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Neta A. Bahcall

Eugene Higgins Professor of Astrophysics

 
John and Neta Bahcall with children Safi, Dan, Orli (Israel 2003)
John, Neta, Safi, Dan, Orli (Israel 2003)

   
   

Research Interests

  • Observational Cosmology
  • Dark Matter and the Mass-Density of the Universe; Dark Energy
  • Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
  • Clusters of Galaxies; Formation and Evolution of Structure
  • Quasars and Their Environment; Supermassive Black-Holes

 

Education

  • Ph.D. Astrophysics: Tel Aviv University, Israel; 1970; Advisor: Prof. W. A. Fowler (Caltech)
  • M.S. Physics: Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, 1965
  • B.S. Physics/Mathematics: Hebrew University, Israel, 1963

 

Positions Held

1989 - present

Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
Professor of Astrophysical Sciences
Eugene Higgins Professor of Astrophysics (2007-Current )
Director of Undergraduate Program (1990-Current )
Director, Council on Science and Technology, Princeton University (2000-2008)

1983 - 1989

Space Telescope Science Institute
Head, Science Program Selection Office
Chief, General Observer Support Branch

1971 - 1983

Department of Astrophysical Sciences, Princeton University
Senior Research Astronomer; Research Astronomer; Research Associate

1970 - 1971

Physics Department, California Institute of Technology
Research Fellow

 

Awards & Honors

 
  • The Cecilia Payne-Gasposkin Prize, Harvard University (2013)
  • The Neta Bahcall Asteroid (2012) [http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbolb.cgi?sstr=137166]
  • Distinguished Research Chair, Perimeter Institute  for Theoretical Physics, Ontario, Canada (2009 -2013 )
  • Honorary Degree, Doctor of Science, The Ohio State University (2006)
  • Frontiers of Astronomy Lecturer, CWRU (2009)
  • Evnin Lecturer, Princeton University (2008)
  • William T. Patten Distinguished Lecturer, Indiana University (2007)
  • Distinguished Caroline Herschel Visitor, Hubble Space Telescope Science Institute (2007)
  • Sackler Scholar, Tel-Aviv University (2006)
  • Emilio Segre Distinguished Lecturer (2006)
  • Member, National Academy of Sciences, USA (elected 1997)
  • Vice-President, American Astronomical Society (1995-1998)
  • Century Lecturer of the American Astronomical Society (1999-present)
  • Strum Lecturer, Wesleyan University (2002)
  • Benjamin Dean Lecturer, California Academy of Sciences (2001)
  • Capital Science Lecturer, Carnegie Institution Washington, D.C. (2000/01)
  • Invited Centennial Paper (Astrophysical Journal Centennial Issue) (1999)
  • Centennial Lecture, American Astronomical Society (HAD) (1999)
  • Chancellor's Distinguished Lecturer, LSU (1999)
  • Nobel Lecturer, Nobel Symposium, Stockholm (1998)
  • Merle Kingsley Distinguished Fellow, Caltech (1995)
  • Director, AURA Board ( 1990-95)
  • Tinsley Visiting Professorship, University of Texas ( 1988)
  • Councilor, American Astronomical Society ( 1987-1990)

 

Selected Recent Activities

  • NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Advisory Council (2009- Current)
  • Editorial Board , Publications of the national Academy of Sciences ( 2009- Current)
  • National Academy of Sciences, Nominating committee (2010-2012)
  • National Academy of Sciences, Various Committees (Watson Medal;Coqqarelli Award;Draper Medal; 2010-current)
  • National Science Judge, Siemens Science Competition (2011)
  • 2010 Decadel Survey in Astronomy, Galaxies Across Cosmic Time Science Pannel (2009-10)
  • Chair, Hubble Space Telescope TAC (2010)
  • Director, Council on Science and Technology of Princeton University (2000-2008)
  • Director, Teaching Postdoctoral Fellowship Program in Science & Engineering, Princeton University (2000-2008)
  • National Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (2003-2007)
  • Chair, Oversight Board, NASA's SIRTF Science Center (1998-2001)
  • Chair, American Astronomical Society Century Lecture Program (1999- 2004)
  • Director, Undergraduate Program in Astrophysics, Princeton University (1992-present)
  • Member, Space Telescope Institute Council (1993-1997)
  • Member, US National Committee to IAU (1998-2004)
  • AURA Member Representative (Assoc. Universities Research in Astronomy) (1995-2001)
  • Chair, Scientific Advisory Committee, Sloan Digital Sky Survey (1990-1995)
  • Chair, Hubble Space Telescope Time Allocation Committee (1994)
  • American Institute of Physics Committee on International Relations (1990-1993)
  • AAS Membership Committee (1987-1990)
  • Chair, AAS Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy (1983)
 

Publications

1. “Lifetime Measurements of Some Rotational Levels by a New Recoil Method”, (with D. Ashery, G. Goldring, A. Sprinzak and Y. Wolfson), Nuclear Physics, 77, 65 (1966).

