Tag Archives: Reion

16 May 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Inayoshi et al., Gravitational waves from supermassive black hole binaries in ultra-luminous infrared galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Kulier et al., The evolution of the baryon fraction in halos as a cause of scatter in the galaxy stellar mass in the EAGLE simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Dawoodbhoy et al., Suppression of Star Formation in Low-Mass Galaxies Caused by the Reionization of their Local Neighborhood

04 May 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Brennan et al., Momentum-driven Winds from Radiatively Efficient Black Hole Accretion and Their Impact on Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Goodman & Bekki, Formation of ultra-compact dwarf galaxies from supergiant molecular clouds
  • (abs, pdf) Lidz & Hui, The Implications of a Pre-reionization 21 cm Absorption Signal for Fuzzy Dark Matter
  • (abs, pdf) Posti & Helmi, Mass and shape of the Milky Way's dark matter halo with globular clusters from Gaia and Hubble
  • (abs, pdf) Kallivayalil et al., The Missing Satellites of the Magellanic Clouds? Gaia Proper Motions of the Recently Discovered Ultra-Faint Galaxies

02 May 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Kruijssen et al., An uncertainty principle for star formation – II. A new method for characterising the cloud-scale physics of star formation and feedback across cosmic history
  • (abs, pdf) Faucher-Giguere, Recent progress in simulating galaxy formation from the largest to the smallest scales
  • (abs, pdf) Abraham et al., The Maybe Stream: A Possible Cold Stellar Stream in the Ultra-Diffuse Galaxy NGC1052-DF2
  • (abs, pdf) Finlator et al., Reionization in Technicolor
  • (abs, pdf) Krumholz, Resolution Requirements and Resolution Problems in Simulations of Radiative Feedback in Dusty Gas
  • (abs, pdf) Myeong et al., The Sausage Globular Clusters

25 Apr 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Fu et al., The Origin of the 300 km s$^{-1}$ Stream Near Segue 1
  • (abs, pdf) Mutlu-Pakdil et al., A Deeper Look at the New Milky Way Satellites: Sagittarius II, Reticulum II, Phoenix II, and Tucana III
  • (abs, pdf) Binggeli et al., Lyman continuum leakage versus quenching with the James Webb Space Telescope: The spectral signatures of quenched star formation activity in reionization-epoch galaxies

28 Mar 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Sobral & Matthee, Predicting Lyman-alpha escape fractions with a simple observable: Lyman-alpha in emission as an empirically calibrated star formation rate indicator
  • (abs, pdf) Becker et al., Evidence for Large-Scale Fluctuations in the Metagalactic Ionizing Background Near Redshift Six
  • (abs, pdf) Fukushima et al., Condition for dust evacuation from the first galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Ledinauskas & Zubovas, Reignited star formation in dwarf galaxies quenched during reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Mucciarelli et al., The chemical composition of NGC5824, a globular cluster without iron spread but with an extreme Mg-Al anticorrelation
  • (abs, pdf) Atek et al., The Extreme Faint End of the UV Luminosity Function at $z\sim6$ Through Gravitational Telescopes: a comprehensive assessment of strong lensing uncertainties
  • (abs, pdf) Yung et al., Semi-analytic forecasts for JWST – I. UV luminosity functions at z = 4 – 10
  • (abs, pdf) Toloba et al., Dark Matter in Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster from their Globular Cluster Populations