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Martin Samuel Burkhead grad student 1979 Indiana University
 (Extended radio sources in the cluster environment)
Frazer Nelson Owen grad student 1979 Indiana University (Physics Tree)


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David J. Batuski grad student 1986 Univ. of New Mexico (Physics Tree)
Samuel W. Skillman grad student 2013 CU Boulder
Joseph Ward Moody post-doc Univ. of New Mexico (Physics Tree)
Michael James Ledlow post-doc 1995-1997 New Mexico State
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Raja R, Rahaman M, Datta A, et al. (2020) Probing the Origin of Diffuse Radio Emission in the Cool Core of the Phoenix Galaxy Cluster The Astrophysical Journal. 889: 128
Raja R, Rahaman M, Datta A, et al. (2020) Diffuse radio emission in the galaxy cluster SPT-CL J2031−4037: a steep-spectrum intermediate radio halo? Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 493
Bassett N, Rapetti D, Burns JO, et al. (2020) Characterizing the Radio Quiet Region Behind the Lunar Farside for Low Radio Frequency Experiments Advances in Space Research. 66: 1265-1275
Nhan BD, Bordenave DD, Bradley RF, et al. (2019) Assessment of the Projection-induced Polarimetry Technique for Constraining the Foreground Spectrum in Global 21 cm Cosmology The Astrophysical Journal. 883: 126
Alden B, Hallman EJ, Rapetti D, et al. (2019) The galaxy cluster ‘Pypeline’ for X-ray temperature maps: ClusterPyXT Astronomy and Computing. 27: 147-155
Burns JO, Mellinkoff B, Spydell M, et al. (2019) Science on the lunar surface facilitated by low latency telerobotics from a Lunar Orbital Platform - Gateway Acta Astronautica. 154: 195-203
Hallman EJ, Alden B, Rapetti D, et al. (2018) Probing the Curious Case of a Galaxy Cluster Merger in Abell 115 with High-fidelity Chandra X-Ray Temperature and Radio Maps The Astrophysical Journal. 859: 44
Tauscher K, Rapetti D, Burns JO. (2018) A new goodness-of-fit statistic and its application to 21-cm cosmology Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics. 2018: 15-15
Burns JO, Bradley R, Tauscher K, et al. (2017) A Space-based Observational Strategy for Characterizing the First Stars and Galaxies Using the Redshifted 21 cm Global Spectrum The Astrophysical Journal. 844: 33
Nhan BD, Bradley RF, Burns JO. (2017) A Polarimetric Approach for Constraining the Dynamic Foreground Spectrum for Cosmological Global 21 cm Measurements The Astrophysical Journal. 836: 90
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