Astronomical Journal

(The TQCC of Astronomical Journal is 11. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Estimating Distances from Parallaxes. V. Geometric and Photogeometric Distances to 1.47 Billion Stars in Gaia Early Data Release 31001
APOGEE Data and Spectral Analysis from SDSS Data Release 16: Seven Years of Observations Including First Results from APOGEE-South284
The JPL Planetary and Lunar Ephemerides DE440 and DE441201
New Determinations of the UV Luminosity Functions from z ∼ 9 to 2 Show a Remarkable Consistency with Halo Growth and a Constant Star Formation Efficiency174
The Gaia–Kepler Stellar Properties Catalog. II. Planet Radius Demographics as a Function of Stellar Mass and Age115
An Empirical Background Model for the NICER X-Ray Timing Instrument106
The Sixth Data Release of the Radial Velocity Experiment (Rave). II. Stellar Atmospheric Parameters, Chemical Abundances, and Distances102
Overview of the Instrumentation for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument99
The Occurrence of Rocky Habitable-zone Planets around Solar-like Stars from Kepler Data98
Characterizing the Fast Radio Burst Host Galaxy Population and its Connection to Transients in the Local and Extragalactic Universe94
The Sixth Data Release of the Radial Velocity Experiment (RAVE). I. Survey Description, Spectra, and Radial Velocities91
The Automatic Learning for the Rapid Classification of Events (ALeRCE) Alert Broker83
The APOGEE Data Release 16 Spectral Line List77
Vetting of 384 TESS Objects of Interest with TRICERATOPS and Statistical Validation of 12 Planet Candidates76
The Instrument of the Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer74
The First Habitable-zone Earth-sized Planet from TESS. I. Validation of the TOI-700 System73
On the Diversity of Asymmetries in Gapped Protoplanetary Disks72
Flare Statistics for Young Stars from a Convolutional Neural Network Analysis of TESS Data72
TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). III. A Two-planet System in the 400 Myr Ursa Major Group71
TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). II. A 17 Myr Old Transiting Hot Jupiter in the Sco-Cen Association69
Predictions of the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Galactic Exoplanet Survey. II. Free-floating Planet Detection Rates*67
Untangling the Galaxy. II. Structure within 3 kpc66
Debris Disk Results from the Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey's Polarimetric Imaging Campaign66
A Pair of TESS Planets Spanning the Radius Valley around the Nearby Mid-M Dwarf LTT 378066
Refining the Census of the Upper Scorpius Association with Gaia*64
Constraining the Nature of the PDS 70 Protoplanets with VLTI/GRAVITY 64
orvara: An Efficient Code to Fit Orbits Using Radial Velocity, Absolute, and/or Relative Astrometry61
Using the Baryonic Tully–Fisher Relation to Measure Ho60
The HETDEX Instrumentation: Hobby–Eberly Telescope Wide-field Upgrade and VIRUS60
Protoplanetary Disk Rings as Sites for Planetesimal Formation60
ARES I: WASP-76 b, A Tale of Two HST Spectra*60
Beyond Equilibrium Temperature: How the Atmosphere/Interior Connection Affects the Onset of Methane, Ammonia, and Clouds in Warm Transiting Giant Planets60
A Stellar Mass Dependence of Structured Disks: A Possible Link with Exoplanet Demographics58
JWST PEARLS. Prime Extragalactic Areas for Reionization and Lensing Science: Project Overview and First Results57
ARES. II. Characterizing the Hot Jupiters WASP-127 b, WASP-79 b, and WASP-62b with the Hubble Space Telescope*57
Revised and New Proper Motions for Confirmed and Candidate Milky Way Dwarf Galaxies57
The California-Kepler Survey. X. The Radius Gap as a Function of Stellar Mass, Metallicity, and Age56
SDSS-IV MaNGA: Modeling the Spectral Line-spread Function to Subpercent Accuracy55
The Southern Stellar Stream Spectroscopic Survey (S5): Chemical Abundances of Seven Stellar Streams55
