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  • A strongly truncated inner accretion disk in the Rapid Burster 

    Eijnden, JVD; Bagnoli, T; Degenaar, N; Lohfink, AM; Parker, ML; Zand, JJMIT; Fabian, AC (Oxford University Press, 2017-03-01)
    The neutron star (NS) low-mass X-ray binary (LMXB) the Rapid Burster (RB; MXB 1730-335) uniquely shows both Type I and Type II X-ray bursts. The origin of the latter is ill-understood but has been linked to magnetospheric ...
  • Gaia data release 1, the photometric data 

    Leeuwen, FV; Evans, DW; Angeli, FD; Jordi, C; Busso, G; Cacciari, C; Riello, M et al. (EDP Sciences, 2017-03)
    CONTEXT. This paper presents an overview of the photometric data that are part of the first Gaia data release. AIMS. The principles of the processing and the main characteristics of the Gaia photometric data are presented. ...
  • A Mechanism for Stimulating AGN Feedback by Lifting Gas in Massive Galaxies 

    McNamara, BR; Russell, HR; Nulsen, PEJ; Hogan, MT; Fabian, AC; Pulido, F; Edge, AC (Institute of Physics, 2016-10-14)
    Observation shows that nebular emission, molecular gas, and young stars in giant galaxies are associated with rising X-ray bubbles inflated by radio jets launched from nuclear black holes. We propose a model where molecular ...
  • The quiescent intracluster medium in the core of the Perseus cluster 

    Aharonian, F; Akamatsu, H; Akimoto, F; Allen, SW; Anabuki, N; Angelini, L; Arnaud, K et al. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-07-06)
    Clusters of galaxies are the most massive gravitationally bound objects in the Universe and are still forming. They are thus important probes of cosmological parameters and many astrophysical processes. However, knowledge ...

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