Gemini Staff Publications 2010

This is Section 2 of the Gemini Publications site, "Science and engineering papers by Gemini staff".

Where possible, listings are linked to their ADS entries. Listings are in reverse chronological order (most recent first). If your published paper does not appear in this list, please contact the Librarian at xzhang "AT" gemini.edu .


Refereed Publications

Jørgensen, Inger[3]. Star formation in the XMMU J2235.3-2557 galaxy cluster at z= 1.39. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, :1868-. December, 2010.

McDermid, Richard[8]. Early-type galaxies in different environments: an HI view. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 409:500-514. December, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[6]. Investigating the Cosmic-ray Ionization Rate Near the Supernova Remnant IC 443 through H+ 3 Observations. The Astrophysical Journal, 724:1357-1365. December, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[6]. Parallaxes and physical properties of 11 mid-to-late T dwarfs. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 524:38-. December, 2010.

Stephens, A. W.[5]. On the nature of the progenitors of three Type II-P supernovae: 2004et, 2006my and 2006ov. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, :1772-. November, 2010.

Chiboucas, Kristin[21]; Miller, Bryan W.[38]. The HST/ACS Coma Cluster Survey. II. Data Description and Source Catalogs. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 191:143-159. November, 2010.

Trujillo, Chadwick A.[2]. The Size Distribution of the Neptune Trojans and the Missing Intermediate-sized Planetesimals. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 723:L233-L237. November, 2010.

Chiboucas, Kristin[1]. Keck/LRIS Spectroscopic Confirmation of Coma Cluster Dwarf Galaxy Membership Assignments. The Astrophysical Journal, 723:251-266. November, 2010.

Geballe, Thomas R.[8]. The Dusty Nova V1065 Centauri (Nova Cen 2007): a Spectroscopic Analysis of Abundances and Dust Properties. The Astronomical Journal, 140:1347-1369. November, 2010.

Christou, J. C.[12]. Physical properties of the ESA Rosetta target asteroid (21) Lutetia. II. Shape and flyby geometry. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 523:94-. November, 2010.

Christou, J. C.[8]. Physical properties of the ESA Rosetta target asteroid (21) Lutetia. I. The triaxial ellipsoid dimensions, rotational pole, and bulk density. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 523:93-. November, 2010.

Hayward, T. L.[7]. Multiwavelength study of Chandra X-ray sources in the Antennae. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, :1519-. October, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[4]; Adamson, Andrew[15]. The discovery of a very cool, very nearby brown dwarf in the Galactic plane. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, 408:L56-L60. October, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[9]. The SAURON project - XVII. Stellar population analysis of the absorption line strength maps of 48 early-type galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 408:97-132. October, 2010.

De Buizer, James M.[7]. Five Years of Mid-infrared Evolution of the Remnant of SN 1987A: The Encounter Between the Blast Wave and the Dusty Equatorial Ring. The Astrophysical Journal, 722:425-434. October, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[3]. Discovery of a Highly Unequal-mass Binary T Dwarf with Keck Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics: A Coevality Test of Substellar Theoretical Models and Effective Temperatures. The Astrophysical Journal, 722:311-328. October, 2010.

Edwards, M. L.[13]. First Earth-based Detection of a Superbolide on Jupiter. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 721:L129-L133. October, 2010.

Laycock, S.[1]. Digital Access to a Sky Century at Harvard: Initial Photometry and Astrometry. The Astronomical Journal, 140:1062-1077. October, 2010.

Hartung, M.[9]. A brown dwarf companion to the intermediate-mass star HR 6037. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L54-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[27]. Nitrogen hydrides in interstellar gas. Herschel/HIFI observations towards G10.6-0.4 (W31C). Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L45-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[27]. Herschel/HIFI measurements of the ortho/para ratio in water towards Sagittarius B2(M) and W31C. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L26-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[45]. Interstellar CH absorption in the diffuse interstellar medium along the sight-lines to G10.6-0.4 (W31C), W49N, and W51. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L16-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[42]. CH+(1-0) and 13CH+(1-0) absorption lines in the direction of massive star-forming regions. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L15-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T.[19]. Excitation and abundance of C3 in star forming cores. Herschel/HIFI observations of the sight-lines to W31C and W49N. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L13-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[17]. Detection of hydrogen fluoride absorption in diffuse molecular clouds with Herschel/HIFI: an ubiquitous tracer of molecular gas. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L12-. October, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[21]. Herschel/HIFI observations of interstellar OH+ and H2O+ towards W49N: a probe of diffuse clouds with a small molecular fraction. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 521:L10-. October, 2010.

