Tag Archives: GW

07 Nov 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Kovetz et al., The Black Hole Mass Function from Gravitational Wave Measurements
  • (abs, pdf) Gronke et al., From Mirrors to Windows: Lyman-Alpha Radiative Transfer in a Very Clumpy Medium
  • (abs, pdf) Furlanetto et al., A Minimalist Feedback-Regulated Model for Galaxy Formation During the Epoch of Reionization
  • (abs, pdf) Fialkov & Loeb, Jetted Tidal Disruptions of Stars as a Flag of Intermediate Mass Black Holes at High Redshifts

19 Oct 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Simon et al., Nearest Neighbor: The Low-Mass Milky Way Satellite Tucana III
  • (abs, pdf) Colpi & Sesana, Gravitational wave sources in the era of multi-frequency gravitational wave astronomy
  • (abs, pdf) Natarajan et al., Unveiling the first black holes with JWST: multi-wavelength spectral predictions
  • (abs, pdf) Papovich et al., Large Molecular Gas Reservoirs in Ancestors of Milky Way-Mass Galaxies 9 Billion Years Ago
  • (abs, pdf) Fernando et al., On the Stability of Satellite Planes I: Effects of Mass, Velocity, Halo Shape and Alignment
  • (abs, pdf) Glover, Simulating the formation of massive seed black holes in the early Universe. III: The influence of X-rays
  • (abs, pdf) De Rossi & Bromm, Contribution of the first galaxies to the cosmic far-infrared/sub-millimeter background – I. Mean background level

21-24 Mar 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Hartwig et al., Gravitational Waves from the Remnants of the First Stars
  • (abs, pdf) Oppenheimer et al., Non-equilibrium EAGLE zoom simulations of oxygen in the low-redshift circumgalactic medium
  • (abs, pdf) Komiya et al., Population III stars around the Milky Way
  • (abs, pdf) Balbus & Potter, Surprises in astrophysical gasdynamics
  • (abs, pdf) Regan et al., Positive or Negative? The Impact of X-ray Feedback on the Formation of Direct Collapse Black Hole Seeds
  • (abs, pdf) Finlator et al., The Soft, Fluctuating UVB at $z\sim6$ as Traced by C IV, SiIV, and CII
  • (abs, pdf) Steinberg et al., Grid Noise in Moving Mesh Codes: Fixing The Volume Inconsistency Problem
  • (abs, pdf) Inayoshi et al., Strong gravitational wave background from Population III binary black holes consistent with cosmic reionization