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Kurt Anderson

Kurt Anderson
Professor Emeritus
Emeritus Faculty

Contact Info
kurt at nmsu.edu
575.646.1032
AY 211B

Expertise: Planets, Active Galactic Nuclei, Galaxy Morphology

Biography

Education

Research

Dr. Anderson’s research is focused on understanding the structure of active galactic nuclei, the central regions of galaxies with active black holes.

Selected recent publications:

Photometric Accretion Signatures Near the Substellar Boundary
McGehee, P.M., West, A,A., Smith, J. A., Anderson, K.S.J., & Brinkmann, J. 2005, AJ, 130, 1752

Inner-truncated Disks in Galaxies
Anderson, K.S.J., Baggett, S.M., & Baggett, W.E. 2004, AJ, 127, 2085

New Observations of the Venus Visible Nightglow
Chanover, N.J., Anderson, K.S.J., Slanger, T.G., Cosby, P.C., Huestis, D.L. 2001, DPS, 33.1011

Bulge-Disk Decomposition of 659 Spiral and Lenticular Galaxy Brightness Profiles
Baggett, W.E., Baggett, S.M., & Anderson, K.S.J. 1998, AJ, 116, 1626

Steps toward Determination of the Size and Structure of the Broad-Line Region in Active Galactic Nuclei. XIII. Ultraviolet Observations of the Broad-Line Radio Galaxy 3C 390.3
O’ Brien etal., + 47 co-authors 1998, ApJ, 509, 163