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  1. Ye, Q., Kelley, M., Bauer, J., et al., 2023, PSJ, 4, 47, Comet P/2021 HS (PANSTARRS) and the Challenge of Detecting Low-activity Comets
  2. Hsieh, H., Micheli, M., Kelley, M., et al., 2023, PSJ, 4, 43, Observational Characterization of Main-belt Comet and Candidate Main-belt Comet Nuclei
  3. Nieuwmunster, N., Nandakumar, G., Spitoni, E., et al., 2023, A&A, 671, A94, Detailed abundance trends in the inner Galactic bulge
  4. Subjak, J., Lodieu, N., Kabath, P., et al., 2023, A&A, 671, A10, Search for planets around stars with wide brown dwarfs
  5. Zhao, L., Kunovac, V., Brewer, J., et al., 2023, NatAs, 7, 198, Measured spin-orbit alignment of ultra-short-period super-Earth 55 Cancri e
  6. Moulane, Y., Jehin, E., Manfroid, J., et al., 2023, A&A, 670, A159, Activity and composition of the hyperactive comet 46P/Wirtanen during its close approach in 2018
  7. Seligman, D., Farnocchia, D., Micheli, M., et al., 2023, PSJ, 4, 35, Dark Comets? Unexpectedly Large Nongravitational Accelerations on a Sample of Small Asteroids
  8. Farnocchia, D., Seligman, D., Granvik, M., et al., 2023, PSJ, 4, 29, (523599) 2003 RM: The Asteroid that Wanted to be a Comet
  9. Lopez-Valdivia, R., Mace, G., Han, E., et al., 2023, ApJ, 943, 49, The IGRINS YSO Survey. III. Stellar Parameters of Pre-main-sequence Stars in Ophiuchus and Upper Scorpius
  10. Hammerstein, E., van Velzen, S., Gezari, S., et al., 2023, ApJ, 942, 9, The Final Season Reimagined: 30 Tidal Disruption Events from the ZTF-I Survey
  11. del Ser, D., Fors, O., del Alcazar, M., et al., 2023, MNRAS, 518, 669, TFAW survey II: six newly validated planets and 13 planet candidates from K2
  12. 11 publications and 38 citations in 2023.


  13. Nandakumar, G., Ryde, N., Montelius, M., et al., 2022, A&A, 668, A88, The Galactic chemical evolution of phosphorus observed with IGRINS
  14. Troja, E., Fryer, C., O'Connor, B., et al., 2022, Natur, 612, 228, A nearby long gamma-ray burst from a merger of compact objects
  15. Tamburo, P., Muirhead, P., McCarthy, A., et al., 2022, AJ, 164, 252, The Perkins INfrared Exosatellite Survey (PINES). II. Transit Candidates and Implications for Planet Occurrence around L and T Dwarfs
  16. Gupta, R., Pandey, S., Kumar, A., et al., 2022, JApA, 43, 82, Photometric studies on the host galaxies of gamma-ray bursts using 3.6m Devasthal optical telescope
  17. Lipunov, V., Kornilov, V., Zhirkov, K., et al., 2022, MNRAS, 516, 4980, Orphan optical flare as SOSS emission afterglow, localization in time
  18. Dimple, Misra, K., Kann, D., et al., 2022, MNRAS, 516, 1, Multiwavelength analysis of short GRB 201221D and its comparison with other high & low redshift short GRBs
  19. O'Connor, B., Troja, E., Dichiara, S., et al., 2022, MNRAS, 515, 4890, A deep survey of short GRB host galaxies over z 0-2: implications for offsets, redshifts, and environments
  20. Bourdelle de Micas, J., Fornasier, S., Avdellidou, C., et al., 2022, A&A, 665, A83, Composition of inner main-belt planetesimals
  21. Montelius, M., Forsberg, R., Ryde, N., et al., 2022, A&A, 665, A135, Chemical evolution of ytterbium in the Galactic disk
  22. Avdellidou, C., Delbo, M., Morbidelli, A., et al., 2022, A&A, 665, L9, Athor asteroid family as the source of the EL enstatite meteorites
