HEASARC Bibliography


Swift Preprints submitted for publication


  1. The Extraplanar Type II Supernova ASASSN-14jb in the Nearby Edge-on Galaxy ESO 467-G051
    First Author: Meza, Nicolas
    Publication Date: Nov 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181111771M
    Comment: 24 pages, submitted to A&A
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  2. From outburst to quiescence: spectroscopic evolution of the high-proper motion cataclysmic variable V1838 Aql
    First Author: Hernández Santisteban, J. V.
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181102349H
    Comment: 14 pages, 8 figures, submitted to MNRAS. Comments are welcome
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  3. PS1-13cbe: The Rapid "Turn on" of a Seyfert 1
    First Author: Katebi, Reza
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181103694K
    Comment: 15 pages, 11 figures, 2 tables
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  4. Constraining the mass of the black hole GX 339-4 using spectro-temporal analysis of multiple outbursts
    First Author: Sreehari, H.
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181104341S
    Comment: 14 pages, 8 figures; doi:10.1016/j.asr.2018.10.042
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  5. On the high-energy emissions of compact objects observed with INTEGRAL SPI: Event selection impact on source spectra and scientific results for the bright sources Crab Nebula, GS2023+338 and MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Roques, Jean-Pierre
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181106391R
    Comment:
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  6. Discovery of accretion-driven pulsations in the prolonged low X-ray luminosity state of the Be/X-ray transient GX 304-1
    First Author: Rouco Escorial, A.
    Publication Date: Nov 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181101453R
    Comment: 5 pages, 2 figures, submitted to A&A Letters
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  7. A Remarkably Loud Quasi-Periodicity after a Star is Disrupted by a Massive Black Hole
    First Author: Pasham, Dheeraj R.
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181010713P
    Comment: Re-submitted after minor comments from referees
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  8. An embedded X-ray source shines through the aspherical AT2018cow: revealing the inner workings of the most luminous fast-evolving optical transients
    First Author: Margutti, Raffaella
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181010720M
    Comment: 26 pages + tables. Submitted
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  9. The Accretion History of AGN I: Supermassive Black Hole Population Synthesis Model
    First Author: Tasnim Ananna, Tonima
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181002298T
    Comment:
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  10. Consistent accretion-induced heating of the neutron-star crust in MXB 1659-29 during two different outbursts
    First Author: Parikh, A. S.
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181005626P
    Comment: Submitted to A&A. The supplementary video can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpJ053zq9-M
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  11. Critical Tests Of The Leading Gamma Ray Burst Theories
    First Author: Dado, Shlomo
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181003514D
    Comment: Review. 21 pages, 29 Figures. Comments are welcome
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  12. Evidence for a Bright-Edged Jet in the Optical/NIR Afterglow of GRB 160625B
    First Author: Strausbaugh, Robert
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181008852S
    Comment: 7 pages, 2 figures, submitted to ApJL
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  13. The first ultraviolet detection of the Large Magellanic Cloud pulsar PSR B0540-69
    First Author: Mignani, R. P.
    Publication Date: Sep 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180910805M
    Comment: 33 pages, 6 figures, submitted to ApJ
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  14. A gamma-ray periodic modulation in Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae
    First Author: Zhang, Peng-Fei
    Publication Date: Oct 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv181010651Z
    Comment: 9 pages, 8 figures. Comments welcome
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  15. The Broad Absorption Line Tidal Disruption Event iPTF15af: Optical and Ultraviolet Evolution
    First Author: Blagorodnova, N.
    Publication Date: Sep 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180907446B
    Comment: 19 pages, 10 figures, submitted to ApJ
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  16. Strong Lensing of Gamma Ray Bursts as a Probe of Compact Dark Matter
    First Author: Ji, Lingyuan
    Publication Date: Sep 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180909627J
    Comment: 9 pages, 8 figures
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  17. Swift UVOT observations of the 2015 outburst of V404 Cygni
    First Author: Oates, S. R.
    Publication Date: Aug 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180903237O
    Comment: 16 pages in main paper, which includes 8 figures and 1 additional figure in the appendix. The supplementary section contains a further 2 figures. Submitted to MNRAS
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  18. Swift spectra of AT2018cow: A White Dwarf Tidal Disruption Event?
    First Author: Kuin, N. Paul M.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180808492K
    Comments:
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  19. The Fast, Luminous Ultraviolet Transient AT2018cow: Extreme Supernova, or Disruption of a Star by an Intermediate-Mass Black Hole?
    First Author: Perley, Daniel A.
    Publication Date: Aug 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180800969P
    Comment: Submitted to MNRAS. Updated to include all co-authors
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  20. Four GRB-Supernovae at Redshifts between 0.4 and 0.8
    First Author: Klose, S.
