Gemini Staff Publications 2015

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

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Refereed Publications

Levenson, N. A.[11]. Sub-arcsec mid-IR observations of NGC 1614: Nuclear star formation or an intrinsically X-ray weak AGN?. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 454:3679-3687. December, 2015.

Levenson, N. A.[15]. A deep look at the nuclear region of UGC 5101 through high angular resolution mid-IR data with GTC/CanariCam. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 454:3577-3589. December, 2015.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[16]. The Data Reduction Pipeline for the Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment. The Astronomical Journal, 150:173-. December, 2015.

Margheim, Steve[11]. SN 2009ip at late times - an interacting transient at +2 years. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453:3886-3905. November, 2015.

Carrasco, E. R.[3]. NGC 6845: metallicity gradients and star formation in a complex compact group. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453:2808-2823. November, 2015.

Goodsell, Stephen J.[26]; Hibon, Pascale[28]; Rantakyrö, Fredrik T.[42]. Astrometric Confirmation and Preliminary Orbital Parameters of the Young Exoplanet 51 Eridani b with the Gemini Planet Imager. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 814:L3-. November, 2015.

Salinas, Ricardo[4]. Optical Spectroscopy of the High-mass γ-Ray Binary 1FGL J1018.6‑5856: A Probable Neutron Star Primary. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 813:L26-. November, 2015.

Pakzad, Sabrina[11]. Probing the Physical Properties of z = 4.5 Lyman Alpha Emitters with Spitzer. The Astrophysical Journal, 813:78-. November, 2015.

Labrie, Kathleen[4]. Microlensing Constraints on Broad Absorption and Emission Line Flows in the Quasar H1413+117. The Astrophysical Journal, 813:62-. November, 2015.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[34]. Abundances, Stellar Parameters, and Spectra from the SDSS-III/APOGEE Survey. The Astronomical Journal, 150:148-. November, 2015.

Díaz, R. J.[4]; Gomez, P. L.[5]; Schirmer, M.[7]. Uncovering the Nucleus Candidate for NGC 253. The Astronomical Journal, 150:139-. November, 2015.

Goodsell, S.[38]; Hibon, P.[40]; Rantakyrö, F. T.[68]; Sadakuni, N.[74]. Discovery and spectroscopy of the young jovian planet 51 Eri b with the Gemini Planet Imager. Science, 350:64-67. October, 2015.

Mason, Rachel E.[1]. Dust in the torus of the AGN unified model. Planetary and Space Science, 116:97-101. October, 2015.

Winge, Claudia [4]. Feeding versus feedback in AGN from near-infrared IFU observations XI: NGC 2110. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453:1727-1739. October, 2015.

Carrasco, E. R.[3]. Probing the nature of the pre-merging system Hickson Compact Group 31 through integral field unit data. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453:1355-1370. October, 2015.

Rutten, R. G. M.[7]. Phase-resolved spectroscopy and Kepler photometry of the ultracompact AM CVn binary SDSS J190817.07+394036.4. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 453:483-496. October, 2015.

Conn, B. C.[2]. The MAGellanic Inter-Cloud (MAGIC) project - II. Slicing up the Bridge. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 452:4222-4235. October, 2015.

Geballe, T. R.[1]; Mason, R. E.[2]. Outflowing Diffuse Gas in the Active Galactic Nucleus of NGC 1068. The Astrophysical Journal, 812:56-. October, 2015.

Cardwell, Andrew[10]; Goodsell, Stephen J.[19]; Hartung, Markus[21]; Hibon, Pascale[22]; Rantakyrö, Fredrik T.[37]; Sadakuni, Naru[38]; Serio, Andrew[39]. Gemini Planet Imager Observations of the AU Microscopii Debris Disk: Asymmetries within One Arcsecond. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 811:L19-. October, 2015.

Andersen, M.[2]. Grain size limits derived from 3.6 μm and 4.5 μm coreshine. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 582:A70-. October, 2015.

Mason, R. E.[6]; Levenson, N. A.[13]. Near-infrared polarimetric adaptive optics observations of NGC 1068: a torus created by a hydromagnetic outflow wind. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 452:1902-1913. September, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[4]. Hot CH4 in the polar regions of Jupiter. Icarus, 257:217-220. September, 2015.