  23. Chandler, C., Oldroyd, W., Trujillo, C., 2022, ApJL, 937, L2, Migratory Outbursting Quasi-Hilda Object 282P/(323137) 2003 BM80
  24. Yao, Y., Lu, W., Guolo, M., et al., 2022, ApJ, 937, 8, The Tidal Disruption Event AT2021ehb: Evidence of Relativistic Disk Reflection, and Rapid Evolution of the Disk-Corona System
  25. Jorstad, S., Marscher, A., Raiteri, C., et al., 2022, Natur, 609, 265, Rapid quasi-periodic oscillations in the relativistic jet of BL Lacertae
  26. Ricotti, M., Polisensky, E., Cleland, E., 2022, MNRAS, 515, 302, Ghostly stellar haloes and their relationship to ultrafaint dwarfs
  27. Kokubo, M., 2022, MNRAS, 515, 110, Multiple giant eruptions and X-ray emission in the recoiling AGN/LBV candidate SDSS1133
  28. Sullivan, K., Kraus, A., Mann, A., 2022, ApJ, 935, 141, Revising Properties of Planet-Host Binary Systems. I. Methods and Pilot Study
  29. Robinson, C., Espaillat, C., Rodriguez, J., 2022, ApJ, 935, 54, Understanding Accretion Variability through TESS Observations of Taurus
  30. Heintz, T., Hermes, J., El-Badry, K., et al., 2022, ApJ, 934, 148, Testing White Dwarf Age Estimates Using Wide Double White Dwarf Binaries from Gaia EDR3
  31. Lopez-Oquendo, A., Trilling, D., Gustafsson, A., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 189, Physical Characterization of 2015 JD1: A Possibly Inhomogeneous Near-Earth Asteroid
  32. Holt, C., Knight, M., Kelley, M., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 187, Surface Properties of Near-Sun Asteroids
  33. Humes, O., Thomas, C., Emery, J., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 190, Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Lucy Mission Targets with the Hubble Space Telescope
  34. Clark, C., van Belle, G., Horch, E., et al., 2022, AJ, 164, 33, The POKEMON Speckle Survey of Nearby M Dwarfs. I. New Discoveries
  35. Thirouin, A., Sheppard, S., 2022, PSJ, 3, 178, Lightcurves and Rotations of Trans-Neptunian Objects in the 2:1 Mean Motion Resonance with Neptune
  36. Pravec, P., Thomas, C., Rivkin, A., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 175, Photometric Observations of the Binary Near-Earth Asteroid (65803) Didymos in 2015-2021 Prior to DART Impact
  37. Lister, T., Kelley, M., Holt, C., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 173, The LCO Outbursting Objects Key Project: Overview and Year 1 Status
  38. Yuan, H., Lu, H., Li, Y., et al., 2022, RAA, 22, 075011, Probing the Progenitor of High-z Short-duration GRB 201221D and its Possible Bulk Acceleration in Prompt Emission
  39. Hui, M., Tholen, D., Kracht, R., et al., 2022, AJ, 164, 1, The Lingering Death of Periodic Near-Sun Comet 323P/SOHO
  40. Ahumada, T., Anand, S., Coughlin, M., et al., 2022, ApJ, 932, 40, In Search of Short Gamma-Ray Burst Optical Counterparts with the Zwicky Transient Facility
  41. Bello-Arufe, A., Buchhave, L., Mendonca, J., et al., 2022, A&A, 662, A51, Exoplanet atmospheres at high resolution through a modest-size telescope. Fe II in MASCARA-2b and KELT-9b with FIES on the Nordic Optical Telescope
  42. Kareta, T., Reddy, V., Sanchez, J., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 105, Near-infrared Spectroscopy of the Nucleus of Low-activity Comet P/2016 BA14 during Its 2016 Close Approach
