Mark R. Morris
Mark R. Morris
Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics, UCLA
Adresse e-mail validée de astro.ucla.edu
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Measuring distance and properties of the Milky Way’s central supermassive black hole with stellar orbits
AM Ghez, S Salim, NN Weinberg, JR Lu, T Do, JK Dunn, K Matthews, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 689 (2), 1044, 2008
15332008
The galactic center environment
M Morris, E Serabyn
Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics 34 (1), 645-701, 1996
9201996
Stellar orbits around the galactic center black hole
AM Ghez, S Salim, SD Hornstein, A Tanner, JR Lu, M Morris, EE Becklin, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 620 (2), 744, 2005
9162005
Chandra X-ray spectroscopic imaging of Sagittarius A* and the central parsec of the galaxy
FK Baganoff, Y Maeda, M Morris, MW Bautz, WN Brandt, W Cui, JP Doty, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 591 (2), 891, 2003
9122003
High proper-motion stars in the vicinity of Sagittarius A*: Evidence for a supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy
AM Ghez, BL Klein, M Morris, EE Becklin
The Astrophysical Journal 509 (2), 678, 1998
8641998
Rapid X-ray flaring from the direction of the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre
FK Baganoff, MW Bautz, WN Brandt, G Chartas, ED Feigelson, ...
Nature 413 (6851), 45-48, 2001
7632001
Hubble Space Telescope/NICMOS observations of massive stellar clusters near the Galactic center
DF Figer, SS Kim, M Morris, E Serabyn, RM Rich, IS McLean
The Astrophysical Journal 525 (2), 750, 1999
741*1999
The first measurement of spectral lines in a short-period star bound to the galaxy’s central black hole: a paradox of youth
AM Ghez, G Duchêne, K Matthews, SD Hornstein, A Tanner, J Larkin, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 586 (2), L127, 2003
7232003
Mass loss from evolved stars. III-Mass loss rates for fifty stars from CO J= 1-0 observations
GR Knapp, M Morris
The Astrophysical Journal 292, 640-669, 1985
7111985
Large, highly organized radio structures near the galactic centre
F Yusef-Zadeh, M Morris, D Chance
Nature 310 (5978), 557-561, 1984
4881984
The accelerations of stars orbiting the Milky Way's central black hole
AM Ghez, M Morris, EE Becklin, A Tanner, T Kremenek
Nature 407 (6802), 349-351, 2000
4712000
Massive star formation near the Galactic center and the fate of the stellar remnants
M Morris
The Astrophysical Journal 408, 496-506, 1993
4641993
Hubble Space Telescope/NICMOS observations of massive stellar clusters near the Galactic center
DF Figer, SS Kim, M Morris, E Serabyn, RM Rich, IS McLean
The Astrophysical Journal 525 (2), 750, 1999
4591999
The large system of molecular clouds in Orion and Monoceros
RJ Maddalena, M Morris, J Moscowitz, P Thaddeus
The Astrophysical Journal 303, 375-391, 1986
3841986
Manifestations of a massive black hole in the galactic center
ES Phinney
The Center of the Galaxy, 543-553, 1989
3771989
Massive stars in the arches cluster
DF Figer, F Najarro, D Gilmore, M Morris, SS Kim, E Serabyn, IS McLean, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 581 (1), 258, 2002
3492002
Variable infrared emission from the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way
AM Ghez, SA Wright, K Matthews, D Thompson, D Le Mignant, A Tanner, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 601 (2), L159, 2004
3452004
Mechanisms for mass loss from cool stars.
M Morris
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 99 (621), 1115, 1987
3451987
A disk of young stars at the galactic center as determined by individual stellar orbits
JR Lu, AM Ghez, SD Hornstein, MR Morris, EE Becklin, K Matthews
The Astrophysical Journal 690 (2), 1463, 2008
3192008
Bipolar pre-planetary nebulae: hydrodynamics of dusty winds in binary systems. II. Morphology of the circumstellar envelopes
N Mastrodemos, M Morris
The Astrophysical Journal 523 (1), 357, 1999
2871999
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