Franck Marchis
Franck Marchis

Senior Planetary Astronomer

Degree/Major: Ph.D., Astrophysics, 1996, Université Paul Sabatier, France

Curriculum vitae: Franck Marchis Resume.pdf

Dr. Franck Marchis is a senior planetary astronomer and chair of the exoplanet group at the Carl Sagan Center of the SETI Institute and Chief Scientific Officer and Founder at Unistellar. He began full-time work at the Institute in June 2011 after leaving a joint position with Institute and the department of astronomy at University of California, Berkeley. Marchis moved to the United States in October 2000 shortly after getting a Ph.D. from the University of Toulouse in France that he acquired while traveling around the world for his research and for the sake of exploration. Over the past nineteen years, he has dedicated his work to the study of our solar system, specifically the search for asteroids with moons, using mainly ground-based telescopes equipped with adaptive optics (AO). More recently he has been also involved in the definition of new generation of AOs for 8 -10 m class telescopes and future Extremely Large Telescopes. He has also developed algorithms to process and enhance the quality of astronomical and biological images. He is currently the collaboration manager of the Gemini Planet Imager Exoplanet Survey, which consists in imaging and characterizing Jupiter-like exoplanets using an extreme AO system designed for the Gemini South telescope. Today, Marchis dedicates most of his energy to instruments capable of imaging and characterizing Earth-like exoplanets by being involved in education, public outreach, technology, and scientific investigations related to those ambitious projects both in the United States and in Europe. Marchis is also involved in startups related to astronomy so he joined Unistellar as a Chief Scientific Officer and VR2Planets as a scientific advisor in 2017. Marchis is a member of numerous science committees including the SETI Science council, the GPI steering Committee, the TMT Science Definition Team, PLOS One editor board, the Project Blue and the PLANETS Foundation Advisory board. He has co-authored more than 380 scientific publications, trained numerous students, and served as a science consultant and interviewee for numerous documentaries and movies in English, French, and Spanish. The asteroid (6639) was named Marchis in honor of his discovery of the first triple-asteroid system in 2007. He has been an affiliated Astronomer at Observatoire de Paris since 2003

Major Awards
  • Recipient of one of the 2004 Grants in Honor of Professor Henri Chretien (AAS, September 2004)
  • In April 2007, the asteroid numbered 1989SO8 was named “(6639) Marchis” in honor of his work in the field of multiple asteroids.

87. The First H-band Spectrum of the Massive Gas Giant Planet beta Pictoris b with the Gemini Planet Imager
Chilcote, J. et al., submitted to ApJL, 2014

86. Polarimetry with the Gemini Planet Imager: Methods, Performance at First Light, and the Circumstellar Ring around HR 4796A
Perrin, M. D et al., submitted to ApJL, 2014

85. Gemini Planet Imager Spectroscopy of the HR 8799 planets c and d
Ingraham, P. et al., accepted for publication in ApJ, Sep 2014

84. Composition, Mineralogy, and Porosity of Multiple Asteroid Systems from Visible and Near-infrared Spectral Data
Lindsay, S.S, F. Marchis,J.P. Emery, J.E. Enriquez, M. Assafin, accepted for publication in Icarus, July 2014

83. Multiple asteroid systems (45) Eugenia and (87) Sylvia: sensitivity to external and internal perturbations
Beauvalet, L. & Marchis, F., Icarus 241, 13-25, 2014

82. The Gemini Planet Imager: First Light
Macintosh, B. et al., PNAS 111, 35, 12661-12666, 2014

81. CSI 2264: Simultaneous Optical and Infrared Light Curves of Young Disk-bearing Stars in NGC 2264 with CoRoT and Spitzer—Evidence for Multiple Origins of Variability
Cody, A.M., et al., Astronomical Journal, 147, 4, 82, 47, 2014

80. The puzzling mutual orbit of the binary trojan asteroid (624) Hektor
F. Marchis, J. Durech, J. Castillo-Rogez, F. Vachier, M. Cuk, J. Berthier, M.H. Wong, P. Kalas, G. Duchene, and M. van Dam, ApJL, 783, 2, L37, 2014

