Articles - Alan P. Boss

1974

1) S. C. Bloch, A. P. Boss, and P. W. Lyons, Pulse Propagation in a Magnetoplasma 2. Transverse Propagation, Journal of Geophysical Research, 79, 5261-5266.

1976

2) A. P. Boss and S. J. Peale, On the Detection of a Cometary Mass Distribution, Icarus, 27, 119-121.

1977

3) S. J. Peale and A. P. Boss, A Spin-Orbit Constraint on the Viscosity of a Mercurian Liquid Core, Journal of Geophysical Research, 82, 743-749.

4) S. J. Peale and A. P. Boss, Mercury's Core: The Effect of Obliquity on the Spin-Orbit Constraints, Journal of Geophysical Research, 82, 3423-3429.

1979

5) A. P. Boss and P. Bodenheimer, Fragmentation in a Rotating Protostar: A Comparison of Two 3-D Computer Codes, Astrophysical Journal, 234, 289-295.

6) A. P. Boss, Theoretical Models of Stellar Formation, Ph. D. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara, available from University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

1980

7) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating Interstellar Clouds. I. Numerical Methods and Tests, Astrophysical Journal, 236, 619-627.

8) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating Interstellar Clouds. II. Axially Symmetric Collapse, Astrophysical Journal, 237, 563-573.

9) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating Interstellar Clouds. III. Non-Axially Symmetric Collapse, Astrophysical Journal, 237, 866-876.

10) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Equilibrium of Rotating, Adiabatic Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 242, 699-709.

11) A. P. Boss, Collapse, Equilibrium, and Fragmentation of Rotating, Adiabatic Clouds, Space Science Reviews, 27, 255-259.

12) J. E. Tohline, J. M. Schombert, and A. P. Boss, The Effect of Rotation on the Hydrodynamics of Stellar Collapse, Space Science Reviews, 27, 555-561.

1981

13) A. P. Boss, On the Fragmentation of Rotating, Interstellar Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 244, 40-44.

14) A. P. Boss, Numerical 3D Calculations of Tidally-Induced Binary Protostar Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 246, 866-878.

15) P.Bodenheimer and A. P. Boss, Fragmentation in a rotating protostar: A re-examination of comparison calculations, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, 197, 477-485.

16) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Rotating, Adiabatic Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 250, 636-644 .

1982

17) A. P. Boss and J. G. Haber, Axisymmetric Collapse of Rotating, Isothermal Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 255, 240-244.

18) A. P. Boss and D. C. Black, Collapse of Accreting, Rotating, Isothermal, Interstellar Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 258, 270-279 .

19) A. P. Boss, A Heuristic Criterion for Instability to Fragmentation in Rotating, Interstellar Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 259, 159-165 .

20) A. P. Boss, Hydrodynamical Models of Presolar Nebula Formation, Icarus, 51, 623-632.

1983

21) A. P. Boss, Convection, Reviews of Geophysics and Space Physics, 21, 1511-1520.

22) A. P. Boss, Fragmentation of a Nonisothermal Protostellar Cloud, Icarus, 55, 181-184.

1984

23) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating Interstellar Clouds. IV. Nonisothermal Collapse, Astrophysical Journal, 277, 768-782.

24) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Time-Dependent Models of Single and Double-Layer Mantle Convection, Nature, 308, 533-535.

25) A. Barnes and A. P. Boss, Rapid Expansion of Polytropes, Astrophysical Journal, 280, 819-824.

26) A. P. Boss, Angular Momentum Transfer by Gravitational Torques and the Evolution of Binary Protostars, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, 209, 543-567.

27) A. P. Boss, C. L. Angevine, and I. S. Sacks, Finite Amplitude Models of Convection in the Early Mantle, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 36, 328-336.

1985

28) A. P. Boss, The Collapse and Formation of Stars, Scientific American, 252, No. 1, 40-45.

29) A. P. Boss, Three Dimensional Calculations of the Formation of the Presolar Nebula from a Slowly Rotating Cloud, Icarus, 61, 3-9.

30) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, Formation and Growth of Deep Mantle Plumes, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 80, 241-255.

31) A. P. Boss, Velocity Fields in Binary Protostellar Clouds: An Alternative to Retrograde Rotation, Astrophysical Journal, 288, L25-L28.

32) H. Mizuno and A. P. Boss, Tidal Disruption of Dissipative Planetesimals, Icarus, 63, 109-133.

33) A. P. Boss and H. Mizuno, Dynamic Fission Instability of Dissipative Protoplanets, Icarus, 63, 134-152.

34) A. P. Boss, Phase Transitions in Star Formation, Nature, 318, 413.

1986

35) A. P. Boss and S. J. Peale, Dynamical Constraints on the Origin of the Moon, in Origin of the Moon, W. K. Hartmann, R. J. Phillips, G. J. Taylor, eds. (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute), pp. 59-102.

36) A. P. Boss, The Origin of the Moon, Science, 231, 341-345.

37) R. H. Durisen, R. A. Gingold, J. E. Tohline, and A. P. Boss, Dynamic Fission Instabilities in Rapidly Rotating n = 3/2 Polytropes: A Comparison of Results from Finite-Difference and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Codes, Astrophysical Journal, 305, 281-308.

38) A. P. Boss, Protoearth Mass Shedding and the Origin of the Moon, Icarus, 66, 330-340.

39) A. P. Boss, Theoretical Determination of the Minimum Protostellar Mass, in Astrophysics of Brown Dwarfs, M. Kafatos, R. S. Harrington, and S. P. Maran, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 206-211.

40) A. P. Boss and I. S. Sacks, High Spatial Resolution Models of Time-Dependent, Layered Mantle Convection, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 87, 241-264.

41) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating, Interstellar Clouds. V. Nonisothermal Collapse and Fragmentation, Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 62, 519-552.

42) A. P. Boss, The Lowest Mass Stars, Science Reporter, 23, 425-429.

43) A. P. Boss, Moon's birth shocked Earth?, Nature, 324, 110-111.

1987

44) A. P. Boss and W. Benz, L'origine de la Lune, La Recherche, 184, 38-47.

45) A. P. Boss, Theory of Collapse and Protostar Formation, in Interstellar Processes, D. J. Hollenbach and H. A. Thronson, Jr., eds. (Dordrecht: D. Reidel), pp. 321-348.

46) A. P. Boss, Bipolar Flows, Molecular Gas Disks, and the Collapse and Accretion of Rotating Interstellar Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 316 , 721-732.

47) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating, Interstellar Clouds. VI. Nonuniform Initial Conditions, Astrophysical Journal, 319, 149-161.

48) A. P. Boss, What made the Moon?, The Geographical Magazine, LIX, 352-355.

49) A. P. Boss, Star formation: To B or not to B?, Nature, 329, 486-487.

1988

50) A. P. Boss, Non-axisymmetric instability in three-dimensional accretion toroids, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, 231, 739-764.

