of Colorado at Boulder USA The MUSCLES Treasury Survey: Measurements of the Ultraviolet Spectral Characteristics of Low-mass Exoplanetary Systems 125
22 GO 13648 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Uncovering the Putative B-Star Binary Companion of the SN 1993J Progenitor 3
22 GO 13647 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Testing the Standardizability of Type Ia Supernovae with the Cepheid Distance of a Twin Supernova 12
22 GO 13646 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Understanding the Progenitor Systems, Explosion Mechanisms, and Cosmological Utility of Type Ia Supernovae 36
22 GO 13645 Xiaohui Fan University of Arizona USA Galactic Environment of A Twenty-Billion Solar-Mass Black Hole at the End of Reionization 11
22 GO 13644 Xiaohui Fan University of Arizona USA CIII] Emission in z=5.7 Galaxies: A Pathfinder for Galaxy Spectroscopy in the Reionization Era 14
22 GO 13643 Gaspard Duchene Universite de Grenoble I FRA Imaging the tenuous dusty atmosphere of edge-on protoplanetary disks 6
22 GO 13642 Jon Miller University of Michigan USA The evolutionary link between low-mass X-ray binaries and millisecond radio pulsars 6
22 GO 13641 Peter Capak California Institute of Technology USA A Detailed Dynamical And Morphological Study Of 5 28
22 GO 13640 Esther Buenzli A direct probe of cloud holes at the L/T transition 5
22 GO 13639 Matthew Bayliss University of Cincinnati Main Campus USA Resolving Lyman-alpha Emission On Physical Scales < 270 pc at z > 4 15
22 GO 13633 John Spencer Southwest Research Institute USA A Kuiper Belt Object for the New Horizons Mission 194
22 GO 13629 Yael Naze Université de Liège BEL Characterizing the high-energy properties of a highly magnetized star 3
21 GO 13614 Joaquin Vieira University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign USA High-Redshift Starburst Galaxies Under the Cosmic Microscope: Unveiling the stellar histories of strongly lensed starburst galaxies 6
21 GO 13613 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Dust to Dust: Monitoring the Evolution of the New Class of Self-Obscured Transients 4
21 GO 13516 William Brandt The Pennsylvania State University USA The Variable Absorption and Disrupting X-ray Jet of the Broad Absorption Line Radio-Loud Quasar PG 1004+130 1
21 GO 13515 Breanna Binder Cal Poly Pomona Foundation, Inc. USA The Effect of Intermediate-Luminosity Transients on the X-ray Luminosity Functions of Spiral Disks 8
21 GO 13514 Florian Pacaud Universitaet Bonn, Inst fur Astrophysik und Extraterrestris DEU Snapshots In The History Of Dissociative Major Mergers 4
21 GO 13513 Julia Comerford University of Colorado at Boulder USA A Pilot Search for Spatially Offset AGN in Galaxy Merger Remnants 8
21 GO 13512 Smita Mathur The Ohio State University USA The curious case of Mrk~590 2
21 GO 13511 Marianne Heida National Institute for Public Health and the Environment NLD CXOU J122518.6+144545: Type IIn supernova or hyperluminous X-ray source? 1
21 GO 13510 Martin Weisskopf NASA Marshall Space Flight Center USA Joint Chandra and HST Monitoring and Studies of the Crab Nebula 4
21 GO 13508 Steven Kraemer Catholic University of America USA Resolved Spectroscopy of the Extended X-ray Emission in NGC 4151: New Insights into AGN-driven Outflows 2
21 GO 13507 Diana Worrall University of Bristol GBR Testing relativistic feedback at crucial jet power 2
21 GO 13506 Belinda Wilkes Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Probing dark matter in the luminous radio galaxy 3C220.3 and the structure of the z=2.22 SMG/AGN it is lensing. 1
21 GO 13503 Britney Schmidt Cornell University USA Searching for Satellites of Ceres: Support for the Dawn Mission 4
21 GO 13493 Tim Schrabback Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT An XMM-Newton+HST study of the likely most X-ray luminous z>=0.9 galaxy cluster 5
21 GO 13492 Harold Weaver The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Hubble Spectroscopy of Sungrazing Comet ISON 19
21 GO 13491 Todd Tripp University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA Directly Probing >10^6 K Gas in Lyman Limit Absorbers at z > 2 60
