Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
1.5-m TRES Echelle Spectrograph Programs
[Programs by P.I.] [Return to schedules page]
1EngineeringSzentgyorgi
2BenchmarksFuresz
3Cepheid variablesFuresz
4delta Scuti starsFuresz
5Eclipsing BinariesDevor
5Selected Accurate MassesG. Torres
6Pleiades Binary SurveyG. Torres
7ROSAT PMS CandidatesG. Torres
8Evolved Star MassesG. Torres
9Eclipsing Binary MassesG. Torres
10TrES-3Sozzetti
11TransitsG. Torres
12RV M dwarfsBlake
13Transit follow-upsLatham
14Halo CandidatesLatham
15Low-Mass Eclipsing BinariesG. Torres
16Binary Spin Orbit AlignmentFabrycky
17TeV Binary HESS J0632+057M. Torres
20Radial Velocity StandardsAll
21Spectrophotometric StandardsAll
22Spectral Type StandardsAll
34Low-mass CompanionsMazeh
40F-starsStefanik,Andersen
56StefanikStefanik
57Velocity StandardsAll
61Halo Transit PerLatham,Carney,Mazeh
70Northern G StarsTorres
73Rosat PMS_StarsTorres
74Rosat PMSTorres
83White Dwarf MassesGreenman,Stefanik,Latham
84Lacy Eclipsing BinariesLatham,Lacy
87G Stars SouthTorres
91SuperplanetsTorres,Latham
97Torres MiscTorres
100sa57Latham
110PTITorres
117GiantsLatham
120M-Star SIMTorres
123Kepler CandidatesLatham
124HAT, QatarLatham
126SnowdenLatham,Snowden
133Sid ParsonsLatham,Parsons
138keltLatham
142Torres TRESTorres
144boostLatham
145MEarth CandidatesDittmann/Berta
146Double Line Eclipsing BinariesG.Torres
147PMX Mass Fraction in ONCFuresz
148DASCH Long-Term VariablesTang/Miller
149Addressing the M-dwarf radius problem:
a stringent test of the activity hypothesis
Irwin
150The magnetic field switch of the planet-hosting star tau BootisGuenther
155hagaiParets
157samQuinn
158Substellar Companions Found Using Relativistic BeamingLatham
159Planets in White Dwarf SystemsPeretz
160Hot Jupiters in Open ClustersQuinn
161NovasChomiuk
162Kepler MetallicityLatham
163H-alpha Eclipsing binariesDupuy
164Kepler Eclipsing BinariesLatham
165Distance to the Cygnus LoopRaymond
166Falling evaporating bodies in IQ Aur?Guenther
167Circumstellar ShellsMilisavljevic
168Kepler Circumbinary PlanetsLatham
169Planets Spin Up HostsPoppenhaeger
170AG DraDupree
171Runaway StarsG.Torres
172PMS ModelsCzekala
173Activity of Solar-type StarsDumusque
174Globular Cluster M13 AbundancesJohnson
175CoRoT-2b transitsPoppenhaeger
176Accretion Driven PhysicsDupree
177MEarth Overluminous StarsDittmann
178Magnetic activity of exoplanet host starsPoppenhaeger
179M67 Blue StragglersLatham
180Square Fiber EngineeringLatham
181Nontransiting Companions to Kepler PlanetsMontet
182Evolved HostsJohnson
183MEarth FollowupDittman
184Accretion VariabilityCzekala
185Young M DwarfsMontet
186K2 SpectraLatham
187Optical spectra of Xray and UV ObjectsPoppenhaeger
188Brown Dwarf DesertLatham
189Pre Main Sequence M DwarfsMontet
190Eccentric Binary Spin-Orbit AlignmentTorres
191Chromospheres of Dwarf StarsDupree
192Planets around Massive StarsZhou
193HATSouth Bright Star PlanetsZhou
194Binarity of the Kepler Asteroseismic SampleCurtis
195Spin-orbit alignment of a 110-day period systemZhou
196Bright Binary Stars in Ruprecht 147Curtis
197Probing Disk Winds Around Young StarsDupree
198Nearby Northern Mid-to-Late M DwarfsWinters
199Giant planetsQuinn
200Confirm K2 warm JupitersZhou
201Map Novae MWFalco
202Star-star interactionsWinston
203White Dwarf Planet/Metallicity CorrelationVandenburg
204Self-Lensing Binary CandidatesLatham
205Testing In Situ Formation of Hot JupitersLatham
206Hot Jupiters, Formed In SituQuinn
207Seeking Common-Envelope BinariesDupree
208Confirmation and Characterization of Tropical JupitersRodriguez
209The Impact of Companions on Stellar Rotational EvolutionDouglas
210Mapping Accretion Disks Via Spectroscopic EclipsesZhou
211Characterizing Ha Variability as a Funciton of Rotation Period and Mass for Mid-to-Late M DwarfsMedina
212Neptunes and Jupiters around Early Type StarsZhou
213New Candidate Members of the Brown Dwarf DesertCharmichael
214Monitoring activity WASP-107 and GJ 436 during transit observationsOklopcic
215Two Cool Stars and HSTDupree
216Common Envelope BinariesDupree
217Classical NovaeFalco
218Spectroscopic follow-up of TESS planet candidatesLatham
219Focus on BetelgeuseDupree
220Confirmation and Characterization of Dynamically Young JupitersRodriguez
221Simultaneous Flare Observations and Halpha Emission of Rapidly Rotating Mid-to-Late M Dwarfs with TESS and TRESMedina
221Simultaneous TRES and TESS Observations to Characterize the Effect of Stellar Flares on Spectroscopic Activity IndicatorsAmber Medina
222Measuring the mass of a young transiting Neptune
Samuel Quinn
223Determining the Occurrence Rate of Jupiters Orbiting the Nearby Mid-to-Late M DwarfsJennifer Winters
224Anchoring planet evolution through timeGeorge Zhou
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