Thursday, August 13, 2009

Interesting Astrophysics: 03-13 Aug, 2009

In addition to the usual crop of galaxy-related papers I tend to find most interesting there have been a rash of both interesting AGN and massive star stellar wind papers. Papers of particular note are Harris & Zaritsky (star formation history of the LMC), Behar (Seyfert galaxy outflows) and three papers by Parkin et. al., Pittard, and Owocki (all related to stellar wind theory).


Galaxies and Starbursts

The Star Formation History of the Large Magellanic Cloud
Jason Harris, Dennis Zaritsky, arXiv:0908.1422 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 20 pages, with color figures. Accepted for publication in AJ

Dust-Corrected Star Formation Rates of Galaxies. I. Combinations of H-alpha and Infrared Tracers
Robert C. Kennicutt, Jr., Cai-Na Hao, Daniela Calzetti, John Moustakas, Daniel A. Dale, George Bendo, Charles W. Engelbracht, Benjamin D. Johnson, Janice C. Lee, arXiv:0908.0203 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 75 pages, 22 figures, accepted for publication in The Astrophysical Journal

The properties of the stellar populations in ULIRGs I: sample, data and spectral synthesis modelling
J.Rodriguez-Zaurin, C.N.Tadhunter, R.M.Gonzalez-Delgado, arXiv:0908.0269 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: accepted for publication in MNRAS

Quantified Morphology of HI Disks in the Universe
B. W. Holwerda, W. J. G. de Blok, A. Bouchard, S-L. Blyth, K. van der Heyden, N. Prizkal, arXiv:0908.0693 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 6 pages, 3 figures, proceeding of the conference "Panoramic Radio Astronomy: Wide-field 1-2 GHz research on galaxy evolution", June 02 - 05 2009, Groningen


Black Holes and AGN

The OPTX Project III: X-ray versus Optical Spectral Type for AGNs
L. Trouille, A. J. Barger, L. L. Cowie, Y. Yang, R. F. Mushotzky, arXiv:0908.0002 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: Accepted for publication in The Astrophysical Journal. 11 pages, 8 figures, 4 tables

Constraining the Spin of the Black Hole in Fairall 9 with Suzaku
S. Schmoll, J. M. Miller, M. Volonteri, E. Cackett, C. S. Reynolds, A. C. Fabian, L. W. Brenneman, G. Miniutti, L. C. Gallo, arXiv:0908.0013 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: Accepted for publication in ApJ

Isotropic Mid-Infrared Emission from the Central 100 pc of Active Galaxies
N. A. Levenson, J. T. Radomski, C. Packham, R. E. Mason, J. J. Schaefer, C. M. Telesco, arXiv:0908.0036 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 10 pages, 5 figures; accepted for publication in ApJ

AGN/starburst connection in action: the half million second RGS spectrum of NGC1365
M.Guainazzi, G.Risaliti, A.Nucita, Junfeng Wang, S.Bianchi, R.Soria, A.Zezas, arXiv:0908.0268 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: Accepted for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics, 13 pages, 10 figures

Density Profiles in Seyfert Outflows
Ehud Behar, arXiv:0908.0539 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: submitted to ApJ

A 100-kpc inverse Compton X-ray halo around 4C60.07 at z=3.79
Ian Smail, B.D. Lehmer, R.J. Ivison, D.M. Alexander, R.G. Bower, J.A. Stevens, J.E. Geach, C.A. Scharf, K.E.K. Coppin, W.J.M. van Breugel, arXiv:0908.0819 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: ApJL, in press


Stars, Supernovae and Planets

The interactions of winds from massive young stellar objects: X-ray emission, dynamics, and cavity evolution
E. R. Parkin, J. M. Pittard, M. G. Hoare, N. J. Wright, J. J. Drake, arXiv:0908.0468 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 19 pages, 14 figures, accepted for publication in MNRAS

3D models of radiatively driven colliding winds in massive O+O star binaries - II. Thermal radio to sub-mm emission
J. M. Pittard, arXiv:0908.1003 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 25 pages, 21 figures, accepted for publication in MNRAS

Radiation Hydrodynamics of Line-Driven Winds
Stan Owocki, arXiv:0908.1565 [ps, pdf, other]
Comments: 14 pages. to appear in "Recent Directions in Astrophysical Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiation Hydrodynamics"

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