Research Topics Astrophysics and Planetary Science

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: Astrophysics and Planetary Science

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Reckoning with Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Within NASA’s Planetary Science Division Assessment/Analysis Groups and Planetary Science …
  2.  Accelerating the science, technology, and workforce base for inertial fusion energy with a proposed high repetition rate facility
  3.  First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. V. Testing Astrophysical Models of the Galactic Center Black Hole
  4.  And now we are five
  5.  Origins, Worlds, and Life: A Decadal Strategy for Planetary Science and Astrobiology 2023-2032
  6.  Comparative electron irradiations of amorphous and crystalline astrophysical ice analogues
  7. Dynamical tidal Love numbers of rapidly rotating planets and stars
  8.  The People Equation in Planetary Science Missions
  9. A Possible Alignment Between the Orbits of Planetary Systems and their Visual Binary Companions
  10. An Open-source Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Code. II. The Transit Radiative Transfer Module and Retrieval of HAT-P-11b
  11. Final Report for SAG 21: The Effect of Stellar Contamination on Space-based Transmission Spectroscopy
  12. Extreme-ultraviolet Stellar Characterization for Atmospheric Physics and Evolution mission: motivation and overview
  13.  Millimeter Light Curves of Sagittarius A* Observed during the 2017 Event Horizon Telescope Campaign
  14. Mid-IR and VUV spectroscopic characterisation of thermally processed and electron irradiated CO2 astrophysical ice analogues
  15.  Characterizing and Mitigating Intraday Variability: Reconstructing Source Structure in Accreting Black Holes with mm-VLBI
  16.  A Universal Power-law Prescription for Variability from Synthetic Images of Black Hole Accretion Flows
  17. Detectability of Chlorofluorocarbons in the Atmospheres of Habitable M-dwarf Planets
  18. The metal–silicate partitioning of carbon during Earth’s accretion and its distribution in the early solar system
  19. EarthShine: Observing our world as an exoplanet from the surface of the Moon
  20. An Open-source Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Code. III. Initialization, Atmospheric Profile Generator, Post-processing Routines
  21.  First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. IV. Variability, Morphology, and Black Hole Mass
  22.  First Sagittarius A* Event Horizon Telescope Results. III. Imaging of the Galactic Center Supermassive Black Hole
  23. Discovery of the Closest Saturnian Irregular Moon, S/2019 S 1, and Implications for the Direct/Retrograde Satellite Ratio
  24. Impact plume‐formed and protoplanetary disk high‐temperature components in CB and CH metal‐rich carbonaceous chondrites
  25. Formation of fused aggregates under long‐term microgravity conditions aboard the ISS with implications for early solar system particle aggregation
  26. Solar Wind Ion Sputtering of Sodium from Silicates Using Molecular Dynamics Calculations of Surface Binding Energies
  27. An Open-source Bayesian Atmospheric Radiative Transfer (BART) Code. I. Design, Tests, and Application to Exoplanet HD 189733b
  28. A Near-surface Temperature Model of Arrokoth
  29. Understanding planetary context to enable life detection on exoplanets and test the Copernican principle
  30. LRO-LAMP Observations of the Preperihelion Coma of Comet C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring)
  31. Prolonged early migration of dust from the inner Solar System to the comet-forming region
  32. Mars 2020 Science and Engineering Teams
  33. Optical Constants of a Titan Haze Analog from 0.4 to 3.5 μm Determined Using Vacuum Spectroscopy
  34. Repeating Gas Ejection Events from Comet 45P/Honda–Mrkos–Pajdušáková
  35.  Selective Dynamical Imaging of Interferometric Data
  36. HATS-74Ab, HATS-75b, HATS-76b, and HATS-77b: four transiting giant planets around K and M dwarfs
  37. QnAs with Renu Malhotra
