BDNYC at AAS 231

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Last January, the group BDNYC was at the meeting AAS 231 presenting amazing projects.
Some news: Eileen Gonzales (graduate student) won the Graduate Student Honorable Mentions in the AAS 231 Chambliss Astronomy Student Achievement Awards competition for her poster! Congratulations Eileen! Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffi (Kalbfleisch Postdoctoral Fellow), Ellie Schwab (Helen Fellow, AMNH) and Jackie Faherty (AMNH) presented for the first time in AAS an iPoster. Emily Rice (CSI, AMNH) had a successful Startorialist BOOTHtique with awesome stellar goodies!

Click more to see the posters from the group.

Eileen Gonzales
Examing Cloud, Metallicity, and Gravity signatures in Brown Dwarfs: ADS
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Rocio Kiman
Gaia-Cupid: Age-Dating Low Mass Stars using Galactic Kinematics: ADS
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Victoria DiTomasso
Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining: Synthesizing Data for Exoplanets with Inhomogeneous Aerosol Coverage.
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Kelle Cruz
The BDNYC Database of Low Mass Stars, Brown Dwarfs, & Planetary Mass Companions.
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Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffi
The True Ultracool Binary Fraction. Check out the iPoster here

Jackie Faherty
The Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 Citizen Science Project. Check out the iPoster here

Elliana Schwab Abrahams
The Ultracool Typing Kit: An Open-Source, Qualitative Spectral Typing GUI for L Dwarfs. Check out the iPoster here
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