Publications

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You can also click on the title for each entry in the list I maintain below.

Papers led by me or my students

[4] Characterizing the Performance of the NIRC2 Vortex Coronagraph at W. M. Keck Observatory
W. J. Xuan*, D. Mawet, H. Ngo et al. 2018, Astronomical Journal, 156, 156.

[3] No difference in orbital parameters of RV-detected giant planets between 0.1-5 au in single vs. multi-stellar systems
H. Ngo, H. Knutson, M. Bryan et al. 2017, Astronomical Journal, 153, 242.

[2] Friends of Hot Jupiters. IV. Stellar companions beyond 50 AU might facilitate giant planet formation, but most are unlikely to cause Kozai-Lidov migration
H. Ngo, H. Knutson, S. Hinkley et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal, 827, 8.

[1] Friends of Hot Jupiters. II. No correspondence Between hot-Jupiter spin-orbit misalignment and the incidence of directly imaged stellar companions
H. Ngo, H. Knutson, S. Hinkley et al. 2015, Astrophysical Journal, 800, 138.

* indicates a student that I have (co-)supervised/mentored

Papers with contributions from me

[21] EPIC 219217635: a doubly eclipsing quadruple system containing an evolved binary
T. Borkovits, S. Albrecht, S. Rappaport et al. (including H. Ngo) 2018, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 478, 5135.

[20] On-sky performance of the QACITS pointing control technique with the Keck/NIRC2 vortex coronagraph
E. Huby, M. Bottom, B. Femenia, H. Ngo, et al. 2017, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 600, A46.

[19] KELT-16b: A Highly Irradiated, Ultra-short Period Hot Jupiter Nearing Tidal Disruption
T. Oberst, J. Rodriguez, K. Colón et al. (including H. Ngo) 2017, Astronomical Journal, 153, 97.

[18] EPIC 220204960: A Quadruple Star System Containing Two Strongly Interacting Eclipsing Binaries
S. Rappaport, A. Vanderburg, T. Borkovits et al. (including H. Ngo) 2017, MNRAS, stx143.

[17] Near-IR Emission Spectrum of WASP-103b using Hubble Space
Telescope/Wide Field Camera 3

K. Cartier, T. Beatty, M. Zhao et al. (including H. Ngo) 2017, Astronomical Journal, 153, 34.

[16] Planets Around Low-Mass Stars (PALMS). VI. Discovery of a Remarkably Red Planetary-Mass Companion to the AB Dor Moving Group Candidate 2MASS J22362452+4751425
B. Bowler, M. Liu, D. Mawet, H. Ngo, et al. 2017, Astronomical Journal, 153, 18.

[15] EPIC201702477b: A Transiting Brown Dwarf from K2 in a 41 day orbit
D. Bayliss, S. Hojjatpanah, A. Santerne et al. (including H. Ngo) 2017, Astronomical Journal, 153, 15.

[14] A Quintuple Star System Containing Two Eclipsing Binaries
S. Rappaport, H. Lehmann, B. Kalomeni et al. (including H. Ngo) 2016, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 462, 1812.

[13] Statistics of Long Period Gas Giant Planets in Known Planetary Systems
M. Bryan, H. Knutson, A. Howard, H. Ngo et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal, 821, 89.

[12] KIC 7177553: A Quadruple System of Two Close Binaries
H. Lehmann, T. Borkovits, S. A. Rappaport, H. Ngo et al. 2016, Astrophysical Journal, 819, 33.

[11] Friends of Hot Jupiters III. An Infrared Spectroscopic Search for Low-Mass Stellar Companions
D. Piskorz, H. Knutson, H. Ngo et al. 2015, Astrophysical Journal, 814, 148.

[10] Characterization of the Atmosphere of the Hot Jupiter HAT-P-32Ab and the M-Dwarf Companion HAT-P-32B
M. Zhao, J. O’Rourke, J. Wright et al. (including H. Ngo) 2014, Astrophysical Journal, 796, 115.

[9] WASP-12b and HAT-P-8b are Members of Triple Star Systems
E. Bechter, J. Crepp, H. Ngo et al. 2014, Astrophysical Journal, 788, 2.

[8] Friends of Hot Jupiters. I. A Radial Velocity Search for Massive, Long-Period Companions to Close-In Gas Giant Planets
H. Knutson, B. Fulton, B. Montet, M. Kao, H. Ngo et al. 2014, Astrophysical Journal, 785, 126.

[7] Production of Near-Earth Asteroids on Retrograde Orbits
S. Greenstreet, B. Gladman, H. Ngo et al. 2012, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 749, L39.

[6] The Orbital Distribution of Near-Earth Objects Inside Earth's Orbit
S. Greenstreet, H. Ngo, and B. Gladman 2012, Icarus, 217, 355.

[5] Frame-to-frame image realignment assessment tool for dynamic brain positron emission tomography
K. Dinelle, H. Ngo, S. Blinder et al. 2011, Medical Physics, 38, 773.

[4] Submillimetre observations of galaxy clusters with BLAST: the star formation activity in Abell 3112
F. Braglia, P. A. R. Ade, J. J. Bock et al. (including H. Ngo) 2011, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 412, 1187.

[3] BLAST: A Far-Infrared Measurement Of The History Of Star Formation
E. Pascale, P. A. R. Ade, J. J. Bock et al. (including H. Ngo) 2009, Astrophysical Journal, 707, 1740.

[2] BLAST: Resolving The Cosmic Submillimeter Background
G. Marsden, P. A. R. Ade, J. J. Bock et al. (including H. Ngo) 2009, Astrophysical Journal, 707, 1729.

[1] Over half of the far-infrared background light comes from galaxies at z ≥ 1.2
M. J. Devlin, P. A. R. Ade, I. Aretxaga et al. (including H. Ngo) 2009, Nature, 458, 737.

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