NASA Keck Users' Bibliography


This bibliography contains publications based, at least in part, on data acquired during NASA time on the Keck telescopes. It is restricted primarily to full publications in refereed journals, except for a few abstracts and conference proceedings describing very recent work. Some of the references below are linked to the articles in question; however, please note that some links may require journal subscriptions.

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Bordoloi, R., et al., Resolving the H I in damped Lyman α systems that power star formation, Nature, 606

Chowdhury, M. N., et al., Saturn's Weather-Driven Aurorae Modulate Oscillations in the Magnetic Field and Radio Emissions, GRL, 49, 3

Christiansen, J. L., et al., Scaling K2. V. Statistical Validation of 60 New Exoplanets From K2 Campaigns 2-18, AJ, accepted

Fisher, D. B., et al., Extreme Variation in Star Formation Efficiency across a Compact, Starburst Disk Galaxy, AJ, 928

Franson, K., et al., Dynamical Mass of the Young Substellar Companion HD 984 B, AJ, 163

Habart, E., et al., High angular resolution near-IR view of the Orion Bar revealed by Keck/NIRC2, submitted

Helton, J. M., et al., The Nebular Properties of Star-forming Galaxies at Intermediate Redshift from the Large Early Galaxy Astrophysics Census, AJ, 934

Johnson, M. C., et al., An Aligned Orbit for the Young Planet V1298 Tau b, AJ, accepted

Kuzuhara, M., et al., Direct-imaging Discovery and Dynamical Mass of a Substellar Companion Orbiting an Accelerating Hyades Sun-like Star with SCExAO/CHARIS ApJL, 934

Nielsen, N. M., et al., A Complex Multiphase DLA Associated with a Compact Group at z=2.431 Traces Accretion, Outflows, and Tidal Stream MNRAS, accepted

Reichardt Chu, B., et al., The DUVET Survey: Resolved maps of star formation-driven outflows in a compact, starbursting disc galaxy, MNRAS, 511

Schmidt, C., et al., Doppler-Shifted Alkali D Absorption as Indirect Evidence for Exomoons, FrASS

Zhang, Z., et al., Architecture of the Ancient Five-Planet Host System Kepler-444 AJ, submitted


Akana Murphy, J. M., et al., Another Superdense Sub-Neptune in K2-182 b and Refined Mass Measurements for K2-199 b and c, AJ, 162

Benisty, M., et al., A Circumplanetary Disk around PDS70c, ApJ, 916

Blackman, J.W., et al., OGLE-2017-BLG-1434Lb: Confirmation of a Cold Super-Earth Using Keck Adaptive Optics, PSJ, 2

Bonev, B.P., et al., First Comet Observations with NIRSPEC-2 at Keck: Outgassing Sources of Parent Volatiles and Abundances Based on Alternative Taxonomic Compositional Baselines in 46P/Wirtanen, PSJ, 2

Boogard, L. A., et al., Measuring the average molecular gas content of star-forming galaxies at z=3−4, ApJ, 916

Bowler, B. P., et al., The McDonald Accelerating Stars Survey (MASS): Discovery of a Long-period Substellar Companion Orbiting the Old Solar Analog HD 47127, APJL, 913

Burt, J., et al., A Collage of Small Planets from the Lick–Carnegie Exoplanet Survey: Exploring the Super-Earth and Sub-Neptune Mass Regime, AJ, 161

Cale, B. L., et al., Diving Beneath the Sea of Stellar Activity: Chromatic Radial Velocities of the Young AU Mic Planetary System, AJ, 162

Cameron, A. J., et al., The DUVET Survey: Direct Te-based Metallicity Mapping of Metal-enriched Outflows and Metal-poor Inflows in Markarian 1486, ApJL, 918

Citro, A., et al., SDSS J1059+4251, a highly magnified z ~ 2.8 star-forming galaxy: ESI observations of the rest-frame UV spectrum, ApJ, accepted

Dai, F., et al., TKS X: Confirmation of TOI-1444b and a Comparative Analysis of the Ultra-short-period Planets with Hot Neptunes, AJ, accepted

Ferre-Mateau, A., et al., Low-mass compact elliptical galaxies: spatially resolved stellar populations and kinematics with the Keck Cosmic Web Imager, MNRAS, 503

