Tag Archives: BBH

06 Sept 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Maseda et al., MUSE Spectroscopic Identifications of Ultra-Faint Emission Line Galaxies with M$_{\mathrm{UV}}\sim$ -15
  • (abs, pdf) Bennet et al., Evidence for Ultra-Diffuse Galaxy `Formation' Through Galaxy Interactions
  • (abs, pdf) Rodriguez & Loeb, Redshift Evolution of the Black Hole Merger Rate from Globular Clusters
  • (abs, pdf) Henriques et al., The origin of the mass scales for maximal star formation efficiency and quenching: the critical role of Supernovae
  • (abs, pdf) Choksi et al., The star clusters that make black hole binaries across cosmic time
  • (abs, pdf) Ricarte & Natarajan, The Observational Signatures of Supermassive Black Hole Seeds
  • (abs, pdf) Emerick et al., Metal Mixing and Ejection in Dwarf Galaxies is Dependent on Nucleosynthetic Source
  • (abs, pdf) Szécsi & Wünsch, Role of supergiants in the formation of globular clusters
  • (abs, pdf) Chen & Gnedin, Constraints On Duty Cycles Of Quasars At Z $\sim$ 6

05 Sept 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Bhattacharya et al., Mergers of black hole–neutron star binaries and rates of associated electromagnetic counterparts
  • (abs, pdf) Clark et al., Tracing the formation of molecular clouds via [CII], [CI] and CO emission
  • (abs, pdf) Shibuya et al., Morphologies of ~190,000 Galaxies at z=0-10 Revealed with HST Legacy Data. III. Continuum Profile and Size Evolution of Lya Emitters
  • (abs, pdf) Spitoni et al., Galactic Archaeology with asteroseismic ages: evidence for delayed gas infall in the formation of the Milky Way disc

08 Jun 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Diemer et al., Modeling the atomic-to-molecular transition in cosmological simulations of galaxy formation
  • (abs, pdf) Fragione & Kocsis, Black hole mergers from an evolving population of globular clusters
  • (abs, pdf) Goldbaum et al., unyt: Handle, manipulate, and convert data with units in Python
  • (abs, pdf) Gronke & Oh, The growth and entrainment of cold gas in a hot wind
  • (abs, pdf) Guillet et al., High-order Magnetohydrodynamics for Astrophysics with an Adaptive Mesh Refinement Discontinuous Galerkin Scheme

05 Feb 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Tagawa et al., Compact object mergers driven by gas fallback
  • (abs, pdf) Nickerson et al., A simple model for molecular hydrogen chemistry coupled to radiation hydrodynamics
  • (abs, pdf) Fragkoudi et al., The disc origin of the Milky Way bulge: II. Dissecting the chemo-morphological relations using N-body simulations and APOGEE
  • (abs, pdf) Shamir et al., Best Practices for a Future Open Code Policy: Experiences and Vision of the Astrophysics Source Code Library
  • (abs, pdf) Kobayashi et al., Three-dimensional structure of clumpy outflow from supercritical accretion flow onto black holes
  • (abs, pdf) Heinrich & Hu, Does Planck 2015 polarization favor high redshift reionization?

22 Jan 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Maureira-Fredes et al., Accretion of clumpy cold gas onto massive black holes binaries: the challenging formation of extended circumbinary structures
  • (abs, pdf) Fitts et al., No Assembly Required: Mergers are Mostly Irrelevant for the Growth of Low-mass Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Doughty et al., Aligned metal absorbers and the ultraviolet background at the end of reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Gennaro et al., Evidence of a non universal stellar Initial Mass Function. Insights from HST optical imaging of 6 Ultra Faint Dwarf Milky Way Satellites
  • (abs, pdf) Revaz & Jablonka, Pushing back the limits: detailed properties of dwarf galaxies in a LCDM universe
  • (abs, pdf) Hassan et al., Reionization Models Classifier using 21cm Map Deep Learning