Astrophysical Studies at ISR
Researchers at the Institute for Scientific Research study the infrared properties of evolved stars and star-forming regions in the Milky Way and nearby galaxies, such as the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds. We are also engaged in improving the spectroscopic and photometric reliabilty of the stellar spectra that are used for to calibrate space- and ground-based telescopes.
Sloan, G. C., Kraemer, K. E., McDonald, I., et al. 2016, "The Infrared Spectral Properties of Magellanic Carbon Stars," ApJ, 826, 44
Sloan, G. C., Goes, C. W., Ramirez, R., Kraemer, K. E., & Engelke, C. W. 2015, "Infrared Spectroscopy of M Giants,'' ApJ, 811, 45
Ryan, E. L., Mizuno, D. R., Shenoy, S. S., Woodward, C. E., Carey, S. J., Noriega-Crespo, A., Kraemer, K. E., & Price, S. D. 2015, "The kilometer-sized Main Belt asteroid population revealed by Spitzer,'' A&A, 578, A42
Price, S. D. 2011, “The AFCRL Lunar and Planetary Research Branch,” J. Astr. History & Heritage, 14, 115-128. ADS.
Point of contact for this project is Kathleen Kraemer.