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0.5–8 keV band exposure corrected Chandra (left...

The Archetypal Ultra-diffuse Galaxy, Dr...

0.5–8 keV band exposure corrected Chandra (left panel) and XMM-Newton (right panel) imag...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L30

Isodensity maps of the innermost 4 pc region in...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Isodensity maps of the innermost 4 pc region in the Galactic center, showing the NC over...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Top: LOS velocity profile for stars in our mode...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Top: LOS velocity profile for stars in our model (points) at time t = 200 Myr compared t...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Top panels: velocity vectors of 2% of the simul...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Top panels: velocity vectors of 2% of the simulated stars (Ns = 20,971) within a sphere ...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Metallicity distribution for the NC members at ...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Metallicity distribution for the NC members at time t = 0 (black dotted line) and for bo...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Left panels: location of the SC birth-site assu...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Left panels: location of the SC birth-site assuming a Galactic (GAL, blue filled histogr...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Top panel: metallicity distribution for the EXT...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Top panel: metallicity distribution for the EXT model (orange empty histogram) and for t...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Average LOS velocity map in the inner 4 pc for ...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Average LOS velocity map in the inner 4 pc for the simulation taken at 200 Myr, assuming...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Two-body relaxation (straight red line), SRR (d...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Two-body relaxation (straight red line), SRR (dashed black line), and VRR (dotted blue l...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Left (right) panels: combined surface distribut...

On the Origin of a Rotating Metal-poor ...

Left (right) panels: combined surface distribution of initial mass and galactocentric di...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L29

Left: the mean radial velocity of stars as a fu...

Revealing the Formation of the Milky Wa...

Left: the mean radial velocity of stars as a function of metallicity in our sample. The ...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L28

Radial velocity maps of the central ∼1.5 pc rad...

Revealing the Formation of the Milky Wa...

Radial velocity maps of the central ∼1.5 pc radius around the supermassive black hole at...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L28

Observed metallicity distribution (filled gray ...

Revealing the Formation of the Milky Wa...

Observed metallicity distribution (filled gray steps) compared with the two populations ...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L28

A radial velocity map from the best-fit Gaussia...

Revealing the Formation of the Milky Wa...

A radial velocity map from the best-fit Gaussian mixture model of the higher-metallicity...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L28

The rotation curves of the two best-fit populat...

Revealing the Formation of the Milky Wa...

The rotation curves of the two best-fit populations in our model. The higher-metallicity...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 901 2 L28

top: The average LBT/MODS spectrum of J005311 w...

Rapid Variability in the Wind from the ...

top: The average LBT/MODS spectrum of J005311 with several of the O VI emission features...

Research Notes of the AAS 4 9 167

Panel (a): The level of X-ray weakness, Δαox, c...

Long-timescale X-Ray Variability of BAL...

Panel (a): The level of X-ray weakness, Δαox, compared to the expected value from Equati...

Research Notes of the AAS 4 9 168

Locations of observing stations and ground trac...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Locations of observing stations and ground tracks for the occultation of the primary sta...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Similar to Figure 1 but for the occultation of ...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Similar to Figure 1 but for the occultation of the secondary star.

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Light curves from all sites relative to the pre...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Light curves from all sites relative to the predicted time. The predicted time is indica...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Region of interest in the sky plane. The sky-pl...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Region of interest in the sky plane. The sky-plane origin is the object ephemerides with...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Detailed view of the light curves from the Bish...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Detailed view of the light curves from the Bishop site. From top to bottom, the panels s...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Geometry of the occultation in the sky plane sh...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Geometry of the occultation in the sky plane showing the same region of interest as Figu...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Posterior pdf for the diameters and geometric a...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Posterior pdf for the diameters and geometric albedo for the favored model ...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

Posterior pdf for the separation and orientatio...

Stellar Occultation by the Resonant Tra...

Posterior pdf for the separation and orientation of the object components for the favore...

The Planetary Science Journal 1 2 48

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