Publication list of Kevin Krisciunas (last revised 6 December 2019)

    Key: 

      [R...] = refereed paper with KK as first or sole author

      [O...] = refereed paper with KK as coauthor

      [B...] = books and book-length translations

      [S...] = Sky and Telescope articles, book reviews, letters

      [E...] = encyclopedia articles

     Of the 281 published entries there are:

      3 books
      2 book-length translations
     37 first-authored refereed papers
     91 coauthored refereed papers

     16 PASP (and 1 subsumed in another entry)
     28 AJ
     42 ApJ/ApJ Letters, ApJ Suppl
     15 Monthly Notices RAS
      9 A & A
      3 Icarus
      2 Nature
     22 IBVS numbers
     26 entries comprising 32 IAU Circulars
     18 entries comprising 26 BAAS abstracts, with 3 more subsumed in the
       entries for subsequent refereed papers

     The astrophysics preprint server can be accessed by
     clicking here.

 1.  "On the Velocity Dispersion of Nearby M Dwarfs," Publi-
        cations of the Astron. Soc. of the Pacific
       87, 699-703 (October 1975). [R1]

 2.  "Concerning the Relative Magnitudes of the SS Cygni Com-
        ponents," Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 1124
        (6 April 1976).

 3.  "UBV Photometry of Known and Potential Variable Stars,"
        J. of the Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star Observers 5,
        No. 2, 74-75 (1976-1977).

 4.  "Lotka's Law - Year by Year," J. of the Amer. Soc. for
        Info. Science 28, No. 1, 65-66 (January 1977).

 5.  "18-cm Flux Measurements of BL Lacertae," Info. Bull. on
        Variable Stars No. 1250 (15 March 1977).

 6.  "Toward the Resolution of the Local Missing Mass Prob-
        lem," Astron. J. 82, No. 3, 195-197 (March 1977). [R2]

 7.  "Gl 851.1 - Another BY Dra-Type Star?" Info. Bull. on
        Variable Stars No. 1346 (6 October 1977).

 8.  "Dwarf Stars Still a Mystery," published by the Astro-
        nomical Society of the Pacific for their syndicated
        newspaper column on astronomy.  Oakland Tribune,
        October 15, 1977, p. 2-E.

 9.  "A Short History of Pulkovo Observatory," Vistas in
        Astronomy, vol. 22, Pt. 1, 27-37 (1978).

10.  Pulkovo Observatory: an essay on its history and scien-
        tific activity, translation of the Russian-language
        book by A. N. Dadaev (Leningrad, 1972).  Springfield,
        Virginia: National Technical Information Service,
        N78-19012 (NASA Technical Memorandum 75083), 239 p.
        (January 1978). [B1]

11.  "Peaker: an Automatic Boresight Peaking Routine for the
        C-141 Telescope," by Edwin F. Erickson, Kevin Kris-
        ciunas, and Thomas Mathieson.  Springfield, Virginia:
        National Technical Information Service, NASA Techni-
        cal Memorandum 78516, 5 p. (September 1978).

12.  "New Members of the Ursa Major Group," The Observatory
       99, 5-6 (February 1979).

13.  "The Luminosity Functions of the 1969 Perseid and 
        Orionid Meteor Showers," Icarus 43, No. 3, 381-384
        (September 1980). [R3]

14.  "A Coalescence Model Applicable to the Solar System,"
        The Observatory 101, 4-6 (February 1981).

15.  "Announcement of a Data Reduction Program for Standard-
        ized UBV Photometry," International Amateur-Profes-
        sional Photoelectric Photometry Communic. No. 4,
        26-27 (March 1981).

16.  "An Inexpensive Photoelectric System," International
        Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry 
        Communic. No. 6, 24-27 (November 1981).  Also in
        The Photoelectric Photometry Handbook, Vol. II, David R.
        Genet, ed. (Mesa, Arizona: Fairborn Press), 1989, pp. 9-11.

17.  "BV Photometry of R CrB," Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 13,
        No. 4, 832 (1981).

18.  "Photometry of Y Canum Venaticorum and R Coronae Bore-
        alis," J. of the Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star
        Observers 10, No. 2, 75-80 (1981).

19.  "BV Photometry of Betelgeuse: Oct 1979 to Apr 1981,"
        Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 2104 (8 March 
        1982).

20.  "HR 7275: A New Variable Star," by R. E. Fried et al.,
        Astrophys. and Space Sci. 83, 181-188 (April 1982). [O1]

21.  "The First Otto Struve," Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 14,
        No. 4, 917 (1982).

22.  "Photometry of Betelgeuse from October 1981 to March
        1982," J. of the Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star Obser-
        vers 11, No. 1, 37-40 (1982).

23.  "Five Years of Photometry of lambda Andromedae," by R. W.
        Boyd et al., Astrophys. and Space Sci. 90, 197-206
        (February 1983). [O2]

24.  Book review of: Silvano Ghedini, Software for Photo-
        metric Astronomy.  Sky and Telescope 65, No. 5,
        426-428 (May 1983). [S1]

25.  "The Photometric Period of 39 AY Ceti," by J. A. Eaton
        et al., Astrophys. and Space Sci. 93, 271-276 (June
        1983). [O3]

26.  "Five Years of Photometry of sigma Geminorum," by R. E. 
        Fried et al., Astrophys. and Space Sci. 93, 305-311
        (June 1983). [O4]

27.  The History of Astronomy from Herschel to Hertzsprung,
        translation of the German-language book by Dieter B.
        Herrmann (3rd ed., Berlin, 1980).  Cambridge Univ.
        Press, 1984, x + 220 p. [B2]

     Reviews:

     J. for the History of Astronomy, vol. 16, Pt. 1, 69-70 (Feb-
        ruary 1985).
     The Observatory 105, No. 1064, 20 (February 1985).
     Science 227, 1220-1221 (8 March 1985).
     Choice, 1185-1186 (April 1985).
     J. of the British Astron. Assoc. 95, No. 3, 137 (April
        1985).
     Space Sci. Reviews 41, 208 (1985).
     Isis 76, No. 3, 417-418 (September 1985).
     J. of the Royal Astr. Soc. of Canada 79, No. 5, 267-268
        (October 1985).
     Physics Today 39, No. 4, 59-60 (April 1986).

28.  "Photometry of Capella," Info. Bull. on Variable Stars
        No. 2538 (18 June 1984).  Also: "On the Non-Varia-
        bility of Capella," International Amateur-Profes-
        sional Photoelectric Photometry Communic. No. 16,
        10-11 (June 1984).

29.  "Observations of the Broad Helium and Hydrogen Lines in
        the Very Center of the Galaxy," by T. R. Geballe et
        al., Astrophys. J. 284, No. 1, Pt. 1, 118-125 
        (1 September 1984). [O5]

30.  "The End of Pulkovo Observatory's Reign as the 'Astro-
        nomical Capital of the World'," Quarterly J. of the
        Royal Astr. Soc. 25, 301-305 (September 1984).

31.  "Photometric Changes and Spot Motion in lambda Andromedae,"
        by F. F. Scaltriti et al., Astron. and Astrophys.
        139, 25-29 (October 1984). [O6]

32.  Biographical Index to Sky and Telescope (December 1984,
         and subsequent updates). To access the index click
         here.

33.  "Further Observations of the H and He in the Very Center
        of the Galaxy," with T. R. Geballe and R. Wade, Bull.
        Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 16, No. 4, 980 (1984).

34.  "Astronomy's Love Affair with Mauna Kea," Hawaii 
        Tribune-Herald, March 31, 1985, pp. 18-20.

35.  "Is There a Black Hole at the Center of Our Galaxy?"
        Hawaii Tribune-Herald, September 4, 1985, p. 20.

36.  Photometry of R Coronae Borealis, 
        IAU Circular No. 4116 (2 October 1985),
        No. 4199 (31 March 1986), No. 4633 (26 July 1988), 
        and No. 4844 (31 August 1989).

37.  Book review of: George B. Field and Eric J. Chaisson,
        The Invisible Universe.  Sky and Telescope 70, No.
        6, 564-565 (December 1985). [S2]

38.  Photometry of Comet Halley, IAU Circular No. 4175 (7 February 1986).

39.  Book review of: E. Nicolaidis, Le Developpement de
        l'Astronomie en U. R. S. S. 1917-1935.  Annals of
        Science 43, No. 4, 409-410 (July 1986).

