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References

1 - Books

[1-1]
Handbook of Space Astronomy and Astrophysics, Martin V. Zobeck, Cambridge University Press, 1990. 2nd Edition.
[Zobeck:1990]
[1-2]
An Introduction to the Study of Stellar Structure, S. Chandrasekhar, University of Chicago Press, 1938.
[Chandrasekhar-1938]

2 - Reviews

[2-1]
The Interstellar dust properties of nearby galaxies, F. Galliano, M. Galametz, A.P. Jones, arXiv:1711.07434, 2017.
[1711.07434]
[2-2]
Reaction rates and transport in neutron stars, Andreas Schmitt, Peter Shternin, arXiv:1711.06520, 2017.
[Schmitt:2017efp]
[2-3]
Accretion disks and coronae in the X-ray flashlight, N. Degenaar et al., arXiv:1711.06272, 2017.
[Degenaar:2017lot]
[2-4]
Microlensing and its Degeneracy Breakers: Parallax, Finite Source, High-resolution Imaging, and Astrometry, Chien-Hsiu Lee, arXiv:1711.05298, 2017.
[1711.05298]
[2-5]
Synthetic observations of star formation and the interstellar medium, Thomas J. Haworth, Simon C. O. Glover, Christine M. Koepferl, Thomas G. Bisbas, James E. Dale, arXiv:1711.05275, 2017.
[1711.05275]
[2-6]
Bayesian Methods for Exoplanet Science, Hannu Parviainen, arXiv:1711.03329, 2017.
[1711.03329]
[2-7]
Radiation as a Constraint for Life in the Universe, Ximena C. Abrevaya, Brian C. Thomas, arXiv:1711.02748, 2017.
[1711.02748]
[2-8]
Infrared Emission from Supernova Remnants: Formation and Destruction of Dust, Brian J. Williams, Tea Temim, arXiv:1711.01002, 2017.
[Williams:2017fdd]
[2-9]
Atmospheric Evolution, Colin Goldblatt, arXiv:1710.10557, 2017.
[1710.10557]
[2-10]
A Review of Exoplanetary Biosignatures, John Lee Grenfell, arXiv:1710.03976, 2017.
[1710.03976]
[2-11]
Interstellar filaments and star formation, Philippe Andre, arXiv:1710.01030, 2017.
[1710.01030]
[2-12]
Hard X-ray/Soft gamma-ray experiments and missions: overview and prospects, Erica Cavallari, Filippo Frontera, arXiv:1709.10414, 2017.
[1709.10414]
[2-13]
Superfluidity and Superconductivity in Neutron Stars, Brynmor Haskell, Armen Sedrakian, arXiv:1709.10340, 2017.
[1709.10340]
[2-14]
The Circumgalactic Medium, Jason Tumlinson, Molly S. Peeples, Jessica K. Werk, arXiv:1709.09180, 2017.
[1709.09180]
[2-15]
Stellar Coronal and Wind Models: Impact on Exoplanets, A. A. Vidotto, arXiv:1709.07800, 2017.
[1709.07800]
[2-16]
The Rossiter-McLaughlin effect in Exoplanet Research, Amaury H.M.J. Triaud, arXiv:1709.06376, 2017.
[1709.06376]
[2-17]
Exoplanet Atmosphere Measurements from Transmission Spectroscopy and other Planet-Star Combined Light Observations, Laura Kreidberg, arXiv:1709.05941, 2017.
[1709.05941]
[2-18]
The Main Belt Comets and Ice in the Solar System, Colin Snodgrass et al., arXiv:1709.05549, 2017.
[1709.05549]
[2-19]
Extragalactic Radio Continuum Surveys and the Transformation of Radio Astronomy, Ray P Norris, arXiv:1709.05064, 2017.
[Norris:2017bbl]
[2-20]
The Chandra Deep Fields: Lifting the Veil on Distant Active Galactic Nuclei and X-Ray Emitting Galaxies, Y. Q. Xue, arXiv:1709.04601, 2017.
[Xue:2017rpk]
[2-21]
Paving the way to simultaneous multi-wavelength astronomy, M. J. Middleton et al., arXiv:1709.03520, 2017.
[1709.03520]
[2-22]
Radio pulsars: testing gravity and detecting gravitational waves, Delphine Perrodin, Alberto Sesana, arXiv:1709.02816, 2017.
[Perrodin:2017bxr]
[2-23]
Review: Far-Infrared Instrumentation and Technology Development for the Next Decade, Duncan Farrah et al., arXiv:1709.02389, 2017.
[Farrah:2017moj]
[2-24]
Cosmic Magnetism in Centimeter and Meter Wavelength Radio Astronomy, Takuya Akahori et al., arXiv:1709.02072, 2017.
[Akahori:2017lhe]
[2-25]
Archaeology of active galaxies across the electromagnetic spectrum, Raffaella Morganti, arXiv:1709.01667, 2017.
[1709.01667]
[2-26]
Disk Heating, Galactoseismology, and the Formation of Stellar Halos, Kathryn V. Johnston et al., arXiv:1709.00491, 2017.
[1709.00491]
[2-27]
Origins of the Ambient Solar Wind: Implications for Space Weather, Steven R. Cranmer, Sarah E. Gibson, Pete Riley, arXiv:1708.07169, 2017.
[1708.07169]
[2-28]
Future Astrometric Space Missions for Exoplanet Science, Markus Janson, Alexis Brandeker, Celine Boehm, Alberto Krone Martins, arXiv:1708.05560, 2017.
[1708.05560]
[2-29]
Dynamical Evolution and Radiative Processes of Supernova Remnants, Stephen P. Reynolds, arXiv:1708.05386, 2017.
[Reynolds:2017xad]
[2-30]
WASP-12b: A Mass-Losing Extremely Hot Jupiter, Carole A. Haswell, arXiv:1708.00693, 2017.
[1708.00693]
[2-31]
Disintegrating Rocky Exoplanets, Rik van Lieshout, Saul Rappaport, arXiv:1708.00633, 2017.
[1708.00633]
[2-32]
Chemical element transport in stellar evolution models, Maurizio Salaris, Santi Cassisi, arXiv:1707.07454, 2017.
[1707.07454]
[2-33]
Statistical methods in astronomy, James P. Long, Rafael S. de Souza, arXiv:1707.05834, 2017.
[1707.05834]
[2-34]
Characterizing the Chemistry of Planetary Materials Around White Dwarf Stars, B. Zuckerman, E.D. Young, arXiv:1707.03064, 2017.
[1707.03064]
[2-35]
Direct Exoplanet Investigation using Interstellar Space Probes, Ian A. Crawford, arXiv:1707.01174, 2017.
[1707.01174]
[2-36]
The Rings of Jupiter, Imke de Pater, D.P. Hamilton, M.R. Showalter, H.B. Throop, J.A. Burns, arXiv:1707.00806, 2017.
[1707.00806]
[2-37]
Transit Timing and Duration Variations for the Discovery and Characterization of Exoplanets, Eric Agol, Dan Fabrycky, arXiv:1706.09849, 2017.
[1706.09849]
[2-38]
Toward an internally consistent astronomical distance scale, Richard de Grijs et al., arXiv:1706.07933, 2017.
[deGrijs:2017ewg]
[2-39]
Extragalactic radio surveys in the pre-Square Kilometre Array era, Chris Simpson, arXiv:1706.06603, 2017.
[1706.06603]
[2-40]
Astrophotonics: molding the flow of light in astronomical instruments, Joss Bland-Hawthorn, Sergio Leon-Saval, Opt.Express 25 (2017) 5549, arXiv:1706.05132.
[Bland-Hawthorn:2017ixz]
[2-41]
Non-Equilibrium Processes in the Solar Corona, Transition Region, Flares, and Solar Wind, Jaroslav Dudik et al., arXiv:1706.03396, 2017.
[1706.03396]
[2-42]
Interstellar Extinction, George Gontcharov, arXiv:1706.03270, 2017.
[1706.03270]
[2-43]
Spectroscopic surveys of massive AGB and super-AGB stars, D. A. Garcia-Hernandez, arXiv:1706.02107, 2017.
[1706.02107]
[2-44]
The Impact of Stellar Migration on Disk Outskirts, Victor P. Debattista, Rok Roskar, Sarah R. Loebman, arXiv:1706.01996, 2017.
[1706.01996]
[2-45]
Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods for Bayesian Data Analysis in Astronomy, Sanjib Sharma, arXiv:1706.01629, 2017.
[Sharma:2017wfu]
[2-46]
High-Mass Star and Massive Cluster Formation in the Milky Way, Frederique Motte, Sylvain Bontemps, Fabien Louvet, arXiv:1706.00118, 2017.
[1706.00118]
[2-47]
Internal Structure of Giant and Icy Planets: Importance of Heavy Elements and Mixing, Ravit Helled, Tristan Guillot, arXiv:1705.09320, 2017.
[1705.09320]
[2-48]
Laboratory spectra of hot molecules: data needs for hot super-Earth exoplanets, Jonathan Tennyson, Sergei N. Yurchenko, arXiv:1705.07198, 2017.
[1705.07198]
[2-49]
Exoplanet Biosignatures: A Review of Remotely Detectable Signs of Life, Edward W. Schwieterman et al., arXiv:1705.05791, 2017.
[1705.05791]
[2-50]
Towards understanding the physics of collisionless relativistic shocks, Guy Pelletier, Andrei Bykov, Don Ellison, Martin Lemoine, Space Sci.Rev. 207 (2017) 319-360, arXiv:1705.05549.
[Pelletier:2017ptx]
[2-51]
Binary stars as the key to understanding planetary nebulae, David Jones, Henri M.J. Boffin, arXiv:1705.00283, 2017.
[1705.00283]
[2-52]
Mapping Exoplanets, Nicolas B. Cowan, Yuka Fujii, arXiv:1704.07832, 2017.
[1704.07832]
[2-53]
Saas-Fee Lecture Notes: Physics of Lyman Alpha Radiative Transfer, Mark Dijkstra, arXiv:1704.03416, 2017.
[Dijkstra:2017lio]
[2-54]
Models of Star-Planet Magnetic Interaction, A. Strugarek, arXiv:1704.03254, 2017.
[1704.03254]
[2-55]
The Future of Stardust Science, A. J. Westphal et al., arXiv:1704.01980, 2017.
[1704.01980]
[2-56]
The Dispersal of Planet-forming discs: Theory confronts Observations, Barbara Ercolano, Ilaria Pascucci, arXiv:1704.00214, 2017.
[1704.00214]
[2-57]
Ultraluminous X-Ray Sources, Philip Kaaret, Hua Feng, Timothy P. Roberts, arXiv:1703.10728, 2017.
[1703.10728]
[2-58]
Circumstellar discs: What will be next?, Quentin Kral, Cathie Clarke, Mark Wyatt, arXiv:1703.08560, 2017.
[1703.08560]
[2-59]
A review on Asteroseismology, Maria Pia Di Mauro, arXiv:1703.07604, 2017.
[1703.07604]
[2-60]
Super-AGB Stars and their role as Electron Capture Supernova progenitors, Carolyn L. Doherty, Pilar Gil-Pons, Lionel Siess, John C. Lattanzio, arXiv:1703.06895, 2017.
[1703.06895]
[2-61]
Impact of supermassive black hole growth on star formation, Chris Harrison, arXiv:1703.06889, 2017.
[Harrison:2017xcn]
[2-62]
Gamma Ray Burst afterglow and prompt-afterglow relations: an overview, Maria Dainotti, Roberta Del Vecchio, New Astron.Rev. C77 (2017) 23-61, arXiv:1703.06876.
[Dainotti:2017iqb]
[2-63]
Non-linear Cosmic Ray Propagation, P. Blasi, arXiv:1703.06849, 2017.
[Blasi:2017dhd]
[2-64]
A Hitch-hiker's Guide to Stochastic Differential Equations: Solution Methods for Energetic Particle Transport in Space Physics and Astrophysics, R. Du Toit Strauss, Frederic Effenberger, arXiv:1703.06192, 2017.
[Strauss:2017ekl]
[2-65]
X-ray Emissions from Accreting White Dwarfs: a Review, Koji Mukai, arXiv:1703.06171, 2017.
[Mukai:2017qww]
[2-66]
The astrophysics of visible-light orbital phase curves in the space age, Avi Shporer, arXiv:1703.00496, 2017.
[1703.00496]
[2-67]
The Aesthetics of Astrophysics: How to Make Appealing Color-Composite Images that Convey the Science, Travis A. Rector, Zoltan G. Levay, Lisa M. Frattare, Kimberly K. Arcand, Megan Watzke, arXiv:1703.00490, 2017.
[1703.00490]
[2-68]
Magnetars, Victoria M. Kaspi, Andrei Beloborodov, arXiv:1703.00068, 2017.
[Kaspi:2017fwg]
[2-69]
OSIRIS-REx: Sample Return from Asteroid (101955) Bennu, D.S. Lauretta et al., arXiv:1702.06981, 2017.
[1702.06981]
[2-70]
Physical properties of the first quasars, Simona Gallerani, Xiaohui Fan, Roberto Maiolino, Fabio Pacucci, Publ.Astron.Soc.Austral. 34 (2017) e022, arXiv:1702.06123.
[Gallerani:2017mbm]
[2-71]
Planetary Ring Dynamics - The Streamline Formalism - 2. Theory of Narrow Rings and Sharp Edges, Pierre-Yves Longaretti, arXiv:1702.02079, 2017.
[1702.02079]
[2-72]
Lithium in stellar atmospheres: observations and theory, L. S. Lyubimkov, arXiv:1701.05720, 2017.
[1701.05720]
[2-73]
Adaptive optics in high-contrast imaging, Julien Milli, Dimitri Mawet, David Mouillet, Markus Kasper, Julien H. Girard, arXiv:1701.00836, 2017.
[1701.00836]
[2-74]
