HEASARC Bibliography


Presents Specific Swift Observations



  1. Revisiting the quasi-periodic oscillations in blazar PG 1553+113 with multi-wavebands data
    First Author: Chen, Yutong
    New Astronomy, Volume 108, article id. 102186.
    Publication Date: May 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024NewA..10802186C
    Citations: 0
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  2. The contact binary system TYC 7275-1968-1 as seen by optical, UV and X-ray observations
    First Author: Lima, I. J.
    New Astronomy, Volume 107, article id. 102145.
    Publication Date: Apr 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024NewA..10702145L
    Citations: 0
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  3. The Multiwavelength Picture of GRB 221009A's Afterglow
    First Author: Klinger, Marc
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 529, Issue 1, pp.L47-L53
    Publication Date: Mar 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.529L..47K
    Citations: 0
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  4. Torque-dependent orbital modulation of X-ray pulsar Cen X-3
    First Author: Liao, Zhenxuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 529, Issue 1, pp.L130-L134
    Publication Date: Mar 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.529L.130L
    Citations: 0
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  5. The omnipresent flux-dependent optical dips of the black hole transient Swift J1357.2-0933
    First Author: Panizo-Espinar, G.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 682, id.A19, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A&A...682A..19P
    Citations: 0
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  6. Redshifted iron emission and absorption lines in the Chandra X-ray spectrum of Centaurus A
    First Author: Bogensberger, David
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 2, id.150, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..150B
    Citations: 0
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  7. Discovery of a Young, Highly Scattered Pulsar PSR J1032-5804 with the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder
    First Author: Wang, Ziteng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 2, id.175, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..175W
    Citations: 0
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  8. A New Population of Mid-Infrared-Selected Tidal Disruption Events: Implications for Tidal Disruption Event Rates and Host Galaxy Properties
    First Author: Masterson, Megan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 2, id.211, 32 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..211M
    Citations: 0
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  9. AGN STORM 2. VI. Mapping Temperature Fluctuations in the Accretion Disk of Mrk 817
    First Author: Neustadt, Jack M.M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 2, id.219, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..219N
    Citations: 0
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  10. Probing the Sub-Parsec Dust of a Supermassive Black Hole with the Tidal Disruption Event AT 2020mot
    First Author: Newsome, Megan
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..239N
    Citations: 0
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  11. Evidence of weak circumstellar medium interaction in the Type II SN 2023axu
    First Author: Shrestha, Manisha
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 2, id.247, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..247S
    Citations: 0
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  12. Can fallback accretion on magnetar model power the X-ray flares simultaneously observed with gamma-rays of Gamma-ray bursts?
    First Author: Yu, Wen-Yuan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 962, Issue 1, id.6, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...962....6Y
    Citations: 0
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  13. The Factory and the Beehive. V. Chromospheric and Coronal Activity and Its Dependence on Rotation in Praesepe and the Hyades
    First Author: Nunez, Alejandro
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 962, Issue 1, id.12, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...962...12N
    Citations: 0
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  14. Flight of the Bumblebee: the Early Excess Flux of Type Ia Supernova 2023bee revealed by $TESS$, $Swift$ and Young Supernova Experiment Observations
    First Author: Wang, Qinan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 962, Issue 1, id.17, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...962...17W
    Citations: 0
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  15. Fierce Feedback in an Obscured, Sub-Eddington State of the Seyfert 1.2 Markarian 817
    First Author: Zak, Miranda K.

    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...962L...1Z
    Citations: 0
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  16. Swift/XRT observations of superorbital modulations in wind-fed supergiant X-ray binaries
    First Author: Romano, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.10993-11014
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.10993
    Citations: 0
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  17. Insights into the phase-dependent cyclotron line feature in XTE J1946+274: An AstroSat and Insight-HXMT view
    First Author: Devaraj, Ashwin
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.11015-11025
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.11015
    Citations: 0
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  18. GRB 201015A: from seconds to months of optical monitoring and supernova discovery
    First Author: Belkin, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.11507-11520
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.11507
    Citations: 0
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  19. Very high-energy gamma rays from GRB 180720B and GRB 190829A with external Compton emission
    First Author: Barnard, Monica
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.11893-11899
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.11893
    Citations: 0
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  20. Investigation of the correlation between optical and $gamma$-ray flux variation in the blazar Ton 599
    First Author: Rajput, Bhoomika
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.11900-11914
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.11900
    Citations: 0
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  21. A Precursor Plateau and Pre-Maximum [O II] Emission in the Superluminous SN2019szu: A Pulsational Pair-Instability Candidate
    First Author: Aamer, Aysha
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.11970-11995
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.11970
    Citations: 0
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  22. A population of Optically Quiescent Quasars from WISE and SDSS
    First Author: Greenwell, Claire
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.12065-12090
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.12065
    Citations: 0
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  23. Multiwavelength Analysis of Fermi-LAT Blazars with High-Significance Periodicity: Detection of a Long-Term Rising Emission in PG 1553+113
    First Author: Penil, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.10168-10184
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.52710168P
    Citations: 0
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  24. NGC 5474 X-1: A neutron star ULX in an old stellar cluster?
    First Author: Atapin, Kirill
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.10185-10200
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.52710185A
    Citations: 0
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  25. Can FSRQ 3C 345 be a Very High Energy blazar candidate?
    First Author: Dar, Athar A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.10575-10583
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.52710575D
    Citations: 0
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  26. Soft X-ray and FUV observations of Nova Her 2021 (V1674~Her) with AstroSat
    First Author: Bhargava, Yash
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 528, Issue 1, pp.28-38
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.528...28B
    Citations: 0
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  27. NGC 2403 XMM4: evidence for a super-Eddington neutron star with a possible transient pulsation
    First Author: Luangtip, Wasutep
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 528, Issue 1, pp.418-431
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.528..418L
    Citations: 0
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  28. NuSTAR and Swift observations of two supergiant fast X-ray transients: AX J1841.0-0536 and SAX J1818.6-1703
    First Author: Bozzo, E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 528, Issue 1, pp.863-872
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.528..863B
    Citations: 0
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  29. Infrared spectroscopy of SWIFT J0850.8-4219: Identification of the second red supergiant X-ray binary in the Milky Way
    First Author: De, Kishalay
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 528, Issue 1, pp.L38-L44
    Publication Date: Feb 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.528L..38D
    Citations: 0
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  30. Multiwavelength observation of 1A 0535+262=HD 245770 from 2010 to 2021
    First Author: Liu, Wei
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 681, id.A10, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A%26A...681A..10L
    Citations: 0
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  31. Magnetic Field Properties inside the Jet of Mrk 421: Multiwavelength Polarimetry Including the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer
    First Author: Kim, Dawoon E.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 681, id.A12, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A%26A...681A..12K
    Citations: 0
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  32. Statistical study of a large and cleaned sample of ultraluminous and hyperluminous X-ray sources
    First Author: Tranin, Hugo
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 681, id.A16, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A%26A...681A..16T
    Citations: 0
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  33. Study of the optical to X-ray broad emission lines of Mrk 110
    First Author: Juravnova, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 681, id.A101, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A&A...681A.101J
    Citations: 0
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  34. Origin of broadband emission from the transition blazar B2 1308+326
    First Author: Pandey, Ashwani
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 681, id.A116, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024A%26A...681A.116P
    Citations: 0
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  35. First X-ray polarization measurement confirms the low black-hole spin in LMC X-3
    First Author: Svoboda, Jivri
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.3, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960....3S
    Citations: 0
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  36. Accretion Flow Properties of EXO 1846-031 During its Multi-Peaked Outburst After Long Quiescence
    First Author: Nath, Sujoy Kumar
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.5, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960....5N
    Citations: 0
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  37. Sharp Decay of the Internal Plateau in Gamma-Ray Bursts: The Effect of a Cocoon's Thermal Photons on the Jet Emission
    First Author: Li, Yu-Fei
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.17, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...17L
    Citations: 0
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  38. Strong Carbon Features and a Red Early Color in the Underluminous Type Ia SN 2022xkq
    First Author: Pearson, Jeniveve
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.29, 28 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...29P
    Citations: 0
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  39. Insight-HXMT Views Her X-1: Probing the Dependence of the Cyclotron Line Energy on Flux and Time
    First Author: Xiao, G. C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.57, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...57X
    Citations: 0
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  40. Living with a Red Dwarf: X-Ray, UV, and Ca II Activity-Age Relationships of M Dwarfs
    First Author: Engle, Scott G.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.62, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...62E
    Citations: 0
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  41. Spectral Hardness and Evolution of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts and X-Ray Afterglows
    First Author: Du, X. Y.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.77, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...77D
    Citations: 0
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  42. X-ray characterization of the pulsar PSR J1849-0001 and its wind nebula G32.64+0.53 associated with TeV sources detected by H.E.S.S., HAWC, Tibet ASgamma, and LHAASO
    First Author: Kim, Chanho
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 960, Issue 1, id.78, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960...78K
    Citations: 0
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  43. Characterizing the Ordinary Broad-line Type Ic SN 2023pel from the Energetic GRB 230812B
    First Author: Srinivasaragavan, Gokul P.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 960, Issue 2, id.L18, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...960L..18S
    Citations: 0
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  44. Front-row seat of the recent R Aqr periastron passage: X-ray multi-epoch spectral and spatial analysis
    First Author: Sacchi, A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 1, id.12, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961...12S
    Citations: 0
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  45. FRAMEx. V. Radio Spectral Shape at Central Subparsec Region of Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Shuvo, Onic I.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 961, Issue 1, id.109, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024ApJ...961..109S
    Citations: 0
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  46. Recurrent Symbiotic Nova T Coronae Borealis Before Outburst
    First Author: Maslennikova, N.A.
    Astronomy Letters, Volume 49, Issue 9, p.501-515
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024AstL...49..501M
    Citations: 0
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  47. Investigating the orbital evolution of the eccentric HMXB GX 301$-$2 using long-term X-ray lightcurves
    First Author: Manikantan, Hemanth
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 1, pp.640-650
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527..640M
    Citations: 1
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  48. A Multi-wavelength Study of Swift J0503.7-2819: a Chimeric magnetic CV
    First Author: Pradeep, Kala G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 1, pp.774-789
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527..774P
    Citations: 0
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  49. A two-component jet model for the optical plateau in the afterglow of GRB 191221B
    First Author: Zhu, Yi-Ming
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.1638-1647
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.1638Z
    Citations: 0
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  50. An Explanation of GRB Fermi-LAT Flares and High-Energy Photons in Stratified Afterglows
    First Author: Fraija, Nissim
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.1674-1704
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.1674F
    Citations: 0
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  51. Microphysical Parameter Variation in GRB Stratified Afterglows and Closure Relations: from sub-GeV to TeV Observations
    First Author: Fraija, Nissim
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.1884-1909
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.1884F
    Citations: 0
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  52. SRG/eROSITA catalogue of X-ray active SDSS dwarf galaxies
    First Author: Bykov, S.D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.1962-1981
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.1962B
    Citations: 4
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  53. Solving the inverse cosmological calibration problem of gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Shirokov, S. I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2214-2231
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2214S
    Citations: 0
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  54. Fundamental scaling relationships revealed in the optical light curves of tidal disruption events
    First Author: Mummery, Andrew
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2452-2489
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2452M
    Citations: 0
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  55. Shedding far-ultraviolet light on the donor star and evolutionary state of the neutron-star LMXB Swift J1858.6-0814
    First Author: Castro Segura, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2508-2522
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2508C
    Citations: 0
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  56. Dealing with broad-band X-ray spectra of faint AGN: a case study
    First Author: Molina, Manuela
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2549-2559
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2549M
    Citations: 0
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  57. Studying the variability of fluorescence emission and the presence of clumpy wind in HMXB GX 301-2 using XMM-Newton
    First Author: Roy, Kinjal
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2652-2662
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2652R
    Citations: 0
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  58. Probing the disc-jet coupling in S4 0954+65, PKS 0903-57, & 4C +01.02 with gamma-rays
    First Author: Sharma, Ajay
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.2672-2686
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.2672S
    Citations: 1
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  59. On the feasibility of primordial black hole abundance constraints using lensing parallax of GRBs
    First Author: Gawade, Priyanka
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.3306-3314
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.3306G
    Citations: 0
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  60. TIC 378898110: A Bright, Short-Period AM CVn Binary in TESS
    First Author: Green, Matthew J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.3445-3458
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.3445G
    Citations: 0
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  61. Swift, NuSTAR, and INTEGRAL observations of the symbiotic X-ray binary IGR J16194-2810
    First Author: Bozzo, E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.3585-3591
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.3585B
    Citations: 0
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  62. Model selection for GRB 211211A through multi-wavelength analyses
    First Author: Kunert, Nina
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.3900-3911
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.3900K
    Citations: 0
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  63. VLA monitoring of LS V +44 17 reveals scatter in the X-ray--radio correlation of Be/X-ray binaries
    First Author: van den Eijnden, J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 2, pp.4260-4271
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.4260V
    Citations: 0
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  64. Multi-wavelength variability and broadband SED modeling of BL Lac during a bright flaring period MJD 59000-59943
    First Author: Shah, Zahir
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.5140-5154
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.5140S
    Citations: 0
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  65. 4U 1210-64: a new member of the rare intermediate-mass X-ray binary subclass
    First Author: Monageng, I. M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.5293-5301
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.5293M
    Citations: 0
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  66. Characterizing X-ray, UV, and optical variability in NGC 6814 using high-cadence Swift observations from a 2022 monitoring campaign
    First Author: Gonzalez, Adam G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.5569-5579
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.5569G
    Citations: 0
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  67. Multi-wavelength observations of the lensed quasar PKS 1830$-$211 during the 2019 gamma-ray flare
    First Author: Vercellone, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.5717-5731
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.5717V
    Citations: 0
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  68. MAGIC detection of GRB 201216C at $z=1.1$
    First Author: Abe, H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.5856-5867
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.5856A
    Citations: 0
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  69. On the possibility to detect gravitational waves from post-merger super-massive neutron stars with a kilohertz detector
    First Author: Chen, Yikang
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.6055-6064
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.6055C
    Citations: 0
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  70. Detailed spectrophotometric analysis of the superluminous and fast evolving SN 2019neq
    First Author: Fiore, Achille
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.6473-6494
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.6473F
    Citations: 1
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  71. Nature of 4FGL J1838.2+3223: a flaring 'spider' pulsar candidate
    First Author: Zyuzin, D.A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.6712-6721
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.6712Z
    Citations: 0
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  72. A two-component clumpy model for the shell evolution of classical novae: the case of V5668 Sgr
    First Author: Abraham, Zulema
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.7482-7494
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.7482A
    Citations: 0
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  73. Comprehensive X-ray and multiwavelength study of ULXs in NGC 1566
    First Author: Allak, Sinan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.7556-7567
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.7556A
    Citations: 0
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  74. Machine-Leanring Enhanced Photometric Analysis of the Extremely Bright GRB 210822A
    First Author: Angulo-Valdez, Camila
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.8140-8150
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.8140A
    Citations: 0
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  75. Dissecting the broadband emission from \textbackslashgamma-ray blazar PKS 0735+178 in search of neutrinos
    First Author: Prince, Raj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.8746-8754
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.8746P
    Citations: 3
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  76. Some statistical remarks on GRBs jointly detected by Fermi and Swift satellites
    First Author: Pinter, Sandor
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.8931-8940
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.8931P
    Citations: 0
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  77. SAX J1810.8-2609: An Outbursting Neutron Star X-ray Binary with Persistent Spatially Coincident Radio Emission
    First Author: Hughes, A. K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 3, pp.9359-9377
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.527.9359H
    Citations: 0
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  78. UV to near-IR observations of the DART-Dimorphos collision
    First Author: Ofek, Eran O.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 527, Issue 4, pp.10507-10521
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.52710507O
    Citations: 0
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  79. Discovery of radio eclipses from 4FGL J1646.5$-$4406: a new candidate redback pulsar binary
    First Author: Zic, Andrew
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp...63Z
    Citations: 0
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  80. Coronal Line Emitters are Tidal Disruption Events in Gas-Rich Environments
    First Author: Hinkle, Jason T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp...65H
    Citations: 0
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  81. The radio to GeV picture of PSR B1259-63 during the 2021 periastron passage
    First Author: Chernyakova, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp..263C
    Citations: 0
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  82. Insight-HXMT observations of thermonuclear X-ray bursts in 4U 1636-53
    First Author: Yan, Zhe
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp..279Y
    Citations: 0
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  83. Multi-wavelength spectral modelling of the candidate neutrino blazar PKS 0735+178
    First Author: Bharathan, Athira M
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp..290B
    Citations: 0
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  84. Long-term X-ray temporal and spectral study of a Seyfert galaxy Mrk 6
    First Author: Layek, Narendranath
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp..311L
    Citations: 0
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  85. Broadband Study of Gamma-Ray Blazars at Redshifts $z=2.0-2.5$
    First Author: Sahakyan, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024MNRAS.tmp..315S
    Citations: 0
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  86. Gamma rays from a reverse shock with turbulent magnetic fields in GRB 180720B
    First Author: Arimoto, Makoto
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 8, p. 134-144
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024NatAs...8..134A
    Citations: 0
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  87. X-ray eruptions every 22 days from the nucleus of a nearby galaxy
    First Author: Guolo, Muryel
    Nature Astronomy, Advanced Online Publication
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024NatAs.tmp...15G
    Citations: 0
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  88. SO2, silicate clouds, but no CH4 detected in a warm Neptune
    First Author: Dyrek, Achrène
    Nature, Volume 625, Issue 7993, p.51-54
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024Natur.625...51D
    Citations: 0
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  89. Stream-disk shocks as the origins of peak light in tidal disruption events
    First Author: Steinberg, Elad
    Nature, Volume 625, Issue 7995, p.463-467
    Publication Date: Jan 2024
    Bibliographic Code: 2024Natur.625..463S
    Citations: 0
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  90. Multiwavelength observation of an active M-dwarf star EV Lac and its stellar flare accompanied by a delayed prominence eruption
    First Author: Inoue, Shun
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Advance Access
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2024PASJ..tmp....8I
    Citations: 0
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  91. Off-axis Afterglow Closure Relations and Fermi-LAT Detected Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Fraija, Nissim
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 2, id.126, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958..126F
    Citations: 1
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  92. Supermassive Black Holes with High Accretion Rates in Active Galactic Nuclei. XIII. Ultraviolet Time Lag of H Beta Emission in Mrk 142
    First Author: Khatu, V.C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 2, id.127, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958..127K
    Citations: 0
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  93. SN 2022joj: A Peculiar Type Ia Supernova Possibly Driven by an Asymmetric Helium-shell Double Detonation
    First Author: Liu, Chang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 2, id.178, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958..178L
    Citations: 0
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  94. AGN STORM 2. IV. Swift X-Ray and Ultraviolet/Optical Monitoring of Mrk 817
    First Author: Cackett, Edward M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 2, id.195, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958..195C
    Citations: 3
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  95. Observational Evidence of a Centi-parsec Supermassive Black Hole Binary Existing in the Nearby Galaxy M81
    First Author: Jiang, Wu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.11, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...11J
    Citations: 0
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  96. Probing pre-supernova mass loss in double-peaked Type Ibc supernovae from the Zwicky Transient Facility
    First Author: Das, Kaustav K.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.12, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...12D
    Citations: 0
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  97. The Jet Opening Angle and Event Rate Distributions of Short Gamma-ray Bursts from Late-time X-ray Afterglows
    First Author: Rouco Escorial, Alicia
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.13, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...13R
    Citations: 0
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  98. BASS XLII: The relation between the covering factor of dusty gas and the Eddington ratio in nearby active galactic nuclei
    First Author: Ricci, C.
    qThe Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.27, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...27R
    Citations: 0
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  99. Multiwavelength Survey of Dark Globule DC 314.8-5.1: Point Source Identification and Diffuse Emission Characterization
    First Author: Kosmaczewski, E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.37, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...37K
    Citations: 0
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  100. X-ray Polarization of the BL Lac Type Blazar 1ES 0229+200
    First Author: Ehlert, Steven R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.61, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...61E
    Citations: 0
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  101. The Luminosity Phase Space of Galactic and Extragalactic X-ray Transients Out to Intermediate Redshifts
    First Author: Polzin, Ava
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 2, id.75, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...75P
    Citations: 0
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  102. X-ray, Near-Ultraviolet, and Optical Flares Produced By Colliding Magnetospheres in The Young High-Eccentricity Binary DQ Tau
    First Author: Getman, Konstantin V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 2, id.98, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959...98G
    Citations: 0
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  103. NuSTAR Hard X-Ray Monitoring of Gravitationally Lensed Quasar RX J1131-1231
    First Author: DeFrancesco, Cora A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 2, id.101, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959..101D
    Citations: 0
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  104. Optical and Near-infrared Observations of the Distant but Bright 'New Year's Burst' GRB 220101A
    First Author: Zhu, Zi-Pei
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 2, id.118, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959..118Z
    Citations: 0
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  105. Stellar Properties of Observed Stars Stripped in Binaries in the Magellanic Clouds
    First Author: Götberg, Y.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 959, Issue 2, id.125, 35 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959..125G
    Citations: 9
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  106. SN 2023emq: A Flash-ionized Ibn Supernova with Possible C III Emission
    First Author: Pursiainen, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 959, Issue 1, id.L10, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...959L..10P
    Citations: 0
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  107. The Swift Deep Galactic Plane Survey (DGPS) Phase-I Catalog
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 269, Issue 2, id.49, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..269...49O
    Citations: 2
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  108. Temporal and spectral study of the X-ray pulsar 2S 1553-542 during the 2021 outburst
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 44, Issue 2, article id.60
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023JApA...44...60M
    Citations: 1
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  109. Low luminosity observation of BeXRB source IGR J21347+4737
    First Author: Ghising, Manoj
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 44, Issue 2, article id.94
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023JApA...44...94G
    Citations: 0
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  110. BASS-XL: X-ray variability properties of unobscured Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Tortosa, Alessia
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 2, pp.1687-1698
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.1687T
    Citations: 1
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  111. Star Clusters in Tidal Debris
    First Author: Rodruck, Michael
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 2, pp.2341-2364
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.2341R
    Citations: 0
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  112. Probing the nature of the X-ray source IGR J16327-4940 with Chandra
    First Author: Sidoli, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 2, pp.2560-2565
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.2560S
    Citations: 0
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  113. Quiet, but not silent: Uncovering quiescent state properties of two transient High Mass X-ray binaries
    First Author: Raman, Gayathri
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 3, pp.3262-3272
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.3262R
    Citations: 1
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  114. Long-term hard X-ray variability properties of Swift-BAT blazars
    First Author: Mundo, Sergio A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 3, pp.4040-4050
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.4040M
    Citations: 0
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  115. AstroSat observation of the magnetar SGR J1830-0645 during its first detected X-ray outburst
    First Author: Sharma, Rahul
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 4, pp.4877-4884
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.4877S
    Citations: 0
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  116. New transient ULX Candidate in NGC 4254: Evidence of circumbinary disk?
    First Author: Allak, Sinan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 4, pp.5765-5776
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.5765A
    Citations: 1
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  117. What constraints can one pose on the maximum mass of neutron stars from multi-messenger observations?
    First Author: Ai, Shunke
    `Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 4, pp.6260-6273
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.6260A
    Citations: 3
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  118. An empirical connection between line-emitting regions and X-rays heating the accretion disc in BH-LMXB MAXI J1820$+$070
    First Author: Tetarenko, B.E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 4, pp.6284-6296
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.6284T
    Citations: 0
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  119. Understanding the broadband emission process of 3C 279 through long term spectral analysis
    First Author: Thekkoth, Aminabi
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 4, pp.6364-6380
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.6364T
    Citations: 0
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  120. Transition luminosities of Galactic black hole transients with Swift/XRT and NICER/XTI observations
    First Author: Wang, Sili
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 75, Issue 6, pp.1072-1094
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023PASJ...75.1072W
    Citations: 0
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  121. Statistical X-ray analysis of gamma-ray-emitting radio galaxies
    First Author: Matake, Hiroto
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 75, Issue 6, pp.1124-1135
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023PASJ...75.1124M
    Citations: 0
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  122. Redshift Dependence of the Low-energy Spectral Index of Gamma-Ray Bursts Revisited
    First Author: Zhang, Xiao-Li
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 12, id.125003, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23l5003Z
    Citations: 0
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  123. The cosmic build-up of dust and metals. Accurate abundances from GRB-selected star-forming galaxies at $1.7 < z < 6.3$
    First Author: Heintz, K.E.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 679, id.A91, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...679A..91H
    Citations: 0
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  124. A trio of month long flares in the nova-like variable V704 And
    First Author: Zsidi, Gabriella
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 679, id.L3, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...679L...3Z
    Citations: 0
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  125. Mapping dust attenuation and the 2175 A bump at kpc scales in nearby galaxies
    First Author: Zhou, Shuang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 957, Issue 2, id.75, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...957...75Z
    Citations: 3
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  126. Identification of 1RXS J165424.6-433758 as a polar cataclysmic variable
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 957, Issue 2, id.89, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...957...89O
    Citations: 3
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  127. Detection of a raisebox-0.5extextasciitilde 0.1c radio knot in M81* associated with a moderate X-ray flare
    First Author: Wang, Xuezheng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 957, Issue 2, id.107, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...957..107W
    Citations: 2
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  128. Pavo: Discovery of a star-forming dwarf galaxy just outside the Local Group
    First Author: Jones, Michael G.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 957, Issue 1, id.L5, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...957L...5J
    Citations: 2
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  129. A Search for X-ray/UV Correlation in the Reflection-Dominated Seyfert 1 Galaxy Mrk 1044
    First Author: Barua, Samuzal
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 1, id.46, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958...46B
    Citations: 0
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  130. FRAMEx IV: Mechanical Feedback from the Active Galactic Nucleus in NGC 3079
    First Author: Fernandez, Luis C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 958, Issue 1, id.61, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958...61F
    Citations: 1
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  131. Hadronic processes at work in 5BZB J0630-2406
    First Author: Fichet de Clairfontaine, Gaetan
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 958, Issue 1, id.L2, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...958L...2F
    Citations: 1
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  132. Statistical analysis of long GRBs' prompt emission and X-ray flares: multivariate clustering and correlations
    First Author: Saji, Joseph
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 269, Issue 1, id.2, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..269....2S
    Citations: 0
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  133. Survey of Bare Active Galactic Nuclei in the local universe (z < 0.2): I. On the origin of Soft-Excess
    First Author: Nandi, Prantik
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 269, Issue 1, id.15, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..269...15N
    Citations: 3
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  134. BASS XXXIV: A Catalog of the Nuclear Mm-wave Continuum Emission Properties of AGNs Constrained on Scales <e100-200 pc
    First Author: Kawamuro, Taiki
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 269, Issue 1, id.24, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..269...24K
    Citations: 1
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  135. Understanding the nature of the optical emission in gamma-ray bursts: analysis from TAROT, COATLI, and RATIR observations
    First Author: Becerra, R. L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.3262-3273
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3262B
    Citations: 2
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  136. Digging a little deeper: characterising three new extreme ULX candidates
    First Author: Roberts, T.P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.3330-3343
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3330R
    Citations: 0
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  137. Estimating Black Hole Spin from AGN SED Fitting: The Impact of General-Relativistic Ray Tracing
    First Author: Hagen, Scott
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.3455-3467
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3455H
    Citations: 3
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  138. Understanding the very high energy γ-ray excess in nearby blazars using leptonic model
    First Author: Manzoor, Aaqib
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.3533-3540
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3533M
    Citations: 1
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  139. A Colourful Analysis: Probing the Eclipse of the Black Hole and Central Engine in NGC 6814 Using X-ray Colour-Colour Grids
    First Author: Pottie, Ben
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.3633-3644
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3633P
    Citations: 1
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  140. AT2018dyk revisited: a tidal disruption event candidate with prominent infrared echo and delayed X-ray emission in a LINER galaxy
    First Author: Huang, Shifeng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.4057-4064
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.4057H
    Citations: 3
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  141. SRG/eROSITA survey of Be stars
    First Author: Naze, Yael
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.4186-4201
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.4186N
    Citations: 3
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  142. Optical and X-ray variations during five outbursts of Aql X-1 in 3.6 yr from 2016
    First Author: Niwano, Masafumi
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.4358-4366
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.4358N
    Citations: 1
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  143. On the nature of the continuum reverberation of X-ray/UV and optical emission of IRAS 09149-6206
    First Author: Gonzalez-Buitrago, D.H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 3, pp.4524-4539
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.4524G
    Citations: 1
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  144. Swift Deep Galactic Plane Survey Classification of Swift J170800-402551.8 as a Candidate Intermediate Polar Cataclysmic Variable
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 4, pp.5015-5024
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.5015O
    Citations: 2
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  145. The B-type Binaries Characterisation Programme - II. VFTS 291: a stripped star from a recent mass transfer phase
    First Author: Villaseñor, J. I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 4, pp.5121-5145
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.5121V
    Citations: 3
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  146. GRB optical and X-ray plateau properties classifier using unsupervised machine learning
    First Author: Bhardwaj, Shubham
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 4, pp.5204-5223
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.5204B
    Citations: 0
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  147. A LOFAR prompt search for radio emission accompanying X-ray flares in GRB 210112A
    First Author: Hennessy, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.106-117
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..106H
    Citations: 0
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  148. Revisiting UV/optical continuum time lags in AGN
    First Author: Kammoun, E. S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.138-151
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..138K
    Citations: 4
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  149. SN 2021gno: a calcium-rich transient with double-peaked light curves
    First Author: Ertini, K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.279-298
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..279E
    Citations: 2
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  150. The spectra of IceCube Neutrino (SIN) candidate sources - IV. Spectral energy distributions and multiwavelength variability
    First Author: Karl, Martina
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.661-681
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..661K
    Citations: 0
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  151. Probing spectral and timing properties of the X-ray pulsar RX J0440.9+4431 in the giant outburst of 2022-2023
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.771-781
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..771M
    Citations: 1
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  152. The IRX-Beta relation in kpc-sized star forming regions in nearby galaxies
    First Author: Duffy, Laura
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.904-917
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..904D
    Citations: 2
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  153. Search for directional associations between Baikal Gigaton Volume Detector neutrino-induced cascades and high-energy astrophysical sources
    First Author: Allakhverdyan, V. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.942-951
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526..942A
    Citations: 5
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  154. The Common Fundamental Plane of X-ray Emissions from Pulsars and Magnetars in Quiescence
    First Author: Chu, Che-Yen
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.1287-1297
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526.1287C
    Citations: 0
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  155. 4U 1626-67 Returns to Spin-Down: Timing features toe the line
    First Author: Sharma, Rahul
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.L35-L40
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526L..35S
    Citations: 2
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  156. Discovery of an Extremely Intermittent Periodic Radio Source
    First Author: Surnis, M.P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 526, Issue 1, pp.L143-L148
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.526L.143S
    Citations: 0
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  157. Monthly quasi-periodic eruptions from repeated stellar disruption by a massive black hole
    First Author: Evans, P. A.