21 GO 13490 Jason Surace California Institute of Technology USA Resolving the Reddest Extragalactic Sources Discovered by Spitzer: Strange Dust-Enshrouded Objects at z~2-3? 14
21 GO 13489 John Stocke University of Colorado at Boulder USA Accretion Physics in Nearby FR1 Galaxies 6
21 GO 13488 Andrew Steffl Southwest Research Institute USA Using Hubble to Resolve Fundamental Discrepancies in the Surface Composition of the Asteroid {21} Lutetia 4
21 SNAP 13487 Michael Salz Universitat Hamburg, Hamburger Sternwarte DEU A pilot study to characterize the Lyman alpha emission of active exoplanet host stars 8
21 GO 13485 Bo Reipurth Planetary Science Institute USA The HH 24 Jet Complex: Collimated and Colliding Jets from a Newborn Multiple Stellar System 6
21 GO 13484 Bo Reipurth Planetary Science Institute USA Structure, Excitation, and Evolution of Shocks: A Multi- Wavelength Study of Herbig-Haro 1/2 9
21 GO 13483 Goeran Oestlin Stockholm University SWE eLARS - extending the Lyman Alpha Reference Sample 55
21 GO 13482 Britt Lundgren University of North Carolina Asheville USA The Evolving Gas Content of Galaxy Halos: A Complete Census of MgII Absorption Line Host Galaxies at 0.7 < z < 2.5 18
21 SNAP 13481 Emily Levesque University of Washington USA Calibrating Multi-Wavelength Metallicity Diagnostics for Star-Forming Galaxies 31
21 GO 13480 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Super-luminous supernovae without host galaxies 9
21 GO 13479 Andrew Levan Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD The host and location of the candidate relativistic tidal disruption event Swift 2058+0516 3
21 GO 13477 Chris Kochanek The Ohio State University USA Unmasking the Supernova Impostors 6
21 GO 13476 Nitya Kallivayalil The University of Virginia USA Proper Motion and Internal Kinematics of the SMC: are the Magellanic Clouds bound to one another? 30
21 GO 13475 David Jewitt University of California - Los Angeles USA Hubble Imaging of a Newly Discovered Main Belt Comet 2
21 GO 13474 Dean Hines Space Telescope Science Institute USA Imaging Polarimetry of the 2013 Comet ISON with ACS: A Study of the Heterogeneous Coma 12
21 GO 13473 Timothy Heckman The Johns Hopkins University USA On the Nature of Highly Ionized Gas in the Halos of Normal Star-Forming Galaxies 25
21 SNAP 13472 Wendy Freedman University of Chicago USA The Hubble Constant to 1%? STAGE 4: Calibrating the RR Lyrae PL relation at H-Band using HST and Gaia Parallax Stars 45
21 GO 13471 Robert Fesen Dartmouth College USA STIS Spectra of the Young SN Ia Remnant SN 1885 in M31 39
21 GO 13470 Julio Chaname Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile CHL Probing Cold Dark Matter Substructure with Wide Binaries in Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies 20
21 GO 13469 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA Tol 26 and the EGB 6 Class of Planetary-Nebula Nuclei: What Happens to a Companion Star when a PN is Ejected? 3
21 GO 13468 Howard Bond The Pennsylvania State University USA HST Observations of Astrophysically Important Visual Binaries 4
21 GO 13467 Jacob Bean University of Chicago USA Follow The Water: The Ultimate WFC3 Exoplanet Atmosphere Survey 151
21 GO 13466 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Determining the Mass of Proxima Centauri through Astrometric Microlensing 2
21 GO 13465 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Alpha Cen: Climbing out of a Coronal Recession? {year 3 continuation} 4
21 GO 13464 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Old White Dwarf G105-30 through Astrometric Microlensing 1
21 GO 13463 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting and Measuring the Masses of Isolated Black Holes and Neutron Stars through Astrometric Microlensing 64
21 GO 13462 Brian Wood Naval Research Laboratory USA Tracking the Winds of Red Giants from the Star to the ISM 36
21 GO 13461 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA The Influence of Environment on Star Forming Disks 2
21 GO 13460 Sylvain Veilleux University of Maryland USA The Remarkable Ultraviolet Spectrum of Mrk 231 7