    Publication Date: Aug 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180802710K
    Comment: submitted to Astron. Astroph., revised version
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  21. Red and Reddened: Ultraviolet through Near-Infrared Observations of Type Ia Supernova 2017erp
    First Author: Brown, Peter J.
    Publication Date: Aug 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180804729B
    Comment: submitted to AAS journals
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  22. PS18kh: A New Tidal Disruption Event with a Non-Axisymmetric Accretion Disk
    First Author: Holoien, T. W.-S.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180802890H
    Comment: 23 pages, 11 figures, 8 tables. Submitted to ApJ. A table containing the host-subtracted photometry presented in this manuscript is included in machine-readable format as an ancillary file
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  23. Investigating the Nature of Late-Time High-Energy GRB Emission Through Joint FermiSwift Observations
    First Author: The Fermi LAT Collaboration
    Publication Date: Aug 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180801683T
    Comment: 25 pages, 7 figures, and 2 tables
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  24. Seeing Double: ASASSN-18bt Exhibits a double-power-law Rise in the Early-Time {em K2} Light Curve
    First Author: Shappee, B. J.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180711526S
    Comment: 18 pages, 8 figures, 3 Tables. Submitted to ApJ
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  25. Broadband spectral analysis of MXB 1659-298 in its soft and hard state
    First Author: Iaria, R.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180711431I
    Comment: 14 pages, 8 Figures. Submitted to Astronomy & Astrophysics
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  26. AstroSat-CZTI detection of variable prompt emission polarization in GRB 171010A
    First Author: Chand, Vikas
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180701737C
    Comment:
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  27. Unveiling the enigma of ATLAS17aeu
    First Author: Melandri, A.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180703681M
    Comment: 8 pages, 10 figures, 3 tables, submitted to Astronomy & Astrophysics
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  28. The luminous host galaxy, faint supernova and rapid afterglow rebrightening of GRB 100418A
    First Author: de Ugarte Postigo, A.
    Publication Date: Jul 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180704281D
    Comment: 23 pages, 14 figures, submitted to A&A
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  29. Discovery of an Extraordinary Binary System
    First Author: Thompson, Todd A.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180602751T
    Comment: Submitted. 34 pages, 8 figures
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  30. X-ray Properties of MAXI J1535-571: Analysis With The TCAF Solution
    First Author: Shang, J.-R.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180607147S
    Comment: 9 pages, 6 figures, 2 tables (submitted to MNRAS)
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  31. Significant Luminosity Differences of Two Twin Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Foley, Ryan J.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180608359F
    Comment: 10 pages, 6 figures, submitted to MNRAS
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  32. Late-time observations of the extraordinary Type II supernova iPTF14hls
    First Author: Sollerman, J.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180610001S
    Comment: 15 pages, 12 figures, submitted to Astronomy and Astrophysics
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  33. A nearby superluminous supernova with a long pre-maximum 'plateau' and strong CII features
    First Author: Anderson, J. P.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180610609A
    Comment: Submitted to A&A
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  34. The 2016 outburst of PSR J1119-6127: cooling & a spin-down dominated glitch
    First Author: Archibald, R. F.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180601414A
    Comment: Submitted to ApJ
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  35. Pulse Frequency Fluctuations of Magnetars
    First Author: Cerri-Serim, D.
    Publication Date: Jun 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180600401C
    Comment: 17 pages, 2 tables, 4 figures, submitted to MNRAS
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  36. On the magnetar origin of the GRBs presenting X-ray afterglow plateaus
    First Author: Stratta, G.
    Publication Date: Apr 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180408652S
    Comment: 13 pages, 2 figures, submitted to ApJ
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  37. Multiwavelength observations of MASTER OT 075353.88+174907.6: a likely superoutburst of a long period dwarf nova system
    First Author: Parikh, A. S.
    Publication Date: Apr 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180409175P
    Comment: submitted to MNRAS
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  38. The X-shooter GRB afterglow legacy sample (XS-GRB)
    First Author: Selsing, J.
    Publication Date: 201802
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180207727S
    Comment: 41 pages, 10 Figures, 4 Tables. Submitted to A&A. Paper and code also available at https://github.com/jselsing/XSGRB-sample-paper
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  39. Evidence for the ultra-compact nature of IGR J17062-6143
    First Author: Hernandez Santisteban, J. V
    Publication Date: Jan 2018
    Bibliographic Code: 2018arXiv180103006H
    Comment: 12 pages, 9 figures, submitted to MNRAS
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  40. Origin Of The Far Off-Axis GRB171205A
    First Author: Dado, Shlomo
    Publication Date: Dec 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv171209319D
    Comment: 5 pages, 6 figures
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  41. On a GRB afterglow model consistent with hypernovae observations
    First Author: Ruffini, R.