  38. The origin of the high metallicity of close-in giant exoplanets-II. The nature of the sweet spot for accretion
  39. Fayalite formation through hydrothermal experiments: Insights into early fluid‐assisted aqueous alteration processes on asteroids
  40. Visualization and identification of single meteoritic organic molecules by atomic force microscopy
  41. 3D Radiative Transfer for Exoplanet Atmospheres. gCMCRT: A GPU-accelerated MCRT Code
  42. Improving Planet Detection with Disk Modeling: Keck/NIRC2 Imaging of the HD 34282 Single-armed Protoplanetary Disk
  43. Analysis of the April 13, 2021 bolide off the coast of Florida and Grand Bahama Island
  44. The Aligned Orbit of WASP-148b, the Only Known Hot Jupiter with a nearby Warm Jupiter Companion, from NEID and HIRES
  45.  Study of 72 Pulsars Discovered in the PALFA Survey: Timing Analysis, Glitch Activity, Emission Variability, and a Pulsar in an Eccentric Binary
  46. The Ice Coverage of Earth-like Planets Orbiting FGK Stars
  47. A New Perspective on the Interiors of Ice-rich Planets: Ice–Rock Mixture Instead of Ice on Top of Rock
  48. Modeling Meteoroid Impacts on the Juno Spacecraft
  49. Constraints on planetary and asteroid-mass primordial black holes from continuous gravitational-wave searches
  50. Flatfield Calibrations with Astrophysical Sources for the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope’s Coronagraph Instrument
  51.  TOI-2257 b: A highly eccentric long-period sub-Neptune transiting a nearby M dwarf
  52. Developing compelling and science-focused mission concepts for NASA competed mission proposals
  53. A Cross-laboratory Comparison Study of Titan Haze Analogs: Surface Energy
  54. ExoVista: A Suite of Planetary System Models for Exoplanet Studies
  55. Anomalous Flux in the Cosmic Optical Background Detected with New Horizons Observations
  56.  The Seventeenth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Surveys: Complete Release of MaNGA, MaStar, and APOGEE-2 Data
  57. Blaubeuren, Cloppenburg, and Machtenstein—Three recently recognized H‐group chondrite finds in Germany with distinct terrestrial ages and weathering effects
  58.  Modelling Astrophysical Turbulent Convection
  59. Coaccretion+ Giant-impact Origin of the Uranus System: Tilting Impact
  60. A New UV Spectral Feature on Europa: Confirmation of NaCl in Leading-hemisphere Chaos Terrain
  61.  Closing gaps to our origins
  62. Clumpy Accretion in Pre-main-sequence Stars as a Source of Perturbations in Circumstellar Disks
  63. Generation mechanism of the 26 s and 28 s tremors in the Gulf of Guinea from statistical analysis of magnitudes and event intervals
  64. Langmuir-Slow Extraordinary Mode Magnetic Signature Observations with Parker Solar Probe
  65.  NEID Rossiter–McLaughlin Measurement of TOI-1268b: A Young Warm Saturn Aligned with Its Cool Host Star
  66. CORALIE radial-velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES)-I. Sample definition and first results: Three new planets orbiting giant stars
  67.  A model Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of α Centauri A/B
  68. Cloudy and Cloud-free Thermal Phase Curves with PICASO: Applications to WASP-43b
  69. Enrichment of Jupiter’s atmosphere by late planetesimal bombardment
  70. Accurate Machine-learning Atmospheric Retrieval via a Neural-network Surrogate Model for Radiative Transfer
  71.  TESS Transit Timing of Hundreds of Hot Jupiters
  72. CORALIE radial velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES)-II. Seismic masses for three red giants orbited by long-period massive planets
  73.  Multifilter photometry of Solar System objects from the SkyMapper Southern Survey
  74. A CO2 Cycle on Ariel? Radiolytic Production and Migration to Low-latitude Cold Traps
  75. Regular radial velocity variations in nine G-and K-type giant stars: Eight planets and one planet candidate
  76. Characterization of carbon phases in Yamato 74123 ureilite to constrain the meteorite shock history
  77. Asteroid Measurements at Millimeter Wavelengths with the South Pole Telescope
