Keck Refereed Publications List

Updated 14Feb2022

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2022

  1. OPTICAL AND NEAR-INFRARED DATA AND MODELLING OF NOVA V5668 SGR
    Takeda, L., Diaz, M., Campbell, R. D., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.511.1591T)

  2. THE ALPINE-ALMA [C II] SURVEY: INVESTIGATION OF 10 GALAXIES AT Z 4.5 WITH [O II] AND [C II] LINE EMISSION - ISM PROPERTIES AND [O II]-SFR RELATION
    Vanderhoof, Brittany N., Faisst, A. L., Shen, L., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.511.1303V)

  3. K2-99 REVISITED: A NON-INFLATED WARM JUPITER, AND A TEMPERATE GIANT PLANET ON A 522-D ORBIT AROUND A SUBGIANT
    Smith, A. M. S., Breton, S. N., Csizmadia, Sz, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.510.5035S)

  4. TOI-530B: A GIANT PLANET TRANSITING AN M-DWARF DETECTED BY TESS
    Gan, Tianjun, Lin, Zitao, Wang, Sharon Xuesong, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.511...83G)

  5. INFERRING THE ROTATION PERIOD DISTRIBUTION OF STARS FROM THEIR PROJECTED ROTATION VELOCITIES AND RADII: APPLICATION TO LATE-F/EARLY-G KEPLER STARS
    Masuda, Kento, Petigura, Erik A., Hall, Oliver J.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.510.5623M)

  6. ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXIES IN THE PERSEUS CLUSTER: COMPARING GALAXY PROPERTIES WITH GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM RICHNESS
    Gannon, Jonah S., Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.510..946G)

  7. CHEMO-DYNAMICS AND ASTEROSEISMIC AGES OF SEVEN METAL-POOR RED GIANTS FROM THE KEPLER FIELD
    Alencastro Puls, Arthur, Casagrande, Luca, Monty, Stephanie, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.510.1733A)

  8. DYNAMICAL MASS OF THE EXOPLANET HOST STAR HR 8799
    Sepulveda, Aldo G., Bowler, Brendan P.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...52S)

  9. DYNAMICAL MASS OF THE YOUNG SUBSTELLAR COMPANION HD 984 B
    Franson, Kyle, Bowler, Brendan P., Brandt, Timothy D., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...50F)

  10. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. VIII. CONFIRMATION OF A TRANSITING GIANT PLANET ON AN ECCENTRIC 261 DAY ORBIT WITH THE AUTOMATED PLANET FINDER TELESCOPE
    Dalba, Paul A., Kane, Stephen R., Dragomir, Diana, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...61D)

  11. A COMPREHENSIVE CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF THE EXTREMELY METAL POOR LEONCINO DWARF GALAXY (AGC 198691)
    Aver, Erik, Berg, Danielle A., Hirschauer, Alec S., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.510..373A)

  12. CHARACTERIZING THE FAST RADIO BURST HOST GALAXY POPULATION AND ITS CONNECTION TO TRANSIENTS IN THE LOCAL AND EXTRAGALACTIC UNIVERSE
    Bhandari, Shivani, Heintz, Kasper E., Aggarwal, Kshitij, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...69B)

  13. TESS-KECK SURVEY. IX. MASSES OF THREE SUB-NEPTUNES ORBITING HD 191939 AND THE DISCOVERY OF A WARM JOVIAN PLUS A DISTANT SUBSTELLAR COMPANION
    Lubin, Jack, Van Zandt, Judah, Holcomb, Rae, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163..101L)

  14. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE SCALING RELATIONS FOR MULTIPLE ELEMENTS IN Z ≃ 2-3 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Strom, Allison L., Rudie, Gwen C., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...925..116S)

  15. AN IMAGING SEARCH FOR POST-MAIN-SEQUENCE PLANETS OF SIRIUS B
    Lucas, Miles, Bottom, Michael, Ruane, Garreth, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...81L)

  16. THE EFFECTS OF STELLAR POPULATION AND GAS COVERING FRACTION ON THE EMERGENT LYΑ EMISSION OF HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES
    Reddy, Naveen A., Topping, Michael W., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...926...31R)

  17. VALIDATION OF 13 HOT AND POTENTIALLY TERRESTRIAL TESS PLANETS
    Giacalone, Steven, Dressing, Courtney D., Hedges, Christina, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...99G)

  18. ESCAPING HELIUM FROM TOI 560.01, A YOUNG MINI-NEPTUNE
    Zhang, Michael, Knutson, Heather A., Wang, Lile, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...67Z)

  19. EMPRESS. IV. EXTREMELY METAL-POOR GALAXIES INCLUDING VERY LOW-MASS PRIMORDIAL SYSTEMS WITH M * = 104-105 M AND 2%-3% (O/H): HIGH (FE/O) SUGGESTIVE OF METAL ENRICHMENT BY HYPERNOVAE/PAIR-INSTABILITY SUPERNOVAE
    Isobe, Yuki, Ouchi, Masami, Suzuki, Akihiro, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...925..111I)

  20. DETECTION OF ONGOING MASS LOSS FROM HD 63433C, A YOUNG MINI-NEPTUNE
    Zhang, Michael, Knutson, Heather A., Wang, Lile, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022AJ....163...68Z)

  21. DISCOVERY OF A DOUBLE-DETONATION THERMONUCLEAR SUPERNOVA PROGENITOR
    Kupfer, Thomas, Bauer, Evan B., van Roestel, Jan, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...925L..12K)

  22. IDENTIFICATION OF NEW M 31 STAR CLUSTER CANDIDATES FROM PANDAS IMAGES USING CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS
    Wang, Shoucheng, Chen, Bingqiu, Ma, Jun, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022A&A...658A..51W)

  23. DISCOVERY OF A DOUBLE RADIO RELIC IN ZWCL1447.2+2619: A RARE TESTBED FOR SHOCK-ACCELERATION MODELS WITH A PECULIAR SURFACE-BRIGHTNESS RATIO
    Lee, Wonki, James Jee, M., Finner, Kyle, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...18L)

  24. CHARACTERIZATION OF EXOPLANETARY ATMOSPHERES THROUGH A MODEL-UNBIASED SPECTRAL SURVEY METHODOLOGY
    Lira-Barria, A., Rojo, P. M., Mendez, R. A.
    2022, refereed (2022A&A...657A..36L)

  25. FINAL MOMENTS. I. PRECURSOR EMISSION, ENVELOPE INFLATION, AND ENHANCED MASS LOSS PRECEDING THE LUMINOUS TYPE II SUPERNOVA 2020TLF
    Jacobson-Galán, W. V., Dessart, L., Jones, D. O., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...15J)

  26. CHARACTERIZING MICROLENSING PLANETARY SYSTEM OGLE-2014-BLG-0676LB WITH ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING
    Xie, Xiao-Jia, Dong, Subo, Shvartzvald, Yossi, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022RAA....21..303X)

  27. SPATIALLY RESOLVED STELLAR SPECTROSCOPY OF THE ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXY DRAGONFLY 44. III. EVIDENCE FOR AN UNEXPECTED STAR FORMATION HISTORY UNDER CONVENTIONAL GALAXY EVOLUTION PROCESSES
    Villaume, Alexa, Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...32V)

  28. IMPROVING PLANET DETECTION WITH DISK MODELING: KECK/NIRC2 IMAGING OF THE HD 34282 SINGLE-ARMED PROTOPLANETARY DISK
    Quiroz, Juan, Wallack, Nicole L., Ren, Bin, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924L...4Q)

  29. SPECTROSCOPY OF AN EXTREME [O III] EMITTING ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS AT Z = 3.212: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Tang, Mengtao, Stark, Daniel P., Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.3102T)

  30. LYMAN CONTINUUM GALAXY CANDIDATES IN COSMOS
    Prichard, Laura J., Rafelski, Marc, Cooke, Jeff, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...14P)

  31. EVOLUTION OF C IV ABSORBERS. II. WHERE DOES C IV LIVE?
    Hasan, Farhanul, Churchill, Christopher W., Stemock, Bryson, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...12H)

  32. THE NUMBER DENSITIES AND STELLAR POPULATIONS OF MASSIVE GALAXIES AT 3 < Z < 6: A DIVERSE, RAPIDLY FORMING POPULATION IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE
    Marsan, Z. Cemile, Muzzin, Adam, Marchesini, Danilo, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...25M)

  33. LATE-TIME EVOLUTION AND MODELING OF THE OFF-AXIS GAMMA-RAY BURST CANDIDATE FIRST J141918.9+394036
    Mooley, K. P., Margalit, B., Law, C. J., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...16M)

  34. NON-DETECTION OF 6LI IN SPITE PLATEAU STARS WITH ESPRESSO
    Wang, Ella Xi, Nordlander, Thomas, Asplund, Martin, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.1521W)

  35. DISCOVERY OF AN INFLATED HOT JUPITER AROUND A SLIGHTLY EVOLVED STAR TOI-1789
    Khandelwal, Akanksha, Chaturvedi, Priyanka, Chakraborty, Abhijit, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.3339K)

  36. MULTIRESOLUTION ANGULAR MOMENTUM MEASUREMENTS OF Z 1.5-2 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Espejo Salcedo, Juan M., Glazebrook, Karl, Fisher, Deanne B., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.2318E)

  37. THE TREX SURVEY: KINEMATICAL COMPLEXITY THROUGHOUT M33'S STELLAR DISK AND EVIDENCE FOR A STELLAR HALO
    Gilbert, Karoline M., Quirk, Amanda C. N., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924..116G)

  38. MEASURING THE Α-ABUNDANCE OF SUBSOLAR-METALLICITY STARS IN THE MILKY WAY'S CENTRAL HALF-PARSEC: TESTING GLOBULAR CLUSTER AND DWARF GALAXY INFALL SCENARIOS
    Bentley, Rory O., Do, Tuan, Kerzendorf, Wolfgang, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...925...77B)

  39. COSMOS2020: A PANCHROMATIC VIEW OF THE UNIVERSE TO Z 10 FROM TWO COMPLEMENTARY CATALOGS
    Weaver, J. R., Kauffmann, O. B., Ilbert, O., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJS..258...11W)

  40. A WC/WO STAR EXPLODING WITHIN AN EXPANDING CARBON-OXYGEN-NEON NEBULA
    Gal-Yam, A., Bruch, R., Schulze, S., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022Natur.601..201G)

  41. MASS DISTRIBUTION IN THE GALACTIC CENTER BASED ON INTERFEROMETRIC ASTROMETRY OF MULTIPLE STELLAR ORBITS
    Gravity Collaboration, Abuter, R., Aimar, N., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022A&A...657L..12G)

  42. OPTIMAL 1D LY Α FOREST POWER SPECTRUM ESTIMATION - II. KODIAQ, SQUAD, AND XQ-100
    Karaçaylı, Naim Göksel, Padmanabhan, Nikhil, Font-Ribera, Andreu, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.2842K)

  43. AN EARLY-TIME OPTICAL AND ULTRAVIOLET EXCESS IN THE TYPE-IC SN 2020OI
    Gagliano, Alexander, Izzo, Luca, Kilpatrick, Charles D., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...55G)

  44. FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS AND ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF THE COMPONENTS IN THE SB2 SYSTEM HD 60803
    Ryabchikova, T., Zvyagintsev, S., Tkachenko, A., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509..202R)

  45. VOLATILE ABUNDANCES, EXTENDED COMA SOURCES, AND NUCLEUS ICE ASSOCIATIONS IN COMET C/2014 Q2 (LOVEJOY)
    Dello Russo, Neil, Vervack, Ronald J., Kawakita, Hideyo, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022PSJ.....3....6D)

  46. OBSERVED TIDAL EVOLUTION OF KLEOPATRA'S OUTER SATELLITE
    Brož, M., Ďurech, J., Carry, B., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022A&A...657A..76B)

  47. SIMULTANEOUS CONSTRAINTS ON THE STAR FORMATION HISTORY AND NUCLEOSYNTHESIS OF SCULPTOR DSPH
    de los Reyes, Mithi A. C., Kirby, Evan N., Ji, Alexander P., et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...925...66D)

  48. EVIDENCE FOR THE PREFERENTIAL DISRUPTION OF MODERATELY MASSIVE STARS BY SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES
    Mockler, Brenna, Twum, Angela A., Auchettl, Katie, et al.
    2022, refereed (2022ApJ...924...70M)

  49. A MEASUREMENT OF THE LY Β FOREST POWER SPECTRUM AND ITS CROSS WITH THE LY Α FOREST IN X-SHOOTER XQ-100
    Wilson, Bayu, Iršič, Vid, McQuinn, Matthew
    2022, refereed (2022MNRAS.509.2423W)

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2021

  1. RESOLVING IO'S VOLCANOES FROM A MUTUAL EVENT OBSERVATION AT THE LARGE BINOCULAR TELESCOPE
    de Kleer, Katherine, Skrutskie, Michael, Leisenring, Jarron, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021PSJ.....2..227D)

  2. REAL-TIME DISCOVERY OF AT2020XND: A FAST, LUMINOUS ULTRAVIOLET TRANSIENT WITH MINIMAL RADIOACTIVE EJECTA
    Perley, Daniel A., Ho, Anna Y. Q., Yao, Yuhan, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.5138P)

  3. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. VI. TWO ECCENTRIC SUB-NEPTUNES ORBITING HIP-97166
    MacDougall, Mason G., Petigura, Erik A., Angelo, Isabel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..265M)

  4. SN 2008IY CIRCUMSTELLAR INTERACTION: BRIGHT AND LESSER LIGHT EFFECTS
    Chugai, N. N.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.6023C)

  5. MEASURING AN OFF-CENTER DETONATION THROUGH INFRARED LINE PROFILES: THE PECULIAR TYPE IA SUPERNOVA SN 2020QXP/ASASSN-20JQ
    Hoeflich, P., Ashall, C., Bose, S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922..186H)

  6. WOLF 503 B: CHARACTERIZATION OF A SUB-NEPTUNE ORBITING A METAL-POOR K DWARF
    Polanski, Alex S., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Burt, Jennifer A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..238P)

  7. DEEP EXPLORATION OF THE PLANETS HR 8799 B, C, AND D WITH MODERATE-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY
    Ruffio, Jean-Baptiste, Konopacky, Quinn M., Barman, Travis, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..290R)

  8. UPPER LIMITS ON THE ESCAPE FRACTION OF IONIZING RADIATION FROM GALAXIES AT 2 ≲ Z < 6
    Meštrić, U., Ryan-Weber, E. V., Cooke, J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.4443M)

  9. THE 12CO/13CO ISOTOPOLOGUE RATIO OF A YOUNG, ISOLATED BROWN DWARF. POSSIBLY DISTINCT FORMATION PATHWAYS OF SUPER-JUPITERS AND BROWN DWARFS
    Zhang, Yapeng, Snellen, Ignas A. G., Mollière, Paul
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...656A..76Z)

  10. SCEXAO/CHARIS DIRECT IMAGING OF A LOW-MASS COMPANION AT A SATURN-LIKE SEPARATION FROM AN ACCELERATING YOUNG A7 STAR
    Chilcote, Jeffrey, Tobin, Taylor, Currie, Thayne, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..251C)

  11. AN EXTREME CASE OF GALAXY AND CLUSTER CO-EVOLUTION AT Z = 0.7
    Ebeling, H., Richard, J., Smail, I., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.3663E)

  12. REINVESTIGATION OF THE MULTIEPOCH DIRECT DETECTIONS OF HD 88133 B AND UPSILON ANDROMEDAE B
    Buzard, Cam, Piskorz, Danielle, Lockwood, Alexandra C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..269B)

  13. ANOTHER SUPERDENSE SUB-NEPTUNE IN K2-182 B AND REFINED MASS MEASUREMENTS FOR K2-199 B AND C
    Akana Murphy, Joseph M., Kosiarek, Molly R., Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..294A)

  14. SDSS J1059+4251, A HIGHLY MAGNIFIED Z 2.8 STAR-FORMING GALAXY: ESI OBSERVATIONS OF THE REST-FRAME UV SPECTRUM
    Citro, Annalisa, Erb, Dawn K., Pettini, Max, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922..187C)

  15. METAL-ENRICHED HALO GAS ACROSS GALAXY OVERDENSITIES OVER THE LAST 10 BILLION YEARS
    Dutta, Rajeshwari, Fumagalli, Michele, Fossati, Matteo, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.4573D)

  16. 14 HER: A LIKELY CASE OF PLANET-PLANET SCATTERING
    Bardalez Gagliuffi, Daniella C., Faherty, Jacqueline K., Li, Yiting, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922L..43B)

  17. DISSECTING THE LOCAL ENVIRONMENT OF FRB 190608 IN THE SPIRAL ARM OF ITS HOST GALAXY
    Chittidi, Jay S., Simha, Sunil, Mannings, Alexandra, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922..173C)

  18. THE BROWN DWARF KINEMATICS PROJECT (BDKP). V. RADIAL AND ROTATIONAL VELOCITIES OF T DWARFS FROM KECK/NIRSPEC HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY
    Hsu, Chih-Chun, Burgasser, Adam J., Theissen, Christopher A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJS..257...45H)

  19. MASSIVE MOLECULAR OUTFLOW AND 100 KPC EXTENDED COLD HALO GAS IN THE ENORMOUS LYΑ NEBULA OF QSO 1228+3128
    Li, Jianrui, Emonts, Bjorn H. C., Cai, Zheng, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922L..29L)

  20. A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF ELAN ENVIRONMENTS (AMUSE2). DETECTION OF A DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXY WITHIN THE ENORMOUS LYΑ NEBULA AT Z=2.3 SHEDS LIGHT ON ITS ORIGIN
    Chen, Chian-Chou, Arrigoni Battaia, Fabrizio, Emonts, Bjorn H. C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..200C)

  21. IMPROVED DYNAMICAL MASSES FOR SIX BROWN DWARF COMPANIONS USING HIPPARCOS AND GAIA EDR3
    Brandt, G. Mirek, Dupuy, Trent J., Li, Yiting, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..301B)

  22. TRACING THE IONIZATION STRUCTURE OF THE SHOCKED FILAMENTS OF NGC 6240
    Medling, Anne M., Kewley, Lisa J., Calzetti, Daniela, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..160M)

  23. THE POSTTRANSIT TAIL OF WASP-107B OBSERVED AT 10830 Å
    Spake, J. J., Oklopčić, A., Hillenbrand, L. A.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..284S)

  24. A NASCENT TIDAL DWARF GALAXY FORMING WITHIN THE NORTHERN H I STREAMER OF M82
    Pasha, Imad, Lokhorst, Deborah, van Dokkum, Pieter G., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923L..21P)

  25. THE MEAN FREE PATH OF IONIZING PHOTONS AT 5 < Z < 6: EVIDENCE FOR RAPID EVOLUTION NEAR REIONIZATION
    Becker, George D., D'Aloisio, Anson, Christenson, Holly M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.1853B)

  26. MUSEQUBES: CHARACTERIZING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF REDSHIFT ≍3.3 LY Α EMITTERS
    Muzahid, Sowgat, Schaye, Joop, Cantalupo, Sebastiano, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.5612M)

  27. DISCOVERY OF A PROTOCLUSTER CORE ASSOCIATED WITH AN ENORMOUS LYA NEBULA AT Z = 2.3
    Li, Qiong, Wang, Ran, Dannerbauer, Helmut, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922..236L)

  28. AT 2018LQH AND THE NATURE OF THE EMERGING POPULATION OF DAY-SCALE DURATION OPTICAL TRANSIENTS
    Ofek, E. O., Adams, S. M., Waxman, E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922..247O)

  29. AUTO-RSM: AN AUTOMATED PARAMETER-SELECTION ALGORITHM FOR THE RSM MAP EXOPLANET DETECTION ALGORITHM
    Dahlqvist, C. -H., Cantalloube, F., Absil, O.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...656A..54D)

  30. DIVING BENEATH THE SEA OF STELLAR ACTIVITY: CHROMATIC RADIAL VELOCITIES OF THE YOUNG AU MIC PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Cale, Bryson L., Reefe, Michael, Plavchan, Peter, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..295C)

  31. CONSTRAINTS ON THE END OF REIONIZATION FROM THE DENSITY FIELDS SURROUNDING TWO HIGHLY OPAQUE QUASAR SIGHTLINES
    Christenson, Holly M., Becker, George D., Furlanetto, Steven R., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923...87C)

  32. MULTIPHASE OUTFLOWS IN HIGH-REDSHIFT QUASAR HOST GALAXIES
    Vayner, Andrey, Zakamska, Nadia, Wright, Shelley A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923...59V)

  33. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF THREE NEW BA STARS FROM THE KECK/HIRES SPECTRA
    Liu, Shuai, Wang, Liang, Shi, Jian-Rong, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021RAA....21..278L)

  34. SN 2018AGK: A PROTOTYPICAL TYPE IA SUPERNOVA WITH A SMOOTH POWER-LAW RISE IN KEPLER (K2)
    Wang, Qinan, Rest, Armin, Zenati, Yossef, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..167W)

  35. CHASING THE TAIL OF COSMIC REIONIZATION WITH DARK GAP STATISTICS IN THE LYΑ FOREST OVER 5 < Z < 6
    Zhu, Yongda, Becker, George D., Bosman, Sarah E. I., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..223Z)

  36. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MASSIVE COMPACT STARBURST GALAXIES WITH EXTREME OUTFLOWS
    Perrotta, Serena, George, Erin R., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..275P)

  37. PROBING EARLY SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE GROWTH AND QUASAR EVOLUTION WITH NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF 37 REIONIZATION-ERA QUASARS AT 6.3 < Z ≤ 7.64
    Yang, Jinyi, Wang, Feige, Fan, Xiaohui, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..262Y)

  38. THE FOUNDATION SUPERNOVA SURVEY: PHOTOSPHERIC VELOCITY CORRELATIONS IN TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Dettman, Kyle G., Jha, Saurabh W., Dai, Mi, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..267D)

  39. THE GRAVITY COLLECTIVE: A SEARCH FOR THE ELECTROMAGNETIC COUNTERPART TO THE NEUTRON STAR-BLACK HOLE MERGER GW190814
    Kilpatrick, Charles D., Coulter, David A., Arcavi, Iair, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...923..258K)

  40. CHARACTERIZING MICROLENSING PLANETARY SYSTEM OGLE-2014-BLG-0676LB WITH ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING
    Xie, Xiao-Jia, Dong, Subo, Shvartzvald, Yossi, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021RAA....21..303X)

  41. THE EXTRAORDINARY PASSAGE OF COMET C/2020 F3 NEOWISE: EVIDENCE FOR HETEROGENEOUS CHEMICAL INVENTORY IN ITS NUCLEUS
    Faggi, Sara, Lippi, Manuela, Camarca, Maria, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..178F)

  42. A LOCAL BASELINE OF THE BLACK HOLE MASS SCALING RELATIONS FOR ACTIVE GALAXIES. IV. CORRELATIONS BETWEEN MBH AND HOST GALAXY Σ, STELLAR MASS, AND LUMINOSITY
    Bennert, Vardha N., Treu, Tommaso, Ding, Xuheng, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921...36B)

  43. ESTIMATING THE CONTRIBUTION OF FOREGROUND HALOS TO THE FRB 180924 DISPERSION MEASURE
    Simha, Sunil, Tejos, Nicolas, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921..134S)

  44. FIRST DOPPLER LIMITS ON BINARY PLANETS AND EXOMOONS IN THE HR 8799 SYSTEM
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Rodriguez, Joseph E.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922L...2V)

  45. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF THE GALACTIC BULGE AS TRACED BY MICROLENSED DWARF AND SUBGIANT STARS. VIII. CARBON AND OXYGEN
    Bensby, T., Gould, A., Asplund, M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...655A.117B)

  46. ESTABLISHING Α OPH AS A PROTOTYPE ROTATOR: PRECISION ORBIT WITH NEW KECK, CHARA, AND RV OBSERVATIONS
    Gardner, Tyler, Monnier, John D., Fekel, Francis C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921...41G)

  47. DETAILED ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES OF BINARY STARS: SEARCHING FOR SIGNATURES OF PLANET FORMATION AND ATOMIC DIFFUSION
    Liu, Fan, Bitsch, Bertram, Asplund, Martin, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.1227L)

  48. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE DEPENDENCE OF H Α-TO-UV SFR RATIOS ON SFR AND SIZE AT Z 2
    Fetherolf, Tara, Reddy, Naveen A., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508.1431F)

  49. REVEALING THE VERTICAL CLOUD STRUCTURE OF A YOUNG LOW-MASS BROWN DWARF, AN ANALOG TO THE Β-PICTORIS B DIRECTLY IMAGED EXOPLANET, THROUGH KECK I/MOSFIRE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC VARIABILITY
    Manjavacas, Elena, Karalidi, Theodora, Vos, Johanna M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..179M)

  50. POINT SPREAD FUNCTION RECONSTRUCTION OF ADAPTIVE-OPTICS IMAGING: MEETING THE ASTROMETRIC REQUIREMENTS FOR TIME-DELAY COSMOGRAPHY
    Chen, Geoff C. -F., Treu, Tommaso, Fassnacht, Christopher D., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508..755C)

  51. KECK/OSIRIS PAΒ HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING AND UPDATED CONSTRAINTS ON PDS 70B
    Uyama, Taichi, Xie, Chen, Aoyama, Yuhiko, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..214U)

  52. CONSTRAINING THE ORBIT AND MASS OF EPSILON ERIDANI B WITH RADIAL VELOCITIES, HIPPARCOS IAD-GAIA DR2 ASTROMETRY, AND MULTIEPOCH VORTEX CORONAGRAPHY UPPER LIMITS
    Llop-Sayson, Jorge, Wang, Jason J., Ruffio, Jean-Baptiste, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..181L)

  53. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP OF THE MOST METAL-POOR CANDIDATES FROM SKYMAPPER DR1.1
    Yong, D., Da Costa, G. S., Bessell, M. S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.4102Y)

  54. NGTS CLUSTERS SURVEY - III. A LOW-MASS ECLIPSING BINARY IN THE BLANCO 1 OPEN CLUSTER SPANNING THE FULLY CONVECTIVE BOUNDARY
    Smith, Gareth D., Gillen, Edward, Queloz, Didier, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.5991S)

  55. TESS-KECK SURVEY. V. TWIN SUB-NEPTUNES TRANSITING THE NEARBY G STAR HD 63935
    Scarsdale, Nicholas, Murphy, Joseph M. Akana, Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..215S)

  56. MCMC-BASED VOIGT PROFILE FITTING TO A MINI-BAL SYSTEM IN THE QUASAR UM 675
    Ishita, Dai, Misawa, Toru, Itoh, Daisuke, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921..119I)

  57. SOLES I: THE SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT OF K2-140 B
    Rice, Malena, Wang, Songhu, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..182R)

  58. ROSS 19B: AN EXTREMELY COLD COMPANION DISCOVERED VIA THE BACKYARD WORLDS: PLANET 9 CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT
    Schneider, Adam C., Meisner, Aaron M., Gagné, Jonathan, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921..140S)

  59. V488 PER REVISITED: NO STRONG MID-INFRARED EMISSION FEATURES AND NO EVIDENCE FOR STELLAR/SUBSTELLAR COMPANIONS
    Sankar, Swetha, Melis, Carl, Klein, Beth L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922...75S)

  60. THE NEAR-STELLAR ENVIRONMENT OF CLASS 0 PROTOSTARS: A FIRST LOOK WITH NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Laos, Stefan, Greene, Thomas P., Najita, Joan R., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921..110L)

  61. THE KBSS-KCWI SURVEY: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN EXTENDED LY Α HALOES AND GALAXY AZIMUTHAL ANGLE AT Z 2-3
    Chen, Yuguang, Steidel, Charles C., Erb, Dawn K., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.508...19C)

  62. THE TYPE II SUPERNOVA SN 2020JFO IN M 61, IMPLICATIONS FOR PROGENITOR SYSTEM, AND EXPLOSION DYNAMICS
    Sollerman, J., Yang, S., Schulze, S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...655A.105S)

  63. GAIA GRAL: GAIA DR2 GRAVITATIONAL LENS SYSTEMS. VI. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION AND MODELING OF QUADRUPLY IMAGED LENSED QUASARS
    Stern, D., Djorgovski, S. G., Krone-Martins, A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921...42S)

  64. HΑ REVERBERATION MAPPING OF THE INTERMEDIATE-MASS ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS IN NGC 4395
    Cho, Hojin, Woo, Jong-Hak, Treu, Tommaso, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921...98C)

  65. KILOPARSEC-SCALE AGN OUTFLOWS AND FEEDBACK IN MERGER-FREE GALAXIES
    Smethurst, R. J., Simmons, B. D., Coil, A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.3985S)

  66. DISENTANGLING THE PHYSICAL ORIGIN OF EMISSION LINE RATIO OFFSETS AT HIGH REDSHIFT WITH SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY
    Hirtenstein, Jessie, Jones, Tucker, Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...922...12H)

  67. ECLIPSING BINARIES IN THE OPEN CLUSTER RUPRECHT 147. IV: THE ACTIVE TRIPLE SYSTEM EPIC 219511354
    Torres, Guillermo, Vanderburg, Andrew, Curtis, Jason L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921..133T)

  68. A LOW-ENERGY EXPLOSION YIELDS THE UNDERLUMINOUS TYPE IIP SN 2020CXD
    Yang, S., Sollerman, J., Strotjohann, N. L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...655A..90Y)

  69. ESTIMATING THE EFFECTIVE LIFETIME OF THE Z 6 QUASAR POPULATION FROM THE COMPOSITE PROXIMITY ZONE PROFILE
    Morey, Karna A., Eilers, Anna-Christina, Davies, Frederick B., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...921...88M)

  70. NGC 147 CORROBORATES THE BREAK IN THE STELLAR MASS-STELLAR METALLICITY RELATION FOR GALAXIES
    Zhuang, Zhuyun, Kirby, Evan N., Leethochawalit, Nicha, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920...63Z)

  71. THE MAGELLAN-TESS SURVEY. I. SURVEY DESCRIPTION AND MIDSURVEY RESULTS
    Teske, Johanna, Wang, Sharon Xuesong, Wolfgang, Angie, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJS..256...33T)

  72. MULTI-WAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF AT2019WEY: A NEW CANDIDATE BLACK HOLE LOW-MASS X-RAY BINARY
    Yao, Yuhan, Kulkarni, S. R., Burdge, Kevin B., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920..120Y)

  73. DISCOVERY OF EXTREMELY LOW-METALLICITY CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS AT Z = 0.5 TOWARDS Q0454-220
    Norris, Jackson M., Muzahid, Sowgat, Charlton, Jane C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.5640N)

  74. A SYSTEMATIC RECLASSIFICATION OF TYPE IIN SUPERNOVAE
    Ransome, C. L., Habergham-Mawson, S. M., Darnley, M. J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.4715R)

  75. AT 2019QYL IN NGC 300: INTERNAL COLLISIONS IN THE EARLY OUTFLOW FROM A VERY FAST NOVA IN A SYMBIOTIC BINARY
    Jencson, Jacob E., Andrews, Jennifer E., Bond, Howard E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920..127J)

  76. A SPATIALLY RESOLVED SURVEY OF DISTANT QUASAR HOST GALAXIES. I. DYNAMICS OF GALACTIC OUTFLOWS
    Vayner, Andrey, Wright, Shelley A., Murray, Norman, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919..122V)

  77. HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELD CLUSTERS AND THEIR PARALLEL FIELDS: PHOTOMETRIC AND PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT CATALOGS
    Pagul, A., Sánchez, F. J., Davidzon, I., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJS..256...27P)

  78. TWO BRIGHT M DWARFS HOSTING ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD SUPER-EARTHS WITH EARTH-LIKE COMPOSITIONS
    Hirano, Teruyuki, Livingston, John H., Fukui, Akihiko, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..161H)

  79. DETAILED ABUNDANCES OF PLANET-HOSTING OPEN CLUSTERS. THE PRAESEPE (BEEHIVE) CLUSTER
    Vejar, George, Schuler, Simon C., Stassun, Keivan G.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919..100V)

  80. THERMAL STATE OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM NEAR TO THE OPTICAL LIMIT FOR THE LY Α FOREST
    Ondro, Tomáš, Gális, Rudolf
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.6052O)

  81. THE INITIAL-FINAL MASS RELATION FOR HYDROGEN-DEFICIENT WHITE DWARFS
    Barnett, Joseph W., Williams, Kurtis A., Bédard, A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..162B)

  82. A SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY SAMPLE. II. CORRELATIONS OF STELLAR METALLICITIES WITH PLANETARY ARCHITECTURES
    Ghezzi, Luan, Martinez, Cintia F., Wilson, Robert F., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920...19G)

  83. TOI-1749: AN M DWARF WITH A TRIO OF PLANETS INCLUDING A NEAR-RESONANT PAIR
    Fukui, A., Korth, J., Livingston, J. H., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..167F)

  84. GIANT OUTER TRANSITING EXOPLANET MASS (GOT 'EM) SURVEY. II. DISCOVERY OF A FAILED HOT JUPITER ON A 2.7 YR, HIGHLY ECCENTRIC ORBIT
    Dalba, Paul A., Kane, Stephen R., Li, Zhexing, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..154D)

  85. ZTFJ0038+2030: A LONG-PERIOD ECLIPSING WHITE DWARF AND A SUBSTELLAR COMPANION
    van Roestel, Jan, Kupfer, Thomas, Bell, Keaton J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919L..26V)

  86. CHARACTERIZING UNDETECTED STELLAR COMPANIONS WITH COMBINED DATA SETS
    Wood, Mackenna L., Mann, Andrew W., Kraus, Adam L.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..128W)

  87. A JOVIAN ANALOGUE ORBITING A WHITE DWARF STAR
    Blackman, J. W., Beaulieu, J. P., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Natur.598..272B)

  88. ULTRACOOL DWARFS OBSERVED WITH THE SPITZER INFRARED SPECTROGRAPH. I. AN ACCURATE LOOK AT THE L-TO-T TRANSITION AT 300 MYR FROM OPTICAL THROUGH MID-INFRARED SPECTROPHOTOMETRY
    Suárez, Genaro, Metchev, Stanimir, Leggett, Sandy K., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920...99S)

  89. DETECTION AND BULK PROPERTIES OF THE HR 8799 PLANETS WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY
    Wang, Jason J., Ruffio, Jean-Baptiste, Morris, Evan, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..148W)

  90. CIRCUMBINARY AND CIRCUMSTELLAR DISCS AROUND THE ECCENTRIC BINARY IRAS 04158+2805 - A TESTBED FOR BINARY-DISC INTERACTION
    Ragusa, Enrico, Fasano, Daniele, Toci, Claudia, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.1157R)

  91. A HARPS-N MASS FOR THE ELUSIVE KEPLER-37D: A CASE STUDY IN DISENTANGLING STELLAR ACTIVITY AND PLANETARY SIGNALS
    Rajpaul, V. M., Buchhave, L. A., Lacedelli, G., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.1847R)

  92. TOI-431/HIP 26013: A SUPER-EARTH AND A SUB-NEPTUNE TRANSITING A BRIGHT, EARLY K DWARF, WITH A THIRD RV PLANET
    Osborn, Ares, Armstrong, David J., Cale, Bryson, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.507.2782O)

  93. THE MOSDEF-LRIS SURVEY: PROBING THE ISM/CGM STRUCTURE OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z 2 USING REST-UV SPECTROSCOPY
    Du, Xinnan, Shapley, Alice E., Topping, Michael W., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...920...95D)

  94. DISCOVERY OF TIDAL DEBRIS STARS FROM G1/MAYALL II IN M31
    Gregg, Michael D., West, Michael J., Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.2260G)

  95. LONGITUDINAL VARIATIONS IN THE STRATOSPHERE OF URANUS FROM THE SPITZER INFRARED SPECTROMETER
    Rowe-Gurney, Naomi, Fletcher, Leigh N., Orton, Glenn S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Icar..36514506R)

  96. WHERE INFALL MEETS OUTFLOWS: TURBULENT DISSIPATION PROBED BY CH+ AND LYΑ IN THE STARBURST/AGN GALAXY GROUP SMM J02399-0136 AT Z 2.8
    Vidal-García, A., Falgarone, E., Arrigoni Battaia, F., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.2551V)

  97. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GAS AND GALAXIES AT Z < 1 USING THE Q0107 QUASAR TRIPLET
    Beckett, Alexander, Morris, Simon L., Fumagalli, Michele, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.2574B)

  98. HAMILTON'S OBJECT - A CLUMPY GALAXY STRADDLING THE GRAVITATIONAL CAUSTIC OF A GALAXY CLUSTER: CONSTRAINTS ON DARK MATTER CLUMPING
    Griffiths, Richard E., Rudisel, Mitchell, Wagner, Jenny, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.1595G)

  99. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATIONSHIP AND THE EXISTENCE OF THE FMR AT Z 1.5
    Topping, Michael W., Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.1237T)

  100. THE LUMINOUS RED NOVA AT 2018BWO IN NGC 45 AND ITS BINARY YELLOW SUPERGIANT PROGENITOR
    Blagorodnova, Nadejda, Klencki, Jakub, Pejcha, Ondřej, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...653A.134B)

  101. (216) KLEOPATRA, A LOW DENSITY CRITICALLY ROTATING M-TYPE ASTEROID
    Marchis, F., Jorda, L., Vernazza, P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...653A..57M)

  102. RESOLVED NEUTRAL OUTFLOW FROM A LENSED DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z = 2.09
    Butler, Kirsty M., van der Werf, Paul P., Rybak, Matus, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919....5B)

  103. A MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXY CONFIRMED IN A PROTOCLUSTER AT Z = 3.09
    Kubo, Mariko, Umehata, Hideki, Matsuda, Yuichi, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919....6K)

  104. EUCLID PREPARATION. XIV. THE COMPLETE CALIBRATION OF THE COLOR-REDSHIFT RELATION (C3R2) SURVEY: DATA RELEASE 3
    Stanford, S. A., Masters, D., Darvish, B., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJS..256....9S)

  105. CATACLYSMIC VARIABLES IN THE SECOND YEAR OF THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY
    Szkody, Paula, Olde Loohuis, Claire, Koplitz, Brad, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...94S)

  106. OBSERVATION OF THE APOAPSIS OF S62 IN 2019 WITH NIRC2 AND SINFONI
    Peißker, Florian, Eckart, Andreas, Ali, Basel
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...918...25P)

  107. LONG-PERIOD JOVIAN TILTS THE ORBITS OF TWO SUB-NEPTUNES RELATIVE TO STELLAR SPIN AXIS IN KEPLER-129
    Zhang, Jingwen, Weiss, Lauren M., Huber, Daniel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...89Z)

  108. THE DUVET SURVEY: DIRECT TE-BASED METALLICITY MAPPING OF METAL-ENRICHED OUTFLOWS AND METAL-POOR INFLOWS IN MARKARIAN 1486
    Cameron, Alex J., Fisher, Deanne B., McPherson, Daniel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...918L..16C)

  109. A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR OUTBURSTING AM CVN SYSTEMS WITH THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY
    van Roestel, Jan, Creter, Leah, Kupfer, Thomas, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162..113V)

  110. ZFIRE: THE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR MASSIVE GALAXIES AT Z 2 AND WHY ENVIRONMENT MATTERS
    Harshan, Anishya, Gupta, Anshu, Tran, Kim-Vy, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919...57H)

  111. AN ADVANCED MULTIPOLE MODEL FOR (216) KLEOPATRA TRIPLE SYSTEM
    Brož, M., Marchis, F., Jorda, L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...653A..56B)

  112. SUBARU HIGH-Z EXPLORATION OF LOW-LUMINOSITY QUASARS (SHELLQS). XIV. A CANDIDATE TYPE II QUASAR AT Z = 6.1292
    Onoue, Masafusa, Matsuoka, Yoshiki, Kashikawa, Nobunari, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...919...61O)

  113. FAST-TRANSIENT SEARCHES IN REAL TIME WITH ZTFREST: IDENTIFICATION OF THREE OPTICALLY DISCOVERED GAMMA-RAY BURST AFTERGLOWS AND NEW CONSTRAINTS ON THE KILONOVA RATE
    Andreoni, Igor, Coughlin, Michael W., Kool, Erik C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...918...63A)

  114. EMPRESS. III. MORPHOLOGY, STELLAR POPULATION, AND DYNAMICS OF EXTREMELY METAL-POOR GALAXIES (EMPGS): ARE EMPGS LOCAL ANALOGS OF HIGH-Z YOUNG GALAXIES?
    Isobe, Yuki, Ouchi, Masami, Kojima, Takashi, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...918...54I)

  115. A CONSISTENT AND ROBUST MEASUREMENT OF THE THERMAL STATE OF THE IGM AT 2 ≤ Z ≤ 4 FROM A LARGE SAMPLE OF LY Α FOREST SPECTRA: EVIDENCE FOR LATE AND RAPID HE II REIONIZATION
    Gaikwad, Prakash, Srianand, Raghunathan, Haehnelt, Martin G., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.506.4389G)

  116. A TRANSIENT RADIO SOURCE CONSISTENT WITH A MERGER-TRIGGERED CORE COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA
    Dong, D. Z., Hallinan, G., Nakar, E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Sci...373.1125D)

  117. INVESTIGATION OF THE ORIGINS OF COMETS AS REVEALED THROUGH INFRARED HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY I. MOLECULAR ABUNDANCES
    Lippi, M., Villanueva, G. L., Mumma, M. J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...74L)

  118. ASTEROID 16 PSYCHE: SHAPE, FEATURES, AND GLOBAL MAP
    Shepard, Michael K., de Kleer, Katherine, Cambioni, Saverio, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021PSJ.....2..125S)

  119. PROBING COSMIC DAWN: AGES AND STAR FORMATION HISTORIES OF CANDIDATE Z ≥ 9 GALAXIES
    Laporte, N., Meyer, R. A., Ellis, R. S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.3336L)

  120. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES IN M31: GRADIENTS IN THE GIANT STELLAR STREAM
    Escala, Ivanna, Gilbert, Karoline M., Wojno, Jennifer, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...45E)

  121. AN UNCONTAMINATED MEASUREMENT OF THE ESCAPING LYMAN CONTINUUM AT Z 3
    Pahl, Anthony J., Shapley, Alice, Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.2447P)

  122. SCEXAO/MEC AND CHARIS DISCOVERY OF A LOW-MASS, 6 AU SEPARATION COMPANION TO HIP 109427 USING STOCHASTIC SPECKLE DISCRIMINATION AND HIGH-CONTRAST SPECTROSCOPY
    Steiger, Sarah, Currie, Thayne, Brandt, Timothy D., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...44S)

  123. MOA-2007-BLG-400 A SUPER-JUPITER-MASS PLANET ORBITING A GALACTIC BULGE K-DWARF REVEALED BY KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING
    Bhattacharya, Aparna, Bennett, David P., Beaulieu, Jean Philippe, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...60B)

  124. SIMULTANEOUS ESTIMATION OF SEGMENTED TELESCOPE PHASING ERRORS AND NON-COMMON PATH ABERRATIONS FROM ADAPTIVE-OPTICS-CORRECTED IMAGES
    Lamb, Masen P., Correia, Carlos, Sivanandam, Suresh, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.3347L)

  125. TKS X: CONFIRMATION OF TOI-1444B AND A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS WITH HOT NEPTUNES
    Dai, Fei, Howard, Andrew W., Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....162...62D)

  126. PROGENITOR MASS CONSTRAINTS FOR THE TYPE IB INTERMEDIATE-LUMINOSITY SN 2015AP AND THE HIGHLY EXTINGUISHED SN 2016BAU
    Aryan, Amar, Pandey, S. B., Zheng, WeiKang, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.2530A)

  127. ANDROMEDA XXI - A DWARF GALAXY IN A LOW-DENSITY DARK MATTER HALO
    Collins, Michelle L. M., Read, Justin I., Ibata, Rodrigo A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.5686C)

  128. DATING INDIVIDUAL QUASARS WITH THE HE II PROXIMITY EFFECT
    Worseck, Gábor, Khrykin, Ilya S., Hennawi, Joseph F., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.5084W)

  129. A FULLY-SPECTROSCOPIC TRIPLE-SOURCE-PLANE LENS: THE JACKPOT COMPLETED
    Smith, Russell J., Collett, Thomas E.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.2136S)

  130. HD MOLECULES AT HIGH REDSHIFT: COSMIC RAY IONIZATION RATE IN THE DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM
    Kosenko, D. N., Balashev, S. A., Noterdaeme, P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.3810K)

  131. PROBING KILONOVA EJECTA PROPERTIES USING A CATALOG OF SHORT GAMMA-RAY BURST OBSERVATIONS
    Rastinejad, J. C., Fong, W., Kilpatrick, C. D., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...916...89R)

  132. CHARACTERIZATION OF HD 206893 B FROM NEAR- TO THERMAL-INFRARED
    Meshkat, Tiffany, Gao, Peter, Lee, Eve J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...917...62M)

  133. GLOBAL UPPER-ATMOSPHERIC HEATING ON JUPITER BY THE POLAR AURORAE
    O'Donoghue, J., Moore, L., Bhakyapaibul, T., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Natur.596...54O)

  134. SN 2015BF: A FAST DECLINING TYPE II SUPERNOVA WITH FLASH-IONIZED SIGNATURES
    Lin, Han, Wang, Xiaofeng, Zhang, Jujia, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.505.4890L)

  135. DISCOVERY OF A FAST IRON LOW-IONIZATION OUTFLOW IN THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF THE NEARBY TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT AT 2019QIZ
    Hung, Tiara, Foley, Ryan J., Veilleux, S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...917....9H)

  136. RAPID VARIABILITY OF SGR A* ACROSS THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
    Witzel, G., Martinez, G., Willner, S. P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...917...73W)

  137. TRIGONOMETRIC PARALLAXES OF TWO T DWARFS WITH KECK AND SHANEAO ASTROMETRY
    Nguyen, Jayke, Ammons, S. Mark, Dennison, Kaitlin, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021PASP..133h4401N)

  138. THE BLUE SUPERGIANT PROGENITOR OF THE SUPERNOVA IMPOSTER AT 2019KRL
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...917...63A)

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  171. A RECENTLY QUENCHED ISOLATED DWARF GALAXY OUTSIDE OF THE LOCAL GROUP ENVIRONMENT
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  173. DISCOVERY OF BERYLLIUM IN WHITE DWARFS POLLUTED BY PLANETESIMAL ACCRETION
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...914...61K)

  174. THE MCDONALD ACCELERATING STARS SURVEY (MASS): DISCOVERY OF A LONG-PERIOD SUBSTELLAR COMPANION ORBITING THE OLD SOLAR ANALOG HD 47127
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  175. OGLE-2017-BLG-1434LB: CONFIRMATION OF A COLD SUPER-EARTH USING KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS
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  177. THE EVOLUTION OF THE ULTRALUMINOUS LYΑ LUMINOSITY FUNCTION OVER Z = 5.7-6.6
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  178. THE FORMATION OF THE MILKY WAY HALO AND ITS DWARF SATELLITES: A NLTE-1D ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS. IV. SEGUE 1, TRIANGULUM II, AND COMA BERENICES UFDS
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  179. KCWI OBSERVATIONS OF THE EXTENDED NEBULAE IN MRK 273
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...914...17L)

  180. A UNICORN IN MONOCEROS: THE 3 M DARK COMPANION TO THE BRIGHT, NEARBY RED GIANT V723 MON IS A NON-INTERACTING, MASS-GAP BLACK HOLE CANDIDATE
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  182. B2 0003+38A: A CLASSICAL FLAT-SPECTRUM RADIO QUASAR HOSTED BY A ROTATION-DOMINATED GALAXY WITH A PECULIAR MASSIVE OUTFLOW
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  183. THE NATURE OF THE EASTERN EXTENT IN THE OUTER HALO OF M31
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  184. ULTRADENSE GAS TRACKED BY UNSHIFTED BROAD ABSORPTION LINES IN A QUASAR
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  185. THE ELECTRON-CAPTURE ORIGIN OF SUPERNOVA 2018ZD
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  187. THE HST SEE CHANGE PROGRAM. I. SURVEY DESIGN, PIPELINE, AND SUPERNOVA DISCOVERIES
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  188. THE ANATOMY OF AN UNUSUAL EDGE-ON PROTOPLANETARY DISK. I. DUST SETTLING IN A COLD DISK
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  189. IMPLICATIONS OF THE ENVIRONMENTS OF RADIO-DETECTED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN A COMPLEX PROTOSTRUCTURE AT Z ∼ 3.3
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  190. CONNECTING GALACTIC OUTFLOWS AND STAR FORMATION: INFERENCES FROM HΑ MAPS AND ABSORPTION-LINE SPECTROSCOPY AT 1 ≲ Z ≲ 1.5
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  191. A POPULATION OF HEAVILY REDDENED, OPTICALLY MISSED NOVAE FROM PALOMAR GATTINI-IR: CONSTRAINTS ON THE GALACTIC NOVA RATE
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  192. THE PRISTINE DWARF-GALAXY SURVEY - III. REVEALING THE NATURE OF THE MILKY WAY GLOBULAR CLUSTER SAGITTARIUS II
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  194. CORE-COLLAPSE, SUPERLUMINOUS, AND GAMMA-RAY BURST SUPERNOVA HOST GALAXY POPULATIONS AT LOW REDSHIFT: THE IMPORTANCE OF DWARF AND STARBURSTING GALAXIES
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  195. HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING FOLLOW-UP OF DOUBLY IMAGED QUASARS
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  196. ASASSN-18AM/SN 2018GK: AN OVERLUMINOUS TYPE IIB SUPERNOVA FROM A MASSIVE PROGENITOR
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  197. THE LUMINOUS AND RAPIDLY EVOLVING SN 2018BCC. CLUES TOWARD THE ORIGIN OF TYPE IBN SNE FROM THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY
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  198. DETECTION OF AL II IN THE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRA OF METAL-POOR STARS: AN EMPIRICAL LTE TEST OF NLTE ALUMINUM ABUNDANCE CALCULATIONS
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...912..119R)

  199. THREE LYMAN-Α-EMITTING FILAMENTS CONVERGING TO A MASSIVE GALAXY GROUP AT Z = 2.91: DISCUSSING THE CASE FOR COLD GAS INFALL
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  200. IMPROVED CONTRAST IN IMAGES OF EXOPLANETS USING DIRECT SIGNAL-TO-NOISE RATIO OPTIMIZATION
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  201. EMPRESS. II. HIGHLY FE-ENRICHED METAL-POOR GALAXIES WITH ∼1.0 (FE/O) AND 0.02 (O/H): POSSIBLE TRACES OF SUPERMASSIVE (>300 M) STARS IN EARLY GALAXIES
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  202. ON THE POSSIBILITY OF STELLAR LENSES IN THE BLACK HOLE CANDIDATE MICROLENSING EVENTS MACHO-96-BLG-5 AND MACHO-98-BLG-6
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  203. A COMPLETE 16 ΜM SELECTED GALAXY SAMPLE AT Z ∼ 1: MID-INFRARED SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS
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  204. CLUMPY STAR FORMATION AND AGN ACTIVITY IN THE DWARF-DWARF GALAXY MERGER MRK 709
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  205. DISCOVERY OF AN EDGE-ON CIRCUMSTELLAR DEBRIS DISK AROUND BD+45° 598: A NEWLY IDENTIFIED MEMBER OF THE Β PICTORIS MOVING GROUP
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  206. OBSERVING THE INFLUENCE OF THE YOUNGEST SUPER STAR CLUSTERS IN NGC 1569: KECK BRACKETT Α SPECTROSCOPY
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  207. OUTBURSTING YOUNG STELLAR OBJECT PGIR 20DCI IN THE PERSEUS ARM
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  208. MRK 1239: A TYPE-2 COUNTERPART OF NARROW-LINE SEYFERT-1?
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  210. THE OTELO SURVEY. FAINT END OF THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION OF [O II]3727 EMITTERS AT ⟨Z⟩ = 1.43
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  211. EVIDENCE OF WIND SIGNATURES IN THE GAS VELOCITY PROFILES OF RED GEYSERS
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...913...33R)

  212. EXPLORING THE GALAXY'S HALO AND VERY METAL-WEAK THICK DISC WITH SKYMAPPER AND GAIA DR2
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  213. LYMAN-ALPHA SPECTROSCOPY OF EXTREME [O III] EMITTING GALAXIES AT Z ≃ 2-3: IMPLICATIONS FOR LYΑ VISIBILITY AND LYC LEAKAGE AT Z > 6
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  214. HUBBLE SPECTROSCOPY OF LB-1: COMPARISON WITH B+BLACK-HOLE AND BE+STRIPPED-STAR MODELS
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  215. EXTREME R-PROCESS ENHANCED STARS AT HIGH METALLICITY IN FORNAX
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  217. THE COS ABSORPTION SURVEY OF BARYON HARBORS: UNVEILING THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS THROUGH MULTIPHASE BAYESIAN IONIZATION MODELLING
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  218. FIRST COMET OBSERVATIONS WITH NIRSPEC-2 AT KECK: OUTGASSING SOURCES OF PARENT VOLATILES AND ABUNDANCES BASED ON ALTERNATIVE TAXONOMIC COMPOSITIONAL BASELINES IN 46P/WIRTANEN
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  219. REVISITING THE GAS KINEMATICS IN SSA22 LYMAN-Α BLOB 1 WITH RADIATIVE TRANSFER MODELLING IN A MULTIPHASE, CLUMPY MEDIUM
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  220. A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CIRCUMSTELLAR GAS OF WD 1124-293 USING CLOUDY
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  221. THE VOLATILE COMPOSITION OF THE INNER COMA OF COMET 46P/WIRTANEN: COORDINATED OBSERVATIONS USING ISHELL AT THE NASA-IRTF AND KECK/NIRSPEC-2
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  222. OUTLIER PREDICTION AND TRAINING SET MODIFICATION TO REDUCE CATASTROPHIC OUTLIER REDSHIFT ESTIMATES IN LARGE-SCALE SURVEYS
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    2021, refereed (2021PASP..133d4504W)

  223. GLEAM: GALAXY LINE EMISSION & ABSORPTION MODELING
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  224. MEDIUM-RESOLUTION SPECTRUM OF THE EXOPLANET HIP 65426 B
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  225. THE ORBIT OF ASTEROID (317) ROXANE'S SATELLITE OLYMPIAS FROM GEMINI, KECK, VLT AND THE SOR, AND (22) KALLIOPE'S LINUS FROM THE SOR
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  226. A PHOTOMETRIC AND KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF UDG1137+16 (DW1137+16): PROBING ULTRADIFFUSE GALAXY FORMATION IN A GROUP ENVIRONMENT
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  227. HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT: A DOUBLE-LINED WHITE DWARF BINARY 26 PC AWAY AND A DISTANT COUSIN
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    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.4972K)

  228. THE WHITE DWARFS OF THE OLD, SOLAR-METALLICITY OPEN STAR CLUSTER MESSIER 67: PROPERTIES AND PROGENITORS
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    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..169C)

  229. KECK COSMIC WEB IMAGER OBSERVATIONS OF HE II EMISSION IN I ZW 18
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...911L..17R)

  230. PERIASTRON SHIFT OF COMPACT STELLAR ORBITS FROM GENERAL RELATIVISTIC AND TIDAL DISTORTION EFFECTS NEAR SGR A*
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    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.3761L)

  231. UPPER LIMIT ON BRACKETT-Γ EMISSION FROM THE IMMEDIATE ACCRETION FLOW ONTO THE GALACTIC BLACK HOLE
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...910..143C)

  232. ENHANCED X-RAY EMISSION FROM THE MOST RADIO-POWERFUL QUASAR IN THE UNIVERSE'S FIRST BILLION YEARS
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    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...911..120C)

  233. NEAR-INFRARED CORONAL LINE OBSERVATIONS OF DWARF GALAXIES HOSTING AGN-DRIVEN OUTFLOWS
    Bohn, Thomas, Canalizo, Gabriela, Veilleux, Sylvain, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...911...70B)

  234. NO ESCAPING HELIUM FROM 55 CNC E
    Zhang, Michael, Knutson, Heather A., Wang, Lile, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..181Z)

  235. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF THE REST-OPTICAL EMISSION-LINE PROPERTIES OF Z ∼ 2.3 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Runco, Jordan N., Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.2600R)

  236. AN OPTICAL OBSERVATIONAL CLUSTER MASS FUNCTION AT Z ∼ 1 WITH THE ORELSE SURVEY
    Hung, D., Lemaux, B. C., Gal, R. R., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.3942H)

  237. SN 2017GCI: A NEARBY TYPE I SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA WITH A BUMPY TAIL
    Fiore, A., Chen, T. -W., Jerkstrand, A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.2120F)

  238. TESS DELIVERS FIVE NEW HOT GIANT PLANETS ORBITING BRIGHT STARS FROM THE FULL-FRAME IMAGES
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Quinn, Samuel N., Zhou, George, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..194R)

  239. A DEEP LEARNING APPROACH TO QUASAR CONTINUUM PREDICTION
    Liu, Bin, Bordoloi, Rongmon
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.3510L)

  240. RAMAN MAPPING OF PHOTODISSOCIATION REGIONS
    Henney, William J.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.4597H)

  241. SUB-DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEMS IN THE XQ-100 SURVEY - II. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION AT 2.4 ≤ Z ≤ 4.3
    Berg, Trystyn A. M., Fumagalli, Michele, D'Odorico, Valentina, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502.4009B)

  242. INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ACTIVE TRANSITIONING CENTAUR, P/2019 LD2 (ATLAS), USING HUBBLE, SPITZER, ZTF, KECK, APACHE POINT OBSERVATORY, AND GROWTH VISIBLE AND INFRARED IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY
    Bolin, Bryce T., Fernandez, Yanga R., Lisse, Carey M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..116B)

  243. SPECTROSCOPY OF THE FIRST RESOLVED STRONGLY LENSED TYPE IA SUPERNOVA IPTF16GEU
    Johansson, J., Goobar, A., Price, S. H., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502..510J)

  244. REST-FRAME UV SPECTROSCOPY OF EXTREME [O III] EMITTERS AT 1.3 < Z < 3.7: TOWARD A HIGH-REDSHIFT UV REFERENCE SAMPLE FOR JWST
    Tang, Mengtao, Stark, Daniel P., Chevallard, Jacopo, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.3238T)

  245. HAZE IN PLUTO'S ATMOSPHERE: RESULTS FROM SOFIA AND GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF THE 2015 JUNE 29 PLUTO OCCULTATION
    Person, Michael J., Bosh, Amanda S., Zuluaga, Carlos A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Icar..35613572P)

  246. SEARCHING FOR SOLAR-LIKE OSCILLATIONS IN PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE STARS USING APOLLO. CAN WE FIND THE YOUNG SUN?
    Müllner, M., Zwintz, K., Corsaro, E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...647A.168M)

  247. THE MCDONALD ACCELERATING STARS SURVEY (MASS): WHITE DWARF COMPANIONS ACCELERATING THE SUN-LIKE STARS 12 PSC AND HD 159062
    Bowler, Brendan P., Cochran, William D., Endl, Michael, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..106B)

  248. UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACTS OF STELLAR COMPANIONS ON PLANET FORMATION AND EVOLUTION: A SURVEY OF STELLAR AND PLANETARY COMPANIONS WITHIN 25 PC
    Hirsch, Lea A., Rosenthal, Lee, Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..134H)

  249. THE DISCOVERY OF A HIGHLY ACCRETING, RADIO-LOUD QUASAR AT Z = 6.82
    Bañados, Eduardo, Mazzucchelli, Chiara, Momjian, Emmanuel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909...80B)

  250. REVEALING EFFICIENT DUST FORMATION AT LOW METALLICITY IN EXTRAGALACTIC CARBON-RICH WOLF-RAYET BINARIES
    Lau, Ryan M., Hankins, Matthew J., Kasliwal, Mansi M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..113L)

  251. A COMPLEX LUMINOSITY FUNCTION FOR THE ANOMALOUS GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN NGC 1052-DF2 AND NGC 1052-DF4
    Shen, Zili, van Dokkum, Pieter, Danieli, Shany
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..179S)

  252. SPECKLE IMAGING CHARACTERIZATION OF RADIAL VELOCITY EXOPLANET SYSTEMS
    Dalba, Paul A., Kane, Stephen R., Howell, Steve B., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..123D)

  253. A LUMINOUS X-RAY TRANSIENT IN SDSS J143359.16+400636.0: A LIKELY TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT
    Brightman, Murray, Ward, Charlotte, Stern, Daniel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..102B)

  254. GIANT OUTER TRANSITING EXOPLANET MASS (GOT 'EM) SURVEY. I. CONFIRMATION OF AN ECCENTRIC, COOL JUPITER WITH AN INTERIOR EARTH-SIZED PLANET ORBITING KEPLER-1514
    Dalba, Paul A., Kane, Stephen R., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..103D)

  255. EVIDENCE FOR GAS-PHASE METAL DEFICIENCY IN MASSIVE PROTOCLUSTER GALAXIES AT Z ∼2.2
    Sattari, Zahra, Mobasher, Bahram, Chartab, Nima, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...910...57S)

  256. BOYAJIAN'S STAR B: THE CO-MOVING COMPANION TO KIC 8462852 A
    Pearce, Logan A., Kraus, Adam L., Dupuy, Trent J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..216P)

  257. HOST STAR METALLICITY OF DIRECTLY IMAGED WIDE-ORBIT PLANETS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANET FORMATION
    Swastik, C., Banyal, Ravinder K., Narang, Mayank, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..114S)

  258. A SPATIALLY RESOLVED SURVEY OF DISTANT QUASAR HOST GALAXIES. II. PHOTOIONIZATION AND KINEMATICS OF THE ISM
    Vayner, Andrey, Wright, Shelley A., Murray, Norman, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...910...44V)

  259. THE FIELD SUBSTELLAR MASS FUNCTION BASED ON THE FULL-SKY 20 PC CENSUS OF 525 L, T, AND Y DWARFS
    Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Gelino, Christopher R., Faherty, Jacqueline K., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJS..253....7K)

  260. CONTRAST AND TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF MULTI-EPOCH HIGH-RESOLUTION CROSS-CORRELATION EXOPLANET SPECTROSCOPY
    Finnerty, Luke, Buzard, Cam, Pelletier, Stefan, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..104F)

  261. VALIDATION OF HD 183579B USING ARCHIVAL RADIAL VELOCITIES: A WARM NEPTUNE ORBITING A BRIGHT SOLAR ANALOG
    Palatnick, Skyler, Kipping, David, Yahalomi, Daniel
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909L...6P)

  262. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. IV. A RETROGRADE, POLAR ORBIT FOR THE ULTRA-LOW-DENSITY, HOT SUPER-NEPTUNE WASP-107B
    Rubenzahl, Ryan A., Dai, Fei, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161..119R)

  263. PLANETS ACROSS SPACE AND TIME (PAST). I. CHARACTERIZING THE MEMBERSHIPS OF GALACTIC COMPONENTS AND STELLAR AGES: REVISITING THE KINEMATIC METHODS AND APPLYING TO PLANET HOST STARS
    Chen, Di-Chang, Xie, Ji-Wei, Zhou, Ji-Lin, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..115C)

  264. THE EVOLUTION OF THE LOW-DENSITY H I> INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM FROM Z = 3.6 TO 0: DATA, TRANSMITTED FLUX, AND H I> COLUMN DENSITY,
    Kim, T. -S., Wakker, B. P., Nasir, F., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.5811K)

  265. GD 424 - A HELIUM-ATMOSPHERE WHITE DWARF WITH A LARGE AMOUNT OF TRACE HYDROGEN IN THE PROCESS OF DIGESTING A ROCKY PLANETESIMAL
    Izquierdo, Paula, Toloza, Odette, Gänsicke, Boris T., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.4276I)

  266. CIRCUMGALACTIC MG II EMISSION FROM AN ISOTROPIC STARBURST GALAXY OUTFLOW MAPPED BY KCWI
    Burchett, Joseph N., Rubin, Kate H. R., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...909..151B)

  267. MODELLING INTERGALACTIC LOW IONIZATION METAL ABSORPTION LINE SYSTEMS NEAR THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION
    Suarez, Teresita, Meiksin, Avery
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.502..888S)

  268. CONSISTENT DYNAMICAL AND STELLAR MASSES WITH POTENTIAL LIGHT IMF IN MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT 3 < Z < 4 USING VELOCITY DISPERSIONS MEASUREMENTS WITH MOSFIRE
    Esdaile, James, Glazebrook, Karl, Labbé, Ivo, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908L..35E)

  269. TWO PLANETS STRADDLING THE HABITABLE ZONE OF THE NEARBY K DWARF GL 414A
    Dedrick, Cayla M., Fulton, Benjamin J., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...86D)

  270. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. II. AN ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD ROCKY PLANET AND ITS SIBLINGS TRANSITING THE GALACTIC THICK-DISK STAR TOI-561
    Weiss, Lauren M., Dai, Fei, Huber, Daniel, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...56W)

  271. BRIGHT, MONTHS-LONG STELLAR OUTBURSTS ANNOUNCE THE EXPLOSION OF INTERACTION-POWERED SUPERNOVAE
    Strotjohann, Nora L., Ofek, Eran O., Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...907...99S)

  272. TESTING SHORT-TERM VARIABILITY AND SAMPLING OF PRIMARY VOLATILES IN COMET 46P/WIRTANEN
    Khan, Younas, Gibb, Erika L., Bonev, Boncho P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021PSJ.....2...20K)

  273. RELICS-DP7: SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF A DICHROMATIC PRIMEVAL GALAXY AT Z ∼ 7
    Pelliccia, Debora, Strait, Victoria, Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908L..30P)

  274. HOT STARS WITH KEPLER PLANETS HAVE HIGH OBLIQUITIES
    Louden, Emma M., Winn, Joshua N., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...68L)

  275. A LONG STREAM OF METAL-POOR COOL GAS AROUND A MASSIVE STARBURST GALAXY AT Z = 2.67
    Fu, Hai, Xue, R., Prochaska, J. X., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908..188F)

  276. WASP-107B'S DENSITY IS EVEN LOWER: A CASE STUDY FOR THE PHYSICS OF PLANETARY GAS ENVELOPE ACCRETION AND ORBITAL MIGRATION
    Piaulet, Caroline, Benneke, Björn, Rubenzahl, Ryan A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...70P)

  277. MOA-2009-BLG-319LB: A SUB-SATURN PLANET INSIDE THE PREDICTED MASS DESERT
    Terry, Sean K., Bhattacharya, Aparna, Bennett, David P., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...54T)

  278. THE RELATIVISTIC JET ORIENTATION AND HOST GALAXY OF THE PECULIAR BLAZAR PKS 1413+135
    Readhead, A. C. S., Ravi, V., Liodakis, I., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...907...61R)

  279. ENHANCING DIRECT EXOPLANET SPECTROSCOPY WITH APODIZING AND BEAM SHAPING OPTICS
    Calvin, Benjamin, Jovanovic, Nemanja, Ruane, Garreth, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021PASP..133b4503C)

  280. A CATALOG OF HIGH-VELOCITY C IV MINI-BROAD ABSORPTION LINES IN THE VLT-UVES AND KECK-HIRES ARCHIVES
    Chen, Chen, Hamann, Fred, Ma, Bo, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...907...84C)

  281. THE ALPINE-ALMA [C II] SURVEY. LUMINOSITY FUNCTION OF SERENDIPITOUS [C II] LINE EMITTERS AT Z ∼ 5
    Loiacono, Federica, Decarli, Roberto, Gruppioni, Carlotta, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...646A..76L)

  282. STARSPOT EVOLUTION, DIFFERENTIAL ROTATION, AND CORRELATION BETWEEN CHROMOSPHERIC AND PHOTOSPHERIC ACTIVITIES ON KEPLER-411
    Xu, Fukun, Gu, Shenghong, Ioannidis, Panogiotis
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.1878X)

  283. A COMPARISON OF REST-FRAME ULTRAVIOLET AND OPTICAL EMISSION-LINE DIAGNOSTICS IN THE LENSED GALAXY SDSS J1723+3411 AT REDSHIFT Z = 1.3293
    Rigby, J. R., Florian, Michael, Acharyya, A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908..154R)

  284. HAT-P-68B: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER AROUND A K5 DWARF STAR
    Lindor, Bethlee M., Hartman, Joel D., Bakos, Gáspár Á., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...64L)

  285. DUST, GAS, AND METAL CONTENT IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 3.3 REVEALED WITH ALMA AND NEAR-IR SPECTROSCOPY
    Suzuki, Tomoko L., Onodera, Masato, Kodama, Tadayuki, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908...15S)

  286. THE METAL ABUNDANCES ACROSS COSMIC TIME (MACT) SURVEY. III - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STELLAR MASS AND STAR FORMATION RATE IN EXTREMELY LOW-MASS GALAXIES
    Shin, Kaitlyn, Ly, Chun, Malkan, Matthew A., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.2231S)

  287. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: ENVIRONMENTAL DEPENDENCE OF THE GAS-PHASE METALLICITY OF GALAXIES AT 1.4 ≤ Z ≤ 2.6
    Chartab, Nima, Mobasher, Bahram, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908..120C)

  288. SIGNIFICANT H I AND METAL DIFFERENCES AROUND THE Z = 0.83 LENS GALAXY TOWARD THE DOUBLY LENSED QUASAR SBS 0909+532
    Cashman, Frances H., Kulkarni, Varsha P., Lopez, Sebastian
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...90C)

  289. CANDIDATE Z ∼ 2.5 LYMAN CONTINUUM SOURCES IN THE GOODS FIELDS
    Jones, L. H., Barger, A. J., Cowie, L. L.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908..222J)

  290. SEVENTEEN TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENTS FROM THE FIRST HALF OF ZTF SURVEY OBSERVATIONS: ENTERING A NEW ERA OF POPULATION STUDIES
    van Velzen, Sjoert, Gezari, Suvi, Hammerstein, Erica, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908....4V)

  291. PSR J1810+1744: COMPANION DARKENING AND A PRECISE HIGH NEUTRON STAR MASS
    Romani, Roger W., Kandel, D., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908L..46R)

  292. THE YOUNG SUPERNOVA EXPERIMENT: SURVEY GOALS, OVERVIEW, AND OPERATIONS
    Jones, D. O., Foley, R. J., Narayan, G., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...908..143J)

  293. CLOUD-BY-CLOUD, MULTIPHASE, BAYESIAN MODELLING: APPLICATION TO FOUR WEAK, LOW-IONIZATION ABSORBERS
    Sameer, Charlton, Jane C., Norris, Jackson M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501.2112S)

  294. EVIDENCE FOR GALAXY QUENCHING IN THE GREEN VALLEY CAUSED BY A LACK OF A CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Nielsen, Nikole M., Nateghi, Hasti, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.2289K)

  295. THE THIRD DATA RELEASE OF THE KODIAQ SURVEY
    O'Meara, John M., Lehner, Nicolas, Howk, J. Christopher, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...45O)

  296. SPIRAL ARM PATTERN MOTION IN THE SAO 206462 PROTOPLANETARY DISK
    Xie, Chengyan, Ren, Bin, Dong, Ruobing, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...906L...9X)

  297. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DIFFERENCES IN SFR AND METALLICITY FOR MORPHOLOGICALLY SELECTED MERGERS AT Z ∼ 2
    Horstman, Katelyn, Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.501..137H)

  298. INDIVIDUAL DYNAMICAL MASSES OF DENIS J063001.4-184014AB REVEAL A LIKELY YOUNG BROWN DWARF TRIPLE
    Sahlmann, J., Dupuy, T. J., Burgasser, A. J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.5453S)

  299. DISCOVERY AND FOLLOW-UP OF ASASSN-19DJ: AN X-RAY AND UV LUMINOUS TDE IN AN EXTREME POST-STARBURST GALAXY
    Hinkle, Jason T., Holoien, T. W. -S., Auchettl, K., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.1673H)

  300. TRANSMISSION SPECTROSCOPY FOR THE WARM SUB-NEPTUNE HD 3167C: EVIDENCE FOR MOLECULAR ABSORPTION AND A POSSIBLE HIGH-METALLICITY ATMOSPHERE
    Mikal-Evans, Thomas, Crossfield, Ian J. M., Benneke, Björn, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...18M)

  301. LOW-MASS LOW-METALLICITY AGB STARS AS AN EFFICIENT I-PROCESS SITE EXPLAINING CEMP-RS STARS
    Karinkuzhi, D., Van Eck, S., Goriely, S., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...645A..61K)

  302. PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF THE MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS HD 106315 AND GJ 9827
    Kosiarek, Molly R., Berardo, David A., Crossfield, Ian J. M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...47K)

  303. STELLAR VELOCITY DISPERSION AND DYNAMICAL MASS OF THE ULTRA DIFFUSE GALAXY NGC 5846_UDG1 FROM THE KECK COSMIC WEB IMAGER
    Forbes, Duncan A., Gannon, Jonah S., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.1279F)

  304. THE PECULIAR CA-RICH SN2019EHK: EVIDENCE FOR A TYPE IIB CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA FROM A LOW-MASS STRIPPED PROGENITOR
    De, Kishalay, Fremling, U. Christoffer, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...907L..18D)

  305. DISENTANGLING THE MULTIPHASE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM SHARED BETWEEN A DWARF AND A MASSIVE STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z∼0.4
    Nateghi, Hasti, Kacprzak, Glenn G., Nielsen, Nikole M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.3987N)

  306. THE BROADBAND COUNTERPART OF THE SHORT GRB 200522A AT Z = 0.5536: A LUMINOUS KILONOVA OR A COLLIMATED OUTFLOW WITH A REVERSE SHOCK?
    Fong, W., Laskar, T., Rastinejad, J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...906..127F)

  307. A COLLAGE OF SMALL PLANETS FROM THE LICK–CARNEGIE EXOPLANET SURVEY: EXPLORING THE SUPER-EARTH AND SUB-NEPTUNE MASS REGIME
    Burt, Jennifer, Feng, Fabo, Holden, Bradford, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021AJ....161...10B)

  308. A LUMINOUS QUASAR AT REDSHIFT 7.642
    Wang, Feige, Yang, Jinyi, Fan, Xiaohui, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021ApJ...907L...1W)

  309. BAYESIAN AGN DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS FOR SDSS SPECTRA: A CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF [O III] Λ5007 OUTFLOW KINEMATICS WITH AGN AND HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES
    Sexton, Remington O., Matzko, William, Darden, Nicholas, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.2871S)

  310. IDENTIFICATION OF AKARI INFRARED SOURCES BY THE DEEP HSC OPTICAL SURVEY: CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW BAND-MERGED CATALOGUE IN THE NORTH ECLIPTIC POLE WIDE FIELD
    Kim, Seong Jin, Oi, Nagisa, Goto, Tomotsugu, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.4078K)

  311. BIRTH OF THE COSMOS FIELD: PRIMORDIAL AND EVOLVED DENSITY RECONSTRUCTIONS DURING COSMIC HIGH NOON
    Ata, Metin, Kitaura, Francisco-Shu, Lee, Khee-Gan, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.3194A)

  312. SUBARU/HSC DEEP OPTICAL IMAGING OF INFRARED SOURCES IN THE AKARI NORTH ECLIPTIC POLE-WIDE FIELD
    Oi, Nagisa, Goto, Tomotsugu, Matsuhara, Hideo, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021MNRAS.500.5024O)

  313. THE ROSAT RASTER SURVEY IN THE NORTH ECLIPTIC POLE FIELD. X-RAY CATALOGUE AND OPTICAL IDENTIFICATIONS
    Hasinger, G., Freyberg, M., Hu, E. M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021A&A...645A..95H)

  314. A POSSIBLE BRIGHT ULTRAVIOLET FLASH FROM A GALAXY AT REDSHIFT Z ≈ 11
    Jiang, Linhua, Wang, Shu, Zhang, Bing, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021NatAs...5..262J)

  315. EVIDENCE FOR GN-Z11 AS A LUMINOUS GALAXY AT REDSHIFT 10.957
    Jiang, Linhua, Kashikawa, Nobunari, Wang, Shu, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021NatAs...5..256J)

  316. INFRARED SPECTROPOLARIMETRIC DETECTION OF INTRINSIC POLARIZATION FROM A CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA
    Tinyanont, Samaporn, Millar-Blanchaer, Maxwell, Kasliwal, Mansi M., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021NatAs...5..544T)

  317. A HIGHLY MAGNETIZED AND RAPIDLY ROTATING WHITE DWARF AS SMALL AS THE MOON
    Caiazzo, Ilaria, Burdge, Kevin B., Fuller, James, et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Natur.595...39C)

  318. ENABLING HIGH-RES EXOPLANET SPECTROSCOPY AT KECK
    Mawet, Dimitri
    2021, refereed (2021NatAs...5..723M)

  319. LABORATORY PREDICTIONS FOR THE NIGHT-SIDE SURFACE ICE GLOW OF EUROPA
    Gudipati, Murthy S., Henderson, Bryana L., Bateman, Fred B.
    2021, refereed (2021NatAs...5..276G)

  320. THE 13CO-RICH ATMOSPHERE OF A YOUNG ACCRETING SUPER-JUPITER
    Zhang, Yapeng, Snellen, Ignas A. G., Bohn, Alexander J., et al.
    2021, refereed (2021Natur.595..370Z)

