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A ‘super’ star cluster grown old: the most massive star cluster in the Local Group

J. Ma, R. De Grijs, Y. Yang, X. Zhou, J. Chen, Z. Jiang, Z. Wu and J. Wu.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

May 2006; published online April 2006.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 5754 words.

We independently redetermine the reddening and age of the globular cluster (GC) 037−B327 in M31 by comparing independently obtained multicolour photometry with theoretical stellar...

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A 0535+26: back in business

M. J. Coe, P. Reig, V. A. McBride, J. L. Galache and J. Fabregat.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

May 2006; published online March 2006.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 4777 words.

In 2005 May/June, after 10 yr of inactivity, the Be/X-ray binary system A 0535+26 underwent a major X-ray outburst. In this paper, data are presented from 10 yr of optical, infrared and...

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A 10 000 star spectroscopic survey of the thick disc–halo interface: phase-space sub-structure in the thick disc

Apoorva Jayaraman, Gerard Gilmore, Rosemary F. G. Wyse, John E. Norris and Vasily Belokurov.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

May 2013; published online March 2013.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 16162 words.

We analyse a 10 000 star spectroscopic survey, focused on Galactic thick disc stars typically 2–5 kpc from the Sun, carried out using the AAOmega Spectrograph on the Anglo-Australian...

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A 2 h periodic variation in the low-mass X-ray binary Ser X-1

R. Cornelisse, J. Casares, P. A. Charles and D. Steeghs.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

June 2013; published online April 2013.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 3972 words.

Spectroscopy of the low-mass X-ray binary Ser X-1 using the Gran Telescopio Canarias have revealed a ≃2 h periodic variability that is present in the three strongest emission lines. We...

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A 2 per cent distance to z = 0.35 by reconstructing baryon acoustic oscillations - III. Cosmological measurements and interpretation

Kushal T. Mehta, Antonio J. Cuesta, Xiaoying Xu, Daniel J. Eisenstein and Nikhil Padmanabhan.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

December 2012; published online December 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 8022 words.

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We use the 2 per cent distance measurement from our reconstructed baryon acoustic oscillations (BAOs) signature using the Sloan Digital Sky Survey...

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A 2 per cent distance to z = 0.35 by reconstructing baryon acoustic oscillations – I. Methods and application to the Sloan Digital Sky Survey

Nikhil Padmanabhan, Xiaoying Xu, Daniel J. Eisenstein, Richard Scalzo, Antonio J. Cuesta, Kushal T. Mehta and Eyal Kazin.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

December 2012; published online December 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 10352 words.

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We present the first application to density field reconstruction to a galaxy survey to undo the smoothing of the baryon acoustic oscillation (BAO)...

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A 2 per cent distance to z = 0.35 by reconstructing baryon acoustic oscillations – II. Fitting techniques

Xiaoying Xu, Nikhil Padmanabhan, Daniel J. Eisenstein, Kushal T. Mehta and Antonio J. Cuesta.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

December 2012; published online December 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 17606 words.

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We present results from fitting the baryon acoustic oscillation (BAO) signal in the correlation function obtained from the first application of...

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A 20 GHz bright sample for δ > +72° — I. Catalogue

S. Righini, E. Carretti, R. Ricci, A. Zanichelli, K.-H. Mack, M. Massardi, I. Prandoni, P. Procopio, R. Verma, M. López-Caniego, L. Gregorini and F. Mantovani.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

November 2012; published online November 2012.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 4900 words.

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During 2010–11, the Medicina 32-m dish hosted the seven-feed 18–26.5 GHz receiver built for the Sardinia Radio Telescope, with the goal to perform...

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A 20 GHz bright sample for δ > 72° – II. Multifrequency follow-up

R. Ricci, S. Righini, R. Verma, I. Prandoni, E. Carretti, K.-H. Mack, M. Massardi, P. Procopio, A. Zanichelli, L. Gregorini, F. Mantovani, M. P. Gawroński and M. W. Peel.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

November 2013; published online September 2013.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 6048 words.

We present follow-up observations at 5, 8 and 30 GHz of the K-band Northern Wide Survey (KNoWS) 20 GHz Bright Sample, performed with the 32-m Medicina radio telescope and the 32-m Toruń...

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A 22-yr southern sky survey for transient and variable radio sources using the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope

K. W. Bannister, T. Murphy, B. M. Gaensler, R. W. Hunstead and S. Chatterjee.

in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

March 2011; published online March 2011.

Journal Article. Subjects: astronomy and cosmology; astrophysics. 14926 words.

We describe a 22-yr survey for variable and transient radio sources, performed with archival images taken with the Molonglo Observatory Synthesis Telescope (MOST). This survey covers 2776...

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