Tag Archives: GalObs

23 May 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Bose et al., Revealing the galaxy-halo connection in IllustrisTNG
  • (abs, pdf) Kruijssen et al., Fast and inefficient star formation due to short-lived molecular clouds and rapid feedback
  • (abs, pdf) Marinacci et al., Simulating the interstellar medium and stellar feedback on a moving mesh: Implementation and isolated galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Hutchison et al., Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of Galaxies During Reionization: Measuring C$\,$III] in a Galaxy at $\mathbf{z=7.5}$
  • (abs, pdf) Madau et al., Globular Cluster Formation from Colliding Substructure
  • (abs, pdf) Simet et al., Comparison of Observed Galaxy Properties with Semianalytic Model Predictions using Machine Learning

14 May 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Safarzadeh et al., Measuring the delay time distribution of binary neutron stars. III. Using the individual star formation histories of gravitational wave event host galaxies in the local universe
  • (abs, pdf) Hopkins et al., But What About… Cosmic Rays, Magnetic Fields, Conduction, & Viscosity in Galaxy Formation
  • (abs, pdf) Chisholm et al., Constraining the metallicities, ages, star formation histories, and ionizing continua of extragalactic massive star populations
  • (abs, pdf) Grete et al., K-Athena: a performance portable structured grid finite volume magnetohydrodynamics code
  • (abs, pdf) Ren et al., The Brightest Galaxies at Cosmic Dawn from Scatter in the Galaxy Luminosity versus Halo Mass Relation
  • (abs, pdf) Bauer et al., Petabytes to Science

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

17 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Baron, Machine Learning in Astronomy: a practical overview
  • (abs, pdf) Sorce et al., Virgo: an unlikely cluster of galaxies because of its environment
  • (abs, pdf) Wurster & Bate, Disc formation and fragmentation using radiative non-ideal magnetohydrodynamics
  • (abs, pdf) Mackenzie et al., Linking gas and galaxies at high redshift: MUSE surveys the environments of six damped Lyman alpha galaxies at z~3
  • (abs, pdf) Onoue et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). VI. Black Hole Mass Measurements of Six Quasars at 6.1<z<6.7
  • (abs, pdf) Izumi et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs) VIII. A less biased view of the early co-evolution of black holes and host galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Wilkins et al., Nebular Line Emission During the Epoch of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Vogelsberger et al., High redshift JWST predictions from IllustrisTNG: Dust modelling and galaxy luminosity functions

15 Apr 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Garcia-Vergara et al., Clustering of Lyman-alpha Emitters Around Quasars at $z\sim4$
  • (abs, pdf) Thöne et al., Outflows from dwarf starbursts are ubiquitous: kinematics of z<0.3 GRB-SN hosts resolved with FLAMES
  • (abs, pdf) Higuchi et al., Driving Conditions of Protostellar Outflows in Different Star-Forming Environments
  • (abs, pdf) Davies et al., Dark-Ages Reionisation & Galaxy Formation Simulation XVI: The Thermal Memory of Reionisation