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Dietrich Müller grad student 1978 Chicago
 (The energy spectrum of cosmic ray electrons between 9 and 300 GeV)

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Mark H. Finger grad student 1988 Caltech
Stuart B. Anderson grad student 1993 Caltech
William A. Heindl grad student 1987-1994 Caltech
Paul S. Ray grad student 1989-1995 Caltech
Deepto Chakrabarty grad student 1990-1996 Caltech
Danny Towsian Koh grad student 1998 Caltech
Fredrick A. Jenet grad student 2001 Caltech
Adam M. Chandler grad student 2003 Caltech
David B. Levitan grad student 2013 Caltech
Robert J. Brunner post-doc 1997-2002 Caltech (Astronomy Tree)

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Darrell D. E. Long collaborator (Computer Science Tree)
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Burdge KB, El-Badry K, Marsh TR, et al. (2022) A dense 0.1-solar-mass star in a 51-minute-orbital-period eclipsing binary. Nature
Burdge KB, Marsh TR, Fuller J, et al. (2022) A 62-minute orbital period black widow binary in a wide hierarchical triple. Nature. 605: 41-45
Caiazzo I, Burdge KB, Fuller J, et al. (2021) A highly magnetized and rapidly rotating white dwarf as small as the Moon. Nature. 595: 39-42
Kupfer T, Prince TA, van Roestel J, et al. (2021) Year 1 of the ZTF high-cadence Galactic plane survey: strategy, goals, and early results on new single-mode hot subdwarf B-star pulsators Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 505: 1254-1267
Graham MJ, Ford KES, McKernan B, et al. (2020) Candidate Electromagnetic Counterpart to the Binary Black Hole Merger Gravitational-Wave Event S190521g. Physical Review Letters. 124: 251102
Burdge KB, Coughlin MW, Fuller J, et al. (2020) An 8.8 Minute Orbital Period Eclipsing Detached Double White Dwarf Binary The Astrophysical Journal. 905: L7
Pearlman AB, Majid WA, Prince TA, et al. (2020) Multiwavelength Radio Observations of Two Repeating Fast Radio Burst Sources: FRB 121102 and FRB 180916.J0158+65 The Astrophysical Journal. 905: L27
Andreoni I, Lu W, Smith RM, et al. (2020) Zwicky Transient Facility Constraints on the Optical Emission from the Nearby Repeating FRB 180916.J0158+65 The Astrophysical Journal. 896: L2
Scholz P, Cook A, Cruces M, et al. (2020) Simultaneous X-Ray and Radio Observations of the Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB ∼ 180916.J0158+65 The Astrophysical Journal. 901: 165
Soraisam MD, Bildsten L, Drout MR, et al. (2020) Variability of Massive Stars in M31 from the Palomar Transient Factory The Astrophysical Journal. 893: 11
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