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 1368-1375
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7.1368E
    Citations: 0
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  158. Study on the X-Ray Re-brightening Signature of GRB 220117A
    First Author: Zhao, Li-Tao
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 11, id.115014, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23k5014Z
    Citations: 0
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  159. X-ray polarimetry of the accreting pulsar GX 301-2
    First Author: Suleimanov, Valery F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 678, id.A119, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...678A.119S
    Citations: 4
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  160. A search for the afterglows, kilonovae, and host galaxies of two short GRBs: GRB 211106A and GRB 211227A
    First Author: Ferro, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 678, id.A142, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...678A.142F
    Citations: 2
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  161. GRB-SN Association within the Binary-Driven Hypernova Model
    First Author: Aimuratov, Y.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 955, Issue 2, id.93, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955...93A
    Citations: 2
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  162. Signatures of the Self-organized Criticality Phenomenon in Precursors of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Li, Xiu-Juan
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 955, Issue 2, id.L34, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955L..34L
    Citations: 0
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  163. On the Subparsec-scale Core Composition of FR 0 Radio Galaxies
    First Author: Boughelilba, Margot
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 955, Issue 2, id.L41, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955L..41B
    Citations: 0
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  164. The Nature of the IMBH Candidate CXO J133815.6+043255: High-frequency Radio Emission
    First Author: Smith, Krista Lynne
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.3, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956....3S
    Citations: 1
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  165. Hybrid Emission Modeling of GRB 221009A: Shedding Light on TeV Emission Origins in Long GRBs
    First Author: Isravel, Hebzibha
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.12, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...12I
    Citations: 3
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  166. An Optically-Discovered Outburst from XTE J1859+226
    First Author: Bellm, Eric C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.21, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...21B
    Citations: 1
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  167. Chandra Observation of NGC 1559: Eight Ultraluminous X-ray Sources Including a Compact Binary Candidate
    First Author: Ma, Chen-Hsun
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.41, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...41M
    Citations: 0
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  168. MAXI J0637-430: A Possible Candidate for Bulk Motion Comptonization?
    First Author: Chatterjee, Kaushik
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.55, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...55C
    Citations: 0
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  169. BASS. XXXV. The M BH-σ* Relation of 105 Month Swift-BAT Type 1 AGNs
    First Author: Caglar, Turgay
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.60, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...60C
    Citations: 2
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  170. XMM-Newton and INTEGRAL observations of the bright GRB 230307A : vanishing of the local absorption and limits on the dust in the Magellanic Bridge
    First Author: Mereghetti, Sandro
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 2, id.97, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956...97M
    Citations: 2
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  171. Jitter radiation as an alternative mechanism for the nonthermal X-ray emission of Cassiopeia A
    First Author: Greco, Emanuele
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 2, id.116, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956..116G
    Citations: 0
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  172. Discovery and Timing of Millisecond Pulsars with the Arecibo 327 MHz Drift-Scan Survey
    First Author: Lewis, Evan F.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 2, id.132, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956..132L
    Citations: 1
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  173. Are ``Changing-Look' Active Galactic Nuclei Special in the Coevolution of Supermassive Black Holes and their Hosts? I
    First Author: Wang, J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 956, Issue 2, id.137, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956..137W
    Citations: 1
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  174. SN 2022jli: a type Ic supernova with periodic modulation of its light curve and an unusually long rise
    First Author: Moore, T.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 956, Issue 1, id.L31, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956L..31M
    Citations: 1
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  175. Dissonance in harmony: The UV/optical periodic outbursts of ASASSN-14ko exhibit repeated bumps and rebrightenings
    First Author: Huang, Shifeng
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 956, Issue 2, id.L46, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...956L..46H
    Citations: 0
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  176. The New Swift/UVOT+MaNGA (SwiM) Value-added Catalog
    First Author: Molina, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 268, Issue 2, id.63, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..268...63M
    Citations: 1
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  177. A Method to Measure Photometries of Moderately-Saturated UVOT Sources
    First Author: Zhou, Hao
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 268, Issue 2, id.65, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..268...65Z
    Citations: 0
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  178. RX J0440.9+4431: another supercritical X-ray pulsar
    First Author: Salganik, Alexander
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 4, pp.5213-5224
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.5213S
    Citations: 7
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  179. Discovery of a magnetar candidate X-ray pulsar in the Large Magellanic Cloud
    First Author: Imbrogno, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 4, pp.5566-5574
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.5566I
    Citations: 0
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  180. Search of nearby resolved neutron stars among optical sources
    First Author: Bihain, Gabriel
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 4, pp.5658-5707
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.5658B
    Citations: 0
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  181. Testing the dynamic origin of Quasi-periodic Oscillations in MAXI J1535-571 and H 1743-322
    First Author: Rawat, Divya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 4, pp.5869-5879
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.5869R
    Citations: 2
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  182. Possible circumstellar interaction origin of the early excess emission in thermonuclear supernovae
    First Author: Hu, Maokai
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.246-255
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525..246H
    Citations: 3
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  183. Multi-mission view of low-luminosity 'obscured' phase of GRS 1915+105
    First Author: Athulya M., P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.489-507
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525..489A
    Citations: 0
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  184. The exploration of the soft X-ray excess in FSRQ 4C+21.35 during the 2014 X-ray flare
    First Author: Zhao, Keqin
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.642-660
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525..642Z
    Citations: 0
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  185. Spectropolarimetric study of 4U 1630$-$47 in Steep Power law state with IXPE and NICER
    First Author: Rawat, Divya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.661-666
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525..661R
    Citations: 7
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  186. Origin of the complex iron line structure and spectral variation in Mrk 766
    First Author: Mochizuki, Yuto
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.922-932
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525..922M
    Citations: 0
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  187. SN 2020udy: a SN Iax with strict limits on interaction consistent with a helium-star companion
    First Author: Maguire, Kate
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.1210-1228
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.1210M
    Citations: 3
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  188. The origin of long soft lags and the nature of the hard-intermediate state in black hole binaries
    First Author: Kawamura, Tenyo
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.1280-1287
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.1280K
    Citations: 3
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  189. Accretion Disc Evolution in GRO J1655-40 and LMC X-3 with Relativistic and Non-Relativistic Disc Models
    First Author: Yilmaz, Anastasiya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.1288-1310
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.1288Y
    Citations: 2
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  190. Delayed Appearance and Evolution of Coronal Lines in the TDE AT2019qiz
    First Author: Short, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 1, pp.1568-1587
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.1568S
    Citations: 4
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  191. Achromatic rapid flares in hard X-rays in the γ-ray binary LS I +61 303
    First Author: Saavedra, Enzo A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 2, pp.1848-1855
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.1848S
    Citations: 1
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  192. Multiwavelength monitoring of the nucleus in PBC J2333.9-2343: the giant radio galaxy with a blazar-like core
    First Author: Hernández-García, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 2, pp.2187-2201
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.2187H
    Citations: 1
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  193. The accretion/ejection link in the neutron star X-ray binary 4U 1820-30 I: A boundary layer-jet coupling?
    First Author: Marino, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 2, pp.2366-2379
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.2366M
    Citations: 1
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  194. Long-term multiwavelength monitoring and reverberation mapping of NGC 2617 during a changing-look event
    First Author: Oknyansky, V.L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 2, pp.2571-2584
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.2571O
    Citations: 1
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  195. Tensions with the flat ΛCDM model from high-redshift cosmography
    First Author: Bargiacchi, G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 525, Issue 2, pp.3104-3116
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.525.3104B
    Citations: 9
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  196. Discovery of X-ray polarization angle rotation in active galaxy Mrk 421
    First Author: Di Gesu, Laura
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 1245-1258
    Publication Date: Oct 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7.1245D
    Citations: 8
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  197. Matter ejections behind the highs and lows of the transitional millisecond pulsar PSR J1023+0038
    First Author: Baglio, M.C.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A30, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A..30B
    Citations: 1
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  198. The ultra-long GRB 220627A at z=3.08
    First Author: de Wet, S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A32, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A..32D
    Citations: 1
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  199. Complex variations of X-ray polarization in the X-ray pulsar LS V +44 17/RX J0440.9+4431
    First Author: Doroshenko, V.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A57, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A..57D
    Citations: 10
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  200. XRBcats: Galactic High Mass X-ray Binary Catalogue★
    First Author: Neumann, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A134, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A.134N
    Citations: 14
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  201. The blue supergiant Sher 25 revisited in the Gaia era
    First Author: Weßmayer, D.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A175, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A.175W
    Citations: 1
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  202. Three is the magic number -- distance measurement of NGC 3147 using SN 2021hpr and its siblings
    First Author: Barna, Barnabas
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 677, id.A183, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...677A.183B
    Citations: 1
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  203. X-ray/UVOIR Frequency-resolved Time Lag Analysis of Mrk 335 Reveals Accretion Disk Reprocessing
    First Author: Lewin, Collin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.33, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954...33L
    Citations: 1
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  204. SN 2020bio: A Double-peaked Type IIb Supernova with Evidence of Early-time Circumstellar Interaction
    First Author: Pellegrino, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.35, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954...35P
    Citations: 3
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  205. Multiwavelength Observations of the Blazar PKS 0735+178 in Spatial and Temporal Coincidence with an Astrophysical Neutrino Candidate IceCube-211208A
    First Author: Acharyya, A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.70, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954...70A
    Citations: 7
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  206. Swift Follow-Up of Reported Radio Pulsars at Fermi 4FGL Unassociated Sources
    First Author: Kerby, Stephen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.94, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954...94K
    Citations: 0
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  207. The LIGO HET Response (LIGHETR) Project to Discover and Spectroscopically Follow Optical Transients Associated with Neutron Star Mergers
    First Author: Bustamante-Rosell, M. J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.102, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954..102B
    Citations: 0
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  208. NuSTAR Observations of Four Mid-IR Selected Dual AGN Candidates in Galaxy Mergers
    First Author: Pfeifle, Ryan W.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 2, id.116, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954..116P
    Citations: 1
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  209. Limits on Fast Radio Burst-like Counterparts to Gamma-ray Bursts using CHIME/FRB
    First Author: Curtin, Alice P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 2, id.154, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954..154C
    Citations: 9
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  210. SN 2018gj: A Short-plateau Type II Supernova with Persistent Blue-shifted H-alpha Emission
    First Author: Teja, Rishabh Singh
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 2, id.155, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954..155T
    Citations: 2
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  211. Flare Duty Cycle of Gamma-Ray Blazars and Implications for High-Energy Neutrino Emission
    First Author: Yoshida, Kenji
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 954, Issue 2, id.194, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954..194Y
    Citations: 4
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  212. Far-Ultraviolet to Near-Infrared Observations of SN 2023ixf: A high energy explosion engulfed in complex circumstellar material
    First Author: Singh Teja, Rishabh
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.L12, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954L..12T
    Citations: 21
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  213. AT2022aedm and a new class of luminous, fast-cooling transients in elliptical galaxies
    First Author: Nicholl, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 954, Issue 1, id.L28, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954L..28N
    Citations: 3
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  214. A re-emerging bright soft-X-ray state of the changing-look Active Galactic Nucleus 1ES 1927+654: a multi-wavelength view
    First Author: Ghosh, Ritesh
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.3, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955....3G
    Citations: 0
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  215. The RS Oph outburst of 2021 monitored in X-rays with NICER
    First Author: Orio, Marina
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.37, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955...37O
    Citations: 1
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  216. Late-Time HST Observations of AT 2018cow I: Further Constraints on the Fading Prompt Emission and Thermal Properties 50-60 Days Post-Explosion
    First Author: Chen, Yuyang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.42, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955...42C
    Citations: 4
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  217. Late-Time HST Observations of AT 2018cow II: Evolution of a UV-Bright Underlying Source 2-4 Years Post-Explosion
    First Author: Chen, Yuyang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.43, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955...43C
    Citations: 5
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  218. Tidal Disruption Event Demographics with the Zwicky Transient Facility: Volumetric Rates, Luminosity Function, and Implications for the Local Black Hole Mass Function
    First Author: Yao, Yuhan
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.L6, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955L...6Y
    Citations: 38
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  219. From Discovery to the First Month of the Type II Supernova 2023ixf: High and Variable Mass Loss in the Final Year Before Explosion
    First Author: Hiramatsu, Daichi
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 955, Issue 1, id.L8, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...955L...8H
    Citations: 19
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  220. Long-term X-Ray Outburst in the TeV-detected Blazar Mrk 501 in 2021-2022: Further Clues for the Emission and Unstable Processes
    First Author: Kapanadze, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 268, Issue 1, id.20, 36 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..268...20K
    Citations: 1
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  221. Powerful Radio Sources in the Southern Sky. II. A Swift X-Ray Perspective
    First Author: Massaro, F.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 268, Issue 1, id.32, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..268...32M
    Citations: 0
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  222. Spectral Energy Distributions of Southern Binary X-Ray Sources
    First Author: Dickey, John M.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 268, Issue 1, id.35, 33 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..268...35D
    Citations: 0
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  223. Fast and Not-so-Furious: Case Study of the Fast and Faint Type IIb SN 2021bxu
    First Author: Desai, Dhvanil D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 1, pp.767-785
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524..767D
    Citations: 1
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  224. Properties of Gamma-Ray Bursts associated with Supernovae and kilonovae
    First Author: Li, Q. M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 1, pp.1096-1112
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.1096L
    Citations: 2
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  225. Study of recently discovered Be/X-ray pulsar MAXI J0655-013 using NuSTAR
    First Author: Rai, Binay
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 1, pp.1352-1359
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.1352R
    Citations: 0
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  226. Type II-P supernova progenitor star initial masses and SN 2020jfo: direct detection, light-curve properties, nebular spectroscopy, and local environment
    First Author: Kilpatrick, Charles D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 2, pp.2161-2185
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.2161K
    Citations: 5
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  227. Correlations between QPO frequencies and spectral parameters of GRS 1915+105 using AstroSat observations
    First Author: Dhaka, Ruchika
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 2, pp.2721-2732
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.2721D
    Citations: 1
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  228. A new redback pulsar candidate 4FGL J2054.2+6904
    First Author: Karpova, A. V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 2, pp.3020-3025
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.3020K
    Citations: 1
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  229. The B & V light curves for recurrent nova T CrB from 1842-2022, the unique pre- and post-eruption high-states, the complex period changes, and the upcoming eruption in 2025.5 ± 1.3
    First Author: Schaefer, Bradley E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 2, pp.3146-3165
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.3146S
    Citations: 8
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  230. A rare outburst from the stealthy BeXRB system Swift J0549.7-6812
    First Author: Coe, M. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 3, pp.3263-3269
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.3263C
    Citations: 0
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  231. Long-term X-ray/UV variability in ULXs
    First Author: Khan, Norman
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 3, pp.4302-4314
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.4302K
    Citations: 0
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  232. Multi-wavelength study of TeV blazar 1ES 1218+304 using gamma-ray, X-ray and optical observations
    First Author: Diwan, Rishank
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 3, pp.4333-4345
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.4333D
    Citations: 1
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  233. Clockwise evolution in the hardness-intensity diagram of the black hole X-ray binary Swift J1910.2-0546
    First Author: Saikia, Payaswini
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 3, pp.4543-4553
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.4543S
    Citations: 0
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  234. Coronal Properties of Low-Accreting AGNs using Swift, XMM-Newton and NuSTAR Observations
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 524, Issue 3, pp.4670-4687
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524.4670J
    Citations: 5
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  235. Microquasar Cyg X-3 - a unique jet-wind neutrino factory?
    First Author: Koljonen, Karri I. I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 524, Issue 1, pp.L89-L93
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.524L..89K
    Citations: 2
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  236. An optical-ultraviolet flare with absolute AB magnitude of −39.4 detected in GRB 220101A
    First Author: Jin, Zhi-Ping
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 1108-1115
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7.1108J
    Citations: 2
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  237. Sub-second periodic radio oscillations in a microquasar
    First Author: Tian, Pengfu
    Nature, Volume 621, Issue 7978, p.271-275
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Natur.621..271T
    Citations: 0
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  238. Multiple-wavelength Correlation and Variation Study for 3C 279 at Various Timescales
    First Author: Chen, Mingtai
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Volume 135, Issue 1051, id.094101, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023PASP..135i4101C
    Citations: 0
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  239. A gamma-ray emitting NLS1 galaxy SDSS J095909.51+460014.3 identified by multiwavelength flares
    First Author: Li, Yang-Ji
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 676, id.A9, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...676A...9L
    Citations: 0
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  240. Simultaneous and panchromatic observations of the fast radio burst FRB 20180916B
    First Author: Trudu, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 676, id.A17, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...676A..17T
    Citations: 3
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  241. Compton-thick AGN in the NuSTAR Era X: Analysing seven local CT-AGN candidates
    First Author: Sengupta, Dhrubojyoti
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 676, id.A103, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...676A.103S
    Citations: 2
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  242. K2 & TESS observations of symbiotic X-ray binaries: GX 1+4 and IGR J16194-2810
    First Author: Luna, G.J.M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 676, id.L2, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...676L...2L
    Citations: 2
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  243. A NICER View on the 2020 Magnetar-Like Outburst of PSR J1846-0258
    First Author: Hu, Chin-Ping
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.120, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952..120H
    Citations: 0
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  244. Very-High-Energy Gamma-Ray Afterglows of GRB 201015A and GRB 201216C
    First Author: Zhang, Lu-Lu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.127, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952..127Z
    Citations: 4
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  245. Green Bank Telescope Discovery of the Redback Binary Millisecond Pulsar PSR J0212+5321
    First Author: Perez, Karen I.
    he Astrophysical Journal, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.150, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952..150P
    Citations: 3
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  246. A Tight Correlation Between Millimeter and X-ray Emission in Accreting Massive Black Holes from <100 Milliarcsecond-resolution ALMA Observations
    First Author: Ricci, Claudio
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.L28, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L..28R
    Citations: 9
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  247. AT 2023clx: the Faintest and Closest Optical Tidal Disruption Event Discovered in Nearby Star-forming Galaxy NGC 3799
    First Author: Zhu, Jiazheng
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.L35, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L..35Z
    Citations: 1
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  248. The Vanishing of the Primary Emission Region in PKS 1510-089
    First Author: Aharonian, F.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.L38, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L..38A
    Citations: 1
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  249. Fermi-GBM Discovery of GRB 221009A: An Extraordinarily Bright GRB from Onset to Afterglow
    First Author: Lesage, S.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 2, id.L42, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L..42L
    Citations: 44
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  250. AT 2021loi: A Bowen Fluorescence Flare with a Rebrightening Episode, Occurring in a Previously-Known AGN
    First Author: Makrygianni, Lydia
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.32, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953...32M
    Citations: 2
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  251. A Negative Long Lag from the Optical to the UV Continuum in Fairall 9
    First Author: Yao, Philippe Z.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.43, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953...43Y
    Citations: 4
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  252. Measuring Dust Attenuation Curves of SINGS/KINGFISH Galaxies Using Swift/UVOT Photometry
    First Author: Belles, Alexander
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.54, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953...54B
    Citations: 0
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  253. Constraining the evolution of the unstable accretion disk in SMC X-1 with NICER
    First Author: Brumback, McKinley C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.89, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953...89B
    Citations: 1
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  254. Continuum Reverberation Mapping of Mrk 876 Over Three Years With Remote Robotic Observatories
    First Author: Miller, Jake A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.137, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953..137M
    Citations: 2
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  255. A search for relativistic ejecta in a sample of ZTF broad-lined Type Ic supernovae
    First Author: Corsi, Alessandra
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.179, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953..179C
    Citations: 8
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  256. Investigating the Origin of the Absorption-line Variability in the Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy WPVS 007
    First Author: Green, Kaylie S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.186, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953..186G
    Citations: 1
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  257. Orbital decay in an accreting and eclipsing 13.7 minute orbital period binary with a luminous donor
    First Author: Burdge, Kevin B.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.L1, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L...1B
    Citations: 5
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  258. The Early Light Curve of SN 2023bee: Constraining Type Ia Supernova Progenitors the Apian Way
    First Author: Hosseinzadeh, Griffin
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.L15, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..15H
    Citations: 8
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  259. Shock Cooling and Possible Precursor Emission in the Early Light Curve of the Type II SN 2023ixf
    First Author: Hosseinzadeh, Griffin
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 1, id.L16, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..16H
    Citations: 26
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  260. Evidence of Stellar Oscillations in the Post-common-envelope Binary Candidate ASASSN-V J205543.90+240033.5
    First Author: Takata, J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.L17, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..17T
    Citations: 0
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  261. SN 2022acko: the First Early Far-Ultraviolet Spectra of a Type IIP Supernova
    First Author: Bostroem, K. Azalee
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.L18, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..18B
    Citations: 6
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  262. First detection of X-ray polarization from the accreting neutron star 4U 1820-303
    First Author: Di Marco, Alessandro
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.L22, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..22D
    Citations: 6
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  263. IXPE and multi-wavelength observations of blazar PG 1553+113 reveal an orphan optical polarization swing
    First Author: Middei, Riccardo
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 953, Issue 2, id.L28, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...953L..28M
    Citations: 6
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  264. SN 2023ixf in Messier 101: Photo-ionization of Dense, Close-in Circumstellar Material in a Nearby Type II Supernova
    First Author: Jacobson-Galan, W.V.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 954, Issue 2, id.L42, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...954L..42J
    Citations: 45
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  265. Multiwavelength Bulge-Disk Decomposition for the Galaxy M81 (NGC 3031). I. Morphology
    First Author: Gong, Jun-Yu
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 267, Issue 2, id.26, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..267...26G
    Citations: 2
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  266. A Stochastic Approach To Reconstruct Gamma Ray Burst Lightcurves
    First Author: Dainotti, Maria G.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 267, Issue 2, id.42, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..267...42D
    Citations: 5
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  267. Minute-Cadence Observations of the LAMOST Fields with the TMTS: II. Catalogues of Short-Period Variable Stars from the First Two-Year Surveys
    First Author: Lin, Jie
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 2, pp.2172-2192
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.2172L
    Citations: 2
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  268. SN 2022ann: A type Icn supernova from a dwarf galaxy that reveals helium in its circumstellar environment
    First Author: Davis, K.W.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 2, pp.2530-2550
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.2530D
    Citations: 11
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  269. MeerKAT caught a Mini Mouse: serendipitous detection of a young radio pulsar escaping its birth site
    First Author: Motta, S. E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 2, pp.2850-2857
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.2850M
    Citations: 1
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  270. The orbital period versus absolute magnitude relationship of intermediate polars: implications for low states and outbursts
    First Author: Mukai, Koji
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 2, pp.3192-3200
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.3192M
    Citations: 2
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  271. GRB 201015A and the nature of low-luminosity soft gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Patel, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.4923-4937
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.4923P
    Citations: 1
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  272. Rapid radio brightening of GRB 210702A
    First Author: Anderson, G.E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.4992-5005
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.4992A
    Citations: 3
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  273. NuSTAR investigation of X-ray variability and hard X-ray spectral properties in IGR J16320-4751 and IGR J16479-4514
    First Author: Varun
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.5024-5033
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.5024V
    Citations: 1
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  274. A brown dwarf donor and an optically thin accretion disc with a complex stream impact region in the period-bouncer candidate BW Sculptoris
    First Author: Neustroev, Vitaly V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.6114-6137
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.6114N
    Citations: 3
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  275. Broadband X-ray Spectral Study of Nuclear Structure in Local Obscured Radio Galaxies
    First Author: Nakatani, Yuya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 4, pp.6239-6249
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.6239N
    Citations: 0
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  276. A long-duration gamma-ray burst of dynamical origin from the nucleus of an ancient galaxy
    First Author: Levan, Andrew J.
