Astronomy Research Topics

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: Astronomy

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Game-based learning to engage students with physics and astronomy using a board game
  2. Chilean astronomy and climate change
  3. Bayesian parameter estimation using conditional variational autoencoders for gravitational-wave astronomy
  4. Graviton Mass in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy
  5. Land- and Skyscapes of the Camino de Santiago: An Astronomy and World Heritage Sustainable Approach
  6. Egypt and Babylon in Eighteenth-Century European Histories of Astronomy
  7.  Stars and Numbers: Astronomy and Mathematics in the Medieval Arab and Western Worlds
  8. Plasmas, particles and photons—spotlights on multimessenger astronomy
  9. Processing Analytical Queries over Polystore System for a Large Astronomy Data Repository
  10.  Gravitational waves: A review on the future astronomy
  11.  Islamic astronomy and geography
  12.  A key to the treasure chest of time-domain astronomy
  13. Basics of Fourier Analysis for High-Energy Astronomy
  14. Again with feeling: modes of visual representation of popular astronomy in the mid-nineteenth century
  15. The Influence of Assyriology on the Study of Chinese Astronomy in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
  16. Time-domain deep learning filtering of structured atmospheric noise for ground-based millimeter astronomy
  17.  COMMISSION C3 HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY
  18. Real astronomy data for anyone: Explore NASA’s IRSA
  19. Hybrid magnetized stars in the context of multi-messenger astronomy
  20. Neutrino Astronomy with IMB, Kamiokande and Super Kamiokande
  21. Using mutual information to measure time lags from nonlinear processes in astronomy
  22. Caṅka ilakkiyattil vāṉiyal [Astronomy in Sangam literature]
  23. InGaAs focal plane array for transient astronomy in the NIR
  24.  Introduction to Astronomy and Astrophysics
  25. Determining Research Priorities for Astronomy Using Machine Learning
  26. Physical Review D expands coverage of astrophysics and astronomy
  27.  Citation Trend of Indian Physics and Astronomy Research during 2005-2020 through the Lens of Some New Indicators.
  28. Gamma-ray astronomy with the imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes in India
  29. Stratospheric Balloons as a Complement to the Next Generation of Astronomy Missions
  30. Responsible Metrics for Astronomy: Comparing ADS to Other Citation Databases
  31. Astronomy at the University of Salamanca at the end of the 15th century. What” El Cielo de Salamanca” tells us
  32. FAIR high level data for Cherenkov astronomy
  33.  Captured by Curiosity: the historical development of astronomy in South Africa, from the pre-colonial past to c. 1970.
  34.  Emergence of a New Era in the History of Indian Mathematics Historiography of the Kerala School of Astronomy and Mathematics, 1820–2021: Some …
  35. Analysis of college students misconceptions in astronomy using four-tier test
  36. Axion-photon multimessenger astronomy with giant flares
  37.  What Were Galileo’s Contributions to Astronomy?
  38.  Current Research: The Potential Horizon Astronomy at Caddo Mounds
  39.  Calculating Brilliance: An Intellectual History of Mayan Astronomy at Chich’en Itza
  40. Domestic Astronomy in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
  41. Going “All Quantitative” While Teaching About Light and Stars in Introductory Astronomy
  42. Astronomy and Space-Themed Mobile Games: Tools to Support Science Education or Learning Barriers Due to the Misconceptions They Generate?
  43. Architecture and astronomy: connection since inception of time
  44. A GPU based single-pulse search pipeline (GSP) with database and its application to the Commensal Radio Astronomy FAST Survey (CRAFTS)