Outer Regions of the Milky Way, Francesca Figueras, arXiv:1701.00657, 2017.
[1701.00657]
[2-75]
Illusion and Reality in the Atmospheres of Exoplanets, Drake Deming, Sara Seager, arXiv:1701.00493, 2017.
[1701.00493]
[2-76]
Dynamical models and the onset of chaos in space debris, Alessandra Celletti, Christos Efthymiopoulos, Fabien Gachet, Catalin Gales, Giuseppe Pucacco, arXiv:1612.08849, 2016.
[1612.08849]
[2-77]
Theoretical Challenges in Galaxy Formation, Thorsten Naab, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, arXiv:1612.06891, 2016.
[1612.06891]
[2-78]
3D magnetic reconnection and its application to solar flares, Miho Janvier, arXiv:1612.06513, 2016.
[1612.06513]
[2-79]
Future Prospects: Deep Imaging of Galaxy Outskirts using Telescopes Large and Small, Roberto Abraham et al., arXiv:1612.06415, 2016.
[1612.06415]
[2-80]
Outskirts of Nearby Disk Galaxies: Star Formation and Stellar Populations, Bruce G. Elmegreen, Deidre A. Hunter, arXiv:1612.05615, 2016.
[1612.05615]
[2-81]
Resolved Stellar Populations as Tracers of Outskirts, Denija Crnojevic, arXiv:1612.05471, 2016.
[1612.05471]
[2-82]
Ultra-deep Imaging: Structure of Disks and Haloes, Johan H. Knapen, Ignacio Trujillo, arXiv:1612.05405, 2016.
[1612.05405]
[2-83]
Outskirts of Distant Galaxies In Absorption, Hsiao-Wen Chen, arXiv:1612.05305, 2016.
[1612.05305]
[2-84]
Metallicities in the Outer Regions of Spiral Galaxies, Fabio Bresolin, arXiv:1612.05278, 2016.
[1612.05278]
[2-85]
Molecular Gas in the Outskirts of Galaxies, Linda C. Watson, Jin Koda, arXiv:1612.05275, 2016.
[1612.05275]
[2-86]
HI in the Outskirts of Nearby Galaxies, A. Bosma, arXiv:1612.05272, 2016.
[1612.05272]
[2-87]
Starspots, Stellar Cycles and Stellar Flares: Lessons from Solar Dynamo Models, Arnab Rai Choudhuri, arXiv:1612.02544, 2016.
[1612.02544]
[2-88]
Heliosheath Processes and the Structure of the Heliopause: Modeling Energetic Particles, Cosmic Rays, and Magnetic Fields, N. V. Pogorelov et al., arXiv:1612.02339, 2016.
[1612.02339]
[2-89]
The Circumgalactic Medium in Massive Halos, Hsiao-Wen Chen, arXiv:1612.00872, 2016.
[1612.00872]
[2-90]
Gas Accretion Traced in Absorption in Galaxy Spectroscopy, Kate H. R. Rubin, arXiv:1612.00805, 2016.
[1612.00805]
[2-91]
Gas Accretion and Galactic Chemical Evolution: Theory and Observations, Kristian Finlator, arXiv:1612.00802, 2016.
[1612.00802]
[2-92]
Gas Accretion and Star Formation Rates, J. Sanchez Almeida, arXiv:1612.00776, 2016.
[1612.00776]
[2-93]
Neutral Gas Accretion onto Nearby Galaxies, Felix J. Lockman, arXiv:1612.00774, 2016.
[1612.00774]
[2-94]
Gas Accretion and Star-Formation Rates with IFUs and Background Quasars, Nicolas F. Bouche, arXiv:1612.00740, 2016.
[Bouche:2016pku]
[2-95]
The Effect of Galactic Feedback on Gas Accretion and Wind Recycling, Freeke van de Voort, arXiv:1612.00591, 2016.
[1612.00591]
[2-96]
Gas Accretion and Angular Momentum, Kyle R. Stewart, arXiv:1612.00513, 2016.
[1612.00513]
[2-97]
Gas Accretion and Giant Lyman-alpha Nebulae, Sebastiano Cantalupo, arXiv:1612.00491, 2016.
[Cantalupo:2016vkv]
[2-98]
Gas Accretion via Condensation and Fountains, Filippo Fraternali, arXiv:1612.00477, 2016.
[1612.00477]
[2-99]
An Introduction to Gas Accretion onto Galaxies, M. E. Putman, arXiv:1612.00461, 2016.
[1612.00461]
[2-100]
Gas Accretion via Lyman Limit Systems, Nicolas Lehner, arXiv:1612.00458, 2016.
[1612.00458]
[2-101]
Gas Accretion in Star-Forming Galaxies, Glenn G. Kacprzak, arXiv:1612.00451, 2016.
[1612.00451]
[2-102]
Gas Accretion onto the Milky Way, Philipp Richter, arXiv:1612.00449, 2016.
[1612.00449]
[2-103]
Observational Diagnostics of Gas Flows: Insights from Cosmological Simulations, C.-A. Faucher-Giguere, arXiv:1612.00448, 2016.
[Faucher-Giguere:2016zml]
[2-104]
Asteroid-Comet Continuum Objects in the Solar System, Henry H. Hsieh, arXiv:1611.09995, 2016.
[1611.09995]
[2-105]
Multiple stellar populations and their evolution in globular clusters: A nucleosynthesis perspective, C.Charbonnel, arXiv:1611.08855, 2016.
[1611.08855]
[2-106]
Composition of Solar System Small Bodies, Pierre Vernazza, Pierre Beck, arXiv:1611.08731, 2016.
[1611.08731]
[2-107]
The impact of companions on stellar evolution, Orsola De Marco, Robert G. Izzard, arXiv:1611.03542, 2016.
[1611.03542]
[2-108]
Anthropogenic Space Weather, T. I. Gombosi et al., arXiv:1611.03390, 2016.
[1611.03390]
[2-109]
SOHO Comets: 20-Years and 3,000 Objects Later, Karl Battams, Matthew M. Knight, arXiv:1611.02279, 2016.
[1611.02279]
[2-110]
General relativistic simulations of compact binary mergers as engines of short gamma-ray bursts, Vasileios Paschalidis, Class.Quant.Grav. 34 (2017) 084002, arXiv:1611.01519.
[Paschalidis:2016agf]
[2-111]
Discovering new worlds: a review of signal processing methods for detecting exoplanets from astronomical radial velocity data, Muhammad Salman Khan, James Stewart Jenkins, Nestor Becerra Yoma, arXiv:1611.00766, 2016.
[1611.00766]
[2-112]
Magnetic field amplification in turbulent astrophysical plasmas, Christoph Federrath, arXiv:1610.08132, 2016.
[1610.08132]
[2-113]
Challenges in Planet Formation, Alessandro Morbidelli, Sean N. Raymond, arXiv:1610.07202, 2016.
[1610.07202]
[2-114]
Neutron Stars in the Laboratory, Vanessa Graber, Nils Andersson, Michael Hogg, Int.J.Mod.Phys. D26 (2017) 1730015, arXiv:1610.06882.
[Graber:2016imq]
[2-115]
The Habitability of Planets Orbiting M-dwarf Stars, Aomawa L. Shields, Sarah Ballard, John A. Johnson, arXiv:1610.05765, 2016.
[1610.05765]
[2-116]
The realm of the galaxy protoclusters, R. A. Overzier, Astron.Astrophys.Rev. 24 (2016) 14, arXiv:1610.05201.
[Overzier:2016aat]
[2-117]
Astrometry with Hubble Space Telescope Fine Guidance Sensors - A Review, G. Fritz Benedict, Barbara E. McArthur, Edmund P. Nelan, Thomas E. Harrison, arXiv:1610.05176, 2016.
[1610.05176]
[2-118]
The magnetohydrodynamic description of Earth's ionosphere, B P Pandey, arXiv:1610.03735, 2016.
[1610.03735]
[2-119]
Recent advances in understanding the origin of magnetic flux concentrations in strongly stratified turbulence, Axel Brandenburg, Igor Rogachevskii, Nathan Kleeorin, arXiv:1610.03459, 2016.
[1610.03459]
[2-120]
Saturn's Polar Atmosphere, Kunio M. Sayanagi et al., arXiv:1609.09626, 2016.
[1609.09626]
[2-121]
Formation of black holes in the dark, I.F. Mirabel, arXiv:1609.08411, 2016.
[Mirabel:2016msh]
[2-122]
The Interior of Saturn, Jonathan J. Fortney et al., arXiv:1609.06324, 2016.
[1609.06324]
[2-123]
The effects of supernovae on the dynamical evolution of binary stars and star clusters, Richard J. Parker, arXiv:1609.05908, 2016.
[1609.05908]
[2-124]
Observational Signatures of High-Redshift Quasars and Local Relics of Black Hole Seeds, Amy Reines, Andrea Comastri, Publ.Astron.Soc.Austral. 33 (2016) 54, arXiv:1609.03562.
[Reines:2016kej]
[2-125]
Photochemistry and astrochemistry: photochemical pathways to interstellar complex organic molecules, Karin I. Oberg, arXiv:1609.03112, 2016.
[1609.03112]
[2-126]
Quasi-periodic pulsations in solar and stellar flares: an overview of recent results, Tom Van Doorsselaere, Elena G. Kupriyanova, Ding Yuan, arXiv:1609.02689, 2016.
[1609.02689]
[2-127]
Stellar populations in star clusters, Chengyuan Li, Richard de Grijs, Licai Deng, arXiv:1609.00894, 2016.
[1609.00894]
[2-128]
Gamma-ray Bursts and the Early Star-formation History, R. Chary, P. Petitjean, B. Robertson, M. Trenti, E. Vangioni, arXiv:1609.00764, 2016.
[1609.00764]
[2-129]
The faint radio sky: radio astronomy becomes mainstream, Paolo Padovani, Astron.Astrophys.Rev. 24 (2016) 13, arXiv:1609.00499.
[Padovani:2016qqc]
[2-130]
Rotation and Mass in the Milky Way and Spiral Galaxies, Yoshiaki Sofue, arXiv:1608.08350, 2016.
[1608.08350]
[2-131]
Uniformly rotating neutron stars, Kuantay Boshkayev, arXiv:1608.08207, 2016.
[Boshkayev:2016pmk]
[2-132]
Approximate Universal Relations for Neutron Stars and Quark Stars, Kent Yagi, Nicolas Yunes, Phys.Rept. 681 (2017) 1-72, arXiv:1608.02582.
[Yagi:2016bkt]
[2-133]
Nuclear Data for Astrophysical Modeling, Boris Pritychenko, arXiv:1608.00596, 2016.
[Pritychenko:2016rpk]
[2-134]
A Global Prospective of the Indian Optical and Near-Infrared Observational Facilities in the Field of Astronomy and Astrophysics: a review, Ram Sagar, arXiv:1607.06455, 2016.
[Sagar:2016hbv]
[2-135]
The Chemical Composition of the Galactic Bulge and Implications for its Evolution, Andrew McWilliam, arXiv:1607.05299, 2016.
[1607.05299]
[2-136]
Analytic Models of Brown Dwarfs and The Substellar Mass Limit, Sayantan Auddy, Shantanu Basu, S. R. Valluri, arXiv:1607.04338, 2016. 34 pages, 5 figures, to appear in Advances in Astronomy.
[1607.04338]
[2-137]
HR 8799: The Benchmark Directly-Imaged Planetary System, Thayne Currie, arXiv:1607.03980, 2016.
[1607.03980]
[2-138]
X-ray emission from single Wolf-Rayet stars, Lidia Oskinova, arXiv:1607.03658, 2016.
[1607.03658]
[2-139]
Bayesian isochrone fitting and stellar ages, D. Valls-Gabaud, arXiv:1607.03000, 2016.
[1607.03000]
[2-140]
Moving inhomogeneous envelopes of stars, Lidia M. Oskinova, Brankica Kubatova, Wolf-Rainer Hamann, arXiv:1607.02388, 2016.
[1607.02388]
[2-141]
X-ray diagnostics of massive star winds, Lidia Oskinova, arXiv:1607.01553, 2016.
[1607.01553]
[2-142]
Young Massive Clusters: Their Population Properties, Formation and Evolution, and Their Relation to the Ancient Globular Clusters, Nate Bastian, arXiv:1606.09468, 2016.
[1606.09468]
[2-143]
Astromaterial Science and Nuclear Pasta, M. E. Caplan, C. J. Horowitz, arXiv:1606.03646, 2016.
[Caplan:2016uvu]
[2-144]
The Climate of Early Mars, Robin Wordsworth, arXiv:1606.02813, 2016.
[1606.02813]
[2-145]
Planetary Ring Dynamics - The Streamline Formalism - 1. From Boltzmann Equation to Celestial Mechanics, Pierre-Yves Longaretti, arXiv:1606.00759, 2016.
[1606.00759]
[2-146]
Clues to the Structure of AGN through massive variability surveys, Andy Lawrence, ASP Conf.Ser. 505 (2016) 107, arXiv:1605.09331.
[Lawrence:2016toy]
[2-147]
Radio AGN in the local universe: unification, triggering and evolution, Clive Tadhunter, arXiv:1605.08773, 2016.
[1605.08773]
[2-148]
Recent results in nuclear astrophysics, Alain Coc, Fairouz Hammache, Juergen Kiener, Eur.Phys.J. A51 (2015) 34, arXiv:1605.07810.
[Coc:2015xpa]
[2-149]
Approximated methods for the generation of dark matter halo catalogs in the age of precision cosmology, Pierluigi Monaco, Galaxies 4 (2016) 53, arXiv:1605.07752.
[Monaco:2016pys]
[2-150]
Formation of supermassive black hole seeds, Muhammad A. Latif, Andrea Ferrara, Publ.Astron.Soc.Austral. 33 (2016) 51, arXiv:1605.07391.
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3 - Reviews - Conference Proceedings

