In contrast with low-mass young stellar objects (LMYSOs), very little is known about high-mass YSOs (HMYSOs). Latest results indicate that HMYSOs might be born...
CharlaThe formation of high mass young stellar objects and the importance of their massive protostellar jets
CharlaA GTC survey of exoplanet atmosphere with transmission spectroscopy
Transmission spectroscopy has been a powerful tool to decipher the atmospheric compositions of transiting exoplanets. The recent HST survey has shown that...
PublicaciónA Multi-epoch, Multiwavelength Study of the Classical FUor V1515 Cyg Approaching Quiescence
Historically, FU Orionis-type stars are low-mass, pre-main-sequence stars. The members of this class experience powerful accretion outbursts and remain in an...
PublicaciónA sixty night campaign on dwarf novae - a progress report.
PublicaciónA Study of the Photometric and Spectroscopic Variations of the Prototypical FU Orionis-type Star V1057 Cyg
Among the low-mass pre-main sequence stars, a small group called FU Orionis-type objects (FUors) are notable for undergoing powerful accretion outbursts. V1057...
PublicaciónA suite of community tools for spectro-polarimetric analysis .
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) has undertaken a 3-year initiative to develop the Community Spectro-polarimetric Analysis Center (CSAC). The...
CharlaA tale of globular clusters formation and evolution. The case of the old, metal-poor globular cluster NGC4372
I will talk about our current understanding of globular cluster (GC) formation and what we have yet to learn about them. I will particularly focus on the...
PublicaciónAbout the iron carbonyl complex with C60and C70fullerene: [Fe(CO)4(η2C60)] and [Fe(CO)4(η2C70)]
The iron carbonyl complexes with C60 and C70 fullerenes were synthesized in high yield by photochemical irradiation of solutions of C60 and C70 in presence of...
PublicaciónAbundances of five open clusters (Pancino+, 2010)
Atomic data and equivalent widths for 15 red clump giants in 5 open clusters: Cr 110, NGC 2099, NGC 2420, M 67, NGC 7789. (2 data files).