Trujillo, Chadwick A.[2]. Detection of a Trailing (L5) Neptune Trojan. Science, 329:1304-. September, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[2]. A Detailed Model Atmosphere Analysis of Cool White Dwarfs in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 190:77-99. September, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[3]. Dissecting the Red Sequence. IV. The Role of Truncation in the Two-dimensional Family of Early-type Galaxy Star Formation Histories. The Astrophysical Journal, 721:278-296. September, 2010.

Hayward, Thomas L.[7]; Hartung, Markus[12]. The Gemini NICI Planet-finding Campaign: Discovery of a Close Substellar Companion to the Young Debris Disk Star PZ Tel. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 720:L82-L87. September, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[1]. Properties of the T8.5 Dwarf Wolf 940 B. The Astrophysical Journal, 720:252-258. September, 2010.

McDermid, R. M.[16]. Formation of slowly rotating early-type galaxies via major mergers: a resolution study. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 406:2405-2420. August, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[4]. 47 new T dwarfs from the UKIDSS Large Area Survey. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 406:1885-1906. August, 2010.

Hartung, M.[3]. Observations of a stationary mid-latitude cloud system on Titan. Icarus, 208:868-877. August, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[2]. High-resolution 3-μm spectra of Jupiter: Latitudinal spectral variations influenced by molecules, clouds, and haze. Icarus, 208:837-849. August, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[3]; Miller, Bryan W.[5]. The Einstein Cross: Constraint on Dark Matter from Stellar Dynamics and Gravitational Lensing. The Astrophysical Journal, 719:1481-1496. August, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[6]; Leggett, S. K.[7]. The Discovery of the Most Metal-rich White Dwarf: Composition of a Tidally Disrupted Extrasolar Dwarf Planet. The Astrophysical Journal, 719:803-809. August, 2010.

Hartung, Markus[2]; Hayward, Thomas L.[3]. Subsystems in Nearby Solar-type Wide Binaries. The Astronomical Journal, 140:510-517. August, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[3]; Nitta, A.[4]. New developments of the ZZ Ceti instability strip: the discovery of 11 new variables. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 405:2561-2569. July, 2010.

Carrasco, Eleazar R.[1]. Gemini K-band NIRI Adaptive Optics Observations of massive galaxies at 1 < z < 2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 405:2253-2259. July, 2010.

Geballe, Thomas R.[6]. A search for ethane on Pluto and Triton. Icarus, 208:412-424. July, 2010.

Hayward, T. L.[13]. Thermal structure and composition of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot from high-resolution thermal imaging. Icarus, 208:306-328. July, 2010.

Díaz, Rubén J.[2]. The Missing Goliath's Slingshot: Massive Black Hole Recoil at M83. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 717:L42-L46. July, 2010.

Geballe, T. [44]; Philipp-May, S.[48]. Interstellar OH+, H2O+ and H3O+ along the sight-line to G10.6-0.4. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 518:L110-. July, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[17]. Strong absorption by interstellar hydrogen fluoride: Herschel/HIFI observations of the sight-line to G10.6-0.4 (W31C). Astronomy and Astrophysics, 518:L108-. July, 2010.

Artigau, E.[4]. Extending the Canada-France brown dwarfs survey to the near-infrared: first ultracool brown dwarfs from CFBDSIR. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 518:39-. July, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[2]. The discovery of a very cool binary system. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 404:1952-1961. June, 2010.

Laycock, Silas[1]. Exploring the Small Magellanic Cloud to the Faintest X-ray Fluxes: Source Catalog, Timing, and Spectral Analysis. The Astrophysical Journal, 716:1217-1240. June, 2010.