79. New insights on the main belt triple asteroid (87) Sylvia
J. Berthier, F. Vachier, F. Marchis, J. Durech, P. Descamps, B. Carry, Icarus 239, 118-130, 2014

78. The hierarchical stability of the seven known large size ratio triple asteroids using the empirical stability parameters
Liu, X., Baoyin, H., Marchis, F., Astrophysics and Space Science, 349, 2, 677-680, 2013

77. FIRST, a fibered aperture masking instrument II. Spectroscopy of the Capella binary system at the diffraction limit
E. Huby, G. Duchene, F. Marchis, S. Lacour, G. Perrin, T. Kotani, E. Choquet, E. L. Gates, O. Lai, A&A, 506, A113, 2013

76. Sizes of main-belt asteroids by combining shape models and Keck Adaptive Optics observations
J. Hanuš, F. Marchis, J. Ďurech, Icarus, 226, 1, 1045-1057, 2013

75. Occultation Evidence for a Satellite of the Trojan Asteroid (911) Agamemnon
B. Timerson, J. Brooks, S. Conard, D. W. Dunham, D. Herald, A. Tolea, F. Marchis, PSS, 87, 78-84, Oct. 2013

74. Characteristics and large bulk density of the C-type main-belt triple asteroid (93) Minerva
F. Marchis, Vachier, F., Ďurech, J., Enriquez, J.E, Harris, A.W., Dalba, P.A., Berthier, J., Emery, J.P., Bouy, H., Melbourne, J., Stockton, A., Fassnacht, C.D., Dupuy, T.J., Strajnic, J., Icarus 224, 1, 178-191, 2013

73. High surface porosity as the origin of emissivity features in asteroid spectra
P. Vernazza, M. Delbo, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, J. Olofsson, R. P. Binzel, F. Marchis, P. Lamy, F. Cipriani, B. Merin, A. Tamanai. Icarus 221, 2, 1162-1172, Dec. 2012

72. Multiple Asteroid Systems: Dimensions and Thermal Properties from Spitzer Space Telescope and Ground-Based Observations
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J. P. Emery, M. Mueller, M. Baek ,J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira Martins, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, D. P. Cruikshank, L. Lim, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, Icarus 221, 2, 1130-1161, Dec. 2012

71. Analysis of the rotation period of asteroids (1865) Cerberus, (2100) Ra-Shalom, and (3103) Eger - search for the YORP effect
J. Ďurech, D. Vokrouhlický, A.R. Baransky, S. Breiter, O.A. Burkhonov, W. Cooney, V. Fuller, N.M. Gaftonyuk, J. Gross, R. Ya Inasaridze, M. Kaasalainen, Yu. N. Krugly, O.I. Kvaratshelia, E.A. Litvinenko, B. Macomber, F. Marchis, I.E. Molotov, J. Oey, D. Polishook, J. Pollock, P. Pravec, K. Sárneczky, V.G. Shevchenko, I. Slyusarev, R. Stephens, Gy. Szabó, D. Terrell, F.Vachier, Z. Vanderplate,M. Viikinkoski, B.D. Warner, B. D., A&A 547, A10 9, Nov 2012

70. YSOVAR: Six Pre-main-sequence Eclipsing Binaries in the Orion Nebula Cluster
M. Morales-Calderón, J.R. Stauffer, K.G. Stassun, F.J. Vrba, L. Prato, L.A. Hillenbrand, S. Terebey, K.R. Covey, L.M. Rebull, D.M. Terndrup, R. Gutermuth, I. Song, P. Plavchan, J.M. Carpenter, F. Marchis, E.V. García, S. Margheim, K.L. Luhman, J. Angione, J.M. Irwin, J. M. , ApJ 753, 2, 149, 17, Jul 2012

69. Volcanic Activity of Io with Keck-10m AO in 2003-2004
F. Marchis, A. Davies, Hom, E.Y., I. de Pater, Icarus, in preparation, Feb. 2012

68. Bulk density of the Triple Main-Belt Asteroid System (93) Minerva
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, J. Berthier et al. Icarus, about to be submitted, Dec. 2011

