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The Contingent Universe


DESCRIPTION: The tenth of a group of pages on Astronomy (one of the Field Nodes comprising the subject tree of The Telson Spur), this page is a list of links to on-line resources in the study of galactic and stellar evolution. The coordinate pages, with a common header and List of Contents, contain links to resources in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Observational Astronomy, the study of Stars and Galaxies, and the pursuit of Amateur Astronomy.

KEYWORDS: astronomy; astrophysics; black hole; cosmos; galactic evolution; galaxy; Milky Way; neutron star; planetary nebula; PMS; protostar; pulsar; space; star; stellar endpoint; stellar evolution; universe; white dwarf



Do all these swirls of suns and souls,
Of spirits keen and senseless stone,
Speed on to no appointed goals,
Like sand along the desert blown,--
Forever born from out the void,
To be destroyed?

Nay, Reason, shocked at anarchy,
Demands an author and an aim,
Seeks ever for the master-key
To solve the mystery,--Whence came
This starlit sea of Evermore,
Without a shore?

John L. Stoddard
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Galactic and Stellar Evolution


A curious feature of the Universe is the way in which it is composed of an alternation of highly dense and highly vacuous states.
Martin Cohen

The Abundance of Star-Forming Galaxies in the Redshift Range 8.5 to 12: New Results from the 2012 Hubble Ultra Deep Field Campaign (Richard S. Ellis et al., arXiv:1211.6804 [astro-ph.CO], 29 Nov 2012)
-- Galaxy found at record-breaking distance (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment, 12 Dec 2012, cor 13 Dec)
-- Hubble Takes Galaxy Census (Camille Carlisle, News from Sky & Telescope, 13 Dec 2012)
Accreted versus In Situ Milky Way Globular Clusters (Duncan A. Forbes & Terry Bridges, arXiv:1001.4289v1 [astro-ph.GA], 25 Jan 2010)
AEGIS - All-wavelength Extended Groth strip International Survey (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Age and metallicity of Galactic clusters from full spectrum fitting (Mina Koleva et al., astro-ph/0702116, 5 Feb 2007)
The Age, Metallicity and Alpha-Element Abundance of Galactic Globular Clusters from Single Stellar Population Models (J. T. Mendel et al., arXiv:0705.4511 [astro-ph], 31 May 2007)
Ages for illustrative field stars using gyrochronology: viability, limitations and errors (Sydney A. Barnes, arXiv:0704.3068v1 [astro-ph], 23 Apr 2007)
Alignment of quasar polarizations with large-scale structures (Damien Hutsemekers et al., arXiv:1409.6098 [astro-ph.GA], 22 Sep 2014)
-- Spooky Alignment of Quasars Across Billions of Light-years (ESO Science Release eso1438, 19 Nov 2014)
All quiet in Globular Clusters (Kristen Menou et al., astro-ph/0509359, 13 Sep 2005)
An ALMA Survey of Submillimeter Galaxies in the Extended Chandra Deep Field South: Source Catalog and Multiplicity (Jaqueline A. Hodge et al., ESO Science Paper, 3 Apr 2013) PDF
-- Pinpointing the most fertile galaxies in the universe (MPIA Science Release 2013-04, 17 Apr 2013)
-- ALMA Pinpoints Early Galaxies at Record Speed (ESO Science Release eso1318, 17 Apr 2013)
Amina Helmi's Homepage (Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen)
The Angular Clustering of WISE-Selected AGN: Different Haloes for Obscured and Unobscured AGN (D. Donoso et al., arXiv:1309.2277 [astro-ph.CO], 9 Sep 2013, revised)
-- Peering Into Black Holes' Pasts (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 24 May 2014)