  43. Clark, C., van Belle, G., Ciardi, D., et al., 2022, AJ, 163, 232, A Dearth of Close-in Stellar Companions to M-dwarf TESS Objects of Interest
  44. Knudstrup, E., Albrecht, S., 2022, A&A, 660, A99, Orbital alignment of HD 332231 b. The warm Saturn HD 332231 b/TOI-1456 b travels on a well-aligned, circular orbit around a bright F8 dwarf
  45. Lierle, P., Schmidt, C., Baumgardner, J., et al., 2022, PSJ, 3, 87, The Spatial Distribution and Temperature of Mercury's Potassium Exosphere
  46. Tucker, D., Wiesner, M., Allam, S., et al., 2022, ApJ, 929, 115, SOAR/Goodman Spectroscopic Assessment of Candidate Counterparts of the LIGO/Virgo Event GW190814
  47. Zhao, L., Fischer, D., Ford, E., et al., 2022, AJ, 163, 171, The EXPRES Stellar Signals Project II. State of the Field in Disentangling Photospheric Velocities
  48. Romero, A., Kepler, S., Hermes, J., et al., 2022, MNRAS, 511, 1574, Discovery of 74 new bright ZZ Ceti stars in the first three years of TESS
  49. Schmidt, C., 2022, FrASS, 9, 801873, Doppler-Shifted Alkali D Absorption as Indirect Evidence for Exomoons
  50. O'Connor, B., Gogus, E., Huppenkothen, D., et al., 2022, ApJ, 927, 139, Identification of an X-Ray Pulsar in the BeXRB System IGR J18219-1347
  51. Anguita-Aguero, J., Mendez, R., Claveria, R., et al., 2022, AJ, 163, 118, Orbital Elements and Individual Component Masses from Joint Spectroscopic and Astrometric Data of Double-line Spectroscopic Binaries
  52. Fatka, P., Moskovitz, N., Pravec, P., et al., 2022, MNRAS, 510, 6033, Recent formation and likely cometary activity of near-Earth asteroid pair 2019 PR2-2019 QR6
  53. Reddy, V., Kelley, M., Dotson, J., et al., 2022, Icar, 374, 114790, Near-earth asteroid (66391) Moshup (1999 KW4) observing campaign: Results from a global planetary defense characterization exercise
  54. Grant, S., Espaillat, C., Brittain, S., et al., 2022, ApJ, 926, 229, Tracing Accretion onto Herbig Ae/Be Stars Using the Br Line
  55. Jin, J., Wu, X., Feng, X., 2022, ApJ, 926, 184, A Systematic Analysis of Stellar Populations in the Host Galaxies of Changing-look AGNs
  56. Hallum, M., Jorstad, S., Larionov, V., et al., 2022, ApJ, 926, 180, Emission-line Variability during a Nonthermal Outburst in the Gamma-Ray Bright Quasar 1156+295
  57. Gatkine, P., Veilleux, S., Perley, D., et al., 2022, ApJ, 926, 63, The CGM-GRB Study. II. Outflow-Galaxy Connection at z 2-6
  58. Gal-Yam, A., Bruch, R., Schulze, S., et al., 2022, Natur, 601, 201, A WC/WO star exploding within an expanding carbon-oxygen-neon nebula
  59. Roettenbacher, R., Cabot, S., Fischer, D., et al., 2022, AJ, 163, 19, EXPRES. III. Revealing the Stellar Activity Radial Velocity Signature of Eridani with Photometry and Interferometry
  60. Lindberg, C., Huppenkothen, D., Jones, R., et al., 2022, AJ, 163, 29, Characterizing Sparse Asteroid Light Curves with Gaussian Processes
  61. Santana-Ros, T., Micheli, M., Faggioli, L., et al., 2022, NatCo, 13, 447, Orbital stability analysis and photometric characterization of the second Earth Trojan asteroid 2020 XL5
  62. Chandler, C., 2022, PhDT, Chasing Tails: Active Asteroid, Centaur, and Quasi-Hilda Discovery with Astroinformatics and Citizen Science
  63. 50 publications and 216 citations in 2022.