2. “Lifetime Measurements of Some Rotational Levels by a New Recoil Method. II”, (with D. Ashery, G. Goldring, A. Sprinzak and Y. Wolfson), Nuclear Physics, A101, 31 (1967).

3. “Solar Neutrinos and Low Energy Nuclear Cross-Sections”, (with J.N. Bahcall, W.A. Fowler and G. Shaviv), Physics Letters, 26B, 359 (1968).

4. “Present Status of the Theoretical Predictions for the 37C1 Solar-Neutrino Experiment”, (with J.N. Bahcall and G. Shaviv), Physical Review Letters, 20,1209 (1968).

5. “Mixing in the Sun and Neutrino Fluxes”, (with J.N. Bahcall and R.K. Ulrich), Astrophysical Letters, 2, 91 (1968).

6. “Sensitivity of the Solar Neutrino Fluxes”, (with J.N. Bahcall and R.K. Ulrich), ApJ, 156, 559 (1969).

7. “The Effect of Excited Nuclear States on Stellar Reaction Rates”, (with W.A. Fowler), ApJ, 157, 645 (1969).

8. “Endoergic (p,n) and (a,n) and Their Reverse Reaction Rates”, (with W.A. Fowler), ApJ, 157, 659 (1969).

9. “Nuclear Partition Functions for Stellar Reaction Rates”, (with W.A. Fowler), ApJ, 161, 119 (1970).

10. “On the Galaxies in the Direction of TON256 and B264”, (with J.N. Bahcall), Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 82, 721 (1970).

11. “Galaxies in the Direction of QSOs with Small Redshifts”, (with J.N. Bahcall), Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 82, 1276 (1970).

12. “The Ionization Structure of a Nebula Photoionized by a Flat Spectrum”, (with J.N. Bahcall and B.Z. Kozlovsky), Astronomy and Astrophysics, 13, 1 (1971).

13. “Relative Correlation of Large and Small Redshift QSOs with Clusters of Galaxies”, (with J.N. Bahcall and G. Burbidge), ApJL, 166, L77 (1971).

14. “The Distribution of Galaxies in the Ursa Major II Cluster”, AJ, 76, 995 (1971).

15. “Are Quasars Associated with Bright Galaxies?”, (with J.N. Bahcall and C.F. McKee), Astrophysical Letters, 10, 147 (1972).

16. “The Distribution of Galaxies in the Cluster A31”, AJ, 77, 550 (1972).

17. “Core Radii of Clusters of Galaxies at Different Redshifts”, ApJ, 180, 699 (1972).

18. “The Period and Light Curve of HZ Herculis”, (with J.N. Bahcall), ApJL, 178, L1 (1972).

19. “Observations of QSOs in the Direction of Clusters of Galaxies”, (with M. Schmidt and J.N. Bahcall), ApJ, 183, 777 (1973).

20. “Structure of the Central Region of the Coma Cluster”, ApJ, 183, 783 (1973).

21. “Optical Observations of HZ Herculis”, Invited talk at the Sixth Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, New York, December 1972; published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 224, 178 (1973).

22. “The Galaxy Distribution in the Cluster A2199”, ApJ, 186, 11 (1973).

23. “A Steady Energy Source in Her X1?”, (with Y. Avni, J.N. Bahcall, P.C. Joss, F.K. Lamb, C.J. Pethick and D. Pines), Nature, 246, 36 (1973).

24. “The Perseus Cluster: Galaxy Distribution, Anisotropy, and the M/L Ratio”, ApJ, 187, 439 (1974).

25. “Optical Properties of Binary X-ray Sources”, Invited talk at the 16th Solvay Conference on Physics, Astrophysics and Gravitation, (1974).

26. “Near Infrared Observations of Cygnus X-3”, (with J.N. Bahcall), Nature, 247, 446 (1974).

27. “Optical Properties of X-ray Clusters of Galaxies”, ApJ, 193, 529 (1974).

