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Dynamical Mass Ejection from Binary Neutron Star Mergers
We present fully general-relativistic simulations of binary neutron star mergers with a temperature and composition dependent nuclear equation of state. We study the dynamical mass ejection from both
Binary Neutron Star Mergers: Mass Ejection, Electromagnetic Counterparts, and Nucleosynthesis
We present a systematic numerical relativity study of the mass ejection and the associated electromagnetic transients and nucleosynthesis from binary neutron star (NS) mergers. We find that a few
GW170817: Joint Constraint on the Neutron Star Equation of State from Multimessenger Observations
Gravitational waves detected from the binary neutron star (NS) merger GW170817 constrained the NS equation of state by placing an upper bound on certain parameters describing the binary's tidal
Cognitive and magnetic resonance imaging aspects of corticobasal degeneration and progressive supranuclear palsy
Cognitive examination showed that ideomotor apraxia (De Renzi’s test) was significantly more frequent in CBD, and executive functions were significantly more impaired in patients with PSP, and MRI findings of asymmetric frontoparietal atrophy and midbrain atrophy are the most consistent and useful aids to careful clinical evaluation for differentiating between the two diseases.
Two Years of Nonthermal Emission from the Binary Neutron Star Merger GW170817: Rapid Fading of the Jet Afterglow and First Constraints on the Kilonova Fastest Ejecta
We present Chandra and VLA observations of GW170817 at ~521-743 days post merger, and a homogeneous analysis of the entire Chandra data set. We find that the late-time non-thermal emission follows
Best choice of central venous insertion site for the prevention of catheter-related complications in adult patients who need cancer therapy: a randomized trial.
Central venous insertion modality and sites had no impact on either early or late complication rates, but US-guided subclavian insertion showed the lowest proportion of failures.
AT 2017gfo: An Anisotropic and Three-component Kilonova Counterpart of GW170817
The detection of a kilo/macronova electromagnetic counterpart (AT2017gfo) of the first gravitational wave signal compatible with the merger of two neutron stars (GW170817) has confirmed the