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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Document Version : Peer reviewed version Queen ' s University Belfast-Research Portal : Link to publication record in Queen ' s University Belfast Research Portal

@inproceedings{Lacerda2012MonthlyNO,
  title={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society Document Version : Peer reviewed version Queen ' s University Belfast-Research Portal : Link to publication record in Queen ' s University Belfast Research Portal},
  author={Pedro Lacerda},
  year={2012}
}
Discovered in October 2010 by the LINEAR survey, P/2010 TO20 LINEARGrauer (P/LG) was initially classified as an inert Jupiter Trojan. Subsequent observations obtained in October 2011 revealed P/LG to be a Jupiter-family comet. P/LG has one of the largest perihelia (q = 5.1 au) and lowest eccentricities (e = 0.09) of the known JFCs. We report on observations of P/LG taken on 29 October 2011 and numerical simulations of its orbital evolution. Analysis of our data reveals that P/LG has a small… 
Blanco DECam Bulge Survey (BDBS) II: project performance, data analysis, and early science results
The Blanco DECam Bulge Survey (BDBS) imaged more than 200 square degrees of the Southern Galactic bulge using the ugrizY filters of the Dark Energy Camera, and produced point spread function
High-dispersion spectroscopy of AE Aquarii – II. Evidence of material orbiting the primary star
We present a second paper related to the analyses of high-dispersion spectroscopic observations of the magnetic cataclysmic variable AE Aquarii. We focus our efforts on the study of the emission
Standard Galactic field RR Lyrae II: a Gaia DR2 calibration of the period–Wesenheit–metallicity relation
RR Lyrae stars have long been popular standard candles, but significant advances in methodology and technology have been made in recent years to increase their precision as distance indicators. We
Discovery of a planetary-mass companion within the gap of the transition disk around PDS 70
Context. Young circumstellar disks are the birthplaces of planets. Their study is of prime interest to understand the physical and chemical conditions under which planet formation takes place. Only
Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies in the Perseus Cluster: Comparing Galaxy Properties with Globular Cluster System Richness
It is clear that within the class of ultra-diffuse galaxies (UDGs) there is an extreme range in the richness of their associated globular cluster (GC) systems. Here, we report the structural
The nature of the variable millimetre–selected AGN in the brightest cluster galaxy of Abell 851
5 pages, 3 figures Cheale, R. A., Geach, J. E., Edge, A. C., Perrott, Y. C., & Cantwell, T. (2018). The nature of the variable millimetre-selected AGN in the Brightest Cluster Galaxy of Abell 851.
Study of recent outburst in the Be/X-ray binary RX J0209.6−7427 with AstroSat: a new ultraluminous X-ray pulsar in the Magellanic Bridge?
We present the timing and spectral studies of RX J0209.6–7427 during its rare 2019 outburst using observations with the Soft X-ray Telescope (SXT) and Large Area X-ray Proportional Counter (LAXPC)
A dwarf disrupting – Andromeda XXVII and the North West Stream
We present a kinematic and spectroscopic analysis of 38 red giant branch stars, in seven fields, spanning the dwarf spheroidal galaxy Andromeda XXVII and the upper segment of the North West Stream.
A consistent measure of the merger histories of massive galaxies using close-pair statistics I: Major mergers at $z < 3.5$
We use a large sample of ∼350,000 galaxies constructed by combining the UKIDSS UDS, VIDEO/CFHT-LS, UltraVISTA/COSMOS and GAMA survey regions to probe the major merging histories of massive galaxies
Closing the gap to convergence of gravitoturbulence in local simulations
Aims. Our goal is to find a converged cooling limit for fragmentation in self-gravitating disks. This is especially interesting for the formation of planets, brown dwarfs, or stars, and the growth of
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