28. “Positional Agreement between 3U1706+32 and the Cluster of Galaxies A2241”, Nature, 252, 661 (1974).

29. “Optical and Near Infrared Observations of Seven Fields Containing X-ray Sources”, (with J.N. Bahcall), Proceedings of the International Conference on X-rays in Space, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (1975).

30. “Core Radii and Central Densities of Fifteen Rich Clusters of Galaxies”, ApJ, 198, 249 (1975).

31. “Extra Galactic X-ray Sources”, Proceedings of the International Conference on X-rays in Space, August 1974 Calgary, Alberta, Canada (1975).

32. “Further Optical Observations of HZ Herculis”, (with J.N. Bahcall, T. Herczeg, P. Joss, E. Leibowitz, A. Segalovitz, S. Stolero, M. Veron, P. Veron, P. Wehinger, D. Weistrop and S. Wycoff), Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 87, 141 (1975).

33. “Properties of the Extra Galactic X-ray Sources”, Seventh Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Dallas, Texas, December 1974; published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 262, 361 (1975).

34. “Optical Studies of Ten High-Galactic Latitude X-ray Sources”, (with J.N. Bahcall, M. Schmidt and S. Murray), ApJL, 199, L9 (1975).

35. “The Unidentified High Galactic Latitude Sources: Bright Galaxies or Rich Clusters”, (with J.N. Bahcall), ApJL, 199, L89 (1975).

36. “The Star Distribution in M15”, (with D. Weistrop and J.N. Bahcall), Astrophysical Letters, 16, 159 (1975).

37. “Optical Structure of the X-ray Globular Star Cluster NGC6624”, ApJL, 204, L83 (1976).

38. “Statistical Simulation of Clusters of Galaxies”, (with Y. Avni), ApJ, 209, 16 (1976).

39. “Optical Structure of the X-ray Globular Clusters NGC6440 and NGC644”, (with M. Hausman), ApJL, 207, L181 (1976).

40. “Radio-Optical Candidates for the High-Latitude X-ray Sources 3U1555+27 and 3U1809+50”, (with D. Harris and R. Strom), ApJL, 209, L17 (1976).

41. “Redshift of the Candidate X-ray Cluster of Galaxies, A2241”, (with H. Spinrad), Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 88, 660 (1976).

42. “Density Profiles in Clusters of Galaxies”, Highlights of Astronomy, 4, Part I., 247 (1976).

43. “The Structure of Eight Globular Star Clusters”, (with M. Hausman), ApJ, 213, 93 (1977).

44. “Radio and Optical Observations of Five Unidentified X-ray Sources at High Latitudes”, (with D. Harris and R. Strom), Astronomy and Astrophysics, 60, 27 (1977).

45. “Clusters of Galaxies”, Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 15, 505 (1977).

46. “The Central Region of the X-ray Globular Cluster NGC 1851”, (with B. Lasker and W. Wamsteker), ApJL, 213, L105 (1977).

47. “The Redshift and Optical Properties of the Cluster A478”, (with W. Sargent), ApJL, 217, L19 (1977).

48. “X-ray Clusters of Galaxies: Correlation with Optical Morphology and Galaxy Density”, ApJL, 217, L77 (1977).

49. “ X-ray Clusters of Galaxies: Correlation of X-ray Luminosity with Galactic Content”, ApJL, 218, L93 (1977).

50. “Large Scale Structure in the Universe”, Rehovot, (1978).

51. “The Luminosity Function of Galaxy Systems: From Single Galaxies and Small Groups to Rich Clusters”, ApJ, 232, 689 (1979).

52. “Brightness, Density, and Color Profiles of Three Globular Clusters: NGC6440, 6541, and 7099”, (with T. Williams), ApJ, 232, 754 (1979).

53. “The X-ray Luminosity Function of Clusters of Galaxies: Predictions from a Thermal Bremsstrahlung Model”, ApJL, 232, L83 (1979).

54. “Clusters of Galaxies”, Highlights of Astronomy, 5, 699 (1980).

55. “The Optical and X-ray Luminosity Functions of Clusters of Galaxies”, Objects of High Redshift, IAU Symposium, No. 92, 229 (1980).

56. “Optical Properties of Morgan's Poor Clusters”, ApJL, 238, L117 (1980).

57. “The Relation Between Velocity Dispersion and Central Galaxy Density in Clusters of Galaxies”, ApJ, 247, 787 (1981).

