David J. Sand, Ph.D.
|Physics||Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX|
Area:Astronomy and Astrophysics
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|Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2013) The density profiles of massive, relaxed galaxy clusters. II. Separating luminous and dark matter in cluster cores Astrophysical Journal. 765|
|Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2013) The density profiles of massive, relaxed galaxy clusters. I. the total density over three decades in radius Astrophysical Journal. 765|
|Newman AB, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2011) The dark matter distribution in A383: Evidence for a shallow density cusp from improved lensing, stellar kinematic, and X-ray data Astrophysical Journal Letters. 728|
|Sand DJ, Treu T, Ellis RS, et al. (2008) Separating baryons and dark matter in cluster cores: A full two-dimensional lensing and dynamic analysis of abell 383 and MS 2137-23 Astrophysical Journal. 674: 711-727|
|Sand DJ, Treu T, Smith GP, et al. (2004) The dark matter distribution in the central regions of galaxy clusters: Implications for cold dark matter Astrophysical Journal. 604: 88-107|
|Sand DJ, Treu T, Ellis RS. (2002) The dark matter density profile of the lensing cluster MS 2137-23: A test of the cold dark matter paradigm Astrophysical Journal. 574|