  78. Schwarzschild and Ledoux are equivalent on evolutionary timescales
  79. Spectral Line Depth Variability in Radial Velocity Spectra
  80. Recent progress in matter in extreme states created by laser
  81. The Bow Shock and Kinematics of PSR J1959+ 2048
  82. X-Ray-induced Diffusion and Mixing in Layered Astrophysical Ices
  83.  Five Key Exoplanet Questions Answered via the Analysis of 25 Hot-Jupiter Atmospheres in Eclipse
  84. Origins of Hot Jupiters from the Stellar Obliquity Distribution
  85. CHES: a space-borne astrometric mission for the detection of habitable planets of the nearby solar-type stars
  86. Journal: Astronomy & Astrophysics, 2022, p. A101
  87. Observing planet-driven dust spirals with ALMA
  88.  A candidate short-period sub-Earth orbiting Proxima Centauri
  89. Surface Kinetic Temperatures and Nontronite Single Scattering Albedo Spectra from Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter CRISM Hyperspectral Imaging Data Over Glen …
  90.  The Global Dynamical Atlas of the Milky Way Mergers: Constraints from Gaia EDR3–based Orbits of Globular Clusters, Stellar Streams, and Satellite Galaxies
  91. Orbits and Occultation Opportunities of 15 TNOs Observed by New Horizons
  92. Anisotropic Infall and Substructure Formation in Embedded Disks
  93. Transit timing variations of AU Microscopii b and c
  94. Towards robust constraints on axion dark matter using PSR J1745-2900
  95. Signs of late infall and possible planet formation around DR Tau using VLT/SPHERE and LBTI/LMIRCam
  96. Experiments on the Electrostatic Transport of Charged Anorthite Particles under Electron Beam Irradiation
  97. The chaotic history of the retrograde multi-planet system in K2-290A driven by distant stars
  98. Estimations and scaling laws for stellar magnetic fields
  99. The nebular properties of star-forming galaxies at intermediate redshift from the Large Early Galaxy Astrophysics Census
  100. Prospects for water vapor detection in the atmospheres of temperate and arid rocky exoplanets around M-dwarf stars
  101.  The Variability of the Black Hole Image in M87 at the Dynamical Timescale
  102.  High-resolution Near-infrared Spectroscopy of a Flare around the Ultracool Dwarf vB 10
  103. Discovery of Nine Super Li-rich Unevolved Stars from the LAMOST Survey
  104. CORALIE radial-velocity search for companions around evolved stars (CASCADES)-III. A new Jupiter host-star: in-depth analysis of HD 29399 using TESS data
  105. Pluto near the edge of chaos
  106. The International Pulsar Timing Array second data release: Search for an isotropic gravitational wave background
  107. The Second Catalog of Interplanetary Network Localizations of Konus Short-duration Gamma-Ray Bursts
  108. Hints of spin-orbit resonances in the binary black hole population
  109. A rich population of free-floating planets in the Upper Scorpius young stellar association
  110. The TESS-Keck Survey. XI. Mass Measurements for Four Transiting sub-Neptunes orbiting K dwarf TOI-1246
  111. No Such Thing as a Simple Flare: Substructure and Quasi-periodic Pulsations Observed in a Statistical Sample of 20 s Cadence TESS Flares
  112. An Energy Balance Model for Rapidly and Synchronously Rotating Terrestrial Planets
  113. Exploring the Hubble Tension and Spatial Curvature from the Ages of Old Astrophysical Objects
  114. A Scaling for Atmospheric Heat Redistribution on Tidally Locked Rocky Planets
  115. Mapping the Planetary Wake in HD 163296 with Kinematics
  116. The TESS Faint-star Search: 1617 TOIs from the TESS Primary Mission
  117. Influence of Megaregolith on the thermal evolution of Mercury’s silicate shell
  118. Col-OSSOS: Probing Ice Line/Color Transitions within the Kuiper Belt’s Progenitor Populations
  119. Spatially Resolved Modeling of Optical Albedos for a Sample of Six Hot Jupiters
  120. Governance of Emerging Space Challenges
  121. Small Spacecraft Payload Study for X-ray Astrophysics including GRB Science
  122. No Significant Correlation between Line-emission and Continuum Substructures in the Molecules with ALMA at Planet-forming Scales Program