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Exoplanet Biosignatures: Observational Prospects, Yuka Fujii et al., arXiv:1705.07098, 2017. NExSS Exoplanet Biosgnatures Workshop.
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The AKARI Deep Field South: Pushing to High Redshift, David L Clements, arXiv:1601.01206, 2016. Third AKARI Conference.
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[3-6]
IAU Commission 36 (Theory of Stellar Atmospheres): Hexennial Report 2009-2015, Joachim Puls, Martin Asplund, arXiv:1512.06972, 2015.
[1512.06972]
[3-7]
The Kinematics of Star Formation: Theory and Observation in the Gaia Era, Nicholas J. Wright, arXiv:1512.06854, 2015. RAS Specialist Discussion meeting, January 2015.
[1512.06854]
[3-8]
Nonradial Oscillations in Classical Pulsating Stars. Predictions and Discoveries, W. A. Dziembowski, arXiv:1512.03708, 2015. RRL2015.
[1512.03708]
[3-9]
From Interstellar Clouds to Stars, Jonathan C. Tan, arXiv:1512.00920, 2015. 6th Zermatt ISM Symposium: Conditions and Impact of Star Formation From Lab to Space.
[1512.00920]
[3-10]
Asteroseismology of Exoplanet Host Stars, Daniel Huber, arXiv:1511.07441, 2015. Focus Meeting 17 at the IAU General Assembly in Hawaii, August 2015.
[1511.07441]
[3-11]
Astronomical Surveys and Big Data, A. M. Mickaelian, arXiv:1511.07322, 2015. EAAS XII General Meeting.
[1511.07322]
[3-12]
From Theory to Observations and viceversa: theoretical uncertainties and observational constraints, Santi Cassisi, EAS Publ.Ser. 65 (2014) 17, arXiv:1312.5968. $23^rd$ Evry Schatzman School on Stellar Astrophysics, 'The Ages of Stars', Roscoff (France), 2013.
[Cassisi:2013yua]
[3-13]
Galaxy formation, Joseph Silk, Arianna Di Cintio, Irina Dvorkin, Proc.Int.Sch.Phys.Fermi 186 (2014) 137-187, arXiv:1312.0107. Post-Planck Cosmology, Ecole de Physique des Houches, Les Houches, July 8-Aug 2, 2013.
[Silk:2013xca]
[3-14]
Neutron rich matter, neutron stars, and their crusts, C. J. Horowitz, J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 312 (2012) 042003, arXiv:1008.0402. International Nuclear Physics Conference 2010, Vancouver, Ca.
[Horowitz:2012za]
[3-15]
Searching for the First Galaxies, Steven L. Finkelstein, ASP Conf.Ser. 432 (2010) 33, arXiv:1004.0001. Frank N. Bash Symposium 2009: New Horizons in Astronomy.
[Finkelstein:2010ip]
[3-16]
High Energy Phenomena In The Universe, Arnon Dar, arXiv:0906.0973, 2009. 44th Rencontre De Moriond on High Energy Phenomena In The Universe, La Thuile, Italy, February 1-8, 2009.
[Dar:2009tv]
[3-17]
Conference Summary: HI Science in the Next Decade, Martha P. Haynes, AIP Conf. Proc. 1035 (2008) 337-344, arXiv:0806.1673.
[Haynes:2008cv]
[3-18]
Science with the new generation high energy gamma- ray experiments, M. Alvarez et al., Frascati Phys.Ser. 45 (2007) pp.1-328, arXiv:0712.1548.
[Agnetta:2007um]
[3-19]
Summary Talk: Challenges in Particle Astrophysics, Hinrich Meyer, arXiv:0705.2972, 2007. Rencontre de Vietnam, Hanoi, 2006.
[Meyer:2007ph]
[3-20]
Lessons from Surveys of The Galaxy, Rosemary F.G. Wyse, Mem. Soc. Ast. It. 77 (2006) 1036-1049, arXiv:astro-ph/0701832. Exploiting Large Surveys for Galactic Astronomy, XXVI General Assembly of the IAU, Prague 2006.
[Wyse:2007hy]
[3-21]
1st Workshop of Astronomy and Astrophysics for Students, N.R. Napolitano, M. Paolillo, arXiv:astro-ph/0701577, 2007. 1st Workshop of Astronomy and Astrophysics for Students, Naples, Italy, April 19-20, 2006.
[Napolitano:2007te]
[3-22]
Massive Black Holes: formation and evolution, Martin J. Rees, Marta Volonteri, IAU Symp. 238 (2007) 51, arXiv:astro-ph/0701512. IAU Symp. 238, 'Black Holes: from stars to galaxies - across the range of masses'.
[Rees:2007nc]
[3-23]
Lecture notes on the formation and early evolution of planetary systems, Philip J. Armitage, arXiv:astro-ph/0701485, 2007.
[Armitage:2007gn]
[3-24]
The Star Formation History of the Universe, Andrew M. Hopkins, ASP Conf.Ser. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0611283. At the Edge of the Universe, October 2006, Sintra, Portugal.
[Hopkins:2006pr]
[3-25]
Conference Summary: Astronomy Perspective of Astro-Statistics, Ofer Lahav, ASP Conf.Ser. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0610713. Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy IV, 2007.
[Lahav:2006jt]
[3-26]
Astrophysical Probes of Fundamental Physics, C.J.A.P. Martins, arXiv:astro-ph/0610665, 2006. ESO Precision Spectroscopy in Astrophysics.
[Martins:2006br]
[3-27]
General Relativity effects and line emission, Giorgio Matt, Astron. Nachr. 88 (2006) 789-796, arXiv:astro-ph/0610224. ESAC Workshop 'Variable and broad lines around black holes'.
[Matt:2006zx]
[3-28]
Observations of solar-like oscillations, Timothy R. Bedding, Hans Kjeldsen, ESA Spec.Publ. 624 (2006) 25, arXiv:astro-ph/0609770. SOHO 18 / GONG 2006 / HELAS conference, 'Beyond the Spherical Sun: a new era of helio- and asteroseismology', 7-11 August 2006, Sheffield, England.
[Bedding:2006aa]
[3-29]
Nuclear Astrophysics: CIPANP 2006, W. C. Haxton, AIP Conf. Proc. 870 (2006) 33-43, arXiv:nucl-th/0609006. CIPANP 2006.
[Haxton:2006ae]
[3-30]
TeV Astrophysics, A Review, Wei Cui, arXiv:astro-ph/0608042, 2006. Vulcano Workshop 2006 'Frontier Objects in Astrophysics and Particle Physics'.
[Cui:2006jm]
[3-31]
Understanding Galaxy Formation and Evolution, V. Avila-Reese, arXiv:astro-ph/0605212, 2006. IV Mexican School of Astrophysics, July 18-25, 2005.
[AvilaReese:2006rg]
[3-32]
The Origin of the Initial Mass Function, Ian A. Bonnell, Richard B. Larson, Hans Zinnecker, arXiv:astro-ph/0603447, 2006. PPV.
[Bonnell:2006hw]
[3-33]
Astronomy in Ukraine, Ya.V. Pavlenko, I.B. Vavilova, T. Kostiuk, Astrophys.Space Sci.Libr. 343 (2006) 71, arXiv:astro-ph/0512442.
[Pavlenko:2005hd]
[3-34]
Galaxy Formation, Eric Gawiser, ASP Conf.Serv. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0512384. New Horizons in Astronomy.
[Gawiser:2005ry]
[3-35]
Dense plasmas in astrophysics: from giant planets to neutron stars, G. Chabrier, D. Saumon, A. Potekhin, J. Phys. A39 (2006) 4411, arXiv:astro-ph/0511803. Strongly Coupled Coulomb Systems, Moscow June 2005.
[Potekhin:2005ey]
[3-36]
Binaries as Astrophysical Laboratories: Open Questions, Ignasi Ribas, ASP Conf.Ser. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0511433. Pecs PhD Conference on 'Astrophysics of Variable Stars'.
[Ribas:2005eq]
[3-37]
Trust but verify: The case for astrophysical black holes, Scott A. Hughes, eConf C0507252 (2005) L006, arXiv:hep-ph/0511217. 2005 SLAC Summer Institute.
[Hughes:2005wj]
[3-38]
Trends in Space Astronomy and Cosmic Vision 2015-2025, Catherine Turon et al., ESA Spec.Publ. 588 (2005) 53, arXiv:astro-ph/0510809. 2005 ESLAB Symposium 'Trends in Space Science and Cosmic Vision 2020', ESTEC, 19-21 April 2005.
[Turon:2005cg]
[3-39]
Early Stage of Galaxy Formation, Y. Taniguchi et al., IAU Symp. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0510601. 4 pages with 1 table, Invited Review IAU The 9th Asian Pacific Regional Meeting.
[Taniguchi:2005tn]
[3-40]
Radio Spectroscopy of Active Galactic Nuclei, A.P. Lobanov, Mem.Soc.Ast.It. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0507665. 5th Serbian Conference on Spectral Line Shapes in Astrophysics.
[Lobanov:2005mn]
[3-41]
Cepheids, Eclipsing Binaries and the Distance Scale: from the Galaxy to the Local Group, Lucas M. Macri, ASP Conf.Ser. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0507648. Cozumel meeting on Resolved Stellar Populations.
[Macri:2005kv]
[3-42]
Numerical simulations of quasar absorbers, Tom Theuns, IAU Symp. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0507570. Probing Galaxies through Quasar Absorption Lines.
[Theuns:2005jd]
[3-43]
The Galaxy in the cosmological context, F. Combes, arXiv:astro-ph/0507280, 2005. Introduction to the Galaxy workshop, SF2A-2005.
[Combes:2005jf]
[3-44]
High energy astrophysical processes, Todor Stanev, arXiv:astro-ph/0504401, 2005. Venice 2005 Workshop on neutrino telescopes.
[Stanev:2005wy]
[3-45]
Ongoing Space Physics - Astrophysics Connections, David Eichler, Adv.Space Res. 38 (2006) 16, arXiv:astro-ph/0503350. Critical Phenomena in the Solar System, Ein-Boqeq, March, 2004.
[Eichler:2005te]
[3-46]
Nuclear Astrophysics, Carl R. Brune, arXiv:astro-ph/0502588, 2005. Lake Louise Winter Institute 2004 on Fundamental Interactions (LL WI 2004), Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 15-21 Feb 2004.
[Brune:2005ee]
[3-47]
Outstanding Problems in Particle Astrophysics, Thomas K. Gaisser, arXiv:astro-ph/0501195, 2005. 14th International School of Cosmic Ray Astrophysics: 'Neutrinos and Explosive Events in the Universe', July, 2004.
[Gaisser:2005tu]
[3-48]
Astrophysics, A. Ferrari, 2005. ISAPP 2005, International School on AstroParticle Physics (European Doctorate School): High Energy Cosmic Rays, 30 June - 9 July 2005, Belgirate, Lago Maggiore, Italy. http://www.isapp2005.to.infn.it/Lessons/Ferrari1.pdf. http://www.isapp2005.to.infn.it/Lessons/Ferrari2.pdf.
[Ferrari-ISAPP05]
[3-49]
Concluding Remarks: Gaia and Astrophysics in 2015-2020, Tim de Zeeuw, ESA Spec.Publ. 576 (2005) 729, arXiv:astro-ph/0412429. Symposium 'The Three-dimensional Universe with Gaia', 4-7 October 2004, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France.
[deZeeuw:2004mc]
[3-50]
Interstellar dust: what is it, how does it evolve, and what are its observational consequences?, Eli Dwek, Aip Conf. Proc. 761 (2005) 103, arXiv:astro-ph/0412344. 'The Spectral Energy Distribution of Gas-Rich Galaxies: Confronting Models with Data', Heidelberg, 4-8 Oct. 2004.
[Dwek:2004ad]
[3-51]
Where Are We Now, and Where Are We Going? Perspectives on Cosmic Abundances, Timothy C. Beers, ASP Conf.Ser. (2004), arXiv:astro-ph/0411751. 'Cosmic abundances as records of stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis', ASP conf. series.
[Beers:2004ad]
[3-52]
The Chandra X-Ray Observatory: Observations of Neutron Stars, Martin C. Weisskopf, arXiv:astro-ph/0411243, 2004. NATO ASI - The Electromagnetic Spectrum of Neutron Stars: June 7-18, 2004, Marmaris, Turkey.
[Weisskopf:2004qm]
[3-53]
Exploring the Universe beyond the Photon Window, Luis A. Anchordoqui, Acta Phys. Polon. B36 (2005) 495, arXiv:astro-ph/0410087. XXXIV International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics, Sonoma County, California, July 26 - August 1, 2004.
[Anchordoqui:2004pf]
[3-54]
Deep Field Surveys - A Radio View, M.A. Garrett, EAS Publ.Ser. 15 (2005) 73, arXiv:astro-ph/0409197. JENAM-2003 Symposium, 'Radio Astronomy at 70: from Karl Jansky to microjansky,' Budapest, Hungary, 27-30 August 2003.
[Garrett:2004wp]
[3-55]
The role of interactions, H. R. Schmitt, IAU Symp. 222 (2004) 395, arXiv:astro-ph/0407590. 'The Interplay among Black Holes, Stars and ISM in Galactic Nuclei,' IAU 222 (Gramado, Brazil).
[Schmitt:2004fp]
[3-56]
The Current Status of Primary Distance Indicators, Michael Feast, ASP Conf.Ser. 329 (2005) 241, arXiv:astro-ph/0405440. Nearby Large-Scale Structures and the Zone of Avoidance.
[Feast:2004rx]
[3-57]
Astroparticle Physics, I. I. Tkachev, arXiv:hep-ph/0405168, 2004. 2003 European School of High-Energy Physics, Tsakhkadzor, Armenia, 24 August - 6 September 2003.
[Tkachev:2004ee]
[3-58]
The Solar Galactic Environment, P. C. Frisch, Aip Conf. Proc. 719 (2004) 404, arXiv:astro-ph/0405167. 3rd Annual IGPP-UCR Astrophysics Conference: Physics of the Outer Heliosphere.
[Frisch:2004fx]
[3-59]
Pulsar astrophysics : the glitch phenomenon, J.E. Horvath, Sao Paulo, Int. J. Mod. Phys. D13 (2004) 1327, arXiv:astro-ph/0404324. First International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics (Olinda, Brazil, October 2003).
[Horvath:2004xm]
[3-60]
Galactic Structure, Rosemary F.G. Wyse, arXiv:astro-ph/0402636, 2004. 2003 May Symposium, Space Telescope Science Institute, `The Local Group as an Astrophysical Laboratory'.
[Wyse:2004nr]
[3-61]
Microquasars, M. Ribo, ASP Conf.Ser. (2004), arXiv:astro-ph/0402134. 'Future Directions in High Resolution Astronomy: A Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the VLBA', June 8-12, 2003, Socorro, New Mexico, USA.
[Ribo:2004if]
[3-62]
Galactic Structure and Evolution: a decade of surveys, Gerry Gilmore, ASP Conf.Ser. (2004), arXiv:astro-ph/0401538.
[Gilmore:2004si]
[3-63]
A Review of the Current Status of Follow-Up Techniques to Study Known Extrasolar Planets, David Charbonneau, IAU Symp. 219 (2004) 367, arXiv:astro-ph/0312252. IAU Symposium 219: Stars as Suns: Activity, Evolution, and Planets.
[Charbonneau:2003sp]
[3-64]
The Nature of the Local Group, Antonio Aparicio, ASP Conf.Ser. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0310766. IAU Col. 193.
[Aparicio:2003vy]
[3-65]
A Review of the Distance and Structure of the Large Magellanic Cloud, David R. Alves, New Astron. Rev. 48 (2004) 659, arXiv:astro-ph/0310673.
[Alves:2003fd]
[3-66]
Magnetised Neutron Stars : An Overview, Ashok Goyal, arXiv:hep-ph/0306116, 2003. Workshop on High magnetic field and neutron star, Havana, April 2003.
[Goyal:2003su]
[3-67]
The Phenomena of High Energy Astrophysics, R. D. Blandford, ASP Conf. Ser. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0302226. High Energy Processes and Phenomena in Astrophysics, IAU Symposium 214.
[Blandford:2003fg]
[3-68]
The Search for Terrestrial Planets: What Do we Need to Know?, Charles Beichman, arXiv:astro-ph/0212337, 2002. IAU Symposium 202.
[Beichman:2002jz]
[3-69]
Captain Cook, the Terrestrial Planet Finder and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Charles Beichman, IAU Symp.213 (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0212336. IAU Symposium 213.
[Beichman:2002jy]
[3-70]
Microlensing Searches for Extrasolar Planets: Current Status and Future Prospects, B. Scott Gaudi, ASP Conf.Ser. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0207533. ASP Conference Series: Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets.
[Gaudi:2002mn]
[3-71]
Antimatter in the Universe, A. D. Dolgov, arXiv:astro-ph/0207441, 2002. Rencontres of La Thuile, 2002 and at SpacePart 2002.
[Dolgov:2002yr]
[3-72]
The Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry of the Universe, F. W. Stecker, arXiv:hep-ph/0207323, 2002. XIVth Rencontres de Blois 2002 on Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry, Blois, France, June, 2002.
[Stecker:2002tb]
[3-73]
Nuclear and High-Energy Astrophysics, Fridolin Weber, arXiv:astro-ph/0207053, 2002. VIII International Workshop on Hadron Physics, April 14-19, 2002, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
[Weber:2002de]

