Peter A. Becker

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Physics & Astronomy George Mason University, Washington, DC 
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Lewis TR, Finke JD, Becker PA. (2019) Electron Acceleration in Blazars: Application to the 3C 279 Flare on 2013 December 20 The Astrophysical Journal. 884: 116
Kroon JJ, Becker PA, Finke JD. (2018) Time-dependent Electron Acceleration in Pulsar Wind Termination Shocks: Application to the 2011 April Crab Nebula Gamma-Ray Flare The Astrophysical Journal. 853: 16
Lewis TR, Finke JD, Becker PA. (2018) A Steady-state Spectral Model for Electron Acceleration and Cooling in Blazar Jets: Application to 3C 279 The Astrophysical Journal. 853: 6
West BF, Wolfram KD, Becker PA. (2017) Dynamical and Radiative Properties of X-Ray Pulsar Accretion Columns: Phase-averaged Spectra The Astrophysical Journal. 835: 130
West BF, Wolfram KD, Becker PA. (2017) A New Two-fluid Radiation-hydrodynamical Model for X-Ray Pulsar Accretion Columns The Astrophysical Journal. 835: 129
Kroon JJ, Becker PA, Finke JD, et al. (2016) Electron Acceleration in Pulsar-wind Termination Shocks: An Application to the Crab Nebula Gamma-Ray Flares The Astrophysical Journal. 833: 157
Lewis TR, Becker PA, Finke JD. (2016) TIME-DEPENDENT ELECTRON ACCELERATION in BLAZAR TRANSIENTS: X-RAY TIME LAGS and SPECTRAL FORMATION Astrophysical Journal. 824
Le T, Wood KS, Wolff MT, et al. (2016) STANDING SHOCK INSTABILITY IN ADVECTION-DOMINATED ACCRETION FLOWS Astrophysical Journal. 819
Marcu-Cheatham DM, Pottschmidt K, Kühnel M, et al. (2015) THE TRANSIENT ACCRETING X-RAY PULSAR XTE J1946+274: STABILITY of X-RAY PROPERTIES at LOW FLUX and UPDATED ORBITAL SOLUTION Astrophysical Journal. 815
Finke JD, Becker PA. (2015) Fourier analysis of blazar variability: Klein-Nishina effects and the jet scattering environment Astrophysical Journal. 809
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