  64. Addison, B., Knudstrup, E., Wong, I., et al., 2021, AJ, 162, 292, TOI-1431b/MASCARA-5b: A Highly Irradiated Ultrahot Jupiter Orbiting One of the Hottest and Brightest Known Exoplanet Host Stars
  65. Fenucci, M., Novakovic, B., 2021, AJ, 162, 227, The Role of the Yarkovsky Effect in the Long-term Dynamics of Asteroid (469219) Kamo'oalewa
  66. Avdellidou, C., Pajola, M., Lucchetti, A., et al., 2021, A&A, 656, L18, Characterisation of the main belt asteroid (223) Rosa. A proposed flyby target of ESA's JUICE mission
  67. Piro, L., Bruni, G., Troja, E., et al., 2021, A&A, 656, L15, The fast radio burst FRB 20201124A in a star-forming region: Constraints to the progenitor and multiwavelength counterparts
  68. Ocker, S., Cordes, J., Chatterjee, S., et al., 2021, ApJ, 922, 233, An In Situ Study of Turbulence near Stellar Bow Shocks
  69. Sharkey, B., Reddy, V., Malhotra, R., et al., 2021, ComEE, 2, 231, Lunar-like silicate material forms the Earth quasi-satellite (469219) 2016 HO3 Kamooalewa
  70. Perley, D., Ho, A., Yao, Y., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 508, 5138, Real-time discovery of AT2020xnd: a fast, luminous ultraviolet transient with minimal radioactive ejecta
  71. Crane, L., 2021, NewSc, 252, 22, Moon chunk may be Earth's space buddy
  72. Hsieh, H., Chandler, C., Denneau, L., et al., 2021, ApJL, 922, L9, Physical Characterization of Main-belt Comet (248370) 2005 QN173
  73. Kidder, B., Mace, G., Lopez-Valdivia, R., et al., 2021, ApJ, 922, 27, The IGRINS YSO Survey II: Veiling Spectra of Pre-main-sequence Stars in Taurus-Auriga
  74. Lopez-Valdivia, R., Sokal, K., Mace, G., et al., 2021, ApJ, 921, 53, The IGRINS YSO Survey. I. Stellar Parameters of Pre-main-sequence Stars in Taurus-Auriga
  75. McAdam, M., Gustafsson, A., 2021, Icar, 369, 114592, Near-infrared spectroscopy of (93) Minerva with the Lowell discovery telescope + near-infrared high throughput spectrograph: More evidence for widespread primitive materials
  76. Cabot, S., Bello-Arufe, A., Mendonca, J., et al., 2021, AJ, 162, 218, TOI-1518b: A Misaligned Ultra-hot Jupiter with Iron in Its Atmosphere
  77. He, M., Ford, E., Ragozzine, D., 2021, AJ, 162, 216, Friends and Foes: Conditional Occurrence Rates of Exoplanet Companions and Their Impact on Radial Velocity Follow-up Surveys
  78. Zhang, Q., Ye, Q., Vissapragada, S., et al., 2021, AJ, 162, 194, Preview of Comet C/2021 A1 (Leonard) and Its Encounter with Venus
  79. Frederick, S., Gezari, S., Graham, M., et al., 2021, ApJ, 920, 56, A Family Tree of Optical Transients from Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
  80. Stangret, M., Palle, E., Casasayas-Barris, N., et al., 2021, A&A, 654, A73, The obliquity and atmosphere of the ultra-hot Jupiter TOI-1431b (MASCARA-5b): A misaligned orbit and no signs of atomic or molecular absorptions
  81. Yoon, S., Lee, J., Lee, S., et al., 2021, ApJ, 919, 116, Evidence of Accretion Burst: The Viscously Heated Inner Disk of the Embedded Protostar IRAS 16316-1540
  82. Rivkin, A., Chabot, N., Stickle, A., et al., 2021, PSJ, 2, 173, The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART): Planetary Defense Investigations and Requirements
  83. Espaillat, C., Robinson, C., Romanova, M., et al., 2021, Natur, 597, 41, Measuring the density structure of an accretion hot spot
  84. Eisner, N., Nicholson, B., Barragan, O., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 505, 1827, Planet Hunters TESS III: two transiting planets around the bright G dwarf HD 152843
