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David Henley
David Henley
Research Professional, University of Georgia
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An XMM-Newton survey of the soft X-ray background. III. The galactic halo X-ray emission
DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 773 (2), 92, 2013
1102013
The origin of the hot gas in the galactic halo: confronting models with XMM-Newton observations
DB Henley, RL Shelton, K Kwak, MR Joung, MM Mac Low
The Astrophysical Journal 723 (1), 935, 2010
862010
Simulations of High-velocity Clouds. I. Hydrodynamics and High-velocity High Ions
K Kwak, DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 739 (1), 30, 2011
712011
Comparing Suzaku and XMM-Newton observations of the soft X-ray background: evidence for solar wind charge exchange emission
DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 676 (1), 335, 2008
692008
An XMM-Newton survey of the soft X-ray background. II. An all-sky catalog of diffuse O VII and O VIII emission intensities
DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 202 (2), 14, 2012
592012
Chandra X-ray grating spectrometry of η Carinae near X-ray minimum. I. Variability of the sulfur and silicon emission lines
DB Henley, MF Corcoran, JM Pittard, IR Stevens, K Hamaguchi, TR Gull
The Astrophysical Journal 680 (1), 705, 2008
592008
An XMM-Newton observation of the local bubble using a shadowing filament in the southern galactic hemisphere
DB Henley, RL Shelton, KD Kuntz
The Astrophysical Journal 661 (1), 304, 2007
542007
Theoretical X-ray line profiles from colliding wind binaries
DB Henley, IR Stevens, JM Pittard
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 346 (3), 773-786, 2003
422003
Can Charge Exchange Explain Anomalous Soft X-ray Emission in the Cygnus Loop?
RS Cumbee, DB Henley, PC Stancil, RL Shelton, JL Nolte, Y Wu, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 787 (2), L31, 2014
362014
Probing the wind–wind collision in γ2 Velorum with high-resolution Chandra X-ray spectroscopy: evidence for sudden radiative braking and non-equilibrium …
DB Henley, IR Stevens, JM Pittard
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 356 (4), 1308-1326, 2005
362005
XMM-Newton and Suzaku X-ray shadowing measurements of the solar wind charge exchange, local bubble, and galactic halo emission
DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 808 (1), 22, 2015
282015
Measurements with STEREO/COR1 data of drag forces acting on small-scale blobs falling in the intermediate corona
S Dolei, A Bemporad, D Spadaro, PS Behroozi, E Ramirez-Ruiz, CL Fryer, ...
Astron. Astrophys, 2013
242013
Determining The Galactic Halo's Emission Measure from UV and X-ray Observations
S Lei, RL Shelton, DB Henley
The Astrophysical Journal 699 (2), 1891, 2009
212009
Si IV column densities predicted from non-equilibrium ionization simulations of turbulent mixing layers and high-velocity clouds
K Kwak, RL Shelton, DB Henley
The Astrophysical Journal 812 (2), 111, 2015
202015
An XMM-Newton survey of the soft X-ray background. I. The O VII and O VIII lines between l= 120 and l= 240
DB Henley, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 187 (2), 388, 2010
202010
THE ORIGIN OF THE HOT GAS IN THE GALACTIC HALO: TESTING GALACTIC FOUNTAIN MODELS'X-RAY EMISSION
DB Henley, RL Shelton, K Kwak, AS Hill, MM Mac Low
The Astrophysical Journal 800 (2), 102, 2015
192015
The effect of mixing on the observed metallicity of the Smith Cloud
DB Henley, JA Gritton, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 837 (1), 82, 2017
162017
Simulations of High-velocity Clouds. II. Ablation from High-velocity Clouds as a Source of Low-velocity High Ions
DB Henley, K Kwak, RL Shelton
The Astrophysical Journal 753 (1), 58, 2012
132012
Modeling the X-Rays Resulting from High-velocity Clouds
RL Shelton, K Kwak, DB Henley
The Astrophysical Journal 751 (2), 120, 2012
112012
Xmm-newton measurement of the galactic halo x-ray emission using a compact shadowing cloud
DB Henley, RL Shelton, RS Cumbee, PC Stancil
The Astrophysical Journal 799 (2), 117, 2015
102015
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