Carrasco, E. R.[1]; Gomez, P. L.[2]; Lee, H.[4]; Diaz, R.[5]; Bergmann, M.[6]; Turner, J. E. H.[7]; Miller, B. W.[8]; West, M. J.[9]. Strong Gravitational Lensing by the Super-massive cD Galaxy in Abell 3827. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 715:L160-L164. June, 2010.

Hirst, P. [5]. Two types of shock in the hotspot of the giant quasar 4C74.26: a high-resolution comparison from Chandra, Gemini and MERLIN. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 404:629-640. May, 2010.

Lee, H.[15]. An Aromatic Inventory of the Local Volume. The Astrophysical Journal, 715:506-540. May, 2010.

McDermid, Richard[9]; Stephens, Andrew[11]. The NGC 404 Nucleus: Star Cluster and Possible Intermediate-mass Black Hole. The Astrophysical Journal, 714:713-731. May, 2010.

Nitta, A.[4]. Pulsational Mapping of Calcium Across the Surface of a White Dwarf. The Astrophysical Journal, 714:296-308. May, 2010.

Walp, B.[3]. The Dust Surrounding W Hydrae. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 712:L135-L138. April, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[9]. Photometric Response Functions of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Imager. The Astronomical Journal, 139:1628-1648. April, 2010.

McDermid, R.[4]. Searching for evidence of energetic feedback in distant galaxies: a galaxy wide outflow in a z ~ 2 ultraluminous infrared galaxy. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 402:2211-2220. March, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[15]. The SAURON project - XVI. On the sources of ionization for the gas in elliptical and lenticular galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 402:2187-2210. March, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[15]. The SAURON project - XV. Modes of star formation in early-type galaxies and the evolution of the red sequence. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 402:2140-2186. March, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[3]. Constraining the Environment of CH+ Formation with CH+ 3 Observations. The Astrophysical Journal, 711:1338-1342. March, 2010.

Levenson, N. A.[5]. A High Spatial Resolution Mid-Infrared Spectroscopic Study of the Nuclei and Star-Forming Regions in Luminous Infrared Galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal, 711:328-349. March, 2010.

Neichel, B.[5]. Simulating the physics and mass assembly of distant galaxies out to z ~ 6 with the E-ELT. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 402:903-922. February, 2010.

Beck, T.[5]. Feeding versus feedback in NGC4151 probed with Gemini NIFS - II. Kinematics. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 402:819-835. February, 2010.

Laycock, Silas[4]. DASCH Discovery of Large Amplitude ~10-100 Year Variability in K Giants. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 710:L77-L81. February, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[1]. Mid-Infrared Photometry of Cold Brown Dwarfs: Diversity in Age, Mass, and Metallicity. The Astrophysical Journal, 710:1627-1640. February, 2010.

Nitta, Atsuko[9]. Finding the Instability Strip for Accreting Pulsating White Dwarfs From Hubble Space Telescope and Optical Observations. The Astrophysical Journal, 710:64-77. February, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo[4]. A Star in the M31 Giant Stream: The Highest Negative Stellar Velocity Known. The Astronomical Journal, 139:372-377. February, 2010.

Leggett, S. K.[4]. The distance to the cool T9 brown dwarf ULAS J003402.77-005206.7. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 511:30-. February, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[1]. Two New and Remarkable Sightlines Through the Galactic Center's Molecular Gas. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 709:L70-L73. January, 2010.

Carrasco, E. R.[2]. Revisiting the Fossil Group Candidates UGC 842 and NGC 6034. The Astronomical Journal, 139:216-227. January, 2010.


Non-Refereed Publications

Christou, J. C.[7]. The Irregular Shape of (21) Lutetia as Determined from Ground-based Observations. American Geophysical Union, 13:1403-1365. December, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[3]; Nitta, A.[4]. Discovery of twelve ZZ Ceti stars. 17TH EUROPEAN WHITE DWARF WORKSHOP. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1273:500-503. November, 2010.

