Publications

  • KMT-2021-BLG-0171Lb and KMT-2021-BLG-1689Lb: two microlensing planets in the KMTNet high-cadence fields with followup observations

    Follow-up observations of high-magnification gravitational microlensing events can fully exploit their intrinsic sensitivity to detect extrasolar planets, especially those with small mass ratios. To make followup observations more uniform and efficient, we develop a system, HighMagFinder, to automatically alert possible ongoing high-magnification

    Yang, Hongjing et al.

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    10
    2022
  • White Dwarf Binaries across the H-R Diagram

    We created the APOGEE-GALEX-Gaia catalog to study white dwarf (WD) binaries. This database aims to create a minimally biased sample of WD binary systems identified from a combination of GALEX, Gaia, and APOGEE data to increase the number of WD binaries with orbital parameters and chemical compositions. We identify 3414 sources as WD binary

    Anguiano, Borja et al.

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    10
    2022
  • Alternative ideas in cosmology

    Some remarkable examples of alternative cosmological theories are reviewed here, ranging from a compilation of variations on the Standard Model through the more distant quasi-steady-state cosmology, plasma cosmology, or universe models as a hypersphere, to the most exotic cases including static models. The present-day Standard Model of cosmology

    López-Corredoira, Martín et al.

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    2022
  • Model selection using baryon acoustic oscillations in the final SDSS-IV release

    The baryon acoustic oscillation (BAO) peak, seen in the cosmic matter distribution at redshifts up to ∼3.5, reflects the continued expansion of the sonic horizon first identified in temperature anisotropies of the cosmic microwave background. The BAO peak position can now be measured to better than ∼1% accuracy using galaxies and ∼1.4-1.6%

    Melia, F. et al.

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    2022
  • joshspeagle/dynesty: v1.2.2

    Bug fix release which addresses quite a serious bug which can lead to biased posteriors. The problem with biased posteriors was fixed when using multi-ellipsoid bounds and rslice and rwalk samplers. Previously the chains did not satisfy detailed balance. (issue #364). Original discovery of the problem and help by Colm Talbot. In the case of complex

    Koposov, Sergey et al.

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    4
    2022