40.  "The Spatial Distribution and Velocity Field of the
        Molecular Hydrogen Line Emission from the Centre of
        the Galaxy," by I. Gatley et al., Monthly Notices
        of the Royal Astron. Soc. 222, No. 2, 299-306 (15 Sep-
        tember 1986). [O7]

41.  "Comet Halley's Lessons," with A. Tokunaga, Hawaii
        Tribune-Herald, September 22, 1986, p. 3.

42.  "The Broad-Line Region at the Center of the Galaxy,"
        by Kevin Krisciunas and T. R. Geballe, Publications
        of the Astr. Soc. of the Pacific 98, 1104 (November
        1986).

43.  "The New Age of Astronomy," in To the Edge of the Uni-
        verse: the exploration of outer space with NASA, 
        New York: Exeter, 1986, pp. 6-33. 

44.  "Measurements of Atmospheric Extinction at the 9200- and
        13800-foot Elevations of Mauna Kea,"  Bull. Amer. 
        Astron. Soc., vol. 18, No. 4, 941 (1986). 

45.  "Photometry of a Orionis, CE Tauri, and mu Cephei," J. 
        of the Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star Observers 15,
        No. 1, 15-21 (1986).

46.  Photometry of Nova Andromedae 1986, IAU Circular No. 4282 
        (10 December 1986) and No. 4293 (5 January 1987).

47.  "Photometry of the Andromeda Nebula," International
        Amateur-Professional Photoelectric Photometry 
        Communic. No. 28, 28-34 (June 1987).

48.  "Atmospheric Extinction and Night Sky Brightness at 
        Mauna Kea," with W. Sinton et al., Publications of
        the Astr. Soc. of the Pacific 99, 877-894 (August
        1987). [R4]

49.  "The Broad Line Region at the Center of the Galaxy," 
        by T. R. Geballe et al., Astrophys. J. 320, No. 2,
        Pt. 1, 562-569 (15 September 1987). [O8]

50.  "Ionization State in and Reddening to the Center of the
        Galaxy," by R. Wade et al., Astrophys J. 320, No.
        2, Pt. 1, 570-572 (15 September 1987). [O9]

51.  Interview of S. Chandrasekhar, 6 October 1987.  Part of
        American Institute of Physics, Center for the History
        of Physics, oral history project.  47 p.

52.  "The Second Otto Struve: separating legend from fact,"
        Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 19, No.4, 1011 (1987).

53.  "High Spatial Resolution Submillimeter Mapping of Molec-
        ular Cloud Cores," with G. Sandell et al., Bull. 
        Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 19, No. 4, 1093 (1987).

54.  Astronomical Centers of the World, Cambridge Univ. 
        Press, 1988, xii + 320 p. [B3]

     Reviews:

     Astronomy Now 2, No. 7, 18 (July 1988).
     (London) Times Higher Education Supplement (July 1988).
     New Scientist 119, No. 1621, 65 (14 July 1988).
     Science News 143, No. 5, 66 (30 July 1988).
     Le Ciel (Belgium), 252-253 (September 1988).
     Nature 336, 24 (3 November 1988).
     New Technical Books, listing 2488 (Nov-Dec 1988).
     Choice, listing 26-2114 (December 1988).
     Observatory 108, No. 1087, 244-245 (December 1988).
     Sterne und Weltraum, December 1988.
     J. of the British Astron. Assoc. 98, No. 5, 261 (1988).
     Santa Cruz (California) Sentinel, 27 January 1989.
     Sky and Telescope 77, No. 3, 163 (March 1989).
     Sterne und Weltraum, March 1989.
     Zenit (Netherlands), March 1989.
     The Book Report, May-June 1989.
     Mercury 18, No. 3, 89, 95 (May-June 1989).
     Astronomische Nachrichten, 1989.
     The Strolling Astronomer: Journal of the A.L.P.O. 33,
        Nos. 10-12, 188 (October 1989).
     Space Science Reviews 51, Nos. 3-4, 432 (Dec 1988).
     Isis 81, No. 1, 90-91 (March 1990).
     American Scientist 78, 186 (Mar/Apr 1990).
     Astro (Sweden), No. 2, 1990.
     British J. for the Hist. of Science 23, 76 (1990).
     [one review in Hebrew]
     L'Astronomie, January 1991, 13-14.
     J. for the History of Astronomy 22, Pt 2, 187-188
        (May 1991).
     Mokslas ir Gyvenimas (Lithuania), 1994, no. 6, 12-13.

55.  "Starspot Modeling of Ten Years of Photometry of the 
        Long-Period RS CVn Binary sigma Geminorum," by K. G.
        Strassmeier et al., Astron. and Astrophys. 192,
        135-146 (March 1988). [O10]

56.  "Photometry of alpha Ori (Betelgeuse), gamma Ori, and phi-2 Ori,"
        with D. Fisher, Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 
        3227 (11 August 1988).

57.  "More about Otto Struve," letter to the editor, Sky and
        Telescope 76, No. 3, 229-230 (September 1988). [S3]

58.  "Rapid Infrared and Optical Variability in the Bright
        Quasar 3C273," by Thierry J.-L. Courvoisier et al.,
        Nature 335, 330-333 (22 September 1988). [O11]

59.  Book review of: P. G. Kulikovsky, M. V. Lomonosov:
        astronomer and astrophysicist.  J. for the Hist.
        of Astron. 19, Pt. 4, 282-284 (November 1988).

60.  "Advice to Speakers," Amer. Astr. Soc. Newsletter, No.
        44, 2-3 (March 1989).

61.  Book review of: Alan H. Batten, Resolute and Undertaking
        Characters: the lives of Wilhelm and Otto Struve. 
        Sky and Telescope 77, No. 4, 380-382 (April 1989). [S4]

62.  "Two Astronomical Centers of the World: Mauna Kea and
        La Palma," Mercury 18, No. 2, 34-45 (March-April
        1989).  Abridged Russian translation by M. IU.
        SHevchenko in Zemlia i Vselennaia (Earth and
        Universe), September-October 1990, pp. 52-59
        and November-December 1990 issue, pp. 46-50.

63.  "A High Resolution Millimetre and Submillimetre Study of
        W3," by K. J. Richardson et al., Astron. and 
        Astrophys. 221, 95-99 (August II issue, 1989). [O12]

64.  The Pictorial Atlas of the Universe, with Bill Yenne,
        New York: Mallard Press, 1989, 192 p.  [B4] French trans-
        lation published as L'Atlas illustre de L'Univers
        ([Barcelona]: PML Editions), 1991.  German 
        and Czech translations were also published.

65.  "Small-Scale Structure in the DR 21/DR 21 (OH) Region:
        a high resolution continuum study at millimetre and
        submillimetre wavelengths," by K. J. Richardson,
        G. Sandell, and K. Krisciunas, Astron. and
        Astrophys. 224, 199-205 (October II issue, 1989). [O13]

66.  "Sun's Brightness Changes from Time to Time," Hawaii
        Tribune-Herald, June 7, 1990, p. 14.

67.  "Photometry of alpha Ori (Sep 1988 to Apr 1990) and a
        Reassessment of Some Previously Published Data,"
        Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 3477 (12 June 
        1990).

68.  "Pulkovo Observatory's Status in 19th Century Positional
        Astronomy," in IAU Symposium No. 141, Inertial
        Coordinate System on the Sky, J. H. Lieske and V. K.
        Abalakin, eds. (Dordrecht: Kluwer), 1990, pp. 15-24.

69.  "Unexplained Light Variations of the F0 V Star 9 Auri-
        gae," with E. F. Guinan, Info. Bull. on Variable
        Stars No. 3511, 31 August 1990.  Also: Delta Scuti
        Star Newsletter, Issue 2, March 1990, pp. 6-7.

70.  "Further Measurements of Extinction and Sky Brightness
        on the Island of Hawaii," Publications of the Astro-
        nomical Society of the Pacific 102, 1052-1063
        (September 1990). [R5] Also: Sky and Telescope 80, 
        No. 6, 585 (December 1990).

71.  "Photometry of Capella (Dec 1981 to Apr 1990)," with E.
        Guinan, Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 3548
        (6 December 1990).

72.  "Mapping of Infrared Helium and Hydrogen Line Profiles
        in the Central Few Arcseconds of the Galaxy," by
        T. R. Geballe et al.,  Astrophysical Journal 370,
        No. 2, Pt. 2, L73-L76 (1 April 1991). [O14]

73.  "Worldwide Photometry of the January 1989 tau Persei
        Eclipse," by D. S. Hall et al., Astronomical
        Journal 101, 1821-1827 (May 1991). [O15]

74.  "The Solar Eclipse in History and Myth," and "Isle
        Shutterbugs Focus in on Event," Hawaii Tribune-
        Herald, July 7, 1991, Sunday supplement.

