Steven V.W. Beckwith

Affiliations: 
1978-1992 Astronomy Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
 1991-1998 Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie 
 1998-2007 Space Telescope Science Institute 
 1999-2007 Physics & Astronomy Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
 2008- Astronomy University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Origins of life, cosmology, star formation, planet formation
Website:
http://astro.berkeley.edu/faculty-profile/steve-beckwith
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"Steven Van Walter Beckwith"
Bio:

http://astro.berkeley.edu/uploads/faculty/1466459439-f3b95e89521f7a689/Beckwith_CV_2016.pdf
Beckwith, Steven Van Walter Observations of interstellar molecular hydrogen emission. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology (1978).

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Parents

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Gerry Neugebauer grad student 1973-1978 Caltech
 (Observations of interstellar molecular hydrogen emission.)

Children

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Michael F. Skrutskie grad student 1981-1987 Cornell
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Neugebauer G, Matthews K, Nicholson PD, et al. (2005) Thermal response of Iapetus to an eclipse by Saturn's rings Icarus. 177: 63-68
Graham JR, Herbst TM, Matthews K, et al. (1993) H2 morphology of young planetary nebulae Astrophysical Journal. 408: L105-L107
Graham JR, Serabyn E, Herbst TM, et al. (1993) A spatially resolved photodissociation region in the planetary Nebula NGC 7027 Astronomical Journal. 105: 250-257
Skrutskie MF, Prato L, Beckwith SVW, et al. (1993) Accurate measurement of the displacement between the line and continuum emitting regions in LkHα101 Astronomical Journal. 106: 747-753
Ghez AM, Neugebauer G, Gorham PW, et al. (1991) Diffraction limited infrared images of the binary star T tauri Astronomical Journal. 102: 2066-2072
Koresko CD, Beckwith SVW, Ghez AM, et al. (1991) An infrared companion to Z canis majoris Astronomical Journal. 102: 2073-2078
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