Richard B.C. Henry

University of Oklahoma
Physics-Astronomy Dept
Rm 131
440 W Brooks St
Norman OK 73019
Oklahoma (OK)
United States

Phone: +1 405 366-1717
Email: rhenryouedu
Personal website: https://www.nhn.ou.edu/people/henry
Organization website: https://www.nhn.ou.edu/

NCA adherence: United States

Last updated:
October 27, 2020

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Active Member

Affiliation(s) within the IAU

Past affiliation(s) within the IAU

  • Past Member of Commission 28 Galaxies (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Commission 35 Stellar Constitution (until 2015)
  • Past Member of Division IV Stars (until 2012)
  • Past Member of Division VIII Galaxies & the Universe (until 2012)

Areas of interest

2 - Physical data and processes: 2.23 - Nuclear reactions, nucleosynthesis, abundances
8 - Stars: 8.1 - Stars: abundances, 8.7 - Stars: circumstellar matter, 8.11 - Stars: evolution, 8.17 - Stars: interiors, 8.39 - Stars: white dwarfs
9 - Interstellar medium (ISM), nebulae: 9.1 - ISM: abundances, 9.9 - ISM: HII regions, 9.16 - ISM: planetary nebulae
10 - The Galaxy: 10.1 - Galaxy: abundances, 10.5 - Galaxy: evolution, 10.12 - Galaxy: local insterstellar matter
11 - Galaxies: 11.1 - Galaxies: abundances, 11.9 - Galaxies: evolution, 11.16 - Galaxies: intergalactic medium, 11.34 - Galaxies: star formation
12 - Cosmology: 12.14 - Cosmology: primordial nucleosynthesis

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