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 976-985
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7..976L
    Citations: 9
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  277. A rotating white dwarf shows different compositions on its opposite faces
    First Author: Caiazzo, Ilaria
    Nature, Volume 620, Issue 7972, p.61-66
    Publication Date: Aug 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Natur.620...61C
    Citations: 3
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  278. A polarimetric-oriented X-ray stare at the accreting pulsar EXO 2030+375
    First Author: Malacaria, Christian
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A29, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A..29M
    Citations: 5
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  279. A machine learning algorithm for reliably predicting active galactic nucleus absorbing column densities
    First Author: Silver, Ross
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A65, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A..65S
    Citations: 1
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  280. A comparative analysis of type Ia supernovae 2018xx and 2019gbx
    First Author: Li, Yangyang
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A73, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A..73L
    Citations: 2
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  281. Combined X-ray and optical analysis to probe the origin of the plateau emission in γ -ray bursts afterglows
    First Author: Ronchini, Samuele
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A117, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A.117R
    Citations: 0
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  282. Centaurus X-3 orbital ephemerides using Insight-HXMT, RXTE, Swift/BAT, and NuSTAR observations
    First Author: Klawin, Moritz
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A135, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A.135K
    Citations: 2
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  283. Tormund's return: Hints of quasi-periodic eruption features from a recent optical tidal disruption event
    First Author: Quintin, E.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A152, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A.152Q
    Citations: 5
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  284. XRBcats: Galactic High Mass X-ray Binary Catalogue
    First Author: Avakyan, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A199, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A.199A
    Citations: 10
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  285. Panning for gold, but finding helium: discovery of the ultra-stripped supernova SN2019wxt from gravitational-wave follow-up observations
    First Author: Agudo, I.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 675, id.A201, 34 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...675A.201A
    Citations: 4
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  286. Identification of Extended Emission Gamma-Ray-Bursts Candidates using Machine Learning
    First Author: Garcia-Cifuentes, K.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 1, id.4, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951....4G
    Citations: 5
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  287. A Seven-Day Multi-Wavelength Flare Campaign on AU Mic I: High-Time Resolution Light Curves and the Thermal Empirical Neupert Effect
    First Author: Tristan, Isaiah I.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 1, id.33, 33 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951...33T
    Citations: 5
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  288. Supernova 2020wnt: An Atypical Superluminous Supernova with a Hidden Central Engine
    First Author: Tinyanont, Samaporn
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 1, id.34, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951...34T
    Citations: 6
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  289. Drop in the hard pulsed fraction and a candidate cyclotron line in IGR J16320-4751 seen by NuSTAR
    First Author: Bodaghee, Arash
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 1, id.37, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951...37B
    Citations: 0
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  290. A new sample of transient ultraluminous X-ray sources serendipitously discovered by Swift/XRT
    First Author: Brightman, Murray
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 1, id.51, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951...51B
    Citations: 4
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  291. X-ray Studies of Blazar 1ES 1959+650 Using SWIFT & XMM-NEWTON Satellite
    First Author: Wani, Kiran A
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 2, id.94, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951...94W
    Citations: 0
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  292. MASTER OT J030227.28+191754.5: A Dwarf Nova at a Massive Oxygen-Neon White Dwarf System?
    First Author: Kimura, Mariko
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 2, id.124, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951..124K
    Citations: 1
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  293. Testing the Blazar Sequence with Spectra of Recently Discovered Dim Blazars from the Fermi Unassociated Catalog
    First Author: Kerby, Stephen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 2, id.133, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951..133K
    Citations: 1
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  294. Chandra, HST/STIS, NICER, Swift, and TESS Detail the Flare Evolution of the Repeating Nuclear Transient ASASSN-14ko
    First Author: Payne, Anna V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 2, id.134, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951..134P
    Citations: 7
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  295. High-density reflection spectroscopy of black hole X-ray binaries in the hard state
    First Author: Liu, Honghui
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 951, Issue 2, id.145, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...951..145L
    Citations: 2
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  296. Early hard X-rays from the nearby core-collapse supernova SN2023ixf
    First Author: Grefenstette, Brian W.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 1, id.L3, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L...3G
    Citations: 26
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  297. Dimming of Continuum Captured in Mrk 841: New Clues on the Nature of the Soft X-ray Excess
    First Author: Mehdipour, Missagh
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 952, Issue 1, id.L5, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...952L...5M
    Citations: 2
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  298. Observational Implications of OJ 287's Predicted 2022 Disk Impact in the Black Hole Binary Model
    First Author: Valtonen, Mauri J.
    Galaxies, vol. 11, issue 4, p. 82
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Galax..11...82V
    Citations: 2
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  299. SN 2021fxy: Mid-Ultraviolet Flux Suppression is a Common Feature of Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: DerKacy, J.M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 3, pp.3481-3505
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.3481D
    Citations: 8
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  300. Multiwavelength observations of the extraordinary accretion event AT2021lwx
    First Author: Wiseman, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 3, pp.3992-4002
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.3992W
    Citations: 4
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  301. Early-time spectroscopic modelling of the transitional Type Ia Supernova 2021rhu with TARDIS
    First Author: Harvey, Luke
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 3, pp.4444-4467
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.4444H
    Citations: 1
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  302. Millihertz X-ray variability during the 2019 outburst of black hole candidate Swift J1357.2-0933
    First Author: Beri, Aru
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 3, pp.4598-4611
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.4598B
    Citations: 1
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  303. Infrared spectroscopy of the 2022 eruption of the recurrent nova U Sco
    First Author: Evans, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.4841-4851
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.4841E
    Citations: 1
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  304. A radio-emitting outflow produced by the tidal disruption event AT2020vwl
    First Author: Goodwin, A. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.5084-5097
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.5084G
    Citations: 4
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  305. Deciphering the unusual stellar progenitor of GRB 210704A
    First Author: Becerra, R.L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.5204-5216
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.5204B
    Citations: 5
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  306. The first X-ray look at SMSS J114447.77-430859.3: the most luminous quasar in the last 9 Gyr
    First Author: Kammoun, E. S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.5217-5237
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.5217K
    Citations: 1
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  307. Early excess emission in Type Ia supernovae from the interaction between supernova ejecta and their circumstellar wind
    First Author: Moriya, Takashi J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.6035-6042
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.6035M
    Citations: 5
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  308. Timing analysis of Swift J0243.6+6124 with NICER and Fermi/GBM during the decay phase of the 2017-2018 outburst
    First Author: Serim, M.M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 4, pp.6115-6122
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.6115S
    Citations: 2
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  309. Probing gamma-ray bursts observed at very high energies through their afterglow
    First Author: Guarini, Ersilia
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.149-162
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523..149G
    Citations: 5
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  310. Modelling the variable emission states of gamma-ray emitting Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 galaxies
    First Author: Luashvili, Anna
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.404-427
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523..404L
    Citations: 1
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  311. Multi-wavelength variability of γ-ray emitting narrow-line seyfert 1 galaxies
    First Author: Yao, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.441-452
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523..441Y
    Citations: 0
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  312. Testing Super-Eddington Accretion onto a Supermassive Black Hole: Reverberation Mapping of PG 1119+120
    First Author: Donnan, Fergus R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.545-567
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523..545D
    Citations: 2
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  313. Optical darkness in short-duration gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Gobat, Caden
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.775-784
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523..775G
    Citations: 3
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  314. XTE J1906+090: A persistent low luminosity Be X-ray Binary
    First Author: Sguera, V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.1192-1198
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523.1192S
    Citations: 2
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  315. An ultrafast outflow in the black hole candidate MAXI J1810-222?
    First Author: Del Santo, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.L15-L20
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523L..15D
    Citations: 1
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  316. GlobULeS - V. UVIT/AstroSat studies of stellar populations in NGC 362: detection of blue lurkers in a globular cluster
    First Author: Dattatrey, Arvind K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 523, Issue 1, pp.L58-L63
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.523L..58D
    Citations: 0
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  317. A Superluminous Supernova Lightened by Collisions with Pulsational Pair-instability Shells
    First Author: Lin, Weili
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 779-789
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7..779L
    Citations: 6
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  318. Exceptionally bright optical emission from a rare and distant $gamma-$ray burst
    First Author: Oganesyan, Gor
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 843-855
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7..843O
    Citations: 9
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  319. The spin measurement of MAXI J0637-430: a black hole candidate with high disk density
    First Author: Jia, Nan
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 7, id.075022, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23g5022J
    Citations: 0
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  320. Multiwavelength spectroscopic study of shock driven phenomena in explosive outbursts in symbiotic-like recurrent novae with emphasis on RS Ophiuchi
    First Author: Azzollini, Alessandra
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 674, id.A139, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...674A.139A
    Citations: 1
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  321. Alive and kicking: A new QPE phase in GSN 069 revealing a quiescent luminosity threshold for QPEs
    First Author: Miniutti, G.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 674, id.L1, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...674L...1M
    Citations: 10
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  322. Seven reflares, a mini-outburst and an outburst : High amplitude optical variations in the black hole X-ray binary Swift J1910.2-0546
    First Author: Saikia, Payaswini
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 949, Issue 2, id.104, 16 pp
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949..104S
    Citations: 3
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  323. A Search for Extragalactic Fast Blue Optical Transients in ZTF and the Rate of AT2018cow-like Transients
    First Author: Ho, Anna Y. Q.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 949, Issue 2, id.120, 37 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949..120H
    Citations: 82
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  324. Evidence for two distinct populations of kilonova-associated Gamma Ray Bursts
    First Author: Dimple
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 949, Issue 2, id.L22, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949L..22D
    Citations: 7
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  325. Magnetar central engines in gamma-ray busts follow the universal relation of accreting magnetic stars
    First Author: Dall'Osso, Simone and Stratta, Giulia and Perna, Rosalba and de Cesare, Giovanni and Stella, Luigi
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 949, Issue 2, id.L32, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949L..32D
    Citations: 0
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  326. Strong and Rapid X-ray Variability of the Super-Eddington Accreting Quasar SDSS J081456.10+532533.5
    First Author: Huang, Jian
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 1, id.18, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950...18H
    Citations: 3
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  327. The spin-down accretion regime of Galactic ultra-luminous X-ray pulsar Swift J0243.6+6124
    First Author: Liu, Jiren
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 1, id.42, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950...42L
    Citations: 1
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  328. Magnetar Giant Flare Origin for GRB 210410A?
    First Author: Li, Guo-Yu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 2, id.78, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950...78L
    Citations: 0
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  329. X-ray flares in long-term light curve of low luminosity AGN - M81*
    First Author: Tomar, Gunjan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 2, id.113, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950..113T
    Citations: 1
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  330. Limits on Leptonic TeV Emission from the Cygnus Cocoon with Swift-XRT
    First Author: Guevel, David
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 2, id.116, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950..116G
    Citations: 0
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  331. VERITAS discovery of very high energy gamma-ray emission from S3 1227+25 and multiwavelength observations
    First Author: Acharyya, Atreya
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 950, Issue 2, id.152, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950..152A
    Citations: 3
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  332. GRB 191019A: a short gamma-ray burst in disguise from the disk of an active galactic nucleus
    First Author: Lazzati, Davide
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 950, Issue 2, id.L20, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...950L..20L
    Citations: 3
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  333. Multimessenger Characterization of Markarian 501 during Historically Low X-Ray and γ-Ray Activity
    First Author: Abe, H.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 266, Issue 2, id.37, 43 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..266...37A
    Citations: 6
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  334. Spectral properties of the Be/X-ray pulsar 2S 1553-542 during Type II outbursts
    First Author: Rai, Binay
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 44, Issue 1, article id.39
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023JApA...44...39R
    Citations: 1
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  335. Type Ia supernovae SN 2013bz, PSN J0910 + 5003, and ASASSN-16ex: similar to 09dc-like?
    First Author: Tiwari, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.5207-5223
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.5207T
    Citations: 1
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  336. The multi-wavelength view of shocks in the fastest nova V1674 Her
    First Author: Sokolovsky, K.V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.5453-5472
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.5453S
    Citations: 7
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  337. Refining the prediction for OJ 287 next impact flare arrival epoch
    First Author: Valtonen, Mauri J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.6143-6155
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.6143V
    Citations: 11
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  338. Unravelling optical and X-ray properties of the disc-dominated intermediate polar IGR J15094-6649
    First Author: Joshi, Arti
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.6156-6169
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.6156J
    Citations: 0
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  339. Unravelling the secrets of blazar OT 081: a multiwavelength investigation
    First Author: Deng, Junhao
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 4, pp.6210-6218
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.6210D
    Citations: 0
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  340. Time-dependent visibility modelling of a relativistic jet in the X-ray binary MAXI J1803-298
    First Author: Wood, C.M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 1, pp.70-89
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522...70W
    Citations: 1
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  341. Optical/UV emission in the Tidal Disruption Event ASASSN-14li: implications of disc modelling
    First Author: Wen, Sixiang
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 1, pp.1155-1168
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.1155W
    Citations: 2
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  342. The ultraviolet habitable zone of exoplanets
    First Author: Spinelli, R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 1, pp.1411-1418
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.1411S
    Citations: 0
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  343. Diagnosing the ejecta properties of engine-driven supernovae from observables in their initial phase
    First Author: Maeda, Keiichi
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 2, pp.2267-2278
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.2267M
    Citations: 2
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  344. The X-ray variation of M81* resolved by Chandra and NuSTAR
    First Author: Niu, Shu
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 2, pp.2644-2654
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.2644N
    Citations: 1
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  345. Three cases of optical periodic modulation in Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Li, Jie
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 522, Issue 2, pp.2928-2935
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522.2928L
    Citations: 1
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  346. Two-component jet model for multi-wavelength afterglow emission of the extremely energetic burst GRB 221009A
    First Author: Sato, Yuri
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 522, Issue 1, pp.L56-L60
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522L..56S
    Citations: 25
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  347. Absence of the predicted 2022 October outburst of OJ 287 and implications for binary SMBH scenarios
    First Author: Komossa, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 522, Issue 1, pp.L84-L88
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.522L..84K
    Citations: 12
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  348. Prompt-to-afterglow transition of optical emission in a long gamma-ray burst consistent with a fireball
    First Author: Xin, Liping
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 724-730
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7..724X
    Citations: 3
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  349. A tera-electronvolt afterglow from a narrow jet in an extremely bright gamma-ray burst 221009A
    First Author: LHAASO Collaboration
    Science, Volume 380, Issue 6652, pp. 1390-1396 (2023).
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Sci...380.1390L
    Citations: 37
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  350. A structured jet explains the extreme GRB 221009A
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    Science Advances, vol. 9, issue 23, id. eadi1405
    Publication Date: Jun 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023SciA....9I1405O
    Citations: 32
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  351. Another X-ray UFO without a momentum-boosted molecular outflow
    First Author: Bonanomi, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 673, id.A46, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...673A..46B
    Citations: 0
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  352. Long-term Swift and Mets"ahovi monitoring of SDSS J164100.10+345452.7 reveals multi-wavelength correlated variability
    First Author: Romano, P.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 673, id.A85, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...673A..85R
    Citations: 1
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  353. AT 2020wey and the class of faint and fast Tidal Disruption Events
    First Author: Charalampopoulos, Panos
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 673, id.A95, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...673A..95C
    Citations: 17
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  354. Hidden shock powering the peak of SN 2020faa
    First Author: Salmaso, I.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 673, id.A127, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...673A.127S
    Citations: 1
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  355. Coronal X-Ray Emission from Nearby, Low-mass, Exoplanet Host Stars Observed by the MUSCLES and Mega-MUSCLES HST Treasury Survey Projects
    First Author: Brown, Alexander
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 165, Issue 5, id.195, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AJ....165..195B
    Citations: 1
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  356. Possible optical counterparts of ULXs in NGC 1672
    First Author: Allak, S.
    Astronomische Nachrichten, Volume 344, Issue 4, article id. easna.20230027
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AN....34430027A
    Citations: 0
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  357. The peculiar variable X-ray spectrum of the active galactic nucleus PKS 2005-489
    First Author: Chase, Owen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.2, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948....2C
    Citations: 1
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  358. A Study of the Overall Evolution Behaviors of Pulses and Flares within Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Zhu, Dan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.23, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948...23Z
    Citations: 0
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  359. Photometric and Spectroscopic Observations of GRB 190106A: Emission from Reverse and Forward Shocks with Late-time Energy Injection
    First Author: Zhu, Zi-Pei
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.30, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948...30Z
    Citations: 3
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  360. Investigating the superorbital modulations in 4U 1909+07, IGR J16418-4532 and IGR J16479-4514 with Swift XRT, BAT and NuSTAR observations
    First Author: Islam, Nazma
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.45, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948...45I
    Citations: 1
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  361. Exploring the Emission Mechanisms of Mrk 180 with long term X-ray and gamma-ray data
    First Author: Mondal, Sandeep Kumar
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 948, Issue 2, id.75, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948...75M
    Citations: 1
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  362. A luminous dust-obscured Tidal Disruption Event candidate in a star forming galaxy at 42 Mpc
    First Author: Panagiotou, Christos
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.L5, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948L...5P
    Citations: 6
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  363. Flux-resolved spectro-polarimetric evolution of the X-ray pulsar Her X-1 using IXPE
    First Author: Garg, Akash
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 948, Issue 1, id.L10, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948L..10G
    Citations: 1
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  364. GRANDMA and HXMT Observations of GRB 221009A -- the Standard-Luminosity Afterglow of a Hyper-Luminous Gamma-Ray Burst
    First Author: Kann, D.A.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 948, Issue 2, id.L12, 34 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948L..12K
    Citations: 25
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  365. Scary Barbie: An Extremely Energetic, Long-Duration Tidal Disruption Event Candidate Without a Detected Host Galaxy at z = 0.995
    First Author: Subrayan, Bhagya M.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 948, Issue 2, id.L19, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948L..19S
    Citations: 3
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  366. X-Ray Polarization of BL Lacertae in Outburst
    First Author: Peirson, Abel L.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 948, Issue 2, id.L25, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...948L..25P
    Citations: 6
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  367. The Low Temperature Corona in ESO 511 − G030 Revealed by NuSTAR and XMM-Newton
    First Author: Zhang, Zuobin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 949, Issue 1, id.4, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949....4Z
    Citations: 1
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  368. SN2017egm: A Helium-rich Superluminous Supernova with Multiple Bumps in the Light Curves
    First Author: Zhu, Jiazheng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 949, Issue 1, id.23, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949...23Z
    Citations: 3
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  369. GRB 221009A: An ordinary nearby GRB with extraordinary observational properties
    First Author: Lan, Lin
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 949, Issue 1, id.L4, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949L...4L
    Citations: 6
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  370. Properties of the Extremely Energetic GRB 221009A from Konus-WIND and SRG/ART-XC Observations
    First Author: Frederiks, D.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 949, Issue 1, id.L7, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...949L...7F
    Citations: 42
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  371. Modelling continuum reverberation in active galactic nuclei: a spectral-timing analysis of the ultraviolet variability through X-ray reverberation in Fairall 9
    First Author: Hagen, Scott
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.251-268
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521..251H
    Citations: 6
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  372. The afterglow of GRB 070707 and a possible kilonova component
    First Author: Zhu, Yi-Ming
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.269-277
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521..269Z
    Citations: 0
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  373. The study of thermonuclear X-ray bursts in accreting millisecond pulsar MAXI J1816-195 with NuSTAR and NICER
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.881-892
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521..881M
    Citations: 2
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  374. Origin of multiwavelength emission from flaring high redshift blazar PKS 0537-286
    First Author: Sahakyan, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.1013-1022
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.1013S
    Citations: 3
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  375. SN 2021zny: an early flux excess combined with late-time oxygen emission suggests a double white dwarf merger event
    First Author: Dimitriadis, Georgios
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.1162-1183
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.1162D
    Citations: 17
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  376. Dust-scattering rings of GRB 221009A as seen by the Neil Gehrels Swift satellite: can we count them all?
    First Author: Vasilopoulos, Georgios
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.1590-1600
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.1590V
    Citations: 6
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  377. The Extragalactic Serendipitous Swift Survey (ExSeSS) -- I. Survey definition and measurements of the X-ray number counts
    First Author: Delaney, Jack N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 2, pp.1620-1632
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.1620D
    Citations: 2
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  378. The 2019 outburst of AMXP SAX J1808.4-3658 and radio follow up of MAXI J0911-655 and XTE J1701-462
    First Author: Gasealahwe, K. V. S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 2, pp.2806-2813
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.2806G
    Citations: 3
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  379. Gamma-ray flares and broadband spectral study of PKS 0402-362
    First Author: Das, Avik Kumar
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3451-3474
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3451D
    Citations: 0
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  380. TESS Shines Light on the Origin of the Ambiguous Nuclear Transient ASASSN-18el
    First Author: Hinkle, Jason T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3517-3526
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3517H
    Citations: 9
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  381. Origins of the UV/X-ray Relation in Arakelian 120
    First Author: Mahmoud, Ra'ad David
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3585-3596
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3585M
    Citations: 4
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  382. A catalog of unusually long thermonuclear bursts on neutron stars
    First Author: Alizai, K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3608-3624
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3608A
    Citations: 1
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  383. Multiple flares in the changing-look AGN NGC 5273
    First Author: Neustadt, J.M.M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3810-3829
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3810N
    Citations: 2
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  384. Gamma-ray bursts, quasars, baryonic acoustic oscillations, and supernovae Ia: new statistical insights and cosmological constraints
    First Author: Bargiacchi, G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3909-3924
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3909B
    Citations: 21
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  385. On the cyclotron absorption line and evidence of the spectral transition in SMC X-2 during 2022 giant outburst
    First Author: Jaisawal, G. K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.3951-3961
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.3951J
    Citations: 3
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  386. Contrasting X-ray/UV time-lags in Seyfert 1 galaxies NGC 4593 and NGC 7469 using AstroSat observations
    First Author: Kumari, Kavita
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.4109-4121
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.4109K
    Citations: 1
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  387. The origin of optical emission lines in the soft state of X-ray binary outbursts: The case of MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Koljonen, K. I. I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.4190-4206
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.4190K
    Citations: 4
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  388. A red giant orbiting a black hole
    First Author: El-Badry, Kareem
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.4323-4348
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.4323E
    Citations: 39
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  389. Evaluating the jet/accretion coupling of Aql X-1: probing the contribution of accretion flow spectral components
    First Author: Fijma, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 3, pp.4490-4503
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.4490F
    Citations: 2
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  390. Flaring activity from magnetic reconnection in BL Lacertae
    First Author: Agarwal, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 521, Issue 1, pp.L53-L58
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521L..53A
    Citations: 1
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  391. A radio-detected thermonuclear supernova from a single-degenerate progenitor with a helium star donor
    First Author: Kool, Erik C.
    Nature, Volume 617, Issue 7961, p.477-482
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Natur.617..477K
    Citations: 15
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  392. NGC 4117: A New Compton-thick AGN Revealed by Broadband X-Ray Spectral Analysis
    First Author: Mohanadas, Pavithra
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 5, id.055002, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23e5002M
    Citations: 1
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  393. Optical polarization reveals colliding stellar stream shocks in a tidal disruption event
    First Author: Liodakis, I.
    Science, Volume 380, Issue 6645, pp. 656-658 (2023).
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Sci...380..656L
    Citations: 5
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  394. A Swift Response to Newly Discovered, Nearby Transients
    First Author: Brown, Peter J.
    Universe, vol. 9, issue 5, p. 218
    Publication Date: May 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Univ....9..218B
    Citations: 1
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  395. The NuSTAR view of the changing look AGN ESO 323-G77
    First Author: Serafinelli, Roberto
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 672, id.A10, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...672A..10S
    Citations: 1
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  396. Neutrino search from {gamma}-ray bursts during the prompt and X-ray afterglow phases using 10 years of IceCube public data
    First Author: Lucarelli, Francesco
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 672, id.A102, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...672A.102L
    Citations: 10
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  397. Probing the nature of the low state in the extreme ultraluminous X-ray pulsar NGC 5907 ULX1
    First Author: Fürst, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 672, id.A140, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...672A.140F
    Citations: 3
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  398. Discovery of the luminous X-ray ignition eRASSt J234402.9-352640; I. Tidal disruption event or a rapid increase in accretion in an active galactic nucleus?
    First Author: Homan, D.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 672, id.A167, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...672A.167H
    Citations: 5
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  399. Properties of 2017-18 'failed' Outburst of GX 339-4
    First Author: Debnath, Dipak
    Advances in Space Research, Volume 71, Issue 8, p. 3508-3520.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AdSpR..71.3508D
    Citations: 0
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  400. Tracking the Enigmatic Globular Cluster Ultracompact X-ray Binary X1850--087: Extreme Radio Variability in the Hard State
    First Author: Panurach, T.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 946, Issue 2, id.88, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946...88P
    Citations: 1
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  401. AGN STORM 2. III. A NICER view of the variable X-ray obscurer in Mrk 817
    First Author: Partington, Ethan R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 1, id.2, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947....2P
    Citations: 6
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  402. The Black Hole Candidate Swift J1728.9-3613 and the Supernova Remnant G351.9-0.9
    First Author: Balakrishnan, Mayura
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 1, id.38, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947...38B
    Citations: 3
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  403. Very High Energy Afterglow Emission of GRB~221009A: Lessons Learned from the Brightest Long Gamma-ray Burst in a Wind Environment
    First Author: Ren, Jia
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 2, id.53, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947...53R
    Citations: 35
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  404. UV/Optical disk reverberation lags despite a faint X-ray corona in the AGN Mrk 335
    First Author: Kara, Erin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 2, id.62, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947...62K
    Citations: 7
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  405. Revealing the spectral state transition of the Clocked Burster, GS 1826-238 with NuSTAR StrayCats
    First Author: Yun, S.B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 2, id.81, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947...81Y
    Citations: 0
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  406. Hard TeV Gamma-Ray Afterglows of Nearby GRB 190829A as a Tentative Signature of Ultra-High-Energy Cosmic Rays Accelerated in Gamma-Ray Burst Jets
    First Author: Huang, Jian-Kun
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 947, Issue 2, id.84, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947...84H
    Citations: 3
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  407. GRB 211211A: A Neutron Star-White Dwarf Merger?
    First Author: Zhong, Shu-Qing
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 947, Issue 2, id.L21, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...947L..21Z
    Citations: 9
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  408. Hard X-Ray to Radio Multiwavelength SED Analysis of Local U/LIRGs in GOALS Sample with Self-consistent AGN Model Including Polar-dust Component
    First Author: Yamada, Satoshi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 265, Issue 2, id.37, 66 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..265...37Y
    Citations: 11
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  409. The Long-term Monitoring Results of Insight-HXMT in the First 4 Yr Galactic Plane Scanning Survey
    First Author: Wang, Chen
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 265, Issue 2, id.52, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJS..265...52W
    Citations: 0
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  410. Oxygen abundances in the narrow line regions of Seyfert galaxies and the metallicity-luminosity relation
    First Author: Armah, Mark
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 2, pp.1687-1703
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.1687A
    Citations: 4
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  411. Evidence for an abundant old population of Galactic Ultra long period magnetars and implications for fast radio bursts
    First Author: Beniamini, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 2, pp.1872-1894
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.1872B
    Citations: 15
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  412. Multi-frequency Variability Study of Flat-Spectrum Radio Quasar PKS 0346-27
    First Author: Kamaram, Sushanth Reddy
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 2, pp.2024-2038
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.2024K
    Citations: 1
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  413. The radio detection and accretion properties of the peculiar nuclear transient AT 2019avd
    First Author: Wang, Yanan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 2, pp.2417-2435
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.2417W
    Citations: 4
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  414. SN 2018hna: Adding a Piece to the Puzzles of the Explosion of Blue Supergiants
    First Author: Xiang, Danfeng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 2, pp.2965-2982
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.2965X
    Citations: 4
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  415. Supercritical accretion of BeXRB SXP 15.3
    First Author: Ghising, Manoj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 3, pp.3396-3404
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.3396G
    Citations: 0
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  416. Monitoring observations of SMC X-1's excursions (MOOSE)-II: A new excursion accompanies spin-up acceleration
    First Author: Hu, Chin-Ping
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 3, pp.3436-3442
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.3436H
    Citations: 2
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  417. The rebrightening of a ROSAT-selected tidal disruption event: repeated weak partial disruption flares from a quiescent galaxy?
    First Author: Malyali, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 3, pp.3549-3559
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.3549M
    Citations: 15
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  418. eRASSt J074426.3+291606: Prompt accretion disc formation in a 'faint and slow' tidal disruption event
    First Author: Malyali, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 3, pp.4209-4225
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.4209M
    Citations: 6
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  419. Using X-ray continuum-fitting to estimate the spin of MAXI J1305-704
    First Author: Feng, Ye
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 4, pp.5803-5816
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.5803F
    Citations: 2
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  420. Evolution of the afterglow optical spectral shape of GRB 201015A in the first hour: evidence for dust destruction
    First Author: Komesh, Toktarkhan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 4, pp.6104-6110
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.6104K
    Citations: 1
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  421. AstroSat observations of the Be/X-ray binary XTE J1946+274 during 2018 and 2021 outbursts
    First Author: Chandra, Amar Deo
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 4, id.045003, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23d5003C
    Citations: 3
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  422. SRG/eROSITA-triggered XMM-Newton observations of three Be/X-ray binaries in the LMC: Discovery of X-ray pulsations
    First Author: Haberl, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A90, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A..90H
    Citations: 2
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  423. GRB minimum variability timescale with Insight-HXMT and Swift: implications for progenitor models, dissipation physics and GRB classifications
    First Author: Camisasca, A.E.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A112, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A.112C
    Citations: 5
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  424. The triple-peaked afterglow of GRB 210731A from X-ray to radio frequencies
    First Author: de Wet, S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A116, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A.116D
    Citations: 3
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  425. Update of the INTEGRAL/IBIS AGN catalogue: deeper on the Galactic plane and wider beyond
    First Author: Malizia, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A152, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A.152M
    Citations: 1
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  426. Forbidden hugs in pandemic times. IV. Panchromatic evolution of three luminous red novae
    First Author: Pastorello, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A158, 33 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A.158P
    Citations: 5
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  427. OJ 287: A new BH mass estimate of the secondary
    First Author: Titarchuk, Lev
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 671, id.A159, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...671A.159T
    Citations: 3
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  428. Long-term Swift and multiwavelength observations of two TeV-detected blazars with unknown redshifts
    First Author: Kapanadze, B.
    Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 368, Issue 3, article id.23
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Ap&SS.368...23K
    Citations: 1
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  429. Self-similarities and Power Laws in the Time-resolved Spectra of GRB 190114C, GRB 130427A, GRB 160509A, and GRB 160625B
    First Author: Li, Liang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 945, Issue 1, id.10, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945...10L
    Citations: 13
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  430. Classification of BATSE, Swift, and Fermi Gamma-Ray Bursts from Prompt Emission Alone
    First Author: Steinhardt, Charles L.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 945, Issue 1, id.67, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945...67S
    Citations: 8
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  431. GRB 171205A: Hypernova and Newborn Neutron Star
    First Author: Wang, Yu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 945, Issue 2, id.95, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945...95W
    Citations: 7
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  432. A candidate relativistic tidal disruption event at 340 Mpc
    First Author: Somalwar, Jean J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 945, Issue 2, id.142, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945..142S
    Citations: 6
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  433. The 2022 high-energy outburst and radio disappearing act of the magnetar 1E 1547.0-5408
    First Author: Lower, Marcus E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 945, Issue 2, id.153, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945..153L
    Citations: 4
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  434. Unusual Hard X-ray Flares Caught in NICER Monitoring of the Binary Supermassive Black Hole Candidate AT2019cuk/Tick Tock/SDSS J1430+2303
    First Author: Masterson, Megan
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 945, Issue 2, id.L34, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...945L..34M
    Citations: 1
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  435. The origin and evolution of the normal Type Ia SN 2018aoz with infant-phase reddening and excess emission
    First Author: Ni, Yuan Qi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.7, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946....7N
    Citations: 16
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  436. The Type Ibn Supernova 2019kbj -- Indications for Diversity in Type Ibn Supernova Progenitors
    First Author: Ben-Ami, Tom
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.30, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946...30B
    Citations: 2
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  437. The Quest for the Missing Dust. II. Two Orders of Magnitude of Evolution in the Dust-to-gas Ratio Resolved within Local Group Galaxies
    First Author: Clark, Christopher J. R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.42, 35 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946...42C
    Citations: 4
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  438. The IXPE view of GRB 221009A
    First Author: Negro, Michela
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L21, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..21N
    Citations: 14
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  439. The optical light curve of GRB 221009A: the afterglow and detection of the emerging supernova SN 2022xiw
    First Author: Fulton, M.D.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L22, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..22F
    Citations: 23
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  440. The Radio to GeV Afterglow of GRB 221009A
    First Author: Laskar, Tanmoy
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L23, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..23L
    Citations: 34
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  441. GRB 221009A: Discovery of an Exceptionally Rare Nearby and Energetic Gamma-Ray Burst
    First Author: Williams, Maia A.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L24, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..24W
    Citations: 47
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  442. H.E.S.S. Follow-up Observations of GRB 221009A
    First Author: Aharonian, F.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L27, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..27A
    Citations: 8
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  443. The First JWST Spectrum of a GRB Afterglow: No Bright Supernova in Observations of the Brightest GRB of all Time, GRB 221009A
    First Author: Levan, A. J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 946, Issue 1, id.L28, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...946L..28L
    Citations: 20
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  444. Synchrotron self-compton emission in the two-component jet model for gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Sato, Yuri
    Journal of High Energy Astrophysics, Volume 37, p. 51-61.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023JHEAp..37...51S
    Citations: 8
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  445. Multi-wavelength study of the luminous GRB 210619B observed with Fermi and ASIM
    First Author: Caballero-García, M. D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 3, pp.3201-3226
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.3201C
    Citations: 6
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  446. Flares in the changing look AGN Mrk 590. I: The UV response to X-ray outbursts suggests a more complex reprocessing geometry than a standard disk
    First Author: Lawther, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 3, pp.3903-3922
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.3903L
    Citations: 6
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  447. X-ray and UV radiation in the planet-forming T-Tauri system PDS 70. Signs of accretion and coronal activity
    First Author: Joyce, Simon R. G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 3, pp.4514-4528
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.4514J
    Citations: 1
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  448. Interpretation of radio afterglows in the framework of the standard fireball and energy injection models
    First Author: Levine, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 3, pp.4670-4683
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.4670L
    Citations: 7
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  449. Radio Transients and Variables in the Tenth Deeper, Wider, Faster Observing Run
    First Author: Dobie, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 3, pp.4684-4698
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.4684D
    Citations: 4
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  450. From X-rays to physical parameters: a comprehensive analysis of thermal tidal disruption event X-ray spectra
    First Author: Mummery, Andrew
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 4, pp.5828-5847
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.5828M
    Citations: 5
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  451. Radio detections of two unusual cataclysmic variables in the VLA Sky Survey
    First Author: Ridder, M. E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 4, pp.5922-5930
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.5922R
    Citations: 0
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  452. Constraints on the X-ray Luminosity Function of AGN at z=5.7-6.4 with the Extragalactic Serendipitous Swift Survey
    First Author: Barlow-Hall, Cassandra L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 4, pp.6055-6064
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.6055B
    Citations: 4
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  453. Systematic Broad-band X-ray Study of super-Eddington Accretion onto Supermassive Black Holes. I. X-ray Continuum
    First Author: Tortosa, Alessia
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 4, pp.6267-6283
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.6267T
    Citations: 5
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  454. A Bayesian approach for torque modelling of BeXRB pulsars with application to super-Eddington accretors
    First Author: Karaferias, A. S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.281-299
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520..281K
    Citations: 5
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  455. GRB 160410A: the first Chemical Study of the Interstellar Medium of a Short GRB
    First Author: Agüí Fernández, J. F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.613-636
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520..613A
    Citations: 14
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  456. Probing the multiwavelength emission scenario of GRB 190114C
    First Author: Klinger, Marc
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.839-849
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520..839K
    Citations: 2
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  457. Investigating the variability of Swift-BAT blazars with NICER
    First Author: Mundo, Sergio A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.1044-1054
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.1044M
    Citations: 1
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  458. Changes in the distribution of circum-binary material around the HMXB GX 301-2 during a rapid spin-up episode of the neutron star
    First Author: Manikantan, Hemanth
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.1411-1416
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.1411M
    Citations: 2
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  459. Evolutionary implications of a magnetar interpretation for GLEAM-X J162759.5-523504.3
    First Author: Suvorov, Arthur G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 1, pp.1590-1600
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.1590S
    Citations: 4
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  460. A helium-burning white dwarf binary as a supersoft X-ray source
    First Author: Greiner, J.
    Nature, Volume 615, Issue 7953, p.605-609
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Natur.615..605G
    Citations: 4
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  461. A Census of Archival X-Ray Spectra for Modeling Tidal Disruption Events
    First Author: Goldtooth, Aaron
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Volume 135, Issue 1045, id.034101, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023PASP..135c4101G
    Citations: 2
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  462. SN2020qlb: a hydrogen-poor superluminous supernova with well-characterized light curve undulations
    First Author: West, S. L.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A7, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A...7W
    Citations: 11
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  463. Taking a break: paused accretion in the symbiotic binary RT Cru
    First Author: Pujol, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A32, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A..32P
    Citations: 4
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  464. Long-term multi-wavelength study of 1ES 0647+250
    First Author: MAGIC Collaboration
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A49, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A..49M
    Citations: 2
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  465. Disentangling the nature of the prototype radio weak BL Lac: Contemporaneous multifrequency observations of WISE J141046.00 + 740511.2
    First Author: Marchesini, E.J.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A91, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A..91M
    Citations: 0
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  466. Repeating tidal disruptions in GSN 069: Long-term evolution and constraints on quasi-periodic eruptions' models
    First Author: Miniutti, G.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A93, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A..93M
    Citations: 24
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  467. The outburst of the changing-look AGN IRAS23226-3843 in 2019
    First Author: Kollatschny, Wolfram
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A103, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A.103K
    Citations: 3
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  468. The 100-month Swift catalogue of supergiant fast X-ray transients II. SFXT diagnostics from outburst properties
    First Author: Romano, P.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A127, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A.127R
    Citations: 5
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  469. High Resolution X-ray Spectra of RS Ophiuchi (2006 and 2021): Revealing the cause of SSS variability
    First Author: Ness, J. -U.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 670, id.A131, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...670A.131N
    Citations: 3
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  470. Identifying the 3FHL Catalog. VI. Results of the 2019 Gemini Optical Spectroscopy
    First Author: Rajagopal, M.
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 165, Issue 2, id.42, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AJ....165...42R
    Citations: 2
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  471. Pseudo Redshifts of Gamma-Ray Bursts Derived from the L-T-E Correlation
    First Author: Deng, Chen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 2, id.126, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943..126D
    Citations: 5
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  472. GlobULeS-IV. UVIT/AstroSat detection of extremely low mass white dwarf companions to blue straggler stars in NGC 362
    First Author: Dattatrey, Arvind K.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 2, id.130, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943..130D
    Citations: 5
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  473. Using Neural Networks to Differentiate Newly Discovered BL Lacs and FSRQs among the 4FGL Unassociated Sources Employing Gamma-ray, X-ray, UV/Optical and IR Data
    First Author: Kaur, Amanpreet
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 2, id.167, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943..167K
    Citations: 5
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  474. The luminous type Ia supernova 2022ilv and its early excess emission
    First Author: Srivastav, Shubham
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 943, Issue 2, id.L20, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943L..20S
    Citations: 17
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  475. A Special State Transition in the Blazar OT 081: Implication for the Unified State Transition Paradigm of Different-scale Black Hole Systems
    First Author: Ding, Nan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 1, id.12, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944...12D
    Citations: 1
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  476. GRB 200829A: External Shock Origin of the Very Early Prompt Emission?
    First Author: Li, Jing
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 1, id.21, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944...21L
    Citations: 4
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  477. Revisiting the galactic X-ray binary MAXI J1631-479: Implications for high inclination and a massive black hole
    First Author: Rout, Sandeep K.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 1, id.68, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944...68R
    Citations: 3
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  478. Investigating time variability of X-ray absorption in Swift GRBs
    First Author: Valan, Vlasta
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 1, id.73, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944...73V
    Citations: 4
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  479. The stellar remnant of SN 1181
    First Author: Lykou, Foteini
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 2, id.120, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944..120L
    Citations: 11
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  480. MOMO. VI. Multifrequency Radio Variability of the Blazar OJ 287 from 2015 to 2022, Absence of Predicted 2021 Pecursor-flare Activity, and a New Binary Interpretation of the 2016/2017 Outburst
    First Author: Komossa, S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 944, Issue 2, id.177, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944..177K
    Citations: 4
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  481. A strong X-ray polarization signal from the magnetar 1RXS J170849.0-400910
    First Author: Zane, Silvia
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 944, Issue 2, id.L27, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944L..27Z
    Citations: 6
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  482. A Cosmological Fireball with Sixteen-Percent Gamma-Ray Radiative Efficiency
    First Author: Li, Liang
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 944, Issue 2, id.L57, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...944L..57L
    Citations: 5
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  483. Optical and X-ray studies of Be/X-ray binary 1A 0535+262 during its 2020 giant outburst
    First Author: Chhotaray, Birendra
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 4, pp.5089-5105
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.5089C
    Citations: 2
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  484. The extreme super-eddington NLS1 RX J0134.2-4258 - II. A weak-line seyfert linking to the weak-line quasar
    First Author: Jin, Chichuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 4, pp.6065-6082
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.6065J
    Citations: 4
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  485. Mapping the circumnuclear regions of the Circinus galaxy with the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer
    First Author: Ursini, F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.50-58
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519...50U
    Citations: 17
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  486. Timescale-dependent X-ray to UV time lags of NGC 4593 using high-intensity XMM-Newton observations with Swift and AstroSat
    First Author: Beard, Max W. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.91-101
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519...91B
    Citations: 1
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  487. Photometric and spectroscopic analysis of the Type II SN 2020jfo with a short plateau
    First Author: Ailawadhi, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.248-270
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519..248A
    Citations: 6
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  488. An analysis of the effect of data processing methods on magnetic propeller models in short GRBs
    First Author: Meredith, Tomos R. L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.418-431
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519..418M
    Citations: 1
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  489. Swift J1728.9-3613 is a black hole X-ray binary: spectral and timing study using NICER
    First Author: Saha, Debasish
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.519-529
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519..519S
    Citations: 4
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  490. Very high energy emission mechanism in the extreme blazar PGC 2402248
    First Author: Medina-Carrillo, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.854-860
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519..854M
    Citations: 0
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  491. X-ray emission of radio-loud quasar SDSS J121426.52+140258.9: independent variations between optical/UV and X-ray emission
    First Author: Zhou, Minhua
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.909-921
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519..909Z
    Citations: 0
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  492. A multi-messenger study of the blazar PKS 0735+178: a new major neutrino source candidate
    First Author: Sahakyan, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 1, pp.1396-1408
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.1396S
    Citations: 27
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  493. Broadband mHz QPOs and spectral study of LMC X-4 with AstroSat
    First Author: Sharma, Rahul
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 2, pp.1764-1770
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.1764S
    Citations: 4
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  494. The flat entropy profile at the outskirts of the Abell 2244 galaxy cluster
    First Author: Andreon, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 2, pp.2366-2374
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.2366A
    Citations: 0
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  495. An update on Fermi-LAT transients in the Galactic plane, including strong activity of Cygnus X-3 in mid-2020
    First Author: Prokhorov, Dmitry
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 519, Issue 2, pp.2680-2689
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.519.2680P
    Citations: 5
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  496. AT2021acak: a Candidate Tidal Disruption Event Found in the Zwicky Transient Facility Survey
    First Author: Li, Jie
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 23, Issue 2, id.025012, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023RAA....23b5012L
    Citations: 1
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  497. Broadband study and the discovery of pulsations from the Be/X-ray binary eRASSU J052914.9-662446 in the Large Magellanic Cloud
    First Author: Maitra, C.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A30, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..30M
    Citations: 5
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  498. The unaltered pulsar: GRO J1750-27, a super-critical X-ray neutron star that does not blink an eye
    First Author: Malacaria, C.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A38, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..38M
    Citations: 1
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  499. A long life of excess: The interacting transient SN 2017hcc
    First Author: Moran, S.
    qAstronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A51, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..51M
    Citations: 4
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  500. MAXI J1348-630: Estimating the black hole mass and binary inclination using a scaling technique
    First Author: Titarchuk, Lev
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A57, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..57T
    Citations: 5
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  501. eRASSt J040515.6-745202, an X-ray burster in the Magellanic Bridge
    First Author: Haberl, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A66, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..66H
    Citations: 1
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  502. Deciphering the extreme X-ray variability of the nuclear transient eRASSt J045650.3-203750: A likely repeating partial tidal disruption event
    First Author: Liu, Zhu
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A75, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A..75L
    Citations: 21
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  503. Constraining the X-ray reflection in low accretion rate AGN using XMM-Newton, NuSTAR and Swift
    First Author: Díaz, Y.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A114, 33 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A.114D
    Citations: 7
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  504. The ultraluminous X-ray source M81 X-6: a weakly magnetised neutron star with a precessing accretion disc?
    First Author: Amato, Roberta
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A130, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A.130A
    Citations: 1
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  505. The rise and fall of the iron-strong nuclear transient PS16dtm
    First Author: Petrushevska, T.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 669, id.A140, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023A&A...669A.140P
    Citations: 8
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  506. Accretion flow properties of MAXI J1910-057/Swift J1910.2-0546 during its 2012-13 outburst
    First Author: Nath, Sujoy Kumar
    Advances in Space Research, Volume 71, Issue 1, p. 1045-1058.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AdSpR..71.1045N
    Citations: 5
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  507. Confirmation of dust scattering echo around MAXI J1421-613 by Swift observation
    First Author: Nobukawa, Kumiko K.
    Advances in Space Research, Volume 71, Issue 1, p. 1074-1079.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023AdSpR..71.1074N
    Citations: 0
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  508. The Final Season Reimagined: 30 Tidal Disruption Events from the ZTF-I Survey
    First Author: Hammerstein, Erica
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 942, Issue 1, id.9, 35 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...942....9H
    Citations: 75
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  509. Prompt emission and early optical afterglow of VHE detected GRB 201015A and GRB 201216C: onset of the external forward shock
    First Author: Ror, Amit Kumar and Gupta, Rahul and Jelinek, Martin and Bhushan Pandey, Shashi and Castro-Tirado, A.J. and Hu, Y. -D. and Malevnakova, Alvzbvta
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 942, Issue 1, id.34, 32 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...942...34R
    Citations: 3
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  510. X-ray Polarization Observations of BL Lacertae
    First Author: Middei, Riccardo
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 942, Issue 1, id.L10, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...942L..10M
    Citations: 9
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  511. Live to Die Another Day: The Rebrightening of AT 2018fyk as a Repeating Partial Tidal Disruption Event
    First Author: Wevers, T.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 942, Issue 2, id.L33, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...942L..33W
    Citations: 25
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  512. Deep X-ray and radio observations of the first outburst of the young magnetar Swift J1818.0-1607
    First Author: Ibrahim, A.Y.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 1, id.20, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943...20I
    Citations: 2
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  513. The Hydrogen-poor Superluminous Supernovae from the Zwicky Transient Facility Phase I Survey. I. Light Curves and Measurements
    First Author: Chen, Z. H.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 1, id.41, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943...41C
    Citations: 26
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  514. MeV Gamma-Ray Source Contribution to the Inner Galactic Diffuse Emission
    First Author: Tsuji, Naomi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 1, id.48, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943...48T
    Citations: 2
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  515. Narrow Fe-K$alpha$ Reverberation Mapping Unveils the Deactivated Broad-Line Region in a Changing-Look Active Galactic Nucleus
    First Author: Noda, Hirofumi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 943, Issue 1, id.63, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023ApJ...943...63N
    Citations: 5
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  516. Pulse Frequency Fluctuations of Persistent Accretion Powered Pulsars
    First Author: Serim, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 1, pp.1-12
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518....1S
    Citations: 4
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  517. A real-time transient detector and the living Swift-XRT point source catalogue
    First Author: Evans, P. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 1, pp.174-184
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518..174E
    Citations: 14
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  518. AstroSat view of 'Clocked' burster GS 1826-238: Broad-band spectral nature of persistent and burst emission during soft state
    First Author: Agrawal, Vivek K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 1, pp.194-205
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518..194A
    Citations: 3
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  519. Swift and XMM-Newton observations of an RS CVn type eclipsing binary SZ Psc: Superflare and coronal properties
    First Author: Karmakar, Subhajeet
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 1, pp.900-918
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518..900K
    Citations: 6
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  520. What powers the wind from the black hole accretion disc in GRO J1655-40?
    First Author: Tomaru, Ryota
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 2, pp.1789-1801
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.1789T
    Citations: 16
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  521. The Gamma-ray Bursts fundamental plane correlation as a cosmological tool
    First Author: Dainotti, M. G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 2, pp.2201-2240
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.2201D
    Citations: 22
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  522. Unveiling the nitrogen-rich massive star in the metal-poor galaxy NGC 4068
    First Author: Yarovova, Anastasiya D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 2, pp.2256-2272
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.2256Y
    Citations: 3
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  523. BASS XXXIX: Swift-BAT AGN with changing-look optical spectra
    First Author: Temple, Matthew J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 2, pp.2938-2953
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.2938T
    Citations: 11
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  524. Investigating non-linear and stochastic hard X-ray variability of active galactic nuclei using recurrence analysis
    First Author: Phillipson, R. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 3, pp.4372-4390
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.4372P
    Citations: 2
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  525. Probing the tidal disruption event iPTF16axa with CLOUDY and disc-wind models
    First Author: Mageshwaran, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 518, Issue 4, pp.5693-5704
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.518.5693M
    Citations: 2
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  526. The case for a minute-long merger-driven gamma-ray burst from fast-cooling synchrotron emission
    First Author: Gompertz, B. P.
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 67-79
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7...67G
    Citations: 47
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  527. Simultaneous Radio and Optical Polarimetry of GRB 191221B Afterglow
    First Author: Urata, Yuji
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 80-87
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7...80U
    Citations: 4
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  528. The Birth of a Relativistic Jet Following the Disruption of a Star by a Cosmological Black Hole
    First Author: Pasham, Dheeraj R.
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 7, p. 88-104
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NatAs...7...88P
    Citations: 25
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  529. Kilohertz quasiperiodic oscillations in short gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Chirenti, Cecilia
    Nature, Volume 613, Issue 7943, p.253-256
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023Natur.613..253C
    Citations: 14
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  530. X-ray and optical observations of two AM Her type cataclysmic variables: V388 Peg and V1189 Her
    First Author: Zengi̇in Camurdan, Dicle
    New Astronomy, Volume 98, article id. 101924.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NewA...9801924Z
    Citations: 0
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  531. Peculiar temporal and spectral features in highly obscured HMXB pulsar IGR J16320-4751 using XMM-Newton
    First Author: Varun
    New Astronomy, Volume 98, article id. 101942.
    Publication Date: Jan 2023
    Bibliographic Code: 2023NewA...9801942V
    Citations: 1
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  532. Long-term multi-wavelength variability and extreme spectral properties of the TeV-detected blazar 1ES 0033+595
    First Author: Kapanadze, B.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 668, id.A75, 38 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...668A..75K
    Citations: 5
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  533. Detection of minute-timescale gamma-ray variability in BL Lacertae by Fermi-LAT
    First Author: Pandey, Ashwani
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 668, id.A152, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...668A.152P
    Citations: 5
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  534. Discovery of a probable very fast extragalactic nova in a symbiotic binary
    First Author: Modiano, David
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 668, id.A165, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...668A.165M
    Citations: 1
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  535. Spectral Evolution of Ultraluminous X-ray Pulsar NGC 300 ULX-1
    First Author: Ng, Mason
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 2, id.138, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940..138N
    Citations: 2
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  536. Identifying the 3FHL Catalog. VI. Swift Observations of 3FHL Unassociated Objects with Source Classification via Machine Learning
    First Author: Joffre, S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 2, id.139, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940..139J
    Citations: 3
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  537. Compton-thick AGN in the NuSTAR Era. IX. A Joint NuSTAR and XMM-Newton Analysis of Four Local AGN
    First Author: Silver, Ross
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 2, id.148, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940..148S
    Citations: 4
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  538. The Closure Relations in Optical Afterglow of Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Dainotti, M. G.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 2, id.169, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940..169D
    Citations: 8
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  539. Modeling Gamma-ray burst Afterglow observations with an Off-axis Jet emission
    First Author: Fraija, Nissim
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 2, id.189, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940..189F
    Citations: 8
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  540. Constraining Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter in the Milky Way Halo with Swift-XRT
    First Author: Sicilian, Dominic
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.2, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941....2S
    Citations: 4
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  541. Discovery of a filamentary synchrotron structure connected to the coherent magnetic field in the outer Galaxy
    First Author: West, J. L.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.6, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941....6W
    Citations: 1
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  542. NuSTAR spectral analysis beyond 79 keV with stray light
    First Author: Mastroserio, G.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.35, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941...35M
    Citations: 1
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  543. Photometric and Spectroscopic Observations of GRB 210104A: Bright Reverse-shock Emission and Dense Circumburst Environment
    First Author: Zhang, Lu-Lu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.63, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941...63Z
    Citations: 3
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  544. The neutron star population in M28: a joint Chandra/GBT look at pulsar paradise
    First Author: Vurgun, Eda
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.76, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941...76V
    Citations: 3
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  545. Constrains on the physics of the prompt emission from a distant and energetic {gamma}-ray burst GRB 220101A
    First Author: Mei, Alessio
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.82, 12 pp
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941...82M
    Citations: 5
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  546. The Spectral Evolution Patterns and Implications of Gamma-Ray Burst X-Ray Flares
    First Author: Lü, Lian-Zhong
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 1, id.99, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941...99L
    Citations: 1
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  547. Harvesting BAT-GUANO with NITRATES (Non-Imaging Transient Reconstruction And TEmporal Search): Detecting and localizing the faintest GRBs with a likelihood framework
    First Author: DeLaunay, James
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 2, id.169, 33 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941..169D
    Citations: 10
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  548. A New Flaring Black Widow Candidate and Demographics of Black Widow Millisecond Pulsars in the Galactic Field
    First Author: Swihart, Samuel J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 941, Issue 2, id.199, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...941..199S
    Citations: 10
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  549. Evidences of the Photosphere Emission Origin for the Gamma-ray Burst Prompt Emission
    First Author: Meng, Yan-Zhi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 263, Issue 2, id.39, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..263...39M
    Citations: 4
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  550. Search for pre-burst emission from binary neutron star mergers with Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma
    First Author: Mereminskiy, I. A.
    Astronomy Letters, Volume 48, Issue 7, p.370-375
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022AstL...48..370M
    Citations: 1
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  551. GRB 210217A: A short or a long GRB?
    First Author: Dimple
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 43, Issue 2, article id.39
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JApA...43...39D
    Citations: 7
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  552. NuSTAR and AstroSat observations of thermonuclear X-ray bursts with short-recurrence times in 4U 1636 − 536
    First Author: Roy, Pinaki
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 43, Issue 2, article id.45
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JApA...43...45R
    Citations: 1
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  553. BL Lac object OJ 287: exploring a complete spectrum of issues concerning relativistic jets and accretion
    First Author: Kushwaha, Pankaj
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 43, Issue 2, article id.79
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JApA...43...79K
    Citations: 4
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  554. SWIFT J0503.7-2819: A nearly synchronous intermediate polar below the period gap?
    First Author: Rawat, Nikita
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 2, pp.1667-1677
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.1667R
    Citations: 3
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  555. SN 2020wnt: a slow-evolving carbon-rich superluminous supernova with no O II lines and a bumpy light curve
    First Author: Gutiérrez, C. P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 2, pp.2056-2075
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.2056G
    Citations: 12
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  556. Phase-dependent cyclotron line feature in XTE J1946+274: A NuSTAR view
    First Author: Devaraj, Ashwin
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 2, pp.2599-2609
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.2599D
    Citations: 3
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  557. Modeling the time variable spectral energy distribution of the blazar CTA 102 from 2008 to 2022
    First Author: Sahakyan, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 2, pp.2757-2768
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.2757S
    Citations: 5
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  558. Radio observations of the Black Hole X-ray Binary EXO 1846-031 re-awakening from a 34-year slumber
    First Author: Williams, D. R. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 2, pp.2801-2817
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.2801W
    Citations: 5
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  559. Comparing the Super-Eddington accretion of SMC X-3 and RX J0209.6-7427 with Swift J0243.6+6124
    First Author: Liu, Jiren
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.3354-3361
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.3354L
    Citations: 6
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  560. Characterisation of the NUV and Optical Emission and Temperature of Flares from Ross 733 with Swift and TESS
    First Author: Jackman, James A. G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.3832-3837
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.3832J
    Citations: 2
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  561. Probable Dormant Neutron Star in a Short-Period Binary System
    First Author: Mazeh, Tsevi
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.4005-4021
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4005M
    Citations: 12
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  562. Spectral and Timing properties of the recently discovered Be/X-ray pulsar eRASSUJ 052914.9-662446
    First Author: Rai, Binay
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.4092-4097
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4092R
    Citations: 0
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  563. Timing and spectral studies of Cen X-3 in multiple luminosity states using AstroSat
    First Author: Bachhar, Ritesh
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.4138-4149
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4138B
    Citations: 3
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  564. The luminous Type IIN supernova SN 2017hcc: Infrared bright, X-ray and radio faint
    First Author: Chandra, Poonam
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.4151-4161
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4151C
    Citations: 7
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  565. Spectral characteristics of the black hole binary 4U 1957+115: A multi-mission perspective
    First Author: Mudambi, Sneha Prakash
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 3, pp.4489-4496
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4489M
    Citations: 3
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  566. Gamma-ray observations of MAXI J1820+070 during the 2018 outburst
    First Author: Abe, H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.4736-4751
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4736A
    Citations: 0
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  567. Broadband spectral analysis of Mrk 926 using multi-epoch X-ray observations
    First Author: Chalise, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.4788-4794
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.4788C
    Citations: 1
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  568. Gamma-ray spectral variability of HBL 1ES 1959+650 during MJD 57400 - 58000 and its consequence on leptonic blazar emission model
    First Author: Ghosal, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.5473-5482
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.5473G
    Citations: 2
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  569. A multiwavelength study of the flat spectrum radio-quasar NVSS J141922-083830 covering four flaring episodes
    First Author: Buckley, D. A. H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.5791-5804
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.5791B
    Citations: 1
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  570. Astrometry of variable compact radio sources: A search for Galactic black hole X-ray binaries
    First Author: Atri, P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.5810-5826
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.5810A
    Citations: 1
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  571. Bhjet: A public multi-zone, steady state jet + thermal corona spectral model
    First Author: Lucchini, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 4, pp.5853-5881
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517.5853L
    Citations: 10
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  572. A fast rising tidal disruption event from a candidate intermediate mass black hole
    First Author: Angus, C. R.