  85. Vanderbosch, Z., Rappaport, S., Guidry, J., et al., 2021, ApJ, 917, 41, Recurring Planetary Debris Transits and Circumstellar Gas around White Dwarf ZTF J0328-1219
  86. Schulze, S., Yaron, O., Sollerman, J., et al., 2021, ApJS, 255, 29, The Palomar Transient Factory Core-collapse Supernova Host-galaxy Sample. I. Host-galaxy Distribution Functions and Environment Dependence of Core-collapse Supernovae
  87. Rastinejad, J., Fong, W., Kilpatrick, C., et al., 2021, ApJ, 916, 89, Probing Kilonova Ejecta Properties Using a Catalog of Short Gamma-Ray Burst Observations
  88. Devogele, M., Ferrais, M., Jehin, E., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 505, 245, (6478) Gault: physical characterization of an active main-belt asteroid
  89. Ahumada, T., Singer, L., Anand, S., et al., 2021, NatAs, 5, 917, Discovery and confirmation of the shortest gamma-ray burst from a collapsar
  90. Kim, I., Oh, H., Jeong, W., et al., 2021, AJ, 162, 24, High-resolution Near-infrared Spectroscopy of Diffuse Sources around MWC 1080
  91. Federman, S., Rice, J., Ritchey, A., et al., 2021, ApJ, 914, 59, The Transition from Diffuse Molecular Gas to Molecular Cloud Material in Taurus
  92. Horch, E., Broderick, K., Casetti-Dinescu, D., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 295, Observations with the Differential Speckle Survey Instrument. X. Preliminary Orbits of K-dwarf Binaries and Other Stars
  93. Ward, C., Gezari, S., Frederick, S., et al., 2021, ApJ, 913, 102, AGNs on the Move: A Search for Off-nuclear AGNs from Recoiling Supermassive Black Holes and Ongoing Galaxy Mergers with the Zwicky Transient Facility
  94. Stahl, A., Tang, S., Johns-Krull, C., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 283, IGRINS RV: A Precision Radial Velocity Pipeline for IGRINS Using Modified Forward Modeling in the Near-infrared
  95. Knight, M., Schleicher, D., Farnham, T., 2021, PSJ, 2, 104, Narrowband Observations of Comet 46P/Wirtanen during Its Exceptional Apparition of 2018/19. II. Photometry, Jet Morphology, and Modeling Results
  96. Hogg, J., Blecha, L., Reynolds, C., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 503, 1688, 2MASX J00423991 + 3017515: an offset active galactic nucleus in an interacting system
  97. Guidry, J., Vanderbosch, Z., Hermes, J., et al., 2021, ApJ, 912, 125, I Spy Transits and Pulsations: Empirical Variability in White Dwarfs Using Gaia and the Zwicky Transient Facility
  98. Levine, S., Zuluaga, C., Person, M., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 210, Occultation of a Large Star by the Large Plutino (28978) Ixion on 2020 October 13 UTC
  99. Nofi, L., Johns-Krull, C., Lopez-Valdivia, R., et al., 2021, ApJ, 911, 138, Projected Rotational Velocities and Fundamental Properties of Low-mass Pre-main-sequence Stars in the Taurus-Auriga Star-forming Region
  100. Scott, E., 2021, NRvEE, 2, 231, Left in the wake of the 2011 Japan tsunami
  101. MAGIC Collaboration, Acciari, V., Ansoldi, S., et al., 2021, A&A, 647, A163, VHE gamma-ray detection of FSRQ QSO B1420+326 and modeling of its enhanced broadband state in 2020
  102. Gustafsson, A., Moskovitz, N., Cushing, M., et al., 2021, PASP, 133, 035001, Science Commissioning of NIHTS: The Near-infrared High Throughput Spectrograph on the Lowell Discovery Telescope
  103. Kirkpatrick, J., Gelino, C., Faherty, J., et al., 2021, ApJS, 253, 7, The Field Substellar Mass Function Based on the Full-sky 20 pc Census of 525 L, T, and Y Dwarfs
  104. O'Connor, B., Troja, E., Dichiara, S., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 502, 1279, A tale of two mergers: constraints on kilonova detection in two short GRBs at z 0.5