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2020

  1. AS THE WORLDS TURN: CONSTRAINING SPIN EVOLUTION IN THE PLANETARY-MASS REGIME
    Bryan, Marta L., Ginzburg, Sivan, Chiang, Eugene, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...37B)

  2. THE FIRST EXTENSIVE SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF YOUNG STARS IN THE NORTH AMERICA AND PELICAN NEBULAE
    Fang, Min, Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Kim, Jinyoung Serena, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..146F)

  3. TEXAS SPECTROSCOPIC SEARCH FOR LYΑ EMISSION AT THE END OF REIONIZATION. III. THE LYΑ EQUIVALENT-WIDTH DISTRIBUTION AND IONIZED STRUCTURES AT Z > 7
    Jung, Intae, Finkelstein, Steven L., Dickinson, Mark, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..144J)

  4. CARBON-ENHANCED METAL-POOR STARS ENRICHED IN S-PROCESS AND R-PROCESS ELEMENTS
    Karinkuzhi, Drisya, Van Eck, Sophie, Jorissen, Alain, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020JApA...41...46K)

  5. THE H Α STAR FORMATION MAIN SEQUENCE IN CLUSTER AND FIELD GALAXIES AT Z ˜ 1.6
    Nantais, Julie, Wilson, Gillian, Muzzin, Adam, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.3061N)

  6. PLANETARY CANDIDATES TRANSITING COOL DWARF STARS FROM CAMPAIGNS 12 TO 15 OF K2
    Castro González, A., Díez Alonso, E., Menéndez Blanco, J., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.5416C)

  7. AN EXTREME-MASS RATIO, SHORT-PERIOD ECLIPSING BINARY CONSISTING OF A B DWARF PRIMARY AND A PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE M STAR COMPANION DISCOVERED BY KELT
    Stevens, Daniel J., Zhou, George, Johnson, Marshall C., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.3775S)

  8. WHEN DO STALLED STARS RESUME SPINNING DOWN? ADVANCING GYROCHRONOLOGY WITH RUPRECHT 147
    Curtis, Jason Lee, Agüeros, Marcel A., Matt, Sean P., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..140C)

  9. THE KECK BARYONIC STRUCTURE SURVEY: USING FOREGROUND/BACKGROUND GALAXY PAIRS TO TRACE THE STRUCTURE AND KINEMATICS OF CIRCUMGALACTIC NEUTRAL HYDROGEN AT Z ˜ 2
    Chen, Yuguang, Steidel, Charles C., Hummels, Cameron B., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.1721C)

  10. FAST OUTFLOWS IN HOT DUST-OBSCURED GALAXIES DETECTED WITH KECK/NIRES
    Finnerty, Luke, Larson, Kirsten, Soifer, B. T., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...16F)

  11. EARLY HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING RESULTS WITH KECK/NIRC2-PWFS: THE SR 21 DISK
    Uyama, Taichi, Ren, Bin, Mawet, Dimitri, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..283U)

  12. SCEXAO/CHARIS DIRECT IMAGING DISCOVERY OF A 20 AU SEPARATION, LOW-MASS RATIO BROWN DWARF COMPANION TO AN ACCELERATING SUN-LIKE STAR
    Currie, Thayne, Brandt, Timothy D., Kuzuhara, Masayuki, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904L..25C)

  13. THE CGM AT COSMIC NOON WITH KCWI: OUTFLOWS FROM A STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z = 2.071
    Nielsen, Nikole M., Kacprzak, Glenn G., Pointon, Stephanie K., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..164N)

  14. NONDETECTION OF HELIUM IN THE UPPER ATMOSPHERES OF THREE SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANETS
    Kasper, David, Bean, Jacob L., Oklopčić, Antonija, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..258K)

  15. PERIODIC ERUPTIVE VARIABILITY OF THE ISOLATED PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STAR V347 AURIGAE
    Dahm, S. E., Hillenbrand, L. A.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..278D)

  16. DISC LIGHT VARIABILITY IN THE FUOR STAR V646 PUPPIS AS OBSERVED BY TESS AND FROM THE GROUND
    Siwak, Michał, Ogłoza, Waldemar, Krzesiński, Jerzy
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...644A.135S)

  17. THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY CENSUS OF THE LOCAL UNIVERSE. I. SYSTEMATIC SEARCH FOR CALCIUM-RICH GAP TRANSIENTS REVEALS THREE RELATED SPECTROSCOPIC SUBCLASSES
    De, Kishalay, Kasliwal, Mansi M., Tzanidakis, Anastasios, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...58D)

  18. FIVE NEW POST-MAIN-SEQUENCE DEBRIS DISKS WITH GASEOUS EMISSION
    Dennihy, Erik, Xu, Siyi, Lai, Samuel, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905....5D)

  19. SERENDIPITOUS DISCOVERY OF NINE WHITE DWARFS WITH GASEOUS DEBRIS DISKS
    Melis, Carl, Klein, Beth, Doyle, Alexandra E., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...56M)

  20. INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY OF FAST OUTFLOWS IN DWARF GALAXIES WITH AGNS
    Liu, Weizhe, Veilleux, Sylvain, Canalizo, Gabriela, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905..166L)

  21. OUTBURSTING QUASI-HILDA ASTEROID P/2010 H2 (VALES)
    Jewitt, David, Kim, Yoonyoung
    2020, refereed (2020PSJ.....1...77J)

  22. THE MOSDEF-LRIS SURVEY: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN MASSIVE STARS AND IONIZED GAS IN INDIVIDUAL GALAXIES AT Z ˜ 2
    Topping, Michael W., Shapley, Alice E., Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.1652T)

  23. A SYSTEMATIC SEARCH OF ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY DATA FOR ULTRACOMPACT BINARY LISA-DETECTABLE GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE SOURCES
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...32B)

  24. AN 8.8 MINUTE ORBITAL PERIOD ECLIPSING DETACHED DOUBLE WHITE DWARF BINARY
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905L...7B)

  25. INVESTIGATING THE EFFECT OF GALAXY INTERACTIONS ON THE ENHANCEMENT OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT 0.5 < Z < 3.0
    Shah, Ekta A., Kartaltepe, Jeyhan S., Magagnoli, Christina T., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..107S)

  26. AN ASYMMETRIC ECLIPSE SEEN TOWARD THE PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE BINARY SYSTEM V928 TAU
    van Dam, Dirk M., Kenworthy, Matthew A., David, Trevor J., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..285V)

  27. ZTF20AAJNKSQ (AT 2020BLT): A FAST OPTICAL TRANSIENT AT Z ≍ 2.9 WITH NO DETECTED GAMMA-RAY BURST COUNTERPART
    Ho, Anna Y. Q., Perley, Daniel A., Beniamini, Paz, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905...98H)

  28. FIRST COSMOLOGY RESULTS USING SUPERNOVAE IA FROM THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY: SURVEY OVERVIEW, PERFORMANCE, AND SUPERNOVA SPECTROSCOPY
    Smith, M., D'Andrea, C. B., Sullivan, M., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..267S)

  29. MUSE ANALYSIS OF GAS AROUND GALAXIES (MAGG) - II: METAL-ENRICHED HALO GAS AROUND Z ∼ 1 GALAXIES
    Dutta, Rajeshwari, Fumagalli, Michele, Fossati, Matteo, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.5022D)

  30. ESTIMATING THE ULTRAVIOLET EMISSION OF M DWARFS WITH EXOPLANETS FROM CA II AND HΑ
    Melbourne, Katherine, Youngblood, Allison, France, Kevin, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..269M)

  31. RADIAL-VELOCITY SEARCH AND STATISTICAL STUDIES FOR SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN THE PLEIADES OPEN CLUSTER
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    2020, refereed (2020PASJ...72..104T)

  32. CONSTRAINING THE GRAVITATIONAL LENSING OF Z ≳ 6 QUASARS FROM THEIR PROXIMITY ZONES
    Davies, Frederick B., Wang, Feige, Eilers, Anna-Christina, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904L..32D)

  33. CONSTRAINING THE KILONOVA RATE WITH ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY SEARCHES INDEPENDENT OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVE AND SHORT GAMMA-RAY BURST TRIGGERS
    Andreoni, Igor, Kool, Erik C., Sagués Carracedo, Ana, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904..155A)

  34. KILONOVA LUMINOSITY FUNCTION CONSTRAINTS BASED ON ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY SEARCHES FOR 13 NEUTRON STAR MERGER TRIGGERS DURING O3
    Kasliwal, Mansi M., Anand, Shreya, Ahumada, Tomás, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...905..145K)

  35. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS. LP 714-47 B (TOI 442.01): POPULATING THE NEPTUNE DESERT
    Dreizler, S., Crossfield, I. J. M., Kossakowski, D., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...644A.127D)

  36. THE ALPINE-ALMA [CII] SURVEY. SMALL LYΑ-[CII] VELOCITY OFFSETS IN MAIN-SEQUENCE GALAXIES AT 4.4 < Z < 6
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...643A...6C)

  37. REVISITING THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE KOI-89 SYSTEM
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..224M)

  38. AN EXTREMELY METAL-DEFICIENT GLOBULAR CLUSTER IN THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY
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    2020, refereed (2020Sci...370..970L)

  39. A NON-EQUIPARTITION SHOCK WAVE TRAVELING IN A DENSE CIRCUMSTELLAR ENVIRONMENT AROUND SN 2020OI
    Horesh, Assaf, Sfaradi, Itai, Ergon, Mattias, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903..132H)

  40. EVOLUTION OF C IV ABSORBERS. I. THE COSMIC INCIDENCE
    Hasan, Farhanul, Churchill, Christopher W., Stemock, Bryson, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...44H)

  41. TWO STRIPPED ENVELOPE SUPERNOVAE WITH CIRCUMSTELLAR INTERACTION. BUT ONLY ONE REALLY SHOWS IT
    Sollerman, J., Fransson, C., Barbarino, C., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...643A..79S)

  42. MODERATE-RESOLUTION K-BAND SPECTROSCOPY OF SUBSTELLAR COMPANION Κ ANDROMEDAE B
    Wilcomb, Kielan K., Konopacky, Quinn M., Barman, Travis S., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..207W)

  43. NGC 6822 AS A PROBE OF DWARF GALACTIC EVOLUTION
    Belland, Brent, Kirby, Evan, Boylan-Kolchin, Michael, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903...10B)

  44. HEATED POLES ON THE COMPANION OF REDBACK PSR J2339-0533
    Kandel, D., Romani, Roger W., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903...39K)

  45. THE MASSIVE ANCIENT GALAXIES AT Z > 3 NEAR-INFRARED (MAGAZ3NE) SURVEY: CONFIRMATION OF EXTREMELY RAPID STAR FORMATION AND QUENCHING TIMESCALES FOR MASSIVE GALAXIES IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE
    Forrest, Ben, Marsan, Z. Cemile, Annunziatella, Marianna, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903...47F)

  46. DETAILED CHARACTERIZATION OF HEARTBEAT STARS AND THEIR TIDALLY EXCITED OSCILLATIONS
    Cheng, Shelley J., Fuller, Jim, Guo, Zhao, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903..122C)

  47. THE FIRST ROBUST CONSTRAINTS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DUST-TO-GAS RATIO AND METALLICITY IN LUMINOUS STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Shapley, Alice E., Cullen, Fergus, Dunlop, James S., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903L..16S)

  48. DEPENDENCE OF THE IRX-Β DUST ATTENUATION RELATION ON METALLICITY AND ENVIRONMENT
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903L..28S)

  49. MEASUREMENTS OF THE Z ˜ 6 INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM OPTICAL DEPTH AND TRANSMISSION SPIKES USING A NEW Z > 6.3 QUASAR SAMPLE
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...26Y)

  50. THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY BRIGHT TRANSIENT SURVEY. II. A PUBLIC STATISTICAL SAMPLE FOR EXPLORING SUPERNOVA DEMOGRAPHICS
    Perley, Daniel A., Fremling, Christoffer, Sollerman, Jesper, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...35P)

  51. REVEALING THE SPECTROSCOPIC VARIATIONS OF FU ORIONIS OBJECT V960 MON WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...53T)

  52. DOUBLE-PEAKED BALMER EMISSION INDICATING PROMPT ACCRETION DISK FORMATION IN AN X-RAY FAINT TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903...31H)

  53. SUPERBORG: EXPLORATION OF POINT SOURCES AT Z ∼ 8 IN HST PARALLEL FIELDS
    Morishita, T., Stiavelli, M., Trenti, M., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...50M)

  54. HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES AND OFFSET DISTRIBUTIONS OF FAST RADIO BURSTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR PROGENITORS
    Heintz, Kasper E., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Simha, Sunil, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...903..152H)

  55. MG II ABSORBERS IN HIGH-RESOLUTION QUASAR SPECTRA. I. VOIGT PROFILE MODELS
    Churchill, Christopher W., Evans, Jessica L., Stemock, Bryson, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...904...28C)

  56. ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS AND DWARF GALAXY GAS KINEMATICS
    Manzano-King, Christina M., Canalizo, Gabriela
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.4562M)

  57. PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF FIVE O VI ABSORPTION SYSTEMS TOWARDS PG 1522+101
    Sankar, Sriram, Narayanan, Anand, Savage, Blair D., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.4864S)

  58. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: AN IMPROVED VORONOI BINNING TECHNIQUE ON SPATIALLY RESOLVED STELLAR POPULATIONS AT Z ˜ 2
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.5009F)

  59. SN 2018GJX REVEALS THAT SOME SNE IBN ARE SNE IIB EXPLODING IN DENSE CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL
    Prentice, S. J., Maguire, K., Boian, I., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499.1450P)

  60. SN 2017IVV: TWO YEARS OF EVOLUTION OF A TRANSITIONAL TYPE II SUPERNOVA
    Gutiérrez, C. P., Pastorello, A., Jerkstrand, A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.499..974G)

  61. TESTING AN INDIRECT METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING GALAXIES WITH HIGH LEVELS OF LYMAN CONTINUUM LEAKAGE
    Yamanaka, Satoshi, Inoue, Akio K., Yamada, Toru, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.3095Y)

  62. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: CALIBRATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN H Α STAR FORMATION RATE AND RADIO CONTINUUM LUMINOSITY AT 1.4 < Z < 2.6
    Duncan, Kenneth J., Shivaei, Irene, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.3648D)

  63. TWO CLOSE BINARIES ACROSS THE HYDROGEN-BURNING LIMIT IN THE PRAESEPE OPEN CLUSTER
    Lodieu, N., del Burgo, C., Manjavacas, E., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.3964L)

  64. TANGO OF CELESTIAL DANCERS: A SAMPLE OF DETACHED ECLIPSING BINARY SYSTEMS CONTAINING G-MODE PULSATING COMPONENTS. A CASE STUDY OF KIC9850387
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...643A.162S)

  65. THE K2 AND TESS SYNERGY. I. UPDATED EPHEMERIDES AND PARAMETERS FOR K2-114, K2-167, K2-237, AND K2-261
    Ikwut-Ukwa, Mma, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Bieryla, Allyson, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..209I)

  66. EUCLID PREPARATION. VIII. THE COMPLETE CALIBRATION OF THE COLOUR-REDSHIFT RELATION SURVEY: VLT/KMOS OBSERVATIONS AND DATA RELEASE
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...642A.192E)

  67. EMISSION-LINE DATA CUBES OF THE HH 32 STELLAR JET
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..165H)

  68. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. III. A STELLAR OBLIQUITY MEASUREMENT OF TOI-1726 C
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..193D)

  69. SPECTROSCOPIC DETECTION OF THE PRE-WHITE DWARF COMPANION OF REGULUS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902...25G)

  70. A DYNAMICAL MASS OF 70 ± 5 MJUP FOR GLIESE 229B, THE FIRST T DWARF
    Brandt, Timothy D., Dupuy, Trent J., Bowler, Brendan P., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..196B)

  71. DISCOVERY OF A HOT, TRANSITING, EARTH-SIZED PLANET AND A SECOND TEMPERATE, NON-TRANSITING PLANET AROUND THE M4 DWARF GJ 3473 (TOI-488)
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...642A.236K)

  72. WEB OF THE GIANT: SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF A LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE AROUND THE Z = 6.31 QUASAR SDSS J1030+0524
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...642L...1M)

  73. THE DYNAMICS OF THE WIDE-ANGLE TAILED (WAT) GALAXY CLUSTER A562
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..152G)

  74. DISENTANGLING THE COSMIC WEB TOWARD FRB 190608
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...901..134S)

  75. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES IN M31: PROPERTIES OF THE INNER STELLAR HALO
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902...51E)

  76. EXTENDED RADIO AGN AT Z ˜ 1 IN THE ORELSE SURVEY: THE CONFINING EFFECT OF DENSE ENVIRONMENTS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902..101S)

  77. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE FIRST DIRECT MEASUREMENTS OF THE NEBULAR DUST ATTENUATION CURVE AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Reddy, Naveen A., Shapley, Alice E., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902..123R)

  78. ON THE NATURE OF THE T TAURI TRIPLE SYSTEM
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902..132B)

  79. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: NEON AS A PROBE OF ISM PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AT HIGH REDSHIFT
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902L..16J)

  80. SEARCH FOR NEARBY EARTH ANALOGS .III. DETECTION OF 10 NEW PLANETS, 3 PLANET CANDIDATES, AND CONFIRMATION OF 3 PLANETS AROUND 11 NEARBY M DWARFS
    Feng, Fabo, Shectman, Stephen A., Clement, Matthew S., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJS..250...29F)

  81. Π EARTH: A 3.14 DAY EARTH-SIZED PLANET FROM K2'S KITCHEN SERVED WARM BY THE SPECULOOS TEAM
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..172N)

  82. MEASUREMENTS OF THE CA II INFRARED TRIPLET EMISSION LINES OF PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020PASJ...72...80Y)

  83. THE OUTBURST OF THE YOUNG STAR GAIA19BEY
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..164H)

  84. THE SIZES OF Z ˜ 9-10 GALAXIES IDENTIFIED IN THE BRIGHTEST OF REIONIZING GALAXIES (BORG) SURVEY
    Holwerda, Benne W., Bridge, Joanna S., Steele, Rebecca L., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..154H)

  85. SN 2018ZD: AN UNUSUAL STELLAR EXPLOSION AS PART OF THE DIVERSE TYPE II SUPERNOVA LANDSCAPE
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498...84Z)

  86. ARE THE SPIRAL ARMS IN THE MWC 758 PROTOPLANETARY DISC DRIVEN BY A COMPANION INSIDE THE CAVITY?
    Calcino, Josh, Christiaens, Valentin, Price, Daniel J., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498..639C)

  87. HIGH-RESOLUTION SURVEY FOR PLANETARY COMPANIONS TO YOUNG STARS IN THE TAURUS MOLECULAR CLOUD
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.1382W)

  88. AT 2017GBL: A DUST OBSCURED TDE CANDIDATE IN A LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY
    Kool, E. C., Reynolds, T. M., Mattila, S., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.2167K)

  89. OPTICALLY THIN SPATIALLY RESOLVED MG II EMISSION MAPS THE ESCAPE OF IONIZING PHOTONS
    Chisholm, J., Prochaska, J. X., Schaerer, D., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.2554C)

  90. THE SLOW DEMISE OF THE LONG-LIVED SN 2005IP
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498..517F)

  91. AN EXTENSIVE SPECTROSCOPIC TIME SERIES OF THREE WOLF-RAYET STARS - II. A SEARCH FOR WIND ASYMMETRIES IN THE DUST-FORMING WC7 BINARY WR137
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.497.4448S)

  92. TOWARD A DIRECT MEASURE OF THE GALACTIC ACCELERATION
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...902L..28C)

  93. PHYSICAL CONDITIONS IN THE DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM OF LOCAL AND HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES: MEASUREMENTS BASED ON THE EXCITATION OF H2 ROTATIONAL AND C I FINE-STRUCTURE LEVELS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.498.1531K)

  94. THE ASSEMBLY HISTORY OF M87 THROUGH RADIAL VARIATIONS IN CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF ITS FIELD STAR AND GLOBULAR CLUSTER POPULATIONS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...900...95V)

  95. MASSIVE MOLECULAR GAS RESERVOIR AROUND THE CENTRAL AGN IN THE CARLA J1103 + 3449 CLUSTER AT Z = 1.44
    Markov, Vladan, Mei, Simona, Salomé, Philippe, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...641A..22M)

  96. TESS ASTEROSEISMOLOGY OF THE KNOWN PLANET HOST STAR Λ2 FORNACIS
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...641A..25N)

  97. NEUTRON-CAPTURE ELEMENTS IN DWARF GALAXIES. III. A HOMOGENIZED ANALYSIS OF 13 DWARF SPHEROIDAL AND ULTRA-FAINT GALAXIES
    Reichert, M., Hansen, C. J., Hanke, M., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...641A.127R)

  98. ON THE CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE OF HR 8799 AND THE PLANET C
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..150W)

  99. DETECTING AND CHARACTERIZING YOUNG QUASARS. I. SYSTEMIC REDSHIFTS AND PROXIMITY ZONE MEASUREMENTS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...900...37E)

  100. FOUR (SUPER)LUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE FIRST MONTHS OF THE ZTF SURVEY
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...901...61L)

  101. HIGH SPATIAL AND SPECTRAL RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS OF THE FORBIDDEN 1.707 ΜM ROVIBRONIC SO EMISSIONS ON IO: EVIDENCE FOR WIDESPREAD STEALTH VOLCANISM
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    2020, refereed (2020PSJ.....1...29D)

  102. 138175 (2000 EE104) AND THE SOURCE OF INTERPLANETARY FIELD ENHANCEMENTS
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    2020, refereed (2020PSJ.....1...33J)

  103. TRANSITS OF KNOWN PLANETS ORBITING A NAKED-EYE STAR
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160..129K)

  104. THE ALPINE-ALMA [C II] SURVEY: SIZE OF INDIVIDUAL STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z = 4-6 AND THEIR EXTENDED HALO STRUCTURE
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...900....1F)

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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160...81K)

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    2020, refereed (2020JATIS...6c9003B)

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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160...22C)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...898L...3B)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...897L..14Y)

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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....160...35S)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...897..125R)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...898...45T)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...898...47F)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895..132T)

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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895...78W)

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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.495.1321D)

  203. PROBING THE THERMAL STATE OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AT Z > 5 WITH THE TRANSMISSION SPIKES IN HIGH-RESOLUTION LY Α FOREST SPECTRA
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.5091G)

  204. IDENTIFYING THE LENS GALAXY B 1152+199 AS A GHOSTLY DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEM BY THE COSMIC ORIGINS SPECTROGRAPH
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.495..460D)

  205. BAYESIAN APPROACH FOR DETERMINING MICROLENS SYSTEM PROPERTIES WITH HIGH-ANGULAR-RESOLUTION FOLLOW-UP IMAGING
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..268K)

  206. TRACKING THE EVOLUTIONARY STAGE OF PROTOSTARS THROUGH THE ABUNDANCES OF ASTROPHYSICAL ICES
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...896...27R)

  207. ASTROMETRIC ORBITS OF SPECTRAL BINARY BROWN DWARFS - I. MASSIVE T DWARF COMPANIONS TO 2M1059-21 AND 2M0805+48
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.495.1136S)

  208. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS. DYNAMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE MULTIPLE PLANET SYSTEM GJ 1148 AND PROSPECTS OF HABITABLE EXOMOONS AROUND GJ 1148 B
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...638A..16T)

  209. CATACLYSMIC VARIABLES IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..198S)

  210. ASTROPHYSICAL INSIGHTS INTO RADIAL VELOCITY JITTER FROM AN ANALYSIS OF 600 PLANET-SEARCH STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..235L)

  211. PROPERTIES OF F STARS WITH STABLE RADIAL VELOCITY TIMESERIES: A USEFUL METRIC FOR SELECTING LOW-JITTER F STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..236L)

  212. THE TESS-KECK SURVEY. I. A WARM SUB-SATURN-MASS PLANET AND A CAUTION ABOUT STRAY LIGHT IN TESS CAMERAS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..241D)

  213. DISCOVERY AND RAPID FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF THE UNUSUAL TYPE II SN 2018IVC IN NGC 1068
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895...31B)

  214. VERY REGULAR HIGH-FREQUENCY PULSATION MODES IN YOUNG INTERMEDIATE-MASS STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020Natur.581..147B)

  215. THE ZWICKY TRANSIENT FACILITY BRIGHT TRANSIENT SURVEY. I. SPECTROSCOPIC CLASSIFICATION AND THE REDSHIFT COMPLETENESS OF LOCAL GALAXY CATALOGS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895...32F)

  216. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: KINEMATIC AND STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT 1.4 ≤ Z ≤ 3.8
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...894...91P)

  217. TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA LIGHT-CURVE PROPERTIES MEASURED FROM AN UNTARGETED SURVEY SAMPLE
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...637A..73N)

  218. HYPERVELOCITY STARS IN THE GAIA ERA. REVISITING THE MOST EXTREME STARS FROM THE MMT HVS SURVEY
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...637A..53K)

  219. A GIANT GALAXY IN THE YOUNG UNIVERSE WITH A MASSIVE RING
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    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4..957Y)

  220. THE KOALA: A FAST BLUE OPTICAL TRANSIENT WITH LUMINOUS RADIO EMISSION FROM A STARBURST DWARF GALAXY AT Z = 0.27
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895...49H)

  221. A MILDLY RELATIVISTIC OUTFLOW FROM THE ENERGETIC, FAST-RISING BLUE OPTICAL TRANSIENT CSS161010 IN A DWARF GALAXY
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...895L..23C)

  222. ORBITAL REFINEMENT AND STELLAR PROPERTIES FOR THE HD 9446, HD 43691, AND HD 179079 PLANETARY SYSTEMS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..197H)

  223. DETAILED ABUNDANCES IN THE GALACTIC CENTER: EVIDENCE OF A METAL-RICH ALPHA-ENHANCED STELLAR POPULATION
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...894...26T)

  224. THE DISCOVERY OF THE LONG-PERIOD, ECCENTRIC PLANET KEPLER-88 D AND SYSTEM CHARACTERIZATION WITH RADIAL VELOCITIES AND PHOTODYNAMICAL ANALYSIS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..242W)

  225. LOW-MASS GROUP ENVIRONMENTS HAVE NO SUBSTANTIAL IMPACT ON THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM METALLICITY
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..216P)

  226. PSR J1012+5307: A MILLISECOND PULSAR WITH AN EXTREMELY LOW-MASS WHITE DWARF COMPANION
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.4031M)

  227. A BOUND ON THE 12C/13C RATIO IN NEAR-PRISTINE GAS WITH ESPRESSO
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.1411W)

  228. THE STRONG LENSING INSIGHTS INTO THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY (STRIDES) 2017/2018 FOLLOW-UP CAMPAIGN: DISCOVERY OF 10 LENSED QUASARS AND 10 QUASAR PAIRS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.3491L)

  229. HIGH-MASS X-RAY BINARIES IN NEARBY METAL-POOR GALAXIES: ON THE CONTRIBUTION TO NEBULAR HE II EMISSION
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494..941S)

  230. THE ROLE OF GALAXIES AND AGN IN REIONIZING THE IGM - III. IGM-GALAXY CROSS-CORRELATIONS AT Z ∼ 6 FROM EIGHT QUASAR FIELDS WITH DEIMOS AND MUSE
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.1560M)

  231. UPDATED PARAMETERS AND A NEW TRANSMISSION SPECTRUM OF HD 97658B
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..239G)

  232. THE INFLUENCE OF A TOP-HEAVY INTEGRATED GALACTIC IMF AND DUST ON THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF HIGH-REDSHIFT STARBURSTS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.494.2355P)

  233. TOWARDS STUDYING HIERARCHICAL ASSEMBLY IN REAL TIME: A MILKY WAY PROGENITOR GALAXY AT Z = 2.36 UNDER THE MICROSCOPE
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493.5653Z)

  234. WASP-4 IS ACCELERATING TOWARD THE EARTH
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...893L..29B)

  235. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. VIII. COMPENDIUM OF BENCHMARK OBJECTS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...893...27G)

  236. AN EXTREMELY ENERGETIC SUPERNOVA FROM A VERY MASSIVE STAR IN A DENSE MEDIUM
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    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4..893N)

  237. SPIRALS INSIDE THE MILLIMETER CAVITY OF TRANSITION DISK SR 21
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...636L...4M)

  238. HOST GALAXIES OF TYPE IC AND BROAD-LINED TYPE IC SUPERNOVAE FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY: IMPLICATIONS FOR JET PRODUCTION
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892..153M)

  239. THE ALPINE-ALMA [C II] SURVEY: MULTIWAVELENGTH ANCILLARY DATA AND BASIC PHYSICAL MEASUREMENTS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJS..247...61F)

  240. THREE DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 1.5: MERGERS AND DISKS ON THE MAIN SEQUENCE
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892..104D)

  241. TWO NEW DOUBLE-LINED SPECTROSCOPIC BINARY WHITE DWARFS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493.2805K)

  242. NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FIVE OORT CLOUD COMETS AFTER RE-ANALYSIS OF THEIR INFRARED SPECTRA
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..157L)

  243. OBLIQUITY CONSTRAINTS ON AN EXTRASOLAR PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..181B)

  244. ROBO-AO M-DWARF MULTIPLICITY SURVEY: CATALOG
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..139L)

  245. MOSEL SURVEY: TRACKING THE GROWTH OF MASSIVE GALAXIES AT 2 < Z < 4 USING KINEMATICS AND THE ILLUSTRISTNG SIMULATION
    Gupta, Anshu, Tran, Kim-Vy, Cohn, Jonathan, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...893...23G)

  246. ATMOSPHERIC CIRCULATION ON BLACK WIDOW COMPANIONS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892..101K)

  247. ZFIRE: MEASURING ELECTRON DENSITY WITH [O II] AS A FUNCTION OF ENVIRONMENT AT Z = 1.62
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892...77H)

  248. LOOSE ENDS FOR THE EXOMOON CANDIDATE HOST KEPLER-1625B
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..142T)

  249. OBSERVATIONAL ESTIMATE OF THE PARTIAL COVERING PROBABILITY OF QUASAR EMISSION REGIONS BY DISTANT H2 ABSORPTION CLOUDS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493.5743K)

  250. ON THE ABSENCE OF HIGH-REDSHIFT AGNS: LITTLE GROWTH IN THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE POPULATION AT HIGH REDSHIFTS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891...69C)

  251. PLANET-STAR INTERACTIONS WITH PRECISE TRANSIT TIMING. II. THE RADIAL-VELOCITY TIDES AND A TIGHTER CONSTRAINT ON THE ORBITAL DECAY RATE IN THE WASP-18 SYSTEM
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    2020, refereed (2020AcA....70....1M)

  252. THE LONG-LIVED TYPE IIN SN 2015DA: INFRARED ECHOES AND STRONG INTERACTION WITHIN AN EXTENDED MASSIVE SHELL
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...635A..39T)

  253. NEAR-INFRARED IMAGING OF A SPIRAL IN THE CQ TAU DISK
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..118U)

  254. CHORUS. III. PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF LYΑ BLOBS AT Z = 4.9-7.0
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891..177Z)

  255. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF A COMA CLUSTER PROGENITOR AT Z ∼ 2.2
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892....8D)

  256. NEBULAR SPECTRA OF 111 TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE DISFAVOUR SINGLE-DEGENERATE PROGENITORS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493.1044T)

  257. ONSET OF COSMIC REIONIZATION: EVIDENCE OF AN IONIZED BUBBLE MERELY 680 MYR AFTER THE BIG BANG
    Tilvi, V., Malhotra, S., Rhoads, J. E., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891L..10T)

  258. THE STARS IN M15 WERE BORN WITH THE R-PROCESS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891L..13K)

  259. AN ECLIPSING SUBSTELLAR BINARY IN A YOUNG TRIPLE SYSTEM DISCOVERED BY SPECULOOS
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    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4..650T)

  260. A NEW AND UNUSUAL LBV-LIKE OUTBURST FROM A WOLF-RAYET STAR IN THE OUTSKIRTS OF M33
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.5897S)

  261. SHORT GAMMA-RAY BURSTS WITHIN 200 MPC
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.5011D)

  262. ARE THE CARRIERS OF DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR BANDS AND EXTENDED RED EMISSION THE SAME?
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.5853L)

  263. NOT SO FAST: LB-1 IS UNLIKELY TO CONTAIN A 70 M BLACK HOLE
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493L..22E)

  264. SN 2010KD: PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF A SLOW-DECAYING SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...892...28K)

  265. THE FIRST ULTRACOMPACT ROCHE LOBE-FILLING HOT SUBDWARF BINARY
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891...45K)

  266. UNVEILING KINEMATIC STRUCTURE IN THE STARBURST HEART OF NGC 253
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.493..627C)

  267. CONFIRMATION OF WASP-107B'S EXTENDED HELIUM ATMOSPHERE WITH KECK II/NIRSPEC
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..115K)

  268. A ROTATION RATE FOR THE PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION DH TAU B
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...97X)

  269. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM: DATA RELEASE OF 637 SPECTRA FROM 247 TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.4325S)

  270. DIFFUSER-ASSISTED INFRARED TRANSIT PHOTOMETRY FOR FOUR DYNAMICALLY INTERACTING KEPLER SYSTEMS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..108V)

  271. MANGANESE INDICATES A TRANSITION FROM SUB- TO NEAR-CHANDRASEKHAR TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE IN DWARF GALAXIES
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...891...85D)

  272. THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE ADVANCED CAMERA FOR SURVEYS EMISSION LINE SURVEY OF ANDROMEDA. I. CLASSICAL BE STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159..119P)

  273. DETECTABILITY OF EMBEDDED PROTOPLANETS FROM HYDRODYNAMICAL SIMULATIONS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.3440S)

  274. RECONSTRUCTING THE OBSERVED IONIZING PHOTON PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY AT Z ∼ 2 USING STELLAR POPULATION MODELS
    Nanayakkara, Themiya, Brinchmann, Jarle, Glazebrook, Karl, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889..180N)

  275. DETAILED IRON-PEAK ELEMENT ABUNDANCES IN THREE VERY METAL-POOR STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890..119C)

  276. MICROLENSING ANALYSIS FOR THE GRAVITATIONAL LENS SYSTEMS SDSS0924+0219, Q1355-2257, AND SDSS1029+2623
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890....3R)

  277. GAIA-ASSISTED DISCOVERY OF A DETACHED LOW-IONISATION BAL QUASAR WITH VERY LARGE EJECTION VELOCITIES
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...634A.111F)

  278. GROWTH ON S190814BV: DEEP SYNOPTIC LIMITS ON THE OPTICAL/NEAR-INFRARED COUNTERPART TO A NEUTRON STAR-BLACK HOLE MERGER
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890..131A)

  279. SEARCH FOR A VARIATION OF THE FINE STRUCTURE CONSTANT AROUND THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN OUR GALACTIC CENTER
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    2020, refereed (2020PhRvL.124h1101H)

  280. CONFIRMATION OF THE STELLAR BINARY MICROLENSING EVENT, MACHO 97-BLG-28
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890...87B)

  281. KECK OBSERVATIONS CONFIRM A SUPER-JUPITER PLANET ORBITING M DWARF OGLE-2005-BLG-071L
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...68B)

  282. THE ACCELERATION PROGRAMME: I. COSMOLOGY WITH THE REDSHIFT DRIFT
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492.2044C)

  283. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES IN M31: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ALPHA AND IRON ELEMENT ABUNDANCES IN THE THE OUTER DISK, GIANT STELLAR STREAM, AND INNER HALO OF M31
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889..177E)

  284. UNDERSTANDING EXTREME QUASAR OPTICAL VARIABILITY WITH CRTS - II. CHANGING-STATE QUASARS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.4925G)

  285. ESTABLISHING A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR DISCOVERING LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE USING THE ORELSE SURVEY
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.5524H)

  286. THE LYMAN CONTINUUM ESCAPE SURVEY. II. IONIZING RADIATION AS A FUNCTION OF THE [O III]/[O II] LINE RATIO
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889..161N)

  287. A SUPER-EARTH AND A MINI-NEPTUNE AROUND KEPLER-59
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.5238S)

  288. A DETAILED NON-LTE ANALYSIS OF LB-1: REVISED PARAMETERS AND SURFACE ABUNDANCES
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...634L...7S)

  289. QUIESCENT GALAXIES 1.5 BILLION YEARS AFTER THE BIG BANG AND THEIR PROGENITORS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889...93V)

  290. GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN THE STELLAR STREAM SURROUNDING THE MILKY WAY ANALOGUE NGC 5907
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.5693A)

  291. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES IN M31: THE KINEMATICS AND CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF DWARF SPHEROIDAL SATELLITE GALAXIES
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...46K)

  292. AN EMPIRICAL METALLICITY TRACER IN CEMP AND C-NORMAL STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020A&A...634A..72S)

  293. MAGNETIC INFLATION AND STELLAR MASS. V. INTENSIFICATION AND SATURATION OF M-DWARF ABSORPTION LINES WITH ROSSBY NUMBER
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...52M)

  294. ARE INNER DISC MISALIGNMENTS COMMON? ALMA REVEALS AN ISOTROPIC OUTER DISC INCLINATION DISTRIBUTION FOR YOUNG DIPPER STARS
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    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.492..572A)

  295. DYNAMICAL MASSES OF YOUNG STARS. II. YOUNG TAURUS BINARIES HUBBLE 4, FF TAU, AND HP TAU/G3
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889..175R)

  296. POPULATION-LEVEL ECCENTRICITY DISTRIBUTIONS OF IMAGED EXOPLANETS AND BROWN DWARF COMPANIONS: DYNAMICAL EVIDENCE FOR DISTINCT FORMATION CHANNELS
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...63B)

  297. ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION AND FURTHER ORBITAL MODELING OF Κ ANDROMEDA B
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    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...40U)

  298. THE VIOLENT COLLISIONAL HISTORY OF AQUEOUSLY EVOLVED (2) PALLAS
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    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4..569M)

  299. AN EXTREMELY MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXY AT Z = 3.493: EVIDENCE OF INSUFFICIENTLY RAPID QUENCHING MECHANISMS IN THEORETICAL MODELS
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    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890L...1F)

  300. FREQUENCY OF PLANETS IN BINARIES
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    2020, refereed (2020Galax...8...16B)

  301. KINEMATIC AND METALLICITY PROPERTIES OF THE AQUARIUS DWARF GALAXY FROM FORS2 MXU SPECTROSCOPY
    Hermosa Muñoz, L., Taibi, S., Battaglia, G., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...634A..10H)

  302. GEMINI-GRACES HIGH-QUALITY SPECTRA OF KEPLER EVOLVED STARS WITH TRANSITING PLANETS. I. DETAILED CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS KEPLER-278 AND KEPLER-391
    Jofré, E., Almenara, J. M., Petrucci, R., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...634A..29J)

  303. SEARCHING FOR Z > 6.5 ANALOGS NEAR THE PEAK OF COSMIC STAR FORMATION
    Du, Xinnan, Shapley, Alice E., Tang, Mengtao, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...890...65D)

  304. MAGNIFICATION, DUST, AND TIME-DELAY CONSTRAINTS FROM THE FIRST RESOLVED STRONGLY LENSED TYPE IA SUPERNOVA IPTF16GEU
    Dhawan, S., Johansson, J., Goobar, A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.2639D)

  305. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DIRECT-METHOD METALLICITIES AND ISM CONDITIONS AT Z ˜ 1.5-3.5
    Sanders, Ryan L., Shapley, Alice E., Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.1427S)

  306. CORRELATED DEPLETION AND DILUTION OF LITHIUM AND BERYLLIUM REVEALED BY SUBGIANTS IN M67
    Boesgaard, Ann Merchant, Lum, Michael G., Deliyannis, Constantine P.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888...28B)

  307. A DETAILED STUDY OF ANDROMEDA XIX, AN EXTREME LOCAL ANALOGUE OF ULTRADIFFUSE GALAXIES
    Collins, Michelle L. M., Tollerud, Erik J., Rich, R. Michael, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.3496C)

  308. RESOLVING 3D DISK ORIENTATION USING HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGES: NEW CONSTRAINTS ON CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS INFLOWS
    Ho, Stephanie H., Martin, Crystal L.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888...14H)

  309. A STRIPPED HELIUM STAR IN THE POTENTIAL BLACK HOLE BINARY LB-1
    Irrgang, A., Geier, S., Kreuzer, S., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...633L...5I)

  310. MUSE ANALYSIS OF GAS AROUND GALAXIES (MAGG) - I: SURVEY DESIGN AND THE ENVIRONMENT OF A NEAR PRISTINE GAS CLOUD AT Z ≍ 3.5
    Lofthouse, Emma K., Fumagalli, Michele, Fossati, Matteo, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491.2057L)

  311. THE PRISTINE DWARF-GALAXY SURVEY - II. IN-DEPTH OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF THE FAINT MILKY WAY SATELLITE SAGITTARIUS II
    Longeard, Nicolas, Martin, Nicolas, Starkenburg, Else, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020MNRAS.491..356L)

  312. STELLAR 3D KINEMATICS IN THE DRACO DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Massari, D., Helmi, A., Mucciarelli, A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...633A..36M)

  313. TIME-RESOLVED PHOTOMETRY OF THE YOUNG DIPPER RX J1604.3-2130A. UNVEILING THE STRUCTURE AND MASS TRANSPORT THROUGH THE INNERMOST DISK
    Sicilia-Aguilar, A., Manara, C. F., de Boer, J., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...633A..37S)

  314. DISCOVERY OF PROTOCLUSTERS AT Z ˜ 3.7 AND 4.9: EMBEDDED IN PRIMORDIAL SUPERCLUSTERS
    Toshikawa, Jun, Malkan, Matthew A., Kashikawa, Nobunari, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888...89T)

  315. YOUNG STARS NEAR COMETARY GLOBULE CG 30 IN THE TUMULTUOUS GUM NEBULA
    Yep, Alexandra C., White, Russel J.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889...50Y)

  316. POST-PERIHELION VOLATILE PRODUCTION AND RELEASE FROM JUPITER-FAMILY COMET 45P/HONDA-MRKOS-PAJDUŠÁKOVÁ
    Dello Russo, Neil, Kawakita, Hideyo, Bonev, Boncho P., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020Icar..33513411D)

  317. FULL ORBITAL SOLUTION FOR THE BINARY SYSTEM IN THE NORTHERN GALACTIC DISC MICROLENSING EVENT GAIA16AYE
    Wyrzykowski, Ł., Mróz, P., Rybicki, K. A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...633A..98W)

  318. THE EXTREME CNO-ENHANCED COMPOSITION OF THE PRIMITIVE IRON-POOR DWARF STAR J0815+4729
    González Hernández, Jonay I., Aguado, David S., Allende Prieto, Carlos, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...889L..13G)

  319. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: [S III] AS A NEW PROBE OF EVOLVING INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM CONDITIONS
    Sanders, Ryan L., Jones, Tucker, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888L..11S)

  320. SEARCH FOR NEARBY EARTH ANALOGS. II. DETECTION OF FIVE NEW PLANETS, EIGHT PLANET CANDIDATES, AND CONFIRMATION OF THREE PLANETS AROUND NINE NEARBY M DWARFS
    Feng, Fabo, Butler, R. Paul, Shectman, Stephen A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJS..246...11F)

  321. A POPULATION OF DUST-ENSHROUDED OBJECTS ORBITING THE GALACTIC BLACK HOLE
    Ciurlo, Anna, Campbell, Randall D., Morris, Mark R., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020Natur.577..337C)

  322. A KILONOVA ASSOCIATED WITH GRB 070809
    Jin, Zhi-Ping, Covino, Stefano, Liao, Neng-Hui, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4...77J)

  323. USCO1621 B AND USCO1556 B: TWO WIDE COMPANIONS AT THE DEUTERIUM-BURNING MASS LIMIT IN UPPER SCORPIUS
    Chinchilla, Patricia, Béjar, Víctor J. S., Lodieu, Nicolas, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020A&A...633A.152C)

  324. THE ORBIT OF WASP-12B IS DECAYING
    Yee, Samuel W., Winn, Joshua N., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888L...5Y)

  325. THE FULL KEPLER PHASE CURVE OF THE ECLIPSING HOT WHITE DWARF BINARY SYSTEM KOI-964
    Wong, Ian, Shporer, Avi, Becker, Juliette C., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159...29W)

  326. K2-19B AND C ARE IN A 3:2 COMMENSURABILITY BUT OUT OF RESONANCE: A CHALLENGE TO PLANET ASSEMBLY BY CONVERGENT MIGRATION
    Petigura, Erik A., Livingston, John, Batygin, Konstantin, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020AJ....159....2P)

  327. ROBO-AO KEPLER ASTEROSEISMIC SURVEY. II. DO STELLAR COMPANIONS INHIBIT STELLAR OSCILLATIONS?
    Schonhut-Stasik, Jessica, Huber, Daniel, Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020ApJ...888...34S)

  328. A MEASUREMENT OF WATER VAPOUR AMID A LARGELY QUIESCENT ENVIRONMENT ON EUROPA
    Paganini, L., Villanueva, G. L., Roth, L., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4..266P)

  329. CALIBRATING IODINE CELLS FOR PRECISE RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Wang, Sharon Xuesong, Wright, Jason T., MacQueen, Phillip, et al.
    2020, refereed (2020PASP..132a4503W)

  330. A BLUE RING NEBULA FROM A STELLAR MERGER SEVERAL THOUSAND YEARS AGO
    Hoadley, Keri, Martin, D. Christopher, Metzger, Brian D., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020Natur.587..387H)

  331. AN ULTRAHOT NEPTUNE IN THE NEPTUNE DESERT
    Jenkins, James S., Díaz, Matías R., Kurtovic, Nicolás T., et al.
    2020, refereed (2020NatAs...4.1148J)

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2019

  1. PROBING STRUCTURE IN COLD GAS AT Z ≲ 1 WITH GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED QUASAR SIGHT LINES
    Kulkarni, Varsha P., Cashman, Frances H., Lopez, Sebastian, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...83K)

  2. COSMODC2: A SYNTHETIC SKY CATALOG FOR DARK ENERGY SCIENCE WITH LSST
    Korytov, Danila, Hearin, Andrew, Kovacs, Eve, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..245...26K)

  3. EVOLUTION OF THE COOL GAS IN THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF MASSIVE HALOS: A KECK COSMIC WEB IMAGER SURVEY OF LYΑ EMISSION AROUND QSOS AT Z ≈ 2
    Cai, Zheng, Cantalupo, Sebastiano, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..245...23C)

  4. ZTF EARLY OBSERVATIONS OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE. I. PROPERTIES OF THE 2018 SAMPLE
    Yao, Yuhan, Miller, Adam A., Kulkarni, S. R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886..152Y)

  5. NATURE AND ORIGINS OF RICH COMPLEXES OF C IV ASSOCIATED ABSORPTION LINES
    Chen, Chen, Hamann, Fred, Simon, Leah, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...78C)

  6. THERMAL STATE OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AT Z ˜ 2-4
    Telikova, K. N., Shternin, P. S., Balashev, S. A.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887..205T)

  7. THE MUTUAL ORBIT, MASS, AND DENSITY OF TRANSNEPTUNIAN BINARY GǃKÚNǁ'HÒMDÍMÀ (229762 2007 UK126)
    Grundy, W. M., Noll, K. S., Buie, M. W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Icar..334...30G)

  8. THE NATURE OF IONIZED GAS IN THE MILKY WAY GALACTIC FOUNTAIN
    Werk, Jessica K., Rubin, K. H. R., Bish, H. V., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...89W)

  9. A DWARF DISRUPTING - ANDROMEDA XXVII AND THE NORTH WEST STREAM
    Preston, Janet, Collins, Michelle L. M., Ibata, Rodrigo A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.2905P)

  10. THE COS CGM COMPENDIUM. III. METALLICITY AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AT Z ≲ 1
    Lehner, Nicolas, Wotta, Christopher B., Howk, J. Christopher, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887....5L)

  11. AN OUTER SHADE OF PAL: ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF THE OUTER HALO GLOBULAR CLUSTER PALOMAR 13
    Koch, Andreas, Côté, Patrick
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...632A..55K)

  12. THE BERKELEY SAMPLE OF TYPE II SUPERNOVAE: BVRI LIGHT CURVES AND SPECTROSCOPY OF 55 SNE II
    de Jaeger, T., Zheng, W., Stahl, B. E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.2799D)

  13. NUSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF THE UNIDENTIFIED INTEGRAL SOURCES: CONSTRAINTS ON THE GALACTIC POPULATION OF HMXBS
    Clavel, Maïca, Tomsick, John A., Hare, Jeremy, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...32C)

  14. A SUBMILLIMETER PERSPECTIVE ON THE GOODS FIELDS (SUPER GOODS). IV. THE SUBMILLIMETER PROPERTIES OF X-RAY SOURCES IN THE CDF-S
    Barger, A. J., Cowie, L. L., Bauer, F. E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...23B)

  15. SUPERNOVA 2014C: ONGOING INTERACTION WITH EXTENDED CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL WITH SILICATE DUST
    Tinyanont, Samaporn, Lau, Ryan M., Kasliwal, Mansi M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...75T)

  16. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GALAXY ISM AND CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS METALLICITIES
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Pointon, Stephanie K., Nielsen, Nikole M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...91K)

  17. GAIA 19AJJ: A YOUNG STAR BRIGHTENING DUE TO ENHANCED ACCRETION AND REDUCED EXTINCTION
    Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Reipurth, Bo, Connelley, Michael, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..240H)

  18. THE DETECTION OF [O III] Λ4363 IN A LENSED, DWARF GALAXY AT Z = 2.59: TESTING METALLICITY INDICATORS AND SCALING RELATIONS AT HIGH REDSHIFT AND LOW MASS
    Gburek, Timothy, Siana, Brian, Alavi, Anahita, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887..168G)

  19. EVIDENCE FOR LATE-STAGE ERUPTIVE MASS LOSS IN THE PROGENITOR TO SN2018GEP, A BROAD-LINED IC SUPERNOVA: PRE-EXPLOSION EMISSION AND A RAPIDLY RISING LUMINOUS TRANSIENT
    Ho, Anna Y. Q., Goldstein, Daniel A., Schulze, Steve, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887..169H)

  20. ECLIPSING BINARIES IN THE OPEN CLUSTER RUPRECHT 147. II. EPIC 219568666
    Torres, Guillermo, Vanderburg, Andrew, Curtis, Jason L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887..109T)

  21. GIANT PLANET OCCURRENCE WITHIN 0.2 AU OF LOW-LUMINOSITY RED GIANT BRANCH STARS WITH K2
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..227G)

  22. ON THE ORIGIN OF SN 2016HIL—A TYPE II SUPERNOVA IN THE REMOTE OUTSKIRTS OF AN ELLIPTICAL HOST
    Irani, Ido, Schulze, Steve, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887..127I)

  23. PREDICTING LYΑ EMISSION FROM GALAXIES VIA EMPIRICAL MARKERS OF PRODUCTION AND ESCAPE IN THE KBSS
    Trainor, Ryan F., Strom, Allison L., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...85T)

  24. DO METAL-RICH STARS MAKE METAL-RICH PLANETS? NEW INSIGHTS ON GIANT PLANET FORMATION FROM HOST STAR ABUNDANCES
    Teske, Johanna K., Thorngren, Daniel, Fortney, Jonathan J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..239T)

  25. THE COLD CIRCUMGALACTIC ENVIRONMENT OF MAMMOTH-I: DYNAMICALLY COLD GAS IN THE CORE OF AN ENORMOUS LYΑ NEBULA
    Emonts, Bjorn H. C., Cai, Zheng, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...887...86E)

  26. DETAILED STUDY OF THE MILKY WAY GLOBULAR CLUSTER LAEVENS 3
    Longeard, Nicolas, Martin, Nicolas, Ibata, Rodrigo A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.1498L)

  27. COMPOSITIONS OF PLANETARY DEBRIS AROUND DUSTY WHITE DWARFS
    Xu, Siyi, Dufour, Patrick, Klein, Beth, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..242X)

  28. THE POSSIBLE ASTROMETRIC SIGNATURE OF A PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION TO THE NEARBY YOUNG STAR TW PISCIS AUSTRINI (FOMALHAUT B): CONSTRAINTS FROM ASTROMETRY, RADIAL VELOCITIES, AND DIRECT IMAGING
    De Rosa, Robert J., Esposito, Thomas M., Hirsch, Lea A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..225D)

  29. A SHARP VIEW OF H0LICOW: H0 FROM THREE TIME-DELAY GRAVITATIONAL LENS SYSTEMS WITH ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING
    Chen, Geoff C. -F., Fassnacht, Christopher D., Suyu, Sherry H., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.1743C)

  30. RADIAL VELOCITY DISCOVERY OF AN ECCENTRIC JOVIAN WORLD ORBITING AT 18 AU
    Blunt, Sarah, Endl, Michael, Weiss, Lauren M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..181B)

  31. KIC 4142768: AN EVOLVED GAMMA DORADUS/DELTA SCUTI HYBRID PULSATING ECLIPSING BINARY WITH TIDALLY EXCITED OSCILLATIONS
    Guo, Zhao, Fuller, Jim, Shporer, Avi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885...46G)

  32. STELLAR VELOCITY DISPERSION OF A MASSIVE QUENCHING GALAXY AT Z = 4.01
    Tanaka, Masayuki, Valentino, Francesco, Toft, Sune, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885L..34T)

  33. FAST OUTFLOWS IDENTIFIED IN EARLY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z = 5-6
    Sugahara, Yuma, Ouchi, Masami, Harikane, Yuichi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...29S)

  34. COLUMN DENSITY, KINEMATICS, AND THERMAL STATE OF METAL-BEARING GAS WITHIN THE VIRIAL RADIUS OF Z ˜ 2 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN THE KECK BARYONIC STRUCTURE SURVEY
    Rudie, Gwen C., Steidel, Charles C., Pettini, Max, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885...61R)

  35. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: A CENSUS OF AGN-DRIVEN IONIZED OUTFLOWS AT Z = 1.4-3.8
    Leung, Gene C. K., Coil, Alison L., Aird, James, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...11L)

  36. THE SPIRITS SAMPLE OF LUMINOUS INFRARED TRANSIENTS: UNCOVERING HIDDEN SUPERNOVAE AND DUSTY STELLAR OUTBURSTS IN NEARBY GALAXIES
    Jencson, Jacob E., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Adams, Scott M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...40J)

  37. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE METALLICITY DEPENDENCE OF X-RAY BINARY POPULATIONS AT Z ˜ 2
    Fornasini, Francesca M., Kriek, Mariska, Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885...65F)

  38. PROBING PLANET FORMATION AND DISK SUBSTRUCTURES IN THE INNER DISK OF HERBIG AE STARS WITH CO ROVIBRATIONAL EMISSION
    Bosman, Arthur D., Banzatti, Andrea, Bruderer, Simon, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...631A.133B)

  39. TESTING THE PARADIGM: FIRST SPECTROSCOPIC EVIDENCE OF A QUASAR-GALAXY MPC-SCALE ASSOCIATION AT COSMIC DAWN
    Decarli, Roberto, Mignoli, Marco, Gilli, Roberto, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...631L..10D)

  40. EVOLUTION OF THE STELLAR MASS-METALLICITY RELATION. II. CONSTRAINTS ON GALACTIC OUTFLOWS FROM THE MG ABUNDANCES OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES
    Leethochawalit, Nicha, Kirby, Evan N., Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885..100L)

  41. SPATIALLY RESOLVED STELLAR KINEMATICS OF THE ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXY DRAGONFLY 44. II. CONSTRAINTS ON FUZZY DARK MATTER
    Wasserman, Asher, van Dokkum, Pieter, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885..155W)

  42. KINEMATICS OF THE O VI CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM: HALO MASS DEPENDENCE AND OUTFLOW SIGNATURES
    Ng, Mason, Nielsen, Nikole M., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886...66N)

  43. SN 2017GMR: AN ENERGETIC TYPE II-P SUPERNOVA WITH ASYMMETRIES
    Andrews, Jennifer E., Sand, D. J., Valenti, S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885...43A)

  44. ORBITAL DECAY IN A 20 MINUTE ORBITAL PERIOD DETACHED BINARY WITH A HYDROGEN-POOR LOW-MASS WHITE DWARF
    Burdge, Kevin B., Fuller, Jim, Phinney, E. Sterl, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...886L..12B)

  45. RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS OF HR 8799 B AND C WITH MEDIUM RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY
    Ruffio, Jean-Baptiste, Macintosh, Bruce, Konopacky, Quinn M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..200R)

  46. KELT-24B: A 5M J PLANET ON A 5.6 DAY WELL-ALIGNED ORBIT AROUND THE YOUNG V = 8.3 F-STAR HD 93148
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Eastman, Jason D., Zhou, George, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..197R)

  47. ORBITAL AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF THE BENCHMARK BROWN DWARF HD 4747B
    Peretti, S., Ségransan, D., Lavie, B., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...631A.107P)

  48. HOW TO FUEL AN AGN: MAPPING CIRCUMNUCLEAR GAS IN NGC 6240 WITH ALMA
    Medling, Anne M., Privon, George C., Barcos-Muñoz, Loreto, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...885L..21M)

  49. KOJIMA-1LB IS A MILDLY COLD NEPTUNE AROUND THE BRIGHTEST MICROLENSING HOST STAR
    Fukui, A., Suzuki, D., Koshimoto, N., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..206F)

  50. A WIDE STAR-BLACK-HOLE BINARY SYSTEM FROM RADIAL-VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS
    Liu, Jifeng, Zhang, Haotong, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Natur.575..618L)

  51. THE EFFECTS OF TELLURIC CONTAMINATION IN IODINE-CALIBRATED PRECISE RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Xuesong Wang, Sharon, Wright, Jason T., Bender, Chad, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..216X)

  52. WISE J072003.20-084651.2B IS A MASSIVE T DWARF
    Dupuy, Trent J., Liu, Michael C., Best, William M. J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..174D)

  53. PHOTOMETRY OF THE URANIAN SATELLITES WITH KECK AND THE SEARCH FOR MAB
    Paradis, Samuel, Moeckel, Chris, Tollefson, Joshua, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..178P)

  54. SEARCHING FOR SIGNS OF JET-DRIVEN NEGATIVE FEEDBACK IN THE NEARBY RADIO GALAXY UGC 05771
    Zovaro, Henry R. M., Nesvadba, Nicole P. H., Sharp, Robert, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.4944Z)

  55. INTERPRETATION AND DIVERSITY OF EXOPLANETARY MATERIAL ORBITING WHITE DWARFS
    Swan, Andrew, Farihi, Jay, Koester, Detlev, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490..202S)

  56. PERSISTENCE OF THE COLOUR-DENSITY RELATION AND EFFICIENT ENVIRONMENTAL QUENCHING TO Z ˜ 1.4
    Lemaux, B. C., Tomczak, A. R., Lubin, L. M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.490.1231L)

  57. A SUBSTELLAR COMPANION TO A HOT STAR IN K2'S CAMPAIGN 0 FIELD
    Dholakia, S., Dholakia, S., Cody, Ann Marie, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019PASP..131k4402D)

  58. BAT AGN SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY - XIII. THE NATURE OF THE MOST LUMINOUS OBSCURED AGN IN THE LOW-REDSHIFT UNIVERSE
    Bär, Rudolf E., Trakhtenbrot, Benny, Oh, Kyuseok, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.3073B)

  59. DARK MATTER AND NO DARK MATTER: ON THE HALO MASS OF NGC 1052
    Forbes, Duncan A., Alabi, Adebusola, Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.3665F)

  60. AGN ALL THE WAY DOWN? AGN-LIKE LINE RATIOS ARE COMMON IN THE LOWEST-MASS ISOLATED QUIESCENT GALAXIES
    Dickey, Claire Mackay, Geha, Marla, Wetzel, Andrew, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884..180D)

  61. FLARES OF ACCRETION ACTIVITY OF THE 20 MYR OLD UXOR RZ PSC
    Potravnov, I. S., Grinin, V. P., Serebriakova, N. A.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...630A..64P)

  62. HEAVY METALS IN INTERMEDIATE HE-RICH HOT SUBDWARFS: THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF HZ 44 AND HD 127493
    Dorsch, M., Latour, M., Heber, U.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...630A.130D)

  63. SUBKILOPARSEC IMAGING OF LYΑ EMISSION IN A LOW-MASS, HIGHLY IONIZED, GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED GALAXY AT Z = 1.84
    Erb, Dawn K., Berg, Danielle A., Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884....7E)

  64. THE AFTERGLOW AND KILONOVA OF THE SHORT GRB 160821B
    Troja, E., Castro-Tirado, A. J., Becerra González, J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.2104T)

  65. DEVELOPMENT OF HYDROGEN AND HELIUM PROXIMITY ZONES AROUND QUASARS
    Zheng, Wei, Meiksin, Avery, Syphers, David
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..123Z)

  66. MEASURING THE ORBITAL PARAMETERS OF RADIAL VELOCITY SYSTEMS IN MEAN-MOTION RESONANCE: A CASE STUDY OF HD 200964
    Rosenthal, M. M., Jacobson-Galan, W., Nelson, B., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..136R)

  67. TORUS CONSTRAINTS IN ANEPD-CXO245: A COMPTON-THICK AGN WITH DOUBLE-PEAKED NARROW LINES
    Miyaji, Takamitsu, Herrera-Endoqui, Martín, Krumpe, Mirko, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884L..10M)

  68. THE RECENT BURSTINESS OF STAR FORMATION IN GALAXIES AT Z ˜ 4.5 FROM HΑ MEASUREMENTS
    Faisst, Andreas L., Capak, Peter L., Emami, Najmeh, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884..133F)

  69. THE EVOLUTION OF O I OVER 3.2 < Z < 6.5: REIONIZATION OF THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Becker, George D., Pettini, Max, Rafelski, Marc, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..163B)

  70. STELLAR ACTIVITY ANALYSIS OF BARNARD'S STAR: VERY SLOW ROTATION AND EVIDENCE FOR LONG-TERM ACTIVITY CYCLE
    Toledo-Padrón, B., González Hernández, J. I., Rodríguez-López, C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.5145T)

  71. FIRST ALMA MILLIMETER-WAVELENGTH MAPS OF JUPITER, WITH A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF CONVECTION
    de Pater, Imke, Sault, R. J., Moeckel, Chris, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..139D)

  72. EXPLORING REIONIZATION-ERA QUASARS. III. DISCOVERY OF 16 QUASARS AT 6.4 ≲ Z ≲ 6.9 WITH DESI LEGACY IMAGING SURVEYS AND THE UKIRT HEMISPHERE SURVEY AND QUASAR LUMINOSITY FUNCTION AT Z ˜ 6.7
    Wang, Feige, Yang, Jinyi, Fan, Xiaohui, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884...30W)

  73. THE CGM-GRB STUDY. I. UNCOVERING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AROUND GRB HOSTS AT REDSHIFTS 2-6
    Gatkine, Pradip, Veilleux, Sylvain, Cucchiara, Antonino
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884...66G)

  74. POWER SPECTRUM OF THE FLUX IN THE LYMAN-ALPHA FOREST FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTRA OF 87 QSOS
    Day, Aaron, Tytler, David, Kambalur, Bharat
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.2536D)

  75. PRECISE DYNAMICAL MASSES OF DIRECTLY IMAGED COMPANIONS FROM RELATIVE ASTROMETRY, RADIAL VELOCITIES, AND HIPPARCOS-GAIA DR2 ACCELERATIONS
    Brandt, Timothy D., Dupuy, Trent J., Bowler, Brendan P.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..140B)

  76. TWO MAJOR ACCRETION EPOCHS IN M31 FROM TWO DISTINCT POPULATIONS OF GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Mackey, Dougal, Lewis, Geraint F., Brewer, Brendon J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Natur.574...69M)

  77. A 100-KILOPARSEC WIND FEEDING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF A MASSIVE COMPACT GALAXY
    Rupke, David S. N., Coil, Alison, Geach, James E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Natur.574..643R)

  78. OXYGEN FUGACITIES OF EXTRASOLAR ROCKS: EVIDENCE FOR AN EARTH-LIKE GEOCHEMISTRY OF EXOPLANETS
    Doyle, Alexandra E., Young, Edward D., Klein, Beth, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Sci...366..356D)

  79. AGN-DRIVEN OUTFLOWS IN DWARF GALAXIES
    Manzano-King, Christina M., Canalizo, Gabriela, Sales, Laura V.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884...54M)

  80. GAS FILAMENTS OF THE COSMIC WEB LOCATED AROUND ACTIVE GALAXIES IN A PROTOCLUSTER
    Umehata, H., Fumagalli, M., Smail, I., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Sci...366...97U)

  81. SILVERRUSH. VIII. SPECTROSCOPIC IDENTIFICATIONS OF EARLY LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURES WITH PROTOCLUSTERS OVER 200 MPC AT Z ˜ 6-7: STRONG ASSOCIATIONS OF DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Harikane, Yuichi, Ouchi, Masami, Ono, Yoshiaki, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..142H)

  82. NO EVIDENCE FOR INTERMEDIATE-MASS BLACK HOLES IN THE GLOBULAR CLUSTERS Ω CEN AND NGC 6624
    Baumgardt, H., He, C., Sweet, S. M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.5340B)

  83. REST-FRAME UV AND OPTICAL EMISSION LINE DIAGNOSTICS OF IONIZED GAS PROPERTIES: A TEST CASE IN A STAR-FORMING KNOT OF A LENSED GALAXY AT Z ∼ 1.7
    Acharyya, Ayan, Kewley, Lisa J., Rigby, Jane R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.5862A)

  84. AN 11 EARTH-MASS, LONG-PERIOD SUB-NEPTUNE ORBITING A SUN-LIKE STAR
    Mayo, Andrew W., Rajpaul, Vinesh M., Buchhave, Lars A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..165M)

  85. S AND VV CORONA AUSTRALIS: SPECTROSCOPIC VARIABILITY IN TWO YOUNG BINARY STAR SYSTEMS
    Sullivan, Kendall, Prato, L., Edwards, Suzan, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...884...28S)

  86. A TALE OF TWO CLUSTERS: AN ANALYSIS OF GAS-PHASE METALLICITY AND NEBULAR GAS CONDITIONS IN PROTO-CLUSTER GALAXIES AT Z ˜ 2
    Alcorn, Leo Y., Gupta, Anshu, Tran, Kim-Vy, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..153A)

  87. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES IN M31: FIRST ALPHA AND IRON ABUNDANCE MEASUREMENTS IN M31'S GIANT STELLAR STREAM
    Gilbert, Karoline M., Kirby, Evan N., Escala, Ivanna, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..128G)

  88. MMT/MMIRS SPECTROSCOPY OF Z = 1.3 - 2.4 EXTREME [O III] EMITTERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR GALAXIES IN THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Tang, Mengtao, Stark, Daniel P., Chevallard, Jacopo, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.2572T)

  89. PLANETESIMALS AROUND STARS WITH TESS (PAST) - I. TRANSIENT DIMMING OF A BINARY SOLAR ANALOGUE AT THE END OF THE PLANET ACCRETION ERA
    Gaidos, E., Jacobs, T., LaCourse, D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.4465G)

  90. REJUVENATED GALAXIES WITH VERY OLD BULGES AT THE ORIGIN OF THE BENDING OF THE MAIN SEQUENCE AND OF THE `GREEN VALLEY'
    Mancini, Chiara, Daddi, Emanuele, Juneau, Stéphanie, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.489.1265M)

  91. JELLYFISH: RAM PRESSURE STRIPPING AS A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL IN STUDIES OF CLUSTER COLLISIONS
    Ebeling, Harald, Kalita, Boris S.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882..127E)

  92. RAPIDLY ACCRETING BLACK HOLE OF THE LYΑ-LUMINOUS QUASAR PSOJ006.1240+39.2219
    Koptelova, Ekaterina, Hwang, Chorng-Yuan, Malkan, Matthew A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882..144K)

  93. A DUAL BLACK HOLE ASSOCIATED WITH OBSCURED AND UNOBSCURED AGNS: CXO J101527.2+625911
    Kim, D. -C., Momjian, E., Yoon, Ilsang, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882..149K)

  94. LOCAL-TIME AVERAGED MAPS OF H3 + EMISSION, TEMPERATURE AND ION WINDS
    Stallard, Tom S., Baines, Kevin H., Melin, Henrik, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019RSPTA.37780405S)

  95. A GIANT GREEN PEA IDENTIFIED IN THE SPECTROSCOPY OF SPATIALLY EXTENDED [O III] SOURCES
    Yuma, Suraphong, Ouchi, Masami, Fujimoto, Seiji, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...17Y)

  96. SIX NEW RAPIDLY OSCILLATING AP STARS IN THE KEPLER LONG-CADENCE DATA USING SUPER-NYQUIST ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
    Hey, Daniel R., Holdsworth, Daniel L., Bedding, Timothy R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488...18H)

  97. A MEASUREMENT OF THE HUBBLE CONSTANT FROM ANGULAR DIAMETER DISTANCES TO TWO GRAVITATIONAL LENSES
    Jee, Inh, Suyu, Sherry H., Komatsu, Eiichiro, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Sci...365.1134J)

  98. THE RED DEAD REDEMPTION SURVEY OF CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS ABOUT MASSIVE GALAXIES. I. MASS AND METALLICITY OF THE COOL PHASE
    Berg, Michelle A., Howk, J. Christopher, Lehner, Nicolas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883....5B)

  99. 1ES 1927+654: AN AGN CAUGHT CHANGING LOOK ON A TIMESCALE OF MONTHS
    Trakhtenbrot, Benny, Arcavi, Iair, MacLeod, Chelsea L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883...94T)

  100. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE METALLICITY OF THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AND GALAXY ORIENTATION
    Pointon, Stephanie K., Kacprzak, Glenn G., Nielsen, Nikole M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883...78P)

  101. MODELLING H3+ IN PLANETARY ATMOSPHERES: EFFECTS OF VERTICAL GRADIENTS ON OBSERVED QUANTITIES
    Moore, L., Melin, H., O'Donoghue, J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019RSPTA.37790067M)

  102. THE H3+ IONOSPHERE OF URANUS: DECADES-LONG COOLING AND LOCAL-TIME MORPHOLOGY
    Melin, Henrik, Fletcher, L. N., Stallard, T. S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019RSPTA.37780408M)

  103. MULTIBAND OPTICAL LIGHT CURVES OF BLACK-WIDOW PULSARS
    Draghis, Paul, Romani, Roger W., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..108D)

  104. CONSISTENCY OF THE INFRARED VARIABILITY OF SGR A* OVER 22 YR
    Chen, Zhuo, Gallego-Cano, E., Do, T., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882L..28C)

  105. A NEW CLASS OF CHANGING-LOOK LINERS
    Frederick, Sara, Gezari, Suvi, Graham, Matthew J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883...31F)

  106. DISCOVERY OF STRONGLY INVERTED METALLICITY GRADIENTS IN DWARF GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 2
    Wang, Xin, Jones, Tucker A., Treu, Tommaso, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...94W)

  107. A SUPER-EARTH AND SUB-NEPTUNE TRANSITING THE LATE-TYPE M DWARF LP 791-18
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Waalkes, William, Newton, Elisabeth R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883L..16C)

  108. A SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA IN HIGH SURFACE DENSITY MOLECULAR GAS WITHIN THE BAR OF A METAL-RICH GALAXY
    Arabsalmani, M., Roychowdhury, S., Renaud, F., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...31A)

  109. MERGING CLUSTER COLLABORATION: A PANCHROMATIC ATLAS OF RADIO RELIC MERGERS
    Golovich, N., Dawson, W. A., Wittman, D. M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...69G)

  110. GALACTIC GAS FLOWS FROM HALO TO DISK: TOMOGRAPHY AND KINEMATICS AT THE MILKY WAY’S DISK-HALO INTERFACE
    Bish, Hannah V., Werk, Jessica K., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...76B)

  111. HEAVY ELEMENT ABSORPTION SYSTEMS AT 5.0 < Z < 6.8: METAL-POOR NEUTRAL GAS AND A DIMINISHING SIGNATURE OF HIGHLY IONIZED CIRCUMGALACTIC MATTER
    Cooper, Thomas J., Simcoe, Robert A., Cooksey, Kathy L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882...77C)

  112. KECK/OSIRIS IFU DETECTION OF A Z ˜ 3 DAMPED LYΑ HOST GALAXY
    Christenson, Holly M., Jorgenson, Regina A.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883...17C)

  113. HR 10: A MAIN-SEQUENCE BINARY WITH CIRCUMSTELLAR ENVELOPES AROUND BOTH COMPONENTS. DISCOVERY AND ANALYSIS
    Montesinos, B., Eiroa, C., Lillo-Box, J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...629A..19M)

  114. MAGNETIC INFLATION AND STELLAR MASS. IV. FOUR LOW-MASS KEPLER ECLIPSING BINARIES CONSISTENT WITH NON-MAGNETIC STELLAR EVOLUTIONARY MODELS
    Han, Eunkyu, Muirhead, Philip S., Swift, Jonathan J.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..111H)

  115. H2O2 WITHIN CHAOS TERRAIN ON EUROPA’S LEADING HEMISPHERE
    Trumbo, Samantha K., Brown, Michael E., Hand, Kevin P.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158..127T)

  116. NEW SPATIALLY RESOLVED IMAGING OF THE SR 21 TRANSITION DISK AND CONSTRAINTS ON THE SMALL-GRAIN DISK GEOMETRY
    Sallum, S., Skemer, A. J., Eisner, J. A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...883..100S)

  117. THE TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT AT2017EQX: SPECTROSCOPIC EVOLUTION FROM HYDROGEN RICH TO POOR SUGGESTS AN ATMOSPHERE AND OUTFLOW
    Nicholl, M., Blanchard, P. K., Berger, E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.1878N)

  118. THE TYPE II SUPERLUMINOUS SN 2008ES AT LATE TIMES: NEAR-INFRARED EXCESS AND CIRCUMSTELLAR INTERACTION
    Bhirombhakdi, Kornpob, Chornock, Ryan, Miller, Adam A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.3783B)

  119. ERQS ARE THE BOSS OF QUASAR SAMPLES: THE HIGHEST VELOCITY [O III] QUASAR OUTFLOWS
    Perrotta, S., Hamann, F., Zakamska, N. L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.4126P)

  120. UNPRECEDENTED NEAR-INFRARED BRIGHTNESS AND VARIABILITY OF SGR A*
    Do, Tuan, Witzel, Gunther, Gautam, Abhimat K., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882L..27D)

  121. OBSERVATIONS OF JUPITER FAMILY COMET 252P/LINEAR DURING A CLOSE APPROACH TO EARTH REVEAL LARGE ABUNDANCES OF METHANOL AND ETHANE
    Paganini, L., Camarca, M. N., Mumma, M. J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...98P)

  122. 3.8 ΜM IMAGING OF 400-600 K BROWN DWARFS AND ORBITAL CONSTRAINTS FOR WISEP J045853.90+643452.6AB
    Leggett, S. K., Dupuy, Trent J., Morley, Caroline V., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...882..117L)

  123. EXTREMELY METAL-POOR GALAXIES WITH HST/COS: LABORATORIES FOR MODELS OF LOW-METALLICITY MASSIVE STARS AND HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES
    Senchyna, Peter, Stark, Daniel P., Chevallard, Jacopo, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.488.3492S)

  124. THE COS ABSORPTION SURVEY OF BARYON HARBORS: THE GALAXY DATABASE AND CROSS-CORRELATION ANALYSIS OF O VI SYSTEMS
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, Burchett, Joseph N., Tripp, Todd M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..243...24P)

  125. GAIA GRAL: GAIA DR2 GRAVITATIONAL LENS SYSTEMS. IV. KECK/LRIS SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF GRAL 113100-441959 AND MODEL PREDICTION OF TIME DELAYS
    Wertz, O., Stern, D., Krone-Martins, A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...628A..17W)

  126. VALIDATION OF A TEMPERATE FOURTH PLANET IN THE K2-133 MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Wells, R., Poppenhaeger, K., Watson, C. A.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.1865W)

  127. CHARACTERIZING K2 CANDIDATE PLANETARY SYSTEMS ORBITING LOW-MASS STARS. IV. UPDATED PROPERTIES FOR 86 COOL DWARFS OBSERVED DURING CAMPAIGNS 1-17
    Dressing, Courtney D., Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...87D)

  128. STELLAR MASS GROWTH OF BRIGHTEST CLUSTER GALAXY PROGENITORS IN COSMOS SINCE Z ˜ 3
    Cooke, Kevin C., Kartaltepe, Jeyhan S., Tyler, K. D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...881..150C)

  129. GRB 161219B/SN 2016JCA: A POWERFUL STELLAR COLLAPSE
    Ashall, C., Mazzali, P. A., Pian, E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.5824A)

  130. COMPLEX DISTRIBUTION AND VELOCITY FIELD OF MOLECULAR GAS IN NGC 1316 AS REVEALED BY THE MORITA ARRAY OF ALMA
    Morokuma-Matsui, Kana, Serra, Paolo, Maccagni, Filippo M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019PASJ...71...85M)