The Angular Momentum Content of Dwarf Galaxies: New Challenges for the Theory of Galaxy Formation (Frank C. van den Bosch et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 326(3):1205-15, 21 Sep 2001)
The anticenter old open cluster NGC 1883: radial velocity and metallicity (Sandro Villanova et al., arXiv:0705.2300v1 [astro-ph], 16 May 2007)
Are the Magellanic Clouds on their First Passage about the Milky Way? (Gurtina Besla et al., astro-ph/0703196, 8 Mar 2007)
-- The Magellanic Clouds Are First Time-Visitors (CfA Press Release, 17 Sep 2007)
Astrochemistry | The Astrobiology Web
Astronomers Spot Rare Arc From Hefty Galaxy Cluster [IDCS J1426.5+3508] (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2012-187, 26 Jun 2012)
Astronomy and Cosmology (PPARC Science, UK)
Astronomy Software Development: H-R Calc (David C. Irizarry)
Astrophysicists Run Largest Galactic Collision Simulations Ever on NPACI's Blue Horizon (NPACI&SDSC Online 4:9, 3 May 2000)
Astrophysics: The heart of darkness (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment, 15 Jan 2014)
Astrophysics Science Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
(Greenbelt, Maryland)
The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: ACT-CL J0102-4915 "El Gordo," a Massive Merging Cluster at Redshift 0.87 (Felipe Menanteau et al., arXiv:1109.0953v3 [astro-ph.CO], revised, 5 Sep 2011)
-- El Gordo -- A "Fat" Distant Galaxy Cluster (ESO Science Release eso 1203, 10 Jan 2012)
The barium isotopic mixture for the metal-poor subgiant star HD140283 (A. J. Gallagher et al., arXiv:1008.3541v1 [astro-ph.SR], 20 Aug 2010)
-- Ancient star poses galactic puzzle (Ken Croswell, Physics World, 20 Sep 2010)
Basic physical parameters of a selected sample of evolved stars (Licio da Silva et al., astro-ph/0608160, 7 Aug 2006, revised)
Beryllium abundance in turn-off stars of NGC 6752 (Luca Pasquini et al., astro-ph/0612710, 27 Dec 2006)
Beryllium in turnoff stars of NGC6397: Early Galaxy spallation, cosmochronology and cluster formation (Luca Pasquini et al., astro-ph/0407524, 26 Jul 2004)
The BHCOSMO: Simulating black hole and galaxy formation along cosmic time (Tiziana Di Matteo, Carnegie Mellon University)
Bill Keel's Lecture Notes - Galaxies and the Universe
(William C. Keel, University of Alabama)
Binary interaction dominates the evolution of massive stars (H. Sana et al., Science, 27 Jul 2012; ESO ms., 27 Dec 2011) PDF
-- Supplementary Text PDF
-- The Brightest Stars Don't Live Alone (ESO Science Release eso 1230, 26 Jul 2012)
The birth of a galaxy -- III. Propelling reionization with the faintest galaxies (John H. Wise et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 11 Aug 2014)
-- Dwarf Galaxies Packed a Mighty Punch (Shannon Hallo, Sky & Telescope, 23 Jul 2014)
Black-Hole Missing Link Found? (Johannes Hirn, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 Jun 2009)
Black Holes: Gravity's Relentless Pull (Roeland van der Marel et al., Space Telescope Science Institute)
Black Hole Spins Super Fast (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 Mar 2012)
BLAST, Balloon-borne Large Aperture Submillimetre Telescope
(David Hughes, INAOE, Mexico)
BLAST, Balloon-borne Large-Aperture Submillimeter Telescope
(Mark Devlin, University of Pennsylvania)
BLAST on Ice! (blog by Don V. Wiebe)
BLAST conducts unique galactic surveys
(Canadian Space Agency)
Blue Stragglers in Low-Luminosity Star Clusters (Eric L. Sandquist, astro-ph/0510746, 26 Oct 2005)
B2FH Association for Nuclear Astrophysics
Keck-I MOSFIRE spectroscopy of compact star-forming galaxies at z>2: High velocity dispersions in progenitors of compact quiescent galaxies (G. Barro et al., arXiv:1405.7042 [astro-ph.GA], 27 May 2014)
