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作者:Shao-Peng Tang , Hao Wang , Yuan-Zhu Wang ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:The discovery of gravitational waves from compact objects coalescence opens a brand-new window to observe the universe. With more events being detected in the future, statistical examinations would be essential to better understand the underlying astrophysical processes. In ...
作者:Grzegorz Kowal , Diego A. Falceta-Gonçalves , Alex Lazarian ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:Over the last few years it became clear that turbulent magnetic reconnection and magnetized turbulence are inseparable. It was not only shown that reconnection is responsible for violating the frozen-in condition in turbulence, but also that stochastic reconnection in 3D gen...
作者:Riley M. T. Connors , Javier A. García , Thomas Dauser ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:We explore the accretion properties of the black hole X-ray binary XTE J1550−564 during its outbursts in 1998/99 and 2000. We model the disk, corona, and reflection components of X-ray spectra taken with the Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer, using the relxill suite of reflection ...
作者:S. J. Houston , D. B. Jess , R. Keppens ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:The formation of shocks within the solar atmosphere remains one of the few observable signatures of energy dissipation arising from the plethora of magnetohydrodynamic waves generated close to the solar surface. Active region observations offer exceptional views of wave beha...
作者:Axel Runnholm , Matthew Hayes , Jens Melinder ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:Understanding the production and escape of Lyα radiation from star-forming galaxies is a long-standing problem in astrophysics. The ability to predict the Lyα luminosity of galaxies would open up new ways of exploring the epoch of reionization (EOR) and estimating Lyα emissi...
作者:M. G. Aartsen , M. Ackermann , J. Adams ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:During the first three flights of the Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) experiment, the collaboration detected several neutrino candidates. Two of these candidate events were consistent with an ultra-high-energy upgoing air shower and compatible with a tau neutri...
作者:Benoit Côté , Samuel Jones , Falk Herwig ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:We analyze the production of the element Cr in galactic chemical evolution (GCE) models using the NuGrid nucleosynthesis yields set. We show that the unusually large [Cr/Fe] abundance at [Fe/H] ≈ 0 reported by previous studies using those yields and predicted by our Milky Wa...
作者:E. Santamaría , M. A. Guerrero , G. Ramos-Larios ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:Nova shells can provide important information on their distance, their interactions with circumstellar and interstellar media, and the evolution in morphology of the ejecta. We have obtained narrowband images of a sample of five nova shells, namely DQ Her, FH Ser, T Aur, V47...
作者:Dongwoo T. Chung , Marco P. Viero , Sarah E. Church ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:We combine recent simulation work on the SFR–[C ii] correlation at high redshift with empirical modeling of the galaxy–halo connection (via UniverseMachine) to forecast [C ii] auto power spectra from z ~ 4 to z ~ 8. We compare these to sensitivities realistically expected fr...
作者:J’Neil Cottle , Evan Scannapieco , Marcus Brüggen ...
来源:[J].The Astrophysical Journal(IF 6.733), 2020, Vol.892 (1)
摘要:Motivated by observations of outflowing galaxies, we investigate the combined impact of magnetic fields and radiative cooling on the evolution of cold clouds embedded in a hot wind. We perform a collection of three-dimensional adaptive mesh refinement, magnetohydrodynamical ...

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