Where Is the Water? Jupiter-like C/H Ratio but Strong H2O Depletion Found on τ Boötis b Using SPIRou54
Photometric Study and Absolute Parameter Estimation of Six Totally Eclipsing Contact Binaries54
New Grids of Pure-hydrogen White Dwarf NLTE Model Atmospheres and the HST/STIS Flux Calibration54
Architectures of Exoplanetary Systems. III. Eccentricity and Mutual Inclination Distributions of AMD-stable Planetary Systems53
The Solar Neighborhood XLVIII: Nine Giant Planets Orbiting Nearby K Dwarfs, and the CHIRON Spectrograph’s Radial Velocity Performance52
JWST Noise Floor. I. Random Error Sources in JWST NIRCam Time Series52
Alert Classification for the ALeRCE Broker System: The Light Curve Classifier52
Detection of an Atmosphere on a Rocky Exoplanet51
Validation of the Gaia Early Data Release 3 Parallax Zero-point Model with Asteroseismology51
The Extragalactic Distance Database: The Color–Magnitude Diagrams/Tip of the Red Giant Branch Distance Catalog51
Decaying Orbit of the Hot Jupiter WASP-12b: Confirmation with TESS Observations50
A Volume-limited Sample of Ultracool Dwarfs. I. Construction, Space Density, and a Gap in the L/T Transition49
The Detection and Characterization of Be+sdO Binaries from HST/STIS FUV Spectroscopy49
Final Targeting Strategy for the SDSS-IV APOGEE-2S Survey49
Systematic Phase Curve Study of Known Transiting Systems from Year One of the TESS Mission49
Target Selection and Validation of DESI Luminous Red Galaxies49
Hubble WFC3 Spectroscopy of the Habitable-zone Super-Earth LHS 1140 b48
Gaia EDR3 Reveals the Substructure and Complicated Star Formation History of the Greater Taurus-Auriga Star-forming Complex47
Final Targeting Strategy for the Sloan Digital Sky Survey IV Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment 2 North Survey47
Visible-light Phase Curves from the Second Year of the TESS Primary Mission45
Precise Dynamical Masses and Orbital Fits for β Pic b and β Pic c44
An Atomic Spectral Survey of WASP-76b: Resolving Chemical Gradients and Asymmetries44
Observations of Disequilibrium CO Chemistry in the Coldest Brown Dwarfs44
Nondetection of Helium in the Upper Atmospheres of Three Sub-Neptune Exoplanets44
Exploring the Atmospheric Dynamics of the Extreme Ultrahot Jupiter KELT-9b Using TESS Photometry44
The DESI Bright Galaxy Survey: Final Target Selection, Design, and Validation44
Two Young Planetary Systems around Field Stars with Ages between 20 and 320 Myr from TESS44
Detection and Bulk Properties of the HR 8799 Planets with High-resolution Spectroscopy43
ARES.* V. No Evidence For Molecular Absorption in the HST WFC3 Spectrum of GJ 1132 b43
A Significant Increase in Detection of High-resolution Emission Spectra Using a Three-dimensional Atmospheric Model of a Hot Jupiter43
Cluster Difference Imaging Photometric Survey. II. TOI 837: A Young Validated Planet in IC 260243
A Weighted Analysis to Improve the X-Ray Polarization Sensitivity of the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer41
WASP-107b’s Density Is Even Lower: A Case Study for the Physics of Planetary Gas Envelope Accretion and Orbital Migration41
Diving Beneath the Sea of Stellar Activity: Chromatic Radial Velocities of the Young AU Mic Planetary System41
MIRC-X: A Highly Sensitive Six-telescope Interferometric Imager at the CHARA Array41
Speckle Observations of TESS Exoplanet Host Stars. II. Stellar Companions at 1–1000 au and Implications for Small Planet Detection41
The Wide-field VLBA Calibrator Survey: WFCS40
Double-lined Spectroscopic Binaries in the APOGEE DR16 and DR17 Data40
Two Intermediate-mass Transiting Brown Dwarfs from the TESS Mission40
The Robotic Multiobject Focal Plane System of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI)40
Dimensionality Reduction of SDSS Spectra with Variational Autoencoders40
