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Hans Kienle grad student 1935 Universität Göttingen
 (Zur Pulsationstheorie der δ Cephei-Sterne.)
Svein Rosseland post-doc 1936-1937 Princeton

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George William Collins research assistant 1959 Princeton (Astronomy Tree)
Suketu P Bhavsar research assistant 1975-1976 Princeton
Isadore Epstein grad student 1950 Princeton (Astronomy Tree)
William F. M. Buscombe grad student 1951 Princeton (Astronomy Tree)
Irving N. Rabinowitz grad student 1957 Princeton
Ray J. Weymann grad student 1959 Princeton (Astronomy Tree)
María Teresa Ruiz grad student 1975 Princeton (Astronomy Tree)
Roger J. Tayler post-doc 1953-1954 Princeton
William Kenneth Rose research scientist 1963-1967 Princeton
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Hoyle F, Schwarzschild M. (1999) On the evolution of type II stars Astrophysical Journal. 525: 599-638
Schwarzschild M. (1993) Self-consistent models for galactic halos The Astrophysical Journal. 409: 563-577
Zeeuw TD, Schwarzschild M. (1991) The Ring Instability in Radially Cold Oblate Galaxy Models The Astrophysical Journal. 369: 57-78
Zeeuw TD, Schwarzschild M. (1989) Orbital contributions to the stability of triaxial galaxies The Astrophysical Journal. 345: 84-100
Schwarzschild M. (1987) Galactic Models with Moderate Stochasticity Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 497: 16-21
Schwarzschild M. (1986) Dynamical models for galactic bars - Truncated perfect elliptic disk The Astrophysical Journal. 311: 511
Schwarzschild M. (1982) Triaxial equilibrium models for elliptical galaxies with slow figure rotation The Astrophysical Journal. 263: 599
Schwarzschild M, Spitzer L. (1977) Robert E. Danielson (1931–1976) Icarus. 30: 601-603
Schwarzschild M. (1977) Mixing Between Burned Core Material and Surface Layers Highlights of Astronomy. 4: 205-208
Harm R, Schwarzschild M. (1975) Transition from a red giant to a blue nucleus after ejection of a planetary nebula The Astrophysical Journal. 200: 324-329
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