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|Armandroff, Taft||Astronomy||Dwarf spheroidal galaxies, stellar populations in the Galaxy and nearby galaxies, globular clusters, and astronomical instrumentation.|
|Barnes, Thomas||Astronomy||His research interests are focused on the use of pulsating variable stars, particularly Cepheids and RR Lyrae variables, to refine Galactic and extragalactic distance scales. Currently he is working …|
|Benedict, George||Astronomy||Hubble Space Telescope Astrometry, Extragalactic Astronomy, Outer Planet Satellite Astrometry, Lunar Ultraviolet Transit Experiment (LUTE)|
|Boylan-Kolchin, Michael||Astronomy||Boylan-Kolchin's research focuses on galaxy formation theory and its interface with cosmology, with the goal of addressing fundamental questions about astrophysics and the nature of dark matter. …|
|Bromm, Volker||Astronomy||Topics of Research Cosmology Theoretical Astrophysics Structure formation in the early Universe Computational Astrophysics When and how did the first stars and quasars form? Formation of the …|
|Casey, Caitlin||Astronomy||Dr.Casey's research focuses on galaxy formation and evolution, from the earliest times after the Big Bang to the present day. She is particularly interested in the most massive, luminous, and …|
|Cochran, Anita||Astronomy||Solar system astronomy; chemical composition of comets; surface composition of asteroids|
|Cochran, William||Astronomy; College of Natural Sciences||Searches for extrasolar planetary systems High-precision measurements of stellar radial velocity variations Variable stars Asteroids Planetary atmospheres Comets|
|Cornell, Mark||Astronomy||LSBs and the Galaxy Luminosity Function He is also currently working on the Hobby-Eberly Telescope Dark Energy Experiment.|