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Tumbling motion of 1I/‘Oumuamua and its implications for the body’s distant past
Models of the Solar System’s evolution show that almost all the primitive material leftover from the formation of the planets was ejected to the interstellar space as a result of dynamical
The Excited Spin State of 1I/2017 U1 `Oumuamua
We show that `Oumuamua's excited spin could be in a high energy LAM state, which implies that its shape could be far from the highly elongated shape found in previous studies. CLEAN and ANOVA
Total eclipse of the heart: the AM CVn Gaia14aae/ASSASN-14cn
We report the discovery and characterization of a deeply eclipsing AM CVn-system, Gaia14aae (=ASSASN-14cn). Gaia14aae was identified independently by the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae
Tumbling motion of 1I/'Oumuamua reveals body's violent past
Models of the Solar System evolution show that almost all the primitive material leftover from the formation of the planets was ejected to the interstellar space as a result of dynamical
Disk emission and atmospheric absorption lines in black hole candidate 4U 1630-472
Context. We analyzed Suzaku data of the black hole candidate 4U 1630-472 when it was in the high/soft state. The source, known for X-ray outbursts and for absorption dips, has an X-ray continuum
Full orbital solution for the binary system in the northern Galactic disc microlensing event Gaia16aye
Gaia16aye was a binary microlensing event discovered in the direction towards the northern Galactic disc and was one of the first microlensing events detected and alerted to by the Gaia space
Total eclipse of the heart: the AM
We report the discovery and characterization of a deeply eclipsing AM CVn-system, Gaia14aae (=ASSASN-14cn). Gaia14aae was identified independently by the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae
Total eclipse of the heart : the AM CVn Gaia 14 aae / ASSASN-14 cn Journal Item
We report the discovery and characterization of a deeply eclipsing AM CVn-system, Gaia14aae (=ASSASN-14cn). Gaia14aae was identified independently by the All-Sky Automated Survey for Supernovae