American Museum of Natural History
Jacqueline K. Faherty mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Brown dwarf, Stars, Surface gravity and Astronomy. Her Astrophysics research focuses on Proper motion in particular. Jacqueline K. Faherty has researched Brown dwarf in several fields, including Metallicity, Absolute magnitude, Astrometry, Spectral line and Low Mass.
Her Metallicity research includes themes of Subdwarf, Thick disk and Thin disk. Her work on Stellar evolution and Radial velocity as part of general Stars research is often related to Banyan, thus linking different fields of science. The concepts of her Surface gravity study are interwoven with issues in Stellar classification, Exoplanet and Photometry.
Her primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Brown dwarf, Astronomy, Stars and Proper motion. Her Astrophysics research focuses on Radial velocity, Low Mass, Surface gravity, Photometry and Stellar classification. Her Surface gravity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Absorption and Effective temperature.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Spectral line, Spectroscopy, Exoplanet and Astrometry in addition to Brown dwarf. Her work on Galactic plane, Metallicity and Absolute magnitude is typically connected to Banyan as part of general Stars study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Proper motion study which covers Sky that intersects with Luminosity.
Jacqueline K. Faherty spends much of her time researching Astrophysics, Brown dwarf, Planet, Stars and Astronomy. In her research on the topic of Astrophysics, Spectroscopy is strongly related with Spectral line. Her work deals with themes such as Exoplanet, Infrared, Star formation, Astrometry and Stellar classification, which intersect with Brown dwarf.
Her Planet research integrates issues from Citizen science and James Webb Space Telescope. Her Stars study incorporates themes from Equivalent width and Sky. She has included themes like Angular distance and Effective temperature in her Proper motion study.
Jacqueline K. Faherty mainly investigates Brown dwarf, Astrophysics, Planet, Astronomy and Stars. Her studies deal with areas such as Radial velocity, Spectral line, Astrometry, Parallax and Planetary mass as well as Brown dwarf. Her Radial velocity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atmosphere, Minimum mass, Star formation, Surface gravity and Stellar classification.
Many of her research projects under Astrophysics are closely connected to Type and Tangential velocity with Type and Tangential velocity, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Low Mass and White dwarf. Her biological study focuses on Epoch.
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The Brown Dwarf Kinematics Project (BDKP) I. Proper Motions and Tangential Velocities for a Large Sample of Late-type M, L and T Dwarfs
Jacqueline K. Faherty;Adam J. Burgasser;Kelle L. Cruz;Michael M. Shara.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2008)
BANYAN. XI. The BANYAN $\Sigma$ multivariate Bayesian algorithm to identify members of young associations within 150 pc.
Jonathan Gagné;Eric E. Mamajek;Lison Malo;Adric Riedel.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2018)
The Brown Dwarf Kinematics Project (BDKP). III. Parallaxes for 70 Ultracool Dwarfs
Jacqueline K. Faherty;Adam J. Burgasser;Frederick M. Walter;Nicole Van der Bliek.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2012)
BANYAN. XI. The BANYAN Σ Multivariate Bayesian Algorithm to Identify Members of Young Associations with 150 pc
Jonathan Gagné;Eric E. Mamajek;Eric E. Mamajek;Lison Malo;Adric Riedel.
The Astrophysical Journal (2018)
SpeX Spectroscopy of Unresolved Very Low-Mass Binaries. I. Identification of Seventeen Candidate Binaries Straddling the L Dwarf/T Dwarf Transition
Adam J. Burgasser;Kelle L. Cruz;Michael Cushing;Christopher R. Gelino.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2009)
The Brown Dwarf Kinematics Project I. Proper motions and tangential velocities for a large sample of late-type M, L, and T dwarfs
Jacqueline K. Faherty;Jacqueline K. Faherty;Adam J. Burgasser;Kelle L. Cruz;Michael M. Shara.
The Astronomical Journal (2009)
The Brown Dwarf Kinematics Project (BDKP. III. Parallaxes for 70 Ultracool Dwarfs
Jacqueline K Faherty;Jacqueline K Faherty;Jacqueline K Faherty;Adam J Burgasser;Frederick M Walter;Nicole Van der Bliek.
The Astrophysical Journal (2012)
Fundamental Parameters and Spectral Energy Distributions of Young and Field Age Objects with Masses Spanning the Stellar to Planetary Regime
Joseph C. Filippazzo;Joseph C. Filippazzo;Emily L. Rice;Emily L. Rice;Jacqueline Faherty;Jacqueline Faherty;Kelle L. Cruz;Kelle L. Cruz.
The Astrophysical Journal (2015)
2MASSJ035523.51+113337.4: A Young, Dusty, Nearby, Isolated Brown Dwarf Resembling A Giant Exoplanet
Jacqueline K. Faherty;Emily L. Rice;Kelle L. Cruz;Eric E. Mamajek.
arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (2012)
SpeX SPECTROSCOPY OF UNRESOLVED VERY LOW MASS BINARIES. I. IDENTIFICATION OF 17 CANDIDATE BINARIES STRADDLING THE L DWARF/T DWARF TRANSITION
Adam J. Burgasser;Adam J. Burgasser;Adam J. Burgasser;Kelle L. Cruz;Kelle L. Cruz;Michael Cushing;Michael Cushing;Christopher R. Gelino.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
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