Forbes, D. A., et al., Stellar velocity dispersion and dynamical mass of the ultra diffuse galaxy NGC 5846_UDG1 from the Keck cosmic web imager, MNRAS, 500

Fukui, A., et al., TOI-1749: an M dwarf with a Trio of Planets including a Near-resonant Pair, AJ, 162

Fulton, B. J., et al., California Legacy Survey II. Occurrence of Giant Planets Beyond the Ice line, ApJS, 255

Gentile Fusillo, N. P., et al., White dwarfs with planetary remnants in the era of Gaia - I. Six emission line systems, MNRAS, 504

Hinkley, S., et al., Discovery of an Edge-on Circumstellar Debris Disk Around BD+45°598: a Newly Identifed Member of the Β Pictoris Moving Group, AJ, 161

Kilic, M., et al., Hidden in plain sight: a double-lined white dwarf binary 26 pc away and a distant cousin, MNRAS, 502

Louden, E. M., et al., Hot Stars with Kepler Planets Have High Obliquities, AJ, 161

Matthews, E. C., et al., Three New Late-type Stellar Companions to Very Dusty WISE Debris Disks Identified with SPHERE Imaging, AJ, 161

O'Donoghue, J., et al., Global upper-atmospheric heating on Jupiter by the polar aurorae, Nature 596

O'Meara, J. A., et al., Spatially resolved maps of cool neutral gas at the peak of cosmic star-formation, Nature submitted

Pearce, L. A., et al., Boyajian's Star B: The Co-moving Companion to KIC 8462852 A, AJ, 909

Polanski, A. S., et al., Wolf 503 b: Characterization of a Sub-Neptune Orbiting a Metal-poor K Dwarf AJ, 162

Prichard, L., et al., Lyman Continuum Galaxy Candidates in COSMOS ApJ, accepted

Rosenthal, L., et al., The California Legacy Survey I. A Catalog of 177 Planets from Precision Radial Velocity Monitoring of 719 Nearby Stars over Three Decades, ApJ, accepted

Rubenzahl, R. A., et al., The TESS–Keck Survey. IV. A Retrograde, Polar Orbit for the Ultra-low-density, Hot Super-Neptune WASP-107b, AJ, 161

Schlieder, J. E., et al., Follow-up and Validation of K2 and TESS Planetary Systems with Keck NIRC2 Adaptive Optics Imaging, FrASS, 8

Shin, K., et al., The Metal Abundances across Cosmic Time (MACT) Survey. III - The relationship between stellar mass and star formation rate in extremely low-mass galaxies, MNRAS, 501

Stanford, S. A., et al., Euclid Preparation: XIV. The Complete Calibration of the Color-Redshift Relation (C3R2) Survey: Data Release 3, AJS, accepted

Steele. A., et al., A Characterization of the Circumstellar Gas of WD 1124-293 Using Cloudy, ApJ, 911

Steiger, S., et al., SCExAO/MEC and CHARIS Discovery of a Low Mass, 6 AU-Separation Companion to HIP 109427 using Stochastic Speckle Discrimination and High-Contrast Spectroscopy, AJ, 162

Tang, M., et al., Rest-frame UV spectroscopy of extreme [O III] emitters at 1.3 < z < 3.7: toward a high-redshift UV reference sample for JWST, MNRAS, 501

Terry, S. K., et al., MOA-2009-BLG-319Lb: A Sub-Saturn Planet inside the Predicted Mass Desert, AJ, 161

Topping, M. W., et al., The MOSDEF survey: the mass-metallicity relationship and the existence of the FMR at z~1.5, MNRAS, 506

Topping, M. W., et al., The Detection of Ionized Carbon Emission at z~8, ApJL, 917

Wang, F., et al., A Luminous Quasar at Redshift 7.642, ApJ, 907

Weiss, L. M., et al., The TESS-Keck Survey. II. An Ultra-short-period Rocky Planet and Its Siblings Transiting the Galactic Thick-disk Star TOI-561, AJ, 161


Aikaterini, V., et al., Revisiting MOA 2013 BLG-220L: A Solar-type star with a Cold super-Jupiter Companion AJ, 160

Beck, T. L., et al., On the Nature of the T Tauri Triple System ApJ, 902

Bennett, D. P., et al., Keck Observations Confirm a Super-Jupiter Planet Orbiting M Dwarf OGLE-2005-BLG-071L AJ, 159