  45. Prospects for Multi-messenger Astronomy in the Era of 3G GW Detectors
  46. Shakespeare’s Knowledge of Astronomy and the Birth of Modern Cosmology
  47. Development & implementation of the integrated photonic spectrograph for astronomy
  48.  Mystery Astronomy Observations
  49. Webb telescope embarks on new era in astronomy
  50.  Changes in Access to Resources during the COVID-19 Pandemic for Faculty Members in Physics and Astronomy. Focus On.
  51. Argelander-Institute for Astronomy-Bonn University [email protected] uni-bonn. de
  52. A hard X-ray complement to Athena: The prospect of hard X-ray astronomy in the 2030s and the FORCE mission
  53. Astronomy, Education and the Herschel Family: From Caroline to Constance
  54. Moon Burst Energetics All-sky Monitor: A Beyond Earth-orbit Gamma-ray Burst Detector for Multi-Messenger Astronomy
  55.  The Standard Candles of Astronomy, or How We Attempt to Measure Distance in Space
  56.  When Is an Interview an Inter View? The Historical and Recent Development of Methodologies Used to Investigate Children’s Astronomy Knowledge
  57. Mixed Signals: Communication with the Alien in Cold War Radio Astronomy
  58.  Do Leonardo Da Vinci’s Drawings, Room Acoustics And Radio Astronomy Have Anything In Common?
  59. AIP TEAM-UP: A National Initiative to Increase African Americans in Physics & Astronomy
  60.  The Trigonometric Functions Through Their Origins: Babylonian Astronomy and Sexagesimal Numeration
  61. X-Ray Astronomy with Copernicus
  62. … of Science and Technology, Nihon University, Tokyo 101-8308, Japan 1) Department of Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy, Queen’s University, Kingston …
  63. Vestigial Sideband OFDM for Adjacent Channel Coexistence of Wireless Networks with Radio Astronomy
  64.  RELATIVE NAVIGATION AND POINTING ERROR BUDGET FOR AN X-RAY ASTRONOMY FORMATION-FLYING MISSION
  65. CONCEPTS OF SUN AND EARTH IN THE ANCIENT WORLD-(T.) Bilić The Land of the Solstices. Myth, Geography and Astronomy in Ancient Greece.*(BAR …
  66.  1Department of Astronomy, FMIPA, Institut Teknologi Bandung 2Space Research Center, Research Organization for Aeronautics and Space, BRIN
  67.  Hyron Spinrad Astronomy Department, University of California at Berkeley, CA 94720 Electronic Mail: [email protected] astro. berkeley. edu Arjun Dey NOAO/KPNO2 …
  68. Regional map of molecular water at high southern latitudes on the Moon using 6 µm data from the Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy
  69. … της αστρονομίας σε μικρά παιδιά: μια αρχική προσέγγιση του προγράμματος ABATAC (A Blended training Approach to Teaching Astronomy to young Children)
  70. Templated Growth and Passivation of Vertically Oriented Antimony Selenide Thin Films for High‐Efficiency Solar Cells in Substrate Configuration
  71.  Capabilities of ARIANNA: Neutrino Pointing Resolution and Implications for Future Ultra-high Energy Neutrino Astronomy
  72.  … Neo-Babylonian empire. In Classical sources, the Chaldeans are often depicted as being renowned for their skills in astrology and astronomy; indeed, the term …
  73.  Women astronomers in Afghanistan need the world’s support
  74. Dwight Nicholson Medal for Outreach (2021): The Lamat Institute: Re-Imagining Leadership and Mentorship in Astronomy
  75. SKAO H i intensity mapping: blind foreground subtraction challenge
  76. Anglo-Sikh Wars, 49 antiquarianism, 241 anxiety (colonial). See insecurity (colonial) Arabia, 179 Arctic, 129, 214, 238, see also polar regions
  77. Measurement of the Bs0→ μ+ μ-decay properties and search for the B0→ μ+ μ-and Bs0→ μ+ μ-γ decays
  78. The conformal cosmological potential
  79. Star-forming S0 galaxies in the SDSS-IV MaNGA survey
  80.  Looking at Astronomy and Mathematics through Bibliometrics: The History of Sui Bibliographical Treatise (656 CE)
  81. High-precision search for dark photon dark matter with the Parkes Pulsar Timing Array
  82. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to data calibration
  83.  Selective Dynamical Imaging of Interferometric Data
