Holland C. Ford

Affiliations: 
1988- Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Website:
http://physics-astronomy.jhu.edu/directory/holland-ford/
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"Holland Cole Ford"
Bio:

http://krieger.jhu.edu/physics/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2013/02/Ford.pdf

Mean distance: 11.9
 
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Parents

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Donald E. Osterbrock grad student 1970 UW Madison
 (The Kinematics and Stellar Content of Populous Clusters in the Magellanic Clouds.)

Children

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Veselin Kostov grad student Johns Hopkins (Astronomy Tree)
Rupali Chandar grad student 2000 Johns Hopkins
Eric W. Peng grad student 2003 Johns Hopkins
Myungkook J. Jee grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Pavel Machalek grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Waqas A. Bhatti grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
David Riebel grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
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Diego JM, Broadhurst T, Zitrin A, et al. (2015) Hubble frontier field free-form mass mapping of the massive multiple-merging cluster MACSJ0717.5+3745 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 451: 3920-3932
Infante L, Zheng W, Laporte N, et al. (2015) YOUNG GALAXY CANDIDATES in the HUBBLE FRONTIER FIELDS. II. MACS J0416-2403 Astrophysical Journal. 815
Lam D, Broadhurst T, Diego JM, et al. (2014) A rigorous free-form lens model of A2744 to meet the hubble frontier fields challenge Astrophysical Journal. 797
Zheng W, Shu X, Moustakas J, et al. (2014) Young galaxy candidates in the hubble frontier fields. I. A2744 Astrophysical Journal. 795
Zheng W, Postman M, Zitrin A, et al. (2012) A magnified young galaxy from about 500 million years after the Big Bang. Nature. 489: 406-8
Postman M, Lauer TR, Donahue M, et al. (2012) A brightest cluster galaxy with an extremely large flat core Astrophysical Journal. 756
Mei S, Adam Stanford S, Holden BP, et al. (2012) Early-type galaxies at z = 1.3. I. the LYNX supercluster: Cluster and groups at z = 1.3. Morphology and color-magnitude relation Astrophysical Journal. 754
Bradley LD, Bouwens RJ, Zitrin A, et al. (2012) Through the looking glass: Bright, highly magnified galaxy candidates at z ∼ 7 behind A1703 Astrophysical Journal. 747
Jee MJ, Dawson KS, Hoekstra H, et al. (2011) Scaling relations and overabundance of massive clusters at z ≳ 1 from weak-lensing studies with the hubble space telescope Astrophysical Journal. 737
Golimowski DA, Krist JE, Stapelfeldt KR, et al. (2011) Hubble and spitzer space telescope observations of the debris disk around the nearby K dwarf HD92945 Astronomical Journal. 142
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