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  • On the dust properties of the UV galaxies in the redshift range z 0.6-1.2

    Far-infrared observations from the Herschel Space Observatory are used to estimate the infrared (IR) properties of ultraviolet-selected galaxies. We stack the PACS (100, 160 $\mu$m) and SPIRE (250, 350, and 500 $\mu$m) maps of the Chandra deep field south (CDFS) on a source list of galaxies selected in the rest-frame ultraviolet (UV) in a redshift

    Sharma, M. et al.

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  • Pisces VII/Triangulum III - M33's second dwarf satellite galaxy

    Pisces VII/Triangulum III (Pisc VII) was discovered in the DESI Legacy Imaging Survey and was shown to be a Local Group dwarf galaxy with follow-up imaging from the 4-m Telescopio Nazionale Galileo. However, this imaging was unable to reach the horizontal branch of Pisc VII, preventing a precision distance measurement. The distance bound from the

    Collins, Michelle L. M. et al.

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    2024
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  • Probing the structure of the lensed quasar SDSS J1004+4112 through microlensing analysis of spectroscopic data

    Aims: We aim to reveal the sizes of the continuum and broad emission line (BEL) emitting regions in the gravitationally lensed quasar SDSS J1004+4112 by analyzing the unique signatures of microlensing in this system. Through a comprehensive analysis of 20 spectroscopic observations acquired between 2003 and 2018, we studied the striking

    Fian, C. et al.

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    2024
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  • Simultaneous multicolour transit photometry of hot Jupiters HAT-P-19b, HAT-P-51b, HAT-P-55b, and HAT-P-65b

    Accurate physical parameters of exoplanet systems are essential for further exploration of planetary internal structure, atmospheres, and formation history. We aim to use simultaneous multicolour transit photometry to improve the estimation of transit parameters, to search for transit timing variations (TTVs), and to establish which of our targets

    Kang, H. et al.

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    2024
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  • The omnipresent flux-dependent optical dips of the black hole transient Swift J1357.2−0933

    Swift J1357.2-0933 is a black hole transient that is of particular interest due to the optical recurrent dips found during its first two outbursts (in 2011 and 2017), which lack an obvious X-ray equivalent. We present a study based on fast optical photometry during its two most recent outbursts, in 2019 and 2021. Our observations reveal that the

    Panizo-Espinar, G. et al.

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    2024
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  • The TESS-Keck Survey. XVII. Precise Mass Measurements in a Young, High-multiplicity Transiting Planet System Using Radial Velocities and Transit Timing Variations

    We present a radial velocity (RV) analysis of TOI-1136, a bright Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) system with six confirmed transiting planets, and a seventh single-transiting planet candidate. All planets in the system are amenable to transmission spectroscopy, making TOI-1136 one of the best targets for intra-system comparison of

    Beard, Corey et al.

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    2024
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