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HST Observations of Vibrationally-Excited Molecular Hydrogen in Cluster Cooling Flow Nebulae
Megan Donahue; Jennifer Mack; G. Mark Voit; William Sparks; Richard Elston; Philip R. Maloney;
5 Jul 2000
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Omega-Matter from the Temperature-Redshift Distribution of EMSS Clusters of Galaxies
Megan Donahue; G. Mark Voit;
23 Jul 1999
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An Observationally Motivated Framework for AGN Heating of Cluster Cores
G. Mark Voit; Megan Donahue;
7 Sep 2005
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Two Clusters with Radio-quiet Cooling Cores
Megan Donahue; G. Mark Voit; Christopher P. O'Dea; Stefi A. Baum; William B. Sparks;
26 Aug 2005
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The Mass, Baryonic Fraction, and X-ray Temperature of the Luminous, High Redshift Cluster of Galaxies, MS0451.6-0305
Megan Donahue; Jessica A. Gaskin; Sandeep K. Patel; Marshall Joy; Doug Clowe; & John P. Hughes;
1 Aug 2003   /  Astrophys.J. 598 (2003) 190-209
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Cool Gas in Clusters of Galaxies
Megan Donahue; G. Mark Voit;
31 Jul 2003   /  2003 Carnegie Observatory Astrophysics Series, Vol 3: Clusters of Galaxies: Probes of Cosmological Structure and Galaxy Evolution, eds. J. S. Mulchaey, A. Dressler and A. Oemler (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
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Chandra Observations of the Interacting NGC 4410 Galaxy Group
Beverly J. Smith; Michael Nowak; Megan Donahue; John Stocke;
9 Jul 2003   /  Astron.J. 126 (2003) 1763
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Constraints on the Cluster Environments and Hot Spot Magnetic Field Strengths of the Radio Sources 3C254 and 3C280
Megan Donahue; Ruth A. Daly; Donald J. Horner;
7 Nov 2002   /  Astrophys.J. 584 (2003) 643-656
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The KPNO/Deeprange Distant Cluster Survey: I. The Catalog & the Space Density of Intermediate Redshift Clusters
Marc Postman; Tod R. Lauer; William Oegerle; Megan Donahue;
29 May 2002   /  Astrophys.J. 579 (2002) 93-126
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Star Formation in the Radio Galaxy NGC 4410A
Megan Donahue; Beverly J. Smith; John T. Stocke;
10 Dec 2001
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Distant Cluster Hunting I: A Comparison Between the Optical and X-ray Luminosity Functions from an Optical/X-ray Survey
Megan Donahue; Jennifer Mack; Caleb Scharf; Paul Lee; Marc Postman; Piero Rosati; Mark Dickinson; G. Mark Voit; John T. Stocke;
21 Dec 2001   /  2001 ApJ Letters 552, L93-L96
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Distant Cluster Hunting II: A comparison of X-ray and optical cluster detection techniques and catalogs from the ROX Survey
Megan Donahue; Caleb Scharf; Jennifer Mack; Paul Lee; Marc Postman; Piero Rosati; Mark Dickinson; G. Mark Voit; John Stocke;
21 Dec 2001
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Interstellar Gas and Star Formation Near the Peculiar Radio Galaxy NGC 4410A
Beverly J. Smith; Megan Donahue; John Stocke;
19 Sep 2000
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Clusters of Galaxies Masquerading as X-Ray Quasars
Megan Donahue; Kelsey Funkhouser; Dana Koeppe; Rachel L. S. Frisbie; G. Mark Voit;
21 Feb 2020
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The Radial Acceleration Relation in CLASH Galaxy Clusters
Yong Tian; Keiichi Umetsu; Chung-Ming Ko; Megan Donahue; I-Non Chiu;
23 Jan 2020
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Astro2020: Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy Graduate Education: an Astro2020 APC White Paper by the AAS Taskforce on Diversity and Inclusion in Astronomy Graduate Education
Alexander Rudolph; Gibor Basri; Marcel Agüeros; Ed Bertschinger; Kim Coble; Megan Donahue; Jackie Monkiewicz; Angela Speck; Rachel Ivie; Christine Pfund; Julie Posselt;
16 Jul 2019
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The Dust and Molecular Gas in the Brightest Cluster Galaxy in MACS 1931.8-2635
Kevin Fogarty; Marc Postman; Yuan Li; Helmut Dannerbauer; Hauyu Baobab Liu; Megan Donahue; Bodo Ziegler; Anton Koekemoer; Brenda Frye;
4 May 2019
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Supermassive Black Hole Feedback
Mateusz Ruszkowski; Daisuke Nagai; Irina Zhuravleva; Corey Brummel-Smith; Yuan Li; Edmund Hodges-Kluck; Hsiang-Yi Karen Yang; Kaustuv Basu; Jens Chluba; Eugene Churazov; Megan Donahue; Andrew Fabian; Claude-André Faucher-Giguère; Massimo Gaspari; Julie Hlavacek-Larrondo; Michael McDonald; Brian McNamara; Paul Nulsen; Tony Mroczkowski; Richard Mushotzky; Christopher Reynolds; Alexey Vikhlinin; Mark Voit; Norbert Werner; John ZuHone; Ellen Zweibel;
22 Mar 2019
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Detection of a Lensed z$approx$11 Galaxy in the Rest-Optical with Spitzer/IRAC and the Inferred SFR, Stellar Mass, and Physical Size
Daniel Lam; Rychard J. Bouwens; Dan Coe; Adi Zitrin; Christopher Barber; Ivo Labbe; Themiya Nanayakkara; Megan Donahue; Renske Smit; Xinwen Shu; Ranga-Ram Chary; John Moustakas; Mario Nonino; Daniel D. Kelson; Tom Broadhurst; Larry Bradley; Mauricio Carrasco; Piero Rosati;
19 Mar 2019
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Understanding the circumgalactic medium is critical for understanding galaxy evolution
Molly S. Peeples; Peter Behroozi; Rongmon Bordoloi; Alyson Brooks; James S. Bullock; Joseph N. Burchett; Hsiao-Wen Chen; John Chisholm; Charlotte Christensen; Alison Coil; Lauren Corlies; Aleksandar Diamond-Stanic; Megan Donahue; Claude-André Faucher-Giguère; Henry Ferguson; Drummond Fielding; Andrew J. Fox; David M. French; Steven R. Furlanetto; Mario Gennaro; Karoline M. Gilbert; Erika Hamden; Nimish Hathi; Matthew Hayes; Alaina Henry; J. Christopher Howk; Cameron Hummels; Dušan Kereš; Evan Kirby; Anton M. Koekemoer; Ting-Wen Lan; Lauranne Lanz; David R. Law; Nicolas Lehner; Jennifer M. Lotz; Crystal L. Martin; Kristen McQuinn; Matthew McQuinn; Ferah Munshi; S. Peng Oh; John M. O'Meara; Brian W. O'Shea; Camilla Pacifici; J. E. G. Peek; Marc Postman; Moire Prescott; Mary Putman; Eliot Quataert; Marc Rafelski; Joseph Ribaudo; Kate Rowlands; Kate Rubin; Brett Salmon; Claudia Scarlata; Alice E. Shapley; Raymond Simons; Gregory F. Snyder; Jonathan Stern; Allison L. Strom; Erik Tollerud; Paul Torrey; Grant Tremblay; Todd M. Tripp; Jason Tumlinson; Sarah Tuttle; Frank C. van den Bosch; G. Mark Voit; Q. Daniel Wang; Jessica K. Werk; Benjamin F. Williams; Dennis Zaritsky; Yong Zheng;
13 Mar 2019
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