21 GO 13459 Tommaso Treu University of California - Los Angeles USA The Grism Lens-Amplified Survey from Space {GLASS} 140
21 GO 13458 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Detecting Isolated Black Holes through Astrometric Microlensing 7
21 GO 13457 Kailash Sahu Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Accurate Mass Determination of the Nearby Old White Dwarf Stein 2051B through Astrometric Microlensing 6
21 GO 13456 Michael McDonald Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA Searching for 300, 000 Degree Gas in the Core of the Phoenix Cluster with HST-COS 14
21 GO 13455 John Krist Jet Propulsion Laboratory USA The Eccentric Debris Ring Around HD 202628: Signs of Planetary Perturbations 9
21 GO 13454 Pierre Kervella Observatoire de Paris FRA The parallax and mass of the binary classical Cepheid V1334 Cyg 4
21 GO 13453 Michael Jura University of California - Los Angeles USA The Elemental Compositions of Extrasolar Minor Planets 12
21 GO 13452 Matthew Hayes Stockholm University SWE Coupling the emission of ionizing radiation and Lyman alpha 8
21 GO 13451 Fred Hamann University of California - Riverside USA A Study of PG Quasar-Driven Outflows with COS 11
21 GO 13450 Douglas Gies Georgia State University Research Foundation USA Separating the Spectral Components of the Massive Triple Star System Delta Orionis 2
21 GO 13449 Marla Geha Yale University USA A Non-Universal Initial Mass Function in the Ultra-Faint Galaxy Coma Berenices 44
21 GO 13448 Andrew Fox Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA USA The Closest Galactic Wind: UV Properties of the Milky Way's Nuclear Outflow 49
21 GO 13447 Selma de Mink Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU The massive monsters living deep in the Tarantula nebula: How massive are they really? 1
21 GO 13446 Selma de Mink Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics DEU Massive Stars and their Siblings: the Extreme End of the Companion Mass Function 4
21 GO 13445 Joshua Bloom University of California - Berkeley USA Absolute Calibration of the Extragalactic Mira Period-Luminosity Relation 13
21 GO 13444 Bart Wakker Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Constraining the size of intergalactic clouds with QSO pairs 21
21 GO 13443 Roeland van der Marel Space Telescope Science Institute USA Proper Motions along the Orphan Stream: Finding the Parent, Orbit, and Milky Way Halo Shape 16
21 SNAP 13442 R. Tully University of Hawaii USA The Geometry and Kinematics of the Local Volume 128
21 GO 13441 Rachael Tomasino University of Denver USA Co-latitudinal Radial Veloctiy Profile Confirmation Via Differential Proper Motion of the Bipolar Egg Nebula 1
21 GO 13439 William Sparks SETI Institute USA Gas Physics in Cool-Core Clusters: the Virgo Cluster 12
21 GO 13438 William Sparks SETI Institute USA Probing the atmosphere of a transiting ocean world 3
21 GO 13437 Jane Rigby NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA The Morphology and Star Formation Distribution in a Big Cool Spiral LIRG 3
21 GO 13436 John Raymond Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Ion Temperatures in a Collisionless Supernove Remnant Shock Wave 10
21 GO 13435 Matteo Monelli Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP Multiple populations in external globular glusters: the Fornax dSph, the LMC, and the SMC 11
21 GO 13434 Tiffany Meshkat California Institute of Technology USA Transmission spectroscopy through the debris disk of Fomalhaut 4
21 GO 13433 Justyn Maund Royal Holloway, University of London GBR Stellar Forensics V: A post-explosion view of the progenitor of SN 2011dh 4
21 GO 13432 Wolfgang Kerzendorf Michigan State University USA To be or not to be the progenitor: The question about Tycho-B 2
21 GO 13431 Catherine Huitson University of Colorado at Boulder USA The First Spectroscopic Phase Curve of a Transiting Planet: Understanding the Deeper Atmosphere 15
21 GO 13430 Sandra Greiss The University of Warwick GBR The temperatures, masses and pulsation modes of three ZZ Cetis in the Kepler field 4
21 GO 13429 Margherita Giustini European Space Agency - ESTEC NLD Unveiling the X-ray/UV Connection in AGN Winds: the PG 1126-041 Case Study 6