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 6, p. 1452-1463
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022NatAs...6.1452A
    Citations: 22
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  573. A kilonova following a long-duration gamma-ray burst at 350 Mpc
    First Author: Rastinejad, Jillian C.
    Nature, Volume 612, Issue 7939, p.223-227
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.612..223R
    Citations: 133
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  574. A nearby long gamma-ray burst from a merger of compact objects
    First Author: Troja, E.
    Nature, Volume 612, Issue 7939, p.228-231
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.612..228T
    Citations: 84
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  575. A long-duration gamma-ray burst with a peculiar origin
    First Author: Yang, Jun
    Nature, Volume 612, Issue 7939, p.232-235
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.612..232Y
    Citations: 81
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  576. Gigaelectronvolt emission from a compact binary merger
    First Author: Mei, Alessio
    Nature, Volume 612, Issue 7939, p.236-239
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.612..236M
    Citations: 38
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  577. A very luminous jet from the disruption of a star by a massive black hole
    First Author: Andreoni, Igor
    Nature, Volume 612, Issue 7940, p.430-434
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.612..430A
    Citations: 33
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  578. A possible 250-second X-ray quasi-periodicity in the fast blue optical transient AT2018cow
    First Author: Zhang, Wenjie
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 12, id.125016, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22l5016Z
    Citations: 5
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  579. Ultraviolet and X-ray light-curves of novae observed by the Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory
    First Author: Page, K.L.
    Universe, vol. 8, issue 12, p. 643
    Publication Date: Dec 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Univ....8..643P
    Citations: 2
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  580. Three Core-Collapse Supernovae with Nebular Hydrogen Emission
    First Author: Sollerman, J.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A105, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A.105S
    Citations: 15
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  581. Persistent nuclear burning in Nova Sgr 2016 N.4 (= V5856 Sgr = ASASSN-16ma) six years past its outburst
    First Author: Munari, U.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 667, id.A7, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...667A...7M
    Citations: 2
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  582. Phase-resolved spectroscopic analysis of the eclipsing black hole X-ray binary M33 X-7: System properties, accretion, and evolution
    First Author: Ramachandran, V.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 667, id.A77, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...667A..77R
    Citations: 8
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  583. The K2-3 system revisited: testing photoevaporation and core-powered mass loss with three small planets spanning the radius valley
    First Author: Diamond-Lowe, Hannah
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 164, Issue 5, id.172, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022AJ....164..172D
    Citations: 13
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  584. Timing and Spectral Studies of the X-ray Pulsar 2S 1417 − 624 During the Outburst in 2021 Using NICER and Swift
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 367, Issue 11, article id.112
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Ap&SS.367..112M
    Citations: 3
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  585. The 2019 outburst of the 2005 classical nova V1047 Cen: a record breaking dwarf nova outburst or a new phenomenon?
    First Author: Aydi, E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 1, id.6, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939....6A
    Citations: 6
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  586. 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.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 1, id.7, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939....7H
    Citations: 8
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  587. GRB 110213A: A Study of Afterglow Electromagnetic Cascade Radiation
    First Author: Wang, Xiang-Gao
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 1, id.39, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939...39W
    Citations: 1
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  588. On the X-ray, optical and radio afterglows of the BdHN I GRB 180720B generated by the synchrotron emission
    First Author: Rueda, J. A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.62, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939...62R
    Citations: 6
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  589. Long-term optical and γ− ray variability of the blazar PKS~1222+216
    First Author: Ezhikode, Savithri H.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.76, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939...76E
    Citations: 1
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  590. X-Ray and GeV-γ-Ray Emission Property of TeV Compact Symmetric Object PKS 1413+135 and Implication for Episodic Jet Activity
    First Author: Gan, Ying-Ying
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.78, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939...78G
    Citations: 1
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  591. Broadband X-ray Spectral Analysis of the Dual AGN System Mrk 739
    First Author: Inaba, Koki
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.88, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939...88I
    Citations: 4
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  592. Seven years of coordinated Chandra-NuSTAR observations of SN2014C unfold the extreme mass-loss history of its stellar progenitor
    First Author: Brethauer, Daniel
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.105, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939..105B
    Citations: 14
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  593. A Short Gamma-Ray Burst from a Protomagnetar Remnant
    First Author: Jordana-Mitjans, N.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.106, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939..106J
    Citations: 9
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  594. Searching for neutrino emissions from multi-frequency sources
    First Author: Chang, Yu-Ling
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.123, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939..123C
    Citations: 1
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  595. Probing the Structure and Evolution of BASS Active Galactic Nuclei through Eddington Ratios
    First Author: Ananna, Tonima Tasnim
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 939, Issue 1, id.L13, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939L..13A
    Citations: 8
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  596. Search for Coincident Gravitational Wave and Long Gamma-Ray Bursts from 4-OGC and the Fermi/Swift Catalog
    First Author: Wang, Yi-Fan
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 939, Issue 1, id.L14, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939L..14W
    Citations: 2
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  597. The Luminosity Function of Tidal Disruption Flares for the ZTF-I Survey
    First Author: Lin, Zheyu
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 939, Issue 2, id.L33, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...939L..33L
    Citations: 12
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  598. H1821+643: The most X-ray and infrared luminous AGN in the Swift/BAT survey in the process of rapid stellar and supermassive black hole mass assembly
    First Author: Fukuchi, Hikaru
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.7, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940....7F
    Citations: 1
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  599. Multi-wavelength observations of the obscuring wind in the radio-quiet quasar MR 2251-178
    First Author: Mao, Junjie
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.41, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...41M
    Citations: 4
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  600. The ThetaHB-based Dimensionless Accretion Rate and Its Connection with the Corona for AGNs
    First Author: Chen, Yu-Qin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.50, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...50C
    Citations: 1
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  601. A Radio-selected Population of Dark, Long Gamma-ray Bursts: Comparison to the Long Gamma-ray Burst Population and Implications for Host Dust Distributions
    First Author: Schroeder, Genevieve
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.53, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...53S
    Citations: 1
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  602. Short GRB Host Galaxies I: Photometric and Spectroscopic Catalogs, Host Associations, and Galactocentric Offsets
    First Author: Fong, Wen-fai
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.56, 28 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...56F
    Citations: 46
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  603. Short GRB Host Galaxies II: A Legacy Sample of Redshifts, Stellar Population Properties, and Implications for their Neutron Star Merger Origins
    First Author: Nugent, Anya E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.57, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...57N
    Citations: 36
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  604. BASS XXXIII: Swift-BAT blazars and their jets through cosmic time
    First Author: Marcotulli, L.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 940, Issue 1, id.77, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...940...77M
    Citations: 5
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  605. Still at odds with conventional galaxy evolution: the star formation history of ultradiffuse galaxy Dragonfly 44
    First Author: Webb, Kristi A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 3, pp.3318-3341
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.3318W
    Citations: 8
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  606. The X-ray emission of Be+stripped star binaries
    First Author: Naze, Yael
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 3, pp.3366-3380
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.3366N
    Citations: 9
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  607. Comparing reflection and absorption models for the soft X-ray variability in the NLS1 AGN UGC 11763
    First Author: Jiang, Jiachen
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 3, pp.4256-4268
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.4256J
    Citations: 2
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  608. Constraining R V Variation Using Highly Reddened Type Ia Supernovae from the Pantheon+ Sample
    First Author: Rose, Benjamin M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.4822-4832
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.4822R
    Citations: 7
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  609. Radio monitoring of transient Be/X-ray binaries and the inflow-outflow coupling of strongly-magnetized accreting neutron stars
    First Author: van den Eijnden, J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.4844-4861
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.4844V
    Citations: 9
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  610. Orphan optical flare as SOSS emission afterglow, localization in time
    First Author: Lipunov, V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.4980-4987
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.4980L
    Citations: 1
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  611. Unravelling the nature of the dual AGN in the galaxy pair system IRAS 05589+2828 and 2MASX J06021107+2828382
    First Author: Benítez, E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.5270-5288
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.5270B
    Citations: 2
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  612. NGC 3147: a prototypical LLAGN with double-peaked optical and UV lines
    First Author: Bianchi, Stefano
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.5775-5784
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.5775B
    Citations: 2
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  613. The "Giraffe": Discovery of a 2−3 M⊙ dark companion to a stripped red giant
    First Author: Jayasinghe, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.5945-5963
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.5945J
    Citations: 16
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  614. X-ray Absorption and Reprocessing in the z∼2.5 Lensed Quasar 2MASS J1042+1641
    First Author: Walton, D. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 4, pp.5997-6008
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.5997W
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  615. The nuclear transient AT 2017gge: a tidal disruption event in a dusty and gas-rich environment and the awakening of a dormant SMBH
    First Author: Onori, F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 1, pp.76-98
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517...76O
    Citations: 12
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  616. Correlated variability of the reflection fraction with the X-ray flux and spectral index for Mkn 478
    First Author: Barua, Samuzal
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 517, Issue 1, pp.801-807
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517..801B
    Citations: 2
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  617. Torque reversals and wind variations of X-ray pulsar Vela X-1
    First Author: Liao, Zhenxuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 517, Issue 1, pp.L111-L115
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.517L.111L
    Citations: 2
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  618. Polarized Blazar X-rays imply particle acceleration in shocks
    First Author: Liodakis, Ioannis
    Nature, Volume 611, Issue 7937, p.677-681
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.611..677L
    Citations: 34
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  619. Tale of GRB 171010A/SN 2017htp and GRB 171205A/SN 2017iuk: Magnetar origin?
    First Author: Kumar, Amit
    New Astronomy, Volume 97, article id. 101889.
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022NewA...9701889K
    Citations: 7
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  620. Polarized X-rays Constrain The Disk-Jet Geometry in a Black Hole X-ray Binary
    First Author: Krawczynski, Henric
    Science, Volume 378, Issue 6620, pp. 650-654 (2022).
    Publication Date: Nov 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Sci...378..650K
    Citations: 66
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  621. An elliptical accretion disk following the tidal disruption event AT 2020zso
    First Author: Wevers, T.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 666, id.A6, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...666A...6W
    Citations: 17
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  622. The Hubble constant from two sibling Type Ia supernovae in the nearby galaxy NGC 4414: SN 1974G and SN 2021J
    First Author: Gallego-Cano, Eulalia
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 666, id.A13, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...666A..13G
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  623. Multiwavelength observations of Swift J0243.6+6124 from 2017 to 2022
    First Author: Liu, Wei
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 666, id.A110, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...666A.110L
    Citations: 6
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  624. XMM-Newton and SRG/eROSITA observations of the isolated neutron star candidate 4XMM J022141.5-735632
    First Author: Pires, Adriana M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 666, id.A148, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...666A.148P
    Citations: 2
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  625. The spectral-timing analysis of Cygnus X-1 with Insight-HXMT
    First Author: Zhou, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 666, id.A172, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...666A.172Z
    Citations: 1
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  626. Performance of the X-Calibur hard X-ray polarimetry mission during its 2018/19 long-duration balloon flight
    First Author: Abarr, Q.
    Astroparticle Physics, Volume 143, article id. 102749.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022APh...14302749A
    Citations: 1
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  627. A Mildly Relativistic Outflow Launched Two Years after Disruption in the Tidal Disruption Event AT2018hyz
    First Author: Cendes, Yvette
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.28, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...28C
    Citations: 30
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  628. BASS XXXVII: The role of radiative feedback in the growth and obscuration properties of nearby supermassive black holes
    First Author: Ricci, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.67, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...67R
    Citations: 21
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  629. The Diverse Properties of Type Icn Supernovae Point to Multiple Progenitor Channels
    First Author: Pellegrino, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.73, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...73P
    Citations: 24
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  630. BASS XXXVI: Constraining the Local Supermassive Black Hole - Halo Connection with BASS DR2 AGN
    First Author: Powell, M. C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.77, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...77P
    Citations: 3
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  631. Cosmological Fast Optical Transients with the Zwicky Transient Facility: A Search for Dirty Fireballs
    First Author: Ho, Anna Y. Q.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.85, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...85H
    Citations: 22
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  632. BASS XXXII: Studying the Nuclear Mm-wave Continuum Emission of AGNs with ALMA at Scales ≲ 100-200 pc
    First Author: Kawamuro, Taiki
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.87, 32 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938...87K
    Citations: 19
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  633. The Pantheon+ Analysis: Evaluating Peculiar Velocity Corrections in Cosmological Analyses with Nearby Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Peterson, Erik R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 2, id.112, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938..112P
    Citations: 42
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  634. The Pantheon+ Analysis: The Full Data Set and Light-curve Release
    First Author: Scolnic, Dan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 2, id.113, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938..113S
    Citations: 189
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  635. Low frequency radio continuum imaging and SED modeling of 11 LIRGs: radio-only and FUV to radio bands
    First Author: Dey, Subhrata
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 938, Issue 2, id.152, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938..152D
    Citations: 4
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  636. The X-ray Polarization View of Mrk~421 in an Average Flux State as Observed by the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer
    First Author: Di Gesu, Laura
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 938, Issue 1, id.L7, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938L...7D
    Citations: 22
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  637. Can the violent merger of white dwarfs explain the slowest declining Type Ia supernova SN 2011aa?
    First Author: Dutta, Anirban
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 938, Issue 2, id.L22, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...938L..22D
    Citations: 2
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  638. A Swift X-ray view of the SMS4 sample -- X-ray properties of 31 quasars and radio galaxies
    First Author: Maselli, Alessandro
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 262, Issue 2, id.51, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..262...51M
    Citations: 2
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  639. A transient ultraluminous X-ray source in NGC 55
    First Author: Robba, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.4669-4674
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.4669R
    Citations: 3
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  640. Broadband Spectro-temporal Study on Blazar TXS 1700+685
    First Author: Banerjee, Anuvab
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.4675-4684
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.4675B
    Citations: 0
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  641. A deep survey of short GRB host galaxies over z 0 - 2: implications for offsets, redshifts, and environments
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.4890-4928
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.4890O
    Citations: 26
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  642. An X-ray View of the Ambiguous Nuclear Transient AT2019pev
    First Author: Yu, Zhefu
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.5198-5210
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.5198Y
    Citations: 5
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  643. Spectral & Timing analysis of Be/X-ray binary EXO 2030+375 during its giant 2021 outburst
    First Author: Tamang, Ruchi
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.5407-5415
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.5407T
    Citations: 3
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  644. Systematic light curve modelling of TDEs: statistical differences between the spectroscopic classes
    First Author: Nicholl, Matt
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 4, pp.5604-5616
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.5604N
    Citations: 29
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  645. Multiwavelength analysis of short GRB 201221D and its comparison with other high & low redshift short GRBs
    First Author: Dimple
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 1, pp.1-12
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516....1D
    Citations: 2
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  646. High resolution X-ray spectroscopy of V4641 Sgr during its 2020 outburst
    First Author: Shaw, A. W.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 1, pp.124-137
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516..124S
    Citations: 2
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  647. The fall of CSS100217: a tidal disruption-induced low state in an apparently hostless active galactic nucleus
    First Author: Cannizzaro, G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 1, pp.529-539
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516..529C
    Citations: 5
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  648. The first 7 months of the 2020 X-ray outburst of the magnetar SGR J1935+2154
    First Author: Borghese, Alice
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 1, pp.602-616
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516..602B
    Citations: 5
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  649. The Zwicky Transient Facility phase I sample of hydrogen-rich superluminous supernovae without strong narrow emission lines
    First Author: Kangas, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 1, pp.1193-1218
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.1193K
    Citations: 12
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  650. Polarimetry and Photometry of Gamma-Ray Bursts Afterglows with RINGO3
    First Author: Shrestha, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp.1584-1600
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.1584S
    Citations: 3
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  651. ULX pulsar Swift J0243.6+6124 observations with NuSTAR -- dominance of reflected emission in the super-Eddington state
    First Author: Bykov, S. D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp.1601-1611
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.1601B
    Citations: 5
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  652. Collimation of the kiloparsec-scale radio jets in NGC 2663
    First Author: Velović, Velibor
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp.1865-1880
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.1865V
    Citations: 3
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  653. Characterization of hot populations of Melotte 66 open cluster using Swift/UVOT
    First Author: Rao, Khushboo K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp.2444-2454
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.2444R
    Citations: 5
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  654. MeerKAT radio observations of the neutron star low-mass X-ray binary Cen X-4 at low accretion rates
    First Author: van den Eijnden, J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp.2641-2652
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.516.2641V
    Citations: 4
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  655. A dense 0.1M⊙ star in a 51-minute orbital period eclipsing binary
    First Author: Burdge, Kevin B.
    Nature, Volume 610, Issue 7932, p.467-471
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.610..467B
    Citations: 7
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  656. Physics of nova outbursts: A theoretical model of classical nova outbursts with self-consistent wind mass loss
    First Author: Kato, Mariko

    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PASJ...74.1005K
    Citations: 6
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  657. Gamma-ray bursts, supernovae Ia, and baryon acoustic oscillations: A binned cosmological analysis
    First Author: Dainotti, Maria Giovanna
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 74, Issue 5, pp.1095-1113
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PASJ...74.1095D
    Citations: 27
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  658. Discovery of a new supergiant fast X-ray transient MAXI J0709-159 associated with the Be star LY CMa
    First Author: Sugizaki, Mutsumi
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 74, Issue 5, pp.1131-1142
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PASJ...74.1131S
    Citations: 0
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  659. Evidence for the transition of a Jacobi ellipsoid into a Maclaurin spheroid in gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Rueda, J. A.
    Physical Review D, Volume 106, Issue 8, article id.083004
    Publication Date: Oct 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PhRvD.106h3004R
    Citations: 7
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  660. Transient obscuration event captured in NGC 3227 III. Photoionization modeling of the X-ray obscuration event in 2019
    First Author: Mao, Junjie
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 665, id.A72, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...665A..72M
    Citations: 7
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  661. Automatic detection of long-duration transients in Fermi-GBM data
    First Author: Kunzweiler, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 665, id.A112, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...665A.112K
    Citations: 0
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  662. A blast from the infant Universe: The very high-z GRB 210905A
    First Author: Rossi, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 665, id.A125, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...665A.125R
    Citations: 8
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  663. X-ray view of a merging supermassive black hole binary candidate SDSSJ1430+2303: results from the first ~200 days observations
    First Author: Dou, Liming
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 665, id.L3, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...665L...3D
    Citations: 5
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  664. Broadband X-ray Spectroscopy and Estimation of Spin of the Galactic Black Hole Candidate GRS 1758-258
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 1, id.3, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936....3J
    Citations: 3
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  665. Searching for quasi-periodic oscillations in astrophysical transients using Gaussian processes
    First Author: Hübner, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 1, id.17, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936...17H
    Citations: 7
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  666. Investigation of the broadband emission of the gamma-ray binary HESS J0632+057 using an intrabinary shock model
    First Author: Kim, Jinyoung
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 1, id.32, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936...32K
    Citations: 2
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  667. FRAMEx. III. Radio Emission in the Immediate Vicinity of Radio-quiet AGNs
    First Author: Shuvo, Onic I.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 1, id.76, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936...76S
    Citations: 6
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  668. Modeling the Luminosity-dependent Pulse Profile and Emission Geometry of SMC X-2 during a Giant Outburst
    First Author: Roy, Ankur
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 1, id.90, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936...90R
    Citations: 1
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  669. Searching for cataclysmic variable stars in unidentified X-ray sources
    First Author: Takata, J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 2, id.134, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936..134T
    Citations: 2
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  670. 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
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 2, id.162, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936..162S
    Citations: 8
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  671. The long stare at Hercules X-1 -- I. Emission lines from the outer disk, the magnetosphere boundary and the accretion curtain
    First Author: Kosec, P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 2, id.185, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936..185K
    Citations: 6
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  672. GRB 190829A -- A Showcase of Binary Late Evolution
    First Author: Wang, Yu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 936, Issue 2, id.190, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936..190W
    Citations: 9
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  673. The Prolific Thermonuclear X-Ray Bursts from the Outburst of the Newly Discovered Millisecond Pulsar MAXI J1816-195 Observed by Insight-HXMT and NICER
    First Author: Chen, Yu-Peng
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 936, Issue 2, id.L21, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...936L..21C
    Citations: 3
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  674. The Tidal Disruption Event AT2021ehb: Evidence of Relativistic Disk Reflection, and Rapid Evolution of the Disk-Corona System
    First Author: Yao, Yuhan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 937, Issue 1, id.8, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...937....8Y
    Citations: 21
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  675. The origin of the vanishing soft X-ray excess in the changing-look Active Galactic Nucleus Mrk 590
    First Author: Ghosh, Ritesh
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 937, Issue 1, id.31, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...937...31G
    Citations: 4
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  676. Properties of MAXI J1348-630 during Its Second Outburst in 2019
    First Author: Bhowmick, Riya
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 5, p. 95
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Galax..10...95B
    Citations: 2
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  677. Multiple giant eruptions and X-ray emission in the recoiling AGN/LBV candidate SDSS1133
    First Author: Kokubo, Mitsuru
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.110-137
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515..110K
    Citations: 5
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  678. Improved binary solution for the gamma-ray binary 1FGL J1018.6-5856
    First Author: van Soelen, B.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.1078-1085
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.1078V
    Citations: 3
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  679. A MeerKAT, e-MERLIN, H.E.S.S. and Swift search for persistent and transient emission associated with three localised FRBs
    First Author: Chibueze, James O.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 1, pp.1365-1379
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.1365C
    Citations: 7
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  680. Long Term X-Ray Spectral Variation of the Wolf-Rayet Binary WR 102-1 in the Galactic bulge: evidence for wind distortion in the binary
    First Author: Nagatsuka, Tomoki
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.1897-1902
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.1897N
    Citations: 0
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  681. A truncated inner disc in the Seyfert 1 galaxy WKK 4438
    First Author: Gallo, L. C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.2208-2214
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.2208G
    Citations: 0
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  682. Towards an understanding of long gamma-ray burst environments through circumstellar medium population synthesis predictions
    First Author: Chrimes, A. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.2591-2611
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.2591C
    Citations: 4
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  683. Multiwavelength temporal and spectral study of TeV blazar 1ES 1727+502 during 2014-2021
    First Author: Prince, Raj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.2633-2645
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.2633P
    Citations: 4
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  684. Exploration of the origin of the 2020 X-ray outburst in OJ 287
    First Author: Huang, Shifeng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.2778-2789
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.2778H
    Citations: 1
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  685. Revisiting the continuum reverberation lags in the AGN PKS 0558-504
    First Author: González-Buitrago, D. H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.2890-2900
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.2890G
    Citations: 1
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  686. A 2-hr binary period for the black hole transient MAXI J0637-430
    First Author: Soria, Roberto
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 2, pp.3105-3112
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.3105S
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  687. Hard X-Ray broadband spectroscopy of Mrk 876: characterizing its spectrum
    First Author: Bottacini, Eugenio
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 3, pp.3174-3183
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.3174B
    Citations: 2
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  688. Optical Counterparts of ULXs in NGC 1672
    First Author: Allak, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 3, pp.3632-3643
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.3632A
    Citations: 5
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  689. Correlations between X-ray spectral parameters of Mkn 421 using long-term Swift-XRT data
    First Author: Khatoon, Rukaiya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 3, pp.3749-3759
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.3749K
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  690. Extragalactic transient candidates in the Second Swift-XRT Point Source catalogue
    First Author: Eyles-Ferris, R. A. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 515, Issue 3, pp.4402-4416
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.515.4402E
    Citations: 1
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  691. A wind environment and Lorentz factors of tens explain gamma-ray bursts X-ray plateau
    First Author: Dereli-Bégué, H.
