Publications

Solar System Publications

  • Wright et al. (2018), “Response to “An empirical examination of WISE/NEOWISE asteroid analysis and results”” [arXiv: 1811.01454].
  • Masiero et al. (2018), “Small and Nearby NEOs Observed by NEOWISE During the First Three Years of Survey: Physical Properties”, AJ [arXiv: 1806.04792].
  • Holman et al. (2018), “A Dwarf Planet Class Object in the 21:5 Resonance with Neptune”, ApJL, v855, L6 [arXiv: 1709.05427].
  • Masiero et al. (2017), “NEOWISE Reactivation Mission Year Three: Asteroid Diameter and Albedos”, AJ, v154, p168 [arXiv: 1708.09504].
  • Bauer, Grav, et al. (2017), “Debiasing the NEOWISE Cryogenic Mission Comet Populations”, AJ, v154, p53.
  • Kramer et al. (2017), “The perihelion emission of comet C/2010 L5 (WISE)”, ApJ, v838, p58.
  • Nugent et al. (2017), “Observed asteroid surface area in the thermal infrared”, AJ, v153, p90.
  • Nugent et al. (2016), “NEOWISE Reactivation Mission Year Two: Asteroid Diameters and Albedos”, ApJ, v152, p63.
  • Wright et al. (2016), “The Albedo Distribution of Near-Earth Asteroids”, AJ, v152, p79. [arXiv: 1606.07421].
  • Grav, Mainzer & Spahr (2016), “Modeling the Performance of the LSST in Surveying the Near-Earth Object Population”, AJ, v151, p172.
  • Bauer et al. (2015), “The NEOWISE-Discovered Comet Population and the CO+CO2 Production Rates”, ApJ, v814, p85. [arXiv: 1509.08446].
  • Nugent et al. (2015), “NEOWISE Reactivation Mission Year One: Preliminary Asteroid Diameters and Albedos”, ApJ, v814, p117. [arXiv: 1509.02522].
  • Emery et al. (2015), “The Complex History of Trojan Asteroids”,  Asteroids IV, University of Arizona Press, p203. [arXiv : 1506.01658].
  • Mainzer et al. (2015), “Space-based Infrared Discovery and Characterization of Minor Planets with NEOWISE”, Handbook of Cosmic Hazards and Planetary Defense, Springer Publishing.
  • Grav et al. (2015), “NEOWISE: Observations of the Irregular Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn”, ApJ. v809, p3.
  • Mainzer et al. (2015), “Survey Simulations of a New Near-Earth Asteroid Detection System”, AJ, v149, p172.
  • Sonnett et al. (2015), “Binary Candidates in the Jovian Trojan and Hilda Populations from NEOWISE Lightcurves”, ApJ, v799, p191.
  • Mainzer et al. (2014), “Initial Performance of the NEOWISE Reactivation Mission”, ApJ, v792, p30.
  • Masiero et al. (2014), “Main Belt Asteroids with WISE/NEOWISE: Near-Infrared Albedos”, ApJ, v791, p121.
  • Stevenson et al. (2014), “Lingering Grains of Truth around Comet 17P/Holmes”, ApJ, v787, p116.
  • Mainzer et al. (2014), “The Population of Tiny Near-Earth Objects Observed by NEOWISE”, ApJ, v784, p110.
  • Bauer et al. (2013), “Centaurs and Scattered Disk Objects in the Thermal Infrared: Analysis of WISE/NEOWISE Observations”, ApJ, v773, p22.
  • Masiero et al. (2013), “Asteroid Family Identification Using the Hierarchical Clustering Method and WISE/NEOWISE Physical Properties”, ApJ, v770, p7.
  • Denneau et al. (2013), “The Pan-STARRS Moving Object Processing System”, PASP, v125, p357.
  • Mainzer et al. (2012), “Physical Parameters of Asteroids Estimated from the WISE 3-band Data and NEOWISE Post-Cryogenic Survey”, ApJL, v760, pL12.
  • Masiero et al. (2012), “Preliminary Analysis of WISE/NEOWISE 3-Band Cryogenic and Post-cryogenic Observations of Main Belt Asteroids”, ApJL, v759, pL8.
  • Grav et al. (2012), “WISE/NEOWISE Observations of the Jovian Trojan Population: Taxonomy”, ApJ, v759, p49.
  • Masiero et al. (2012), “Revising the Age for the Baptistina Asteroid Family Using WISE/NEOWISE Data”, ApJ, v759, p14.
  • Bauer et al. (2012), “WISE/NEOWISE Preliminary Analysis and Highlights of the 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko Near Nucleus Environs”, ApJ, v758, p18.
  • Nugent et al. (2012), “The Yarkovsky Drift’s Influence on NEAs: Trends and Predictions with NEOWISE Measurements”, AJ, v144, p75.
  • Milani et al. (2012), “Identification of known objects in Solar System surveys”, Icarus, v220, p114.
  • Mainzer et al. (2012), “Characterizing Subpopulations within the near-Earth Objects with NEOWISE: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v752, p110.
