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.

23-27 Aug 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Lim et al., Chemodynamics of metal-poor wide binaries in the Galactic halo: Association with the Sequoia event
  • (abs, pdf) Emami et al., Testing the Relationship Between Bursty Star Formation and Size Fluctuations of Local Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Mutlu-Pakdil et al., Hubble Space Telescope Observations of NGC 253 Dwarf Satellites: Discovery of Three Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Armillotta et al., Cosmic-Ray Transport in Simulations of Star-forming Galactic Disks
  • (abs, pdf) Heesters et al., Flattened structures of dwarf satellites around massive host galaxies in the MATLAS low-to-moderate density fields
  • (abs, pdf) Reggiani et al., The Most Metal-poor Stars in the Magellanic Clouds are $r$-process Enhanced
  • (abs, pdf) Morey et al., Estimating the effective lifetime of the $z\sim6$ quasar population from the composite proximity zone profile
  • (abs, pdf) Curyło & Bulik, Predictions for LISA and PTA based on SHARK galaxy simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Jarugula et al., Molecular Line Observations in Two Dusty Star-Forming Galaxies at z = 6.9
  • (abs, pdf) Shirasaki et al., Virial halo mass function in the ${\it Planck}$ cosmology

20 Aug 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Acquaviva, Teaching Machine Learning for the Physical Sciences: A summary of lessons learned and challenges
  • (abs, pdf) Dosopoulou et al., Galaxy Core Formation by Supermassive Black Hole Binaries: the Importance of Realistic Initial Conditions and Galaxy Morphology
  • (abs, pdf) Schauer et al., Globular Clusters and Streaming Velocities: Testing the new formation channel in high-resolution cosmological simulations