    Nature Communications, Volume 13, article id. 5611
    Publication Date: Sep 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022NatCo..13.5611D
    Citations: 7
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  692. VLBI observations of GRB 201015A, a relatively faint GRB with a hint of Very High Energy gamma-ray emission
    First Author: Giarratana, S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 664, id.A36, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...664A..36G
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  693. XMM-Newton and Swift observations of supergiant high mass X-ray binaries
    First Author: Ferrigno, Carlo
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 664, id.A99, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...664A..99F
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  694. TUVO-21acq: a new cataclysmic variable discovered through a UV outburst
    First Author: Modiano, David
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 664, id.A165, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...664A.165M
    Citations: 0
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  695. Quasi-periodic oscillations in precursor flares via seismic aftershocks from resonant shattering
    First Author: Suvorov, Arthur G.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 664, id.A177, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...664A.177S
    Citations: 13
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  696. An X-ray view of the 2021 outburst of SXP 15.6: constraints on the binary orbit and magnetic field of the Neutron Star
    First Author: Vasilopoulos, G.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 664, id.A194, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...664A.194V
    Citations: 2
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  697. X-Ray Jets in the High-redshift Quasars J1405+0415 and J1610+1811
    First Author: Snios, Bradford
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 2, id.107, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934..107S
    Citations: 1
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  698. Constraining the ellipticity of new-born magnetar with the observational data of Long gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Xie, Lang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 2, id.125, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934..125X
    Citations: 2
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  699. Early-Time Ultraviolet Spectroscopy and Optical Follow-up Observations of the Type IIP Supernova 2021yja
    First Author: Vasylyev, Sergiy S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 2, id.134, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934..134V
    Citations: 12
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  700. 1RXH J082623.6-505741: a new long-period cataclysmic variable with an evolved donor and a low mass transfer rate
    First Author: Sokolovsky, Kirill V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 2, id.142, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934..142S
    Citations: 6
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  701. 10-Year Transformation of the Obscuring Wind in NGC 5548
    First Author: Mehdipour, Missagh
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 934, Issue 2, id.L24, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934L..24M
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  702. Gamma-ray Eclipses and Orbital Modulation Transitions in the Candidate Redback 4FGL J1702.7-5655
    First Author: Corbet, R. H. D.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.2, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935....2C
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  703. MAXI J1535-571 2017 Outburst Seen by INTEGRAL/SPI and Investigating the Origin of Its Hard Tail
    First Author: Rodi, James
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.25, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935...25R
    Citations: 0
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  704. Weak Mass Loss from the Red Supergiant Progenitor of the Type II SN 2021yja
    First Author: Hosseinzadeh, Griffin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.31, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935...31H
    Citations: 18
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  705. SRGA J181414.6-225604: A new Galactic symbiotic X-ray binary outburst triggered by an intense mass loss episode of a heavily obscured Mira variable
    First Author: De, Kishalay
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.36, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935...36D
    Citations: 3
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  706. Fermi-LAT Gamma-ray Detection of the Recurrent Nova RS Ophiuchi during its 2021 Outburst
    First Author: Cheung, C. C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.44, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935...44C
    Citations: 15
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  707. Compton-Thick AGN in the NuSTAR era VIII: A joint NuSTAR-XMM-Newton monitoring of the changing-look Compton-thick AGN NGC 1358
    First Author: Marchesi, Stefano
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 2, id.114, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935..114M
    Citations: 7
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  708. Limits on X-ray Polarization at the Core of Centaurus A as Observed with the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer
    First Author: Ehlert, Steven R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 2, id.116, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935..116E
    Citations: 10
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  709. The long-stable hard state of XTE J1752-223 and the disk truncation dilemma
    First Author: Connors, Riley M. T.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 2, id.118, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935..118C
    Citations: 5
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  710. Luminous Optical and X-ray Flaring of the Putative Redback Millisecond Pulsar 1FGL J0523.5-2529
    First Author: Halpern, Jules P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 935, Issue 2, id.151, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935..151H
    Citations: 5
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  711. The First Short GRB Millimeter Afterglow: The Wide-Angled Jet of the Extremely Energetic SGRB 211106A
    First Author: Laskar, Tanmoy
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.L11, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935L..11L
    Citations: 11
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  712. A light curve analysis of the X-ray flash first observed in classical novae
    First Author: Kato, Mariko
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 935, Issue 1, id.L15, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...935L..15K
    Citations: 5
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  713. The Optical Two and Three-Dimensional Fundamental Plane Correlations for More than 180 Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows with Swift/UVOT, RATIR, and the SUBARU Telescope
    First Author: Dainotti, Maria Giovanna
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 2, id.25, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261...25D
    Citations: 26
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  714. The 2021 outburst of the recurrent nova RS Ophiuchi observed in X-rays by the Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory: a comparative study
    First Author: Page, K. L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.1557-1574
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.1557P
    Citations: 20
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  715. Optical and X-ray GRB Fundamental Planes as cosmological distance indicators
    First Author: Dainotti, M. G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.1828-1856
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.1828D
    Citations: 49
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  716. A NuSTAR and Swift view of the hard state of MAXI J1813-095
    First Author: Jiang, Jiachen
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.1952-1960
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.1952J
    Citations: 4
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  717. Energetic transients joint analysis system for multi-INstrument (ETJASMIN) for GECAM I. Positional, temporal and spectral analyses
    First Author: Xiao, Shuo
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.2397-2406
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.2397X
    Citations: 13
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  718. Discovery of a pulse-phase-transient cyclotron line in the X-ray pulsar Swift J1808.4-1754 and identification of an optical companion
    First Author: Salganik, Alexander
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.2707-2715
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.2707S
    Citations: 5
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  719. High time resolution search for prompt radio emission from the long GRB 210419A with the Murchison Widefield Array
    First Author: Tian, J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.2756-2768
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.2756T
    Citations: 5
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  720. The lively accretion disk in NGC 2992 - II. The 2019/2021 X-ray monitoring campaigns
    First Author: Middei, R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.2974-2993
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.2974M
    Citations: 5
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  721. Host galaxy magnitude of OJ 287 from its colours at minimum light
    First Author: Valtonen, Mauri J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.3017-3023
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.3017V
    Citations: 3
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  722. Do radiative losses determine the characteristic emission of the blazar Mkn 421?
    First Author: Baheeja, C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 2, pp.3074-3081
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.3074B
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  723. The first hard X-ray spectral catalogue of Blazars observed by NuSTAR
    First Author: Middei, Riccardo
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 3, pp.3179-3190
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.3179M
    Citations: 13
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  724. Observations of the Very Young Type Ia Supernova 2019np with Early-excess Emission
    First Author: Sai, Hanna
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 3, pp.3541-3558
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.3541S
    Citations: 20
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  725. Multiwavelength observations of MAXI J1820+070 during its outburst decay and subsequent mini-outburst
    First Author: Özbey Arabacı, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 3, pp.3894-3909
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.3894O
    Citations: 2
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  726. First characterization of a new High Mass X-ray Binary in LMC eRASSU J050810.4 − 660653 with SRG/ART-XC, NuSTAR and Swift
    First Author: Salganik, Alexander
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 3, pp.4018-4025
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.4018S
    Citations: 3
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  727. Multiwavelength study of blazar 4C + 01.02 during its long-term flaring activity in 2014-2017
    First Author: Malik, Zahoor
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 3, pp.4259-4269
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.4259M
    Citations: 5
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  728. The peculiar spectral evolution of the new X-ray transient MAXI J0637-430
    First Author: Ma, R. C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 4, pp.5238-5265
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.5238M
    Citations: 6
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  729. Monitoring Observations of SMC X-1's Excursions (MOOSE) I: Program Description and Initial High-State Spectral Results
    First Author: Dage, Kristen C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 4, pp.5457-5464
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.5457D
    Citations: 3
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  730. UGPS J194310+183851: an unusual optical and X-ray faint cataclysmic variable?
    First Author: Morris, C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 4, pp.6002-6010
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.6002M
    Citations: 0
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  731. Accretion Scenario of MAXI J1820+070 during 2018 Outbursts with Multi-mission Observations
    First Author: Prabhakar, Geethu
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 4, pp.6102-6119
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.6102P
    Citations: 7
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  732. V392 Persei: A γ-ray bright nova eruption from a known dwarf nova
    First Author: Murphy-Glaysher, F. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 4, pp.6183-6202
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514.6183M
    Citations: 8
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  733. Relationship between Gamma-ray loudness and X-ray spectra of Radio Galaxies
    First Author: Kayanoki, Taishu
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 74, Issue 4, pp.791-804
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PASJ...74..791K
    Citations: 5
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  734. On the Jet Structures of GRB 050820A and GRB 070125
    First Author: Li, Xin-Yu
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 8, id.085021, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22h5021L
    Citations: 0
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  735. TUVOpipe: a pipeline to search for UV transients with Swift-UVOT
    First Author: Modiano, David
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A5, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A...5M
    Citations: 3
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  736. A comprehensive X-ray view of the active nucleus in NGC 4258
    First Author: Masini, Alberto
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A87, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A..87M
    Citations: 3
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  737. Blazar nature of high- z radio-loud quasars
    First Author: Sbarrato, Tullia
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A147, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A.147S
    Citations: 4
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  738. An X-ray fading, UV brightening QSO at z≈6
    First Author: Vito, Fabio
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A159, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A.159V
    Citations: 3
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  739. Extragalactic Fast X-ray Transient Candidates Discovered by Chandra (2000-2014)
    First Author: Quirola-Vasquez, J.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A168, 43 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A.168Q
    Citations: 12
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  740. Flux and spectral variability of Mrk 421 during its moderate activity state using NuSTAR: Possible accretion disc contribution?
    First Author: Mondal, Santanu
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.A178, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663A.178M
    Citations: 3
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  741. Constraining X-ray emission of a magnetically arrested disk by radio-loud AGNs with an extreme-ultraviolet deficit
    First Author: Li, Shuang-Liang
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 663, id.L4, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...663L...4L
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  742. The disk wind in GRS 1915+105 as seen by Insight-HXMT
    First Author: Liu, Honghui
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.122, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933..122L
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  743. NICER X-Ray Observations of Eta Carinae during Its Most Recent Periastron Passage
    First Author: Espinoza-Galeas, David
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.136, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933..136E
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  744. Investigating the Nature of the Luminous Ambiguous Nuclear Transient ASASSN-17jz
    First Author: Holoien, Thomas W. -S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.196, 28 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933..196H
    Citations: 16
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  745. AGILE Observations of GRB 220101A: A "New Year's Burst" with an Exceptionally Huge Energy Release
    First Author: Ursi, Alessandro
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.214, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933..214U
    Citations: 4
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  746. A "Hyperburst" in the MAXI J0556-332 Neutron Star: Evidence for a New Type of Thermonuclear Explosion
    First Author: Page, Dany
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.216, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933..216P
    Citations: 9
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  747. Fermi-LAT detection of a GeV afterglow from a compact stellar merger
    First Author: Zhang, Hai-Ming
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 933, Issue 1, id.L22, 4 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933L..22Z
    Citations: 14
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  748. Constraining the Progenitor System of the Type Ia Supernova 2021aefx
    First Author: Hosseinzadeh, Griffin
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 933, Issue 2, id.L45, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...933L..45H
    Citations: 24
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  749. Is Fermi 1544-0649 a misaligned blazar? discovering the jet structure with VLBI
    First Author: Shao, Chengyu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 1, id.39, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934...39S
    Citations: 2
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  750. The variability behavior of NGC 925 ULX-3
    First Author: Earnshaw, Hannah P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 1, id.42, 10 pp
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934...42E
    Citations: 1
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  751. StrayCats II: An Updated Catalog of NuSTAR Stray Light Observations
    First Author: Ludlam, R. M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 1, id.59, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934...59L
    Citations: 3
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  752. The Curious Case of the "Heartworm" Nebula
    First Author: Cotton, W. D.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 934, Issue 1, id.78, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934...78C
    Citations: 1
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  753. Radio Constraints on r -process Nucleosynthesis by Collapsars
    First Author: Lee, K. H.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 934, Issue 1, id.L5, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...934L...5L
    Citations: 3
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  754. BASS. XXI. The Data Release 2 Overview
    First Author: Koss, Michael J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.1, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....1K
    Citations: 30
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  755. BASS. XXII. The BASS DR2 AGN Catalog and Data
    First Author: Koss, Michael J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.2, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....2K
    Citations: 34
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  756. BAT AGN Spectroscopic Survey-XXIII. A New Mid-Infrared Diagnostic for Absorption in Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Pfeifle, Ryan W.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.3, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....3P
    Citations: 13
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  757. BASS. XXIV. The BASS DR2 Spectroscopic Line Measurements and AGN Demographics
    First Author: Oh, Kyuseok
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.4, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....4O
    Citations: 20
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  758. BASS. XXV. DR2 Broad-line-based Black Hole Mass Estimates and Biases from Obscuration
    First Author: Mejía-Restrepo, Julian E.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.5, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....5M
    Citations: 29
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  759. BASS. XXVI. DR2 Host Galaxy Stellar Velocity Dispersions
    First Author: Koss, Michael J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.6, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....6K
    Citations: 19
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  760. BASS. XXVIII. Near-infrared Data Release 2: High-ionization and Broad Lines in Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: den Brok, Jakob S.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.7, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....7D
    Citations: 13
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  761. BASS. XXIX. The Near-infrared View of the Broad-line Region (BLR): The Effects of Obscuration in BLR Characterization
    First Author: Ricci, Federica
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.8, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....8R
    Citations: 17
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  762. BASS XXX: Distribution Functions of DR2 Eddington-ratios, Black Hole Masses, and X-ray Luminosities
    First Author: Ananna, Tonima Tasnim
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 261, Issue 1, id.9, 44 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..261....9A
    Citations: 26
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  763. MOMO V. Effelsberg, Swift and Fermi study of the blazar and supermassive binary black hole candidate OJ 287 in a period of high activity
    First Author: Komossa, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 3, pp.3165-3179
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.3165K
    Citations: 8
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  764. A mid-infrared study of superluminous supernovae
    First Author: Sun, Luming
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 3, pp.4057-4073
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.4057S
    Citations: 12
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  765. Rapidly alternating flux states of GX 339-4 during its 2021 outburst captured by Insight-HXMT
    First Author: Liu, Honghui
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 3, pp.4308-4317
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.4308L
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  766. A thirteen-year-long broadband view of BL Lac
    First Author: Sahakyan, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 3, pp.4645-4656
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.4645S
    Citations: 17
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  767. SXP 15.6 -- an accreting pulsar close to spin equilibrium?
    First Author: Coe, M. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 4, pp.5567-5574
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.5567C
    Citations: 2
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  768. An impostor among us I: Photometric and spectroscopic evolution of AT 2016jbu
    First Author: Brennan, S. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 4, pp.5642-5665
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.5642B
    Citations: 17
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  769. Investigating the nature and properties of MAXI J1810-222 with radio and X-ray observations
    First Author: Russell, T. D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 4, pp.6196-6209
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.6196R
    Citations: 3
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  770. The origin of UV/optical emission in the black hole low-mass X-ray binary Swift J1753.5-0127
    First Author: Yang, Pengcheng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 514, Issue 1, pp.234-248
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514..234Y
    Citations: 2
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  771. NuSTAR discovery of a cyclotron line in GRO J1750-27
    First Author: Devaraj, Ashwin
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 514, Issue 1, pp.L46-L50
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.514L..46D
    Citations: 2
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  772. Probing the Progenitor of High-z Short-duration GRB 201221D and its Possible Bulk Acceleration in Prompt Emission
    First Author: Yuan, Hao-Yu
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 7, id.075011, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jul 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22g5011Y
    Citations: 3
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  773. Three new high-mass X-ray binaries in the Large Magellanic Cloud
    First Author: Haberl, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 662, id.A22, 14 pp
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...662A..22H
    Citations: 8
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  774. Do Radio Active Galactic Nuclei Reflect X-ray Binary Spectral States?
    First Author: Moravec, Emily
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 662, id.A28, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...662A..28M
    Citations: 11
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  775. GRB 190919B: Rapid optical rise explained as a flaring activity
    First Author: Jelínek, Martin
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 662, id.A126, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...662A.126J
    Citations: 5
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  776. SN 2021foa, a transitional event between a Type IIn (SN 2009ip-like) and a Type Ibn supernova
    First Author: Reguitti, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 662, id.L10, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...662L..10R
    Citations: 6
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  777. Comparisons of Type Ia Supernova Light Curves in the UV and Optical with the Swift Ultra-Violet/Optical Telescope
    First Author: Devarakonda, Yaswant
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 163, Issue 6, id.258, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022AJ....163..258D
    Citations: 1
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  778. Long-term multi-wavelength study of temporal and spectral properties of 3C 279
    First Author: Tolamatti, A.
    Astroparticle Physics, Volume 139, article id. 102687.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022APh...13902687T
    Citations: 4
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  779. Characterizing the Variable X-Ray and UV-Optical Flux Behavior of Blazars
    First Author: Moo, Kaitlyn E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 2, id.83, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931...83M
    Citations: 0
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  780. High energy emission component, population, and contribution to the extragalactic gamma-ray background of gamma-ray emitting radio galaxies
    First Author: Fukazawa, Yasushi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 2, id.138, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931..138F
    Citations: 6
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  781. Multi-wavelength view of the close-by GRB~190829A sheds light on gamma-ray burst physics
    First Author: Salafia, O. S.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 931, Issue 2, id.L19, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931L..19S
    Citations: 29
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  782. GRB 211227A as a peculiar long gamma-ray burst from compact star merger
    First Author: Lü, Hou-Jun
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 931, Issue 2, id.L23, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931L..23
    Citations: 0
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  783. The peculiar short-duration GRB 200826A and its supernova
    First Author: Rossi, A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.1, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932....1R
    Citations: 44
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  784. 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
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.33, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932...33B
    Citations: 1
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  785. A multi-wavelength study of GRS 1716-249 in outburst : constraints on its system parameters
    First Author: Saikia, Payaswini
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.38, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932...38S
    Citations: 9
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  786. Chandra Follow-up Observations of Swift-BAT-selected AGNs II
    First Author: Silver, Ross
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.43, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932...43S
    Citations: 2
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  787. NICER monitoring of supersoft X-ray sources
    First Author: Orio, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.45, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932...45O
    Citations: 7
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  788. The Circumstellar Environments of Double-Peaked, Calcium-strong Supernovae 2021gno and 2021inl
    First Author: Jacobson-Galán, Wynn
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.58, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932...58J
    Citations: 18
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  789. Hard X-ray emission in Centaurus A
    First Author: Rani, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 2, id.104, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932..104R
    Citations: 2
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  790. Multiwavelength Observations of the Blazar VER J0521+211 during an Elevated TeV Gamma-Ray State
    First Author: Adams, C. B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 932, Issue 2, id.129, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932..129A
    Citations: 4
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  791. A Speed Bump: SN 2021aefx Shows that Doppler Shift Alone can Explain Early-Excess Blue Flux in Some Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Ashall, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 932, Issue 1, id.L2, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932L...2A
    Citations: 27
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  792. GB6 J2113+1121: A multi-wavelength flaring gamma-ray blazar temporally and spatially coincident with the neutrino event IceCube-191001A
    First Author: Liao, Neng-Hui
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 932, Issue 2, id.L25, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...932L..25L
    Citations: 3
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  793. NuSTAR Observations of 52 Compton-thick Active Galactic Nuclei Selected by the Swift/BAT All-sky Hard X-Ray Survey
    First Author: Tanimoto, Atsushi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 260, Issue 2, id.30, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..260...30T
    Citations: 17
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  794. Dust Extinction Law in Nearby Star-Resolved Galaxies. II. M33 Traced by Supergiants
    First Author: Wang, Yuxi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 260, Issue 2, id.41, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..260...41W
    Citations: 5
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  795. Two Dimensional Clustering of Swift/BAT and Fermi/GBM Gamma-ray Bursts
    First Author: Salmon, Lána
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 4, p. 77
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Galax..10...77S
    Citations: 3
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  796. Two Classes of Gamma-ray Bursts Distinguished within the First Second of Their Prompt Emission
    First Author: Salmon, Lána
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 4, p. 78
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Galax..10...78S
    Citations: 3
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  797. Evidence of heavy obscuration in the low-luminosity AGN NGC 4941
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 43, Issue 1, article id.4
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JApA...43....4J
    Citations: 0
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  798. Revealing nature of GRB 210205A, ZTF21aaeyldq (AT2021any), and follow-up observations with the 4K × 4K CCD Imager+3.6m DOT
    First Author: Gupta, Rahul
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 43, Issue 1, article id.11
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JApA...43...11G
    Citations: 11
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  799. Multi-wavelength Campaign on the Super-Eddington NLS1 RX J0134.2-4258 - I. Peculiar X-ray Spectra and Variability
    First Author: Jin, Chichuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 4, pp.5642-5656
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.5642J
    Citations: 3
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  800. Probing the shot behaviour in Cygnus X-1 using simultaneous AstroSat-NICER observation
    First Author: Bhargava, Yash
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 4, pp.6067-6077
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.6067B
    Citations: 2
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  801. The Symbiotic X-ray binaries Sct X-1, 4U 1700+24 and IGR J17329-2731
    First Author: Bozzo, E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.42-54
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513...42B
    Citations: 5
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  802. Temporal and spectral study of PKS 0208-512 during 2019-20 flare
    First Author: Khatoon, Rukaiya
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.611-623
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513..611K
    Citations: 4
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  803. Flares in gamma-ray burst X-ray afterglows as prompt emission from slightly misaligned structured jets
    First Author: Duque, Raphaël
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.951-963
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513..951D
    Citations: 12
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  804. Using AGN lightcurves to map accretion disc temperature fluctuations
    First Author: Neustadt, J. M. M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.1046-1062
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.1046N
    Citations: 9
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  805. Rapid X-ray Variability in Mkn 421 during a Multiwavelength Campaign
    First Author: Markowitz, Alex G.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 2, pp.1662-1679
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.1662M
    Citations: 3
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  806. Jet-Cocoon Geometry in the Optically Dark, Very High Energy Gamma-ray Burst 201216C
    First Author: Rhodes, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 2, pp.1895-1909
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.1895R
    Citations: 12
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  807. Multi-wavelength temporal and spectral analysis of Blazar S5 1803+78
    First Author: Priya, Shruti
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 2, pp.2239-2251
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.2239P
    Citations: 2
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  808. Long term radio monitoring of the neutron star X-ray binary Swift J1858.6-0814
    First Author: Rhodes, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 2, pp.2708-2718
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.2708R
    Citations: 5
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  809. The long-active afterglow of GRB 210204A: Detection of the most delayed flares in a Gamma-Ray Burst
    First Author: Kumar, Harsh
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 2, pp.2777-2793
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.2777K
    Citations: 9
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  810. Synchronous X-ray/Optical QPOs from the Black Hole LMXB MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Thomas, Jessymol K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.L35-L39
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513L..35T
    Citations: 6
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  811. Early evolution of a newborn magnetar with strong precession motion in GRB 180620A
    First Author: Zou, Le
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.L89-L93
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513L..89Z
    Citations: 2
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  812. Discovery of cyclotron and narrow Fe Kα lines in HMXB GRO J1750-27
    First Author: Sharma, Prince
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 513, Issue 1, pp.L94-L100
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513L..94S
    Citations: 3
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  813. The candidate tidal disruption event AT2019fdr coincident with a high-energy neutrino
    First Author: Reusch, Simeon
    Physical Review Letters, Volume 128, Issue 22, article id.221101
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PhRvL.128v1101R
    Citations: 58
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  814. GRB 190530A: From Precursor, Prompt Emission to Afterglow all Originated from Synchrotron Radiation
    First Author: Liu, Hui-Ya
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 6, id.065002, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jun 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22f5002L
    Citations: 4
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  815. SRG/eROSITA discovery of 164 s pulsations from the SMC Be/X-ray binary XMMU J010429.4-723136
    First Author: Carpano, S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A20, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..20C
    Citations: 4
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  816. SRGA J124404.1-632232/SRGU J124403.8-632231: a new X-ray pulsar discovered in the all-sky survey by SRG
    First Author: Doroshenko, V.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A21, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..21D
    Citations: 5
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  817. SRG/ART-XC discovery of SRGA J204318.2+443815: towards the complete population of faint X-ray pulsars
    First Author: Lutovinov, A. A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A28, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..28L
    Citations: 5
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  818. Peculiar X-ray transient SRGA J043520.9+552226/AT2019wey discovered with SRG/ART-XC
    First Author: Mereminskiy, I. A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A32, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..32M
    Citations: 7
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  819. Identification of SRGt 062340.2-265715 as a bright, strongly variable, novalike cataclysmic variable
    First Author: Schwope, Axel
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A42, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..42S
    Citations: 4
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  820. Discovery of eRASSt J192932.9-560346: a bright, two-pole accreting, eclipsing polar
    First Author: Schwope, Axel
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A43, 5 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..43S
    Citations: 5
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  821. SRG/ART-XC, Swift, NICER and NuSTAR study of different states of the transient X-ray pulsar MAXI J0903-531
    First Author: Tsygankov, Sergey S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A45, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A..45T
    Citations: 3
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  822. THA 15-31: Discovery with VLT/X-Shooter and Swift/UVOT of a new symbiotic star of the accreting-only variety
    First Author: Munari, U.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A124, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A.124M
    Citations: 3
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  823. A physical model for the broadband energy spectrum of X-ray illuminated accretion discs: fitting the spectral energy distribution of NGC 5548
    First Author: Dovciak, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A135, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A.135D
    Citations: 17
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  824. Luminosity Selection for Gamma Ray Burst
    First Author: Banerjee, Shreya
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 661, id.A145, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...661A.145B
    Citations: 2
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  825. XMM-Newton and Swift observations of the Seyfert 1 AGN NGC 5940
    First Author: Adegoke, Oluwashina K.
    Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 367, Issue 5, article id.51
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Ap&SS.367...51A
    Citations: 0
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  826. Limits on the hard X-ray emission from the periodic fast radio burst FRB 180916.J0158+65
    First Author: Laha, Sibasish
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.173, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929..173L
    Citations: 5
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  827. The Donor of the Black-Hole X-Ray Binary MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Mikolajewska, Joanna
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.9, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930....9M
    Citations: 8
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  828. The Curious Case of ASASSN-20hx: A Slowly-Evolving, UV and X-ray Luminous, Ambiguous Nuclear Transient
    First Author: Hinkle, Jason
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.12, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930...12H
    Citations: 28
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  829. A misfired outburst in the neutron star X-ray binary Centaurus X-4
    First Author: Baglio, M. C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.20, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930...20B
    Citations: 6
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  830. SN 2020jfo: A Short-plateau Type II Supernova from a Low-mass Progenitor
    First Author: Teja, Rishabh Singh
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.34, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930...34T
    Citations: 9
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  831. Discovery of PSR J0523-7125 as a Circularly Polarized Variable Radio Source in the Large Magellanic Cloud
    First Author: Wang, Yuanming
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.38, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930...38W
    Citations: 10
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  832. Seven Years of SN 2014C: a Multi-Wavelength Synthesis of an Extraordinary Supernova
    First Author: Thomas, Benjamin P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.57, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930...57T
    Citations: 10
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  833. Thermal Comptonization in a changing corona in the changing-look active galaxy NGC 1566
    First Author: Tripathi, Prakash
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 930, Issue 2, id.117, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930..117T
    Citations: 2
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  834. Discovery of ATLAS17jrp as an Optical, X-ray and Infrared Bright TDE in a Star-forming Galaxy
    First Author: Wang, Yibo
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 930, Issue 1, id.L4, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930L...4W
    Citations: 15
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  835. First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. EHT and Multiwavelength Observations, Data Processing, and Calibration
    First Author: Akiyama, Kazunori
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 930, Issue 2, id.L13, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930L..13A
    Citations: 13
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  836. First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. II. EHT and Multiwavelength Observations, Data Processing, and Calibration
    First Author: Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 930, Issue 2, id.L13, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930L..13E
    Citations: 147
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  837. Search for High-Energy Neutrino Emission from Galactic X-ray Binaries with IceCube
    First Author: Abbasi, R.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 930, Issue 2, id.L24, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...930L..24A
    Citations: 7
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  838. A radio, optical, UV and X-ray view of the enigmatic changing look Active Galactic Nucleus 1ES~1927+654 from its pre- to post-flare states
    First Author: Laha, Sibasish
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 1, id.5, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931....5L
    Citations: 18
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  839. Supernova Shock Breakout/Emergence Detection Predictions for a Wide-field X-Ray Survey
    First Author: Bayless, Amanda J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 1, id.15, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931...15B
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  840. The Factory and the Beehive. IV. A Comprehensive Study of the Rotation X-Ray Activity Relation in Praesepe and the Hyades
    First Author: Núñez, Alejandro
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 1, id.45, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931...45N
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  841. Testing High-Energy Emission Models for Blazars with X-ray Polarimetry
    First Author: Peirson, Abel L.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 931, Issue 1, id.59, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...931...59P
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  842. Gamma-Ray Bursts Afterglow Physics and the VHE Domain
    First Author: Miceli, Davide
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 3, p. 66
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Galax..10...66M
    Citations: 17
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  843. The Galactic high mass X-ray binary population with Fermi-LAT
    First Author: Harvey, Max
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 1, pp.1141-1168
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.1141H
    Citations: 5
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  844. X-ray response to disc evolution in two γ Cas stars
    First Author: Nazé, Yaël
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.1648-1657
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.1648N
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  845. Investigating the nature of the ultraluminous X-ray sources in the galaxy NGC 925
    First Author: Salvaggio, Chiara
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.1814-1828
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.1814S
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  846. The white dwarf binary pathways survey - VI. Two close post-common envelope binaries with TESS light curves
    First Author: Hernandez, M. S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.1843-1856
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.1843H
    Citations: 15
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  847. The early afterglow of GRB 190829A
    First Author: Dichiara, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.2337-2349
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.2337D
    Citations: 11
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  848. Unveiling the main sequence to starburst transition region with a sample of intermediate redshift luminous infrared galaxies
    First Author: Hogan, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.2371-2388
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.2371H
    Citations: 2
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  849. Progenitor and close-in circumstellar medium of type II supernova 2020fqv from high-cadence photometry and ultra-rapid UV spectroscopy
    First Author: Tinyanont, Samaporn
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 2, pp.2777-2797
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.2777T
    Citations: 23
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  850. Disk precession to explain the super-orbital modulation of LMC X-4: results from the Swift monitoring campaign
    First Author: Ambrosi, E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 3, pp.3422-3435
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.3422A
    Citations: 2
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  851. Populations of highly variable X-ray sources in the XMM-Newton slew survey
    First Author: Li, Dongyue
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 3, pp.3858-3877
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.3858L
    Citations: 2
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  852. Close, bright and boxy: the superluminous SN 2018hti
    First Author: Fiore, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 3, pp.4484-4502
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.4484F
    Citations: 5
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  853. The 2018 failed outburst of H 1743-322: Insight-HXMT, NuSTAR and NICER Views
    First Author: Wang, P. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 512, Issue 3, pp.4541-4555
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512.4541W
    Citations: 8
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  854. The luminosity-dependent contribution from the broad line region to the wavelength-dependent lags in Mrk 110
    First Author: Vincentelli, F. M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 512, Issue 1, pp.L33-L38
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.512L..33V
    Citations: 13
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  855. Progenitor, environment, and modelling of the interacting transient AT 2016jbu (Gaia16cfr)
    First Author: Brennan, S. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 513, Issue 4, pp.5666-5685
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.513.5666B
    Citations: 18
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  856. A 62-minute orbital period black widow binary in a wide hierarchical triple
    First Author: Burdge, Kevin B.