  123. Variability Timescales of Hα on Active Mid-to-late M dwarfs
  124. Asteroids and life: How special is the solar system?
  125.  TESS Eclipsing Binary Stars. I. Short-cadence Observations of 4584 Eclipsing Binaries in Sectors 1–26
  126. Zodiacal exoplanets in time–XIII. Planet orbits and atmospheres in the V1298 Tau system, a keystone in studies of early planetary evolution
  127. Let the Great World Spin: Revealing the Stormy, Turbulent Nature of Young Giant Exoplanet Analogs with the Spitzer Space Telescope
  128.  Detection of the tidal deformation of WASP-103b at 3 σ with CHEOPS
  129. Erratum:“An Extended Halo-based Group/Cluster Finder: Application to the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys DR8”(2021, ApJ, 909, 143)
  130. ALMA Survey of Orion Planck Galactic Cold Clumps (ALMASOP): Detection of a Dense SiO Jet in the Evolved Protostellar Phase
  131. Flares, Rotation, and Planets of the AU Mic System from TESS Observations
  132. Only extraordinary volcanism can explain the presence of parts per billion phosphine on Venus
  133. Evidence for Plasma Heating at Thin Current Sheets in the Solar Wind
  134. Eclipse Timing the Milky Way’s Gravitational Potential
  135. TESS-Keck Survey. IX. Masses of Three Sub-Neptunes Orbiting HD 191939 and the Discovery of a Warm Jovian plus a Distant Substellar Companion
  137. Stellar wind confinement of evaporating exoplanet Atmospheres and its signatures in 1083 nm observations
  138. A New Planet Candidate Detected in a Dust Gap of the Disk around HD 163296 through Localized Kinematic Signatures: An Observational Validation of the discminer
  139. Effects of Self-gravity on Mass-loss of the Post-impact Super-Earths
  140. Moosinesq Convection in the Cores of Moosive Stars
  141. Evidence that the Hot Jupiter WASP-77 A b Formed Beyond Its Parent Protoplanetary Disk’s H2O Ice Line
  142. Stellar evolution and tidal dissipation in REBOUNDx
  143. Strong H2O and CO Emission Features in the Spectrum of KELT-20b Driven by Stellar UV Irradiation
  144. Cometary Activity beyond the Planets
  145. Stellar Companions to TESS Objects of Interest: A Test of Planet–Companion Alignment
  146. KMT-2018-BLG-1988Lb: Microlensing super-Earth orbiting a low-mass disk dwarf
  147. Cross-sections for heavy atmospheres: H2O self-broadening
  148. Masses, bulk densities, and macroporosities of asteroids (15) Eunomia,(29) Amphitrite,(52) Europa, and (445) Edna based on Gaia astrometry
  149. Microstructural and chemical investigations of presolar silicates from diverse stellar environments
  150. Astrophysics with the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna
  151.  ExoClock Project. II. A Large-scale Integrated Study with 180 Updated Exoplanet Ephemerides
  152. Investigating the detectability of hydrocarbons in exoplanet atmospheres with JWST
  153. Fluxgate Magnetometer Offset Vector Determination Using Current Sheets in the Solar Wind
  154. Possible Activity in 468861 (2013 LU28)
  155. Four-year Cosmology Large Angular Scale Surveyor (CLASS) observations: on-sky receiver performance at 40, 90, 150, and 220 GHz frequency bands
  156. The Refined Transit Ephemeris of TOI-2180 b
  157. V1298 Tau with TESS: Updated Ephemerides, Radii, and Period Constraints from a Second Transit of V1298 Tau e
  158. Limits on astrophysical antineutrinos with the KamLAND experiment
  159. Diverse space weathering effects on asteroid surfaces as inferred via laser irradiation of meteorites
  160. The Near-Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) on the James Webb Space Telescope-III. Integral-field spectroscopy
  161. Messenger Monte Carlo MAPPINGS V (M3)—A Self-consistent, Three-dimensional Photoionization Code
  162. A New Sedimentation Model for Greater Cloud Diversity in Giant Exoplanets and Brown Dwarfs
  163. A birth-death-migration model for life in astrophysical environments
  164. Overview of the LAMOST survey in the first decade
  165. Snowmass 2021 CMB-S4 White Paper
  166. Light Deflection under the Gravitational Field of Jupiter—Testing General Relativity
  167. Photoelectron Butterfly Pitch-angle Distributions in the Martian Ionosphere Based on MAVEN Observations
  168. Rotation Signature of TESS B-type Stars. A Comprehensive Analysis
  169. How Do Magnetic Field Models Affect Astrophysical Limits on Light Axion-like Particles? An X-Ray Case Study with NGC 1275
  170.  Why Are the Inner and Outer Planets so Different?
  171. The strange case of Na I in the atmosphere of HD 209458 b-Reconciling low-and high-resolution spectroscopic observations