58. “Large-Scale Superclusters Surrounding the Giant Galaxy Void in Bootes”, (with R. Soneira), ApJL, 258, L17 (1982).

59. “A ~ 300 Mpc Void of Rich Clusters of Galaxies?”, (with R. Soneira), ApJ, 262, 419 (1982).

60. “The Spatial Correlation Function of Rich Clusters of Galaxies”, (with R. Soneira), ApJ, 270, 20 (1983).

61. “A Supercluster Catalog”, (with R. Soneira), ApJ, 277, 27 (1984).

62. “Superclusters and the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe”, Advances in Space Research, 3, 367 (1984).

63. “X-ray Emission from Stephan's Quintet and Other Compact Groups”, (with D. Harris and H. Rood), ApJL, 284, L29 (1984).

64. “Superclustering of Galaxy Clusters”, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 470, 108 (1986).

65. “The Hubble Space Telescope”, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 470, 331 (1986).

66. “Are Superclusters Correlated on a Very Large Scale?”, (with W. Burgett), ApJL, 300, L35 (1986).

67. “The Difference Between the Galaxy and Cluster Correlation Functions: A Manifestation of Tails of Galaxy Clusters”, ApJL, 302, L41 (1986).

68. “Quasar Groups: Multiple Quasars for Multiple Images”, (with J.N. Bahcall and D. Schneider), Nature, 323, 515 (1986).

69. “Peculiar Velocity and Geometrical Elongation of Large Scale Structures”, (with R. Soneira and W. Burgett), ApJ, 311, 15-24 (1986).

70. “Peculiar Velocities on Large Scales”, Comments on Astrophysics, 11, 6, 283 (1987).

71. “Large-Scale Structure in the Universe: Spatial Distribution and Peculiar Velocities”, Observational Cosmology, Proceedings of IAU Symposium 124, eds. A. Hewitt, G. Burbidge, L.Z. Fang, August 1986, Peking, China (1987).

72. “Superclustering and Motion of Galaxy Clusters”, The Structure of the Universe, Proceedings of IAU Symposium 130, eds. J. Audouze, A. Szalay, June 1987, Budapest, Hungary (1987).

73. “Large-Scale Structure in the Universe Indicated by Galaxy Clusters”, Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics, 26, 631 (1988).

74. “Large-Scale Structure and Motion in the Universe: A Vatican Study Week”, eds. V. Rubin and G. Coyne, 79, Princeton University Press, (1988).

75. “The Correlation Function of Southern Clusters”, (with D.J. Batuski and R.P. Olowin), ApJL, 333, L13 (1988).

76. “The Science Program of the Hubble Space Telescope”, Highlights of Astronomy, 8, 435 (1989).

77. “The Distribution of Clusters in the Southern ACO Catalog”, (with D.J. Batuski, R.P. Olowin, and J.O. Burns), ApJ, 341, 599 (1989).

78. “Is the Universe Filled with Bubbles?”, (with M. Henriksen and E. Smith), ApJL, 346, L45 (1989).

79. “The Origin of Large-Scale Periodicity”, in After the First Three Minutes, USRA, AIP Conference Proceeding, 222, 276 (1990).

80. “Clustering of Galaxies: Fractal or Homogeneous Infrastructure”, (with D. Calzetti, M. Giavalisco, R. Ruffini, and S. Taraglio), Astronomy and Astrophysics, 245, 1 (1991).

81. “Quasar Superclustering”, (with A. Chokshi), ASP Conf. Series, 21, 281, (1991).

82. “Superclusters and Pencil-Beam Surveys: The Origin of Large-Scale Periodicity”, ApJ, 376, 43 (1991).

83. “The Non-Proprietary Snapshot Survey: A Search for Gravitationally Lensed Quasars Using the HST Planetary Camera”, (with D. Maoz, J. Bahcall, R. Doxsey, D. Schneider, O. Lahav, B. Yanny), The First Year of HST Observations, ed. A. Kinney and C. Blades (Baltimore, STScI) p.200 (1991).

84. “The Origin of Quasar Correlations”, (with A. Chokshi), ApJL, 380, L9 (1991).

85. “The Snapshot Survey: A Search for Gravitationally Lensed Quasars with the Hubble Space Telescope”, (with D. Maoz, D. Schneider, J. Bahcall, B. Yanny, O. Lahav, R. Doxsey), ApJ, 387, 56 (1992).

86. “The Clustering of Radio-Galaxies”, (with A.Chokshi), ApJL, 385, L33 (1992).

