Tag Archives: QSO

03 Dec 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Hummels et al., The Impact of Enhanced Halo Resolution on the Simulated Circumgalactic Medium
  • (abs, pdf) Kelley et al., Phat ELVIS: The inevitable effect of the Milky Way's disk on its dark matter subhaloes
  • (abs, pdf) Richings et al., Subhalo destruction in the Apostle and Auriga simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Hopkins et al., Radiative Stellar Feedback in Galaxy Formation: Methods and Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Walter et al., No evidence for enhanced [OIII] 88um emission in a z~6 quasar compared to its companion starbursting galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Schauer et al., The Influence of Streaming Velocities on the Formation of the First Stars

26 Nov 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Javanmardi et al., The number of dwarf satellites of disk galaxies versus their bulge mass in the standard model of cosmology
  • (abs, pdf) Surace et al., On the Detection of Supermassive Primordial Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Bhowmick et al., On the small scale clustering of quasars: constraints from the MassiveBlack II simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Jing et al., The dark matter deficit galaxies in hydrodynamical simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Langer & Durrive, Magnetising the Cosmic Web during Reionisation
  • (abs, pdf) Jennings et al., Evaluating machine learning techniques for predicting power spectra from reionization simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Fibla et al., Star formation at high redshift

07 Nov 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Suresh et al., Zooming in on accretion – II. Cold Circumgalactic Gas Simulated with a super-Lagrangian Refinement Scheme
  • (abs, pdf) Thob et al., The relationship between the morphology and kinematics of galaxies and its dependence on dark matter halo structure in EAGLE
  • (abs, pdf) Danieli & van Dokkum, Revisiting the Size-Luminosity Relation in the Era of Ultra Diffuse Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Matsuoka et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). V. Quasar Luminosity Function and Contribution to Cosmic Reionization at z = 6
  • (abs, pdf) Maio et al., The seeds of supermassive black holes and the role of local radiation and metal spreading
  • (abs, pdf) Padmanabhan, Constraining the evolution of CII intensity through the end stages of reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Arentsen et al., Binarity among CEMP-no stars: an indication of multiple formation pathways?
  • (abs, pdf) Abbott et al., First Cosmology Results using Type Ia Supernovae from the Dark Energy Survey: Constraints on Cosmological Parameters

02 Nov 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Applebaum et al., Roll of the Dice: A Stochastically Sampled IMF Alters the StellarContent of Simulated Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Cohn et al., ZFOURGE: Extreme 5007$\AA$ emission may be a common early-lifetime phase for star-forming galaxies at $z > 2.5$
  • (abs, pdf) Hashimoto et al., Detections of [OIII] 88 $\mu$m in Two Quasars in the Reionization Epoch
  • (abs, pdf) Nakatani & Yoshida, Photoevaporation of Molecular Gas Clumps Illuminated by External Massive Stars: Clump Lifetimes and Metallicity Dependence

31 Oct 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Pacucci & Loeb, Most Lensed Quasars at $z>6$ are Missed by Current Surveys
  • (abs, pdf) Woods et al., Titans of the Early Universe: The Prato Statement on the Origin of the First Supermassive Black Holes
  • (abs, pdf) Sanchez et al., Not So Heavy Metals: Black Hole Feedback Enriches The Circumgalactic Medium
  • (abs, pdf) Munshi et al., Dancing in the Dark: Satellites of dwarf galaxies as probes of the first star formation
  • (abs, pdf) Cristofari & Ostriker, Abundance matching for low mass galaxies in the CDM and FDM models

30 Oct 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Habouzit et al., The diverse galaxy counts in the environment of high-redshift massive black holes in Horizon-AGN
  • (abs, pdf) Oñorbe et al., Inhomogeneous Reionization Models in Cosmological Hydrodynamical Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Kahniashvili et al., Magnetism in the Early Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Fan et al., The Discovery of a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar at z = 6.51
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., The Discovery of A Luminous Broad Absorption Line Quasar at A Redshift of 7.02
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., Exploring Reionization-Era Quasars III: Discovery of 16 Quasars at $6.4\lesssim z \lesssim 6.9$ with DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys and UKIRT Hemisphere Survey and Quasar Luminosity Function at $z\sim6.7$
  • (abs, pdf) Yang et al., Filling in the Quasar Redshift Gap at $z \sim 5.5$ II: A Complete Survey of Luminous Quasars in the Post-Reionization Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Haiman, Machine learning uncovers new cosmological information
  • (abs, pdf) Clarkson et al., H-He Shell Interactions and Nucleosynthesis in Massive Population III Stars