  84.  USE OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN TEACHING ASTRONOMY TO STUDENTS WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTS
  85.  ‘One Million Galaxies’ to make astronomy accessible
  86.  GOLDRUSH. IV. Luminosity Functions and Clustering Revealed with∼ 4,000,000 Galaxies at z∼ 2–7: Galaxy–AGN Transition, Star Formation Efficiency, and …
  87.  IN ASTRONOMY, THE SUN IS THE CLOSEST STAR. SEND GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUN FROM THE” STARRY SKY” METHOD WHEN …
  88. ESO 137-002: a large spiral undergoing edge-on ram-pressure stripping with little star formation in the tail
  89.  The Froehlich/Kent Encyclopedia of Telecommunications: Volume 15-Radio Astronomy to Submarine Cable Systems
  90.  Improved Characterization of the Astrophysical Muon–neutrino Flux with 9.5 Years of IceCube Data
  91. ExoMol line lists – XLIV. Infrared and ultraviolet line list for silicon monoxide (28Si16O)
  92. Astrometric excess noise in Gaia EDR3 and the search for X-ray binaries
  93. Precise determination of the Bs0–B¯ s0 oscillation frequency
  94. Ultra‐Stable and Robust Response to X‐Rays in 2D Layered Perovskite Micro‐Crystalline Films Directly Deposited on Flexible Substrate
  95. Constraining the evolution of cataclysmic variables via the masses and accretion rates of their underlying white dwarfs
  96. A data‐driven T2 relaxation analysis approach for myelin water imaging: Spectrum analysis for multiple exponentials via experimental condition oriented simulation …
  97.  Millimeter Light Curves of Sagittarius A* Observed during the 2017 Event Horizon Telescope Campaign
  98. From large-scale environment to CGM angular momentum to star forming activities–II. Quenched galaxies
  99.  (avec Laure Miolo),«Alfonsine Astronomy and Astrology in Fourteenth Century Oxford: the case of MS Bodleian Library, Digby 176», dans Analysing the …
  100. The Time Domain Spectroscopic Survey: Changing-Look Quasar Candidates from Multi-Epoch Spectroscopy in SDSS-IV
  101. The Combined Effects of Two-body Relaxation Processes and the Eccentric Kozai–Lidov Mechanism on the Extreme-mass-ratio Inspirals Rate
  102.  A Universal Power-law Prescription for Variability from Synthetic Images of Black Hole Accretion Flows
  103.  Characterizing and Mitigating Intraday Variability: Reconstructing Source Structure in Accreting Black Holes with mm-VLBI
  104.  2004 REU at the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center in Arecibo, Puerto Rico
  105. The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk And Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Orion Protostars. V. A Characterization of Protostellar Multiplicity
  106.  ANALOG-1 ISS–The first part of an analogue mission to guide ESA’s robotic moon exploration efforts
  107. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to data calibration
  108. The Jodrell bank glitch catalogue: 106 new rotational glitches in 70 pulsars
  109. Search for relativistic magnetic monopoles with eight years of IceCube data
  110. The completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: cosmological implications from multitracer BAO analysis with galaxies and voids
  111. Single Pulse Manipulations in Synthetic Time‐Frequency Space
  112. Measurement and QCD analysis of double-differential inclusive jet cross sections in proton-proton collisions at√ s= 13 TeV
  113. The large-scale environment of thermonuclear and core-collapse supernovae
  114.  Evidence from Disrupted Halo Dwarfs that r-process Enrichment via Neutron Star Mergers is Delayed by≳ 500 Myr
  115. Exploring the deep atmospheres of HD 209458b and WASP-43b using a non-gray general circulation model
  116.  David Aitken (1926-2021) A gifted physicist and pioneer of infrared astronomy, who loved the mountains, remembered by Patrick Roche. Obituary
  117.  … SP. 1A: HIGH SENSITIVITY PHASED ARRAY RECEIVERS FOR LOCATION SERVICES, 5G, RADIO ASTRONOMY, AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
