We combine deep imaging data from the CEERS early release JWST survey and Hubble Space Telescope imaging from CANDELS to examine the size–mass relation of star-forming galaxies and the morphology–quenching relation at stellar masses M ⋆ ≥ 109.5 M ⊙ over the redshift range 0.5 < z < 5.5. In this study with a sample of 2450 galaxies, we separate star
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Evolution of the Size–Mass Relation of Star-forming Galaxies Since z = 5.5 Revealed by CEERSWard, Ethan et al.22024Citations8
Hydrogenated amorphous carbon grains as an alternative carrier of the 9-13 μm plateau feature in the fullerene planetary nebula Tc 1
Fullerenes have been observed in several astronomical objects since the discovery of C60 in the mid-infrared (mid-IR) spectrum of the planetary nebula (PN) Tc 1. It has been suggested that the carriers of the broad unidentified infrared (UIR) plateau features, such as the 9-13 μm emission feature (12 μm hereafter), may be related to the formationGómez-Muñoz, M. A. et al.
MANCHA3D Code: Multipurpose Advanced Nonideal MHD Code for High-Resolution Simulations in Astrophysics
The MANCHA3D code is a versatile tool for numerical simulations of magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) processes in solar/stellar atmospheres. The code includes nonideal physics derived from plasma partial ionization, a realistic equation of state and radiative transfer, which allows performing high-quality realistic simulations of magnetoconvection, as wellModestov, M. et al.
Planet formation around intermediate-mass stars. I. Different disc evolutionary pathways as a function of stellar mass
Context. The study of protoplanetary disc evolution and theories of planet formation has predominantly concentrated on solar- (and low-) mass stars since they host the majority of confirmed exoplanets. Nevertheless, the confirmation of numerous planets orbiting stars more massive than the Sun (up to ~3 M⊙) has sparked considerable interest inRonco, M. P. et al.
PSR J0210+5845: Ultra-wide binary pulsar with a B6 V main sequence star companion
We report on radio timing observations of PSR J0210+5845 that reveal large deviations from typical pulsar spin-down behaviour. We interpret these deviations as being due to the binary motion around the V = 13.5 star 2MASS J02105640+5845176, which is coincident in terms of its celestial position and distance with the pulsar. Archival observationsvan der Wateren, E. et al.
Radio Jet Feedback on the Inner Disk of Virgo Spiral Galaxy Messier 58
Spitzer spectral maps reveal a disk of highly luminous, warm (>150 K) H2 in the center of the massive spiral galaxy Messier 58, which hosts a radio-loud active galactic nucleus (AGN). The inner 2.6 kpc of the galaxy appears to be overrun by shocks from the radio jet cocoon. Gemini NIRI imaging of the H2 1–0 S(1) emission line, Atacama LargeOgle, Patrick M. et al.