The Role of Early Giant-planet Instability in Terrestrial Planet Formation40
The James Webb Space Telescope Absolute Flux Calibration. I. Program Design and Calibrator Stars40
The Target-selection Pipeline for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument40
The Role of Outflows, Radiation Pressure, and Magnetic Fields in Massive Star Formation40
The High-energy Radiation Environment around a 10 Gyr M Dwarf: Habitable at Last?40
On the Compatibility of Ground-based and Space-based Data: WASP-96 b, an Example*39
Target Selection and Validation of DESI Emission Line Galaxies39
A Dynamical Mass of 70 ± 5 M Jup for Gliese 229B, the First T Dwarf39
2D Retrieval Frameworks for Hot Jupiter Phase Curves39
Spitzer Variability Properties of Low-gravity L Dwarfs39
TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). IV. Three Small Planets Orbiting a 120 Myr Old Star in the Pisces–Eridanus Stream*38
Detection of Cyclopropenylidene on Titan with ALMA38
The Breakthrough Listen Search For Intelligent Life Near the Galactic Center. I.38
Spectral Variability of VHS J1256–1257b from 1 to 5 μm38
KELT-9 b’s Asymmetric TESS Transit Caused by Rapid Stellar Rotation and Spin–Orbit Misalignment38
Interpreting the Cratering Histories of Bennu, Ryugu, and Other Spacecraft-explored Asteroids38
The Habitable Zone Planet Finder Reveals a High Mass and Low Obliquity for the Young Neptune K2-25b38
TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). VI. An 11 Myr Giant Planet Transiting a Very-low-mass Star in Lower Centaurus Crux37
Two Views of the Radius Gap and the Role of Light Curve Fitting37
Exploring the Effects of Active Magnetic Drag in a General Circulation Model of the Ultrahot Jupiter WASP-76b37
The Spectroscopic Data Processing Pipeline for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument36
TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). V. A Sub-Neptune Transiting a Young Star in a Newly Discovered 250 Myr Association36
No Escaping Helium from 55 Cnc e*36
ARES. III. Unveiling the Two Faces of KELT-7 b with HST WFC3*36
The Chemical Inventory of the Planet-hosting Disk PDS 7035
TOI-1235 b: A Keystone Super-Earth for Testing Radius Valley Emergence Models around Early M Dwarfs35
Improved Dynamical Masses for Six Brown Dwarf Companions Using Hipparcos and Gaia EDR334
SOAR TESS Survey. II. The Impact of Stellar Companions on Planetary Populations34
Handling the Background in IXPE Polarimetric Data34
An Algorithm to Calibrate and Correct the Response to Unpolarized Radiation of the X-Ray Polarimeter Onboard IXPE34
Mitigation of LEO Satellite Brightness and Trail Effects on the Rubin Observatory LSST34
Escaping Helium from TOI 560.01, a Young Mini-Neptune34
The ANTARES Astronomical Time-domain Event Broker34
Calibration of the Hα Age–Activity Relation for M Dwarfs34
Hubble Space Telescope UV and Hα Measurements of the Accretion Excess Emission from the Young Giant Planet PDS 70 b33
The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: A 3.95–8.00 GHz Search for Radio Technosignatures in the Restricted Earth Transit Zone33
The ALFALFA-SDSS Galaxy Catalog33
ACCESS and LRG-BEASTS: A Precise New Optical Transmission Spectrum of the Ultrahot Jupiter WASP-103b33
Molecular Cloud Populations in the Context of Their Host Galaxy Environments: A Multiwavelength Perspective33
Exploring the Evolution of Stellar Rotation Using Galactic Kinematics33
Understanding the Impacts of Stellar Companions on Planet Formation and Evolution: A Survey of Stellar and Planetary Companions within 25 pc32
Detection of Ongoing Mass Loss from HD 63433c, a Young Mini-Neptune32
Speckle Observations of TESS Exoplanet Host Stars: Understanding the Binary Exoplanet Host Star Orbital Period Distribution32
Weather on Other Worlds. V. The Three Most Rapidly Rotating Ultra-cool Dwarfs32
Empirical Limb-darkening Coefficients and Transit Parameters of Known Exoplanets from TESS32