51) J. Bally, A. P. Boss, D. A. Papanastassiou, S. A. Sandford, and A. I. Sargent, Star Formation and the Solar System, in Galactic and Extragalactic Star Formation, R. E. Pudritz and M. Fich, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp. 311-327.

52) A. P. Boss, Binary Stars: Formation by Fragmentation, Comments on Astrophysics, 12, 169-190.

53) A. P. Boss, Terrestrial Versus Giant Planet Formation, in Workshop on the Origins of Solar Systems, J. A. Nuth and P. Sylvester, eds. (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute), pp. 61-68.

54) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating, Interstellar Clouds. VII. Opacity and Fragmentation, Astrophysical Journal, 331, 370-376.

55) A. P. Boss, High Temperatures in the Early Solar Nebula, Science, 241, 565-567.

56) P. Cassen and A. P. Boss, Protostellar Collapse, Dust Grains, and Solar System Formation, in Meteorites and the Early Solar System, J. F. Kerridge and M. S. Matthews, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), pp. 304-328.

1989

57) A. P. Boss, G. E. Morfill, and W. M. Tscharnuter, Models of the Formation and Evolution of the Solar Nebula, in Origin and Evolution of Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres, S. K. Atreya, J. B. Pollack, and M. S. Matthews, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), pp.~35-77.

58) A. P. Boss, Solar System: Origins, in Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics, D. E. James, ed. (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold), pp.~1211-1217.

59) A. P. Boss, Earth and Moon: Origins, in Encyclopedia of Solid Earth Geophysics, D. E. James, ed. (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold), pp.~224-230.

60) A. P. Boss, 3D Hydrodynamics and Radiative Transfer, Celestial Mechanics, 45, 85-88 [ Applications of Computer Technology to Dynamical Astronomy (IAU Colloquium 109), J. Kovalevsky and P. K. Seidelmann, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer)].

61) A. P. Boss, Cloud Collapse and Fragmentation, in Highlights of Astronomy, Vol.~8, D.~McNally, ed. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp.~123-126.

62) A. P. Boss, Low-mass Star and Planet Formation, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 101, 767-786.

63) V. C. Rubin, J. D. Kenney, A. P. Boss, and W. K. Ford, Jr., A Comparison of Optical and VLA Rotation Curves for Virgo Spirals, Astronomical Journal, 98, 1246-1252.

64) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. I. Nonaxisymmetric Structure during Nebula Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 345, 554-571.

65) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Formation in Rotating, Interstellar Clouds. VIII. Inner Core Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 346, 336-349.

1990

66) A. P. Boss, 3D Solar Nebula Models: Implications for Earth Origin, in Origin of the Earth, J. Jones and H. E. Newsom, eds. (Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute), pp.~3-15.

67) A. P. Boss and H. W. Yorke, Spectral and Isophotal Appearance of 3D Protostellar Models, Astrophysical Journal, 353, 236-244.

68) A. P. Boss, Fragmentation of Isothermal and Nonisothermal Protostellar Clouds, in Physical Processes in Fragmentation and Star Formation, R. Capuzzo-Dolcetti, C. Chiosi, and A. DiFazio, ed. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp. 279-292.

1991

69) A. P. Boss, Three Dimensional Evolution of the Early Solar Nebula, in Planetary Sciences -- American and Soviet Research, T. M. Donahue, ed. (National Academy Press: Washington), pp. 31-43.

70) A. P. Boss, Observational Implications of Protostellar Collapse and Accretion Models, in Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: New Results in Spectral Line Astrophysics, eds. A. D. Haschick and P. T. P. Ho (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), pp. 323-332.

71) A. P. Boss, Formation of Hierarchical Multiple Protostellar Cores, Nature, 351, 298-300.

72) A. P. Boss, A. G. W. Cameron, and W. Benz, Tidal Disruption of Inviscid Planetesimals, Icarus, 92, 165-178.

73) A. P. Boss, The Genesis of Binary Stars, Astronomy, 19, number 6 (June), pp. 34-41.

74) A. P. Boss, August 27, 1945, in The Best of Bad Faulkner, D. Faulkner Wells, ed. (San Diego: Harcourt Brace, Jovanovich), pp. 17-18.

1992

75) A. P. Boss, Origin of the Solar System, in The Astronomy and Astrophysics Encyclopedia, S. P. Maran, ed. (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold), pp. 648-650.

76) A. P. Boss, Solar System, in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology (New York: McGraw-Hill), pp. 631-634.

77) A. P. Boss, and E. A. Myhill, Protostellar Hydrodynamics: Constructing and Testing a Spatially and Temporally Second Order Accurate Method. I. Spherical Coordinates, Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 83, 311-327.

78) A. P. Boss, The Fragmentation Mechanism, in Complementary Approaches to Double & Multiple Star Research, IAU Colloquium No.~135, H. A. McAlister and W. I. Hartkopf, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), pp. 195-205.

79) A. P. Boss, The Genesis of Binary Stars, in The New Cosmos, R. Burnham, ed. (Kalmbach Books: Waukesha, Wisconsin), pp. 32-39. [reprinted from Astronomy, 19, 34].

80) A. P. Boss, Formation and Fragmentation of Protostellar and Protoplanetary Disks, in Astrophysical Disks, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 675, 303-313.

81) A. P. Boss, Numerical Models of the Formation of the Solar Nebula, Astronomicheskii Vestnik, 26, No.~3, pp. 8-13 (translation journal: Solar System Research, 26, 239-242).

1993

82) A. P. Boss, Formation of Binary Stars, in The Realm of Interacting Binary Stars, J. Sahade, G. E. McCluskey, Jr., and Y. Kondo, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp. 355-379.

83) W. M. Tscharnuter, and A. P. Boss, Formation of the Protosolar Nebula, in Protostars & Planets III, E. H. Levy and J. I. Lunine, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona), pp. 921-938.

84) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. I. Moderately Centrally Condensed Cores, Astrophysical Journal, 410 , 157-167.

85) A. P. Boss, and H. W. Yorke, An Alternative to Unseen Companions to T Tauri Stars, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 411, L99-L102.

86) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. II. Thermal Structure During Nebula Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 417, 351-367.

87) A. P. Boss, and J. A. Graham, Clumpy Disk Accretion and Chondrule Formation, Icarus, 106, 168-178.

88) E. A. Myhill, and A. P. Boss, Protostellar Hydrodynamics: Constructing and Testing a Spatially and Temporally Second Order Accurate Method. II. Cartesian Coordinates, Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 89, 345-359.

1994

89) A. P. Boss, Tidal Disruption of Periodic Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and a Constraint on Its Mean Density, Icarus, 107, 422-426.

90) L. Hartmann, A. Boss, N. Calvet, and B. Whitney, Protostellar Collapse in a Self-Gravitating Sheet, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 430, L49-L52.

