Tag Archives: Reion

13 Aug 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Ross et al., Evaluating the QSO contribution to the 21-cm signal from the Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Ojima et al., Stochastic Chemical Evolution of Galactic Sub-halos and the Origin of r-Process Elements
  • (abs, pdf) Tanaka et al., The Missing Satellite Problem Outside of the Local Group: I — Pilot Observation
  • (abs, pdf) Qin et al., Dark-ages Reionization and Galaxy Formation Simulation – XV. Stellar evolution and feedback in dwarf galaxies at high redshift

07 Aug 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Heigl et al., Morphology of prestellar cores in pressure confined filaments
  • (abs, pdf) Bentz & Manne-Nicholas, Black Hole – Galaxy Scaling Relationships for Active Galactic Nuclei with Reverberation Masses
  • (abs, pdf) Crocker et al., Radiation Pressure Limits on the Star Formation Efficiency and Surface Density of Compact Stellar Systems
  • (abs, pdf) Pentericci et al., CANDELSz7: a large spectroscopic survey of CANDELS galaxies in the reionization epoch

03 Aug 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Fernández et al., Long-term GRMHD Simulations of Neutron Star Merger Accretion Disks: Implications for Electromagnetic Counterparts
  • (abs, pdf) Amorisco & Loeb, First constraints on Fuzzy Dark Matter from the dynamics of stellar streams in the Milky Way
  • (abs, pdf) Emerick et al., Stellar Radiation is Critical for Regulating Star Formation and Driving Outflows in Low Mass Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Tremblay et al., A Galaxy-Scale Fountain of Cold Molecular Gas Pumped by a Black Hole
  • (abs, pdf) Glazer et al., The Reionization Parameter Space Consistent with the Thomson Optical Depth from Planck

26 Jul 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Castellano et al., Spectroscopic investigation of a reionized galaxy overdensity at z=7
  • (abs, pdf) D'Aloisio et al., Heating of the Intergalactic Medium by Hydrogen Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Garratt-Smithson et al., Does slow and steady win the race? Investigating feedback processes in giant molecular clouds
  • (abs, pdf) Childs & Stanway, The Utility of Lyman-alpha Emission Lines as a Probe of Interactions between High Redshift Galaxies and their Environments