(01/2017, ApJ, 836, 204) A. Núñez, J. P. Ostriker, T. Naab, L. Oser, C. Hu, E. Choi
I am an astronomer interested in the role that magnetic activity has in the observable properties of low-mass, main sequence stars and brown dwarfs. También hablo español.
My main research is on magnetic fields in low-mass, main sequence stars and brown dwarfs. I want to understand how rotation and magnetic activity are related in low-mass stars and brown dwarfs. My approach is empirical, so I use a lot data from different observatories, including the Chandra X-ray Observatory, MDM Observatory, MMT Observatory, and IRTF Observatory.
I have also done work on understanding atmospheric properties of brown dwarfs.
I also did work on understanding the effects of stellar feedback (pre-supernova, supernova, stellar winds, and asymptotic giant branch feedback) on the evolution and morphology of galaxies. My approach was numerical, so I used smoothed-particle hydrodynamics simulations with the Gadget code.
Chromospheric and Coronal Activity in the 500-Myr-old Open Cluster M37: Evidence for Coronal Stripping?
(01/2017, ApJ, 834, 176) A. Núñez, M. A. Agüeros, K. R. Covey, M. López-Morales
(10/2016, ApJ, 830, 44) A. Núñez, M. A. Agüeros
(08/2015, ApJ, 809, 161) A. Núñez, M. A. Agüeros, K. R. Covey, J. D. Hartman, A. L. Kraus, E. C. Bowsher, S. T. Douglas, M. López-Morales, D. A. Pooley, B. Posselt, S. H. Saar, A. A. West
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