Tag Archives: XRB

29 Jul 2022

  • (abs, pdf) Gurvich & Geller, Firefly: a browser-based interactive 3D data visualization tool for millions of data points
  • (abs, pdf) Valentini et al., Impact of H$_{\rm 2}$-driven star formation and stellar feedback from low-enrichment environments on the formation of spiral galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Chandra et al., A Ghost in Bo\"otes: The Least Luminous Disrupted Dwarf Galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Nanayakkara et al., Early results from GLASS-JWST XVI: Discovering a bluer z~4-7 Universe through UV slopes
  • (abs, pdf) García-Argumánez et al., Probing the earliest phases in the formation of massive galaxies with simulated HST+JWST imaging data from Illustris
  • (abs, pdf) Li et al., Massive Black Hole Binaries from the TNG50-3 Simulation: II. Using Dual AGNs to Predict the Rate of Black Hole Mergers
  • (abs, pdf) Trussler et al., Seeing sharper and deeper: JWST's first glimpse of the photometric and spectroscopic properties of galaxies in the epoch of reionisation
  • (abs, pdf) Gallegos-Garcia et al., Do high-spin high mass X-ray binaries contribute to the population of merging binary black holes?

15 May 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Jeon et al., Probing the assembly of dwarf galaxies through cosmic time with damped Lyman-$\alpha$ absorption spectroscopy
  • (abs, pdf) Rigby et al., The production and escape of ionizing photons from galaxies over cosmic time (Astro2020 Science White Paper)
  • (abs, pdf) Hirashita & Inoue, Radiation-pressure-driven dust transport to galaxy halos at $z\sim 10$
  • (abs, pdf) Lehmer et al., X-ray Binary Luminosity Function Scaling Relations for Local Galaxies Based on Subgalactic Modeling
  • (abs, pdf) Choksi & Gnedin, Origins of scaling relations of globular cluster systems
  • (abs, pdf) Bouwens et al., Newly Discovered Bright z~9-10 Galaxies and Improved Constraints on Their Prevalence Using the Full CANDELS Area

05 Feb 2019

  • (abs, pdf) Mirabel, Black Hole High Mass X-ray Binary Microquasars at Cosmic Dawn
  • (abs, pdf) Allen et al., Deep Learning for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics: A Gateway for Discovery in the Big Data Era
  • (abs, pdf) Khullar et al., Star formation thresholds: real and illusory
  • (abs, pdf) Elahi et al., Hunting for Galaxies and Halos in simulations with VELOCIraptor
  • (abs, pdf) Pfister et al., The erratic dynamical life of black hole seeds in high-redshift galaxies

01 Nov 2018

  • (abs, pdf) Brainerd, Satellite Galaxies in the Illustris-1 Simulation: Poor Tracers of the Mass Distribution
  • (abs, pdf) Forbes et al., Towards a radially-resolved semi-analytic model for the evolution of disc galaxies tuned with machine learning
  • (abs, pdf) Forbes & Lin, Hydrodynamic Shielding and the Survival of Cold Streams
  • (abs, pdf) Elmegreen, Two Thresholds for Globular Cluster Formation and their Dominance of Star Formation in the Early-Universe
  • (abs, pdf) Huang et al., The Robustness of Cosmological Hydrodynamic Simulation Predictions to Changes in Numerics and Cooling Physics
  • (abs, pdf) Sadoun et al., Lyman $\alpha$ Properties of Simulated Galaxies in Overdense Regions: Effects of Galactics Winds at z > 6
  • (abs, pdf) Lagos, Angular momentum evolution of galaxies: the perspective of hydrodynamical simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Kinch et al., Predicting Stellar-Mass Black Hole X-ray Spectra from Simulations

25 Oct 2017

  • (abs, pdf) Barnes et al., A census of cool core galaxy clusters in IllustrisTNG
  • (abs, pdf) Sobral et al., On the nature of the luminous Lya emitter CR7 and its UV components: physical conditions and JWST predictions
  • (abs, pdf) Paxton et al., Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA): Convective Boundaries, Element Diffusion, and Massive Star Explosions
  • (abs, pdf) Ryu et al., Population III X-Ray Binaries

06 Dec 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Ding et al., Constraining CIII] Emission in a statistical sample of five z = 5.7 galaxies
  • (abs, pdf) Desmond et al., On the galaxy-halo connection in the EAGLE simulation
  • (abs, pdf) Sazonov & Khabibullin, Preheating of the early Universe by radiation from high-mass X-ray binaries
  • (abs, pdf) Lapi et al., Galaxy Evolution at High Redshift: Obscured Star Formation, GRB Rates, Cosmic Reionization, and Missing Satellites

12 Jul 2016

  • (abs, pdf) Pontzen et al., How to quench a galaxy
  • (abs, pdf) Pavesi et al., ALMA Reveals Weak [NII] Emission in "Typical" Galaxies and Intense Starbursts at z=5-6
  • (abs, pdf) Xu et al., X-ray Background at High Redshifts from Pop III Remnants: Results from Pop III star formation rates in the Renaissance Simulations
  • (abs, pdf) Ghara et al., Imaging the redshifted 21-cm pattern around the first sources during the cosmic dawn using the SKA
  • (abs, pdf) Ferrero et al., Size matters: abundance matching, galaxy sizes, and the Tully-Fisher relation in EAGLE