Evan J. Sinukoff, B.S.

Instute for Astronomy University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, United States 
"Evan Sinukoff"
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Weiss LM, Fabrycky DC, Agol E, et al. (2020) The Discovery of the Long-Period, Eccentric Planet Kepler-88 d and System Characterization with Radial Velocities and Photodynamical Analysis The Astronomical Journal. 159: 242
Hirsch LA, Ciardi DR, Howard AW, et al. (2019) Discovery of a White Dwarf Companion to HD 159062 The Astrophysical Journal. 878: 50
Livingston JH, Crossfield IJM, Werner MW, et al. (2019) Spitzer Transit Follow-up of Planet Candidates from the K2 Mission The Astronomical Journal. 157: 102
Kosiarek MR, Blunt S, López-Morales M, et al. (2019) K2-291b: A Rocky Super-Earth in a 2.2 day Orbit The Astronomical Journal. 157: 116
Kosiarek MR, Crossfield IJM, Hardegree-Ullman KK, et al. (2019) Bright Opportunities for Atmospheric Characterization of Small Planets: Masses and Radii of K2-3 b, c, and d and GJ3470 b from Radial Velocity Measurements and Spitzer Transits The Astronomical Journal. 157: 97
Mawet D, Hirsch L, Lee EJ, et al. (2019) Deep Exploration of ϵ Eridani with Keck Ms-band Vortex Coronagraphy and Radial Velocities: Mass and Orbital Parameters of the Giant Exoplanet The Astronomical Journal. 157: 33
Yu L, Rodriguez JE, Eastman JD, et al. (2018) Two Warm, Low-density Sub-Jovian Planets Orbiting Bright Stars in K2 Campaigns 13 and 14 The Astronomical Journal. 156: 127
Dressing CD, Sinukoff E, Fulton BJ, et al. (2018) Characterizing K2 Candidate Planetary Systems Orbiting Low-mass Stars. III. A High Mass and Low Envelope Fraction for the Warm Neptune K2-55b The Astronomical Journal. 156: 70
Yu L, Crossfield IJM, Schlieder JE, et al. (2018) Planetary Candidates from K2 Campaign 16 The Astronomical Journal. 156: 22
Beichman CA, Giles HAC, Akeson R, et al. (2018) Validation and Initial Characterization of the Long-period Planet Kepler-1654 b The Astronomical Journal. 155: 158
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