67. High surface porosity as the origin of emissivity features in asteroid spectra
P. Vernazza, M. Delbo, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, J. Olofsson, R. P. Binzel, F. Marchis, P. Lamy, F. Cipriani, B. Merin. Icarus, about to be submitted, Dec. 2011

66. Multiple Asteroid Systems: Dimensions and Thermal Properties from Spitzer Space Telescope and Ground-Based Observations
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J. P. Emery, M. Mueller, J. Pollock, M. Baek, M. Assafin, R. Vieira Martins, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, D. P. Cruikshank, L. Lim, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, submitted to Icarus, Dec. 2011

65. On-sky test results with the fibered aperture masking instrument FIRST
E. Huby, G. Perrin, F. Marchis, S. Lacour, T. Kotani, G. Duchene, E. Choquet, E. L. Gates, J. M. Woillez, O. Lai, P. Fedou, C. Collin, and F. Chapron, submitted to A&A, Nov 2011

64. Determination of Binary Asteroid Orbits with a Genetic-based Algorithm
F. Vachier, J. Berthier, F. Marchis, submitted to A&A, Nov 2011

63. Constraining multiple systems with GAIA
L. Beauvalet, V. Lainey, J.-E. Arlot, D. Bancelin, R.P. Binzel, F. Marchis, PSS, Proceeding on GAIA, in revision, Dec 2011

62. Binary Asteroid Population. 2. Anisotropic distribution of orbit 
P. Pravec, P. Scheirich, D. Vokrouhlicky et al., in press Icarus, 2011

61. Asteroid (21) Lutetia as a remnant of Earth’s precursor planetesimals
P. Vernazza, P. Lamy, O. Groussin, T. Hiroi, L. Jorda, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, F. Marchis, M. Birlan, R. Brunetto, Icarus 216, 2, 650-659, 2011

60. YSOVAR: the first sensitive, wide-area, mid-IR photometric monitoring of the ONC
M. Moralez-Calderon, J. R. Stauffer, L. A. Hillenbrand, R. Gutermuth, I. Song, L. M. Rebull, P. Plavchan, J. M. Carpenter, B. A. Whitney, K. Covey, C. Alves de Oliveira, E. Winston, M. J. McCaughrean, J. Bouvier, S. Guieu, F. J. Vrba, J. Holtzman, F. Marchis, J. L. Hora, L. H. Wasserman, S. Terebey, T. Megeath, E. Guinan, J. Forbrich, N. Huélamo, P. Riviere-Marichalar, D. Barrado, K. Stapelfeldt, J. Hernández, L. E. Allen, D. R. Ardila, A. Bayo, F. Favata, D. James, M. Werner, K. Wood. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 733, Issue 1, 2011

59. High spatial resolution imaging of WASP-33
A. Moya, H. Bouy, F. Marchis, B. Vincente, D. Barrado, A&A 535, A110, 2011

58. Absolute photometry of small main-belt asteroids in 2007-2009
Chiorny, V., Galád, A., Pravec, P., Kušnirák, P., Hornoch, K., Gajdoš, Š., Kornoš, L., Világi, J., Husárik, M., Kaňuchová, Z., Krišandová, Z., Higgins, D., Pray, D. P., Durkee, R., Dyvig, R., Reddy, V., Oey, J., Marchis, F., Stephens, R. D., PSS, Volume 59, Issue 13, p. 1482-1489, 2011

57. Long-Term Evolution of the Aerosol Debris Cloud Produced by the 2009 Impact on Jupiter
A. Sanchez-Lavega et al., Icarus, 214, 2, 462-476, 2011

56. Spectral properties of small bodies (854) Frostia, (1333) Cevenola, and (3632) Chaplin
M. Birlan, D.A. Nedelcu, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, F. Marchis, S. Merouane, MNRAS, 415, 1, 587-595, 2011

55. The Origin of (90) Antiope From Component-Resolved Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J.P. Emery, J. Berthier, P. Descamps, F. Vachier, Icarus 213, 1, 252-264, 2011

54. A spectral comparison of (379) Huenna and its satellite
F. E. DeMeo B. Carry, F. Marchis, M. Birlan, R.P. Binzel, S.J. Bus, P. Descamps, A. Nedelcu, M. Busch, H. Bouy, Icarus 212, 2, 677-681, 2011