  172. Eccentric Gap Induced by a Super-Jupiter-mass Planet
  173. Interstellar planetesimals: potential seeds for planet formation?
  174. The ionised and molecular mass of post-common-envelope planetary nebulae-The missing mass problem
  175.  The HD 137496 system: A dense, hot super-Mercury and a cold Jupiter
  176. Eccentric Dust-ring Formation in Kozai–Lidov Gas Disks
  177.  Steady-state accretion in magnetized protoplanetary disks
  178.  No umbrella needed: Confronting the hypothesis of iron rain on WASP-76b with post-processed general circulation models
  179.  Asteroid Impact Risk: Impact Hazard from Asteroids and Comets
  180. Panchromatic HST/WFC3 Imaging Studies of Young, Rapidly Evolving Planetary Nebulae. I. NGC 6302
  181.  Venus’ light slab hinders its development of planetary-scale subduction and habitability
  182. Astrophysical Distance Scale. IV. Preliminary Zero-point Calibration of the JAGB Method in the HST/WFC3-IR Broad J-band (F110W) Filter
  183. Simultaneous High Dynamic Range Algorithm, Testing, and Instrument Simulation
  184. ALMA chemical survey of disk-outflow sources in Taurus (ALMA-DOT)-VI. Accretion shocks in the disk of DG Tau and HL Tau
  185. Extreme energetic particle events by superflare-associated CMEs from solar-like stars
  186. H2-dominated Atmosphere as an Indicator of Second-generation Rocky White Dwarf Exoplanets
  187. Ab initio study of structural, elastic and thermodynamic properties of Fe3S at high pressure: Implications for planetary cores
  188. A Search for H-Dropout Lyman Break Galaxies at z∼ 12–16
  189. Intelligence as a planetary scale process
  190. Assessing planetary complexity and potential agnostic biosignatures using epsilon machines
  191. A Highly Variable Magnetized Environment in a Fast Radio Burst Source
  192.  CMB/kSZ and Compton-y Maps from 2500 deg2 of SPT-SZ and Planck Survey Data
  193. Hα and He I absorption in HAT-P-32 b observed with CARMENES-Detection of Roche lobe overflow and mass loss
  194. The Winchcombe Meteorite: one year on
  195. Relating the Solar Wind Turbulence Spectral Break at the Dissipation Range with an Upstream Spectral Bump at Planetary Bow Shocks
  196. Kepler Pixel Project: Background RR Lyrae Stars in the Primary Kepler Mission Field of View
  197. Centaur 2013 VZ70: Debris from Saturn’s irregular moon population?
  198. Formation age of the Rima Sharp sinuous rill on the Moon, source of the returned Chang’e-5 samples
  199. Building an Astrophysics/Astrochemistry Laboratory fromScratch
  200. The case and context for atmospheric methane as an exoplanet biosignature
  201. The 3D Dust and Opacity Distribution of Protoplanets in Multifluid Global Simulations
  202. Co-accretion+ Giant Impact Origin of the Uranus System: Post-impact Evolution
  203. Direct emission spectroscopy of exoplanets with the medium resolution imaging spectrometer on board JWST MIRI-I. Molecular mapping and sensitivity to …
  204.  Validation of 13 Hot and Potentially Terrestrial TESS Planets
  205. The Near-Infrared Spectrograph (NIRSpec) on the James Webb Space Telescope-IV. Capabilities and predicted performance for exoplanet characterization
  206. TOI-216: Resonant Constraints on Planet Migration
  207. Tracing Accretion onto Herbig Ae/Be Stars Using the Brγ Line
  208. Toward a multidimensional analysis of transmission spectroscopy
  209. Resolving Two Distinct Thermal X-Ray Components in a Compound Solar Flare
  210.  Survey of Surveys-I. The largest compilation of radial velocities for the Galaxy
  211. 21cmVAE: A Very Accurate Emulator of the 21 cm Global Signal
  212. The GALAH Survey: improving our understanding of confirmed and candidate planetary systems with large stellar surveys
  213. Efficient and Precise Transit Light Curves for Rapidly Rotating, Oblate Stars
  214.  A 38 Million Year Old Neptune-sized Planet in the Kepler Field
  215.  Collisionless Shocks in the Heliosphere: Foot Width Revisited
  216.  A Guide to Realistic Uncertainties on the Fundamental Properties of Solar-type Exoplanet Host Stars
  217. Probing the local interstellar medium with scintillometry of the bright pulsar B1133+ 16
  218. Luminosities and Masses of Single Galactic Post-asymptotic Giant Branch Stars with Distances from Gaia EDR3: The Revelation of an s-process Diversity
  219.  Mitigating stellar activity jitter with different line lists for least-squares deconvolution-Analysis of a parametric and a randomised line selection
  220. The propagation of strong shocks into planetary and stellar atmospheres with graded density profiles
  221. Snowmass2021 CMB-HD White Paper
  222.  The Effects of Stellar Population and Gas Covering Fraction on the Emergent Lyα Emission of High-redshift Galaxies
  223. The origin of volatile elements in the Earth–Moon system
  224. Hydrogenation of Accreting C Atoms and CO Molecules–Simulating Ketene and Acetaldehyde Formation Under Dark and Translucent Cloud Conditions