4 - PhD Theses

[4-1]
BEER analysis of Kepler and CoRoT light curves: discovering binaries and exoplanets, Simchon Faigler, arXiv:1612.08846, 2016.
[1612.08846]
[4-2]
Modelling Relativistic Astrophysics at the Large and Small Scale, Troels Haugboelle, arXiv:astro-ph/0510292, 2005.
[Haugboelle:2005mi]

5 - Fundamental Papers - Experiment

[5-1]
A Spiral Nebula as a Stellar System, Messier 31, Edwin Hubble, Astrophys. J. 69 (1929) 103-158.
[Hubble:1929zz]
[5-2]
Extragalactic nebulae, E. P. Hubble, Astrophys. J. 64 (1926) 321-369.
[Hubble:1926yw]

6 - Experiment - Gamma Rays

[6-1]
Constraints on particle acceleration in SS433/W50 from MAGIC and H.E.S.S. observations, M. L. Ahnen et al. (MAGIC), arXiv:1707.03658, 2017.
[Ahnen:2017tsc]
[6-2]
The Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope discovers the Pulsar in the Young Galactic Supernova-Remnant CTA 1, Aous A. Abdo et al. (The Fermi LAT), Science 322 (2008) 1218, arXiv:0810.3562.
[Abdo:2008nz]
[6-3]
GLAST: Understanding the High Energy Gamma-Ray Sky, J. E. McEnery, I. V. Moskalenko, J. F. Ormes, Astrophys.Space Sci.Libr. 304 (2004) 361, arXiv:astro-ph/0406250.
[McEnery:2004da]
[6-4]
Detection of diffuse TeV gamma-ray emission from the nearby starburst galaxy NGC 253, C. Itoh, R. Enomoto, S. Yanagita, T. Yoshida (CANGAROO-II), Astron. Astrophys. 396 (2002) L1-L4, arXiv:astro-ph/0211530.
[Itoh:2002vf]
[6-5]
Gamma ray bursts as probes of neutrino mass, quantum gravity and dark energy, S.F. King Sandhya Choubey, Phys. Rev. D67 (2003) 073005, arXiv:hep-ph/0207260.
[Choubey:2002bh]
[6-6]
The Guaranteed Gamma-Ray Background, Vasiliki Pavlidou, Brian D. Fields, Astrophys. J. 575 (2002) L5-L8, arXiv:astro-ph/0207253.
[Pavlidou:2002va]
[6-7]
Discovery of Spectral Variability of Markarian 421 at TeV Energies, F. Krennrich et al., Astrophys. J. 575 (2002) L9-L14, arXiv:astro-ph/0207184.
[Krennrich:2002as]

7 - Experiment - Gamma Rays - Conference Proceedings

[7-1]
New Results from High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy, Heinrich J. Volk, IAU Symp. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0603501. IAU Symposium No.230, 2005, Dublin (Ireland).
[Volk:2006nk]
[7-2]
The MAGIC telescope, Ciro Bigongiari (MAGIC), PoS HEP2005 (2006) 020, arXiv:astro-ph/0512184. EPS International Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics (HEPP-EPS 2005), Lisbon, Portugal, 21-27 Jul 2005.
[Bigongiari:2005sw]
[7-3]
The MAGIC project: Contributions to ICRC 2005, Pune, India. Part 3: MAGIC detector and analysis details, J. Albert i Fort (MAGIC), arXiv:astro-ph/0508274, 2005.
[Riegel:2005qb]
[7-4]
The MAGIC project: Contributions to ICRC 2005, Pune, India. Part 2: Future plans and developments, J. Albert i Fort (MAGIC), arXiv:astro-ph/0508273, 2005.
[Baixeras:2005pp]
[7-5]
The MAGIC project: Contributions to ICRC 2005, Pune, India. Part 1: Observations, J. Albert i Fort et al. (MAGIC), arXiv:astro-ph/0508244, 2005.
[Wagner:2005pe]
[7-6]
The MAGIC experiment and its first results, D. Bastieri et al. (The MAGIC), arXiv:astro-ph/0503534, 2005. Sixth International Symposium on Frontiers of Fundamental Physics (FFFP6), Udine, Italy, 26-29 Sep 2004.
[Bastieri:2005ry]
[7-7]
Diffuse Emission from the Galactic Plane and Unidentified EGRET Sources, Martin Pohl, arXiv:astro-ph/0211622, 2002. 'The Universe viewed in Gamma-rays'.
[Pohl:2002se]
[7-8]
Astrophysics with High Energy Gamma Rays, Heinrich J. Völk, arXiv:astro-ph/0210297, 2002. ESA-CERN-ESO Symposium, Garching, March 2002.
[Volk:2002mc]
[7-9]
Gamma rays from clusters of galaxies, Pasquale Blasi, ASP Conf.Ser. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0207361. 'Matter and Energy in Clusters of Galaxies', April 23-27 2002, Taiwan.
[Blasi:2002hn]

8 - Experiment - Infrared

[8-1]
A Catalogue of infrared star clusters and stellar groups, E. Bica, C.M. Dutra, B. Barbuy, Astron. Astrophys. 397 (2003) 177, arXiv:astro-ph/0210302.
[Bica:2002mh]
[8-2]
ASTRO-F - Super IRAS - The All Sky Infra-Red Survey, Chris Pearson et al., Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 347 (2004) 1113, arXiv:astro-ph/0210292.
[Pearson:2002kx]

9 - Experiment - X Rays

[9-1]
Highlights from XMM-Newton, X. Barcons, I. Negueruela, arXiv:astro-ph/0306411, 2003.
[Barcons:2003tf]
[9-2]
The resolved fraction of the Cosmic X-ray Background, A. Moretti et al., Astrophys. J. 588 (2003) 696-703, arXiv:astro-ph/0301555.
[Moretti:2003vs]
[9-3]
A Deep Chandra Catalog of X-ray Point Sources toward the Galactic Center, M. P. Muno et al., Astrophys. J. 589 (2003) 225, arXiv:astro-ph/0301371.
[Muno:2003ne]
[9-4]
X-ray Source Population in the Elliptical Galaxy NGC 720 with Chandra, Tesla E. Jeltema, Claude R. Canizares, David A. Buote, Gordon P. Garmire, Astrophys. J. 585 (2003) 756, arXiv:astro-ph/0211192.
[Jeltema:2002mu]
[9-5]
The Chandra Deep Field-North Survey. XVI. The X-ray properties of moderate-luminosity Active Galaxies at $z > 4$, C. Vignali et al., Astrophys. J. 580 (2002) L105, arXiv:astro-ph/0210552.
[Vignali:2002qs]
[9-6]
X-ray lighthouses of the high-redshift Universe. Probing the most luminous $z > 4$ Palomar Digital Sky Survey Quasars with Chandra, C. Vignali et al., Astron. J. 125 (2003) 418, arXiv:astro-ph/0210475.
[Vignali:2002ys]
[9-7]
Chandra Evidence for a Flattened, Triaxial Dark Matter Halo in the Elliptical Galaxy NGC 720, David A. Buote, Tesla E. Jeltema, Claude R. Canizares, Gordon P. Garmire, Astrophys. J. 577 (2002) 183, arXiv:astro-ph/0205469.
[Buote:2002wd]