75.  "A Model of the Brightness of Moonlight," with B. E.
        Schaefer, Publications of the Astron. Soc. of the
        Pacific 103, 1033-1039 (September 1991). [R6] Also:
        The JCMT-UKIRT Newsletter, No. 2, August 1991, 13-14.

76.  "Further Observations of 9 Aurigae," with D. R.
        Skillman, E. F. Guinan, and H. A. Abt, Info. Bull.
        on Variable Stars No. 3672 (11 October 1991).

77.  "Eclipse Science from Hawaii," Sky and Telescope 82,
        No. 6, 597-600 (December 1991). [S5]

78.  "New 1982-1990 Photometry of lambda Andromedae and its
        11-Year Cycle," by Douglas S. Hall and 30 coauthors,
        J. of Astrophysics and Astronomy, vol. 12, no. 4,
        December 1991, pp. 281-287. [O16]

79.  "Historical Telescopes," in The Astronomy and
        Astrophysics Encyclopedia (New York: Van Nostrand
        Reinhold), 1992, pp. 917-920. [E1]

80.  "The Legacy of Ulugh Beg," Bulletin of the Association
        for the Advancement of Central Asian Research V,
        no. 1, Spring 1992, pp. 3-6.  Also: in Central
        Asian Monuments, Hasan B. Paksoy, ed. (Istanbul:
        Isis Press), 1992, pp. 95-103.

81.  "Submillimeter Astronomy," in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia
        of Science and Technology, 7th ed., 1992, vol. [18],
        pp. 558-560.  Also: Concise Ency. of Science and
        Technology, 1994, pp. 1830-1831. [E2]

82.  "Photometry of alpha Orionis (Nov 1990 to Apr 1992),"
        Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 3728 (14 May 1992).

83.  "Photometry of alpha Tauri (Dec 1987 to Mar 1992),"
        Info. Bull. on Variable Stars No. 3729 (14 May 1992).

84.  "Otto Struve (1897-1963)," Biographical Memoirs of the
        National Academy of Sciences 61, 1992, pp. 350-387.

85.  "The accuracy of the measurements in Ulugh Beg's star
       catalogue," Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 24, no. 4, 1992,
       1166-7.

86.  "Fundamental Cosmological Parameters," in Encyclopedia
        of Cosmology, N. Hetherington, ed. (New York and
        London: Garland) 1993, pp. 218-244.  I also wrote the
        short contributions: "Cosmic scale factor," "Cosmo-
        logical constant," "Doppler shift," "Hubble diagram,"
        "Hubble's Law," "Hubble time," "Radius of curvature
        of the universe," and "Tully-Fisher relation."
        Errata in astro-ph/9308025. [E3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 3f, 3g,
        3h, 3i]

87.  "The 9 Aurigae system," with C. Aspin et al., Monthly
        Notices of the Royal Astr. Soc. 263, No. 3, 781-788
        (1 August 1993). [R7]

88.  "Strange Cases! Ripped from the files of astronomical
        history," Astronomy, vol. 21, no. 11 (November 1993),
        pp. 13, 15.  For full article with references see
        astro-ph/9305036 or my website by clicking
         here.

89.  "Look-back time, the age of the universe, and the case
        for a positive cosmological constant," Journal of the
        Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 87, No. 4
        (August 1993), 223-233. [R8]

90.  "A more complete analysis of the errors in Ulugh Beg's
        star catalogue," J. for the History of
        Astronomy, vol. 24, 269-280 (November 1993). [R9]

91.  "A new class of pulsating stars," Bull. Amer. Astron.
        Soc., vol. 25, No. 4, 1422-3 (1993).

92.  Book review of: Sternwarten in Bildern (P. Mueller) and
        Fernrohre und ihre Meister (R. Riekher), Journal
        for the History of Astronomy, vol. 25, Pt. 1, 63-65
        (February 1994).

93.  "The Sign of Four: a new class of cool non-radially
        pulsating stars?" Comments on Astrophysics 17, No.
        4, 213-226 (1994).  Also: Delta Scuti Star
        Newsletter, Issue 6, May 1993, pp. 23-25; and
        Astronomy, vol. 22, no. 6, p. 26 (June 1994).

94.  "Further confirmation that the Be star 27 CMa is a beta
         Cep variable," by L. A. Balona and K. Krisciunas,
         Info. Bull. on Variable Stars, No. 4022 (10 May
         1994).

95.  "Further photometry of alpha Ori and gamma Ori," Info. Bull. on 
        Variable Stars No. 4028 (19 May 1994).

96.  "Comet, Jupiter to collide," Hawaii Tribune-Herald, 
        July 15, 1994, pp. 1, 12.

97.  "Science with the Keck Telescope," Sky and Telescope 
       88, No. 3, 20-26 (September 1994). [S6]

98.  "Automated observing on UKIRT," by P. N. Daly, A.
        Bridger, and K. Krisciunas, in Astronomical Data
        Analysis Software and Analysis III, D. R. Crabtree,
        R. J. Hanisch, and J. Barnes, eds., ASP conference
        series, no. 61, 1994, pp. 457-460.

99.  "gamma Doradus: evidence for a new class of pulsating star,"
        by L. A. Balona, K. Krisciunas, and A. W. J. Cousins,
        Monthly Notices of the Royal Astr. Soc. 270, no. 4,
        905-913 (15 October 1994). [O17]

100. "The eclipse of gamma Persei," by R. F. Griffin and 12
        coauthors, International Amateur-Professional
        Photoelectric Photometry Communic. No. 57, 31-39
       (Autumn 1994).

101. "Photometric Variability of the Ellipsoidal Star and
        Spectroscopic Binary 7 Camelopardalis," by K.
        Krisciunas and 7 coauthors, Information Bulletin on
        Variable Stars No. 4176 (23 March 1995).

102. "9 Aurigae: strong evidence for non-radial pulsations,"
        by K. Krisciunas, R. F. Griffin, E. F. Guinan, K. D.
        Luedeke, and G. P. McCook, Monthly Notices of the
        Royal Astr. Soc. 273, no. 3, 662-674 (1 April 1995). [R10]

103. "A list of variable stars similar to gamma Dor," by K.
        Krisciunas and G. Handler, Information Bulletin on
        Variable Stars No. 4195 (24 May 1995).

104. "Whole Earth Telescope observations of the DAV white
        dwarf G226-29," by S. O. Kepler and 38 coauthors,
        Astrophysical Journal 447, No. 2 (10 July 1995),
        874-879. [O18]

105. "Slowly variable early F-type stars," by L. Balona and
        K. Krisciunas, in Astrophysical Applications of Stellar 
        Pulsation, R. S. Stobie and P. A. Whitelock, eds., 
        ASP conference series, No. 83, 341-342.

106. "What is known and not known about gamma Doradus stars,"
        Delta Scuti Star Newsletter, Issue 9, Sept. 1995,
        17-19.

107. "New photometry of the Hyades delta Scuti star V777 Tau
        (71 Tau)," by K. Krisciunas, T. Simon, R. A. Crowe,
        and M. Roberts, Information Bulletin on Variable
        Stars, No. 4264 (8 November 1995).

108. "A search for gamma Doradus-type variable stars in the
        Hyades," by K. Krisciunas, R. A. Crowe, K. D.
        Luedeke, and M. Roberts, Monthly Notices of the
        Royal Astronomical Society 277, 1404-1410
        (15 December 1995). [R11]

109. "Multi-longitude campaigns on gamma Doradus stars,"
        Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 27, No. 4, 1430, 1995.

110. "Adventures in astronomical photometry," Sky and
        Telescope 91, No. 2, 91-93 (February 1996). [S7]

111. "Lenses, lasers, and 'rubber' mirrors," Odyssey,
        February, 1996, 18-25.

112. "Mode identification of the slowly pulsating F0V star
        V398 Aurigae (9 Aur)," by C. Aerts and K. Krisciunas,
        Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
        278, No. 3, 877-882 (1 February 1996). [O19]

113. "Nonradial pulsation of the new unevolved delta Scuti star
        CD -24 7599 discovered with the Whole Earth
        Telescope," by G. Handler and 19 coauthors,
        Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 307, 529-538 (March II
        1996). [O20]

114. "Photometry of alpha Orionis (October 1994 to April 1996),"
        by K. Krisciunas and K. D. Luedeke, Information
        Bulletin on Variable Stars, No. 4355 (29 July 1996).

