Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wednesday 31st July 2013

The Densest Galaxy Jay Strader (Michigan St), Anil Seth (Utah), Duncan Forbes (Swinburne), Giuseppina Fabbiano (CfA), Aaron Romanowsky (San Jose St, Santa Cruz), Jean Brodie (Santa Cruz), Charlie Conroy (Santa Cruz), Nelson Caldwell (CfA), Vincenzo Pota (Swinburne), Christopher Usher (Swinburne), … Continue reading

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Tuesday 7/30/13

Hmm. Not much today. Maybe a good one to know exists is Tully et al., who compile distances and velocities to 8000 galaxies, in as uniform way as possible…. Title: Cosmicflows-2: The Data Authors: Tully, R. Brent; Courtois, Helene M.; … Continue reading

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Thursday July 25th, 2013

A relation of the PAH 3.3 um feature with star-forming activity for galaxies with a wide range of infrared luminosity Rika Yamada, Shinki Oyabu, Hidehiro Kaneda, Mitsuyoshi Yamagishi, Daisuke Ishihara, Ji Hoon Kim, Myungshin Im (Submitted on 24 Jul 2013) … Continue reading

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A Relevant Paper for Us All…

So the paper below, by Bruce Draine and company, first is a good overview about what the dust in Andromeda is doing. But more importantly, it tackles the issue of what happens to PAHs when they are bathed by a … Continue reading

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Tuesday 7/23/13

Just one paper today. Renaud et al. is the first in a series on a new, very-detailed simulation of a Milky-Way like galaxy, including lots of stellar feedback physics, which generally can’t be implemented as well due to low resolution. … Continue reading

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Thursday July 18th, 2013

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Tuesday, 8/16/13

Two ALMA papers from yesterday – one on 30 Dor looking mostly in CO(2-1) and the other on the starburst galaxy NGC 1614 focusing on HCN/HNC/HCO+. Title: ALMA Resolves 30 Doradus: Sub-parsec Molecular Cloud Structure Near the Closest Super-Star Cluster … Continue reading

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