21 GO 13428 Christopher Gelino California Institute of Technology USA Characterizing the Ultra-cold Brown Dwarf WD 0806-661B 7
21 GO 13427 Peter Garnavich University of Notre Dame USA A Look Inside a Star: The Evolved Main-Sequence Channel and Hydrogen Depleted Ultracompact Binaries 6
21 GO 13425 Hua Feng Tsinghua University CHN Multiwavelength Test For A Standard Accretion Disk Around An Intermediate Mass Black Hole Candidate 2
21 GO 13424 Romano Corradi Gran Telescopio de Canarias ESP The Necklace Nebula as a probe of close binary evolution 1
21 GO 13423 Ryan Cooke Durham Univ. GBR Primordial lithium in z~0, metal-poor damped Lyman alpha systems 12
21 GO 13422 Rebecca Canning University of Portsmouth GBR Riding the wake of a cluster merger: star formation, filaments and turbulence 4
21 GO 13421 Madelon Bours Universidad de Valparaiso CHL CSS 41177: an eclipsing double white dwarf binary 2
21 GO 13420 Guillermo Barro University of the Pacific USA The progenitors of quiescent galaxies at z~2: precision ages and star-formation histories from WFC3/IR spectroscopy 56
21 GO 13419 John Bally University of Colorado at Boulder USA The First Ultraviolet Survey of Orion Nebula's Protoplanetary Disks and Outflows 18
21 GO 13418 Daniel Apai University of Arizona USA Patchy Clouds and Rotation Periods in Directly Imaged Exoplanets 12
21 GO 13417 David Bennett University of Maryland USA Measuring the Exoplanet Mass Function Beyond the Snow-Line 6
21 GO 13416 Remco van den Bosch Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU The most massive black hole in a compact galaxy UGC2698 1
21 GO 13415 David Syphers Eastern Washington University USA The First Study of the Quasar Broad Line Region in the <550A Extreme UV 5
21 GO 13414 Mark Showalter SETI Institute USA Reading the Record of Cometary Impacts into Jupiter's Rings 5
21 GO 13413 Kartik Sheth NASA Headquarters USA Star formation and Dissolution Across Dynamically Distinct Environments in NGC 1097 4
21 SNAP 13412 Tim Schrabback Universitat Innsbruck, Institut fur Astronomie AUT An ACS Snapshot Survey of the Most Massive Distant Galaxy Clusters in the South Pole Telescope Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Survey 120
21 GO 13411 Wiphu Rujopakarn Chulalongkorn University THA Dissecting the intensely star-forming clumps in a z ~ 2 Einstein Ring 4
21 GO 13410 Cristina Pallanca Universita di Bologna ITA COSMIC-LAB: a BSS orbiting a NS? The companion to the supermassive NS in NGC6440. 15
21 GO 13409 Richard Mushotzky University of Maryland USA Hubble Observations of Kepler-Monitored Seyfert Is 8
21 GO 13408 Jon Mauerhan The Aerospace Corporation USA Constraining the Physical Properties of LBV Nebulae in the Galactic Center Environment 6
21 GO 13407 Crystal Martin University of California - Santa Barbara USA COS Gas Flows: Challenging the Optical Perspective 6
21 GO 13406 Alain Lecavelier des Etangs CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris FRA Hydrogen, Deuterium and Nitrogen in the Beta Pictoris disk 2
21 GO 13405 Robert Kirshner Harvard University USA SAINTS: Images of SN 1987A 10
21 GO 13404 Will Grundy Lowell Observatory USA Mutual Orbits and Physical Properties of Binary Transneptunian Objects 9
21 GO 13403 Nicolas Grosso CNRS, Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille FRA Monitoring the awakening of the dormant SMBH at the center of our galaxy 6
21 GO 13402 Jean-Claude Gerard Université de Liège BEL Remote sensing of the energy of Jovian auroral electrons with STIS: a clue to unveil plasma acceleration processes 3
21 GO 13401 Claes Fransson Stockholm University SWE A 3D view of the SN 1987A Ejecta 17
21 GO 13400 Arlin Crotts Columbia University in the City of New York USA The Surprising Ejecta Geometry of Recurrent Nova T Pyx 14
21 GO 13399 Asantha Cooray University of California - Irvine USA Spatially Resolved WFC3/Grism Spectral Line Imaging of Gravitational Lensed Herschel-selected Luminous Dusty Starbursts 5
21 GO 13398 Christopher Churchill New Mexico State University USA A Breakaway from Incremental Science: Full Characterization of the z<1 CGM and Testing Galaxy Evolution Theory 110
