James R. Graham
James R. Graham
E-mail megerősítve itt: berkeley.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Optical images of an exosolar planet 25 light-years from Earth
P Kalas, JR Graham, E Chiang, MP Fitzgerald, M Clampin, ES Kite, ...
science 322 (5906), 1345-1348, 2008
Design and development of NIRSPEC: a near-infrared echelle spectrograph for the Keck II telescope
IS McLean, EE Becklin, O Bendiksen, G Brims, J Canfield, DF Figer, ...
Infrared Astronomical Instrumentation 3354, 566-578, 1998
First light of the gemini planet imager
B Macintosh, JR Graham, P Ingraham, Q Konopacky, C Marois, M Perrin, ...
proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (35), 12661-12666, 2014
A planetary system as the origin of structure in Fomalhaut's dust belt
P Kalas, JR Graham, M Clampin
Nature 435 (7045), 1067-1070, 2005
Discovery and spectroscopy of the young jovian planet 51 Eri b with the Gemini Planet Imager
B Macintosh, JR Graham, T Barman, RJ De Rosa, Q Konopacky, ...
Science 350 (6256), 64-67, 2015
Two ten-billion-solar-mass black holes at the centres of giant elliptical galaxies
NJ McConnell, CP Ma, K Gebhardt, SA Wright, JD Murphy, TR Lauer, ...
Nature 480 (7376), 215-218, 2011
Lithium in brown dwarf candidates: the mass and age of the faintest Pleiades stars
G Basri, GW Marcy, JR Graham
The Astrophysical Journal 458, 600, 1996
Massive stars in the arches cluster
DF Figer, F Najarro, D Gilmore, M Morris, SS Kim, E Serabyn, IS McLean, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 581 (1), 258, 2002
The Gemini Planet Imager: from science to design to construction
BA Macintosh, JR Graham, DW Palmer, R Doyon, J Dunn, DT Gavel, ...
Adaptive Optics Systems 7015, 701518, 2008
The gemini deep planet survey
D Lafreniere, R Doyon, C Marois, D Nadeau, BR Oppenheimer, PF Roche, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 670 (2), 1367, 2007
The Gemini planet imager
B Macintosh, J Graham, D Palmer, R Doyon, D Gavel, J Larkin, ...
Advances in Adaptive Optics II 6272, 62720L, 2006
A population of faint extended line emitters and the host galaxies of optically thick QSO absorption systems
M Rauch, M Haehnelt, A Bunker, G Becker, F Marleau, J Graham, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 681 (2), 856, 2008
Hubble space telescope and Chandra monitoring of the Crab synchrotron nebula
JJ Hester, K Mori, D Burrows, JS Gallagher, JR Graham, M Halverson, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 577 (1), L49, 2002
The planet around 51 Pegasi
GW Marcy, RP Butler, E Williams, L Bildsten, JR Graham, AM Ghez, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 481 (2), 926, 1997
Discovery of an extraordinarily massive cluster of red supergiants
DF Figer, JW MacKenty, M Robberto, K Smith, F Najarro, RP Kudritzki, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 643 (2), 1166, 2006
The host galaxy of GRB 031203: implications of its low metallicity, low redshift, and starburst nature
JX Prochaska, JS Bloom, HW Chen, KC Hurley, J Melbourne, A Dressler, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 611 (1), 200, 2004
A Galaxy at z= 5.34
A Dey, H Spinrad, D Stern, JR Graham, FH Chaffee
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 498 (2), L93, 1998
Observations of az= 1.44 dusty, ultraluminous galaxy and implications for deep submillimeter surveys
A Dey, JR Graham, RJ Ivison, I Smail, GS Wright, MC Liu
The Astrophysical Journal 519 (2), 610, 1999
Fomalhaut's debris disk and planet: constraining the mass of Fomalhaut b from disk morphology
E Chiang, E Kite, P Kalas, JR Graham, M Clampin
The Astrophysical Journal 693 (1), 734, 2009
Kinematic masses of super-star clusters in M82 from high-resolution near-infrared spectroscopy
N McCrady, AM Gilbert, JR Graham
The Astrophysical Journal 596 (1), 240, 2003
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