The First Habitable-zone Earth-sized Planet from TESS. II. Spitzer Confirms TOI-700 d32
Systematic KMTNet Planetary Anomaly Search. I. OGLE-2019-BLG-1053Lb, a Buried Terrestrial Planet32
A Planar Five-body Problem in a Framework of Heterogeneous and Mass Variation Effects32
Pyspeckit: A Spectroscopic Analysis and Plotting Package31
The EXPRES Stellar Signals Project II. State of the Field in Disentangling Photospheric Velocities31
Line-by-line Velocity Measurements: an Outlier-resistant Method for Precision Velocimetry31
Systematic KMTNet Planetary Anomaly Search. II. Six New q < 2 × 10−4 Mass-ratio Planets30
Flares, Rotation, and Planets of the AU Mic System from TESS Observations30
OGLE-2018-BLG-0567Lb and OGLE-2018-BLG-0962Lb: Two Microlensing Planets through the Planetary-caustic Channel30
Spitzer Phase-curve Observations and Circulation Models of the Inflated Ultrahot Jupiter WASP-76b30
Evolution of the Exoplanet Size Distribution: Forming Large Super-Earths Over Billions of Years30
Alfnoor: A Retrieval Simulation of the Ariel Target List30
The TESS-Keck Survey. II. An Ultra-short-period Rocky Planet and Its Siblings Transiting the Galactic Thick-disk Star TOI-56130
Mapping Stellar Surfaces. I. Degeneracies in the Rotational Light-curve Problem29
TESS Revisits WASP-12: Updated Orbital Decay Rate and Constraints on Atmospheric Variability29
Characterization of the Nucleus, Morphology, and Activity of Interstellar Comet 2I/Borisov by Optical and Near-infrared GROWTH, Apache Point, IRTF, ZTF, and Keck Observations29
First Cosmology Results using Supernovae Ia from the Dark Energy Survey: Survey Overview, Performance, and Supernova Spectroscopy29
A More Precise Mass for GJ 1214 b and the Frequency of Multiplanet Systems Around Mid-M Dwarfs29
Introducing a New Spitzer Master BLISS Map to Remove the Instrument Systematic Phase-curve-parameter Degeneracy, as Demonstrated by a Reanalysis of the 4.5 μm WASP-43b Phase Curve29
Scanning Disk Rings and Winds in CO at 0.01–10 au: A High-resolution M-band Spectroscopy Survey with IRTF-iSHELL29
Demonstrating High-precision Photometry with a CubeSat: ASTERIA Observations of 55 Cancri e29
The Volume-complete Sample of M Dwarfs with Masses 0.1 ≤ M/M ≤ 0.3 within 15 Parsecs29
OGLE-2019-BLG-0960 Lb: the Smallest Microlensing Planet29
Deep Exploration of the Planets HR 8799 b, c, and d with Moderate-resolution Spectroscopy29
The Featureless HST/WFC3 Transmission Spectrum of the Rocky Exoplanet GJ 1132b: No Evidence for a Cloud-free Primordial Atmosphere and Constraints on Starspot Contamination29
TOI-824 b: A New Planet on the Lower Edge of the Hot Neptune Desert29
Prospects for Characterizing the Haziest Sub-Neptune Exoplanets with High-resolution Spectroscopy29
The Posttransit Tail of WASP-107b Observed at 10830 Å28
ARES IV: Probing the Atmospheres of the Two Warm Small Planets HD 106315c and HD 3167c with the HST/WFC3 Camera*28
Low-luminosity Galaxies in the Early Universe Have Observed Sizes Similar to Star Cluster Complexes28
Time-resolved Rotational Velocities in the Upper Atmosphere of WASP-33 b*28
OSSOS XX: The Meaning of Kuiper Belt Colors28
The Hubble Space Telescope PanCET Program: An Optical to Infrared Transmission Spectrum of HAT-P-32Ab28
TOI-1634 b: An Ultra-short-period Keystone Planet Sitting inside the M-dwarf Radius Valley28
10 Years of Stellar Activity for GJ 124328
Characterization of the Atmosphere of Super-Earth 55 Cancri e Using High-resolution Ground-based Spectroscopy28
On the Chemical Abundance of HR 8799 and the Planet c27
Cometary Activity Begins at Kuiper Belt Distances: Evidence from C/2017 K227
A Noninteracting Galactic Black Hole Candidate in a Binary System with a Main-sequence Star27
A Closer Look at Exoplanet Occurrence Rates: Considering the Multiplicity of Stars without Detected Planets27