Bowler, B. P., et al., Population-level Eccentricity Distributions of Imaged Exoplanets and Brown Dwarf Companions: Dynamical Evidence for Distinct Formation Channels, AJ, 159

Cann, J. M. et al., Multiwavelength Observations of SDSS J105621.45+313822.1, a Broad-line, Low-metallicity AGN, ApJ, 895

Carleo, I. et al., The Multiplanet System TOI-421, AJ, 160

Currie, T. et al., SCExAO/CHARIS Direct Imaging Discovery of a 20 au Separation, Low-mass Ratio Brown Dwarf Companion to an Accelerating Sun-like Star, ApJL, 904

Dai, F. et al., TKS III: A Stellar Obliquity Measurement of TOI-1726 c, AJ, 160

Dennihy, E. et al., Five New Post-main-sequence Debris Disks with Gaseous Emission, ApJ, 905

Dreizler, S., et al., The CARMENES search for exoplanets around M dwarfs - LP 714-47b (TOI 442.01): Populating the Neptune desert, A&A, 644

Drew, P. M., et al., Three Dusty Star-forming Galaxies at z ∼ 1.5: Mergers and Disks on the Main Sequence, ApJ, 892

Duvvuri, G., et al., Necroplanetology: Simulating the Tidal Disruption of Differentiated Planetary Material Orbiting WD 1145+017, ApJ, 893

Faisst, A. L., et al., The ALPINE-ALMA [C II] Survey: Multiwavelength Ancillary Data and Basic Physical Measurements, AJSS, 247

Holwerda, B. W., et al., The Sizes of z ∼ 9-10 Galaxies Identified in the Brightest of Reionizing Galaxies (BoRG) Survey, AJ, 160

Kasper, D., et al., Non-detection of Helium in the Upper Atmospheres of Three Sub-Neptune Exoplanets, AJ, 160

Kilic, M., et al., Two new double-lined spectroscopic binary white dwarfs, MNRAS, 493

Kirk, J., et al., Confirmation of WASP-107b's extended Helium atmosphere with Keck II/NIRSPEC, AJ, 159, 115

Knabel, S., et al., Galaxy and Mass Assembly: A Comparison between Galaxy-Galaxy Lens Searches in KiDS/GAMA, AJ, 160

Masuda. K., et al., On the Inference of a Star's Inclination Angle from its Rotation Velocity and Projected Rotation Velocity, AJ, 159

Melbourne. K., et al., Estimating the Ultraviolet Emission of M Dwarfs with Exoplanets from Ca II and Hα, AJ, 160

Muirhead, P. S., et al., Magnetic Inflation and Stellar Mass. V. Intensification and saturation of M dwarf absorption lines with Rossby number, ApJ, 904

Nielsen, N. M., et al., The CGM at Cosmic Noon with KCWI: Outflows from a Star-forming Galaxy at z = 2.071, AJ, 904

Paganini, L., et al., A measurement of water vapour amid a largely quiescent environment on Europa, Nature Astronomy, 4

Pearce, L. A., Orbital Parameter Determination for Wide Stellar Binary Systems in the Age of Gaia, ApJ, 894

Petigura, E. A., Two Views of the Radius Gap and the Role of Light Curve Fitting, AJ, 160, 2

Phillips, C. L., et al., 2MASS J04435686+3723033 B: A Young Companion at the Substellar Boundary with Potential Membership in the Β Pictoris Moving Group, ApJ, 896

Rizzuto, A. C., et al., Dynamical Masses of Young Stars II: Young Taurus Binaries Hubble~4, FF~Tau, and HP~Tau/G3, ApJ, 889

Schaefer, G. H., et al., Orbital Motion, Variability, and Masses in the T Tauri Triple System, AJ, 160

Tilvi, V. et al., Onset of Cosmic Reionization: Evidence of an Ionized Bubble Merely 680 Myr after the Big Bang, ApJL, 891

Tran, K-V., et al., MOSEL: Strong [OIII] 5007 Å Emitting Galaxies at (3 < z < 4) from the ZFOURGE Survey, AJ, 898

Uyama, T., et al., Atmospheric Characterization and Further Orbital Modeling of κ Andromeda b, AJ, 159