91) C. K. Walker, G. Narayanan, and A. P. Boss, Spectroscopic Signatures of Infall in Young Protostellar Systems, Astrophysical Journal, 431, 767-782.

1995

92) A. P. Boss, Proximity of Jupiter-like Planets to Low Mass Stars, Science, 267, 360-362.

93) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. II. Collapse Induced by Stellar Shock Waves, Astrophysical Journal, 439, 224-236.

94) A. P. Boss, and H. W. Yorke, Spectral Energy of First Protostellar Cores: Detecting ``Class -I'' Protostars with ISO and SIRTF, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 439, L55-L58.

95) A. P. Boss, and E. A. Myhill, Second-Order-Accurate Radiative Hydrodynamics and Multidimensional Protostellar Collapse, Computer Physics Communications, 89, 59-67.

96) A. P. Boss, Solar System Formation: Timing is Everything, Nature, 375, 13-14.

97) A. P. Boss, and E. A. Myhill, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. III. Initial Differential Rotation, Astrophysical Journal, 451, 218-224.

98) A. P. Boss, Gravitational Collapse and Binary Protostars, Revista Mexicana de Astronom'ia y Astrof'isica -- Serie de Conferencias, 1, 165-177.

99) A. P. Boss, Solar System Formation: Hot Times in the Solar Nebula, Nature, 377, 578-579.

100) A. P. Boss, Discovering Companions to Young Stars, Scientific American, 273, 134-139.

1996

101) A. P. Boss, Giants and Dwarfs Meet in the Middle, Nature, 379, 397-398.

102) J. E. Chambers, G. W. Wetherill, and A. P. Boss, The Stability of Multi-Planet Systems, Icarus, 119, 261-268.

103) A. P. Boss, Large Scale Processes in the Solar Nebula, in Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk, R. Hewins, R. Jones, E. Scott, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 29-34.

104) A. P. Boss, A Concise Guide to Chondrule Formation Models, in Chondrules and the Protoplanetary Disk, R. Hewins, R. Jones, E. Scott, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 257-263.

105) L. Hartmann, N. Calvet, and A. Boss, Sheet Models of Protostellar Collapse, Astrophysical Journal, 464, 387-403.

106) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. IV. Oblate Clouds and Small Cluster Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 468, 231-240.

107) P. N. Foster, and A. P. Boss, Triggering Star Formation with Stellar Ejecta, Astrophysical Journal, 468, 784-796.

108) A. P. Boss, Extrasolar Planets, Physics Today, 49, 32-38.

109) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. III. Protoplanetary Disks Undergoing Mass Accretion, Astrophysical Journal, 469, 906-920.

110) A. P. Boss, and H. W. Yorke, Protoplanetary Disks, Mid-IR Dips, and Disk Gaps, Astrophysical Journal, 469, 366-372.

1997

111) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation by Gravitational Instability, Science, 276, 1836-1839.

112) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. V. Loss of Magnetic Field Support, Astrophysical Journal, 483, 309-319.

113) A. P. Boss, Earth-Moon System: Origins, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, eds. (London: Chapman and Hall), pp. 223-228.

114) A. P. Boss, Capture Mechanisms, in Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences, J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, eds. (London: Chapman and Hall), p. 76.

115) P. N. Foster, and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactive Nuclides from the Stellar Source that Triggered the Collapse of the Presolar Nebula, Astrophysical Journal, 489, 346-357.

116) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planetary Systems, in Infrared Space Interferometry: Astrophysics and the Study of Earth-like Planets, C. Eiroa, A. Alberdi, H. Thronson, T. de Graauw, and C. J. Schalinski, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), pp. 3-8.

117) A. P. Boss, and P. N. Foster, Triggering Presolar Cloud Collapse and Injecting Material into the Presolar Nebula, in Astrophysical Implications of the Laboratory Study of Presolar Minerals, T. J. Bernatowicz and E. K. Zinner, eds. (New York: AIP Press), pp. 649-664.

118) A. P. Boss, Temperatures in Protoplanetary Disks, in Origins of Planets and Life, H. J. Melosh, ed. (Palo Alto: Annual Reviews), pp. 53-80. [preprinted from Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences].

1998

119) A. P. Boss, Temperatures in Protoplanetary Disks, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 26, pp. 53-80.

120) A. P. Boss, Protostars and Protoplanetary Disks, Astrophysics and Space Science, 255, 15-23.

121) A. P. Boss, The Origin of Protoplanetary Disks, in Origins, eds. C. E. Woodward, J. M. Shull, and H. A. Thronson, Jr., (San Francisco: ASP), ASP Conference Series, Vol. 148, pp. 314-326.

122) A. P. Boss, and P. N. Foster, Injection of Short-Lived Isotopes Into the Presolar Cloud, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 494, L103-L106.

123) A. P. Boss, Astrometric Signatures of Giant Planet Formation, Nature, 393, 141-143.

124) A. P. Boss, The Jeans Mass Constraint and the Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 501, L77-L81.

125) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. IV. Giant Gaseous Protoplanet Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 503, 923-937.

126) S. S. Russell and A. P. Boss, Protostars and Planets, Science, 281, 932-933.

127) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation: Twin Planetary Systems in Embryo, Nature, 395, 320-321.

1999

128) A. P. Boss, Planets Elsewhere: More Surprises, Modern Astronomer, 3, #1, 59-60.

129) A. P. Boss, The Birth of Binary Stars, Sky & Telescope, June, pp. 32-38.

130) A. P. Boss, Formation of Extrasolar Giant Planets: Core Accretion or Disk Instability?, Earth, Moon, Planets, 81, 19-26.

131) A. P. Boss, C. A. Beichman, & H. A. Thronson, NASA and the Search for Extrasolar Planets, Earth, Moon, Planets, 81, 35-38.

132) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. VI. Slowly-Rotating Magnetic Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 520, 744-750.

2000

133) A. P. Boss, R. Fisher, R. I. Klein, & C. F. McKee, The Jeans Condition and Collapsing Cloud Cores: Filaments or Binaries?, Astrophysical Journal, 528, 325-335.

134) A. P. Boss, & H. A. T. Vanhala, Triggering Protostellar Collapse, Injection, and Disk Formation, Space Science Reviews, 92, 13-22.

135) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores, in Star Formation 1999, T. Nakamoto, ed. (Nobeyama: Nobeyama Radio Observatory), pp. 136-140.

136) A. Burkert, P. Bodenheimer, R. I. Klein, and A. P. Boss, Multiple Fragmentation of Protostars, in Protostars & Planets IV, V. G. Mannings, A. P. Boss, & S. S. Russell, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona), pp. 675-701.

137) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactivities into the Presolar Cloud: Convergence Testing, Astrophysical Journal, 538, 911-921.