Hogan, E.[1]. Latest Results From The DODO Survey: Imaging Planets Around White Dwarfs. 17TH EUROPEAN WHITE DWARF WORKSHOP. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1273:440-445. November, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[1]. The SDSS DR7 White Dwarf Catalog. 17TH EUROPEAN WHITE DWARF WORKSHOP. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1273:156-159. November, 2010.

Kleinman, S. J.[2]; Nitta, Atsuko[8]. Magnetic White Dwarfs in the SDSS and Estimating the Mean Mass of Normal DA and DB WDs. 17TH EUROPEAN WHITE DWARF WORKSHOP. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1273:19-24. November, 2010.

Christou, J. C.[10]. Pre-flyby Determination Of The Size, Shape, Pole, Density, And Satellites Of (21) Lutetia From Ground-based Observations. American Astronomical Society, 42:1049-81. October, 2010.

Edwards, M.[5]. Jupiter Impacts in the Thermal-Infrared: Comparing Atmospheric Responses in 1994, 2009 and 2010. American Astronomical Society, 42:1010-. October, 2010.

Edwards, M. L.[13]. First Earth-based Detection of a Superbolide on Jupiter. American Astronomical Society, 42:1009-. October, 2010.

Trujillo, C.[3]. A Southern Sky and Galactic Plane Survey for Bright Kuiper Belt Objects. American Astronomical Society, 42:992-. October, 2010.

McDermid, R. M.[17]. Scaling relations in early-type galaxies from integral-field stellar kinematics. Highlights of Astronomy, 15:81-81. October, 2010.

Saito, R.[1]. VISTA Variables in the Vía Láctea (VVV): Current Status and First Results. The Messenger, 141:24-28. September, 2010.

Rippa, Mathew J.[1]; Soto, Jose[2]; Sheehan, Mike[3]; Perez, Gabriel[5]; James, Eric[6]; Wyman, Robert[7]; Nakayama, Cooper[8]; Yamasaki, Chris[9]. Upgrading the Gemini secondary mirror micro-controller. Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy. Edited by Radziwill, 7740:125-. July, 2010.

Núñez, Arturo[1]; Walker, Shane[2]; Goodsell, Stephen[3]. Experience with a new approach for instrument software at Gemini. Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy. Edited by Radziwill, 7740:59-. July, 2010.

Walker, Shane[2]. An observation execution system for next-generation large telescopes. Software and Cyberinfrastructure for Astronomy. Edited by Radziwill, 7740:23-. July, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo[12]. Development of a large mosaic volume phase holographic (VPH) grating for APOGEE. Modern Technologies in Space- and Ground-based Telescopes and Instrumentation. Edited by Atad-Ettedgui, 7739:32-. July, 2010.

Archambeau, Jon[1]. Changes and improvements to the Gemini North Aircraft Avoidance Program at the Gemini North Laser Guide Star facility on Mauna Kea. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:59-. July, 2010.

Ebbers, Angelic W.[1]; Urrutia, Cristian[2]; Cumming, Tom[3]; Gigoux, Pedro[4]. Software operations support at Gemini Observatory. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:50-. July, 2010.

Labrie, Kathleen[1]; Allen, Craig[2]; Hirst, Paul[3]; Holt, Jennifer[4]; Allen, River[5]; Dement, Kaniela [6]. The Gemini Recipe System: a dynamic workflow for automated data reduction. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:45-. July, 2010.

Radomski, James[1]; Trancho, Gelys[2]; Fuhrman, Lucas[3]; Gigoux, Pedro[5]; Montes, Vanessa[6]; Daruich, Felipe[7]; Lazo, Manuel[8]. The GPS water vapor monitor and thermal astronomy at Gemini South. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:43-. July, 2010.

Roth, Katherine C.[1]; Carrasco, E. Rodrigo[2]; Miller, Bryan W.[3]; Stephens, Andrew W.[4]; Jørgensen, Inger[5]; Rodgers, Bernadette[6]. Managing target of opportunity (ToO) observations in queue mode at Gemini Observatory. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:15-. July, 2010.

Jorgensen, Inger[1]; Rodgers, Bernadette[2]; Crabtree, Dennis R.[3]. Gemini Observatory: five years of multi-instrument queue operations. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:12-. July, 2010.

