Monthly Archives: January 2013

Monday 01/28/2013

The Exceptional Soft X-ray Halo of the Galaxy Merger NGC 6240 Authors: Emanuele Nardini, Junfeng Wang, Giuseppina Fabbiano, Martin Elvis, Silvia Pellegrini, Guido Risaliti, Margarita Karovska, Andreas Zezas (Submitted on 24 Jan 2013) Abstract: We report on a recent ~150-ks … Continue reading

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Wednesday 30th Jan 2013

arXiv:1301.6884 A Detailed Study of the Radio–FIR Correlation in NGC6946 with Herschel-PACS/SPIRE from KINGFISH F. S. Tabatabaei, E. Schinnerer, E. J. Murphy, R. Beck, B. Groves, S. Meidt, M. Krause, H-W. Rix, K. Sandstrom, A. F. Crocker, M. Galametz, G. … Continue reading

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Tuesday, 1/29/13

Three papers today. The first is with a PAH theme for Carl on "Evolution of PAHs in photodissociation regions: Hydrogenation and charge states", it’s mostly modeling with a PDR code, but also applied to the PDR of local nebula NGC … Continue reading

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Paper for Friday, 2/8/12

Here’s what I (Alison) will talk about, I guess not this Friday, because of Galaxy Group, but the following one, 2/8/12. Title: Enhanced Warm H2 Emission in the Compact Group Mid-Infrared "Green Valley" Authors: Cluver, M. E.; Appleton, P. N.; … Continue reading

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Thursday, January 25th, 2013

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Monday 01/27/2013

Cosmic Ray Heating of the Warm Ionized Medium Joshua Wiener, Ellen G. Zweibel, S. Peng Oh (Submitted on 18 Jan 2013) Observations of line ratios in the Milky Way’s warm ionized medium (WIM) suggest that photoionization is not the only … Continue reading

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Wednesday 23rd Jan 2013

arXiv:1301.4997 Tackling the soft X-ray excess in AGN with variability studies Authors: Anne M. Lohfink, Christopher S. Reynolds, Richard F. Mushotzky, Michael A. Nowak The origin of the soft X-ray excess in AGN has been a mystery ever since its … Continue reading

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