Tag Archives: Dust

08 Mar 2017

  • (abs, pdf) Laporte et al., Dust in the reionization era: ALMA observations of a $z$=8.38 Galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Ding et al., H0LiCOW VII. Cosmic evolution of the correlation between black hole mass and host galaxy luminosity
  • (abs, pdf) Kadowaki et al., Spectroscopy of Ultra-diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Cluster
  • (abs, pdf) Vanzella et al., Magnifying the early episodes of star formation: super-star clusters at cosmological distances
  • (abs, pdf) Ota et al., A New Constraint on Reionization by a Census of $z=7.0$ Ly$\alpha$ Emitters with a Deep and Large Sample to 0.3 $L^*$: Evolution of Ly$\alpha$ Luminosity Function and Equivalent Width at $z\sim6-7$
  • (abs, pdf) Merritt, Cosmology and Convention

30 Jan 2017

  • (abs, pdf) Brooks et al., How to Reconcile the Observed Velocity Function of Galaxies with Theory
  • (abs, pdf) Beckmann et al., Cosmic evolution of stellar quenching by AGN feedback: clues from the Horizon-AGN simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Cullen et al., The First Billion Years project: constraining the dust attenuation law of star-forming galaxies at z $\simeq$ 5
  • (abs, pdf) Gavagnin et al., Star Cluster Formation in a Turbulent Molecular Cloud Self-Regulated by Photo-Ionisation Feedback

24 Oct 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Kelson et al., On the Origin and Evolution of the Galaxy Stellar Mass Function
  • (abs, pdf) Peters et al., The SILCC project — IV. Impact of dissociating and ionising radiation on the interstellar medium and Halpha emission as a tracer of the star formation rate
  • (abs, pdf) Rydberg et al., A Multiply-Imaged z $\sim$ 6.3 Lyman Alpha Emitter candidate behind Abell 2261
  • (abs, pdf) Okamoto et al., The metal enrichment of passive galaxies in cosmological simulations of galaxy formation
  • (abs, pdf) Peters et al., The turbulent life of dust grains in the supernova-driven, multi-phase interstellar medium

18 Jul 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Suarez et al., Bursty star formation feedback and cooling outflows
  • (abs, pdf) Mancini et al., The evolution of high-z galaxy colours: Interpreting the evolution of galaxy colours from $z = 8$ to $z = 5$
  • (abs, pdf) Ricotti, X-ray Twinkles and Pop III Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Ricotti et al., A Common Origin for Globular Clusters and Ultra-faint Dwarfs in Simulations of the First Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Camps et al., Far-infrared and dust properties of present-day galaxies in the EAGLE simulations