Publications

  • Preparing for LSST Data: in Search of Main Physical Properties of the Main Sequence Galaxies

    The main goal of the Vera C. Rubin observatory is to perform the 10 year Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST). This future state-of-art observatory will open the new window to study billions of galaxies from Local Universe as well as the high redshift objects. To get ready to work with the petabytes of data collected by the LSST we performed a

    Riccio, Gabriele et al.

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    10
    2022
  • Simulations of Thermal Non-Equilibrium Caused by Nanoflares

    We present the results of models of nanoflare heated coronal loops using the 1-D hydrodynamic ARGOS code. The nanoflares are modeled by discrete pulses of energy along the loop. We explore the occurrence of cold condensations due to the effective equivalent of thermal non-equilibrium (TNE) in loops with steady heating. We examine the dependence on

    Kucera, Therese et al.

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    10
    2022
  • The polarization signals of the solar K I D lines and their magnetic sensitivity

    Aims: This work aims to identify the relevant physical processes in shaping the intensity and polarization patterns of the solar K I D lines through spectral syntheses, placing particular emphasis on the D2 line. Methods: The theoretical Stokes profiles were obtained by numerically solving the radiative transfer problem for polarized radiation

    Alsina Ballester, E.

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    10
    2022
  • TOI-1468: A system of two transiting planets, a super-Earth and a mini-Neptune, on opposite sides of the radius valley

    We report the discovery and characterization of two small transiting planets orbiting the bright M3.0V star TOI-1468 (LSPM J0106+1913), whose transit signals were detected in the photometric time series in three sectors of the TESS mission. We confirm the planetary nature of both of them using precise radial velocity measurements from the CARMENES

    Chaturvedi, P. et al.

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    10
    2022
  • TOI-2196 b: Rare planet in the hot Neptune desert transiting a G-type star

    The hot Neptune desert is a region hosting a small number of short-period Neptunes in the radius-instellation diagram. Highly irradiated planets are usually either small (R ≲ 2 R⊕) and rocky or they are gas giants with radii of ≳1 RJ. Here, we report on the intermediate-sized planet TOI-2196 b (TIC 372172128.01) on a 1.2 day orbit around a G-type

    Persson, Carina M. et al.

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    10
    2022
  • Ultraviolet Mapping of Polarization Profiles in Chromospheric Plage with CLASP2.1

    Measurement of the magnetic field throughout the solar atmosphere is crucial to a quantitative understanding of energy transfer from the photosphere to the corona, as well as for the dissipation of magnetic energy. However, there remains an overwhelming insufficiency of magnetic measurements in the upper chromosphere and above, where the magnetic

    McKenzie, David et al.

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    10
    2022