53. Triplicity and Physical Characteristics of Asteroid (216) Kleopatra
P. Descamps, Marchis, F., J. Berthuer, J.P. Emery, G. Duchene, I. de Pater, M.H. Wong, H.B. Hammel, F. Vachier, P. Wiggins, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira-Martins, J.I.B Camargo, F. Braga-Ribas, B. Macomber, Icarus, 211, 2, 1022-1033, 2011

52. The atmospheric influence, size and asteroidal nature of the July 2009 Jupiter Impact.
G.S. Orton, L.N. Fletcher, C.M. Lisse et al. Icarus, 211, 1, 587-602, 2011

51. Almahata Sitta (=asteroid 2008TC3) and the search for the ureilite parent body
P. Jennisken, J. Vaubaillon, R.P. Binzel, F.E. deMeo, D. Nesvorny, W. F. Bottke, A. Fitzsimmons, T. Hiroi, F. Marchis, J.L. Bishop, P. Vernazza, M.E. Zolensky, J.S. Herrin, K.C. Welten, M.M. Meier, M.H. Shaddad, M&PS, 45, 1590-1671, 2010

50. Asteroid pairs formed by rotational fission
P. Pravec, D. Vokrouhlický, D. Polishook, D. J. Scheeres, A. W. Harris, A. Galád, O. Vaduvescu, F. Pozo, A. Barr, P. Longa, F. Vachier, F. Colas, D. P. Pray, J. Pollock, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, P. Kušnirák, T. Henych, F. Marchis, B. Macomber, S.A. Jacobson, Yu. N. Krugly, A. Sergeev & A. Leroy, Nature 466, 1085-1088, 2010

49. Dynamical Model of (45) Eugenia Triple Asteroid System
F. Marchis, V. Lainey, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, M. Van Dam, I. de Pater, B. Macomber, M. Baek, D. Le Mignant, H.B. Hammel, M. Showalter, F. Vachier, Icarus, 210, 2, 635-643, 2010

48. Eclipsing Binary Trojan Asteroid Patroclus: Thermal Inertia from Spitzer Observations
M. Mueller, F. Marchis, J. Emery, A.W. Harris, S. Mottola, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, M. di Martino, Icarus, 205, 2, 505-515, 2010

47. Component-resolved Near-infrared Spectra of the (22) Kalliope System
C. Laver, I. de Pater, F. Marchis, M. Adamkovics, M. H. Wong, Icarus, 204, 2, 574-579, 2009

46. A giant Crater on 90 Antiope?

P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, J. Berthier, J. Pollock, P. Wiggins, M. Birlan, F. Colas, F. Vachier, S. Fauvaud, J.-P. Sareyan, F. Pilcher, D.A. Klinglesmith, Icarus 203, 1, 102-111, 2009

45. A deep look into the core of young clusters. II. λ-Orionis
J. Bouy, N. Huélamo, N., Barrado Y Navascués, D., Martín, E. L., Petr-Gotzens, M. G., Kolb, J., Marchetti, E., Morales-Calderón, M., Bayo, A., Artigau, E., Hartung, M., Marchis, F., Tamura, M., Sterzik, M., et al. A&A 504, 1, 199-209, 2009

44. On the stability of the satellites of Asteroid 87 Sylvia
O. Winter, L.A.G. Augusto, E. Viera Neto, R.V. Martins, S.M. Giulutti Winter, R. S. Gomes, F. Marchis, P. Descamps, MNRAS, 395, 1, 218-227, 2009

43. A deep look into the cores of young clusters I. s-Orionis
H. Bouy, Huélamo, N., Martín, E. L., Marchis, F., Barrado Y Navascués, D., Kolb, J., Marchetti, E., Petr-Gotzens, M. G., Sterzik, M., Ivanov, V. D., Köhler, R., Nürnberger, D, A&A, 493, 3, 931-946, 2009

42. New insights on the binary system of 121 Hermione
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Durech, J. Emery, A.W. Harris, M. Kaasalainen, J. Berthier, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, L. Hutton, J. Greene, J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira-Martins, J.I.B. Camargo, F. Braga-Ribas, F. Vachier, D.E. Reichart, K.M. Ivarsen, J.A. Crain, M.C. Nysewander, A.P. Lacluyze, J.B. Haislip, R. Behrend, F. Colas, J. Lecacheux, L. Bernasconi, R. Roy, P. Baudouin, L. Brunetto, S. Sposetti, F. Manzini Icarus, 203, 1, 88-101, 2009.

