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Superluminal motion of a relativistic jet in the neutron-star merger GW170817
The binary neutron-star merger GW1708171 was accompanied by radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum2 and localized2 to the galaxy NGC 4993 at a distance3 of about 41 megaparsecs from Earth. TheExpand
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A mildly relativistic wide-angle outflow in the neutron-star merger event GW170817
GW170817 was the first gravitational-wave detection of a binary neutron-star merger. It was accompanied by radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum and localized to the galaxy NGC 4993 at aExpand
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The VLA-COSMOS 3 GHz Large Project: Continuum data and source catalog release
We present the VLA-COSMOS 3 GHz Large Project based on 384 hours of observations with the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) at 3 GHz (10 cm) toward the two square degree Cosmic Evolution SurveyExpand
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CONFIRMATION OF THE ELECTRON CYCLOTRON MASER INSTABILITY AS THE DOMINANT SOURCE OF RADIO EMISSION FROM VERY LOW MASS STARS AND BROWN DWARFS
We report on radio observations of the M8.5 dwarf LSR J1835+3259 and the L3.5 dwarf 2MASS J00361617+1821104, which provide the strongest evidence to date that the electron cyclotron maser instabilityExpand
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PERIODIC BURSTS OF COHERENT RADIO EMISSION FROM AN ULTRACOOL DWARF
We report the detection of periodic (p = 1.96 hr) bursts of extremely bright, 100% circularly polarized, coherent radio emission from the M9 dwarf TVLM 513-46546. Simultaneous photometric monitoringExpand
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Illuminating gravitational waves: A concordant picture of photons from a neutron star merger
GROWTH observations of GW170817 The gravitational wave event GW170817 was caused by the merger of two neutron stars (see the Introduction by Smith). In three papers, teams associated with the GROWTHExpand
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A radio counterpart to a neutron star merger
GROWTH observations of GW170817 The gravitational wave event GW170817 was caused by the merger of two neutron stars (see the Introduction by Smith). In three papers, teams associated with the GROWTHExpand
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Rotational Modulation of the Radio Emission from the M9 Dwarf TVLM 513–46546: Broadband Coherent Emission at the Substellar Boundary?
The Very Large Array was used to observe the ultracool rapidly rotating M9 dwarf TVLM 513-46546 simultaneously at 4.88 and 8.44 GHz. The radio emission was determined to be persistent, variable, andExpand
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A fast radio burst associated with a Galactic magnetar.
Since their discovery in 20071, much effort has been devoted to uncovering the sources of the extragalactic, millisecond-duration fast radio bursts (FRBs)2. A class of neutron stars known asExpand
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A Strong Jet Signature in the Late-time Light Curve of GW170817
We present new 0.6–10 GHz observations of the binary neutron star merger GW170817 covering the period up to 300 days post-merger, taken with the upgraded Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array, theExpand
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