-- Building Big Elliptical Galaxies' Cores (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 29 Aug 2014)
The Bulk of the Black Hole Growth Since z~1 Occurs in a Secular Universe: No Major Merger-AGN Connection (Mauricio Cisternas et al., heic PDF, 11 Nov 2010) PDF
-- What Activates a Supermassive Black Hole? (eso1124 -- Science Release, 13 Jul 2011)
A candidate redshift z ~ 10 galaxy and rapid changes in that population at an age of 500 Myr (R. J. Bouwens et al., arXiv:0912.4263v5 [astro-ph.CO], 22 Dec 2009; revised, 23 Jan 2011)
A candidate redshift z < 10 galaxy [UDFj-39546284] and rapid changes in that population at an age of 500 Myr (Richard J. Bowens et al., Nature, 27 Jan 2011) PDF
-- NASA's Hubble Finds Most Distant Galaxy Candidate Ever Seen in Universe (NASA press release, 26 Jan 2011)
-- Astronomers find most distant galaxy candidate yet seen (Astronomy News, 26 Jan 2011)
-- Olden Gaze: Galaxy in Hubble Image May Be the Most Distant Object Ever Seen (John Matson, Scientific American, 26 Jan 2011)
-- A Galaxy when Galaxies Were Young (Jessica Kloss, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 27 Jan 2011)
The Chandra Deep Protocluster Survey: Ly-alpha Blobs are powered by heating, not cooling (James E. Geach et al.,arXiv:0904.0452 [astro-ph.CO], 3 Apr 2009, revised)
The chemical abundance of the very metal rich old Open Clusters NGC 6253 and NGC 6791 (Eugenio Carretta et al., arXiv:0706.2780v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jun 2007)
Chemical Homogeneity in Collinder 261 and Implications for Chemical Tagging (Gayandhi M. De Silva et al., The Astronomical Journal 133:1161-75, Mar 2007)
Christopher R. Mullis (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Close frequencies in pulsating stars: common and mysterious! (M. Breger & Alexey A. Pamyatnykh, astro-ph/0509666, 22 Sep 2005)
The cluster Terzan 5 as a remnant of a primordial building block of the Galactic bulge (F. R. Ferraro, Nature, 26 Nov 2009) PDF
-- Cosmic "Dig" Reveals Vestiges of the Milky Way's Building Blocks (ESO 45/09 - Science Release, 25 Nov 2009)
Coevolution of Galaxies and Black Holes (Knud Jahnke et al., Emmy Noether Research Group, Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg)
Cold Molecular Gas in Merger Remnants: I. Formation of Molecular Gas Disks (Junko Ueda et al., arXiv:1407.6873 [astro-ph.GA], 25 Jul 2014)
-- Violent Origins of Disc Galaxies Probed by ALMA (ESO Science Release eso1429, 17 Sep 2014)
-- Mergers Create Disk Galaxies (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 2 Oct 2014)
The Collision Between The Milky Way And Andromeda (Thomas J. Cox & Abraham Loeb, arXiv:0705.1170 [astro-ph], 8 May 2007; revised)
-- When Galaxies Collide, our Solar System Will Go for a Ride (CfA Press Release 2007-14, 14 May 2007)
-- The Spitzer Photo Atlas of Galactic "Train Wrecks" (CfA Press Release 2011-17, 25 May 2011)
-- When Galaxies Collide (Shweta Krishnan, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 2 Jun 2011)
Compact X-ray Binaries in and out of Core Collapsed Globulars (Jonathan E. Grindlay, astro-ph/0605133, 4 May 2006)
A Comparative Study on Lithium Abundances in Solar--Type Stars With and Without Planets (Chen Yu Qin & G. Zhao, astro-ph/0607295, 13 Jul 2006)
A Comparison of Elemental Abundance Ratios in Globular Clusters, Field Stars, and Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies (Barton J. Pritzl et al., astro-ph/0506238, 10 Jun 2005)
Conference summary: Mass loss from stellar clusters (Mark Gieles, astro-ph/0702267, 9 Feb 2007)
