HEASARC Bibliography


NuSTAR Preprints submitted for publication


  1. Seven years of coordinated Chandra-NuSTAR observations of SN2014C unfold the extreme mass-loss history of its stellar progenitor
    First Author: Brethauer, Daniel
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220600842B
    Comment: We recognize that the supernova within our sample is non-exhaustive, please email daniel_brethauer@berkeley.edu for suggestions of additional core-collapse interacting supernovae
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  2. Impact of ionization and electron density gradients in X-ray reflection spectroscopy measurements
    First Author: Mall, Gitika
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220603478M
    Comment: 10 pages, 6 figures
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  3. Testing regular black holes with X-ray and GW data
    First Author: Riaz, Shafqat
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220603729R
    Comment: 30 pages, 10 figures. v2: fixed typos in some equations
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  4. Measuring the Evolution of the NuSTAR Detector Gains
    First Author: Grefenstette, Brian
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220604058G
    Comment: 11 page, 7 figures. Intended as a living, easy-to-find document. No intention of submitting this to a journal
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  5. NuSTAR Observations of AGN with Low Observed X-ray to [OIII] Luminosity Ratios: Heavily Obscured AGN or Turned-Off AGN?
    First Author: Saade, M. Lynne
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220514216S
    Comment: 41 pages, Submitted to ApJ
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  6. First indirect detection constraints on axions in the Solar basin
    First Author: DeRocco, William
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220505700D
    Comment: 15 pages, 15 figures
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  7. Timing six energetic rotation-powered X-ray pulsars, including the fast-spinning young PSR J0058-7218 and Big Glitcher PSR J0537-6910
    First Author: Ho, Wynn C. G.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220502865H
    Comment: 18 pages, 17 figures; submitted to ApJ
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  8. Accretion Scenario of MAXI J1820+070 during 2018 Outbursts with Multi-mission Observations
    First Author: Prabhakar, Geethu
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220413363P
    Comment: 19 pages,14 figures; doi:10.1093/mnras/stac1176
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  9. Betelgeuse Constraints on Coupling between Axion-like Particles and Electrons
    First Author: Xiao, Mengjiao
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220403121X
    Comment:
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  10. Characterizing the Advective Hot Flows of Nova-Like Cataclysmic Variables in the X-rays: The case of BZ Cam and V592 Cas
    First Author: Balman, Şölen
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220408842B
    Comment: 19 pages, 2 Tables, 5 Figures (13 individual); Astrophysical Journal in Press, subject to minor changes during the production process
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  11. Evidence of hard power-law spectral cutoff and disc reflection from the X-ray transient XTE~J1739-285
    First Author: Mondal, Aditya S.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220316198M
    Comment: 8 pages, 8 figures, submitted to MNRAS journal
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  12. New Constraints on the Spin of the Black Hole Cygnus X-1 and the Physical Properties of its Accretion Disk Corona
    First Author: Krawczynski, Henric
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022arXiv220107360K
    Comment: 21 pages, 9 figures, submitted to the Astrophysical Journal
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  13. The Spin of New Black Hole Candidate: MAXI J1803-298 Observed by NuSTAR and NICER
    First Author: Feng, Ye
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv211202794F
    Comment: 6 pages, 5 figures
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  14. The extreme mass transfer and high magnetic field of the first ultraluminous pulsar M82 X-2
    First Author: Bachetti, Matteo
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv211200339B
    Comment: 40 pages, 8 figures, submitted
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  15. Identifying Two Newly Discovered Black Hole X-ray Transients in the Galactic Center
    First Author: Ryu, Byeong Yeon
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv211104447R
    Comment:
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  16. The Disk-Corona Model and Mass Estimates of the Ultraluminous X-ray Source Holmberg IX X-1
    First Author: Gill, Ramandeep
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv211113316G
    Comment: 14 pages, 8 figures, Submitted to MNRAS
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  17. 2021 Effective Area calibration of the Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope ARray (NuSTAR)
    First Author: Madsen, Kristin K.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv211011522M
    Comment: 26 pages, 18 figures
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  18. Multi-wavelength observation of MAXI J1348-630 during the recent outburst using ALMA/Chandra/NuSTAR
    First Author: Saha, Debasish
    Publication Date: Apr 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv210409926S
    Comment: 23 pages, comments are welcome
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  19. Multi-Wavelength Study of X-ray Pulsar 2S 1553-542 During Outburst in 2021
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Publication Date: Feb 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv210300603M
    Comment: 17 pages, comments are welcome
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  20. Discovery of UV millisecond pulsations and moding in the low mass X-ray binary state of transitional millisecond pulsar J1023+0038
    First Author: Jaodand, Amruta D.
    Publication Date: Feb 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv210213145J
    Comment: 18 pages, 10 figures
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  21. Detection of Low-Frequency QPO From X-ray Pulsar XTE J1858+034 During Outburst in 2019 with NuSTAR
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Publication Date: Jan 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021arXiv210109250M
    Comment: 7 pages, comments are welcome
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  22. Six years of luminous X-ray emission from the strongly interacting type-Ib SN 2014C captured by Chandra and NuSTAR
    First Author: Brethauer, Daniel
    Publication Date: Dec 2020
    Bibliographic Code: 2020arXiv201204081B
    Comment: This is a Research Note, 1 figure, 2 pages, 1 page references
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  23. NuSTAR low energy effective area correction due to thermal blanket tear
    First Author: Madsen, Kristin K.
    Publication Date: Apr 2020
    Bibliographic Code: 2020arXiv200500569M
    Comment: This document serves as a technical note for the NuSTAR CALDB version 20200429. The CADLB release is the first in a two parts made to address the problem described in the paper. The paper will be updated with the second release, and will be submitted to a journal after the final release
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  24. NuSTAR X-ray spectrum of Be-X-ray pulsar Swift J1845.7-0037: Bulk and thermal Comptonization of cyclotron seed photons in the accretion column
    First Author: Koliopanos, Filippos
    Publication Date: Jan 2020
    Bibliographic Code: 2020arXiv200100723K
    Comment: submitted to A&A, comments and suggestions appreciated. 7 pages, 9 figures
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  25. Study of Nature of Corona in Narrow Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
    First Author: Idogaki, Hiroshi H.
    Publication Date: May 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180511314I
    Comment: 13 pages, 10 figures, 8 tables, submitted to PASJ
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  26. The Spin of the Supermassive Black Hole in MCG-05-23-16
    First Author: Wang, Yu
    Publication Date: Mar 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv170307182W
    Comment: 13 pages, 6 figures
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  27. Broad Band X-ray Spectra of Atoll Source 4U 1636-536: NuSTAR and Swift Results
    First Author: Agrawal, Vivek Kumar
    Publication Date: Nov 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv161109004A
    Comment: 7 pages, 5 figures,3 tables, Submitted to MNRAS
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