Trujillo, C. A.[6]. The mutual orbit, mass, and density of the large transneptunian binary system Varda and Ilmarë. Icarus, 257:130-138. September, 2015.

Miller, Jennifer F.[15]. Young Stellar Objects in the Gould Belt. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 220:11-. September, 2015.

Cardwell, Andrew[12]; Goodsell, Stephen J.[24]; Hartung, Markus[26]; Hibon, Pascale[27]; Rantakyrö, Fredrik T.[44]. Beta Pictoris' Inner Disk in Polarized Light and New Orbital Parameters for Beta Pictoris b. The Astrophysical Journal, 811:18-. September, 2015.

Hirst, P.[5]; Turner, J.[10]. Learning from FITS: Limitations in use in modern astronomical research. Astronomy and Computing, 12:133-145. September, 2015.

Hayward, Thomas L.[13]. Improving signal-to-noise in the direct imaging of exoplanets and circumstellar disks with MLOCI. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 581:A24-. September, 2015.

Kissler-Patig, Markus[6]. Re-evaluation of the central velocity-dispersion profile in NGC 6388. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 581:A1-. September, 2015.

Petric, Andreea O.[1]. Herschel Survey of the Palomar-Green QSOs at Low Redshift. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 219:22-. August, 2015.

Angeloni, R.[5]. The WFCAM multiwavelength Variable Star Catalog (Corrigendum). Astronomy & Astrophysics, 580:C3-. August, 2015.

Hayward, Thomas[6]. The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: asymmetries in the HD 141569 disc. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450:4446-4457. July, 2015.

Schirmer, M.[16]. Optical and Sunyaev-Zel'dovich observations of a new sample of distant rich galaxy clusters in the ROSAT All Sky. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450:4248-4276. July, 2015.

Mason, Rachel E.[2]; Winge, Claudia[15]. The stellar spectral features of nearby galaxies in the near infrared: tracers of thermally pulsing asymptotic giant branch stars?. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450:3069-3079. July, 2015.

Schiavon, Ricardo P.[240]. The Eleventh and Twelfth Data Releases of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Final Data from SDSS-III. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 219:12-. July, 2015.

Chené, André-Nicolas[7]. HST/STIS Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Components of the Massive Triple Star δ Ori A. The Astrophysical Journal, 808:88-. July, 2015.

Margheim, S. J.[71]. PESSTO: survey description and products from the first data release by the Public ESO Spectroscopic Survey of Transient Objects. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 579:A40-. July, 2015.

Leggett, S. K.[5]. Methane and ammonia in the near-infrared spectra of late-T dwarfs. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 450:454-480. June, 2015.

Carrasco, Eleazar R.[3]. The Cheshire Cat Gravitational Lens: The Formation of a Massive Fossil Group. The Astrophysical Journal, 806:268-. June, 2015.

Hayward, Thomas L.[25]. Planets Around Low-mass Stars (PALMS). V. Age-dating Low-mass Companions to Members and Interlopers of Young Moving Groups. The Astrophysical Journal, 806:62-. June, 2015.

Geballe, T. R.[2]. Infrared Absorption Lines Toward NGC 7538 IRS 1: Abundances of H2, H3+, and CO. The Astrophysical Journal, 806:57-. June, 2015.

Mason, R. E.[10]. Strong near-infrared carbon in the Type Ia supernova iPTF13ebh. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 578:A9-. June, 2015.

Margheim, Steve[8]. No signature of ejecta interaction with a stellar companion in three type Ia supernovae. Nature, 521:332-335. May, 2015.

Schirmer, Mischa[2]; Turner, James E. H.[3]. The `Green Bean' Galaxy SDSS J224024.1-092748: unravelling the emission signature of a quasar ionization echo. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 449:1731-1752. May, 2015.

Levenson, N. A.[17]. The nuclear and extended infrared emission of the Seyfert galaxy NGC 2992 and the interacting system Arp 245. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 449:1309-1326. May, 2015.

