2022 - Research.com Physics in New Zealand Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Gravitational microlensing, Planet, Astronomy and Planetary system. His work in Mass ratio, Exoplanet, Bulge, Jupiter and Thick disk is related to Astrophysics. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mass ratio, Einstein radius are connected with Solar System and other disciplines.
His Gravitational microlensing study deals with the bigger picture of Stars. His Planet study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Light curve and Stellar mass. His Planetary system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Orbital elements, Orbital inclination and Orbital eccentricity.
Ian A. Bond mainly investigates Astrophysics, Gravitational microlensing, Planet, Astronomy and Light curve. His study in Mass ratio, Stars, Bulge, Einstein radius and Brown dwarf is carried out as part of his Astrophysics studies. Ian A. Bond works mostly in the field of Gravitational microlensing, limiting it down to topics relating to Exoplanet and, in certain cases, Stellar mass and Terrestrial planet, as a part of the same area of interest.
His research on Planet often connects related topics like Low Mass. His studies in Light curve integrate themes in fields like Perturbation, Event, Photometry and Caustic. His work deals with themes such as Gas giant and Jupiter, which intersect with Planetary system.
His primary areas of investigation include Gravitational microlensing, Astrophysics, Planet, Mass ratio and Light curve. Research on Stars and Astronomy is a part of his Gravitational microlensing study. Astrophysics connects with themes related to Parallax in his study.
His work on Planetary system and Jupiter as part of his general Planet study is frequently connected to Orbit, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His research in Mass ratio intersects with topics in Circumbinary planet, Primary, Planetary mass and Giant planet. His research in Light curve focuses on subjects like Lens, which are connected to Gravitation.
Ian A. Bond spends much of his time researching Gravitational microlensing, Astrophysics, Planet, Light curve and Planetary system. He has included themes like Low Mass, Mass ratio, Bulge and Proper motion in his Gravitational microlensing study. The various areas that he examines in his Mass ratio study include Circumbinary planet and Einstein radius.
Proper motion is a subfield of Astronomy that Ian A. Bond tackles. He performs integrative Astrophysics and Counter rotating research in his work. Ian A. Bond studied Planet and Metallicity that intersect with Very Large Telescope.
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Discovery of a cool planet of 5.5 Earth masses through gravitational microlensing
J.-P. Beaulieu;D. P. Bennett;P. Fouqué;A. Williams.
The WFCAM Science Archive
N. C. Hambly;R. S. Collins;N. J. G. Cross;R. G. Mann.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2007)
OGLE 2003-BLG-235/MOA 2003-BLG-53: A Planetary Microlensing Event
I. A. Bond;A. Udalski;M. Jaroszyński;M. Jaroszyński;N. J. Rattenbury.
The Astrophysical Journal (2004)
Unbound or distant planetary mass population detected by gravitational microlensing
T. Sumi;K. Kamiya;D. P. Bennett.
Real-time difference imaging analysis of moa galactic bulge observations during 2000
I.A. Bond;I.A. Bond;F. Abe;R.J. Dodd;R.J. Dodd;R.J. Dodd;J.B. Hearnshaw.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2001)
Discovery of a Jupiter/Saturn Analog with Gravitational Microlensing
B. S. Gaudi;D. P. Bennett;A. Udalski;A. Gould.
The WFCAM Science Archive
Nigel Hambly;Ross Collins;Nicholas Cross;Robert Mann.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2008)
Frequency of Solar-Like Systems and of Ice and Gas Giants Beyond the Snow Line from High-Magnification Microlensing Events in 2005-2008
A. Gould;Subo Dong;B.S. Gaudi;A. Udalski.
arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (2010)
Chemical evolution of the Galactic bulge as traced by microlensed dwarf and subgiant stars - V. Evidence for a wide age distribution and a complex MDF
Thomas Bensby;J. C. Yee;Sofia Feltzing;J. A. Johnson.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2013)
Chemical evolution of the Galactic bulge as traced by microlensed dwarf and subgiant stars IV. Two bulge populations
Thomas Bensby;Thomas Bensby;Daniel Adén;J. Melendez;A. Gould.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2011)
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