Robert D. Mathieu

Affiliations: 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics
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Gosnell NM, Mathieu RD, Geller AM, et al. (2015) IMPLICATIONS for the FORMATION of BLUE STRAGGLER STARS from HST ULTRAVIOLET OBSERVATIONS of NGC 188 Astrophysical Journal. 814
Geller AM, Latham DW, Mathieu RD. (2015) STELLAR RADIAL VELOCITIES in the OLD OPEN CLUSTER M67 (NGC 2682). I. MEMBERSHIPS, BINARIES, and KINEMATICS Astronomical Journal. 150
Leiner EM, Mathieu RD, Gosnell NM, et al. (2015) WIYN OPEN CLUSTER STUDY. LXVI. SPECTROSCOPIC BINARY ORBITS in the YOUNG OPEN CLUSTER M35 (NGC 2168) Astronomical Journal. 150
Gosnell NM, Mathieu RD, Geller AM, et al. (2014) Detection of white dwarf companions to blue stragglers in the open cluster NGC 188: Direct evidence for recent mass transfer Astrophysical Journal Letters. 783
Tofflemire BM, Gosnell NM, Mathieu RD, et al. (2014) WIYN open cluster study. LIX. Radial velocity membership of the evolved population of the old open cluster NGC 6791 Astronomical Journal. 148
Milliman KE, Mathieu RD, Geller AM, et al. (2014) WIYN open cluster study. LX. Spectroscopic binary orbits in NGC 6819 Astronomical Journal. 148
Geller AM, Hurley JR, Mathieu RD. (2013) Direct n-body modeling of the old open cluster NGC188: A detailed comparison of theoretical and observed binary star and blue straggler populations Astronomical Journal. 145
Gosnell NM, Pooley D, Geller AM, et al. (2012) An unexpected discovery in the rich open cluster ngc6819 using XMM-Newton Astrophysical Journal. 745
Geller AM, Mathieu RD. (2012) Wiyn open cluster study. XLVIII. the hard-binary population of NGC188 Astronomical Journal. 144
Geller AM, Mathieu RD. (2011) A mass transfer origin for blue stragglers in NGC 188 as revealed by half-solar-mass companions. Nature. 478: 356-9
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