# Tag Archives: LIGO

# 18 Oct 2017

- (abs, pdf) Kocevski et al.,
*CANDELS: Elevated Black Hole Growth in the Progenitors of Compact Quiescent Galaxies at z~2* - (abs, pdf) Metzger,
*Welcome to the Multi-Messenger Era! Lessons from a Neutron Star Merger and the Landscape Ahead* - (abs, pdf) Su et al.,
*Stellar feedback strongly alters the amplification and morphology of galactic magnetic fields* - (abs, pdf) Hogg & Foreman-Mackey,
*Data analysis recipes: Using Markov Chain Monte Carlo* - (abs, pdf) Behrens et al.,
*The impact of Lyman-$\alpha$ radiative transfer on large-scale clustering in the Illustris simulation*

# 09 Mar 2017

- (abs, pdf) Eilers et al.,
*Implications of $z \sim 6$ Quasar Proximity Zones for the Epoch of Reionization and Quasar Lifetimes* - (abs, pdf) Elbert et al.,
*Counting Black Holes: The Cosmic Stellar Remnant Population and Implications for LIGO* - (abs, pdf) Mas-Ribas et al.,
*Small-scale Intensity Mapping: Extended Ly$\alpha$, H$\alpha$ and Continuum emission as a Probe of Halo Star Formation in High-redshift Galaxies* - (abs, pdf) Dopita & Sutherland,
*Effects of Pre-ionisation in Radiative Shocks II: Application to the Herbig-Haro Objects* - (abs, pdf) Ceverino et al.,
*Introducing the FirstLight project: UV luminosity function and scaling relations of primeval galaxies*

# 16 Jun 2016

- (abs, pdf) Meneghetti et al.,
*The Frontier Fields Lens Modeling Comparison Project* - (abs, pdf) Maio,
*The First Stars in the Universe* - (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration & the Virgo Collaboration,
*Binary Black Hole Mergers in the first Advanced LIGO Observing Run* - (abs, pdf) Clarkson et al.,
*Sustaining educational and public outreach programs in astronomy*

# 03 Mar 2016

- (abs, pdf) Woosley,
*The Progenitor of GW 150914* - (abs, pdf) Spitler et al.,
*A Repeating Fast Radio Burst* - (abs, pdf) Monelli et al.,
*The ISLANDS project I: Andromeda XVI, An Extremely Low Mass Galaxy not Quenched by Reionization* - (abs, pdf) Tucci & Volonteri,
*Constraining the supermassive black holes evolution through continuity equation* - (abs, pdf) Amorisco & Loeb,
*Ultra-diffuse galaxies: the high-spin tail of the abundant dwarf galaxy population* - (abs, pdf) Pezzulli et al.,
*Super-Eddington growth of the first black holes* - (abs, pdf) Feng et al.,
*FastPM: a new scheme for fast simulations of dark matter and halos* - (abs, pdf) Oesch et al.,
*A Remarkably Luminous Galaxy at z=11.1 Measured with Hubble Space Telescope Grism Spectroscopy*

# 01 Mar 2016

# 16 Feb 2016

- (abs, pdf) Kashiyama & Inayoshi,
*The First Feedback and Stellar Tidal Disruptions by Direct Collapse Black Holes* - (abs, pdf) Yoshiura et al.,
*Constraining the Contribution of Galaxies and Active Galactic Nuclei to Cosmic Reionization* - (abs, pdf) Loeb,
*Electromagnetic Counterparts to Black Hole Mergers Detected by LIGO* - (abs, pdf) Filho et al.,
*The Kennicutt-Schmidt Relation in Extremely Metal-Poor Dwarf Galaxies*

# 12 Feb 2016

- (abs, pdf) Williamson et al.,
*Metal diffusion in smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulations of dwarf galaxies* - (abs, pdf) Vandenbroucke et al.,
*Constraining the subgrid physics in simulations of isolated dwarf galaxies* - (abs, pdf) Abbott et al.,
*The Rate of Binary Black Hole Mergers Inferred from Advanced LIGO Observations Surrounding GW150914* - (abs, pdf) Evans et al.,
*Swift follow-up of the Gravitational Wave source GW150914* - (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration & the Virgo Collaboration,
*Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger* - (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration & The Virgo Collaboration,
*GW150914: The Advanced LIGO Detectors in the Era of First Discoveries* - (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration & the Virgo Collaboration,
*Properties of the binary black hole merger GW150914* - (abs, pdf) The LIGO Scientific Collaboration & the Virgo Collaboration,
*GW150914: Implications for the stochastic gravitational wave background from binary black holes*