10 - Experiment - X Rays - Conference Proceedings

[10-1]
Studying the Nearby Universe with Chandra, Q. Daniel Wang, ASP Conf.Ser. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0211630. IAU Symposium No.214: High Energy Processes and Phenomena in Astrophysics.
[Wang:2002sn]
[10-2]
The AGN Source Population in the Chandra Deep Field-North Survey: Constraints from X-ray Spectroscopy and Variability, F.E. Bauer et al., Astron.Nachr. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0210310. 'X-ray Surveys: in the light of new observatories' workshop.
[Bauer:2002qj]
[10-3]
X-rays from the High-Redshift Universe: The Chandra view, C. Vignali et al., Astron.Nachr. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0210309. 'X-ray Surveys: in the light of new observatories' Workshop.
[Vignali:2002qi]
[10-4]
Resolving the Source Populations that Contribute to the X-ray Background: The 2 Ms Chandra Deep Field-North Survey, D. M. Alexander et al., Astron.Nachr. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0210308. 'X-ray Surveys: in the light of new observatories' workshop.
[Alexander:2002qh]
[10-5]
X-Ray Spectroscopy and Atomic Data, Ehud Behar, Steven M. Kahn, arXiv:astro-ph/0210280, 2002. NASA Laboratory Astrophysics Workshop, May 1-3 2002.
[Behar:2002kj]
[10-6]
Chandra Detection of X-ray Absorption from Local Warm/Hot Gas, T. Fang et al., Astrophys.Space Sci.Libr. 281 (2003) 97, arXiv:astro-ph/0210243. 'The IGM/Galaxy Connection - The Distribution of Baryons at z=0', 2002.
[Fang:2002xz]
[10-7]
The WINGS Survey: a progress report, G. Fasano et al., Mem.Soc.Ast.It. 74 (2003) 355, arXiv:astro-ph/0210172. SAIt Conference 2002.
[Fasano:2002nk]

11 - Experiment

[11-1]
Planck intermediate results. XLII. Large-scale Galactic magnetic fields, R. Adam et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 596 (2016) A103, arXiv:1601.00546.
[Adam:2016bgn]
[11-2]
Parallax of Galactic Cepheids from Spatially Scanning the Wide Field Camera 3 on the Hubble Space Telescope: The Case of SS Canis Majoris, Stefano Casertano et al., Astrophys.J. 825 (2016) 11, arXiv:1512.09371.
[Casertano:2015dso]
[11-3]
The XXL Survey VII: A supercluster of galaxies at z=0.43, E. Pompei et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A6, arXiv:1512.04359.
[Pompei:2015rhw]
[11-4]
The XXL Survey: XII. Optical spectroscopy of X-ray-selected clusters and the frequency of AGN in superclusters, E. Koulouridis et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A11, arXiv:1512.04342.
[Koulouridis:2015qtt]
[11-5]
The XXL Survey XI: ATCA 2.1 GHz continuum observations, Vernesa Smolcic et al., arXiv:1512.04322, 2015.
[1512.04322]
[11-6]
The XXL Survey: I. Scientific motivations - XMM-Newton observing plan - Follow-up observations and simulation programme, M. Pierre et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A1, arXiv:1512.04317.
[Pierre:2015cqe]
[11-7]
The XXL Survey. II. The bright cluster sample: catalogue and luminosity function, F. Pacaud et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A2, arXiv:1512.04264.
[Pacaud:2015oqr]
[11-8]
The XXL Survey X: K-band luminosity - weak-lensing mass relation for groups and clusters of galaxies, F. Ziparo et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A9, arXiv:1512.03903.
[Ziparo:2015dcv]
[11-9]
The XXL Survey IV. Mass-temperature relation of the bright cluster sample, Maggie Lieu et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A4, arXiv:1512.03857.
[Lieu:2015pit]
[11-10]
The XXL Survey III. Luminosity-temperature relation of the Bright Cluster Sample, P. A. Giles et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A3, arXiv:1512.03833.
[Giles:2015gtd]
[11-11]
The XXL Survey. XIII. Baryon content of the bright cluster sample, D. Eckert et al., Astron.Astrophys. 592 (2016) A12, arXiv:1512.03814.
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Three new low-energy resonances in the $^{22}$Ne(p,$\gamma$)$^{23}$Na reaction, F. Cavanna et al. (LUNA), Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 (2015) 252501, arXiv:1511.05329.
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The 31 Deg$^2$ Release of the Stripe 82 X-ray Survey: The Point Source Catalog, Stephanie M. LaMassa et al., Astrophys. J. 817 (2016) 172, arXiv:1510.00852.
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Planck intermediate results. XXXIV. The magnetic field structure in the Rosette Nebula, P. A. R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron. Astrophys. 586 (2016) A137, arXiv:1501.00922.
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[11-15]
The Revised IRAS-FSC Redshift Catalogue (RIFSCz), Lingyu Wang, Michael Rowan-Robinson, Peder Norberg, Sebastien Heinis, Jianxin Han, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 442 (2014) 2739, arXiv:1402.4991.
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Planck intermediate results. XV. A study of anomalous microwave emission in Galactic clouds, P. A. R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 565 (2014) A103, arXiv:1309.1357.
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Planck intermediate results. XIV. Dust emission at millimetre wavelengths in the Galactic plane, P. A. R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 564 (2014) A45, arXiv:1307.6815.
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Planck intermediate results. XIII. Constraints on peculiar velocities, P. A. R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. (2013), arXiv:1303.5090.
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[11-19]
Planck intermediate results. XII: Diffuse Galactic components in the Gould Belt System, P.A.R. Ade et al. (XXX), Astron.Astrophys. 557 (2013) A53, arXiv:1301.5839.
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Planck Intermediate Results. XI: The gas content of dark matter halos: the Sunyaev-Zeldovich-stellar mass relation for locally brightest galaxies, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 557 (2013) A52, arXiv:1212.4131.
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Planck intermediate results. VIII. Filaments between interacting clusters, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A134, arXiv:1208.5911.
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Planck Intermediate Results. IX. Detection of the Galactic haze with Planck, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 554 (2013) A139, arXiv:1208.5483.
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Planck Intermediate Results. X. Physics of the hot gas in the Coma cluster, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 554 (2013) A140, arXiv:1208.3611.
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Planck intermediate results. VII. Statistical properties of infrared and radio extragalactic sources from the Planck Early Release Compact Source Catalogue at frequencies between 100 and 857 GHz, Planck, Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) 133, arXiv:1207.4706.
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Planck Intermediate Results. V. Pressure profiles of galaxy clusters from the Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A131, arXiv:1207.4061.
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Planck intermediate results. VI: The dynamical structure of PLCKG214.6+37.0, a Planck discovered triple system of galaxy clusters, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A132, arXiv:1207.4009.
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Planck Intermediate Results. IV. The XMM-Newton validation programme for new Planck clusters, P.A.R. Ade et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A130, arXiv:1205.3376.
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Planck intermediate results. III. The relation between galaxy cluster mass and Sunyaev-Zeldovich signal, N. Aghanim et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A129, arXiv:1204.2743.
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Planck Intermediate Results II: Comparison of Sunyaev-Zeldovich measurements from Planck and from the Arcminute Microkelvin Imager for 11 galaxy clusters, Planck, et al. (AMI), Astron.Astrophys. 550 (2013) A128, arXiv:1204.1318.
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[11-30]
Planck Intermediate Results. I. Further validation of new Planck clusters with XMM-Newton, N. Aghanim et al. (Planck), Astron.Astrophys. 543 (2012) A102, arXiv:1112.5595.
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[11-31]
GEMINI 3D spectroscopy of BAL+IR+Fe II QSOs: II. IRAS 04505-2958 an explosive QSO with hypershell and a new scenario for galaxy formation and galaxy end, S. Lipari et al., Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 398 (2009) 658-700, arXiv:0901.3292.
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[11-32]
Discovery of an Unusual Optical Transient with the Hubble Space Telescope, K. Barbary et al., Astrophys. J. 690 (2009) 1358-1362, arXiv:0809.1648.
[Barbary:2008ge]
[11-33]
ESO Imaging survey: Optical Deep Public Survey, A. Mignano et al., Astron.Astrophys. 462 (2007) 553, arXiv:astro-ph/0608581.
[Mignano:2006vq]
[11-34]
The Millennium Galaxy Catalogue: a census of local compact galaxies, J. Liske et al., Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 369 (2006) 1547-1565, arXiv:astro-ph/0604211.
[Liske:2006ts]
[11-35]
First detection of a VHE gamma-ray spectral maximum from a cosmic source: HESS discovery of the Vela x nebula, F. Aharonian et al. (HESS), Astron. Astrophys. 448 (2006) L43-L47, arXiv:astro-ph/0601575.
[Aharonian:2006xx]
[11-36]
Discovery of a Cool Planet of 5.5 Earth Masses Through Gravitational Microlensing, J. -P. Beaulieu et al. (MOA), Nature 439 (2006) 437-440, arXiv:astro-ph/0601563.
[Beaulieu:2006xj]
[11-37]
The Fourth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, J.K. Adelman-McCarthy et al. (SDSS), Astrophys. J. Suppl. 162 (2006) 38, arXiv:astro-ph/0507711.
[AdelmanMcCarthy:2005se]
[11-38]
Lithium and Lithium Depletion in Halo Stars on Extreme Orbits, Ann Merchant Boesgaard, Alex Stephens, Constantine P. Deliyannis, Astrophys. J. 633 (2005) 398, arXiv:astro-ph/0507625.
[Boesgaard:2005xe]
[11-39]
Galaxy Luminosity Functions to z~1: DEEP2 vs. COMBO-17 and Implications for Red Galaxy Formation, S. M. Faber et al., Astrophys. J. 665 (2007) 265-294, arXiv:astro-ph/0506044.
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[11-40]
The DEEP2 Redshift Survey: The Galaxy Luminosity Function to z ~ 1, C. N. A. Willmer et al., Astrophys. J. 647 (2006) 853-873, arXiv:astro-ph/0506041.
[Willmer:2005fk]
[11-41]
Search for Extra-Terrestrial planets: The DARWIN mission - Target Stars and Array Architectures, Lisa Kaltenegger, arXiv:astro-ph/0504497, 2005.
[Kaltenegger:2005xk]
[11-42]
A powerful bursting radio source towards the Galactic Centre, Scott D. Hyman et al., Nature. 434 (2005) 50-52, arXiv:astro-ph/0503052.
[Hyman:2005ng]
[11-43]
A Dark Hydrogen Cloud in the Virgo Cluster, Robert Minchin et al., Astrophys. J. 622 (2005) L21, arXiv:astro-ph/0502312.
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[11-44]
The structure of the Galactic bar, C. Babusiaux, G. Gilmore, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 358 (2005) 1309, arXiv:astro-ph/0501383.
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[11-45]
Stars in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, N. Pirzkal et al., Astrophys. J. 622 (2005) 319, arXiv:astro-ph/0412097.
[Pirzkal:2004mr]
[11-46]
The Bologna Complete Sample of Nearby Radio Sources, G. Giovannini et al., Astrophys. J. 618 (2005) 635, arXiv:astro-ph/0409624.
[Giovannini:2004ie]
[11-47]
The Spitzer Space Telescope Mission, M. W. Werner et al., Astrophys. J. Suppl. 154 (2004) 1, arXiv:astro-ph/0406223.
[Werner:2004zk]
[11-48]
Discovery of Massive Evolved Galaxies at z > 3 in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, Hsiao-Wen Chen, Ron Marzke, Astrophys. J. 615 (2004) 603, arXiv:astro-ph/0405432.
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[11-49]
Early SPI/INTEGRAL measurements of galactic 511 keV line emission from positron annihilation, Pierre Jean et al., Astron. Astrophys. 407 (2003) L55, arXiv:astro-ph/0309484.
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[11-50]
The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey: Initial Results From Optical and Near-Infrared Imaging, M. Giavalisco et al. (GOODS), Astrophys. J. 600 (2004) L93, arXiv:astro-ph/0309105.
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[11-51]
The Torino Observatory Parallax Program: White Dwarf Candidates, R. L. Smart et al., Astron. Astrophys. 404 (2003) 317, arXiv:astro-ph/0303527.
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[11-52]
The Hubble Space Telescope WFPC2 B-Band Parallel Survey: A Study of Galaxy Morphology for 18 < B < 27 mag, Seth H. Cohen et al., Astron.J. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0301187.
[Cohen:2003eha]
[11-53]
SDSS Catalog of Stars in the Draco Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy, Heather A. Rave et al., Astrophys. J. Suppl. 145 (2003) 245, arXiv:astro-ph/0301185. To appear in ApJS 14 pages, 6 figures.
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[11-54]
A Survey of $z > 5.7$ Quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey II: Discovery of Three Additional Quasars at $z > 6$, Xiaohui Fan et al. (SDSS), Astron. J. 125 (2003) 1649, arXiv:astro-ph/0301135.
[Fan:2003wd]