  118.  Astronomy & Astrophysics
  119. Found: a rapidly spinning white dwarf in LAMOST J024048. 51+ 195226.9
  120. Dark Energy Survey Year 3 results: Cosmology from cosmic shear and robustness to modeling uncertainty
  121. Chemical and stellar properties of star-forming dwarf galaxies
  122.  Advancing Cultural Astronomy: Studies in Honour of Clive Ruggles
  123.  Exploring the History of Southeast Asian Astronomy
  124.  To the Editors of’The Observatory’Can Satellite Mega-Constellations Justify Their Impact on Astronomy?
  125. The Spectroscopic Binaries from the LAMOST Medium-resolution Survey. I. Searching for Double-lined Spectroscopic Binaries with a Convolutional Neural Network
  126. BASS XXX: Distribution Functions of DR2 Eddington-ratios, Black Hole Masses, and X-ray Luminosities
  127. Now you see me
  128. Extreme rainfall and its impacts in the Brazilian Minas Gerais state in January 2020: Can we blame climate change?
  129. Tuning the Volume Phase Transition Temperature of Microgels by Light
  130. Michael Hoskin
  131. Strong Rashba‐Dresselhaus Effect in Nonchiral 2D Ruddlesden‐Popper Perovskites
  132. Dark energy survey year 3 results: cosmological constraints from galaxy clustering and weak lensing
  133.  Impact of non-thermal particles on the spectral and structural properties of M87
  134.  Webb telescope blasts off successfully—launching a new era in astronomy
  135. Rotation and deformation of strangeon stars in the Lennard-Jones model
  136.  Variability and Spectral Characteristics of Three Flaring Gamma-Ray Quasars Observed by VERITAS and Fermi-LAT
  137. Out of sight, out of mind
  138. The return of the spin period in DW Cnc and evidence of new high state outbursts
  139. ALMA Survey of Orion Planck Galactic Cold Clumps (ALMASOP): Detection of a Dense SiO Jet in the Evolved Protostellar Phase
  140. Simons Observatory: Constraining inflationary gravitational waves with multitracer -mode delensing
  141.  TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME). VI. An 11 Myr Giant Planet Transiting a Very-low-mass Star in Lower Centaurus Crux
  142. Discovery of a luminous starburst galaxy with hundreds of thousands of Wolf–Rayet stars
  143. The Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS)-Locating the [O III] wing component in luminous local Type 1 AGN
  144. The formation and early evolution of embedded star clusters in spiral galaxies
  145. Stellar response after stripping as a model for common-envelope outcomes
  146. From large-scale environment to CGM angular momentum to star-forming activities–I. Star-forming galaxies
  147. Molecular Clouds Associated with H ii Regions and Candidates within l= 106.° 65 to 109.° 50 and b=− 1.° 85 to 0.° 95
  148. The COMBS Survey–III. The chemodynamical origins of metal-poor bulge stars
  149. Localizing FRBs through VLBI with the Algonquin Radio Observatory 10 m Telescope
  150. The GALAH Survey: improving our understanding of confirmed and candidate planetary systems with large stellar surveys
  151. Finch–Skea gravastar model in f (R, T) theory
  152. The extreme properties of the nearby hyper-Eddington accreting Active Galactic Nucleus in IRAS 04416+ 1215
  153.  TOI-2257 b: A highly eccentric long-period sub-Neptune transiting a nearby M dwarf
  154. Gas dynamics in dwarf galaxies as testbeds for dark matter and galaxy evolution
  155. Measurement of the W boson mass
  156.  The Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS)-No obvious signature of AGN feedback on star formation, but subtle trends
  157. Unconventional Resistive Switching Behavior in Fibroin‐Based Memristor
  158. Pulse Peak Migration during the Outburst Decay of the Magnetar SGR 1830-0645: Crustal Motion and Magnetospheric Untwisting
  159.  Repeated Mergers, Mass-gap Black Holes, and Formation of Intermediate-mass Black Holes in Dense Massive Star Clusters
  160. LeMMINGs–IV. The X-ray properties of a statistically complete sample of the nuclei in active and inactive galaxies from the Palomar sample
  161. Burst properties of the highly active FRB20201124A using uGMRT
  162. Radio and X-ray observations of giant pulses from XTE J1810− 197
  163. Quintessence model of Tsallis holographic dark energy
  164. Eclipse timing variation analysis of OGLE-IV eclipsing binaries towards the Galactic Bulge – II. Short periodic triple stellar systems