  225. Life beyond Earth: How will it first be detected?
  226. Atmospheric Dynamics of Temperate Sub-Neptunes. I. Dry Dynamics
  227.  Tidal evolution and diffusive growth during high-eccentricity planet migration: revisiting the eccentricity distribution of hot Jupiters
  228. Menura: a code for simulating the interaction between a turbulent solar wind and solar system bodies
  229. Angular momentum distributions for observed and modeled exoplanetary systems
  230.  From Pebbles and Planetesimals to Planets and Dust: The Protoplanetary Disk–Debris Disk Connection
  231.  The TESS-Keck Survey. VIII. Confirmation of a Transiting Giant Planet on an Eccentric 261 Day Orbit with the Automated Planet Finder Telescope
  232. A misfired outburst in the neutron star X-ray binary Centaurus X-4
  233. Spontaneous Generated Convective Anticyclones at Low Latitude—A Model for the Great Red Spot
  234.  Very Large Array Radio Study of a Sample of Nearby X-Ray and Optically Bright Early-type Galaxies
  235.  The 1.28 GHz MeerKAT Galactic Center Mosaic
  236.  The first widespread solar energetic particle event of solar cycle 25 on 2020 November 29-Shock wave properties and the wide distribution of solar energetic …
  237. Meridional Circulation of Dust and Gas in the Circumstellar Disk: Delivery of Solids onto the Circumplanetary Region
  238. Dispersion and focusing of cosmic rays in magnetospheres
  239.  Near-infrared transmission spectrum of TRAPPIST-1 h using Hubble WFC3 G141 observations
  240. Rotation acceleration of asteroids (10115) 1992 SK,(1685) Toro, and (1620) Geographos due to the YORP effect
  241. A Possible Gamma-Ray Enhancement Event in Tycho’s Supernova Remnant
  242. Contribution of Gaia Sausage to the Galactic Stellar Halo Revealed by K Giants and Blue Horizontal Branch Stars from the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber …
  243. Effect of MHD wind-driven disk evolution on the observed sizes of protoplanetary disks
  244. Upper Field-strength Limit of Fast Radio Bursts
  245.  A Second Planet Transiting LTT 1445A and a Determination of the Masses of Both Worlds
  246. Sculpting the Sub-Saturn Occurrence Rate via Atmospheric Mass Loss
  247. A source of very energetic oxygen located in Jupiter’s inner radiation belts
  248. Improving the Alfvén Wave Solar Atmosphere Model Based on Parker Solar Probe Data
  249. Flexible and Accurate Evaluation of Gravitational-wave Malmquist Bias with Machine Learning
  250. The Influence of Temperature and Photobleaching on Irradiated Sodium Chloride at Europa-like Conditions
  251. Fast Radio Bursts by High-frequency Synchrotron Maser Emission Generated at the Reverse Shock of a Powerful Magnetar Flare
  252.  Governance of Emerging Space Challenges: The Benefits of a Responsible Cosmopolitan State Policy
  253.  Orbital stability analysis and photometric characterization of the second Earth Trojan asteroid 2020 XL5
  254.  Mass determination of protoplanetary disks from dust evolution
  255. Forced KdV and envelope soliton in magnetoplasma with Kappa distributed ions
  256. Morpho-kinematic Properties of Wolf–Rayet Planetary Nebulae
  257. Testing the Linearity of Vector Fields in Cold and Dense Space Plasmas
  258.  Numerical approach to synthesizing realistic asteroid surfaces from morphological parameters
  259.  The LHS 1678 System: Two Earth-sized Transiting Planets and an Astrometric Companion Orbiting an M Dwarf Near the Convective Boundary at 20 pc
  260. Dust Settling and Clumping in MRI-turbulent Outer Protoplanetary Disks
  261. A survey on Hungaria asteroids involved in mean motion resonances with Mars
  262. Bicep/Keck XV: The Bicep3 Cosmic Microwave Background Polarimeter and the First Three-year Data Set