138) A. P. Boss, Rapid Gas Giant Planet Formation, in Bioastronomy '99 -- A New Era in Bioastronomy, G. A. Lemarchand, K. J. Meech, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), ASP Conference series 213, pp. 66-72.

139) A. P. Boss, Possible Rapid Gas Giant Planet Formation in the Solar Nebula and Other Protoplanetary Disks, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 536, L101-L104.

140) A. P. Boss, Star Formation: Three's a Crowd, Nature, 405, pp. 405-407.

141) A. P. Boss, Protostellar Fragmentation Enhanced by Magnetic Fields, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 545, L61-L64.

142) A. P. Boss, From Disks to Planets: An Overview, in Euroconference on Disks, Planetesimals, and Planets, F. Garz'on, C. Eiroa, D. de Winter, T. J. Mahoney, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), Vol. 219, pp. 7-18.

2001

143) A. P. Boss, Extrasolar Planets: Giant Giants or Dwarf Dwarfs?, Nature, 409, 462-463.

144) A. P. Boss, Impact of Magnetic Fields on Fragmentation, in IAU Symposium 200: The Formation of Binary Stars, H. Zinnecker, R. D. Mathieu, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), pp. 371-380.

145) C. M. O'D. Alexander, A. P. Boss, and R. W. Carlson, The Early Evolution of the Inner Solar System: A Meteoritic Perspective, Science, 293, 64-68.

146) A. P. Boss, Formation of Planetary-Mass Objects by Protostellar Collapse and Fragmentation, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 551 , L167-L170.

147) A. P. Boss and H. A. T. Vanhala, Injection of newly-synthesized elements into the protosolar cloud, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (Series A), 359, 2005-2017.

148) A. P. Boss, Formation of Extrasolar Planets, in Astrokazan 2001: Astronomy and Geodesy in New Millennium, R. V. Zagretdinov, ed. (Kazan, Russia: Kazan State University), pp. 87-93.

149) A. P. Boss and L. W. Hartmann, Protostellar Collapse in a Rotating, Self-Gravitating Sheet, Astrophysical Journal, 562, 842-851.

150) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanet Formation: Disk Instability Models with Thermodynamics and Radiative Transfer, Astrophysical Journal, 563, 367-373.

151) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Planets, in Science with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, A. Wootten, ed. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 195-204.

2002

152) A. P. Boss, Stellar Metallicity and the Formation of Extrasolar Gas Giant Planets, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 567 , L149-L153.

153) A. P. Boss, G. W. Wetherill, and N. Haghighipour, Rapid Formation of Ice Giant Planets, Icarus, 156 , 291-295.

154) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. VII. Magnetic Fields and Multiple Protostar Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 568 , 743-753.

155) A. P. Boss and George D. Gatewood, On the Astrometric Detection of Extrasolar Planetary Systems, in SETI 2020, R. D. Ekers, D. K. Cullers, J. Billingham, & L. K. Scheffer, eds. (Palo Alto: SETI Institute), pp. 375-379.

156) H. A. T. Vanhala and A. P. Boss, Injection of Radioactivities into the Forming Solar System, Astrophysical Journal, 575 , 1144-1150.

157) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Gas and Ice Giant Planets, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 202 , 513-523.

158) A. P. Boss, They Might Be Giants, Mercury, May-June issue, p. 8.

159) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. V. Disk Instabilities with Varied Thermodynamics, Astrophysical Journal, 576 , 462-472.

160) A. P. Boss, Solar System, in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, Ninth Edition (New York: McGraw-Hill), 16 , 719-723.

2003

161) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, On Pressure Gradients and Rapid Migration of Solids in a Nonuniform Solar Nebula, Astrophysical Journal, 583 , 996-1003.

162) A. P. Boss, Triggered Collapse, Magnetic Fields, and Very Low Mass Star Formation, in Galactic Star Formation Across the Stellar Mass Spectrum, J. DeBuizer, ed. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 281-291.

163) A. P. Boss, Formation of Planetary-Mass Brown Dwarfs in Magnetic Molecular Clouds, in Proceedings of International Astronomical Union Symposium 211: Brown Dwarfs, E. Martin, ed. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 23-26.

164) A. P. Boss, Nomenclature: Brown Dwarfs, Gas Giant Planets, and ?, in Proceedings of International Astronomical Union Symposium 211: Brown Dwarfs, E. Martin, ed. (San Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 529-537.

165) A. P. Boss, Progress in Giant Planet Formation, in Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets, D. Deming and S. Seager, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), 269-276.

166) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, On Gas-Drag Induced Rapid Migration of Solids in a Non-Uniform Solar Nebula, Astrophysical Journal, 598 , 1301-1311.

167) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Ice Giant Planets by Disk Instability, Astrophysical Journal, 599 , 577-581.

168) A. P. Boss, Formation of Gas and Ice Giant Planets, in Toward Other Earths: Darwin/TPF and the Search for Extrasolar Terrestrial Planets, M. Fridlund, T. Henning, & H. Lacoste, eds. (Noordwijk: European Space Agency), ESA Special Publication SP-539, 172) A. P. Boss, On the Search for Extrasolar Planets, Daedalus, pp. 143-150.

2004

169) A. P. Boss, The Solar Nebula, in Treatise on Geochemistry, Volume 1: Meteorites, Comets, and Planets, A. Davis, ed. (Oxford: Elsevier), pp. 63-82.

170) A. P. Boss, On the fragmentation of magnetized cloud cores, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, 350, L57-L60.

171) N. Haghighipour and A. P. Boss, Dynamics of Small Solids in a Gravitationally Unstable Disk: Implications for Collisional Coagulation, in Astrophysics of Life, M. Livio, I. N. Reid, & W. B. Sparks, eds. (Baltimore: Space Telescope Science Institute), pp. 6-10.

172) A. P. Boss, On the Search for Extrasolar Planets, Daedalus, 133, no. 3, 116-119.

173) A. P. Boss, Convective Cooling of Protoplanetary Disks and Rapid Giant Planet Formation, Astrophysical Journal, 610, 456-463.

174) A. P. Boss, Planet Formation, Bulletin of the American Society for Gravitational and Space Biology, 17, no. 2, 91-98.

175) A. P. Boss, Companions to Young Stars, Scientific American: The Secret Lives of Stars, special edition [updated from October 1995 article], September, pp. 18-25.

176) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. VI. Mixing and Transport of Isotopic Heterogeneity, Astrophysical Journal, 616, 1265-1277.

177) W. Borucki, D. Koch, A. Boss, E. Dunham, A. Dupree, J. Geary, R. Gilliland, S. Howell, J. Jenkins, Y. Kondo, D. Latham, J. Lissauer, H. Reitsema, The Kepler Mission: a technical overview, in Second Eddingtion Workshop: Stellar structure and habitable planet finding, F. Favata, S. Aigrain, & A. Wilson, eds. (Noordwijk: European Space Agency), ESA Special Publication SP-538, pp. 177-182.