Vandorou, A., et al., Revisiting MOA 2013-BLG-220L: A Solar-type Star with a Cold Super-Jupiter Companion, AJ, 160

Wang, F., et al., A Significantly Neutral Intergalactic Medium Around the Luminous z = 7 Quasar J0252-0503, ApJ, 896

Weiss, L. M., et al., The Discovery of the Long-Period, Eccentric Planet Kepler-88 d and System Characterization with Radial Velocities and Photodynamical Analysis, AJ, 159

Yang, J., et al., Measurements of the z ~ 6 Intergalactic Medium Optical Depth and Transmission Spikes Using a New z > 6.3 Quasar Sample, ApJ, 904


Alcorn, L. Y., et al., A Tale of Two Clusters: An Analysis of Gas-phase Metallicity and Nebular Gas Conditions in Proto-cluster Galaxies at z ∼ 2, ApJ, 883

Cai, Z., et al., Evolution of the Cool Gas in the Circumgalactic Medium of Massive Halos: A Keck Cosmic Web Imager Survey of Lya Emission around QSOs at z ≈ 2, AJSS, 245

Cooke, K. C., et al., Stellar Mass Growth of Brightest Cluster Galaxy Progenitors in COSMOS Since z ∼ 3, ApJ, 881

Currie, T., et al., No Clear, Direct Evidence for Multiple Protoplanets Orbiting LkCa 15: LkCa 15 bcd are Likely Inner Disk Signals, ApJL, 877

Danieli, S., et al., Still Missing Dark Matter: KCWI High-resolution Stellar Kinematics of NGC1052-DF2, ApJ, 874

de Kleer, K., et al., Io’s Volcanic Activity from Time Domain Adaptive Optics Observations: 2013-2018, AJ, 158

Feinstein, A. D., et al., K2-288Bb: A Small Temperate Planet in a Low-mass Binary System Discovered by Citizen Scientists, AJ, 157

de Pater, I., et al., First ALMA Millimeter-wavelength Maps of Jupiter, with a Multiwavelength Study of Convection, AJ, 158

Diaz, M. R., et al., Deriving Iodine-free Spectra for High-resolution Echelle Spectrographs, AJ, 157

Gonzalez, A. H., et al., The Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey. I: Survey Overview and a Catalog of >2000 Galaxy Clusters at z~1, AJSS, 240

Grundy, W. M., et al., The mutual orbit, mass, and density of transneptunian binary G!kun||'homdima (229762 2007 UK126), Icarus, 334

Grundy, W. M., et al., Mutual orbit orientations of transneptunian binaries, Icarus, 334

Huber, D., et al., A Hot Saturn Orbiting an Oscillating Late Subgiant Discovered by TESS, AJ, 157

Hutchison, T. A., et al., Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Galaxies During Reionization: Measuring CIII] in a Galaxy at z=7.5, ApJ, 879

Kosiarek, M. R., et al., K2-291b: A Rocky Super-Earth in a 2.2 day Orbit, AJ, 157

Kowalski, A. F., et al., The Near-ultraviolet Continuum Radiation in the Impulsive Phase of HF/GF-type dMe Flares. I. Data, ApJ, 871

Lehner, N., et al., The COS CGM Compendium. III: Metallicity and Physical Properties of the Cool Circumgalactic Medium at z<1, ApJ, 887

Mann, A. W., et al., How to Constrain Your M Dwarf. II. The Mass-Luminosity-Metallicity Relation from 0.075 to 0.70 Solar Masses, ApJ, 871

Masters, D. C., et al., The Complete Calibration of the Color-Redshift Relation (C3R2) Survey: Analysis and Data Release 2, ApJ, 877

Molter, E., et al., Analysis of Neptune's 2017 Bright Equatorial Storm, Icarus, 321

Nesvorny, D., et al., Trans-Neptunian binaries as evidence for planetesimal formation by the streaming instability, Nature Astronomy 3

O'Donoghue, J., et al., Observations of the chemical and thermal response of ‘ring rain’ on Saturn’s ionosphere, Icarus, 322

Paganini, L. A., et al., Observations of Jupiter Family Comet 252P/LINEAR During a Close Approach to Earth Reveal Large Abundances of Methanol and Ethane, AJ, 158

Pearce, L. A., et al., Orbital Motion of the Wide Planetary-Mass Companion GSC 6214-210 b: No Evidence for Dynamical Scattering, AJ, 157