Constraints on the First Galaxies: z~10 Galaxy Candidates from HST WFC3/IR (Rychard J. Bouwens & Garth D. Illingworth et al., arXiv:0912.4263 [astro-ph.CO], 22 Dec 2009, revised)
-- New-found Galaxies May Be Farthest Back In Time And Space Yet [13.2 by] (Ron Cowen, Science News, 3 Jan 2010)
Constraints on Inner Disk Evolution Timescales: A Disk Census of the eta Chamaeleontis Young Cluster (Karl E. Haisch Jr. et al., astro-ph/0506352, 15 Jun 2005)
The Contribution of High Redshift Galaxies to Cosmic Reionization: New Results from Deep WFC3 Imaging of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (Andrew J. Bunker et al., arXiv:0909.2255 [astro-ph.CO], 14 Dec 2009, revised)
The core binary fractions of star clusters from realistic simulations (Jarrod R. Hurley et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0290, 2 Apr 2007)
The Cosmic Evolution of Hard X-ray Selected Active Galactic Nuclei (A. J. Barger et al., Astronomical Journal; astro-ph/0410527, 22 Oct 2004)
The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS) -- Overview (Nick Scoville et al., astro-ph/0612305, 12 Dec 2006)
The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS): Subaru Observations of the HST COSMOS Field (Y. Taniguchi et al., astro-ph/0612295, 12 Dec 2006)
Cosmic-Lab: Star Clusters as Cosmic Laboratories for Astrophysics, Dynamics and Fundamental Physics (Francesco R. Ferraro et al., University of Bologna)
Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (James C. Green et al., University of Colorado, Boulder)
The Cosmic Stellar Birth and Death Rates (John F. Beacom, astro-ph/0602101, 5 Feb 2006)
Cosmology and Galaxy Formation Group (Massimo Ricotti et al., University of Maryland)
The Cosmology Survey Multi-Cycle Treasury Program (Sandra Faber & Harry Ferguson et al.)
-- New Hubble treasury project to survey first third of cosmic time (Tim Stephens, UC Santa Cruz Press Release, 15 Mar 2010)
-- New Hubble treasury project to survey first third of cosmic time, study dark energy (Robert Sanders & Tim Stephens, UC Berkeley Press Release, 15 Mar 2010)
COSMOS (Cosmological Evolution Survey)
The COS/UVES Absorption Survey of the Magellanic Stream: I. One-Tenth Solar Abundances along the Body of the Stream (Andrew J. Fox et al., arXiv:1304.4240 [astro-ph.GA], 15 Apr 2013)
The COS/UVES Absorption Survey of the Magellanic Stream: II. Evidence for a complex enrichment history of the Stream from the Fairall 9 sightline (Philipp Richter et al., arXiv:1304.4242 [astro-ph.GA], 15 Apr 2013, revised)
-- Finding the Source of the Magellanic Stream (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 22 Aug 2013)
The Crab's Surprise Molecule [Argon] (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 16 Dec 2013)
Creation of cosmic structure in the complex galaxy cluster merger Abell 2744 (Julian Merten, ESO PDF, 16 Jun 2011) PDF
-- A Galactic Crash Investigation (eso1120 -- Science Release, 22 Jun 2011)
Cyanoacetylene in IC 342: An Evolving Dense Gas Component with Starburst Age (David S. Meier et al., arXiv:1105.1792v1 [astro-ph.GA], 9 May 2011)
-- Cyanoacetylene in IC 342 (Jon Voisey, Universe Today, 15 May 2011)
A Dark Core in Abell 520 (Andisheh Mahdavi et al., arXiv:0706.3048v1 [astro-ph], 21 Jun 2007)
-- Abell 520: Dark Matter Mystery Deepens in Cosmic "Train Wreck" (Chandra Photo Album, 16 Aug 2007)
-- Cosmic 'train wreck' defies dark matter theories (Stephen Battersby, New Scientist, 16 Aug 2007)
-- Galactic Collision Challenges Dark Matter Theories (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 17 Aug 2007)
The DEEP (Deep Extragalactic Evolutionary Probe) Project
(Sandra M. Faber et al.)
