HEASARC Bibliography


NuSTAR Predictions


  1. The dust-scattering component of X-ray extinction: effects on continuum fitting and high-resolution absorption edge structure
    First Author: Corrales, L. R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 458, Issue 2, p.1345-1351
    Publication Date: May 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016MNRAS.458.1345C
    Citations: 0

  2. How well can we measure supermassive black hole spin?
    First Author: Bonson, K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 458, Issue 2, p.1927-1938
    Publication Date: May 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016MNRAS.458.1927B
    Citations: 0

  3. Simulation of Quiet-Sun Hard X-Rays Related to Solar Wind Superhalo Electrons
    First Author: Wang, Wen
    Solar Physics, Volume 291, Issue 5, pp.1357-1367
    Publication Date: May 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016SoPh..291.1357W
    Citations: 1

  4. Toward the full test of the nuMSM sterile neutrino dark matter model with Athena
    First Author: Neronov, A.
    Physical Review D, Volume 93, Issue 6, id.063518
    Publication Date: Mar 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016PhRvD..93f3518N
    Citations: 0

  5. Multi-messenger Tests for Fast-spinning Newborn Pulsars Embedded in Stripped-envelope Supernovae
    First Author: Kashiyama, Kazumi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 818, Issue 1, article id. 94, 14 pp. (2016).
    Publication Date: Feb 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016ApJ...818...94K
    Citations: 0

  6. IGR J12580+0134: The First Tidal Disruption Event with an Off-beam Relativistic Jet
    First Author: Lei, Wei-Hua
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 816, Issue 1, article id. 20, 9 pp. (2016).
    Publication Date: Jan 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016ApJ...816...20L
    Citations: 1

  7. Probing Final Stages of Stellar Evolution with X-Ray Observations of SN 2013ej
    First Author: Chakraborti, Sayan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 817, Issue 1, article id. 22, 8 pp. (2016).
    Publication Date: Jan 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016ApJ...817...22C
    Citations: 3

  8. Could a plasma in quasi-thermal equilibrium be associated to the "orphan" TeV flares?
    First Author: Fraija, N.
    Astroparticle Physics, Volume 71, p. 1-20.
    Publication Date: Dec 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015APh....71....1F
    Citations: 1

  9. Probing the gaseous halo of galaxies through non-thermal emission from AGN-driven outflows
    First Author: Wang, Xiawei
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 453, Issue 1, p.837-848
    Publication Date: Oct 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.453..837W
    Citations: 0

  10. A Self-consistent Explanation of TeV Emissions from HESS J1640-465 and HESS J1641-463
    First Author: Tang, Yunyong
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 812, Issue 1, article id. 32, 6 pp. (2015).
    Publication Date: Oct 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015ApJ...812...32T
    Citations: 0

  11. Revisiting the dynamical case for a massive black hole in IC10 X-1
    First Author: Laycock, Silas G. T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 452, Issue 1, p.L31-L35
    Publication Date: Sep 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.452L..31L
    Citations: 2

  12. Dark matter triggers of supernovae
    First Author: Graham, Peter W.
    Physical Review D, Volume 92, Issue 6, id.063007
    Publication Date: Sep 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015PhRvD..92f3007G
    Citations: 3

  13. Electron and proton acceleration efficiency by merger shocks in galaxy clusters
    First Author: Vazza, F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 451, Issue 2, p.2198-2211
    Publication Date: Aug 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.451.2198V
    Citations: 5

  14. Gamma-Ray and Hard X-Ray Emission from Pulsar-Aided Supernovae as a Probe of Particle Acceleration in Embryonic Pulsar Wind Nebulae
    First Author: Murase, Kohta
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 805, Issue 1, article id. 82, 13 pp. (2015).
    Publication Date: May 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015ApJ...805...82M
    Citations: 3

  15. Revealing the X-ray variability of AGN with principal component analysis
    First Author: Parker, M. L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 447, Issue 1, p.72-96
    Publication Date: Feb 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.447...72P
    Citations: 2

  16. 5.9-keV Mn K-shell X-ray luminosity from the decay of 55Fe in Type Ia supernova models
    First Author: Seitenzahl, I. R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 447, Issue 2, p.1484-1490
    Publication Date: Feb 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.447.1484S
    Citations: 7

  17. Blazar candidates beyond redshift 4 observed by Swift
    First Author: Sbarrato, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 446, Issue 3, p.2483-2489
    Publication Date: Jan 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015MNRAS.446.2483S
    Citations: 4

  18. Cosmic X-ray Surveys of Distant Active Galaxies: The Demographics, Physics, and Ecology of Growing Supermassive Black Holes
    First Author: Brandt, W. N.
    The Astronomy and Astrophysics Review, Volume 23, article id.1, 93 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015A&ARv..23....1B
    Citations: 22

  19. Nucleosynthesis of elements in gamma-ray burst engines
    First Author: Janiuk, Agnieszka
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 568, id.A105, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014A&A...568A.105J
    Citations: 1

  20. High-energy Emission of the First Millisecond Pulsar
    First Author: Ng, C.-Y.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 787, Issue 2, article id. 167, 10 pp. (2014).
    Publication Date: Jul 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014ApJ...787..167N
    Citations: 6

  21. Spectrum and Light Curve of a Supernova Shock Breakout through a Thick Wolf-Rayet Wind
    First Author: Svirski, Gilad
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 788, Issue 2, article id. 113, 10 pp. (2014).
    Publication Date: Jun 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014ApJ...788..113S
    Citations: 5

  22. Expectations for the Hard X-Ray Continuum and Gamma-Ray Line Fluxes from the Type Ia Supernova SN 2014J in M82
    First Author: The, Lih-Sin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 786, Issue 2, article id. 141, 8 pp. (2014).
    Publication Date: May 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014ApJ...786..141T
    Citations: 12