Reidel, A. R., et al., Radial Velocities, Space Motions, and Nearby Young Moving Group Memberships of Eleven Candidate Young Brown Dwarfs, AJ, 157

Rosenthal, M. M., et al., Measuring the Orbital Parameters of Radial Velocity Systems in Mean-motion Resonance: A Case Study of HD 200964, AJ, 158

Ruffio, J.-P., et al., Radial Velocity Measurements of HR 8799 b and c with Medium Resolution Spectroscopy, AJ, 158

Senchyna, P., et al., Extremely metal-poor galaxies with HST/COS: laboratories for models of low-metallicity massive stars and high-redshift galaxies, MNRAS, 488

Shi, K., et al., A Census of Galaxy Constituents in a Coma Progenitor Observed at z > 3, ApJ, 871

Sinclair, J. A., et al., A brightening of Jupiter's auroral 7.8-μm CH4 emission during a solar-wind compression, Nature Astronomy, 3

Sullivan, K., et al., S and VV Corona Australis: Spectroscopic Variability in Two Young Binary Star Systems, ApJ, 884

Swan, A., et al., Interpretation and diversity of exoplanetary material orbiting white dwarfs, MNRAS, 490

Tang, M., et al., MMT/MMIRS spectroscopy of z=1.3−2.4 extreme [OIII] emitters: Implications for galaxies in the reionization-era, MNRAS, 489

van Dokkum, P., et al., Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics of the Ultra-diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44. I. Observations, Kinematics, and Cold Dark Matter Halo Fits ApJ, 880

Wang, F., et al., 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, ApJ, 884

Wang, S., et al., HD 202772A b: A Transiting Hot Jupiter around a Bright, Mildly Evolved Star in a Visual Binary Discovered by TESS, AJ, 157

Wasserman, A., et al., Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics of the Ultra-diffuse Galaxy Dragonfly 44. II. Constraints on Fuzzy Dark Matter, ApJ, 885

Wevers, T., et al., Black hole masses of tidal disruption event host galaxies II, MNRAS, 487

Wilson, D. J., et al., Multiwavelength observations of the EUV variable metal-rich white dwarf GD 394, MNRAS, 483

Wilson, M., et al., Imaging the disc rim and a moving close-in companion candidate in the pre-transitional disc of V1247 Orionis, A&A, 621

Wotta, C. B., et al., The COS CGM Compendium. II. Metallicities of the Partial and Lyman Limit Systems at z ≤ 1, ApJ, 872

Yasuda, N., et al., The Hyper Suprime-Cam SSP transient survey in COSMOS: Overview, PASJ, 71


Alcorn, L. Y., et al., ZFIRE: 3D Modeling of Rotation, Dispersion, and Angular Momentum of Star-forming Galaxies at z ∼ 2, ApJ, 858

Beaulieu, J.-P., et al., 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, AJ, 155

Bennett, D. P., et al., The First Planetary Microlensing Event with Two Microlensed Source Stars, AJ, 155

Berg, D. A., et al., A Window on the Earliest Star Formation: Extreme Photoionization Conditions of a High-ionization, Low-metallicity Lensed Galaxy at z ∼ 2*, ApJ, 859

Bhattacharya, A., et al., WFIRST Exoplanet Mass-measurement Method Finds a Planetary Mass of 39 ± 8 M ⊕ for OGLE-2012-BLG-0950Lb, AJ, 156

Bowler, B. P., et al., Orbit and Dynamical Mass of the Late-T Dwarf GL 758 B, AJ, 155

Cooke, R. J., et al., One Percent Determination of the Primordial Deuterium Abundance, ApJ, 855

Crepp, J. R., et al., The TRENDS High-contrast Imaging Survey. VII. Discovery of a Nearby Sirius-like White Dwarf System (HD 169889), ApJ, 864

Crossfield, I. J. M., et al., A TESS Dress Rehearsal: Planetary Candidates and Variables from K2 Campaign 17, ApJS, 239

David, T. J., et al., Discovery of a Transiting Adolescent Sub-Neptune Exoplanet with K2, AJ, accepted for publication

David, T. J., et al., Three Small Planets Transiting the Bright Young Field Star K2-233, AJ, 155

