Yutaka Matsubara mainly focuses on Astrophysics, Astronomy, Gravitational microlensing, Planet and Planetary system. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Astrophysics, Amplitude is strongly linked to Radius. His work carried out in the field of Gravitational microlensing brings together such families of science as Gas giant, Primary and Bulge.
His Planet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Light curve and Stellar mass. His Planetary system research incorporates themes from Orbital elements, Orbital inclination, Orbital eccentricity and Jupiter. His work is dedicated to discovering how Planetary mass, Jovian are connected with Angular diameter and other disciplines.
Yutaka Matsubara focuses on Astrophysics, Gravitational microlensing, Astronomy, Planet and Light curve. His work on Mass ratio, Gamma ray, Stars and Telescope as part of his general Astrophysics study is frequently connected to Einstein radius, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Gravitational microlensing course of study focuses on Planetary system and Low Mass.
The Rogue planet and Stellar mass research Yutaka Matsubara does as part of his general Astronomy study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Microlensing Observations in Astrophysics and Event, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Planet connects with themes related to Proper motion in his study. Yutaka Matsubara combines subjects such as Lens, Perturbation, Event and Binary star with his study of Light curve.
Yutaka Matsubara mainly investigates Gravitational microlensing, Astrophysics, Planet, Light curve and Mass ratio. The various areas that Yutaka Matsubara examines in his Gravitational microlensing study include Planetary system, Low Mass and Parallax. His study looks at the relationship between Astrophysics and topics such as Lens, which overlap with Gravitation.
His Planet research integrates issues from Subgiant and Proper motion. His Mass ratio research incorporates elements of Planetary mass, Gas giant and Circumbinary planet. Yutaka Matsubara frequently studies issues relating to Gamma ray and Astronomy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Gravitational microlensing, Astrophysics, Planet, Planetary system and Light curve. Stars and Astronomy are the subject areas of his Gravitational microlensing study. His study ties his expertise on Magnification together with the subject of Astronomy.
His work on Mass ratio and Star is typically connected to Einstein radius and Orbit as part of general Astrophysics study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Planet study also includes fields such as
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Extension of the Cosmic-Ray Energy Spectrum Beyond the Predicted Greisen-Zatsepin-Kuz'min Cutoff
M. Takeda;N. Hayashida;K. Honda;N. Inoue.
Physical Review Letters (1998)
Discovery of a cool planet of 5.5 Earth masses through gravitational microlensing
J.-P. Beaulieu;D. P. Bennett;P. Fouqué;A. Williams.
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.
Discovery of TeV Gamma Rays from SN 1006: Further Evidence for the Supernova Remnant Origin of Cosmic Rays
T. Tanimori;Y. Hayami;S. Kamei;S. A. Dazeley.
The Astrophysical Journal (1998)
OGLE 2003-BLG-235/MOA 2003-BLG-53: A planetary microlensing event
I. A. Bond;A. Udalski;M. Jaroszynski;N. J. Rattenbury.
arXiv: Astrophysics (2004)
The acceleration of cosmic-ray protons in the supernova remnant RX J1713.7–3946
R. Enomoto;T. Tanimori;T. Naito;T. Yoshida.
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.
The Astrophysical Journal (2010)
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