21 SNAP 13397 Luciana Bianchi The Johns Hopkins University USA Understanding post-AGB Evolution: Snapshot UV spectroscopy of Hot White Dwarfs 64
21 GO 13396 Sarah Badman Lancaster University GBR Dual views of Saturn's UV aurora: revealing magnetospheric dynamics 15
21 GO 13395 Theodore Gull NASA Goddard Space Flight Center USA Constraining the evolutionary state of the hot, massive companion star and the wind-wind collision region in Eta Carinae 10
21 GO 13394 David Zurek American Museum of Natural History USA Spectroscopic confirmation of the first symbiotic star in a globular cluster 2
21 GO 13393 Dennis Zaritsky University of Arizona USA Galaxy Transformation in the Infall Regions of Clusters 30
21 GO 13392 Ben Sugerman Space Science Institute USA Six in One Blow: Reconstructing the Circumstellar Environments of Supernovae in NGC 6946 with Light Echoes 5
21 GO 13391 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA WFC3-IR Imaging of Dense, Embedded Outflows from Intermediate-Mass Protostars in Carina 16
21 GO 13390 Nathan Smith University of Arizona USA A Time-Lapse Movie of the Kinematics Across the Carina Nebula with ACS 19
21 GO 13389 Brian Siana University of California - Riverside USA The Ultraviolet Frontier: Completing the Census of Star Formation at Its Peak Epoch 48
21 GO 13388 Greg Schwarz American Astronomical Society USA Fundamental properties of novae outburst: Coordinated HST and XMM ToO observations 6
21 GO 13386 Steve Rodney University of South Carolina USA Frontier Field Supernova Search 29
21 GO 13385 Andrew Robinson Rochester Institute of Technology USA Is there a kicked supermassive black hole in E1821+643? 1
21 GO 13384 Dominik Riechers Universitat zu Koln DEU A Simultaneous Measurement of the Cold Gas, Star Formation Rate, and Stellar Mass Histories of the Universe 4
21 GO 13383 Mary Putman Columbia University in the City of New York USA Measuring the Properties of Dwarf Streams 8
21 GO 13382 Mary Putman Columbia University in the City of New York USA Warm Gas Flows in the Coma Cluster 27
21 GO 13381 Marshall Perrin Space Telescope Science Institute USA STIS Coronagraphy of Four Young Debris Disks Newly Uncovered from the NICMOS Archive 15
21 GO 13380 Michael Nowak Washington University in St. Louis USA Probing Black Hole Disk Atmospheres with EPIC and RGS Observations of 4U 1957+11 3
21 GO 13379 Antonino Milone Universita degli Studi di Padova ITA Multiple stellar populations in the young Large Magellanic Cloud cluster NGC1856 4
21 GO 13378 Dan Milisavljevic Purdue University USA Toward A Comprehensive Kinematic and Chemical Survey of the Young O-rich SNR 1E 0102-7219 in the SMC 10
21 GO 13377 Andrea Mehner European Southern Observatory - Chile CHL Essential UV Observations of Eta Carinae's Change of State 8
21 GO 13376 Kristen McQuinn Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Star Formation History of Leo P 17
21 GO 13375 Dougal Mackey Unaffiliated USA Deep photometry of two accreted families of globular clusters in the remote M31 halo 28
21 GO 13374 Dougal Mackey Unaffiliated USA Extremely faint, diffuse satellite systems in the M31 halo: exceptional star clusters or tiny dwarf galaxies? 8
21 GO 13373 Gloria Koenigsberger Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) MEX The changing wind structure of the WR/LBV star in HD 5980 2
21 GO 13372 Ana Gomez de Castro Universidad Complutense de Madrid ESP Mapping the magnetospheric structure at outburst of the pre-main sequence close binary AK Sco 14
21 GO 13371 Suvi Gezari Space Telescope Science Institute USA HST/WFC3 UVIS Imaging of Tidal Disruption Event PS1-10jh 3
21 GO 13370 Iskren Georgiev Max Planck Institute for Astronomy DEU The Formation History of UGC 12591 - the Most Massive Known Field S0 Galaxy 4
21 GO 13369 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA The Dynamical Mass of Polaris, the Nearest Cepheid 2
21 GO 13368 Nancy Evans Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA A Precision Measurement of the Mass of the Cepheid V350 Sgr 12