Leggett, S. K.[3]. The Mass-Luminosity Relation in the L/T Transition: Individual Dynamical Masses for the New J-band Flux Reversal Binary SDSSJ105213.51+442255.7AB. The Astrophysical Journal, 805:56-. May, 2015.

Pessev, Peter[5]; Geballe, T. R.[6]. The Brightening of Re50N: Accretion Event or Dust Clearing?. The Astrophysical Journal, 805:54-. May, 2015.

Conn, Blair C.[12]. Hydra II: A Faint and Compact Milky Way Dwarf Galaxy Found in the Survey of the Magellanic Stellar History. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 804:L5-. May, 2015.

Angeloni, R.[7]. Updated census of RR Lyrae stars in the globular cluster ω Centauri (NGC 5139). Astronomy & Astrophysics, 577:A99-. May, 2015.

Hibon, Pascale[4]. Narrowband selected high-redshift galaxy candidates contaminated by lower redshift [OIII] ultra-strong emitter line galaxies. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 577:A74-. May, 2015.

Pessev, Peter [2]. Chemical Abundances of the Highly Obscured Galactic Globular Clusters 2MASS GC02 and Mercer 5. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 127:329-339. April, 2015.

Margheim, Steve[8]. Identifying close binary central stars of PN with Kepler. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 448:3587-3602. April, 2015.

Schirmer, M.[1]; Carrasco, E. R.[2]; Pessev, P.[3]; Garrel, V.[4]; Winge, C.[5]; Neichel, B.[6]; Vidal, F.[7]. Gemini Frontier Fields: Wide-field Adaptive Optics Ks-band Imaging of the Galaxy Clusters MACS J0416.1-2403 and Abell 2744. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 217:33-. April, 2015.

Leggett, S. K.[3]. Discovery of a Low-luminosity, Tight Substellar Binary at the T/Y Transition. The Astrophysical Journal, 803:102-. April, 2015.

Levenson, Nancy A.[13]; Mason, Rachel E.[14]. The Differences in the Torus Geometry between Hidden and Non-hidden Broad Line Active Galactic Nuclei. The Astrophysical Journal, 803:57-. April, 2015.

Petric, A. O.[4]. The Spitzer Mid-infrared AGN Survey. II. The Demographics and Cosmic Evolution of the AGN Population. The Astrophysical Journal, 802:102-. April, 2015.

Anderson, K.[25]. Pulsar polarisation below 200 MHz: Average profiles and propagation effects. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 576:A62-. April, 2015.

Mason, R. E.[1]; Winge, C.[16]; Hoenig, M. D.[17]. The Nuclear Near-Infrared Spectral Properties of Nearby Galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 217:13-. March, 2015.

Placco, Vinicius M.[2]. The Frequency of Field Blue-Straggler Stars in the Thick Disk and Halo System of the Galaxy. The Astrophysical Journal, 801:116-. March, 2015.

Geballe, T. R.[3]. Transient Carbon Monoxide (Co) Absorption and Persistent Brackett Alpha (Brα) Emission in the Spectrum of ɛ Aurigae. The Astronomical Journal, 149:109-. March, 2015.

Angeloni, R. [3]. A Low-Resolution Spectroscopic Exploration of Puzzling OGLE Variable Stars. Acta Astronomica, 65:63-. March, 2015.

Schirmer, Mischa [11]. The evolution of the cluster optical galaxy luminosity function between z = 0.4 and 0.9 in the DAFT/FADA survey. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 575:A116-. March, 2015.

Kleinman, S. J.[5]; Nitta, A.[7]. New white dwarf stars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 10. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 446:4078-4087. February, 2015.

Winge, Cláudia [8]. Short-timescale Monitoring of the X-Ray, UV, and Broad Double-peak Emission Line of the Nucleus of NGC 1097. The Astrophysical Journal, 800:63-. February, 2015.

Cardwell, Andrew[10]; Goodsell, Stephen[18]; Hartung, Markus[19]; Hibon, Pascale[20]; Rantakyrö, Fredrik T.[35]; Sadakuni, Naru[36]. Polarimetry with the Gemini Planet Imager: Methods, Performance at First Light, and the Circumstellar Ring around HR 4796A. The Astrophysical Journal, 799:182-. February, 2015.