115. "Line profile variations in gamma Doradus," L. A. Balona plus
        13 coauthors, Monthly Notices of the Royal
        Astronomical Society, 281, No. 4, 1315-1325
        (15 August 1996). [O21]

116. Book review of: David Leverington, A History of Astronomy: From 1890
       to the Present.  Physics Today, vol. 49, no. 9, p. 83 (September 
       1996).

117. "Observatories," in History of Astronomy: an Encyclopedia,
       John Lankford, ed., New York and London: Garland, 1997,
       pp. 367-373.  Also in same volume: "Otto Struve (1897-1963),"
       pp. 501-502. [E4a, 4b]

118. "A search for gamma Doradus-type variables in the open cluster M 34,"
        with R. A. Crowe, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars, 
        No. 4430 (22 January 1997).  The last three references have
        inadvertantly been deleted from the paper.  They are: Krisciunas
        et al. 1995, MNRAS 277, 1404; Krisciunas and Handler 1995,
        IBVS No. 4195; Mantegazza et al. 1994, MNRAS 270, 439.

119. Book review of: Vera Ichsanova, Pulkovo/St. Petersburg. Spuren der 
        Sterne und der Zeiten.  Geschichte der russischen Hauptsternwarte.
        J. for the Hist. of Astron. 28, Pt. 2, 176-177 (May 1997).

120. "The gamma Doradus-type variable 9 Aurigae: results from a
        multi-site campaign," by F. M. Zerbi and 10
        coauthors, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,
        290, No. 3, 401-410 (21 September 1997). [O22]

121. "Optical night-sky brightness at Mauna Kea over the course of a
        complete sunspot cycle," Publications of the Astronomical Society
        of the Pacific, 109, 1181-1188 (October 1997). [R12]

122.  "The gamma Dor variable HD 164615: results from a multi-site
        photometric campaign," by F. M. Zerbi and 14 coauthors.
        Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 292, No. 1,
        43-51 (21 November 1997). [O23]

123. "The gamma Doradus variables, a new class of pulsating stars.  The
        case of HD 224945," by E. Poretti, C. Akan, M. Bossi, C. Koen,
        K. Krisciunas, and E. Rodriguez, in J. Provost and F.-X.
        Schmider, eds., Sounding Solar and Stellar Interiors,
        Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1998, IAU Symposium 181 (Nice), pp. [   ]

124.  "The discovery of non-radial gravity-mode pulsations in gamma 
        Doradus-type stars," in F.-L. Deubner et al., eds., New Eyes
        to See Inside the Sun and Stars,  Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1998,
        IAU Symposium 185 (Kyoto), pp. 339-346.

125.  "1996 multisite photometric and spectral campaign on the lambda
        Boo star 29 Cyg," by D. E. Mkrtichian and 13 coauthors,
        Contrib. Astron. Obs. Skalnate Pleso, vol. 27, 476-478
        (April 1998).

126.  "The locus of field stars, carbon stars, cataclysmic variables,
        and asteroids in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) color
        system," by K. Krisciunas and B. Margon, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc.,
        vol. 30, 837 (1998).

127.  "Low-amplitude variables in the open cluster M 34," by K. 
        Krisciunas and B. M. Patten, Delta Scuti Star Newsletter, No. 12,
        pp. 25-28 (July 1998).

128.  "Siting observatories," appeared in Space Explorer (popular
        science magazine published in London), issue ?, pp. ??.

129.  "Mauna Kea Observatory," Space Explorer, issue ?, pp. ??.

130.  "HD 163151: a new W UMa type system," by E. Rodriguez and 16
        coauthors, Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 336, no. 3, 920-924
        (August III 1998 issue). [O24]

131.  "The recognition of unusual objects in the Sloan Digital Sky
        Survey Color System," by K. Krisciunas, B. Margon, and P.
        Szkody, Public. Astron. Soc. Pacific, vol. 110,  1342-1355
        (November 1998). [R13]
  
132.  "The gamma Dor variable HR 8799: results from a multisite campaign,"
        by F. M. Zerbi and 17 coauthors, Monthly Notices of the Royal
        Astron. Soc., vol. 303, no. 2, 275-283 (21 February 1999). [O25]

133.  "A transit of the planet 51 Peg B?", Information Bulletin on
        Variable Stars, No. 4692 (7 April 1999).

134.  "gamma Dor Candidates in the Open Cluster M 34," 
        by K. Krisciunas and B. M. Patten, Information Bulletin on
        Variable Stars, No. 4705 (14 May 1999).

135. "gamma Doradus Stars: defining a new class of pulsating variables,"
        by A. B. Kaye, G. Handler, K. Krisciunas, E. Poretti, and 
        F. M. Zerbi, Public. Astron. Soc. Pacific, vol. 111, 840-844
        (July 1999).  [O26] See also: January, 2000, Sky and Telescope, pp. 
        16-17.

136.  Photometry of XTE J1859+226.  IAU Circular No. 7284 (19 October
        1999) and No. 7294 (30 October 1999).

137.  Photometry of SN 1999go and 1999gp.  IAU Circular No. 7339 
        (30 Dec 1999) and IAU Circular No. 7340 (30 Dec 1999).

138.  Photometry of SN 2000F.  IAU Circular No. 7360 (7 Feb 2000).

139.  Confirmation of supernovae 2000I and 2000J. IAU Circular No.
        7362 (10 Feb 2000).

140.  Photometry of SN 2000H.  IAU Circular No. 7382 (22 March 2000).

141.  Photometry of SNe 2000bk and 2000bs.  IAU Circular No. 7408
        (26 April 2000).

142.  Photometry of SN 2000cb. IAU Circular No. 7414 (2 May 2000).

143.  Photometry of SN 2000ce. IAU Circular No. 7429 (24 May 2000).

144.  Photometry of SN 2000cf. IAU Circular No. 7433 (30 May 2000).

145.  Photometry of SN 2000cn. IAU Circular No. 7441 (22 June 2000).

146.  Photometry of SN 2000cx. IAU Circular No. 7463 (23 July 2000).

147.  "Uniformity of V minus Near Infrared Color Evolution 
        of Type Ia Supernovae, and Implications for Host Galaxy 
        Extinction Determination," by Kevin Krisciunas, 
        N. C. Hastings, Karen Loomis, Russet McMillan, Armin Rest,
        Adam G. Riess, and Christopher Stubbs, Astrophysical Journal, 
        vol. 539, no. 2, 658-674 (20 August 2000). [R14]
        A poster based on this, and also containing data on 
        supernovae 1998es, 1999cc, 1999da, and 1999dk was
        presented at the January 2000 AAS meeting in Atlanta
        (Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 31, No. 5, p. 1424, 1999).

148.  "Candidate RR Lyrae stars found in Sloan Digital Sky Survey
        Commissioning data," by Z. Ivezic and 41 coauthors, Astron.
        J., vol. 120, 963-977 (August 2000). [O27]

149.  Photometry of SN 2000dk.  IAU Circular No. 7509 (18 October 2000).

150.  "The Newly Discovered Gamma Doradus Variables," by A. B. Kaye,
        G. Handler, K. Krisciunas, E. Poretti, and F. M. Zerbi, in 
        The Impact of Large-Scale Surveys on Pulsating Star Research, 
        ASP Conference Series, vol. 203, pp. 426-429 (2000).

151.  "1995-1998 Large-Scale Campaigns on the Lambda Boo Star 29 Cygni,"
        by D. E. Mkrtichian and 21 coauthors, in The Impact of Large-Scale
        Surveys on Pulsating Star Research, ASP Conference Series, vol. 203,
        pp. 494-495 (2000).

152.  "Time-series photometry of the delta Scuti star XX Pyx. A. Introduction 
        and Overview," by G. Handler and 39 coauthors, Journal of 
        Astronomical Data, vol. 6, no. 4A, 2000.

153.  RR Lyrae Stars and Type Ia Supernovae: Discovery and Calibration
        of Astronomical Standard Candles, University of Washington 
        Dissertation, 2000, x + 191 pp.  Univ. of Washington library
        call number QB3 Th49928.  Available from Bell and Howell
        Information and Learning, 300 North Zeeb Road, P. O. Box 1346,
        Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1346.  Two page summary published in
        Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, vol. 113,
        121-122 (January 2001).

154.  "Observatories," in Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics,
        (Bristol: Institute of Physics Publishing), 2001, vol. 3, 1909-
        1915. [E5]

155.  Spectra of SN 2001bf.  IAU Circular No. 7636 (29 May 2001),
      by M. M. Phillips and K. Krisciunas.  However, IAU Circular No.
      7701  (30 August 2001) shows that our typing of this supernova was wrong.