87. “The Distribution and Properties of Superclusters”, in Clusters and Superclusters of Galaxies, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Kluwer Academic Publishers, ed. A.aC. Fabian, Cambridge, England, p.275 (1992).

88. “The Cluster Correlation Function: Consistent Results from an Automated Survey”, (with M. West), ApJ, 392, 419 (1992).

89. “A Gravitational Lens Candidate Discovered with the Hubble Space Telescope”, (with D. Maoz, J. Bahcall, D. Schneider, R. Doxsey, A. Filippenko, W.M. Goss, O. Lahav, B. Yanny), ApJL, 386, L1 (1992).

90. “A Unified Picture of Large-Scale Structure”, Highlights of Astronomy, 9, 671-680, Kluwer Academic Publishers, ed. J. Bergeron (1992).

91. “Gravitational Lensing of Quasars as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope Snapshot Survey”, (with D. Maoz, J. Bahcall, R. Doxsey, D. Schneider, O. Lahav, B. Yanny), ApJ, 394, 51 (1992).

92. “Accurate Positions and Finding Charts for 528 High-Redshifts Luminous Quasars”, (with D. Schneider, J. Bahcall, D. Saxe, R. Doxsey, D. Golombek, J. Kriss, M. McMaster, M. Meakes, O. Lahav), Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 104, 678 (1992).

93. “Clusters of Galaxies and CDM: A Low-Density Unbiased Universe?”, (with R. Cen), ApJL, 398, L81 (1992).

94. “The Mass-Function of Clusters of Galaxies”, (with R. Cen), ApJL, 407, L49 (1993).

95. “The Hubble Space Telescope Snapshot Survey III. Further Observations in Search of Gravitationally Lensed Quasars”, (with D. Maoz, J. Bahcall, R. Doxsey, D. Schneider, O. Lahav, B. Yanny), ApJ, 402, 69 (1993).

96. “Cosmological Constant, COBE CMB Anisotropy and Large Scale Clustering”, (with L. Kofman and N. Gnedin), ApJ, 413, 1 (1993).

97. “The HST Snapshot Survey IV. A Summary of the Search for Gravitationally Lensed Quasars”, (with D. Maoz, J. Bahcall, R. Doxsey, D. Schneider, O. Lahov, B. Yanny), ApJ, 409, 28 (1993).

98. “Clusters, Superclusters and Large-Scale Structure - A Consistent Picture”, Colloquium on Physical Cosmology Proc. National Academy of Sciences, USA, 90, 4828 (1993).

99. “Redshift Space Clustering and CDM”, (with R. Cen and M. Gramann), ApJL, 408, L77 (1993).

100. “Clustering of Galaxies in Redshift Space: The Power-Spectrum and Correlation Function”, (with M. Gramann and R. Cen), ApJ, 419, 440 (1993).

101. “The Relation Between Velocity Dispersion and Temperature in Clusters: Limiting the Velocity Bias”, (with Lori Lubin), ApJL, 415, L17 (1993).

102. “Resolving the b-Discrepancy for Clusters of Galaxies”, (with Lori Lubin), ApJ, 426, 513 (1994).

103. “The Correlation Function of Flux-Limited X-ray Clusters”, (with R. Cen), ApJL, 426, L15 (1994).

104. “Clusters, Superclusters, and the Large Scale Structure”, in Evolution of the Universe and Its Observational Quest, Proceedings of the Yamada Conference 23, ed. K. Sato, (Universal Academic Press: Tokyo, Japan), p.269 (1994).

105. “Probing the Large-Scale Velocity Field with Clusters of Galaxies”, (with R. Cen and M. Gramann), ApJL, 430, L13 (1994).

106. “The Motions of Clusters and Groups of Galaxies”, (with Mirt Gramann and Renyue Cen), ApJ, 436, 23 (1994).

107. “Dark Matter in Clusters and the Mass-Density of the Universe”, in Sources of Dark Matter in the Universe, ed. D. Cline, World Scientific, p.41 (1994).

108. “Velocity Correlations of Galaxy Clusters”, (with R. Cen and M. Gramann), ApJL, 437, L51 (1994).

109. “Large-Scale Motions in the Universe: Using Clusters of Galaxies as Tracers”, (with M. Gramann, R. Cen, J.R. Gott), ApJ, 441, 449 (1995).

110. “Where is the Dark Matter?”, (with Lori Lubin and Victoria Dorman), ApJL, 447, L81 (1995).