12 - Experiment - Conference Proceedings

[12-1]
Astronomical Data Management, Ray Norris et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0611012, 2006. IAU GA 2006.
[Norris:2006iu]
[12-2]
Nucleosynthesis results from INTEGRAL, G. Weidenspointner, IAU Symp. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0601312. IAU 230, 'Populations of High Energy Sources in Galaxies', Aug. 14-19, 2005.
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[12-3]
SkyDOT (Sky Database for Objects in the Time Domain): A Virtual Observatory for Variability Studies at LANL, P. Wozniak et al., Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng. 4846 (2002) 147, arXiv:astro-ph/0210511. SPIE proceedings vol. 4846.
[Wozniak:2002zu]

13 - Phenomenology

[13-1]
Phantom: A smoothed particle hydrodynamics and magnetohydrodynamics code for astrophysics, Daniel J. Price et al., arXiv:1702.03930, 2017.
[Price:2017mwk]
[13-2]
Fluorine in the Solar neighborhood: No evidence for the neutrino process, H. Jonsson et al., arXiv:1612.04384, 2016.
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[13-3]
Magnetic helicity estimations in models and observations of the solar magnetic field. Part I: Finite volume methods, Gherardo Valori et al., arXiv:1610.02193, 2016.
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[13-4]
Trends in Nuclear Astrophysics, Hendrik Schatz, J. Phys. G43 (2016) 064001, arXiv:1606.00485.
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[13-5]
The Astronomical Reach of Fundamental Physics, Adam Burrows, Jeremiah P. Ostriker, Proc.Nat.Acad.Sci. 111 (2014) 2409, arXiv:1401.1814.
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[13-6]
How to see an antistar, A.D. Dolgov, V.A. Novikov, M.I. Vysotsky, JETP Lett. 98 (2013) 519-522, arXiv:1309.2746.
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[13-7]
Radioactivities in Low- and Intermediate-Mass Stars, Maria Lugaro, Alessandro Chieffi, Lect.Notes Phys. 218 (2011) 83-152, arXiv:1010.1304.
[Lugaro:2010ia]
[13-8]
Does the Universe Have a Handedness?, Michael J. Longo, arXiv:0812.3437, 2008.
[Longo:2008rj]
[13-9]
The Impact of Neutrino Magnetic Moments on the Evolution of Massive Stars, Alexander Heger, Alexander Friedland, Maurizio Giannotti, Vincenzo Cirigliano, Astrophys. J. 696 (2009) 608-619, arXiv:0809.4703.
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[13-10]
Gamma-ray spectrum of RX J1713.7-3946 in the Fermi era and future detection of neutrinos, Ryo Yamazaki, Kazunori Kohri, Hideaki Katagiri, Astron. Astrophys. 495 (2009) 9-13, arXiv:0806.3303.
[Yamazaki:2008fj]
[13-11]
Is There a Universal Mass Function?, Bruno Binggeli, Tatjana Hascher, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac. 119 (2007) 592, arXiv:0705.1599.
[Binggeli:2007xz]
[13-12]
Multimodal nested sampling: an efficient and robust alternative to MCMC methods for astronomical data analysis, Farhan Feroz, M.P. Hobson, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 384 (2008) 449, arXiv:0704.3704.
[Feroz:2007kg]
[13-13]
Bayesian Inference from Observations of Solar-Like Oscillations, Brendon J. Brewer, Timothy R. Bedding, Hans Kjeldsen, Dennis Stello, Astrophys. J. 654 (2006) 551-557, arXiv:astro-ph/0608571.
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[13-14]
Opening a New Window to Fundamental Physics and Astrophysics: X-ray Polarimetry, E. Costa et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0603399, 2006.
[Costa:2006cx]
[13-15]
Interferometric Parallax: A Method for Measurement of Astronomical Distances, Pankaj Jain, John P. Ralston, Astron. Astrophys. 484 (2008) 887-895, arXiv:astro-ph/0603265.
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[13-16]
Where are the 'Missing' Galactic Baryons?, Jesper Sommer-Larsen, Astrophys. J. 644 (2006) L1-L4, arXiv:astro-ph/0602595.
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[13-17]
Pluto's moon system: survey of the phase space I, I. Nagy, A. Suli, B. Erdi, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0602543.
[Nagy:2006ida]
[13-18]
Bayesian methods of astronomical source extraction, Richard S. Savage Seb Oliver, Astrophys. J. 661 (2007) 1339-1346, arXiv:astro-ph/0512597.
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[13-19]
On The Nature of the Compact Dark Mass at the Galactic Center, Avery E. Broderick, Ramesh Narayan, Astrophys. J. 638 (2006) L21, arXiv:astro-ph/0512211.
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[13-20]
Mesolensing: I. High Probability Lensing Without Large Optical Depth, Rosanne Di Stefano, Astrophys.J. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0511633.
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[13-21]
Non-thermal Cosmic Backgrounds from Blazars: the contribution to the CMB, X-ray and gamma-ray Backgrounds, P. Giommi et al., Astron. Astrophys. 445 (2006) 843, arXiv:astro-ph/0508034.
[Giommi:2005bp]
[13-22]
Constraints on the acceleration of the solar system from high-precision timing, Nadia L. Zakamska, Scott Tremaine, Astron. J. 130 (2005) 1939-1950, arXiv:astro-ph/0506548.
[Zakamska:2005hn]
[13-23]
The connection between shear and star formation in spiral galaxies, Marc S. Seigar, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0504529.
[Seigar:2005dd]
[13-24]
2dFGRS and SDSS Galaxy Group Density Profiles, Eugenia Diaz, Ariel Zandivarez, Manuel Merchan, Hernan Muriel, Astrophys. J. 629 (2005) 158, arXiv:astro-ph/0504457.
[Diaz:2005pu]
[13-25]
Lyman Alpha Flux Power Spectrum and Its Covariance, Hu Zhan, Romeel Dave, Daniel Eisenstein, Neal Katz, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 363 (2005) 1145, arXiv:astro-ph/0504419.
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[13-26]
Determination of Cepheid parameters by light-curve template-fitting, N. R. Tanvir et al., Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 363 (2005) 749, arXiv:astro-ph/0504408.
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[13-27]
Cosmological Three-Point Function: Testing The Halo Model Against Simulations, Pablo Fosalba, June Pan, Istvan Szapudi, Astrophys. J. 632 (2005) 29, arXiv:astro-ph/0504305.
[Fosalba:2005vj]
[13-28]
Neutron-Rich Nuclei in Heaven and Earth, B.G. Todd-Rutel, J. Piekarewicz, arXiv:nucl-th/0504034, 2005.
[ToddRutel:2005zz]
[13-29]
Pioneer anomaly? Gravitational pull due to the Kuiper belt, Jose A. de Diego, Dario Nunez, Jesus Zavala, Int. J. Mod. Phys. D15 (2006) 533-544, arXiv:astro-ph/0503368.
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[13-30]
The Millennium Galaxy Catalogue: the space density and surface brightness distribution(s) of galaxies, Simon P Driver et al., Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 360 (2005) 81, arXiv:astro-ph/0503228.
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[13-31]
A Fuzzy Logic Based Algorithm for Finding Astronomical Objects in Wide-Angle Frames, Lior Shamir, Robert J. Nemiroff, Publ.Astron.Soc.Austral. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0502548.
[Shamir:2005am]
[13-32]
Where Did The Moon Come From?, Edward Belbruno, J. Richard Gott III, Astron. J. 129 (2005) 1724-1745, arXiv:astro-ph/0405372.
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[13-33]
Two programs for studying stellar evolution and nuclear astrophysics, Theodore Liolios, Bulg.Astron.J. 11 (2009) 41, arXiv:astro-ph/0404070.
[Liolios:2004cr]
[13-34]
The bottleneck of the CNO burning and the age of the Globular Clusters, G. Imbriani et al., Astron. Astrophys. 420 (2004) 625, arXiv:astro-ph/0403071.
[Imbriani:2004fp]
[13-35]
Evidence For Axino Dark Matter In The Galactic Bulge, Dan Hooper, Lian-Tao Wang, Phys. Rev. D70 (2004) 063506, arXiv:hep-ph/0402220.
[Hooper:2004qf]
[13-36]
A Strong Test of Electro-Weak Theory using Pulsating DB White Dwarf Stars as Plasmon Neutrino Detectors, D.E. Winget et al., Astrophys. J. 602 (2004) L109, arXiv:astro-ph/0312303.
[Winget:2003xf]
[13-37]
A new paradigm for the universe (preliminary version), C. Rourke, arXiv:astro-ph/0311033, 2003.
[Rourke:2003wj]
[13-38]
Errors in equations for galaxy rotation speeds, K. F. Nicholson, arXiv:astro-ph/0309823, 2003.
[Nicholson:2003fg]
[13-39]
On the origin of X-ray Flashes, A. Dar, A. De Rujula, Astron. Astrophys. 422 (2004) 381, arXiv:astro-ph/0309294.
[Dado:2003xc]
[13-40]
Gamma-ray bursts as X-ray depth-gauges of the Universe, P. Meszaros, M.J. Rees, Astrophys. J. 591 (2003) L91, arXiv:astro-ph/0305115.
[Meszaros:2003xy]
[13-41]
Relationship Between Cepheid and Tully-Fisher Distance Calculations, J. C. Hodge, M. W. Castelaz, arXiv:astro-ph/0304030, 2003.
[Hodge:2003fh]
[13-42]
A Bayesian Analysis of the Cepheid Distance Scale, T. G. Barnes III et al., Astrophys. J. 592 (2003) 539, arXiv:astro-ph/0303656.
[Barnes:2003ar]
[13-43]
Quantitative Spectroscopy of Supergiants, Norbert Przybilla, Publ.Astron.Soc.Pac. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0301182.
[Przybilla:2003ca]
[13-44]
An Alternative to the Variation of the Fine Structure Constant, Mario Everaldo de Souza, arXiv:astro-ph/0301085, 2003.
[deSouza:2003ec]
[13-45]
Introducing GOLDMine: A new Galaxy Database on the WEB, G. Gavazzi et al., Astron. Astrophys. 400 (2003) 451, arXiv:astro-ph/0212257.
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[13-46]
Mirror matter in the solar system: New evidence for mirror matter from Eros, R. Foot, S. Mitra, Astropart. Phys. 19 (2003) 739, arXiv:astro-ph/0211067.
[Foot:2002xz]
[13-47]
The K correction, David W. Hogg, Ivan K. Baldry, Michael R. Blanton, Daniel J. Eisenstein, arXiv:astro-ph/0210394, 2002.
[Hogg:2002yh]
[13-48]
The Imprint of the Cosmic Dark Ages on the Near Infrared Background, R. Salvaterra, A. Ferrara, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 339 (2003) 973, arXiv:astro-ph/0210331.
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[13-49]
Neutral Beams from Blazar Jets, C. D. Dermer A. M. Atoyan, Astrophys. J. 586 (2003) 79, arXiv:astro-ph/0209231.
[Atoyan:2002gu]
[13-50]
The White Dwarf Cooling Sequence of the Globular Cluster Messier 4, B.M.S. Hansen et al., Astrophys. J. 574 (2002) L155-L158.
[Hansen-ApJ574-2002]
[13-51]
R-Process Abundances and Chronometers in Metal-poor Stars, J.J Cowan et al., Astrophys. J. 521 (1999) 194-205.
[Cowan-ApJ521-1999]
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Younger and Brighter - New Distances to Globular Clusters Based on HIPPARCOS Parallax Measurements of Local Subdwarfs, I.N. Reid, Astrophys. J. 114 (1997) 161. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-bib_query?bibcode=1997AJ....114..161R&db_key=AST.
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[13-53]
Perspects in astrophysical databases, M. Frailis, A. De Angelis, V. Roberto, arXiv:cs.DB/0402016, 20cs.
[cs-DB/0402016]
[13-54]
Self-Organising Networks for Classification: developing Applications to Science Analysis for Astroparticle Physics, A. De Angelis, P. Boinee, M. Frailis, E. Milotti, arXiv:cs.NE/0402014, 20cs.
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14 - Phenomenology - Conference Proceedings

