Publicaciones

  • The Fornax 3D project: Globular clusters tracing kinematics and metallicities

    Globular clusters (GCs) are found ubiquitously in massive galaxies and due to their old ages, they are regarded as fossil records of galaxy evolution. Spectroscopic studies of GC systems are often limited to the outskirts of galaxies, where GCs stand out against the galaxy background and serve as bright tracers of galaxy assembly. In this work, we

    Fahrion, K. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    5
    2020
  • The Fornax 3D project: Non-linear colour-metallicity relation of globular clusters

    Globular cluster (GC) systems of massive galaxies often show a bimodal colour distribution. This has been interpreted as a metallicity bimodality, created by a two-stage galaxy formation where the red, metal-rich GCs were formed in the parent halo and the blue metal-poor GCs were accreted. This interpretation, however, crucially depends on the

    Fahrion, K. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    5
    2020
  • The OTELO survey. A case study of [O III] λ4959,5007 emitters at ⟨z⟩ = 0.83 (Corrigendum)
    Bongiovanni, Ángel et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    5
    2020
  • Two Transiting Hot Jupiters from the WASP Survey: WASP-150b and WASP-176b

    We report the discovery of two transiting exoplanets from the WASP survey, WASP-150b and WASP-176b. WASP-150b is an eccentric (e = 0.38) hot Jupiter on a 5.6 day orbit around a V = 12.03, F8 main-sequence host. The host star has a mass and radius of 1.4 ${M}_{\odot }$ and 1.7 ${R}_{\odot }$ respectively. WASP-150b has a mass and radius of 8.5 ${M}_

    Cooke, Benjamin F. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    6
    2020
  • Nightside condensation of iron in an ultrahot giant exoplanet

    Ultrahot giant exoplanets receive thousands of times Earth's insolation1,2. Their high-temperature atmospheres (greater than 2,000 kelvin) are ideal laboratories for studying extreme planetary climates and chemistry3-5. Daysides are predicted to be cloud-free, dominated by atomic species6 and much hotter than nightsides5,7,8. Atoms are expected to

    Ehrenreich, David et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    3
    2020
  • A new spectroscopic analysis of the massive O + O type binary HD 54662 AB

    HD 54662 AB is one of the three O + OB binaries known so far with orbital period longer than 1000 d, offering the opportunity to test scenarios of massive star formation and models of single stellar evolution. Here, we present a detailed study of this system based on new high-resolution spectra and data. A disentangling method is used to recover

    Barbá, R. H. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    4
    2020