111. “Clustering and Large-Scale Structure with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey”, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 107, 790 (1995).

112. “Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies”, in Large Scale Structure in the Universe 11th Potsdam Cosmology Workshop, World Scientific, p.209 (1995).

113. “Rating Cosmological Models”, Summary of the 11th Potsdam Cosmology Workshop on Large Scale Structure in the Universe, World Scientific, p. 371(1995).

114. “Dark Matter in Clusters of Galaxies”, in “Dark Matter”, the 5th Astrophysics Maryland Conference, ed. S. Holt & C. Bennett, AIP, 336, 201 (1995).

115. “Clusters and Large Scale Structure”, 17th Texas Symposium (Munich, 1994), Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 759, 636 (1995).

116. “The Baryon Fraction and Velocity-Temperature Relation in Galaxy Clusters: Models Versus Observations”, (with R. Cen, L. Lubin, J. Ostriker), ApJ, 460, 10 (1996).

117. “The Peculiar Velocity function of Galaxy Clusters”, ( N. Bahcall and Siang Peng Oh), ApJL, 462, L49 (1996).

118. “Large Scale Structure in the Universe”, in Unsolved Problems in Astrophysics, eds., J.N. Bahcall & J.P. Ostriker (Princeton University Press), p.61 (1997). (astro-ph/9612046)

119. “Dark Matter”, in “Critical Dialogues in Cosmology”, ed. N. Turok, World Scientific, p. 221 (1997). (astro-ph/9611080)

120. “Constraining Omega with Cluster Evolution”, (N. Bahcall, X. Fan, and R. Cen), ApJL, 485, L53 (1997).

121. “Determining the Amplitude of Mass Fluctuations in the Universe”, (X. Fan, N. Bahcall, and R. Cen), ApJL, 490, L123 (1997).

122. “The Most Massive Distant Clusters: Determining W, and s8”, (N. Bahcall and X. Fan), ApJ, 504, 1 (1998).

123. “Clusters and Superclusters of Galaxies”, in Formation of Structure in the Universe, eds. J.P. Ostriker and A. Dekel (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge), p. 135 (1998). (astro-ph/9611148)

124. “Large Scale Structure of the Universe”, in New Horizons from Multi-Wavelength Sky Surveys, Proceedings IAU179 Conference, Baltimore, MD, ed. B.J. McLean et al., Kluwer Academic Press, p.317 (1998). (astro-ph/9611116)

125. “Tracing the Universe with Clusters of Galaxies”, in Large Scale Structure: Tracks and Traces, 12th Potsdam Cosmology Workshop, eds. V. Muller et al., World Scientific, p.137 (1998). (astro-ph/9711062)

126. “A Lightweight Universe?”, (N. Bahcall and X. Fan), National Academy of Sciences, 95, 5956 (1998).

127. “A Catalog of Color Based Redshift Estimates for z > 4 Galaxies in the Hubble Deep Field”, (Y. Wang, N. Bahcall, E. Turner), AJ, 116, 2081 (1998).

128. “Determining Ω m and σ8 with Clusters of Galaxies”, in Wide Field Surveys in Cosmology, IAP98, 14th IA PAstrophysics Colloquium, eds. S. Colombi, Y. Mellier and B. Raban, Editions Frontieres, p. 231 (1998).

129. “An Automated Cluster Finder: The Adaptive Matched Filter Method”, (J. Kepner, X. Fan, N. Bahcall, J.E. Gunn, R. Lupton), ApJ, 517, 78 (1999).

130. “Determining Cosmological Parameters from Cluster Evolution”, in Evolution of Large Scale Structure, MPA/ESO Cosmology Conference, eds. A.J. Banday, R.K. Sheth and L.N. da Costa, Print Partners, Ipskamp, The Netherlands, p. 291 (1999).

131. “The Distribution of Rich Clusters of Galaxies”, ApJ Centennial Issue, 525, 873 (1999).

132. “High Redshift Quasars Found in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Commissioning Data”, (with Fan et al.), AJ, 118, 1 (1999).

133. “The Cosmic Triangle: Revealing the State of the Universe”, (N.A. Bahcall, J.P. Ostriker, S. Perlmutter, and P. Steinhardt), Science, 284, 1481 (1999).

134. “Clusters of Galaxies: Review”, 19th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology, Paris, Dec. 1998, Nuclear Physics B, Elsevier Science, ed. J. Ferlet (1999).