  263.  MATISSE, the VLTI mid-infrared imaging spectro-interferometer
  264. Technology Clusters as Power Engines of Space 2.0
  265. Metal pollution of the solar white dwarf by solar system small bodies
  266. The Second AGILE MCAL Gamma-Ray Burst Catalog: 13 yr of Observations
  267. A Carbon/Oxygen-dominated Atmosphere Days after Explosion for the “Super-Chandrasekhar” Type Ia SN 2020esm
  268. The case for a Themis asteroid family spacecraft mission
  269. Photometric Objects Around Cosmic Webs (PAC) Delineated in a Spectroscopic Survey. II. Morphology, Color, and Size Dependences of the Stellar–Halo Mass …
  270.  Evidence for Centrifugal Breakout around the Young M Dwarf TIC 234284556
  271. TOI-1442 b and TOI-2445 b: two ultra-short period super-Earths around M dwarfs
  272. The Candidate Progenitor Companion Star of the Type Ib/c SN 2013ge
  273. Simulation-based Inference of Reionization Parameters from 3D Tomographic 21 cm Light-cone Images
  274.  On the Stellar Populations of Galaxies at z= 9–11: The Growth of Metals and Stellar Mass at Early Times
  275. Isotopic Compositions of Ruthenium Predicted from the NuGrid Project
  276. Origin of intense electron heating in relativistic blast waves
  277. The coupling of an EUV coronal wave and ion acceleration in a Fermi-LAT behind-the-limb solar flare
  278. Unveiling wide-orbit companions to K-type stars in Sco-Cen with Gaia EDR3
  279. Kinetic-scale flux ropes: Observations and applications of kinetic equilibrium models
  280. The Rapid X-ray and UV Evolution of ASASSN-14ko
  281. Theoretical Distributions of Short-lived Radionuclides for Star Formation in Molecular Clouds
  282.  The Lick AGN Monitoring Project 2016: Velocity-resolved Hβ Lags in Luminous Seyfert Galaxies
  283. The VLA/ALMA Nascent Disk And Multiplicity (VANDAM) Survey of Orion Protostars. V. A Characterization of Protostellar Multiplicity
  284. Photon Ring Symmetries in Simulated Linear Polarization Images of Messier 87
  285. Hydrogen Lyman β, γ, and Balmer β Spectral Lines in Strong Uniform Magnetic and Electric Fields
  286. Onboard dynamic image exposure control for the Star–Planet Activity Research CubeSat (SPARCS)
  287. Resilience of Planetesimal Formation in Weakly Reinforced Pressure Bumps
  288. Nickel and chromium stable isotopic composition of ureilites: Implications for the Earth’s core formation and differentiation of the ureilite parent body
  289. Limiting the Abundance of LIGO/Virgo Black Holes with Microlensing Observations of Quasars of Finite Size
  290. Temporal Scattering, Depolarization, and Persistent Radio Emission from Magnetized Inhomogeneous Environments near Repeating Fast Radio Burst Sources
  291. A Large-scale Approach to Modeling Molecular Biosignatures: The Diatomics
  292. Consistency of von Karman Decay Rate with the Energy Supply Rate and Heating Rate Observed by Parker Solar Probe
  293.  TRIDENT: A Rapid 3D Radiative-transfer Model for Exoplanet Transmission Spectra
  294. TESS Giants Transiting Giants II: The hottest Jupiters orbiting evolved stars
  295. Which galaxy property is the best gauge of the oxygen abundance?
  296. Stable Mass Transfer Can Explain Massive Binary Black Hole Mergers with a High-spin Component
  297. A Pulsar Search Method Combining a New Feature Representation and Convolutional Neural Network
  298. Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). XVI. 69 New Quasars at 5.8< z< 7.0
  299. Ion-scale Transition of Plasma Turbulence: Pressure–Strain Effect
  300. Energy Transfer, Discontinuities, and Heating in the Inner Heliosphere Measured with a Weak and Local Formulation of the Politano–Pouquet Law
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