41. Structural and compositional properties of brown dwarf disks: the case of 2MASS J04442713+2512164
H. Bouy et al. A&A 486, 3, 877-890, 2008

40. Follow-up observations of binary ultra-cool dwarfs
H. Bouy, E.L. Martin, W. Brander, T. Forveille, X. Delfosse, N. Huelamo, G. Basri, J. Girard,M.-R. Zapatero Osori, M. Stumpf, A. Ghez, L. Valdivielso, F. Marchis, A.J. Burgasser, K.Cruz, A&A, 481, 3, 757-767, 2008

39. Main belt binary asteroidal systems with circular mutual orbits
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, Baek, M., Harris, A.W., Kaasalaneien, M., Berthier, J., Hestroffer, D., Vachier, F., Icarus 196, 1, 97-118, 2008.

38. New determination of the size and bulk density of the binary asteroid 22 Kalliope from observations of mutual eclipses
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Pollock, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, M. Birlan, M. Kaasalainen, A.W. Harris, M. Wong, W. Romanishin, E.M. Cooper, K.A. Kettner, P. Wiggins, A. Kryszczynska, M. Polinska, J.-F. Colliac, A. Devyatkin, I. Verestchagina, D. Gorshanov, Icarus 196, 2, 578-600, 2008.

37. Main belt binary asteroidal systems with eccentric mutual orbits
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, D. Hestroffer, F. Vachier, M. Baek, Harris, A.W., Nesvorny, D, Icarus, 195, 1, 295-316, 2008.

36. 2007 Mutual Events within the Binary System of (22) Kalliope
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Pollock, J. Berthier, M. Birlan, F. Vachier, F. Colas, P&SS, 56, 14, 1851-1856, 2008.

35. Specific Angular Momentum of Binary Asteroids
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, Icarus 193, 1, 74-84, 2008.

34. Tvashtar awakening detected in April 2006 with OSIRIS at the W.M. Keck Observatory
C. Laver, I. de Pater, and F. Marchis, Icarus 191, 2, 749-754, 2007.

33. Spatially resolved observations of the forbidden SO rovibronic transition on Io during an eclipse and a volcanic eruption at Ra Patera
I. de Pater, C. Laver, F. Marchis, H.G. Roe, B.A. Macintosh, Icarus 191, 1, 172-182, 2007.

32. Io Volcanism seen by New Horizons: a major eruption of the Tvashtar volcano
J.R Spencer, S.A. Stern, A.F. Cheng, H.A. Weaver, D.C. Reuter, K. Retherford, A. Lunsford, J.M. Moore, O. Abramov, R.M.C. Lopes, J.E. Perry, L. Kamp, M. Showalter, K.L. Jessup, F. Marchis, P.M Schenk, C. Dumas, Science, 318, 5848, 240, 2007.

31. Nature of the small main belt asteroid 3169 Ostro
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, F. Vachier, F. Colas, J. Berthier, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, B. Payet, J. Dorseuil, Y.Léonie, T. Dijoux, H.Berrouachdi, C. Chion Hock, F. Benard, Icarus, 189, 2, 362-369, 2007.

30. Figure of the double asteroid 90 Antiope from AO and lightcurves observations
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, F. Vachier, F. Colas, J. Berthier, D. Hestroffer, M. Assafin, P. Dunckel, K. Miller, M. Polinska, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, R. Vieira-Martins, M. Birlan, Icarus, 187, 2, 482-499, 2007.

29. AIDA: an adaptive image deconvolution algorithm with application to multi-frame and 3D data
Hom, E.F.Y., F. Marchis, T.K. Lee, S. Haase, D. A. Agards, J.W. Sedat, JOSA A, 24, 6, 1580-1600, 2007

28. Io’s Hot Spots, locations and detections
R.M.C. Lopes, J. Radebaugh, M. Meiner, J. Perry, F. Marchis, in Io After Galileo, Eds R.M.C. Lopes & J.R. Spencer, Praxis, Chichester, UK, 307-323, ISBN 3-540-34681-3, 2007.