Trujillo, Chadwick[2]. Discovery and Characteristics of the Rapidly Rotating Active Asteroid (62412) 2000 SY178 in the Main Belt. The Astronomical Journal, 149:44-. February, 2015.

Schirmer, M.[5]. Isolated elliptical galaxies and their globular cluster systems. II. NGC 7796 - globular clusters, dynamics, companion. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 574:A21-. February, 2015.

Mason, Rachel [3]; Diaz, Ruben[7]; Winge, Claudia[18]. Differences between CO- and calcium triplet-derived velocity dispersions in spiral galaxies: evidence for central star formation?. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 446:2823-2836. January, 2015.

Leggett, S. K.[1]. Near-infrared Photometry of Y Dwarfs: Low Ammonia Abundance and the Onset of Water Clouds. The Astrophysical Journal, 799:37-. January, 2015.

Carrasco, E. R.[5]. Witnessing Gas Mixing in the Metal Distribution of the Hickson Compact Group HCG 31. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 798:L24-. January, 2015.

Cardwell, Andrew[9]; Goodsell, Stephen J.[16]; Hartung, Markus[17]; Hibon, Pascale[18]; Rantakyrö, Fredrik T.[35]; Sadakuni, Naru[36]; Serio, Andrew[39]. The First H-band Spectrum of the Giant Planet β Pictoris b. The Astrophysical Journal Letters, 798:L3-. January, 2015.

Levenson, N. A.[9]. Mid-IR Spectra of Type Ia SN 2014J in M82 Spanning the First 4 Months. The Astrophysical Journal, 798:93-. January, 2015.

Hibon, Pascale[12]. The Subaru High-z Quasar Survey: Discovery of Faint z ~ 6 Quasars. The Astrophysical Journal, 798:28-. January, 2015.

Schiavon, Ricardo[3]. Evidence for (and Against) Progenitor Bias in the Size Growth of Compact Red Galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal, 798:26-. January, 2015.

Angeloni, R.[5]. The WFCAM multiwavelength Variable Star Catalog. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 573:A100-. January, 2015.

Non-Refereed Publications

Trujillo, Chad A.[3]. Evidence for an Impact Event on (493) Griseldis. American Astronomical Society, 47:232-245. November, 2015.

Trujillo, Chadwick A.[1]. Deep Surveys for Inner Oort Cloud Objects. American Astronomical Society, 47. November, 2015.

Trujillo, Chad[2]. Searching for Extreme Kuiper Belt Objects and Inner Oort Cloud Objects. American Astronomical Society, 47. November, 2015.

Petric, Andreea[1]. Measuring the Cold Dust Content of Broad and Narrow-Line Optically Luminous QSOs. IAU General Assembly, 22:58599-145. August, 2015.

Hibon, Pascale[7]. Shedding Lyman Alpha Light on Cosmological Reionization. IAU General Assembly, 22:58307-. August, 2015.

Levenson, N. A.[1]. A Sub-Arcsecond Mid-Infrared Survey of X-Ray-Selected AGN. IAU General Assembly, 22:58276-. August, 2015.

Lemoine-Busserolle, Marie[1]. 3D kinematics of a z “~ 1.3 lensed clumpy" galaxy.. IAU General Assembly, 22:58184-. August, 2015.

Leggett, Sandy[2]. Sifting planetary mass objects at the limits of the WISE survey. IAU General Assembly, 22:57512-. August, 2015.

Diaz, Ruben[1]; Gomez, Percy[5]; Schirmer, Mischa[7]. Uncovering the nucleus candidate for NGC 253. IAU General Assembly, 22:57443-. August, 2015.

Whitfield Miller, Bryan[1]; Kissler-Patig, Markus[5]. The Stellar Populations of Nuclei, Globular Clusters, and Stars in dE Galaxies in Virgo and Fornax. IAU General Assembly, 22:57324-. August, 2015.

Shih, Hsin-Yi [3]. Planetary nebulae in edge-on spiral galaxies. IAU General Assembly, 22:56291-. August, 2015.