156.  "No supernova 2001bn," IAU Circular No. 7640 (1 June 2001), by M. M. 
         Phillips and K. Krisciunas.

157.  "A brief history of astronomical brightness determination methods
         at optical wavelengths," astro-ph/0106313.  To access this paper click
         here.

158.  "Optical and infrared photometry of the Type Ia supernovae 1999da,
        1999dk, 1999gp, 2000bk, and 2000ce," by K. Krisciunas, M. M.
        Phillips, C. Stubbs, A. Rest, G. Miknaitis, A. G. Riess, N. B.
        Suntzeff, M. Roth, S. E. Persson, and W. L. Freedman, Astron. 
        J., vol. 122, pp. 1616-1631 (September 2001). [R15]
        Preprint: astro-ph/0106088.  To access this paper click
        here.

159.  List of 12 high redshift supernovae, IAU Circular No. 7745 (5 November
        2001), by B. Barris et al. 

160.  "GRB 011121: J-band observations," by M. M. Phillips, K. Krisciunas,
        P. M. Garnavich, S. Holland, S. Jha, K. Z. Stanek, and P. McCarthy,
        GRB Coordinates Network, Circ. No. 1164 (2001).

161.  Discovery of Supernovae 2001ij, 2001ik, 2001il, 2001im, 2001in, by
        G. Miknaitis and K. Krisciunas, IAU Circular No. 7778 (19 December 2001). 

162.  Abstracts from January, 2002, AAS meeting (Bull. Amer. Astron. 
        Soc., vol. 33, no. 4, 2001).  #47.02, "Well sampled light curves
        of the nearby Type Ia Supernova 1999ac" (Labbe et al.); 
        #47.03, "Optical and infrared light curve of SN 2000cx" (Cuadra
        et al.); "Detecting variable objects with the LONEOS photometric 
        database: 15000 square degrees of variability measurments down to 
        19th magnitude in R," (Rest et al.)

163.  "Observatories," World Book Encyclopedia, 2002, vol. 14, pp.
        644-646. [E6]

164.  "The multiperiodicity of the gamma Doradus stars HD 224945 and HD
        224638 as detected from a multisite campaign," by E. Poretti and
        8 coauthors.  Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol. 384, 513-520 (2002). [O28]

165.   Spectroscopic confirmation of SN 2000gv, by G. Miknaitis, K. Krisciunas,
         N. Morrell, and M. M. Phillips. IAU Circular No. 7996 (18 October 2002).

166.  "The Type Ia Supernova 1999aw: a probable 1999aa-like event
        in a low-luminosity host galaxy," by L.-G. Strolger and 41 coauthors.
        Astronomical Journal, vol. 124, 2905-2919 (2002). [O29]

167.  Abstracts from January, 2003, AAS meeting (BAAS, vol. 34, no. 4, 2002).  
        #23.04, "Photometry of five Type Ia supernovae with redshifts between 
        0.46 and 0.54" (Clocchiatti et al.); #76.07, "The darkness of the 
        Chilean night sky" (Vera et al.); #78.08, "ESSENCE: Strategies and 
        initial observations" (Smith et al.); #78.09, "ESSENCE: Constraining 
        properties of the Dark Energy with supernovae" (Garnavich et al.); 
        #123.04, "Photometry of six Type Ia supernovae with redshifts between 
        0.47 and 0.89 observed in 1998" (Krisciunas et al.); #123.05, "Infrared 
        studies of Type Ia supernovae" (Verdugo et al.); #123.06, "Optical 
        photometry of high redshift Type Ia SN from the IfA Deep Survey" (Barris 
        et al.)

168.  "Optical and infrared photometry of the nearby Type Ia supernova 2001el,"
        by K. Krisciunas and 10 coauthors, Astron. J., 125, 166-180 (January 2003). 
        [R16].  Preprint: astro-ph/0210327.  To access this paper, click 
        here.

169.  "Discovery of the low-redshift optical afterglow of GRB011121 and its
        progenitor Supernova 2001ek," by P. M. Garnavich and 12 coauthors,
        Astrophys. J., vol. 582, pp. 924-932 (10 January 2003). [O30]

170.  "System parameters of DW Ursae Majoris," by S. Araujo-Betancor and
        10 coauthors.  Astrophysical Journal, vol. 583, pp. 437-445 (20 January
        2003). [O31]

171.  "Optical and infrared photometry of the unusual Type Ia supernova
        2000cx," by P. Candia, K. Krisciunas, Nicholas B. Suntzeff and
        16 other coauthors, Publications of the Astronomical Society of 
        the Pacific, vol. 115, pp. 277-294 (March 2003). [O32]

172.  "Infrared Light Curves of Type Ia Supernovae," by M. M. Phillips, 
        K. Krisciunas, N. B. Suntzeff and 10 other coauthors, in From 
        Twilight to Highlight: The Physics of Supernovae.  Proceedings 
        of the ESO/MPA/MPE Workshop held in Garching, Germany, 29-31 July 
        2002, p. 193 [2003].

173.  "GRB 030329," P. M. Garnavich et al., IAU Circular No. 8108 (7 April 2003).

174.  Photometry of SN 2003ee, IAU Circular No. 8130 (6 May 2003).

175.  "Spectroscopic discovery of the supernova 2003dh associated with GRB 
        030329," by K. Stanek and 20 coauthors, Astrophys. J., vol. 591, 
        L17-L20 (1 July 2003). [O33].

176.  Photometry of SN 2003gs in NGC 936, IAU Circular No. 8171 (31 July 2003).

177.  "An asymptotic-giant-branch star in the progenitor system of a type Ia
        supernova," by M. Hamuy and 10 coauthors, Nature, vol. 424, 651-654 
        (7 August 2003).  [O34]

178.  Photometry of SN 2003hn in NGC 1448, IAU Circular No. 8186 (26 August 2003).

179.  "Cosmological results from high-z supernovae," by John L. Tonry and 24 
        coauthors, Astrophys. J., vol. 594, no. 1, 1-24 (1 September 2003). 
        [O35].

180.  "Rowling gets it right," letter to the editor, Sky and Telescope 106, 
        No. 6, p. 12 (December 2003). [S8]

181.  "Imaging and demography of the host galaxies of high-redshift supernovae,"
        by Benjamin F. Williams and 26 coauthors, Astron. J., vol. 126, pp. 
        2608-2621 (December 2003). [O36]

182.  "Photometry and spectroscopy of GRB 030329 and its associated supernova 
        2003dh: the first two months," by T. Matheson and 56 coauthors,  
        Astrophys. J., vol. 599, pp. 394-407 (10 December 2003). [O37]

183.  Abstract from January, 2004, AAS meeting (BAAS, vol. 35, no. 4, 2003).
        #82.14, "Optimizing the ESSENCE supernova survey for sensitivity to the
        equation of state parameter" (Miknaitis et al.).

184.  "Asteroseismology of the beta Cephei star nu Eridani - I. Photometric 
        observations and pulsational frequency analysis," by G. Handler and
        21 coauthors, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astron. Soc., vol. 347,
        pp. 454-462 (January 2004).  [O38]

185.  Photometry of SN 2004S, IAU Circular No. 8283 (8 February 2004).

186.  "Twenty-Three High Redshift Supernovae from the Institute for Astronomy 
         Deep Survey: Doubling the SN sample at z > 0.7," by B. Barris and 31 
         coauthors, Astrophysical Journal, vol. 602, no. 2, pt. 1, pp. 571-594 
         (20 February 2004).  [O39]

187.  "Hubble Diagrams of Type Ia Supernovae in the Near Infrared," by K. 
        Krisciunas, M. M. Phillips, and N. B. Suntzeff, Astrophys. J., vol. 602,
        no. 2, pt. 2, pp. L81-L84 (20 February 2004).   [R17]

188.  "Optical and Infrared Photometry of the Nearby Type Ia Supernovae 1999ee, 
        2000bh, 2000ca, and 2001ba," by K. Krisciunas and 22 coauthors,
        Astronomical Journal, vol. 127, pp. 1664-1681 (March 2004). [R18]

189.  "Supernova," a song recorded by the Big Bang Band on their CD "Traveling 
        Star Show."  For more information click 
        here.

