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EVN image of the persistent source at 1.7 GHz (...

The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 1211...

EVN image of the persistent source at 1.7 GHz (white contours) together with the localiz...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 834 2 L8

Top: dynamic spectrum of the strongest burst de...

The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 1211...

Top: dynamic spectrum of the strongest burst detected on 2016 September 20 (burst #2 in ...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 834 2 L8

Top: amplitudes and phases of the obtained visi...

The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 1211...

Top: amplitudes and phases of the obtained visibilities for the strongest burst observed...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 834 2 L8

Pulse localizations from the pulsar B0525+21 ob...

The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 1211...

Pulse localizations from the pulsar B0525+21 observed on 2016 February 11 at 1.7 GHz. A ...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 834 2 L8

Top: light curve of the persistent source at 1....

The Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 1211...

Top: light curve of the persistent source at 1.7 GHz during all the EVN epochs. The hori...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 834 2 L8

Raw photometry, stellar x-position, stellar y-p...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Raw photometry, stellar x-position, stellar y-position, and noise pixel for our Spitzer ...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Effect of differing extraction aperture radii o...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Effect of differing extraction aperture radii on the initial fits to our Spitzer photome...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

In addition to the Spitzer photometry, we also ...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

In addition to the Spitzer photometry, we also observed three new partial transits of KE...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Detrended ground-based and Spitzer photometry r...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Detrended ground-based and Spitzer photometry resulting from our fit using both data set...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Green square points show the results of our SED...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Green square points show the results of our SED fit to the KELT-11 catalog magnitudes (r...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Unphased and phased RV data and fit for KELT-11...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Unphased and phased RV data and fit for KELT-11b using the Spitzer and ground-based data...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Predictions of the Geneva stellar models (Mowla...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Predictions of the Geneva stellar models (Mowlavi et al. 2012) for stellar density as a ...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Using the stellar radius determined using the H...

Determining Empirical Stellar Masses an...

Using the stellar radius determined using the Hipparcos parallax (blue solid lines) and ...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 25

Typical orbital evolution of protoplanets in mo...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Typical orbital evolution of protoplanets in models N16e-3i-3.6 (a) and N16e-1i-3.6 (b)....

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Time evolution of the number of protoplanets (N...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Time evolution of the number of protoplanets (N), mass-weighted eccentricity (...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Distribution of the difference of the longitude...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Distribution of the difference of the longitude of the pericenter (...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Number (N; panel (a)), angular momentum deficit...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Number (N; panel (a)), angular momentum deficit (D; (b)), mass-weighted eccentricity (...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Same as Figure 1, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 ...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Same as Figure 1, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 (a) and N16e-1.5i-0.5 (b).

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Same as Figure 2, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 ...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Same as Figure 2, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 (a) and N16e-1.5i-0.5 (b).

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Distribution of the difference of the longitude...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Distribution of the difference of the longitude of the ascending node (...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Same as Figure 3, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 ...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Same as Figure 3, but for models N16e-1.5i-3.6 (top) and N16e-1.5i-0.5 (bottom). The mea...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

Same as Figure 4, but as a function of the init...

Formation of Close-in Super-Earths by G...

Same as Figure 4, but as a function of the initial inclination dispersion of protoplanet...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 27

1.3 mm continuum NOEMA observations of the DH T...

An Upper Limit on the Mass of the Circu...

1.3 mm continuum NOEMA observations of the DH Tau system. The disk of DH Tau A is clearl...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 26

Variability of the Pa β equivalent width with t...

An Upper Limit on the Mass of the Circu...

Variability of the Pa β equivalent width with time provides further evidence of an accre...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 26

Dust temperature profile for the set of MCFOST ...

An Upper Limit on the Mass of the Circu...

Dust temperature profile for the set of MCFOST radiative transfer disk models with diffe...

The Astronomical Journal 154 1 26

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