  131. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: SULFUR EMISSION-LINE RATIOS PROVIDE NEW INSIGHTS INTO EVOLVING INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM CONDITIONS AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., Shao, Peng, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...881L..35S)

  132. PS18KH: A NEW TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT WITH A NON-AXISYMMETRIC ACCRETION DISK
    Holoien, T. W. -S., Huber, M. E., Shappee, B. J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880..120H)

  133. MAGNETIC ACTIVITY OF THE SOLAR-LIKE STAR HD 140538
    Mittag, M., Schmitt, J. H. M. M., Metcalfe, T. S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...628A.107M)

  134. KELT-23AB: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A NEAR-SOLAR TWIN CLOSE TO THE TESS AND JWST CONTINUOUS VIEWING ZONES
    Johns, Daniel, Reed, Phillip A., Rodriguez, Joseph E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...78J)

  135. A WARM JUPITER-SIZED PLANET TRANSITING THE PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STAR V1298 TAU
    David, Trevor J., Cody, Ann Marie, Hedges, Christina L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...79D)

  136. SPATIALLY RESOLVED STELLAR KINEMATICS OF THE ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXY DRAGONFLY 44. I. OBSERVATIONS, KINEMATICS, AND COLD DARK MATTER HALO FITS
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Wasserman, Asher, Danieli, Shany, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880...91V)

  137. DISCOVERY OF AN INTERMEDIATE-LUMINOSITY RED TRANSIENT IN M51 AND ITS LIKELY DUST-OBSCURED, INFRARED-VARIABLE PROGENITOR
    Jencson, Jacob E., Adams, Scott M., Bond, Howard E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880L..20J)

  138. STELLAR METALLICITIES AND ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCE RATIOS OF Z ˜ 1.4 MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXIES
    Kriek, Mariska, Price, Sedona H., Conroy, Charlie, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880L..31K)

  139. ANOMALY IN THE OPACITY OF THE POST-REIONIZATION INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM IN THE LYΑ AND LYΒ FOREST
    Eilers, Anna-Christina, Hennawi, Joseph F., Davies, Frederick B., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...881...23E)

  140. SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY
    Angus, C. R., Smith, M., Sullivan, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.2215A)

  141. BLACK HOLE MASSES OF TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT HOST GALAXIES II
    Wevers, Thomas, Stone, Nicholas C., van Velzen, Sjoert, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.4136W)

  142. PROBING THE EXISTENCE OF VERY MASSIVE FIRST STARS
    Salvadori, S., Bonifacio, P., Caffau, E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.4261S)

  143. A SINGLE FAST RADIO BURST LOCALIZED TO A MASSIVE GALAXY AT COSMOLOGICAL DISTANCE
    Bannister, K. W., Deller, A. T., Phillips, C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Sci...365..565B)

  144. PG 1610+062: A RUNAWAY B STAR CHALLENGING CLASSICAL EJECTION MECHANISMS
    Irrgang, A., Geier, S., Heber, U., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...628L...5I)

  145. RELATIVISTIC REDSHIFT OF THE STAR S0-2 ORBITING THE GALACTIC CENTER SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Do, Tuan, Hees, Aurelien, Ghez, Andrea, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Sci...365..664D)

  146. EVIDENCE FOR SUB-CHANDRASEKHAR TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM STELLAR ABUNDANCES IN DWARF GALAXIES
    Kirby, Evan N., Xie, Justin L., Guo, Rachel, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...881...45K)

  147. INDEPENDENT COSMOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS FROM HIGH-Z H II GALAXIES
    González-Morán, Ana Luisa, Chávez, Ricardo, Terlevich, Roberto, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.487.4669G)

  148. A FAST RADIO BURST LOCALIZED TO A MASSIVE GALAXY
    Ravi, V., Catha, M., D'Addario, L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Natur.572..352R)

  149. SILVERRUSH. VII. SUBARU/HSC IDENTIFICATIONS OF PROTOCLUSTER CANDIDATES AT Z ˜ 6-7: IMPLICATIONS FOR COSMIC REIONIZATION
    Higuchi, Ryo, Ouchi, Masami, Ono, Yoshiaki, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879...28H)

  150. NEW CONSTRAINTS ON EARLY-TYPE GALAXY ASSEMBLY FROM SPECTROSCOPIC METALLICITIES OF GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN M87
    Villaume, Alexa, Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879...45V)

  151. HALO7D II: THE HALO VELOCITY ELLIPSOID AND VELOCITY ANISOTROPY WITH DISTANT MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS
    Cunningham, Emily C., Deason, Alis J., Sanderson, Robyn E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879..120C)

  152. THE MASS OF THE WHITE DWARF COMPANION IN THE SELF-LENSING BINARY KOI-3278: EINSTEIN VERSUS NEWTON
    Yahalomi, Daniel A., Shvartzvald, Yossi, Agol, Eric, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880...33Y)

  153. A MODEL-INDEPENDENT CHARACTERISATION OF STRONG GRAVITATIONAL LENSING BY OBSERVABLES
    Wagner, Jenny
    2019, refereed (2019Univ....5..177W)

  154. IMPROVING ORBIT ESTIMATES FOR INCOMPLETE ORBITS WITH A NEW APPROACH TO PRIORS: WITH APPLICATIONS FROM BLACK HOLES TO PLANETS
    O'Neil, K. Kosmo, Martinez, G. D., Hees, A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158....4O)

  155. DISCOVERY OF HIGHLY BLUESHIFTED BROAD BALMER AND METASTABLE HELIUM ABSORPTION LINES IN A TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT
    Hung, T., Cenko, S. B., Roth, Nathaniel, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879..119H)

  156. THE MOLECULAR GAS RESERVOIRS OF Z ∼ 2 GALAXIES: A COMPARISON OF CO(1-0) AND DUST-BASED MOLECULAR GAS MASSES
    Kaasinen, M., Scoville, N., Walter, F., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880...15K)

  157. NEWLY DISCOVERED BRIGHT Z ∼ 9-10 GALAXIES AND IMPROVED CONSTRAINTS ON THEIR PREVALENCE USING THE FULL CANDELS AREA
    Bouwens, R. J., Stefanon, M., Oesch, P. A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880...25B)

  158. THE OSIRIS LENS-AMPLIFIED SURVEY (OLAS). I. DYNAMICAL EFFECTS OF STELLAR FEEDBACK IN LOW-MASS GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 2
    Hirtenstein, Jessie, Jones, Tucker, Wang, Xin, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...880...54H)

  159. GENERAL RELATIVISTIC ORBITAL DECAY IN A SEVEN-MINUTE-ORBITAL-PERIOD ECLIPSING BINARY SYSTEM
    Burdge, Kevin B., Coughlin, Michael W., Fuller, Jim, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Natur.571..528B)

  160. MULTI-FILAMENT GAS INFLOWS FUELLING YOUNG STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Martin, D. Christopher, O'Sullivan, Donal, Matuszewski, Mateusz, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019NatAs...3..822M)

  161. HARD-STATE ACCRETION DISK WINDS FROM BLACK HOLES: THE REVEALING CASE OF MAXI J1820+070
    Muñoz-Darias, T., Jiménez-Ibarra, F., Panizo-Espinar, G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879L...4M)

  162. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS. DETECTION OF A MINI-NEPTUNE AROUND LSPM J2116+0234 AND REFINEMENT OF ORBITAL PARAMETERS OF A SUPER-EARTH AROUND GJ 686 (BD+18 3421)
    Lalitha, S., Baroch, D., Morales, J. C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...627A.116L)

  163. CHEMICAL (IN)HOMOGENEITY AND ATOMIC DIFFUSION IN THE OPEN CLUSTER M 67
    Liu, F., Asplund, M., Yong, D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...627A.117L)

  164. [NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF GALAXIES DURING REIONIZATION: MEASURING C III] IN A GALAXY AT Z = 7.5](http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2019ApJ...879...70H)
    Hutchison, Taylor A., Papovich, Casey, Finkelstein, Steven L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...879...70H)

  165. THE INNER TWO DEGREES OF THE MILKY WAY. EVIDENCE OF A CHEMICAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE GALACTIC CENTER AND THE SURROUNDING INNER BULGE STELLAR POPULATIONS
    Schultheis, M., Rich, R. M., Origlia, L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...627A.152S)

  166. IO’S VOLCANIC ACTIVITY FROM TIME DOMAIN ADAPTIVE OPTICS OBSERVATIONS: 2013-2018
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke, Molter, Edward M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....158...29D)

  167. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE OUTER HALO GLOBULAR CLUSTER PALOMAR 15
    Koch, Andreas, Xu, Siyi, Rich, R. Michael
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...627A..70K)

  168. A SEARCH FOR GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED QUASARS AND QUASAR PAIRS IN PAN-STARRS1: SPECTROSCOPY AND SOURCES OF SHEAR IN THE DIAMOND 2M1134-2103
    Rusu, Cristian E., Berghea, Ciprian T., Fassnacht, Christopher D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.4987R)

  169. TINY GRAINS SHINING BRIGHT IN THE GAPS OF HERBIG AE TRANSITIONAL DISCS
    Birchall, Eloise K., Ireland, Michael J., Federrath, Christoph, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.3721B)

  170. ZTF18AALRXAS: A TYPE IIB SUPERNOVA FROM A VERY EXTENDED LOW-MASS PROGENITOR
    Fremling, C., Ko, H., Dugas, A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878L...5F)

  171. TEXAS SPECTROSCOPIC SEARCH FOR LYΑ EMISSION AT THE END OF REIONIZATION. II. THE DEEPEST NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATION AT Z ≳ 7
    Jung, Intae, Finkelstein, Steven L., Dickinson, Mark, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...877..146J)

  172. ACRONYM. III. RADIAL VELOCITIES FOR 336 CANDIDATE YOUNG LOW-MASS STARS IN THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD, INCLUDING 77 NEWLY CONFIRMED YOUNG MOVING GROUP MEMBERS
    Schneider, Adam C., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., Allers, Katelyn N., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..234S)

  173. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF THE BINARY NATURE OF THE HYBRID PULSATOR KIC 5709664 FOUND WITH THE FREQUENCY MODULATION METHOD
    Derekas, A., Murphy, S. J., Dálya, G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.2129D)

  174. THE DYNAMICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN HIZELS STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z = 0.8-3.3
    Gillman, S., Swinbank, A. M., Tiley, A. L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486..175G)

  175. A HIGH BINARY FRACTION FOR THE MOST MASSIVE CLOSE-IN GIANT PLANETS AND BROWN DWARF DESERT MEMBERS
    Fontanive, C., Rice, K., Bonavita, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.485.4967F)

  176. A COMPARISON OF THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MAIN-SEQUENCE AND GIANT STARS IN THE OPEN CLUSTER NCC 752
    Lum, Michael G., Boesgaard, Ann Merchant
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...99L)

  177. THE LYMAN CONTINUUM ESCAPE SURVEY: IONIZING RADIATION FROM [O III]-STRONG SOURCES AT A REDSHIFT OF 3.1
    Fletcher, Thomas J., Tang, Mengtao, Robertson, Brant E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...87F)

  178. KINEMATICS OF CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS: FEEDING GALAXIES AND FEEDBACK
    Martin, Crystal L., Ho, Stephanie H., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...84M)

  179. UNCOVERING RED AND DUSTY ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCES WITH SPITZER
    Lau, Ryan M., Heida, Marianne, Walton, Dominic J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...71L)

  180. DISCOVERY OF A WHITE DWARF COMPANION TO HD 159062
    Hirsch, Lea A., Ciardi, David R., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...50H)

  181. THE EFFECT OF BINARITY ON CIRCUMSTELLAR DISK EVOLUTION
    Barenfeld, Scott A., Carpenter, John M., Sargent, Anneila I., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...45B)

  182. CONSTRAINING THE NEUTRAL FRACTION OF HYDROGEN IN THE IGM AT REDSHIFT 7.5
    Hoag, A., Bradač, M., Huang, K., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...12H)

  183. A HOT SATURN ORBITING AN OSCILLATING LATE SUBGIANT DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Huber, Daniel, Chaplin, William J., Chontos, Ashley, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..245H)

  184. STRONGER CONSTRAINTS ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE M BH-{\SIGMA }_{* } RELATION UP TO Z ∼ 0.6
    Sexton, Remington O., Canalizo, Gabriela, Hiner, Kyle D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878..101S)

  185. THE COMPLETE CALIBRATION OF THE COLOR-REDSHIFT RELATION (C3R2) SURVEY: ANALYSIS AND DATA RELEASE 2
    Masters, Daniel C., Stern, Daniel K., Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...877...81M)

  186. A NEW CLASS OF LARGE-AMPLITUDE RADIAL-MODE HOT SUBDWARF PULSATORS
    Kupfer, Thomas, Bauer, Evan B., Burdge, Kevin B., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878L..35K)

  187. SPATIALLY RESOLVED STELLAR POPULATIONS AND KINEMATICS WITH KCWI: PROBING THE ASSEMBLY HISTORY OF THE MASSIVE EARLY-TYPE GALAXY NGC 1407
    Ferré-Mateu, Anna, Forbes, Duncan A., McDermid, Richard M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878..129F)

  188. PROBING IGM ACCRETION ON TO FAINT LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z ∼ 2.8
    Zahedy, Fakhri S., Rauch, Michael, Chen, Hsiao-Wen, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.1392Z)

  189. FIRST COSMOLOGICAL RESULTS USING TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY: MEASUREMENT OF THE HUBBLE CONSTANT
    Macaulay, E., Nichol, R. C., Bacon, D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.486.2184M)

  190. A DECADE OF EJECTA DUST FORMATION IN THE TYPE IIN SN 2005IP
    Bevan, A., Wesson, R., Barlow, M. J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.485.5192B)

  191. SHALLOW ULTRAVIOLET TRANSITS OF WD 1145+017
    Xu, Siyi, Hallakoun, Na'ama, Gary, Bruce, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..255X)

  192. RADIAL VELOCITIES, SPACE MOTIONS, AND NEARBY YOUNG MOVING GROUP MEMBERSHIPS OF ELEVEN CANDIDATE YOUNG BROWN DWARFS
    Riedel, Adric R., DiTomasso, Victoria, Rice, Emily L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..247R)

  193. ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF Z ˜ 1.5 GALAXIES AND THEIR LOCAL ANALOGUES WITH ADAPTIVE OPTICS
    Sweet, Sarah M., Fisher, Deanne B., Savorgnan, Giulia, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.485.5700S)

  194. KECK HIRES SPECTROSCOPY OF SKYMAPPER COMMISSIONING SURVEY CANDIDATE EXTREMELY METAL-POOR STARS
    Marino, A. F., Da Costa, G. S., Casey, A. R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.485.5153M)

  195. THE MASSIVE AND DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY. VI. STELLAR MASS FRACTIONS OF A SAMPLE OF HIGH-REDSHIFT INFRARED-SELECTED CLUSTERS
    Decker, Bandon, Brodwin, Mark, Abdulla, Zubair, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...878...72D)

  196. DATA-DRIVEN SPECTROSCOPY OF COOL STARS AT HIGH SPECTRAL RESOLUTION
    Behmard, Aida, Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876...68B)

  197. REVISITING THE HIP 41378 SYSTEM WITH K2 AND SPITZER
    Berardo, David, Crossfield, Ian J. M., Werner, Michael, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..185B)

  198. NO CLEAR, DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR MULTIPLE PROTOPLANETS ORBITING LKCA 15: LKCA 15 BCD ARE LIKELY INNER DISK SIGNALS
    Currie, Thayne, Marois, Christian, Cieza, Lucas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...877L...3C)

  199. A NOVEL STATISTICAL METHOD FOR MEASURING THE TEMPERATURE-DENSITY RELATION IN THE IGM USING THE B - N H I DISTRIBUTION OF ABSORBERS IN THE LYΑ FOREST
    Hiss, Hector, Walther, Michael, Oñorbe, Jose, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876...71H)

  200. THE TYPE II-P SUPERNOVA 2017EAW: FROM EXPLOSION TO THE NEBULAR PHASE
    Szalai, Tamás, Vinkó, József, Könyves-Tóth, Réka, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876...19S)

  201. SDSS-IV EBOSS SPECTROSCOPY OF X-RAY AND WISE AGNS IN STRIPE 82X: OVERVIEW OF THE DEMOGRAPHICS OF X-RAY- AND MID-INFRARED-SELECTED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI
    LaMassa, Stephanie M., Georgakakis, Antonis, Vivek, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876...50L)

  202. HALO7D I. THE LINE-OF-SIGHT VELOCITIES OF DISTANT MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS IN THE MILKY WAY HALO
    Cunningham, Emily C., Deason, Alis J., Rockosi, Constance M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...876..124C)

  203. THE CURIOUS CASE OF KOI 4: CONFIRMING KEPLER’S FIRST EXOPLANET DETECTION
    Chontos, Ashley, Huber, Daniel, Latham, David W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..192C)

  204. HIGH-PRECISION ANALYSIS OF BINARY STARS WITH PLANETS. I. SEARCHING FOR CONDENSATION TEMPERATURE TRENDS IN THE HD 106515 SYSTEM
    Saffe, C., Jofré, E., Miquelarena, P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...625A..39S)

  205. MULTIWAVELENGTH ANALYSIS OF THE MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER A115
    Kim, Mincheol, Jee, M. James, Finner, Kyle, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874..143K)

  206. THE SHAPE OF (7) IRIS AS EVIDENCE OF AN ANCIENT LARGE IMPACT?
    Hanuš, J., Marsset, M., Vernazza, P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...624A.121H)

  207. FIRST RELEASE OF HIGH-REDSHIFT SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE SUBARU HIGH-Z SUPERNOVA CAMPAIGN (SHIZUCA). I. PHOTOMETRIC PROPERTIES
    Moriya, Takashi J., Tanaka, Masaomi, Yasuda, Naoki, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..241...16M)

  208. THE TYPE II-PLATEAU SUPERNOVA 2017EAW IN NGC 6946 AND ITS RED SUPERGIANT PROGENITOR
    Van Dyk, Schuyler D., Zheng, WeiKang, Maund, Justyn R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...875..136V)

  209. STUDYING THE EVOLUTION OF WARM DUST ENCIRCLING BD +20 307 USING SOFIA
    Thompson, Maggie A., Weinberger, Alycia J., Keller, Luke D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...875...45T)

  210. FIRST RELEASE OF HIGH-REDSHIFT SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE SUBARU HIGH-Z SUPERNOVA CAMPAIGN (SHIZUCA). II. SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES
    Curtin, Chris, Cooke, Jeff, Moriya, Takashi J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..241...17C)

  211. OBSERVATIONS OF THE ULTRAVIOLET-BRIGHT STAR BARNARD 29 IN THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER M13 (NGC 6205)
    Dixon, William V., Chayer, Pierre, Reid, I. N., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..147D)

  212. DISCOVERY OF A LYΑ-EMITTING DARK CLOUD WITHIN THE Z ∼ 2.8 SMM J02399-0136 SYSTEM
    Li, Qiong, Cai, Zheng, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...875..130L)

  213. KEPLER-411: A FOUR-PLANET SYSTEM WITH AN ACTIVE HOST STAR
    Sun, L., Ioannidis, P., Gu, S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...624A..15S)

  214. LONG-PERIOD GIANT COMPANIONS TO THREE COMPACT, MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Mills, Sean M., Howard, Andrew W., Weiss, Lauren M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..145M)

  215. A SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY SAMPLE. I. STELLAR PARAMETERS, PLANETARY RADII, AND A SLOPE IN THE RADIUS GAP
    Martinez, Cintia F., Cunha, Katia, Ghezzi, Luan, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...875...29M)

  216. RETIRED A STARS AND THEIR COMPANIONS. VIII. 15 NEW PLANETARY SIGNALS AROUND SUBGIANTS AND TRANSIT PARAMETERS FOR CALIFORNIA PLANET SEARCH PLANETS WITH SUBGIANT HOSTS
    Luhn, Jacob K., Bastien, Fabienne A., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..149L)

  217. C/2010 U3 (BOATTINI): A BIZARRE COMET ACTIVE AT RECORD HELIOCENTRIC DISTANCE
    Hui, Man-To, Farnocchia, Davide, Micheli, Marco
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..162H)

  218. FIRST COSMOLOGY RESULTS USING SNE IA FROM THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY: ANALYSIS, SYSTEMATIC UNCERTAINTIES, AND VALIDATION
    Brout, D., Scolnic, D., Kessler, R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874..150B)

  219. BE AND O IN THE ULTRA METAL-POOR DWARF 2MASS J18082002-5104378: THE BE-O CORRELATION
    Spite, M., Bonifacio, P., Spite, F., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...624A..44S)

  220. STILL MISSING DARK MATTER: KCWI HIGH-RESOLUTION STELLAR KINEMATICS OF NGC1052-DF2
    Danieli, Shany, van Dokkum, Pieter, Conroy, Charlie, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874L..12D)

  221. OBSERVATIONS OF THE CHEMICAL AND THERMAL RESPONSE OF 'RING RAIN' ON SATURN'S IONOSPHERE
    O'Donoghue, James, Moore, Luke, Connerney, Jack, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Icar..322..251O)

  222. CHARACTERIZING CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS AROUND MASSIVE ELLIPTICALS AT Z ∼ 0.4 - II. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES
    Zahedy, Fakhri S., Chen, Hsiao-Wen, Johnson, Sean D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.2257Z)

  223. CONDITIONAL QUENCHING: A DETAILED LOOK AT THE SFR-DENSITY RELATION AT Z ∼ 0.9 FROM ORELSE
    Tomczak, Adam R., Lemaux, Brian C., Lubin, Lori M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.4695T)

  224. POSSIBLE EVIDENCE OF THE RADIO AGN QUENCHING OF NEIGHBOURING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 1
    Shen, Lu, Tomczak, Adam R., Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.2433S)

  225. H0LICOW - IX. COSMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE DOUBLY IMAGED QUASAR SDSS 1206+4332 AND A NEW MEASUREMENT OF THE HUBBLE CONSTANT
    Birrer, S., Treu, T., Rusu, C. E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.4726B)

  226. DETAILED MULTIWAVELENGTH MODELLING OF THE DARK GRB 140713A AND ITS HOST GALAXY
    Higgins, A. B., van der Horst, A. J., Starling, R. L. C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.5245H)

  227. EXTREME CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE RATIO SUGGESTING AN EXOTIC ORIGIN FOR AN ULTRADIFFUSE GALAXY
    Martín-Navarro, Ignacio, Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.3425M)

  228. BRIGHT OPPORTUNITIES FOR ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF SMALL PLANETS: MASSES AND RADII OF K2-3 B, C, AND D AND GJ3470 B FROM RADIAL VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS AND SPITZER TRANSITS
    Kosiarek, Molly R., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin K., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...97K)

  229. THE LITTLE DIPPERS: TRANSITS OF STAR-GRAZING EXOCOMETS?
    Ansdell, M., Gaidos, E., Jacobs, T. L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.3579A)

  230. SUPERNOVA 2017EAW: MOLECULE AND DUST FORMATION FROM INFRARED OBSERVATIONS
    Tinyanont, Samaporn, Kasliwal, Mansi M., Krafton, Kelsie, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873..127T)

  231. STELLAR PROPER MOTIONS IN THE ORION NEBULA CLUSTER
    Kim, Dongwon, Lu, Jessica R., Konopacky, Quinn, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..109K)

  232. PTF14JG: THE REMARKABLE OUTBURST AND POST-BURST EVOLUTION OF A PREVIOUSLY ANONYMOUS GALACTIC STAR
    Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Miller, Adam A., Carpenter, John M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874...82H)

  233. THE BROAD ABSORPTION LINE TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT IPTF15AF: OPTICAL AND ULTRAVIOLET EVOLUTION
    Blagorodnova, N., Cenko, S. B., Kulkarni, S. R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873...92B)

  234. A SECOND GALAXY MISSING DARK MATTER IN THE NGC 1052 GROUP
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Danieli, Shany, Abraham, Roberto, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874L...5V)

  235. THE GALACTIC CENTER: AN IMPROVED ASTROMETRIC REFERENCE FRAME FOR STELLAR ORBITS AROUND THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Sakai, Shoko, Lu, Jessica R., Ghez, Andrea, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873...65S)

  236. THE DISCUS COMET: C/2014 B1 (SCHWARTZ)
    Jewitt, David, Kim, Yoonyoung, Luu, Jane, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..103J)

  237. ZTF 18AAQEASU (SN2018BYG): A MASSIVE HELIUM-SHELL DOUBLE DETONATION ON A SUB-CHANDRASEKHAR-MASS WHITE DWARF
    De, Kishalay, Kasliwal, Mansi M., Polin, Abigail, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873L..18D)

  238. MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT 1.5 < Z < 2.5. II. STAR FORMATION HISTORIES AND GALAXY QUENCHING
    Belli, Sirio, Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874...17B)

  239. HOMOGENEOUS INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF CM-LIKE ASTEROID (41) DAPHNE
    Carry, B., Vachier, F., Berthier, J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...623A.132C)

  240. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: NO SIGNIFICANT ENHANCEMENT IN STAR FORMATION OR DEFICIT IN METALLICITY IN MERGING GALAXY PAIRS AT 1.5 ≲ Z ≲ 3.5
    Wilson, Tim J., Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874...18W)

  241. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: BROAD EMISSION LINES AT Z = 1.4-3.8
    Freeman, William R., Siana, Brian, Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873..102F)

  242. FIGURING OUT GAS & GALAXIES IN ENZO (FOGGIE). I. RESOLVING SIMULATED CIRCUMGALACTIC ABSORPTION AT 2 ≤ Z ≤ 2.5
    Peeples, Molly S., Corlies, Lauren, Tumlinson, Jason, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873..129P)

  243. THE GALACTIC CENTER: IMPROVED RELATIVE ASTROMETRY FOR VELOCITIES, ACCELERATIONS, AND ORBITS NEAR THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Jia, Siyao, Lu, Jessica R., Sakai, S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...873....9J)

  244. THE FRACTION OF IONIZING RADIATION FROM MASSIVE STARS THAT ESCAPES TO THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Tanvir, N. R., Fynbo, J. P. U., de Ugarte Postigo, A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.5380T)

  245. THE FAST, LUMINOUS ULTRAVIOLET TRANSIENT AT2018COW: EXTREME SUPERNOVA, OR DISRUPTION OF A STAR BY AN INTERMEDIATE-MASS BLACK HOLE?
    Perley, Daniel A., Mazzali, Paolo A., Yan, Lin, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.484.1031P)

  246. ANALYSIS OF NEPTUNE'S 2017 BRIGHT EQUATORIAL STORM
    Molter, Edward, de Pater, Imke, Luszcz-Cook, Statia, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Icar..321..324M)

  247. RAPID “TURN-ON” OF TYPE-1 AGN IN A QUIESCENT EARLY-TYPE GALAXY SDSS1115+0544
    Yan, Lin, Wang, Tinggui, Jiang, Ning, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...874...44Y)

  248. SPITZER TRANSIT FOLLOW-UP OF PLANET CANDIDATES FROM THE K2 MISSION
    Livingston, John H., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Werner, Michael W., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..102L)

  249. K2-291B: A ROCKY SUPER-EARTH IN A 2.2 DAY ORBIT
    Kosiarek, Molly R., Blunt, Sarah, López-Morales, Mercedes, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..116K)

  250. REFERENCE STAR DIFFERENTIAL IMAGING OF CLOSE-IN COMPANIONS AND CIRCUMSTELLAR DISKS WITH THE NIRC2 VORTEX CORONAGRAPH AT THE W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY
    Ruane, Garreth, Ngo, Henry, Mawet, Dimitri, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157..118R)

  251. MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF THE EUV VARIABLE METAL-RICH WHITE DWARF GD 394
    Wilson, David J., Gänsicke, Boris T., Koester, Detlev, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.2941W)

  252. TWO JOVIAN PLANETS AROUND THE GIANT STAR HD 202696: A GROWING POPULATION OF PACKED MASSIVE PLANETARY PAIRS AROUND MASSIVE STARS?
    Trifonov, Trifon, Stock, Stephan, Henning, Thomas, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...93T)

  253. ON THE LACK OF CORRELATION BETWEEN [O III]/[O II] AND LYMAN CONTINUUM ESCAPE FRACTION
    Bassett, R., Ryan-Weber, E. V., Cooke, J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.5223B)

  254. IMPROVED NI II OSCILLATOR STRENGTHS FROM QUASAR ABSORPTION SYSTEMS
    Boissé, P., Bergeron, J.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622A.140B)

  255. HADES RV PROGRAM WITH HARPS-N AT THE TNG. IX. A SUPER-EARTH AROUND THE M DWARF GL 686
    Affer, L., Damasso, M., Micela, G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622A.193A)

  256. SUPERNOVA PTF 12GLZ: A POSSIBLE SHOCK BREAKOUT DRIVEN THROUGH AN ASPHERICAL WIND
    Soumagnac, Maayane T., Ofek, Eran O., Gal-yam, Avishay, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872..141S)

  257. NO STRIPPED COMPANION MATERIAL IN THE NEBULAR SPECTRUM OF THE “TWO-COMPONENT” TYPE IA SUPERNOVA ASASSN-18BT
    Tucker, M. A., Shappee, B. J., Wisniewski, J. P.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872L..22T)

  258. PHOTODYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TRIPLY ECLIPSING HIERARCHICAL TRIPLE SYSTEM EPIC 249432662
    Borkovits, T., Rappaport, S., Kaye, T., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.1934B)

  259. ISOCHRONAL AGE-MASS DISCREPANCY OF YOUNG STARS: SCEXAO/CHARIS INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY OF THE HIP 79124 TRIPLE SYSTEM
    Asensio-Torres, Ruben, Currie, Thayne, Janson, Markus, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622A..42A)

  260. REVEALING REIONIZATION WITH THE THERMAL HISTORY OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM: NEW CONSTRAINTS FROM THE LYΑ FLUX POWER SPECTRUM
    Boera, Elisa, Becker, George D., Bolton, James S., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872..101B)

  261. AGE DETERMINATION IN UPPER SCORPIUS WITH ECLIPSING BINARIES
    David, Trevor J., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Gillen, Edward, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872..161D)

  262. FIRST COSMOLOGY RESULTS USING TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY: CONSTRAINTS ON COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
    Abbott, T. M. C., Allam, S., Andersen, P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872L..30A)

  263. THE COS CGM COMPENDIUM. II. METALLICITIES OF THE PARTIAL AND LYMAN LIMIT SYSTEMS AT Z ≲ 1
    Wotta, Christopher B., Lehner, Nicolas, Howk, J. Christopher, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872...81W)

  264. HD 202772A B: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER AROUND A BRIGHT, MILDLY EVOLVED STAR IN A VISUAL BINARY DISCOVERED BY TESS
    Wang, Songhu, Jones, Matias, Shporer, Avi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...51W)

  265. NEUTRAL-GAS-PHASE METAL ABUNDANCES IN ZN II-SELECTED QUASAR ABSORPTION LINE SYSTEMS NEAR REDSHIFT Z = 1.2
    Monier, Eric M., Turnshek, David A., Rao, Sandhya M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.1168M)

  266. MERGING CLUSTER COLLABORATION: OPTICAL AND SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF A RADIO-SELECTED SAMPLE OF 29 MERGING GALAXY CLUSTERS
    Golovich, N., Dawson, W. A., Wittman, D. M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...39G)

  267. A 3 GYR WHITE DWARF WITH WARM DUST DISCOVERED VIA THE BACKYARD WORLDS: PLANET 9 CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECT
    Debes, John H., Thévenot, Melina, Kuchner, Marc J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872L..25D)

  268. THE ROLE OF GALAXIES AND AGNS IN REIONIZING THE IGM - II. METAL-TRACING THE FAINT SOURCES OF REIONIZATION AT 5 ≲ Z ≲ 6
    Meyer, Romain A., Bosman, Sarah E. I., Kakiichi, Koki, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483...19M)

  269. DETECTING THE SIGNATURES OF HELIUM IN TYPE IAX SUPERNOVAE
    Magee, M. R., Sim, S. A., Kotak, R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622A.102M)

  270. THE NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET CONTINUUM RADIATION IN THE IMPULSIVE PHASE OF HF/GF-TYPE DME FLARES. I. DATA
    Kowalski, Adam F., Wisniewski, John P., Hawley, Suzanne L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871..167K)

  271. PRELIMINARY TRIGONOMETRIC PARALLAXES OF 184 LATE-T AND Y DWARFS AND AN ANALYSIS OF THE FIELD SUBSTELLAR MASS FUNCTION INTO THE “PLANETARY” MASS REGIME
    Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Martin, Emily C., Smart, Richard L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...19K)

  272. THE MASSIVE AND DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY. I. SURVEY OVERVIEW AND A CATALOG OF >2000 GALAXY CLUSTERS AT Z ≃ 1
    Gonzalez, Anthony H., Gettings, Daniel P., Brodwin, Mark, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...33G)

  273. SPECTROSCOPIC REDSHIFT OF THE GAMMA-RAY BLAZAR B2 1215+30 FROM LYΑ EMISSION
    Furniss, A., Worseck, G., Fumagalli, M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...41F)

  274. K2-288BB: A SMALL TEMPERATE PLANET IN A LOW-MASS BINARY SYSTEM DISCOVERED BY CITIZEN SCIENTISTS
    Feinstein, Adina D., Schlieder, Joshua E., Livingston, John H., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...40F)

  275. AN EXCESS OF JUPITER ANALOGS IN SUPER-EARTH SYSTEMS
    Bryan, Marta L., Knutson, Heather A., Lee, Eve J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...52B)

  276. MEAN PROPER MOTIONS, SPACE ORBITS, AND VELOCITY DISPERSION PROFILES OF GALACTIC GLOBULAR CLUSTERS DERIVED FROM GAIA DR2 DATA
    Baumgardt, H., Hilker, M., Sollima, A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.482.5138B)

  277. FOUR GRB SUPERNOVAE AT REDSHIFTS BETWEEN 0.4 AND 0.8. THE BURSTS GRB 071112C, 111228A, 120714B, AND 130831A
    Klose, S., Schmidl, S., Kann, D. A., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...622A.138K)

  278. AN EMBEDDED X-RAY SOURCE SHINES THROUGH THE ASPHERICAL AT 2018COW: REVEALING THE INNER WORKINGS OF THE MOST LUMINOUS FAST-EVOLVING OPTICAL TRANSIENTS
    Margutti, R., Metzger, B. D., Chornock, R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872...18M)

  279. DRIVING THE BEAT: TIME-RESOLVED SPECTRA OF THE WHITE DWARF PULSAR AR SCORPII
    Garnavich, Peter, Littlefield, Colin, Kafka, Stella, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...872...67G)

  280. ORBITAL MOTION OF THE WIDE PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION GSC 6214-210 B: NO EVIDENCE FOR DYNAMICAL SCATTERING
    Pearce, Logan A., Kraus, Adam L., Dupuy, Trent J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...71P)

  281. EXPLORING THE ORIGINS OF A NEW, APPARENTLY METAL-FREE GAS CLOUD AT Z = 4.4
    Robert, P. Frédéric, Murphy, Michael T., O'Meara, John M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.483.2736R)

  282. KECK OSIRIS AO LIRG ANALYSIS (KOALA): FEEDBACK IN THE NUCLEI OF LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES
    U, Vivian, Medling, Anne M., Inami, Hanae, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871..166U)

  283. DUST ATTENUATION, STAR FORMATION, AND METALLICITY IN Z ∼ 2-3 GALAXIES FROM KBSS-MOSFIRE
    Theios, Rachel L., Steidel, Charles C., Strom, Allison L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871..128T)

  284. THE LUMINOUS LATE-TIME EMISSION OF THE TYPE-IC SUPERNOVA IPTF15DTG - EVIDENCE FOR POWERING FROM A MAGNETAR?
    Taddia, F., Sollerman, J., Fremling, C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...621A..64T)

  285. THE DISCOVERY OF A GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED QUASAR AT Z = 6.51
    Fan, Xiaohui, Wang, Feige, Yang, Jinyi, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870L..11F)

  286. A NEW CLASS OF FLARES FROM ACCRETING SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES
    Trakhtenbrot, Benny, Arcavi, Iair, Ricci, Claudio, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019NatAs...3..242T)

  287. ANALYSIS OF BROAD-LINED TYPE IC SUPERNOVAE FROM THE (INTERMEDIATE) PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Taddia, F., Sollerman, J., Fremling, C., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...621A..71T)

  288. SEARCHING FOR EXOPLANETS USING A MICRORESONATOR ASTROCOMB
    Suh, Myoung-Gyun, Yi, Xu, Lai, Yu-Hung, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019NaPho..13...25S)

  289. LATE-TIME OBSERVATIONS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY TYPE II SUPERNOVA IPTF14HLS
    Sollerman, J., Taddia, F., Arcavi, I., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...621A..30S)

  290. THE BERKELEY SAMPLE OF STRIPPED-ENVELOPE SUPERNOVAE
    Shivvers, Isaac, Filippenko, Alexei V., Silverman, Jeffrey M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.482.1545S)

  291. HOW TO CONSTRAIN YOUR M DWARF. II. THE MASS-LUMINOSITY-METALLICITY RELATION FROM 0.075 TO 0.70 SOLAR MASSES
    Mann, Andrew W., Dupuy, Trent, Kraus, Adam L., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871...63M)

  292. KELT-22AB: A MASSIVE, SHORT-PERIOD HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A NEAR-SOLAR TWIN
    Labadie-Bartz, Jonathan, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Stassun, Keivan G., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJS..240...13L)

  293. THE RELATION BETWEEN GALAXY ISM AND CIRCUMGALACTIC O VI GAS KINEMATICS DERIVED FROM OBSERVATIONS AND ΛCDM SIMULATIONS
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Vander Vliet, Jacob R., Nielsen, Nikole M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870..137K)

  294. THE UNUSUAL INITIAL MASS FUNCTION OF THE ARCHES CLUSTER
    Hosek, Matthew W., Jr., Lu, Jessica R., Anderson, Jay, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870...44H)

  295. DELAYED CIRCUMSTELLAR INTERACTION FOR TYPE IA SN 2015CP REVEALED BY AN HST ULTRAVIOLET IMAGING SURVEY
    Graham, M. L., Harris, C. E., Nugent, P. E., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871...62G)

  296. TESTING FEEDBACK-REGULATED STAR FORMATION IN GAS-RICH, TURBULENT DISK GALAXIES
    Fisher, D. B., Bolatto, A. D., White, H., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870...46F)

  297. KINEMATIC LINKS AND THE COEVOLUTION OF MHD WINDS, JETS, AND INNER DISKS FROM A HIGH-RESOLUTION OPTICAL [O I] SURVEY
    Banzatti, Andrea, Pascucci, Ilaria, Edwards, Suzan, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870...76B)

  298. EMISSION FROM VOLCANIC SO GAS ON IO AT HIGH SPECTRAL RESOLUTION
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke, Ádámkovics, Máté
    2019, refereed (2019Icar..317..104D)

  299. NEBULAR SPECTROSCOPY OF KEPLER’S BRIGHTEST SUPERNOVA
    Dimitriadis, G., Rojas-Bravo, C., Kilpatrick, C. D., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870L..14D)

  300. DEEP EXPLORATION OF Ɛ ERIDANI WITH KECK MS-BAND VORTEX CORONAGRAPHY AND RADIAL VELOCITIES: MASS AND ORBITAL PARAMETERS OF THE GIANT EXOPLANET
    Mawet, Dimitri, Hirsch, Lea, Lee, Eve J., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019AJ....157...33M)

  301. IMAGING THE DISC RIM AND A MOVING CLOSE-IN COMPANION CANDIDATE IN THE PRE-TRANSITIONAL DISC OF V1247 ORIONIS
    Willson, Matthew, Kraus, Stefan, Kluska, Jacques, et al.
    2019, refereed (2019A&A...621A...7W)

  302. AN ADAPTIVE OPTICS SURVEY OF STELLAR VARIABILITY AT THE GALACTIC CENTER
    Gautam, Abhimat Krishna, Do, Tuan, Ghez, Andrea M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...871..103G)

  303. NUSTAR AND KECK OBSERVATIONS OF HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASARS SELECTED BY WISE
    Yan, Wei, Hickox, Ryan C., Hainline, Kevin N., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019ApJ...870...33Y)

  304. SEARCHING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON GALAXY KINEMATICS IN GROUPS AND CLUSTERS AT Z ˜ 1 FROM THE ORELSE SURVEY
    Pelliccia, Debora, Lemaux, Brian C., Tomczak, Adam R., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.482.3514P)

  305. QUIESCENT NIR AND OPTICAL COUNTERPARTS TO CANDIDATE BLACK HOLE X-RAY BINARIES
    López, K. M., Jonker, P. G., Torres, M. A. P., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019MNRAS.482.2149L)

  306. THE METHANE DISTRIBUTION AND POLAR BRIGHTENING ON URANUS BASED ON HST/STIS, KECK/NIRC2, AND IRTF/SPEX OBSERVATIONS THROUGH 2015
    Sromovsky, L. A., Karkoschka, E., Fry, P. M., et al.
    2019, refereed (2019Icar..317..266S)

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2018

  1. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. VII. PRECISE PLANET RADII LEVERAGING GAIA DR2 REVEAL THE STELLAR MASS DEPENDENCE OF THE PLANET RADIUS GAP
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Petigura, Erik A.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..264F)

  2. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: SIGNIFICANT EVOLUTION IN THE REST-FRAME OPTICAL EMISSION LINE EQUIVALENT WIDTHS OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z = 1.4-3.8
    Reddy, Naveen A., Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869...92R)

  3. THE [C II] EMISSION AS A MOLECULAR GAS MASS TRACER IN GALAXIES AT LOW AND HIGH REDSHIFTS
    Zanella, A., Daddi, E., Magdis, G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.1976Z)

  4. CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS OF NUSTAR SERENDIPITOUS SOURCES NEAR THE GALACTIC PLANE
    Tomsick, John A., Lansbury, George B., Rahoui, Farid, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869..171T)

  5. THE LUMINOUS HOST GALAXY, FAINT SUPERNOVA AND RAPID AFTERGLOW REBRIGHTENING OF GRB 100418A
    de Ugarte Postigo, A., Thöne, C. C., Bensch, K., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...620A.190D)

  6. THE LEECH EXOPLANET IMAGING SURVEY: LIMITS ON PLANET OCCURRENCE RATES UNDER CONSERVATIVE ASSUMPTIONS
    Stone, Jordan M., Skemer, Andrew J., Hinz, Philip M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..286S)

  7. NEUTRON STAR MERGERS ARE THE DOMINANT SOURCE OF THE R-PROCESS IN THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF DWARF GALAXIES
    Duggan, Gina E., Kirby, Evan N., Andrievsky, Serge M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869...50D)

  8. MAGIICAT VI. THE MG II INTRAGROUP MEDIUM IS KINEMATICALLY COMPLEX
    Nielsen, Nikole M., Kacprzak, Glenn G., Pointon, Stephanie K., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869..153N)

  9. METHANE IN ANALOGS OF YOUNG DIRECTLY IMAGED EXOPLANETS
    Miles, Brittany E., Skemer, Andrew J., Barman, Travis S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869...18M)

  10. GAIA 17BPI: AN FU ORI-TYPE OUTBURST
    Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Contreras Peña, Carlos, Morrell, Sam, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869..146H)

  11. EVIDENCE OF A FLAT OUTER ROTATION CURVE IN A STAR-BURSTING DISK GALAXY AT Z = 1.6
    Drew, Patrick M., Casey, Caitlin M., Burnham, Anne D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869...58D)

  12. THE KECK LYMAN CONTINUUM SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY (KLCS): THE EMERGENT IONIZING SPECTRUM OF GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 3
    Steidel, Charles C., Bogosavljević, Milan, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869..123S)

  13. A TALE OF “TWO” COMETS: THE PRIMARY VOLATILE COMPOSITION OF COMET 2P/ENCKE ACROSS APPARITIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR COMETARY SCIENCE
    Roth, Nathan X., Gibb, Erika L., Bonev, Boncho P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..251R)

  14. COMET C/2013 V5 (OUKAIMEDEN): EVIDENCE FOR DEPLETED ORGANIC VOLATILES AND COMPOSITIONAL HETEROGENEITY AS REVEALED THROUGH INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    DiSanti, Michael A., Bonev, Boncho P., Gibb, Erika L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..258D)

  15. GALAXIES PROBING GALAXIES IN PRIMUS. II. THE COHERENCE SCALE OF THE COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Rubin, Kate H. R., Diamond-Stanic, Aleksandar M., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868..142R)

  16. EPIC 246851721 B: A TROPICAL JUPITER TRANSITING A RAPIDLY ROTATING STAR IN A WELL-ALIGNED ORBIT
    Yu, Liang, Zhou, George, Rodriguez, Joseph E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..250Y)

  17. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. VI. KEPLER MULTIS AND SINGLES HAVE SIMILAR PLANET AND STELLAR PROPERTIES INDICATING A COMMON ORIGIN
    Weiss, Lauren M., Isaacson, Howard T., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..254W)

  18. WFIRST EXOPLANET MASS-MEASUREMENT METHOD FINDS A PLANETARY MASS OF 39 ± 8 M FOR OGLE-2012-BLG-0950LB
    Bhattacharya, A., Beaulieu, J. -P., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..289B)

  19. SCEXAO/CHARIS NEAR-INFRARED DIRECT IMAGING, SPECTROSCOPY, AND FORWARD-MODELING OF Κ AND B: A LIKELY YOUNG, LOW-GRAVITY SUPERJOVIAN COMPANION
    Currie, Thayne, Brandt, Timothy D., Uyama, Taichi, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..291C)

  20. MEASURING THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS IN HIGH-REDSHIFT STAR-FORMING GALAXIES: INSIGHTS FROM KBSS-MOSFIRE
    Strom, Allison L., Steidel, Charles C., Rudie, Gwen C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868..117S)

  21. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING ADOLESCENT SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANET WITH K2
    David, Trevor J., Mamajek, Eric E., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..302D)

  22. SIXTY VALIDATED PLANETS FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 5-8
    Livingston, John H., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..277L)

  23. SIZE-LUMINOSITY SCALING RELATIONS OF LOCAL AND DISTANT STAR-FORMING REGIONS
    Cosens, Maren, Wright, Shelley A., Mieda, Etsuko, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...869...11C)

  24. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF A Z ∼ 2 LENSED GALAXY USING ADAPTIVE COADDED SOURCE-PLANE RECONSTRUCTION
    Sharma, Soniya, Richard, Johan, Yuan, Tiantian, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.1427S)

  25. MULTICOMPONENT H2 IN DLA AT ZABS = 2.05: PHYSICAL CONDITIONS THROUGH OBSERVATIONS AND NUMERICAL MODELS
    Rawlins, Katherine, Srianand, Raghunathan, Shaw, Gargi, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.2083R)

  26. THE GASEOUS ENVIRONMENTS OF QUASARS: ASSOCIATE ABSORPTION LINES WITH DENSITY AND DISTANCE CONSTRAINTS
    Chen, Chen, Hamann, Fred, Simon, Leah, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.3865C)

  27. DETECTING WATER IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF HR 8799 C WITH L-BAND HIGH-DISPERSION SPECTROSCOPY AIDED BY ADAPTIVE OPTICS
    Wang, Ji, Mawet, Dimitri, Fortney, Jonathan J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..272W)

  28. DUST PRODUCTION AND DEPLETION IN EVOLVED PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Farihi, J., van Lieshout, R., Cauley, P. W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.2601F)

  29. CONSTRAINTS ON THE SPIN EVOLUTION OF YOUNG PLANETARY-MASS COMPANIONS
    Bryan, Marta L., Benneke, Björn, Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018NatAs...2..138B)

  30. A CANDIDATE SUPER-EARTH PLANET ORBITING NEAR THE SNOW LINE OF BARNARD'S STAR
    Ribas, I., Tuomi, M., Reiners, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.563..365R)

  31. A TESS DRESS REHEARSAL: PLANETARY CANDIDATES AND VARIABLES FROM K2 CAMPAIGN 17
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Guerrero, Natalia, David, Trevor, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..239....5C)

  32. THE MULTIPLE MERGER ASSEMBLY OF A HYPERLUMINOUS OBSCURED QUASAR AT REDSHIFT 4.6
    Díaz-Santos, T., Assef, R. J., Blain, A. W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Sci...362.1034D)

  33. NGC 6791: A PROBABLE BULGE CLUSTER WITHOUT MULTIPLE POPULATIONS
    Villanova, Sandro, Carraro, Giovanni, Geisler, Doug, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867...34V)

  34. A BAYESIAN FRAMEWORK FOR EXOPLANET DIRECT DETECTION AND NON-DETECTION
    Ruffio, Jean-Baptiste, Mawet, Dimitri, Czekala, Ian, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..196R)

  35. DYNAMICAL CONSTRAINTS ON A DARK MATTER SPIKE AT THE GALACTIC CENTRE FROM STELLAR ORBITS
    Lacroix, Thomas
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...619A..46L)

  36. A COMPACT MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM WITH A SIGNIFICANTLY MISALIGNED ULTRA SHORT PERIOD PLANET
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Becker, Juliette C., Eastman, Jason D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..245R)

  37. Y DWARF TRIGONOMETRIC PARALLAXES FROM THE SPITZER SPACE TELESCOPE
    Martin, Emily C., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Beichman, Charles A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867..109M)

  38. SUPER-EDDINGTON ACCRETION IN THE WISE-SELECTED EXTREMELY LUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXY W2246-0526
    Tsai, Chao-Wei, Eisenhardt, Peter R. M., Jun, Hyunsung D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868...15T)

  39. A POPULATION OF LUMINOUS ACCRETING BLACK HOLES WITH HIDDEN MERGERS
    Koss, Michael J., Blecha, Laura, Bernhard, Phillip, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.563..214K)

  40. (16) PSYCHE: A MESOSIDERITE-LIKE ASTEROID?
    Viikinkoski, M., Vernazza, P., Hanuš, J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...619L...3V)

  41. FIRST SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF A YOUNG QUASAR
    Eilers, Anna-Christina, Hennawi, Joseph F., Davies, Frederick B.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867...30E)

  42. THE ORIGIN OF DOUBLE-PEAKED NARROW LINES IN ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI. IV. ASSOCIATION WITH GALAXY MERGERS
    Comerford, Julia M., Nevin, Rebecca, Stemo, Aaron, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867...66C)

  43. A NEW LOOK AT T TAURI STAR FORBIDDEN LINES: MHD-DRIVEN WINDS FROM THE INNER DISK
    Fang, Min, Pascucci, Ilaria, Edwards, Suzan, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868...28F)

  44. HIGH-RESOLUTION SOFIA/EXES SPECTROSCOPY OF SO2 GAS IN THE MASSIVE YOUNG STELLAR OBJECT MONR2 IRS3: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SULFUR BUDGET
    Dungee, Ryan, Boogert, Adwin, DeWitt, Curtis N., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...868L..10D)

  45. SN 2017ENS: THE METAMORPHOSIS OF A LUMINOUS BROADLINED TYPE IC SUPERNOVA INTO AN SN IIN
    Chen, T. -W., Inserra, C., Fraser, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867L..31C)

  46. COMPACT MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS ARE MORE COMMON AROUND METAL-POOR HOSTS
    Brewer, John M., Wang, Songhu, Fischer, Debra A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867L...3B)

  47. PROBING LATE-TYPE T DWARF J - H COLOR OUTLIERS FOR SIGNS OF AGE
    Logsdon, Sarah E., Mace, Gregory N., McLean, Ian S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867...96L)

  48. STUDYING THE [O III]Λ5007 Å EMISSION-LINE WIDTH IN A SAMPLE OF ∼ 80 LOCAL ACTIVE GALAXIES: A SURROGATE FOR Σ
    Bennert, Vardha N., Loveland, Donald, Donohue, Edward, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481..138B)

  49. DIRECT EVIDENCE OF AGN FEEDBACK: A POST-STARBURST GALAXY STRIPPED OF ITS GAS BY AGN-DRIVEN WINDS
    Baron, Dalya, Netzer, Hagai, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.480.3993B)

  50. THE STRONG LENSING INSIGHTS INTO THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY (STRIDES) 2016 FOLLOW-UP CAMPAIGN - II. NEW QUASAR LENSES FROM DOUBLE COMPONENT FITTING
    Anguita, T., Schechter, P. L., Kuropatkin, N., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.480.5017A)

  51. DISSECTING COLD GAS IN A HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXY USING A LENSED BACKGROUND QUASAR
    Krogager, J. -K., Noterdaeme, P., O'Meara, J. M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...619A.142K)

  52. THE STRONG LENSING INSIGHTS INTO THE DARK ENERGY SURVEY (STRIDES) 2016 FOLLOW-UP CAMPAIGN - I. OVERVIEW AND CLASSIFICATION OF CANDIDATES SELECTED BY TWO TECHNIQUES
    Treu, T., Agnello, A., Baumer, M. A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.481.1041T)

  53. RADIAL VELOCITIES FROM THE N2K PROJECT: SIX NEW COLD GAS GIANT PLANETS ORBITING HD 55696, HD 98736, HD 148164, HD 203473, AND HD 211810
    Ment, Kristo, Fischer, Debra A., Bakos, Gaspar, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156..213M)

  54. A TRANSITING M-DWARF SHOWING BEAMING EFFECT IN THE FIELD OF RUPRECHT 147
    Eigmüller, Philipp, Csizmadia, Szilárd, Endl, Michael, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.480.3864E)

  55. ENSEMBLE PROPERTIES OF THE WHITE DWARF POPULATION OF THE OLD, SOLAR METALLICITY OPEN STAR CLUSTER MESSIER 67
    Williams, Kurtis A., Canton, Paul A., Bellini, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...867...62W)

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    Reipurth, Bo, Herbig, G. H., Bally, J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....156...25R)

  154. DO CLOSE-IN GIANT PLANETS ORBITING EVOLVED STARS PREFER ECCENTRIC ORBITS?
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...861L...5G)

  155. DETAILED CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF THE WIDE BINARY HD 80606/80607: REVISED STELLAR PROPERTIES AND CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET FORMATION
    Liu, F., Yong, D., Asplund, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...614A.138L)

  156. LUMINOUS WISE-SELECTED OBSCURED, UNOBSCURED, AND RED QUASARS IN STRIPE 82
    Glikman, E., Lacy, M., LaMassa, S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...861...37G)

  157. THE KINEMATICS OF EXTENDED LYΑ EMISSION IN A LOW-MASS, LOW-METALLICITY GALAXY AT Z = 2.3
    Erb, Dawn K., Steidel, Charles C., Chen, Yuguang
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...862L..10E)

  158. THE PRIMORDIAL DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE AT ZABS = 2.504 FROM A HIGH SIGNAL-TO-NOISE SPECTRUM OF Q1009+2956
    Zavarygin, E. O., Webb, J. K., Dumont, V., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.5536Z)

  159. THE IONIZATION PARAMETER OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES EVOLVES WITH THE SPECIFIC STAR FORMATION RATE
    Kaasinen, Melanie, Kewley, Lisa, Bian, Fuyan, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.5568K)

  160. EVALUATING TESTS OF VIRIALIZATION AND SUBSTRUCTURE USING GALAXY CLUSTERS IN THE ORELSE SURVEY
    Rumbaugh, N., Lemaux, B. C., Tomczak, A. R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.478.1403R)

  161. DISCOVERY OF AN OLD NOVA SHELL SURROUNDING THE CATACLYSMIC VARIABLE V1315 AQL
    Sahman, D. I., Dhillon, V. S., Littlefair, S. P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.4483S)

  162. THE RECOILING BLACK HOLE CANDIDATE 3C 186: SPATIALLY RESOLVED QUASAR FEEDBACK AND FURTHER EVIDENCE OF A BLUESHIFTED BROAD-LINE REGION
    Chiaberge, Marco, Tremblay, Grant R., Capetti, Alessandro, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...861...56C)

  163. EVOLUTION OF H2O PRODUCTION IN COMET C/2012 S1 (ISON) AS INFERRED FROM FORBIDDEN OXYGEN AND OH EMISSION
    McKay, Adam J., Cochran, Anita L., DiSanti, Michael A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..309....1M)

  164. PHYSICAL, SPECTRAL, AND DYNAMICAL PROPERTIES OF ASTEROID (107) CAMILLA AND ITS SATELLITES
    Pajuelo, M., Carry, B., Vachier, F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..309..134P)

  165. RETIRED A STARS REVISITED: AN UPDATED GIANT PLANET OCCURRENCE RATE AS A FUNCTION OF STELLAR METALLICITY AND MASS
    Ghezzi, Luan, Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..109G)

  166. THE REDSHIFT EVOLUTION OF REST-UV SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES IN LYMAN-BREAK GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 2-4
    Du, Xinnan, Shapley, Alice E., Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...75D)

  167. THE NATURE OF LUMINOUS LY Α EMITTERS AT Z ˜ 2-3: MAXIMAL DUST-POOR STARBURSTS AND HIGHLY IONIZING AGN
    Sobral, David, Matthee, Jorryt, Darvish, Behnam, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.2817S)

  168. KINEMATICS, TURBULENCE, AND STAR FORMATION OF Z ∼ 1 STRONGLY LENSED GALAXIES SEEN WITH MUSE
    Patrício, V., Richard, J., Carton, D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477...18P)

  169. CALIBRATION AND LIMITATIONS OF THE MG II LINE-BASED BLACK HOLE MASSES
    Woo, Jong-Hak, Le, Huynh Anh N., Karouzos, Marios, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...859..138W)

  170. COMPLEX LYΑ PROFILES IN REDSHIFT 6.6 ULTRALUMINOUS LYΑ EMITTERS
    Songaila, A., Hu, E. M., Barger, A. J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...859...91S)

  171. THE DATA RELEASE OF THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY-II SUPERNOVA SURVEY
    Sako, Masao, Bassett, Bruce, Becker, Andrew C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130f4002S)

  172. DETAILED ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN THE LOCAL GROUP. NGC 147, NGC 6822, AND MESSIER 33
    Larsen, S. S., Brodie, J. P., Wasserman, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...613A..56L)

  173. ANDROMEDA’S PARACHUTE: A BRIGHT QUADRUPLY LENSED QUASAR AT Z = 2.377
    Rubin, Kate H. R., O'Meara, John M., Cooksey, Kathy L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...859..146R)

  174. LIGHT CURVES OF HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    De Cia, Annalisa, Gal-Yam, A., Rubin, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..100D)

  175. IONIZED GAS MOTIONS AND THE STRUCTURE OF FEEDBACK NEAR A FORMING GLOBULAR CLUSTER IN NGC 5253
    Cohen, Daniel P., Turner, Jean L., Consiglio, S. Michelle, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...47C)

  176. A WINDOW ON THE EARLIEST STAR FORMATION: EXTREME PHOTOIONIZATION CONDITIONS OF A HIGH-IONIZATION, LOW-METALLICITY LENSED GALAXY AT Z ∼ 2*
    Berg, Danielle A., Erb, Dawn K., Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...859..164B)

  177. CONSISTENT IRON ABUNDANCES DERIVED FROM NEUTRAL AND SINGLY IONIZED IRON LINES IN ULTRAVIOLET AND OPTICAL SPECTRA OF SIX WARM METAL-POOR STARS
    Roederer, Ian U., Sneden, Christopher, Lawler, James E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860..125R)

  178. THE SPECTRAL AND ENVIRONMENT PROPERTIES OF Z ˜ 2.0-2.5 QUASAR PAIRS
    Lusso, Elisabeta, Fumagalli, Michele, Rafelski, Marc, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...41L)

  179. HAT-P-11: DISCOVERY OF A SECOND PLANET AND A CLUE TO UNDERSTANDING EXOPLANET OBLIQUITIES
    Yee, Samuel W., Petigura, Erik A., Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..255Y)

  180. NEW Y AND T DWARFS FROM WISE IDENTIFIED BY METHANE IMAGING
    Tinney, C. G., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Faherty, Jacqueline K., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..236...28T)

  181. PECULIAR SUPERNOVAE
    Milisavljevic, Dan, Margutti, Raffaella
    2018, refereed (2018SSRv..214...68M)

  182. OPTICAL HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY OF 14 YOUNG Α-RICH STARS
    Matsuno, Tadafumi, Yong, David, Aoki, Wako, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...860...49M)

  183. DISCOVERY OF THREE STRONGLY LENSED QUASARS IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY
    Williams, P. R., Agnello, A., Treu, T., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477L..70W)

  184. THE MEAN ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRUM OF A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF FAINT Z ˜ 3 LYMAN ALPHA EMITTERS
    Nakajima, Kimihiko, Fletcher, Thomas, Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.477.2098N)

  185. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: A COMPARISON OF TOTAL-MASS PROFILES OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM OBSERVATIONS AND COSMOLOGICAL SIMULATIONS, TO ∼4 EFFECTIVE RADII
    Bellstedt, Sabine, Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476.4543B)

  186. RANDOM FOREST CLASSIFICATION OF STARS IN THE GALACTIC CENTRE
    Plewa, P. M.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476.3974P)

  187. THE LITHIUM-ROTATION CONNECTION IN THE 125 MYR-OLD PLEIADES CLUSTER
    Bouvier, J., Barrado, D., Moraux, E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...613A..63B)

  188. AD LEONIS: RADIAL VELOCITY SIGNAL OF STELLAR ROTATION OR SPIN-ORBIT RESONANCE?
    Tuomi, Mikko, Jones, Hugh R. A., Barnes, John R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..192T)

  189. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: A STELLAR MASS-SFR-METALLICITY RELATION EXISTS AT Z ˜ 2.3
    Sanders, Ryan L., Shapley, Alice E., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...99S)

  190. THREE SMALL PLANETS TRANSITING THE BRIGHT YOUNG FIELD STAR K2-233
    David, Trevor J., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Benneke, Björn, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..222D)

  191. THE KECK/OSIRIS NEARBY AGN SURVEY (KONA). I. THE NUCLEAR K-BAND PROPERTIES OF NEARBY AGN
    Müller-Sánchez, F., Hicks, E. K. S., Malkan, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...48M)

  192. UNDERSTANDING THE STRONG INTERVENING O VI ABSORBER AT ZABS ∼ 0.93 TOWARDS PG1206+459
    Rosenwasser, B., Muzahid, S., Charlton, J. C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476.2258R)

  193. DARK MATTER CONTRACTION AND STELLAR-MASS-TO-LIGHT RATIO GRADIENTS IN MASSIVE EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Oldham, Lindsay J., Auger, Matthew W.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476..133O)

  194. THE UPCOMING MUTUAL EVENT SEASON FOR THE PATROCLUS-MENOETIUS TROJAN BINARY
    Grundy, W. M., Noll, K. S., Buie, M. W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..305..198G)

  195. A MULTIWAVELENGTH SURVEY OF H I-EXCESS GALAXIES WITH SURPRISINGLY INEFFICIENT STAR FORMATION
    Geréb, K., Janowiecki, S., Catinella, B., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476..896G)

  196. ZFIRE: 3D MODELING OF ROTATION, DISPERSION, AND ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 2
    Alcorn, Leo Y., Tran, Kim-Vy, Glazebrook, Karl, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...47A)

  197. THE DEIMOS 10K SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY CATALOG OF THE COSMOS FIELD
    Hasinger, G., Capak, P., Salvato, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...858...77H)

  198. THE TRIAXIAL ELLIPSOID SIZE, DENSITY, AND ROTATIONAL POLE OF ASTEROID (16) PSYCHE FROM KECK AND GEMINI AO OBSERVATIONS 2004-2015
    Drummond, Jack D., Merline, William J., Carry, Benoit, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..305..174D)

  199. OBSERVATIONAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE PHYSICAL NATURE OF SUBMILLIMETRE SOURCE MULTIPLICITY: CHANCE PROJECTIONS ARE COMMON
    Hayward, Christopher C., Chapman, Scott C., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.476.2278H)

  200. DARK MATTER IN ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXIES IN THE VIRGO CLUSTER FROM THEIR GLOBULAR CLUSTER POPULATIONS
    Toloba, Elisa, Lim, Sungsoon, Peng, Eric, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L..31T)

  201. EVIDENCES OF EXTRAGALACTIC ORIGIN AND PLANET ENGULFMENT IN THE METAL-POOR TWIN PAIR HD 134439/HD 134440
    Reggiani, Henrique, Meléndez, Jorge
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.3502R)

  202. EXTREME MAGNIFICATION OF AN INDIVIDUAL STAR AT REDSHIFT 1.5 BY A GALAXY-CLUSTER LENS
    Kelly, Patrick L., Diego, Jose M., Rodney, Steven, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018NatAs...2..334K)

  203. AN ENIGMATIC POPULATION OF LUMINOUS GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN A GALAXY LACKING DARK MATTER
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Cohen, Yotam, Danieli, Shany, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L..30V)

  204. A DECADE OF MWC 758 DISK IMAGES: WHERE ARE THE SPIRAL-ARM-DRIVING PLANETS?
    Ren, Bin, Dong, Ruobing, Esposito, Thomas M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...857L...9R)

  205. K2-231 B: A SUB-NEPTUNE EXOPLANET TRANSITING A SOLAR TWIN IN RUPRECHT 147
    Curtis, Jason Lee, Vanderburg, Andrew, Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..173C)

  206. COLORS AND SHAPES OF THE IRREGULAR PLANETARY SATELLITES
    Graykowski, Ariel, Jewitt, David
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..184G)

  207. A NEW TEST OF COPPER AND ZINC ABUNDANCES IN LATE-TYPE STARS USING ULTRAVIOLET CU II AND ZN II LINES
    Roederer, Ian U., Barklem, Paul S.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...857....2R)

  208. A FORMATION TIMESCALE OF THE GALACTIC HALO FROM MG ISOTOPES IN DWARF STARS
    Carlos, Marília, Karakas, Amanda I., Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856..161C)

  209. ORBIT AND DYNAMICAL MASS OF THE LATE-T DWARF GL 758 B
    Bowler, Brendan P., Dupuy, Trent J., Endl, Michael, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..159B)

  210. VALIDATION AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LONG-PERIOD PLANET KEPLER-1654 B
    Beichman, C. A., Giles, H. A. C., Akeson, R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..158B)

  211. PROPER MOTION OF THE FAINT STAR NEAR KIC 8462852 (BOYAJIAN'S STAR)—NOT A BINARY SYSTEM
    Clemens, Dan P., Maheshwari, Kush, Jagani, Roshan, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L...8C)

  212. JUPITER ANALOGS ORBIT STARS WITH AN AVERAGE METALLICITY CLOSE TO THAT OF THE SUN
    Buchhave, Lars A., Bitsch, Bertram, Johansen, Anders, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856...37B)

  213. ELECTRON SCATTERING WINGS ON LINES IN INTERACTING SUPERNOVAE
    Huang, Chenliang, Chevalier, Roger A.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.1261H)

  214. A NEW MEASUREMENT OF THE INTERGALACTIC TEMPERATURE AT Z ∼ 2.55-2.95
    Rorai, Alberto, Carswell, Robert F., Haehnelt, Martin G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.2871R)

  215. PCA-BASED APPROACH FOR SUBTRACTING THERMAL BACKGROUND EMISSION IN HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING DATA
    Hunziker, S., Quanz, S. P., Amara, A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...611A..23H)

  216. MODELLING THE COLLIDING-WIND SPECTRA OF THE WC8D+O8-9IV BINARY CV SER (WR 113)
    Hill, G. M., Moffat, A. F. J., St-Louis, N.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.2987H)

  217. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DIRECT OBSERVATIONAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE IONIZING PHOTON PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY, Ξ ION, AT Z ˜ 2
    Shivaei, Irene, Reddy, Naveen A., Siana, Brian, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855...42S)

  218. HFF-DEEPSPACE PHOTOMETRIC CATALOGS OF THE 12 HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS, CLUSTERS, AND PARALLELS: PHOTOMETRY, PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS, AND STELLAR MASSES
    Shipley, Heath V., Lange-Vagle, Daniel, Marchesini, Danilo, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..235...14S)

  219. NEW PARALLAXES OF GALACTIC CEPHEIDS FROM SPATIALLY SCANNING THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE HUBBLE CONSTANT
    Riess, Adam G., Casertano, Stefano, Yuan, Wenlong, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855..136R)

  220. DISCOVERY OF A POINT-LIKE SOURCE AND A THIRD SPIRAL ARM IN THE TRANSITION DISK AROUND THE HERBIG AE STAR MWC 758
    Reggiani, M., Christiaens, V., Absil, O., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...611A..74R)

  221. SPECTRA OF HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Quimby, Robert M., De Cia, Annalisa, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855....2Q)

  222. 275 CANDIDATES AND 149 VALIDATED PLANETS ORBITING BRIGHT STARS IN K2 CAMPAIGNS 0-10
    Mayo, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, Latham, David W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..136M)

  223. THE BINARY DWARF CARBON STAR SDSS J125017.90+252427.6
    Margon, Bruce, Kupfer, Thomas, Burdge, Kevin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...856L...2M)

  224. QUASAR 2175 Å DUST ABSORBERS - II. CORRELATION ANALYSIS AND RELATIONSHIP WITH OTHER ABSORPTION LINE SYSTEMS
    Ma, Jingzhe, Ge, Jian, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.4870M)

  225. TWO TRANSITIONAL TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE LOCATED IN THE FORNAX CLUSTER MEMBER NGC 1404: SN 2007ON AND SN 2011IV
    Gall, C., Stritzinger, M. D., Ashall, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...611A..58G)

  226. SUPER-SOLAR METALLICITY STARS IN THE GALACTIC CENTER NUCLEAR STAR CLUSTER: UNUSUAL SC, V, AND Y ABUNDANCES
    Do, Tuan, Kerzendorf, Wolfgang, Konopacky, Quinn, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855L...5D)

  227. SN2012AB: A PECULIAR TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA WITH ASPHERICAL CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL
    Bilinski, Christopher, Smith, Nathan, Williams, G. Grant, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475.1104B)

  228. TWO CHEMICALLY SIMILAR STELLAR OVERDENSITIES ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE PLANE OF THE GALACTIC DISK
    Bergemann, Maria, Sesar, Branimir, Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.555..334B)

  229. THE FIRST PLANETARY MICROLENSING EVENT WITH TWO MICROLENSED SOURCE STARS
    Bennett, D. P., Udalski, A., Han, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..141B)

  230. DISCOVERY AND FIRST MODELS OF THE QUADRUPLY LENSED QUASAR SDSS J1433+6007
    Agnello, Adriano, Grillo, Claudio, Jones, Tucker, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.3391A)

  231. IPTF SURVEY FOR COOL TRANSIENTS
    Adams, S. M., Blagorodnova, N., Kasliwal, M. M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASP..130c4202A)

  232. A GALAXY LACKING DARK MATTER
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Danieli, Shany, Cohen, Yotam, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.555..629V)

  233. A MULTI-INSTRUMENT AND MULTI-WAVELENGTH HIGH ANGULAR RESOLUTION STUDY OF MWC 614: QUANTUM HEATED PARTICLES INSIDE THE DISK CAVITY
    Kluska, Jacques, Kraus, Stefan, Davies, Claire L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855...44K)

  234. ONE PERCENT DETERMINATION OF THE PRIMORDIAL DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE
    Cooke, Ryan J., Pettini, Max, Steidel, Charles C.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855..102C)

  235. IDENTIFYING YOUNG KEPLER PLANET HOST STARS FROM KECK-HIRES SPECTRA OF LITHIUM
    Berger, Travis A., Howard, Andrew W., Boesgaard, Ann Merchant
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855..115B)

  236. A NEW METHOD TO MEASURE THE POST-REIONIZATION IONIZING BACKGROUND FROM THE JOINT DISTRIBUTION OF LYΑ AND LYΒ FOREST TRANSMISSION
    Davies, Frederick B., Hennawi, Joseph F., Eilers, Anna-Christina, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855..106D)

  237. ORBITAL MOTION OF YOUNG BINARIES IN OPHIUCHUS AND UPPER CENTAURUS-LUPUS
    Schaefer, G. H., Prato, L., Simon, M.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..109S)

  238. EVIDENCE OF A NON-UNIVERSAL STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION. INSIGHTS FROM HST OPTICAL IMAGING OF SIX ULTRA-FAINT DWARF MILKY WAY SATELLITES
    Gennaro, Mario, Tchernyshyov, Kirill, Brown, Thomas M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...855...20G)

  239. THE TEST CASE OF HD 26965: DIFFICULTIES DISENTANGLING WEAK DOPPLER SIGNALS FROM STELLAR ACTIVITY
    Díaz, Matías R., Jenkins, James S., Tuomi, Mikko, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..126D)

  240. PSR J2322-2650 - A LOW-LUMINOSITY MILLISECOND PULSAR WITH A PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION
    Spiewak, R., Bailes, M., Barr, E. D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475..469S)

  241. K2-137 B: AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN A 4.3-H ORBIT AROUND AN M-DWARF
    Smith, A. M. S., Cabrera, J., Csizmadia, Sz, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.5523S)

  242. THE FOUNDATION SUPERNOVA SURVEY: MOTIVATION, DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, AND FIRST DATA RELEASE
    Foley, Ryan J., Scolnic, Daniel, Rest, Armin, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.475..193F)

  243. STELLAR SPIN-ORBIT ALIGNMENT FOR KEPLER-9, A MULTI-TRANSITING PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH TWO OUTER PLANETS NEAR 2:1 RESONANCE
    Wang, Songhu, Addison, Brett, Fischer, Debra A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...70W)

  244. THE K2-138 SYSTEM: A NEAR-RESONANT CHAIN OF FIVE SUB-NEPTUNE PLANETS DISCOVERED BY CITIZEN SCIENTISTS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Barentsen, Geert, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...57C)

  245. LINE-DEPENDENT VEILING IN VERY ACTIVE CLASSICAL T TAURI STARS
    Rei, A. C. S., Petrov, P. P., Gameiro, J. F.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...610A..40R)

  246. LLAMA: NUCLEAR STELLAR PROPERTIES OF SWIFT-BAT AGN AND MATCHED INACTIVE GALAXIES
    Lin, Ming-Yi, Davies, R. I., Hicks, E. K. S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.4582L)

  247. MORE RAPIDLY ROTATING PMS M DWARFS WITH LIGHT CURVES SUGGESTIVE OF ORBITING CLOUDS OF MATERIAL
    Stauffer, John, Rebull, Luisa, David, Trevor J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...63S)

  248. IPTF ARCHIVAL SEARCH FOR FAST OPTICAL TRANSIENTS
    Ho, Anna Y. Q., Kulkarni, S. R., Nugent, Peter E., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854L..13H)

  249. THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE PEAKS IN VELOCITY DISPERSION AND STAR-FORMING CLUMPS OF TURBULENT GALAXIES
    Oliva-Altamirano, P., Fisher, D. B., Glazebrook, K., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474..522O)

  250. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS . FIRST VISUAL-CHANNEL RADIAL-VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS AND ORBITAL PARAMETER UPDATES OF SEVEN M-DWARF PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Trifonov, T., Kürster, M., Zechmeister, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609A.117T)

  251. VARIABILITY OF THE LOWEST MASS OBJECTS IN THE AB DORADUS MOVING GROUP
    Vos, Johanna M., Allers, Katelyn N., Biller, Beth A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.1041V)

  252. A SYSTEM OF THREE SUPER EARTHS TRANSITING THE LATE K-DWARF GJ 9827 AT 30 PC
    Rodriguez, Joseph E., Vanderburg, Andrew, Eastman, Jason D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...72R)

  253. LIKELY TRANSITING EXOCOMETS DETECTED BY KEPLER
    Rappaport, S., Vanderburg, A., Jacobs, T., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474.1453R)

  254. OBSERVATIONAL SIGNATURES OF A WARPED DISK ASSOCIATED WITH COLD-FLOW ACCRETION
    Rahmani, Hadi, Péroux, Céline, Augustin, Ramona, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.474..254R)

  255. ON THE INCIDENCE OF MG II ABSORBERS ALONG THE BLAZAR SIGHTLINES
    Mishra, S., Chand, H., Krishna, Gopal-, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.5154M)

  256. “SUPER-DEBLENDED” DUST EMISSION IN GALAXIES. I. THE GOODS-NORTH CATALOG AND THE COSMIC STAR FORMATION RATE DENSITY OUT TO REDSHIFT 6
    Liu, Daizhong, Daddi, Emanuele, Dickinson, Mark, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853..172L)

  257. KELT-21B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING THE RAPIDLY ROTATING METAL-POOR LATE-A PRIMARY OF A LIKELY HIERARCHICAL TRIPLE SYSTEM
    Johnson, Marshall C., Rodriguez, Joseph E., Zhou, George, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155..100J)

  258. HATS-50B THROUGH HATS-53B: FOUR TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS ORBITING G-TYPE STARS DISCOVERED BY THE HATSOUTH SURVEY
    Henning, Th., Mancini, L., Sarkis, P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...79H)

  259. HD 104860 AND HD 192758: TWO DEBRIS DISKS NEWLY IMAGED IN SCATTERED LIGHT WITH THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
    Choquet, É., Bryden, G., Perrin, M. D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854...53C)

  260. A SURGE OF LIGHT AT THE BIRTH OF A SUPERNOVA
    Bersten, M. C., Folatelli, G., García, F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Natur.554..497B)