Christou, Julian C.[3]. Laser operations at the 8-10m class telescopes Gemini, Keck, and the VLT: lessons learned, old and new challenges. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:6-. July, 2010.

Matulonis, Anthony C.[1]. Laser Guide Star operations at the Gemini North Telescope. Observatory Operations: Strategies, 7737:5-. July, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[1]; Trujillo, Chadwick[4]; Christou, Julian[5]. Weighing black holes using open-loop focus corrections for LGS-AO observations of galaxy nuclei at Gemini Observatory. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:196-. July, 2010.

Christou, Julian[3]; Hartung, Markus[4]. Application of wavelength diversity for astronomical adaptive optics imaging. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:194-. July, 2010.

Coulson, Dolores M.[1]. Gemini North r' band imaging of the Keck II Laser. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:170-. July, 2010.

Oram, Richard J.[1]; Fesquet, Vincent[2]; Wyman, Robert[3]; D'Orgeville, Celine[4]. Gemini North Laser Guide Star System: operations and maintenance review. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:166-. July, 2010.

Rigaut, Francois[10]. Modeling the adaptive optics systems on the Giant Magellan Telescope. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:136-. July, 2010.

Hartung, Markus[1]; Hayward, Tom L.[2]. Maintenance and operation of the adaptive optics module for NICI, the high-contrast coronagraphic imager of GEMINI observatory. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:86-. July, 2010.

Rigaut, F.[1]; Neichel, B.[2]; Bec, M.[3]. MYST: a comprehensive high-level AO control tool for GeMS. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:83-. July, 2010.

D'Orgeville, Céline[11]; Fesquet, Vincent[12]; Oram, Richard[13]. System overview of 30 W and 55 W sodium guide star laser systems. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:65-. July, 2010.

Christou, Julian C.[1]; Neichel, Benoit[2]; Rigaut, Francois[3]; Sheehan, Michael[4]; McDermid, Richard M.[5]; Trancho, Gelys[6]; Trujillo, Chadwick[7]; Walls, Brian[8]. ALTAIR performance and updates at Gemini North. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:59-. July, 2010.

Hartung, Markus[8]; Hayward, Thomas L.[9]. The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:53-. July, 2010.

Christou, Julian C.[3]. Novel multi-frame approach to photometry of exoplanets. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:50-. July, 2010.

Christou, Julian[2]. Adaptive optics point spread function reconstruction: lessons learned from on-sky experiment on Altair/Gemini and pathway for future systems. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:48-. July, 2010.

Neichel, B.[4]. Tomographic control for wide field AO systems on extremely large telescopes. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:16-. July, 2010.

Neichel, B.[1]; Rigaut, F.[2]; Bec, M.[3]; Boccas, M.[4]; Daruich, F.[5]; D'Orgeville, C.[6]; Fesquet, V.[7]; Galvez, R.[8]; Garcia-Rissmann, A.[9]; Gausachs, G.[10]; Perez, G.[12]; Trancho, G.[13]; Upadhya, V.[14]; Vucina, T.[15]. The Gemini MCAO System GeMS: nearing the end of a lab-story. Adaptive Optics Systems II. Edited by Ellerbroek, 7736:4-. July, 2010.

Roth, Katherine C.[1]; Kleinman, Scot J.[2]; Carrasco, E. Rodrigo[3]. Upgraded GMOS-N science detectors: schedule and commissioning plans. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:260-. July, 2010.

Gausachs, Gaston[1]; Bec, Matthieu[2]; Galvez, Ramon[3]; Cavedoni, Chas[4]; Vergara, Vicente[5]; Diaz, Herman[6]. Design and implementation of an improved chilled water glycol system for GeMS: CANOPUS thermal enclosures. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:209-. July, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo[10]. APOGEE fiber development and FRD testing. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:207-. July, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo[8]. APOGEE cryostat design. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:206-. July, 2010.

Edwards, Michelle L.[5]. Fast photometry mode possibilities for the Canarias Infrared Camera Experiment (CIRCE). Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:199-. July, 2010.

Levenson, N.[14]. The science drivers for a mid-infrared instrument for the TMT. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:187-. July, 2010.

