Kathryn V Johnston
Kathryn V Johnston
Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University and Group Leader in Dynamics, Center for Computational Astrophysics, Flatiron Institute
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Tracing galaxy formation with stellar halos. I. Methods
JS Bullock, KV Johnston
The Astrophysical Journal 635 (2), 931, 2005
The accretion origin of the Milky Way’s stellar halo
EF Bell, DB Zucker, V Belokurov, S Sharma, KV Johnston, JS Bullock, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 680 (1), 295, 2008
A two micron all-sky survey view of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. IV. Modeling the Sagittarius tidal tails
DR Law, KV Johnston, SR Majewski
The Astrophysical Journal 619 (2), 807, 2005
Tracing galaxy formation with stellar halos. II. Relating substructure in phase and abundance space to accretion histories
KV Johnston, JS Bullock, S Sharma, A Font, BE Robertson, SN Leitner
The Astrophysical Journal 689 (2), 936, 2008
The disruption of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy.
KV Johnston, DN Spergel, L Hernquist
arXiv preprint astro-ph/9502005, 1995
Fossil signatures of ancient accretion events in the halo
KV Johnston, L Hernquist, M Bolte
arXiv preprint astro-ph/9602060, 1996
Galaxia: A code to generate a synthetic survey of the Milky Way
S Sharma, J Bland-Hawthorn, KV Johnston, J Binney
The Astrophysical Journal 730 (1), 3, 2011
A Prescription for building the Milky Way's halo from disrupted satellites
KV Johnston
The Astrophysical Journal 495 (1), 297, 1998
Lsst science book, version 2.0
PA Abell, J Allison, SF Anderson, JR Andrew, JRP Angel, L Armus, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:0912.0201, 2009
A Two Micron All Sky Survey view of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. III. Constraints on the flattening of the galactic halo
KV Johnston, DR Law, SR Majewski
The Astrophysical Journal 619 (2), 800, 2005
Λ cold dark matter, stellar feedback, and the galactic halo abundance pattern
B Robertson, JS Bullock, AS Font, KV Johnston, L Hernquist
The Astrophysical Journal 632 (2), 872, 2005
Chemical abundance distributions of galactic halos and their satellite systems in a ΛCDM universe
AS Font, KV Johnston, JS Bullock, BE Robertson
The Astrophysical Journal 638 (2), 585, 2006
How lumpy is the Milky Way’s dark matter halo?
KV Johnston, DN Spergel, C Haydn
The Astrophysical Journal 570 (2), 656, 2002
Taking the measure of the Universe: precision astrometry with SIM PlanetQuest
SC Unwin, M Shao, AM Tanner, RJ Allen, CA Beichman, D Boboltz, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 120 (863), 38, 2008
Exploring halo substructure with giant stars. XI. The tidal tails of the Carina dwarf spheroidal galaxy and the discovery of magellanic cloud stars in the Carina foreground
RR Munoz, SR Majewski, S Zaggia, WE Kunkel, PM Frinchaboy, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 649 (1), 201, 2006
APOGEE: the Apache point observatory galactic evolution experiment
CA Prieto, SR Majewski, R Schiavon, K Cunha, P Frinchaboy, J Holtzman, ...
Astronomische Nachrichten: Astronomical Notes 329 (9‐10), 1018-1021, 2008
Tidal interaction of M32 and NGC 205 with M31: Surface photometry and numerical simulations
PI Choi, P Guhathakurta, KV Johnston
The Astronomical Journal 124 (1), 310, 2002
Clumpy streams from clumpy halos: detecting missing satellites with cold stellar structures
JH Yoon, KV Johnston, DW Hogg
The Astrophysical Journal 731 (1), 58, 2011
Evidence for a triaxial Milky Way dark matter halo from the Sagittarius stellar tidal stream
DR Law, SR Majewski, KV Johnston
The Astrophysical Journal 703 (1), L67, 2009
A Two Micron All Sky Survey view of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. II. Swope telescope spectroscopy of M giant stars in the dynamically cold Sagittarius tidal stream
SR Majewski, WE Kunkel, DR Law, RJ Patterson, AA Polak, ...
The Astronomical Journal 128 (1), 245, 2004
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