    Nature, Volume 605, Issue 7908, p.41-45
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.605...41B
    Citations: 14
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  857. A new X-ray tidal disruption event candidate with fast variability
    First Author: Hampel, J.
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 5, id.055004, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22e5004H
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  858. Multiwavelength study of radio galaxy Pictor A: detection of western hotspot in far-UV and possible origin of high energy emissions
    First Author: Gulati, Sanna
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 521, Issue 2, pp.2704-2715
    Publication Date: May 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.521.2704G
    Citations: 0
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  859. Continuum, cyclotron line, and absorption variability in the high-mass X-ray binary Vela X-1
    First Author: Diez, C. M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 660, id.A19, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...660A..19D
    Citations: 9
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  860. NICER observations of the evidence of Poynting-Robertson drag and disk reflection during type I X-ray bursts from 4U 1636–536
    First Author: Zhao, Guoying
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 660, id.A31, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...660A..31Z
    Citations: 7
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  861. Type II supernovae from the Carnegie Supernova Project-I. I. Bolometric light curves of 74 SNe II using uBgVriYJH photometry
    First Author: Martinez, L.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 660, id.A40, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...660A..40M
    Citations: 9
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  862. Discovery of late-time X-ray flare and anomalous emission line enhancement after the nuclear optical outburst in a narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy
    First Author: Zhang, W. J.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 660, id.A119, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...660A.119Z
    Citations: 6
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  863. PGIR 20eid (SN2020qmp): A Type II-P Supernova at 15.6 Mpc discovered by the Palomar Gattini-IR survey
    First Author: Srinivasaragavan, G. P.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 660, id.A138, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...660A.138S
    Citations: 1
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  864. Temporal Analysis of GRB Precursors in the Third Swift-BAT Catalog
    First Author: Li, Liande
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 928, Issue 2, id.152, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...928..152L
    Citations: 3
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  865. Investigating the low-flux states in six Intermediate Polars
    First Author: Covington, Ava E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 928, Issue 2, id.164, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...928..164C
    Citations: 6
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  866. Search for Gravitational Waves Associated with Gamma-Ray Bursts Detected by Fermi and Swift during the LIGO-Virgo Run O3b
    First Author: Abbott, R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 928, Issue 2, id.186, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...928..186A
    Citations: 23
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  867. Multiwavelength analysis and the C IV {lambda}1549 Å emission line behavior from 2008 to 2020 of the FSRQ B2 1633+382
    First Author: Amaya-Almazán, Raúl A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 1, id.14, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929...14A
    Citations: 2
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  868. Modeling GRB 170202A fireball from continuous observations with the Zadko and the Virgin Island Robotic Telescopes
    First Author: Gendre, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 1, id.16, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929...16G
    Citations: 0
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  869. Long-term Spectra of the Blazars Mrk 421 and Mrk 501 at TeV Energies Seen by HAWC
    First Author: Albert, A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.125, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929..125A
    Citations: 10
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  870. An 8.56 keV absorption line in the hyperluminous X-ray source in NGC 4045: ultra-fast outflow or cyclotron line?
    First Author: Brightman, Murray
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.138, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929..138B
    Citations: 10
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  871. Is the high-energy neutrino event IceCube-200530A associated with a hydrogen rich superluminous supernova?
    First Author: Pitik, Tetyana
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.163, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929..163P
    Citations: 16
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  872. The nascent milliquasar VT J154843.06+220812.6: tidal disruption event or extreme accretion-state change?
    First Author: Somalwar, Jean
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 929, Issue 2, id.184, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...929..184S
    Citations: 5
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  873. The Second Catalog of Interplanetary Network Localizations of Konus Short-duration Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Svinkin, D. S.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 259, Issue 2, id.34, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..259...34S
    Citations: 2
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  874. The First Insight-HXMT Gamma-Ray Burst Catalog: The First Four Years
    First Author: Song, Xin-Ying
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 259, Issue 2, id.46, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..259...46S
    Citations: 9
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  875. The First Data Release of CNIa0.02-A Complete Nearby (Redshift <0.02) Sample of Type Ia Supernova Light Curves
    First Author: Chen, Ping
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 259, Issue 2, id.53, 27 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..259...53C
    Citations: 18
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  876. Changes in the nature of the spectral continuum and the stability of the cyclotron line in the X-ray pulsar GRO J2058+42
    First Author: Gorban, A. S.
    Astronomy Letters, Volume 48, Issue 4, p.256-266
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022AstL...48..256G
    Citations: 1
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  877. Probing into emission mechanisms of GRB 190530A using time-resolved spectra and polarization studies: Synchrotron Origin?
    First Author: Gupta, Rahul
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 2, pp.1694-1713
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.1694G
    Citations: 12
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  878. SN 2020kyg and the rates of faint Iax Supernovae from ATLAS
    First Author: Srivastav, Shubham
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 2, pp.2708-2731
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.2708S
    Citations: 8
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  879. Do gas-poor galaxy clusters have different galaxy populations? The positive covariance of hot and cold baryons
    First Author: Puddu, Emanuella
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 2, pp.2968-2976
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.2968P
    Citations: 2
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  880. AstroSat Observation of X-ray Dips and State Transition in the Black Hole Candidate MAXI J1803-298
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 3, pp.3922-3936
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.3922J
    Citations: 11
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  881. Modeling the kinematics of the decelerating jets from the black hole X-ray binary MAXI J1348-630
    First Author: Carotenuto, F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.4826-4841
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.4826C
    Citations: 10
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  882. Hard X-ray luminosity functions of cataclysmic variables: joint Swift/BAT and Gaia data
    First Author: Suleimanov, Valery F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.4937-4945
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.4937S
    Citations: 3
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  883. Low X-ray surface brightness clusters: implications on the scatter of the M-T and L-T relations
    First Author: Andreon, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.4991-4998
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.4991A
    Citations: 4
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  884. AT2019azh: an unusually long-lived, radio-bright thermal tidal disruption event
    First Author: Goodwin, A. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.5328-5345
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.5328G
    Citations: 22
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  885. A multi-wavelength view of distinct accretion regimes in the pulsating ultraluminous X-ray source NGC 1313 X-2
    First Author: Sathyaprakash, R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.5346-5362
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.5346S
    Citations: 5
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  886. Disentangling the neighbouring pulsars SXP 15.3 and SXP 305
    First Author: Monageng, I. M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.6075-6086
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.6075M
    Citations: 1
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  887. GRB 191016A: The onset of the forward shock and evidence of late energy injection
    First Author: Pereyra, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 4, pp.6205-6217
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.6205P
    Citations: 6
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  888. Optical and X-Ray Observations of MAXI J1820+070 During the Early Outburst Phase in 2018: Zooming in the Low Frequency QPOs
    First Author: Mao, Dong-Ming
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 4, id.045009, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22d5009M
    Citations: 4
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  889. Broad-band X-ray properties of black holes GRS 1758-258 and 1E 1740.7-2942: AstroSat and NuSTAR results
    First Author: Bhuvana, G. R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 520, Issue 4, pp.5828-5844
    Publication Date: Apr 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2023MNRAS.520.5828B
    Citations: 1
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  890. A detailed spectroscopic study of Tidal Disruption Events
    First Author: Charalampopoulos, P.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 659, id.A34, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...659A..34C
    Citations: 28
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  891. The supernova of the MAGIC GRB190114C
    First Author: Melandri, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 659, id.A39, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...659A..39M
    Citations: 11
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  892. A NuSTAR observation of the eclipsing binary system OAO 1657-415: The revival of the cyclotron line
    First Author: Saavedra, Enzo A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 659, id.A48, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...659A..48S
    Citations: 6
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  893. The Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS). No obvious signature of AGN feedback on star formation, but subtle trends
    First Author: Smirnova-Pinchukova, I.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 659, id.A125, 38 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...659A.125S
    Citations: 17
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  894. The variability and soft X-ray excess properties of narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxies: The Swift view
    First Author: Ding, Nan
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 659, id.A172, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...659A.172D
    Citations: 1
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  895. FRAMEx II: Simultaneous X-ray and Radio Variability in Active Galactic Nuclei − The Case of NGC 2992
    First Author: Fernandez, Luis C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 1, id.18, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927...18F
    Citations: 9
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  896. X-ray Coronal Properties of Swift/BAT-Selected Seyfert 1 Active Galactic Nuclei
    First Author: Kamraj, Nikita
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 1, id.42, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927...42K
    Citations: 26
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  897. A Carbon/Oxygen-dominated Atmosphere Days After Explosion for the "Super-Chandrasekhar" Type Ia SN 2020esm
    First Author: Dimitriadis, Georgios
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 1, id.78, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927...78D
    Citations: 18
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  898. Insights into the evolution of five isolated galaxies
    First Author: Mazzei, P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 1, id.124, 26 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..124M
    Citations: 3
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  899. Identification of an X-ray Pulsar in the BeXRB system IGR J18219 − 1347
    First Author: O'Connor, B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.139, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..139O
    Citations: 5
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  900. The Evolution of the Orbital Light-curve of Hercules X-1 with 35-day Phase
    First Author: Wang, Yuyang
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.143, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..143W
    Citations: 1
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  901. Discovery and Long-term Broadband X-ray monitoring of Galactic Black Hole Candidate MAXI J1803-298
    First Author: Shidatsu, Megumi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.151, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..151S
    Citations: 3
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  902. Swift/BAT Tip-of-The-Iceberg Effects
    First Author: Moss, Michael
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.157, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..157M
    Citations: 5
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  903. The Type Icn SN 2021csp: Implications for the Origins of the Fastest Supernovae and the Fates of Wolf-Rayet Stars
    First Author: Perley, Daniel A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.180, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..180P
    Citations: 44
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  904. Accreting on the edge: a luminosity-dependent cyclotron line in the Be/X-ray Binary 2S 1553-542 accompanied by accretion regimes transition
    First Author: Malacaria, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.194, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..194M
    Citations: 9
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  905. Investigating the Blazar TXS 0506+056 through Sharp Multiwavelength Eyes During 2017-2019
    First Author: Acciari, V. A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.197, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..197A
    Citations: 11
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  906. Peculiar disk behaviors of the black hole candidate MAXI J1348-630 in the hard state observed by Insight-HXMT and Swift
    First Author: Zhang, W.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.210, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..210Z
    Citations: 11
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  907. Discovery of Three Candidate Magnetar-powered Fast X-ray Transients from Chandra Archival Data
    First Author: Lin, Dacheng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.211, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..211L
    Citations: 8
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  908. Multiwavelength variability power spectrum analysis of the blazars 3C,279 and PKS,1510 − 089 on multiple timescales
    First Author: Goyal, Arti
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.214, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..214G
    Citations: 13
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  909. WISE View of Changing-look Active Galactic Nuclei: Evidence for a Transitional Stage of AGNs
    First Author: Lyu, Bing
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 927, Issue 2, id.227, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...927..227L
    Citations: 12
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  910. AT2019 avd: A tidal disruption event with a two-phase evolution
    First Author: Chen, Jin-Hong
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 928, Issue 1, id.63, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...928...63C
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  911. The Composition and Power of the Jet of the Broad-Line Radio Galaxy 3C 120
    First Author: Zdziarski, Andrzej A.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 928, Issue 1, id.L9, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...928L...9Z
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  912. Optical Confirmation of X-ray selected Galaxy clusters from the Swift AGN and Cluster survey with MDM and Pan-STARRS Data (Paper III)
    First Author: Bhatiani, Saloni
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 259, Issue 1, id.9, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..259....9B
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  913. Dust Extinction Law in Nearby Star-Resolved Galaxies. I. M31 Traced by Supergiants
    First Author: Wang, Yuxi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 259, Issue 1, id.12, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJS..259...12W
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  914. Response of the Fe K_alpha line emission to the X-ray continuum variability in the changing-look active galactic nucleus NGC 1566
    First Author: Liang, W. C.
    Journal of High Energy Astrophysics, Volume 33, p. 20-31.
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JHEAp..33...20L
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  915. ASAS J071404+7004.3 -- a close, bright nova-like with gusty winds
    First Author: Inight, K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 3, pp.3605-3621
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.3605I
    Citations: 11
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  916. High-energy neutrinos from X-rays flares of blazars frequently observed by the Swift X-Ray Telescope
    First Author: Stathopoulos, S. I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 3, pp.4063-4079
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.4063S
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  917. The Transient Ultra-luminous X-ray Source, ULX-4, in M51
    First Author: Allak, S.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 3, pp.4355-4369
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.4355A
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  918. A spectral hardening in the Fermi-LAT Data of 1ES 0502+675
    First Author: Zeng, Yuhang
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 1, pp.938-942
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511..938Z
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  919. Study of Timing and Spectral Properties of the X-ray Pulsar A 0535+262 During the Giant Outburst in Nov-Dec 2020
    First Author: Mandal, Manoj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 1, pp.1121-1130
    Publication Date: Mar 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.1121M
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  920. Evidence for a compact object in the aftermath of the extragalactic transient AT2018cow
    First Author: Pasham, Dheeraj
    Nature Astronomy, Volume 6, p. 249-258
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2021NatAs...6..249P
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  921. Radio data challenge the broadband modelling of GRB160131A afterglow
    First Author: Marongiu, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 658, id.A11, 32 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...658A..11M
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  922. The Super-Soft Source Phase of the recurrent nova V3890 Sgr
    First Author: Ness, J. -U.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 658, id.A169, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...658A.169N
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  923. The Nearby Dwarf Irregular Galaxy IC 1613 and Its Complex Bubble Region: Chandra and VLA Observations
    First Author: Schlegel, E. M.
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 163, Issue 2, id.66, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022AJ....163...66S
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  924. The Progenitor System of SN 2012Z Did Not Disappear: Comparing Hubble Space Telescope Observations a Decade Apart
    First Author: McCully, Curtis
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 2, id.138, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925..138M
    Citations: 20
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  925. Modeling the Spectral Energy Distributions and Spectropolarimetry of Blazars -- Application to 4C+01.02 in 2016-2017
    First Author: Schutte, Hester M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 2, id.139, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925..139S
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  926. Lightcurve Evolution of the nearest Tidal Disruption Event: A late-time, radio-only flare
    First Author: Perlman, Eric S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 2, id.143, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925..143P
    Citations: 11
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  927. The Fast Evolving, Tremendous and Blue Superoutburst in ASASSN-21au Reveals a Dichotomy in the Outbursts of Long Period AM CVns
    First Author: Rivera Sandoval, L. E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 1, id.10, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926...10R
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  928. The Early Phases of Supernova 2020pni: Shock-Ionization of the Nitrogen-Enriched Circumstellar Material
    First Author: Terreran, G.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 1, id.20, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926...20T
    Citations: 32
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  929. Late-onset Circumstellar Medium Interactions are Rare: An Unbiased GALEX View of Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Dubay, Liam O.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 1, id.98, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926...98D
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  930. The Fast Radio Burst-emitting magnetar SGR 1935+2154 -- proper motion and variability from long-term Hubble Space Telescope monitoring
    First Author: Lyman, J. D.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 2, id.121, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926..121L
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  931. Circumstellar Interaction Powers the Light Curves of Luminous Rapidly-evolving Optical Transients
    First Author: Pellegrino, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 2, id.125, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926..125P
    Citations: 23
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  932. The Rapid X-ray and UV Evolution of ASASSN-14ko
    First Author: Payne, Anna V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 926, Issue 2, id.142, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...926..142P
    Citations: 17
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  933. Search for Cosmological time dilation from Gamma-Ray Bursts -- A 2021 status update
    First Author: Singh, Amitesh
    Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Volume 2022, Issue 02, id.010, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022JCAP...02..010S
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  934. Spectral and Temporal Properties of Ultra-luminous X-ray Source NGC 55 ULX1
    First Author: Jithesh, V.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 4, pp.5166-5178
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.5166J
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  935. On the nature of the X-ray pulsar XTE J1859+083 and its broadband properties
    First Author: Salganik, Alexander
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 4, pp.5955-5963
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.5955S
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  936. GRB 191016A: A highly collimated gamma-ray burst jet with magnetised energy injection
    First Author: Shrestha, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 4, pp.5964-5973
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.5964S
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  937. Statistical search for angular non-stationarities of long gamma-ray burst jets using Swift data
    First Author: Budai, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 4, pp.6179-6182
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.6179B
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  938. Daily variability at milli-arcsecond scales in the radio quiet NLSy1 Mrk 110
    First Author: Panessa, Francesca
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 1, pp.718-724
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510..718P
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  939. The detection of radio emission from known X-ray flaring star EXO 040830-7134.7
    First Author: Driessen, L. N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 1, pp.1083-1092
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1083D
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  940. Multi-wavelength observations of the Blazar 4C +28.07
    First Author: Zargaryan, Davit
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 1, pp.1118-1127
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1118Z
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  941. Anomalous nature of outbursts of the black hole candidate 4U 1630-472
    First Author: Chatterjee, Kaushik
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 1, pp.1128-1135
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1128C
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  942. MeerKAT radio detection of the Galactic black hole candidate Swift J1842.5-1124 during its 2020 outburst
    First Author: Zhang, X.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 1, pp.1258-1263
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1258Z
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  943. Torque reversal and orbital profile of X-ray pulsar OAO 1657-415
    First Author: Liao, Zhenxuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 2, pp.1765-1771
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1765L
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  944. Physical modeling of viscous disc evolution around magnetized neutron star. Aql X-1 2013 outburst decay
    First Author: Lipunova, Galina
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 2, pp.1837-1856
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.1837L
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  945. Probing the origin of 4FGL J0822.8-4207: cosmic ray illumination from the SNR Puppis A and the Herbig-Haro object HH219
    First Author: Araya, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 2, pp.2277-2285
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.2277A
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  946. Multiwavelength study of the gravitationally lensed blazar QSO B0218+357 between 2016 and 2020
    First Author: Acciari, V. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 2, pp.2344-2362
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.2344A
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  947. A Swift study of long-term changes in the X-ray flaring properties of Sagittarius A*
    First Author: Andrés, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 2, pp.2851-2863
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.2851A
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  948. Early-time Searches for Coherent Radio Emission from Short GRBs with the Murchison Widefield Array
    First Author: Tian, J.
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 39, article id. e003
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022PASA...39....3T
    Citations: 12
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  949. Extreme black hole spin--orbit misalignment in X-ray binary MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Poutanen, Juri
    Science, Volume 375, Issue 6583, pp. 874-876 (2022).
    Publication Date: Feb 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Sci...375..874P
    Citations: 23
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  950. X-ray confirmation of the intermediate polar IGR J16547-1916
    First Author: Joshi, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A12, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A..12J
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  951. Graph-based clustering of gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Tarnopolski, Mariusz
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A13, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A..13T
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  952. Discovery of four super-soft X-ray sources in XMM-Newton observations of the Large Magellanic Cloud
    First Author: Maitra, C.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A26, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A..26M
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  953. X-ray spectroscopic survey of highly-accreting AGN
    First Author: Laurenti, M.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A57, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A..57L
    Citations: 16
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  954. Broad-band analysis of X-ray pulsar 2S 1845 - 024
    First Author: Nabizadeh, Armin
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A58, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A..58N
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  955. Searching for an additional high-energy component in Fermi-LAT GRB afterglows
    First Author: He, Xin-Bo
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A111, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A.111H
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  956. Overall Spectral Properties of Prompt Emissions with Diverse Segments in Swift/BAT Short Gamma-ray Bursts
    First Author: Li, X. J.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A124, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A.124L
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  957. Probabilistic classification of X-ray sources applied to Swift-XRT and XMM-Newton catalogs
    First Author: Tranin, Hugo
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 657, id.A138, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&A...657A.138T
    Citations: 15
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  958. HILIGT, Upper Limit Servers II -- Implementing the data servers
    First Author: König, O.
    Astronomy and Computing, Volume 38, article id. 100529.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&C....3800529K
    Citations: 12
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  959. HILIGT, upper limit servers I-Overview
    First Author: Saxton, R. D.
    Astronomy and Computing, Volume 38, article id. 100531.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022A&C....3800531S
    Citations: 18
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  960. Final Moments I: Precursor Emission, Envelope Inflation, and Enhanced Mass loss Preceding the Luminous Type II Supernova 2020tlf
    First Author: Jacobson-Galán, W. V.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 1, id.15, 25 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...15J
    Citations: 68
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  961. SN 2015bq: A Luminous Type Ia Supernova with Early Flux Excess
    First Author: Li, Liping
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 1, id.35, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...35L
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  962. An Early-Time Optical and Ultraviolet Excess in the type-Ic SN 2020oi
    First Author: Gagliano, Alexander
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.55, 29 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...55G
    Citations: 26
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  963. Investigation of the timing and spectral properties of an Ultra-luminous X-ray pulsar NGC 7793 P13
    First Author: Lin, Lupin Chun-Che
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.65, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...65L
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  964. Testing the Kerr black hole hypothesis with GRS 1716-249 by combining the continuum-fitting and the iron-line methods
    First Author: Zhang, Zuobin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.72, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...72Z
    Citations: 22
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  965. Gamma-ray orbital modulation of the transitioning millisecond pulsar binary XSS J12270-4859
    First Author: An, Hongjun
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.91, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...91A
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  966. Variability and Spectral Characteristics of Three Flaring Gamma-ray Quasars Observed by VERITAS and Fermi-LAT
    First Author: Adams, C. B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.95, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...95A
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  967. Hubble Space Telescope Imaging of Isolated Local Volume Dwarfs GALFA-Dw3 and Dw4
    First Author: Bennet, P.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.98, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924...98B
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  968. Testing the Potential for Radio Variability in Disks around T Tauri Stars with Observations and Chemical Modeling
    First Author: Espaillat, C. C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.104, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924..104E
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  969. Follow-up Observations of the Prolonged, super-Eddington, Tidal Disruption Event Candidate 3XMM~J150052.0+015452: the Slow Decline Continues
    First Author: Lin, Dacheng
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 924, Issue 2, id.L35, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...924L..35L
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  970. Evolution of the spin, spectrum and super-orbital period of the ultraluminous X-ray pulsar M51 ULX7
    First Author: Brightman, Murray
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 1, id.18, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925...18B
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  971. X-ray imaging observations of the high-mass gamma-ray binary HESS J0632+057
    First Author: Kargaltsev, O.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 1, id.20, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925...20K
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  972. Constraining the circumburst medium of gamma-ray bursts with X-ray afterglows
    First Author: Tian, Xiao
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 1, id.54, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925...54T
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  973. The UV/Optical Peak and X-Ray Brightening in TDE Candidate AT 2019azh: A Case of Stream-Stream Collision and Delayed Accretion
    First Author: Liu, Xiao-Long
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 1, id.67, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925...67L
    Citations: 36
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  974. Changing-look event in NGC 3516: continuum or obscuration variability?
    First Author: Mehdipour, Missagh
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 925, Issue 1, id.84, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022ApJ...925...84M
    Citations: 16
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  975. Non-Thermal Emission from Radio-Loud AGN Jets: Radio vs. X-rays
    First Author: Fedorova, Elena
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 1, p. 6
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Galax..10....6F
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  976. NICER, NuSTAR and Swift follow-up observations of the γ -ray flaring blazar BL Lacertae in 2020 August--October
    First Author: D'Ammando, F.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 1, pp.52-67
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509...52D
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  977. Gravitational waves from GRB core spin-down
    First Author: Contopoulos, I.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 1, pp.174-179
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509..174C
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  978. Large optical modulations during 2018 outburst of MAXI J1820+070 reveal evolution of warped accretion disc through X-ray state change
    First Author: Thomas, Jessymol K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 1, pp.1062-1074
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.1062T
    Citations: 12
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  979. Candidate isolated neutron stars in the 4XMM-DR10 catalog of X-ray sources
    First Author: Rigoselli, Michela
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 1, pp.1217-1226
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.1217R
    Citations: 6
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  980. A Multi-Mission Catalogue of Ultraluminous X-ray Source Candidates
    First Author: Walton, D. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 2, pp.1587-1604
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.1587W
    Citations: 30
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  981. Evidence for an expanding corona based on spectral-timing modelling of multiple black hole X-ray binaries
    First Author: Cao, Zheng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 509, Issue 2, pp.2517-2531
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.509.2517C
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  982. The prototype X-ray binary GX 339-4: using TeV gamma-rays to assess LMXBs as Galactic cosmic ray accelerators
    First Author: Kantzas, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 510, Issue 4, pp.5187-5198
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.510.5187K
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  983. BASS XXXI: Outflow scaling relations in low redshift X-ray AGN host galaxies with MUSE
    First Author: Kakkad, D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 511, Issue 2, pp.2105-2124
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022MNRAS.511.2105K
    Citations: 19
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  984. A WC/WO star exploding within an expanding carbon-oxygen-neon nebula
    First Author: Gal-Yam, A.
    Nature, Volume 601, Issue 7892, p.201-204
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022Natur.601..201G
    Citations: 52
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  985. B3,0749+460A: A New "Changing-Look" Active Galactic Nucleus Associated with X-ray Spectral Slope Variations
    First Author: Wang, J.
