We test cosmological hydrodynamical simulations of galaxy formation regarding the properties of the blue cloud (BC), green valley (GV), and red sequence (RS), as measured on the 4000Å break strength versus stellar mass plane at z = 0.1. We analyse the RefL0100N1504 run of EAGLE and the TNG100 run of IllustrisTNG project, by comparing them with the
Evaluating hydrodynamical simulations with green valley galaxiesAngthopo, J. et al.42021
TOI-257b (HD 19916b): a warm sub-saturn orbiting an evolved F-type star
We report the discovery of a warm sub-Saturn, TOI-257b (HD 19916b), based on data from NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). The transit signal was detected by TESS and confirmed to be of planetary origin based on radial velocity observations. An analysis of the TESS photometry, the MINERVA-Australis, FEROS, and HARPS radialAddison, Brett C. et al.
Stability Analysis for an Interface with a Continuous Internal Structure
A general method for solving a linear stability problem of an interface with a continuous internal structure is described. Such interfaces or fronts are commonly found in various branches of physics, such as combustion and plasma physics. It extends simplified analysis of an infinitely thin discontinuous front by means of numerical integrationModestov, Mikhail
The Establishment of the Standard Cosmological Model Through Observations
Over the last decades, observations with increasing quality have revolutionized our understanding of the general properties of the Universe. Questions posed for millenia by mankind about the origin, evolution and structure of the cosmos have found an answer. This has been possible mainly thanks to observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background, ofGénova-Santos, Ricardo Tanausú
Automated Detection of Accelerating Solar Eruptions Using Parabolic Hough Transform
Solar eruptions such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) observed in the inner solar corona (up to 4 R⊙) show acceleration profiles that appear as parabolic ridges in height-time plots. Inspired by the white-light automated detection algorithms Computer Aided CME Tracking System (CACTus) and Solar Eruptive Events Detection System (SEEDS), we employPatel, Ritesh et al.
BAYES-LOSVD: A Bayesian framework for non-parametric extraction of the line-of-sight velocity distribution of galaxies
We introduce BAYES-LOSVD, a novel implementation of the non-parametric extraction of line-of-sight velocity distributions (LOSVDs) in galaxies. We employed Bayesian inference to obtain robust LOSVDs and associated uncertainties. Our method relies on a principal component analysis to reduce the dimensionality on the set of templates required for theFalcón-Barroso, J. et al.