About this collection

Recent Submissions

  • The Gaia-ESO Survey: double-, triple-, and quadruple-line spectroscopic binary candidates 

    Merle, T; Van Eck, S; Jorissen, A; Van der Swaelmen, M; Masseron, T; Zwitter, T; Hatzidimitriou, D et al. (2017-12-12)
    Context. The Gaia -ESO Survey (GES) is a large spectroscopic survey that provides a unique opportunity to study the distribution of spectroscopic multiple systems among di ff erent populations of the Galaxy. Aims. Our aim ...
  • Galaxy halo expansions: a new biorthogonal family of potential-density pairs 

    Lilley, EJ; Sanders, Jason Lloyd; Evans, Neil Wyn; Erkal, D
    Efficient expansions of the gravitational field of (dark) haloes have two main uses in the modelling of galaxies: first, they provide a compact representation of numerically-constructed (or real) cosmological haloes, incorporating ...
  • High-redshift Extremely Red Quasars in X-Rays 

    Goulding, Andy D; Zakamska, Nadia L; Alexandroff, Rachael M; Assef, Roberto J; Banerji, Mandakranta; Hamann, Fred; Wylezalek, Dominika et al.
    Quasars may have played a key role in limiting the stellar mass of massive galaxies. Identifying those quasars in the process of removing star formation fuel from their hosts is an exciting ongoing challenge in extragalactic ...
  • Analysis of the Herschel DEBRIS Sun-like star sample 

    Sibthorpe, B; Kennedy, GM; Wyatt, Mark Charles; Lestrade, J-F; Greaves, JS; Matthews, BC; Duchene, G (Oxford University Press, 2018-04-11)
    This paper presents a study of circumstellar debris around Sun-like stars using data from the Herschel DEBRIS Key Programme. DEBRIS is an unbiased survey comprising the nearest ∼90 stars of each spectral type A-M. Analysis ...

View more