21 GO 13367 Megan Donahue Michigan State University USA UV Line Emission from Million Degree Gas in a Galaxy Cluster Core 16
21 GO 13366 Roelof de Jong Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU The vertical disk structure of spiral galaxies and the origin of their thick disks 20
21 GO 13365 Martin Cordiner Catholic University of America USA Probing the nature of small-scale structure towards rho Oph stars: A new avenue in diffuse interstellar band research 8
21 GO 13364 Daniela Calzetti University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA LEGUS: Legacy ExtraGalactic UV Survey 154
21 GO 13363 Nuria Calvet University of Michigan USA Gauging dust settling in 5-10 Myr old disks with COS 14
21 GO 13362 Amy Bonsor University of Cambridge GBR Constraining the structure of the Kappa Cr B planetary system, a unique subgiant, orbited by two companions and a debris disc 4
21 GO 13361 William Blair The Johns Hopkins University USA Discovering and Characterizing the Young Supernova Remnant Population in M101 10
21 GO 13360 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA The Peculiar Type Ia Supernova 2012Z: A Massive Star Progenitor? 3
21 GO 13359 Daniel Lennon Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias ESP Proper Motions of Massive Stars in 30 Doradus 15
21 GO 13358 Klaus Werner Eberhard Karls Universitat, Tubingen DEU Trans-iron group elements in the hot white dwarf RE 0503-289 3
21 GO 13357 David Radburn-Smith University of Washington USA Feeding Galaxies: Cold Accretion Through Warps 9
21 GO 13356 Ian McGreer University of Arizona USA A Candidate Gravitationally Lensed Quasar at z=6.09 2
21 GO 13355 Bruce McCollum American University USA Uncovering the Nature of the Evolving Remnant Star of a Recent Stellar Merger 4
21 GO 13354 Robert Mathieu University of Wisconsin - Madison USA COS Spectroscopy of White Dwarf Companions to Blue Stragglers in NGC 188 12
21 GO 13353 Derck Massa Space Science Institute USA Flux calibration of the COS FUV modes 8
21 GO 13351 Saurabh Jha Rutgers the State University of New Jersey USA UV Spectroscopy of a Peculiar White Dwarf Supernova 6
21 GO 13350 Andrew Fruchter Space Telescope Science Institute USA How Low Can They Go? Detecting low luminosity supernova progenitors 5
21 GO 13349 Xiaohui Fan University of Arizona USA Escaping Lyman Continuum in Strongly Lensed Galaxies at z=2.0-2.5 18
21 GO 13348 Andrea De Luca INAF, Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica ITA Imaging the Crab nebula when it is flaring in gamma-rays 2
21 GO 13347 Joel Bregman University of Michigan USA The Missing Baryons Around Nearby Dwarf Galaxies 21
21 GO 13346 Thomas Ayres University of Colorado at Boulder USA Advanced Spectral Library II: Hot Stars 230
21 GO 13344 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA A 1% Measurement of the Distance Scale with Perpendicular Spatial Scanning 22
21 GO 13343 David Wittman University of California - Davis USA Probing Dark Matter with a New Class of Merging Clusters 16
21 GO 13342 Q. Wang University of Massachusetts - Amherst USA WARM AND HOT GASES IN AND AROUND CLUSTER GALAXIES AT Z=0.1-0.2 11
21 GO 13341 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA The Stellar Origins of Supernovae 4
21 GO 13340 Schuyler Van Dyk California Institute of Technology USA Detecting a Hot Companion to the Progenitor of the Type Ic Supernova 1994I in M51 4
21 GO 13339 Matthias Stute Eberhard Karls Universitat, Tubingen DEU R Aqr: a prototype for non-relativistic astrophysical jets and a key for understanding jet formation 3
21 GO 13338 Kevin Stevenson The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory USA Confirming a Sub-Earth-Sized Exoplanet in the Solar Neighborhood 8
21 GO 13337 Keren Sharon University of Michigan USA Resolving the Cluster-Lensed Sextuple Quasar SDSSJ2222+2745 7
21 GO 13336 Lorenz Roth Royal Institute of Technology SWE Probing Io's putative global magma ocean through FUV auroral spot morphology 10
21 SNAP 13335 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA HST and Gaia, Light and Distance 60
21 GO 13334 Adam Riess The Johns Hopkins University USA The Longest Period Cepheids, a bridge to the Hubble Constant 14
