University of California, Davis
His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Astronomy, Quasar, OVV quasar and Galaxy. His Astrophysics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Spectral line. His biological study focuses on Galaxy cluster.
Quasar connects with themes related to Redshift in his study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Redshift survey and Observatory in addition to Sky. His study in Gravitational lens is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Luminosity, Luminosity function, Large quasar group and Emission spectrum.
Astrophysics, Astronomy, Galaxy, Quasar and Redshift are his primary areas of study. Michael D. Gregg frequently studies issues relating to Spectral line and Astrophysics. His work carried out in the field of Spectral line brings together such families of science as Observatory and Optical polarization.
His Quasar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sky, Luminosity, Emission spectrum and Gravitational lens. His Gravitational lens research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Gravitational microlensing and Dark matter. Michael D. Gregg interconnects Magnitude, Telescope, Radio galaxy and Stars in the investigation of issues within Redshift.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Astronomy, Galaxy, Globular cluster and Quasar. His study in Redshift, Active galactic nucleus, Galaxy cluster, Luminosity and Spectral energy distribution falls under the purview of Astrophysics. Michael D. Gregg works in the field of Redshift, focusing on OVV quasar in particular.
In the field of Astronomy, his study on Stars overlaps with subjects such as Debris. His Globular cluster research incorporates elements of Elliptical galaxy, Dwarf galaxy, Milky Way, Advanced Camera for Surveys and Star cluster. His Quasar research also works with subjects such as
Michael D. Gregg focuses on Astrophysics, Astronomy, Galaxy, Quasar and Active galactic nucleus. His study in Sky, OVV quasar, Globular cluster, Galaxy cluster and Galaxy formation and evolution is done as part of Astrophysics. He focuses mostly in the field of Globular cluster, narrowing it down to matters related to Virgo Cluster and, in some cases, Luminosity.
His work on Markarian galaxies, Reverberation mapping and Velocity dispersion as part of general Galaxy research is frequently linked to Amplitude, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The various areas that Michael D. Gregg examines in his Quasar study include Spectral line, Schwarzschild radius and Equivalent width. The Active galactic nucleus study combines topics in areas such as Line-of-sight, Virial theorem and Luminous infrared galaxy.
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A Catalog of 1.4 GHz Radio Sources from the FIRST Survey
Richard L. White;Robert H. Becker;David J. Helfand;Michael D. Gregg.
The Astrophysical Journal (1997)
A Survey of z > 5.7 Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. II. Discovery of Three Additional Quasars at z > 6
Xiaohui Fan;Xiaohui Fan;Michael A. Strauss;Donald P. Schneider;Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker.
The Astronomical Journal (2003)
The discovery of a luminous z = 5.80 quasar from the sloan digital sky survey
Fan Xiaohui;Richard L. White;Marc Davis;Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker.
The Astronomical Journal (2000)
THE FIRST BRIGHT QUASAR SURVEY. II. 60 NIGHTS AND 1200 SPECTRA LATER
Richard L. White;Richard L. White;Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker;Michael D. Gregg;Michael D. Gregg;Sally A. Laurent-Muehleisen;Sally A. Laurent-Muehleisen;Sally A. Laurent-Muehleisen.
Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series (2000)
Binary Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Evidence for Excess Clustering on Small Scales
Joseph F. Hennawi;Joseph F. Hennawi;Michael Abram Strauss;Masamune Oguri;Masamune Oguri;Naohisa Inada.
The Astronomical Journal (2006)
Properties of Radio-selected Broad Absorption Line Quasars from the First Bright Quasar Survey
Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker;Robert H. Becker;Richard L. White;Richard L. White;Michael D. Gregg;Michael D. Gregg;Michael D. Gregg;Michael S. Brotherton;Michael S. Brotherton.
The Astrophysical Journal (2000)
Substructure and Dynamics of the Fornax Cluster
Michael J. Drinkwater;Michael D. Gregg;Matthew Colless.
The Astrophysical Journal (2001)
A class of compact dwarf galaxies from disruptive processes in galaxy clusters
M. J. Drinkwater;M. D. Gregg;M. D. Gregg;M. Hilker;K. Bekki.
Composite Spectra from the FIRST Bright Quasar Survey
M. S. Brotherton;Hien D. Tran;R. H. Becker;Michael D. Gregg.
The Astrophysical Journal (2001)
Compact Stellar Systems in the Fornax Cluster: Super-massive Star Clusters or Extremely Compact Dwarf Galaxies?
M. J. Drinkwater;J. B. Jones;M. D. Gregg;S. Phillipps.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia (2000)
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