178) A. P. Boss, Early Solar System: Shock Fronts in Hawaii, Nature, 432, 957-958.

179) A. P. Boss, The Formation of Gas and Ice Giant Planets, in EPSL Frontiers: Collection 2002-2003, A. Halliday, ed. (Amsterdam: Elsevier), pp. 17-27 [reprinted from Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 202, 513-523].

180) A. P. Boss, Modes of Gaseous Planet Formation, in Planetary Systems in the Universe: Observation, Formation and Evolution, A. Penny, P. Artymowicz, A.-M. Lagrange, & S. Russell, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), pp. 141-148.

181) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, R. P. Stefanik, A. P. Boss, B. W. Carney, and J. B. Laird, When Do Planets Form? The Search for Extrasolar Planets Around Metal-Poor Stars, Proceedings of the XIXth IAP Symposium ``Extrasolar Planets: Today and Tomorrow'' (ASP Conference Series), p. 107.

182) A. P. Boss, From Molecular Clouds to Circumstellar Disks, in Comets II, M. C. Festou, H. U. Keller, & H. A. Weaver, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona), pp. 67-80.

2005

183) A. P. Boss and R. H. Durisen, Chondrule-Forming Shock Fronts in the Solar Nebula: A Possible Unified Scenario for Planet and Chondrite Formation, Astrophys. J. (Letters), 621, L137-L140.

184) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. VIII. Magnetically-Supported Infinite Sheets, Astrophysical Journal, 622, 393-403.

185) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, R. P. Stefanik, A. P. Boss, B. W. Carney, and J. B. Laird, A Keck/HIRES Search for Planets Orbiting Metal-Poor Dwarfs, in Proceedings of the Symposium ``The Three-Dimensional Universe with Gaia'' (ESA SP-576), Paris, France, pp. 309-312.

186) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. VII. Formation and Survival of Protoplanets Formed by Disk Instability, Astrophysical Journal, 629, 535-548.

187) A. P. Boss, Formation of Gas and Ice Giant Planets, in Meteoritos y Geologia Planetaria (J. Martinez-Frias & J. M. Madero, eds.), Imprenta Provincial, Cuenca, Spain, pp. 17-30. [reprinted from Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 202, 513-523].

188) A. P. Boss and R. H. Durisen, Sources of Shock Waves in the Protoplanetary Disk, in Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk, A. N. Krot, E. R. D. Scott, & B. Reipurth, eds. (San Francisco: Astronomical Society of the Pacific), ASP Conference Series vol. 341, pp. 821-838.

2006

189) A. P. Boss, Cosmogonical Heresy, Explorer, (Mountain View, California: SETI Institute), pp. 10-11, 36-37.

190) A. P. Boss, On the Formation of Gas Giant Planets on Wide Orbits, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 637, L137-L140.

191) A. P. Boss, Gas Giant Protoplanets Formed by Disk Instability in Binary Star Systems, Astrophysical Journal, 641, 1148-1161.

192) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Gas Giant Planets around M Dwarf Stars, Astrophysical Journal, 643, 501-508.

193) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Super-Earths around M Dwarf Stars, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 644, L79-L82.

194) A. P. Boss and J. N. Goswami, Presolar Cloud Collapse and the Formation and Early Evolution of the Solar Nebula, in Meteorites and the Early Solar System II, D. Lauretta, L. Leshin, & H. McSween, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona), pp. 171-186.

195) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation: Theories Meet Observations, in Planet Formation 2004: Observations, Experiments, and Theory, H. Klahr & W. Brandner, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 192-202.

196) A. P. Boss, George W. Wetherill (1925-2006): Geochemist, planetary scientist, and astrobiologist, Nature, 442, 756.

197) D. Narayanan, C. Kulesa, A. Boss, and C. K. Walker, Molecular Line Emission From Gravitationally Unstable Protoplanetary Disks, Astrophysical Journal, 647, 1426-1436.

198) A. P. Boss, How Do You Make a Giant Exoplanet?, Astronomy, October, pp. 38-43.

199) A. Sozzetti, G. Torres, D. W. Latham, B. W. Carney, R. P. Stefanik, A. P. Boss, J. B. Laird, and S. G. Korzennik, A Keck/HIRES Doppler Search for Planets Orbiting Metal-Poor Dwarfs. I. Testing Giant Planet Formation and Migration Scenarios, Astrophysical Journal, 649, 428-435.

200) A. P. Boss, Spatial heterogeneity of 26Al/27Al and of stable oxygen isotopes in the solar nebula, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 41, 1695-1703.

201) K. J. Johnston, ..., A. P. Boss, ..., The Origins Billion Star Survey: Galactic Explorer, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 118, 1428-1442.

2007

202) J. Tarter, ..., A. P. Boss, ..., On the Habitability of Planets Around Red Dwarf Stars, Astrobiology, 7, 30-65.

203) C. M. O'D. Alexander, A. P. Boss, L. P. Keller, J. A. Nuth, and A. Weinberger, Astronomical and meteoritic evidence for thermal processing of interstellar dust in protoplanetary disks, Protostars and Planets V, B. Reipurth, D. Jewitt, & K. Keil, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), pp. 801-813.

204) R. H. Durisen, A. P. Boss, L. Mayer, A. Nelson, K. Rice, and T. R. Quinn, Gravitational Instabilities in Gaseous Protoplanetary Disks and Implications for Giant Planet Formation, Protostars and Planets V, B. Reipurth, D. Jewitt, & K. Keil, eds. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), pp. 607-622.

205) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. IX. Magnetic Braking of Initially Filamentary Clouds, Astrophysical Journal, 658, 1136-1143.

206) H. Jang-Condell, and A. P. Boss, Signatures of Planet Formation in Gravitationally Unstable Disks, Astrophysical Journal, 659, L169-L172.

207) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. VIII. Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity of Short-Lived Radioisotopes and Stable Oxygen Isotopes, Astrophysical Journal, 660, 1707-1714.

208) A. P. Boss, Testing Disk Instability Models for Giant Planet Formation, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 661, L73-L76.

209) A. P. Boss, The Solar Nebula, in Treatise on Geochemistry, Volume 1: Meteorites, Comets, and Planets (Electronic), A. Davis, ed. (Oxford: Elsevier), 1.04 , pp. 1-23.

210) A. P. Boss, Outlook: Testing Planet Formation Theories, Planetary Systems and Planets in Systems , S. Udry, W. Benz, and R. von Steiger, eds. (Noordwijk: ESA Communications, International Space Science Institute), pp. 287-302.

211) A. P. Boss, Solar System, in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, Tenth Edition (New York: McGraw-Hill), 16 , pp. 727-730.

2008

212) M. Endl, W. D. Cochran, R. A. Wittenmyer, and A. P. Boss, An m sin i = 24 Earth Mass Planetary Companion to the Nearby M Dwarf GJ 176, Astrophysical Journal (Lettters), 673 , 1165-1168.

