Monthly Archives: April 2013

Thursday April 26th, 2013

Is acetylene essential for carbon dust formation? Harpreet Dhanoa, Jonathan M. C. Rawlings (Submitted on 24 Apr 2013) We have carried out an investigation of the chemical evolution of gas in different carbon-rich circumstellar environments. Previous studies have tended to … Continue reading

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The Column Density Distribution and Continuum Opacity of the Intergalactic and Circumgalactic Medium at Redshift <z>=2.4 Gwen C. Rudie, Charles C. Steidel, Alice E. Shapley, Max Pettini (Submitted on 24 Apr 2013) We present new high-precision measurements of the opacity … Continue reading

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Wednesday 24th Apr 2013

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Tuesday, 4/23/13

Not a ton of stuff today, but two papers worth noting that are at the beginning of what some biggish projects will produce. The first is the CALIFA project which is obtaining optical IFU spectroscopy on 600 near-ish by galaxies. … Continue reading

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Thursday April 19th, 2013

Far-IR Emission From Dust-Obscured Galaxies J.A. Calanog, J. Wardlow, Hai Fu, A. Cooray, R.J. Assef, J. Bock, C.M. Casey, A. Conley, D. Farrah, E. Ibar, J. Kartaltepe, G. Magdis, L. Marchetti, S.J. Oliver, I. Perez-Fournon, D. Riechers, D. Rigopoulou, I.G. … Continue reading

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arXiv:1304.4245 The Fueling Diagram: Linking Galaxy Molecular-to-Atomic Gas Ratios to Interactions and Accretion David V. Stark, Sheila J. Kannappan, Lisa H. Wei, Andrew J. Baker, Adam K. Leroy, Kathleen D. Eckert, Stuart N. Vogel To assess how external factors such … Continue reading

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Wednesday 10th Apr 2013

arXiv:1304.2404 DESPOTIC — A New Software Library to Derive the Energetics and SPectra of Optically Thick Interstellar Clouds Mark R. Krumholz I describe DESPOTIC, a code to Derive the Energetics and SPectra of Optically Thick Interstellar Clouds. DESPOTIC represents such … Continue reading

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