Wyman, Robert T.[1]; Trancho, Gelys[2]. A new MOS mask cutter facility at Gemini/Cerro Tololo observatories. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:175-. July, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo[5]. The Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE) high-resolution near-infrared multi-object fiber spectrograph. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:46-. July, 2010.

Tollestrup, Eric V.[1]. Gemini Observatory instrumentation: a review of the past, present, and future on our 10th anniversary. Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy III. Edited by McLean, 7735:4-. July, 2010.

Laycock, Silas[6]. Chandra Multi-wavelength Plane Survey Towards the Galactic Center. X-RAY ASTRONOMY 2009; PRESENT STATUS, 1248:249-250. July, 2010.

Hanna, Kevin[9]. Characterization of deep-depletion Hamamatsu CCDs for the Gemini multi-object spectrograph. High Energy, 7742:15-. July, 2010.

Sheehan, Michael[1]. A high-speed data acquisition system to measure telescope response to earthquake-induced ground motion. Modeling, 7738:54-. July, 2010.

Geballe, Thomas R.[3]. Comparing the Ortho-To Ratios of H_2 and H_3^+ in Diffuse Interstellar Clouds. International Symposium On Molecular Spectroscopy, 518:39-250. June, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[3]. Linear Analysis of Infrared CO Spectra. International Symposium On Molecular Spectroscopy, . June, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[2]. Two Sightlines Toward the Galactic Center with Remarkable H_3^+ and CO Spectra. International Symposium On Molecular Spectroscopy, . June, 2010.

Geballe, Thomas R.[5]. Constraining the Flux of Low-Energy Cosmic Rays Accelerated by the Supernova Remnant IC 443. International Symposium On Molecular Spectroscopy, . June, 2010.

McDermid, R. M.[16]. Formation of Slowly Rotating Elliptical Galaxies in Major Mergers. A Resolution Study. HUNTING FOR THE DARK: THE HIDDEN SIDE OF GALAXY FORMATION. Edited by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu AIP Conference Proceedings, 1240:405-406. June, 2010.

McDermid, R. M.[15]. The ATLAS3D Project: A Paradigm Shift for Early-Type Galaxies. HUNTING FOR THE DARK: THE HIDDEN SIDE OF GALAXY FORMATION. Edited by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu AIP Conference Proceedings, 1240:335-338. June, 2010.

McDermid, Richard[9]; Stephens, Andrew[11]. Nuclear Star Clusters & Black Holes. HUNTING FOR THE DARK: THE HIDDEN SIDE OF GALAXY FORMATION. Edited by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu AIP Conference Proceedings, 1240:227-230. June, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[2]. Measuring the Low Mass End of the M•-σ Relation. HUNTING FOR THE DARK: THE HIDDEN SIDE OF GALAXY FORMATION. Edited by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu AIP Conference Proceedings, 1240:215-218. June, 2010.

McDermid, Richard M.[2]. Testing Mass Determinations of Supermassive Black Holes via Stellar Kinematics. HUNTING FOR THE DARK: THE HIDDEN SIDE OF GALAXY FORMATION. Edited by Victor P. Debattista and Cristina C. Popescu AIP Conference Proceedings, 1240:211-214. June, 2010.

Gomez, P. L.[2]. The Abell 1882 Supergroup: Star-formation And Agn Activity At The Moment Of Collapse. American Astronomical Society, 216:296-308. May, 2010.

Fritz, Alexander[1]; Hoenig, Michael D.[2]; Schiavon, Ricardo P.[3]. Stellar Populations of the Most Massive Galaxies. Co-Evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies, 267:459-459. May, 2010.

Garcia Rissmann, Aurea[2]. Fe II Emission in the NLS1 galaxy I Zw 1: Results from NIR Spectroscopy. Co-Evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies, 267:136-136. May, 2010.

Garcia-Rissmann, A.[4]. The AGN Properties of the Starburst Galaxy NGC 7582. Co-Evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies, 267:134-134. May, 2010.

Radomski, J. T.[6]; Fisher, R. S.[8]. The Infrared Nuclear Emission of Seyfert Galaxies on Parsec Scales: Testing the Clumpy Torus Models. Co-Evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies, 267:132-132. May, 2010.

