Items where Subject is "F500 Astronomy"

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Hedges, Christina, Hughes, Alex, Zhou, George, David, Trevor J., Becker, Juliette, Giacalone, Steven, Vanderburg, Andrew, Rodriguez, Joseph E., Bieryla, Allyson, Wirth, Christopher, Atherton, Shaun, Fetherolf, Tara, Collins, Karen A., Price-Whelan, Adrian M., Bedell, Megan, Quinn, Samuel N., Gan, Tianjun, Ricker, George R., Latham, David W., Vanderspek, Roland K., Seager, Sara, Winn, Joshua N., Jenkins, Jon M., Kielkopf, John F., Schwarz, Richard P., Dressing, Courtney D., Gonzales, Erica J., Crossfield, Ian J. M., Matthews, Elisabeth C., Jensen, Eric L. N., Furlan, Elise, Gnilka, Crystal L., Howell, Steve B., Lester, Kathryn V., Scott, Nicholas J., Feliz, Dax L., Lund, Michael B., Siverd, Robert J., Stevens, Daniel J., Narita, N., Fukui, A., Murgas, F., Palle, Enric, Sutton, Phil J., Stassun, Keivan G., Bouma, Luke G., Vezie, Michael, Villaseñor, Jesus Noel, Quintana, Elisa V. and Smith, Jeffrey C. (2021) TOI-2076 and TOI-1807: Two Young, Comoving Planetary Systems within 50 pc Identified by TESS that are Ideal Candidates for Further Follow Up. The Astronomical Journal, 162 (2). p. 54. ISSN 0004-6256

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Poretti, E., Koen, C., Martinez, P., Breuer, F., de Alwis Pitts, Dilkushi and Haupt, H. (1997) Discovery and analysis of Gamma Doradus type pulsations in the F0 IV star HR 2740=QW Pup. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 292 (3). pp. 621-630. ISSN 00358711

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Sutton, Phil (2019) Mean Motion Resonances With Nearby Moons: An Unlikely Origin For The Gaps Observed In The Ring Around The Exoplanet J1407b. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 486 (2). pp. 1681-1689. ISSN 0035-8711

Sutton, Phil (2018) On the tidal environment of an outwardly migrating F ring. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 478 (1). pp. 416-424. ISSN 0035-8711

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