21 GO 13333 Jeffrey Rich Carnegie Institution of Washington USA Investigating the Impact of Merger Driven Shocks 10
21 SNAP 13332 Seth Redfield Wesleyan University USA A SNAP Survey of the Local Interstellar Medium: New NUV Observations of Stars with Archived FUV Observations 70
21 GO 13331 Laurent Pueyo Space Telescope Science Institute USA Confirmation and characterization of young planetary companions hidden in the HST NICMOS archive 12
21 GO 13330 Bradley Peterson The Ohio State University USA Mapping the AGN Broad Line Region by Reverberation 179
21 GO 13329 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Discovering the nature of the star-planet interaction at WASP-12b 20
21 GO 13328 Jonathan Nichols University of Leicester GBR Observing Ganymede's atmosphere and auroras with COS and STIS 8
21 GO 13327 Eileen Meyer University of Maryland Baltimore County USA Proper Motions at 500 Mpc: Measuring Superluminal motions in Optical Jets with HST 8
21 GO 13326 Ragnhild Lunnan Stockholm University SWE Zooming In on the Progenitors of Ultra-Luminous Supernovae with HST 6
21 GO 13325 Claus Leitherer Space Telescope Science Institute USA Pushing COS to the {Lyman-}Limit 28
21 GO 13324 Davor Krajnovic Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP) DEU Where cores are no more: assessing the role of dissipation in the assembly of early-type galaxies 12
21 GO 13323 Adam Kowalski University of Colorado at Boulder USA Taking the Temperature of Explosive Stellar Flares 8
21 GO 13322 Donald Hoard Eureka Scientific Inc. USA Time-resolved FUV Spectroscopy of a Unique White Dwarf in the Kepler Field 4
21 GO 13321 Pierre Guillard CNRS, Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris FRA COS Spectroscopy of the Stephan's Quintet Giant Shock 18
21 GO 13320 Fabien Grise Universite de Strasbourg I FRA Unveiling the nature of ultraluminous X-ray sources via UV spectroscopy 8
21 GO 13319 Alexandros Gianninas Connecticut College USA COS Spectroscopy of Pulsating, Metal-Rich, Extremely Low Mass White Dwarfs 17
21 GO 13317 Dan Coe Space Telescope Science Institute - ESA - JWST USA Infrared Grism Confirmation of a Strongly Lensed z ~ 11 Candidate: MACS0647-JD 12
21 GO 13316 Howard Bushouse Space Telescope Science Institute USA The Awakening of the Super-Massive Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy 22
21 GO 13315 Marc Buie Southwest Research Institute USA Pluto Satellite Orbits in Support of New Horizons 12
21 GO 13314 Sanchayeeta Borthakur Arizona State University USA Characterizing the Elusive Intragroup Medium and Its Role in Galaxy Evolution 51
21 GO 13313 Mederic Boquien Universite Cote d Azur FRA Determining attenuation laws down to the Lyman break in z~0.3 galaxies 16
21 GO 13312 Danielle Berg University of Texas at Austin USA The Evolution of C/O in Low Metallicity Dwarf Galaxies 13
21 GO 13311 Susan Benecchi Planetary Science Institute USA Precise Orbit Determination for a New Horizons KBO 2
21 GO 13310 Nicholas Abel University of Cincinnati-Clermont College USA The life and death of H2 in a UV-rich environment - Towards a better understanding of H2 excitation and destruction 4
21 SNAP 13309 Yicheng Guo University of Missouri - Columbia USA UV Snapshot of Low-redshift Massive Star-forming Galaxies: Searching for the Analogs of High-redshift Clumpy Galaxies 136
21 GO 13308 Ming Zhao The Pennsylvania State University USA Near-IR spectroscopy of the highly inflated, hottest known Jupiter KOI-13.01 10
21 GO 13307 Nadia Zakamska The Johns Hopkins University USA Taking the measure of quasar winds 26
21 GO 13306 Gillian Wilson University of California - Riverside USA Is the Size Evolution of Massive Galaxies Accelerated in Cluster Environments? 16
21 GO 13305 Carolin Villforth University of Bath GBR Do mergers matter? Testing AGN triggering mechanisms from Seyferts to Quasars 20
21 GO 13304 Grant Tremblay Smithsonian Institution Astrophysical Observatory USA Mysterious ionization in cooling flow filaments: a test with deep COS FUV spectroscopy 23
21 GO 13303 Robert Simcoe Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA The Structure of MgII Absorbing Galaxies at z=2-5: Linking CGM Physics and Stellar Morphology During Galaxy Assembly 27