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 22, Issue 1, id.015011, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Jan 2022
    Bibliographic Code: 2022RAA....22a5011W
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  986. Tracking the evolution of the accretion flow in MAXI J1820+070 during its hard state with the JED-SAD model
    First Author: Marino, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 656, id.A63, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...656A..63M
    Citations: 11
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  987. Fitting strategies of accretion column models and application to the broadband spectrum of Cen X-3
    First Author: Thalhammer, Philipp
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 656, id.A105, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...656A.105T
    Citations: 8
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  988. The Fast Radio Burst FRB 20201124A in a star forming region: constraints to the progenitor and multiwavelength counterparts
    First Author: Piro, L.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 656, id.L15, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...656L..15P
    Citations: 40
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  989. Quest for the upcoming periastron passage of an episodic dust maker and particle accelerating colliding wind binary: WR 125
    First Author: Arora, Bharti
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 162, Issue 6, id.257, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021AJ....162..257A
    Citations: 4
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  990. Five new hot-Jupiter transits investigated with Swift-UVOT
    First Author: Corrales, Lia
    The Astronomical Journal, Volume 162, Issue 6, id.287, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021AJ....162..287C
    Citations: 2
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  991. Evidence of X-ray plateaus driven by the magnetar spindown winds in gamma-ray burst afterglows
    First Author: Hou, Shu-Jin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.102, 4 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..102H
    Citations: 7
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  992. Detection of the microquasar V404 Cygni at gamma-rays revisited: only one flaring event in quiescence
    First Author: Xing, Yi
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.111, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..111X
    Citations: 3
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  993. AGN STORM 2: I. First results: A Change in the Weather of Mrk 817
    First Author: Kara, Erin
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.151, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..151K
    Citations: 59
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  994. Spectral Modeling of Flares in Long Term Gamma-Ray Light Curve of PKS 0903-57
    First Author: Mondal, Sandeep Kumar
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.160, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..160M
    Citations: 1
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  995. Carnegie Supernova Project: The First Homogeneous Sample of Super-Chandrasekhar-mass/2003fg-like Type Ia Supernovae
    First Author: Ashall, C.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.205, 32 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..205A
    Citations: 26
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  996. The X-ray outburst of PG 1553+113: A precession effect of two jets in the supermassive black hole binary system
    First Author: Huang, Shifeng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.222, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..222H
    Citations: 5
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  997. AT 2018lqh and the Nature of the Emerging Population of Day-scale Duration Optical Transients
    First Author: Ofek, E. O.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.247, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..247O
    Citations: 13
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  998. Compton-Thick AGN in the NuSTAR era VI: The observed Compton-thick fraction in the Local Universe
    First Author: Torres-Albà, N.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.252, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922..252T
    Citations: 21
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  999. The Remarkable Spin-down and Ultra-fast Outflows of the Highly-Pulsed Supersoft Source of Nova Hercules 2021
    First Author: Drake, Jeremy J.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 922, Issue 2, id.L42, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922L..42D
    Citations: 13
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  1000. Quasi-Simultaneous Radio/X-ray Observations of the Candidate Transitional Millisecond Pulsar 3FGL J1544.6-1125 During its Low-Luminosity Accretion-Disc State
    First Author: Jaodand, Amruta D.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.3, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923....3J
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1001. Multi-Wavelength Observation Campaign of the TeV Gamma-Ray Binary HESS J0632+057 with NuSTAR, VERITAS, MDM, and Swift
    First Author: Tokayer, Y. M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.17, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923...17T
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1002. MOMO. IV. The Complete Swift X-Ray and UV/Optical Light Curve and Characteristic Variability of the Blazar OJ 287 during the Last Two Decades
    First Author: Komossa, S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.51, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923...51K
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1003. Multiwavelength Spectral Analysis and Neural Network Classification of Counterparts to 4FGL Unassociated Sources
    First Author: Kerby, Stephen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.75, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923...75K
    Citations: 11
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  1004. The MAVERIC Survey: Variable Jet-Accretion Coupling in Luminous Accreting Neutron Stars in Galactic Globular Clusters
    First Author: Panurach, Teresa
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.88, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923...88P
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1005. Exploratory X-Ray Monitoring of Luminous Radio-Quiet Quasars at High Redshift: Extended Time-Series Analyses and Stacked Imaging Spectroscopy
    First Author: Thomas, Marcus O.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.111, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923..111T
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1006. Competitive X-ray and Optical Cooling in the Collisionless Shocks of WR 140
    First Author: Pollock, A. M. T.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 2, id.191, 24 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923..191P
    Citations: 11
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1007. Observation of the gamma-ray binary HESS J0632+057 with the H.E.S.S., MAGIC, and VERITAS telescopes
    First Author: Adams, C. B.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 2, id.241, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923..241A
    Citations: 11
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1008. Swift/XRT Deep Galactic Plane Survey Discovery of a New Intermediate Polar Cataclysmic Variable, Swift J183920.1-045350
    First Author: Gorgone, Nicholas M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 923, Issue 2, id.243, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923..243G
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1009. Discovery of the Fastest Early Optical Emission from Overluminous SN Ia 2020hvf: A Thermonuclear Explosion within a Dense Circumstellar Environment
    First Author: Jiang, Ji-an
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 923, Issue 1, id.L8, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...923L...8J
    Citations: 31
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1010. On the Origin of Gamma-ray Flares from Bright Fermi Blazars
    First Author: Paliya, Vaidehi S.
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 257, Issue 2, id.37, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJS..257...37P
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1011. Comprehensive Broadband X-ray and Multiwavelength Study of Active Galactic Nuclei in Local 57 Ultra/luminous Infrared Galaxies Observed with NuSTAR and/or Swift/BAT
    First Author: Yamada, Satoshi
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 257, Issue 2, id.61, 67 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJS..257...61Y
    Citations: 27
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1012. Promise of Persistent Multi-Messenger Astronomy with the Blazar OJ 287
    First Author: Valtonen, Mauri J.
    Galaxies, vol. 10, issue 1, p. 1
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021Galax..10....1V
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1013. Probing the physical properties of the intergalactic medium using blazars
    First Author: Dalton, Tony
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 2, pp.1701-1718
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.1701D
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1014. Thermonuclear X-ray bursts from LMXB 4U 1636 − 536 observed with AstroSat
    First Author: Roy, Pinaki
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 2, pp.2123-2133
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.2123R
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1015. Revealing the nature of the transient source MAXI J0637-430 through spectro-temporal analysis
    First Author: Baby, Blessy E.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 2, pp.2447-2457
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.2447B
    Citations: 11
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1016. Comparison of the characteristics of magnetars born in death of massive stars and merger of compact objects with swift Gamma-Ray burst data
    First Author: Zou, Le
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 2, pp.2505-2514
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.2505Z
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1017. Real-time Discovery of AT2020xnd: A Fast, Luminous Ultraviolet Transient with Minimal Radioactive Ejecta
    First Author: Perley, Daniel A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 4, pp.5138-5147
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.5138P
    Citations: 48
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1018. AstroSat detection of a mHz QPO and cyclotron line in IGR J19294+1816 during the 2019 outburst
    First Author: Raman, Gayathri
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 4, pp.5578-5586
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.5578R
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1019. Very-high-frequency oscillations in the main peak of a magnetar giant flare
    First Author: Castro-Tirado, A. J.
    Nature, Volume 600, Issue 7890, p.621-624
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021Natur.600..621C
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1020. Variable X-Ray Emission of Comet 46P/Wirtanen
    First Author: Bonamente, Emanuele
    The Planetary Science Journal, Volume 2, Issue 6, id.224, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PSJ.....2..224B
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1021. X-ray Flares Raising upon Magnetar Plateau as an Implication of a Surrounding Disk of Newborn Magnetized Neutron Star
    First Author: Zheng, Tian-Ci
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 21, Issue 12, id.300, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021RAA....21..300Z
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1022. Revisiting the X-ray Emission of the Asynchronous Polar V1432 Aql
    First Author: Wang, Qi-Shan
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 21, Issue 12, id.315, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Dec 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021RAA....21..315W
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1023. Simultaneous X-ray and radio observations of the transitional millisecond pulsar candidate CXOU J110926.4-650224. The discovery of a variable radio counterpart
    First Author: Coti Zelati, F.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A52, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A..52C
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1024. A low-energy explosion yields the underluminous Type IIP SN 2020cxd
    First Author: Yang, S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A90, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A..90Y
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1025. Long-term multi-band photometric monitoring of Mrk 501
    First Author: Arbet-Engels, Axel
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A93, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A..93A
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1026. Exploring the accretion-ejection geometry of GRS 1915+105 in the obscured state with future X-ray spectro-polarimetry
    First Author: Ratheesh, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A96, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A..96R
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1027. The long-term multiwavelength observations of the blazar PKS 2005-489
    First Author: Kapanadze, B.
    Astroparticle Physics, Volume 132, article id. 102620.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021APh...13202620K
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1028. Blazar OJ 287 after First VHE Activity: Tracking the Reemergence of the HBL-like Component in 2020
    First Author: Kushwaha, Pankaj
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 921, Issue 1, id.18, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921...18K
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1029. Differential Source Count for Gamma-Ray Bursts
    First Author: Banerjee, Shreya
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 921, Issue 1, id.79, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921...79B
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1030. The X-ray binary population in the Galactic Center revealed through multi-decade observations
    First Author: Mori, Kaya
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 921, Issue 2, id.148, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921..148M
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1031. Spectral and Timing Analysis of NuSTAR and Swift/XRT Observations of the X-Ray Transient MAXI J0637-430
    First Author: Lazar, Hadar
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 921, Issue 2, id.155, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921..155L
    Citations: 17
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1032. A 99-minute Double-lined White Dwarf Binary from SDSS-V
    First Author: Chandra, Vedant
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 921, Issue 2, id.160, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921..160C
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1033. GRB 101225A as Orphan Dipole Radiation of a Newborn Magnetar with Precession Rotation in an Off-axis Gamma-ray Burst
    First Author: Zou, Le
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 921, Issue 1, id.L1, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921L...1Z
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1034. Evidence for gravitational lensing of GRB 200716C
    First Author: Yang, Xing
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 921, Issue 2, id.L29, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921L..29Y
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1035. Possible X-Ray Quasi-periodic Eruptions in a Tidal Disruption Event Candidate
    First Author: Chakraborty, Joheen
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 921, Issue 2, id.L40, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...921L..40C
    Citations: 47
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1036. Circumstellar Medium Constraints on the Environment of Two Nearby Type Ia Supernovae: SN 2017cbv and SN 2020nlb
    First Author: Sand, D. J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 1, id.21, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922...21S
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1037. Simultaneous Multiwavelength Flare Observations of EV Lacertae
    First Author: Paudel, Rishi R.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 1, id.31, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922...31P
    Citations: 20
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1038. A Comprehensive Study of Multiflare GRB Spectral Lag
    First Author: Chang, X. Z.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 922, Issue 1, id.34, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922...34C
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1039. Near-infrared Studies of Nova V1674 Herculis: A Shocking Record Breaker
    First Author: Woodward, C. E.
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 922, Issue 1, id.L10, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...922L..10W
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1040. Machine-Learned Dark Matter Subhalo Candidates in the 4FGL-DR2: Search for the Perturber of the GD-1 Stream
    First Author: Mirabal, Nestor
    Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Volume 2021, Issue 11, id.033, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JCAP...11..033M
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1041. Investigating the true nature of three hard X-ray sources
    First Author: Molina, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 3, pp.3423-3433
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.3423M
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1042. The origin of the soft X-ray excess in the narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy SBS 1353+564
    First Author: Xu, Xinpeng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 3, pp.3572-3582
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.3572X
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1043. Long-term multiband monitoring of blazar 3C 66A
    First Author: Mohana A, Krishna
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 3, pp.3653-3659
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.3653M
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1044. A new radio census of neutron star X-ray binaries
    First Author: van den Eijnden, J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 3, pp.3899-3922
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.3899V
    Citations: 37
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1045. NuSTAR and Swift Observations of the Extragalactic Black Hole X-ray Binaries
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.4779-4787
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.4779J
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1046. Failed-Transition outbursts in Black hole low-mass X-ray binaries
    First Author: Alabarta, K.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.5507-5522
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.5507A
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1047. Broadband study of BL Lac during flare of 2020: Spectral evolution and emergence of HBL component
    First Author: Prince, Raj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.5602-5612
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.5602P
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1048. X-ray spectra, light-curves and SEDs of blazars frequently observed by Swift
    First Author: Giommi, Paolo
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 4, pp.5690-5702
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.5690G
    Citations: 29
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1049. Revisiting the luminosity and redshift distributions of long gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Lan, Guang-Xuan
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.52-68
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508...52L
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1050. The Eddington ratio-dependent 'changing look' events in NGC 2992
    First Author: Guolo, Muryel
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.144-156
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508..144G
    Citations: 26
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1051. A comprehensive study of the 2019-2020 flare of OJ 287 in X-ray window using Swift, XMM-Newton, NuSTAR, and AstroSat
    First Author: Prince, Raj
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.315-325
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508..315P
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1052. NuSTAR monitoring of MAXI J1348-630: evidence of high density disc reflection
    First Author: Chakraborty, Sudip
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.475-488
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508..475C
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1053. Swift J011511.0-725611: discovery of a rare Be star/white dwarf binary system in the SMC
    First Author: Kennea, J. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.781-788
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508..781K
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1054. Constraining the properties of dense neutron star cores: The case of the low-mass X-ray binary HETE J1900.1-2455
    First Author: Degenaar, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.882-894
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508..882D
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1055. The evolving radio jet from the neutron star X-ray binary 4U 1820-30
    First Author: Russell, T. D.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, Volume 508, Issue 1, pp.L6-L11
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508L...6R
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1056. Broad-band spectral study of LMXB black hole candidate 4U 1957+11 with NuSTAR
    First Author: Sharma, Prince
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 21, Issue 9, id.214, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Nov 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021RAA....21..214S
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1057. Discovery of a recurrent spectral evolutionary cycle in the ultraluminous X-ray sources Holmberg II X-1 and NGC 5204 X-1 with evidence for periodic flux modulations
    First Author: Gúrpide, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 654, id.A10, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...654A..10G
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1058. X-ray obscuration from a variable ionized absorber in PG 1114+445
    First Author: Serafinelli, R.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 654, id.A32, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...654A..32S
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1059. Multi-wavelength Analysis and Modeling of OJ 287 During 2017-2020
    First Author: Prince, Raj
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 654, id.A38, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...654A..38P
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1060. Spectral analysis of the low-mass X-ray pulsar 4U 1822-371: Reflection component in a high-inclination system
    First Author: Anitra, A.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 654, id.A160, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...654A.160A
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1061. Investigation of the correlation patterns and the Compton dominance variability of Mrk 421 in 2017
    First Author: MAGIC Collaboration
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 655, id.A89, 36 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...655A..89M
    Citations: 17
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1062. Broadband Modeling of Low Luminosity Active Galactic Nuclei Detected in Gamma Rays
    First Author: Tomar, Gunjan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 919, Issue 2, id.137, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...919..137T
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1063. A Bright Ultraviolet Excess in the Transitional 02es-like Type Ia Supernova 2019yvq
    First Author: Burke, J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 919, Issue 2, id.142, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...919..142B
    Citations: 25
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1064. Chronicling the Host Galaxy Properties of the Remarkable Repeating FRB 20201124A
    First Author: Fong, Wen-fai
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 919, Issue 2, id.L23, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...919L..23F
    Citations: 56
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1065. A possible tidal disruption event candidate in the black hole binary system of OJ 287
    First Author: Huang, Shifeng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.12, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...12H
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1066. Discovery of transition from marginally stable burning to unstable burning after a superburst in Aql X-1
    First Author: Li, Zhaosheng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.35, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...35L
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1067. Enhanced Localization of Transients Based on a Novel Cross-correlation Method
    First Author: Xiao, S.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.43, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...43X
    Citations: 19
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1068. Discovery of ASKAP J173608.2-321635 as a Highly-Polarized Transient Point Source with the Australian SKA Pathfinder
    First Author: Wang, Ziteng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.45, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...45W
    Citations: 17
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1069. External Inverse-Compton Emission from Low-Luminosity Gamma-Ray Bursts: Application to GRB 190829A
    First Author: Zhang, B. Theodore
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.55, 10 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...55Z
    Citations: 30
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1070. A Family Tree of Optical Transients from Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies
    First Author: Frederick, Sara
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.56, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...56F
    Citations: 48
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1071. Long-term Evolution of the Short-term X-ray Variability of the Jetted TDE Swift J1644+57
    First Author: Jin, Chichuan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.60, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920...60J
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1072. ASASSN-15hy: an under-luminous, red 03fg-like type Ia supernova
    First Author: Lu, J.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.107, 31 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..107L
    Citations: 16
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1073. Multi wavelength study of 4C+28.07
    First Author: Das, Avik Kumar
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.117, 17 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..117D
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1074. Multi-wavelength Observations of AT2019wey: a New Candidate Black Hole Low-mass X-Ray Binary
    First Author: Yao, Yuhan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.120, 14 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..120Y
    Citations: 18
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1075. A Comprehensive X-ray Report on AT2019wey
    First Author: Yao, Yuhan
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.121, 18 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..121Y
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1076. AT 2019qyl in NGC 300: Early Outflow Collisions for a Very Fast Nova in a Symbiotic Binary
    First Author: Jencson, Jacob E.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.127, 23 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..127J
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1077. Studies of Cepheus X-4 during 2018 outburst observed with AstroSat
    First Author: Mukerjee, Kallol
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 920, Issue 2, id.139, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920..139M
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1078. A month of monitoring the new magnetar Swift J1555.2-5402 during an X-ray outburst
    First Author: Enoto, Teruaki
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 920, Issue 1, id.L4, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...920L...4E
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1079. Study of the X-ray Pulsar XTE J1946+274 with NuSTAR
    First Author: Gorban, A. S.
    Astronomy Letters, Volume 47, Issue 6, p.390-401
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021AstL...47..390G
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1080. Detection of X-ray pulsations at the lowest observed luminosity of Be/X-ray binary pulsar EXO 2030+375 with AstroSat
    First Author: Jaisawal, Gaurava K.
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.33
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...33J
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1081. Multi-wavelength view of the galactic black-hole binary GRS 1716-249
    First Author: Rout, Sandeep K.
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.39
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...39R
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1082. Results from AstroSat LAXPC Observations of Hercules X-1 (Her X-1)
    First Author: Leahy, D. A.
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.44
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...44L
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1083. AstroSat view of the NLS1 galaxy Mrk 335
    First Author: Ezhikode, Savithri H.
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.51
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...51E
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1084. AstroSat observations of eclipsing high mass X-ray binary pulsar OAO 1657-415
    First Author: Jaisawal, Gaurava K.
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.72
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...72J
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1085. Sub-MeV spectroscopy with AstroSat-CZT Imager for Gamma Ray Bursts
    First Author: Chattopadhyay, Tanmoy
    Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, Volume 42, Issue 2, article id.82
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JApA...42...82C
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1086. Multi-messenger emission from the parsec-scale jet of the flat-spectrum radio quasar PKS 1502+106 coincident with high-energy neutrino IceCube-190730A
    First Author: Oikonomou, Foteini
    Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, Volume 2021, Issue 10, id.082, 40 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021JCAP...10..082O
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1087. SN 2019hcc: A Type II Supernova Displaying Early O II Lines
    First Author: Parrag, Eleonora
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.4819-4840
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.4819P
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1088. Fundamental X-ray Corona Parameters of Swift/BAT AGN
    First Author: Hinkle, Jason T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.4960-4978
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.4960H
    Citations: 20
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1089. A systematic study of photoionized emission and warm absorption signatures of the NLS1 Mrk 335
    First Author: Liu, H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.5190-5200
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.5190L
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1090. LOFAR early-time search for coherent radio emission from Short GRB 181123B
    First Author: Rowlinson, A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.5268-5277
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.5268R
    Citations: 20
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1091. A hard X-ray view of Luminous and Ultra-luminous Infrared Galaxies in GOALS: I - AGN obscuration along the merger sequence
    First Author: Ricci, C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.5935-5950
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.5935R
    Citations: 37
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1092. V404 Cygni with Fermi-LAT
    First Author: Harvey, Max
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 4, pp.6029-6038
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.6029H
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1093. Multiwavelength observations reveal a faint candidate black hole X-ray binary in IGR J17285-2922
    First Author: Stoop, M.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 1, pp.330-349
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507..330S
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1094. Broadband X-Ray Observations of the 2018 Outburst of the Changing-Look Active Galactic Nucleus NGC 1566
    First Author: Jana, Arghajit
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507..687J
    Citations: 12
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1095. Measuring cosmological parameters with a luminosity-time correlation of gamma-ray bursts
    First Author: Hu, J. P.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 1, pp.730-742
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507..730H
    Citations: 40
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1096. Swift/UVOT follow-up of Gravitational Wave Alerts in the O3 era
    First Author: Oates, S. R.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 1, pp.1296-1317
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.1296O
    Citations: 17
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1097. How does the shape of gamma-ray bursts' pulses affect the duration distribution?
    First Author: Tarnopolski, Mariusz
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 1, pp.1450-1457
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.1450T
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1098. First detection of VHE gamma-ray emission from TXS 1515-273, study of its X-ray variability and spectral energy distribution
    First Author: Acciari, V. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 1, pp.1528-1545
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.1528A
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1099. Chandra observations of nova KT Eridani in outburst
    First Author: Pei, Songpeng
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 2, pp.2073-2086
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.2073P
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1100. Inferring properties of neutron stars born in short gamma-ray bursts with a plerion-like X-ray plateau
    First Author: Strang, L. C.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 507, Issue 2, pp.2843-2855
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.507.2843S
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1101. Temporal and Spectral Study of PKS B1222+216 Flares in 2014
    First Author: Chatterjee, Anshu
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 508, Issue 2, pp.1986-2001
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.508.1986C
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1102. Intermediate luminosity type Iax supernova 2019muj with narrow absorption lines: Long-lasting radiation associated with a possible bound remnant predicted by the weak deflagration model
    First Author: Kawabata, Miho
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 73, Issue 5, pp.1295-1314
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASJ...73.1295K
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1103. A Fundamental Plane in X-ray Binary Activity of External Galaxies
    First Author: Inoue, Yoshiyuki
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 73, Issue 5, pp.1315-1332
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASJ...73.1315I
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1104. A study of the accretion mechanisms of the High Mass X-ray Binary IGR J00370+6122
    First Author: Uchida, Nagomi
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 73, Issue 5, pp.1389-1404
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASJ...73.1389U
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1105. Long-term multi-wavelength variations of Fermi blazar 3C 279
    First Author: Zhang, Bing-Kai
    Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Volume 21, Issue 8, id.186, 11 pp.
    Publication Date: Oct 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021RAA....21..186Z
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1106. On the origin of the multi-GeV photons from the closest burst with intermediate luminosity: GRB 190829A
    First Author: Fraija, N.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 918, Issue 1, id.12, 20 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...918...12F
    Citations: 43
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1107. Period Bouncer Cataclysmic Variable EZ Lyn in Quiescence
    First Author: Amantayeva, A.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 918, Issue 2, id.58, 16 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...918...58A
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1108. X-ray Observations of 1ES 1959+650 in its high activity state in 2016-2017 with AstroSat and Swift
    First Author: Chandra, Sunil
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 918, Issue 2, id.67, 19 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...918...67C
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1109. GRB 200716C: Evidence for a Short Burst Being Lensed
    First Author: Wang, Yun
    The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 918, Issue 2, id.L34, 8 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...918L..34W
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1110. Detection of a low frequency quasi-periodic oscillation in the soft state of Cygnus X-1 with Insight-HXMT
    First Author: Yan, Zhen
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 919, Issue 1, id.46, 9 pp.
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...919...46Y
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1111. Long term X-Ray Observations of Seyfert 1 Galaxy Ark 120: On the origin of soft-excess
    First Author: Nandi, Prantik
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 3, pp.3111-3127
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.3111N
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1112. The loudest stellar heartbeat: Characterizing the most extreme amplitude heartbeat star system
    First Author: Jayasinghe, T.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 3, pp.4083-4100
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.4083J
    Citations: 16
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1113. Long-term and multi-wavelength evolution of a changing-look AGN Mrk 1018
    First Author: Lyu, Bing
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 3, pp.4188-4198
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.4188L
    Citations: 14
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1114. Spectropolarimetry and photometry of the early afterglow of the gamma-ray burst GRB 191221B
    First Author: Buckley, D. A. H.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 506, Issue 3, pp.4621-4631
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.506.4621B
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1115. Measuring the density structure of an accretion hot spot
    First Author: Espaillat, C. C.
    Nature, Volume 597, Issue 7874, p.41-44
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021Natur.597...41E
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1116. Complex optical/UV and X-ray variability in Seyfert 1 galaxy Mrk 509
    First Author: Kumari, Neeraj
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 38, article id. e042
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASA...38...42K
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1117. A broadband radio view of transient jet ejecta in the black hole candidate X-ray binary MAXI J1535-571
    First Author: Chauhan, Jaiverdhan
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Volume 38, article id. e045
    Publication Date: Sep 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASA...38...45C
    Citations: 4
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1118. Long-term X-ray evolution of SDSS J134244.4+053056.1: A more than 18 year-old, long-lived IMBH-TDE candidate
    First Author: He, J. S.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 652, id.A15, 7 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...652A..15H
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1119. Spectral evolution of X-ray pulsar 4U 1901+03 during 2019 outburst based on Insight-HXMT and NuSTAR observations
    First Author: Nabizadeh, Armin
    Astronomy and Astrophysics
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...652A..89N
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1120. Revisiting the archetypical wind accretor Vela X-1 in depth -- A case study of a well-known X-ray binary and the limits of our knowledge
    First Author: Kretschmar, P.
    Astronomy and Astrophysics
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...652A..95K
    Citations: 21
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1121. SN 2020bqj: a Type Ibn supernova with a long lasting peak plateau
    First Author: Kool, E. C.
    Astronomy & Astrophysics, Volume 652, id.A136, 21 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...652A.136K
    Citations: 9
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1122. Transient obscuration event captured in NGC 3227. I. Continuum model for the broadband spectral energy distribution
    First Author: Mehdipour, M.
    Astronomy and Astrophysics
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021A&A...652A.150M
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1123. AstroSat Observation of Non-Resonant Type-C QPOs in MAXI J1535-571
    First Author: Chatterjee, D.
    Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 366, Issue 8, article id.82
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021Ap&SS.366...82C
    Citations: 6
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1124. Timing and spectral properties of Be/Xray pulsar 4U 1901+03 during 2019 outburst
    First Author: Rai, Binay
    Astrophysics and Space Science, Volume 366, Issue 8, article id.84
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021Ap&SS.366...84R
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1125. Properties of the Obscuring Torus in NGC 1052 from Multi-epoch Broadband X-ray Spectroscopy
    First Author: Baloković, M.
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 916, Issue 2, id.90, 15 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...916...90B
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1126. Discovery of a Fast Iron Low-ionization Outflow in the Early Evolution of the Nearby Tidal Disruption Event AT2019qiz
    First Author: Hung, Tiara
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 917, Issue 1, id.9, 22 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...917....9H
    Citations: 22
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1127. Multiwavelength evidence for a new flare-mode transitional millisecond pulsar
    First Author: Strader, Jay
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 917, Issue 2, id.69, 12 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...917...69S
    Citations: 10
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1128. Nearby SN-associated GRB 190829A: Environment, Jet Structure, and VHE Gamma-Ray Afterglows
    First Author: Zhang, Lu-Lu
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 917, Issue 2, id.95, 6 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...917...95
    Citations: 0
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1129. ASASSN-14ms:the Most Energetic Known Explosion of a Type Ibn Supernova and its Physical Origin
    First Author: Wang, Xiaofeng
    The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 917, Issue 2, id.97, 13 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJ...917...97W
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1130. Prompt emission of short gamma ray bursts: a clue to the viewing angle and the post-merger remnant
    First Author: Iyyani, Shabnam
    The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Volume 255, Issue 2, id.25, 30 pp.
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021ApJS..255...25I
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1131. Progenitor mass constraints for the type Ib intermediate-luminosity SN 2015ap and the highly extinguished SN 2016bau
    First Author: Aryan, Amar
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 2, pp.2530-2547
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.2530A
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1132. Coherence scale of magnetic fields generated in early-time forward shocks of GRBs
    First Author: Jordana-Mitjans, N.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 2, pp.2662-2674
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.2662J
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1133. Nova LMC 2009a as observed with XMM-Newton, compared with other novae
    First Author: Orio, Marina
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.3113-3134
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.3113O
    Citations: 5
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1134. The Evolution of Rapid Optical/X-ray Timing Correlations in the Initial Hard State of MAXI J1820+070
    First Author: Paice, J. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.3452-3469
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.3452P
    Citations: 13
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1135. GRB 140102A: Insight into Prompt Spectral Evolution and Early Optical Afterglow Emission
    First Author: Gupta, Rahul
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.4086-4105
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.4086G
    Citations: 15
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1136. Modelling of SN2013dx associated with the low-redshift GRB130702A points to diversity in GRB/SN properties
    First Author: Mazzali, P. A.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.4106-4119
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.4106M
    Citations: 8
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1137. The Impact of the CMB on the Evolution of high-z Blazars
    First Author: Ighina, L.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.4120-4128
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.4120I
    Citations: 7
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1138. RX J0123.4-7321 -- the story continues: major circumstellar disk loss and recovery
    First Author: Coe, M. J.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 3, pp.4417-4421
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.4417C
    Citations: 1
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1139. SN 2015bf: a fast declining type II supernova with flash-ionised signatures
    First Author: Lin, Han
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 4, pp.4890-4905
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.4890L
    Citations: 3
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1140. The GALAH Survey and Symbiotic Stars. I. Discovery and follow-up of 33 candidate accreting-only systems
    First Author: Munari, U.
    Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Volume 505, Issue 4, pp.6121-6154
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021MNRAS.505.6121M
    Citations: 16
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1141. Long-term multiband correlation study and spectral energy distribution modeling of blazar 3C 454.3
    First Author: Zhou, Bing
    Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, Volume 73, Issue 4, pp.850-863
    Publication Date: Aug 2021
    Bibliographic Code: 2021PASJ...73..850Z
    Citations: 2
    ObsIDs in HEASARC

  1142. Closure relations during the plateau emission of Swift GRBs and the fundamental plane
    First Author: Dainotti, Maria Giovanna
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