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M. Bedell, J Bean, J Melendez, L Spina, I Ramirez, M Asplund, A Alves-Brito, L dos Santos, S Dreizler, D Yong, T Monroe, L Casagrande
The compositions of stars are a critical diagnostic tool for many topics in astronomy such as the evolution of our…arXiv:1802.02576
Morgan MacLeod, M. Cantiello, Melinda Soares-Furtado
Planets accompany most sun-like stars. The orbits of many are sufficiently close that they will be engulfed when their host…The Astrophysical Journal Letters
The NANOGrav 11-year Data Set: Pulsar-timing Constraints On The Stochastic Gravitational-wave Background
Z. Arzoumanian, P. T. Baker, A. Brazier, S. Burke-Spolaor, S. J. Chamberlin, S. Chatterjee, B. Christy, J. M. Cordes, N. J. Cornish, F. Crawford, H. Thankful Cromartie, K. Crowter, M. DeCesar, P. B. Demorest, T. Dolch, J. A. Ellis, R. D. Ferdman, E. Ferrara, W. M. Folkner, E. Fonseca, N. Garver-Daniels, P. A. Gentile, R. Haas, J. S. Hazboun, E. A. Huerta, K. Islo, F. Jenet, G. Jones, M. L. Jones, D. L. Kaplan, V. M. Kaspi, M. T. Lam, T. J. W. Lazio, L. Levin, A. N. Lommen, D. R. Lorimer, J. Luo, R. S. Lynch, D. R. Madison, M. A. McLaughlin, S. T. McWilliams, C. Mingarelli, C. Ng, D. J. Nice, R. S. Park, T. T. Pennucci, N. S. Pol, S. M. Ransom, P. S. Ray, A. Rasskazov, X. Siemens, J. Simon, R. Spiewak, I. H. Stairs, D. R. Stinebring, K. Stovall, J. Swiggum, S. R. Taylor, M. Vallisneri, et al.
We search for an isotropic stochastic gravitational-wave background (GWB) in the newly released 11-year dataset from the North American Nanohertz…The Astrophysical Journal