  165. A revised lower estimate of ozone columns during Earth’s oxygenated history
  166. A Chandra Virgo cluster survey of spiral galaxies. I. Introduction to the survey and a new ULX sample
  167. New Physics Searches at Kaon and Hyperon Factories
  168.  PULSAR ASTRONOMY.
  169.  Radio Astronomy: Basics, Technology, and Observation Capabilities of Small Radio Telescopes
  170.  ORCHID ASTRONOMY.
  171.  Probing inner and outer disk misalignments in transition disks-Constraints from VLTI/GRAVITY and ALMA observations
  172. Erratum: Unveiling the nature of candidate high-mass young stellar objects in the Magellanic Clouds with near-IR spectroscopy
  173. SDSS-IV MaStar: theoretical atmospheric parameters for the MaNGA stellar library
  174.  HERA Phase I Limits on the Cosmic 21 cm Signal: Constraints on Astrophysics and Cosmology during the Epoch of Reionization
  175. Looking for water in arid worlds
  176. H i constraints from the cross-correlation of eBOSS galaxies and Green Bank Telescope intensity maps
  177. The z–DM distribution of fast radio bursts
  178. The Magellanic Edges Survey–II. Formation of the LMC’s northern arm
  179. A Chinese solar observatory in space
  180. Pre-supernova feedback mechanisms drive the destruction of molecular clouds in nearby star-forming disc galaxies
  181. Carnegie Supernova Project: kinky i-band light curves of Type Ia supernovae
  182. The spatial evolution of young massive clusters: III. Effect of the Gaia filter on 2D spatial distribution studies
  183.  Fast, Slow, Early, Late: Quenching Massive Galaxies at z∼ 0.8
  184. The GALAH Survey: chemical tagging and chrono-chemodynamics of accreted halo stars with GALAH+ DR3 and Gaia eDR3
  185. The fast radio burst population evolves, consistent with the star formation rate
  186.  CMB-S4: Forecasting constraints on primordial gravitational waves
  187. The Physics of Light Relics
  188. A simple numerical experiment on the dust temperature bias for Lyman break galaxies at z ≳ 5
  189. A Constraint on Primordial B-modes from the First Flight of the Spider Balloon-borne Telescope
  190. Constraining Brans–Dicke Cosmology with the CSST Galaxy Clustering Spectroscopic Survey
  191. Do AGN triggering mechanisms vary with radio power?–II. The importance of mergers as a function of radio power and optical luminosity
  192. Laike Asfaw
  193. Shaping Mercury
  194. Lava, actually
  195. The role of thermal and non-thermal processes in the ISM of the Magellanic Clouds
  196. Common envelopes in massive stars: Towards the role of radiation pressure and recombination energy in ejecting red supergiant envelopes
  197. Unconstrained SARA for wide-field imaging in Radio interferometry validated on ASKAP data
  198.  Metallicity Distribution Function of the Eridanus II Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy from Hubble Space Telescope Narrowband Imaging
  199. Infrared-radio relation in the local Universe
  200. Shaping Droplets: Colloids and Instabilities
  201. The MeerKAT Galaxy Cluster Legacy Survey: I. Survey Overview and Highlights
  202. Families and clusters of diffuse interstellar bands: a data-driven correlation analysis
  203.  COMPAS: A rapid binary population synthesis suite
  204. Optical line spectra of tidal disruption events from reprocessing in optically thick outflows
  205. The recent LMC-SMC collision: Timing and impact parameter constraints from comparison of Gaia LMC disk kinematics and N-body simulations
  206. Study of the nnΛ State and Λ n Interaction at Jefferson Lab
  207. Searching for new physics with a levitated-sensor-based gravitational-wave detector
  208. RASTI marks a new dawn for research publishing
  209. The Gas-Star Formation Cycle in Nearby Star-forming Galaxies II. Resolved Distributions of CO and H Emission for 49 PHANGS Galaxies
  210.  Study of 72 Pulsars Discovered in the PALFA Survey: Timing Analysis, Glitch Activity, Emission Variability, and a Pulsar in an Eccentric Binary
  211. Snowmass2021 Cosmic Frontier White Paper: Calibrations and backgrounds for dark matter direct detection
  212. Space Charge Pulsed Electro Acoustic Method, Calibration for Flat Samples and Crosstalk Reduction for HVDC Cable Measurements
  213. Hierarchical generative models for star clusters from hydrodynamical simulations