The DEEP2 Redshift Survey (Marc Davis et al.)
Deep Extragalactic Surveys around the Ecliptic Poles with AKARI (ASTRO-F) (Hideo Matsuhara et al., astro-ph/0605589, 23 May 2006)
Deep Hubble Space Telescope/ACS Observations of I Zw 18: A Young Galaxy in Formation (Yuri I. Izotov & Trinh X. Thuan, 21 Aug 2004) PDF
-- arXiv (astro-ph/0408391)
A deep wide-field sub-mm survey of the Carina Nebula complex (Thomas Preibisch et al., arXiv:1011.2904v1 [astro-ph.GA], 12 Nov 2010)
-- The Cool Clouds of Carina (ESO Photo Release eso1145, 16 Nov 2011)
Dense Stellar Systems as Laboratories for Fundamental Physics
(Piet Hut, astro-ph/0601232, 11 Jan 2006)
Detection of dark galaxies and circum-galactic filaments fluorescently illuminated at z=2.4 (Sebastiano Cantalupo et al., ESO preprint, 10 Jun 2012)
-- Dark Galaxies of the Early Universe Spotted for the First Time (ESO Science Release eso1228, 11 Jul 2012)
Developing new technologies for the study of stars and planets, their origins and fates (John D. Monnier Home Page, University of Michigan Experimental Astrophysics)
A Direct Measurement of Major Galaxy Mergers at z < 3 (Christopher J. Conselice et al., astro-ph/0306106, 5 Jun 2003, revised)
Discovery of a bright quasar without a massive host galaxy
(Pierre Magain et al., astro-ph/0509433, 15 Sep 2005)
The Discovery of the First "Changing Look" Quasar: New Insights into the Physics & Phenomenology of AGN (Stephanie M. LaMassa et al., arXiv:1412.2136 [astro-ph.GA], 5 Dec 2014)
-- Watching a Quasar Shut Down (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 26 Dec 2014)
Discovery of HE 1523-0901, a Strongly r-Process Enhanced Metal-Poor Star with Detected Uranium (Anna Frebel et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0703414v1, 15 Mar 2007)
Discovery of a Thorne-Zytkow object candidate in the Small Magellanic Cloud [HV 2112] (Emily M. Levesque et al., arXiv:1406.0001 [astro-ph.SR], 30 May 2014)
-- Hybrid Star Spotted in Small Magellanic Cloud (Maria Temming, Sky & Telescope, 18 Jun 2014)
Discovery of a very extended X-ray halo around a quiescent spiral galaxy - the "missing link" of galaxy formation (Kristian Pedersen et al., astro-ph/0511682, 23 Nov 2005, revised)
Discovery of an X-ray-Luminous Galaxy Cluster at z=1.4 (Christopher R. Mullis et al., astro-ph/0503004, 28 Feb 2005)
Dissolution of Globular Clusters (Holger Baumgardt, astro-ph/0605125, 4 May 2006)
The Distribution of Satellite Galaxies: The Great Pancake (Noam I. Libeskind et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0503400, 18 Mar 2005, revised)
Disturbed isolated galaxies: indicators of a dark galaxy population?
