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  • Integral field spectroscopy supports atmospheric optics to reveal the finite outer scale of the turbulence
    Context. The spatial coherence wavefront outer scale (ℒ 0) characterizes the size of the largest turbulence eddies in Earth's atmosphere, determining low spatial frequency perturbations in the wavefront of the light captured by ground-based telescopes. Advances in adaptive optics (AO) techniques designed to compensate for atmospheric turbulence
    García-Lorenzo, B. et al.

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    2024
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  • Migration and Evolution of giant ExoPlanets (MEEP). I. Nine Newly Confirmed Hot Jupiters from the TESS Mission
    Hot Jupiters were many of the first exoplanets discovered in the 1990s, but in the decades since their discovery the mysteries surrounding their origins have remained. Here we present nine new hot Jupiters (TOI-1855 b, TOI-2107 b, TOI-2368 b, TOI-3321 b, TOI-3894 b, TOI-3919 b, TOI-4153 b, TOI-5232 b, and TOI-5301 b) discovered by NASA's TESS
    Schulte, Jack et al.

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    2024
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  • Scrutinizing evidence for the triggering of active galactic nuclei in the outskirts of massive galaxy clusters at z ≈ 1
    Environmental effects are believed to play an important yet poorly understood role in triggering accretion events onto the supermassive black holes (SMBHs) of galaxies (active galactic nuclei; AGNs). Massive clusters, which represent the densest structures in the Universe, provide an excellent laboratory to isolate environmental effects and study
    Muñoz Rodríguez, Iván et al.

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    2024
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  • Systematic analysis of jellyfish galaxy candidates in Fornax, Antlia, and Hydra from the S-PLUS survey: a self-supervised visual identification aid
    We study 51 jellyfish galaxy candidates in the Fornax, Antlia, and Hydra clusters. These candidates are identified using the JClass scheme based on the visual classification of wide-field, twelve-band optical images obtained from the Southern Photometric Local Universe Survey. A comprehensive astrophysical analysis of the jellyfish (JClass > 0)
    Gondhalekar, Yash et al.

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    2024
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  • The COSMOS-Web ring: In-depth characterization of an Einstein ring lensing system at z ∼ 2
    Aims: We provide an in-depth analysis of the COSMOS-Web ring, an Einstein ring at z ≈ 2 that we serendipitously discovered during the data reduction of the COSMOS-Web survey and that could be the most distant lens discovered to date. Methods: We extracted the visible and near-infrared photometry of the source and the lens from more than 25 bands
    Mercier, W. et al.

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    2024
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  • The Lockman-SpReSO project. Main properties of infrared-selected star-forming galaxies
    Aims: In this work, we carry out a comprehensive study using galaxy data from the Lockman Spectroscopic Redshift Survey using Osiris (Lockman-SpReSO) project, a far-infrared (FIR) selected sample of galaxies observed using optical spectroscopy. We analyse a sub-sample of star-forming galaxies (SFGs) with secure spectroscopic redshifts, mostly in
    González-Otero, Mauro et al.

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    2024
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