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John Stocke

Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy
University of Colorado
389 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0389



Teaching Interests:

  • ASTR 2000-001 Ancient Astronomies of the World (fall 2009)
  • ASTR 3510-010 Observations and Instrumentation I (spring 2009)
  • ASTR 2000 Ancient Astronomies of the World (fall 2008)
  • ASTR 3560-880 Science and Mysticism (spring 2008)
  • ASTR 2000 Ancient Astronomies of the World (fall 2007)
  • ASTR 3510 Astronomical Observations and Instrumentation I (spring 2007)
  • ASTR 2000 Ancient Astronomies of the World (fall 2006)
  • ASTR 1010-100 Introduction to Astromony I (spring 2006)
  • ASTR 3510 Astronomical Observations and Instrumentation I: Imaging (spring 2005)
  • ASTR 3510-010 Observations/Instrumentation I (spring 2003)
  • ASTR 1110 General Astronomy-Solar System (spring 1998)
  • APAS 2000-001 Ancient Astronomy/World (spring 1997)

See Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Course Description for more information on undergraduate courses.


Research Interests:

  • The evolution of quasars and BL Lacertae objects.
  • The structure of extended radio galaxies.
  • The environment of active galaxies (Seyferts and radio galaxies) and its effect in the active nucleus of these galaxies.
  • Very isolated galaxies
  • X-ray emission from quasars, Seyferts, BL Lac objects, and normal stars
  • Herbig-Haro objects as interstellar shock fronts and tracers of bipolar outflows from young stars.

    See APS Faculty Research Interests for additional research interest information. Scroll down to Dr. Stocke's individual listing.


Recent Publications (2007-2009):

  • Hart, Q., Stocke, J., and Hallman, E. 2009, "X-ray Point Sources and Radio Galaxies in Clusters of Galaxies", Ap.J., 705, 854-867.

  • Stocke, J., Danforth, C., Shull, M., Penton, S., and Giroux, M. 2007, "The Metallicity of Intergalactic Gas in Cosmic Voids," Ap.J., 671, 146-152.

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