  261. COMBINING SPITZER PARALLAX AND KECK II ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING TO MEASURE THE MASS OF A SOLAR-LIKE STAR ORBITED BY A COLD GASEOUS PLANET DISCOVERED BY MICROLENSING
    Beaulieu, J. -P., Batista, V., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...78B)

  262. THE WISE AGN CATALOG
    Assef, R. J., Stern, D., Noirot, G., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJS..234...23A)

  263. QATAR EXOPLANET SURVEY: QATAR-6B—A GRAZING TRANSITING HOT JUPITER
    Alsubai, Khalid, Tsvetanov, Zlatan I., Latham, David W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...52A)

  264. A SLOWLY PRECESSING DISK IN THE NUCLEUS OF M31 AS THE FEEDING MECHANISM FOR A CENTRAL STARBURST
    Lockhart, K. E., Lu, J. R., Peiris, H. V., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854..121L)

  265. THE FIRST FROST IN THE PIPE NEBULA
    Goto, Miwa, Bailey, Jeffrey D., Hocuk, Seyit, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...610A...9G)

  266. INVESTIGATING THE BINARITY OF S0-2: IMPLICATIONS FOR ITS ORIGINS AND ROBUSTNESS AS A PROBE OF THE LAWS OF GRAVITY AROUND A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Chu, Devin S., Do, Tuan, Hees, Aurelien, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854...12C)

  267. TYPE IA SUPERNOVA DISTANCES AT REDSHIFT >1.5 FROM THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE MULTI-CYCLE TREASURY PROGRAMS: THE EARLY EXPANSION RATE
    Riess, Adam G., Rodney, Steven A., Scolnic, Daniel M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853..126R)

  268. THE TROJAN COLOR CONUNDRUM
    Jewitt, David
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...56J)

  269. STUDYING THE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRUM OF THE FIRST SPECTROSCOPICALLY CONFIRMED SUPERNOVA AT REDSHIFT TWO
    Smith, M., Sullivan, M., Nichol, R. C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...854...37S)

  270. KIC 8164262: A HEARTBEAT STAR SHOWING TIDALLY INDUCED PULSATIONS WITH RESONANT LOCKING
    Hambleton, K., Fuller, J., Thompson, S., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.5165H)

  271. THE CARMENES SEARCH FOR EXOPLANETS AROUND M DWARFS. HD147379 B: A NEARBY NEPTUNE IN THE TEMPERATE ZONE OF AN EARLY-M DWARF
    Reiners, A., Ribas, I., Zechmeister, M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609L...5R)

  272. ON THE INNER DISC STRUCTURE OF MWC480: EVIDENCE FOR ASYMMETRIES?
    Jamialahmadi, N., Lopez, B., Berio, Ph., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.3147J)

  273. PTF11MNB: FIRST ANALOG OF SUPERNOVA 2005BF. LONG-RISING, DOUBLE-PEAKED SUPERNOVA IC FROM A MASSIVE PROGENITOR
    Taddia, F., Sollerman, J., Fremling, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609A.106T)

  274. SILVERRUSH. III. DEEP OPTICAL AND NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR LYΑ AND UV-NEBULAR LINES OF BRIGHT LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z = 6-7
    Shibuya, Takatoshi, Ouchi, Masami, Harikane, Yuichi, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018PASJ...70S..15S)

  275. PLANET CANDIDATES FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 5-8 AND FOLLOW-UP OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
    Petigura, Erik A., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...21P)

  276. EARLY OBSERVATIONS OF THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA IPTF 16ABC: A CASE OF INTERACTION WITH NEARBY, UNBOUND MATERIAL AND/OR STRONG EJECTA MIXING
    Miller, A. A., Cao, Y., Piro, A. L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852..100M)

  277. INSPIRALING HALO ACCRETION MAPPED IN LY Α EMISSION AROUND A Z ∼ 3 QUASAR
    Arrigoni Battaia, Fabrizio, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Hennawi, Joseph F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.3907A)

  278. 2MASS J11151597+1937266: A YOUNG, DUSTY, ISOLATED, PLANETARY-MASS OBJECT WITH A POTENTIAL WIDE STELLAR COMPANION
    Theissen, Christopher A., Burgasser, Adam J., Bardalez Gagliuffi, Daniella C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853...75T)

  279. 3D PHOTOIONIZATION MODELS OF NOVA V723 CAS
    Takeda, L., Diaz, M., Campbell, R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473..355T)

  280. EDDINGTON-LIMITED ACCRETION IN Z ∼ 2 WISE-SELECTED HOT, DUST-OBSCURED GALAXIES
    Wu, Jingwen, Jun, Hyunsung D., Assef, Roberto J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852...96W)

  281. A NEW PRECISION MEASUREMENT OF THE SMALL-SCALE LINE-OF-SIGHT POWER SPECTRUM OF THE LYΑ FOREST
    Walther, Michael, Hennawi, Joseph F., Hiss, Hector, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852...22W)

  282. THE DISCOVERY OF A FIVE-IMAGE LENSED QUASAR AT Z = 3.34 USING PANSTARRS1 AND GAIA
    Ostrovski, Fernanda, Lemon, Cameron A., Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473L.116O)

  283. THE ORIGIN OF DOUBLE-PEAKED NARROW LINES IN ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI - III. FEEDBACK FROM BICONICAL AGN OUTFLOWS
    Nevin, R., Comerford, J. M., Müller-Sánchez, F., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.2160N)

  284. THE TWISTED RADIO STRUCTURE OF PSO J334.2028+01.4075, STILL A SUPERMASSIVE BINARY BLACK HOLE CANDIDATE
    Mooley, K. P., Wrobel, J. M., Anderson, M. M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.1388M)

  285. STRONG-LENSING ANALYSIS OF A2744 WITH MUSE AND HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS IMAGES
    Mahler, G., Richard, J., Clément, B., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473..663M)

  286. SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF FOUR SURPRISINGLY SIMILAR HOT HYDROGEN-RICH SUBDWARF O STARS
    Latour, M., Chayer, P., Green, E. M., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018A&A...609A..89L)

  287. SPIN STATES OF ASTEROIDS IN THE EOS COLLISIONAL FAMILY
    Hanuš, J., Delbo', M., Alí-Lagoa, V., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018Icar..299...84H)

  288. K2-136: A BINARY SYSTEM IN THE HYADES CLUSTER HOSTING A NEPTUNE-SIZED PLANET
    Ciardi, David R., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Feinstein, Adina D., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...10C)

  289. EVIDENCE FOR ECCENTRIC, PRECESSING GASEOUS DEBRIS IN THE CIRCUMSTELLAR ABSORPTION TOWARD WD 1145 + 017
    Cauley, P. Wilson, Farihi, Jay, Redfield, Seth, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852L..22C)

  290. GLOBAL PROPERTIES OF M31’S STELLAR HALO FROM THE SPLASH SURVEY. III. MEASURING THE STELLAR VELOCITY DISPERSION PROFILE
    Gilbert, Karoline M., Tollerud, Erik, Beaton, Rachael L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852..128G)

  291. UNDERSTANDING LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE IN THE SSA22 PROTOCLUSTER REGION USING COSMOLOGICAL SIMULATIONS
    Topping, Michael W., Shapley, Alice E., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852..134T)

  292. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. V. PEAS IN A POD: PLANETS IN A KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM ARE SIMILAR IN SIZE AND REGULARLY SPACED
    Weiss, Lauren M., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...48W)

  293. THE FIRST POST-KEPLER BRIGHTNESS DIPS OF KIC 8462852
    Boyajian, Tabetha. S., Alonso, Roi, Ammerman, Alex, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853L...8B)

  294. THIRTY-FOLD: EXTREME GRAVITATIONAL LENSING OF A QUIESCENT GALAXY AT Z = 1.6
    Ebeling, H., Stockmann, M., Richard, J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852L...7E)

  295. MEETING THE COOL NEIGHBORS. XII. AN OPTICALLY ANCHORED ANALYSIS OF THE NEAR-INFRARED SPECTRA OF L DWARFS
    Cruz, Kelle L., Núñez, Alejandro, Burgasser, Adam J., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...34C)

  296. IS THE YOUNG STAR RZ PISCIUM CONSUMING ITS OWN (PLANETARY) OFFSPRING?
    Punzi, K. M., Kastner, J. H., Melis, C., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...33P)

  297. FLARE ACTIVITY OF WIDE BINARY STARS WITH KEPLER
    Clarke, Riley W., Davenport, James R. A., Covey, Kevin R., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853...59C)

  298. GALAXIES PROBING GALAXIES IN PRIMUS. I. SAMPLE, SPECTROSCOPY, AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE Z\SIM 0.5 MG II-ABSORBING CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Rubin, Kate H. R., Diamond-Stanic, Aleksandar M., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853...95R)

  299. ORBITAL SOLUTION FOR THE SPECTROSCOPIC BINARY IN THE GW ORI HIERARCHICAL TRIPLE
    Prato, L., Ruíz-Rodríguez, Dary, Wasserman, L. H.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...852...38P)

  300. PRE-DISCOVERY OBSERVATIONS AND ORBIT OF COMET C/2017 K2 (PANSTARRS)
    Hui, Man-To, Jewitt, David, Clark, David
    2018, refereed (2018AJ....155...25H)

  301. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION AND VELOCITY DISPERSIONS FOR 20 PLANCK GALAXY CLUSTERS AT 0.16 < Z < 0.78
    Amodeo, Stefania, Mei, Simona, Stanford, Spencer A., et al.
    2018, refereed (2018ApJ...853...36A)

  302. EARLY METAL ENRICHMENT OF GAS-RICH GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 5
    Poudel, Suraj, Kulkarni, Varsha P., Morrison, Sean, et al.
    2018, refereed (2018MNRAS.473.3559P)

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  1. MC2: SUBARU AND HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE WEAK-LENSING ANALYSIS OF THE DOUBLE RADIO RELIC GALAXY CLUSTER PLCK G287.0+32.9
    Finner, Kyle, Jee, M. James, Golovich, Nathan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...46F)

  2. DETAILED ABUNDANCES FOR THE OLD POPULATION NEAR THE GALACTIC CENTER. I. METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION OF THE NUCLEAR STAR CLUSTER
    Rich, R. M., Ryde, N., Thorsbro, B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..239R)

  3. OBSERVATIONS OF THE GRB AFTERGLOW ATLAS17AEU AND ITS POSSIBLE ASSOCIATION WITH GW 170104
    Stalder, B., Tonry, J., Smartt, S. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850..149S)

  4. THE PROTOTYPICAL YOUNG L/T-TRANSITION DWARF HD 203030B LIKELY HAS PLANETARY MASS
    Miles-Páez, Paulo A., Metchev, Stanimir, Luhman, Kevin L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..262M)

  5. PRECISE MASSES IN THE WASP-47 SYSTEM
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Becker, Juliette C., Buchhave, Lars A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..237V)

  6. SPECTROSCOPIC BINARIES IN THE SOLAR TWIN PLANET SEARCH PROGRAM: FROM SUBSTELLAR-MASS TO M DWARF COMPANIONS
    dos Santos, Leonardo A., Meléndez, Jorge, Bedell, Megan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.3425D)

  7. IPTF 16ASU: A LUMINOUS, RAPIDLY EVOLVING, AND HIGH-VELOCITY SUPERNOVA
    Whitesides, L., Lunnan, R., Kasliwal, M. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851..107W)

  8. SEEING DOUBLE WITH K2: TESTING RE-INFLATION WITH TWO REMARKABLY SIMILAR PLANETS AROUND RED GIANT BRANCH STARS
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..254G)

  9. INVESTIGATING THE EVOLUTION OF THE DUAL AGN SYSTEM ESO 509-IG066
    Kosec, P., Brightman, M., Stern, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850..168K)

  10. MAXI J1957+032: AN ACCRETING NEUTRON STAR POSSIBLY IN A TRIPLE SYSTEM
    Ravi, V.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851..114R)

  11. CONSTRAINTS FROM LY-Α FORESTS ON NON-THERMAL DARK MATTER INCLUDING RESONANTLY-PRODUCED STERILE NEUTRINOS
    Baur, Julien, Palanque-Delabrouille, Nathalie, Yèche, Christophe, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017JCAP...12..013B)

  12. GLIMPSING THE IMPRINT OF LOCAL ENVIRONMENT ON THE GALAXY STELLAR MASS FUNCTION
    Tomczak, Adam R., Lemaux, Brian C., Lubin, Lori M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.3512T)

  13. ILLUMINATING GRAVITATIONAL WAVES: A CONCORDANT PICTURE OF PHOTONS FROM A NEUTRON STAR MERGER
    Kasliwal, M. M., Nakar, E., Singer, L. P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...358.1559K)

  14. NEBULAR-PHASE SPECTRA OF NEARBY TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Graham, M. L., Kumar, S., Hosseinzadeh, G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.3437G)

  15. ESO 452-SC11: THE LOWEST MASS GLOBULAR CLUSTER WITH A POTENTIAL CHEMICAL INHOMOGENEITY
    Simpson, Jeffrey D., De Silva, Gayandhi, Martell, Sarah L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.2856S)

  16. A SPECTROSCOPIC SEARCH FOR AGN ACTIVITY IN THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Laporte, Nicolas, Nakajima, Kimihiko, Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...40L)

  17. ELECTROMAGNETIC EVIDENCE THAT SSS17A IS THE RESULT OF A BINARY NEUTRON STAR MERGER
    Kilpatrick, C. D., Foley, R. J., Kasen, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...358.1583K)

  18. GALACTIC-SCALE FEEDBACK OBSERVED IN THE 3C 298 QUASAR HOST GALAXY
    Vayner, Andrey, Wright, Shelley A., Murray, Norman, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851..126V)

  19. EVIDENCE THAT THE DIRECTLY IMAGED PLANET HD 131399 AB IS A BACKGROUND STAR
    Nielsen, Eric L., Rosa, Robert J. De, Rameau, Julien, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..218N)

  20. A BRIEF VISIT FROM A RED AND EXTREMELY ELONGATED INTERSTELLAR ASTEROID
    Meech, Karen J., Weryk, Robert, Micheli, Marco, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Natur.552..378M)

  21. MWC 349A AND B ARE NOT GRAVITATIONALLY BOUND: NEW EVIDENCE
    Drew, P., Strelnitski, V., Smith, H. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851..136D)

  22. 2FGL J0846.0+2820: A NEW NEUTRON STAR BINARY WITH A GIANT SECONDARY AND VARIABLE Γ-RAY EMISSION
    Swihart, Samuel J., Strader, Jay, Johnson, Tyrel J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...31S)

  23. VALIDATION OF SMALL KEPLER TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES IN OR NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Torres, Guillermo, Kane, Stephen R., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..264T)

  24. A PHYSICALLY MOTIVATED AND EMPIRICALLY CALIBRATED METHOD TO MEASURE THE EFFECTIVE TEMPERATURE, METALLICITY, AND TI ABUNDANCE OF M DWARFS
    Veyette, Mark J., Muirhead, Philip S., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...26V)

  25. THE OMEGAWHITE SURVEY FOR SHORT-PERIOD VARIABLE STARS. V. DISCOVERY OF AN ULTRACOMPACT HOT SUBDWARF BINARY WITH A COMPACT COMPANION IN A 44-MINUTE ORBIT
    Kupfer, T., Ramsay, G., van Roestel, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...851...28K)

  26. LIGHT CURVES OF THE NEUTRON STAR MERGER GW170817/SSS17A: IMPLICATIONS FOR R-PROCESS NUCLEOSYNTHESIS
    Drout, M. R., Piro, A. L., Shappee, B. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...358.1570D)

  27. A DIRECT IMAGING SURVEY OF SPITZER-DETECTED DEBRIS DISKS: OCCURRENCE OF GIANT PLANETS IN DUSTY SYSTEMS
    Meshkat, Tiffany, Mawet, Dimitri, Bryan, Marta L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..245M)

  28. ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRA OF EXTREME NEARBY STAR-FORMING REGIONS - APPROACHING A LOCAL REFERENCE SAMPLE FOR JWST
    Senchyna, Peter, Stark, Daniel P., Vidal-García, Alba, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.2608S)

  29. QUASAR 2175 Å DUST ABSORBERS - I. METALLICITY, DEPLETION PATTERN AND KINEMATICS
    Ma, Jingzhe, Ge, Jian, Zhao, Yinan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.2196M)

  30. SN 2016JHJ AT REDSHIFT 0.34: EXTENDING THE TYPE II SUPERNOVA HUBBLE DIAGRAM USING THE STANDARD CANDLE METHOD
    de Jaeger, T., Galbany, L., Filippenko, A. V., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472.4233D)

  31. CHARACTERIZING K2 CANDIDATE PLANETARY SYSTEMS ORBITING LOW-MASS STARS. II. PLANETARY SYSTEMS OBSERVED DURING CAMPAIGNS 1-7
    Dressing, Courtney D., Vanderburg, Andrew, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..207D)

  32. LONG OPTICAL PLATEAU IN THE AFTERGLOW OF THE SHORT GRB 150424A WITH EXTENDED EMISSION. EVIDENCE FOR ENERGY INJECTION BY A MAGNETAR?
    Knust, F., Greiner, J., van Eerten, H. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...607A..84K)

  33. FULLY STRIPPED? THE DYNAMICS OF DARK AND LUMINOUS MATTER IN THE MASSIVE CLUSTER COLLISION MACSJ0553.4-3342
    Ebeling, H., Qi, J., Richard, J.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.3305E)

  34. WITNESSING GALAXY ASSEMBLY IN AN EXTENDED Z≈3 STRUCTURE
    Fumagalli, Michele, Mackenzie, Ruari, Trayford, James, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.3686F)

  35. DISC ORIGIN OF BROAD OPTICAL EMISSION LINES OF THE TDE CANDIDATE PTF09DJL
    Liu, F. K., Zhou, Z. Q., Cao, R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472L..99L)

  36. ADAPTIVE OPTICS AND LIGHTCURVE DATA OF ASTEROIDS: TWENTY SHAPE MODELS AND INFORMATION CONTENT ANALYSIS
    Viikinkoski, M., Hanuš, J., Kaasalainen, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...607A.117V)

  37. INFLOWS, OUTFLOWS, AND A GIANT DONOR IN THE REMARKABLE RECURRENT NOVA M31N 2008-12A?—HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE PHOTOMETRY OF THE 2015 ERUPTION
    Darnley, M. J., Hounsell, R., Godon, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849...96D)

  38. THE NEARBY TYPE IBN SUPERNOVA 2015G: SIGNATURES OF ASYMMETRY AND PROGENITOR CONSTRAINTS
    Shivvers, Isaac, Zheng, WeiKang, Van Dyk, Schuyler D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.4381S)

  39. INITIAL MASS FUNCTION VARIABILITY (OR NOT) AMONG LOW-VELOCITY DISPERSION, COMPACT STELLAR SYSTEMS
    Villaume, Alexa, Brodie, Jean, Conroy, Charlie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850L..14V)

  40. GAS INFLOW AND OUTFLOW IN AN INTERACTING HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXY. THE REMARKABLE HOST ENVIRONMENT OF GRB 080810 AT Z = 3.35
    Wiseman, P., Perley, D. A., Schady, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...607A.107W)

  41. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE PREVALENCE AND PROPERTIES OF GALAXY-WIDE AGN-DRIVEN OUTFLOWS AT Z ∼ 2
    Leung, Gene C. K., Coil, Alison L., Azadi, Mojegan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849...48L)

  42. STABLE HABITABLE ZONES OF SINGLE JOVIAN PLANET SYSTEMS
    Agnew, Matthew T., Maddison, Sarah T., Thilliez, Elodie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.4494A)

  43. EVOLUTION OF GALACTIC OUTFLOWS AT Z\SIM 0{--}2 REVEALED WITH SDSS, DEEP2, AND KECK SPECTRA
    Sugahara, Yuma, Ouchi, Masami, Lin, Lihwai, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...850...51S)

  44. THE OUTER HALO OF THE MILKY WAY AS PROBED BY RR LYR VARIABLES FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACILITY
    Cohen, Judith G., Sesar, Branimir, Bahnolzer, Sophianna, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849..150C)

  45. ENERGETIC ERUPTIONS LEADING TO A PECULIAR HYDROGEN-RICH EXPLOSION OF A MASSIVE STAR
    Arcavi, Iair, Howell, D. Andrew, Kasen, Daniel, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Natur.551..210A)

  46. K2-114B AND K2-115B: TWO TRANSITING WARM JUPITERS
    Shporer, Avi, Zhou, George, Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..188S)

  47. A SIX-PLANET SYSTEM AROUND THE STAR HD 34445
    Vogt, Steven S., Butler, R. Paul, Burt, Jennifer, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..181V)

  48. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 15 QUASARS AT Z ≳ 6.5
    Mazzucchelli, C., Bañados, E., Venemans, B. P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849...91M)

  49. THE PROPERTIES OF RADIO GALAXIES AND THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENT IN LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURES AT Z ∼ 1
    Shen, Lu, Miller, Neal A., Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472..998S)

  50. SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF LUMINOUS LY Α EMITTERS AT Z ≈ 6-7 AND COMPARISON TO THE LYMAN-BREAK POPULATION
    Matthee, Jorryt, Sobral, David, Darvish, Behnam, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472..772M)

  51. CHRONOS AND KAIROS: MOSFIRE OBSERVATIONS OF POST-STARBURST GALAXIES IN Z ∼ 1 CLUSTERS AND GROUPS
    Lemaux, B. C., Tomczak, A. R., Lubin, L. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472..419L)

  52. AN ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF TURNING OFF AND ON
    Comerford, Julia M., Barrows, R. Scott, Müller-Sánchez, Francisco, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849..102C)

  53. INTERPRETATION OF A VARIABLE REFLECTION NEBULA ASSOCIATED WITH HBC 340 AND HBC 341 IN NGC 1333
    Dahm, S. E., Hillenbrand, L. A.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..177D)

  54. THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM IN [O III]-SELECTED STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 3.2
    Suzuki, Tomoko L., Kodama, Tadayuki, Onodera, Masato, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849...39S)

  55. THREE DECADES OF LOKI PATERA OBSERVATIONS
    de Pater, Imke, de Kleer, Katherine, Davies, Ashley G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..297..265D)

  56. THE MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF RED SEQUENCE GALAXIES IN CLUSTERS SINCE Z ∼ 1
    Cerulo, P., Couch, W. J., Lidman, C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.472..254C)

  57. NEW LOW-MASS ECLIPSING BINARY SYSTEMS IN PRAESEPE DISCOVERED BY K2
    Gillen, Edward, Hillenbrand, Lynne A., David, Trevor J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...849...11G)

  58. UNDERSTANDING EXTREME QUASAR OPTICAL VARIABILITY WITH CRTS - I. MAJOR AGN FLARES
    Graham, Matthew J., Djorgovski, S. G., Drake, Andrew J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.4112G)

  59. ALMA SHOWS THAT GAS RESERVOIRS OF STAR-FORMING DISKS OVER THE PAST 3 BILLION YEARS ARE NOT PREDOMINANTLY MOLECULAR
    Cortese, Luca, Catinella, Barbara, Janowiecki, Steven
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848L...7C)

  60. THE VLT LBG REDSHIFT SURVEY - VI. MAPPING H I IN THE PROXIMITY OF Z ∼ 3 LBGS WITH X-SHOOTER
    Bielby, R. M., Shanks, T., Crighton, N. H. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.2174B)

  61. HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE WITH LATE-TIME HΑ EMISSION: THREE EVENTS FROM THE INTERMEDIATE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Yan, Lin, Lunnan, R., Perley, D. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848....6Y)

  62. CHROMOSPHERIC ACTIVITY OF HAT-P-11: AN UNUSUALLY ACTIVE PLANET-HOSTING K STAR
    Morris, Brett M., Hawley, Suzanne L., Hebb, Leslie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848...58M)

  63. THREE STATISTICALLY VALIDATED K2 TRANSITING WARM JUPITER EXOPLANETS CONFIRMED AS LOW-MASS STARS
    Shporer, Avi, Zhou, George, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847L..18S)

  64. STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN INTERMEDIATE-REDSHIFT CLUSTERS: STELLAR VERSUS DYNAMICAL MASSES OF LUMINOUS COMPACT BLUE GALAXIES
    Randriamampandry, S. M., Crawford, S. M., Bershady, M. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.4382R)

  65. A FAINT FLUX-LIMITED LYΑ EMITTER SAMPLE AT Z ∼ 0.3
    Wold, Isak G. B., Finkelstein, Steven L., Barger, Amy J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848..108W)

  66. COLOR ME INTRIGUED: THE DISCOVERY OF IPTF 16FNM, AN SN 2002CX-LIKE OBJECT
    Miller, A. A., Kasliwal, M. M., Cao, Y., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...848...59M)

  67. COLOR DIFFERENCE MAKES A DIFFERENCE: FOUR PLANET CANDIDATES AROUND Τ CETI
    Feng, F., Tuomi, M., Jones, H. R. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..135F)

  68. BLACK HOLE MASSES OF TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT HOST GALAXIES
    Wevers, Thomas, van Velzen, Sjoert, Jonker, Peter G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.471.1694W)

  69. ROBO-AO KEPLER ASTEROSEISMIC SURVEY. I. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 99 ASTEROSEISMIC KEPLER DWARFS AND SUBGIANTS
    Schonhut-Stasik, Jessica S., Baranec, Christoph, Huber, Daniel, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...97S)

  70. NEPTUNE LONG-LIVED ATMOSPHERIC FEATURES IN 2013-2015 FROM SMALL (28-CM) TO LARGE (10-M) TELESCOPES
    Hueso, R., de Pater, I., Simon, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..295...89H)

  71. H0LICOW - II. SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY AND GALAXY-GROUP IDENTIFICATION OF THE STRONG GRAVITATIONAL LENS SYSTEM HE 0435-1223
    Sluse, D., Sonnenfeld, A., Rumbaugh, N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.4838S)

  72. THE HUNT FOR RED QUASARS: LUMINOUS OBSCURED BLACK HOLE GROWTH UNVEILED IN THE STRIPE 82 X-RAY SURVEY
    LaMassa, Stephanie M., Glikman, Eilat, Brusa, Marcella, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847..100L)

  73. THE YOUNG SUBSTELLAR COMPANION ROXS 12 B: NEAR-INFRARED SPECTRUM, SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE, AND SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT
    Bowler, Brendan P., Kraus, Adam L., Bryan, Marta L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..165B)

  74. FIRST DETECTION OF A STRONG MAGNETIC FIELD ON A BURSTY BROWN DWARF: PUZZLE SOLVED
    Berdyugina, S. V., Harrington, D. M., Kuzmychov, O., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...61B)

  75. THE OMEGAWHITE SURVEY FOR SHORT-PERIOD VARIABLE STARS - IV. DISCOVERY OF THE WARM DQ WHITE DWARF OW J175358.85-310728.9
    Macfarlane, S. A., Woudt, P. A., Dufour, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470..732M)

  76. ARE HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES HOT? TEMPERATURE OF Z > 5 GALAXIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THEIR DUST PROPERTIES
    Faisst, Andreas L., Capak, Peter L., Yan, Lin, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...21F)

  77. SHOCKS AND SPATIALLY OFFSET ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI PRODUCE VELOCITY OFFSETS IN EMISSION LINES
    Comerford, Julia M., Barrows, R. Scott, Greene, Jenny E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...41C)

  78. THE NUSTAR SERENDIPITOUS SURVEY: HUNTING FOR THE MOST EXTREME OBSCURED AGN AT >10 KEV
    Lansbury, G. B., Alexander, D. M., Aird, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...846...20L)

  79. A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF NEARBY MILLISECOND PULSAR PSR J1400-1431: IMPROVED ASTROMETRY AND AN OPTICAL DETECTION OF ITS COOL WHITE DWARF COMPANION
    Swiggum, J. K., Kaplan, D. L., McLaughlin, M. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...25S)

  80. IPTF17CW: AN ENGINE-DRIVEN SUPERNOVA CANDIDATE DISCOVERED INDEPENDENT OF A GAMMA-RAY TRIGGER
    Corsi, A., Cenko, S. B., Kasliwal, M. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...54C)

  81. NO NEON, BUT JETS IN THE REMARKABLE RECURRENT NOVA M31N 2008-12A?—HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE SPECTROSCOPY OF THE 2015 ERUPTION
    Darnley, M. J., Hounsell, R., Godon, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...35D)

  82. SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY ACROSS STELLAR SURFACES. II. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTRA ACROSS HD 209458 (G0 V)
    Dravins, Dainis, Ludwig, Hans-Günter, Dahlén, Erik, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A..91D)

  83. STATISTICAL DETECTION OF THE HE II TRANSVERSE PROXIMITY EFFECT: EVIDENCE FOR SUSTAINED QUASAR ACTIVITY FOR >25 MILLION YEARS
    Schmidt, Tobias M., Worseck, Gabor, Hennawi, Joseph F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...81S)

  84. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES IN THE NUCLEUS OF THE SAGITTARIUS DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Mucciarelli, A., Bellazzini, M., Ibata, R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A..46M)

  85. THREE’S COMPANY: AN ADDITIONAL NON-TRANSITING SUPER-EARTH IN THE BRIGHT HD 3167 SYSTEM, AND MASSES FOR ALL THREE PLANETS
    Christiansen, Jessie L., Vanderburg, Andrew, Burt, Jennifer, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..122C)

  86. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: TRAILS OF SLUGGS GALAXIES IN A MODIFIED SPIN-ELLIPTICITY DIAGRAM
    Bellstedt, Sabine, Graham, Alister W., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.1321B)

  87. EVIDENCE OF ONGOING AGN-DRIVEN FEEDBACK IN A QUIESCENT POST-STARBURST E+A GALAXY
    Baron, Dalya, Netzer, Hagai, Poznanski, Dovi, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.1687B)

  88. THE POST-PERIAPSIS EVOLUTION OF GALACTIC CENTER SOURCE G1: THE SECOND CASE OF A RESOLVED TIDAL INTERACTION WITH A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Witzel, G., Sitarski, B. N., Ghez, A. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...80W)

  89. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF THE GALACTIC BULGE AS TRACED BY MICROLENSED DWARF AND SUBGIANT STARS. VI. AGE AND ABUNDANCE STRUCTURE OF THE STELLAR POPULATIONS IN THE CENTRAL SUB-KPC OF THE MILKY WAY
    Bensby, T., Feltzing, S., Gould, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A..89B)

  90. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: FIRST MEASUREMENT OF NEBULAR OXYGEN ABUNDANCE AT Z > 4
    Shapley, Alice E., Sanders, Ryan L., Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...846L..30S)

  91. MAGNETIC INFLATION AND STELLAR MASS. I. REVISED PARAMETERS FOR THE COMPONENT STARS OF THE KEPLER LOW-MASS ECLIPSING BINARY T-CYG1-12664
    Han, Eunkyu, Muirhead, Philip S., Swift, Jonathan J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..100H)

  92. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. II. PRECISE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF 2025 KEPLER PLANETS AND THEIR HOST STARS
    Johnson, John Asher, Petigura, Erik A., Fulton, Benjamin J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..108J)

  93. THE SECOND DATA RELEASE OF THE KODIAQ SURVEY
    O'Meara, J. M., Lehner, N., Howk, J. C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..114O)

  94. THE FUNDAMENTAL PLANE OF EVOLVING RED NUGGETS
    Oldham, Lindsay, Auger, Matthew, Fassnacht, Christopher D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.470.3497O)

  95. CONSTRAINING ACCRETION SIGNATURES OF EXOPLANETS IN THE TW HYA TRANSITIONAL DISK
    Uyama, Taichi, Tanigawa, Takayuki, Hashimoto, Jun, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...90U)

  96. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. III. A GAP IN THE RADIUS DISTRIBUTION OF SMALL PLANETS
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..109F)

  97. THE CALIFORNIA-KEPLER SURVEY. I. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY OF 1305 STARS HOSTING KEPLER TRANSITING PLANETS
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154..107P)

  98. FIRST SPECTROPOLARIMETRIC MEASUREMENT OF A BROWN DWARF MAGNETIC FIELD IN MOLECULAR BANDS
    Kuzmychov, Oleksii, Berdyugina, Svetlana V., Harrington, David M.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...847...60K)

  99. ALL-SKY CO-MOVING RECOVERY OF NEARBY YOUNG MEMBERS (ACRONYM). II. THE Β PICTORIS MOVING GROUP
    Shkolnik, Evgenya L., Allers, Katelyn N., Kraus, Adam L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...69S)

  100. PROPERTIES OF THE CLOSEST YOUNG BINARIES. I. DF TAU’S UNEQUAL CIRCUMSTELLAR DISK EVOLUTION
    Allen, T. S., Prato, L., Wright-Garba, N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845..161A)

  101. ONCE IN A BLUE MOON: DETECTION OF `BLUING' DURING DEBRIS TRANSITS IN THE WHITE DWARF WD 1145+017
    Hallakoun, N., Xu, S., Maoz, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.3213H)

  102. SYMMETRIC ACHROMATIC VARIABILITY IN ACTIVE GALAXIES: A POWERFUL NEW GRAVITATIONAL LENSING PROBE?
    Vedantham, H. K., Readhead, A. C. S., Hovatta, T., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845...89V)

  103. A COMPANION ON THE PLANET/BROWN DWARF MASS BOUNDARY ON A WIDE ORBIT DISCOVERED BY GRAVITATIONAL MICROLENSING
    Poleski, R., Udalski, A., Bond, I. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604A.103P)

  104. INVESTIGATING THE RELATIVISTIC MOTION OF THE STARS NEAR THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN THE GALACTIC CENTER
    Parsa, M., Eckart, A., Shahzamanian, B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845...22P)

  105. A TALE OF TWO TRANSIENTS: GW 170104 AND GRB 170105A
    Bhalerao, V., Kasliwal, M. M., Bhattacharya, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845..152B)

  106. DEEP IMAGING SEARCH FOR PLANETS FORMING IN THE TW HYA PROTOPLANETARY DISK WITH THE KECK/NIRC2 VORTEX CORONAGRAPH
    Ruane, G., Mawet, D., Kastner, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...73R)

  107. DETECTION OF WATER VAPOR IN THE THERMAL SPECTRUM OF THE NON-TRANSITING HOT JUPITER UPSILON ANDROMEDAE B
    Piskorz, Danielle, Benneke, Björn, Crockett, Nathan R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...78P)

  108. THE FACTORY AND THE BEEHIVE. III. PTFEB132.707+19.810, A LOW-MASS ECLIPSING BINARY IN PRAESEPE OBSERVED BY PTF AND K2
    Kraus, Adam L., Douglas, Stephanie T., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845...72K)

  109. HΑ INTENSITY MAP OF THE REPEATING FAST RADIO BURST FRB 121102 HOST GALAXY FROM SUBARU/KYOTO 3DII AO-ASSISTED OPTICAL INTEGRAL-FIELD SPECTROSCOPY
    Kokubo, Mitsuru, Mitsuda, Kazuma, Sugai, Hajime, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844...95K)

  110. K2 ULTRACOOL DWARFS SURVEY. II. THE WHITE LIGHT FLARE RATE OF YOUNG BROWN DWARFS
    Gizis, John E., Paudel, Rishi R., Mullan, Dermott, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845...33G)

  111. SPATIALLY RESOLVED PATCHY LYΑ EMISSION WITHIN THE CENTRAL KILOPARSEC OF A STRONGLY LENSED QUASAR HOST GALAXY AT Z = 2.8
    Bayliss, Matthew B., Sharon, Keren, Acharyya, Ayan, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845L..14B)

  112. DUST PROPERTIES OF C II DETECTED Z ∼ 5.5 GALAXIES: NEW HST/WFC3 NEAR-IR OBSERVATIONS
    Barisic, I., Faisst, A. L., Capak, P. L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845...41B)

  113. THE LITTLE CUB: DISCOVERY OF AN EXTREMELY METAL-POOR STAR-FORMING GALAXY IN THE LOCAL UNIVERSE
    Hsyu, Tiffany, Cooke, Ryan J., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...845L..22H)

  114. THE [Y/MG] CLOCK WORKS FOR EVOLVED SOLAR METALLICITY STARS
    Slumstrup, D., Grundahl, F., Brogaard, K., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604L...8S)

  115. ABSENCE OF A METALLICITY EFFECT FOR ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS
    Winn, Joshua N., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Rogers, Leslie, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...60W)

  116. SHARP - IV. AN APPARENT FLUX-RATIO ANOMALY RESOLVED BY THE EDGE-ON DISC IN B0712+472
    Hsueh, J. -W., Oldham, L., Spingola, C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.3713H)

  117. THE TWA 3 YOUNG TRIPLE SYSTEM: ORBITS, DISKS, EVOLUTION
    Kellogg, Kendra, Prato, L., Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844..168K)

  118. 3D SHAPE OF ASTEROID (6) HEBE FROM VLT/SPHERE IMAGING: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN OF ORDINARY H CHONDRITES
    Marsset, M., Carry, B., Dumas, C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...604A..64M)

  119. CLUES TO THE NATURE OF SN 2009IP - II. THE CONTINUING PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC EVOLUTION TO 1000 DAYS
    Graham, M. L., Bigley, A., Mauerhan, J. C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469.1559G)

  120. THE BUMPY LIGHT CURVE OF TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA IPTF13Z OVER 3 YEARS
    Nyholm, A., Sollerman, J., Taddia, F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...605A...6N)

  121. INDIVIDUAL DYNAMICAL MASSES OF ULTRACOOL DWARFS
    Dupuy, Trent J., Liu, Michael C.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJS..231...15D)

  122. DISCOVERY OF VARIABLE HYDROGEN BALMER ABSORPTION LINES WITH INVERSE DECREMENT IN PG 1411+442
    Shi, Xi-Heng, Pan, Xiang, Zhang, Shao-Hua, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843L..14S)

  123. ZFIRE: USING HΑ EQUIVALENT WIDTHS TO INVESTIGATE THE IN SITU INITIAL MASS FUNCTION AT Z ˜ 2
    Nanayakkara, Themiya, Glazebrook, Karl, Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3071N)

  124. IPTF16FNL: A FAINT AND FAST TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT IN AN E+A GALAXY
    Blagorodnova, N., Gezari, S., Hung, T., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844...46B)

  125. THE LATE-TIME LIGHT CURVE OF THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA SN 2011FE
    Dimitriadis, G., Sullivan, M., Kerzendorf, W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3798D)

  126. EXTENSIVE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED WITH ULTRA DIFFUSE GALAXIES IN THE COMA CLUSTER
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Abraham, Roberto, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844L..11V)

  127. CHARACTERIZING 51 ERI B FROM 1 TO 5 ΜM: A PARTLY CLOUDY EXOPLANET
    Rajan, Abhijith, Rameau, Julien, De Rosa, Robert J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...10R)

  128. IDENTIFICATION OF PARTIALLY RESOLVED BINARIES IN PAN-STARRS 1 DATA
    Deacon, N. R., Magnier, E. A., Best, William M. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3499D)

  129. THE YOUNG L DWARF 2MASS J11193254-1137466 IS A PLANETARY-MASS BINARY
    Best, William M. J., Liu, Michael C., Dupuy, Trent J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843L...4B)

  130. SUPPRESSED STAR FORMATION BY A MERGING CLUSTER SYSTEM
    Mansheim, A. S., Lemaux, B. C., Tomczak, A. R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.469L..20M)

  131. A PRECISE DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE: REMEASUREMENT OF THE Z = 3.572 ABSORPTION SYSTEM TOWARDS THE QUASAR PKS1937-101
    Riemer-Sørensen, S., Kotuš, S., Webb, J. K., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3239R)

  132. THE MUSCLES TREASURY SURVEY. IV. SCALING RELATIONS FOR ULTRAVIOLET, CA II K, AND ENERGETIC PARTICLE FLUXES FROM M DWARFS
    Youngblood, Allison, France, Kevin, Loyd, R. O. Parke, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843...31Y)

  133. Z ˜ 2: AN EPOCH OF DISK ASSEMBLY
    Simons, Raymond C., Kassin, Susan A., Weiner, Benjamin J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843...46S)

  134. DETERMINING EMPIRICAL STELLAR MASSES AND RADII FROM TRANSITS AND GAIA PARALLAXES AS ILLUSTRATED BY SPITZER OBSERVATIONS OF KELT-11B
    Beatty, Thomas G., Stevens, Daniel J., Collins, Karen A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154...25B)

  135. HERSCHEL AND HUBBLE STUDY OF A LENSED MASSIVE DUSTY STARBURSTING GALAXY AT Z ∼ 3
    Nayyeri, H., Cooray, A., Jullo, E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...844...82N)

  136. H0LICOW - I. H0 LENSES IN COSMOGRAIL'S WELLSPRING: PROGRAM OVERVIEW
    Suyu, S. H., Bonvin, V., Courbin, F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.2590S)

  137. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: DARK MATTER FRACTIONS AT LARGE RADII AND ASSEMBLY EPOCHS OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM GLOBULAR CLUSTER KINEMATICS
    Alabi, Adebusola B., Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.468.3949A)

  138. PTF11KX: A TYPE IA SUPERNOVA WITH HYDROGEN EMISSION PERSISTING AFTER 3.5 YEARS
    Graham, M. L., Harris, C. E., Fox, O. D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843..102G)

  139. A PECULIAR GRB 110731A: LORENTZ FACTOR, JET COMPOSITION, CENTRAL ENGINE, AND PROGENITOR
    Lü, HouJun, Wang, XiangGao, Lu, RuiJing, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...843..114L)

  140. MOA-2016-BLG-227LB: A MASSIVE PLANET CHARACTERIZED BY COMBINING LIGHT-CURVE ANALYSIS AND KECK AO IMAGING
    Koshimoto, N., Shvartzvald, Y., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....154....3K)

  141. OBSERVATIONS OF THE GLOBAL HAZE REDISTRIBUTION ON TITAN FROM 2006 TO 2015 WITH OSIRIS AT KECK
    Ádámkovics, Máté, de Pater, Imke
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..290..134A)

  142. NEARBY YOUNG, ACTIVE, LATE-TYPE DWARFS IN GAIA'S FIRST DATA RELEASE
    Kastner, Joel H., Sacco, Germano, Rodriguez, David, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841...73K)

  143. OBSERVATIONS OF THE MINOR SPECIES AL AND FE IN MERCURY'S EXOSPHERE
    Bida, Thomas A., Killen, Rosemary M.
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..289..227B)

  144. THE COMPLETE CALIBRATION OF THE COLOR-REDSHIFT RELATION (C3R2) SURVEY: SURVEY OVERVIEW AND DATA RELEASE 1
    Masters, Daniel C., Stern, Daniel K., Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841..111M)

  145. THE WEAK FE FLUORESCENCE LINE AND LONG-TERM X-RAY EVOLUTION OF THE COMPTON-THICK ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS IN NGC 7674
    Gandhi, P., Annuar, A., Lansbury, G. B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.4606G)

  146. DISCOVERY OF A LUMINOUS RADIO TRANSIENT 460 PC FROM THE CENTRAL SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN CYGNUS A
    Perley, D. A., Perley, R. A., Dhawan, V., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841..117P)

  147. THE VIEWING GEOMETRY OF BROWN DWARFS INFLUENCES THEIR OBSERVED COLORS AND VARIABILITY AMPLITUDES
    Vos, Johanna M., Allers, Katelyn N., Biller, Beth A.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...842...78V)

  148. A NEW SPECTRAL FEATURE ON THE TRAILING HEMISPHERE OF EUROPA AT 3.78 ΜM
    Trumbo, Samantha K., Brown, Michael E., Fischer, Patrick D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..250T)

  149. A SEARCH FOR LASER EMISSION WITH MEGAWATT THRESHOLDS FROM 5600 FGKM STARS
    Tellis, Nathaniel K., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..251T)

  150. K2-66B AND K2-106B: TWO EXTREMELY HOT SUB-NEPTUNE-SIZE PLANETS WITH HIGH DENSITIES
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..271S)

  151. A SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP PROGRAM OF VERY MASSIVE GALAXIES AT 3 < Z < 4: CONFIRMATION OF SPECTROSCOPIC REDSHIFTS, AND A HIGH FRACTION OF POWERFUL AGNS
    Marsan, Z. Cemile, Marchesini, Danilo, Brammer, Gabriel B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...842...21M)

  152. REVISITING OPTICAL TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENTS WITH IPTF16AXA
    Hung, T., Gezari, S., Blagorodnova, N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...842...29H)

  153. A GIANT PLANET UNDERGOING EXTREME-ULTRAVIOLET IRRADIATION BY ITS HOT MASSIVE-STAR HOST
    Gaudi, B. Scott, Stassun, Keivan G., Collins, Karen A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Natur.546..514G)

  154. NO DIFFERENCE IN ORBITAL PARAMETERS OF RV-DETECTED GIANT PLANETS BETWEEN 0.1 AND 5 AU IN SINGLE VERSUS MULTI-STELLAR SYSTEMS
    Ngo, Henry, Knutson, Heather A., Bryan, Marta L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..242N)

  155. THE BINARY FRACTION OF STARS IN DWARF GALAXIES: THE CASE OF LEO II
    Spencer, Meghin E., Mateo, Mario, Walker, Matthew G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..254S)

  156. THE STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY. III. RADIAL GRADIENTS
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Conroy, Charlie, Villaume, Alexa, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841...68V)

  157. EVOLUTION OF N/O ABUNDANCE RATIOS AND IONIZATION PARAMETERS FROM Z ∼ 0 TO 2 INVESTIGATED BY THE DIRECT TEMPERATURE METHOD*
    Kojima, Takashi, Ouchi, Masami, Nakajima, Kimihiko, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017PASJ...69...44K)

  158. TWO SMALL TRANSITING PLANETS AND A POSSIBLE THIRD BODY ORBITING HD 106315
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Ciardi, David R., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..255C)

  159. NO EVIDENCE FOR FEEDBACK: UNEXCEPTIONAL LOW-IONIZATION WINDS IN HOST GALAXIES OF LOW LUMINOSITY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT REDSHIFT Z ∼ 1
    Yesuf, Hassen M., Koo, David C., Faber, S. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841...83Y)

  160. KIC 4150611: A RARE MULTI-ECLIPSING QUINTUPLE WITH A HYBRID PULSATOR
    Hełminiak, K. G., Ukita, N., Kambe, E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...602A..30H)

  161. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: USING EXTENDED STELLAR KINEMATICS TO DISENTANGLE THE FORMATION HISTORIES OF LOW-MASS S0 GALAXIES
    Bellstedt, Sabine, Forbes, Duncan A., Foster, Caroline, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.4540B)

  162. IO'S LOKI PATERA: MODELING OF THREE BRIGHTENING EVENTS IN 2013-2016
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..289..181D)

  163. MC2: A DEEPER LOOK AT ZWCL 2341.1+0000 WITH BAYESIAN GALAXY CLUSTERING AND WEAK LENSING ANALYSES
    Benson, B., Wittman, D. M., Golovich, N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841....7B)

  164. HAT-P-67B: AN EXTREMELY LOW DENSITY SATURN TRANSITING AN F-SUBGIANT CONFIRMED VIA DOPPLER TOMOGRAPHY
    Zhou, G., Bakos, G. Á., Hartman, J. D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..211Z)

  165. A POTENTIAL RECOILING SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE, CXO J101527.2+625911
    Kim, D. -C., Yoon, Ilsang, Privon, G. C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840...71K)

  166. AN ALMA SURVEY OF SUBMILLIMETER GALAXIES IN THE EXTENDED CHANDRA DEEP FIELD SOUTH: SPECTROSCOPIC REDSHIFTS
    Danielson, A. L. R., Swinbank, A. M., Smail, Ian, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840...78D)

  167. TESTING GENERAL RELATIVITY WITH STELLAR ORBITS AROUND THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN OUR GALACTIC CENTER
    Hees, A., Do, T., Ghez, A. M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017PhRvL.118u1101H)

  168. DISCOVERY AND FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF THE YOUNG TYPE IA SUPERNOVA 2016COJ
    Zheng, WeiKang, Filippenko, Alexei V., Mauerhan, Jon, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841...64Z)

  169. FAR-ULTRAVIOLET TO NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF A NEARBY HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA GAIA16APD
    Yan, Lin, Quimby, R., Gal-Yam, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840...57Y)

  170. OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY AND INITIAL MASS FUNCTION OF Z = 0.4 RED GALAXIES
    Tang, Baitian, Worthey, Guy
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..674T)

  171. CONSTRAINTS ON THE OPTICAL POLARIZATION SOURCE IN THE LUMINOUS NON-BLAZAR QUASAR 3C 323.1 (PG 1545+210) FROM THE PHOTOMETRIC AND POLARIMETRIC VARIABILITY
    Kokubo, Mitsuru
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.3723K)

  172. ANATOMY OF AN ASTEROID BREAKUP: THE CASE OF P/2013 R3
    Jewitt, David, Agarwal, Jessica, Li, Jing, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..223J)

  173. ANISOTROPIC EJECTION FROM ACTIVE ASTEROID P/2010 A2: AN IMPLICATION OF IMPACT SHATTERING ON AN ASTEROID
    Kim, Yoonyoung, Ishiguro, Masateru, Michikami, Tatsuhiro, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..228K)

  174. IMPLICATIONS OF Z ∼ 6 QUASAR PROXIMITY ZONES FOR THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION AND QUASAR LIFETIMES
    Eilers, Anna-Christina, Davies, Frederick B., Hennawi, Joseph F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840...24E)

  175. SPECTROSCOPIC TWIN TO THE HYPERVELOCITY SDO STAR US 708 AND THREE FAST SDB STARS FROM THE HYPER-MUCHFUSS PROJECT
    Ziegerer, E., Heber, U., Geier, S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A..58Z)

  176. REVISITING THE LICK OBSERVATORY SUPERNOVA SEARCH VOLUME-LIMITED SAMPLE: UPDATED CLASSIFICATIONS AND REVISED STRIPPED-ENVELOPE SUPERNOVA FRACTIONS
    Shivvers, Isaac, Modjaz, Maryam, Zheng, WeiKang, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017PASP..129e4201S)

  177. GALACTIC PAL-EONTOLOGY: ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF THE DISRUPTING GLOBULAR CLUSTER PALOMAR 5
    Koch, Andreas, Côté, Patrick
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A..41K)

  178. MID-INFRARED CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION ROXS 42B B
    Daemgen, Sebastian, Todorov, Kamen, Silva, Jasmin, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A..65D)

  179. NEAR-INFRARED MOSFIRE SPECTRA OF DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT 0.2 < Z < 4
    Casey, Caitlin M., Cooray, Asantha, Killi, Meghana, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...840..101C)

  180. VARIABILITY OF JUPITER'S IR H3+ AURORAE DURING JUNO APPROACH
    Moore, L., O'Donoghue, J., Melin, H., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017GeoRL..44.4513M)

  181. KELT-11B: A HIGHLY INFLATED SUB-SATURN EXOPLANET TRANSITING THE V = 8 SUBGIANT HD 93396
    Pepper, Joshua, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Collins, Karen A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..215P)

  182. EPIC 220204960: A QUADRUPLE STAR SYSTEM CONTAINING TWO STRONGLY INTERACTING ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Rappaport, S., Vanderburg, A., Borkovits, T., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.2160R)

  183. AFTER THE FALL: LATE-TIME SPECTROSCOPY OF TYPE IIP SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Pickett, Stephanie, Wheeler, J. Craig, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..369S)

  184. THE EFFECT OF ISM ABSORPTION ON STELLAR ACTIVITY MEASUREMENTS AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR EXOPLANET STUDIES
    Fossati, L., Marcelja, S. E., Staab, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A.104F)

  185. DISCOVERY OF THE MOST METAL-POOR DAMPED LYMAN-Α SYSTEM
    Cooke, Ryan J., Pettini, Max, Steidel, Charles C.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..802C)

  186. DETERMINATION OF ROBUST METALLICITIES FOR METAL-RICH RED GIANT BRANCH STARS. AN APPLICATION TO THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER NGC 6528
    Liu, C., Ruchti, G., Feltzing, S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A..31L)

  187. SIMP J013656.5+093347 IS LIKELY A PLANETARY-MASS OBJECT IN THE CARINA-NEAR MOVING GROUP
    Gagné, Jonathan, Faherty, Jacqueline K., Burgasser, Adam J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...841L...1G)

  188. WR 148: IDENTIFYING THE COMPANION OF AN EXTREME RUNAWAY MASSIVE BINARY*
    Munoz, Melissa, Moffat, Anthony F. J., Hill, Grant M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467.3105M)

  189. A DECADE OF HΑ TRANSITS FOR HD 189733 B: STELLAR ACTIVITY VERSUS ABSORPTION IN THE EXTENDED ATMOSPHERE
    Cauley, P. Wilson, Redfield, Seth, Jensen, Adam G.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..217C)

  190. A MULTIPLY-IMAGED Z ∼ 6.3 LYMAN ALPHA EMITTER CANDIDATE BEHIND ABELL 2261
    Rydberg, Claes-Erik, Zitrin, Adi, Zackrisson, Erik, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..768R)

  191. VOLUMES AND BULK DENSITIES OF FORTY ASTEROIDS FROM ADAM SHAPE MODELING
    Hanuš, J., Viikinkoski, M., Marchis, F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...601A.114H)

  192. THE LCES HIRES/KECK PRECISION RADIAL VELOCITY EXOPLANET SURVEY
    Butler, R. Paul, Vogt, Steven S., Laughlin, Gregory, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..208B)

  193. INTEGRATED AND RESOLVED DUST ATTENUATION IN CLUMPY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT 0.07 < Z < 0.14
    Bassett, Robert, Glazebrook, Karl, Fisher, David B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.467..239B)

  194. MC2: MULTIWAVELENGTH AND DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER ZWCL 0008.8+5215: AN OLDER AND LESS MASSIVE BULLET CLUSTER
    Golovich, Nathan, van Weeren, Reinout J., Dawson, William A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838..110G)

  195. THE GOODS-N JANSKY VLA 10 GHZ PILOT SURVEY: SIZES OF STAR-FORMING ΜJY RADIO SOURCES
    Murphy, Eric J., Momjian, Emmanuel, Condon, James J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...35M)

  196. EXTREME VARIABILITY IN A BROAD ABSORPTION LINE QUASAR
    Stern, Daniel, Graham, Matthew J., Arav, Nahum, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839..106S)

  197. THE COMPOSITION OF COMET C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS) AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY VOLATILE ABUNDANCES AMONG COMETS
    Roth, Nathan X., Gibb, Erika L., Bonev, Boncho P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..168R)

  198. A DIFFERENTIAL ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF VERY METAL-POOR STARS
    O'Malley, Erin M., McWilliam, Andrew, Chaboyer, Brian, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...90O)

  199. ANALYSIS OF A CUSTOM SUPPORT VECTOR MACHINE FOR PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT ESTIMATION AND THE INCLUSION OF GALAXY SHAPE INFORMATION
    Jones, E., Singal, J.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...600A.113J)

  200. MEASUREMENT OF THE SMALL-SCALE STRUCTURE OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM USING CLOSE QUASAR PAIRS
    Rorai, Alberto, Hennawi, Joseph F., Oñorbe, Jose, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...356..418R)

  201. ORBITING CLOUDS OF MATERIAL AT THE KEPLERIAN CO-ROTATION RADIUS OF RAPIDLY ROTATING LOW-MASS WTTS IN UPPER SCO
    Stauffer, John, Collier Cameron, Andrew, Jardine, Moira, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..152S)

  202. A LOW-MASS EXOPLANET CANDIDATE DETECTED BY K2 TRANSITING THE PRAESEPE M DWARF JS 183
    Pepper, Joshua, Gillen, Ed, Parviainen, Hannu, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..177P)

  203. ROTATION OF LATE-TYPE STARS IN PRAESEPE WITH K2
    Rebull, L. M., Stauffer, J. R., Hillenbrand, L. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...92R)

  204. KEPLER-11 IS A SOLAR TWIN: REVISING THE MASSES AND RADII OF BENCHMARK PLANETS VIA PRECISE STELLAR CHARACTERIZATION
    Bedell, Megan, Bean, Jacob L., Meléndez, Jorge, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...94B)

  205. THE NEAR-SURFACE METHANE HUMIDITY ON TITAN
    Lora, Juan M., Ádámkovics, Máté
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..286..270L)

  206. SPECTROSCOPIC EVOLUTION OF DISINTEGRATING PLANETESIMALS: MINUTE TO MONTH VARIABILITY IN THE CIRCUMSTELLAR GAS ASSOCIATED WITH WD 1145+017
    Redfield, Seth, Farihi, Jay, Cauley, P. Wilson, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...42R)

  207. X-RAY-EMITTING ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI FROM Z = 0.6 TO 1.3 IN THE INTERMEDIATE- AND HIGH-DENSITY ENVIRONMENTS OF THE ORELSE SURVEY
    Rumbaugh, N., Lemaux, B. C., Tomczak, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466..496R)

  208. KELT-12B: A P ˜ 5 DAY, HIGHLY INFLATED HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A MILDLY EVOLVED HOT STAR
    Stevens, Daniel J., Collins, Karen A., Gaudi, B. Scott, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..178S)

  209. ON THE RADIAL PROFILE OF GAS-PHASE FE/Α RATIO AROUND DISTANT GALAXIES
    Zahedy, Fakhri S., Chen, Hsiao-Wen, Gauthier, Jean-René, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466.1071Z)

  210. X-RAY TEMPERATURES, LUMINOSITIES, AND MASSES FROM XMM-NEWTON FOLLOW-UPOF THE FIRST SHEAR-SELECTED GALAXY CLUSTER SAMPLE
    Deshpande, Amruta J., Hughes, John P., Wittman, David
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839..124D)

  211. IPTF16GEU: A MULTIPLY IMAGED, GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED TYPE IA SUPERNOVA
    Goobar, A., Amanullah, R., Kulkarni, S. R., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...356..291G)

  212. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF AN ULTRA-FAINT GALAXY AT THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION
    Hoag, Austin, Bradač, Maruša, Trenti, Michele, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017NatAs...1E..91H)

  213. KEPLER-1649B: AN EXO-VENUS IN THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD
    Angelo, Isabel, Rowe, Jason F., Howell, Steve B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..162A)

  214. A MASSIVE, QUIESCENT GALAXY AT A REDSHIFT OF 3.717
    Glazebrook, Karl, Schreiber, Corentin, Labbé, Ivo, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Natur.544...71G)

  215. TRIANGULUM II. NOT ESPECIALLY DENSE AFTER ALL
    Kirby, Evan N., Cohen, Judith G., Simon, Joshua D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...83K)

  216. ZFIRE: THE EVOLUTION OF THE STELLAR MASS TULLY-FISHER RELATION TO REDSHIFT ∼2.2
    Straatman, Caroline M. S., Glazebrook, Karl, Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...839...57S)

  217. THE GREATER TAURUS-AURIGA ECOSYSTEM. I. THERE IS A DISTRIBUTED OLDER POPULATION
    Kraus, Adam L., Herczeg, Gregory J., Rizzuto, Aaron C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838..150K)

  218. SPLIT ACTIVE ASTEROID P/2016 J1 (PANSTARRS)
    Hui, Man-To, Jewitt, David, Du, Xinnan
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..141H)

  219. FOUR SUB-SATURNS WITH DISSIMILAR DENSITIES: WINDOWS INTO PLANETARY CORES AND ENVELOPES
    Petigura, Erik A., Sinukoff, Evan, Lopez, Eric D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..142P)

  220. ENDURANCE OF SN 2005IP AFTER A DECADE: X-RAYS, RADIO AND HΑ LIKE SN 1988Z REQUIRE LONG-LIVED PRE-SUPERNOVA MASS-LOSS
    Smith, Nathan, Kilpatrick, Charles D., Mauerhan, Jon C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.466.3021S)

  221. THE GAPS PROGRAMME WITH HARPS-N AT TNG. XII. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PLANETARY SYSTEM AROUND HD 108874
    Benatti, S., Desidera, S., Damasso, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...599A..90B)

  222. HARD X-RAY-SELECTED AGNS IN LOW-MASS GALAXIES FROM THE NUSTAR SERENDIPITOUS SURVEY
    Chen, C. -T. J., Brandt, W. N., Reines, A. E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837...48C)

  223. [C III] EMISSION IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 1](http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017ApJ...838...63D)
    Du, Xinnan, Shapley, Alice E., Martin, Crystal L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...63D)

  224. IONIZATION AND FEEDBACK IN LYΑ HALOES AROUND TWO RADIO GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 2.5
    Morais, S. G., Humphrey, A., Villar-Martín, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.2698M)

  225. THE HERSCHEL-ATLAS: A SAMPLE OF 500 ΜM-SELECTED LENSED GALAXIES OVER 600 DEG2
    Negrello, M., Amber, S., Amvrosiadis, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3558N)

  226. ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF STELLAR COMPANIONS FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Hirsch, Lea A., Ciardi, David R., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..117H)

  227. AN UPDATE ON MONITORING STELLAR ORBITS IN THE GALACTIC CENTER
    Gillessen, S., Plewa, P. M., Eisenhauer, F., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837...30G)

  228. TIME-RESOLVED HIGH SPECTRAL RESOLUTION OBSERVATION OF 2MASSW J0746425+200032AB
    Wang, Ji, Prato, Lisa, Mawet, Dimitri
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...35W)

  229. [C II] 158-ΜM EMISSION FROM THE HOST GALAXIES OF DAMPED LYMAN-ALPHA SYSTEMS
    Neeleman, Marcel, Kanekar, Nissim, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Sci...355.1285N)

  230. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: A CATALOG OF OVER 4000 GLOBULAR CLUSTER RADIAL VELOCITIES IN 27 NEARBY EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Forbes, Duncan A., Alabi, Adebusola, Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..114F)

  231. DISCOVERY OF WATER AT HIGH SPECTRAL RESOLUTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF 51 PEG B
    Birkby, J. L., de Kok, R. J., Brogi, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153..138B)

  232. KELT-16B: A HIGHLY IRRADIATED, ULTRA-SHORT PERIOD HOT JUPITER NEARING TIDAL DISRUPTION
    Oberst, Thomas E., Rodriguez, Joseph E., Colón, Knicole D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...97O)

  233. H0LICOW - IV. LENS MASS MODEL OF HE 0435-1223 AND BLIND MEASUREMENT OF ITS TIME-DELAY DISTANCE FOR COSMOLOGY
    Wong, Kenneth C., Suyu, Sherry H., Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.4895W)

  234. THE DIVERSITY OF DIFFUSE LYΑ NEBULAE AROUND STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Xue, Rui, Lee, Kyoung-Soo, Dey, Arjun, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..172X)

  235. ON THE PROGENITOR OF THE TYPE IIB SUPERNOVA 2016GKG
    Kilpatrick, Charles D., Foley, Ryan J., Abramson, Louis E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.4650K)

  236. THE COSMOS-[O II] SURVEY: EVOLUTION OF ELECTRON DENSITY WITH STAR FORMATION RATE
    Kaasinen, Melanie, Bian, Fuyan, Groves, Brent, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3220K)

  237. SPIRITS 15C AND SPIRITS 14BUU: TWO OBSCURED SUPERNOVAE IN THE NEARBY STAR-FORMING GALAXY IC 2163
    Jencson, Jacob E., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Johansson, Joel, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..167J)

  238. A SUBMILLIMETER PERSPECTIVE ON THE GOODS FIELDS (SUPER GOODS). I. AN ULTRADEEP SCUBA-2 SURVEY OF THE GOODS-N
    Cowie, L. L., Barger, A. J., Hsu, L. -Y., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..139C)

  239. THE STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY. IV. A SUPER-SALPETER IMF IN THE CENTER OF NGC 1407 FROM NON-PARAMETRIC MODELS
    Conroy, Charlie, van Dokkum, Pieter G., Villaume, Alexa
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..166C)

  240. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: METALLICITY DEPENDENCE OF PAH EMISSION AT HIGH REDSHIFT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR 24 ΜM INFERRED IR LUMINOSITIES AND STAR FORMATION RATES AT Z ˜ 2
    Shivaei, Irene, Reddy, Naveen A., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...837..157S)

  241. SURFACE GRAVITIES FOR 228 M, L, AND T DWARFS IN THE NIRSPEC BROWN DWARF SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY
    Martin, Emily C., Mace, Gregory N., McLean, Ian S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...838...73M)

  242. RED NUGGETS GROW INSIDE-OUT: EVIDENCE FROM GRAVITATIONAL LENSING
    Oldham, Lindsay, Auger, Matthew W., Fassnacht, Christopher D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.3185O)

  243. MEASURING TEMPERATURE AND AMMONIA HYDRATE ICE ON CHARON IN 2015 FROM KECK/OSIRIS SPECTRA
    Holler, B. J., Young, L. A., Buie, M. W., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..284..394H)

  244. SHAPE MODEL OF ASTEROID (130) ELEKTRA FROM OPTICAL PHOTOMETRY AND DISK-RESOLVED IMAGES FROM VLT/SPHERE AND NIRC2/KECK
    Hanuš, J., Marchis, F., Viikinkoski, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...599A..36H)

  245. EVIDENCE FOR STRONG EVOLUTION IN GALAXY ENVIRONMENTAL QUENCHING EFFICIENCY BETWEEN Z = 1.6 AND Z = 0.9
    Nantais, Julie B., Muzzin, Adam, van der Burg, Remco F. J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465L.104N)

  246. GALAXY ENVIRONMENT IN THE 3D-HST FIELDS: WITNESSING THE ONSET OF SATELLITE QUENCHING AT Z ˜ 1-2
    Fossati, M., Wilman, D. J., Mendel, J. T., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..153F)

  247. SG1120-1202: MASS-QUENCHING AS TRACKED BY UV EMISSION IN THE GROUP ENVIRONMENT AT Z=0.37
    Monroe, Jonathan T., Tran, Kim-Vy H., Gonzalez, Anthony H.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836....7M)

  248. LYΑ EMITTERS WITH VERY LARGE LYΑ EQUIVALENT WIDTHS, EW0(LYΑ) ≃ 200-400 Å, AT Z ∼ 2
    Hashimoto, Takuya, Ouchi, Masami, Shimasaku, Kazuhiro, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.1543H)

  249. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). IV. SEVEN TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE PRAESEPE CLUSTER
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...64M)

  250. PTF1 J082340.04+081936.5: A HOT SUBDWARF B STAR WITH A LOW-MASS WHITE DWARF COMPANION IN AN 87-MINUTE ORBIT
    Kupfer, Thomas, van Roestel, Jan, Brooks, Jared, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..131K)

  251. THE NUSTAR SERENDIPITOUS SURVEY: THE 40-MONTH CATALOG AND THE PROPERTIES OF THE DISTANT HIGH-ENERGY X-RAY SOURCE POPULATION
    Lansbury, G. B., Stern, D., Aird, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836...99L)

  252. TWO NEW CALCIUM-RICH GAP TRANSIENTS IN GROUP AND CLUSTER ENVIRONMENTS
    Lunnan, R., Kasliwal, M. M., Cao, Y., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836...60L)

  253. A REVISED HOST GALAXY ASSOCIATION FOR GRB 020819B: A HIGH-REDSHIFT DUSTY STARBURST, NOT A LOW-REDSHIFT GAS-POOR SPIRAL
    Perley, Daniel A., Krühler, Thomas, Schady, Patricia, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465L..89P)

  254. MASS CONSTRAINTS OF THE WASP-47 PLANETARY SYSTEM FROM RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...70S)

  255. PHOTOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF INTERMEDIATE-REDSHIFT TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE OBSERVED BY THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY-II SUPERNOVA SURVEY
    Takanashi, N., Doi, M., Yasuda, N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.465.1274T)

  256. THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF AN EXTRASOLAR KUIPER-BELT-OBJECT
    Xu, S., Zuckerman, B., Dufour, P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836L...7X)

  257. PRECISION STELLAR CHARACTERIZATION OF FGKM STARS USING AN EMPIRICAL SPECTRAL LIBRARY
    Yee, Samuel W., Petigura, Erik A., von Braun, Kaspar
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836...77Y)

  258. ROBO-AO KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. III. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 1629 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Morton, Tim, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...66Z)

  259. TYPE IBN SUPERNOVAE SHOW PHOTOMETRIC HOMOGENEITY AND SPECTRAL DIVERSITY AT MAXIMUM LIGHT
    Hosseinzadeh, Griffin, Arcavi, Iair, Valenti, Stefano, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836..158H)

  260. IPTF DISCOVERY OF THE RAPID “TURN-ON” OF A LUMINOUS QUASAR
    Gezari, S., Hung, T., Cenko, S. B., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..144G)

  261. RESIDUAL GAS AND DUST AROUND TRANSITION OBJECTS AND WEAK T TAURI STARS
    Doppmann, Greg W., Najita, Joan R., Carr, John S.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836..242D)

  262. A CONTINUUM OF ACCRETION BURST BEHAVIOR IN YOUNG STARS OBSERVED BY K2
    Cody, Ann Marie, Hillenbrand, Lynne A., David, Trevor J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836...41C)

  263. C/O AND O/H RATIOS SUGGEST SOME HOT JUPITERS ORIGINATE BEYOND THE SNOW LINE
    Brewer, John M., Fischer, Debra A., Madhusudhan, Nikku
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...83B)

  264. ALMA [C II] 158 ΜM DETECTION OF A REDSHIFT 7 LENSED GALAXY BEHIND RXJ1347.1-1145
    Bradač, Maruša, Garcia-Appadoo, Diego, Huang, Kuang-Han, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836L...2B)

  265. ULTRA-SHORT-PERIOD PLANETS IN K2 WITH COMPANIONS: A DOUBLE TRANSITING SYSTEM FOR EPIC 220674823
    Adams, Elisabeth R., Jackson, Brian, Endl, Michael, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...82A)

  266. NEBULAR EMISSION LINE RATIOS IN Z ≃ 2-3 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES WITH KBSS-MOSFIRE: EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF IONIZATION, EXCITATION, AND NITROGEN-TO-OXYGEN RATIO
    Strom, Allison L., Steidel, Charles C., Rudie, Gwen C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836..164S)

  267. GROUND-BASED DETECTION OF DEUTERATED WATER IN COMET C/2014 Q2 (LOVEJOY) AT IR WAVELENGTHS
    Paganini, L., Mumma, M. J., Gibb, E. L., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836L..25P)

  268. PLANET-INDUCED STELLAR PULSATIONS IN HAT-P-2'S ECCENTRIC SYSTEM
    de Wit, Julien, Lewis, Nikole K., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...836L..17D)

  269. QUASARS PROBING GALAXIES. I. SIGNATURES OF GAS ACCRETION AT REDSHIFT APPROXIMATELY 0.2
    Ho, Stephanie H., Martin, Crystal L., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..267H)

  270. THE KEPLER FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATION PROGRAM. I. A CATALOG OF COMPANIONS TO KEPLER STARS FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING
    Furlan, E., Ciardi, D. R., Everett, M. E., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...71F)

  271. CONFINED DENSE CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL SURROUNDING A REGULAR TYPE II SUPERNOVA
    Yaron, O., Perley, D. A., Gal-Yam, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017NatPh..13..510Y)

  272. A TRANSIENT TRANSIT SIGNATURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE YOUNG STAR RIK-210
    David, Trevor J., Petigura, Erik A., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..168D)

  273. COMMON ENVELOPE EJECTION FOR A LUMINOUS RED NOVA IN M101
    Blagorodnova, N., Kotak, R., Polshaw, J., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..107B)

  274. THE 2008 OUTBURST IN THE YOUNG STELLAR SYSTEM Z CMA. III. MULTI-EPOCH HIGH-ANGULAR RESOLUTION IMAGES AND SPECTRA OF THE COMPONENTS IN NEAR-INFRARED
    Bonnefoy, M., Chauvin, G., Dougados, C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017A&A...597A..91B)

  275. ON THE EARLY-TIME EXCESS EMISSION IN HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE
    Vreeswijk, Paul M., Leloudas, Giorgos, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835...58V)

  276. A SUBMILLIMETER PERSPECTIVE ON THE GOODS FIELDS. II. THE HIGH RADIO POWER POPULATION IN THE GOODS-N
    Barger, A. J., Cowie, L. L., Owen, F. N., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835...95B)

  277. RADAR OBSERVATIONS AND SHAPE MODEL OF ASTEROID 16 PSYCHE
    Shepard, Michael K., Richardson, James, Taylor, Patrick A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Icar..281..388S)

  278. ON THE BLACK HOLE MASS OF THE Γ-RAY EMITTING NARROW-LINE SEYFERT 1 GALAXY 1H 0323+342
    Landt, H., Ward, M. J., Baloković, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.2565L)

  279. STAR FORMATION IN THE CLUSTER MERGER DLSCL J0916.2+2953
    Mansheim, A. S., Lemaux, B. C., Dawson, W. A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..205M)

  280. ASPHERICITY, INTERACTION, AND DUST IN THE TYPE II-P/II-L SUPERNOVA 2013EJ IN MESSIER 74
    Mauerhan, Jon C., Van Dyk, Schuyler D., Johansson, Joel, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..118M)

  281. NUSTAR OBSERVATIONS OF WISE J1036+0449, A GALAXY AT Z~1 OBSCURED BY HOT DUST
    Ricci, C., Assef, R. J., Stern, D., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835..105R)

  282. CARMA OBSERVATIONS OF MASSIVE PLANCK -DISCOVERED CLUSTER CANDIDATES AT Z ≳ 0.5 ASSOCIATED WITH WISE OVERDENSITIES: BREAKING THE SIZE-FLUX DEGENERACY
    Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, C., Chary, R. R., Muchovej, S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.2378R)

  283. K2-99: A SUBGIANT HOSTING A TRANSITING WARM JUPITER IN AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT AND A LONG-PERIOD COMPANION
    Smith, A. M. S., Gandolfi, D., Barragán, O., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.2708S)

  284. REFINED SYSTEM PARAMETERS AND TTV STUDY OF TRANSITING EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM HAT-P-20
    Sun, Leilei, Gu, Shenghong, Wang, Xiaobin, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...28S)

  285. THE CASE FOR ELECTRON RE-ACCELERATION AT GALAXY CLUSTER SHOCKS
    van Weeren, Reinout J., Andrade-Santos, Felipe, Dawson, William A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017NatAs...1E...5V)

  286. SCEXAO AND GPI Y JHBAND PHOTOMETRY AND INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY OF THE YOUNG BROWN DWARF COMPANION TO HD 1160
    Garcia, E. Victor, Currie, Thayne, Guyon, Olivier, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..162G)

  287. SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF EUROPA’S LARGE-SCALE COMPOSITIONAL UNITS AT 3-4 ΜM WITH KECK NIRSPEC
    Fischer, P. D., Brown, M. E., Trumbo, S. K., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...13F)

  288. A DIRECT LOCALIZATION OF A FAST RADIO BURST AND ITS HOST
    Chatterjee, S., Law, C. J., Wharton, R. S., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017Natur.541...58C)

  289. THE DEPLETION OF WATER DURING DISPERSAL OF PLANET-FORMING DISK REGIONS
    Banzatti, A., Pontoppidan, K. M., Salyk, C., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..152B)

  290. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: AGN MULTI-WAVELENGTH IDENTIFICATION, SELECTION BIASES, AND HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES
    Azadi, Mojegan, Coil, Alison L., Aird, James, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...835...27A)

  291. PROBABILITY OF THE PHYSICAL ASSOCIATION OF 104 BLENDED COMPANIONS TO KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST USING VISIBLE AND NEAR-INFRARED ADAPTIVE OPTICS PHOTOMETRY
    Atkinson, Dani, Baranec, Christoph, Ziegler, Carl, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...25A)

  292. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INNER DISK AROUND HD 141569 A FROM KECK/NIRC2 L-BAND VORTEX CORONAGRAPHY
    Mawet, Dimitri, Choquet, Élodie, Absil, Olivier, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...44M)

  293. THE W. M. KECK OBSERVATORY INFRARED VORTEX CORONAGRAPH AND A FIRST IMAGE OF HIP 79124 B
    Serabyn, E., Huby, E., Matthews, K., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...43S)

  294. STRONG LENSING ANALYSIS OF THE GALAXY CLUSTER MACS J1319.9+7003 AND THE DISCOVERY OF A SHELL GALAXY
    Zitrin, Adi
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834...45Z)

  295. [LYΑ AND C III] EMISSION IN Z = 7-9 GALAXIES: ACCELERATED REIONIZATION AROUND LUMINOUS STAR-FORMING SYSTEMS?](http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2017MNRAS.464..469S)
    Stark, Daniel P., Ellis, Richard S., Charlot, Stéphane, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464..469S)

  296. MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT 1.5 < Z < 2.5. I. EVOLUTION OF STRUCTURAL AND DYNAMICAL PROPERTIES
    Belli, Sirio, Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834...18B)

  297. OGLE-2012-BLG-0950LB: THE FIRST PLANET MASS MEASUREMENT FROM ONLY MICROLENS PARALLAX AND LENS FLUX
    Koshimoto, N., Udalski, A., Beaulieu, J. P., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153....1K)

  298. EPIC 201702477B: A TRANSITING BROWN DWARF FROM K2 IN A 41 DAY ORBIT
    Bayliss, D., Hojjatpanah, S., Santerne, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...15B)