190.  "The Luminosity of SN 1999by in NGC 2841 and the Nature of `Peculiar' 
         Type Ia Supernovae," by Peter M. Garnavich, Alceste Z. Bonanos,
         Kevin Krisciunas, and 9 coauthors, Astrophysical Journal, vol. 613,
         pp. 1120-1132 (October 2004). [O40]

191.  Spectroscopic typing of SN 2004fv.  IAU Circular No. 8439 (17 November 
        2004).

192.  "Optical and Infrared Photometry of the Type Ia Supernovae 
        1991T, 1991bg, 1999ek, 2001bt, 2001cn, 2001cz, and 2002bo,"
        by K. Krisciunas et al.,  Astronomical Journal, vol. 128, pp.
        3034-3052 (December 2004) [R19].  
        Also: Bulletin of the Amer. Astron. Society, vol. 35, no. 4 (2003), 
        abstract #45.04, "The unusual supernova 2002bo" (Zapata et al.).

193.  Abstracts from January 2005 Amer. Astron. Soc. meeting in San Diego
        (Bulletin AAS, vol. 36, no. 5, 2004).  #69.09, "The first photometry 
        from the ESSENCE project".  #165.02, "Type Ia Supernovae as 
        Standardizable and Standard Candles".  #178.12, "ESSENCE: Progress 
        toward a Large Sample of Intermediate Redshift SNe to 
        Constrain w" (Miknaitis et al.)

194.  "A new RR Lyrae star in Centaurus," by K. Krisciunas, P. Candia, 
        and N. B. Suntzeff, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars 
        No. 5600 (7 February 2005).  To view finding chart and light curve click
        here 
        and find entry for 5 May 2004.

195.  "Spectroscopy of High-Redshift Supernovae from the ESSENCE Project: The 
        First Two Years,"  by T. Matheson and 30 coauthors, Astron. J.,
        vol. 129, pp. 2352-2375 (May 2005). [O41] 

196.  "GRB 050525a, Mid-Infrared Observations," by P. Garnavich and 8
        coauthors, GRB Coordinates Network, Circ. No. 3532 (2005).

197.  "Absolute Magnitudes of Type Ia Supernovae in the Near-Infrared,"
        by K. Krisciunas, in Observing Dark Energy, eds. Sidney C. Wolff
        and Tod R. Lauer, ASP Conference Series, vol. 339, 2005, pp. 75-78.

198.  "Hubble Space Telescope Observations of Nine ESSENCE Supernovae" by
        K. Krisciunas and 31 coauthors.  Astron. J., vol. 130, pp.
        2453-2472 (December 2005).  [R20]

199.  Abstract from January 2006 Amer. Astron. Soc. meeting in Washington, D. C.
        (Bulletin AAS, vol. 37, no. 5, 2005).  #180.08, "ESSENCE survey: data 
        reduction and calibration" (Pignata et al.).

200.  "Photometry of the Type Ia Supernovae 1999cc, 1999cl, and 2000cf,"
        by K. Krisciunas, J. L. Prieto, P. M. Garnavich, J.-L. G. Riley,
        A. Rest, C. Stubbs, and R. McMillan.  Astron. J., vol. 131, pp.
        1639-1647 (March 2006). [R21]

201.  "Using Line Profiles to Test the Fraternity of Type Ia Supernovae at High 
         and Low Redshifts," by Stephane Blondin and 36 coauthors, Astron. J.,
         vol. 131, pp. 1648-1666 (March 2006). [O42]

202.  "Optical and Near-Infrared Observations of the Peculiar 
        Type Ia Supernova 1999ac," by Mark M. Phillips, Kevin Krisciunas, and 
        30 coauthors, Astron. J., vol. 131, pp. 2615-2627 (May 2006). [O43]

203.  "Circles on the sky: confirmation of a light echo from the Type Ia Supernova
       1995E," Bulletin of the American Astron. Society, meeting 209, abstract
       150.02 (December 2006).

204.  "The Type Ia supernova 2004S, a clone of SN 2001el, and the optimal
        photometric bands for extinction determination,"
        by Kevin Krisciunas, Peter M. Garnavich, Vallery Stanishev, and
        9 coauthors, Astronomical Journal, vol. 133, pp. 58-72 (January 2007). [R22]

205.  "The peculiar SN 2005hk: Do some Type Ia supernovae explode as deflagrations?,"
       by M. M. Phillips, and 43 coauthors, Publications of the Astron. Soc. of the
       Pacific, vol. 119, pp. 360-387 (April 2007). [O44]

206.  "Optical Sky Brightness at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory from 1992
       to 2006," by Kevin Krisciunas, Dylan R. Semler, Joseph Richards, Hugo E.
       Schwarz, Nicholas B. Suntzeff, Sergio Vera, and Pedro Sanhueza, Publications 
       of the Astron. Soc. of the Pacific, vol. 119, pp. 687-696 (June 2007). [R23]

207.  "The Peculiar Type Ia Supernova 2005hk," by V. Stanishev and 17 coauthors, in
         The Multicolored Landscape of Compact Objects and Their Explosive Origins,
         AIP Conf. Proceedings, vol. 924, pp. 336-341 (August 2007).

208.  "The ESSENCE Supernova Survey: Survey Optimization, Observations, and Supernova 
       Photometry," by G. Miknaitis and the ESSENCE team, Astrophysical Journal,
       vol. 666, pp. 674-693 (10 September 2007). [O45]

209.  "Observational Constraints on the Nature of Dark Energy: First Cosmological Results 
       from the ESSENCE Supernova Survey," by M. Wood-Vasey and the ESSENCE team,
       Astrophysical Journal, vol. 666, pp. 694-715 (10 September 2007). [O46]

210.  "Scrutinizing Exotic Cosmological Models Using ESSENCE Supernova Data Combined with 
       Other Cosmological Probes," by Tamara Davis and 27 coauthors, Astrophysical
       Journal, vol. 666, pp. 716-725 (10 September 2007). [O47]

211.  "Multimode Pulsations of the lambda Bootis Star 29 Cygni: The 1995 and 1996 
       Multisite Campaigns," by David Mkrtchian and 21 coauthors, Astronomical Journal,
       vol. 134, pp. 1713-1727 (October 2007). [O48]

212.  "The gnomon experiment," Bulletin of the American Astron. Society,
         vol. 39, no. 4 (December 2007), p. 736 (abstract 006.02).

213.  "Hugo Emond Schwarz (1953-2006)," Bulletin of the American Astron. Society, 
         vol. 39, no. 4 (December 2007), pp. 1079-1081.

214.  "SN 2002cv: a heavily obscured Type Ia supernova," by N. Elias-Rosa and 17 coauthors,
        Monthly Notices of the Royal Astron. Soc., vol. 384, No. 1, pp. 107-122 
        (February 2008). [O49]

215.  "Optical and near-infrared observations of the highly reddened, rapidly expanding Type Ia 
        supernova 2006X in M 100," by Xiaofeng Wang and 13 coauthors, Astrophys. J.,
        vol. 675, pp. 626-643 (1 March 2008). [O50]

216.  "Evidence for distinct components of the Galactic stellar halo from 838 RR Lyrae stars
       discovered in the LONEOS-I Survey," by A. Miceli, A. Rest, C. W. Stubbs, S. L.
       Hawley, K. H. Cook, E. A. Magnier, K. Krisciunas, E. Bowell, and B. Koehn, 
       Astrophysical J., vol. 678, pp. 865-887 (10 May 2008). [O51]

217.  "Exploring the outer solar system with the ESSENCE supernova survey," by Andrew C.
         Becker and 37 coauthors, Astrophysical J., vol. 682, L53-L56 (20 July 2008).  [O52]

218.  "Time Dilation in Type Ia Supernova Spectra at High Redshift," by S. Blondin,
         T. M. Davis, K. Krisciunas, and 29 coauthors, Astrophysical J., vol. 682, pp.
         724-736 (1 August 2008).  [O53]

219.  "Constraining Cosmic Evolution of Type Ia Supernovae," by Ryan Foley and 29 coauthors,
        Astrophysical J., vol. 684, pp. 68-87 (1 September 2008). [O54]

220.  "Type Ia Supernovae and the Acceleration of the Universe: Results from the ESSENCE
        Supernova Survey," in Proceedings of the first MEARIM meeting (Cairo, 2008),
        A. Hady, ed.  Preprint: arXiv:0809.2612.