Díaz, Rubén J.[2]. The Ying and Yang of the M 83 Nucleus. Co-Evolution of Central Black Holes and Galaxies, 267:121-121. May, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[1]. The Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE). Stellar Populations – Planning for the Next Decade, 262:428-429. April, 2010.

Garcia-Rissmann, A.[4]. The stellar populations of the AGN/Starburst galaxy NGC7582. Stellar Populations – Planning for the Next Decade, 262:416-417. April, 2010.

Fritz, Alexander[1]; Jørgensen, Inger[2]; Schiavon, Ricardo P.[3]. Mass dependent Evolution of Field Early-Type Galaxies Since z=1. Stellar Populations – Planning for the Next Decade, 262:335-336. April, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo R.[4]. The Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE) in Sloan Digital Sky Survey III (SDSS-III). Chemical Abundances in the Universe: Connecting First Stars to Planets, 265:480-481. March, 2010.

Laycock, S.[7]. ChaMPlane II: Near-Infrared Survey of Highly Extincted Regions along the Galactic Plane. American Astronomical Society, 11:734-835. February, 2010.

Laycock, Silas[1]. Exploring the Small Magellanic Cloud to the Faintest X-ray Fluxes. American Astronomical Society, 11:733-. February, 2010.

Laycock, S. [6]. ChaMPlane Galactic Bulge Latitude Survey: Optical Results. American Astronomical Society, 11:731-. February, 2010.

Laycock, S.[2]. Chandra Bulge Latitude Survey (BLS): Near-infrared follow-up campaign. American Astronomical Society, 11:730-. February, 2010.

Gomez, Percy L.[1]. X-ray and Optical Analysis of the Abell 1882 Super Group of Galaxies. American Astronomical Society, 11:711-. February, 2010.

Geballe, T.[7]. Numerical Simulations of Double White Dwarf Mergers. American Astronomical Society, 11:690-. February, 2010.

Roth, Katherine[1]; Stephens, A. W.[2]; Trujillo, C. A.[3]; McDermid, R. M.[4]; Walls, B. D.[6]; Coulson, D. M.[7]; Matulonis, A. C.[8]; Ball, J. G.[9]. Observations Of The LCROSS Impact With NIFS On The Gemini North Telescope. American Astronomical Society, 215:216-227. January, 2010.

Fisher, R. Scott[1]; Michaud, P. D.[2]. A Virtual Field Trip to the Gemini Observatory. American Astronomical Society, 215. January, 2010.

Christensen, E.[9]. Discoveries from the Catalina Real-time Transient Survey. American Astronomical Society, 215:515-. January, 2010.

Michaud, Peter D.[1]; Harvey, J.[4]; Garcia, A.[5]. Integrating the GalileoScope into Successful Outreach Programming. American Astronomical Society, 215. January, 2010.

Lee, H.[7]. Analysis of Optical Imaging from the Local Volume Legacy Survey. American Astronomical Society, 215:481-. January, 2010.

Miller, B.[2]; Trancho, G.[3]. GMOS Calibration to the Lick Index System. American Astronomical Society, 215:476-. January, 2010.

Edwards, Michelle L.[1]. A Near-Infrared Narrow-band Imaging Survey for Massive Stars in Cl 1806-20. American Astronomical Society, 215:473-. January, 2010.

Hartung, M.[7]; Hayward, T.[8]. The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Deep Imaging of Stars in the Solar Neighborhood. American Astronomical Society, 215:457-. January, 2010.

Hartung, M.[7]; Hayward, T.[8]. The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: A Direct Imaging Search for Planets around Beta Pictoris and TW Hydra. American Astronomical Society, 215:457-. January, 2010.

Hartung, M.[7]; Hayward, T.[8]. The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign. American Astronomical Society, 215:457-. January, 2010.

Harvey, J.[2]. The Mauna Kea Observatories Outreach Committee brings Astronomy to the Hawaiian Public. American Astronomical Society, 215:410-. January, 2010.