21 GO 13302 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA COS Spectra of High-Redshift AGN: Probing Deep into the Rest-Frame Ionizing Continuum and Broad Emission Lines 22
21 GO 13301 J. Shull University of Colorado at Boulder USA Deep COS Spectra of the Two Brightest Quasars that Probe the He II Post-Reionization Era 35
21 GO 13300 Kate Rubin San Diego State University USA Mapping MgII Emission in the M82 Superwind: A Rosetta Stone for Understanding Feedback in the Distant Universe 15
21 GO 13299 Jacqueline Radigan Utah Valley University USA Silver Linings: Using Cloud Maps to Understand the L/T Spectral Transtion 12
21 GO 13298 Richard Plotkin University of Nevada - Reno USA Radio-quiet Quasars with Extremely Weak Emission Lines: a New Perspective on Quasar Unification 7
21 GO 13297 Giampaolo Piotto Universita degli Studi di Padova ITA The HST Legacy Survey of Galactic Globular Clusters: Shedding UV Light on Their Populations and Formation 131
21 GO 13296 Paul O'Brien University of Leicester GBR The nuclear outflow in PDS 456 2
21 GO 13295 Soeren Larsen Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen NLD Do the globular clusters in the Fornax dSph have multiple stellar populations? 17
21 GO 13294 Alexander Karim Universitat Bonn, Argelander Institute for Astronomy DEU Characterizing the formation of the primordial red sequence 6
21 GO 13293 Anne Jaskot Williams College USA Green Pea Galaxies: Extreme, Optically-Thin Starbursts? 24
21 GO 13292 Remy Indebetouw The University of Virginia USA Dissecting star formation in N159 8
21 GO 13291 Masao Hayashi National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) JPN Resolving internal structures of the progenitors of early-type galaxies in a vigorously forming cluster at z=2.5 10
21 GO 13290 Stephan Geier Universitat Potsdam DEU The hypervelocity hot subdwarf US 708 - remnant of a double-detonation SN Ia? 3
21 GO 13289 Boris Gaensicke The University of Warwick GBR RXJ0439.8-6809: the hottest pre-white dwarf, or the first double-degenerate supersoft X-ray source? 3
21 GO 13288 Amy Furniss University of California - Santa Cruz USA PG 1424+240: Too Distant to be Seen? 5
21 GO 13287 Ori Fox Space Telescope Science Institute USA Late-Time UV Spectroscopic Signatures from Circumstellar Interaction in Type IIn Supernovae 16
21 GO 13286 Ryan Foley University of California - Santa Cruz USA Understanding the Progenitor Systems, Explosion Mechanisms, and Cosmological Utility of Type Ia Supernovae 36
21 GO 13285 Rick Edelson Eureka Scientific Inc. USA WFC3 imaging and galaxy subtraction for the Kepler BL Lac W2R1926+42 1
21 GO 13284 Jon Miller University of Michigan USA Unravelling the evolution and accretion morphology of an extraordinary black hole X-ray binary 9
21 GO 13283 Xinyu Dai University of Oklahoma Norman Campus USA Testing ISM Evolution Models with Gravitational Lenses 4
21 GO 13282 You-Hua Chu Academia Sinica, Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics TWN A Search for Surviving Companions of Type Ia Supernovae in the Large Magellanic Cloud 16
21 GO 13281 Sebastiano Cantalupo Universita di Milano-Bicocca ITA Illuminating the Dark Phases of Galaxy-Formation with the Help of a z=2.4 Quasar 22
21 GO 13280 Esther Buenzli Evolution of heterogeneous cloud structure through the T dwarf sequence 15
21 AR 13279 Wei Zheng The Johns Hopkins University USA Characterizing the Young Galaxies at Cosmic Dawn unknown
21 AR 13278 Rik Williams Carnegie Institution of Washington USA A new window on galactic suburbia with CSI, CANDELS, and GOODS-S unknown
21 AR 13277 Benjamin Williams University of Washington USA Measuring of the Progenitor Masses of Historic Supernovae unknown
21 AR 13276 J. Wheeler University of Texas at Austin USA Multidimensional and Radiation Hydrodynamics Simulations of Superluminous Supernovae unknown
21 AR 13275 Jessica Werk University of Washington USA The Skeleton in the Closet: Testing the Effect of HII Region Self-Enrichment Using Archival STIS Data unknown
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