Shih, Hsin-Yi [1]. Large Scale Outflow from a Radio Loud AGN in Merging Galaxies at Redshift 2.47. IAU General Assembly, 22:55955-. August, 2015.

Leggett, Sandy [1]. Molecules, Dust and Ices in Brown Dwarf Atmospheres. IAU General Assembly, 22:55892-. August, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[2]. Population Signatures in Planetary Nebulae from Abundances of Fe-group and Neutron-Capture Elements. IAU General Assembly, 22:55178-. August, 2015.

Nitta, Atsuko[5]. Pulsating Helium Atmosphere White Dwarfs. IAU General Assembly, 22:55075-. August, 2015.

Chiboucas, Kristin[1]; Ferguson, Peter[2]. The UCD Population of the Coma Cluster. IAU General Assembly, 22:54352-. August, 2015.

Nitta, Atsuko[1]; Kleinman, S.[5]. Are All Magnetic White Dwarf Stars Massive?. IAU General Assembly, 22:54127-. August, 2015.

Nitta, Atsuko[1]; Chene, Andre-Nicolas[3]; Kleinman, S. J.[6]. Time Series Photometric & Spectroscopic Observations of a Massive Crystallized White Dwarf Pulsator BPM37093. IAU General Assembly, 22:54096-. August, 2015.

Jorgensen, Inger[1]. Life in low density environments - Field galaxies from z~1.2 to the present. IAU General Assembly, 22:50431-. August, 2015.

Jorgensen, Inger[1]; Chiboucas, Kristin[2]; Bergmann, Marcel[3]. Early and late life - bulge-dominated cluster galaxies over the last 8-9 Gyr. IAU General Assembly, 22:50416-. August, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[3]. Mid-infrared [NeII] Imaging of Young Massive Star Clusters Near Galactic Nuclei. IAU General Assembly, 22:46331-. August, 2015.

Zhang, Xiaoy u[1]. The Transformation of Observatory Newsletters - A Gemini Perspective. IAU General Assembly, 22:35788-. August, 2015.

Nitta, Atsuko [1]. Time Series Spectroscopic and Photometric Observations of the Massive DAV BPM 37093. 19th European Workshop on White Dwarfs, 493:241-480. June, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[1]. New Background Infrared Sources for Studying the Galactic Center's Interstellar Gas. 70th International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy: June 22-26, . June, 2015.

Lai, Olivier [1]. LOTTTTUCE: Layer Oriented Tip-Tilt Turbulence Tomography using Covariance and Elevation. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 595:012018. April, 2015.

Rodrigo Carrasco, Eleazar[4]. A 3D analysis of the metal distribution in the compact group of galaxies HCG 31. Galaxies in 3D across the Universe, IAU Symposium, 309:363-363. February, 2015.

Geballe, Tom R.[3]. The Massive Star Population at the Center of the Milky Way. New windows on massive stars: asteroseismology, IAU Symposium, 307:426-430. January, 2015.

Chené, André-Nicolas[3]. First Results of the Analysis of the Wolf-Rayet Star WR6. New windows on massive stars: asteroseismology, IAU Symposium, 307:100-101. January, 2015.

Margheim, Steven J.[1]. Update on the Gemini High-Resolution Optical SpecTrograph (GHOST). American Astronomical Society, 225:377-379. January, 2015.