221.  "Do the photometric colors of Type II-P supernovae allow accurate determination
        of host galaxy extinction?" by K. Krisciunas, M. Hamuy, N. B. Suntzeff,
        J. Espinoza, D. Gonzalez, S. Gonzalez, K. Koviak, W. Krzeminski, N. Morrell,
        M. M. Phillips, M. Roth, and J. Thomas-Osip, Astron. Journal,
        vol. 137, pp. 34-41 (January 2009). [R24]

222.  "Spectroscopy of High-Redshift Supernovae from the Essence Project: The First 
        Four Years," by Ryan J. Foley and 25 coauthors, Astron. Journal, vol. 137, pp.
        3731-3742 (April 2009). [O55]

223.  "A golden standard Type Ia supernova SN 2005cf: observations from the ultraviolet
        to the near-infrared wavebands," by. X. Wang and 33 coauthors,
        Astrophys. Journal, vol. 697, pp. 380-408 (20 May 2009). [O56] 

224.  "The normal Type Ia SN 2003hv out to very late phases," by G. Leloudas and 21
        coauthors, Astron. and Astrophys., vol. 505, pp. 265-279 (October 2009). [O57]

225.  "Supernova 2003bg: the first Type IIb hypernova," by Mario Hamuy and 18 coauthors,
        Astrophys. J., vol. 703, pp. 1612-1623 (1 October 2009).  [O58]

226.  "The fast declining Type Ia supernova 2003gs, and evidence for a significant dispersion in
        near-infrared absolute magnitudes of fast decliners at maximum light," 
        by K. Krisciunas, G. H. Marion,
        N. B. Suntzeff, G. Blanc, F. Bufano, P. Candia, R. Cartier, N. Elias-Rosa, J. Espinoza, 
        D. Gonzalez, S. D. Gooding, M. Hamuy, E. A. Knox, P. A. Milne, and N. Morrell,
        Astron. Journal, vol. 138, pp. 1584-1596 (December 2009). [R25]

227.  "The Carnegie Supernova Project: analysis of the first sample of low-redshift Type Ia
        supernovae," by G. Folatelli and 21 coauthors, Astron. Journal, vol. 139, pp.
        120-144 (January 2010). [O59]

228.  Book review of: Marat Balyshev, Otto Ludwigovich Struve, 1897-1963.  By Kevin 
        Krisciunas and Yulia Ivanova, J. for the Hist. of Astronomy, vol. 41, Pt 1, 
        138-140 (January 2010).

229.  "Secondary parameters of Type Ia supernova light curves," by P. Hoeflich, K. Krisciunas,
        A. M. Khokhlov, E. Baron, G. Folatelli, M. Hamuy, M. Phillips, N. Suntzeff, and L. Wang, 
        Astrophysical J., vol. 710, no. 1, pp. 444-455 (10 February 2010). [O60]

230.  "Light pollution at high zenith angles, as measured at Cerro Tololo Inter-American
        Observatory," by Kevin Krisciunas, Hector Bogglio, Pedro Sanhueza, and Malcolm G. Smith,
        Publs. of the Astron. Soc. of the Pacific, vol. 122, 373-377 (March 2010). [R26]

231.  "Determining the eccentricity of the Moon's orbit without a telescope," 
        by Kevin Krisciunas, American J. of Physics, vol. 78, pp. 828-833 (August 2010).  
        Preprint containing additional data: arXiv:1001.1432. [R27]

232.  "The distance to NGC 1316 (Fornax A) from observations of four
        Type Ia supernovae," by M. Stritzinger and 17 coauthors, 
        Astron. J., vol. 140, pp. 2036-2051 (December 2010).  [O61]

233.  "Deep Impact, Stardust-NExT and the behavior of Comet 9P/Tempel 1 from 1997 
        to 2010," by K. J. Meech and 57 coauthors, Icarus, vol. 213, pp. 323-344 
        (May 2011). [O62]

234.  "Stardust-NExT, Deep Impact, and the accelerating spin of 9P/Tempel 1," by
        M. J. S. Belton and 70 coauthors, Icarus, vol. 213, pp. 345-368 (May 2011). [O63]

235.  "The most slowly declining Type Ia Supernova 2001ay," by K. Krisciunas and 
        30 coauthors, Astron. J., vol. 142, article 74 (September 2011). [R28]

236.  "Photometry of Variable Stars from Dome A, Antarctica," by Lingzhi Wang,
        Lucas Macri, Kevin Krisciunas, and 18 coauthors, Astronomical J., vol. 142,
        no. 5, 155 (November 2011).  [O64]

237.  "228 Type Ia Supernovae from the ESSENCE Survey," by G. Narayan and 39 
        coauthors, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., meeting 219, abstract 242.19 (2012).
	(Poster presented at January, 2012, AAS meeting in Austin, Texas.)

238.  "Integrated Optical Polarization of nearby Galaxies," by Amy Jones, Lifan
        Wang, Kevin Krisciunas, and Emily Freeland, Astrophys. J., vol. 738, 
        article 17 (March 2012).  [O65]

239.  "The first three rungs of the cosmological distance ladder," by K. Krisciunas,
        E. DeBenedictis, J. Steeger, A. Bischoff-Kim, G. Tabak, and K. Pasricha, 
        American J. of Physics, vol. 80, no. 5, pp. 429-438 (May 2012). [R29]

240.  "Evidence for Type Ia Supernova Diversity from Ultraviolet Observations 
         with the Hubble Space Telescope," by X. Wang and 96 coauthors,
         Astrophys. J., vol. 749, article 126 (April 2012). [O66]

241. "The usefulness of Type Ia supernovae for cosmology - a personal review," 
        by Kevin Krisciunas, J. of the Amer. Assoc. of Variable Star Observers, 
        vol. 40, pp. 334-347 (May 2012). Preprint: arXiv:1205.6835.  [R30]

242.  "A physical model for SN 2001ay, a normal bright extremely slowly declining
         Type Ia supernova," E. Baron, P. Hoeflich, K. Krisciunas, I. Dominguez,
         M. Hamuy, A. M. Khokhlov, M. M. Phillips, N. Suntzeff, and L. Wang,
         Astrophys. J.,  vol. 753, 105 (July 2012). [O67]

243.  "Three-dimensional Simulations of Thermonuclear Detonation with alpha-Network:
 	Numerical Method and Preliminary Results," by A. Khokhlov, I. Dominguez,
	C. Bacon, B. Clifford, E. Baron, P. Hoeflich, K. Krisciunas, N. Suntzeff, 
        and L. Wang,  in Advances in Computational Astrophysics: methods, tools, 
        and outcome, ASP Conference Proceedings, vol. 453, p. 107 (2012).

244.  "Fixing the U-band photometry of Type Ia supernovae," by K. Krisciunas,
         D. Bastola, J. Espinoza, D. Gonzalez, L. Gonzalez, S. Gonzalez,
         M. Hamuy, N. Morrell, M. M. Phillips, and N. B. Suntzeff, 
         Astron. J., vol. 145, article 11 (January 2013).   [R31]

245.  "PSN J09063070-7549015 is a young SN Ia," N. Morrell, E. Y. Hsiao, 
        M. M. Phillips, C. Contreras, K. Krisciunas, J. L. Prieto, and S. Parker,
        ATel #4713 (7 Jan 2013).

246.  "Spectroscopy of Type Ia Supernovae by the Carnegie Supernova Project,"
        by Gaston Folatelli and 29 coauthors. Astrophys. J., vol. 773, article 53,
        28 p. (August 2013). [O68]

247a.  A Guide to Wider Horizons, by Kevin Krisciunas, ISBN 978-1-4652-3894-8,
        Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt, 2014, 127 pp.  [B5a] 
        
       Review: 

       The Observatory, vol. 134, No. 1241 (August 2014), pp. 221-222.