135. “The Discovery of a High Redshift Quasar without Emission Lines from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey”, (with Fan et al.), ApJL, 526, L57 (1999).

136. “Large Scale Structure and the Mass Density of the Universe”, in New Worlds in Astroparticle Physics, eds. A. Mourao et al., World Scientific, p. 77 (1999).

137. “Clusters and Groups of Galaxies”, Chapter in the book Allen's Astrophysical Quantities, p. 613, ed. A. Cox, AIP Press, Springer-Verlag New York Inc. (1999).

138. “A Model-Independent Photometric Redshift Estimator”, (Y. Wang, N.A. Bahcall and E.L. Turner), ASP Conf. Series, eds. R. Weynman et al., 191, 25 (1999). (astro-ph/9906256)

139. “Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies”, Nobel Symposium on Particle Physics and the Universe, Physica Scripta, 60, 8, eds. L. Bergstrom, P. Carlson & C. Fransson (1999).

140. “Finding Clusters of Galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey using Vorono Tessellation”, (Kim, S.J., M. Strauss, N.A. Bahcall, et al.), ASP Conf. Series, eds. A. Mazure et al., 200, 422, (2000). (astro-ph/9912302)

141. “High Redshift Quasars found in the SDSS Commissioning Data II: The Spring Equatorial Stripe”, (with Fan et al.), AJ, 119, 1 (2000).

142. “Weak lensing of Galaxy Halos with SDSS Commissioning Data”, ( P. Fischer et al.), AJ, 120, 1198 (2000). (astro-ph/9912119)

143. “The Mass-to-Light Function: Antibias and the Mass Density of the Universe”, (N.A. Bahcall, R. Cen, R. Dave, J.P. Ostriker, Q.Yu), ApJ, 541, 1 (2000). (astro-ph/0002310)

144. “Magnification Bias from Lensing by Large-Scale Structure”, (Jain et al.), SDSS, 36, (2000).

145. “Paper of the Century: The Distribution of Rich Clusters of Galaxies”, Invited review, HAD, AAS January, Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 31, 130 (2000).

146. “The Discovery of a Luminous z = 5.8 Quasar from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey”, (X. Fan et al.), AJ, 120, 1167 (2000).

147. “The Sloan Digital Sky Survey: Technical Summary”, (York et al.), AJ, 120, 1579 (2000).

148. “Clusters and Cosmology”, Physics Reports, 333, 233 (2000).

149. “High Redshift Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey”, (W. Zheng et al.), AJ, 120, 1607 (2000). (astro-ph/0005247)

150. “The Missing Link: Early Methane ("T") Dwarfs in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey”, (S.K. Leggett et al.), ApJL, 536, L35 (2000).

151. “Discovery of a Close Pair of z = 4.25 Quasars from SDSS”, (D. Schneider et al.), AJ, 120, 2183 (2000).

152. “The First Large Cosmic Structures”, in The First Generation of Cosmic Structures, CfA Conf. Proceedings (2000).

153. “A Large Uniform Sample of X-ray AGNs from the ROSAT All Sky and Sloan Digital Surveys”, (B. Margon et al.), HEAD (AAS), 32, 02.09 (2000).

154. “The Evolution of the Cluster Mass Function from Gpc3 Simulations”, (P. Bode, N. Bahcall, E. Ford, and J. Ostriker), ApJ, 551, 15 (2001). (astro-ph/0011376)

155. “High Redshift Quasars Found in the SDSS Commissioning Data III: A Color Selected Sample of i < 20m in the Fall Equatorial Stripe”, (Fan et al.), AJ, 121, 31 (2001). (astro-ph/0008122)

156. “High Redshift Quasars Found in the SDSS Commissioning Data IV: Luminosity Function from the Fall Equatorial Stripe”, (Fan et al.), AJ, 121, 54 (2001). (astro-ph/0008123)

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228. “Evolution of the Cluster Correlation Function”, (N. Bahcall, L. Hao, et al.), ApJ, 603, 1, (2004). (astro-ph/0309544)

229. “A Catalog of Compact Groups of Galaxies in the SDSS Commissioning Data”, (B. C. Lee, et al.), AJ, 127, 1811 (2004).

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252. “Cluster Alignments and Ellipticities in LCDM Cosmology”, (P. Hopkins, N. Bahcall and P. Bode), ApJ, 618, 1 (2005).

