Place: INSCC 465
Time: Tue 10:30am-11:00am and Fri 10:30am-11:00am (if there is no HEAP seminar)
Selected abstracts for 2011-11-29
[The topics are not limited to these, and you are welcome to bring up whatever you'd like to discuss.]
Three classical Cepheid variable stars in the nuclear bulge of the Milky Way
N. Matsunaga, T. Kawadu, S. Nishiyama, T. Nagayama, N. Kobayashi, M. Tamura, G. Bono, M. W. Feast, T. Nagata
Globular Cluster Abundances from High-Resolution, Integrated-Light Spectroscopy. IV. The Large Magellanic Cloud: alpha, Fe-peak, Light, and Heavy Elements
J. E. Colucci, R. A. Bernstein, S. A. Cameron, A. McWilliam
An Experiment to Locate the Site of TeV Flaring in M87
D. E. Harris, F. Massaro, C. C. Cheung, D. Horns, M. Raue, L. Stawarz, S. Wagner, P. Colin, D. Mazin, R. Wagner, M. Beilicke, S. LeBohec, M. Hui, R. Mukherjee
The 2010 very high energy gamma-ray flare & 10 years of multi-wavelength observations of M 87
What is a Spectrum?
Adam S. Bolton, Stephen Bailey, Joel Brownstein, Parul Pandey, David Schlegel, Yiping Shu
Measuring the Geometry of the Universe from Weak Gravitational Lensing behind Galaxy Groups in the HST COSMOS survey
James E. Taylor, Richard J. Massey, Alexie Leauthaud, et al.
Evidence for dark matter contraction and a Salpeter IMF in a massive early-type galaxy
Alessandro Sonnenfeld, Tommaso Treu, Raphael Gavazzi, et al. (including Adam Bolton)
Origin of multiple nuclei in ultraluminous infrared galaxies
Hidenori Matsui, Takayuki R. Saitoh, Junichiro Makino, et al.
The Large, Oxygen-Rich Halos of Star-Forming Galaxies Are a Major Reservoir of Galactic Metals
J. Tumlinson, C. Thom, J. K. Werk, et al.
Science, 334, 948-952 (2011)
Pair-Instability Supernovae via Collision Runaway in Young Dense Star Clusters
Tony Pan, Abraham Loeb, Daniel Kasen
Probing the neutrino mass hierarchy with the rise time of a supernova burst
Sovan Chakraborty et al.
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