213) A. P. Boss, Mixing in the Solar Nebula: Implications for Isotopic Heterogeneity and Large-Scale Transport of Refractory Grains, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 268, 102-109.

214) A. P. Boss, Flux-Limited Diffusion Approximation Models of Giant Planet Formation by Disk Instability, Astrophysical Journal, 677, 607-615.

215) A. P. Boss, Extrasolar Planets: Past, Present, and Future, in A Decade of Extrasolar Planets Around Normal Stars, M. Livio, ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 1-14.

216) A. P. Boss, Rapid Formation of Gas Giants, Ice Giants, and Super-Earths, in Proceedings of Nobel Symposium No. 135 on ``Physics of Planetary Systems'', Physica Scripta, T130, pp. 1-7.

217) A. P. Boss, S. I. Ipatov, S. A. Keiser, E. A. Myhill, and H. A. T. Vanhala, Simultaneous Triggered Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injection of Short-Lived Radioisotopes by a Supernova Shock Wave, Astrophysical Journal (Letters), 686, L119-L122.

2009

218) D. Minniti, R. P. Butler, M. Lopez-Morales, S. A. Shectman, F. C. Adams, P. Arriagada, A. P. Boss, and J. E. Chambers, Low Mass Companions for Five Solar-Type Stars from the Magellan Planet Search Program, Astrophysical Journal, 693, 1424-1430.

219) N. Ouellette, S. J. Desch, M. Bizarro, A. P. Boss, F. Ciesla, and B. Meyer, Injection Mechanisms of Short-Lived Radionuclides and their Homogenization, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73, 4946-4962.

220) A. P. Boss, Analytical Solutions for Radiative Transfer: Implications for Giant Protoplanet Formation by Disk Instability, Astrophysical Journal, 694, 107-114.

221) A. P. Boss, Brave New Worlds, Physics World, March, pp. 26-30.

222) A. Sozzetti, G. Torres, D. W. Latham, R. P. Stefanik, S. G. Korzennik, A. P. Boss, B. W. Carney, and J. B. Laird, A Keck/HIRES Doppler Search for Planets Orbiting Metal-Poor Dwarfs. II. On the Frequency of Giant Planets in the Metal-Poor Regime, Astrophysical Journal, 697, 544-556.

223) A. P. Boss, Collapse and Fragmentation of Molecular Cloud Cores. X. Magnetic Braking of Prolate and Oblate Cores, Astrophysical Journal, 697, 1940-1945.

224) A. P. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, A. J. Weinberger, S. Shaklan, S. Pravdo, G. D. Gatewood, I. B. Thompson, G. Burley, C. Birk, S. R. Majewski, and R. J. Patterson, The Carnegie Astrometric Planet Search Program, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 121, 1218-1231.

225) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, B. W. Carney, J. B. Laird, R. P. Stefanik, A. P. Boss, D. Charbonneau, F. T. O'Donovan, M. J. Holma and J. N. Winn, Probing structural and evolutionary properties of exoplanets, Mem. S. A. Italy, 80, 318-321.

2010

226) A. P. Boss, S. I. Ipatov, S. A. Keiser, E. A. Myhill, and H. A. T. Vanhala, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injecting Short-Lived Radioisotopes with a Shock Wave. I. Varied Shock Speeds, Astrophysical Journal, 708, 1268-1280.

227) W. Borucki, D. Koch, ..., A. Boss, et al., Kepler Planet Detection Mission: Introduction and First Results, Science , 327, No. 5968, pp. 977-980.

228) P. Arriagada, R. P. Butler, D. Minniti, M. Lopez-Morales, S. A. Shectman, F. C. Adams, A. P. Boss, and J. E. Chambers, Five Long-Period Extrasolar Planets in Eccentric Orbits from the Magellan Planet Search Program, Astrophysical Journal, 711, 1229-1235.

229) D. Koch, W. Borucki, ..., A. Boss, et al., Kepler Early Science, Mission Design, and Realized Photometric Performance, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 713, L79-L86.

230) W. Traub, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Detectability of Earth-Like Planets in Multi-Planet Systems: Preliminary Report, EAS Publications Series, Volume 42, 191-199.

231) A. P. Boss, Metallicity and Planet Formation: Models, in Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 265: Chemical Abundances in the Universe: Connecting First Stars to Planets , eds. K. Cunha, M. Spite, & B. Barbuy, pp. 391-398.

232) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, B. W. Carney, J. B. Laird, R. P. Stefanik, A. P. Boss, and S. Korzennik, On the Frequency of Gas Giant Planets in the Metal-Poor Regime, in Proceedings of IAU Symposium No. 265: Chemical Abundances in the Universe: Connecting First Stars to Planets , eds. K. Cunha, M. Spite, & B. Barbuy, pp. 416-419.

233) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Who Pulled the Trigger: A Supernova or an AGB Star?, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 717, L1-L5.

234) G. Anglada-Escude, A. P. Boss, and A. J. Weinberger, Ground-Based Astrometric Planet Searches using Medium-sized Telescopes, in Pathways Toward Habitable Planets, V. Coude du Foresto, D. M. Gelino, and I. Ribas, eds., Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 430, 401-402.

235) L. Mayer, A. P. Boss, and A. Nelson, Gravitational Instability in Binary Protoplanetary Disks, in Planets in Binary Star Systems, N. Haghighipour, ed. (New York: Springer), pp. 195-238.

236) S. J. Desch, M. A. Morris, H. C. Connolly Jr., and A. P. Boss, A Critical Examination of the X-Wind Model for the Formation of Chondrules and CAIs, Astrophysical Journal, 725, 692-711.

237) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation by Disk Instability in Low Mass Disks?, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 725, L145-L149.

238) A. P. Boss, George W. Wetherill: Physicist, Geochemist, Planetary Scientist, and Astrobiologist, in Highlights of Astronomy (I. F. Corbett, ed.), XXVII General Assembly, Cambridge University Press, Volume 15, pp. 724-725.

239) A. Sozzetti, D. W. Latham, G. Torres, A. P. Boss, B. W. Carney, S. G. Korzennik, J. B. Laird, and R. P. Stefanik, The Keck metal-poor planet search: on the frequency of gas giant planets in the metal-poor regime, Mem. Soc. Astron. Ital. Suppl. , 14, 173-176.

240) B. Biller, M. C. Liu, Z. Wahhaj, E. Nielson, ..., A. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Discovery of a Close Substellar Companion to the Nearby Young Solar Analog PZ Tel, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 720, L82-L87.

2011

241) M. W. Muterspaugh, B. F. Lane, S. R. Kulkarni, M. Konacki, B. F. Burke, M. M. Colavita, M. Shao, W. I. Hartkopf, A. P. Boss, and M. Williamson, The PHASES Differential Astrometry Data Archive. V. Candidate Substellar Companions to Binary Systems, Astronomical Journal, 140, 1657-1671.

