His primary scientific interests are in Astrophysics, Planet, Astronomy, Exoplanet and Planetary system. His Stars, Light curve, Orbital period, Giant planet and Spitzer Space Telescope investigations are all subjects of Astrophysics research. His Planet research incorporates elements of Effective temperature, Transit and Radial velocity.
His work on Stellar rotation, Kepler, Exomoon and Intermediate-mass black hole is typically connected to Stellar mass as part of general Astronomy study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Exoplanet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Terrestrial planet and Neptune. His study in Planetary system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stellar classification and Discoveries of exoplanets.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Astrophysics, Planet, Astronomy, Exoplanet and Stars. His Astrophysics course of study focuses on Transit and Ephemeris. His Planet study incorporates themes from Metallicity, Radius and Photometry.
When carried out as part of a general Exoplanet research project, his work on Dwarf star is frequently linked to work in Stellar mass, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spectral line and Flare. The various areas that Joel D. Hartman examines in his Planetary system study include Gas giant and Orbital eccentricity.
Joel D. Hartman mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Planet, Stars, Exoplanet and Hot Jupiter. His work in Radial velocity, Orbital period, Photometry, Light curve and Photometry are all subfields of Astrophysics research. His studies deal with areas such as Apparent magnitude and Autoregressive integrated moving average as well as Light curve.
The Planet study combines topics in areas such as Radius and Transit. His Exoplanet study results in a more complete grasp of Astronomy. His study explores the link between Planetary system and topics such as Orbital eccentricity that cross with problems in Circular orbit and Planetary migration.
Joel D. Hartman focuses on Planet, Stars, Astrophysics, Exoplanet and Hot Jupiter. Planet is a subfield of Astronomy that Joel D. Hartman tackles. His Stars research incorporates themes from Radius and Flare.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Orbital period and Neptune in addition to Exoplanet. As a part of the same scientific family, Joel D. Hartman mostly works in the field of Planetary system, focusing on Orbital eccentricity and, on occasion, Planetary migration and Circular orbit. He combines subjects such as Variable star, Stellar rotation and Open cluster with his study of Light curve.
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Obliquities of Hot Jupiter host stars: Evidence for tidal interactions and primordial misalignments
Simon H. Albrecht;Joshua Nathan Winn;John Asher Johnson;John Asher Johnson;Andrew W. Howard.
The Astrophysical Journal (2012)
Kepler-9: a system of multiple planets transiting a Sun-like star, confirmed by timing variations.
Matthew J. Holman;Daniel C. Fabrycky;Darin Ragozzine;Eric B. Ford.
HAT-P-16b: A 4 Mj Planet Transiting A Bright Star On An Eccentric Orbit
L. A. Buchhave;G. A. Bakos;J. D. Hartman;G. Torres.
arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (2010)
HAT-P-11b: A super-neptune planet transiting a bright K star in the kepler field
G. Á. Bakos;G. Torres;A. Pál;A. Pál;J. Hartman.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
ASTROMETRIC EXOPLANET DETECTION WITH GAIA
Michael Perryman;Michael Perryman;Joel Hartman;Gaspar Aron Bakos;Gaspar Aron Bakos;Lennart Lindegren.
The Astrophysical Journal (2014)
Orbital Phase Variations of the Eccentric Giant Planet HAT-P-2b
Nikole K. Lewis;Heather A. Knutson;Adam P. Showman;Nicolas B. Cowan.
arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (2013)
HAT-P-16b: A 4 MJ PLANET TRANSITING A BRIGHT STAR ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT
L. A. Buchhave;L. A. Buchhave;G. Á. Bakos;J. D. Hartman;G. Torres.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
A multiwavelength view of the TeV blazar markarian 421: Correlated variability, flaring, and spectral evolution
M. Błazejowski;G. Blaylock;I. H. Bond;S. M. Bradbury.
The Astrophysical Journal (2005)
A 15.65-solar-mass black hole in an eclipsing binary in the nearby spiral galaxy M 33
Jerome A. Orosz;Jeffrey E. McClintock;Ramesh Narayan;Charles D. Bailyn.
HATSouth: A Global Network of Fully Automated Identical Wide-Field Telescopes
G. Á. Bakos;G. Á. Bakos;G. Á. Bakos;Z. Csubry;Z. Csubry;K. Penev;K. Penev;D. Bayliss.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (2013)
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