  214.  Black hole virial masses from single-epoch photometry-The miniJPAS test case
  215. Substantial minority out of line
  216. Using our newest VLT-KMOS HII galaxies and other cosmic tracers to test the Lambda cold dark matter tension
  217. Pre-Service Physics Teacher Conceptions and Visual Literacy to Observe Sky Maps throught Heaven View Media
  218. Pleiades lost
  219. The removal method and generation mechanism of spikes in Insight-HXMT/HE telescope
  220. Single‐Component White‐Light Emitters with Excellent Color Rendering Indexes and High Photoluminescence Quantum Efficiencies
  221. Ram pressure candidates in UNIONS
  222. The weak dependence of velocity dispersion on disc fractions, mass-to-light ratio, and redshift: implications for galaxy and black hole evolution
  223. Strong constraints on neutrino nonstandard interactions from TeV-scale disappearance at IceCube
  224.  On the Stellar Populations of Galaxies at z= 9–11: The Growth of Metals and Stellar Mass at Early Times
  225. David Aitken
  226. CAPOS: The bulge Cluster APOgee Survey: III. Spectroscopic tomography of Tonantzintla 2
  227.  A 20 Second Cadence View of Solar-type Stars and Their Planets with TESS: Asteroseismology of Solar Analogs and a Recharacterization of π Men c
  228.  And now we are five
  229. New constraints on light axion-like particles using Chandra transmission grating spectroscopy of the powerful cluster-hosted quasar H1821+643
  230. Spitzer mid-infrared detections of neutron star merger GW170817 suggests synthesis of the heaviest elements
  231. xGASS: characterizing the slope and scatter of the stellar mass–angular momentum relation for nearby galaxies
  232. Dust Emission in Galaxies at Millimeter Wavelengths: Cooling of star forming regions in NGC6946
  233.  Accreting protoplanets: Spectral signatures and magnitude of gas and dust extinction at H α
  234. Sara Motaghian
  235.  Accretion and outflows in young stars with CUBES
  236.  A compact instrument for gamma-ray burst detection on a CubeSat platform II
  237. A literature review within astrophysics: On the systematic evidence for late-type stellar magnetism
  238. ALMA Observations of Molecular Complexity in the Large Magellanic Cloud: The N105 Star-Forming Region
  239. Author Correction: A bimodal burst energy distribution of a repeating fast radio burst source
  240.  Versatile Association Behavior in Mixtures of Oppositely Charged Amphiphiles: From DNA-Like Assembly of Supramolecular Helices to Coacervation in Chiral …
  241.  Erratum “Milky Way Tomography with the SkyMapper Southern Survey. II. Photometric Recalibration of SMSS DR2”(2021, ApJ, 907, 68)
  242. A Very Metal-poor RR Lyrae Star with a Disk Orbit Found in the Solar Neighborhood
  243. Systematic KMTNet Planetary Anomaly Search. II. Six New q< 2× 10− 4 Mass-ratio Planets
  244. An imaging polarimetry survey of Type Ia supernovae: are peculiar extinction and polarization properties produced by circumstellar or interstellar matter?
  245. PHANGS-HST: new methods for star cluster identification in nearby galaxies
  246. Forming short-period substellar companions in 47 Tucanae–I. Dynamical model and brown dwarf tidal capture rates
  247.  An Early-time Optical and Ultraviolet Excess in the Type-Ic SN 2020oi
  248. Preliminary analysis on the noise characteristics of MWISP data
  249. A NICER look at thermonuclear X-ray bursts from Aql X-1
  250. Implications of H2/CO2 disequilibrium for life on Enceladus
  251. Synthetic photometry of OB star clusters with stochastically sampled IMFs: analysis of models and HST observations
  252. Data-driven expectations for electromagnetic counterpart searches based on LIGO/Virgo public alerts
  253. A Parameter Space Exploration of High Resolution Numerically Evolved Early Type Galaxies Including AGN Feedback and Accurate Dynamical Treatment of Stellar …
  254. GPU-enabled searches for periodic signals of unknown shape
  255. GJ 3236: An active red-dwarf eclipsing binary system
  256. Recovering SWI‐filtered phase data using deep learning
  257. Early-type galaxies with recent star formation have low metallicities–evidence for star formation triggered by external processes?
  258. Mid-infrared Outbursts in Nearby Galaxies (MIRONG). II. Optical Spectroscopic Follow-up
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