242) W. Borucki, D. Koch, ..., A. Boss, et al., Characteristics of Kepler Planetary Candidates Based on the First Data Set: The Majority Are Found to be Neptune-Sizer and Smaller, Astrophysical Journal, 728, 117-137.

243) Z. Wahhaj, M. C. Liu, B. A. Biller, F. Clarke, E. Nielson, ..., A. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Discovery of a Substellar L Dwarf Companion to the Nearby Young M Dwarf CD-35 2722, Astrophysical Journal, 729, 139-152.

244) A. P. Boss, Formation of Giant Planets by Disk Instability on Wide Orbits Around Protostars with Varied Masses, Astrophysical Journal, 731, 74-87.

245) W. Borucki, ..., A. Boss, et al., Characteristics of Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler, II: Analysis of the First Four Months of Data, Astrophysical Journal, 736, 19 (22 pp).

246) L. R. Doyle, J. Carter, D. Fabrycky, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., KOI1611: A Transiting, Circumbinary Planet Around a Low Mass-Ratio Eclipsing Binary, Science, 333, 1602-1606.

247) A. P. Boss, Evolution of the Solar Nebula. IX. Gradients in the Spatial Heterogeneity of the Short-Lived Radioisotopes 60Fe and 26Al and the Stable Oxygen Isotopes, Astrophysical Journal, 739, 61 (11 pp).

248) G. J. MacPherson, and A. P. Boss, From Rocks to Stars: Cosmochemical Evidence for Astrophysical Processes During the Formation of Our Solar System, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, 19152-19158.

249) A. P. Boss, D. M. Hudgins, and W. A. Traub, New Worlds, New Horizons and NASA's Approach to the Next Decade of Exoplanet Discoveries, in The Astrophysics of Planetary Systems: Formation, Structure, and Dynamical Evolution, A. Sozzetti, M. G. Lattanzi, and A. P. Boss, eds., Cambridge University Press, 276, pp. 324-334.

250) J. N. Winn, S. Albrecht, J. A. Johnson, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Spin-Orbit Alignment for the Circumbinary Planet Host Kepler-16 A, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 741, L1 (6pp).

2012

251) A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation by Disk Instability: Flux-Limited Radiative Diffusion and Protostellar Wobbles, Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society, 419, 1930-1936.

252) A. P. Boss, Mixing and Transport of Isotopic Heterogeneity in the Early Solar System, Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 40, 23-43.

253) W. Borucki, ..., A. Boss, et al., Kepler-22b: A 2.4 Earth-Radius Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Sun-like Star, Astrophysical Journal, 745, 120 (16 pp).

254) E. Nielsen, M. C. Liu, Z. Wahhaj, B. A. Biller, T. L. Hayward, A. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Discovery of a Multiple System Orbiting the Young A Star HD 1160, Astrophysical Journal, 745, 53 (14 pp).

255) A. P. Boss, Solar System (updated), in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, Eleventh Edition (New York: McGraw-Hill), 16, 751-755.

256) T. A. Simon, W. A. Ward, Jr., and A. P. Boss, Performance Analysis of Intel Multiprocessors Using Astrophysics Simulations, Concurrency and Computation, Practice and Experience, 24, 155-166.

257) G. Anglada-Escude, A. P. Boss, A. J. Weinberger, I. B. Thompson, R. P. Butler, S. S. Vogt, and E. Rivera, Astrometry and radial velocities of the planet host M dwarf GJ 317: new trigonometric distance, metallicity, and upper limit to the mass of GJ 317b, Astrophysical Journal, 746, 37 (14 pp).

258) A. W. Howard, G. W. Marcy, ..., A. Boss, et al., Planet Occurrence Within 0.25 AU of Solar-Type Stars from Kepler, Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 201, 15 (20 pp).

259) S. J. Desch, M. A. Morris, H. C. Connolly Jr., and A. P. Boss, The Importance of Experiments: Constraints on Chondrule Formation Models, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 47, 1139-1156.

260) J. H. Steffen, D. Ragozzine, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Kepler constraints on planets near hot Jupiters, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 7982-7987.

261) A. P. Boss, C. M. O'D. Alexander, and M. Podolak, Cosmochemical Consequences of Particle Trajectories During FU Orionis Outbursts by the Early Sun, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 345-348, 18-26.

262) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Supernova-Triggered Molecular Cloud Core Collapse and the Rayleigh-Taylor Fingers that Polluted the Solar Nebula, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 756, L9 (6 pp).

263) E. L. Shkolnik, G. Anglada-Escude, M. C. Liu, A. J. Weinberger, A. P. Boss, B. Bowler, I. N. Reid, and M. Tamura, Identifying the Young Low-Mass Stars Within 25 pc. II. Distances, Kinematics, and Group Membership, Astrophysical Journal, 758, 56 (23 pp).

264) J. A. Orosz, W. F. Welsh, D. C. Fabrycky, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., Kepler-47: A Multi-Planet Transiting Circumbinary Planet System, Science, 337, 1511-1514.

265) P. Hinz, J. Codona, O. Guyon, W. Hoffman, A. Skemer, J. Hora, V. Tolls, A. Boss, A. Weinberger, P. Arbo, T. Connors, O. Durney, T. McMahon, M. Montoya, and V. Vaitheeswaran, TIGER: A High Contrast Infrared Imager for the Giant Magellan Telescope, SPIE Proceedings, 8446, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy IV, 84461P.

2013

266) A. J. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. P. Boss, Distance and Kinematics of the TW Hydrae Association from Parallaxes, Astrophysical Journal, 762, 118 (10 pp).

267) N. Batalha, J. F. Rowe, S. T. Bryson,..., A. P. Boss, et al., Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler III: Analysis of the First 16 Months of Data, Astrophysical Journal Supplement, 204, 24 (21 pp).

268) C. C. Stark, A. P. Boss, A. J. Weinberger, B. K. Jackson, M. Endl, W. D. Cochran, M. Johnson, C. Caldwell, E. Agol, E. B. Ford, J. R. Hall, K. A. Ibrahim, and J. Li, A Search for Exozodiacal Clouds with Kepler, Astrophysical Journal, 764, 195 (8 pp).

269) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores with the Enzo AMR MHD Code. I. Uniform Density Spheres, Astrophysical Journal, 764, 136 (13 pp).

270) A. P. Boss, Orbital Migration of Protoplanets in a Marginally Gravitationally Unstable Disk, Astrophysical Journal, 764, 194 (11 pp).

271) G. Anglada-Escude, B. Rojas-Ayala, A. J. Weinberger, and A. P. Boss, GJ 1214 revised: Improved trigonometric parallax, stellar parameters, orbital solution, and bulk properties for the super-Earth GJ 1214b, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 551, A48 (9 pp).

