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.

04 May 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Xin & Haiman, Ultra-Short-Period Massive Black Hole Binary Candidates in LSST as LISA "Verification Binaries"
  • (abs, pdf) Santos et al., The evolution of the UV luminosity and stellar mass functions of Lyman-alpha emitters from z~2 to z~6
  • (abs, pdf) Axen et al., Transport of Protostellar Cosmic Rays in Turbulent Dense Cores
  • (abs, pdf) Pace et al., Spectroscopic Confirmation of the Sixth Globular Cluster in the Fornax Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Ni et al., AI-assisted super-resolution cosmological simulations II: Halo substructures, velocities and higher order statistics

23 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Woody & Schlaufman, The Age-Metallicity-Specific Orbital Energy Relation for the Milky Way's Globular Cluster System Confirms the Importance of Accretion for Its Formation
  • (abs, pdf) Fukushima & Yajima, Radiation hydrodynamics simulations of massive star cluster formation in giant molecular clouds
  • (abs, pdf) Lake et al., The Supersonic Project: SIGOs, a Proposed Progenitor to Globular Clusters, and their Connections to Gravitational Wave Anisotropies

21 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Tagawa et al., Signatures of Hierarchical Mergers in Black Hole Spin and Mass distribution
  • (abs, pdf) Conroy et al., All-Sky Dynamical Response of the Galactic Halo to the Large Magellanic Cloud
  • (abs, pdf) Grassi et al., Reducing the complexity of chemical networks via interpretable autoencoders
  • (abs, pdf) Tanvir et al., Exploration of the high-redshift universe enabled by THESEUS
  • (abs, pdf) Panithanpaisal et al., The Galaxy Progenitors of Stellar Streams around Milky Way-mass Galaxies in the FIRE Cosmological Simulations