Rodgers, Bernadette[1]; Jorgensen, I.[2]; Barker, N.[3]; Edwards, M.[4]; Trancho, G.[5]. Women Astronomers at Gemini: A Success Story. American Astronomical Society, 215:409-. January, 2010.

Rodgers, Bernadette[1]. Energy, The Environment And Astronomy: Education And Action. American Astronomical Society, 215:408-. January, 2010.

Gomez, P. L.[30]; Diaz, R. J.[31]; Bergmann, M. P.[32]. The FLAMINGOS-2 On-Sky Performance. American Astronomical Society, 215:400-. January, 2010.

Rodgers, B.[4]. Orbital Solutions for Two Young, Low-Mass Spectroscopic Binaries in Ophiuchus. American Astronomical Society, 215:354-. January, 2010.

Stephens, A. W.[2]. On the Origin of M31's 10 kpc Ring. American Astronomical Society, 215:340-. January, 2010.

Pessev, Peter[1]. Mid-IR Photometry of Multiple Stellar Populations LMC Star Clusters. American Astronomical Society, 215:340-. January, 2010.

Laycock, Silas[1]. X-ray Binaries in the Nearby Starburst Galaxy IC 10: A New Lab for Astrophysics. American Astronomical Society, 215:276-. January, 2010.

Geballe, T. R.[2]. Using CH3+ Observations to Constrain the Environment of CH+ Formation. American Astronomical Society, 215:261-. January, 2010.

Mason, R.[4]; Levenson, N.[5]; Radomski, J.[6]. Results of Spectroscopic Observations of Cygnus A.. American Astronomical Society, 215:243-. January, 2010.

Levenson, N.[2]; Radomski, J.[4]; Mason, R.[8]. IR And X-ray Tests Of The Clumpy Torus Models Of AGN. American Astronomical Society, 215:242-. January, 2010.

Laycock, S. [6]. Chandra Multi-wavelength Plane Survey: 10 Year Later. American Astronomical Society, 215:561-. January, 2010.

McDermid, R. M.[10]. The Role of Vesc in Early Type Galaxy Evolution. American Astronomical Society, 215:551-. January, 2010.

Gomez, Percy L.[1]. Dynamical Analysis of the Abell 1882 Super Group of Galaxies. American Astronomical Society, 215:533-. January, 2010.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[1]. The Metallicities, and Abundance Patterns of Old M31 Globular Clusters. American Astronomical Society, 215:445-. January, 2010.

Trancho, G.[2]. Star Formation And Galaxy Evolution In A Compact Group Environment: A Multi-wavelength Study Of Stephan's Quintet.. American Astronomical Society, 215:428-. January, 2010.

Harvey, J.[2]; Michaud, P. M.[5]. The Mauna Kea Observatories Outreach Committee brings Astronomy to the Hawaiian Public. American Astronomical Society, 215:437-. January, 2010.

Pu'uohau-Pummill, K. [5]. Going Beyond RGB: How to Create Color Composite Images that Convey the Science. American Astronomical Society, 215:309-. January, 2010.

Carrasco, E. R.[3]. Super star clusters in Hii galaxies. Star clusters: basic galactic building blocks throughout time and space, 266:447-450. January, 2010.

Neichel, Benoit[1]. Reconstruction Strategies for GeMS. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :2010-, 2010.

Gladysz, Szymon[1]. Suppressing stellar residual light on extremely large telescopes by aperture modulation. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, 215:9002-, 2010.

Rigaut, Francois[1]. A Sample of GeMS Calibrations and Control Schemes. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :8001-, 2010.

Gratadour, Damien[1]. Fratricide effect on ELTs. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :4005-, 2010.

Garcia-Rissmann, Aurea[1]. SCAO Simulation Results with a Pyramid Sensor on an ELT-like Telescope. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :3011-, 2010.

Garcia-Rissmann, Aurea[1]. Calibration of the MCAO Canopus Bench. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :2012-, 2010.

Neichel, Benoit[1]. Reconstruction Strategies for GeMS. 1st AO4ELT conference - Adaptative Optics for Extremely Large Telescopes, :2010-, 2010.

 

-Updated: January 6, 2011