  105. Johansson, J., Goobar, A., Price, S., et al., 2021, MNRAS, 502, 510, Spectroscopy of the first resolved strongly lensed Type Ia supernova iPTF16geu
  106. Stein, R., van Velzen, S., Kowalski, M., et al., 2021, NatAs, 5, 510, A tidal disruption event coincident with a high-energy neutrino
  107. Abel, P., Lawrence, P., 2021, JBAA, 131, 37, Observations of Mars & Saturn at the Lowell Observatory in 2018 July
  108. Hammerstein, E., Gezari, S., van Velzen, S., et al., 2021, ApJL, 908, L20, Tidal Disruption Event Hosts Are Green and Centrally Concentrated: Signatures of a Post-merger System
  109. Mangano, V., Dosa, M., Franz, M., et al., 2021, SSRv, 217, 23, BepiColombo Science Investigations During Cruise and Flybys at the Earth, Venus and Mercury
  110. Ye, Q., Knight, M., Kelley, M., et al., 2021, PSJ, 2, 23, A Deep Search for Emission from "Rock Comet" (3200) Phaethon at 1 au
  111. van Velzen, S., Gezari, S., Hammerstein, E., et al., 2021, ApJ, 908, 4, Seventeen Tidal Disruption Events from the First Half of ZTF Survey Observations: Entering a New Era of Population Studies
  112. Golden-Marx, E., Blanton, E., Paterno-Mahler, R., et al., 2021, ApJ, 907, 65, The High-redshift Clusters Occupied by Bent Radio AGN (COBRA) Survey: Radio Source Properties
  113. Farnham, T., Knight, M., Schleicher, D., et al., 2021, PSJ, 2, 7, Narrowband Observations of Comet 46P/Wirtanen during Its Exceptional Apparition of 2018/19. I. Apparent Rotation Period and Outbursts
  114. Zhao, L., Hogg, D., Bedell, M., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 80, Excalibur: A Nonparametric, Hierarchical Wavelength Calibration Method for a Precision Spectrograph
  115. Cabot, S., Roettenbacher, R., Henry, G., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 26, EXPRES. II. Searching for Planets around Active Stars: A Case Study of HD 101501
  116. Colton, N., Horch, E., Everett, M., et al., 2021, AJ, 161, 21, Identifying Bound Stellar Companions to Kepler Exoplanet Host Stars Using Speckle Imaging
  117. 53 publications and 997 citations in 2021.


  118. Thakur, A., Dichiara, S., Troja, E., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 499, 3868, A search for optical and near-infrared counterparts of the compact binary merger GW190814
  119. Kasliwal, M., Anand, S., Ahumada, T., et al., 2020, ApJ, 905, 145, Kilonova Luminosity Function Constraints Based on Zwicky Transient Facility Searches for 13 Neutron Star Merger Triggers during O3
  120. Ryde, N., 2020, JApA, 41, 34, On the cosmic origin of fluorine
  121. Hinkle, K., Lebzelter, T., Fekel, F., et al., 2020, ApJ, 904, 143, The M Supergiant High-mass X-Ray Binary 4U 1954+31
  122. Fedorets, G., Micheli, M., Jedicke, R., et al., 2020, AJ, 160, 277, Establishing Earth's Minimoon Population through Characterization of Asteroid 2020 CD3
  123. Savel, A., Dressing, C., Hirsch, L., et al., 2020, AJ, 160, 287, A Closer Look at Exoplanet Occurrence Rates: Considering the Multiplicity of Stars without Detected Planets
  124. Mura-Guzman, A., Yong, D., Abate, C., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 498, 3549, Constraining nucleosynthesis in two CEMP progenitors using fluorine
  125. Oszkiewicz, D., Troianskyi, V., Fohring, D., et al., 2020, A&A, 643, A117, Spin rates of V-type asteroids
  126. Grisoni, V., Romano, D., Spitoni, E., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 498, 1252, Fluorine in the solar neighbourhood: modelling the Galactic thick and thin discs