247b.  A Guide to Wider Horizons, 2nd ed., by Kevin Krisciunas, ISBN 978-1-5249-0115-8,
        Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt, 2016, 146 pp.  [B5b] 
        
248.  "A Mixture of Ancient and Modern Understanding Concerning the
        Distance and Motion of the Moon," by Kevin Krisciunas, 
        Asian Journal of Physics, vol. 23, No. 1 (2014), pp. 109-114. [R32]
        Preprint: http://arxiv.org/abs/1311.2798

249.  "Characterizing the V-band Light-Curves of Hydrogen-Rich Type II
        Supernovae, by J. P. Anderson and 28 coauthors, 
        Astrophysical Journal, vol. 786, article 67, 35 pp. (May 2014). [O69] 

250.  "Ultraviolet Observations of Super-Chandrasekhar Mass Type Ia Supernova Candidates 
        with Swift UVOT," by Peter J. Brown, Paul Kuin, Richard Scalzo, Michael Smitka, 
        Massimiliano de Pasquale, Stephen Holland, Kevin Krisciunas, Peter Milne, 
        and Lifan Wang, Astrophysical Journal, vol. 787, article 29, 11 pp. (May 2014). [O70] 

251.  "Persistent Detection of C II after Maximum in the Normal Type Ia 
        Supernova 2002fk," by Regis Cartier and 18 coauthors.  Astrophysical 
        Journal, vol. 789, article 89, 22 pp. (July 2014). [O71]  

252.  "Early ultraviolet emission in the Type Ia supernova LSQ12gdj: No evidence for ongoing 
       shock interaction," by Richard Scalzo and 39 coauthors.  Monthly Notices Royal
       Astron. Soc., vol. 445, pp. 30-48 (November 2014). [O72]
      
253.  "CCD Photometry of NGC 2482 and Five Previously Unobserved Open Star Clusters,"
       by Kevin Krisciunas, Hektor Monteiro, and Wilton Dias. Public. of the 
       Astron. Soc. of the Pacific, vol. 127, pp. 31-50 (January 2015). [R33]

254.  "Swift Ultraviolet Observations of Supernova 2014J in M82: Large
       Extinction from Interstellar Dust,'' by Peter J. Brown, Michael T. Smitka,
       Lifan Wang, Alice Breeveld, Massimiliano de Pasquale, Dieter H. Hartmann,
       Kevin Krisciunas, N. P. M. Kuin, Peter A. Milne, Mat Page, and Michael Siegel,
       Astrophys. J., vol. 805, article 74, 13 pp. (May 2015). [O73]

255.  "Strong near-infrared carbon in the Type Ia supernova iPTF13ebh," by
         E. Y. Hsiao and 53 coauthors, Astron. & Astrophys., vol. 578,
         article A9, 18 pp. (June 2015). [O75]

256.  "At What Distance Can the Human Eye Detect a Candle Flame?" by Kevin Krisciunas
         and Don Carona, arXiv:1507.06270 (22 July 2015).

257.  "First results from the La Silla QUEST Supernova Survey and the Carnegie
       Supernova Survey,'' by E. S. Walker, and 22 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas,
       Astrophys. J. Suppl., vol. 219, Pt. 1, article 13, 15 pp. (July 2015).[O74]

258.  "A Hubble Diagram from Type II Supernovae Based Solely on Photometry:
        The Photometric Color Method," by T. de Jaeger and 22 coauthors,
        {\em Astrophys. J.}, {\bf 815}, article 121, 13 pp. (December 2015). [O76]

259.  "Spectral models for early time SN 2011fe observations,'' by E. Baron
          and 14 coauthors, Monthly Notices Roy. Astr. Soc., vol. 454,
          pp. 2549-2556 (December 2015). [O77]

260.  "UBVRIz Light Curves of 51 Type II Supernovae," by Lluis Galbany and 35
         coauthors, Astron. J., vol. 151, article 33, 25 pp. (February 2016). [O78]

261.  "Light Curves of 213 Type Ia Supernovae from the ESSENCE Survey," by
        Gautham Narayan and 34 coauthors, Astrophys. J. Suppl., vol. 224, 
        article 3, 36 pp. (May 2016). [O79]

262.  "The Infrared Hubble Diagram of Type Ia Supernovae," in Handbook of
        Supernovae, Athem W. Alsabti and Paul Murdin, eds., Springer International
        Publishing, 12 pp. (17 August 2016).

263.  "Demonstrating the elliptical orbit of Mars using naked eye data,"
         by K. Krisciunas, arXiv:1610.05750 (18 October 2016).

264. "Spectrophotometry of Very Bright Stars in the Southern Sky," by Kevin Krisciunas,
         Nicholas B. Suntzeff, Bethany Kelarek, Kyle Bonar, and Joshua Stenzel,
         Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, vol. 129, 054504
         (May 2017).  [R34]

265.  "Optical Sky Brightness and Transparency During the Winter Season at Dome A 
         Antarctica From the Gattini-Allsky Camera," by Yi Yang, Anna Moore, 
         Kevin Krisciunas, and 20 coauthors, Astronomical Journal, vol. 154,
         article 6 (July 2017).  [O80]

266.  "Light and Color Curve Properties of Type Ia Supernovae: Theory Versus 
         Observations," P. Hoeflich, E. Y. Hsiao, C. Ashall, C. R. Burns,
         T. R. Diamond, M. M. Phillips, D. Sand, M. D. Stritzinger, N. Suntzeff,
         C. Contreras, K. Krisciunas, N. Morrell, L. Wang, Astrophysical J.,
         vol. 846, article 58 (September 2017). [O81] 

267.  "The Carnegie Supernova Project. I: Third Photometry Data Release of
         Low-Redshift Type~Ia Supernovae and Other White Dwarf Explosions," by 
         Kevin Krisciunas and 29 coauthors, Astron. J., vol. 154, article 211,
         34 pp. (November 2017). Erratum: Astron. J., vol.154, no. 278 (December
         2017). [R35]

268.  "Type II Supernova Spectral Diversity. I. Observations, Sample Characteri-
         zation, and Spectral Line Evolution," by Claudia P. Gutierrez and 25 
         coauthors, Astrophys. J., vol. 850, paper 89 (November 2017). [O82]

269.  "Why is the Main Sequence of NGC 2482 So Fat?" K. Krisciunas, N. B.
         Suntzeff, D. Q. Nagasawa, M. C. Johnson, W. Cochran, and M. Endl,
         Research Notes of the Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 1, no. 19 (22 November 2017).

270.  "Optical and Infrared Photometry of SN 2005df," by K. Krisciunas, N. B. Suntzeff,
         J. Espinoza, D. Gonzalez, A. Miranda, and P. Sanhueza, Research Notes of
         the Amer. Astron. Soc., vol. 1, no. 36 (7 December 2017).

271.  "The Carnegie Supernova Project I. Photometry data release of 
         low-redshift stripped-envelope supernovae," M. D. Stritzinger and 29 
         coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Astron. and Astrophys., vol. 609, 
         paper A134,18 pp.  (February 2018). [O83]

272.  "SN 2012fr: Ultraviolet, Optical, and Near-infrared Light Curves of a Type 
         Ia Supernova Observed within a Day of Explosion," C. Contreras and 35 
         coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Astrophys. J., vol. 859, paper 24, 
         41 pp. (2018). [O84]

273.  "The Carnegie Supernova Project: Absolute Calibration and the Hubble Constant,"
          Christopher R. Burns, E. Parent, M. M. Phillips, M. Stritzinger, K. 
          Krisciunas, and 20 coauthors, Astrophys. J., vol. 869, paper 56, 
          23 pp. (December 2018). [O85]

274.  "Investigating the Unusual Spectroscopic Time Evolution in SN 2012fr,"
          C. Cain and 11 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Astrophys. J., 
          vol. 869, paper 162, 16 pp. (2018). [O86]

275.  "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Extending the Near-infrared Hubble Diagram 
          for Type Ia Supernovae to z ~ 0.1," M. M. Phillips and 43 coauthors, 
          including K. Krisciunas, Public. Astron. Soc. Pacific, vol. 131, 
          pp. 014001 (January 2019). [O87]

276.  "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: The Near-infrared Spectroscopy Program,"
          E. Y. Hsiao and 43 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas,
          Public. Astron. Soc. Pacific, vol. 131, pp. 014002 (January 2019).  [O88]

277. "Probing type Ia supernova properties using bolometric light curves from the 
         Carnegie Supernova Project and the CfA Supernova Group," R. A. Scalzo 
         and 13 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Monthly Notices Royal. Astron. 
         Soc., vol. 483, pp. 628-647 (February 2019).  [O89]

278.  "Type II supernovae as distance indicators at near-IR wavelengths," O. 
          Rodriguez and 15 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Monthly Notices Royal 
          Astron. Soc., vol. 483, pp. 5459-5479 (March 2019). [O90]

279.  "Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Using Near-infrared Spectroscopy to 
          Determine the Location of the Outer 56Ni in Type Ia Supernovae," C. Ashall
          and 19 coauthors, including K. Krisciunas, Astrophys. J. Letters, 875, 
          paper L14, 7 pp. (April 2019). [O91]

280.  "Determining the elliptical orbit of Mars using naked eye data," by Kevin Krisciunas,
	  Amer. J. of Physics, vol. 85, no. 11, pp. 885-893 (November 2019). [R36]

281.  "Notes on the transmission of Ptolemy's Almagest and some geometrical
	  mechanisms to the era of Copernicus," by Kevin Krisciunas and
          Belen Bistue, J. of Astron. History and Heritage, vol. 22, no. 3, 
          pp. 492-502 (December 2019). [R37] 

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