27. Outstanding Questions and Future Explorations
F. Marchis, J.R. Spencer, and R.M.C. Lopes, in Io After Galileo, Eds R.M.C. Lopes & J.R. Spencer, Praxis, Chichester, UK, ISBN 3-540-34681-3, 2007.

26. Titan Imagery with Keck AO during and after Probe Entry
I. de Pater, M. Ádámkovics, A. H. Bouchez, M. E. Brown, S. G. Gibbard, F. Marchis, H. G. Roe, E. L. Schaller, and E. F. Young, Journal of Geophysical Research, 11107, S05, 2006

25. The PHEMU97 catalogue of observations of the mutual phenomena of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter
J.E. Arlot, W.Thuillot, C. Ruatti, and 61 coauthors, A&A, 451, 733, 2006

24. Photometric survey of binary near-Earth asteroids
P. Pravec, P. Scheirich, P. Kusnirak, and 51 coauthors, Icarus, 181, 63, 2006

23. A low density of 0.8 g cm-3 for the Trojan binary asteroid 617 Patroclus
F. Marchis, D. Hestroffer, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, A. H. Bouchez, R. D. Campbell, J. C. Y. Chin, M. A. van Dam, S. K. Hartman, E. M. Johansson, R. E. Lafon, D. Le Mignant, I. de Pater, P. J. Stomski, D. M. Summers, F. Vachier, P. L. Wizinovich & M. H. Wong, Nature, 439, 7076, 565-567, 2006

22. Shape, size, and multiplicity of main-belt asteroids. I. Keck Adaptive Optics Survey
F. Marchis, M., Kaasalainen, E.F.Y. Hom, J. Berthier, J. Enriquez, D. Hestroffer, D. Le Mignant, I. de Pater, Icarus, 185, 39, 2006

21. Discovery of the Triple Asteroidal System: 87 Sylvia
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, Nature, 436, 822-824, Aug. 2005

20. Mass and Density of Asteroid 121 Hermione from an Analysis of its Companion Orbit (available)
F. Marchis, D. Hestroffer, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, C. Laver, I. de Pater, Icarus 178, 2, 450-464, 2005

19. Keck AO survey of Io Global volcanic activity between 2 and 5 microns (available)
F. Marchis, Le Mignant, D., F. Chaffee, R. Prange, T. Fusco, S. Kwok, P. Amico, R. Campbell, F. Chaffee, A. Conrad, A. Contos, R. Goodrich, and I. de Pater, Icarus, 176, 96-122, 2005.

18. Near-IR Imaging of Asteroid 4 Vesta (available)
Zellner, N. E. B., S. Gibbard, I. de Pater, F. Marchis, and M. J. Gaffey, Icarus, 177, 1, 190-195, 2005

17. The dynamic neptunian ring arcs: evidence for a gradual disappearance of Liberté and resonant jump of courage
I. de Pater, S.G. Gibbard, E. Chiang, H.B. Hammel, B. Macintosh, F. Marchis, S. Martin, H.G. Roe, and M. Showalter, Icarus, 174, 1, 263-272, 2005.

16. Keck AO observations of Io in and out of eclipse
I. de Pater, F. Marchis, B. Macintosh, H.G. Roe, D. Le Mignant, J.R. Graham, and A. Davies, Icarus, 169, Io Special Issue, 1, 250-263, 2004.

15. Extreme Volcanism on Io: Latest Insights at the End of the Galileo Era (available)
J.S. Kargel, R.W. Carlson, A.G. Davies, B. Fegley, A. Gillespie, R. Greeley, R.R. Howell, K. Lea Jessup, L. Kamp, L. P. Keszthelyi, R. M. Lopes, T. J. MacIntyre, F. Marchis, A. S. McEwen, M. Millazzo, J. Perry, J. Radebaugh, L. Schaefer, N. Schmerr, W.D. Smythe, J.R. Spencer, D.A. Williams, J. Zhang and M. Yu. Zolotoz, EOS Journal, 84, 33, p. 313-318, Aug. 2003.

