Catherine A. Pilachowski

Astronomy Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Astronomy and Astrophysics
"Catherine Pilachowski"


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Walter Karl Bonsack grad student 1975 University of Hawai'i at Manoa (Physics Tree)
 (The Luminosities and Compositions of a Group of Mildly Peculiar Late-Type Giant Stars.)
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Johnson CI, Rich RM, Young MD, et al. (2020) Blanco DECam Bulge Survey (BDBS) II: Project Performance, Data Analysis, and Early Science Results Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Lebzelter T, Hinkle KH, Straniero O, et al. (2019) Carbon and Oxygen Isotopic Ratios. II. Semiregular Variable M Giants The Astrophysical Journal. 886: 117
Maas ZG, Gerber JM, Deibel A, et al. (2019) Carbon Isotope Ratios in M10 Giants The Astrophysical Journal. 878: 43
Maas ZG, Cescutti G, Pilachowski CA. (2019) Phosphorus Abundances in the Hyades and Galactic Disk The Astronomical Journal. 158: 219
Böcek Topcu G, Afşar M, Sneden C, et al. (2019) Chemical abundances of open clusters from high-resolution infrared spectra – I. NGC 6940 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 485: 4625-4640
Maas ZG, Pilachowski CA. (2018) Chlorine Isotope Ratios in M Giants The Astronomical Journal. 156: 2
Maas ZG, Pilachowski CA, Cescutti G. (2017) Phosphorus Abundances in FGK Stars The Astrophysical Journal. 841: 108
Punzi KM, Kastner JH, Melis C, et al. (2017) Is the Young Star RZ Piscium Consuming Its Own (Planetary) Offspring The Astronomical Journal. 155: 33
Bowman WP, Pilachowski CA, Zee Lv, et al. (2017) Photometric Detection of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters Using Integrated Light The Astronomical Journal. 154: 131
Jurcsik J, Smitola P, Hajdu G, et al. (2017) Photometric and radial-velocity time series of RR Lyrae stars in M3: analysis of single-mode variables Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 468: 1317-1337
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