[14-1]
Prospects for unseen planets beyond Neptune, Renu Malhotra, arXiv:1711.03444, 2017. Serendipities in the Solar System and Beyond, celebrating Wing-Huen Ip's 70th birthday, at the Institute of Astronomy, National Central University, Taiwan, July 2017.
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[14-2]
On the anomalous increase of the lunar eccentricity, Lorenzo Iorio, arXiv:1105.4863, 2011. 46th Rencontres de Moriond. Gravitational Waves and Experimental Gravity. 20-27 March 2011, La Thuile, Val d'Aosta, Italy.
[Iorio:2011ne]
[14-3]
Steps towards a map of the nearby universe, R. d'Abrusco et al., Nucl. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 168 (2007) 299-301, arXiv:astro-ph/0701135. NOW-2006 (Neutrino Oscillation Workshop - 2006).
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[14-4]
Classical nova explosions, Margarita Hernanz, ASP Conf.Ser. (2004), arXiv:astro-ph/0412333. 'The Astrophysics of Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects', Strasbourg, France, 11-16 July 2004.
[Hernanz:2004zs]
[14-5]
Beta, Local SNIa data and the Great Attractor, John Lucey, David Radburn-Smith, Mike Hudson, ASP Conf.Ser. (2004), arXiv:astro-ph/0412329.
[Lucey:2004zn]
[14-6]
Light Elements in Main Sequence Stars: Li, Be, B, C, O, Ann Merchant Boesgaard, ASP Conf.Ser. 336 (2005) 39-54, arXiv:astro-ph/0412198. Lambert Symposium: 'Cosmic Abundances as records of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis'.
[Boesgaard:2004bq]
[14-7]
Population synthesis in astrophysics, S.B. Popov, M.E. Prokhorov, Phys. Usp. 50 (2007) 1123-1146, arXiv:astro-ph/0411792. Helmholtz International Summer School and Workshop on Hot points in Astrophysics and Cosmology.
[Popov:2004gw]
[14-8]
Compact stars in the standard model - and beyond, F. Sandin, Eur. Phys. J. C40 (2005) 15, arXiv:astro-ph/0410407. 42nd course of the international school of subnuclear physics, 'How and where to go beyond the standard model', Erice, Aug. 29 - Sep. 7, 2004.
[Sandin:2004kb]
[14-9]
Parity Violation in Astrophysics, C. J. Horowitz, Eur. Phys. J. A24S2 (2005) 167, arXiv:nucl-th/0410074. PAVI04 conference in Grenoble, France.
[Horowitz:2004pc]
[14-10]
Conference Summary: AGN Physics with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Patrick B. Hall, Gordon T. Richards, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac. 116 (2004) 593, arXiv:astro-ph/0405404.
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[14-11]
From Reference Frames to Relativistic Experiments: Absolute and Relative Radio Astrometry, E. B. Fomalont, EAS Publ.Ser. 15 (2005) 131, arXiv:astro-ph/0404080. JENAM meeting in Budapest, 27-30 August 2003.
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[14-12]
AGN Unification: An Update, C. Megan Urry, ASP Conf.Ser. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0312545. Princeton meeting on 'AGN Physics with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey' (July 2003).
[Urry:2003hq]
[14-13]
Evidence for the Black Hole Event Horizon, R. Narayan, Astron.Geophys. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0310692. George Darwin Lecture presented at the Royal Astronomical Society, London, 13 December 2002.
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[14-14]
Astrophysical constraints on hypothetical variability of fundamental constants, Sergei A. Levshakov, Lect. Notes Phys. 648 (2004) 151, arXiv:astro-ph/0309817. 302 WE-Heraeus-Seminar on Astrophysics, Clocks and Fundamental Constants (16-18 June 2003: Bad Honnef, Germany).
[Levshakov:2003fa]
[14-15]
Cosmic rays, stellar evolution, and supernova physics, Peter L. Biermann, New Astron. Rev. 48 (2004) 41, arXiv:astro-ph/0309810. 'Astronomy With Radioactivities IV - Filling the Sensitivty Gap in MEV Astronomy', Seeon Conference, Bavaria, Germany, May 2003.
[Biermann:2003et]
[14-16]
TeV Blazars - Observations and Models, Henric Krawczynski, New Astron. Rev. 48 (2004) 367, arXiv:astro-ph/0309443. '2nd VERITAS Symposium on TeV Astrophysics of Extragalactic Sources', April 24-26, 2003, Chicago.
[Krawczynski:2003sw]
[14-17]
Strange Quark Matter in Neutron Stars? - New Results from Chandra and XMM, Markus H. Thoma, Joachim Truemper, Vadim Burwitz, J. Phys. G30 (2004) S471, arXiv:astro-ph/0305249. SQM 2003.
[Thoma:2003xq]
[14-18]
White Dwarf Rotation: Observations and Theory, Steven D. Kawaler, arXiv:astro-ph/0301539, 2003. IAU Symposium #215 - Stellar Rotation (November 2002).
[Kawaler:2003sr]
[14-19]
The First Sources of Light, Volker Bromm, Abraham Loeb, Aip Conf. Proc. 666 (2003) 73, arXiv:astro-ph/0301406. 13th Annual October Astrophysics Conference in Maryland, 'The Emergence of Cosmic Structure', College Park, October 2002.
[Bromm:2003rx]
[14-20]
Implications of Ultrahigh Energy Air Showers for Physics and Astrophysics, F. W. Stecker, arXiv:astro-ph/0207629, 2002.
[Stecker:2002xh]
[14-21]
$\alpha$:a constant that is not a constant?, B. Ricci G. Fiorentini, arXiv:astro-ph/0207390, 2002. ESO-CERN-ESA Symposium on Astronomy, Cosmology and Fundamental Physics, Garching bei Munchen, Germany March 4-7, 2002.
[Fiorentini:2002kx]

15 - Phenomenology - Active Galactic Nuclei

[15-1]
How are AGN Found?, Richard Mushotzky, Astrophys.Space Sci.Libr. 308 (2004) 53, arXiv:astro-ph/0405144.
[Mushotzky:2004bu]
[15-2]
The wavelength dependence of polarization in active galactic nuclei, F.V.Prigara, arXiv:astro-ph/0304243, 2003.
[Prigara:2003ea]
[15-3]
The Host Galaxies of AGN, Guinevere Kauffmann et al. (SDSS), Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 346 (2003) 1055, arXiv:astro-ph/0304239.
[Kauffmann:2003dw]

16 - Theory

[16-1]
Dynamics, nucleosynthesis, and kilonova signature of black hole - neutron star merger ejecta, Rodrigo Fernandez et al., Class.Quant.Grav. 34 (2017) 154001, arXiv:1612.04829.
[Fernandez:2016sbf]
[16-2]
Expanded calculation of weak-interaction mediated neutrino cooling rates due to $^{56}$Ni in stellar matter, Jameel-Un Nabi, Phys.Scripta 81 (2010) 025901, arXiv:1408.3489.
[Nabi:2014rqa]
[16-3]
R-process nucleosynthesis calculations with complete nuclear physics input, I. Petermann et al., Phys. Rev. C81 (2010) 014308, arXiv:0812.0968.
[Petermann:2008cj]
[16-4]
Microphysical dissipation, turbulence and magnetic fields in hyper-accreting discs, Elena M. Rossi, Philip J. Armitage, Kristen Menou, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 391 (2008) 922, arXiv:0807.3547.
[Rossi:2008xw]
[16-5]
Why is the Zel'dovich Approximation so Accurate?, A. Yoshisato, M. Morikawa, N. Gouda, H. Mouri, Astrophys. J. 637 (2006) 555, arXiv:astro-ph/0510107.
[Yoshisato:2005ks]

17 - Theory - Conference Proceedings

[17-1]
Gravitational Structure Formation, Francesco Sylos Labini, Thierry Baertschiger, arXiv:astro-ph/0511655, 2005. 'Few-Body Problem: Theory and Computer Simulations A Workshop in celebration of the 60th Birthday of Professor Mauri Valtonen.
[Labini:2005ma]
[17-2]
Nonextensive statistical effects on nuclear astrophysics and many-body problems, A. Lavagno, P. Quarati, arXiv:nucl-th/0504080, 2005. X Convegno su Problemi di Fisica Nucleare Teorica.
[Lavagno:2005ge]

18 - Theory - Star Formation

[18-1]
The Jeans mass and the origin of the knee in the IMF, I. A. Bonnell, C. J. Clarke, M. R. Bate, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 368 (2006) 1296, arXiv:astro-ph/0603444.
[Bonnell:2006ht]
[18-2]
Galaxy Star-Formation as a Function of Environment in the Early Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Percy Gomez et al. (The SDSS), Astrophys. J. 584 (2003) 210, arXiv:astro-ph/0210193.
[Gomez:2002be]
[18-3]
Star Formation from Galaxies to Globules, Bruce G. Elmegreen, Astrophys. J. 577 (2002) 206, arXiv:astro-ph/0207114.
[Elmegreen:2002kd]

19 - Theory - Stars

[19-1]
Cumulative physical uncertainty in modern stellar models I. The case of low-mass stars, G. Valle, M. Dell'Omodarme, P. G. Prada Moroni, S. Degl'Innocenti, A&A, 549, A50 (2013), arXiv:1211.0706.
[Valle:2012ex]
[19-2]
The chemical composition of White Dwarfs as a test of convective efficiency during core He-burning, Oscar Straniero, Inma Dominguez, Gianluca Imbriani, Luciano Piersanti, Astrophys. J. 583 (2003) 878, arXiv:astro-ph/0210191.
[Straniero:2002pf]

20 - Theory - Stars - Conference Proceedings

[20-1]
Continuum Equations for Stellar Dynamics, Edward A. Spiegel, Jean-Luc Thiffeault, arXiv:astro-ph/0210185, 2002. Chateau de Mons meeting in honour of Douglas Gough's 60th birthday.
[Spiegel:2002nz]

21 - Theory - Neutron Stars

[21-1]
Nucleation rate of color superconducting droplets in protoneutron stars, T. A. S. do Carmo, G. Lugones, A. G. Grunfeld, J. Phys. G40 (2013) 035201, arXiv:1301.3483. to appear in J. Phys. G.
[Carmo:2013fr]
[21-2]
The importance of cooling in triggering the collapse of hypermassive neutron stars, Vasileios Paschalidis, Zachariah B. Etienne, Stuart L. Shapiro, Phys. Rev. D86 (2012) 064032, arXiv:1208.5487.
[Paschalidis:2012ff]
[21-3]
Nonextensive statistical effects in protoneutron stars, A. Lavagno, D. Pigato, Eur. Phys. J. A47 (2011) 52, arXiv:1103.3790.
[Lavagno:2011zm]
[21-4]
The impact of magnetic field on the thermal evolution of neutron stars, Deborah N. Aguilera, Jose A. Pons, Juan A. Miralles, Astrophys. J. 673 (2008) L167, arXiv:0712.1353.
[Aguilera:2007dy]
[21-5]
Neutron Star Observations: Prognosis for Equation of State Constraints, James M. Lattimer, Maddapa Prakash, Phys. Rept. 442 (2007) 109-165, arXiv:astro-ph/0612440.
[Lattimer:2006xb]
[21-6]
Heating in the Accreted Neutron Star Ocean: Implications for Superburst Ignition, Sanjib Gupta et al., Astrophys. J. 662 (2007) 1188-1197, arXiv:astro-ph/0609828.
[Gupta:2006fd]
[21-7]
Cosmological Gravitational Wave Background from Phase Transitions in Neutron Stars, Guenter Sigl, JCAP 0604 (2006) 002, arXiv:astro-ph/0602345.
[Sigl:2006ur]
[21-8]
Towards a self-consistent relativistic model of the exterior gravitational field of rapidly rotating neutron stars, Matthias Stute, Max Camenzind, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 336 (2002) 831, arXiv:astro-ph/0301466.
[Stute:2003aj]
[21-9]
Nuclear and Neutron Star Radii, S. Schramm, Phys. Lett. B560 (2003) 164, arXiv:nucl-th/0210053.
[Schramm:2002xa]
[21-10]
Effects of Differential Rotation on the Maximum Mass of Neutron Stars, Nicholas D. Lyford, Thomas W. Baumgarte, Stuart L. Shapiro, Astrophys. J. 583 (2003) 410, arXiv:gr-qc/0210012.
[Lyford:2002ip]
[21-11]
A new mechanism of neutron star radiation, Anatoly A. Svidzinsky, arXiv:cond-mat/0105466, 2001.
[Svidzinsky:2001pu]
[21-12]
The Neutron Star and Black Hole Initial Mass Function, F. X. Timmes, S. E. Woosley, Thomas A. Weaver, Astrophys. J. 457 (1996) 834, arXiv:astro-ph/9510136.
[Timmes:1995kp]
[21-13]
On the theory of stars, L. D. Landau, Phys. Z. Sowjetunion 1 (1932) 285.
[Landau-1932]

