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Top row: proper motions of photometry-selected ...

Multiple Components of the Jhelum Stell...

Top row: proper motions of photometry-selected stars along the Jhelum stream (left panel...

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Top panel, left: Sky positions of likely Jhelum...

Multiple Components of the Jhelum Stell...

Top panel, left: Sky positions of likely Jhelum members in the stream coordinate system ...

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Profile of likely Jhelum members changes along ...

Multiple Components of the Jhelum Stell...

Profile of likely Jhelum members changes along the stream. Panels show 5° wide regions a...

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Top to bottom panels: on-sky distribution, dens...

Multiple Components of the Jhelum Stell...

Top to bottom panels: on-sky distribution, density, width, and proper motion profiles of...

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Best-fitting orbit of the Jhelum stellar stream...

Multiple Components of the Jhelum Stell...

Best-fitting orbit of the Jhelum stellar stream in cylindrical Galactocentric coordinate...

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(a) ALMA 0.89 mm (Band 7) continuum image of G3...

Sub-arcsecond (Sub)millimeter Imaging o...

(a) ALMA 0.89 mm (Band 7) continuum image of G358.93−0.03, with an angular resolution 0....

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In each panel, the spatio-kinematics of the ind...

Sub-arcsecond (Sub)millimeter Imaging o...

In each panel, the spatio-kinematics of the indicated line(s) is (are) shown on the 0.89...

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Top-left panel: [N II] BPT diagram for 1.4 ≤ z ...

The MOSDEF Survey: Sulfur Emission-line...

Top-left panel: [N II] BPT diagram for 1.4 ≤ z ≤ 2.7 MOSDEF galaxies. Green [blue] point...

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Median ΣSFR for SDSS galaxies as a function of ...

The MOSDEF Survey: Sulfur Emission-line...

Median ΣSFR for SDSS galaxies as a function of position in the [S II] BPT diagram. There...

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ΣSFR distributions for SDSS and MOSDEF galaxies...

The MOSDEF Survey: Sulfur Emission-line...

ΣSFR distributions for SDSS and MOSDEF galaxies. The black histogram indicates the distr...

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Comparison in the [S II] BPT diagram between MO...

The MOSDEF Survey: Sulfur Emission-line...

Comparison in the [S II] BPT diagram between MOSDEF galaxies, H II regions, and models w...

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Column density of the Be star accretion disk fr...

Type I Outbursts in Low-eccentricity Be...

Column density of the Be star accretion disk from the SPH simulation at time t = 30 Pb. ...

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Density-weighted average disk eccentricity (top...

Type I Outbursts in Low-eccentricity Be...

Density-weighted average disk eccentricity (top panel) and argument of periapsis (bottom...

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Surface density profile (top panel) and eccentr...

Type I Outbursts in Low-eccentricity Be...

Surface density profile (top panel) and eccentricity (bottom panel) of the Be star disk ...

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Top panel: accretion rate onto the neutron star...

Type I Outbursts in Low-eccentricity Be...

Top panel: accretion rate onto the neutron star (at an accretion radius of 0.5 R⊙). Bott...

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O VI channel parameters referring to the period...

On the Fast Solar Wind Heating and Acce...

O VI channel parameters referring to the period from 1996 April to 1997 December during ...

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(a) ρ − σ2 scatter plot for UVCS O VI observati...

On the Fast Solar Wind Heating and Acce...

(a) ρ − σ2 scatter plot for UVCS O VI observations performed between 1.3 and 2.8 R⊙ (dif...

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Representative spectra of K4-47, measured with ...

Exotic Carbon Chemistry in a Planetary ...

Representative spectra of K4-47, measured with the IRAM 30 m. The top panel displays the...

The Astrophysical Journal Letters 881 2 L38

Molecular spectra observed toward K4-47 identif...

Exotic Carbon Chemistry in a Planetary ...

Molecular spectra observed toward K4-47 identified with the IRAM 30 m (2 mm) and ARO tel...

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Overview of the north–south asymmetric transpor...

Asymmetric Transport of the Earth’s Pol...

Overview of the north–south asymmetric transport of the polar outflows during a typical ...

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Profiles of the plasma density, velocity, force...

Asymmetric Transport of the Earth’s Pol...

Profiles of the plasma density, velocity, forces, and acceleration speed along the speci...

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(a) Overview of the north–south asymmetric pola...

Asymmetric Transport of the Earth’s Pol...

(a) Overview of the north–south asymmetric polar outflows during a typical southward IMF...

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Cluster observations of the polar outflows in t...

Asymmetric Transport of the Earth’s Pol...

Cluster observations of the polar outflows in the cusp regions with the continuously pos...

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Neutral C1, C2, and C3 hydrocarbons of Titan’s ...

Detection of Propadiene on Titan

Neutral C1, C2, and C3 hydrocarbons of Titan’s atmosphere and their approximate volume m...

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Fit of the synthetic (red) to the observed (bla...

Detection of Propadiene on Titan

Fit of the synthetic (red) to the observed (black) TEXES spectrum used to extract the th...

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