(I. D. Karachentsev et al., astro-ph/0602271, 13 Feb 2006)
Do extragalactic cosmic rays induce cycles in fossil diversity? (Mikhail V. Medvedev & Adrian L. Melott, astro-ph/0602092, 4 Feb 2006)
The Doubling of Stellar Black Hole Nuclei (Mhr V. Kazandjian & Jihad R. Touma, arXiv:1207.1108v1 [astro-ph.GA], 4 Jul 2012)
-- Andromeda Galaxy's Odd Double Core (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 23 Jul 2012)
Dust in the polar region as a major contributor to the IR emission of AGN (Sebastian F. Hoenig et al., arXiv:1306.4312 [astro-ph.CO], 18 Jun 2013)
-- Dusty Surprise Around Giant Black Hole (ESO Science Release eso1327, 20 Jun 2013)
The dusty torus in the Circinus galaxy: a dense disk and the torus funnel (Konrad R. W. Tristram et al., arXiv:1312.4534 [astro-ph.GA], 16 Dec 20113)
-- Dust in the Heart of Circinus (Emily Poore, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 28 Mar 2014)
Dwarf Galaxy Planes: the discovery of symmetric structures in the Local Group (Marcel S. Pawlowski et al., arXiv:1307.6210 [astro-ph.CO], 23 Jul 2013)
Dynamical age differences among coeval star clusters as revealed by blue stragglers (Franceso R. Ferraro et al., Nature, 20 Dec 2012) PDF
-- Stars Reveal the Secrets of Looking Young (ESO Science Release eso1252, 19 Dec 2012)
-- How to look young when you're not (ESA/Hubble Science Release heic1221, 19 Dec 2012)
Dynamic tides in rotating objects: orbital circularisation of extra solar planets for realistic planet models (Pavel B. Ivanov & J. C. B. Papaloizou, astro-ph/0512150, 6 Dec 2005)
The dynamical mass of a classical Cepheid variable star in an eclipsing binary system (Grzegorz Pietrzynski et al., Nature, 25 Nov 2010) PDF
-- Pulsating Star Mystery Solved (ESO Press Release, 24 Nov 2010)
The ecology of star clusters and intermediate mass black holes in the Galactic bulge (Simon Portegies Zwart et al., astro-ph/0511397, 14 Nov 2005, under the title 'The Galactic center welcomes black hole immigrants,' revised 5 Dec 2005)
The Edge of the M87 Halo and the Kinematics of the Diffuse Light in the Virgo Cluster Core (Michelle Doherty et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics ms., 3 Apr 2009) PDF
-- Giant Galaxy Messier 87 finally sized up (ESO Science Release 19/09, 20 May 2009)
The Effects of Rotation Rate on Deep Convection in Giant Planets with Small Solid Cores (Martha Evonuk & Gary A. Glatzmaier, astro-ph/0607584, 26 Jul 2006)
Effects of Secular Interactions in Extrasolar Planetary Systems (Fred C. Adams & Gregory Laughlin, astro-ph/0606346, 14 Jun 2006)
Eight billion years of disk galaxy evolution: no galaxy is an island (Eric F. Bell et al., astro-ph/0604407, 19 Apr 2006)
Ejection of Hyper-Velocity Stars from the Galactic Centre by Intermediate-Mass Black Holes (Holger Baumgardt et al., astro-ph/0607455, 19 Jul 2006)
Element abundances in the metal rich open cluster NGC6253 (Paola Sestito et al., astro-ph/0701182, 8 Jan 2007)
The Elongated Structure of the Hercules dSph from Deep LBT Imaging (Matthew G. Coleman et al., arXiv:0706.1669v1 [astro-ph], 12 Jun 2007)
EMU: Evolutionary Map of the Universe (Ray Norris, Australia Telescope National Facility)
-- EMU: Evolutionary Map of the Universe (ASKAP wiki page)
Energy input from quasars regulates the growth and activity of black holes and their host galaxies (Tiziana Di Matteo et al., astro-ph/0502199, 9 Feb 2005)
Escape of about five per cent of Lyman-alpha photons from high-redshift star-forming galaxies (Matthew Hayes et al., ESO preprint, 24 Mar 2010)
Evidence for AGN Feedback in the Broad Absorption Lines and Reddening of Mrk 231 (Karen M. Leighly et al., arXiv:1404.6795 [astro-ph.GA], 27 Apr 2014, revised)
