Tag Archives: GalObs

03 Mar 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Green et al., The tidal evolution of dark matter substructure — II. The impact of artificial disruption on subhalo mass functions and radial profiles
  • (abs, pdf) Moriya et al., Observational properties of a general relativistic instability supernova from a primordial supermassive star
  • (abs, pdf) Roshi et al., The Future Of The Arecibo Observatory: The Next Generation Arecibo Telescope
  • (abs, pdf) Izotov et al., Low-redshift compact star-forming galaxies as analogues of high-redshift star-forming galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Izotov et al., Lyman continuum leakage from low-mass galaxies with Mstar < 1.E8 Msun
  • (abs, pdf) Abe & Tashiro, Population III star explosions and Planck 2018 data

19 Feb 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Sommovigo et al., Dust temperature in ALMA $\hbox{[C $\scriptstyle\rm II $]}$-detected high-$z$ galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Di Mascia et al., Infrared emission of $z \sim 6$ galaxies: AGN imprints
  • (abs, pdf) Woods et al., On the Evolution of Supermassive Primordial Stars in Cosmological Flows
  • (abs, pdf) Miller-Jones et al., Cygnus X-1 contains a 21-solar mass black hole — implications for massive star winds
  • (abs, pdf) Attia et al., Cosmological Magnetogenesis: The Biermann Battery during the Epoch of Reionization

17 Feb 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Hardt & Recht, Patterns, predictions, and actions: A story about machine learning
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., New Determinations of the UV Luminosity Functions from z~9 to z~2 show a remarkable consistency with halo growth and a constant star formation efficiency
  • (abs, pdf) Matthee et al., The X-SHOOTER Lyman-$\alpha$ survey at z=2 (XLS-z2) I: the panchromatic spectrum of typical Lyman-$\alpha$ emitters

12 Feb 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Rizzo et al., Dynamical properties of z $\sim 4.5$ dusty star-forming galaxies and their connection with local early type galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Neeleman et al., The Kinematics of z ~ 6 Quasar Host Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Quataert et al., The Physics of Galactic Winds Driven by Cosmic Rays I: Diffusion
  • (abs, pdf) Lelli et al., A massive stellar bulge in a regularly rotating galaxy 1.2 billion years after the Big Bang