  • Hsieh et al. (2012), “Observational and Dynamical Characterization of Main-belt Comet P/2010 R2 (La Sagra)”, AJ, v143, p104.
  • Masiero et al. (2012), “A Revised Asteroid Polarization-Albedo Relationship Using WISE/NEOWISE Data”, ApJ, v749, p104.
  • Hsieh et al. (2012), “Discovery of Main-belt Comet P/2006 VW139 by Pan-STARRS 1”, ApJ, v748, p15.
  • Bauer et al. (2012), “WISE/NEOWISE Observation of Active Bodies in the Main Belt”, ApJ, v747, p49.
  • Mainzer et al. (2012), “NEOWISE Studies of Asteroids with Sloan Photometry: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v745, p7.
  • Grav et al. (2012), “WISE/NEOWISE Observations of the Hilda Population: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v744, p197.
  • Mainzer et al. (2011), “NEOWISE Observations of Near-Earth Objects: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v743, p156.
  • Grav et al. (2011), “WISE/NEOWISE Observations of the Jovian Trojans: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v742, p40.
  • Mainzer et al. (2011), “NEOWISE Studies of Spectrophotometrically Classified Asteroids: Preliminary Results”, ApJ, v741, p90.
  • Masiero et al. (2011), “Main Belt Asteroids with WISE/NEOWISE. I. Preliminary Albedos and Diameters”, ApJ, v741, p68.
  • Bauer et al. (2011), “WISE/NEOWISE Observations of Comet 103P/Hartley 2”, ApJ, v738,p171.
  • Mainzer et al. (2011), “Thermal Model Calibration for Minor Planets Observed with WISE/NEOWISE: Comparison with Infrared Astronomical Satellite”, ApJ, v737, p9.
  • Mainzer et al. (2011), “Thermal Model Calibration for Minor Planets Observed with Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer/NEOWISE”, ApJ, v736, p100.
  • Grav et al. (2011), “The Pan-STARRS Synthetic Solar System Model: A Tool for Testing and Efficiency Determination of the Moving Object Processing System”, PASP, v123, p423. (see S3M page for model).
  • Mainzer et al. (2011), “Preliminary Results from NEOWISE: An Enhancement to the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer for Solar System Science”, ApJ, v731, p53.
  • Wang et al. (2010), “Searching for Sub-kilometer Trans-Neptunian Objects Using Pan-STARRS Video Mode Light Curves: Preliminary Study and Evaluation Using Engineering Data”, AJ, v139, p2003.
  • Veres et al. (2009), “Detection of Earth-impacting asteroids with the next generation all-sky surveys”, Icarus, v203, p472.
  • Fraser et al. (2008), “The Kuiper belt luminosity function from m=21 to 26”, Icarus, v195, p827.
  • Grav & Bauer (2007), “A deeper look at the colors of the saturnian irregular satellites”, Icarus, v191, p267.
  • Kubica et al. (2007), “Efficient intra- and inter-night linking of asteroid detections using kd-trees”, Icarus, v189, p151.
  • Jones et al. (2006), “The CFEPS Kuiper Belt Survey: Strategy and pre survey results”, Icarus, v185, p508.
  • Bauer et al. (2006), “The phase curve survey of the irregular saturnian satellites: A possible method of physical classification”, Icarus, v184, p181.
  • Durech et al. (2005), “Asteroid Models from the Pan-STARRS Photometry”, EM&P, v97, p179.
  • Aksnes & Grav (2005), “Orbit correction without variational equations. The orbits of Caliban, 46P/Wirtanen and 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko”, A&A, v441, p815.
  • Grav, Holman & Fraser (2004), “Photometry of Irregular Satellites of Uranus and Neptune”, ApJL, v613, L77.
  • Holman et al. (2004), “Discovery of five irregular moons of Neptune”, Nature, v430, p865.
  • Kavelaars et al. (2004), “The discovery of faint irregular satellites of Uranus”, Icarus, v169, p474.
  • Grav & Holman (2004), “Near-Infrared Photometry of the Irregular Satellites of Jupiter and Saturn”, ApJL,  v605, pL141.
  • Grav et al. (2003), “Photometric survey of the irregular satellites”, Icarus, v166, p33.
  • Grav, Holman & Kavelaars (2003), “The Short Rotation Period of Nereid”, ApJL, v591, p71.
  • Gladman et al. (2002), “Evidence for an Extended Scattered Disk”, Icarus, v157, p269.
  • Gladman et al. (2001), “Discovery of 12 satellites of Saturn exhibiting orbital clustering”, Nature, v412, p163.