Dressing, C. D., et al., Characterizing K2 Candidate Planetary Systems Orbiting Low-mass Stars. III. A High Mass and Low Envelope Fraction for the Warm Neptune K2-55b, AJ, 156

Drew, P. M., et al., Evidence of a Flat Outer Rotation Curve in a Star-bursting Disk Galaxy at z = 1.6, ApJ, 869

Farihi, J., et al., Dust production and depletion in evolved planetary systems, MNRAS, 481

Gennaro, M., et al., Evidence of a Non-universal Stellar Initial Mass Function. Insights from HST Optical Imaging of Six Ultra-faint Dwarf Milky Way Satellites, ApJ, 855

Greene, T. P., et al., Detection of Photospheric Features in the Near-infrared Spectrum of a Class 0 Protostar, ApJ, 862

Grundy, W. M., et al., The upcoming mutual event season for the Patroclus-Menoetius Trojan binary, Icarus, 317

Hayward, C. C., et al., Observational constraints on the physical nature of submillimetre source multiplicity: chance projections are common, MNRAS, 476

Kluska, J., et al., A Multi-instrument and Multi-wavelength High Angular Resolution Study of MWC 614: Quantum Heated Particles Inside the Disk Cavity, ApJ, 855

Krogager, J. -K., et al., Dissecting cold gas in a high-redshift galaxy using a lensed background quasar, A&A, 619

Lee, K.-S., et al., Discovery of a Very Large (≈20 kpc) Galaxy at z = 3.72, AJ, 862

Lehner, N., et al., The COS CGM Compendium. I. Survey Design and Initial Results ApJ, 866

Liang, Y., et al., Planetary Candidates from K2 Campaign 16, AJ, 156

Lui, D., et al., Super-deblended Dust Emission in Galaxies: I. The GOODS-North Catalog and the Cosmic Star Formation Rate Density out to Redshift 6, AJ, 853

Lusso, E., et al., The Spectral and Environment Properties of z ˜ 2.0-2.5 Quasar Pairs, ApJ, 860

Mainali, R., et al., Spectroscopic constraints on UV metal line emission at z ≃ 6-9: the nature of Lyα emitting galaxies in the reionization era, MNRAS, 479

Prato, L., et al., Orbital Solution for the Spectroscopic Binary in the GW Ori Hierarchical Triple, ApJ, 852

Reiss A. G., et al., Type Ia Supernova Distances at Redshift >1.5 from the Hubble Space Telescope Multicycle Treasury Programs: The Early Expansion Rate, AJ, 156

Rodriguez, J. E., et al., A Compact Multi-planet System with a Significantly Misaligned Ultra Short Period Planet, AJ, 156

Rui, X., et al., Flat Rotation Curves found in Merging Dusty Starbursts at z=2.3 through Tilted-Ring Modeling, ApJL, accepted

Schaefer, G. H., et al., Orbital Motion of Young Binaries in Ophiuchus and Upper Centaurus-Lupus, AJ, 155

Shi, K., et al., A census of galaxy constituents in a Coma Progenitor observed at z>3, ApJ, 871

Shipley, H. V., HFF-DeepSpace Photometric Catalogs of the 12 Hubble Frontier Fields, Clusters, and Parallels: Photometry, Photometric Redshifts, and Stellar Masses, ApJS, 235

Simon, J., Gaia Proper Motions and Orbits of the Ultra-faint Milky Way Satellites, ApJ, 863

Sromovsky, L. A., et al., The methane distribution and polar brightening on Uranus based on HST/STIS, Keck/NIRC2, and IRTF/SpeX observations through 2015, Icarus, 317

Tsai, C.-H., et al., Super-Eddington Accretion in the WISE-selected Extremely Luminous Infrared Galaxy W2246-0526, ApJ, 868

Tuomi, M., et al., AD Leonis: Radial Velocity Signal of Stellar Rotation or Spin-Orbit Resonance?, AJ, 155

Veyette, M. J., et al., Chemo-kinematic Ages of Eccentric-planet-hosting M Dwarf Stars, ApJ, 863

Vos, J. M., et al., Variability of the lowest mass objects in the AB Doradus moving group, MNRAS, 474

Wu, J., et al., Eddington-limited Accretion in z ∼ 2 WISE-selected Hot, Dust-obscured Galaxies, ApJ, 852