  299. ZFIRE: SIMILAR STELLAR GROWTH IN HΑ-EMITTING CLUSTER AND FIELD GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2
    Tran, Kim-Vy H., Alcorn, Leo Y., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834..101T)

  300. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT) - II. A `SUPER-EARTH' ORBITING A YOUNG K DWARF IN THE PLEIADES NEIGHBOURHOOD
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Rizzuto, A., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464..850G)

  301. NEAR-INFRARED EMISSION SPECTRUM OF WASP-103B USING HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE/WIDE FIELD CAMERA 3
    Cartier, Kimberly M. S., Beatty, Thomas G., Zhao, Ming, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...34C)

  302. CHEMISTRY AND KINEMATICS OF THE LATE-FORMING DWARF IRREGULAR GALAXIES LEO A, AQUARIUS, AND SAGITTARIUS DIG
    Kirby, Evan N., Rizzi, Luca, Held, Enrico V., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834....9K)

  303. DOES A DIFFERENTIATED, CARBONATE-RICH, ROCKY OBJECT POLLUTE THE WHITE DWARF SDSS J104341.53+085558.2?
    Melis, Carl, Dufour, P.
    2017, refereed (2017ApJ...834....1M)

  304. PLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS (PALMS). VI. DISCOVERY OF A REMARKABLY RED PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION TO THE AB DOR MOVING GROUP CANDIDATE 2MASS J22362452+4751425*
    Bowler, Brendan P., Liu, Michael C., Mawet, Dimitri, et al.
    2017, refereed (2017AJ....153...18B)

  305. THE VOLUMETRIC RATE OF SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE AT Z ∼ 1
    Prajs, S., Sullivan, M., Smith, M., et al.
    2017, refereed (2017MNRAS.464.3568P)

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  1. DO SOME AGN LACK X-RAY EMISSION?
    Simmonds, C., Bauer, F. E., Thuan, T. X., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...596A..64S)

  2. SN 2012AA: A TRANSIENT BETWEEN TYPE IBC CORE-COLLAPSE AND SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE
    Roy, R., Sollerman, J., Silverman, J. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...596A..67R)

  3. THE ORBIT AND MASS OF THE THIRD PLANET IN THE KEPLER-56 SYSTEM
    Otor, Oderah Justin, Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..165O)

  4. KEPLER-21B: A ROCKY PLANET AROUND A V = 8.25 MAGNITUDE STAR
    López-Morales, Mercedes, Haywood, Raphaëlle D., Coughlin, Jeffrey L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..204L)

  5. EVIDENCE FOR THE DIRECT DETECTION OF THE THERMAL SPECTRUM OF THE NON-TRANSITING HOT GAS GIANT HD 88133 B
    Piskorz, Danielle, Benneke, Björn, Crockett, Nathan R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832..131P)

  6. ABUNDANCE DERIVATIONS FOR THE SECONDARY STARS IN CATACLYSMIC VARIABLES FROM NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Harrison, Thomas E.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...14H)

  7. PORTRAIT OF A DARK HORSE: A PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF THE ULTRA-FAINT MILKY WAY SATELLITE PEGASUS III
    Kim, Dongwon, Jerjen, Helmut, Geha, Marla, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...16K)

  8. THE BURSTY STAR FORMATION HISTORIES OF LOW-MASS GALAXIES AT 0.4 < Z < 1 REVEALED BY STAR FORMATION RATES MEASURED FROM HΒ AND FUV
    Guo, Yicheng, Rafelski, Marc, Faber, S. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...37G)

  9. THE COS-HALOS SURVEY: ORIGINS OF THE HIGHLY IONIZED CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Werk, Jessica K., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Cantalupo, Sebastiano, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...54W)

  10. A REVERSE SHOCK IN GRB 160509A
    Laskar, Tanmoy, Alexander, Kate D., Berger, Edo, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...88L)

  11. PREDOMINANTLY LOW METALLICITIES MEASURED IN A STRATIFIED SAMPLE OF LYMAN LIMIT SYSTEMS AT Z=3.7
    Glidden, Ana, Cooper, Thomas J., Cooksey, Kathy L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833..270G)

  12. THE COSMIC EVOLUTION OF THE METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION OF IONIZED GAS TRACED BY LYMAN LIMIT SYSTEMS
    Lehner, Nicolas, O'Meara, John M., Howk, J. Christopher, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833..283L)

  13. SOLAR ABUNDANCES OF ROCK-FORMING ELEMENTS, EXTREME OXYGEN AND HYDROGEN IN A YOUNG POLLUTED WHITE DWARF
    Farihi, J., Koester, D., Zuckerman, B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.3186F)

  14. A MASSIVE, QUIESCENT, POPULATION II GALAXY AT A REDSHIFT OF 2.1
    Kriek, Mariska, Conroy, Charlie, van Dokkum, Pieter G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.540..248K)

  15. THE HAWAII INFRARED PARALLAX PROGRAM. II. YOUNG ULTRACOOL FIELD DWARFS
    Liu, Michael C., Dupuy, Trent J., Allers, Katelyn N.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833...96L)

  16. THE REST-FRAME OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF LYALPHA-EMITTERS AT Z~2.5: THE PHYSICAL ORIGINS OF STRONG LYALPHA EMISSION
    Trainor, Ryan F., Strom, Allison L., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832..171T)

  17. HΑ-ACTIVITY AND AGES FOR STARS IN THE SARG SURVEY
    Sissa, E., Gratton, R., Desidera, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...596A..76S)

  18. A 1.9 EARTH RADIUS ROCKY PLANET AND THE DISCOVERY OF A NON-TRANSITING PLANET IN THE KEPLER-20 SYSTEM
    Buchhave, Lars A., Dressing, Courtney D., Dumusque, Xavier, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..160B)

  19. K2-97B: A (RE-?)INFLATED PLANET ORBITING A RED GIANT STAR
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Huber, Daniel, Gaidos, Eric J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..185G)

  20. HAT-P-65B AND HAT-P-66B: TWO TRANSITING INFLATED HOT JUPITERS AND OBSERVATIONAL EVIDENCE FOR THE REINFLATION OF CLOSE-IN GIANT PLANETS
    Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., Bhatti, W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..182H)

  21. THE FREQUENCY OF BINARY STAR INTERLOPERS AMONGST TRANSITIONAL DISCS
    Ruíz-Rodríguez, D., Ireland, M., Cieza, L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.3829R)

  22. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. VI. DISCOVERY OF A MASS, AGE, AND METALLICITY BENCHMARK BROWN DWARF
    Crepp, Justin R., Gonzales, Erica J., Bechter, Eric B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..136C)

  23. RUNAWAY DWARF CARBON STARS AS CANDIDATE SUPERNOVA EJECTA
    Plant, Kathryn A., Margon, Bruce, Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...833..232P)

  24. TIME VARIABILITY OF IO'S VOLCANIC ACTIVITY FROM NEAR-IR ADAPTIVE OPTICS OBSERVATIONS ON 100 NIGHTS IN 2013-2015
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..280..378D)

  25. OPTICAL AND ULTRAVIOLET OBSERVATIONS OF THE VERY YOUNG TYPE IIP SN 2014CX IN NGC 337
    Huang, Fang, Wang, Xiaofeng, Zampieri, Luca, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832..139H)

  26. K2 DISCOVERS A BUSY BEE: AN UNUSUAL TRANSITING NEPTUNE FOUND IN THE BEEHIVE CLUSTER
    Obermeier, Christian, Henning, Thomas, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..223O)

  27. THE 3-4 ΜM SPECTRA OF JUPITER TROJAN ASTEROIDS
    Brown, M. E.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..159B)

  28. SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF IO'S VOLCANIC ACTIVITY FROM NEAR-IR ADAPTIVE OPTICS OBSERVATIONS ON 100 NIGHTS IN 2013-2015
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..280..405D)

  29. DISCOVERY OF A POSSIBLE COOL WHITE DWARF COMPANION FROM THE ALLWISE MOTION SURVEY
    Fajardo-Acosta, Sergio B., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Schneider, Adam C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...62F)

  30. SN2002ES-LIKE SUPERNOVAE FROM DIFFERENT VIEWING ANGLES
    Cao, Yi, Kulkarni, S. R., Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...86C)

  31. MC2: DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER MACS J1149.5+2223
    Golovich, Nathan, Dawson, William A., Wittman, David, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..110G)

  32. ALMA OBSERVATIONS OF LYΑ BLOB 1: HALO SUBSTRUCTURE ILLUMINATED FROM WITHIN
    Geach, J. E., Narayanan, D., Matsuda, Y., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...37G)

  33. ABSORPTION-LINE SPECTROSCOPY OF GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED GALAXIES: FURTHER CONSTRAINTS ON THE ESCAPE FRACTION OF IONIZING PHOTONS AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Leethochawalit, Nicha, Jones, Tucker A., Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..152L)

  34. THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF SUBMILLIMETER GALAXIES. I. FIRST RESULTS FROM A RADIO-IDENTIFIED SAMPLE
    Fu, Hai, Hennawi, J. F., Prochaska, J. X., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...52F)

  35. TRACING SLOW WINDS FROM T TAURI STARS VIA LOW-VELOCITY FORBIDDEN LINE EMISSION
    Simon, M. N., Pascucci, I., Edwards, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..169S)

  36. THE LYMAN CONTINUUM ESCAPE FRACTION OF THE COSMIC HORSESHOE: A TEST OF INDIRECT ESTIMATES
    Vasei, Kaveh, Siana, Brian, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831...38V)

  37. THE EVOLUTION OF THE FAINT END OF THE UV LUMINOSITY FUNCTION DURING THE PEAK EPOCH OF STAR FORMATION (1 < Z < 3)
    Alavi, Anahita, Siana, Brian, Richard, Johan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...56A)

  38. ROTATION IN THE PLEIADES WITH K2. III. SPECULATIONS ON ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION
    Stauffer, John, Rebull, Luisa, Bouvier, Jerome, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..115S)

  39. SN REFSDAL: CLASSIFICATION AS A LUMINOUS AND BLUE SN 1987A-LIKE TYPE II SUPERNOVA
    Kelly, P. L., Brammer, G., Selsing, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..205K)

  40. THE XMM CLUSTER SURVEY: EVOLUTION OF THE VELOCITY DISPERSION-TEMPERATURE RELATION OVER HALF A HUBBLE TIME
    Wilson, Susan, Hilton, Matt, Rooney, Philip J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463..413W)

  41. AT THE SURVEY LIMITS: DISCOVERY OF THE AQUARIUS 2 DWARF GALAXY IN THE VST ATLAS AND THE SDSS DATA
    Torrealba, G., Koposov, S. E., Belokurov, V., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463..712T)

  42. OBSERVATIONS OF METALS IN THE Z ≈ 3.5 INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AND COMPARISON TO THE EAGLE SIMULATIONS
    Turner, Monica L., Schaye, Joop, Crain, Robert A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462.2440T)

  43. CONTAMINATION FROM A NEARBY STAR CANNOT EXPLAIN THE ANOMALOUS TRANSMISSION SPECTRUM OF THE ULTRASHORT PERIOD GIANT PLANET WASP-103 B
    Southworth, John, Evans, Daniel F.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463...37S)

  44. THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD. XXXVII: THE MASS-LUMINOSITY RELATION FOR MAIN-SEQUENCE M DWARFS
    Benedict, G. F., Henry, T. J., Franz, O. G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..141B)

  45. DETAILED ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF A METAL-POOR GIANT IN THE GALACTIC CENTER
    Ryde, N., Fritz, T. K., Rich, R. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831...40R)

  46. RADIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ISM GAS-PHASE METALLICITY IN CLASH CLUSTERS AT Z ~ 0.35: A NEW OUTLOOK ON ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ON GALAXY EVOLUTION
    Gupta, Anshu, Yuan, Tiantian, Tran, Kim-Vy H., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..104G)

  47. THE ORIGIN OF DOUBLE-PEAKED NARROW LINES IN ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI. II. KINEMATIC CLASSIFICATIONS FOR THE POPULATION AT Z < 0.1
    Nevin, R., Comerford, J., Müller-Sánchez, F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...832...67N)

  48. THE ERUPTION OF THE CANDIDATE YOUNG STAR ASASSN-15QI
    Herczeg, Gregory J., Dong, Subo, Shappee, Benjamin J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831..133H)

  49. WISEP J060738.65+242953.4: A NEARBY POLE-ON L8 BROWN DWARF WITH RADIO EMISSION
    Gizis, John E., Williams, Peter K. G., Burgasser, Adam J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..123G)

  50. A HARD IONIZING SPECTRUM IN Z = 3-4 LYΑ EMITTERS WITH INTENSE [O III] EMISSION: ANALOGS OF GALAXIES IN THE REIONIZATION ERA?
    Nakajima, Kimihiko, Ellis, Richard S., Iwata, Ikuru, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831L...9N)

  51. SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERISATION OF MICROLENSING EVENTS. TOWARDS A NEW INTERPRETATION OF OGLE-2011-BLG-0417
    Santerne, A., Beaulieu, J. -P., Rojas Ayala, B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...595L..11S)

  52. IROCKS: SPATIALLY RESOLVED KINEMATICS OF Z ∼ 1 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Mieda, Etsuko, Wright, Shelley A., Larkin, James E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831...78M)

  53. SHARP - II. MASS STRUCTURE IN STRONG LENSES IS NOT NECESSARILY DARK MATTER SUBSTRUCTURE: A FLUX RATIO ANOMALY FROM AN EDGE-ON DISC IN B1555+375
    Hsueh, J. -W., Fassnacht, C. D., Vegetti, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463L..51H)

  54. SHARP - III. FIRST USE OF ADAPTIVE-OPTICS IMAGING TO CONSTRAIN COSMOLOGY WITH GRAVITATIONAL LENS TIME DELAYS
    Chen, Geoff C. -F., Suyu, Sherry H., Wong, Kenneth C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462.3457C)

  55. AN OPTICAL AND NEAR-INFRARED STUDY OF THE TYPE IA/IIN SUPERNOVA PS15SI
    Kilpatrick, Charles D., Andrews, Jennifer E., Smith, Nathan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463.1088K)

  56. EMERGING TRENDS AND A COMET TAXONOMY BASED ON THE VOLATILE CHEMISTRY MEASURED IN THIRTY COMETS WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY BETWEEN 1997 AND 2013
    Dello Russo, Neil, Kawakita, Hideyo, Vervack, Ronald J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..278..301D)

  57. THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS OF SOLAR TWINS IN THE OPEN CLUSTER M67
    Liu, F., Asplund, M., Yong, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.463..696L)

  58. C/O AND MG/SI RATIOS OF STARS IN THE SOLAR NEIGHBORHOOD
    Brewer, John M., Fischer, Debra A.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831...20B)

  59. THE PAN-STARRS1 DISTANT Z > 5.6 QUASAR SURVEY: MORE THAN 100 QUASARS WITHIN THE FIRST GYR OF THE UNIVERSE
    Bañados, E., Venemans, B. P., Decarli, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..227...11B)

  60. LOW-METALLICITY ABSORBERS ACCOUNT FOR HALF OF THE DENSE CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS AT Z ≲ 1
    Wotta, Christopher B., Lehner, Nicolas, Howk, J. Christopher, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...831...95W)

  61. LIMITS ON PLANETARY COMPANIONS FROM DOPPLER SURVEYS OF NEARBY STARS
    Howard, Andrew W., Fulton, Benjamin J.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128k4401H)

  62. G64-12 AND G64-37 ARE CARBON-ENHANCED METAL-POOR STARS
    Placco, Vinicius M., Beers, Timothy C., Reggiani, Henrique, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829L..24P)

  63. A STUDY OF RO-VIBRATIONAL OH EMISSION FROM HERBIG AE/BE STARS
    Brittain, Sean D., Najita, Joan R., Carr, John S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830..112B)

  64. THE KINEMATICS OF C IV IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ≈ 1.2
    Du, Xinnan, Shapley, Alice E., Martin, Crystal L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829...64D)

  65. KINEMATIC DOWNSIZING AT Z ∼ 2
    Simons, Raymond C., Kassin, Susan A., Trump, Jonathan R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...14S)

  66. A DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE KEPLER-80 SYSTEM OF FIVE TRANSITING PLANETS
    MacDonald, Mariah G., Ragozzine, Darin, Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152..105M)

  67. AN IMPROVED DISTANCE AND MASS ESTIMATE FOR SGR A* FROM A MULTISTAR ORBIT ANALYSIS
    Boehle, A., Ghez, A. M., Schödel, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...17B)

  68. HOST-GALAXY PROPERTIES OF 32 LOW-REDSHIFT SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Perley, D. A., Quimby, R. M., Yan, L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...13P)

  69. QUASARS PROBING QUASARS. VIII. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM SURROUNDING Z ~ 2-3 MASSIVE GALAXIES HOSTING QUASARS
    Lau, Marie Wingyee, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Hennawi, Joseph F.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226...25L)

  70. OPTICAL IDENTIFICATION OF CEPHEIDS IN 19 HOST GALAXIES OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE AND NGC 4258 WITH THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
    Hoffmann, Samantha L., Macri, Lucas M., Riess, Adam G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...10H)

  71. TESTING THE BINARY TRIGGER HYPOTHESIS IN FUORS
    Green, Joel D., Kraus, Adam L., Rizzuto, Aaron C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...29G)

  72. RADIO OBSERVATIONS OF A SAMPLE OF BROAD-LINE TYPE IC SUPERNOVAE DISCOVERED BY PTF/IPTF: A SEARCH FOR RELATIVISTIC EXPLOSIONS
    Corsi, A., Gal-Yam, A., Kulkarni, S. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...42C)

  73. BORON ABUNDANCES ACROSS THE “LI-BE DIP” IN THE HYADES CLUSTER
    Boesgaard, Ann Merchant, Lum, Michael G., Deliyannis, Constantine P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...49B)

  74. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF THE DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY D0994+71 AS A MEMBER OF THE M81 GROUP OF GALAXIES
    Toloba, Elisa, Sand, David, Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830L..21T)

  75. THE PRIMORDIAL DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE OF THE MOST METAL-POOR DAMPED LYMAN-Α SYSTEM
    Cooke, Ryan J., Pettini, Max, Nollett, Kenneth M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830..148C)

  76. ELEMENT ABUNDANCES IN A GAS-RICH GALAXY AT Z = 5: CLUES TO THE EARLY CHEMICAL ENRICHMENT OF GALAXIES
    Morrison, Sean, Kulkarni, Varsha P., Som, Debopam, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830..158M)

  77. NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE SVS 13 MICROJET AND BOW SHOCK BUBBLE
    Gardner, Carl L., Jones, Jeremiah R., Hodapp, Klaus W.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830..113G)

  78. THE NATURE OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI WITH VELOCITY OFFSET EMISSION LINES
    Müller-Sánchez, F., Comerford, J., Stern, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...50M)

  79. A HIGH FRACTION OF LYΑ EMITTERS AMONG GALAXIES WITH EXTREME EMISSION LINE RATIOS AT Z ~2
    Erb, Dawn K., Pettini, Max, Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...52E)

  80. THREE TEMPERATE NEPTUNES ORBITING NEARBY STARS
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Howard, Andrew W., Weiss, Lauren M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...46F)

  81. BRINGING “THE MOTH” TO LIGHT: A PLANET-SCULPTING SCENARIO FOR THE HD 61005 DEBRIS DISK
    Esposito, Thomas M., Fitzgerald, Michael P., Graham, James R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...85E)

  82. THE CHARA ARRAY RESOLVES THE LONG-PERIOD WOLF-RAYET BINARIES WR 137 AND WR 138
    Richardson, Noel D., Shenar, Tomer, Roy-Loubier, Olivier, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.4115R)

  83. A QUINTUPLE STAR SYSTEM CONTAINING TWO ECLIPSING BINARIES
    Rappaport, S., Lehmann, H., Kalomeni, B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462.1812R)

  84. PROGRESSIVE REDSHIFTS IN THE LATE-TIME SPECTRA OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Black, C. S., Fesen, R. A., Parrent, J. T.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462..649B)

  85. MUSE SEARCHES FOR GALAXIES NEAR VERY METAL-POOR GAS CLOUDS AT Z ∼ 3: NEW CONSTRAINTS FOR COLD ACCRETION MODELS
    Fumagalli, Michele, Cantalupo, Sebastiano, Dekel, Avishai, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.462.1978F)

  86. SPARSE APERTURE MASKING INTERFEROMETRY SURVEY OF TRANSITIONAL DISCS. SEARCH FOR SUBSTELLAR-MASS COMPANIONS AND ASYMMETRIES IN THEIR PARENT DISCS
    Willson, M., Kraus, S., Kluska, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...595A...9W)

  87. THE INTERNATIONAL DEEP PLANET SURVEY. II. THE FREQUENCY OF DIRECTLY IMAGED GIANT EXOPLANETS WITH STELLAR MASS
    Galicher, R., Marois, C., Macintosh, B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...594A..63G)

  88. A SEARCH FOR STELLAR-MASS BLACK HOLES VIA ASTROMETRIC MICROLENSING
    Lu, J. R., Sinukoff, E., Ofek, E. O., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...830...41L)

  89. CARBON STARS IN THE SATELLITES AND HALO OF M31
    Hamren, Katherine, Beaton, Rachael L., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...15H)

  90. A NEW DISTORTION SOLUTION FOR NIRC2 ON THE KECK II TELESCOPE
    Service, M., Lu, J. R., Campbell, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128i5004S)

  91. THE ORBIT AND SIZE OF (87) SYLVIA'S ROMULUS FROM THE 2015 APPARITION
    Drummond, Jack D., Reynolds, Odell R., Buckman, Miles D.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..276..107D)

  92. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). III. A SHORT-PERIOD PLANET ORBITING A PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE STAR IN THE UPPER SCORPIUS OB ASSOCIATION
    Mann, Andrew W., Newton, Elisabeth R., Rizzuto, Aaron C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...61M)

  93. THE METAL ABUNDANCES ACROSS COSMIC TIME (MACT) SURVEY. I. OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY IN THE SUBARU DEEP FIELD
    Ly, Chun, Malhotra, Sangeeta, Malkan, Matthew A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226....5L)

  94. DIRECT IMAGING DISCOVERY OF A SECOND PLANET CANDIDATE AROUND THE POSSIBLY TRANSITING PLANET HOST CVSO 30
    Schmidt, T. O. B., Neuhäuser, R., Briceño, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...593A..75S)

  95. MULTI-WAVELENGTH LENS RECONSTRUCTION OF A PLANCK AND HERSCHEL-DETECTED STAR-BURSTING GALAXY
    Timmons, Nicholas, Cooray, Asantha, Riechers, Dominik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829...21T)

  96. RADIAL VELOCITY MONITORING OF KEPLER HEARTBEAT STARS
    Shporer, Avi, Fuller, Jim, Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829...34S)

  97. A GIANT LYΑ NEBULA IN THE CORE OF AN X-RAY CLUSTER AT Z = 1.99: IMPLICATIONS FOR EARLY ENERGY INJECTION
    Valentino, Francesco, Daddi, Emanuele, Finoguenov, Alexis, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829...53V)

  98. FAMILIES OF PLAUSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO THE PUZZLE OF BOYAJIAN’S STAR
    Wright, Jason T., Sigurdsson, Steinn
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...829L...3W)

  99. A SOLAR-PUMPED FLUORESCENCE MODEL FOR LINE-BY-LINE EMISSION INTENSITIES IN THE B-X, A-X, AND X-X BAND SYSTEMS OF 12C14N
    Paganini, L., Mumma, M. J.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226....3P)

  100. ULTRA-DEEP K S-BAND IMAGING OF THE HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS
    Brammer, Gabriel B., Marchesini, Danilo, Labbé, Ivo, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226....6B)

  101. THE CONNECTION BETWEEN REDDENING, GAS COVERING FRACTION, AND THE ESCAPE OF IONIZING RADIATION AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Reddy, Naveen A., Steidel, Charles C., Pettini, Max, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828..108R)

  102. THE AGE OF THE YOUNG BULGE-LIKE POPULATION IN THE STELLAR SYSTEM TERZAN 5: LINKING THE GALACTIC BULGE TO THE HIGH-Z UNIVERSE
    Ferraro, F. R., Massari, D., Dalessandro, E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...75F)

  103. THE METAL ABUNDANCES ACROSS COSMIC TIME (MACT) SURVEY. II. EVOLUTION OF THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATION OVER 8 BILLION YEARS, USING [OIII]4363AA-BASED METALLICITIES
    Ly, Chun, Malkan, Matthew A., Rigby, Jane R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...67L)

  104. A HIGH STELLAR VELOCITY DISPERSION AND ∼100 GLOBULAR CLUSTERS FOR THE ULTRA-DIFFUSE GALAXY DRAGONFLY 44
    van Dokkum, Pieter, Abraham, Roberto, Brodie, Jean, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828L...6V)

  105. SN 2015U: A RAPIDLY EVOLVING AND LUMINOUS TYPE IBN SUPERNOVA
    Shivvers, Isaac, Zheng, Wei Kang, Mauerhan, Jon, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.3057S)

  106. SEARCH FOR METHANE ISOTOPE FRACTIONATION DUE TO RAYLEIGH DISTILLATION ON TITAN
    Ádámkovics, Máté, Mitchell, Jonathan L.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..275..232A)

  107. 197 CANDIDATES AND 104 VALIDATED PLANETS IN K2’S FIRST FIVE FIELDS
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Ciardi, David R., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..226....7C)

  108. LATE-TIME SPECTROSCOPY OF TYPE IAX SUPERNOVAE
    Foley, Ryan J., Jha, Saurabh W., Pan, Yen-Chen, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461..433F)

  109. ZFIRE: A KECK/MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF GALAXIES IN RICH ENVIRONMENTS AT Z ∼ 2
    Nanayakkara, Themiya, Glazebrook, Karl, Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828...21N)

  110. PTF12OS AND IPTF13BVN. TWO STRIPPED-ENVELOPE SUPERNOVAE FROM LOW-MASS PROGENITORS IN NGC 5806
    Fremling, C., Sollerman, J., Taddia, F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...593A..68F)

  111. PRECISE LIMITS ON COSMOLOGICAL VARIABILITY OF THE FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT WITH ZINC AND CHROMIUM QUASAR ABSORPTION LINES
    Murphy, Michael T., Malec, Adrian L., Prochaska, J. Xavier
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.461.2461M)

  112. RETRIEVING NEPTUNE'S AEROSOL PROPERTIES FROM KECK OSIRIS OBSERVATIONS. I. DARK REGIONS
    Luszcz-Cook, S. H., de Kleer, K., de Pater, I., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..276...52L)

  113. SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENTS OF THE FAR-ULTRAVIOLET DUST ATTENUATION CURVE AT Z ˜ 3
    Reddy, Naveen A., Steidel, Charles C., Pettini, Max, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...828..107R)

  114. IPTF15DTG: A DOUBLE-PEAKED TYPE IC SUPERNOVA FROM A MASSIVE PROGENITOR
    Taddia, F., Fremling, C., Sollerman, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A..89T)

  115. HIGH-PRECISION RADIO AND INFRARED ASTROMETRY OF LSPM J1314+1320AB. I. PARALLAX, PROPER MOTIONS, AND LIMITS ON PLANETS
    Forbrich, Jan, Dupuy, Trent J., Reid, Mark J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...22F)

  116. LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE AROUND A Z=2.1 CLUSTER
    Hung, Chao-Ling, Casey, Caitlin M., Chiang, Yi-Kuan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..130H)

  117. FRIENDS OF HOT JUPITERS. IV. STELLAR COMPANIONS BEYOND 50 AU MIGHT FACILITATE GIANT PLANET FORMATION, BUT MOST ARE UNLIKELY TO CAUSE KOZAI-LIDOV MIGRATION
    Ngo, Henry, Knutson, Heather A., Hinkley, Sasha, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827....8N)

  118. ELEVEN MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS FROM K2 CAMPAIGNS 1 AND 2 AND THE MASSES OF TWO HOT SUPER-EARTHS
    Sinukoff, Evan, Howard, Andrew W., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...78S)

  119. KEPLER-1647B: THE LARGEST AND LONGEST-PERIOD KEPLER TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET
    Kostov, Veselin B., Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...86K)

  120. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: THE MASS DISTRIBUTION IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES WITHIN FIVE EFFECTIVE RADII AND BEYOND
    Alabi, Adebusola B., Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.460.3838A)

  121. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: A NEW MASK DESIGN TO RECONSTRUCT THE STELLAR POPULATIONS AND KINEMATICS OF BOTH INNER AND OUTER GALAXY REGIONS
    Pastorello, Nicola, Forbes, Duncan A., Poci, Adriano, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASA...33...35P)

  122. STELLAR MASS FUNCTION OF CLUSTER GALAXIES AT Z ~ 1.5: EVIDENCE FOR REDUCED QUENCHING EFFICIENCY AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Nantais, Julie B., van der Burg, Remco F. J., Lidman, Chris, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A.161N)

  123. KECK/MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF Z = 7-8 GALAXIES: LYΑ EMISSION FROM A GALAXY AT Z = 7.66
    Song, Mimi, Finkelstein, Steven L., Livermore, Rachael C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..113S)

  124. A SYSTEMATIC SURVEY OF PROTOCLUSTERS AT Z ~ 3-6 IN THE CFHTLS DEEP FIELDS
    Toshikawa, Jun, Kashikawa, Nobunari, Overzier, Roderik, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..114T)

  125. CONFRONTING STANDARD MODELS OF PROTO-PLANETARY DISKS WITH NEW MID-INFRARED SIZES FROM THE KECK INTERFEROMETER
    Millan-Gabet, Rafael, Che, Xiao, Monnier, John D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..120M)

  126. A CENSUS OF YOUNG STARS AND BROWN DWARFS IN IC 348 AND NGC 1333
    Luhman, K. L., Esplin, T. L., Loutrel, N. P.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...52L)

  127. THE ORBIT OF THE L DWARF + T DWARF SPECTRAL BINARY SDSS J080531.84+481233.0
    Burgasser, Adam J., Blake, Cullen H., Gelino, Christopher R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...25B)

  128. RECONCILING THE STELLAR AND NEBULAR SPECTRA OF HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES
    Steidel, Charles C., Strom, Allison L., Pettini, Max, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..159S)

  129. Q1549-C25: A CLEAN SOURCE OF LYMAN-CONTINUUM EMISSION AT Z = 3.15
    Shapley, Alice E., Steidel, Charles C., Strom, Allison L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826L..24S)

  130. ASTROMETRIC MONITORING OF THE HR 8799 PLANETS: ORBIT CONSTRAINTS FROM SELF-CONSISTENT MEASUREMENTS
    Konopacky, Q. M., Marois, C., Macintosh, B. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...28K)

  131. AN EXTENSIVE SPECTROSCOPIC TIME SERIES OF THREE WOLF-RAYET STARS - I. THE LIFETIME OF LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURES IN THE WIND OF WR 134
    Aldoretta, E. J., St-Louis, N., Richardson, N. D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.460.3407A)

  132. SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF COOL STARS: EXTENDED ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF 1,617 PLANET-SEARCH STARS
    Brewer, John M., Fischer, Debra A., Valenti, Jeff A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..225...32B)

  133. SEARCHING FOR SCATTERERS: HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING OF YOUNG STARS HOSTING WIDE-SEPARATION PLANETARY-MASS COMPANIONS
    Bryan, Marta L., Bowler, Brendan P., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827..100B)

  134. HIGH-PRECISION RADIO AND INFRARED ASTROMETRY OF LSPM J1314+1320AB. II. TESTING PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE MODELS AT THE LITHIUM DEPLETION BOUNDARY WITH DYNAMICAL MASSES
    Dupuy, Trent J., Forbrich, Jan, Rizzuto, Aaron, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...827...23D)

  135. KECK OBSERVATIONS OF ERUPTIONS ON IO IN 2003-2005
    de Pater, Imke, Davies, Ashley Gerard, Marchis, Franck
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..274..284D)

  136. A CANDIDATE YOUNG MASSIVE PLANET IN ORBIT AROUND THE CLASSICAL T TAURI STAR CI TAU
    Johns-Krull, Christopher M., McLane, Jacob N., Prato, L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826..206J)

  137. THE PECULIAR TYPE IA SUPERNOVA IPTF14ATG: CHANDRASEKHAR-MASS EXPLOSION OR VIOLENT MERGER?
    Kromer, M., Fremling, C., Pakmor, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.4428K)

  138. AN ULTRALUMINOUS LYΑ EMITTER WITH A BLUE WING AT Z = 6.6
    Hu, E. M., Cowie, L. L., Songaila, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825L...7H)

  139. THE COMPLETE ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRUM OF THE ARCHETYPAL "WIND-DOMINATED" QUASAR MRK 231: ABSORPTION AND EMISSION FROM A HIGH-SPEED DUSTY NUCLEAR OUTFLOW
    Veilleux, S., Meléndez, M., Tripp, T. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...42V)

  140. THE FIRST NEPTUNE ANALOG OR SUPER-EARTH WITH A NEPTUNE-LIKE ORBIT: MOA-2013-BLG-605LB
    Sumi, T., Udalski, A., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825..112S)

  141. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DETECTION OF [O III]Λ4363 AND THE DIRECT-METHOD OXYGEN ABUNDANCE OF A STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z = 3.08
    Sanders, Ryan L., Shapley, Alice E., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825L..23S)

  142. THE DIVERSITY OF TYPE II SUPERNOVA VERSUS THE SIMILARITY IN THEIR PROGENITORS
    Valenti, S., Howell, D. A., Stritzinger, M. D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.3939V)

  143. FAINT COSMOS AGNS AT Z∼3.3. I. BLACK HOLE PROPERTIES AND CONSTRAINTS ON EARLY BLACK HOLE GROWTH
    Trakhtenbrot, B., Civano, F., Urry, C. Megan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825....4T)

  144. A 2.4% DETERMINATION OF THE LOCAL VALUE OF THE HUBBLE CONSTANT
    Riess, Adam G., Macri, Lucas M., Hoffmann, Samantha L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826...56R)

  145. AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF DUST NUCLEATION IN MIRA (O CETI). I. VARIABLE FEATURES OF ALO AND OTHER AL-BEARING SPECIES
    Kamiński, T., Wong, K. T., Schmidt, M. R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A..42K)

  146. COLD-MODE ACCRETION: DRIVING THE FUNDAMENTAL MASS-METALLICITY RELATION AT Z ~ 2
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., van de Voort, Freeke, Glazebrook, Karl, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826L..11K)

  147. PARALLAX OF GALACTIC CEPHEIDS FROM SPATIALLY SCANNING THE WIDE FIELD CAMERA 3 ON THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE: THE CASE OF SS CANIS MAJORIS
    Casertano, Stefano, Riess, Adam G., Anderson, Jay, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825...11C)

  148. EARLY AND EXTENDED HELIUM REIONIZATION OVER MORE THAN 600 MILLION YEARS OF COSMIC TIME
    Worseck, Gábor, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Hennawi, Joseph F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825..144W)

  149. ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE METAL-ENRICHED INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AND GALAXIES: AN O VI-GALAXY CROSS-CORRELATION STUDY AT Z < 1
    Finn, Charles W., Morris, Simon L., Tejos, Nicolas, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.460..590F)

  150. ROBO-AO KEPLER PLANETARY CANDIDATE SURVEY. II. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 969 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATE HOST STARS
    Baranec, Christoph, Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...18B)

  151. HATS-15B AND HATS-16B: TWO MASSIVE PLANETS TRANSITING OLD G DWARF STARS
    Ciceri, S., Mancini, L., Henning, T., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128g4401C)

  152. ZFIRE: THE KINEMATICS OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AS A FUNCTION OF ENVIRONMENT AT Z ˜ 2
    Alcorn, Leo Y., Tran, Kim-Vy H., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...825L...2A)

  153. TIME-VARYING SODIUM ABSORPTION IN THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA 2013GH
    Ferretti, R., Amanullah, R., Goobar, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...592A..40F)

  154. VARIATION IN THE PRE-TRANSIT BALMER LINE SIGNAL AROUND THE HOT JUPITER HD 189733B
    Cauley, P. Wilson, Redfield, Seth, Jensen, Adam G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...20C)

  155. THE IMPACT OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANETARY SYSTEMS. I. THE RUINOUS INFLUENCE OF CLOSE BINARY COMPANIONS
    Kraus, Adam L., Ireland, Michael J., Huber, Daniel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152....8K)

  156. A SURVEY FOR HΑ EMISSION FROM LATE L DWARFS AND T DWARFS
    Pineda, J. Sebastian, Hallinan, Gregg, Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...826...73P)

  157. THE UV-BRIGHT QUASAR SURVEY (UVQS): DR1
    Monroe, TalaWanda R., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Tejos, Nicolas, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....152...25M)

  158. IPTF SEARCH FOR AN OPTICAL COUNTERPART TO GRAVITATIONAL-WAVE TRANSIENT GW150914
    Kasliwal, M. M., Cenko, S. B., Singer, L. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824L..24K)

  159. STATE OF THE FIELD: EXTREME PRECISION RADIAL VELOCITIES
    Fischer, Debra A., Anglada-Escude, Guillem, Arriagada, Pamela, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016PASP..128f6001F)

  160. Z ≳ 7 GALAXIES WITH RED SPITZER/IRAC [3.6]-[4.5] COLORS IN THE FULL CANDELS DATA SET: THE BRIGHTEST-KNOWN GALAXIES AT Z ~ 7-9 AND A PROBABLE SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION AT Z = 7.48
    Roberts-Borsani, G. W., Bouwens, R. J., Oesch, P. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823..143R)

  161. SPECTROSCOPY AND HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING OF THE GRAVITATIONAL LENS SDSS J1206+4332
    Agnello, Adriano, Sonnenfeld, Alessandro, Suyu, Sherry H., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.3830A)

  162. LINE-OF-SIGHT VELOCITY AND METALLICITY MEASUREMENTS OF THE PALOMAR 5 TIDAL STREAM
    Ishigaki, M. N., Hwang, N., Chiba, M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823..157I)

  163. ROTATING BULLETS FROM A VARIABLE PROTOSTAR
    Chen, Xuepeng, Arce, Héctor G., Zhang, Qizhou, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824...72C)

  164. 3.6 AND 4.5 ΜM SPITZER PHASE CURVES OF THE HIGHLY IRRADIATED HOT JUPITERS WASP-19B AND HAT-P-7B
    Wong, Ian, Knutson, Heather A., Kataria, Tiffany, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823..122W)

  165. ON ASSOCIATING FAST RADIO BURSTS WITH AFTERGLOWS
    Vedantham, H. K., Ravi, V., Mooley, K., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824L...9V)

  166. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE COMPANION Μ HER
    Roberts, Lewis C., Jr., Mason, Brian D., Aguilar, Jonathan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..169R)

  167. PTF13EFV—AN OUTBURST 500 DAYS PRIOR TO THE SNHUNT 275 EXPLOSION AND ITS RADIATIVE EFFICIENCY
    Ofek, E. O., Cenko, S. B., Shaviv, N. J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824....6O)

  168. DETECTION OF AN OXYGEN EMISSION LINE FROM A HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXY IN THE REIONIZATION EPOCH
    Inoue, Akio K., Tamura, Yoichi, Matsuo, Hiroshi, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Sci...352.1559I)

  169. GALAXIES PROBING GALAXIES AT HIGH RESOLUTION: CO-ROTATING GAS ASSOCIATED WITH A MILKY WAY ANALOG AT Z=0.4
    Diamond-Stanic, Aleksandar M., Coil, Alison L., Moustakas, John, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824...24D)

  170. A DEEP SEARCH FOR ADDITIONAL SATELLITES AROUND THE DWARF PLANET HAUMEA
    Burkhart, Luke D., Ragozzine, Darin, Brown, Michael E.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..162B)

  171. THE ALLWISE MOTION SURVEY, PART 2
    Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Kellogg, Kendra, Schneider, Adam C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..224...36K)

  172. A NEPTUNE-SIZED TRANSITING PLANET CLOSELY ORBITING A 5-10-MILLION-YEAR-OLD STAR
    David, Trevor J., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.534..658D)

  173. REVISITING THE MICROLENSING EVENT OGLE 2012-BLG-0026: A SOLAR MASS STAR WITH TWO COLD GIANT PLANETS
    Beaulieu, J. -P., Bennett, D. P., Batista, V., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824...83B)

  174. SUBSTRUCTURE WITHIN THE SSA22 PROTOCLUSTER AT Z≈3.09
    Topping, Michael W., Shapley, Alice E., Steidel, Charles C.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824L..11T)

  175. NEW SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUE BASED ON COADDITION OF SURFACE BRIGHTNESS FLUCTUATIONS: NGC 4449 AND ITS STELLAR TIDAL STREAM
    Toloba, Elisa, Guhathakurta, Puragra, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...824...35T)

  176. BARYON CYCLING IN THE LOW-REDSHIFT CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM: A COMPARISON OF SIMULATIONS TO THE COS-HALOS SURVEY
    Ford, Amanda Brady, Werk, Jessica K., Davé, Romeel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459.1745F)

  177. PLANET HUNTERS. X. SEARCHING FOR NEARBY NEIGHBORS OF 75 PLANET AND ECLIPSING BINARY CANDIDATES FROM THE K2 KEPLER EXTENDED MISSION
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Tokovinin, Andrei, Wang, Ji, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..159S)

  178. KECK/MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF FIVE ULX COUNTERPARTS
    Heida, M., Jonker, P. G., Torres, M. A. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.459..771H)

  179. A RESONANT CHAIN OF FOUR TRANSITING, SUB-NEPTUNE PLANETS
    Mills, Sean M., Fabrycky, Daniel C., Migaszewski, Cezary, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Natur.533..509M)

  180. STELLAR MASS-GAS-PHASE METALLICITY RELATION AT 0.5 ≤ Z ≤ 0.7: A POWER LAW WITH INCREASING SCATTER TOWARD THE LOW-MASS REGIME
    Guo, Yicheng, Koo, David C., Lu, Yu, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822..103G)

  181. SEARCH FOR ASSOCIATIONS CONTAINING YOUNG STARS (SACY). VII. NEW STELLAR AND SUBSTELLAR CANDIDATE MEMBERS IN THE YOUNG ASSOCIATIONS
    Elliott, P., Bayo, A., Melo, C. H. F., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...590A..13E)

  182. ERRATUM: “A TRANSITING JUPITER ANALOG” (APJ, 2016, 820, 112)
    Kipping, D. M., Torres, G., Henze, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822..118K)

  183. VARIABILITY IN THE CO RO-VIBRATIONAL LINES FROM HD163296
    Hein Bertelsen, Rosina P., Kamp, I., van der Plas, G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.1466H)

  184. LIGHT CURVES OF 213 TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM THE ESSENCE SURVEY
    Narayan, G., Rest, A., Tucker, B. E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJS..224....3N)

  185. MOLECULAR HYDROGEN ABSORPTION FROM THE HALO OF A Z ∼ 0.4 GALAXY
    Muzahid, Sowgat, Kacprzak, Glenn G., Charlton, Jane C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823...66M)

  186. HIGH-PRECISION ANALYSIS OF THE SOLAR TWIN HIP 100963
    Yana Galarza, Jhon, Meléndez, Jorge, Ramírez, Ivan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...589A..17Y)

  187. REST-UV ABSORPTION LINES AS METALLICITY ESTIMATOR: THE METAL CONTENT OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ~ 5
    Faisst, A. L., Capak, P. L., Davidzon, I., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...29F)

  188. CANDIDATE GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN THE HERSCHEL WIDE AREA SURVEYS
    Nayyeri, H., Keele, M., Cooray, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823...17N)

  189. DETECTION OF LYMAN-ALPHA EMISSION FROM A TRIPLY IMAGED Z = 6.85 GALAXY BEHIND MACS J2129.4-0741
    Huang, Kuang-Han, Lemaux, Brian C., Schmidt, Kasper B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823L..14H)

  190. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES IN A HIGH-VELOCITY RR LYRAE STAR NEAR THE BULGE
    Hansen, C. J., Rich, R. M., Koch, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...590A..39H)

  191. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF A PROTOCLUSTER AT Z ≈ 3.786
    Dey, Arjun, Lee, Kyoung-Soo, Reddy, Naveen, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...823...11D)

  192. PROBING THE COOL INTERSTELLAR AND CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS OF THREE MASSIVE LENSING GALAXIES AT Z = 0.4-0.7
    Zahedy, Fakhri S., Chen, Hsiao-Wen, Rauch, Michael, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.2423Z)

  193. THE SLUGGS SURVEY*: EXPLORING THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEMS OF THE LEO II GROUP AND THEIR GLOBAL RELATIONSHIPS
    Kartha, Sreeja S., Forbes, Duncan A., Alabi, Adebusola B., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458..105K)

  194. RECONSTRUCTING MERGER TIMELINES USING STAR CLUSTER AGE DISTRIBUTIONS: THE CASE OF MCG+08-11-002
    Davies, Rebecca L., Medling, Anne M., U, Vivian, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458..158D)

  195. THE PRIMORDIAL DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE: SUBDLA SYSTEM AT ZABS = 2.437 TOWARDS THE QSO J 1444+2919
    Balashev, S. A., Zavarygin, E. O., Ivanchik, A. V., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458.2188B)

  196. THE NEXT GENERATION VIRGO CLUSTER SURVEY XVI: THE ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF DWARF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM GLOBULAR CLUSTER SATELLITES
    Toloba, Elisa, Li, Biao, Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...51T)

  197. IS DRACO II ONE OF THE FAINTEST DWARF GALAXIES? FIRST STUDY FROM KECK/DEIMOS SPECTROSCOPY
    Martin, Nicolas F., Geha, Marla, Ibata, Rodrigo A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.458L..59M)

  198. ISM EXCITATION AND METALLICITY OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z ≃ 3.3 FROM NEAR-IR SPECTROSCOPY
    Onodera, M., Carollo, C. M., Lilly, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...822...42O)

  199. NEW PLEIADES ECLIPSING BINARIES AND A HYADES TRANSITING SYSTEM IDENTIFIED BY K2
    David, Trevor J., Conroy, Kyle E., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151..112D)

  200. MERIDIONAL VARIATION IN TROPOSPHERIC METHANE ON TITAN OBSERVED WITH AO SPECTROSCOPY AT KECK AND VLT
    Ádámkovics, Máté, Mitchell, Jonathan L., Hayes, Alexander G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..270..376A)

  201. SERENDIPITOUS DISCOVERY OF THE FAINT SOLAR TWIN INTI 1
    Galarza, Jhon Yana, Meléndez, Jorge, Cohen, Judith G.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...589A..65G)

  202. CAUGHT IN THE ACT: GAS AND STELLAR VELOCITY DISPERSIONS IN A FAST QUENCHING COMPACT STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z~1.7
    Barro, Guillermo, Faber, Sandra M., Dekel, Avishai, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820..120B)

  203. TRIPLE-IONIZED CARBON ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOW-DENSITY NEUTRAL HYDROGEN GAS AT 1.7 < Z < 3.3: THE INTEGRATED N H I-N C IV RELATION
    Kim, T. -S., Carswell, R. F., Mongardi, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2005K)

  204. TRIO OF STELLAR OCCULTATIONS BY PLUTO ONE YEAR PRIOR TO NEW HORIZONS' ARRIVAL
    Pasachoff, Jay M., Person, Michael J., Bosh, Amanda S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151...97P)

  205. THEY ARE SMALL WORLDS AFTER ALL: REVISED PROPERTIES OF KEPLER M DWARF STARS AND THEIR PLANETS
    Gaidos, E., Mann, A. W., Kraus, A. L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.2877G)

  206. DUST ATTENUATION OF THE NEBULAR REGIONS OF Z ~ 2 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES: INSIGHT FROM UV, IR, AND EMISSION LINES
    De Barros, S., Reddy, N., Shivaei, I.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...96D)

  207. TWO STARS TWO WAYS: CONFIRMING A MICROLENSING BINARY LENS SOLUTION WITH A SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENT OF THE ORBIT
    Yee, Jennifer C., Johnson, John Asher, Skowron, Jan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821..121Y)

  208. PROVIDING STRINGENT STAR FORMATION RATE LIMITS OF Z ∼ 2 QSO HOST GALAXIES AT HIGH ANGULAR RESOLUTION
    Vayner, Andrey, Wright, Shelley A., Do, Tuan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...64V)

  209. BROAD HΒ EMISSION-LINE VARIABILITY IN A SAMPLE OF 102 LOCAL ACTIVE GALAXIES
    Runco, Jordan N., Cosens, Maren, Bennert, Vardha N., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...33R)

  210. AN EXTREMELY FAST HALO HOT SUBDWARF STAR IN A WIDE BINARY SYSTEM
    Németh, Péter, Ziegerer, Eva, Irrgang, Andreas, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821L..13N)

  211. RADIAL TRENDS IN IMF-SENSITIVE ABSORPTION FEATURES IN TWO EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES: EVIDENCE FOR ABUNDANCE-DRIVEN GRADIENTS
    McConnell, Nicholas J., Lu, Jessica R., Mann, Andrew W.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...39M)

  212. A 12-YEAR ACTIVITY CYCLE FOR THE NEARBY PLANET HOST STAR HD 219134
    Johnson, Marshall C., Endl, Michael, Cochran, William D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...74J)

  213. DYNAMICAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE CORE MASS OF HOT JUPITER HAT-P-13B
    Buhler, Peter B., Knutson, Heather A., Batygin, Konstantin, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...26B)

  214. STATISTICS OF LONG PERIOD GAS GIANT PLANETS IN KNOWN PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Bryan, Marta L., Knutson, Heather A., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...821...89B)

  215. LONG-RISING TYPE II SUPERNOVAE FROM PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY AND CALTECH CORE-COLLAPSE PROJECT
    Taddia, F., Sollerman, J., Fremling, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...588A...5T)

  216. A KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS SURVEY OF A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED STAR-FORMING GALAXIES: HIGH SPATIAL RESOLUTION STUDIES OF KINEMATICS AND METALLICITY GRADIENTS
    Leethochawalit, Nicha, Jones, Tucker A., Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...84L)

  217. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: THE ASSEMBLY HISTORIES OF INDIVIDUAL EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., Pastorello, Nicola, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.1242F)

  218. PLANET HUNTERS IX. KIC 8462852 - WHERE'S THE FLUX?
    Boyajian, T. S., LaCourse, D. M., Rappaport, S. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457.3988B)

  219. ABUNDANCES AND KINEMATICS FOR TEN ANTICENTRE OPEN CLUSTERS
    Cantat-Gaudin, T., Donati, P., Vallenari, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...588A.120C)

  220. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: THE STRONG AGREEMENT BETWEEN HΑ AND UV-TO-FIR STAR FORMATION RATES FOR Z ~ 2 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Shivaei, Irene, Kriek, Mariska, Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820L..23S)

  221. THE CO2 ABUNDANCE IN COMETS C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS), C/2012 K5 (LINEAR), AND 290P/JÄGER AS MEASURED WITH SPITZER
    McKay, Adam J., Kelley, Michael S. P., Cochran, Anita L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..266..249M)

  222. EVIDENCE OF BIMODAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF INTERVENING, OPTICALLY THIN C III ABSORBERS AT Z ∼ 2.5
    Kim, T. -S., Carswell, R. F., Ranquist, D.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.3509K)

  223. THE MATRYOSHKA DISK: KECK/NIRC2 DISCOVERY OF A SOLAR-SYSTEM-SCALE, RADIALLY SEGREGATED RESIDUAL PROTOPLANETARY DISK AROUND HD 141569A
    Currie, Thayne, Grady, Carol A., Cloutier, Ryan, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819L..26C)

  224. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE ACTIVITY CYCLES OF THE ATMOSPHERES OF THE SUN AND OF STARS OF THE SOLAR-TYPE
    Bruevich, E. A., Bruevich, V. V., Shimanovskaya, E. V.
    2016, refereed (2016Ap.....59..101B)

  225. REST-FRAME OPTICAL EMISSION LINES IN Z ∼ 3.5 LYMAN-BREAK-SELECTED GALAXIES: THE UBIQUITY OF UNUSUALLY HIGH [OIII]/HΒ RATIOS AT 2 GYR
    Holden, B. P., Oesch, P. A., González, V. G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...73H)

  226. ESTIMATION OF PHYSICAL CONDITIONS IN THE COLD PHASE OF THE INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM IN THE SUB-DLA SYSTEM AT Z = 2.06 IN THE SPECTRUM OF THE QUASAR J 2123-0050
    Klimenko, V. V., Balashev, S. A., Ivanchik, A. V., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AstL...42..137K)

  227. CONTEMPORANEOUS BROADBAND OBSERVATIONS OF THREE HIGH-REDSHIFT BL LAC OBJECTS
    Ackermann, M., Ajello, M., An, H., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...72A)

  228. FIRST LIGHT OF THE VLT PLANET FINDER SPHERE. II. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE YOUNG SYSTEMS PZ TELESCOPII AND HD 1160 REVISITED
    Maire, A. -L., Bonnefoy, M., Ginski, C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587A..56M)

  229. METALLICITY FROM TYPE II SUPERNOVAE FROM THE (I)PTF
    Taddia, F., Moquist, P., Sollerman, J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587L...7T)

  230. A REMARKABLY LUMINOUS GALAXY AT Z=11.1 MEASURED WITH HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE GRISM SPECTROSCOPY
    Oesch, P. A., Brammer, G., van Dokkum, P. G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819..129O)

  231. TYPE II SUPERNOVA ENERGETICS AND COMPARISON OF LIGHT CURVES TO SHOCK-COOLING MODELS
    Rubin, Adam, Gal-Yam, Avishay, De Cia, Annalisa, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...33R)

  232. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DYNAMICAL AND BARYONIC MASSES AND KINEMATIC STRUCTURES OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT 1.4 ≤ Z ≤ 2.6
    Price, Sedona H., Kriek, Mariska, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...80P)

  233. KIC 7177553: A QUADRUPLE SYSTEM OF TWO CLOSE BINARIES
    Lehmann, H., Borkovits, T., Rappaport, S. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...33L)

  234. Z-FIRE: ISM PROPERTIES OF THE Z = 2.095 COSMOS CLUSTER
    Kewley, Lisa J., Yuan, Tiantian, Nanayakkara, Themiya, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819..100K)

  235. MAPPING KILOPARSEC-SCALE STRUCTURES IN THE EXTENDED H I DISC OF THE GALAXY UGC 000439 BY H I 21-CM ABSORPTION
    Dutta, R., Gupta, N., Srianand, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.4209D)

  236. IS BERYLLIUM ULTRA-DEPLETION IN SOLAR-TYPE STARS LINKED TO THE PRESENCE OF A WHITE DWARF COMPANION?
    Desidera, S., D'Orazi, V., Lugaro, M.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...587A..46D)

  237. ISOTROPIC AT THE BREAK? 3D KINEMATICS OF MILKY WAY HALO STARS IN THE FOREGROUND OF M31
    Cunningham, Emily C., Deason, Alis J., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...18C)

  238. POSSIBLE POPULATION III REMNANTS AT REDSHIFT 3.5
    Crighton, Neil H. M., O'Meara, John M., Murphy, Michael T.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457L..44C)

  239. RAPIDLY RISING TRANSIENTS IN THE SUPERNOVA—SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA GAP
    Arcavi, Iair, Wolf, William M., Howell, D. Andrew, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...35A)

  240. EN ROUTE TO DESTRUCTION: THE EVOLUTION IN COMPOSITION OF ICES IN COMET D/2012 S1 (ISON) BETWEEN 1.2 AND 0.34 AU FROM THE SUN AS REVEALED AT INFRARED WAVELENGTHS
    DiSanti, M. A., Bonev, B. P., Gibb, E. L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820...34D)

  241. AN ULTRAMASSIVE 1.28 M WHITE DWARF IN NGC 2099
    Cummings, Jeffrey D., Kalirai, Jason S., Tremblay, P. -E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820L..18C)

  242. LITHIUM-RICH GIANTS IN GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Kirby, Evan N., Guhathakurta, Puragra, Zhang, Andrew J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819..135K)

  243. REVISED MASSES AND DENSITIES OF THE PLANETS AROUND KEPLER-10
    Weiss, Lauren M., Rogers, Leslie A., Isaacson, Howard T., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...83W)

  244. STELLAR ACTIVITY AND EXCLUSION OF THE OUTER PLANET IN THE HD 99492 SYSTEM
    Kane, Stephen R., Thirumalachari, Badrinath, Henry, Gregory W., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...820L...5K)

  245. RESOLVING GAS FLOWS IN THE ULTRALUMINOUS STARBURST IRAS 23365+3604 WITH KECK LGSAO/OSIRIS
    Martin, Crystal L., Soto, Kurt T.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...49M)

  246. A NORMAL SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN NGC 1277
    Graham, Alister W., Durré, Mark, Savorgnan, Giulia A. D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...819...43G)

  247. THE COMPOSITIONAL EVOLUTION OF C/2012 S1 (ISON) FROM GROUND-BASED HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AS PART OF A WORLDWIDE OBSERVING CAMPAIGN
    Dello Russo, N., Vervack, R. J., Kawakita, H., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..266..152D)

  248. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: STELLAR KINEMATICS, KINEMETRY AND TRENDS AT LARGE RADII IN 25 EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Foster, Caroline, Pastorello, Nicola, Roediger, Joel, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.457..147F)

  249. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: CHROMODYNAMICAL MODELLING OF THE LENTICULAR GALAXY NGC 1023
    Cortesi, Arianna, Chies-Santos, Ana L., Pota, Vincenzo, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.2611C)

  250. FLASH SPECTROSCOPY: EMISSION LINES FROM THE IONIZED CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL AROUND <10-DAY-OLD TYPE II SUPERNOVAE
    Khazov, D., Yaron, O., Gal-Yam, A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818....3K)

  251. MC2: MAPPING THE DARK MATTER DISTRIBUTION OF THE "TOOTHBRUSH" CLUSTER RX J0603.3+4214 WITH HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE AND SUBARU WEAK LENSING
    Jee, M. James, Dawson, William A., Stroe, Andra, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..179J)

  252. FIRST HIGH-PRECISION DIFFERENTIAL ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF EXTREMELY METAL-POOR STARS
    Reggiani, Henrique, Meléndez, Jorge, Yong, David, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...586A..67R)

  253. HE 0017+0055: A PROBABLE PULSATING CEMP-RS STAR AND LONG-PERIOD BINARY
    Jorissen, A., Hansen, T., Van Eck, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...586A.159J)

  254. TWO SMALL TEMPERATE PLANETS TRANSITING NEARBY M DWARFS IN K2 CAMPAIGNS 0 AND 1
    Schlieder, Joshua E., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...87S)

  255. ZODIACAL EXOPLANETS IN TIME (ZEIT). I. A NEPTUNE-SIZED PLANET ORBITING AN M4.5 DWARF IN THE HYADES STAR CLUSTER
    Mann, Andrew W., Gaidos, Eric, Mace, Gregory N., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...46M)

  256. KELT-4AB: AN INFLATED HOT JUPITER TRANSITING THE BRIGHT (V ˜ 10) COMPONENT OF A HIERARCHICAL TRIPLE
    Eastman, Jason D., Beatty, Thomas G., Siverd, Robert J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151...45E)

  257. THE PAN-PACIFIC PLANET SEARCH. IV. TWO SUPER-JUPITERS IN A 3:5 RESONANCE ORBITING THE GIANT STAR HD 33844
    Wittenmyer, Robert A., Johnson, John Asher, Butler, R. P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...35W)

  258. OPTICAL AND NEAR-INFRARED OBSERVATIONS OF SN 2013DX ASSOCIATED WITH GRB 130702A
    Toy, V. L., Cenko, S. B., Silverman, J. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...79T)

  259. NEPTUNE'S DYNAMIC ATMOSPHERE FROM KEPLER K2 OBSERVATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR BROWN DWARF LIGHT CURVE ANALYSES
    Simon, Amy A., Rowe, Jason F., Gaulme, Patrick, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..162S)

  260. THE LEECH EXOPLANET IMAGING SURVEY: ORBIT AND COMPONENT MASSES OF THE INTERMEDIATE-AGE, LATE-TYPE BINARY NO UMA
    Schlieder, Joshua E., Skemer, Andrew J., Maire, Anne-Lise, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818....1S)

  261. ACCURACY OF ATMOSPHERIC PARAMETERS OF FGK DWARFS DETERMINED BY SPECTRUM FITTING
    Ryabchikova, T., Piskunov, N., Pakhomov, Yu., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.1221R)

  262. DYNAMICAL MASSES OF YOUNG STARS. I. DISCORDANT MODEL AGES OF UPPER SCORPIUS
    Rizzuto, Aaron C., Ireland, Michael J., Dupuy, Trent J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..164R)

  263. TWO TRANSITING LOW DENSITY SUB-SATURNS FROM K2
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Lopez, Eric D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...36P)

  264. MAGIICAT IV. KINEMATICS OF THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AND EVIDENCE FOR QUIESCENT EVOLUTION AROUND RED GALAXIES
    Nielsen, Nikole M., Churchill, Christopher W., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..171N)

  265. THE SDSS-III BOSS QUASAR LENS SURVEY: DISCOVERY OF 13 GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED QUASARS
    More, Anupreeta, Oguri, Masamune, Kayo, Issha, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456.1595M)

  266. THE CALTECH-NRAO STRIPE 82 SURVEY (CNSS). I. THE PILOT RADIO TRANSIENT SURVEY IN 50 DEG2
    Mooley, K. P., Hallinan, G., Bourke, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..105M)

  267. TRIANGULUM II: A VERY METAL-POOR AND DYNAMICALLY HOT STELLAR SYSTEM
    Martin, Nicolas F., Ibata, Rodrigo A., Collins, Michelle L. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...40M)

  268. EVIDENCE FOR THE RAPID FORMATION OF LOW-MASS EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES IN DENSE ENVIRONMENTS
    Liu, Yiqing, Peng, Eric W., Blakeslee, John, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818..179L)

  269. TWO NEW LONG-PERIOD GIANT PLANETS FROM THE MCDONALD OBSERVATORY PLANET SEARCH AND TWO STARS WITH LONG-PERIOD RADIAL VELOCITY SIGNALS RELATED TO STELLAR ACTIVITY CYCLES
    Endl, Michael, Brugamyer, Erik J., Cochran, William D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...34E)

  270. SPECTROSCOPY OF LUMINOUS COMPACT BLUE GALAXIES IN DISTANT CLUSTERS. II. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF DE PROGENITOR CANDIDATES
    Crawford, S. M., Wirth, Gregory D., Bershady, M. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...87C)

  271. TWO MASSIVE WHITE DWARFS FROM NGC 2323 AND THE INITIAL-FINAL MASS RELATION FOR PROGENITORS OF 4 TO 6.5 M
    Cummings, Jeffrey D., Kalirai, Jason S., Tremblay, P. -E., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...84C)

  272. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY OF WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH T TAURI STARS
    Iguchi, Naoto, Itoh, Yoichi
    2016, refereed (2016RAA....16...30I)

  273. SHADOW OF A COLOSSUS: A Z = 2.44 GALAXY PROTOCLUSTER DETECTED IN 3D LYΑ FOREST TOMOGRAPHIC MAPPING OF THE COSMOS FIELD
    Lee, Khee-Gan, Hennawi, Joseph F., White, Martin, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..160L)

  274. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF VHS 1256-1257: A LOW MASS COMPANION TO A BROWN DWARF BINARY SYSTEM
    Stone, Jordan M., Skemer, Andrew J., Kratter, Kaitlin M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818L..12S)

  275. DETAILED ABUNDANCES OF PLANET-HOSTING WIDE BINARIES. II. HD80606+HD80607
    Mack, Claude E., III, Stassun, Keivan G., Schuler, Simon C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...54M)

  276. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF Z > 2 LYMAN LIMIT SYSTEMS: NEW CONSTRAINTS FOR FEEDBACK AND ACCRETION MODELS
    Fumagalli, Michele, O'Meara, John M., Prochaska, J. Xavier
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.4100F)

  277. THE LICK-CARNEGIE EXOPLANET SURVEY: HD 32963—A NEW JUPITER ANALOG ORBITING A SUN-LIKE STAR
    Rowan, Dominick, Meschiari, Stefano, Laughlin, Gregory, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..104R)

  278. KECK/ESI LONG-SLIT SPECTROSCOPY OF SBS 1421+511: A RECOILING QUASAR NUCLEUS IN AN ACTIVE GALAXY PAIR?
    Sun, Luming, Zhou, Hongyan, Hao, Lei, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...818...64S)

  279. THE AIMSS PROJECT - III. THE STELLAR POPULATIONS OF COMPACT STELLAR SYSTEMS
    Janz, Joachim, Norris, Mark A., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.456..617J)

  280. THE PERSISTENT ERUPTION OF UGC 2773-OT: FINALLY, A DECADE-LONG EXTRAGALACTIC ETA CARINAE ANALOGUE
    Smith, Nathan, Andrews, Jennifer E., Mauerhan, Jon C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.3546S)

  281. MODELS OF THE Η CORVI DEBRIS DISK FROM THE KECK INTERFEROMETER, SPITZER, AND HERSCHEL
    Lebreton, J., Beichman, C., Bryden, G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817..165L)

  282. PLANET SIGNATURES AND EFFECT OF THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF THE GALACTIC THIN-DISK STARS
    Spina, Lorenzo, Meléndez, Jorge, Ramírez, Ivan
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...585A.152S)

  283. EVIDENCE OF FANNING IN THE OPHIUCHUS STREAM
    Sesar, Branimir, Price-Whelan, Adrian M., Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816L...4S)

  284. THE WEATHER REPORT FROM IRC+10216: EVOLVING IRREGULAR CLOUDS ENVELOP CARBON STAR
    Stewart, P. N., Tuthill, P. G., Monnier, J. D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.3102S)

  285. SPITZER ULTRA FAINT SURVEY PROGRAM (SURFS UP). II. IRAC-DETECTED LYMAN-BREAK GALAXIES AT 6 ≲ Z ≲ 10 BEHIND STRONG-LENSING CLUSTERS
    Huang, Kuang-Han, Bradač, Maruša, Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...11H)

  286. AN EXTREME [O III] EMITTER AT Z = 3.2: A LOW METALLICITY LYMAN CONTINUUM SOURCE
    de Barros, S., Vanzella, E., Amorín, R., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016A&A...585A..51D)

  287. AN EMPIRICALLY DERIVED THREE-DIMENSIONAL LAPLACE RESONANCE IN THE GLIESE 876 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Nelson, Benjamin E., Robertson, Paul M., Payne, Matthew J., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.2484N)

  288. YOUNG ``DIPPER" STARS IN UPPER SCO AND OPH OBSERVED BY K2
    Ansdell, M., Gaidos, E., Rappaport, S. A., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...69A)

  289. THE SWIFT GAMMA-RAY BURST HOST GALAXY LEGACY SURVEY. I. SAMPLE SELECTION AND REDSHIFT DISTRIBUTION
    Perley, D. A., Krühler, T., Schulze, S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817....7P)

  290. DIRECT DETERMINATION OF OXYGEN ABUNDANCES IN LINE-EMITTING STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT
    Pérez, José M., Hoyos, Carlos, Díaz, Ángeles I., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.3359P)

  291. SIMULTANEOUS MULTI-SCALE AND MULTI-INSTRUMENT OBSERVATIONS OF SATURN'S AURORAE DURING THE 2013 OBSERVING CAMPAIGN
    Melin, Henrik, Badman, S. V., Stallard, T. S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..263...56M)

  292. THE ENIGMATIC AND EPHEMERAL M DWARF SYSTEM KOI 6705: CHESHIRE CAT OR WILD GOOSE?
    Gaidos, Eric, Mann, Andrew W., Ansdell, Megan
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...50G)

  293. K2 DISCOVERY OF YOUNG ECLIPSING BINARIES IN UPPER SCORPIUS: DIRECT MASS AND RADIUS DETERMINATIONS FOR THE LOWEST MASS STARS AND INITIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ECLIPSING BROWN DWARF BINARY
    David, Trevor J., Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Cody, Ann Marie, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...21D)

  294. LUMINOSITY DEPENDENCE AND REDSHIFT EVOLUTION OF STRONG EMISSION-LINE DIAGNOSTICS IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Cowie, L. L., Barger, A. J., Songaila, A.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...57C)

  295. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: ELECTRON DENSITY AND IONIZATION PARAMETER AT Z ~ 2.3
    Sanders, Ryan L., Shapley, Alice E., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...23S)

  296. "REFSDAL" MEETS POPPER: COMPARING PREDICTIONS OF THE RE-APPEARANCE OF THE MULTIPLY IMAGED SUPERNOVA BEHIND MACSJ1149.5+2223
    Treu, T., Brammer, G., Diego, J. M., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...60T)

  297. ORBITAL ARCHITECTURES OF PLANET-HOSTING BINARIES. I. FORMING FIVE SMALL PLANETS IN THE TRUNCATED DISK OF KEPLER-444A
    Dupuy, Trent J., Kratter, Kaitlin M., Kraus, Adam L., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...817...80D)

  298. THE KEPLER-454 SYSTEM: A SMALL, NOT-ROCKY INNER PLANET, A JOVIAN WORLD, AND A DISTANT COMPANION
    Gettel, Sara, Charbonneau, David, Dressing, Courtney D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...95G)

  299. DIRECT DETECTION OF THE L-DWARF DONOR IN WZ SAGITTAE
    Harrison, Thomas E.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816....4H)

  300. EVIDENCE FOR GAS FROM A DISINTEGRATING EXTRASOLAR ASTEROID
    Xu, S., Jura, M., Dufour, P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816L..22X)

  301. A MATURE GALAXY CLUSTER AT Z=1.58 AROUND THE RADIO GALAXY 7C1753+6311
    Cooke, E. A., Hatch, N. A., Stern, D., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016ApJ...816...83C)

  302. KINEMATICS OF DWARF GALAXIES IN GAS-RICH GROUPS, AND THE SURVIVAL AND DETECTABILITY OF TIDAL DWARF GALAXIES
    Sweet, Sarah M., Drinkwater, Michael J., Meurer, Gerhardt, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.2508S)

  303. HUBBLE AND KECK TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS OF ACTIVE ASTEROID 288P/300163 (2006 VW139)
    Agarwal, Jessica, Jewitt, David, Weaver, Harold, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016AJ....151...12A)

  304. A QUASAR REDDENED BY A SUB-PARSEC-SIZED, METAL-RICH AND DUSTY CLOUD IN A DAMPED LYMAN Α ABSORBER AT Z = 2.13
    Krogager, J. -K., Fynbo, J. P. U., Noterdaeme, P., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016MNRAS.455.2698K)

  305. IO: ERUPTIONS AT PILLAN, AND THE TIME EVOLUTION OF PELE AND PILLAN FROM 1996 TO 2015
    de Pater, Imke, Laver, Conor, Davies, Ashley Gerard, et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..264..198D)

  306. GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF SATURN'S AURORAL IONOSPHERE OVER THREE DAYS: TRENDS IN H3+ TEMPERATURE, DENSITY AND EMISSION WITH SATURN LOCAL TIME AND PLANETARY PERIOD OSCILLATION
    O'Donoghue, James, Melin, Henrik, Stallard, Tom S., et al.
    2016, refereed (2016Icar..263...44O)

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2015

  1. BINARY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN STRIPE 82: CONSTRAINTS ON SYNCHRONIZED BLACK HOLE ACCRETION IN MAJOR MERGERS
    Fu, Hai, Wrobel, J. M., Myers, A. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815L...6F)

  2. TRAPPIST PHOTOMETRY AND IMAGING MONITORING OF COMET C/2013 R1 (LOVEJOY): IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN OF DAUGHTER SPECIES
    Opitom, C., Jehin, E., Manfroid, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...584A.121O)

  3. PLANET HUNTERS. VIII. CHARACTERIZATION OF 41 LONG-PERIOD EXOPLANET CANDIDATES FROM KEPLER ARCHIVAL DATA
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815..127W)

  4. FAR-UV SPECTROSCOPY OF THE PLANET-HOSTING STAR WASP-13: HIGH-ENERGY IRRADIANCE, DISTANCE, AGE, PLANETARY MASS-LOSS RATE, AND CIRCUMSTELLAR ENVIRONMENT
    Fossati, L., France, K., Koskinen, T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815..118F)

  5. OBSERVED TREND IN THE STAR FORMATION HISTORY AND THE DARK MATTER FRACTION OF GALAXIES AT REDSHIFT Z ≈ 0.8
    Shetty, Shravan, Cappellari, Michele
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.1332S)

  6. CCD PHOTOMETRY OF ACTIVE CENTAUR 166P/2001 T4 (NEAT)
    Shi, J. C., Ma, Y. H.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.3635S)

  7. FRIENDS OF HOT JUPITERS. III. AN INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC SEARCH FOR LOW-MASS STELLAR COMPANIONS
    Piskorz, Danielle, Knutson, Heather A., Ngo, Henry, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814..148P)

  8. HAT-P-57B: A SHORT-PERIOD GIANT PLANET TRANSITING A BRIGHT RAPIDLY ROTATING A8V STAR CONFIRMED VIA DOPPLER TOMOGRAPHY
    Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., Buchhave, L. A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..197H)

  9. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: DISSECTING THE STAR FORMATION RATE VERSUS STELLAR MASS RELATION USING HΑ AND HΒ EMISSION LINES AT Z ˜ 2
    Shivaei, Irene, Reddy, Naveen A., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...98S)

  10. A TEMPERATURE INVERSION IN WASP-33B? LARGE BINOCULAR TELESCOPE OCCULTATION DATA CONFIRM SIGNIFICANT THERMAL FLUX AT SHORT WAVELENGTHS
    von Essen, C., Mallonn, M., Albrecht, S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...584A..75V)

  11. LOW ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN CLUMPY, TURBULENT DISK GALAXIES
    Obreschkow, Danail, Glazebrook, Karl, Bassett, Robert, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...97O)

  12. RELATIVISTIC BARYONIC JETS FROM AN ULTRALUMINOUS SUPERSOFT X-RAY SOURCE
    Liu, Ji-Feng, Bai, Yu, Wang, Song, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.528..108L)

  13. ON THE STELLAR COMPANION TO THE EXOPLANET HOSTING STAR 30 ARIETIS B
    Kane, Stephen R., Barclay, Thomas, Hartmann, Michael, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...32K)

  14. THE AZIMUTHAL DEPENDENCE OF OUTFLOWS AND ACCRETION DETECTED USING O VI ABSORPTION
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Muzahid, Sowgat, Churchill, Christopher W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...22K)

  15. THE YOUNG SOLAR ANALOGS PROJECT. I. SPECTROSCOPIC AND PHOTOMETRIC METHODS AND MULTI-YEAR TIMESCALE SPECTROSCOPIC RESULTS
    Gray, R. O., Saken, J. M., Corbally, C. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..203G)

  16. PROPERTIES OF THE NEARBY BROWN DWARF WISEP J180026.60+013453.1
    Gizis, John E., Burgasser, Adam J., Vrba, Frederick J.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..179G)

  17. SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN FILAMENTS AND THE FIELD AT Z ~ 0.5: EVIDENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL DEPENDENCE OF ELECTRON DENSITY
    Darvish, Behnam, Mobasher, Bahram, Sobral, David, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...84D)

  18. A CORRELATION BETWEEN LYΑ SPECTRAL LINE PROFILE AND REST-FRAME UV MORPHOLOGY
    U, Vivian, Hemmati, Shoubaneh, Darvish, Behnam, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...57U)

  19. TIME-SERIES SPECTROSCOPY OF TWO CANDIDATE DOUBLE DEGENERATES IN THE OPEN CLUSTER NGC 6633
    Williams, Kurtis A., Serna-Grey, Donald, Chakraborty, Subho, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..194W)

  20. A COMPACT GROUP OF GALAXIES AT Z = 2.48 HOSTING AN AGN-DRIVEN OUTFLOW
    Shih, Hsin-Yi, Stockton, Alan
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...50S)

  21. KECK AND VLT OBSERVATIONS OF SUPER-DAMPED LYMAN-ALPHA ABSORBERS AT Z 2- 2.5: CONSTRAINTS ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
    Kulkarni, Varsha P., Som, Debopam, Morrison, Sean, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815...24K)

  22. RADIO EMISSION AND ORBITAL MOTION FROM THE CLOSE-ENCOUNTER STAR-BROWN DWARF BINARY WISE J072003.20-084651.2
    Burgasser, Adam J., Melis, Carl, Todd, Jacob, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..180B)

  23. HAT-P-50B, HAT-P-51B, HAT-P-52B, AND HAT-P-53B: THREE TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS AND A TRANSITING HOT SATURN FROM THE HATNET SURVEY
    Hartman, J. D., Bhatti, W., Bakos, G. Á., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..168H)

  24. DETAILED ABUNDANCES OF STARS WITH SMALL PLANETS DISCOVERED BY KEPLER. I. THE FIRST SAMPLE
    Schuler, Simon C., Vaz, Zachary A., Katime Santrich, Orlando J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...815....5S)

  25. CONSTRAINING THE PROGENITOR COMPANION OF THE NEARBY TYPE IA SN 2011FE WITH A NEBULAR SPECTRUM AT +981 D
    Graham, M. L., Nugent, P. E., Sullivan, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.1948G)