Supernova and Gamma-Ray Bursts

  • Sanders et al. (2012), “SN 2010ay is a Luminous and Broad-lined Type Ic Supernova within a Low-metallicity Host Galaxy”, ApJ, v756, p184.
  • Narayan et al. (2011), “Displaying the Heterogeneity of the the SN 2002cx-like Subclass of Type Ia Supernovae with Observations of the Pan-STARRS-1 Discovered SN 2009ku”, ApJL, v731, pL11.
  • Pastorello et al. (2010), “Ultra-bright Optical Transient are Linked with Type Ic Supernovae”, ApJL, v724, pL16.
  • Gezari et al. (2010), “GALEX and Pan-STARRS1 Discovery of SN IIP 2010aq: The First Few Days After Shock Breakout in a Red Supergiant Star”, ApJL, v720, pL77.
  • Botticella et al. (2010), “Supernova 2009kf: An Ultraviolet Bright Type IIP Supernova Discovered with Pan-STARRS 1 and GALEX”, ApJL, v717, pL52.
  • Levan et al. (2006), “The Faint Afterglow and Host Galaxy of the Short-Hard GRB 060121”, ApJL, v648, L9.
  • Jakobsson et al. (2004), “Small-scale variations in the radiating surface of the GRB 011211 jet”, NewA, v9, p435.
  • Greiner et al. (2003), “Evolution of the polarization of the optical afterglow of the gamma-ray burst GRB030329”, Nature, v426, p157.
  • Jakobsson et al. (2003), “The afterglow and the host galaxy of GRB 011211”, A&A, v408, p941.
  • Bersier et al. (2003), “The Unusual Optical Afterglow of the Gamma-Ray Burst GRB 021004: Color Changes and Short-Timescale Variability”, ApJL, v548, pL43
  • Pedersen et al. (1998), “Evidence for Diverse Optical Emission from Gamma-Ray Burst Sources”, ApJ, v496,p311.

Other Topics

  • Chambers et al. (2016), “The Pan-STARRS1 Surveys”, submitted to ApJ.
  • Wright et al. (2014), “NEOWISE-R Observation of the Coolest Known Brown Dwarf”, AJ, v148, p82.
  • Wang et al. (2014), “Characterization of the Praesepe Star Cluster by Photometry and Proper Motions with 2MASS, PPMXL, and Pan-STARRS”, ApJ, v784, p57.
  • Schlafly et al. (2012), “Photometric Calibration of the First 1.5 Years of the Pans-STARRS1 Survey”, ApJ, v756, p158.
  • Gezari et al. (2012), “An ultra-violet flare from the tidal disruption of a helium-rich stellar core”, Nature, v485, p217.
  • Lee et al. (2012), “PAndromeda – First Results from the High-cadence Monitoring of M31 with Pan-STARRS 1”, AJ, v143, p89.

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