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Debra Fischer astronomer Wikidata

Fischer, Debra ISNI Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 76092308 (Personal)

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Accounting for Chromatic Atmospheric Effects on Barycentric Corrections Wikidata
C/O AND O/H RATIOS SUGGEST SOME HOT JUPITERS ORIGINATE BEYOND THE SNOW LINE Wikidata
A COMBINED SPECTROSCOPIC AND PHOTOMETRIC STELLAR ACTIVITY STUDY OF EPSILON ERIDANI Wikidata
A COMPREHENSIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE 70 VIRGINIS PLANETARY SYSTEM Wikidata
Crossing the Brown Dwarf Desert Using Adaptive Optics: A Very Close L Dwarf Companion to the Nearby Solar Analog HR 7672 Wikidata
Detection of a Neptune-Mass Planet in the ρ 1 Cancri System Using the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Wikidata
An Eccentric Hot Jupiter Orbiting the Subgiant HD 185269 Wikidata
Erratum: “C/O and Mg/Si Ratios of Stars in the Solar Neighborhood” (2016, ApJ, 831, 20) Wikidata
EVIDENCE FOR REFLECTED LIGHT FROM THE MOST ECCENTRIC EXOPLANET KNOWN Wikidata
EVIDENCE FOR THE DIRECT DETECTION OF THE THERMAL SPECTRUM OF THE NON-TRANSITING HOT GAS GIANT HD 88133 b Wikidata
Extreme solar systems : proceedings of a conference held on Santorini Island, Greece, 25-29 June 2007 Library of Congress/NACO
Five Planets Orbiting 55 Cancri Wikidata
IMPROVED SPECTROSCOPIC PARAMETERS FOR TRANSITING PLANET HOSTS Wikidata
INFLUENCE OF STELLAR MULTIPLICITY ON PLANET FORMATION. IV. ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OFKEPLERSTARS WITH MULTIPLE TRANSITING PLANET CANDIDATES Wikidata
Insights on the Spectral Signatures of Stellar Activity and Planets from PCA Wikidata
KEPLER-14b: A MASSIVE HOT JUPITER TRANSITING AN F STAR IN A CLOSE VISUAL BINARY Wikidata
Kepler-16: a transiting circumbinary planet Wikidata
KEPLER 'S FIRST ROCKY PLANET: KEPLER-10b Wikidata
Modal Noise Mitigation through Fiber Agitation for Fiber-fed Radial Velocity Spectrographs Wikidata
The N2K Consortium. VI. Doppler Shifts without Templates and Three New Short‐Period Planets Wikidata
THE NASA-UC-UH ETA-EARTH PROGRAM. IV. A LOW-MASS PLANET ORBITING AN M DWARF 3.6 PC FROM EARTH Wikidata
A Pair of Resonant Planets Orbiting GJ 876 Wikidata
Planet Detectability in the Alpha Centauri System Wikidata
PLANET HUNTERS. VII. DISCOVERY OF A NEW LOW-MASS, LOW-DENSITY PLANET (PH3 C) ORBITING KEPLER-289 WITH MASS MEASUREMENTS OF TWO ADDITIONAL PLANETS (PH3 B AND D) Wikidata
PLANET HUNTERS. X. SEARCHING FOR NEARBY NEIGHBORS OF 75 PLANET AND ECLIPSING BINARY CANDIDATES FROM THE K2KEPLEREXTENDED MISSION Wikidata
A Planetary Companion to a Nearby M4 Dwarf, Gliese 876 Wikidata
Precise Radial Velocities of Giant Stars. II. Pollux and Its Planetary Companion Wikidata
The Prograde Orbit of Exoplanet TrES‐2b Wikidata
RADIAL VELOCITIES OF SOUTHERN VISUAL MULTIPLE STARS Wikidata
Refined stellar, orbital and planetary parameters of the eccentric HAT-P-2 planetary system Wikidata
REVEALING A UNIVERSAL PLANET–METALLICITY CORRELATION FOR PLANETS OF DIFFERENT SIZES AROUND SOLAR-TYPE STARS Wikidata
Scientific American frontiers [VR] c2005: Library of Congress/NACO
A SEARCH FOR LOST PLANETS IN THE KEPLER MULTI-PLANET SYSTEMS AND THE DISCOVERY OF A LONG PERIOD, NEPTUNE-SIZED EXOPLANET KEPLER-150 F. Wikidata
Spectral Properties of Cool Stars: Extended Abundance Analysis of Kepler Objects of Interest Wikidata
State of the Field: Extreme Precision Radial Velocities Wikidata
Stellar Spin–Orbit Alignment for Kepler-9, a Multi-transiting Planetary System with Two Outer Planets Near 2:1 Resonance Wikidata

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