    Publication Date: Dec 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv171205000R
    Comment: submitted to ApJ
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  42. On the nature of prompt emission, X and gamma ray flares and extended thermal emission in GRB 151027A
    First Author: Ruffini, R.
    Publication Date: Dec 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv171205001R
    Comment: submitted to ApJ
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  43. Decade-long X-ray observations of HESS J0632+057
    First Author: Malyshev, D.
    Publication Date: Nov 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv171105001M
    Comment:
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  44. GPU-searches for broadband extended emission in gravitational waves in nearby energetic core-collapse supernovae
    First Author: van Putten, Maurice H. P. M.
    Publication Date: Sep 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv170904455V
    Comment: 74 pages, 20 figures
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  45. Prompt emission polarimetry of Gamma Ray Bursts with ASTROSAT CZT-Imager
    First Author: Chattopadhyay, Tanmoy
    Publication Date: Jul 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv170706595C
    Comment: Submitted to ApJ
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  46. GRB 161219B-SN 2016jca: a powerful stellar collapse
    First Author: Ashall, C.
    Publication Date: Feb 2017
    Bibliographic Code: 2017arXiv170204339A
    Comments: submitted to nature astronomy, minor changes to text and link to supplementary material provided. http://www.astro.ljmu.ac.uk/~astcasha/SN2016jcasupplemantary.pdf
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  47. 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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  48. Spectroscopic comparison between ultraluminous X-ray sources and magnetar bursts
    First Author: Kajava, J. J. E.
    Publication Date: Sep 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160903941K
    Comment: Submitted to MNRAS
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  49. X-ray variability of GeV gamma-ray emitting radio galaxy NGC 1275
    First Author: Fukazawa, Yasushi
    Publication Date: Aug 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160803652F
    Comment: 14 pages, 6 figures, submitted to ApJ
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  50. GRB 090510: a genuine short-GRB from a binary neutron star coalescing into a Kerr-Newman black hole
    First Author: Enderli, M.
    Publication Date: Jul 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160702400E
    Comment: 21 pages, 10 figures, submitted to ApJ
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  51. Highly Luminous Supernovae associated with Gamma-Ray Bursts I.: GRB 111209A/SN 2011kl in the Context of Stripped-Envelope and Superluminous Supernovae
    First Author: Kann, D. A.
    Publication Date: Jun 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160606791K
    Comment: A&A, submitted; 50 pages: 22 pages article, 15 pages appendix, 13 pages tables
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  52. Prompt emission from GRB 150915A in the GeV energy range detected at ground by the New-Tupi detector
    First Author: Augusto, C. R. A.
    Publication Date: May 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160504274A
    Comment: 9 pages, 9 figures
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  53. Hard X-ray view of microlensing events in RX J1131-1231
    First Author: Neronov, A.
    Publication Date: Feb 2016
    Bibliographic Code: 2016arXiv160207601N
    Comment:
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  54. Exploring Gamma-Ray Bursts, Their Immediate Environment and Host Galaxies
    First Author: Friis, Mette
    Publication Date: Dec 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015arXiv151203205F
    Comment: PhD dissertation, University of Iceland, Reykjav'ik, October 2015
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  55. An eclipsing binary black hole candidate system in the blazar Mrk 421
    First Author: Benitez, E.
    Publication Date: Dec 2015
    Bibliographic Code: 2015arXiv151201219B
    Comment: 6 pages, 1 figure
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  56. X-ray Properties of Hard X-ray Selected AGN
    First Author: Liebmann, Andrew C.
    Publication Date: Dec 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014arXiv1412.0735L
    Comment: 18 pages, 1 figure, 5 tables
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  57. X-Ray Afterglow Plateaus of Long Gamma-Ray Bursts: Further Evidence for Millisecond Magnetars
    First Author: Yi, S. X.
    Publication Date: Jan 2014
    Bibliographic Code: 2014arXiv1401.1601Y
    Comment: 13 pages, 2 figures, 1 table, submitted to ApJL
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  58. GRB 130606A within a sub-DLA at redshift 5.91
    First Author: Castro-Tirado, A. J.
    Publication Date: Dec 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013arXiv1312.5631C
    Comment: 10 pages, 9 figures, submitted to A&A. Typos corrected
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  59. Timing and spectral study of the Be XRB IGR J11305-6256: Swift discovers the orbital period and a soft X-ray excess
    First Author: La Parola, V.
    Publication Date: May 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013arXiv1305.3916L
    Comment: 5 pages, 6 figures, submitted MNRAS
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  60. GRB 121027A: long-lasting, energetic X-ray flares and clues to radiation mechanism and progenitor star
    First Author: Peng, Fang-kun
    Publication Date: Feb 2013
    Bibliographic Code: 2013arXiv1302.4876P
    Comment: 5 pages, 4 figures, submitted to ApJ Letters
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