  26. WHAT POWERS THE 3000-DAY LIGHT CURVE OF SN 2006GY?
    Fox, Ori D., Smith, Nathan, Ammons, S. Mark, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.4366F)

  27. MEASURING NICKEL MASSES IN TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE USING COBALT EMISSION IN NEBULAR PHASE SPECTRA
    Childress, Michael J., Hillier, D. John, Seitenzahl, Ivo, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.3816C)

  28. COLOR SYSTEMATICS OF COMETS AND RELATED BODIES
    Jewitt, David
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..201J)

  29. SPECTROSCOPIC DETECTION OF C IV Λ1548 IN A GALAXY AT Z = 7.045: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE IONIZING SPECTRA OF REIONIZATION-ERA GALAXIES
    Stark, Daniel P., Walth, Gregory, Charlot, Stéphane, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.1393S)

  30. COLD GAS AND A MILKY WAY-TYPE 2175-Å BUMP IN A METAL-RICH AND HIGHLY DEPLETED ABSORPTION SYSTEM
    Ma, Jingzhe, Caucal, Paul, Noterdaeme, Pasquier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.454.1751M)

  31. DETECTION OF BROAD HΑ EMISSION LINES IN THE LATE-TIME SPECTRA OF A HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA
    Yan, Lin, Quimby, R., Ofek, E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814..108Y)

  32. HATS-7B: A HOT SUPER NEPTUNE TRANSITING A QUIET K DWARF STAR
    Bakos, G. Á., Penev, K., Bayliss, D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813..111B)

  33. REEXAMINING THE LITHIUM DEPLETION BOUNDARY IN THE PLEIADES AND THE INFERRED AGE OF THE CLUSTER
    Dahm, S. E.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813..108D)

  34. DISCOVERY OF A STRONGLY LENSED MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXY AT Z = 2.636: SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY AND INDICATIONS OF ROTATION
    Newman, Andrew B., Belli, Sirio, Ellis, Richard S.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813L...7N)

  35. LUMINOUS AND DARK MATTER PROFILES FROM GALAXIES TO CLUSTERS: BRIDGING THE GAP WITH GROUP-SCALE LENSES
    Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S., Treu, Tommaso
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...26N)

  36. FORMING COMPACT MASSIVE GALAXIES
    van Dokkum, Pieter G., Nelson, Erica June, Franx, Marijn, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813...23V)

  37. SPITZER IMAGING OF STRONGLY LENSED HERSCHEL-SELECTED DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Ma, Brian, Cooray, Asantha, Calanog, J. A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...17M)

  38. NEBULAR AND STELLAR DUST EXTINCTION ACROSS THE DISK OF EMISSION-LINE GALAXIES ON KILOPARSEC SCALES
    Hemmati, Shoubaneh, Mobasher, Bahram, Darvish, Behnam, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...46H)

  39. HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGING OF VERY LOW MASS SPECTRAL BINARIES: THREE RESOLVED SYSTEMS AND DETECTION OF ORBITAL MOTION IN AN L/T TRANSITION BINARY
    Bardalez Gagliuffi, Daniella C., Gelino, Christopher R., Burgasser, Adam J.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..163B)

  40. NARROW NA AND K ABSORPTION LINES TOWARD T TAURI STARS: TRACING THE ATOMIC ENVELOPE OF MOLECULAR CLOUDS
    Pascucci, I., Edwards, S., Heyer, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...14P)

  41. TEMPERATURE-BASED METALLICITY MEASUREMENTS AT Z=0.8: DIRECT CALIBRATION OF STRONG-LINE DIAGNOSTICS AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT
    Jones, Tucker, Martin, Crystal, Cooper, Michael C.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813..126J)

  42. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. IV. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF KEPLER STARS WITH MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Xie, Ji-Wei, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813..130W)

  43. HII 2407: AN ECLIPSING BINARY REVEALED BY K2 OBSERVATIONS OF THE PLEIADES
    David, Trevor J., Stauffer, John, Hillenbrand, Lynne A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...62D)

  44. TRIANGULUM II: POSSIBLY A VERY DENSE ULTRA-FAINT DWARF GALAXY
    Kirby, Evan N., Cohen, Judith G., Simon, Joshua D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814L...7K)

  45. DYNAMICAL MASSES OF YOUNG M DWARFS: MASSES AND ORBITAL PARAMETERS OF GJ 3305 AB, THE WIDE BINARY COMPANION TO THE IMAGED EXOPLANET HOST 51 ERI
    Montet, Benjamin T., Bowler, Brendan P., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813L..11M)

  46. PHYSICAL OBSERVATIONS OF (196256) 2003 EH1, PRESUMED PARENT OF THE QUADRANTID METEOROID STREAM
    Kasuga, Toshihiro, Jewitt, David
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..152K)

  47. RCS2 J232727.6-020437: AN EFFICIENT COSMIC TELESCOPE AT Z=0.6986
    Hoag, A., Bradač, M., Huang, K. H., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...813...37H)

  48. SPATIALLY RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF EUROPA: THE DISTINCT SPECTRUM OF LARGE-SCALE CHAOS
    Fischer, P. D., Brown, M. E., Hand, K. P.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..164F)

  49. THE TEAM KECK REDSHIFT SURVEY 2: MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF THE GOODS-NORTH FIELD
    Wirth, Gregory D., Trump, Jonathan R., Barro, Guillermo, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..153W)

  50. THE KECK + MAGELLAN SURVEY FOR LYMAN LIMIT ABSORPTION. III. SAMPLE DEFINITION AND COLUMN DENSITY MEASUREMENTS
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, O'Meara, John M., Fumagalli, Michele, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..221....2P)

  51. QUANTIFYING THE CARBON ABUNDANCES IN THE SECONDARY STARS OF SS CYGNI, RU PEGASI, AND GK PERSEI
    Harrison, Thomas E., Hamilton, Ryan T.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..142H)

  52. SIX PLANETS ORBITING HD 219134
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    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...814...12V)

  53. A COMPARISON OF SPECTROSCOPIC VERSUS IMAGING TECHNIQUES FOR DETECTING CLOSE COMPANIONS TO KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Teske, Johanna K., Everett, Mark E., Hirsch, Lea, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..144T)

  54. THERMAL IMAGING OF URANUS: UPPER-TROPOSPHERIC TEMPERATURES ONE SEASON AFTER VOYAGER
    Orton, Glenn S., Fletcher, Leigh N., Encrenaz, Therese, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..260...94O)

  55. THE SCALING RELATIONS OF EARLY-TYPE DWARF GALAXIES ACROSS A RANGE OF ENVIRONMENTS
    Penny, Samantha J., Janz, Joachim, Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453.3635P)

  56. A POWERFUL DOUBLE RADIO RELIC SYSTEM DISCOVERED IN PSZ1 G108.18-11.53: EVIDENCE FOR A SHOCK WITH NON-UNIFORM MACH NUMBER?
    de Gasperin, F., Intema, H. T., van Weeren, R. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453.3483D)

  57. SEARCH FOR PRECURSOR ERUPTIONS AMONG TYPE IIB SUPERNOVAE
    Strotjohann, Nora L., Ofek, Eran O., Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811..117S)

  58. TWO TRANSITING EARTH-SIZE PLANETS NEAR RESONANCE ORBITING A NEARBY COOL STAR
    Petigura, Erik A., Schlieder, Joshua E., Crossfield, Ian J. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811..102P)

  59. EVOLUTION OF THE H Β + [O III] AND [O II] LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS AND THE [O II] STAR FORMATION HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE UP TO Z ˜ 5 FROM HIZELS
    Khostovan, A. A., Sobral, D., Mobasher, B., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.3948K)

  60. THE MASSIVE AND DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY: MOO J1142+1527, A 1015 M GALAXY CLUSTER AT Z = 1.19
    Gonzalez, Anthony H., Decker, Bandon, Brodwin, Mark, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..40G)

  61. THE CHEMISTRY OF THE MOST METAL-RICH DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEMS AT Z ∼ 2 - II. CONTEXT WITH THE LOCAL GROUP
    Berg, Trystyn A. M., Ellison, Sara L., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.4326B)

  62. TESTS OF THE PLANETARY HYPOTHESIS FOR PTFO 8-8695B
    Yu, Liang, Winn, Joshua N., Gillon, Michaël, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812...48Y)

  63. THE MOST MASSIVE ULTRA-COMPACT DWARF GALAXY IN THE VIRGO CLUSTER
    Liu, Chengze, Peng, Eric W., Toloba, Elisa, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L...2L)

  64. A DISINTEGRATING MINOR PLANET TRANSITING A WHITE DWARF
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Johnson, John Asher, Rappaport, Saul, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.526..546V)

  65. THE K2-ESPRINT PROJECT I: DISCOVERY OF THE DISINTEGRATING ROCKY PLANET K2-22B WITH A COMETARY HEAD AND LEADING TAIL
    Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Rappaport, S., Pallè, E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812..112S)

  66. HD 80606: SEARCHING FOR THE CHEMICAL SIGNATURE OF PLANET FORMATION
    Saffe, C., Flores, M., Buccino, A.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...582A..17S)

  67. AN EXTREME METALLICITY, LARGE-SCALE OUTFLOW FROM A STAR-FORMING GALAXY AT Z ~ 0.4
    Muzahid, Sowgat, Kacprzak, Glenn G., Churchill, Christopher W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811..132M)

  68. NGC 3628-UCD1: A POSSIBLE Ω CEN ANALOG EMBEDDED IN A STELLAR STREAM
    Jennings, Zachary G., Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..10J)

  69. A NEW CONSTRAINT ON THE PHYSICAL NATURE OF DAMPED LYMAN ALPHA SYSTEMS
    Cooke, J., O'Meara, J. M.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..27C)

  70. HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWIFT: ULTRA-LONG GRB 141121A AND ITS BROADBAND AFTERGLOW
    Cucchiara, A., Veres, P., Corsi, A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812..122C)

  71. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY OF BRIGHT CEMP-S STARS
    Placco, Vinicius M., Beers, Timothy C., Ivans, Inese I., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812..109P)

  72. THE FIRST DATA RELEASE OF THE KODIAQ SURVEY
    O'Meara, J. M., Lehner, N., Howk, J. C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150..111O)

  73. A LOW STELLAR OBLIQUITY FOR WASP-47, A COMPACT MULTIPLANET SYSTEM WITH A HOT JUPITER AND AN ULTRA-SHORT PERIOD PLANET
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Winn, Joshua N., Dai, Fei, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812L..11S)

  74. NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF 2M0441+2301 AABBAB: A QUADRUPLE SYSTEM SPANNING THE STELLAR TO PLANETARY MASS REGIMES
    Bowler, Brendan P., Hillenbrand, Lynne A.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811L..30B)

  75. 500 DAYS OF SN 2013DY: SPECTRA AND PHOTOMETRY FROM THE ULTRAVIOLET TO THE INFRARED
    Pan, Y. -C., Foley, R. J., Kromer, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.4307P)

  76. DISCOVERY AND SPECTROSCOPY OF THE YOUNG JOVIAN PLANET 51 ERI B WITH THE GEMINI PLANET IMAGER
    Macintosh, B., Graham, J. R., Barman, T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...350...64M)

  77. PHASE-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY AND KEPLER PHOTOMETRY OF THE ULTRACOMPACT AM CVN BINARY SDSS J190817.07+394036.4
    Kupfer, T., Groot, P. J., Bloemen, S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.453..483K)

  78. MAGIICAT V. ORIENTATION OF OUTFLOWS AND ACCRETION DETERMINE THE KINEMATICS AND COLUMN DENSITIES OF THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Nielsen, Nikole M., Churchill, Christopher W., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...812...83N)

  79. DISCOVERY OF A STRONG LENSING GALAXY EMBEDDED IN A CLUSTER AT Z = 1.62
    Wong, Kenneth C., Tran, Kim-Vy H., Suyu, Sherry H., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015PKAS...30..389W)

  80. SPITZER SECONDARY ECLIPSE OBSERVATIONS OF FIVE COOL GAS GIANT PLANETS AND EMPIRICAL TRENDS IN COOL PLANET EMISSION SPECTRA
    Kammer, Joshua A., Knutson, Heather A., Line, Michael R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810..118K)

  81. VLT/SPHERE- AND ALMA-BASED SHAPE RECONSTRUCTION OF ASTEROID (3) JUNO
    Viikinkoski, M., Kaasalainen, M., Ďurech, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581L...3V)

  82. MASS CALIBRATION OF GALAXY CLUSTERS AT REDSHIFT 0.1-1.0 USING WEAK LENSING IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY STRIPE 82 CO-ADD
    Wiesner, Matthew P., Lin, Huan, Soares-Santos, Marcelle
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452..701W)

  83. THE GAPS PROGRAMME WITH HARPS-N AT TNG. IX. THE MULTI-PLANET SYSTEM KELT-6: DETECTION OF THE PLANET KELT-6 C AND MEASUREMENT OF THE ROSSITER-MCLAUGHLIN EFFECT FOR KELT-6 B
    Damasso, M., Esposito, M., Nascimbeni, V., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581L...6D)

  84. A SPECTROSCOPIC AND PHOTOMETRIC EXPLORATION OF THE C/M RATIO IN THE DISK OF M31
    Hamren, Katherine M., Rockosi, Constance M., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810...60H)

  85. A HIGH-RESOLUTION HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE STUDY OF APPARENT LYMAN CONTINUUM LEAKERS AT Z~3
    Mostardi, R. E., Shapley, A. E., Steidel, C. C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810..107M)

  86. AEGIS-X: DEEP CHANDRA IMAGING OF THE CENTRAL GROTH STRIP
    Nandra, K., Laird, E. S., Aird, J. A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..220...10N)

  87. SPATIALLY RESOLVED IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF CANDIDATE DUAL ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI
    McGurk, R. C., Max, C. E., Medling, A. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811...14M)

  88. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE INNER KNOT OF THE CRAB: THE SITE OF THE GAMMA-RAY FLARES?
    Rudy, Alexander, Horns, Dieter, DeLuca, Andrea, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811...24R)

  89. JUPITER’S DEEP CLOUD STRUCTURE REVEALED USING KECK OBSERVATIONS OF SPECTRALLY RESOLVED LINE SHAPES
    Bjoraker, G. L., Wong, M. H., de Pater, I., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810..122B)

  90. THE DETECTION OF A TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA IN OPTICAL FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF ICECUBE NEUTRINO EVENTS
    Aartsen, M. G., Abraham, K., Ackermann, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811...52A)

  91. KINEMATICS AND HOST-GALAXY PROPERTIES SUGGEST A NUCLEAR ORIGIN FOR CALCIUM-RICH SUPERNOVA PROGENITORS
    Foley, Ryan J.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.2463F)

  92. TIME VARIATIONS OF NARROW ABSORPTION LINES IN HIGH RESOLUTION QUASAR SPECTRA
    Boissé, P., Bergeron, J., Prochaska, J. X., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581A.109B)

  93. OPTICAL HYDROGEN ABSORPTION CONSISTENT WITH A THIN BOW SHOCK LEADING THE HOT JUPITER HD 189733B
    Cauley, P. Wilson, Redfield, Seth, Jensen, Adam G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810...13C)

  94. THE SOPHIE SEARCH FOR NORTHERN EXTRASOLAR PLANETS. VII. A WARM NEPTUNE ORBITING HD 164595
    Courcol, B., Bouchy, F., Pepe, F., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581A..38C)

  95. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF THE DWARF GALAXIES HYDRA II AND PISCES II AND THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER LAEVENS 1
    Kirby, Evan N., Simon, Joshua D., Cohen, Judith G.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810...56K)

  96. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: GLOBULAR CLUSTER KINEMATICS IN A `DOUBLE SIGMA' GALAXY - NGC 4473
    Alabi, Adebusola B., Foster, Caroline, Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.2208A)

  97. METAL ABUNDANCES OF KISS GALAXIES. V. NEBULAR ABUNDANCES OF 15 INTERMEDIATE LUMINOSITY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Hirschauer, Alec S., Salzer, John J., Bresolin, Fabio, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...71H)

  98. ZFIRE: GALAXY CLUSTER KINEMATICS, H ALPHA STAR FORMATION RATES, AND GAS PHASE METALLICITIES OF XMM-LSS J02182-05102 AT ZCL = 1.6232
    Tran, Kim-Vy H., Nanayakkara, Themiya, Yuan, Tiantian, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...811...28T)

  99. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: INFERRING THE FORMATION EPOCHS OF METAL-POOR AND METAL-RICH GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Forbes, Duncan A., Pastorello, Nicola, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.1045F)

  100. LYMANΑ EMISSION FROM A LUMINOUS Z = 8.68 GALAXY: IMPLICATIONS FOR GALAXIES AS TRACERS OF COSMIC REIONIZATION
    Zitrin, Adi, Labbé, Ivo, Belli, Sirio, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...810L..12Z)

  101. THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM OF NGC 6822
    Veljanoski, J., Ferguson, A. M. N., Mackey, A. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452..320V)

  102. THE NEUTRAL HYDROGEN COSMOLOGICAL MASS DENSITY AT Z = 5
    Crighton, Neil H. M., Murphy, Michael T., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452..217C)

  103. FUSE, STIS AND KECK SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE UV-BRIGHT STAR VZ 1128 IN M3 (NGC 5272)
    Chayer, P., Dixon, W. V., Fullerton, A. W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.2292C)

  104. NEUTRAL HYDROGEN GAS, PAST AND FUTURE STAR FORMATION IN GALAXIES IN AND AROUND THE `SAUSAGE' MERGING GALAXY CLUSTER
    Stroe, Andra, Oosterloo, Tom, Röttgering, Huub J. A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.452.2731S)

  105. HIGH S/N KECK AND GEMINI AO IMAGING OF URANUS DURING 2012-2014: NEW CLOUD PATTERNS, INCREASING ACTIVITY, AND IMPROVED WIND MEASUREMENTS
    Sromovsky, L. A., de Pater, I., Fry, P. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..258..192S)

  106. KIC 9533489: A GENUINE Γ DORADUS - Δ SCUTI KEPLER HYBRID PULSATOR WITH TRANSIT EVENTS
    Bognár, Zs., Lampens, P., Frémat, Y., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...581A..77B)

  107. THE MUTUAL ORBIT, MASS, AND DENSITY OF THE LARGE TRANSNEPTUNIAN BINARY SYSTEM VARDA AND ILMARË
    Grundy, W. M., Porter, S. B., Benecchi, S. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..257..130G)

  108. A LOCAL BASELINE OF THE BLACK HOLE MASS SCALING RELATIONS FOR ACTIVE GALAXIES. III.THE MBH - Σ RELATION
    Bennert, Vardha N., Treu, Tommaso, Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...20B)

  109. THE SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF LYΑ-EMITTERS AT Z ∼2.7: ESCAPING GAS AND PHOTONS FROM FAINT GALAXIES
    Trainor, Ryan F., Steidel, Charles C., Strom, Allison L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...89T)

  110. DETERMINING THE MASS OF KEPLER-78B WITH NONPARAMETRIC GAUSSIAN PROCESS ESTIMATION
    Grunblatt, Samuel K., Howard, Andrew W., Haywood, Raphaëlle D.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..127G)

  111. DEEP HE II AND C IV SPECTROSCOPY OF A GIANT LYΑ NEBULA: DENSE COMPACT GAS CLUMPS IN THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF A Z ~ 2 QUASAR
    Arrigoni Battaia, Fabrizio, Hennawi, Joseph F., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809..163A)

  112. AN EXTREME STARBURST IN THE CORE OF A RICH GALAXY CLUSTER AT Z = 1.7
    Webb, Tracy, Noble, Allison, DeGroot, Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809..173W)

  113. THE NATURE AND ORBIT OF THE OPHIUCHUS STREAM
    Sesar, Branimir, Bovy, Jo, Bernard, Edouard J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...59S)

  114. KECK SPECTROSCOPY OF MILLISECOND PULSAR J2215+5135: A MODERATE-MNS, HIGH-INCLINATION BINARY
    Romani, Roger W., Graham, Melissa L., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809L..10R)

  115. MEASURING THE MASS OF THE CENTRAL BLACK HOLE IN THE BULGELESS GALAXY NGC 4395 FROM GAS DYNAMICAL MODELING
    den Brok, Mark, Seth, Anil C., Barth, Aaron J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809..101D)

  116. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF A PILOT SAMPLE OF SPECTROSCOPIC CLOSE PAIR GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2
    Law, David R., Shapley, Alice E., Checlair, Jade, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..160L)

  117. CONFIRMATION OF THE OGLE-2005-BLG-169 PLANET SIGNATURE AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS WITH LENS-SOURCE PROPER MOTION DETECTION
    Batista, V., Beaulieu, J. -P., Bennett, D. P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..170B)

  118. CF-HIZELS, AN ∼10 DEG2 EMISSION-LINE SURVEY WITH SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP: HΑ, [O III] + HΒ AND [O II] LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS AT Z = 0.8, 1.4 AND 2.2
    Sobral, D., Matthee, J., Best, P. N., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.2303S)

  119. HIGH-VELOCITY FEATURES OF CALCIUM AND SILICON IN THE SPECTRA OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Vinkó, József, Marion, G. H., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.1973S)

  120. CORRELATION BETWEEN STAR FORMATION ACTIVITY AND ELECTRON DENSITY OF IONIZED GAS AT Z = 2.5
    Shimakawa, Rhythm, Kodama, Tadayuki, Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.1284S)

  121. RESULTS OF TWO MULTICHORD STELLAR OCCULTATIONS BY DWARF PLANET (1) CERES
    Gomes-Júnior, A. R., Giacchini, B. L., Braga-Ribas, F., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.2295G)

  122. THE EVOLUTION OF THE X-RAY LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS OF UNABSORBED AND ABSORBED AGNS OUT TO Z˜ 5
    Aird, J., Coil, A. L., Georgakakis, A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.1892A)

  123. FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF PTFO 8-8695: A 3 MYR OLD T-TAURI STAR HOSTING A JUPITER-MASS PLANETARY CANDIDATE
    Ciardi, David R., van Eyken, Julian C., Barnes, Jason W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809...42C)

  124. EVIDENCE FOR POPIII-LIKE STELLAR POPULATIONS IN THE MOST LUMINOUS LYMAN-Α EMITTERS AT THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION: SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION
    Sobral, David, Matthee, Jorryt, Darvish, Behnam, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808..139S)

  125. A MASSIVE, DISTANT PROTO-CLUSTER AT Z = 2.47 CAUGHT IN A PHASE OF RAPID FORMATION?
    Casey, C. M., Cooray, A., Capak, P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808L..33C)

  126. HATS-8B: A LOW-DENSITY TRANSITING SUPER-NEPTUNE
    Bayliss, D., Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...49B)

  127. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: COMBINING STELLAR AND GLOBULAR CLUSTER METALLICITIES IN THE OUTER REGIONS OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Pastorello, Nicola, Forbes, Duncan A., Usher, Christopher, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451.2625P)

  128. THE FIVE PLANETS IN THE KEPLER-296 BINARY SYSTEM ALL ORBIT THE PRIMARY: A STATISTICAL AND ANALYTICAL ANALYSIS
    Barclay, Thomas, Quintana, Elisa V., Adams, Fred C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...809....7B)

  129. CLOUDS AND AEROSOLS ON URANUS: RADIATIVE TRANSFER MODELING OF SPATIALLY-RESOLVED NEAR-INFRARED KECK SPECTRA
    de Kleer, Katherine, Luszcz-Cook, Statia, de Pater, Imke, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..256..120D)

  130. DISCOVERY AND VALIDATION OF KEPLER-452B: A 1.6 R SUPER EARTH EXOPLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A G2 STAR
    Jenkins, Jon M., Twicken, Joseph D., Batalha, Natalie M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...56J)

  131. DISSECTING THE GASEOUS HALOS OF Z ∼ DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS WITH CLOSE QUASAR PAIRS
    Rubin, Kate H. R., Hennawi, Joseph F., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...38R)

  132. MAGNETOSPHERICALLY DRIVEN OPTICAL AND RADIO AURORAE AT THE END OF THE STELLAR MAIN SEQUENCE
    Hallinan, G., Littlefair, S. P., Cotter, G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.523..568H)

  133. THE OPTICALLY UNBIASED GRB HOST (TOUGH) SURVEY. VII. THE HOST GALAXY LUMINOSITY FUNCTION: PROBING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRBS AND STAR FORMATION TO REDSHIFT ∼ 6
    Schulze, S., Chapman, R., Hjorth, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...73S)

  134. THE VOLATILE COMPOSITION OF COMET C/2003 K4 (LINEAR) AT NEAR-IR WAVELENGTHS—COMPARISONS WITH RESULTS FROM THE NANÇAY RADIO TELESCOPE AND FROM THE ODIN, SPITZER, AND SOHO SPACE OBSERVATORIES
    Paganini, L., Mumma, M. J., Villanueva, G. L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808....1P)

  135. IDENTIFICATION OF THE BRIGHTEST LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z = 6.6: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION IN THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Matthee, Jorryt, Sobral, David, Santos, Sérgio, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.451..400M)

  136. BROADBAND OBSERVATIONS OF THE COMPTON-THICK NUCLEUS OF NGC 3393
    Koss, Michael J., Romero-Cañizales, C., Baronchelli, L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807..149K)

  137. FEEDBACK IN LOW-MASS GALAXIES IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE
    Erb, Dawn K.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.523..169E)

  138. KELT-7B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A BRIGHT V = 8.54 RAPIDLY ROTATING F-STAR
    Bieryla, Allyson, Collins, Karen, Beatty, Thomas G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....150...12B)

  139. SEARCH FOR EARLY GAMMA-RAY PRODUCTION IN SUPERNOVAE LOCATED IN A DENSE CIRCUMSTELLAR MEDIUM WITH THE FERMI LAT
    Ackermann, M., Arcavi, I., Baldini, L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807..169A)

  140. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF GIANT STARS IN NGC 5053 AND NGC 5634, TWO GLOBULAR CLUSTERS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SAGITTARIUS DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY?
    Sbordone, L., Monaco, L., Moni Bidin, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...579A.104S)

  141. A NON-LTE ANALYSIS OF THE HOT SUBDWARF O STAR BD+28°4211. II. THE OPTICAL SPECTRUM
    Latour, M., Fontaine, G., Green, E. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...579A..39L)

  142. INITIAL-FINAL MASS RELATION FOR 3 TO 4 M PROGENITORS OF WHITE DWARFS FROM THE SINGLE CLUSTER NGC 2099
    Cummings, Jeffrey D., Kalirai, Jason S., Tremblay, P. -E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807...90C)

  143. AN OVER-MASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN A TYPICAL STAR-FORMING GALAXY, 2 BILLION YEARS AFTER THE BIG BANG
    Trakhtenbrot, Benny, Urry, C. Megan, Civano, Francesca, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...349..168T)

  144. CD -24°17504: A NEW COMPREHENSIVE ELEMENT ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS
    Jacobson, Heather R., Frebel, Anna
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...53J)

  145. RADIAL VELOCITY VARIABILITY OF FIELD BROWN DWARFS
    Prato, L., Mace, G. N., Rice, E. L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...808...12P)

  146. DE0823-49 IS A JUVENILE BINARY BROWN DWARF AT 20.7 PC
    Sahlmann, J., Burgasser, A. J., Martín, E. L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...579A..61S)

  147. THE MASS-RADIUS RELATION OF YOUNG STARS. I. USCO 5, AN M4.5 ECLIPSING BINARY IN UPPER SCORPIUS OBSERVED BY K2
    Kraus, Adam L., Cody, Ann Marie, Covey, Kevin R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...807....3K)

  148. AN EXTRAGALACTIC SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF THE SSA22 FIELD
    Saez, C., Lehmer, B. D., Bauer, F. E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.2615S)

  149. PALLADIUM AND SILVER ABUNDANCES IN STARS WITH [FE/H] > -2.6
    Wu, Xiaoshu, Wang, Liang, Shi, Jianrong, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...579A...8W)

  150. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: MULTIPOPULATION DYNAMICAL MODELLING OF THE ELLIPTICAL GALAXY NGC 1407 FROM STARS AND GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Pota, Vincenzo, Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.3345P)

  151. COSMOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS: FROM THEORY TO EXPERIMENT
    Calmet, Xavier, Keller, Matthias
    2015, refereed (2015MPLA...3040028C)

  152. GALAXIES AT REDSHIFTS 5 TO 6 WITH SYSTEMATICALLY LOW DUST CONTENT AND HIGH [C II] EMISSION
    Capak, P. L., Carilli, C., Jones, G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.522..455C)

  153. A YOUNG WHITE DWARF WITH AN INFRARED EXCESS
    Xu, S., Jura, M., Pantoja, B., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806L...5X)

  154. EXTINCTION AND NEBULAR LINE PROPERTIES OF A HERSCHEL-SELECTED LENSED DUSTY STARBURST AT Z = 1.027
    Timmons, Nicholas, Cooray, Asantha, Nayyeri, Hooshang, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805..140T)

  155. A SEARCH FOR OPTICAL LASER EMISSION USING KECK HIRES
    Tellis, Nathaniel K., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2015, refereed (2015PASP..127..540T)

  156. CIRCUMSTELLAR DISCS IN GALACTIC CENTRE CLUSTERS: DISC-BEARING B-TYPE STARS IN THE QUINTUPLET AND ARCHES CLUSTERS
    Stolte, A., Hußmann, B., Olczak, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...578A...4S)

  157. RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED GALAXIES: GLOBAL DYNAMICS AND STAR-FORMING CLUMPS ON ∼100 PC SCALES AT 1 < Z < 4
    Livermore, R. C., Jones, T. A., Richard, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.1812L)

  158. A COMPREHENSIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 70 VIRGINIS PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Kane, Stephen R., Boyajian, Tabetha S., Henry, Gregory W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...60K)

  159. DISCOVERY OF EIGHT Z ∼ 6 QUASARS IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY OVERLAP REGIONS
    Jiang, Linhua, McGreer, Ian D., Fan, Xiaohui, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..188J)

  160. STRONG NEAR-INFRARED CARBON IN THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA IPTF13EBH
    Hsiao, E. Y., Burns, C. R., Contreras, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...578A...9H)

  161. FIVE NEW EXOPLANETS ORBITING THREE METAL-RICH, MASSIVE STARS: TWO-PLANET SYSTEMS INCLUDING LONG-PERIOD PLANETS AND AN ECCENTRIC PLANET
    Harakawa, Hiroki, Sato, Bun'ei, Omiya, Masashi, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806....5H)

  162. FURTHER CONSISTENCY TESTS OF THE STABILITY OF FUNDAMENTAL COUPLINGS
    Ferreira, M. C., Martins, C. J. A. P.
    2015, refereed (2015PhRvD..91l4032F)

  163. CONFIRMATION OF A STEEP LUMINOSITY FUNCTION FOR LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z = 5.7: A MAJOR COMPONENT OF REIONIZATION
    Dressler, Alan, Henry, Alaina, Martin, Crystal L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...19D)

  164. X-RAY EMISSION IN NON-AGN GALAXIES AT Z &8771 1
    Chatterjee, Suchetana, Newman, Jeffrey A., Jeltema, Tesla, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..136C)

  165. THE INNER ENVIRONMENT OF Z CANIS MAJORIS: HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING POLARIMETRY WITH NACO
    Canovas, H., Perez, S., Dougados, C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...578L...1C)

  166. THE MASSIVE AND DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY. III. SUNYAEV-ZEL'DOVICH MASSES OF GALAXY CLUSTERS AT Z∼1
    Brodwin, M., Greer, C. H., Leitch, E. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...26B)

  167. ACCURATE GRAVITIES OF F, G, AND K STARS FROM HIGH RESOLUTION SPECTRA WITHOUT EXTERNAL CONSTRAINTS
    Brewer, John M., Fischer, Debra A., Basu, Sarbani, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805..126B)

  168. CHARACTERISTICS OF HE II PROXIMITY PROFILES
    Zheng, Wei, Syphers, David, Meiksin, Avery, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..142Z)

  169. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS OF SUB-DAMPED LYΑ ABSORBERS AT Z < 0.5, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR GALAXY CHEMICAL EVOLUTION
    Som, Debopam, Kulkarni, Varsha P., Meiring, Joseph, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...25S)

  170. STELLAR ACTIVITY MIMICS A HABITABLE-ZONE PLANET AROUND KAPTEYN'S STAR
    Robertson, Paul, Roy, Arpita, Mahadevan, Suvrath
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805L..22R)

  171. EXAMINING THE T TAURI SYSTEM WITH SPHERE
    Csépány, Gergely, van den Ancker, Mario, Ábrahám, Péter, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...578L...9C)

  172. EARLY EMISSION FROM THE TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA 1998S AT HIGH RESOLUTION
    Shivvers, Isaac, Groh, Jose H., Mauerhan, Jon C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..213S)

  173. THE NEEDLE IN THE 100 DEG2 HAYSTACK: UNCOVERING AFTERGLOWS OF FERMI GRBS WITH THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Singer, Leo P., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Cenko, S. Bradley, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...52S)

  174. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. III. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF KEPLER STARS WITH GAS GIANT PLANETS
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..248W)

  175. THE MOST LUMINOUS GALAXIES DISCOVERED BY WISE
    Tsai, Chao-Wei, Eisenhardt, Peter R. M., Wu, Jingwen, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...90T)

  176. MC2: GALAXY IMAGING AND REDSHIFT ANALYSIS OF THE MERGING CLUSTER CIZA J2242.8+5301
    Dawson, William A., Jee, M. James, Stroe, Andra, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805..143D)

  177. THE MOSFIRE DEEP EVOLUTION FIELD (MOSDEF) SURVEY: REST-FRAME OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY FOR ~1500 H-SELECTED GALAXIES AT 1.37 < Z < 3.8
    Kriek, Mariska, Shapley, Alice E., Reddy, Naveen A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..218...15K)

  178. THE RISE AND FALL OF STAR FORMATION IN Z ∼ 0.2 MERGING GALAXY CLUSTERS
    Stroe, Andra, Sobral, David, Dawson, William, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450..646S)

  179. [SPECTROSCOPIC DETECTIONS OF C III] Λ1909 Å AT Z ≃ 6-7: A NEW PROBE OF EARLY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AND COSMIC REIONIZATION](http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015MNRAS.450.1846S)
    Stark, Daniel P., Richard, Johan, Charlot, Stéphane, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.1846S)

  180. DETECTION OF HOT, METAL-ENRICHED OUTFLOWING GAS AROUND Z ≈ 2.3 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN THE KECK BARYONIC STRUCTURE SURVEY
    Turner, Monica L., Schaye, Joop, Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.2067T)

  181. DISCOVERY OF SEVEN COMPANIONS TO INTERMEDIATE-MASS STARS WITH EXTREME MASS RATIOS IN THE SCORPIUS-CENTAURUS ASSOCIATION
    Hinkley, Sasha, Kraus, Adam L., Ireland, Michael J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806L...9H)

  182. A DEEP STUDY OF THE DWARF SATELLITES ANDROMEDA XXVIII AND ANDROMEDA XXIX
    Slater, Colin T., Bell, Eric F., Martin, Nicolas F., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..230S)

  183. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: MEASUREMENTS OF BALMER DECREMENTS AND THE DUST ATTENUATION CURVE AT REDSHIFTS Z ~ 1.4-2.6
    Reddy, Naveen A., Kriek, Mariska, Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806..259R)

  184. PLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS (PALMS). V. AGE-DATING LOW-MASS COMPANIONS TO MEMBERS AND INTERLOPERS OF YOUNG MOVING GROUPS
    Bowler, Brendan P., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., Liu, Michael C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...806...62B)

  185. AN OPTICAL SURVEY OF THE PARTIALLY EMBEDDED YOUNG CLUSTER IN NGC 7129
    Dahm, S. E., Hillenbrand, L. A.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..200D)

  186. THREE SUPER-EARTHS ORBITING HD 7924
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Weiss, Lauren M., Sinukoff, Evan, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805..175F)

  187. A SLUGGS AND GEMINI/GMOS COMBINED STUDY OF THE ELLIPTICAL GALAXY M60: WIDE-FIELD PHOTOMETRY AND KINEMATICS OF THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM
    Pota, Vincenzo, Brodie, Jean P., Bridges, Terry, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450.1962P)

  188. MC2: BOOSTED AGN AND STAR FORMATION ACTIVITY IN CIZA J2242.8+5301, A MASSIVE POST-MERGER CLUSTER AT Z = 0.19
    Sobral, David, Stroe, Andra, Dawson, William A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.450..630S)

  189. MULTIPLICITY OF THE GALACTIC SENIOR CITIZENS: A HIGH-RESOLUTION SEARCH FOR COOL SUBDWARF COMPANIONS
    Ziegler, Carl, Law, Nicholas M., Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...30Z)

  190. (SUB)MILLIMETRE INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING OF A SAMPLE OF COSMOS/AZTEC SUBMILLIMETRE GALAXIES. I. MULTIWAVELENGTH IDENTIFICATIONS AND REDSHIFT DISTRIBUTION
    Miettinen, O., Smolčić, V., Novak, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...577A..29M)

  191. INVESTIGATING HΑ, UV, AND IR STAR-FORMATION RATE DIAGNOSTICS FOR A LARGE SAMPLE OF Z ∼ 2 GALAXIES
    Shivaei, Irene, Reddy, Naveen A., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804..149S)

  192. HOW ELEVATED IS THE DYNAMICAL-TO-STELLAR MASS RATIO OF THE ULTRACOMPACT DWARF S999?
    Janz, Joachim, Forbes, Duncan A., Norris, Mark A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.1716J)

  193. UNVEILING THE SECRETS OF METALLICITY AND MASSIVE STAR FORMATION USING DLAS ALONG GAMMA-RAY BURSTS
    Cucchiara, A., Fumagalli, M., Rafelski, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...51C)

  194. THE GALAH SURVEY: SCIENTIFIC MOTIVATION
    De Silva, G. M., Freeman, K. C., Bland-Hawthorn, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.2604D)

  195. [A PILOT SURVEY FOR C III] EMISSION IN THE REIONIZATION ERA: GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED Z ∼ 7-8 GALAXIES IN THE FRONTIER FIELDS CLUSTER ABELL 2744](http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015ApJ...805L...7Z)
    Zitrin, Adi, Ellis, Richard S., Belli, Sirio, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805L...7Z)

  196. DIMMING AND CO ABSORPTION TOWARD THE AA TAU PROTOPLANETARY DISK: AN INFALLING FLOW CAUSED BY DISK INSTABILITY?
    Zhang, Ke, Crockett, Nathan, Salyk, Colette, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...55Z)

  197. H II REGION METALLICITY CONSTRAINTS NEAR THE SITE OF THE STRONGLY LENSED SUPERNOVA “SN REFSDAL” AT REDSHIFT 1.49
    Yuan, Tiantian, Kobayashi, Chiaki, Kewley, Lisa J.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804L..14Y)

  198. METAL-POOR, STRONGLY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN THE DEEP2 SURVEY: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STELLAR MASS, TEMPERATURE-BASED METALLICITY, AND STAR FORMATION RATE
    Ly, Chun, Rigby, Jane R., Cooper, Michael, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...45L)

  199. REVISION OF EARTH-SIZED KEPLER PLANET CANDIDATE PROPERTIES WITH HIGH-RESOLUTION IMAGING BY THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE
    Cartier, Kimberly M. S., Gilliland, Ronald L., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...97C)

  200. A STRONG ULTRAVIOLET PULSE FROM A NEWBORN TYPE IA SUPERNOVA
    Cao, Yi, Kulkarni, S. R., Howell, D. Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.521..328C)

  201. NO SIGNATURE OF EJECTA INTERACTION WITH A STELLAR COMPANION IN THREE TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Olling, Rob P., Mushotzky, Richard, Shaya, Edward J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.521..332O)

  202. A MULTIWAVELENGTH STUDY OF THE RELATIVISTIC TIDAL DISRUPTION CANDIDATE SWIFT J2058.4+0516 AT LATE TIMES
    Pasham, Dheeraj R., Cenko, S. Bradley, Levan, Andrew J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...68P)

  203. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF THE EXISTENCE OF LARGE, DIFFUSE GALAXIES IN THE COMA CLUSTER
    van Dokkum, Pieter G., Romanowsky, Aaron J., Abraham, Roberto, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804L..26V)

  204. QUASAR QUARTET EMBEDDED IN GIANT NEBULA REVEALS RARE MASSIVE STRUCTURE IN DISTANT UNIVERSE
    Hennawi, Joseph F., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Cantalupo, Sebastiano, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...348..779H)

  205. A SPECTROSCOPIC REDSHIFT MEASUREMENT FOR A LUMINOUS LYMAN BREAK GALAXY AT Z = 7.730 USING KECK/MOSFIRE
    Oesch, P. A., van Dokkum, P. G., Illingworth, G. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804L..30O)

  206. SMALL SCATTER AND NEARLY ISOTHERMAL MASS PROFILES TO FOUR HALF-LIGHT RADII FROM TWO-DIMENSIONAL STELLAR DYNAMICS OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Cappellari, Michele, Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804L..21C)

  207. PTF11IQB: COOL SUPERGIANT MASS-LOSS THAT BRIDGES THE GAP BETWEEN TYPE IIN AND NORMAL SUPERNOVAE
    Smith, Nathan, Mauerhan, Jon C., Cenko, S. Bradley, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.1876S)

  208. MASSIVE STARS EXPLODING IN A HE-RICH CIRCUMSTELLAR MEDIUM - VI. OBSERVATIONS OF TWO DISTANT TYPE IBN SUPERNOVA CANDIDATES DISCOVERED BY LA SILLA-QUEST
    Pastorello, A., Hadjiyska, E., Rabinowitz, D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449.1954P)

  209. AN INEFFICIENT DWARF: CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE URSA MINOR DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Ural, Uğur, Cescutti, Gabriele, Koch, Andreas, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.449..761U)

  210. THE MASS-LUMINOSITY RELATION IN THE L/T TRANSITION: INDIVIDUAL DYNAMICAL MASSES FOR THE NEW J-BAND FLUX REVERSAL BINARY SDSSJ105213.51+442255.7AB
    Dupuy, Trent J., Liu, Michael C., Leggett, S. K., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...805...56D)

  211. A SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF THE EXTREME BLACK WIDOW PSR J1311-3430
    Romani, Roger W., Filippenko, Alexei V., Cenko, S. Bradley
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804..115R)

  212. SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION OF WATER, METHANE, AND CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF EXOPLANET HR8799B
    Barman, Travis S., Konopacky, Quinn M., Macintosh, Bruce, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...61B)

  213. A NEARBY M STAR WITH THREE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTHS DISCOVERED BY K2
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Petigura, Erik, Schlieder, Joshua E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...10C)

  214. A DEEP HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE AND KECK SEARCH FOR DEFINITIVE IDENTIFICATION OF LYMAN CONTINUUM EMITTERS AT Z~3.1
    Siana, Brian, Shapley, Alice E., Kulas, Kristin R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...804...17S)

  215. RECORD-BREAKING STORM ACTIVITY ON URANUS IN 2014
    de Pater, Imke, Sromovsky, L. A., Fry, P. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..252..121D)

  216. PROPERTIES OF QSO METAL-LINE ABSORPTION SYSTEMS AT HIGH REDSHIFTS: NATURE AND EVOLUTION OF THE ABSORBERS AND NEW EVIDENCE ON ESCAPE OF IONIZING RADIATION FROM GALAXIES
    Boksenberg, Alec, Sargent, Wallace L. W.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..218....7B)

  217. THE CHANGING FRACTIONS OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVA NUV--OPTICAL SUBCLASSES WITH REDSHIFT
    Milne, Peter A., Foley, Ryan J., Brown, Peter J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...20M)

  218. KEPLER-432: A RED GIANT INTERACTING WITH ONE OF ITS TWO LONG-PERIOD GIANT PLANETS
    Quinn, Samuel N., White, Timothy. R., Latham, David W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...49Q)

  219. A CLEAR AGE-VELOCITY DISPERSION CORRELATION IN ANDROMEDA’S STELLAR DISK
    Dorman, Claire E., Guhathakurta, Puragra, Seth, Anil C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...24D)

  220. THE LYΑ LINE PROFILES OF ULTRALUMINOUS INFRARED GALAXIES: FAST WINDS AND LYMAN CONTINUUM LEAKAGE
    Martin, Crystal L., Dijkstra, Mark, Henry, Alaina, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803....6M)

  221. STRONG WATER ISOTOPIC ANOMALIES IN THE MARTIAN ATMOSPHERE: PROBING CURRENT AND ANCIENT RESERVOIRS
    Villanueva, G. L., Mumma, M. J., Novak, R. E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...348..218V)

  222. EXTRACTING RADIAL VELOCITIES OF A- AND B-TYPE STARS FROM ECHELLE SPECTROGRAPH CALIBRATION SPECTRA
    Becker, Juliette C., Johnson, John Asher, Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..217...29B)

  223. LUMINOUS RED GALAXIES: SELECTION AND CLASSIFICATION BY COMBINING OPTICAL AND INFRARED PHOTOMETRY
    Prakash, Abhishek, Licquia, Timothy C., Newman, Jeffrey A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803..105P)

  224. IPTF14YB: THE FIRST DISCOVERY OF A GAMMA-RAY BURST AFTERGLOW INDEPENDENT OF A HIGH-ENERGY TRIGGER
    Cenko, S. Bradley, Urban, Alex L., Perley, Daniel A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803L..24C)

  225. HAT-P-54B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A 0.6 M STAR IN FIELD 0 OF THE K2 MISSION
    Bakos, G. Á., Hartman, J. D., Bhatti, W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..149B)

  226. THE ABSENCE OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL DEPENDENCE IN THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATION AT Z = 2
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Yuan, Tiantian, Nanayakkara, Themiya, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802L..26K)

  227. SHOCKED GAS IN IRAS F17207-0014: ISM COLLISIONS AND OUTFLOWS
    Medling, Anne M., U, Vivian, Rich, Jeffrey A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.448.2301M)

  228. REFINED PROPERTIES OF THE HD 130322 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Hinkel, Natalie R., Kane, Stephen R., Henry, Gregory W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803....8H)

  229. LARGE-SCALE ENVIRONMENT OF Z ∼ 5.7 C IV ABSORPTION SYSTEMS -II. SPECTROSCOPY OF LYMAN Α EMITTERS
    Díaz, C. Gonzalo, Ryan-Weber, Emma V., Cooke, Jeff, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.448.1240D)

  230. FOLLOWING BLACK HOLE SCALING RELATIONS THROUGH GAS-RICH MERGERS
    Medling, Anne M., U, Vivian, Max, Claire E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803...61M)

  231. KNOW THE STAR, KNOW THE PLANET. IV. A STELLAR COMPANION TO THE HOST STAR OF THE ECCENTRIC EXOPLANET HD 8673B
    Roberts, Lewis C., Jr., Mason, Brian D., Neyman, Christopher R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..144R)

  232. DISCOVERY OF A LOW-LUMINOSITY, TIGHT SUBSTELLAR BINARY AT THE T/Y TRANSITION
    Dupuy, Trent J., Liu, Michael C., Leggett, S. K.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...803..102D)

  233. THE IDENTIFICATION OF Z-DROPOUTS IN PAN-STARRS1: THREE QUASARS AT 6.5< Z< 6.7
    Venemans, B. P., Bañados, E., Decarli, R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801L..11V)

  234. THE IMPACT OF STAR FORMATION AND GAMMA-RAY BURST RATES AT HIGH REDSHIFT ON COSMIC CHEMICAL EVOLUTION AND REIONIZATION
    Vangioni, Elisabeth, Olive, Keith A., Prestegard, Tanner, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447.2575V)

  235. IRRADIATION PRODUCTS ON DWARF PLANET MAKEMAKE
    Brown, M. E., Schaller, E. L., Blake, G. A.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..105B)

  236. CONNECTING GRBS AND ULIRGS: A SENSITIVE, UNBIASED SURVEY FOR RADIO EMISSION FROM GAMMA-RAY BURST HOST GALAXIES AT 0 < Z < 2.5
    Perley, D. A., Perley, R. A., Hjorth, J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801..102P)

  237. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF AN ULTRA MASSIVE AND COMPACT GALAXY AT Z = 3.35: A DETAILED LOOK AT AN EARLY PROGENITOR OF LOCAL GIANT ELLIPTICALS
    Marsan, Z. Cemile, Marchesini, Danilo, Brammer, Gabriel B., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801..133M)

  238. FAST ROTATION AND TRAILING FRAGMENTS OF THE ACTIVE ASTEROID P/2012 F5 (GIBBS)
    Drahus, Michał, Waniak, Wacław, Tendulkar, Shriharsh, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...802L...8D)

  239. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: EXCITATION PROPERTIES OF Z ˜ 2.3 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Shapley, Alice E., Reddy, Naveen A., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...88S)

  240. THE FASTEST UNBOUND STAR IN OUR GALAXY EJECTED BY A THERMONUCLEAR SUPERNOVA
    Geier, S., Fürst, F., Ziegerer, E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...347.1126G)

  241. MULTIPLE IMAGES OF A HIGHLY MAGNIFIED SUPERNOVA FORMED BY AN EARLY-TYPE CLUSTER GALAXY LENS
    Kelly, Patrick L., Rodney, Steven A., Treu, Tommaso, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Sci...347.1123K)

  242. THE HERBIG BE STAR V1818 ORI AND ITS ENVIRONMENT
    Chiang, Hsin-Fang, Reipurth, Bo, Hillenbrand, Lynne
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..108C)

  243. EVIDENCE OF PATCHY HYDROGEN REIONIZATION FROM AN EXTREME LYΑ TROUGH BELOW REDSHIFT SIX
    Becker, George D., Bolton, James S., Madau, Piero, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447.3402B)

  244. STELLAR ACTIVITY AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR EXOPLANET DETECTION ON GJ 176
    Robertson, Paul, Endl, Michael, Henry, Gregory W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...79R)

  245. NEUTRAL CHLORINE AND MOLECULAR HYDROGEN AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Balashev, S. A., Noterdaeme, P., Klimenko, V. V., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...575L...8B)

  246. A ROBUST DEUTERIUM ABUNDANCE; RE-MEASUREMENT OF THE Z = 3.256 ABSORPTION SYSTEM TOWARDS THE QUASAR PKS 1937-101
    Riemer-Sørensen, S., Webb, J. K., Crighton, N., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447.2925R)

  247. WISE J072003.20-084651.2: AN OLD AND ACTIVE M9.5 + T5 SPECTRAL BINARY 6 PC FROM THE SUN
    Burgasser, Adam J., Gillon, Michaël, Melis, Carl, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149..104B)

  248. CARBON IN RED GIANTS IN GLOBULAR CLUSTERS AND DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXIES
    Kirby, Evan N., Guo, Michelle, Zhang, Andrew J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801..125K)

  249. KEPLER-445, KEPLER-446 AND THE OCCURRENCE OF COMPACT MULTIPLES ORBITING MID-M DWARF STARS
    Muirhead, Philip S., Mann, Andrew W., Vanderburg, Andrew, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...18M)

  250. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: OPTICAL ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEUS DIAGNOSTICS AT Z ~ 2.3
    Coil, Alison L., Aird, James, Reddy, Naveen, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...801...35C)

  251. MONITORING THE DUSTY S-CLUSTER OBJECT (DSO/G2) ON ITS ORBIT TOWARD THE GALACTIC CENTER BLACK HOLE
    Valencia-S., M., Eckart, A., Zajaček, M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..125V)

  252. PROBING THE PHYSICAL CONDITIONS OF ATOMIC GAS AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Neeleman, Marcel, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Wolfe, Arthur M.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800....7N)

  253. COSMIC EVOLUTION OF BLACK HOLES AND SPHEROIDS. V. THE RELATION BETWEEN BLACK HOLE MASS AND HOST GALAXY LUMINOSITY FOR A SAMPLE OF 79 ACTIVE GALAXIES
    Park, Daeseong, Woo, Jong-Hak, Bennert, Vardha N., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..164P)

  254. A NEW ACTIVE ASTEROID 313P/GIBBS
    Jewitt, David, Agarwal, Jessica, Peixinho, Nuno, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...81J)

  255. THE SL2S GALAXY-SCALE LENS SAMPLE. V. DARK MATTER HALOS AND STELLAR IMF OF MASSIVE EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES OUT TO REDSHIFT 0.8
    Sonnenfeld, Alessandro, Treu, Tommaso, Marshall, Philip J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...94S)

  256. ONE PLANE FOR ALL: MASSIVE STAR-FORMING AND QUIESCENT GALAXIES LIE ON THE SAME MASS FUNDAMENTAL PLANE AT Z ~ 0 AND Z ~ 0.7
    Bezanson, Rachel, Franx, Marijn, van Dokkum, Pieter G.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..148B)

  257. STELLAR POPULATIONS FROM SPECTROSCOPY OF A LARGE SAMPLE OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT Z > 1: MEASURING THE CONTRIBUTION OF PROGENITOR BIAS TO EARLY SIZE GROWTH
    Belli, Sirio, Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..206B)

  258. H2/HD MOLECULAR CLOUDS IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE. AN INDEPENDENT MEANS OF ESTIMATING THE BARYON DENSITY OF THE UNIVERSE
    Ivanchik, A. V., Balashev, S. A., Varshalovich, D. A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ARep...59..100I)

  259. THE FAR-INFRARED-RADIO CORRELATION IN MS0451-03
    Randriamampandry, S. M., Crawford, S. M., Cress, C. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447..168R)

  260. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE KNOWN T-TYPE DWARFS TOWARDS THE Σ ORIONIS CLUSTER
    Peña Ramírez, K., Zapatero Osorio, M. R., Béjar, V. J. S.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...574A.118P)

  261. DETAILED AFTERGLOW MODELLING AND HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES OF THE DARK GRB 111215A
    van der Horst, A. J., Levan, A. J., Pooley, G. G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.4116V)

  262. A REAL-TIME FAST RADIO BURST: POLARIZATION DETECTION AND MULTIWAVELENGTH FOLLOW-UP
    Petroff, E., Bailes, M., Barr, E. D., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447..246P)

  263. ON THE NATURE OF TYPE IIN/IA-CSM SUPERNOVAE: OPTICAL AND NEAR-INFRARED SPECTRA OF SN 2012CA AND SN 2013DN
    Fox, Ori D., Silverman, Jeffrey M., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447..772F)

  264. SN HUNT 248: A SUPER-EDDINGTON OUTBURST FROM A MASSIVE COOL HYPERGIANT
    Mauerhan, Jon C., Van Dyk, Schuyler D., Graham, Melissa L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447.1922M)

  265. THE MASS OF KEPLER-93B AND THE COMPOSITION OF TERRESTRIAL PLANETS
    Dressing, Courtney D., Charbonneau, David, Dumusque, Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..135D)

  266. STELLAR PARAMETERS FOR HD 69830, A NEARBY STAR WITH THREE NEPTUNE MASS PLANETS AND AN ASTEROID BELT
    Tanner, Angelle, Boyajian, Tabetha S., von Braun, Kaspar, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..115T)

  267. WEATHER ON OTHER WORLDS. II. SURVEY RESULTS: SPOTS ARE UBIQUITOUS ON L AND T DWARFS
    Metchev, Stanimir A., Heinze, Aren, Apai, Dániel, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..154M)

  268. THE MOST METAL-POOR DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS: AN INSIGHT INTO DWARF GALAXIES AT HIGH-REDSHIFT
    Cooke, Ryan J., Pettini, Max, Jorgenson, Regina A.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...12C)

  269. AN ANCIENT EXTRASOLAR SYSTEM WITH FIVE SUB-EARTH-SIZE PLANETS
    Campante, T. L., Barclay, T., Swift, J. J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..170C)

  270. THE MOSDEF SURVEY: MASS, METALLICITY, AND STAR-FORMATION RATE AT Z ~ 2.3
    Sanders, Ryan L., Shapley, Alice E., Kriek, Mariska, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..138S)

  271. IMPACT OF INSTRUMENTAL SYSTEMATIC ERRORS ON FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT MEASUREMENTS WITH QUASAR SPECTRA
    Whitmore, Jonathan B., Murphy, Michael T.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.447..446W)

  272. THE CALIFORNIA PLANET SURVEY IV: A PLANET ORBITING THE GIANT STAR HD 145934 AND UPDATES TO SEVEN SYSTEMS WITH LONG-PERIOD PLANETS
    Feng, Y. Katherina, Wright, Jason T., Nelson, Benjamin, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...22F)

  273. VALIDATION OF 12 SMALL KEPLER TRANSITING PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Torres, Guillermo, Kipping, David M., Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...99T)

  274. FRIENDS OF HOT JUPITERS. II. NO CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN HOT-JUPITER SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT AND THE INCIDENCE OF DIRECTLY IMAGED STELLAR COMPANIONS
    Ngo, Henry, Knutson, Heather A., Hinkley, Sasha, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..138N)

  275. THE RELATION BETWEEN DYNAMICAL MASS-TO-LIGHT RATIO AND COLOR FOR MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXIES OUT TO Z ~ 2 AND COMPARISON WITH STELLAR POPULATION SYNTHESIS MODELS
    van de Sande, Jesse, Kriek, Mariska, Franx, Marijn, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..125V)

  276. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. VII. REFINED PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE TRANSITING BROWN DWARF LHS 6343 C
    Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher, Muirhead, Philip S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800..134M)

  277. THE MOST METAL-RICH DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS AT Z ≳ 1.5 I: THE DATA
    Berg, Trystyn A. M., Neeleman, Marcel, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015PASP..127..167B)

  278. CHARACTERIZING K2 PLANET DISCOVERIES: A SUPER-EARTH TRANSITING THE BRIGHT K DWARF HIP 116454
    Vanderburg, Andrew, Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...800...59V)

  279. WISEP J004701.06+680352.1: AN INTERMEDIATE SURFACE GRAVITY, DUSTY BROWN DWARF IN THE AB DOR MOVING GROUP
    Gizis, John E., Allers, Katelyn N., Liu, Michael C., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799..203G)

  280. HIGH-RESOLUTION MULTI-BAND IMAGING FOR VALIDATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SMALL KEPLER PLANETS
    Everett, Mark E., Barclay, Thomas, Ciardi, David R., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...55E)

  281. THE RISING LIGHT CURVES OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Firth, R. E., Sullivan, M., Gal-Yam, A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.3895F)

  282. A POSSIBLE CLOSE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK-HOLE BINARY IN A QUASAR WITH OPTICAL PERIODICITY
    Graham, Matthew J., Djorgovski, S. G., Stern, Daniel, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Natur.518...74G)

  283. METALLICITY EVOLUTION OF THE SIX MOST LUMINOUS M31 DWARF SATELLITES
    Ho, Nhung, Geha, Marla, Tollerud, Erik J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798...77H)

  284. DIRECTLY IMAGING DAMPED LY Α GALAXIES AT Z > 2 - III. THE STAR FORMATION RATES OF NEUTRAL GAS RESERVOIRS AT Z ∼ 2.7
    Fumagalli, Michele, O'Meara, John M., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.3178F)

  285. DUMB-BELL-SHAPED EQUILIBRIUM FIGURES FOR FIDUCIAL CONTACT-BINARY ASTEROIDS AND EKBOS
    Descamps, Pascal
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..245...64D)

  286. A LUMINOUS, FAST RISING UV-TRANSIENT DISCOVERED BY ROTSE: A TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENT?
    Vinkó, J., Yuan, F., Quimby, R. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...798...12V)

  287. THE BROAD-LINED TYPE IC SN 2012AP AND THE NATURE OF RELATIVISTIC SUPERNOVAE LACKING A GAMMA-RAY BURST DETECTION
    Milisavljevic, D., Margutti, R., Parrent, J. T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...51M)

  288. COMPARING THE OBSERVABLE PROPERTIES OF DWARF GALAXIES ON AND OFF THE ANDROMEDA PLANE
    Collins, Michelle L. M., Martin, Nicolas F., Rich, R. M., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799L..13C)

  289. STUDY OF THE INNER DISK OF THE HERBIG STAR MWC480
    Jamialahmadi, N., Lopez, B., Berio, P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Ap&SS.355..105J)

  290. THE STATE OF PLUTO'S ATMOSPHERE IN 2012-2013
    Bosh, A. S., Person, M. J., Levine, S. E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015Icar..246..237B)

  291. SLOW-SPEED SUPERNOVAE FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY: TWO CHANNELS
    White, Christopher J., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Nugent, Peter E., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...52W)

  292. TYPE IA SUPERNOVA SPECTRAL FEATURES IN THE CONTEXT OF THEIR HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES
    Pan, Y. -C., Sullivan, M., Maguire, K., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446..354P)

  293. NEW FE I LEVEL ENERGIES AND LINE IDENTIFICATIONS FROM STELLAR SPECTRA
    Peterson, Ruth C., Kurucz, Robert L.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..216....1P)

  294. TWINS FOR LIFE? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE 2011FE AND 2011BY
    Graham, M. L., Foley, R. J., Zheng, W., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.2073G)

  295. PROBING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI WITH BACKGROUND QUASARS
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Churchill, Christopher W., Murphy, Michael T., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446.2861K)

  296. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: GLOBULAR CLUSTER STELLAR POPULATION TRENDS FROM WEAK ABSORPTION LINES IN STACKED SPECTRA
    Usher, Christopher, Forbes, Duncan A., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446..369U)

  297. COMPREHENSIVE OBSERVATIONS OF THE BRIGHT AND ENERGETIC TYPE IAX SN 2012Z: INTERPRETATION AS A CHANDRASEKHAR MASS WHITE DWARF EXPLOSION
    Stritzinger, M. D., Valenti, S., Hoeflich, P., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015A&A...573A...2S)

  298. RADIO-SELECTED BINARY ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI FROM THE VERY LARGE ARRAY STRIPE 82 SURVEY
    Fu, Hai, Myers, A. D., Djorgovski, S. G., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...72F)

  299. DETECTION OF STARS WITHIN ˜0.8 IN OF KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Kolbl, Rea, Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, et al.
    2015, refereed (2015AJ....149...18K)

  300. NEWLY DISCOVERED PLANETS ORBITING HD 5319, HD 11506, HD 75784 AND HD 10442 FROM THE N2K CONSORTIUM
    Giguere, Matthew J., Fischer, Debra A., Payne, Matthew J., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...89G)

  301. KINEMATICS OF STELLAR POPULATIONS IN POSTSTARBURST GALAXIES
    Hiner, Kyle D., Canalizo, Gabriela
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...59H)

  302. SPATIALLY RESOLVED GAS KINEMATICS WITHIN A LYΑ NEBULA: EVIDENCE FOR LARGE-SCALE ROTATION
    Prescott, Moire K. M., Martin, Crystal L., Dey, Arjun
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...62P)

  303. PLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS (PALMS). IV. THE OUTER ARCHITECTURE OF M DWARF PLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Bowler, Brendan P., Liu, Michael C., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJS..216....7B)

  304. NEAR-INFRARED PHOTOMETRY OF Y DWARFS: LOW AMMONIA ABUNDANCE AND THE ONSET OF WATER CLOUDS
    Leggett, S. K., Morley, Caroline V., Marley, M. S., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015ApJ...799...37L)

  305. MASS AND PERIOD LIMITS ON THE RINGED COMPANION TRANSITING THE YOUNG STAR J1407
    Kenworthy, M. A., Lacour, S., Kraus, A., et al.
    2015, refereed (2015MNRAS.446..411K)

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2014

  1. COMPACT QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFTS
    Hsu, Li-Yen, Stockton, Alan, Shih, Hsin-Yi
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...92H)

  2. KILOPARSEC-SCALE PROPERTIES OF EMISSION-LINE GALAXIES
    Hemmati, Shoubaneh, Miller, Sarah H., Mobasher, Bahram, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797..108H)

  3. HIDDEN STARBURSTS AND ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI AT 0 < Z < 4 FROM THE HERSCHEL-VVDS-CFHTLS-D1 FIELD: INFERENCES ON COEVOLUTION AND FEEDBACK
    Lemaux, B. C., Le Floc'h, E., Le Fèvre, O., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A..90L)

  4. THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF PHOSPHORUS
    Jacobson, Heather R., Thanathibodee, Thanawuth, Frebel, Anna, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796L..24J)

  5. BREAKING OF THE EQUIVALENCE PRINCIPLE IN THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SECTOR AND ITS COSMOLOGICAL SIGNATURES
    Hees, Aurélien, Minazzoli, Olivier, Larena, Julien
    2014, refereed (2014PhRvD..90l4064H)

  6. LENS MODELS OF HERSCHEL-SELECTED GALAXIES FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION NEAR-IR OBSERVATIONS
    Calanog, J. A., Fu, Hai, Cooray, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797..138C)

  7. A TECHNIQUE TO DERIVE IMPROVED PROPER MOTIONS FOR KEPLER OBJECTS OF INTEREST
    Benedict, G. Fritz, Tanner, Angelle M., Cargile, Phillip A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148..108B)

  8. [Α/FE] ABUNDANCES OF FOUR OUTER M31 HALO STARS
    Vargas, Luis C., Gilbert, Karoline M., Geha, Marla, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797L...2V)

  9. ULTRAVIOLET EMISSION LINES IN YOUNG LOW-MASS GALAXIES AT Z ≃ 2: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR STUDIES AT Z > 7
    Stark, Daniel P., Richard, Johan, Siana, Brian, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445.3200S)

  10. CONSTRAINING THE EXOZODIACAL LUMINOSITY FUNCTION OF MAIN-SEQUENCE STARS: COMPLETE RESULTS FROM THE KECK NULLER MID-INFRARED SURVEYS
    Mennesson, B., Millan-Gabet, R., Serabyn, E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797..119M)

  11. STELLAR FEEDBACK AS THE ORIGIN OF AN EXTENDED MOLECULAR OUTFLOW IN A STARBURST GALAXY
    Geach, J. E., Hickox, R. C., Diamond-Stanic, A. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.516...68G)

  12. SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP OF L- AND T-TYPE PROPER-MOTION MEMBER CANDIDATES IN THE PLEIADES
    Zapatero Osorio, M. R., Béjar, V. J. S., Martín, E. L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A..67Z)

  13. DETECTION OF NEUTRAL PHOSPHORUS IN THE NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRA OF LATE-TYPE STARS
    Roederer, Ian U., Jacobson, Heather R., Thanathibodee, Thanawuth, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797...69R)

  14. VIMOS ULTRA-DEEP SURVEY (VUDS): WITNESSING THE ASSEMBLY OF A MASSIVE CLUSTER AT Z ~ 3.3
    Lemaux, B. C., Cucciati, O., Tasca, L. A. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...572A..41L)

  15. QUASARS PROBING QUASARS. VII. THE PINNACLE OF THE COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM SURROUNDS MASSIVE Z ~ 2 GALAXIES
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, Lau, Marie Wingyee, Hennawi, Joseph F.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796..140P)

  16. THE DETAILED CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF M31 STAR CLUSTERS. I. FE, ALPHA AND LIGHT ELEMENTS
    Colucci, Janet E., Bernstein, Rebecca A., Cohen, Judith G.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797..116C)

  17. THE HYDROGEN-POOR SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVA IPTF 13AJG AND ITS HOST GALAXY IN ABSORPTION AND EMISSION
    Vreeswijk, Paul M., Savaglio, Sandra, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797...24V)

  18. THE NEXT GENERATION VIRGO CLUSTER SURVEY. XV. THE PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT ESTIMATION FOR BACKGROUND SOURCES
    Raichoor, A., Mei, S., Erben, T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...797..102R)

  19. THE QUENCHING OF THE ULTRA-FAINT DWARF GALAXIES IN THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Brown, Thomas M., Tumlinson, Jason, Geha, Marla, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...91B)

  20. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE HOT JUPITER HAT-P-32AB AND THE M-DWARF COMPANION HAT-P-32B
    Zhao, Ming, O'Rourke, Joseph G., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796..115Z)

  21. GLOBAL PROPERTIES OF M31'S STELLAR HALO FROM THE SPLASH SURVEY. II. METALLICITY PROFILE
    Gilbert, Karoline M., Kalirai, Jason S., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...76G)

  22. THE ORIGIN OF THE METAL-POOR COMMON PROPER MOTION PAIR HD 134439/134440: INSIGHTS FROM NEW ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCES
    Chen, Yu, King, Jeremy R., Boesgaard, Ann M.
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126.1010C)

  23. NEOWISE-R OBSERVATION OF THE COOLEST KNOWN BROWN DWARF
    Wright, Edward L., Mainzer, Amy, Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...82W)

  24. TRIAND AND ITS SIBLINGS: SATELLITES OF SATELLITES IN THE MILKY WAY HALO
    Deason, A. J., Belokurov, V., Hamren, K. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.3975D)

  25. ACCRETION IN ACTION: PHASE SPACE COHERENCE OF STELLAR DEBRIS AND GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN ANDROMEDA'S SOUTH-WEST CLOUD.
    Mackey, A. D., Lewis, G. F., Collins, M. L. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445L..89M)

  26. PRECISE DETERMINATION OF FUNDAMENTAL PARAMETERS OF SIX EXOPLANET HOST STARS AND THEIR PLANETS
    Liu, Kang, Bi, Shao-Lan, Li, Tan-Da, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014RAA....14.1447L)

  27. PLANET HUNTERS. VII. DISCOVERY OF A NEW LOW-MASS, LOW-DENSITY PLANET (PH3 C) ORBITING KEPLER-289 WITH MASS MEASUREMENTS OF TWO ADDITIONAL PLANETS (PH3 B AND D)
    Schmitt, Joseph R., Agol, Eric, Deck, Katherine M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..167S)

  28. COROT-22 B: A VALIDATED 4.9 R EXOPLANET IN 10-D ORBIT
    Moutou, C., Almenara, J. M., Díaz, R. F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.2783M)

  29. EXPLORING THE SPECTRAL DIVERSITY OF LOW-REDSHIFT TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE USING THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Maguire, K., Sullivan, M., Pan, Y. -C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.3258M)

  30. THE AIMSS PROJECT II: DYNAMICAL-TO-STELLAR MASS RATIOS ACROSS THE STAR CLUSTER-GALAXY DIVIDE
    Forbes, Duncan A., Norris, Mark A., Strader, Jay, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.2993F)

  31. METAL-LINE ABSORPTION AROUND Z ≈ 2.4 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES IN THE KECK BARYONIC STRUCTURE SURVEY
    Turner, Monica L., Schaye, Joop, Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445..794T)

  32. LINE-EMITTING GALAXIES BEYOND A REDSHIFT OF 7: AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR ESTIMATING THE EVOLVING NEUTRALITY OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Schenker, Matthew A., Ellis, Richard S., Konidaris, Nick P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...20S)

  33. THE UVES LARGE PROGRAM FOR TESTING FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS - III. CONSTRAINTS ON THE FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT FROM THREE TELESCOPES
    Evans, T. M., Murphy, M. T., Whitmore, J. B., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445..128E)

  34. THE SAGES LEGACY UNIFYING GLOBULARS AND GALAXIES SURVEY (SLUGGS): SAMPLE DEFINITION, METHODS, AND INITIAL RESULTS
    Brodie, Jean P., Romanowsky, Aaron J., Strader, Jay, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...52B)

  35. SEARCHING FOR CHEMICAL SIGNATURES OF MULTIPLE STELLAR POPULATIONS IN THE OLD, MASSIVE OPEN CLUSTER NGC 6791
    Bragaglia, Angela, Sneden, Christopher, Carretta, Eugenio, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796...68B)

  36. KECK-I MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF COMPACT STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT Z >~ 2: HIGH VELOCITY DISPERSIONS IN PROGENITORS OF COMPACT QUIESCENT GALAXIES
    Barro, Guillermo, Trump, Jonathan R., Koo, David C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..145B)

  37. A DUST-PARALLAX DISTANCE OF 19 MEGAPARSECS TO THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE IN NGC 4151
    Hönig, Sebastian F., Watson, Darach, Kishimoto, Makoto, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.515..528H)

  38. SDSS1133: AN UNUSUALLY PERSISTENT TRANSIENT IN A NEARBY DWARF GALAXY
    Koss, Michael, Blecha, Laura, Mushotzky, Richard, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445..515K)

  39. STRONG NEBULAR LINE RATIOS IN THE SPECTRA OF Z ~ 2-3 STAR FORMING GALAXIES: FIRST RESULTS FROM KBSS-MOSFIRE
    Steidel, Charles C., Rudie, Gwen C., Strom, Allison L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..165S)

  40. KECK/MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF A VIRGO-LIKE CLUSTER ANCESTOR AT Z = 2.095
    Yuan, Tiantian, Nanayakkara, Themiya, Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795L..20Y)

  41. DETECTION OF GALACTIC CENTER SOURCE G2 AT 3.8 ΜM DURING PERIAPSE PASSAGE
    Witzel, G., Ghez, A. M., Morris, M. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...796L...8W)

  42. LYΑ FOREST TOMOGRAPHY FROM BACKGROUND GALAXIES: THE FIRST MEGAPARSEC-RESOLUTION LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE MAP AT Z > 2
    Lee, Khee-Gan, Hennawi, Joseph F., Stark, Casey, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795L..12L)

  43. THE LYΑ PROPERTIES OF FAINT GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2-3 WITH SYSTEMIC REDSHIFTS AND VELOCITY DISPERSIONS FROM KECK-MOSFIRE
    Erb, Dawn K., Steidel, Charles C., Trainor, Ryan F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...33E)

  44. KEPLER-424 B: A "LONELY" HOT JUPITER THAT FOUND A COMPANION
    Endl, Michael, Caldwell, Douglas A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..151E)

  45. CECI N'EST PAS A GLOBULAR CLUSTER: THE METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION OF THE STELLAR SYSTEM TERZAN 5
    Massari, D., Mucciarelli, A., Ferraro, F. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...22M)

  46. A SAMPLE OF TYPE II-L SUPERNOVAE
    Faran, T., Poznanski, D., Filippenko, A. V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.445..554F)

  47. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSITING PLANET NEAR THE SNOW-LINE
    Kipping, D. M., Torres, G., Buchhave, L. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795...25K)

  48. DEEP THERMAL INFRARED IMAGING OF HR 8799 BCDE: NEW ATMOSPHERIC CONSTRAINTS AND LIMITS ON A FIFTH PLANET
    Currie, Thayne, Burrows, Adam, Girard, Julien H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...795..133C)

  49. TWO NEW, RARE, HIGH-EFFUSION OUTBURST ERUPTIONS AT RAROG AND HENO PATERAE ON IO
    de Pater, Imke, Davies, Ashley Gerard, Ádámkovics, Máté, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..242..365D)

  50. GLOBAL NEAR-IR MAPS FROM GEMINI-N AND KECK IN 2010, WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON JANUS PATERA AND KANEHEKILI FLUCTUS
    de Pater, Imke, Davies, Ashley Gerard, McGregor, Alistair, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..242..379D)

  51. NUSTAR AND XMM-NEWTON OBSERVATIONS OF LUMINOUS, HEAVILY OBSCURED, WISE-SELECTED QUASARS AT Z ~ 2
    Stern, D., Lansbury, G. B., Assef, R. J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..102S)

  52. TASTE IV: REFINING EPHEMERIS AND ORBITAL PARAMETERS FOR HAT-P-20B AND WASP-1B
    Granata, V., Nascimbeni, V., Piotto, G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AN....335..797G)

  53. CONSTRAINING THE VARIATION OF THE FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT WITH OBSERVATIONS OF NARROW QUASAR ABSORPTION LINES
    Songaila, A., Cowie, L. L.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793..103S)

  54. RAPID DECLINE OF LYΑ EMISSION TOWARD THE REIONIZATION ERA
    Tilvi, V., Papovich, C., Finkelstein, S. L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794....5T)

  55. 3D-HST WFC3-SELECTED PHOTOMETRIC CATALOGS IN THE FIVE CANDELS/3D-HST FIELDS: PHOTOMETRY, PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFTS, AND STELLAR MASSES
    Skelton, Rosalind E., Whitaker, Katherine E., Momcheva, Ivelina G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..214...24S)

  56. LINE LISTS FOR THE A 2Π-X 2Σ+ (RED) AND B 2Σ+-X 2Σ+ (VIOLET) SYSTEMS OF CN, 13C14N, AND 12C15N, AND APPLICATION TO ASTRONOMICAL SPECTRA
    Sneden, Christopher, Lucatello, Sara, Ram, Ram S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..214...26S)

  57. EVIDENCE FOR UBIQUITOUS COLLIMATED GALACTIC-SCALE OUTFLOWS ALONG THE STAR-FORMING SEQUENCE AT Z ~ 0.5
    Rubin, Kate H. R., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Koo, David C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..156R)

  58. A CHEMICAL CONFIRMATION OF THE FAINT BOÖTES II DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Koch, Andreas, Rich, R. Michael
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794...89K)

  59. SPITZER/IRAC OBSERVATIONS OF THE VARIABILITY OF SGR A* AND THE OBJECT G2 AT 4.5 ΜM
    Hora, J. L., Witzel, G., Ashby, M. L. N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793..120H)

  60. MOSFIRE AND LDSS3 SPECTROSCOPY FOR AN [O II] BLOB AT Z = 1.18: GAS OUTFLOW AND ENERGY SOURCE
    Harikane, Yuichi, Ouchi, Masami, Yuma, Suraphong, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..129H)