Yu, L., et al., Two Warm, Low-density Sub-Jovian Planets Orbiting Bright Stars in K2 Campaigns 13 and 14, AJ, 156


Allen, T. S., et al., Properties of the Closest Young Binaries. I. DF Tau’s Unequal Circumstellar Disk Evolution, ApJ, 845

Bayliss, M. B., et al., Spatially Resolved Patchy Lyα Emission within the Central Kiloparsec of a Strongly Lensed Quasar Host Galaxy at z = 2.8, ApJ, 845

Bedell, M., et al., Kepler-11 is a Solar Twin: Revising the Masses and Radii of Benchmark Planets via Precise Stellar Characterization, ApJ, 839

Brewer, J M., et al., C/O and O/H Ratios Suggest Some Hot Jupiters Originate Beyond the Snow Line, AJ, 153

Butler, R. P., et al., The LCES HIRES/Keck Precision Radial Velocity Exoplanet Survey, AJ, 153

Casey, C. M., et al., Near-infrared MOSFIRE Spectra of Dusty Star-forming Galaxies at 0.2 < z < 4, ApJ, 840

Cauley, P. W., et al., Evidence for Abnormal Hα Variability During Near-transit Observations of HD 189733 b, AJ, 153

Cauley, P. W., et al., A Decade of Hα Transits for HD 189733 b: Stellar Activity versus Absorption in the Extended Atmosphere, AJ, 153

Christiansen, J. L., et al., Three’s Company: An Additional Non-transiting Super-Earth in the Bright HD 3167 System, and Masses for All Three Planets, AJ, 154

Cooke, R. J., et al., Discovery of the most metal-poor damped Lyman-α system, MNRAS, 467

Crossfield, I. J. M, et al., Two Small Transiting Planets and a Possible Third Body Orbiting HD 106315, AJ, 153

Dupuy, T. J., et al., Individual Dynamical Masses of Ultracool Dwarfs, ApJS, 231

Fulton, B. J., et al., The California-Kepler Survey. III. A Gap in the Radius Distribution of Small Planets, AJ, 154

Furlan, E., et al., The Kepler Follow-up Observation Program. I. A Catalog of Companions to Kepler Stars from High-Resolution Imaging, AJ, 153

Gaidos, E., et al., Zodiacal exoplanets in time (ZEIT) - II. A `super-Earth' orbiting a young K dwarf in the Pleiades Neighbourhood, MNRAS, 464

Holler, B. J., et al., Measuring temperature and ammonia hydrate ice on Charon in 2015 from Keck/OSIRIS spectra, Icarus, 284

Hung, T., et al., Revisiting optical tidal disruption events with iPTF16axa, ApJ, 842

Johnson, J. A., et al., The California-Kepler Survey. II. Precise Physical Properties of 2025 Kepler Planets and Their Host Stars, AJ, 154

Koshimoto, N., et al., OGLE-2012-BLG-0950Lb: The First Planet Mass Measurement from Only Microlens Parallax and Lens Flux, AJ, 153

Koshimoto, N., et al., MOA-2016-BLG-227Lb: A Massive Planet Characterized by Combining Lightcurve Analysis and Keck AO Imaging, AJ, 154

Kraus, S., et al., Dust-trapping Vortices and a Potentially Planet-triggered Spiral Wake in the Pre-transitional Disk of V1247 Orionis, ApJ, 848

Liu, D., et al., Super-deblended Dust Emission in Galaxies. I. The GOODS-North Catalog and the Cosmic Star Formation Rate Density out to Redshift 6, ApJ, 853

Moore, L., et al., Variability of Jupiter's IR H3+ aurorae during Juno approach, GRL, 44

Murphy, E. J., et al., The GOODS-N Jansky VLA 10 GHz Pilot Survey: Sizes of Star-forming μJY Radio Sources, ApJ, 839

Petigura, E. A., et al., The California-Kepler Survey. I. High-resolution Spectroscopy of 1305 Stars Hosting Kepler Transiting Planets, AJ, 154

Petigura, E. A., et al., Four Sub-Saturns with Dissimilar Densities: Windows into Planetary Cores and Envelopes, accepted for publication in AJ

Pope, A., et al., Early Science with the Large Millimeter Telescope: Detection of Dust Emission in Multiple Images of a Normal Galaxy at z > 4 Lensed by a Frontier Fields Cluster, AJ, 838

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