UT Faculty/Researcher Works
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18 Sco: A Solar Twin Rich In Refractory And Neutron-Capture Elements. Implications For Chemical Tagging We study with unprecedented detail the chemical composition and stellar parameters of the solar twin 18 Sco in a strictly differential sense relative to the Sun. Our study is mainly based on high-resolution (R similar to ...
We report on the analysis of 436.1 hr of nearly continuous high-speed photometry on the pulsating db white dwarf GD358 acquired with the Whole Earth Telescope (WET) during the 2006 international observing run, designated ...
We present the first definitive measurement of the absolute magnitude of RR Lyrae c-type variable stars (RRc) determined purely from statistical parallax. We use a sample of 242 RRc variables selected from the All Sky ...
We present a comprehensive survey of boron abundances in diffuse interstellar clouds from observations made with the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) of the Hubble Space Telescope. Our sample of 56 Galactic sight ...
Abundances relative to iron for carbon, nitrogen, strontium, and barium are presented for 33 stars on the red giant branch (RGB) of the globular cluster omega Centauri. They are based on intermediate-resolution spectroscopic ...
We present a mid-infrared high spectral resolution spectrum of CRL618 in the frequency ranges 778-784 and 1227-1249 cm(-1) (8.01-8.15 and 12.75-12.85 mu m) taken with the Texas Echelon-cross-Echelle Spectrograph (TEXES) ...
We compare QSO emission-line spectra to predictions based on theoretical ionizing continua of accretion disks. The observed line intensities do not show the expected trend of higher ionization with theoretical accretion ...
The validity of the hypothesis that the massive black holes in high redshift quasars grew from stellar-sized "seeds" is contingent on a seed's ability to double its mass every few 10 million years. This requires that the ...
Photometry with the Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys (HSTACS) reveals that the subgiant branch (SGB) of the globular cluster NGC 1851 splits into two well-defined branches. If the split is due only to an ...
The ACS Survey of Galactic globular clusters is a Hubble Space Telescope Treasury program designed to provide a new large, deep, and homogeneous photometric database. Based on observations from this program, we have measured ...