-- Spotting a Nearby Quasar's Winds (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 19 May 2014)
-- Explained: Why many surveys of distant galaxies miss 90% of their targets (ESO Science Release eso1013, 24 Mar 2010)
European Network: Formation & Evolution of Galaxies
(Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge)
European Network: The Formation and Evolution of Galaxies
(MPA Galaxy Formation Group)
Evidence for an Interaction in the Nearest Starbursting Dwarf Irregular Galaxy IC 10 (David L. Niever et al., arXiv:1310.7573 [astro-ph.GA], 28 Oct 2013)
-- The Galaxy Collision Next Door (Ken Croswell, Scientific American, 22 Nov 2013)
Evidence for a Population of High-Redshift Submillimeter Galaxies from Interferometric Imaging (Joshua D. Younger et al., arXiv:0708.1020v1 [astro-ph], 7 Aug 2007)
-- Growing Up Fast in the Cosmos (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 10 Aug 2007)
An evolutionary disc model of the edge-on galaxy NGC 5907 (Andreas Just et al., astro-ph/0608196, 9 Aug 2006)
Evolution of Dust in Primordial Supernova Remnants: Can Dust Grains Formed in the Ejecta Survive and be Injected into the Early Interstellar Medium? (Takaya Nozawa et al., arXiv:0706.0383v1 [astro-ph], 4 Jun 2007)
Evolution of interstellar dust and stardust in the solar neighbourhood (Svitlana Zhukovska et al., arXiv:0706.1155v1 [astro-ph], 8 Jun 2007)
Evolution of the Obliquities of the Giant Planets in Encounters during Migration (Man Hoi Lee et al., astro-ph/0612330, 12 Dec 2006)
An excess of dusty starbursts related to the Spiderweb galaxy (Helmut Dannerbauer et al., arXiv:1410.3730 [astro-ph.GA], 14 Oct 2014)
-- Construction Secrets of a Galactic Metropolis (ESO Science Release eso1431, 15 Oct 2014)
Extremely alpha-Enriched Globular Clusters in Early-Type Galaxies: A Step towards the Dawn of Stellar Populations? (Thomas H. Puzia et al., astro-ph/0605210, 9 May 2006)
An extremely primitive halo star (Elisabetta Caffau et al., ESO, 25 Jul 2011) PDF
-- The Star That Should Not Exist (ESO Science Release eso1132, 31 Aug 2011)
Far-out Black Hole Hints (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 12 Apr 2012)
Fingerprint from the First Stars (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 21 Aug 2014)
The First Galaxies (Garth Illingworth et al., University of California, Santa Cruz)
The First Hyper-Luminous Infrared Galaxy Discovered by WISE (Peter R. M. Eisenhardt et al., arXiv:1208.5517v1 [astro-ph.CO], 27 Aug 2012)
First Light (Abraham Loeb, astro-ph/0603360, 14 Mar 2006)
First Stars (Alexander Heger)
First Stars / Population III (SolStation.com)
First Stars: Workshop on First Stars III
(Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jul 2007)
The Formation and Evolution of the Milky Way (Cristina Chiappini, American Scientist 89(6):506-15, Nov-Dec 2001)
The Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Placing Our Solar System in Context with Spitzer (Michael R. Meyer et al., astro-ph/0701058, 3 Jan 2007)
The formation of brown dwarfs (A. P. Whitworth & Simon P. Goodwin, astro-ph/0512436, 16 Dec 2005)
The formation of cluster elliptical galaxies as revealed by extensive star formation (Jason A. Stevens et al., 17 Sep 2003)
Formation of Globular Clusters in Hierarchical Cosmology: ART and Science (Oleg Y. Gnedin & Jose L. Prieto, astro-ph/0606169, 7 Jun 2006)
Formation of Supermassive Black Holes (Marta Volonteri, arXiv:1003.4404v1 [astro-ph.CO], 23 Mar 2010)
Formation of Supermassive Black Holes by Direct Collapse in Pregalactic Halos (Mitchell C. Begelman et al., astro-ph/0602363, 16 Feb 2006)