272) W. Borucki, ..., A. Boss, et al., Kepler-62: A five-planet system with planets of 1.4 and 1.6 Earth-radii in the habitable zone of a K2V star, Science, 340, 587-590.

273) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injecting Short-Lived Radioisotopes with a Shock Wave. II. Varied Shock Wave and Cloud Core Parameters, Astrophysical Journal, 770, 51 (11 pp).

274) A. J. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, and A. P. Boss, Erratum: Distance and Kinematics of the TW Hydrae Association from Parallaxes, Astrophysical Journal, 767, 96 (2 pp).

275) A. P. Boss, Mixing and Transport of Short-Lived and Stable Isotopes in Protoplanetary Disks, Astrophysical Journal, 775, 5 (9 pp).

276) Z. Wahhaj, M. C. Liu, E. L. Nielsen, B. A. Biller, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: The Frequency of Giant Planets Around Debris Disk Stars, Astrophysical Journal, 773, 179 (30 pp).

277) E. L. Nielsen, M. C. Liu, Z. Wahhaj, B. A. Biller, ..., A. P. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: The Frequency of Giant Planets Around Young B and A Stars, Astrophysical Journal, 776, 4 (35 pp).

278) B. Biller, M. C. Liu, Z. Wahhaj, E. Nielsen, ..., A. Boss, et al., The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: The Frequency of Planets Around Young Moving Group Stars, Astrophysical Journal, 777, 160 (40 pp).

279) P. Robertson, M. Endl, W. D. Cochran, P. J. MacQueen, and A. P. Boss, Secretly Eccentric: The Giant Planet and Activity Cycle of GJ 328, Astrophysical Journal, 774, 147 (9 pp).

2014

280) A. P. Boss and F. Ciesla, The Solar Nebula (updated), in Treatise on Geochemistry Update 1: Meteorites, Comets, and Planets, A. Davis, ed. (Oxford: Elsevier), p. 37-53.

281) G. W. Marcy, H. Isaacson, A. W. Howard, ..., A. Boss, ..., Masses, Radii, and Orbits of Small Kepler Planets: The Transition from Gaseous to Rocky Planets, Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 210, 20 (70 pp).

282) A. P. Boss, A. J. Weinberger, G. Anglada-Escude, I. B. Thompson, and R. Brahm, Habitable Worlds Around M Dwarf Stars: The CAPSCam Astrometric Planet Search, Proceedings of IAU Symposium #293 on Formation, Detection, and Characterization of Extrasolar Habitable Planets (N. Haghighipour, ed.), pp. 183-188.

283) A. J. Weinberger, A. P. Boss, G. Anglada-Escude, Astrometry in the Service of Planet Formation Studies: Disk Lifetimes in Nearby Star Forming Regions and a Planet Candidate around an Mature Brown Dwarf, Proceedings of IAU Symposium 299: Exploring the Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems, pp. 230-231.

284) A. P. Boss, How Planets Form, Astronomy Magazine, electronic version only.

285) B. Reipurth, C. J. Clarke, A. P. Boss, S. P. Goodwin, L. F. Rodriguez, K. G. Stassun, A. Tokovinin, and H. Zinnecker, Formation and Early Evolution of Binary and Multiple Systems, in Protostars & Planets VI, eds. H. Beuther, R. Klessen, K. Dullemond, and Th. Henning, pp. 267-290.

286) R. Helled, P. Bodenheimer, Y. Alibert, M. Podolak, S. Nayakshin, J. Fortney, F. Meru, L. Mayer, and A. P. Boss, Giant Planet Formation, Evolution, and Internal Structure, in Protostars & Planets VI, eds. H. Beuther, R. Klessen, K. Dullemond, and Th. Henning, pp. 643-665.

287) A. P. Boss, and S. A. Keiser, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injecting Short-Lived Radioisotopes with a Shock Wave. III. Rotating Three Dimensional Cloud Cores, Astrophysical Journal, 788, 20 (9 pp).

288) A. P. Boss, and S. A. Keiser, Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores with the Enzo AMR MHD Code. II. Prolate and Oblate Cores, Astrophysical Journal, 794, 44 (14 pp).

289) J. R. Males, L. M. Close, O. Guyon, K. Morzinskia, A. Puglisi, P. Hinz, K. B. Follete, J. Monnier, V. Tolls, T. J. Rodigas, A. Weinberger, A. Boss, D. Kopon, Y.-L. Wu, S. Esposito, A. Riccardi, M. Xompero, R. Briguglio, E. Pinna, Direct Imaging of Exoplanets in the Habitable Zone with Adaptive Optics, in Adaptive Optics Systems IV, E. Marchetti, L. M. Close, and J.-P. Véran, eds., Paper 914820, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9148, SPIE, Bellingham, Washington.

2015

290) A. P. Boss, Orbital Survival of m-size and Larger Bodies During Gravitationally Unstable Phases of Protoplanetary Disk Evolution, Astrophysical Journal, 807, 10 (12 pp).

291) A. P. Boss and S. A. Keiser, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injecting Short-Lived Radioisotopes with a Shock Wave. IV. Effects of Rotational Axis Orientation, Astrophysical Journal, 809, 103 (11 pp).

2016

292) T. J. Rodigas, P. Arriagada, J. Faherty, G. Anglada-Escude, N. Kaib, R. P. Butler, S. Shectman, A. Weinberger... , A. P. Boss, J. E Chambers, MAGAO Imaging of Long-Period Objects (MILO). I. A Benchmark M Dwarf Companion Exciting an Inner Massive Planet Around the Sun-Like Star HD 7449, Astrophysical Journal, 818, 106 (12 pp).

293) A. P. Boss, Supernovae and the Formation of Planetary Systems, in Handbook of Supernovae, A. W. Alsabti and P. Murdin, eds., Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 1-17,

294) A. J. Weinberger, A. P. Boss, S. A. Keiser, G. Anglada-Escude, I. B. Thompson, and G. Burley, Trigonometric Parallaxes and Proper Motions of 134 Southern Late M, L, and T Dwarfs from the Carnegie Astrometric Planet Search Program, Astronomical Journal, 152, 24 (8 pp).

295) J. P. Donaldson, A. J. Weinberger, J. Gagne, J. H. Faherty, A. P. Boss, and S. A. Keiser, TW Hydrae Association Astrometry, Astrophysical Journal, 833, 95 (11 pp).

2017

296) A. P. Boss, The Effect of Protoplanetary Disk Cooling Times on the Formation of Gas Giant Planets by Gravitational Instability, Astrophysical Journal, 836, 53 (15 pp).

297) A. P. Boss, Triggering Collapse of the Presolar Dense Cloud Core and Injecting Short-Lived Radioisotopes with a Shock Wave. V. Non-isothermal Regime Collapse, Astrophysical Journal, submitted.


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[Last updated: 22 March 2017]