  127. Hoeijmakers, H., Cabot, S., Zhao, L., et al., 2020, A&A, 641, A120, High-resolution transmission spectroscopy of MASCARA-2 b with EXPRES
  128. Park, S., Lee, J., Pyo, T., et al., 2020, ApJ, 900, 36, High-resolution Spectroscopic Monitoring Observations of FU Orionis-type Object, V960 Mon
  129. Brewer, J., Fischer, D., Blackman, R., et al., 2020, AJ, 160, 67, EXPRES. I. HD 3651 as an Ideal RV Benchmark
  130. Hui, M., Ye, Q., 2020, AJ, 160, 91, Observations of Disintegrating Long-period Comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS): A Sibling of C/1844 Y1 (Great Comet)
  131. Wendeborn, J., Espaillat, C., Macias, E., et al., 2020, ApJ, 897, 54, A Study of Millimeter Variability in FUor Objects
  132. Sikora, J., Rowe, J., Howell, S., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 496, 295, Spectropolarimetric follow-up of 8 rapidly rotating, X-ray bright FK Comae candidates
  133. Phillips, C., Bowler, B., Mace, G., et al., 2020, ApJ, 896, 173, 2MASS J04435686+3723033 B: A Young Companion at the Substellar Boundary with Potential Membership in the Pictoris Moving Group
  134. Mommert, M., Trilling, D., Hora, J., et al., 2020, PSJ, 1, 10, Systematic Characterization of and Search for Activity in Potentially Active Asteroids
  135. Fremling, C., Miller, A., Sharma, Y., et al., 2020, ApJ, 895, 32, The Zwicky Transient Facility Bright Transient Survey. I. Spectroscopic Classification and the Redshift Completeness of Local Galaxy Catalogs
  136. Petersburg, R., Ong, J., Zhao, L., et al., 2020, AJ, 159, 187, An Extreme-precision Radial-velocity Pipeline: First Radial Velocities from EXPRES
  137. Blackman, R., Fischer, D., Jurgenson, C., et al., 2020, AJ, 159, 238, Performance Verification of the EXtreme PREcision Spectrograph
  138. Horch, E., van Belle, G., Davidson, J., et al., 2020, AJ, 159, 233, Observations of Binary Stars with the Differential Speckle Survey Instrument. IX. Observations of Known and Suspected Binaries, and a Partial Survey of Be Stars
  139. Ryde, N., Jonsson, H., Mace, G., et al., 2020, ApJ, 893, 37, Fluorine in the Solar Neighborhood: The Need for Several Cosmic Sources
  140. Mommert, M., 2020, AJ, 159, 178, Cloud Identification from All-sky Camera Data with Machine Learning
  141. Chandler, C., Kueny, J., Trujillo, C., et al., 2020, ApJL, 892, L38, Cometary Activity Discovered on a Distant Centaur: A Nonaqueous Sublimation Mechanism
  142. Lee, H., Pak, S., Mace, G., et al., 2020, PASP, 132, 045001, IGRINS Slit-viewing Camera Software
  143. Lai, T., Witt, A., Alvarez, C., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 492, 5853, Are the carriers of diffuse interstellar bands and extended red emission the same?
  144. Jenniskens, P., Moskovitz, N., Garvie, L., et al., 2020, M&PS, 55, 535, Orbit and origin of the LL7 chondrite Dishchii'bikoh (Arizona)
  145. Levesque, E., Massey, P., 2020, ApJL, 891, L37, Betelgeuse Just Is Not That Cool: Effective Temperature Alone Cannot Explain the Recent Dimming of Betelgeuse
  146. Larionov, V., Jorstad, S., Marscher, A., et al., 2020, MNRAS, 492, 3829, Multiwavelength behaviour of the blazar 3C 279: decade-long study from -ray to radio
  147. Andreoni, I., Goldstein, D., Kasliwal, M., et al., 2020, ApJ, 890, 131, GROWTH on S190814bv: Deep Synoptic Limits on the Optical/Near-infrared Counterpart to a Neutron Star-Black Hole Merger
  148. Koo, B., Kim, H., Oh, H., et al., 2020, NatAs, 4, 584, Detection of pristine circumstellar material from the Cassiopeia A supernova progenitor
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308 publications and 8600 citations total.