Publications

  • Asteroseismology of the heartbeat star KIC 5006817

    This paper summarizes the project work on asteroseismology at the ERASMUS+ GATE 2020 Summer school on space satellite data. The aim was to do a global asteroseismic analysis of KIC 5006817, and quantify its stellar properties using the high-quality, state of the art space missions data. We employed the aperture photometry to analyze the data from

    Merc, J. et al.

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    2021
  • DES Y1 results: Splitting growth and geometry to test Λ CDM

    We analyze Dark Energy Survey (DES) data to constrain a cosmological model where a subset of parameters—focusing on Ωm—are split into versions associated with structure growth (e.g., Ωmgrow) and expansion history (e.g., Ωmgeo). Once the parameters have been specified for the Λ CDM cosmological model, which includes general relativity as a theory of

    Muir, J. et al.

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    2021
  • Improving light curve parameters of exoplanets based on TESS data

    We revise parameters of four transiting hot Jupiter planets discovered by ground-based surveys. We use follow-up observations carried by TESS mission together with PyTransit software. Space telescopes like TESS provide better coverage and photometry precision than ground-based telescopes. PyTransit is fast and user-friendly exoplanet transit light

    Gajdoš, P. et al.

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    2021
  • Properties of Iron Primary Cosmic Rays: Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer

    We report the observation of new properties of primary iron (Fe) cosmic rays in the rigidity range 2.65 GV to 3.0 TV with 0.62 ×106 iron nuclei collected by the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer experiment on the International Space Station. Above 80.5 GV the rigidity dependence of the cosmic ray Fe flux is identical to the rigidity dependence of the

    Aguilar, M. et al.

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    2021