  61. DIRECTLY IMAGING DAMPED LYΑ GALAXIES AT Z > 2 - II. IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF 32 QUASAR FIELDS
    Fumagalli, Michele, O'Meara, John M., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.444.1282F)

  62. THE 3 ΜM SPECTRUM OF JUPITER'S IRREGULAR SATELLITE HIMALIA
    Brown, M. E., Rhoden, A. R.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793L..44B)

  63. THE FUNDAMENTAL PLANE OF MASSIVE QUIESCENT GALAXIES OUT TO Z ~ 2
    van de Sande, Jesse, Kriek, Mariska, Franx, Marijn, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793L..31V)

  64. DISK DISSIPATION TIMESCALE OF PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE STARS IN TAURUS*
    Takagi, Yuhei, Itoh, Yoichi, Oasa, Yumiko
    2014, refereed (2014PASJ...66...88T)

  65. A STUDY OF THE Λ10830 HE I LINE AMONG RED GIANTS IN MESSIER 13
    Smith, Graeme H., Dupree, Andrea K., Strader, Jay
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126..901S)

  66. THE RESOLVED OUTFLOW FROM 3C 48
    Shih, Hsin-Yi, Stockton, Alan
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..117S)

  67. THE LAUNCH REGION OF THE SVS 13 OUTFLOW AND JET
    Hodapp, Klaus W., Chini, Rolf
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794..169H)

  68. THE NASA-UC-UH ETA-EARTH PROGRAM. IV. A LOW-MASS PLANET ORBITING AN M DWARF 3.6 PC FROM EARTH
    Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Fischer, Debra A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794...51H)

  69. MULTIPLE ASTEROID SYSTEMS (45) EUGENIA AND (87) SYLVIA: SENSITIVITY TO EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL PERTURBATIONS
    Beauvalet, L., Marchis, F.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..241...13B)

  70. DWARF GALAXIES IN THE PERSEUS CLUSTER: FURTHER EVIDENCE FOR A DISC ORIGIN FOR DWARF ELLIPTICALS
    Penny, Samantha J., Forbes, Duncan A., Pimbblet, Kevin A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.3381P)

  71. THE PHYSICAL PARAMETERS OF THE RETIRED A STAR HD 185351
    Johnson, John Asher, Huber, Daniel, Boyajian, Tabetha, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...794...15J)

  72. INTERFEROMETRIC FOLLOW-UP OF WISE HYPER-LUMINOUS HOT, DUST-OBSCURED GALAXIES
    Wu, Jingwen, Bussmann, R. Shane, Tsai, Chao-Wei, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793....8W)

  73. WEAK METAL LINES IN OPTICAL HIGH-RESOLUTION VERY LARGE TELESCOPE AND KECK SPECTRA OF "COOL" PG 1159 STARS
    Werner, K., Rauch, T.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...569A..99W)

  74. THE CORE COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA RATE FROM THE SDSS-II SUPERNOVA SURVEY
    Taylor, Matt, Cinabro, David, Dilday, Ben, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792..135T)

  75. MULTI-EPOCH HIGH-SPECTRAL-RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS OF NEUTRAL SODIUM IN 14 TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Sternberg, A., Gal-Yam, A., Simon, J. D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.1849S)

  76. 2FGL J1653.6-0159: A NEW LOW IN EVAPORATING PULSAR BINARY PERIODS
    Romani, Roger W., Filippenko, Alexei V., Cenko, S. Bradley
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793L..20R)

  77. THE ASSEMBLY HISTORIES OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES SINCE Z = 0.7 FROM ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY
    Choi, Jieun, Conroy, Charlie, Moustakas, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792...95C)

  78. A CONTINUUM OF H- TO HE-RICH TIDAL DISRUPTION CANDIDATES WITH A PREFERENCE FOR E+A GALAXIES
    Arcavi, Iair, Gal-Yam, Avishay, Sullivan, Mark, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793...38A)

  79. THE MAGELLAN UNIFORM SURVEY OF DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEMS - II. PAUCITY OF STRONG MOLECULAR HYDROGEN ABSORPTION
    Jorgenson, Regina A., Murphy, Michael T., Thompson, Rodger, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.2783J)

  80. NEW PERSPECTIVE ON GALAXY OUTFLOWS FROM THE FIRST DETECTION OF BOTH INTRINSIC AND TRAVERSE METAL-LINE ABSORPTION
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Martin, Crystal L., Bouché, Nicolas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792L..12K)

  81. WIDE COOL AND ULTRACOOL COMPANIONS TO NEARBY STARS FROM PAN-STARRS 1
    Deacon, Niall R., Liu, Michael C., Magnier, Eugene A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792..119D)

  82. CONSTRAINING THE SUB-AU-SCALE DISTRIBUTION OF HYDROGEN AND CARBON MONOXIDE GAS AROUND YOUNG STARS WITH THE KECK INTERFEROMETER
    Eisner, J. A., Hillenbrand, L. A., Stone, Jordan M.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.1916E)

  83. SPECTROSCOPY OF THE THREE DISTANT ANDROMEDAN SATELLITES CASSIOPEIA III, LACERTA I, AND PERSEUS I
    Martin, Nicolas F., Chambers, Kenneth C., Collins, Michelle L. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...793L..14M)

  84. A MASSIVE GALAXY IN ITS CORE FORMATION PHASE THREE BILLION YEARS AFTER THE BIG BANG
    Nelson, Erica, van Dokkum, Pieter, Franx, Marijn, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.513..394N)

  85. STAR FORMATION QUENCHING IN HIGH-REDSHIFT LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE: POST-STARBURST GALAXIES IN THE CL 1604 SUPERCLUSTER AT Z ~ 0.9
    Wu, Po-Feng, Gal, Roy R., Lemaux, Brian C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792...16W)

  86. A FIRST SITE OF GALAXY CLUSTER FORMATION: COMPLETE SPECTROSCOPY OF A PROTOCLUSTER AT Z = 6.01
    Toshikawa, Jun, Kashikawa, Nobunari, Overzier, Roderik, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792...15T)

  87. THE COS-HALOS SURVEY: PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND BARYONIC MASS IN THE LOW-REDSHIFT CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Werk, Jessica K., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Tumlinson, Jason, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...792....8W)

  88. IPTF13BEO: THE DOUBLE-PEAKED LIGHT CURVE OF A TYPE IBN SUPERNOVA DISCOVERED SHORTLY AFTER EXPLOSION
    Gorbikov, Evgeny, Gal-Yam, Avishay, Ofek, Eran O., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443..671G)

  89. TWO PLANETS AROUND KAPTEYN'S STAR: A COLD AND A TEMPERATE SUPER-EARTH ORBITING THE NEAREST HALO RED DWARF.
    Anglada-Escude, G., Arriagada, P., Tuomi, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443L..89A)

  90. PHYSICAL AND DYNAMICAL PROPERTIES OF THE MAIN BELT TRIPLE ASTEROID (87) SYLVIA
    Berthier, J., Vachier, F., Marchis, F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..239..118B)

  91. THE AIMSS PROJECT - I. BRIDGING THE STAR CLUSTER-GALAXY DIVIDE†‡§¶
    Norris, Mark A., Kannappan, Sheila J., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.443.1151N)

  92. OCCURRENCE AND CORE-ENVELOPE STRUCTURE OF 1-4× EARTH-SIZE PLANETS AROUND SUN-LIKE STARS
    Marcy, Geoffrey W., Weiss, Lauren M., Petigura, Erik A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PNAS..11112655M)

  93. LARGE ECCENTRICITY, LOW MUTUAL INCLINATION: THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL ARCHITECTURE OF A HIERARCHICAL SYSTEM OF GIANT PLANETS
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Johnson, John Asher, Fabrycky, Daniel C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...89D)

  94. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: WIDE-FIELD STELLAR KINEMATICS OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Arnold, Jacob A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...80A)

  95. TOWARD COMPLETE STATISTICS OF MASSIVE BINARY STARS: PENULTIMATE RESULTS FROM THE CYGNUS OB2 RADIAL VELOCITY SURVEY
    Kobulnicky, Henry A., Kiminki, Daniel C., Lundquist, Michael J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..213...34K)

  96. INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. II. PLANETS ARE LESS COMMON IN MULTIPLE-STAR SYSTEMS WITH SEPARATIONS SMALLER THAN 1500 AU
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Xie, Ji-Wei, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..111W)

  97. IMAGING THE OUTWARD MOTIONS OF CLUMPY DUST CLOUDS AROUND THE RED SUPERGIANT ANTARES WITH VLT/VISIR
    Ohnaka, K.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...568A..17O)

  98. THE HETDEX PILOT SURVEY. V. THE PHYSICAL ORIGIN OF LYΑ EMITTERS PROBED BY NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Song, Mimi, Finkelstein, Steven L., Gebhardt, Karl, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791....3S)

  99. DETECTION OF SUBSTRUCTURE WITH ADAPTIVE OPTICS INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY OF THE GRAVITATIONAL LENS B1422+231
    Nierenberg, A. M., Treu, T., Wright, S. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.2434N)

  100. GRB 051008: A LONG, SPECTRALLY HARD DUST-OBSCURED GRB IN A LYMAN-BREAK GALAXY AT Z ≈ 2.8
    Volnova, A. A., Pozanenko, A. S., Gorosabel, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.2586V)

  101. DUSTY STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Casey, Caitlin M., Narayanan, Desika, Cooray, Asantha
    2014, refereed (2014PhR...541...45C)

  102. IDENTIFICATION OF THE OPTICAL COUNTERPART OF FERMI BLACK WIDOW MILLISECOND PULSAR PSR J1544+4937
    Tang, Sumin, Kaplan, David L., Phinney, E. Sterl, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791L...5T)

  103. HERSCHEL-ATLAS AND ALMA. HATLAS J142935.3-002836, A LENSED MAJOR MERGER AT REDSHIFT 1.027
    Messias, Hugo, Dye, Simon, Nagar, Neil, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...568A..92M)

  104. IMPROVED COSMOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS FROM A JOINT ANALYSIS OF THE SDSS-II AND SNLS SUPERNOVA SAMPLES
    Betoule, M., Kessler, R., Guy, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...568A..22B)

  105. ROBOTIC LASER ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF 715 KEPLER EXOPLANET CANDIDATES USING ROBO-AO
    Law, Nicholas M., Morton, Tim, Baranec, Christoph, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...35L)

  106. EXHAUSTING THE INFORMATION: NOVEL BAYESIAN COMBINATION OF PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT PDFS
    Carrasco Kind, Matias, Brunner, Robert J.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.3380C)

  107. A PILOT SEARCH FOR EVIDENCE OF EXTRASOLAR EARTH-ANALOG PLATE TECTONICS
    Jura, M., Klein, B., Xu, S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791L..29J)

  108. DISTRIBUTED LOW-MASS STAR FORMATION IN THE IRDC G34.43+00.24
    Foster, Jonathan B., Arce, Héctor G., Kassis, Marc, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..108F)

  109. THE UNIVERSAL RELATION OF GALACTIC CHEMICAL EVOLUTION: THE ORIGIN OF THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATION
    Zahid, H. Jabran, Dima, Gabriel I., Kudritzki, Rolf-Peter, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..130Z)

  110. C/2013 R1 (LOVEJOY) AT IR WAVELENGTHS AND THE VARIABILITY OF CO ABUNDANCES AMONG OORT CLOUD COMETS
    Paganini, L., Mumma, M. J., Villanueva, G. L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..122P)

  111. A FORMAL METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING DISTINCT STATES OF VARIABILITY IN TIME-VARYING SOURCES: SGR A* AS AN EXAMPLE
    Meyer, L., Witzel, G., Longstaff, F. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...24M)

  112. 18 SCO: A SOLAR TWIN RICH IN REFRACTORY AND NEUTRON-CAPTURE ELEMENTS. IMPLICATIONS FOR CHEMICAL TAGGING
    Meléndez, Jorge, Ramírez, Iván, Karakas, Amanda I., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791...14M)

  113. THE MASSIVE AND DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY. II. INITIAL SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF Z ~ 1 GALAXY CLUSTERS SELECTED FROM 10,000 DEG2
    Stanford, S. A., Gonzalez, Anthony H., Brodwin, Mark, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..213...25S)

  114. METHANE DEPLETION IN BOTH POLAR REGIONS OF URANUS INFERRED FROM HST/STIS AND KECK/NIRC2 OBSERVATIONS
    Sromovsky, L. A., Karkoschka, E., Fry, P. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..238..137S)

  115. THE VERY LARGE TELESCOPE LYMAN-BREAK GALAXY REDSHIFT SURVEY - IV. GAS AND GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 3 IN OBSERVATIONS AND SIMULATIONS
    Tummuangpak, P., Bielby, R. M., Shanks, T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.2094T)

  116. OPTICAL FOLLOW-UP OBSERVATIONS OF PTF10QTS, A LUMINOUS BROAD-LINED TYPE IC SUPERNOVA FOUND BY THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Walker, E. S., Mazzali, P. A., Pian, E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.2768W)

  117. OPTICAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TYPE IC SUPERNOVA 2007GR IN NGC 1058
    Chen, Juncheng, Wang, Xiaofeng, Ganeshalingam, Mohan, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790..120C)

  118. CHEMICAL AND KINEMATICAL PROPERTIES OF GALACTIC BULGE STARS SURROUNDING THE STELLAR SYSTEM TERZAN 5
    Massari, D., Mucciarelli, A., Ferraro, F. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...791..101M)

  119. KINEMATICS AND SIMULATIONS OF THE STELLAR STREAM IN THE HALO OF THE UMBRELLA GALAXY
    Foster, C., Lux, H., Romanowsky, A. J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.3544F)

  120. THE VOLATILE COMPOSITION OF 81P/WILD 2 FROM GROUND-BASED HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Dello Russo, N., Vervack, R. J., Kawakita, H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..238..125D)

  121. NEW EVIDENCE FOR A SUBSTELLAR LUMINOSITY PROBLEM: DYNAMICAL MASS FOR THE BROWN DWARF BINARY GL 417BC
    Dupuy, Trent J., Liu, Michael C., Ireland, Michael J.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790..133D)

  122. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: EXPLORING THE METALLICITY GRADIENTS OF NEARBY EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES TO LARGE RADII
    Pastorello, Nicola, Forbes, Duncan A., Foster, Caroline, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442.1003P)

  123. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: HST/ACS MOSAIC IMAGING OF THE NGC 3115 GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM
    Jennings, Zachary G., Strader, Jay, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...32J)

  124. HERSCHEL OBSERVATIONS OF CIRCINUS X-1 DURING OUTBURST AND QUIESCENCE
    Harrison, Thomas E., Gelino, Dawn M., Buxton, Michelle, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...22H)

  125. HERMES: THE REST-FRAME UV EMISSION AND A LENSING MODEL FOR THE Z = 6.34 LUMINOUS DUSTY STARBURST GALAXY HFLS3
    Cooray, Asantha, Calanog, Jae, Wardlow, Julie L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...40C)

  126. IMPROVED SIGNAL DETECTION ALGORITHMS FOR UNEVENLY SAMPLED DATA. SIX SIGNALS IN THE RADIAL VELOCITY DATA FOR GJ876
    Jenkins, J. S., Yoma, N. Becerra, Rojo, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441.2253J)

  127. THE PROTOPLANETARY DISK OF FT TAURI: MULTIWAVELENGTH DATA ANALYSIS AND MODELING
    Garufi, A., Podio, L., Kamp, I., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...567A.141G)

  128. THE DISTRIBUTION OF ALPHA ELEMENTS IN ANDROMEDA DWARF GALAXIES
    Vargas, Luis C., Geha, Marla C., Tollerud, Erik J.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...73V)

  129. STELLAR ACTIVITY MASQUERADING AS PLANETS IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF THE M DWARF GLIESE 581
    Robertson, Paul, Mahadevan, Suvrath, Endl, Michael, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Sci...345..440R)

  130. DISCOVERY OF A STRONG LENSING GALAXY EMBEDDED IN A CLUSTER AT Z = 1.62
    Wong, Kenneth C., Tran, Kim-Vy H., Suyu, Sherry H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789L..31W)

  131. THE HOST OF THE SN-LESS GRB 060505 IN HIGH RESOLUTION
    Thöne, C. C., Christensen, L., Prochaska, J. X., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441.2034T)

  132. A DUSTY M5 BINARY IN THE Β PICTORIS MOVING GROUP
    Rodriguez, David R., Zuckerman, Ben, Faherty, Jacqueline K., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...567A..20R)

  133. TYPE IA SUPERNOVA RATE MEASUREMENTS TO REDSHIFT 2.5 FROM CANDELS: SEARCHING FOR PROMPT EXPLOSIONS IN THE EARLY UNIVERSE
    Rodney, Steven A., Riess, Adam G., Strolger, Louis-Gregory, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148...13R)

  134. PRECURSORS PRIOR TO TYPE IIN SUPERNOVA EXPLOSIONS ARE COMMON: PRECURSOR RATES, PROPERTIES, AND CORRELATIONS
    Ofek, Eran O., Sullivan, Mark, Shaviv, Nir J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789..104O)

  135. WISEP J061135.13-041024.0 AB: A J-BAND FLUX REVERSAL BINARY AT THE L/T TRANSITION
    Gelino, Christopher R., Smart, R. L., Marocco, Federico, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....148....6G)

  136. DWARF PLANET CERES: ELLIPSOID DIMENSIONS AND ROTATIONAL POLE FROM KECK AND VLT ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGES
    Drummond, J. D., Carry, B., Merline, W. J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..236...28D)

  137. A VIGOROUS ACTIVITY CYCLE MIMICKING A PLANETARY SYSTEM IN HD 200466
    Carolo, E., Desidera, S., Gratton, R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...567A..48C)

  138. THE VIOLENT YOUTH OF BRIGHT AND MASSIVE CLUSTER GALAXIES AND THEIR MATURATION OVER 7 BILLION YEARS
    Ascaso, B., Lemaux, B. C., Lubin, L. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442..589A)

  139. NEPTUNE’S GLOBAL CIRCULATION DEDUCED FROM MULTI-WAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS
    de Pater, Imke, Fletcher, Leigh N., Luszcz-Cook, Statia, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..237..211D)

  140. PHOTOMETRIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES OF TYPE II-P SUPERNOVAE
    Faran, T., Poznanski, D., Filippenko, A. V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442..844F)

  141. THE INTRINSIC TWO-DIMENSIONAL SIZE OF SAGITTARIUS A*
    Bower, Geoffrey C., Markoff, Sera, Brunthaler, Andreas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790....1B)

  142. CONSTRAINTS ON THE PROGENITOR SYSTEM OF THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA 2014J FROM PRE-EXPLOSION HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE IMAGING
    Kelly, Patrick L., Fox, Ori D., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790....3K)

  143. THE LICK-CARNEGIE EXOPLANET SURVEY: GLIESE 687 B—A NEPTUNE-MASS PLANET ORBITING A NEARBY RED DWARF
    Burt, Jennifer, Vogt, Steven S., Butler, R. Paul, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789..114B)

  144. THE ORBITAL MOTION OF THE QUINTUPLET CLUSTER—A COMMON ORIGIN FOR THE ARCHES AND QUINTUPLET CLUSTERS?
    Stolte, A., Hußmann, B., Morris, M. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789..115S)

  145. STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS OF THE ACCRETION PROCESS AND WIND IN TW HYA
    Dupree, A. K., Brickhouse, N. S., Cranmer, S. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789...27D)

  146. TRANSITING EXOPLANETS FROM THE COROT SPACE MISSION. XXVI. COROT-24: A TRANSITING MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Alonso, R., Moutou, C., Endl, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...567A.112A)

  147. 3C 220.3: A RADIO GALAXY LENSING A SUBMILLIMETER GALAXY
    Haas, Martin, Leipski, Christian, Barthel, Peter, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...46H)

  148. A 1.05 M COMPANION TO PSR J2222-0137: THE COOLEST KNOWN WHITE DWARF?
    Kaplan, David L., Boyles, Jason, Dunlap, Bart H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...789..119K)

  149. UNCOVERING THE PUTATIVE B-STAR BINARY COMPANION OF THE SN 1993J PROGENITOR
    Fox, Ori D., Azalee Bostroem, K., Van Dyk, Schuyler D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...790...17F)

  150. A HIGH-PRECISION CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE ANALYSIS OF THE HAT-P-1 STELLAR BINARY: CONSTRAINTS ON PLANET FORMATION.
    Liu, F., Asplund, M., Ramirez, I., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.442L..51L)

  151. WASP-12B AND HAT-P-8B ARE MEMBERS OF TRIPLE STAR SYSTEMS
    Bechter, Eric B., Crepp, Justin R., Ngo, Henry, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788....2B)

  152. ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI EMISSION LINE DIAGNOSTICS AND THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATION UP TO REDSHIFT Z ~ 2: THE IMPACT OF SELECTION EFFECTS AND EVOLUTION
    Juneau, Stéphanie, Bournaud, Frédéric, Charlot, Stéphane, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...88J)

  153. CARBON-ENHANCED METAL-POOR STARS: CEMP-S AND CEMP-NO SUBCLASSES IN THE HALO SYSTEM OF THE MILKY WAY
    Carollo, Daniela, Freeman, Ken, Beers, Timothy C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..180C)

  154. THE 55 CANCRI PLANETARY SYSTEM: FULLY SELF-CONSISTENT N-BODY CONSTRAINTS AND A DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS
    Nelson, Benjamin E., Ford, Eric B., Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441..442N)

  155. MOSFIRE ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY OF Z > 2 QUIESCENT GALAXIES: PROBING A PERIOD OF RAPID SIZE GROWTH
    Belli, Sirio, Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788L..29B)

  156. LYMAN-CONTINUUM GALAXIES AND THE ESCAPE FRACTION OF LYMAN-BREAK GALAXIES
    Cooke, J., Ryan-Weber, E. V., Garel, T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441..837C)

  157. PROBING THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AT HIGH-REDSHIFT USING COMPOSITE BOSS SPECTRA OF STRONG LYMAN Α FOREST ABSORBERS
    Pieri, Matthew M., Mortonson, Michael J., Frank, Stephan, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441.1718P)

  158. ON THE REVERSAL OF STAR FORMATION RATE-DENSITY RELATION AT Z = 1: INSIGHTS FROM SIMULATIONS
    Tonnesen, Stephanie, Cen, Renyue
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..133T)

  159. GRB 120422A/SN 2012BZ: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN LOW- AND HIGH-LUMINOSITY GAMMA-RAY BURSTS
    Schulze, S., Malesani, D., Cucchiara, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...566A.102S)

  160. INTERACTION-POWERED SUPERNOVAE: RISE-TIME VERSUS PEAK-LUMINOSITY CORRELATION AND THE SHOCK-BREAKOUT VELOCITY
    Ofek, Eran O., Arcavi, Iair, Tal, David, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..154O)

  161. ATMOSPHERIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE HOT JUPITER KEPLER-13AB
    Shporer, Avi, O'Rourke, Joseph G., Knutson, Heather A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...92S)

  162. EXTREMELY ORGANIC-RICH COMA OF COMET C/2010 G2 (HILL) DURING ITS OUTBURST IN 2012
    Kawakita, Hideyo, Dello Russo, Neil, Vervack, Ron, Jr., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..110K)

  163. SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATION OF LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z ~ 7.7 AND IMPLICATIONS ON RE-IONIZATION
    Faisst, A. L., Capak, P., Carollo, C. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...87F)

  164. WHAT IS THE PHYSICAL ORIGIN OF STRONG LYΑ EMISSION? II. GAS KINEMATICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF LYΑ EMITTERS
    Shibuya, Takatoshi, Ouchi, Masami, Nakajima, Kimihiko, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...74S)

  165. CIRCUMNUCLEAR MOLECULAR GAS IN MEGAMASER DISK GALAXIES NGC 4388 AND NGC 1194
    Greene, Jenny E., Seth, Anil, Lyubenova, Mariya, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..145G)

  166. M-DWARF RAPID ROTATORS AND THE DETECTION OF RELATIVELY YOUNG MULTIPLE M-STAR SYSTEMS
    Rappaport, S., Swift, J., Levine, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..114R)

  167. A FOUR-PLANET SYSTEM ORBITING THE K0V STAR HD 141399
    Vogt, Steven S., Butler, R. Paul, Rivera, Eugenio J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787...97V)

  168. ORBITAL MOTION IN PRE-MAIN SEQUENCE BINARIES
    Schaefer, G. H., Prato, L., Simon, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147..157S)

  169. ACCRETION AND OH PHOTODISSOCIATION AT A NEARBY T TAURI SYSTEM IN THE Β PICTORIS MOVING GROUP
    Zuckerman, B., Vican, Laura, Rodriguez, David R.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..102Z)

  170. GALACTIC AND CIRCUMGALACTIC O VI AND ITS IMPACT ON THE COSMOLOGICAL METAL AND BARYON BUDGETS AT 2 < Z <~ 3.5
    Lehner, N., O'Meara, J. M., Fox, A. J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788..119L)

  171. A FIRST-LOOK ATMOSPHERIC MODELING STUDY OF THE YOUNG DIRECTLY IMAGED PLANET-MASS COMPANION, ROXS 42BB
    Currie, Thayne, Burrows, Adam, Daemgen, Sebastian
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787..104C)

  172. A SEARCH FOR COMPANIONS TO BROWN DWARFS IN THE TAURUS AND CHAMAELEON STAR-FORMING REGIONS
    Todorov, K. O., Luhman, K. L., Konopacky, Q. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...40T)

  173. C/O RATIOS OF STARS WITH TRANSITING HOT JUPITER EXOPLANETS
    Teske, Johanna K., Cunha, Katia, Smith, Verne V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...788...39T)

  174. HAT-P-44B, HAT-P-45B, AND HAT-P-46B: THREE TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS IN POSSIBLE MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., Torres, G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147..128H)

  175. STAR-FORMING GALACTIC CONTRAILS AS A SOURCE OF METAL ENRICHMENT AND IONIZING RADIATION AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Rauch, Michael, Becker, George D., Haehnelt, Martin G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.441...73R)

  176. AN OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF T TAURI STARS. I. PHOTOSPHERIC PROPERTIES
    Herczeg, Gregory J., Hillenbrand, Lynne A.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786...97H)

  177. INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM EMISSION OBSERVATIONS WITH THE COSMIC WEB IMAGER. I. THE CIRCUM-QSO MEDIUM OF QSO 1549+19, AND EVIDENCE FOR A FILAMENTARY GAS INFLOW
    Martin, D. Christopher, Chang, Daphne, Matuszewski, Matt, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786..106M)

  178. INVESTIGATING EVIDENCE FOR DIFFERENT BLACK HOLE ACCRETION MODES SINCE REDSHIFT Z ˜ 1
    Georgakakis, A., Pérez-González, P. G., Fanidakis, N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440..339G)

  179. OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF Γ-RAY BLAZAR CANDIDATES. I. PRELIMINARY RESULTS
    Paggi, A., Milisavljevic, D., Masetti, N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147..112P)

  180. TRANSIT CONFIRMATION AND IMPROVED STELLAR AND PLANET PARAMETERS FOR THE SUPER-EARTH HD 97658 B AND ITS HOST STAR
    Van Grootel, V., Gillon, M., Valencia, D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786....2V)

  181. NUSTAR J033202-2746.8: DIRECT CONSTRAINTS ON THE COMPTON REFLECTION IN A HEAVILY OBSCURED QUASAR AT Z ≈ 2
    Del Moro, A., Mullaney, J. R., Alexander, D. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786...16D)

  182. AN ACCRETING WHITE DWARF NEAR THE CHANDRASEKHAR LIMIT IN THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY
    Tang, Sumin, Bildsten, Lars, Wolf, William M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786...61T)

  183. TYPE IA SUPERNOVA BOLOMETRIC LIGHT CURVES AND EJECTED MASS ESTIMATES FROM THE NEARBY SUPERNOVA FACTORY
    Scalzo, R., Aldering, G., Antilogus, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440.1498S)

  184. OUTBURSTING COMET P/2010 V1 (IKEYA-MURAKAMI): A MINIATURE COMET HOLMES
    Ishiguro, Masateru, Jewitt, David, Hanayama, Hidekazu, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787...55I)

  185. EVIDENCE FOR DUST DESTRUCTION FROM THE EARLY-TIME COLOUR CHANGE OF GRB 120119A
    Morgan, Adam N., Perley, Daniel A., Cenko, S. Bradley, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440.1810M)

  186. SEEING IN THE DARK - II. COSMIC SHEAR IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY
    Huff, Eric M., Eifler, Tim, Hirata, Christopher M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440.1322H)

  187. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE TYPE IB SUPERNOVA IPTF13BVN. NOT A MASSIVE WOLF-RAYET STAR
    Fremling, C., Sollerman, J., Taddia, F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...565A.114F)

  188. THREE NEW COOL BROWN DWARFS DISCOVERED WITH THE WIDE-FIELD INFRARED SURVEY EXPLORER (WISE) AND AN IMPROVED SPECTRUM OF THE Y0 DWARF WISE J041022.71+150248.4
    Cushing, Michael C., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Gelino, Christopher R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147..113C)

  189. THREE REGIMES OF EXTRASOLAR PLANET RADIUS INFERRED FROM HOST STAR METALLICITIES
    Buchhave, Lars A., Bizzarro, Martin, Latham, David W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.509..593B)

  190. A WOLF-RAYET-LIKE PROGENITOR OF SN 2013CU FROM SPECTRAL OBSERVATIONS OF A STELLAR WIND
    Gal-Yam, Avishay, Arcavi, I., Ofek, E. O., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.509..471G)

  191. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND CONSTRAINTS ON MASS LOSS FOR GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN DWARF GALAXIES: WLM AND IKN
    Larsen, Søren S., Brodie, Jean P., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...565A..98L)

  192. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE AND GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS OF THE TYPE IAX SUPERNOVAE SN 2005HK AND SN 2008A
    McCully, Curtis, Jha, Saurabh W., Foley, Ryan J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786..134M)

  193. DISCOVERY OF A WIDE PLANETARY-MASS COMPANION TO THE YOUNG M3 STAR GU PSC
    Naud, Marie-Eve, Artigau, Étienne, Malo, Lison, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787....5N)

  194. MULTIWAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF THE CANDIDATE DISINTEGRATING SUB-MERCURY KIC 12557548B
    Croll, Bryce, Rappaport, Saul, DeVore, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786..100C)

  195. THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL PROPERTIES AND ENERGETICS OF RADIO-JET-DRIVEN OUTFLOWS
    Shih, Hsin-Yi, Stockton, Alan
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786....3S)

  196. THREE GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED SUPERNOVAE BEHIND CLASH GALAXY CLUSTERS
    Patel, Brandon, McCully, Curtis, Jha, Saurabh W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786....9P)

  197. SEGUE 1: AN UNEVOLVED FOSSIL GALAXY FROM THE EARLY UNIVERSE
    Frebel, Anna, Simon, Joshua D., Kirby, Evan N.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786...74F)

  198. SPATIAL AND KINEMATIC DISTRIBUTIONS OF TRANSITION POPULATIONS IN INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT GALAXY CLUSTERS
    Crawford, Steven M., Wirth, Gregory D., Bershady, Matthew A.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...786...30C)

  199. THE PANDAS FIELD OF STREAMS: STELLAR STRUCTURES IN THE MILKY WAY HALO TOWARD ANDROMEDA AND TRIANGULUM
    Martin, Nicolas F., Ibata, Rodrigo A., Rich, R. Michael, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...787...19M)

  200. TWO ACTIVE STATES OF THE NARROW-LINE GAMMA-RAY-LOUD AGN GB 1310+487
    Sokolovsky, K. V., Schinzel, F. K., Tanaka, Y. T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...565A..26S)

  201. A STUDY OF LOW-METALLICITY DLAS AT HIGH REDSHIFT AND C II* AS A PROBE OF THEIR PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
    Dutta, R., Srianand, R., Rahmani, H., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.440..307D)

  202. SEARCH FOR THE RETURN OF ACTIVITY IN ACTIVE ASTEROID 176P/LINEAR
    Hsieh, Henry H., Denneau, Larry, Fitzsimmons, Alan, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...89H)

  203. SPECTROSCOPIC REDSHIFTS OF GALAXIES WITHIN THE FRONTIER FIELDS
    Ebeling, Harald, Ma, Cheng-Jiun, Barrett, Elizabeth
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..211...21E)

  204. THE INNER CIRCUMSTELLAR DISK OF THE UX ORIONIS STAR V1026 SCORPII
    Vural, J., Kreplin, A., Kishimoto, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A.118V)

  205. SN 2010MB: DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR A SUPERNOVA INTERACTING WITH A LARGE AMOUNT OF HYDROGEN-FREE CIRCUMSTELLAR MATERIAL
    Ben-Ami, Sagi, Gal-Yam, Avishay, Mazzali, Paolo A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785...37B)

  206. APF—THE LICK OBSERVATORY AUTOMATED PLANET FINDER
    Vogt, Steven S., Radovan, Matthew, Kibrick, Robert, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014PASP..126..359V)

  207. BINARIES DISCOVERED BY THE MUCHFUSS PROJECT. SDSS J162256.66+473051.1: AN ECLIPSING SUBDWARF B BINARY WITH A BROWN DWARF COMPANION
    Schaffenroth, V., Geier, S., Heber, U., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...564A..98S)

  208. DETECTION OF THE GRAVITATIONAL LENS MAGNIFYING A TYPE IA SUPERNOVA
    Quimby, Robert M., Oguri, Masamune, More, Anupreeta, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Sci...344..396Q)

  209. AN EARTH-SIZED PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE OF A COOL STAR
    Quintana, Elisa V., Barclay, Thomas, Raymond, Sean N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Sci...344..277Q)

  210. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: NEW EVIDENCE FOR A TIDAL INTERACTION BETWEEN THE EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES NGC 4365 AND NGC 4342
    Blom, Christina, Forbes, Duncan A., Foster, Caroline, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439.2420B)

  211. RINGFINDER: AUTOMATED DETECTION OF GALAXY-SCALE GRAVITATIONAL LENSES IN GROUND-BASED MULTI-FILTER IMAGING DATA
    Gavazzi, Raphaël, Marshall, Philip J., Treu, Tommaso, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785..144G)

  212. PTF1 J191905.19+481506.2—A PARTIALLY ECLIPSING AM CVN SYSTEM DISCOVERED IN THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Levitan, David, Kupfer, Thomas, Groot, Paul J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785..114L)

  213. FRIENDS OF HOT JUPITERS. I. A RADIAL VELOCITY SEARCH FOR MASSIVE, LONG-PERIOD COMPANIONS TO CLOSE-IN GAS GIANT PLANETS
    Knutson, Heather A., Fulton, Benjamin J., Montet, Benjamin T., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785..126K)

  214. PINPOINTING THE MOLECULAR GAS WITHIN AN LYΑ BLOB AT Z ~ 2.7
    Yang, Yujin, Walter, Fabian, Decarli, Roberto, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784..171Y)

  215. SPATIALLY RESOLVED EMISSION OF A HIGH-REDSHIFT DLA GALAXY WITH THE KECK/OSIRIS IFU
    Jorgenson, Regina A., Wolfe, Arthur M.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785...16J)

  216. LIMITS ON STELLAR COMPANIONS TO EXOPLANET HOST STARS WITH ECCENTRIC PLANETS
    Kane, Stephen R., Howell, Steve B., Horch, Elliott P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785...93K)

  217. MOA-2011-BLG-262LB: A SUB-EARTH-MASS MOON ORBITING A GAS GIANT PRIMARY OR A HIGH VELOCITY PLANETARY SYSTEM IN THE GALACTIC BULGE
    Bennett, D. P., Batista, V., Bond, I. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...785..155B)

  218. ABSORPTION FEATURES IN THE QUASAR HS 1603 + 3820 II. DISTANCE TO THE ABSORBER OBTAINED FROM PHOTOIONISATION MODELLING
    Różańska, A., Nikołajuk, M., Czerny, B., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014NewA...28...70R)

  219. ULTRACOMPACT DWARFS IN THE PERSEUS CLUSTER: UCD FORMATION VIA TIDAL STRIPPING
    Penny, Samantha J., Forbes, Duncan A., Strader, Jay, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439.3808P)

  220. TRACING THE EVOLUTION OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI HOST GALAXIES OVER THE LAST 9 GYR OF COSMIC TIME
    Goulding, A. D., Forman, W. R., Hickox, R. C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783...40G)

  221. VALIDATION OF KEPLER'S MULTIPLE PLANET CANDIDATES. III. LIGHT CURVE ANALYSIS AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF HUNDREDS OF NEW MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS
    Rowe, Jason F., Bryson, Stephen T., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...45R)

  222. POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THE RIDDLE OF HD 82943 MULTIPLANET SYSTEM: THE THREE-PLANET RESONANCE 1:2:5?
    Baluev, Roman V., Beaugé, Cristian
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439..673B)

  223. VELOCITY DISPERSIONS AND DYNAMICAL MASSES FOR A LARGE SAMPLE OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES AT Z > 1: IMPROVED MEASURES OF THE GROWTH IN MASS AND SIZE
    Belli, Sirio, Newman, Andrew B., Ellis, Richard S.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783..117B)

  224. THE RISE OF SN 2014J IN THE NEARBY GALAXY M82
    Goobar, A., Johansson, J., Amanullah, R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784L..12G)

  225. GALACTIC WINDS AND STELLAR POPULATIONS IN LYMAN Α EMITTING GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 3.1
    McLinden, E. M., Rhoads, J. E., Malhotra, S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439..446M)

  226. THE PUZZLING MUTUAL ORBIT OF THE BINARY TROJAN ASTEROID (624) HEKTOR
    Marchis, F., Durech, J., Castillo-Rogez, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783L..37M)

  227. NEAR-IR DIRECT DETECTION OF WATER VAPOR IN TAU BOÖTIS B
    Lockwood, Alexandra C., Johnson, John A., Bender, Chad F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783L..29L)

  228. THE ALLWISE MOTION SURVEY AND THE QUEST FOR COLD SUBDWARFS
    Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Schneider, Adam, Fajardo-Acosta, Sergio, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783..122K)

  229. THE SPIN TEMPERATURE OF HIGH-REDSHIFT DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEMS
    Kanekar, N., Prochaska, J. X., Smette, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.438.2131K)

  230. DISCOVERY OF A TRANSPARENT SIGHTLINE AT Ρ ≲ 20 KPC FROM AN INTERACTING PAIR OF GALAXIES
    Johnson, Sean D., Chen, Hsiao-Wen, Mulchaey, John S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.438.3039J)

  231. THE SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS USING THE YETI NETWORK
    Errmann, R., Raetz, St., Kitze, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014CoSka..43..513E)

  232. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: BREAKING DEGENERACIES BETWEEN DARK MATTER, ANISOTROPY AND THE IMF USING GLOBULAR CLUSTER SUBPOPULATIONS IN THE GIANT ELLIPTICAL NGC 5846
    Napolitano, Nicola R., Pota, Vincenzo, Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439..659N)

  233. NEPTUNE AT SUMMER SOLSTICE: ZONAL MEAN TEMPERATURES FROM GROUND-BASED OBSERVATIONS, 2003-2007
    Fletcher, Leigh N., de Pater, Imke, Orton, Glenn S., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..231..146F)

  234. DISINTEGRATING ASTEROID P/2013 R3
    Jewitt, David, Agarwal, Jessica, Li, Jing, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784L...8J)

  235. YOUNG STAR CLUSTERS IN THE CIRCUMNUCLEAR REGION OF NGC 2110
    Durré, Mark, Mould, Jeremy
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...79D)

  236. SPECTROSCOPIC CONFIRMATION OF YOUNG PLANETARY-MASS COMPANIONS ON WIDE ORBITS
    Bowler, Brendan P., Liu, Michael C., Kraus, Adam L., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...65B)

  237. STELLAR AND GASEOUS NUCLEAR DISKS OBSERVED IN NEARBY (U)LIRGS
    Medling, Anne M., U, Vivian, Guedes, Javiera, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784...70M)

  238. Z ~ 1 LYΑ EMITTERS. I. THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION
    Wold, Isak G. B., Barger, Amy J., Cowie, Lennox L.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783..119W)

  239. FIRST FAINT DUAL-FIELD OFF-AXIS OBSERVATIONS IN OPTICAL LONG BASELINE INTERFEROMETRY
    Woillez, J., Wizinowich, P., Akeson, R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783..104W)

  240. IS THERE A MAXIMUM STAR FORMATION RATE IN HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES?
    Barger, A. J., Cowie, L. L., Chen, C. -C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...784....9B)

  241. PROPERTIES OF THE REMNANT CLOCKWISE DISK OF YOUNG STARS IN THE GALACTIC CENTER
    Yelda, S., Ghez, A. M., Lu, J. R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783..131Y)

  242. IMPROVED LINE DATA FOR THE SWAN SYSTEM 12C13C ISOTOPOLOGUE
    Ram, Ram S., Brooke, James S. A., Bernath, Peter F., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..211....5R)

  243. TYPE-IA SUPERNOVA RATES TO REDSHIFT 2.4 FROM CLASH: THE CLUSTER LENSING AND SUPERNOVA SURVEY WITH HUBBLE
    Graur, O., Rodney, S. A., Maoz, D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783...28G)

  244. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BENCHMARK BINARY NLTT 33370
    Schlieder, Joshua E., Bonnefoy, Mickaël, Herbst, T. M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783...27S)

  245. ELEMENTAL COMPOSITIONS OF TWO EXTRASOLAR ROCKY PLANETESIMALS
    Xu, S., Jura, M., Koester, D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783...79X)

  246. A NOVEL VARIABILITY-BASED METHOD FOR QUASAR SELECTION: EVIDENCE FOR A REST-FRAME ∼54 D CHARACTERISTIC TIME-SCALE
    Graham, Matthew J., Djorgovski, S. G., Drake, Andrew J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439..703G)

  247. WISE Y DWARFS AS PROBES OF THE BROWN DWARF-EXOPLANET CONNECTION
    Beichman, C., Gelino, Christopher R., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...783...68B)

  248. THE DYNAMICS OF ISOLATED LOCAL GROUP GALAXIES
    Kirby, Evan N., Bullock, James S., Boylan-Kolchin, Michael, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439.1015K)

  249. IMPROVED HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE PROPER MOTIONS FOR TYCHO-G AND OTHER STARS IN THE REMNANT OF TYCHO'S SUPERNOVA 1572
    Bedin, L. R., Ruiz-Lapuente, P., González Hernández, J. I., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.439..354B)

  250. DISPERSION IN NEPTUNE'S ZONAL WIND VELOCITIES FROM NIR KECK AO OBSERVATIONS IN JULY 2009
    Fitzpatrick, Patrick J., de Pater, Imke, Luszcz-Cook, Statia, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Ap&SS.350...65F)

  251. HERSCHEL OBSERVATIONS OF DEBRIS DISCS ORBITING PLANET-HOSTING SUBGIANTS
    Bonsor, Amy, Kennedy, Grant M., Wyatt, Mark C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.3288B)

  252. A MOLECULAR LINE SCAN IN THE HUBBLE DEEP FIELD NORTH
    Decarli, R., Walter, F., Carilli, C., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...78D)

  253. A MOLECULAR LINE SCAN IN THE HUBBLE DEEP FIELD NORTH: CONSTRAINTS ON THE CO LUMINOSITY FUNCTION AND THE COSMIC H2 DENSITY
    Walter, F., Decarli, R., Sargent, M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...79W)

  254. THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: HST SPECTROSCOPY OF FAINT GALAXIES LENSED BY THE FRONTIER FIELDS CLUSTER MACSJ0717.5+3745
    Schmidt, K. B., Treu, T., Brammer, G. B., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782L..36S)

  255. THE RAPID DECLINE IN METALLICITY OF DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS AT Z ~ 5
    Rafelski, Marc, Neeleman, Marcel, Fumagalli, Michele, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782L..29R)

  256. THE HOST GALAXIES OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE DISCOVERED BY THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Pan, Y. -C., Sullivan, M., Maguire, K., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.438.1391P)

  257. THE DWARFS BEYOND: THE STELLAR-TO-HALO MASS RELATION FOR A NEW SAMPLE OF INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT LOW-MASS GALAXIES
    Miller, Sarah H., Ellis, Richard S., Newman, Andrew B., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782..115M)

  258. BULGELESS GALAXIES AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT: SAMPLE SELECTION, COLOR PROPERTIES, AND THE EXISTENCE OF POWERFUL ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI
    Bizzocchi, Luca, Filho, Mercedes E., Leonardo, Elvira, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...22B)

  259. WHAT ASTEROSEISMOLOGY CAN DO FOR EXOPLANETS: KEPLER-410A B IS A SMALL NEPTUNE AROUND A BRIGHT STAR, IN AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT CONSISTENT WITH LOW OBLIQUITY
    Van Eylen, V., Lund, M. N., Silva Aguirre, V., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...14V)

  260. A MULTI-WAVELENGTH INVESTIGATION OF THE RADIO-LOUD SUPERNOVA PTF11QCJ AND ITS CIRCUMSTELLAR ENVIRONMENT
    Corsi, A., Ofek, E. O., Gal-Yam, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782...42C)

  261. STELLAR WIND INTERACTION AND PICK-UP ION ESCAPE OF THE KEPLER-11 "SUPER-EARTHS"
    Kislyakova, K. G., Johnstone, C. P., Odert, P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...562A.116K)

  262. TOWARDS A UNIFIED DESCRIPTION OF THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AT REDSHIFT Z ≈ 2.5
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, Madau, Piero, O'Meara, John M., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.438..476P)

  263. INTERACTION BETWEEN THE BROAD-LINED TYPE IC SUPERNOVA 2012AP AND CARRIERS OF DIFFUSE INTERSTELLAR BANDS
    Milisavljevic, Dan, Margutti, Raffaella, Crabtree, Kyle N., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...782L...5M)

  264. A COSMIC WEB FILAMENT REVEALED IN LYMAN-Α EMISSION AROUND A LUMINOUS HIGH-REDSHIFT QUASAR
    Cantalupo, Sebastiano, Arrigoni-Battaia, Fabrizio, Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Natur.506...63C)

  265. MASSES, RADII, AND ORBITS OF SMALL KEPLER PLANETS: THE TRANSITION FROM GASEOUS TO ROCKY PLANETS
    Marcy, Geoffrey W., Isaacson, Howard, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJS..210...20M)

  266. A MAGNIFIED VIEW OF THE KINEMATICS AND MORPHOLOGY OF RCSGA 032727-132609: ZOOMING IN ON A MERGER AT Z = 1.7
    Wuyts, Eva, Rigby, Jane R., Gladders, Michael D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...61W)

  267. A SPITZER SEARCH FOR TRANSITS OF RADIAL VELOCITY DETECTED SUPER-EARTHS
    Kammer, J. A., Knutson, H. A., Howard, A. W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781..103K)

  268. RADIAL VELOCITY VARIATIONS OF PHOTOMETRICALLY QUIET, CHROMOSPHERICALLY INACTIVE KEPLER STARS: A LINK BETWEEN RV JITTER AND PHOTOMETRIC FLICKER
    Bastien, Fabienne A., Stassun, Keivan G., Pepper, Joshua, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...29B)

  269. WARM SPITZER AND PALOMAR NEAR-IR SECONDARY ECLIPSE PHOTOMETRY OF TWO HOT JUPITERS: WASP-48B AND HAT-P-23B
    O'Rourke, Joseph G., Knutson, Heather A., Zhao, Ming, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781..109O)

  270. KELT-6B: A P ~ 7.9 DAY HOT SATURN TRANSITING A METAL-POOR STAR WITH A LONG-PERIOD COMPANION
    Collins, Karen A., Eastman, Jason D., Beatty, Thomas G., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...39C)

  271. THE TYPE IIB SUPERNOVA 2013DF AND ITS COOL SUPERGIANT PROGENITOR
    Van Dyk, Schuyler D., Zheng, WeiKang, Fox, Ori D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...37V)

  272. ON THE ANTICORRELATION BETWEEN H_3^+ TEMPERATURE AND DENSITY IN GIANT PLANET IONOSPHERES
    Melin, H., Stallard, T. S., O'Donoghue, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.438.1611M)

  273. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GASEOUS COMPANION Κ ANDROMEDAE B. NEW KECK AND LBTI HIGH-CONTRAST OBSERVATIONS
    Bonnefoy, M., Currie, T., Marleau, G. -D., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...562A.111B)

  274. CONJUGATE OBSERVATIONS OF SATURN’S NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN H3+ AURORAE
    O'Donoghue, James, Stallard, Tom S., Melin, Henrik, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..229..214O)

  275. THE CURIOUS MORPHOLOGY AND ORIENTATION OF ORION PROPLYD HST-10
    Shuping, R. Y., Kassis, Marc, Bally, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781L..37S)

  276. FAST AND FURIOUS: SHOCK HEATED GAS AS THE ORIGIN OF SPATIALLY RESOLVED HARD X-RAY EMISSION IN THE CENTRAL 5 KPC OF THE GALAXY MERGER NGC 6240
    Wang, Junfeng, Nardini, Emanuele, Fabbiano, Giuseppina, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...55W)

  277. GRB 120521C AT Z ~ 6 AND THE PROPERTIES OF HIGH-REDSHIFT Γ-RAY BURSTS
    Laskar, Tanmoy, Berger, Edo, Tanvir, Nial, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781....1L)

  278. REFINED MASSES AND DISTANCE OF THE YOUNG BINARY HARO 1-14 C
    Le Bouquin, J. -B., Monin, J. -L., Berger, J. -P., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014A&A...561A.101L)

  279. SN 2010JL: OPTICAL TO HARD X-RAY OBSERVATIONS REVEAL AN EXPLOSION EMBEDDED IN A TEN SOLAR MASS COCOON
    Ofek, Eran O., Zoglauer, Andreas, Boggs, Steven E., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...42O)

  280. THE AFTERGLOW OF GRB 130427A FROM 1 TO 1016 GHZ
    Perley, D. A., Cenko, S. B., Corsi, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...37P)

  281. DIRECT IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF A CANDIDATE COMPANION BELOW/NEAR THE DEUTERIUM-BURNING LIMIT IN THE YOUNG BINARY STAR SYSTEM, ROXS 42B
    Currie, Thayne, Daemgen, Sebastian, Debes, John, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780L..30C)

  282. PRECISION MEASURES OF THE PRIMORDIAL ABUNDANCE OF DEUTERIUM
    Cooke, Ryan J., Pettini, Max, Jorgenson, Regina A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...31C)

  283. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. IV. THE OCCURRENCE RATE OF GIANT PLANETS AROUND M DWARFS
    Montet, Benjamin T., Crepp, Justin R., Johnson, John Asher, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...28M)

  284. ULTRA-FAINT ULTRAVIOLET GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2 BEHIND THE LENSING CLUSTER A1689: THE LUMINOSITY FUNCTION, DUST EXTINCTION, AND STAR FORMATION RATE DENSITY
    Alavi, Anahita, Siana, Brian, Richard, Johan, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..143A)

  285. "DIRECT" GAS-PHASE METALLICITIES, STELLAR PROPERTIES, AND LOCAL ENVIRONMENTS OF EMISSION-LINE GALAXIES AT REDSHIFTS BELOW 0.90
    Ly, Chun, Malkan, Matthew A., Nagao, Tohru, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..122L)

  286. TRANSFORMATION OF A VIRGO CLUSTER DWARF IRREGULAR GALAXY BY RAM PRESSURE STRIPPING: IC3418 AND ITS FIREBALLS
    Kenney, Jeffrey D. P., Geha, Marla, Jáchym, Pavel, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..119K)

  287. HERMES: CANDIDATE HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES DISCOVERED WITH HERSCHEL/SPIRE
    Dowell, C. Darren, Conley, A., Glenn, J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780...75D)

  288. MOA-2011-BLG-293LB: FIRST MICROLENSING PLANET POSSIBLY IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Batista, V., Beaulieu, J. -P., Gould, A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780...54B)

  289. MODELING SELF-SUBTRACTION IN ANGULAR DIFFERENTIAL IMAGING: APPLICATION TO THE HD 32297 DEBRIS DISK
    Esposito, Thomas M., Fitzgerald, Michael P., Graham, James R., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780...25E)

  290. THE DYNAMICAL MASSES, DENSITIES, AND STAR FORMATION SCALING RELATIONS OF LYΑ GALAXIES
    Rhoads, James E., Malhotra, Sangeeta, Richardson, Mark L. A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780...20R)

  291. THE UNEXPECTEDLY BRIGHT COMET C/2012 F6 (LEMMON) UNVEILED AT NEAR-INFRARED WAVELENGTHS
    Paganini, Lucas, DiSanti, Michael A., Mumma, Michael J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...15P)

  292. PRE- AND POST-PERIHELION OBSERVATIONS OF C/2009 P1 (GARRADD): EVIDENCE FOR AN OXYGEN-RICH HERITAGE?
    DiSanti, Michael A., Villanueva, Geronimo L., Paganini, Lucas, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014Icar..228..167D)

  293. THE SWELLS SURVEY - VI. HIERARCHICAL INFERENCE OF THE INITIAL MASS FUNCTIONS OF BULGES AND DISCS
    Brewer, Brendon J., Marshall, Philip J., Auger, Matthew W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.1950B)

  294. ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AND GALAXIES: THE H I-GALAXY CROSS-CORRELATION AT Z ≲ 1
    Tejos, Nicolas, Morris, Simon L., Finn, Charles W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014MNRAS.437.2017T)

  295. THREE WIDE PLANETARY-MASS COMPANIONS TO FW TAU, ROXS 12, AND ROXS 42B
    Kraus, Adam L., Ireland, Michael J., Cieza, Lucas A., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...20K)

  296. A SEARCH FOR MODERATE-REDSHIFT SURVIVORS FROM THE POPULATION OF LUMINOUS COMPACT PASSIVE GALAXIES AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Stockton, Alan, Shih, Hsin-Yi, Larson, Kirsten, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..134S)

  297. A MULTI-WAVELENGTH STUDY OF THE HOST ENVIRONMENT OF SMBHB 4C+37.11
    Romani, Roger W., Forman, W. R., Jones, Christine, et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...780..149R)

  298. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. V. DISCOVERY OF AN OLD AND COLD BENCHMARK T-DWARF ORBITING THE NEARBY G-STAR HD 19467
    Crepp, Justin R., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014ApJ...781...29C)

  299. A SEARCH FOR OPTICAL VARIABILITY OF TYPE 2 QUASARS IN SDSS STRIPE 82
    Barth, Aaron J., Voevodkin, Alexey, Carson, Daniel J., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AJ....147...12B)

  300. INVESTIGATION OF A TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATE IN TRUMPLER 37: AN ASTROPHYSICAL FALSE POSITIVE ECLIPSING SPECTROSCOPIC BINARY STAR
    Errmann, R., Torres, G., Schmidt, T. O. B., et al.
    2014, refereed (2014AN....335..345E)

  301. OBSERVATIONAL DYNAMICS OF LOW-MASS STELLAR SYSTEMS
    Frank, M. J.
    2014, refereed (2014AN....335..486F)

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2013

  1. A DEEP SEARCH FOR FAINT GALAXIES ASSOCIATED WITH VERY LOW-REDSHIFT C IV ABSORBERS: A CASE WITH COLD-ACCRETION CHARACTERISTICS
    Burchett, Joseph N., Tripp, Todd M., Werk, Jessica K., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779L..17B)

  2. DUST REDDENED QUASARS IN FIRST AND UKIDSS: BEYOND THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG
    Glikman, Eilat, Urrutia, Tanya, Lacy, Mark, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..127G)

  3. TIGHT CORRELATIONS BETWEEN MASSIVE GALAXY STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES AND DYNAMICS: THE MASS FUNDAMENTAL PLANE WAS IN PLACE BY Z ~ 2
    Bezanson, Rachel, van Dokkum, Pieter G., van de Sande, Jesse, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779L..21B)

  4. THE SDSS-III APOGEE RADIAL VELOCITY SURVEY OF M DWARFS. I. DESCRIPTION OF THE SURVEY AND SCIENCE GOALS
    Deshpande, R., Blake, C. H., Bender, C. F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146..156D)

  5. THE Κ ANDROMEDAE SYSTEM: NEW CONSTRAINTS ON THE COMPANION MASS, SYSTEM AGE, AND FURTHER MULTIPLICITY
    Hinkley, Sasha, Pueyo, Laurent, Faherty, Jacqueline K., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..153H)

  6. A NEW APPROACH TO DETAILED STRUCTURAL DECOMPOSITION FROM THE SPLASH AND PHAT SURVEYS: KICKED-UP DISK STARS IN THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY?
    Dorman, Claire E., Widrow, Lawrence M., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..103D)

  7. GRAVITATIONAL LENS MODELS BASED ON SUBMILLIMETER ARRAY IMAGING OF HERSCHEL-SELECTED STRONGLY LENSED SUB-MILLIMETER GALAXIES AT Z > 1.5
    Bussmann, R. S., Pérez-Fournon, I., Amber, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779...25B)

  8. NARROWBAND LYMAN-CONTINUUM IMAGING OF GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2.85
    Mostardi, R. E., Shapley, A. E., Nestor, D. B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779...65M)

  9. A DIRECT STELLAR METALLICITY DETERMINATION IN THE DISK OF THE MASER GALAXY NGC 4258
    Kudritzki, Rolf-Peter, Urbaneja, Miguel A., Gazak, Zachary, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779L..20K)

  10. IMPACT FLUX ON JUPITER: FROM SUPERBOLIDES TO LARGE-SCALE COLLISIONS
    Hueso, R., Pérez-Hoyos, S., Sánchez-Lavega, A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...560A..55H)

  11. NEAR-INFRARED LONG-SLIT SPECTRA OF SEYFERT GALAXIES: GAS EXCITATION ACROSS THE CENTRAL KILOPARSEC
    van der Laan, T. P. R., Schinnerer, E., Böker, T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...560A..99V)

  12. SN 2000CX AND SN 2013BH: EXTREMELY RARE, NEARLY TWIN TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Vinko, Jozsef, Kasliwal, Mansi M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.436.1225S)

  13. KEPLER MONITORING OF AN L DWARF I. THE PHOTOMETRIC PERIOD AND WHITE LIGHT FLARES
    Gizis, John E., Burgasser, Adam J., Berger, Edo, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..172G)

  14. THE ERA OF STAR FORMATION IN GALAXY CLUSTERS
    Brodwin, M., Stanford, S. A., Gonzalez, Anthony H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..138B)

  15. THE POLLUTED ATMOSPHERE OF THE WHITE DWARF NLTT 25792 AND THE DIVERSITY OF CIRCUMSTELLAR ENVIRONMENTS
    Vennes, S., Kawka, A.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779...70V)

  16. KECK SPECTROSCOPY OF GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED Z ~= 4 GALAXIES: IMPROVED CONSTRAINTS ON THE ESCAPE FRACTION OF IONIZING PHOTONS
    Jones, Tucker A., Ellis, Richard S., Schenker, Matthew A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779...52J)

  17. THE TERZAN 5 PUZZLE: DISCOVERY OF A THIRD, METAL-POOR COMPONENT
    Origlia, L., Massari, D., Rich, R. M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779L...5O)

  18. ORBITAL PARAMETERS FOR THE TWO YOUNG BINARIES VSB 111 AND VSB 126
    Karnath, N., Prato, L., Wasserman, L. H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146..149K)

  19. EXPLORING THE CHEMICAL LINK BETWEEN LOCAL ELLIPTICALS AND THEIR HIGH-REDSHIFT PROGENITORS
    Leja, Joel, van Dokkum, Pieter G., Momcheva, Ivelina, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778L..24L)

  20. THE DENSITY OF MID-SIZED KUIPER BELT OBJECT 2002 UX25 AND THE FORMATION OF THE DWARF PLANETS
    Brown, M. E.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778L..34B)

  21. A PLAUSIBLE (OVERLOOKED) SUPER-LUMINOUS SUPERNOVA IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY STRIPE 82 DATA
    Kostrzewa-Rutkowska, Zuzanna, Kozłowski, Szymon, Wyrzykowski, Łukasz, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..168K)

  22. A POPULATION OF MASSIVE, LUMINOUS GALAXIES HOSTING HEAVILY DUST-OBSCURED GAMMA-RAY BURSTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE USE OF GRBS AS TRACERS OF COSMIC STAR FORMATION
    Perley, D. A., Levan, A. J., Tanvir, N. R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..128P)

  23. THREE-DIMENSIONAL STELLAR KINEMATICS AT THE GALACTIC CENTER: MEASURING THE NUCLEAR STAR CLUSTER SPATIAL DENSITY PROFILE, BLACK HOLE MASS, AND DISTANCE
    Do, T., Martinez, G. D., Yelda, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779L...6D)

  24. A NEW METHOD FOR DETECTING VELOCITY SHIFTS AND DISTORTIONS BETWEEN OPTICAL SPECTRA
    Evans, Tyler M., Murphy, Michael T.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..173E)

  25. THE UNIVERSAL STELLAR MASS-STELLAR METALLICITY RELATION FOR DWARF GALAXIES
    Kirby, Evan N., Cohen, Judith G., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779..102K)

  26. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: WIDE FIELD IMAGING OF THE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM OF NGC 4278
    Usher, Christopher, Forbes, Duncan A., Spitler, Lee R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.436.1172U)

  27. CARBON AND OXYGEN ABUNDANCES IN COOL METAL-RICH EXOPLANET HOSTS: A CASE STUDY OF THE C/O RATIO OF 55 CANCRI
    Teske, Johanna K., Cunha, Katia, Schuler, Simon C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778..132T)

  28. THE BINARY WHITE DWARF LHS 3236
    Harris, Hugh C., Dahn, Conard C., Dupuy, Trent J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...779...21H)

  29. NEBULAR SPECTROSCOPY OF THE NEARBY TYPE IIB SUPERNOVA 2011DH
    Shivvers, Isaac, Mazzali, Paolo, Silverman, Jeffrey M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.436.3614S)

  30. THE DAWES REVIEW 1: KINEMATIC STUDIES OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES ACROSS COSMIC TIME
    Glazebrook, Karl
    2013, refereed (2013PASA...30...56G)

  31. DUST PROPERTIES OF CLUMPY DISC GALAXIES AT Z ∼ 1.3 WITH HERSCHEL-SPIRE
    Wisnioski, Emily, Glazebrook, Karl, Blake, Chris, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.436..266W)

  32. CONSTRAINING THE RANGE OF YUKAWA GRAVITY INTERACTION FROM S2 STAR ORBITS
    Borka, D., Jovanović, P., Borka Jovanović, V., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013JCAP...11..050B)

  33. PREVALENCE OF EARTH-SIZE PLANETS ORBITING SUN-LIKE STARS
    Petigura, Erik A., Howard, Andrew W., Marcy, Geoffrey W.
    2013, refereed (2013PNAS..11019273P)

  34. NITROGEN ABUNDANCES AND THE DISTANCE MODULI OF THE PLEIADES AND HYADES
    Miller, Blake, King, Jeremy R., Chen, Yu, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125.1297M)

  35. HIGH-VELOCITY LINE FORMING REGIONS IN THE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA 2009IG
    Marion, G. H., Vinko, Jozsef, Wheeler, J. Craig, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...40M)

  36. THE HUNT FOR EXOMOONS WITH KEPLER (HEK). III. THE FIRST SEARCH FOR AN EXOMOON AROUND A HABITABLE-ZONE PLANET
    Kipping, D. M., Forgan, D., Hartman, J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777..134K)

  37. GEMINI SPECTROSCOPY OF THE SHORT-HARD GAMMA-RAY BURST GRB 130603B AFTERGLOW AND HOST GALAXY
    Cucchiara, A., Prochaska, J. X., Perley, D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...94C)

  38. WARM ICE GIANT GJ 3470B. I. A FLAT TRANSMISSION SPECTRUM INDICATES A HAZY, LOW-METHANE, AND/OR METAL-RICH ATMOSPHERE
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Barman, Travis, Hansen, Brad M. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...559A..33C)

  39. MEASUREMENT OF THE DISPERSION OF RADIATION FROM A STEADY COSMOLOGICAL SOURCE
    Lieu, Richard, Duan, Lingze, Kibble, T. W. B.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...73L)

  40. THE VERY YOUNG TYPE IA SUPERNOVA 2013DY: DISCOVERY, AND STRONG CARBON ABSORPTION IN EARLY-TIME SPECTRA
    Zheng, WeiKang, Silverman, Jeffrey M., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778L..15Z)

  41. NORMAL AND OUTLYING POPULATIONS OF THE MILKY WAY STELLAR HALO AT [FE/H] <-2
    Cohen, Judith G., Christlieb, Norbert, Thompson, Ian, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...56C)

  42. DISCOVERY OF A VISUAL T-DWARF TRIPLE SYSTEM AND BINARITY AT THE L/T TRANSITION
    Radigan, Jacqueline, Jayawardhana, Ray, Lafrenière, David, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...36R)

  43. CONTAMINATION OF BROADBAND PHOTOMETRY BY NEBULAR EMISSION IN HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES: INVESTIGATIONS WITH KECK'S MOSFIRE NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROGRAPH
    Schenker, Matthew A., Ellis, Richard S., Konidaris, Nick P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...67S)

  44. THE NEARBY, YOUNG, ISOLATED, DUSTY STAR HD 166191
    Schneider, Adam, Song, Inseok, Melis, Carl, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...78S)

  45. A DEEP KECK/NIRC2 SEARCH FOR THERMAL EMISSION FROM PLANETARY COMPANIONS ORBITING FOMALHAUT
    Currie, Thayne, Cloutier, Ryan, Debes, John H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777L...6C)

  46. THE SMOOTH MG II GAS DISTRIBUTION THROUGH THE INTERSTELLAR/EXTRA-PLANAR/HALO INTERFACE
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Cooke, Jeff, Churchill, Christopher W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777L..11K)

  47. THE SL2S GALAXY-SCALE LENS SAMPLE. III. LENS MODELS, SURFACE PHOTOMETRY, AND STELLAR MASSES FOR THE FINAL SAMPLE
    Sonnenfeld, Alessandro, Gavazzi, Raphaël, Suyu, Sherry H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...97S)

  48. THE SL2S GALAXY-SCALE LENS SAMPLE. IV. THE DEPENDENCE OF THE TOTAL MASS DENSITY PROFILE OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES ON REDSHIFT, STELLAR MASS, AND SIZE
    Sonnenfeld, Alessandro, Treu, Tommaso, Gavazzi, Raphaël, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...98S)

  49. CHARACTERIZING THE ORBITAL AND DYNAMICAL STATE OF THE HD 82943 PLANETARY SYSTEM WITH KECK RADIAL VELOCITY DATA
    Tan, Xianyu, Payne, Matthew J., Lee, Man Hoi, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777..101T)

  50. A ROCKY COMPOSITION FOR AN EARTH-SIZED EXOPLANET
    Howard, Andrew W., Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.503..381H)

  51. PHOTOMETRICALLY TRIGGERED KECK SPECTROSCOPY OF FERMI BL LACERTAE OBJECTS
    Shaw, Michael S., Filippenko, Alexei V., Romani, Roger W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146..127S)

  52. THE EXEMPLAR T8 SUBDWARF COMPANION OF WOLF 1130
    Mace, Gregory N., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Cushing, Michael C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...36M)

  53. KECK AND VLT AO OBSERVATIONS AND MODELS OF THE URANIAN RINGS DURING THE 2007 RING PLANE CROSSINGS
    de Pater, Imke, Dunn, David E., Stam, Daphne M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..226.1399D)

  54. GRB 091024A AND THE NATURE OF ULTRA-LONG GAMMA-RAY BURSTS
    Virgili, F. J., Mundell, C. G., Pal'shin, V., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...54V)

  55. THE COS-HALOS SURVEY: RATIONALE, DESIGN, AND A CENSUS OF CIRCUMGALACTIC NEUTRAL HYDROGEN
    Tumlinson, Jason, Thom, Christopher, Werk, Jessica K., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...777...59T)

  56. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: OUTER TRIAXIALITY OF THE FAST ROTATOR ELLIPTICAL NGC 4473
    Foster, Caroline, Arnold, Jacob A., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.435.3587F)

  57. COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF HOT AND COLD DUST ORBITING THE MAIN SEQUENCE A-TYPE STARS HD 131488 AND HD 121191
    Melis, Carl, Zuckerman, B., Rhee, Joseph H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...778...12M)

  58. DISCOVERY OF FOUR HIGH PROPER MOTION L DWARFS, INCLUDING A 10 PC L DWARF AT THE L/T TRANSITION
    Castro, Philip J., Gizis, John E., Harris, Hugh C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776..126C)

  59. MEASUREMENTS OF THE CA II INFRARED TRIPLET LINES OF YOUNG STELLAR OBJECTS
    Moto'oka, Keiko, Itoh, Yoichi
    2013, refereed (2013RAA....13.1189M)

  60. THE MAGELLAN UNIFORM SURVEY OF DAMPED LYMAN Α SYSTEMS - I. COSMIC METALLICITY EVOLUTION
    Jorgenson, Regina A., Murphy, Michael T., Thompson, Rodger
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.435..482J)

  61. THE GEMINI NICI PLANET-FINDING CAMPAIGN: THE FREQUENCY OF GIANT PLANETS AROUND YOUNG B AND A STARS
    Nielsen, Eric L., Liu, Michael C., Wahhaj, Zahed, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776....4N)

  62. STELLAR SPIN-ORBIT MISALIGNMENT IN A MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Huber, Daniel, Carter, Joshua A., Barbieri, Mauro, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...342..331H)

  63. INFERRING THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY'S MASS FROM ITS GIANT SOUTHERN STREAM WITH BAYESIAN SIMULATION SAMPLING
    Fardal, Mark A., Weinberg, Martin D., Babul, Arif, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.434.2779F)

  64. PLANET HUNTERS. V. A CONFIRMED JUPITER-SIZE PLANET IN THE HABITABLE ZONE AND 42 PLANET CANDIDATES FROM THE KEPLER ARCHIVE DATA
    Wang, Ji, Fischer, Debra A., Barclay, Thomas, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776...10W)

  65. MAGIICAT I. THE MG II ABSORBER-GALAXY CATALOG
    Nielsen, Nikole M., Churchill, Christopher W., Kacprzak, Glenn G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776..114N)

  66. NEW AND UPDATED STELLAR PARAMETERS FOR 90 TRANSIT HOSTS. THE EFFECT OF THE SURFACE GRAVITY
    Mortier, A., Santos, N. C., Sousa, S. G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...558A.106M)

  67. THE SPECTRALLY RESOLVED LYΑ EMISSION OF THREE LYΑ-SELECTED FIELD GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2.4 FROM THE HETDEX PILOT SURVEY
    Chonis, Taylor S., Blanc, Guillermo A., Hill, Gary J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...99C)

  68. A SEARCH FOR BORON IN DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS
    Berg, Trystyn A. M., Ellison, Sara L., Venn, Kim A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.434.2892B)

  69. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF ASTEROID 308635 (2005 YU55) DERIVED FROM MULTI-INSTRUMENT INFRARED OBSERVATIONS DURING A VERY CLOSE EARTH APPROACH
    Müller, T. G., Miyata, T., Kiss, C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...558A..97M)

  70. THE VLTI/MIDI SURVEY OF MASSIVE YOUNG STELLAR OBJECTS . SOUNDING THE INNER REGIONS AROUND INTERMEDIATE- AND HIGH-MASS YOUNG STARS USING MID-INFRARED INTERFEROMETRY
    Boley, Paul A., Linz, Hendrik, van Boekel, Roy, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...558A..24B)

  71. A GALAXY RAPIDLY FORMING STARS 700 MILLION YEARS AFTER THE BIG BANG AT REDSHIFT 7.51
    Finkelstein, S. L., Papovich, C., Dickinson, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.502..524F)

  72. QUASARS PROBING QUASARS. VI. EXCESS H I ABSORPTION WITHIN ONE PROPER MPC OF Z ~ 2 QUASARS
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, Hennawi, Joseph F., Lee, Khee-Gan, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776..136P)

  73. EVIDENCE FOR WATER IN THE ROCKY DEBRIS OF A DISRUPTED EXTRASOLAR MINOR PLANET
    Farihi, J., Gänsicke, B. T., Koester, D.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...342..218F)

  74. DETECTION OF CH4 IN THE GV TAU N PROTOPLANETARY DISK
    Gibb, Erika L., Horne, David
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776L..28G)

  75. METAL-POOR, COOL GAS IN THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM OF A Z = 2.4 STAR-FORMING GALAXY: DIRECT EVIDENCE FOR COLD ACCRETION?
    Crighton, Neil H. M., Hennawi, Joseph F., Prochaska, J. Xavier
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776L..18C)

  76. EVIDENCE FOR A RECEDING DUST SUBLIMATION REGION AROUND A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Kishimoto, Makoto, Hönig, Sebastian F., Antonucci, Robert, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..36K)

  77. THE CIRCUMNUCLEAR STAR FORMATION ENVIRONMENT OF NGC 6946: BR Γ AND H2 RESULTS FROM KECK INTEGRAL FIELD SPECTROSCOPY
    Tsai, Chao-Wei, Turner, Jean L., Beck, Sara C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...776...70T)

  78. THE INNER KILOPARSEC OF MRK 273 WITH KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS
    U, Vivian, Medling, Anne, Sanders, David, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775..115U)

  79. IS THERE A METALLICITY CEILING TO FORM CARBON STARS?—A NOVEL TECHNIQUE REVEALS A SCARCITY OF C STARS IN THE INNER M31 DISK
    Boyer, M. L., Girardi, L., Marigo, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...83B)

  80. THE DENSEST GALAXY
    Strader, Jay, Seth, Anil C., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L...6S)

  81. KEPLER-63B: A GIANT PLANET IN A POLAR ORBIT AROUND A YOUNG SUN-LIKE STAR
    Sanchis-Ojeda, Roberto, Winn, Joshua N., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...54S)

  82. DISCOVERY, PROGENITOR AND EARLY EVOLUTION OF A STRIPPED ENVELOPE SUPERNOVA IPTF13BVN
    Cao, Yi, Kasliwal, Mansi M., Arcavi, Iair, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L...7C)

  83. CONSTRAINTS ON HYPERLUMINOUS QSO LIFETIMES VIA FLUORESCENT LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z ~= 2.7
    Trainor, Ryan, Steidel, Charles C.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L...3T)

  84. GAMMA-RAY BURST OPTICAL LIGHT-CURVE ZOO: COMPARISON WITH X-RAY OBSERVATIONS
    Zaninoni, E., Bernardini, M. G., Margutti, R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A..12Z)

  85. STELLAR AND CIRCUMSTELLAR PROPERTIES OF VISUAL BINARIES IN THE ORION NEBULA CLUSTER
    Correia, S., Duchêne, G., Reipurth, B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A..63C)

  86. A MULTI-EPOCH SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF THE BAL QUASAR APM 08279+5255. I. C IV ABSORPTION VARIABILITY
    Trevese, D., Saturni, F. G., Vagnetti, F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A..91T)

  87. HERMES: THE FAR-INFRARED EMISSION FROM DUST-OBSCURED GALAXIES
    Calanog, J. A., Wardlow, J., Fu, Hai, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...61C)

  88. ALMA OBSERVATIONS OF THE IRDC CLUMP G34.43+00.24 MM3: HOT CORE AND MOLECULAR OUTFLOWS
    Sakai, Takeshi, Sakai, Nami, Foster, Jonathan B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..31S)

  89. THE ORIGIN OF HVS17, AN UNBOUND MAIN SEQUENCE B STAR AT 50 KPC
    Brown, Warren R., Cohen, Judith G., Geller, Margaret J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...32B)

  90. EVIDENCE THAT GAMMA-RAY BURST 130702A EXPLODED IN A DWARF SATELLITE OF A MASSIVE GALAXY
    Kelly, Patrick L., Filippenko, Alexei V., Fox, Ori D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L...5K)

  91. BREAKING THE OBSCURING SCREEN: A RESOLVED MOLECULAR OUTFLOW IN A BURIED QSO
    Rupke, David S. N., Veilleux, Sylvain
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..15R)

  92. NEAR-INFRARED SPECTRA OF THE URANIAN RING SYSTEM
    de Kleer, Katherine, de Pater, Imke, Ádámkovics, Máté, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..226.1038D)

  93. THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF PRAESEPE (M44)
    Boesgaard, Ann Merchant, Roper, Brian W., Lum, Michael G.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775...58B)

  94. VARIATION OF THE FINE-STRUCTURE CONSTANT: AN UPDATE OF STATISTICAL ANALYSES WITH RECENT DATA
    Kraiselburd, L., Landau, S. J., Simeone, C.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...557A..36K)

  95. THE CHANGING LYΑ OPTICAL DEPTH IN THE RANGE 6 < Z < 9 FROM THE MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF Y-DROPOUTS
    Treu, Tommaso, Schmidt, Kasper B., Trenti, Michele, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...775L..29T)

  96. THE DEEP2 GALAXY REDSHIFT SURVEY: DESIGN, OBSERVATIONS, DATA REDUCTION, AND REDSHIFTS
    Newman, Jeffrey A., Cooper, Michael C., Davis, Marc, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..208....5N)