Detection of Atmospheric Escape from Four Young Mini-Neptunes27
TIC 172900988: A Transiting Circumbinary Planet Detected in One Sector of TESS Data27
Second Data Release of the All-sky NOIRLab Source Catalog27
JWST Noise Floor. II. Systematic Error Sources in JWST NIRCam Time Series27
The Hubble PanCET Program: Transit and Eclipse Spectroscopy of the Strongly Irradiated Giant Exoplanet WASP-76b27
Five Decades of Chromospheric Activity in 59 Sun-like Stars and New Maunder Minimum Candidate HD 16662026
A Decade of SCUBA-2: A Comprehensive Guide to Calibrating 450 μm and 850 μm Continuum Data at the JCMT26
Revisiting MOA 2013-BLG-220L: A Solar-type Star with a Cold Super-Jupiter Companion26
TESS Reveals a Short-period Sub-Neptune Sibling (HD 86226c) to a Known Long-period Giant Planet*26
Measuring Transit Signal Recovery in the Kepler Pipeline. IV. Completeness of the DR25 Planet Candidate Catalog26
Hot Stars with Kepler Planets Have High Obliquities*26
Stellar Surface Inhomogeneities as a Potential Source of the Atmospheric Signal Detected in the K2-18b Transmission Spectrum26
TIC 168789840: A Sextuply Eclipsing Sextuple Star System26
The TESS–Keck Survey. IV. A Retrograde, Polar Orbit for the Ultra-low-density, Hot Super-Neptune WASP-107b26
Reconstructing the Universe: Testing the Mutual Consistency of the Pantheon and SDSS/eBOSS BAO Data Sets with Gaussian Processes26
The DESI Survey Validation: Results from Visual Inspection of the Quasar Survey Spectra26
TOI-811b and TOI-852b: New Transiting Brown Dwarfs with Similar Masses and Very Different Radii and Ages from the TESS Mission26
KELT-25 b and KELT-26 b: A Hot Jupiter and a Substellar Companion Transiting Young A Stars Observed by TESS*25
TOI-2076 and TOI-1807: Two Young, Comoving Planetary Systems within 50 pc Identified by TESS that are Ideal Candidates for Further Follow Up25
Gyro-kinematic Ages for around 30,000 Kepler Stars25
On the Accuracy of the ALMA Flux Calibration in the Time Domain and across Spectral Windows25
Stellar Activity Manifesting at a One-year Alias Explains Barnard b as a False Positive25
Two Strengths of Ordinary Chondritic Meteoroids as Derived from Their Atmospheric Fragmentation Modeling25
A Search for FeH in Hot-Jupiter Atmospheres with High-dispersion Spectroscopy25
Characterizing Undetected Stellar Companions with Combined Data Sets25
A Detailed Characterization of HR 8799's Debris Disk with ALMA in Band 725
A Featureless Infrared Transmission Spectrum for the Super-puff Planet Kepler-79d25
Rotation and Lithium Confirmation of a 500 pc Halo for the Open Cluster NGC 2516*25
Transmission Spectroscopy for the Warm Sub-Neptune HD 3167c: Evidence for Molecular Absorption and a Possible High-metallicity Atmosphere25
TOI-2109: An Ultrahot Gas Giant on a 16 hr Orbit24
HATS-74Ab, HATS-75b, HATS-76b, and HATS-77b: Four Transiting Giant Planets Around K and M Dwarfs*24
Disequilibrium Chemistry in Exoplanet Atmospheres Observed with the Hubble Space Telescope24
Predicting the Exoplanet Yield of the TESS Prime and Extended Missions through Years 1–724
TESS Observations of the WASP-121 b Phase Curve24
A Second Planet Transiting LTT 1445A and a Determination of the Masses of Both Worlds24
Transits of Known Planets Orbiting a Naked-eye Star24
Speckle Interferometry at SOAR in 201924
An ALMA Survey of λ Orionis Disks: From Supernovae to Planet Formation24
Search for TiO and Optical Nightside Emission from the Exoplanet WASP-33b24
A Search for Technosignatures around 31 Sun-like Stars with the Green Bank Telescope at 1.15–1.73 GHz23
Mining the Ultrahot Skies of HAT-P-70b: Detection of a Profusion of Neutral and Ionized Species23
A Census of the Stellar Populations in the Sco-Cen Complex*23
A Tendency Toward Alignment in Single-star Warm-Jupiter Systems23
The Orbit of Planet Nine23
The Upper Edge of the Neptune Desert Is Stable Against Photoevaporation23
A Catalog of Habitable Zone Exoplanets23
