Research

Theory Group

Cosmology

Cosmic Reionization

Early Universe

First Stars & Galaxies

Fundamental Physics

Structure Formation

Extragalactic Astrophysics

Active Galactic Nuclei

Clusters of Galaxies

Theoretical & Computational Astrophysics

Galactic Evolution

ISM and Star Formation

Milky Way Evolution

Planetary Sciences

Astrobiology

Planet Formation

Stellar Astrophysics

Asteroseismology

Gamma-ray Bursts

Neutron Stars & Magnetars

Supernovae

White Dwarfs

Theory Group : Planetary Sciences : Planet Formation

Erik Brugamyer, John Scalo


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John Scalo  

Professor

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Research Interests

Star formation; interstellar medium; turbulence; galaxy evolution; complex systems; astrobiology.

Group Areas

Planetary Systems, Atmospheres & Life, Theory, Astrobiology, Planet Formation, ISM and Star Formation, Milky Way Evolution, Star Formation & Protoplanetary Disks


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Erik Brugamyer  

Graduate Student

Group Areas

Planetary Systems, Extrasolar Planetary Systems, Planet Formation

The growth of the ultradense exoplanet HD 149026b. At t = 1.57 Myr, when the planet reaches its current mass of 115 Earth masses, the core is 66 Earth masses, in excellent agreement with the observed transit depth.

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Discovering the Growth Histories of Exoplanets: The Saturn Analog HD 149026b astro-ph