Category Archives: astro-ph

Here are the papers from astro-ph that I find interesting. I tend to update daily, so if there is a day missing, I probably didn’t find any papers relevant to our group.

27 Jun – 01 Jul 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Baier-Soto et al., A tentative $\sim$1000 km s$^{-1}$ offset between the [CII] 158 $\mu$m and Ly$\alpha$ line emission in a star-forming galaxy at $z = 7.2$
  • (abs, pdf) Cadiou et al., Stellar angular momentum can be controlled from cosmological initial conditions
  • (abs, pdf) Gough & Uhlemann, Making (dark matter) waves: Untangling wave interference for multi-streaming dark matter
  • (abs, pdf) Yung et al., Semi-analytic forecasts for JWST — VI. Simulated lightcones and galaxy clustering predictions
  • (abs, pdf) Stefanon et al., Deep Spitzer/IRAC Data for z~10 galaxies Reveal Blue Balmer Break Colors: Young Stellar Populations at ~500 Myr of Cosmic Time
  • (abs, pdf) Calura et al., Sub-parsec resolution cosmological simulations of star-forming clumps at high redshift with feedback of individual stars
  • (abs, pdf) Lombardo et al., Chemical Evolution of R-process Elements in Stars (CERES). I. Stellar parameters and chemical abundances from Na to Zr
  • (abs, pdf) Briel et al., Understanding the high-mass binary black hole population from stable mass transfer and super-Eddington accretion in BPASS
  • (abs, pdf) Mas-Ribas et al., LIMFAST. I. A Semi-Numerical Tool for Line Intensity Mapping
  • (abs, pdf) Sun et al., LIMFAST. II. Line Intensity Mapping as a Probe of High-Redshift Galaxy Formation
  • (abs, pdf) Menon et al., Infrared Radiation Feedback Does Not Regulate Star Cluster Formation or Drive Winds
  • (abs, pdf) Toyouchi et al., Radiative feedback on supermassive star formation: the massive end of the Population III initial mass function
  • (abs, pdf) Bernal & Kovetz, Line-Intensity Mapping: Theory Review

20-24 Jun 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Otero et al., VINTERGATAN IV: Cosmic phases of star formation in Milky Way-like galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., ELUCID VII: Using Constrained Hydro Simulations to Explore the Gas Component of the Cosmic Web
  • (abs, pdf) Mardini et al., The Atari Disk, a Metal-Poor Stellar Population in the Disk System of the Milky Way
  • (abs, pdf) Marshall et al., The BlueTides Mock Image Catalogue: Simulated observations of high-redshift galaxies and predictions for JWST imaging surveys
  • (abs, pdf) Orkney et al., The impact of two massive early accretion events in a Milky Way-like galaxy: repercussions for the buildup of the stellar disc and halo
  • (abs, pdf) Lochhaas et al., Figuring Out Gas & Galaxies In Enzo (FOGGIE) VI: The Circumgalactic Medium of $L^*$ Galaxies is Supported in an Emergent, Non-Hydrostatic Equilibrium
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., Spin transfer from dark matter to gas during halo formation
  • (abs, pdf) Rivera-Thorsen et al., A bottom-up search for Lyman-continuum leakage in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field
  • (abs, pdf) Joyce et al., Gender Disparity in Publishing Six Months after the KITP Workshop "Probes of Transport in Stars"
  • (abs, pdf) Koudmani et al., Two can play at that game: constraining the role of supernova and AGN feedback in dwarf galaxies with cosmological zoom-in simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Sanati et al., How much metals did the first stars provide to the ultra-faint dwarfs?

13-17 Jun 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Khoperskov et al., The stellar halo in Local Group Hestia simulations II. The accreted component
  • (abs, pdf) Jamieson et al., Simple lessons from complex learning: what a neural network model learns about cosmic structure formation
  • (abs, pdf) Chiti et al., Magellan/IMACS spectroscopy of Grus I: a low metallicity ultra-faint dwarf galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Jamieson et al., Field Level Neural Network Emulator for Cosmological N-body Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Garg et al., The imprint of gas on gravitational waves from LISA intermediate-mass black hole binaries
  • (abs, pdf) Sales et al., Baryonic solutions and challenges for cosmological models of dwarf galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Whitler et al., Star formation histories of UV-luminous galaxies at $z \simeq 6.8$: implications for stellar mass assembly at early cosmic times
  • (abs, pdf) Shen et al., Dissipative Dark Matter on FIRE: II. Observational signatures and constraints from local dwarf galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Saxena et al., Strong C IV emission from star-forming galaxies: a case for high Lyman continuum photon escape
  • (abs, pdf) Davidzon et al., COSMOS2020: Manifold Learning to Estimate Physical Parameters in Large Galaxy Surveys
  • (abs, pdf) Keller et al., Empirically-motivated early feedback: momentum input by stellar feedback in galaxy simulations inferred through observations
  • (abs, pdf) Akins et al., ALMA reveals extended cool gas and hot ionized outflows in a typical star-forming galaxy at $z=7.13$
  • (abs, pdf) Brauer et al., Possibilities and Limitations of Kinematically Identifying Stars from Accreted Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., The Response of Dark Matter Haloes to Gas Ejection: CuspCore II
  • (abs, pdf) Sicilia et al., The Black Hole Mass Function Across Cosmic Times II. Heavy Seeds and (Super)Massive Black Holes
  • (abs, pdf) Jiang et al., Definitive upper bound on the negligible contribution of quasars to cosmic reionization

8-10 Jun 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Hayashi et al., Dark matter halo properties of the Galactic dwarf satellites: implication for chemo-dynamical evolution of the satellites and a challenge to $\Lambda$CDM
  • (abs, pdf) Nakajima et al., EMPRESS. V. Metallicity Diagnostics of Galaxies over 12+log(O/H)=~6.9-8.9 Established by a Local Galaxy Census: Preparing for JWST Spectroscopy
  • (abs, pdf) Leveque et al., A Monte Carlo study of early gas expulsion and evolution of star clusters: new simulations with the MOCCA code in the AMUSE framework
  • (abs, pdf) Markov et al., The interstellar medium of high-redshift galaxies: Gathering clues from C III] and [C II] lines
  • (abs, pdf) Gilli et al., Supermassive Black Holes at High Redshift are Expected to be Obscured by their Massive Host Galaxies' Inter Stellar Medium