  97. A HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPIC SEARCH FOR THE REMAINING DONOR FOR TYCHO'S SUPERNOVA
    Kerzendorf, Wolfgang E., Yong, David, Schmidt, Brian P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...99K)

  98. THE MASS-METALLICITY RELATION OF A Z ~ 2 PROTOCLUSTER WITH MOSFIRE
    Kulas, Kristin R., McLean, Ian S., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774..130K)

  99. FINE-STRUCTURE FE II* EMISSION AND RESONANT MG II EMISSION IN Z ~ 1 STAR-FORMING GALAXIES
    Kornei, Katherine A., Shapley, Alice E., Martin, Crystal L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...50K)

  100. THE FAST AND FURIOUS DECAY OF THE PECULIAR TYPE IC SUPERNOVA 2005EK
    Drout, M. R., Soderberg, A. M., Mazzali, P. A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...58D)

  101. VERY LOW MASS STELLAR AND SUBSTELLAR COMPANIONS TO SOLAR-LIKE STARS FROM MARVELS. IV. A CANDIDATE BROWN DWARF OR LOW-MASS STELLAR COMPANION TO HIP 67526
    Jiang, Peng, Ge, Jian, Cargile, Phillip, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146...65J)

  102. SIZES OF MAIN-BELT ASTEROIDS BY COMBINING SHAPE MODELS AND KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS OBSERVATIONS
    Hanuš, J., Marchis, F., Ďurech, J.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..226.1045H)

  103. SECRETLY ECCENTRIC: THE GIANT PLANET AND ACTIVITY CYCLE OF GJ 328
    Robertson, Paul, Endl, Michael, Cochran, William D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774..147R)

  104. THE WIGGLEZ DARK ENERGY SURVEY: STAR FORMATION IN UV-LUMINOUS GALAXIES FROM THEIR LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS
    Jurek, Russell J., Drinkwater, Michael J., Pimbblet, Kevin, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.434..257J)

  105. PLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS. III. A YOUNG DUSTY L DWARF COMPANION AT THE DEUTERIUM-BURNING LIMIT
    Bowler, Brendan P., Liu, Michael C., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774...55B)

  106. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. III. A FAINT WHITE DWARF COMPANION ORBITING HD 114174
    Crepp, Justin R., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...774....1C)

  107. EXOPLANET CHARACTERIZATION BY PROXY: A TRANSITING 2.15 R PLANET NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE OF THE LATE K DWARF KEPLER-61
    Ballard, Sarah, Charbonneau, David, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...98B)

  108. KELT-3B: A HOT JUPITER TRANSITING A V = 9.8 LATE-F STAR
    Pepper, Joshua, Siverd, Robert J., Beatty, Thomas G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...64P)

  109. A NON-LTE ANALYSIS OF THE HOT SUBDWARF O STAR BD+28°4211. I. THE UV SPECTRUM
    Latour, M., Fontaine, G., Chayer, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...84L)

  110. THE SEEDS DIRECT IMAGING SURVEY FOR PLANETS AND SCATTERED DUST EMISSION IN DEBRIS DISK SYSTEMS
    Janson, Markus, Brandt, Timothy D., Moro-Martín, Amaya, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...73J)

  111. THE NUSTAR EXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: A FIRST SENSITIVE LOOK AT THE HIGH-ENERGY COSMIC X-RAY BACKGROUND POPULATION
    Alexander, D. M., Stern, D., Del Moro, A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773..125A)

  112. CATASTROPHIC EVAPORATION OF ROCKY PLANETS
    Perez-Becker, Daniel, Chiang, Eugene
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.2294P)

  113. PHASE-RESOLVED INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AND PHOTOMETRY OF V1500 CYGNI, AND A SEARCH FOR SIMILAR OLD CLASSICAL NOVAE
    Harrison, Thomas E., Campbell, Randy D., Lyke, James E.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146...37H)

  114. THE DYNAMICS OF MERGING CLUSTERS: A MONTE CARLO SOLUTION APPLIED TO THE BULLET AND MUSKET BALL CLUSTERS
    Dawson, William A.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772..131D)

  115. METAL ABUNDANCES, RADIAL VELOCITIES, AND OTHER PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR THE RR LYRAE STARS IN THE KEPLER FIELD
    Nemec, James M., Cohen, Judith G., Ripepi, Vincenzo, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773..181N)

  116. UNVEILING A POPULATION OF GALAXIES HARBORING LOW-MASS BLACK HOLES WITH X-RAYS
    Schramm, M., Silverman, J. D., Greene, J. E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773..150S)

  117. WARM DARK MATTER AS A SOLUTION TO THE SMALL SCALE CRISIS: NEW CONSTRAINTS FROM HIGH REDSHIFT LYMAN-Α FOREST DATA
    Viel, Matteo, Becker, George D., Bolton, James S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PhRvD..88d3502V)

  118. FILLING THE GAP: A NEW CLASS OF OLD STAR CLUSTER.
    Forbes, D. A., Pota, V., Usher, C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.435L...6F)

  119. AN INDEPENDENT MEASUREMENT OF THE INCIDENCE OF MG II ABSORBERS ALONG GAMMA-RAY BURST SIGHT LINES: THE END OF THE MYSTERY?
    Cucchiara, A., Prochaska, J. X., Zhu, G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...82C)

  120. KECK OBSERVATIONS OF THE GALACTIC CENTER SOURCE G2: GAS CLOUD OR STAR?
    Phifer, K., Do, T., Meyer, L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773L..13P)

  121. NURTURING LYMAN BREAK GALAXIES: OBSERVED LINK BETWEEN ENVIRONMENT AND SPECTROSCOPIC FEATURES
    Cooke, J., Omori, Y., Ryan-Weber, E. V.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.2122C)

  122. A LYMAN BREAK GALAXY IN THE EPOCH OF REIONIZATION FROM HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE GRISM SPECTROSCOPY
    Rhoads, James E., Malhotra, Sangeeta, Stern, Daniel, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...32R)

  123. INTERMEDIATE-AGE STELLAR POPULATIONS IN CLASSICAL QUASI-STELLAR OBJECT HOST GALAXIES
    Canalizo, Gabriela, Stockton, Alan
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772..132C)

  124. HERSCHEL-ATLAS: A BINARY HYLIRG PINPOINTING A CLUSTER OF STARBURSTING PROTOELLIPTICALS
    Ivison, R. J., Swinbank, A. M., Smail, Ian, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772..137I)

  125. LATE-TIME SPECTRAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE STRONGLY INTERACTING TYPE IA SUPERNOVA PTF11KX
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Nugent, Peter E., Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772..125S)

  126. THE NATURE OF MASSIVE BLACK HOLE BINARY CANDIDATES - I. SPECTRAL PROPERTIES AND EVOLUTION
    Decarli, Roberto, Dotti, Massimo, Fumagalli, Michele, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433.1492D)

  127. KECK-I MOSFIRE SPECTROSCOPY OF THE Z ~ 12 CANDIDATE GALAXY UDFJ-39546284
    Capak, P., Faisst, A., Vieira, J. D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773L..14C)

  128. THE STELLAR OBLIQUITY AND THE LONG-PERIOD PLANET IN THE HAT-P-17 EXOPLANETARY SYSTEM
    Fulton, Benjamin J., Howard, Andrew W., Winn, Joshua N., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772...80F)

  129. THE QUADRUPLE PRE-MAIN-SEQUENCE SYSTEM LKCA 3: IMPLICATIONS FOR STELLAR EVOLUTION MODELS
    Torres, Guillermo, Ruíz-Rodríguez, Dary, Badenas, Mariona, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...40T)

  130. NEAR-INFRARED IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY OF THE INNER FEW ARCSECONDS OF NGC 4151 WITH OSIRIS AT KECK
    Iserlohe, C., Krabbe, A., Larkin, J. E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...556A.136I)

  131. A DYNAMICALLY-PACKED PLANETARY SYSTEM AROUND GJ 667C WITH THREE SUPER-EARTHS IN ITS HABITABLE ZONE
    Anglada-Escudé, Guillem, Tuomi, Mikko, Gerlach, Enrico, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...556A.126A)

  132. MASSES AND DISTANCE OF THE YOUNG BINARY NTTS 045251+3016
    Simon, M., Schaefer, G. H., Prato, L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...773...28S)

  133. STELLAR KINEMATICS OF Z ~ 2 GALAXIES AND THE INSIDE-OUT GROWTH OF QUIESCENT GALAXIES
    van de Sande, Jesse, Kriek, Mariska, Franx, Marijn, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...85V)

  134. THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES OVER THE LAST 11 BILLION YEARS
    Zahid, H. Jabran, Geller, Margaret J., Kewley, Lisa J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771L..19Z)

  135. MOST DETECTS TRANSITS OF HD 97658B, A WARM, LIKELY VOLATILE-RICH SUPER-EARTH
    Dragomir, Diana, Matthews, Jaymie M., Eastman, Jason D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772L...2D)

  136. TRANSITING EXOPLANETS FROM THE COROT SPACE MISSION. XXIV. COROT-25B AND COROT-26B: TWO LOW-DENSITY GIANT PLANETS
    Almenara, J. M., Bouchy, F., Gaulme, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A.118A)

  137. THE STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION OF ULTRA-FAINT DWARF GALAXIES: EVIDENCE FOR IMF VARIATIONS WITH GALACTIC ENVIRONMENT
    Geha, Marla, Brown, Thomas M., Tumlinson, Jason, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...29G)

  138. A SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF THE ECLIPSING SHORT-PERIOD BINARY V505 PERSEI AND THE ORIGIN OF THE LITHIUM DIP
    Baugh, Patrick, King, Jeremy R., Deliyannis, Constantine P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125..753B)

  139. THE SAME FREQUENCY OF PLANETS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OPEN CLUSTERS OF STARS
    Meibom, Søren, Torres, Guillermo, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.499...55M)

  140. A NEAR-INFRARED INTERFEROMETRIC SURVEY OF DEBRIS-DISC STARS. III. FIRST STATISTICS BASED ON 42 STARS OBSERVED WITH CHARA/FLUOR
    Absil, O., Defrère, D., Coudé du Foresto, V., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A.104A)

  141. DETECTION OF CO ABSORPTION IN THE ATMOSPHERE OF THE HOT JUPITER HD 189733B
    Rodler, F., Kürster, M., Barnes, J. R.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.432.1980R)

  142. AN INTERFEROMETRIC STUDY OF THE FOMALHAUT INNER DEBRIS DISK. III. DETAILED MODELS OF THE EXOZODIACAL DISK AND ITS ORIGIN
    Lebreton, J., van Lieshout, R., Augereau, J. -C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A.146L)

  143. NEARBY M, L, AND T DWARFS DISCOVERED BY THE WIDE-FIELD INFRARED SURVEY EXPLORER (WISE)
    Thompson, Maggie A., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Mace, Gregory N., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013PASP..125..809T)

  144. SUBSTELLAR MULTIPLICITY IN THE HYADES CLUSTER
    Duchêne, G., Bouvier, J., Moraux, E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...555A.137D)

  145. THE RESOLVED ASTEROID PROGRAM - SIZE, SHAPE, AND POLE OF (52) EUROPA
    Merline, W. J., Drummond, J. D., Carry, B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..225..794M)

  146. A HIGH MOLECULAR FRACTION IN A SUBDAMPED ABSORBER AT Z = 0.56
    Crighton, Neil H. M., Bechtold, Jill, Carswell, Robert F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433..178C)

  147. PROPER MOTIONS AND ORIGINS OF AXP 1E 2259+586 AND AXP 4U 0142+61
    Tendulkar, Shriharsh P., Cameron, P. Brian, Kulkarni, Shrinivas R.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772...31T)

  148. MID-INFRARED SELECTION OF ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI WITH THE WIDE-FIELD INFRARED SURVEY EXPLORER. II. PROPERTIES OF WISE-SELECTED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN THE NDWFS BOÖTES FIELD
    Assef, R. J., Stern, D., Kochanek, C. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...772...26A)

  149. MAIN-BELT COMET P/2012 T1 (PANSTARRS)
    Hsieh, Henry H., Kaluna, Heather M., Novaković, Bojan, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771L...1H)

  150. TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE STRONGLY INTERACTING WITH THEIR CIRCUMSTELLAR MEDIUM
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Nugent, Peter E., Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..207....3S)

  151. LOW STELLAR OBLIQUITIES IN COMPACT MULTIPLANET SYSTEMS
    Albrecht, Simon, Winn, Joshua N., Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...11A)

  152. PROBING HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXY FORMATION AT THE HIGHEST LUMINOSITIES: NEW INSIGHTS FROM DEIMOS SPECTROSCOPY
    Lee, Kyoung-Soo, Dey, Arjun, Cooper, Michael C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...25L)

  153. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. II. DIRECT DETECTION OF THE HD 8375 TERTIARY
    Crepp, Justin R., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...46C)

  154. AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE SHOULDER OF GIANTS: JOVIAN PLANETS AROUND LATE K DWARF STARS AND THE TREND WITH STELLAR MASS
    Gaidos, Eric, Fischer, Debra A., Mann, Andrew W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...771...18G)

  155. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: PROBING THE SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE CONNECTION WITH BULGES AND HALOES USING RED AND BLUE GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEMS
    Pota, Vincenzo, Graham, Alister W., Forbes, Duncan A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.433..235P)

  156. LATE-TIME CIRCUMSTELLAR INTERACTION IN A SPITZER SELECTED SAMPLE OF TYPE IIN SUPERNOVAE
    Fox, Ori D., Filippenko, Alexei V., Skrutskie, Michael F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....146....2F)

  157. PHOTOMETRIC VARIABILITY IN A WARM, STRONGLY MAGNETIC DQ WHITE DWARF, SDSS J103655.39+652252.2
    Williams, Kurtis A., Winget, D. E., Montgomery, M. H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769..123W)

  158. A PLATEAU IN THE PLANET POPULATION BELOW TWICE THE SIZE OF EARTH
    Petigura, Erik A., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Howard, Andrew W.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...69P)

  159. SCATTERED EMISSION FROM Z ~ 1 GALACTIC OUTFLOWS
    Martin, Crystal L., Shapley, Alice E., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...41M)

  160. VERY LOW MASS STELLAR AND SUBSTELLAR COMPANIONS TO SOLAR-LIKE STARS FROM MARVELS. V. A LOW ECCENTRICITY BROWN DWARF FROM THE DRIEST PART OF THE DESERT, MARVELS-6B
    De Lee, Nathan, Ge, Jian, Crepp, Justin R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..155D)

  161. X-RAY SELECTED GALAXY CLUSTERS IN THE PAN-STARRS MEDIUM DEEP SURVEY
    Ebeling, H., Edge, A. C., Burgett, W. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.432...62E)

  162. CONSTRAINING PRIMORDIAL MAGNETIC FIELDS THROUGH LARGE-SCALE STRUCTURE
    Kahniashvili, Tina, Maravin, Yurii, Natarajan, Aravind, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...47K)

  163. TPZ: PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT PDFS AND ANCILLARY INFORMATION BY USING PREDICTION TREES AND RANDOM FORESTS
    Carrasco Kind, Matias, Brunner, Robert J.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.432.1483C)

  164. ON THE NATURE OF THE SPECTRUM VEILING FOR CLASSICAL T TAURI STARS IN THE NEAR INFRARED
    Dodin, A. V., Lamzin, S. A.
    2013, refereed (2013AstL...39..389D)

  165. RECURRENT PERIHELION ACTIVITY IN (3200) PHAETHON
    Li, Jing, Jewitt, David
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..154L)

  166. SPECTRO-ASTROMETRY OF WATER IN DR TAURI
    Brown, Logan R., Troutman, Matthew R., Gibb, Erika L.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770L..14B)

  167. SPATIALLY RESOLVED IMAGES OF DUST BELT(S) AROUND THE PLANET-HOSTING SUBGIANT Κ CRB
    Bonsor, Amy, Kennedy, Grant M., Crepp, Justin R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.431.3025B)

  168. THE LITHIUM ISOTOPIC RATIO IN VERY METAL-POOR STARS
    Lind, K., Melendez, J., Asplund, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...554A..96L)

  169. KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS OBSERVATIONS OF THE PROTOSTELLAR DISK AROUND RADIO SOURCE I IN THE ORION KLEINMANN-LOW NEBULA
    Sitarski, Breann N., Morris, Mark R., Lu, Jessica R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..134S)

  170. THE BIMODAL METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION OF THE COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AT Z <~ 1
    Lehner, N., Howk, J. C., Tripp, T. M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..138L)

  171. ALL SIX PLANETS KNOWN TO ORBIT KEPLER-11 HAVE LOW DENSITIES
    Lissauer, Jack J., Jontof-Hutter, Daniel, Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..131L)

  172. THE HYADES CLUSTER: IDENTIFICATION OF A PLANETARY SYSTEM AND ESCAPING WHITE DWARFS
    Zuckerman, B., Xu, S., Klein, B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..140Z)

  173. HOST GALAXIES OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM THE NEARBY SUPERNOVA FACTORY
    Childress, M., Aldering, G., Antilogus, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..107C)

  174. SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS OF SN 2012FR: A LUMINOUS, NORMAL TYPE IA SUPERNOVA WITH EARLY HIGH-VELOCITY FEATURES AND A LATE VELOCITY PLATEAU
    Childress, M. J., Scalzo, R. A., Sim, S. A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...29C)

  175. THE COLUMN DENSITY DISTRIBUTION AND CONTINUUM OPACITY OF THE INTERGALACTIC AND CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM AT REDSHIFT LANGZRANG = 2.4
    Rudie, Gwen C., Steidel, Charles C., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769..146R)

  176. A NEW POPULATION OF HIGH-Z, DUSTY LYΑ EMITTERS AND BLOBS DISCOVERED BY WISE: FEEDBACK CAUGHT IN THE ACT?
    Bridge, Carrie R., Blain, Andrew, Borys, Colin J. K., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769...91B)

  177. MARVELS-1: A FACE-ON DOUBLE-LINED BINARY STAR MASQUERADING AS A RESONANT PLANETARY SYSTEM AND CONSIDERATION OF RARE FALSE POSITIVES IN RADIAL VELOCITY PLANET SEARCHES
    Wright, Jason T., Roy, Arpita, Mahadevan, Suvrath, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..119W)

  178. ULTRA-STRONG MG II ABSORBERS AS A SIGNATURE OF COOL INTRAGROUP GAS
    Gauthier, Jean-René
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.432.1444G)

  179. SEGUE 2: THE LEAST MASSIVE GALAXY
    Kirby, Evan N., Boylan-Kolchin, Michael, Cohen, Judith G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770...16K)

  180. THE METALLICITY EVOLUTION OF LOW-MASS GALAXIES: NEW CONSTRAINTS AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFT
    Henry, Alaina, Martin, Crystal L., Finlator, Kristian, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769..148H)

  181. DISCOVERY OF A COSMOLOGICAL, RELATIVISTIC OUTBURST VIA ITS RAPIDLY FADING OPTICAL EMISSION
    Cenko, S. Bradley, Kulkarni, S. R., Horesh, Assaf, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769..130C)

  182. HOST GALAXY PROPERTIES AND HUBBLE RESIDUALS OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE FROM THE NEARBY SUPERNOVA FACTORY
    Childress, M., Aldering, G., Antilogus, P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...770..108C)

  183. RX J0513.1+0851 AND RX J0539.9+0956: TWO YOUNG, RAPIDLY ROTATING SPECTROSCOPIC BINARY STARS
    Ruíz-Rodríguez, Dary, Prato, L., Torres, Guillermo, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..162R)

  184. THE RAPID ASSEMBLY OF AN ELLIPTICAL GALAXY OF 400 BILLION SOLAR MASSES AT A REDSHIFT OF 2.3
    Fu, Hai, Cooray, Asantha, Feruglio, C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.498..338F)

  185. THE REDSHIFT DISTRIBUTION OF INTERVENING WEAK MG II QUASAR ABSORBERS AND A CURIOUS DEPENDENCE ON QUASAR LUMINOSITY
    Evans, Jessica L., Churchill, Christopher W., Murphy, Michael T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768....3E)

  186. HOST STAR PROPERTIES AND TRANSIT EXCLUSION FOR THE HD 38529 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Henry, Gregory W., Kane, Stephen R., Wang, Sharon X., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..155H)

  187. THE EFFECT OF SPATIAL GRADIENTS IN STELLAR MASS-TO-LIGHT RATIO ON BLACK HOLE MASS MEASUREMENTS
    McConnell, Nicholas J., Chen, Shi-Fan Stephen, Ma, Chung-Pei, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768L..21M)

  188. A CAUTIONARY TALE: MARVELS BROWN DWARF CANDIDATE REVEALS ITSELF TO BE A VERY LONG PERIOD, HIGHLY ECCENTRIC SPECTROSCOPIC STELLAR BINARY
    Mack, Claude E., III, Ge, Jian, Deshpande, Rohit, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..139M)

  189. A SUPER-EARTH-SIZED PLANET ORBITING IN OR NEAR THE HABITABLE ZONE AROUND A SUN-LIKE STAR
    Barclay, Thomas, Burke, Christopher J., Howell, Steve B., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..101B)

  190. TOWARDS A RESOLVED KENNICUTT-SCHMIDT LAW AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Freundlich, J., Combes, F., Tacconi, L. J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...553A.130F)

  191. DYNAMICS OF LARGE FRAGMENTS IN THE TAIL OF ACTIVE ASTEROID P/2010 A2
    Agarwal, Jessica, Jewitt, David, Weaver, Harold
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769...46A)

  192. MOLYBDENUM, RUTHENIUM, AND THE HEAVY R-PROCESS ELEMENTS IN MODERATELY METAL-POOR MAIN-SEQUENCE TURNOFF STARS
    Peterson, Ruth C.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768L..13P)

  193. NON-LTE MODELING OF NARROW EMISSION COMPONENTS OF HE AND CA LINES IN OPTICAL SPECTRA OF CLASSICAL T TAURI STARS
    Dodin, A. V., Lamzin, S. A., Sitnova, T. M.
    2013, refereed (2013AstL...39..315D)

  194. SN 2011HT: CONFIRMING A CLASS OF INTERACTING SUPERNOVAE WITH PLATEAU LIGHT CURVES (TYPE IIN-P)
    Mauerhan, Jon C., Smith, Nathan, Silverman, Jeffrey M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.431.2599M)

  195. POLARIZED EXTENDED LYΑ EMISSION FROM A Z = 2.3 RADIO GALAXY
    Humphrey, A., Vernet, J., Villar-Martín, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768L...3H)

  196. FIRST SPECTROSCOPIC EVIDENCE FOR HIGH IONIZATION STATE AND LOW OXYGEN ABUNDANCE IN LYΑ EMITTERS
    Nakajima, Kimihiko, Ouchi, Masami, Shimasaku, Kazuhiro, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769....3N)

  197. A KINEMATIC STUDY OF THE ANDROMEDA DWARF SPHEROIDAL SYSTEM
    Collins, Michelle L. M., Chapman, Scott C., Rich, R. Michael, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..172C)

  198. MEASURING PROTOPLANETARY DISK ACCRETION WITH H I PFUND Β
    Salyk, Colette, Herczeg, Gregory J., Brown, Joanna M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769...21S)

  199. PLANET HUNTERS: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY PLANET IN A QUADRUPLE STAR SYSTEM
    Schwamb, Megan E., Orosz, Jerome A., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768..127S)

  200. CHARACTERISTICS AND LARGE BULK DENSITY OF THE C-TYPE MAIN-BELT TRIPLE ASTEROID (93) MINERVA
    Marchis, F., Vachier, F., Ďurech, J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..224..178M)

  201. KEPLER-62: A FIVE-PLANET SYSTEM WITH PLANETS OF 1.4 AND 1.6 EARTH RADII IN THE HABITABLE ZONE
    Borucki, William J., Agol, Eric, Fressin, Francois, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...340..587B)

  202. DISK-RELATED BURSTS AND FADES IN YOUNG STARS
    Findeisen, Krzysztof, Hillenbrand, Lynne, Ofek, Eran, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...93F)

  203. THE OUTER LIMITS OF THE M31 SYSTEM: KINEMATICS OF THE DWARF GALAXY SATELLITES AND XXVIII & AND XXIX
    Tollerud, Erik J., Geha, Marla C., Vargas, Luis C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...50T)

  204. RESOLVING THE GAP AND AU-SCALE ASYMMETRIES IN THE PRE-TRANSITIONAL DISK OF V1247 ORIONIS
    Kraus, Stefan, Ireland, Michael J., Sitko, Michael L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...80K)

  205. MEASURING DETAILED CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES FROM CO-ADDED MEDIUM-RESOLUTION SPECTRA. I. TESTS USING MILKY WAY DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXIES AND GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Yang, Lei, Kirby, Evan N., Guhathakurta, Puragra, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768....4Y)

  206. THE MASS OF KOI-94D AND A RELATION FOR PLANET RADIUS, MASS, AND INCIDENT FLUX
    Weiss, Lauren M., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...14W)

  207. RUPRECHT 147: THE OLDEST NEARBY OPEN CLUSTER AS A NEW BENCHMARK FOR STELLAR ASTROPHYSICS
    Curtis, Jason L., Wolfgang, Angie, Wright, Jason T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..134C)

  208. CARBON ABUNDANCES FOR RED GIANTS IN THE DRACO DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Shetrone, Matthew D., Smith, Graeme H., Stanford, Laura M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..123S)

  209. TIME-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY OF THE POLAR EU CANCRI IN THE OPEN CLUSTER MESSIER 67
    Williams, Kurtis A., Howell, Steve B., Liebert, James, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..129W)

  210. THE FUNDAMENTAL PLANE OF DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS
    Neeleman, Marcel, Wolfe, Arthur M., Prochaska, J. Xavier, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...769...54N)

  211. THE EXPLOSION ENERGY OF EARLY STELLAR POPULATIONS: THE FE-PEAK ELEMENT RATIOS IN LOW-METALLICITY DAMPED LYΑ SYSTEMS
    Cooke, Ryan, Pettini, Max, Jorgenson, Regina A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.431.1625C)

  212. PROPERTIES OF NEAR-SUN ASTEROIDS
    Jewitt, David
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..133J)

  213. THE HOMOGENEOUS STUDY OF TRANSITING SYSTEMS (HOSTS). I. THE PILOT STUDY OF WASP-13
    Gómez Maqueo Chew, Yilen, Faedi, Francesca, Cargile, Phillip, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...768...79G)

  214. THE SINS/ZC-SINF SURVEY OF Z ~ 2GALAXY KINEMATICS: THE NATURE OF DISPERSION-DOMINATED GALAXIES
    Newman, Sarah F., Genzel, Reinhard, Förster Schreiber, Natascha M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..104N)

  215. A DUST-OBSCURED MASSIVE MAXIMUM-STARBURST GALAXY AT A REDSHIFT OF 6.34
    Riechers, Dominik A., Bradford, C. M., Clements, D. L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.496..329R)

  216. ILLUMINATING THE DARKEST GAMMA-RAY BURSTS WITH RADIO OBSERVATIONS
    Zauderer, B. A., Berger, E., Margutti, R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..161Z)

  217. SYSTEMATICS IN METALLICITY GRADIENT MEASUREMENTS. I. ANGULAR RESOLUTION, SIGNAL TO NOISE, AND ANNULAR BINNING
    Yuan, T. -T., Kewley, L. J., Rich, J.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..106Y)

  218. R CORONAE BOREALIS STARS IN M31 FROM THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Tang, Sumin, Cao, Yi, Bildsten, Lars, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767L..23T)

  219. ASTEROSEISMIC DETERMINATION OF OBLIQUITIES OF THE EXOPLANET SYSTEMS KEPLER-50 AND KEPLER-65
    Chaplin, W. J., Sanchis-Ojeda, R., Campante, T. L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766..101C)

  220. UNVEILING THE Σ-DISCREPANCY. II. REVISITING THE EVOLUTION OF ULIRGS AND THE ORIGIN OF QUASARS
    Rothberg, Barry, Fischer, Jacqueline, Rodrigues, Myriam, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...72R)

  221. THE COMPARATIVE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF AN ISOLATED DWARF GALAXY: A VLT AND KECK SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF WLM
    Leaman, Ryan, Venn, Kim A., Brooks, Alyson M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..131L)

  222. MAPPING THE CLUMPY STRUCTURES WITHIN SUBMILLIMETER GALAXIES USING LASER-GUIDE STAR ADAPTIVE OPTICS SPECTROSCOPY
    Menéndez-Delmestre, Karín, Blain, Andrew W., Swinbank, Mark, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..151M)

  223. FUNDAMENTAL PROPERTIES OF KEPLER PLANET-CANDIDATE HOST STARS USING ASTEROSEISMOLOGY
    Huber, Daniel, Chaplin, William J., Christensen-Dalsgaard, Jørgen, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..127H)

  224. THE DOMINATION OF SATURN'S LOW-LATITUDE IONOSPHERE BY RING `RAIN'
    O'Donoghue, J., Stallard, T. S., Melin, H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.496..193O)

  225. THE DISTRIBUTION OF ALPHA ELEMENTS IN ULTRA-FAINT DWARF GALAXIES
    Vargas, Luis C., Geha, Marla, Kirby, Evan N., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..134V)

  226. ABSORBING GAS AROUND THE WASP-12 PLANETARY SYSTEM
    Fossati, L., Ayres, T. R., Haswell, C. A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766L..20F)

  227. FLUCTUATIONS OF THE INTERGALACTIC IONIZATION FIELD AT REDSHIFT Z ~ 2
    Agafonova, I. I., Levshakov, S. A., Reimers, D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...552A..83A)

  228. KECK II OBSERVATIONS OF HEMISPHERICAL DIFFERENCES IN H2O2 ON EUROPA
    Hand, K. P., Brown, M. E.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766L..21H)

  229. THE DEEP2 GALAXY REDSHIFT SURVEY: CLUSTERING DEPENDENCE ON GALAXY STELLAR MASS AND STAR FORMATION RATE AT Z ~ 1
    Mostek, Nick, Coil, Alison L., Cooper, Michael, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...89M)

  230. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. V. KOI-256: A MUTUALLY ECLIPSING POST-COMMON ENVELOPE BINARY
    Muirhead, Philip S., Vanderburg, Andrew, Shporer, Avi, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767..111M)

  231. USING HIGH-RESOLUTION OPTICAL SPECTRA TO MEASURE INTRINSIC PROPERTIES OF LOW-MASS STARS: NEW PROPERTIES FOR KOI-314 AND GJ 3470
    Pineda, J. Sebastian, Bottom, Michael, Johnson, John A.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...28P)

  232. TYPE IAX SUPERNOVAE: A NEW CLASS OF STELLAR EXPLOSION
    Foley, Ryan J., Challis, P. J., Chornock, R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...57F)

  233. QSO ABSORPTION SYSTEMS DETECTED IN NE VIII: HIGH-METALLICITY CLOUDS WITH A LARGE EFFECTIVE CROSS SECTION
    Meiring, J. D., Tripp, T. M., Werk, J. K., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...49M)

  234. GROUND-BASED INFRARED DETECTIONS OF CO IN THE CENTAUR-COMET 29P/SCHWASSMANN-WACHMANN 1 AT 6.26 AU FROM THE SUN
    Paganini, Lucas, Mumma, Michael J., Boehnhardt, Hermann, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766..100P)

  235. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM - V. LATE-TIME SPECTRA OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Ganeshalingam, Mohan, Filippenko, Alexei V.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430.1030S)

  236. SALTS AND RADIATION PRODUCTS ON THE SURFACE OF EUROPA
    Brown, M. E., Hand, K. P.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145..110B)

  237. THE UNPRECEDENTED 2012 OUTBURST OF SN 2009IP: A LUMINOUS BLUE VARIABLE STAR BECOMES A TRUE SUPERNOVA
    Mauerhan, Jon C., Smith, Nathan, Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430.1801M)

  238. FIVE NEW OUTBURSTING AM CVN SYSTEMS DISCOVERED BY THE PALOMAR TRANSIENT FACTORY
    Levitan, David, Kupfer, Thomas, Groot, Paul J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430..996L)

  239. [O III] EMISSION AND GAS KINEMATICS IN A LYMAN-ALPHA BLOB AT Z ~ 3.1
    McLinden, Emily M., Malhotra, Sangeeta, Rhoads, James E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...767...48M)

  240. TWO ACCURATE TIME-DELAY DISTANCES FROM STRONG LENSING: IMPLICATIONS FOR COSMOLOGY
    Suyu, S. H., Auger, M. W., Hilbert, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...70S)

  241. ORBITAL PHASE VARIATIONS OF THE ECCENTRIC GIANT PLANET HAT-P-2B
    Lewis, Nikole K., Knutson, Heather A., Showman, Adam P., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...95L)

  242. THE DENSITY PROFILES OF MASSIVE, RELAXED GALAXY CLUSTERS. II. SEPARATING LUMINOUS AND DARK MATTER IN CLUSTER CORES
    Newman, Andrew B., Treu, Tommaso, Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...25N)

  243. NO TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS IN THE GIANT H II REGION H 1013
    Stasińska, G., Morisset, C., Simón-Díaz, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...551A..82S)

  244. A SEARCH FOR PHOTOMETRIC VARIABILITY IN L- AND T-TYPE BROWN DWARF ATMOSPHERES
    Khandrika, Harish, Burgasser, Adam J., Melis, Carl, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...71K)

  245. ON THE REDSHIFT OF THE VERY HIGH ENERGY BLAZAR 3C 66A
    Furniss, A., Fumagalli, M., Danforth, C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...35F)

  246. X-RAY GROUPS OF GALAXIES IN THE AEGIS DEEP AND WIDE FIELDS
    Erfanianfar, G., Finoguenov, A., Tanaka, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765..117E)

  247. A SEARCH FOR THE HIDDEN POPULATION OF AM CVN BINARIES IN THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY
    Carter, P. J., Marsh, T. R., Steeghs, D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429.2143C)

  248. MULTI-SITE CAMPAIGN FOR TRANSIT TIMING VARIATIONS OF WASP-12 B: POSSIBLE DETECTION OF A LONG-PERIOD SIGNAL OF PLANETARY ORIGIN
    Maciejewski, G., Dimitrov, D., Seeliger, M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...551A.108M)

  249. SIGNALS EMBEDDED IN THE RADIAL VELOCITY NOISE. PERIODIC VARIATIONS IN THE Τ CETI VELOCITIES
    Tuomi, M., Jones, H. R. A., Jenkins, J. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...551A..79T)

  250. DETECTION OF CARBON MONOXIDE AND WATER ABSORPTION LINES IN AN EXOPLANET ATMOSPHERE
    Konopacky, Quinn M., Barman, Travis S., Macintosh, Bruce A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Sci...339.1398K)

  251. CHARACTERIZING THE MID-INFRARED EXTRAGALACTIC SKY WITH WISE AND SDSS
    Yan, Lin, Donoso, E., Tsai, Chao-Wei, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...55Y)

  252. A T8.5 BROWN DWARF MEMBER OF THE Ξ URSAE MAJORIS SYSTEM
    Wright, Edward L., Skrutskie, M. F., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...84W)

  253. A SENSITIVE SEARCH FOR ORGANICS (CH4, CH3OH, H2CO, C2H6, C2H2, C2H4), HYDROPEROXYL (HO2), NITROGEN COMPOUNDS (N2O, NH3, HCN) AND CHLORINE SPECIES (HCL, CH3CL) ON MARS USING GROUND-BASED HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
    Villanueva, G. L., Mumma, M. J., Novak, R. E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..223...11V)

  254. HIGHLY VARIABLE EXTINCTION AND ACCRETION IN THE JET-DRIVING CLASS I-TYPE YOUNG STAR PTF 10NVG (V2492 CYG, IRAS 20496+4354)
    Hillenbrand, Lynne A., Miller, Adam A., Covey, Kevin R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...59H)

  255. PRECISE HIGH-CADENCE TIME SERIES OBSERVATIONS OF FIVE VARIABLE YOUNG STARS IN AURIGA WITH MOST
    Cody, Ann Marie, Tayar, Jamie, Hillenbrand, Lynne A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...79C)

  256. DYNAMICS IN THE SATELLITE SYSTEM OF TRIANGULUM: IS AND XXII A DWARF SATELLITE OF M33?
    Chapman, S. C., Widrow, L., Collins, M. L. M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.430...37C)

  257. QUASARS PROBING QUASARS. IV. JOINT CONSTRAINTS ON THE CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM FROM ABSORPTION AND EMISSION
    Hennawi, Joseph F., Prochaska, J. Xavier
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...58H)

  258. KEPLER-68: THREE PLANETS, ONE WITH A DENSITY BETWEEN THAT OF EARTH AND ICE GIANTS
    Gilliland, Ronald L., Marcy, Geoffrey W., Rowe, Jason F., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...766...40G)

  259. THE IMPACT OF RED NOISE IN RADIAL VELOCITY PLANET SEARCHES: ONLY THREE PLANETS ORBITING GJ 581?
    Baluev, Roman V.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429.2052B)

  260. A METAL-RICH LOW-GRAVITY COMPANION TO A MASSIVE MILLISECOND PULSAR
    Kaplan, D. L., Bhalerao, V. B., van Kerkwijk, M. H., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765..158K)

  261. THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF METALLICITY GRADIENTS: PROBING THE MODE OF MASS ASSEMBLY AT Z ~= 2
    Jones, Tucker, Ellis, Richard S., Richard, Johan, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...48J)

  262. INTERNAL STELLAR KINEMATICS OF M32 FROM THE SPLASH SURVEY: DARK HALO CONSTRAINTS
    Howley, K. M., Guhathakurta, P., van der Marel, R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...65H)

  263. A REFINED ESTIMATE OF THE IONIZING EMISSIVITY FROM GALAXIES AT Z ~= 3: SPECTROSCOPIC FOLLOW-UP IN THE SSA22A FIELD
    Nestor, Daniel B., Shapley, Alice E., Kornei, Katherine A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...47N)

  264. CHANDRA, KECK, AND VLA OBSERVATIONS OF THE CRAB NEBULA DURING THE 2011-APRIL GAMMA-RAY FLARE
    Weisskopf, Martin C., Tennant, Allyn F., Arons, Jonathan, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...56W)

  265. THE DENSITY PROFILES OF MASSIVE, RELAXED GALAXY CLUSTERS. I. THE TOTAL DENSITY OVER THREE DECADES IN RADIUS
    Newman, Andrew B., Treu, Tommaso, Ellis, Richard S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...24N)

  266. GAS MOTION STUDY OF LYΑ EMITTERS AT Z ~ 2 USING FUV AND OPTICAL SPECTRAL LINES
    Hashimoto, Takuya, Ouchi, Masami, Shimasaku, Kazuhiro, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...765...70H)

  267. A STUDY OF THE DIVERSE T DWARF POPULATION REVEALED BY WISE
    Mace, Gregory N., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, Cushing, Michael C., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..205....6M)

  268. PROBING NUCLEAR ACTIVITY VERSUS STAR FORMATION AT Z ∼ 0.8 USING NEAR-INFRARED MULTI-OBJECT SPECTROSCOPY
    Ramos Almeida, C., Rodríguez Espinosa, J. M., Acosta-Pulido, J. A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429.3449R)

  269. HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPIC MEASUREMENTS OF COMET 2P/ENCKE: UNUSUAL ORGANIC COMPOSITION AND LOW ROTATIONAL TEMPERATURES
    Radeva, Yana L., Mumma, Michael J., Villanueva, Geronimo L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..223..298R)

  270. PLANETARY CANDIDATES OBSERVED BY KEPLER. III. ANALYSIS OF THE FIRST 16 MONTHS OF DATA
    Batalha, Natalie M., Rowe, Jason F., Bryson, Stephen T., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..204...24B)

  271. THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY AND MERGER HISTORY OF THE MASSIVE GALAXY CLUSTER MACS J0358.8-2955
    Hsu, Li-Yen, Ebeling, Harald, Richard, Johan
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429..833H)

  272. PARENT VOLATILES IN COMET 103P/HARTLEY 2 OBSERVED BY KECK II WITH NIRSPEC DURING THE 2010 APPARITION
    Kawakita, Hideyo, Kobayashi, Hitomi, Dello Russo, Neil, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..222..723K)

  273. HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGING OF CROWDED FIELDS: HIGH ANGULAR RESOLUTION IMAGING WITH EXCELLENT QUALITY AT VERY LOW COST
    Schödel, R., Yelda, S., Ghez, A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429.1367S)

  274. A SUB-MERCURY-SIZED EXOPLANET
    Barclay, Thomas, Rowe, Jason F., Lissauer, Jack J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.494..452B)

  275. THE SWELLS SURVEY - V. A SALPETER STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION IN THE BULGES OF MASSIVE SPIRAL GALAXIES
    Dutton, Aaron A., Treu, Tommaso, Brewer, Brendon J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.428.3183D)

  276. SPECTROSCOPY OF THE LARGEST EVER Γ-RAY-SELECTED BL LAC SAMPLE
    Shaw, Michael S., Romani, Roger W., Cotter, Garret, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..135S)

  277. WIDESPREAD AND HIDDEN ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES AT REDSHIFT >0.3
    Juneau, Stéphanie, Dickinson, Mark, Bournaud, Frédéric, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..176J)

  278. EVIDENCE FOR TWO MODES OF WATER RELEASE IN COMET 103P/HARTLEY 2: DISTRIBUTIONS OF COLUMN DENSITY, ROTATIONAL TEMPERATURE, AND ORTHO-PARA RATIO
    Bonev, Boncho P., Villanueva, Geronimo L., Paganini, Lucas, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..222..740B)

  279. MASSIVE AND NEWLY DEAD: DISCOVERY OF A SIGNIFICANT POPULATION OF GALAXIES WITH HIGH-VELOCITY DISPERSIONS AND STRONG BALMER LINES AT Z ~ 1.5 FROM DEEP KECK SPECTRA AND HST/WFC3 IMAGING
    Bezanson, Rachel, van Dokkum, Pieter, van de Sande, Jesse, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764L...8B)

  280. A HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED SPECTRAL SURVEY OF 103P/HARTLEY 2 ON THE NIGHT OF THE EPOXI CLOSEST APPROACH
    Dello Russo, Neil, Vervack, Ronald J., Weaver, Harold A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..222..707D)

  281. STELLAR POPULATIONS IN THE CENTRAL 0.5 PC OF THE GALAXY. I. A NEW METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTING LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS AND SURFACE-DENSITY PROFILES
    Do, T., Lu, J. R., Ghez, A. M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..154D)

  282. SGAS 143845.1+145407: A BIG, COOL STARBURST AT REDSHIFT 0.816
    Gladders, Michael D., Rigby, Jane R., Sharon, Keren, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..177G)

  283. PRECISE DOPPLER MONITORING OF BARNARD'S STAR
    Choi, Jieun, McCarthy, Chris, Marcy, Geoffrey W., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..131C)

  284. EXTENDED PHOTOMETRY FOR THE DEEP2 GALAXY REDSHIFT SURVEY: A TESTBED FOR PHOTOMETRIC REDSHIFT EXPERIMENTS
    Matthews, Daniel J., Newman, Jeffrey A., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..204...21M)

  285. TESTING MODELS OF INTRINSIC BRIGHTNESS VARIATIONS IN TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE AND THEIR IMPACT ON MEASURING COSMOLOGICAL PARAMETERS
    Kessler, Richard, Guy, Julien, Marriner, John, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764...48K)

  286. THE COS-HALOS SURVEY: AN EMPIRICAL DESCRIPTION OF METAL-LINE ABSORPTION IN THE LOW-REDSHIFT CIRCUMGALACTIC MEDIUM
    Werk, Jessica K., Prochaska, J. Xavier, Thom, Christopher, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJS..204...17W)

  287. KECK SPECTROSCOPY OF 3 < Z < 7 FAINT LYMAN BREAK GALAXIES: THE IMPORTANCE OF NEBULAR EMISSION IN UNDERSTANDING THE SPECIFIC STAR FORMATION RATE AND STELLAR MASS DENSITY
    Stark, Daniel P., Schenker, Matthew A., Ellis, Richard, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763..129S)

  288. LATE-TIME RADIO EMISSION FROM X-RAY-SELECTED TIDAL DISRUPTION EVENTS
    Bower, Geoffrey C., Metzger, Brian D., Cenko, S. Bradley, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763...84B)

  289. THE X-RAY-OPTICAL RELATIONS FOR NINE CLUSTERS AT Z = 0.7-1.1 FROM THE ORELSE SURVEY
    Rumbaugh, N., Kocevski, D. D., Gal, R. R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763..124R)

  290. STRONTIUM AND BARIUM IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Conroy, Charlie, van Dokkum, Pieter G., Graves, Genevieve J.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763L..25C)

  291. CHARACTERIZING THE COOL KOIS. IV. KEPLER-32 AS A PROTOTYPE FOR THE FORMATION OF COMPACT PLANETARY SYSTEMS THROUGHOUT THE GALAXY
    Swift, Jonathan J., Johnson, John Asher, Morton, Timothy D., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..105S)

  292. STELLAR POPULATIONS IN THE CENTRAL 0.5 PC OF THE GALAXY. II. THE INITIAL MASS FUNCTION
    Lu, J. R., Do, T., Ghez, A. M., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..155L)

  293. LARGE PARTICLES IN ACTIVE ASTEROID P/2010 A2
    Jewitt, David, Ishiguro, Masateru, Agarwal, Jessica
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764L...5J)

  294. THE COLDEST BROWN DWARF (OR FREE-FLOATING PLANET)?: THE Y DWARF WISE 1828+2650
    Beichman, C., Gelino, Christopher R., Kirkpatrick, J. Davy, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...764..101B)

  295. AN INTERFEROMETRIC STUDY OF THE FOMALHAUT INNER DEBRIS DISK. II. KECK NULLER MID-INFRARED OBSERVATIONS
    Mennesson, B., Absil, O., Lebreton, J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763..119M)

  296. EXTENDED AND FILAMENTARY LYΑ EMISSION FROM THE FORMATION OF A PROTOGALACTIC HALO AT Z = 2.63
    Rauch, Michael, Becker, George D., Haehnelt, Martin G., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.429..429R)

  297. THE METALLICITY EVOLUTION OF STAR-FORMING GALAXIES FROM REDSHIFT 0 TO 3: COMBINING MAGNITUDE-LIMITED SURVEY WITH GRAVITATIONAL LENSING
    Yuan, T. -T., Kewley, L. J., Richard, J.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763....9Y)

  298. UNCOVERING DRIVERS OF DISK ASSEMBLY: BULGELESS GALAXIES AND THE STELLAR MASS TULLY-FISHER RELATION
    Miller, Sarah H., Sullivan, Mark, Ellis, Richard S.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762L..11M)

  299. VERY-LOW-MASS STELLAR AND SUBSTELLAR COMPANIONS TO SOLAR-LIKE STARS FROM MARVELS. III. A SHORT-PERIOD BROWN DWARF CANDIDATE AROUND AN ACTIVE G0IV SUBGIANT
    Ma, Bo, Ge, Jian, Barnes, Rory, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013AJ....145...20M)

  300. THE OPTICAL COLORS OF GIANT ELLIPTICAL GALAXIES AND THEIR METAL-RICH GLOBULAR CLUSTERS INDICATE A BOTTOM-HEAVY INITIAL MASS FUNCTION
    Goudfrooij, Paul, Kruijssen, J. M. Diederik
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762..107G)

  301. FULL SPECTRAL FITTING OF MILKY WAY AND M 31 GLOBULAR CLUSTERS: AGES AND METALLICITIES
    Cezario, E., Coelho, P. R. T., Alves-Brito, A., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...549A..60C)

  302. THE PROPERTIES OF POST-STARBURST QUASARS BASED ON OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
    Cales, Sabrina L., Brotherton, Michael S., Shang, Zhaohui, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...90C)

  303. A SUBSTANTIAL MASS OF COOL, METAL-ENRICHED GAS SURROUNDING THE PROGENITORS OF MODERN-DAY ELLIPTICALS
    Prochaska, J. Xavier, Hennawi, Joseph F., Simcoe, Robert A.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762L..19P)

  304. THE RADIAL DISTRIBUTION OF STAR FORMATION IN GALAXIES AT Z ~ 1 FROM THE 3D-HST SURVEY
    Nelson, Erica June, van Dokkum, Pieter G., Momcheva, Ivelina, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763L..16N)

  305. RETIRED A STARS: THE EFFECT OF STELLAR EVOLUTION ON THE MASS ESTIMATES OF SUBGIANTS
    Johnson, John Asher, Morton, Timothy D., Wright, Jason T.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763...53J)

  306. A VAST, THIN PLANE OF COROTATING DWARF GALAXIES ORBITING THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY
    Ibata, Rodrigo A., Lewis, Geraint F., Conn, Anthony R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Natur.493...62I)

  307. HOT SUBDWARF STARS IN CLOSE-UP VIEW. III. METAL ABUNDANCES OF SUBDWARF B STARS
    Geier, S.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...549A.110G)

  308. THE MASS, ORBIT, AND TIDAL EVOLUTION OF THE QUAOAR-WEYWOT SYSTEM
    Fraser, Wesley C., Batygin, Konstantin, Brown, Michael E., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013Icar..222..357F)

  309. CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF THE GALACTIC BULGE AS TRACED BY MICROLENSED DWARF AND SUBGIANT STARS. V. EVIDENCE FOR A WIDE AGE DISTRIBUTION AND A COMPLEX MDF
    Bensby, T., Yee, J. C., Feltzing, S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013A&A...549A.147B)

  310. TESTING DIAGNOSTICS OF NUCLEAR ACTIVITY AND STAR FORMATION IN GALAXIES AT Z > 1
    Trump, Jonathan R., Konidaris, Nicholas P., Barro, Guillermo, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763L...6T)

  311. HIGHLY DEPLETED ETHANE AND MILDLY DEPLETED METHANOL IN COMET 21P/GIACOBINI-ZINNER: APPLICATION OF A NEW EMPIRICAL Ν2-BAND MODEL FOR CH3OH NEAR 50 K
    DiSanti, M. A., Bonev, B. P., Villanueva, G. L., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763....1D)

  312. MODEL-INDEPENDENT STELLAR AND PLANETARY MASSES FROM MULTI-TRANSITING EXOPLANETARY SYSTEMS
    Montet, Benjamin T., Johnson, John Asher
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762..112M)

  313. THE MOST METAL-POOR STARS. I. DISCOVERY, DATA, AND ATMOSPHERIC PARAMETERS
    Norris, John E., Bessell, M. S., Yong, David, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...25N)

  314. HIGH-RESOLUTION INFRARED IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF THE Z CANIS MAJORIS SYSTEM DURING QUIESCENCE AND OUTBURST
    Hinkley, Sasha, Hillenbrand, Lynne, Oppenheimer, Ben R., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...763L...9H)

  315. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE STAR FORMATION HISTORIES OF BLUE GALAXIES AT REDSHIFTS 0.2 < Z < 1.4
    Pacifici, Camilla, Kassin, Susan A., Weiner, Benjamin, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762L..15P)

  316. HERMES: CANDIDATE GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED GALAXIES AND LENSING STATISTICS AT SUBMILLIMETER WAVELENGTHS
    Wardlow, Julie L., Cooray, Asantha, De Bernardis, Francesco, et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...59W)

  317. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: KINEMATICS FOR OVER 2500 GLOBULAR CLUSTERS IN 12 EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Pota, Vincenzo, Forbes, Duncan A., Romanowsky, Aaron J., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013MNRAS.428..389P)

  318. THE MOST METAL-POOR STARS. II. CHEMICAL ABUNDANCES OF 190 METAL-POOR STARS INCLUDING 10 NEW STARS WITH [FE/H] <= -3.5
    Yong, David, Norris, John E., Bessell, M. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...26Y)

  319. THE MOST METAL-POOR STARS. III. THE METALLICITY DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION AND CARBON-ENHANCED METAL-POOR FRACTION
    Yong, David, Norris, John E., Bessell, M. S., et al.
    2013, refereed (2013ApJ...762...27Y)

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2012

  1. BLACK HOLE MASS AND EDDINGTON RATIO DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS OF X-RAY-SELECTED BROAD-LINE AGNS AT Z ~ 1.4 IN THE SUBARU XMM-NEWTON DEEP FIELD
    Nobuta, K., Akiyama, M., Ueda, Y., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..143N)

  2. KELT-1B: A STRONGLY IRRADIATED, HIGHLY INFLATED, SHORT PERIOD, 27 JUPITER-MASS COMPANION TRANSITING A MID-F STAR
    Siverd, Robert J., Beatty, Thomas G., Pepper, Joshua, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..123S)

  3. A VARIABLE ULTRALUMINOUS X-RAY SOURCE IN A GLOBULAR CLUSTER IN NGC 4649
    Roberts, T. P., Fabbiano, G., Luo, B., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..135R)

  4. DEMOGRAPHICS AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GAS OUTFLOWS/INFLOWS AT 0.4 < Z < 1.4
    Martin, Crystal L., Shapley, Alice E., Coil, Alison L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..127M)

  5. THE Λ10830 HE I ABSORPTION LINE AMONG METAL-POOR SUBDWARFS
    Smith, Graeme H., Dupree, Andrea K., Strader, Jay
    2012, refereed (2012PASP..124.1252S)

  6. LYΑ EMISSION FROM HIGH-REDSHIFT SOURCES IN COSMOS
    Mallery, Ryan P., Mobasher, Bahram, Capak, Peter, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..128M)

  7. A SEARCH FOR GIANT PLANET COMPANIONS TO T TAURI STARS
    Crockett, Christopher J., Mahmud, Naved I., Prato, L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..164C)

  8. THE PHOTOECCENTRIC EFFECT AND PROTO-HOT JUPITERS. II. KOI-1474.01, A CANDIDATE ECCENTRIC PLANET PERTURBED BY AN UNSEEN COMPANION
    Dawson, Rebekah I., Johnson, John Asher, Morton, Timothy D., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..163D)

  9. RE-EVALUATING WASP-12B: STRONG EMISSION AT 2.315 ΜM, DEEPER OCCULTATIONS, AND AN ISOTHERMAL ATMOSPHERE
    Crossfield, Ian J. M., Barman, Travis, Hansen, Brad M. S., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..140C)

  10. A LYΑ EMITTER WITH AN EXTREMELY LARGE REST-FRAME EQUIVALENT WIDTH OF ~900 Å AT Z = 6.5: A CANDIDATE POPULATION III-DOMINATED GALAXY?
    Kashikawa, Nobunari, Nagao, Tohru, Toshikawa, Jun, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...85K)

  11. DISCOVERY OF MULTIPHASE COLD ACCRETION IN A MASSIVE GALAXY AT Z = 0.7
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Churchill, Christopher W., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427.3029K)

  12. DETAILED ABUNDANCES OF TWO VERY METAL-POOR STARS IN DWARF GALAXIES
    Kirby, Evan N., Cohen, Judith G.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144..168K)

  13. THE TRENDS HIGH-CONTRAST IMAGING SURVEY. I. THREE BENCHMARK M DWARFS ORBITING SOLAR-TYPE STARS
    Crepp, Justin R., Johnson, John Asher, Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...39C)

  14. PSR J1311-3430: A HEAVYWEIGHT NEUTRON STAR WITH A FLYWEIGHT HELIUM COMPANION
    Romani, Roger W., Filippenko, Alexei V., Silverman, Jeffrey M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760L..36R)

  15. THE DEPENDENCE OF QUENCHING UPON THE INNER STRUCTURE OF GALAXIES AT 0.5 <= Z < 0.8 IN THE DEEP2/AEGIS SURVEY
    Cheung, Edmond, Faber, S. M., Koo, David C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..131C)

  16. NEW M, L, AND T DWARF COMPANIONS TO NEARBY STARS FROM THE WIDE-FIELD INFRARED SURVEY EXPLORER
    Luhman, Kevin L., Loutrel, Nicholas P., McCurdy, Nicholas S., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760..152L)

  17. THE DISCOVERY OF HD 37605C AND A DISPOSITIVE NULL DETECTION OF TRANSITS OF HD 37605B
    Wang, Xuesong, Sharon, Wright, Jason T., Cochran, William, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...46W)

  18. NEW HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS OF HEAVY ELEMENTS IN FOUR METAL-POOR STARS
    Roederer, Ian U., Lawler, James E., Sobeck, Jennifer S., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..203...27R)

  19. THE CHEMICAL ABUNDANCE IN M31 FROM H II REGIONS
    Zurita, A., Bresolin, F.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427.1463Z)

  20. PROPER MOTIONS AND ORIGINS OF SGR 1806-20 AND SGR 1900+14
    Tendulkar, Shriharsh P., Cameron, P. Brian, Kulkarni, Shrinivas R.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761...76T)

  21. A POPULATION OF Z > 2 FAR-INFRARED HERSCHEL-SPIRE-SELECTED STARBURSTS
    Casey, C. M., Berta, S., Béthermin, M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..139C)

  22. A REDSHIFT SURVEY OF HERSCHEL FAR-INFRARED SELECTED STARBURSTS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR OBSCURED STAR FORMATION
    Casey, C. M., Berta, S., Béthermin, M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...761..140C)

  23. THE CHANGING ROTATIONAL EXCITATION OF C3 IN COMET 9P/TEMPEL 1 DURING DEEP IMPACT
    Ádámkovics, Máté, de Pater, Imke, Spinrad, Hy
    2012, refereed (2012Ap&SS.342..309A)

  24. SPECTROSCOPY OF VERY LOW-MASS STARS AND BROWN DWARFS IN THE LAMBDA ORIONIS STAR-FORMING REGION. II. ROTATION, ACTIVITY AND OTHER PROPERTIES OF SPECTROSCOPICALLY CONFIRMED MEMBERS OF COLLINDER 69
    Bayo, A., Barrado, D., Huélamo, N., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...547A..80B)

  25. STUDYING THE DIVERSITY OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE IN THE ULTRAVIOLET: COMPARING MODELS WITH OBSERVATIONS
    Walker, E. S., Hachinger, S., Mazzali, P. A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.427..103W)

  26. SUPERLUMINOUS SUPERNOVAE AT REDSHIFTS OF 2.05 AND 3.90
    Cooke, Jeff, Sullivan, Mark, Gal-Yam, Avishay, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Natur.491..228C)

  27. NON-DETECTION OF PREVIOUSLY REPORTED TRANSITS OF HD 97658B WITH MOST PHOTOMETRY
    Dragomir, Diana, Matthews, Jaymie M., Howard, Andrew W., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759L..41D)

  28. TRACING OUTFLOWS AND ACCRETION: A BIMODAL AZIMUTHAL DEPENDENCE OF MG II ABSORPTION
    Kacprzak, Glenn G., Churchill, Christopher W., Nielsen, Nikole M.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760L...7K)

  29. KECK NIRSPEC RADIAL VELOCITY OBSERVATIONS OF LATE-M DWARFS
    Tanner, Angelle, White, Russel, Bailey, John, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..203...10T)

  30. AUTOMATING DISCOVERY AND CLASSIFICATION OF TRANSIENTS AND VARIABLE STARS IN THE SYNOPTIC SURVEY ERA
    Bloom, J. S., Richards, J. W., Nugent, P. E., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012PASP..124.1175B)

  31. GLOBAL PROPERTIES OF M31'S STELLAR HALO FROM THE SPLASH SURVEY. I. SURFACE BRIGHTNESS PROFILE
    Gilbert, Karoline M., Guhathakurta, Puragra, Beaton, Rachael L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...76G)

  32. QUENCHED COLD ACCRETION OF A LARGE-SCALE METAL-POOR FILAMENT DUE TO VIRIAL SHOCKING IN THE HALO OF A MASSIVE Z = 0.7 GALAXY
    Churchill, Christopher W., Kacprzak, Glenn G., Steidel, Charles C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...68C)

  33. STELLAR POPULATIONS OF ULTRAVIOLET-SELECTED ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI HOST GALAXIES AT Z ~ 2-3
    Hainline, Kevin N., Shapley, Alice E., Greene, Jenny E., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...74H)

  34. THE BIZARRE CHEMICAL INVENTORY OF NGC 2419, AN EXTREME OUTER HALO GLOBULAR CLUSTER
    Cohen, Judith G., Kirby, Evan N.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...86C)

  35. THE STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY. I. DATA AND EMPIRICAL TRENDS
    van Dokkum, Pieter G., Conroy, Charlie
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...70V)

  36. THE STELLAR INITIAL MASS FUNCTION IN EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM ABSORPTION LINE SPECTROSCOPY. II. RESULTS
    Conroy, Charlie, van Dokkum, Pieter G.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...71C)

  37. THE MASSIVE DISTANT CLUSTERS OF WISE SURVEY: THE FIRST DISTANT GALAXY CLUSTER DISCOVERED BY WISE
    Gettings, Daniel P., Gonzalez, Anthony H., Stanford, S. Adam, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759L..23G)

  38. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: NGC 3115, A CRITICAL TEST CASE FOR METALLICITY BIMODALITY IN GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEMS
    Brodie, Jean P., Usher, Christopher, Conroy, Charlie, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759L..33B)

  39. PROBING THE M_BH-Σ* RELATION IN THE NON-LOCAL UNIVERSE USING RED QSOS
    Canalizo, Gabriela, Wold, Margrethe, Hiner, Kyle D., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...760...38C)

  40. THE A2667 GIANT ARC AT Z = 1.03: EVIDENCE FOR LARGE-SCALE SHOCKS AT HIGH REDSHIFT
    Yuan, T. -T., Kewley, L. J., Swinbank, A. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759...66Y)

  41. VERITAS OBSERVATIONS OF SIX BRIGHT, HARD-SPECTRUM FERMI-LAT BLAZARS
    Aliu, E., Archambault, S., Arlen, T., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759..102A)

  42. GALACTIC OUTFLOWS IN ABSORPTION AND EMISSION: NEAR-ULTRAVIOLET SPECTROSCOPY OF GALAXIES AT 1 < Z < 2
    Erb, Dawn K., Quider, Anna M., Henry, Alaina L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759...26E)

  43. A HST/WFC3-IR MORPHOLOGICAL SURVEY OF GALAXIES AT Z = 1.5-3.6. II. THE RELATION BETWEEN MORPHOLOGY AND GAS-PHASE KINEMATICS
    Law, David R., Steidel, Charles C., Shapley, Alice E., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759...29L)

  44. HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE STUDIES OF LOW-REDSHIFT TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE: EVOLUTION WITH REDSHIFT AND ULTRAVIOLET SPECTRAL TRENDS
    Maguire, K., Sullivan, M., Ellis, R. S., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.2359M)

  45. AN X-RAY/OPTICAL STUDY OF THE GEOMETRY AND DYNAMICS OF MACS J0140.0-0555, A MASSIVE POST-COLLISION CLUSTER MERGER
    Ho, I. -Ting, Ebeling, Harald, Richard, Johan
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1992H)

  46. SN 2011HW: HELIUM-RICH CIRCUMSTELLAR GAS AND THE LUMINOUS BLUE VARIABLE TO WOLF-RAYET TRANSITION IN SUPERNOVA PROGENITORS
    Smith, Nathan, Mauerhan, Jon C., Silverman, Jeffrey M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1905S)

  47. A WEAK LENSING MASS RECONSTRUCTION OF THE LARGE-SCALE FILAMENT FEEDING THE MASSIVE GALAXY CLUSTER MACS J0717.5+3745
    Jauzac, Mathilde, Jullo, Eric, Kneib, Jean-Paul, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.3369J)

  48. GAS EXCITATION IN ULIRGS: MAPS OF DIAGNOSTIC EMISSION-LINE RATIOS IN SPACE AND VELOCITY
    Soto, Kurt T., Martin, Crystal L.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..203....3S)

  49. HAT-P-39B-HAT-P-41B: THREE HIGHLY INFLATED TRANSITING HOT JUPITERS
    Hartman, J. D., Bakos, G. Á., Béky, B., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144..139H)

  50. QUENCHING STAR FORMATION AT INTERMEDIATE REDSHIFTS: DOWNSIZING OF THE MASS FLUX DENSITY IN THE GREEN VALLEY
    Gonçalves, Thiago S., Martin, D. Christopher, Menéndez-Delmestre, Karín, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759...67G)

  51. REVISITING Ρ1 CANCRI E: A NEW MASS DETERMINATION OF THE TRANSITING SUPER-EARTH
    Endl, Michael, Robertson, Paul, Cochran, William D., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...759...19E)

  52. THE KECK APERTURE MASKING EXPERIMENT: DUST-ENSHROUDED RED GIANTS
    Blasius, T. D., Monnier, J. D., Tuthill, P. G., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.2652B)

  53. NEWS FROM THE GALACTIC SUBURBIA: THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE REMOTE GLOBULAR CLUSTER NGC 2419
    Mucciarelli, A., Bellazzini, M., Ibata, R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.2889M)

  54. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEM KINEMATICS AND SUBSTRUCTURE IN NGC 4365
    Blom, Christina, Forbes, Duncan A., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1959B)

  55. GALAXY COUNTERPARTS OF INTERVENING HIGH-Z SUB-DLAS/DLAS AND MG II ABSORBERS TOWARDS GAMMA-RAY BURSTS
    Schulze, S., Fynbo, J. P. U., Milvang-Jensen, B., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...546A..20S)

  56. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GALACTIC WINDS USING BACKGROUND QUASARS
    Bouché, N., Hohensee, W., Vargas, R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426..801B)

  57. CLOSE GALAXY PAIRS AT Z = 3: A CHALLENGE TO UV LUMINOSITY ABUNDANCE MATCHING
    Berrier, Joel C., Cooke, Jeff
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1647B)

  58. THE EPOCH OF DISK SETTLING: Z ~ 1 TO NOW
    Kassin, Susan A., Weiner, Benjamin J., Faber, S. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758..106K)

  59. HAT-P-38B: A SATURN-MASS PLANET TRANSITING A LATE G STAR
    Sato, Bun'ei, Hartman, Joel D., Bakos, Gáspár Á., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012PASJ...64...97S)

  60. NOT DEAD YET: COOL CIRCUMGALACTIC GAS IN THE HALOS OF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES
    Thom, Christopher, Tumlinson, Jason, Werk, Jessica K., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758L..41T)

  61. THE LUMINOUS INFRARED HOST GALAXY OF SHORT-DURATION GRB 100206A
    Perley, D. A., Modjaz, M., Morgan, A. N., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758..122P)

  62. IDENTIFYING THE YOUNG LOW-MASS STARS WITHIN 25 PC. II. DISTANCES, KINEMATICS, AND GROUP MEMBERSHIP
    Shkolnik, Evgenya L., Anglada-Escudé, Guillem, Liu, Michael C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758...56S)

  63. AN EMPIRICAL RELATION BETWEEN SODIUM ABSORPTION AND DUST EXTINCTION
    Poznanski, Dovi, Prochaska, J. Xavier, Bloom, Joshua S.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1465P)

  64. THE SHORTEST-KNOWN-PERIOD STAR ORBITING OUR GALAXY’S SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE
    Meyer, L., Ghez, A. M., Schödel, R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Sci...338...84M)

  65. TWO EXTRAORDINARY SUBSTELLAR BINARIES AT THE T/Y TRANSITION AND THE Y-BAND FLUXES OF THE COOLEST BROWN DWARFS
    Liu, Michael C., Dupuy, Trent J., Bowler, Brendan P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758...57L)

  66. THE PROPERTIES AND PREVALENCE OF GALACTIC OUTFLOWS AT Z ~ 1 IN THE EXTENDED GROTH STRIP
    Kornei, Katherine A., Shapley, Alice E., Martin, Crystal L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758..135K)

  67. STELLAR KINEMATICS OF THE ANDROMEDA II DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY
    Ho, Nhung, Geha, M., Munoz, R. R., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758..124H)

  68. INTERMEDIATE RESOLUTION NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF 36 LATE M DWARFS
    Deshpande, R., Martín, E. L., Montgomery, M. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144...99D)

  69. ELEMENTAL ABUNDANCE RATIOS IN STARS OF THE OUTER GALACTIC DISK. IV. A NEW SAMPLE OF OPEN CLUSTERS
    Yong, David, Carney, Bruce W., Friel, Eileen D.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144...95Y)

  70. THE TEMPERATURE-DENSITY RELATION IN THE INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM AT REDSHIFT LANGZRANG = 2.4
    Rudie, Gwen C., Steidel, Charles C., Pettini, Max
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757L..30R)

  71. HIGH-RESOLUTION SPECTROSCOPY DURING ECLIPSE OF THE YOUNG SUBSTELLAR ECLIPSING BINARY 2MASS 0535-0546. II. SECONDARY SPECTRUM: NO EVIDENCE THAT SPOTS CAUSE THE TEMPERATURE REVERSAL
    Mohanty, Subhanjoy, Stassun, Keivan G.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...758...12M)

  72. MULTIPLE STAR FORMATION TO THE BOTTOM OF THE INITIAL MASS FUNCTION
    Kraus, Adam L., Hillenbrand, Lynne A.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757..141K)

  73. THREE NEW ECLIPSING WHITE-DWARF-M-DWARF BINARIES DISCOVERED IN A SEARCH FOR TRANSITING PLANETS AROUND M-DWARFS
    Law, Nicholas M., Kraus, Adam L., Street, Rachel, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757..133L)

  74. OXYGEN ABUNDANCES IN LOW- AND HIGH-Α FIELD HALO STARS AND THE DISCOVERY OF TWO FIELD STARS BORN IN GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Ramírez, I., Meléndez, J., Chanamé, J.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757..164R)

  75. DISCOVERY OF A VERY LOW MASS TRIPLE WITH LATE-M AND T DWARF COMPONENTS: LP 704-48/SDSS J0006-0852AB
    Burgasser, Adam J., Luk, Christopher, Dhital, Saurav, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757..110B)

  76. GLOBULAR CLUSTER SYSTEMS OF SPIRAL AND S0 GALAXIES: RESULTS FROM WIYN IMAGING OF NGC 1023, NGC 1055, NGC 7332, AND NGC 7339
    Young, Michael D., Dowell, Jessica L., Rhode, Katherine L.
    2012, refereed (2012AJ....144..103Y)

  77. THE SLUGGS SURVEY: CALCIUM TRIPLET-BASED SPECTROSCOPIC METALLICITIES FOR OVER 900 GLOBULAR CLUSTERS
    Usher, Christopher, Forbes, Duncan A., Brodie, Jean P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.426.1475U)

  78. A FRESH CATCH OF MASSIVE BINARIES IN THE CYGNUS OB2 ASSOCIATION
    Kobulnicky, Henry A., Smullen, Rachel A., Kiminki, Daniel C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756...50K)

  79. SILVER AND PALLADIUM HELP UNVEIL THE NATURE OF A SECOND R-PROCESS
    Hansen, C. J., Primas, F., Hartman, H., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...545A..31H)

  80. THE CHANDRA X-RAY POINT-SOURCE CATALOG IN THE DEEP2 GALAXY REDSHIFT SURVEY FIELDS
    Goulding, A. D., Forman, W. R., Hickox, R. C., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJS..202....6G)

  81. A CENSUS OF OXYGEN IN STAR-FORMING GALAXIES: AN EMPIRICAL MODEL LINKING METALLICITIES, STAR FORMATION RATES, AND OUTFLOWS
    Zahid, H. J., Dima, G. I., Kewley, L. J., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...54Z)

  82. NEAR-INFRARED OBSERVATIONS OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE: THE BEST KNOWN STANDARD CANDLE FOR COSMOLOGY
    Barone-Nugent, R. L., Lidman, C., Wyithe, J. S. B., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425.1007B)

  83. KEPLER-47: A TRANSITING CIRCUMBINARY MULTIPLANET SYSTEM
    Orosz, Jerome A., Welsh, William F., Carter, Joshua A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012Sci...337.1511O)

  84. SUPERNOVA 2008J: EARLY TIME OBSERVATIONS OF A HEAVILY REDDENED SN 2002IC-LIKE TRANSIENT
    Taddia, F., Stritzinger, M. D., Phillips, M. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...545L...7T)

  85. LOCATING THE TRAILING EDGE OF THE CIRCUMBINARY RING IN THE KH 15D SYSTEM
    Capelo, Holly L., Herbst, William, Leggett, S. K., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757L..18C)

  86. IDCS J1433.2+3306: AN INFRARED-SELECTED GALAXY CLUSTER AT Z = 1.89
    Zeimann, Gregory R., Stanford, S. A., Brodwin, Mark, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..115Z)

  87. NEAR-INFRARED SURVEY OF THE GOODS-NORTH FIELD: SEARCH FOR LUMINOUS GALAXY CANDIDATES AT Z >~ 6.5
    Hathi, Nimish P., Mobasher, Bahram, Capak, Peter, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...43H)

  88. PLANETS AROUND LOW-MASS STARS (PALMS). II. A LOW-MASS COMPANION TO THE YOUNG M DWARF GJ 3629 SEPARATED BY 0.2"
    Bowler, Brendan P., Liu, Michael C., Shkolnik, Evgenya L., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756...69B)

  89. DISTANCES TO GALAXIES FROM THE BRIGHTEST STARS IN THE UNIVERSE
    Kudritzki, Rolf-Peter, Urbaneja, Miguel A.
    2012, refereed (2012Ap&SS.341..131K)

  90. THE STELLAR POPULATION AND STAR FORMATION RATES OF Z ≈ 1.5-1.6 [O II]-EMITTING GALAXIES SELECTED FROM NARROWBAND EMISSION-LINE SURVEYS
    Ly, Chun, Malkan, Matthew A., Kashikawa, Nobunari, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...63L)

  91. A DETAILED GRAVITATIONAL LENS MODEL BASED ON SUBMILLIMETER ARRAY AND KECK ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF A HERSCHEL-ATLAS SUBMILLIMETER GALAXY AT Z = 4.243
    Bussmann, R. S., Gurwell, M. A., Fu, Hai, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..134B)

  92. THE RED SUPERGIANT PROGENITOR OF SUPERNOVA 2012AW (PTF12BVH) IN MESSIER 95
    Van Dyk, Schuyler D., Cenko, S. Bradley, Poznanski, Dovi, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..131V)

  93. DYNAMICAL MEASUREMENTS OF BLACK HOLE MASSES IN FOUR BRIGHTEST CLUSTER GALAXIES AT 100 MPC
    McConnell, Nicholas J., Ma, Chung-Pei, Murphy, Jeremy D., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...756..179M)

  94. KECK/NIRC2 IMAGING OF THE WARPED, ASYMMETRIC DEBRIS DISK AROUND HD 32297
    Currie, Thayne, Rodigas, Timothy J., Debes, John, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...28C)

  95. FIRST-2MASS RED QUASARS: TRANSITIONAL OBJECTS EMERGING FROM THE DUST
    Glikman, Eilat, Urrutia, Tanya, Lacy, Mark, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...51G)

  96. OBLIQUITIES OF HOT JUPITER HOST STARS: EVIDENCE FOR TIDAL INTERACTIONS AND PRIMORDIAL MISALIGNMENTS
    Albrecht, Simon, Winn, Joshua N., Johnson, John A., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...18A)

  97. A SEARCH FOR NEW CANDIDATE SUPER-CHANDRASEKHAR-MASS TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE IN THE NEARBY SUPERNOVA FACTORY DATA SET
    Scalzo, R., Aldering, G., Antilogus, P., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...12S)

  98. THE EMISSION-LINE SPECTRA OF MAJOR MERGERS: EVIDENCE FOR SHOCKED OUTFLOWS
    Soto, Kurt T., Martin, C. L., Prescott, M. K. M., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...86S)

  99. CONSTRAINTS ON THE COMPACT OBJECT MASS IN THE ECLIPSING HIGH-MASS X-RAY BINARY XMMU J013236.7+303228 IN M 33
    Bhalerao, Varun B., van Kerkwijk, Marten H., Harrison, Fiona A.
    2012, refereed (2012ApJ...757...10B)

  100. TRANSITING EXOPLANETS FROM THE COROT SPACE MISSION. XXIII. COROT-21B: A DOOMED LARGE JUPITER AROUND A FAINT SUBGIANT STAR
    Pätzold, M., Endl, M., Csizmadia, Sz., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012A&A...545A...6P)

  101. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM - IV. CARBON DETECTION IN EARLY-TIME OPTICAL SPECTRA OF TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Filippenko, Alexei V.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425.1917S)

  102. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM - III. SPECTRA NEAR MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS IMPROVE THE ACCURACY OF DERIVED DISTANCES TO TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Ganeshalingam, Mohan, Li, Weidong, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425.1889S)

  103. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM - II. INITIAL ANALYSIS OF SPECTRA OBTAINED NEAR MAXIMUM BRIGHTNESS
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Kong, Jason J., Filippenko, Alexei V.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425.1819S)

  104. A UNIQUE ISOLATED DWARF SPHEROIDAL GALAXY AT D = 1.9 MPC
    Makarov, Dmitry, Makarova, Lidia, Sharina, Margarita, et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425..709M)

  105. BERKELEY SUPERNOVA IA PROGRAM - I. OBSERVATIONS, DATA REDUCTION AND SPECTROSCOPIC SAMPLE OF 582 LOW-REDSHIFT TYPE IA SUPERNOVAE
    Silverman, Jeffrey M., Foley, Ryan J., Filippenko, Alexei V., et al.
    2012, refereed (2012MNRAS.425.1789S)

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