Martha P. Haynes

Astronomy
Goldwin Smith Professor of Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences

Contact Information

530 Space Sciences Building
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853
p: (607) 255-0610

Martha P. Haynes

Astronomy
Goldwin Smith Professor of Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences

Expertise

Cosmology and galaxy evolution in the nearby universe; design of radio line surveys

Current Research Interest

What dwarf galaxies tell us about dark matter; how galaxy evolution is impacted by location in the cosmic web; how dark matter influences the motions of galaxies in the nearby universe

Distinction

National Academy of Sciences Henry Draper Medal
Astronomical Society of the Pacific Catherine Wolfe Bruce Medal
National Academy of Sciences
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Selected Publications

Haynes, Martha P., Riccardo Giovanelli, Brian R. Kent, Elizabeth A. K. Adams, Thomas J. Balonek, David W. Craig, Derek Fertig, Rose Finn, Carlo Giovanardi, Gregory Hallenbeck, Kelley M. Hess, G. Lyle Hoffman, Shan Huang, Michael G. Jones, Rebecca A. Koopmann, David A. Kornreich, Lukas Leisman, Jeffrey R. Miller, Crystal Moorman, Jessica O'Connor, Aileen O'Donoghue, Emmanouil Papastergis, Parker Troischt, David Stark, and Li Xiao. "The Arecibo Legacy Fast ALFA Survey: The ALFALFA Extragalactic HI Source Catalog." Astrophysical Journal 861, no. 1 (2018): 49.

Leisman, Lukas, Martha P. Haynes, Steven Janowiecki, Gregory Hallenbeck, Gyula Józsa, Riccardo Giovanelli, Elizabeth A. K. Adams, David Bernal Neira, John M. Cannon, William F. Janesh, Katherine L. Rhode, and John J. Salzer. "(Almost) Dark Galaxies in the ALFALFA Survey: Isolated HI-bearing Ultra-diffuse Galaxies." Astrophysical Journal 842, no. 2 (2017): 133.

Cornell Research Website Article

Exploring Extragalactic Neighborhoods