Thomas-Osip, Joanna E.[1]; Rodrigo Carrasco Damele, Eleazar[2]. Dome Flat Stability of the Gemini South Adaptive Optics Imager (GSAOI). American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Tord Rantakyro, Fredrik[1]; Hibon, Pascale[2]; Cardwell, Andrew[3]; Sadakuni, Naru[4]; Quiroz, Carlos[5]; Rutten, Rene[6]; Gausachs, Gaston[7]; Galvez, Ramon[8]. First Semester Science Operations with the Gemini Planet Imager. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Petric, Andreea [2]; Geballe, Thomas R.[3]; Mason, Rachel[4]. Can 3000 IR spectra unveil the connection between AGN and the interstellar medium of their host galaxies?. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Cardwell, Andrew[11]; Goodsell, Stephen J.[20]; Hartung, Markus[21]; Hibon, Pascale[22]; Rantakyro, Fredrik[37]; Sadakuni, Naru[38]; Serio, Andrew W.[41]. The Gemini Planet Imager. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Sivo, Gaetano[1]; Garrel, Vincent[12]; Marin, Eduardo[15]; Carrasco, Rodrigo[16]; Schirmer, Mischa[17]; Rambold, William[18]; Moreno, Cristian[19]; Montes, Vanessa[20]; Hardie, Kayla[21]; Trujillo, Chad[22]. On-sky validation of an optimal LQG control with vibration mitigation: from the CANARY Multi-Object Adaptive Optics demonstrator to the Gemini Multi-Conjugated Adaptive Optics facility.. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Miller, Bryan W.[1]. Testing a MOND Prediction in NGC3923. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Leggett, Sandy K.[3]. Infrared Photometry and Spectroscopy of V582 Mon (KH15D). American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[2]. Dissecting a Molecular Shock: Spatially Resolved H2 Line Ratios Across the HH7 Bow Shock. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Roth, Katherine[1]; Gimeno, German[2]; Chiboucas, Kristin[3]; Hibon, Pascale[4]; Gomez, Percy L.[5]; Placco, Vinicius[6]. Commissioning new Hamamatsu CCDs for GMOS-S. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Krogsrud, David[1]; Diaz, Ruben[2]; Ferrero, Gabriel[3]; Mora, Marcelo[4]; Navarete, Felipe[5]; Schirmer, Mischa[6]. Characterization and monitoring of Flamingos-II, a near-IR imager and spectrograph at Gemini South. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Hibon, Pascale[1]; Goodsell, Stephen J.[2]; Hardie, Kayla[3]. The Gemini Instrument Feasibilities Studies project. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Sivo, Gaetano[1]. The Gemini Frontier Field: Multi-conjugate Adaptive Optics Ks-band imaging of selected HST Frontier Field galaxy clusters. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Mason, Rachel[1]; Winge, Claudia[16]; Hoenig, Michael D.[18]. The nuclear near-infrared spectral properties of nearby galaxies. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Madrid, Juan P.[1]. Galaxy Evolution and the Survival of Globular Clusters. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Roth, Katherine[3]. Tidal Disruption Events From Nearby Dwarf Galaxies. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Pessev, Peter[2]. Near Infrared Spectroscopy of Active Galactic Nuclei Using FSpec. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Biddle, Lauren I.[1]; Mason, Rachel[2]; Diaz, Ruben[5]; Schiavon, Ricardo[17]; Winge, Claudia[19]. Accretion Disk and Dust Emission in Low-Luminosity AGN. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Mason, Rachel[4]. Searching for the Nearest Extragalactic Binary Black Hole:A Spectroscopic Study of NGC4736. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Conn, Blair[2]. Investigating the Depth and Data of A Wide Field Survey of the Small Magellanic Cloud. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Placco, Vinicius[6]. Kinematics of the AEGIS Spectroscopic Sample of Milky Way Halo- and Disk-System Stars from SkyMapper. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Geballe, Thomas R.[1]; Lambrides, Erini[3]. New Background Infrared Sources for Studying the Galactic Center's Interstellar Gas. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Margheim, Steven J.[3]. The Close Binary Central Star of the Planetary Nebula PHR J1602-4127. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Ladjal, Djazia[2]. 3D Versus 1D Radiative Transfer Modeling of Planetary Nebulae. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Bergmann, Marcel[6]. Characterizing Transiting Exoplanet Atmospheres with Gemini/GMOS: First Results. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Conn, Blair[18]. First Results from the Survey of the MAgellanic Stellar History (SMASH). American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Ladjal, Djazia[1]. The HerPlaNS far-IR photometric survey of Planetary Nebulae and its contribution to the Emerging Multi-wavelength View. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Ladjal, Djazia[2]. Herschel Planetary Nebula Survey: Spectroscopic Probing of the Nebular Components. American Astronomical Society, 225. January, 2015.

Geballe, T. R.[2]. Gas in the CMZ toward the Galactic nucleus studied by H3+ and CO spectra. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1642:377-379. January, 2015.