22 - Theory - Neutron Stars - Conference Proceedings

[22-1]
Dense hadronic matter in neutron stars, Giuseppe Pagliara, Alessandro Drago, Andrea Lavagno, Daniele Pigato, Acta Phys.Polon.Supp. 7 (2014) 451, arXiv:1404.6070. Excited QCD 2014, 2-8 February, Bjelasnica Mountain, Sarajevo.
[Pagliara:2014gja]
[22-2]
Entropy, Disequilibrium and Complexity in Compact Stars: An information theory approach to understand their Composition, Marcio G B de Avellar, Jorge E Horvath, arXiv:1308.1033, 2013. Compact Stars in the QCD Phase Diagram III (CSQCD III), December 12-15, 2012, Guaruja, Brazil.
[deAvellar:2013lsa]
[22-3]
Neutron Stars in a Chiral Model with Finite Temperature, V. Dexheimer, S. Schramm, H. Stoecker, J. Phys. G35 (2008) 014060, arXiv:0708.0502. Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics III.
[Dexheimer:2007df]
[22-4]
Neutron star cooling, D. G. Yakovlev et al., Nucl. Phys. A752 (2005) 590, arXiv:astro-ph/0409751. International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPS2004) (Goeteborg, Sweden, June 27 - July 2, 2004).
[Yakovlev:2004yr]
[22-5]
Physical Processes in Strong Magnetic Fields of Neutron Stars, Alice K. Harding, arXiv:astro-ph/0304120, 2003. Pulsars, AXPs and SGRs Observed with BeppoSAX and Other Observatories, Marsala, Sicily, Sept. 2002.
[Harding:2003cx]

23 - Theory - Quark Stars

[23-1]
Effect of electric field of the electrosphere on photon emission from quark stars, B.G. Zakharov, Phys. Lett. B690 (2010) 250-254, arXiv:1003.5779.
[Zakharov:2010yz]

24 - Theory - Planets

[24-1]
A model of the internal structure of Titan: first results, G. Pavicic; V. Celebonovic, arXiv:astro-ph/0501368, 2005.
[Pavicic:2005yt]

25 - Theory - Galaxy Formation

[25-1]
Cosmic ray feedback in hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation, Martin Jubelgas, Volker Springel, Torsten A. Ensslin, Christoph Pfrommer, Astron.Astrophys. (2006), arXiv:astro-ph/0603485.
[Jubelgas:2006mu]
[25-2]
Cosmic ray physics in calculations of cosmological structure formation, Torsten A. Ensslin, Christoph Pfrommer, Volker Springel, Martin Jubelgas, Astron. Astrophys. 473 (2007) 41-57, arXiv:astro-ph/0603484.
[Ensslin:2006mt]

26 - Theory - Quasars

[26-1]
Black Holes in Galaxy Mergers: Evolution of Quasars, Philip F. Hopkins et al., Astrophys. J. 630 (2005) 705, arXiv:astro-ph/0504190.
[Hopkins:2005ms]

27 - Theory - Pulsars

[27-1]
The spin period - eccentricity relation of double neutron stars: evidence for weak supernova kicks?, J D M Dewi, Ph Podsiadlowski, O R Pols, Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. Lett. 363 (2005) L71-L80, arXiv:astro-ph/0507628.
[Dewi:2005xh]
[27-2]
Formation of an evanescent proto-neutron star binary and the origin of pulsar kicks, Ira Wasserman Monica Colpi, Astrophys. J. 581 (2002) 1271, arXiv:astro-ph/0207327.
[Colpi:2002cu]

28 - Theory - Black Holes

[28-1]
Jet Formation in Black Hole Accretion Systems II: Numerical Models, Jonathan C. McKinney, Astrophys.J. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0506369.
[McKinney:2005zy]
[28-2]
Jet Formation in Black Hole Accretion Systems I: Theoretical Unification Model, Jonathan C. McKinney, Astrophys.J. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0506368.
[McKinney:2005zx]

29 - History

[29-1]
A Life of Fun Playing With Solar Magnetic Fields (Special Historical Review), E.R. Priest, arXiv:1405.3481, 2014.
[1405.3481]
[29-2]
Keepers of the Double Stars, Joseph S. Tenn, JHEP 1304 (2013) 129, arXiv:1304.5494.
[Chimento:2012mg]
[29-3]
An Historical View: The Discovery of Voids in the Galaxy Distribution, Laird A. Thompson, Stephen A. Gregory, arXiv:1109.1268, 2011.
[Thompson:2011dc]
[29-4]
Korean Nova Records in A.D. 1073 and A.D. 1074: R Aquarii, Hong-Jin Yang, Myeong-Gu Park, Se-Hyung Cho, Changbom Park, Astron. Astrophys. 435 (2005) 207, arXiv:astro-ph/0501331.
[Yang:2005ny]
[29-5]
Solar Oblateness from Archimedes to Dicke, Costantino Sigismondi, Pietro Oliva, Adv.Theor.Math.Phys. 9 (2005) 129-172, arXiv:physics/0501083.
[Isenberg:2005xp]
[29-6]
A concise review of the Iranian calendar, M. Heydari-Malayeri, arXiv:astro-ph/0409620, 2004.
[HeydariMalayeri:2004ia]
[29-7]
Density-Wave Spiral Theories in the 1960s. II, I.I. Pasha, arXiv:astro-ph/0406143, 2004.
[Pasha:2004km]
[29-8]
Density-Wave Spiral Theories in the 1960s. I, I.I. Pasha, arXiv:astro-ph/0406142, 2004.
[Pasha:2004kk]
[29-9]
Halley of 87 BC on the Coins of Armenian King Tigranes?, V.G.Gurzadyan, R.Vardanyan, Phys. Rev. D71 (2005) 017301, arXiv:physics/0405073.
[Latimer:2004hd]
[29-10]
Optical Astronomy in Post-Apartheid South Africa: 1994 to 2004, Patricia Whitelock, arXiv:astro-ph/0403373, 2004.
[Whitelock:2004hg]
[29-11]
Digitatio and Scientific Exploitation of the Italian and Vatican Astronomical Plate Archives, Cesare Barbieri et al., Exper. Astron. 15 (2003) 29, arXiv:astro-ph/0401200.
[Barbieri:2004nj]
[29-12]
History of Astrophysics in Antarctica - A Brief Overview, Balthasar T. Indermuehle, Michael G. Burton, Sarah T. Maddison, ASP Conf.Ser. (2003), arXiv:astro-ph/0309124.
[Indermuehle:2003te]
[29-13]
Fred Hoyle: Contributions to the Theory of Galaxy Formation, G. Efstathiou, arXiv:astro-ph/0303623, 2003.
[Efstathiou:2003rn]

30 - Sociology

[30-1]
What do astrophysics and the world's oldest profession have in common?, Martin Lopez-Corredoira, arXiv:astro-ph/0310368, 2003.
[LopezCorredoira:2003rs]

31 - Astrobiology

[31-1]
On the Habitability of Our Universe, Abraham Loeb, arXiv:1606.08926, 2016.
[Loeb:2016vdd]
[31-2]
Galactic Gradients, Postbiological Evolution and the Apparent Failure of SETI, Milan M. Cirkovic, Robert J. Bradbury, New Astron. 11 (2006) 628-639, arXiv:astro-ph/0506110.
[Cirkovic:2005rt]
[31-3]
Too Early? On the Apparent Conflict of Astrobiology and Cosmology, Milan M. Cirkovic, Biol. Phil. 21 (2006) 369-379, arXiv:astro-ph/0505006.
[Cirkovic:2005me]
[31-4]
"Permanence" - An Adaptationist Solution to Fermi's Paradox?, Milan M. Cirkovic, J.Br.Interplanet.Soc. 58 (2005) 62, arXiv:astro-ph/0408521.
[Cirkovic:2004ka]

32 - Education

[32-1]
An Online Tutor for Astronomy: The GEAS Self-Review Library, Nicole P. Vogt, Amy Smith Muise, arXiv:1505.00050, 2015.
[1505.00050]
[32-2]
Extrasolar Planets in the Classroom, Samuel J. George, Phys. Educ. 46 (2011) 403-406, arXiv:1103.5690.
[George:2011nn]
[32-3]
Compact Stars for Undergraduates, Irina Sagert, Matthias Hempel, Carsten Greiner, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich, Eur. J. Phys. 27 (2006) 577, arXiv:astro-ph/0506417.
[Sagert:2005fw]

33 - Education - Conference Proceedings

[33-1]
The Road Less Traveled: Non-traditional Ways of Communicating Astronomy with the Public, Michael J. West, arXiv:physics/0508183, 2005. Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2005.
[West:2005mq]

34 - Future Experiments

[34-1]
The Synoptic All-Sky Infrared (SASIR) Survey, Joshua S. Bloom et al., arXiv:0905.1965, 2009.
[Bloom:2009dc]
[34-2]
The Next Generation of Photo-Detectors for Particle Astrophysics, Robert G. Wagner et al., arXiv:0904.3565, 2009.
[Wagner:2009mw]
[34-3]
Galaxy Evolution and Cosmology with the Square Kilometre Array, S. Rawlings et al., New Astron. Rev. 48 (2004) 1013, arXiv:astro-ph/0409479.
[Rawlings:2004wk]
[34-4]
Nanoengineered Astronomical Optics, E.F. Borra et al., Astron. Astrophys. 419 (2004) 777, arXiv:astro-ph/0304104.
[Borra:2003cf]
[34-5]
The LXeGRIT Compton Telescope Prototype: Current Status and Future Prospects, E. Aprile et al., Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng. 4851 (2003) 1196, arXiv:astro-ph/0212005.
[Aprile:2002cc]
[34-6]
The Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA), Alwyn Wootten, Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng. 4837 (2003) 110, arXiv:astro-ph/0209630.
[Wootten:2002nf]

35 - Future Experiments - Conference Proceedings

[35-1]
Liverpool Telescope 2: a new robotic facility for time domain astronomy in 2020+, C.M. Copperwheat et al., Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng. 9145 (2014) 11, arXiv:1408.1403. SPIE Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation 2014, conference 9145 (Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes V).
[Copperwheat:2014ioa]
[35-2]
High-energy Astrophysics and the Virtual Observatory, P. Padovani, Astron.Astrophys. (2005), arXiv:astro-ph/0507594. Workshop 'Multifrequency Behaviour of High Energy Cosmic Sources', Vulcano, Italy, May 2005.
[Padovani:2005pv]
[35-3]
Prospects in space-based Gamma-Ray Astronomy, J\"urgen Kn\"odlseder, Exper. Astron. 20 (2005) 3-13, arXiv:astro-ph/0506477. 39th ESLAB Symposium.
[Knodlseder:2005tk]
[35-4]
The South Pole Telescope, SPT (The SPT), Proc. SPIE Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. 5498 (2004) 11, arXiv:astro-ph/0411122. SPIE conference, June 21-25, 2004.
[Ruhl:2004kv]
[35-5]
Large Radio Astronomy: next 70 Years Step, Yu. N. Parijskij, arXiv:astro-ph/0311359, 2003. JENAM-2003.
[Parijskij:2003fb]
[35-6]
Accelerator Experiments for Astrophysics, J. S. T. Ng, arXiv:astro-ph/0310625, 2003. Joint 28th ICFA Workshop on Quantum Aspects of Beam Physics, Hiroshima, Japan, Jan. 7-11, 2003.
[Ng:2003vc]
[35-7]
When you wish upon a star: Future developments in astronomical VLBI, M. A. Garrett, ASP Conf.Ser. 306 (2003) 3, arXiv:astro-ph/0301355. ASP Conf. series - 'New Technologies for VLBI'.
[Garrett:2003ei]
[35-8]
Toward Ultra Short Gamma Ray Burst Ground Based Detection, SGARFACE status, S. LeBohec, F. Krennrich, G. Sleege, arXiv:astro-ph/0212267, 2002. The Universe Viewed in Gamma-Rays.
[LeBohec:2002hq]
[35-9]
Prospects for High Energy Studies of Pulsars with the AGILE Gamma-Ray Telescope, A. Pellizzoni et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0212202, 2002. 34th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, E1.4, 'High Energy Studies of Supernova Remnants and Neutron Stars'.
[Pellizzoni:2002ys]
[35-10]
Optimising GAIA: How do we meet the science challenge?, G. Gilmore, ASP Conf.Ser. (2002), arXiv:astro-ph/0212027. Monte Rosa Conference 'GAIA Spectroscopy, Science and Technology'.
[Gilmore:2002da]
[35-11]
Five Years at the Movies, N. W. Evans, V. Belokurov, arXiv:astro-ph/0212014, 2002. Third Sakharov Conference.
[Evans:2002cm]
[35-12]
The ROTSE-III Robotic Telescope System, C. W. Akerlof et al., Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac. 115 (2003) 132-140, arXiv:astro-ph/0210238.
[Akerlof:2002xu]
[35-13]
Scientific goals of the UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey, Steve Warren, Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng. 4836 (2002) 313, arXiv:astro-ph/0210231. SPIE Conference `Survey and Other Telescope Technologies and Discoveries.
[Warren:2002xm]
[35-14]
The Extra-Solar Planet Imager (ESPI), P. Nisenson et al., ASP Conf.Ser. 294 (2003) 633, arXiv:astro-ph/0210046. P.A.S.P. Proceedings of Carnegie Meeting on Scientific Frontiers in Research on Extrasolar Planets.
[Nisenson:2002yh]

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