14. A three-dimensional solution for the orbit of the asteroidal satellite of 22 Kalliope (available)
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, A. Boccaletti, D. Gavel, and I. de Pater, Icarus, 165, 112-120, 2003.

13. Near-IR coronagraphic imaging of the companion to HR7672 (available)
A. Boccaletti, G. Chauvin, A.-M. Lagrange, F. Marchis, A&A, v.410, p.283-288, 2003.

12. High-resolution Keck Adaptive Optics Imaging of Violent Volcanic Activity on Io (web page and preprint)
F. Marchis, I. de Pater, A. Davies, H. Roe, P. Descamps, D. Le Mignant, B. Macintosh, R. Prangé Icarus, 160, 124-131, 2002.

11. Ground-based imaging of the HD141569 circumstellar disk
A. Boccaletti, J.-C. Augereau, F. Marchis, J. Hahn, Letter to ApJ, 585, 1, 494-501, 2003.

10. No disk needed around HD 199143B (available)
G. Chauvin, T. Fusco, A.-M. Lagrange, D. Mouillet, J.-L. Beuzit, M. Thomson , J.-C. Augereau, F. Marchis, C. Dumas and P. Lowrance A&A, 394, 219-223, 2002.

9. Adaptive Optics Observations of asteroid (216) Kleopatra (available)
D. Hestroffer, F. Marchis, T. Fusco, J. Berthier Research Note, A&A, 394, 339-343, 2002.

8. A second substellar companion in the Gliese 86 system. A brown dwarf in an extrasolar planetary system. (available)
S.G. Els, M.F. Sterzik, F. Marchis, E. Pantin, M. Endl, M. Kurster A&AL, 370, p. L1-L4, 2001

7. First ground-based Astrometric Observations of Puck
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Berthier, R. Prangé, T. Fusco and C. Le Guyader CRAS, Physique 3, p121-128, 2002.

6. Split Comet C/2001 A2 (LINEAR)
E. Jehin, H. Boehnhardt, Z. Sekanina, X. Bonfils, O. Schutz, J.L. Beuzit, M. Billeres, G.J. Garradd, P. Leisy, F. Marchis, A. Mas, L. Origlia, D. Scarpa, D. Thomas, G P Tozzi Earth, Moon, and Planets, 90, 1, 147-151, 2002.

5. A survey of Io's volcanism by adaptive optics observations in the 3.8 micron thermal band (1996-1999)
F. Marchis, R. Prangé, T. Fusco (ONERA). J.Geophys. Res., Io Special Issue, 106, E12, p. 33 141 , 2001.

4. Ground-based Observations of Volcanism on Io in 1999 (reprint available)
R.R. Howell, J.R. Spencer, J.D. Goguen, F. Marchis, R. Prangé, T. Fusco, D. L. Blaney, G. L. Veeder, J. A. Rathbun, G. S. Orton, A. J. Grocholski, J.A. Stansberry. J. Geophys. Res., Io Special Issue, 106, E12, p. 33 129, 2001.v

3. Adaptive Optics mapping of Io's volcanism in the thermal IR (3.8\mum). (reprint available)
F. Marchis, R. Prangé, J.C. Christou Icarus, 148, 384-396, 2000.

2. Adaptive optics observations of the innermost coma of comet C/1995 O1. Is there a "Hale" and a "Bopp" in comet Hale-Bopp?
F. Marchis, H. Boehnhardt, O. Hainaut, D. Le Mignant A&A, volume 349, issue 3, September 1999

1. Optical tolerances of active telescope architectures for Adaptive Optics (available here)
F. Marchis, S. Cuevas Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica, vol. 35, No. 1, 31-44, 1999

Popular Publications

Binary and Multiple Asteroids (invited encyclopedia contribution) 
F. Marchis, McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 11th Edition, in press, 2011.

Our Solar System through the eyes of Adaptive Optics

F. Marchis, Chapter for “Postcards from the Edge of the Universe” book, Editors: L. Pullen & M. Barrosa, 2010

Binary and Multiple Asteroids (invited encyclopedia contribution)
F. Marchis, McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 12th Edition, 2013.