Precise Masses and Orbits for Nine Radial-velocity Exoplanets23
Applying the Tremaine–Weinberg Method to Nearby Galaxies: Stellar-mass-based Pattern Speeds and Comparisons with ISM Kinematics23
TOI-481 b and TOI-892 b: Two Long-period Hot Jupiters from the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite23
Mapping Stellar Surfaces. II. An Interpretable Gaussian Process Model for Light Curves23
The Red Supergiant Content of M31 and M3323
Architectures of Exoplanetary Systems. II. An Increase in Inner Planetary System Occurrence toward Later Spectral Types for Kepler’s FGK Dwarfs23
Occurrence Rate of Hot Jupiters Around Early-type M Dwarfs Based on Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite Data23
A Warm Jupiter Transiting an M Dwarf: A TESS Single-transit Event Confirmed with the Habitable-zone Planet Finder23
The First Habitable-zone Earth-sized Planet from TESS. III. Climate States and Characterization Prospects for TOI-700 d22
TOI-1452 b: SPIRou and TESS Reveal a Super-Earth in a Temperate Orbit Transiting an M4 Dwarf22
A 20 Second Cadence View of Solar-type Stars and Their Planets with TESS: Asteroseismology of Solar Analogs and a Recharacterization of π Men c22
The TESS-Keck Survey. III. A Stellar Obliquity Measurement of TOI-1726 c22
Constraining Mornings and Evenings on Distant Worlds: A new Semianalytical Approach and Prospects with Transmission Spectroscopy22
Physical Characterization of Interstellar Comet 2I/2019 Q4 (Borisov)22
TESS Delivers Five New Hot Giant Planets Orbiting Bright Stars from the Full-frame Images22
Selection Functions in Astronomical Data Modeling, with the Space Density of White Dwarfs as a Worked Example22
KELT-11 b: Abundances of Water and Constraints on Carbon-bearing Molecules from the Hubble Transmission Spectrum22
Alert Classification for the ALeRCE Broker System: The Real-time Stamp Classifier22
Visibility Predictions for Near-future Satellite Megaconstellations: Latitudes near 50° Will Experience the Worst Light Pollution22
SPISEA: A Python-based Simple Stellar Population Synthesis Code for Star Clusters22
Dayside Fe i Emission, Day–Night Brightness Contrast and Phase Offset of the Exoplanet WASP-33b22
Keck/NIRSPEC Studies of He i in the Atmospheres of Two Inflated Hot Gas Giants Orbiting K Dwarfs: WASP-52b and WASP-177b22
An Unusual Transmission Spectrum for the Sub-Saturn KELT-11b Suggestive of a Subsolar Water Abundance22
Precise Transit and Radial-velocity Characterization of a Resonant Pair: The Warm Jupiter TOI-216c and Eccentric Warm Neptune TOI-216b22
EXPRES. I. HD 3651 as an Ideal RV Benchmark21
A Foreshock Model for Interstellar Shocks of Solar Origin: Voyager 1 and 2 Observations21
HST PanCET Program: A Complete Near-UV to Infrared Transmission Spectrum for the Hot Jupiter WASP-79b21
The Second Data Release of the Survey of the MAgellanic Stellar History (SMASH)21
TESS Giants Transiting Giants. II. The Hottest Jupiters Orbiting Evolved Stars21
A Search for Planetary Metastable Helium Absorption in the V1298 Tau System21
A Synoptic VLBI Technique for Localizing Nonrepeating Fast Radio Bursts with CHIME/FRB21
H-alpha and Ca ii Infrared Triplet Variations During a Transit of the 23 Myr Planet V1298 Tau c21
Optical Transmission Spectroscopy of the Terrestrial Exoplanet LHS 3844b from 13 Ground-based Transit Observations21
The Orbits of the Main Saturnian Satellites, the Saturnian System Gravity Field, and the Orientation of Saturn’s Pole*21
Stellar Radial Velocities in the Old Open Cluster M67 (NGC 2682). II. The Spectroscopic Binary Population21
Dynamical Mass of the Young Substellar Companion HD 984 B21
A Transiting Warm Giant Planet around the Young Active Star TOI-20121
The Aligned Orbit of the Eccentric Warm Jupiter K2-232b21
True Masses of the Long-period Companions to HD 92987 and HD 221420 from Hipparcos–Gaia Astrometry21