  23. The Hard X-Ray Perspective on the Soft X-Ray Excess
    First Author: Vasudevan, Ranjan V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 785, Issue 1, article id. 30, 11 pp. (2014).
    Publication Date: Apr 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014ApJ...785...30V
    Citations: 5

  24. X-ray decay lines from heavy nuclei in supernova remnants as a probe of the r-process origin and the birth periods of magnetars
    First Author: Ripley, Justin L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 438, Issue 4, p.3243-3254
    Publication Date: Mar 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014MNRAS.438.3243R
    Citations: 1

  25. Synchrotron X-ray diagnostics of cutoff shape of nonthermal electron spectrum at young supernova remnants
    First Author: Yamazaki, Ryo
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 14, Issue 2, article id. 165-178 (2014).
    Publication Date: Feb 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014RAA....14..165Y
    Citations: 3

  26. Active Galactic Nuclei, Neutrinos, and Interacting Cosmic Rays in NGC 253 and NGC 1068
    First Author: Yoast-Hull, Tova M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 780, Issue 2, article id. 137, 10 pp. (2014).
    Publication Date: Jan 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014ApJ...780..137Y
    Citations: 11

  27. A Joint Model of X-Ray and Infrared Backgrounds. II. Compton-thick Active Galactic Nucleus Abundance
    First Author: Shi, Yong
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 777, Issue 1, article id. 6, 7 pp. (2013).
    Publication Date: Nov 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013ApJ...777....6S
    Citations: 6

  28. Probing the Cosmic X-Ray and MeV Gamma-Ray Background Radiation through the Anisotropy
    First Author: Inoue, Yoshiyuki
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 776, Issue 1, article id. 33, 14 pp. (2013).
    Publication Date: Oct 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013ApJ...776...33I
    Citations: 6

  29. Signatures of an Encounter between the G2 Cloud and a Jet from Sgr A*
    First Author: Yusef-Zadeh, Farhad
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 770, Issue 2, article id. L21, 5 pp. (2013).
    Publication Date: Jun 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013ApJ...770L..21Y
    Citations: 5

  30. On the detectability of 57Fe axion-photon mode conversion in the Sun
    First Author: Laming, J. M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 552, id.A139, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013A&A...552A.139L
    Citations: 0

  31. Prospect of Studying Hard X- and Gamma-Rays from Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Maeda, K.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 760, Issue 1, article id. 54, 9 pp. (2012).
    Publication Date: Nov 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012ApJ...760...54M
    Citations: 14

  32. Constraining the fraction of Compton-thick AGN in the Universe by modelling the diffuse X-ray background spectrum
    First Author: Akylas, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 546, id.A98, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012A&A...546A..98A
    Citations: 40

  33. On the Nature of the Gamma-Ray Source 2FGL J1823.8+4312: The Discovery of a New Class of Extragalactic X-Ray Sources
    First Author: Massaro, F.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 757, Issue 2, article id. L27, 6 pp. (2012).
    Publication Date: Oct 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012ApJ...757L..27M
    Citations: 2

  34. SDSS J102623.61+254259.5: the second most distant blazar at z = 5.3
    First Author: Sbarrato, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 426, Issue 1, pp. L91-L95.
    Publication Date: Oct 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012MNRAS.426L..91S
    Citations: 20

  35. The Deep Look at the Hard X-Ray Sky: The Swift-INTEGRAL X-Ray (SIX) Survey
    First Author: Bottacini, Eugenio
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement, Volume 201, Issue 2, article id. 34, 15 pp. (2012).
    Publication Date: Aug 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012ApJS..201...34B
    Citations: 7

  36. The 60 Month All-sky Burst Alert Telescope Survey of Active Galactic Nucleus and the Anisotropy of nearby AGNs
    First Author: Ajello, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 749, Issue 1, article id. 21, 12 pp. (2012).
    Publication Date: Apr 2012
    Bibliographic Code: 2012ApJ...749...21A
    Citations: 40

  37. Revealing a Population of Heavily Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei at z ≈ 0.5-1 in the Chandra Deep Field-South
    First Author: Luo, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 740, Issue 1, article id. 37, 15 pp. (2011).
    Publication Date: Oct 2011
    Bibliographic Code: 2011ApJ...740...37L
    Citations: 28

  38. SGR 1806-20 distance and dust properties in molecular clouds by analysis of flare X-ray echoes
    First Author: Svirski, Gilad
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 415, Issue 3, pp. 2485-2494.
    Publication Date: Aug 2011
    Bibliographic Code: 2011MNRAS.415.2485S
    Citations: 7

  39. Lifting the Veil on Obscured Accretion: Active Galactic Nuclei Number Counts and Survey Strategies for Imaging Hard X-Ray Missions
    First Author: Ballantyne, D. R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 736, Issue 1, article id. 56, 15 pp. (2011).
    Publication Date: Jul 2011
    Bibliographic Code: 2011ApJ...736...56B
    Citations: 44

  40. Uncovering Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei in Homogeneously Selected Samples of Seyfert 2 Galaxies
    First Author: LaMassa, Stephanie M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 729, Issue 1, article id. 52, 28 pp. (2011).
    Publication Date: Mar 2011
    Bibliographic Code: 2011ApJ...729...52L
    Citations: 23

  41. A Comparison of X-ray and Mid-Infrared Selection of Obscured Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Eckart, Megan E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 708, Issue 1, pp. 584-597 (2010).
    Publication Date: Jan 2010
    Bibliographic Code: 2010ApJ...708..584E
    Citations: 31