Natasha Batalha
Natasha Batalha
NASA Ames
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A framework for prioritizing the TESS planetary candidates most amenable to atmospheric characterization
EMR Kempton, JL Bean, DR Louie, D Deming, DDB Koll, M Mansfield, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 130 (993), 114401, 2018
1352018
PandExo: a community tool for transiting exoplanet science with JWST & HST
NE Batalha, A Mandell, K Pontoppidan, KB Stevenson, NK Lewis, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 129 (976), 064501, 2017
1252017
Characterizing transiting planet atmospheres through 2025
NB Cowan, T Greene, D Angerhausen, NE Batalha, M Clampin, K Colón, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 127 (949), 311, 2015
1182015
Habitable moist atmospheres on terrestrial planets near the inner edge of the habitable zone around M dwarfs
R kumar Kopparapu, ET Wolf, G Arney, NE Batalha, J Haqq-Misra, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 845 (1), 5, 2017
852017
The factory and the beehive. I. Rotation periods for low-mass stars in praesepe
MA Agüeros, KR Covey, JJ Lemonias, NM Law, A Kraus, N Batalha, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 740 (2), 110, 2011
812011
Limit cycles can reduce the width of the habitable zone
J Haqq-Misra, RK Kopparapu, NE Batalha, CE Harman, JF Kasting
The Astrophysical Journal 827 (2), 120, 2016
642016
Three’s Company: An additional non-transiting super-Earth in the bright HD 3167 system, and masses for all three planets
JL Christiansen, A Vanderburg, J Burt, BJ Fulton, K Batygin, B Benneke, ...
The Astronomical Journal 154 (3), 122, 2017
582017
Strategies for constraining the atmospheres of temperate terrestrial planets with JWST
NE Batalha, NK Lewis, MR Line, J Valenti, K Stevenson
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 856 (2), L34, 2018
552018
Testing the early Mars H2–CO2 greenhouse hypothesis with a 1-D photochemical model
N Batalha, SD Domagal-Goldman, R Ramirez, JF Kasting
Icarus 258, 337-349, 2015
442015
Climate cycling on early Mars caused by the carbonate–silicate cycle
NE Batalha, RK Kopparapu, J Haqq-Misra, JF Kasting
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 455, 7-13, 2016
392016
Information content analysis for selection of optimal JWST observing modes for transiting exoplanet atmospheres
NE Batalha, MR Line
The Astronomical Journal 153 (4), 151, 2017
362017
Disentangling the planet from the star in late-type M dwarfs: a case study of TRAPPIST-1g
HR Wakeford, NK Lewis, J Fowler, G Bruno, TJ Wilson, SE Moran, ...
The Astronomical Journal 157 (1), 11, 2018
352018
Challenges to constraining exoplanet masses via transmission spectroscopy
NE Batalha, EMR Kempton, R Mbarek
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 836 (1), L5, 2017
352017
Limits on Clouds and Hazes for the TRAPPIST-1 Planets
SE Moran, SM Hörst, NE Batalha, NK Lewis, HR Wakeford
The Astronomical Journal 156 (6), 252, 2018
332018
The Precision of Mass Measurements Required for Robust Atmospheric Characterization of Transiting Exoplanets
NE Batalha, T Lewis, JJ Fortney, NM Batalha, E Kempton, NK Lewis, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 885 (1), L25, 2019
302019
The transiting exoplanet community early release science program for JWST
JL Bean, KB Stevenson, NM Batalha, Z Berta-Thompson, L Kreidberg, ...
Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 130 (993), 114402, 2018
222018
Color classification of extrasolar giant planets: Prospects and cautions
NE Batalha, AJRW Smith, NK Lewis, MS Marley, JJ Fortney, B Macintosh
The Astronomical Journal 156 (4), 158, 2018
182018
Exoplanet reflected-light spectroscopy with PICASO
NE Batalha, MS Marley, NK Lewis, JJ Fortney
The Astrophysical Journal 878 (1), 70, 2019
172019
The need for laboratory measurements and ab initio studies to aid understanding of exoplanetary atmospheres
JJ Fortney, TD Robinson, S Domagal-Goldman, AD Del Genio, IE Gordon, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.07064, 2019
142019
The Astrophysical Journal, 856
NE Batalha, NK Lewis, MR Line, J Valenti, K Stevenson
L34, 2018
122018
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