Tag Archives: 21cm

03 Jun 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Xia & Yu, The Origin of the Stellar Mass-Stellar Metallicity Relation in the Milky Way Satellites and beyond
  • (abs, pdf) Bhatt et al., Baryon-Dark matter interaction in presence of magnetic fields in light of EDGES signal
  • (abs, pdf) Almeida & Nemmen, Winds and feedback from supermassive black holes accreting at low rates: Hydrodynamical treatment
  • (abs, pdf) Decataldo et al., Photoevaporation of Jeans unstable clumps by FUV radiation
  • (abs, pdf) Silk, Ultra-diffuse galaxies without dark matter

30 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., Disruption of giant molecular clouds and formation of bound star clusters under the influence of momentum stellar feedback
  • (abs, pdf) Sartorio et al., Massive star formation via torus accretion: the effect of photoionization feedback
  • (abs, pdf) Margalit & Metzger, The Multi-Messenger Matrix: the Future of Neutron Star Merger Constraints on the Nuclear Equation of State
  • (abs, pdf) Deg et al., GalactICS with Gas
  • (abs, pdf) Zamudio-Fernandez et al., HIGAN: Cosmic Neutral Hydrogen with Generative Adversarial Networks

25 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Davies, Ionization bias and the ghost proximity effect near $z\gtrsim6$ quasars in the shadow of proximate absorption systems
  • (abs, pdf) Kahlhoefer et al., Diversity in density profiles of self-interacting dark matter satellite halos
  • (abs, pdf) Lora et al., Cold, old and metal-poor: New stellar substructures in the Milky Way's dwarf spheroidals
  • (abs, pdf) Fialkov et al., Extracting the Global Signal from 21-cm Fluctuations: the Multi-Tracer Approach

24 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Zavala et al., The diverse dark matter density at sub-kiloparsec scales in Milky Way satellites:implications for the nature of dark matter
  • (abs, pdf) Ghara & Mellema, Impact of Ly$\alpha$ heating on the global 21-cm signal from the Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Ricarte et al., Tracing Black Hole and Galaxy Co-evolution in the Romulus Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Kruijssen, The minimum metallicity of globular clusters and its physical origin — implications for the galaxy mass-metallicity relation and observations of proto-globular clusters at high redshift
  • (abs, pdf) Smith & Geach, Generative deep fields: arbitrarily sized, random synthetic astronomical images through deep learning

18 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Muñoz, A Standard Ruler at Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Sameie et al., Self-Interacting Dark Matter Subhalos in the Milky Way's Tides
  • (abs, pdf) Muñoz, Velocity-induced Acoustic Oscillations at Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) He et al., Simulating Star Clusters Across Cosmic Time: I. Initial Mass Function, Star Formation Rates and Efficiencies
  • (abs, pdf) Vanzella et al., Ionising the Intergalactic Medium by Star Clusters ? The first empirical evidence
  • (abs, pdf) Lorente et al., Moving Towards Greater Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Astronomy

12 Mar 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Starkenburg et al., On the origin of star-gas counterrotation in low-mass galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Hutter et al., Astro2020 Science White Paper: A proposal to exploit galaxy-21cm synergies to shed light on the Epoch of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Cooray et al., Cosmic Dawn and Reionization: Astrophysics in the Final Frontier
  • (abs, pdf) Suazo et al., The role of gas fragmentation during the formation of supermassive black holes
  • (abs, pdf) Dvorkin et al., Neutrino Mass from Cosmology: Probing Physics Beyond the Standard Model
  • (abs, pdf) Chluba et al., Spectral Distortions of the CMB as a Probe of Inflation, Recombination, Structure Formation and Particle Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Fan et al., The First Luminous Quasars and Their Host Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Osborne & Simões, Thyr: A Volumetric Ray-Marching Tool for Simulating Microwave Emission
  • (abs, pdf) Meerburg et al., Primordial Non-Gaussianity
  • (abs, pdf) Bechtol et al., Dark Matter Science in the Era of LSST