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  • Filamentary Network and Magnetic Field Structures Revealed with BISTRO in the High-mass Star-forming Region NGC 2264: Global Properties and Local Magnetogravitational Configurations

    We report 850 μm continuum polarization observations toward the filamentary high-mass star-forming region NGC 2264, taken as part of the B-fields In STar forming Regions Observations large program on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope. These data reveal a well-structured nonuniform magnetic field in the NGC 2264C and 2264D regions with a prevailing

    Wang, Jia-Wei et al.

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  • More fundamental than the fundamental metallicity relation. The effect of the stellar metallicity on the gas-phase mass-metallicity and gravitational potential-metallicity relations

    Context One of the most fundamental scaling relations in galaxies is observed between metallicity and stellar mass - the mass-metallicity relation (MZR) - although recently a stronger dependence of the gas-phase metallicity with the galactic gravitational potential (ΦZR) has been reported. Further dependences of metallicity on other galaxy

    Sánchez-Menguiano, Laura et al.

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  • Multi-year characterisation of the broad-band emission from the intermittent extreme BL Lac 1ES 2344+514

    Aims: The BL Lac 1ES 2344+514 is known for temporary extreme properties characterised by a shift of the synchrotron spectral energy distribution (SED) peak energy νsynch, p above 1 keV. While those extreme states have only been observed during high flux levels thus far, additional multi-year observing campaigns are required to achieve a coherent

    MAGIC Collaboration et al.

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  • The GAPS programme at TNG. L. TOI-4515 b: An eccentric warm Jupiter orbiting a 1.2 Gyr-old G-star

    Context. Different theories have been developed to explain the origins and properties of close-in giant planets, but none of them alone can explain all of the properties of the warm Jupiters (WJs, Porb = 10-200 days). One of the most intriguing characteristics of WJs is that they have a wide range of orbital eccentricities, challenging our

    Carleo, I. et al.

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  • The GAPS Programme at TNG. LI. Investigating the correlations between transiting system parameters and host chromospheric activity

    Context. Stellar activity is the most relevant types of astrophysical noise that affect the discovery and characterization of extrasolar planets. On the other hand, the amplitude of stellar activity could hint at an interaction between the star and a close-in giant planet. Progress has been made in recent years in understanding how to deal with

    Claudi, R. et al.

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  • The GAPS programme at TNG. XLIX. TOI-5398, the youngest compact multi-planet system composed of an inner sub-Neptune and an outer warm Saturn

    Context. Short-period giant planets (P ≲ 10 days, Mp >0.1 MJ) are frequently found to be solitary compared to other classes of exo-planets. Small inner companions to giant planets with P ≲ 15 days are known only in five compact systems: WASP-47, Kepler-730, WASP-132, TOI-1130, and TOI-2000. Here, we report the confirmation of TOI-5398, the youngest

    Mantovan, G. et al.

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