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266. “The Shape, Multiplicity and Evolution of Superclusters in LCDM Cosmology”, (J. Wray, N. Bahcall, P. Bode, C. Boettinger, P. Hopkins), ApJ, 652, 907 (2006). (astro-ph/0603060)

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286. “Studying the Clustering of Black-Hole Masses of Active Galactic Nuclei with the SDSS and Future Surveys” (M. Strauss, et al), ASCS, 399, 12 (2008)

287.    “Quasar Clustering from SDSS DR5:    Dependences on Physical Properties” (Y. Shen, et al), ApJ, 697, 1656 (2009) (astro-ph/0810.4144)

288. “Five New High-Redshift Quasar Lenses from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey” (N. Inada, et al), AJ, 137, 4118 (2009) (astro-ph/0809.0912)

289.    “Clustering of Low-Redshift Quasars (z ≤ 2.2) in SDSS” (N. Ross, et al), ApJ , 697, 1634 (2009) (astro-ph/0903.3230)

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291. “A Cross-Correlation Analysis of Mg II Absorption Line Systems and Luminous-Red-Galaxies from SDSS DR5” (B. Lundgren, et al), ApJ, 698, 819 (2009) (astro-ph/0902.4003)

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299.    “The SDSS –DR7 Quasar Catalog” (Schneider, D., etal), 2010y Cat. 7260. (2010)

300.    “Chandra’s First Decade of Discovery” (N. Bahcall and H. Tananbaum, editors), PNAS, 107, 7127 (2010)

301.    “Galaxy Clustering in the Completed SDSS Redshift Survey: The Dependence on Color and Luminosity” (I. Zehavi etal), ApJ,   736, 59   (2011)

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304.    “ Detection of Intrinsic Cluster Alignment to 100h-1 Mpc in SDSS”   (A. Smargon, R. Mandelbaum, N. Bahcall, M. Niederste-Ostholt),   MNRAS,   423, 856   (2012)   (astro-ph/1109.6020)

305.     “Cosmological Constraints from the Clustering of SDSS Luminous Red Galaxies”   (B. Reid et al), MNRAS 417, 3103 (2011)

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308.    “The Clustering of Galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillations Spectroscopic Survey: Cosmological Implications of the Large-Scale Two-Point Correlation Function”   (A. Sanchez, et al),   MNRAS 425, 415   (2012)

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310.    “The Clustering of Galaxies in the SDSS-III Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Luminous and Color Dependence and Redshift Evolution”,   (Guo, H., et al),   ApJ, 767, 122 (2013) (astro-ph/1212.1211)

311.   “Characterizing Unknown Systematics in Large-Scale Structure Surveys” (N. Agarwal et al), JCAP (2013)   (astro-ph/1309.2954)

312. “Tracing Mass and Light in the Universe: Where is the Dark Matter?”   (N. Bahcall and Andrea Kulier),   submitted, MNRAS (2013) (astro-ph/1310.0022)

313. “SDSSIII Photometric Quasar Clustering: Probing the Initial Conditions of the Universe Using the Largest Volume” (S. Ho et al),   JCAP (2013)

314.    “On the Determination of Cluster Masses:   Lensing versus SZ/Xray Mass”   (N. Bahcall and Allison Hume), in preparation (2013)

315. “Supermassive Black Holes in Quasars” (N. Bahcall, M. DiDonato, M. Medeiros), in preparation (2013)

316.   “ Tracing Dark Matter and Baryons in the Universe”,   (N. Bahcall and B. Cook),   in preparation (2013)

317. “ Baryon Acoustic Oscillations Using Clusters of Galaxies” (N.Bahcall, H.Yesuf, P.Bode), in preparation (2013)

 

 

  

January 4, 2013

Neta A. Bahcall

Eugene Higgins Professor of Astronomy, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences.
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John, Neta with Safi, Dan, Orli (NY 2002)

Dan, Orli, Safi Bahcall (Israel 2003)

John and Neta (SF, 2002)

Neta & John with Clinton (1998)

John Bahcall, National Medal of Science (1998)

John and Neta (SF, 1966)

John and Neta (Tel Aviv, 1972; working on discovery of HZ Herc at the Wise Observatory)

Cluster Abell 1689 (HST)

M/L(R) Function: Flattening on Large Scale (Bahcall, Lubin, and Dorman 1995; Bahcall and Fan 1998)

The Cosmic Triangle (Bahcall, Ostriker, Perlmutter, and Steinhardt 1999)

Evolution of Cluster Abundance: Determining Cosmological Parameters (Bahcall, Fan, and Cen 1998)