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Linsky, Jeffrey L Research Professor - Emerita/Emeritus

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  • As a Research Professor in the Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Department and a JILA Fellow, Dr. Linsky does original research supported by NASA grants concerning the chromospheres and coronae of solar-type stars, the local interstellar medium, the interactions between stellar winds and interstellar gas flows, molecular fluorescent processes in the disks of very young stars, and the outer atmospheres of transiting planets. He is a member of the science team for the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph on the Hubble Space Telescope and analyzes data he is obtaining from COS. He publishes extensively in the astophysical journals with an H-index of 68, that is 68 of his refereed papers have been cited more than 68 times in the astrophysical literature.

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  • stellar chromospheres, stellar coronae, interstellar medium, premain sequence stars, transiting planets

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