ERES II Poster – Jack Madden


Simons Poster


Bessell, M. S. (1979). UBVRI photometry. II – The Cousins VRI system, its temperature and absolute flux calibration, and relevance for two- dimensional photometry. PASP, 91:589–607.

Bohlin, R. C. (2014). Hubble Space Telescope CALSPEC Flux Standards: Sirius (and Vega). AJ, 147:127.

Bohlin, R. C., Dickinson, M. E., and Calzetti, D. (2001). Spectrophotometric Standards from the Far-Ultraviolet to the Near-Infrared: STIS and NICMOS Fluxes. AJ, 122:2118–2128.

Buratti, B. and Veverka, J. (1983). Voyager pho- tometry of Europa. Icarus, 55:93–110.

Buratti, B. and Veverka, J. (1984). Voyager pho- tometry of Rhea, Dione, Tethys, Enceladus and Mimas. Icarus, 58:254–264.

Cahoy, K. L., Marley, M. S., and Fortney, J. J. (2010). Exoplanet Albedo Spectra and Colors as a Function of Planet Phase, Separation, and Metallicity. ApJ, 724:189–214.

Cousins, A. W. J. (1976). Standard Stars for VRI Photometry with S25 Response Photocathodes. Monthly Notes of the Astronomical Society of South Africa, 35:70.

Fukugita, M., Shimasaku, K., and Ichikawa, T. (1995). Galaxy Colors in Various Photometric Band Systems. PASP, 107:945.

Goode, P. R., Qiu, J., Yurchyshyn, V., Hickey, J., Chu, M.-C., Kolbe, E., Brown, C. T., and Koonin, S. E. (2001). Earthshine observations of the Earth’s reflectance. Geophys. Res. Lett., 28:1671–1674.

Irvine, W. M., Simon, T., Menzel, D. H., Pikoos, C., and Young, A. T. (1968). Multicolor Photo- electric Photometry of the Brighter Planets. III. Observations from Boyden Observatory. AJ, 73:807.

Johnson, H. L. and Morgan, W. W. (1953). Fun- damental stellar photometry for standards of spectral type on the revised system of the Yerkes spectral atlas. ApJ, 117:313.

Karkoschka, E. (1998). Methane, Ammonia, and Temperature Measurements of the Jovian Plan- ets and Titan from CCD-Spectrophotometry. Icarus, 133:134–146.

Lane, A. P. and Irvine, W. M. (1973). Monochro- matic phase curves and albedos for the lunar disk. AJ, 78:267.

Lundock, R., Ichikawa, T., Okita, H., Kurita, K., Kawabata, K. S., Uemura, M., Yamashita, T., Ohsugi, T., Sato, S., and Kino, M. (2009). Tohoku-Hiroshima-Nagoya planetary spectra library: a method for characterizing planets in the visible to near infrared. A&A, 507:1649– 1658.

Pollack, J. B., Rages, K., Baines, K. H., Bergstralh, J. T., Wenkert, D., and Danielson, G. E. (1986). Estimates of the bolometric albe- dos and radiation balance of Uranus and Nep- tune. Icarus, 65:442–466.

Reddy, V., Li, J.-Y., Gary, B. L., Sanchez, J. A., Stephens, R. D., Megna, R., Coley, D., Nathues, A., Le Corre, L., and Hoffmann, M. (2015). Photometric properties of Ceres from telescopic observations using Dawn Framing Camera color filters. Icarus, 260:332–345.

Simonelli, D. P. and Veverka, J. (1984). Voy- ager disk-integrated photometry of Io. Icarus, 59:406–425.

Squyres, S. W. and Veverka, J. (1981). Voyager photometry of surface features on Ganymede and Callisto. Icarus, 46:137–155.

Tokunaga, A. T., Simons, D. A., and Vacca, W. D. (2002). The Mauna Kea Observatories Near- Infrared Filter Set. II. Specifications for a New JHKL’M’ Filter Set for Infrared Astronomy. PASP, 114:180–186.

Tomasko, M. G. and Smith, P. H. (1982). Pho- tometry and polarimetry of Titan – Pioneer 11 observations and their implications for aerosol properties. Icarus, 51:65–95.

Traub, W. A. (2003). The Colors of Extrasolar Planets. In Deming, D. and Seager, S., editors, Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets, volume 294 of Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, pages 595–602.

Veverka, J., Helfenstein, P., Hapke, B., and Goguen, J. D. (1988). Photometry and po- larimetry of Mercury, pages 37–58.

Watanabe, M., Nakaya, H., Yamamuro, T., Zenno, T., Ishii, M., Okada, M., Yamazaki, A., Ya- manaka, Y., Kurita, M., Kino, M., Ijiri, R., Hi- rao, T., Nagata, T., Sato, S., Kawai, T., Naka- mura, Y., Sato, T., Ebizuka, N., Hough, J. H., and Chrysostomou, A. (2005). TRISPEC: A Simultaneous Optical and Near-Infrared Im- ager, Spectrograph, and Polarimeter. PASP, 117:870–884.