# 17 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Elmegreen & Hunter, A Star Formation Law for Dwarf Irregular Galaxies

# 16 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Melekh et al., Photoionization analysis of chemo-dynamical dwarf galaxies simulations

# 12 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Bastian et al., A General Abundance Problem for All Self-Enrichment Scenarios for the Origin of Multiple Populations in Globular Clusters
• (abs, pdf) Blain, The ISM at high redshifts: ALMA results and a look to the future

# 11 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Li et al., Cooling, AGN Feedback and Star Formation in Simulated Cool-Core Galaxy Clusters
• (abs, pdf) Nelson et al., Zooming in on accretion – I. The structure of halo gas
• (abs, pdf) Hobbs et al., Novel Adaptive softening for collisionless N-body simulations: Eliminating spurious halos

# 10 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Koposov et al., Beasts of the Southern Wild. Discovery of a large number of Ultra Faint satellites in the vicinity of the Magellanic Clouds
• (abs, pdf) Couch et al., The Three Dimensional Evolution to Core Collapse of a Massive Star
• (abs, pdf) Stickley & Aragon-Calvo, StratOS: A Big Data Framework for Scientific Computing
• (abs, pdf) The DES Collaboration et al., Eight New Milky Way Companions Discovered in First-Year Dark Energy Survey Data

# 09 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Lindblad, The computer BESK and an early attempt to simulate galactic dynamics
• (abs, pdf) DeSouza & Basu, The Luminosity of Population III Star Clusters

# New Paper: Luminosity Function of the Earliest Galaxies

We have just submitted a paper (arXiv) to the Astrophysical Journal Letters on the UV luminosity function of the first galaxies. This paper presents some of the first results from the Renaissance Simulations, which is a trio of physics-rich galaxy formation simulations that focus on the earliest epochs, including the first metal-free (Population III stars), in varying large-scale environments. The main result of this paper is the flattening of the luminosity function above an absolute UV magnitude of -14, corresponding to galaxies with less than one million solar masses of stars and 108 solar masses of total mass. We find this aspect, regardless of environment, however the normalization of the luminosity function can vary by an order of magnitude, depending on how density of the environment.

# 05 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Bogdan et al., Hot Gaseous Coronae around Spiral Galaxies: Probing the Illustris Simulation
• (abs, pdf) O'Shea et al., The Ultraviolet Luminosity Function of the Earliest Galaxies
• (abs, pdf) Genel et al., Galactic Angular Momentum in the Illustris Simulation: Feedback and the Hubble Sequence
• (abs, pdf) Ma et al., PopIII signatures in the spectra of PopII/I GRBs

# 04 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Somerville et al., Star Formation in Semi-Analytic Galaxy Formation Models with Multiphase Gas
• (abs, pdf) Sand et al., A Comprehensive Archival Search for Counterparts to Ultra-Compact High Velocity Clouds: Five Local Volume Dwarf Galaxies
• (abs, pdf) Scannapieco et al., The Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies in a constrained hydrodynamical simulation: morphological evolution
• (abs, pdf) Bauer et al., Hydrogen Reionization in the Illustris Universe

# 03 Mar 2015

• (abs, pdf) Watson et al., A dusty, normal galaxy in the epoch of reionization
• (abs, pdf) Khostovan et al., Evolution of the H$\beta$+[OIII] and [OII] luminosity functions and the [OII] star-formation history of the Universe up to $z$ ~ 5 from HiZELS
• (abs, pdf) Pober et al., PAPER-64 Constraints On Reionization II: The Temperature Of The z=8.4 Intergalactic Medium
• (abs, pdf) Pakmor et al., Improving the convergence properties of the moving-mesh code AREPO