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Stephen T. Gottesman

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University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Website:
http://www.astro.ufl.edu/~gott/
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Rodney Deane Davies grad student 1969 Victoria University of Manchester
 (The neutral hydrogen emission from the great nebula in Andromeda: a study in the structure and dynamics of a galaxy)
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Laine S, Appleton PN, Gottesman ST, et al. (2010) Warm molecular hydrogen emission in normal edge-on galaxies NGC 4565 and NGC 5907 Astronomical Journal. 140: 753-769
Patsis PA, Kaufmann DE, Gottesman ST, et al. (2009) Stellar and gas dynamics of late-type barred-spiral galaxies: NGC 3359, a test case Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 394: 142-156
Boonyasait V, Patsis PA, Gottesman ST. (2005) The two pattern speeds of NGC 3359. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1045: 203-24
Gottesman ST, Buchler JR, Mahon ME. (2005) Preface Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1045: ix-x
Iyer MG, Simpson CE, Gottesman ST, et al. (2004) Neutral hydrogen in Arp 158 Astronomical Journal. 128: 985-996
Gottesman ST, Hunter JH, Boonyasait V. (2002) On the mass of M31 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 337: 34-40
Aguerri JAL, Hunter JH, Prieto M, et al. (2001) An hydrodynamical model of the barred galaxy NGC 5850 Astronomy and Astrophysics. 373: 786-795
Simpson CE, Gottesman ST. (2000) A comparative study of star-forming and quiescent dwarf galaxies Astronomical Journal. 120: 2975-3006
Laine S, Kenney JDP, Yun MS, et al. (1999) CO distribution and kinematics along the bar in the strongly barred spiral NGC 7479 Astrophysical Journal. 511: 709-720
Erickson LK, Gottesman ST, Hunter JH. (1998) Satellites as probes of the masses of spiral galaxies. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 867: 173-99
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