Forty-Seven Milky Way-Sized, Extremely Diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Cluster (Pieter van Dokkum et al., arXiv:1410.8141 [astro-ph.GA], 29 Oct 2014)
-- Dark Galaxies Discovered in Coma Cluster (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 19 Nov 2014)
Fossil AGN jets as ultra high energy particle accelerators (Gregory Benford & Ray J. Protheroe, arXiv:0706.4419 [astro-ph], 29 Jun 2007, revised)
-- Magnetic cocoons power energetic cosmic rays (Marcus Chown, New Scientist, 22 Oct 2007)
Frontier Fields (Brandon Lawton et al., Hubble Space Telescope)
Further Defining Spectral Type "Y" and Exploring the Low-mass End of the Field Brown Dwarf Mass Function (J. Davy Kirkpatrick et al., arXiv:1205.2122v1 [astro-ph.SR], 9 May 2012)
-- Failed Stars Oddly Rare (Stephen Craft, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 11 Jun 2012)
-- Brown Dwarfs Sparser than Expected (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 11 Jun 2012)
Galactic Chemical Evolution (Brad K. Gibson et al., astro-ph/0312255, 10 Dec 2003)
Galactic evolutionary path from primeval irregulars to present-day ellipticals (Masao Mori & Masayuki Umemura, astro-ph/0512424, 15 Dec 2005)
The Galactic Odd Couple (Kimberly Weaver, Scientific American 289:1:34-41, Jul 2003)
Galactic Open Clusters (Ted von Hippel, astro-ph/0509152, 6 Sep 2005)
A Galactic Center Origin for HE 0437-5439, the Hypervelocity Star near the Large Magellanic Cloud (Warren R. Brown et all., arXiv:1007.3493v1 [astro-ph.GA], 20 Jul 2010)
-- A Runaway Star [HE 0437-5439] with a Story To Tell (Alan MacRobert, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 18 Aug 2010)
Galactic Punctuated Equilibrium: How to Undermine Carter's Anthropic Argument in Astrobiology (Milan M. Cirkovic et al., arXiv:0912.4980v1 [astro-ph.EP], 30 Dec 2009; Astrobiology 9(5):491-501 (2009))
Galactic Rings (Ron Buta & Françoise Combes, Fundamentals of Cosmic Physics 17:95-281, 1996)
Galaxies (Cambridge Cosmology)
Galaxies at z~6: The UV Luminosity Function and Luminosity Density from 506 UDF, UDF-Ps, and GOODS i-dropouts (Rychard J. Bouwens et al., astro-ph/0509641, 21 Sep 2005, revised)
Galaxies Grow By Snacking (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 17 Jan 2014)
Galaxies on FIRE (Feedback In Realistic Environments): Stellar Feedback Explains Cosmologically Inefficient Star Formation (Philip F. Hopkins et al., arXiv:1311.2073 [astro-ph.CO], 8 Nov 2013)
GalaxSee Curriculum Resources (Shodor Education Foundation)
Galaxy Collisions - Dawn of a New Era (Curtis Struck, astro-ph/0511335, 10 Nov 2005)
Galaxy Dynamics and Cosmology Animations (John Dubinski)
Galaxy Formation (Eric Gawiser, astro-ph/0512384, 15 Dec 2005)
Galaxy Formation and Evolution: Recent Progress
(Richard S. Ellis, 3 Feb 2001)
Galaxy formation: Cosmic dawn (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment 497:7451, 29 May 2013)
-- Faint Portraits of First Galaxies Shed Light on Cosmic Dawn (Scientific American, 29 May 2013)
Galaxy Formation Group (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching)
Galaxy Formation In The Reionization Epoch As Hinted By Wide Field Camera 3 Observations Of The Hubble Ultra Deep Field (Haojing Yan et al., arXiv:0910.0077 [astro-ph.CO], 1 Oct 2009, revised)
Galaxy Hunters (Ron Cowen, National Geographic 203:2:2-29, Feb 2003)
Galaxy Zoo: CANDELS Barred Disks and Bar Fractions (Brooke D. Simmons et al., arXiv:1409.1214 [astro-ph.GA], 3 Sep 2014)
-- Citizen Scientists Probe Early Galaxies (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 29 Sep 2014)
Galaxy Zoo Green Peas: Discovery of A Class of Compact Extremely Star-Forming Galaxies (Carolin N. Cardamone et al., arXiv:0907.4155v1 [astro-ph.CO], 23 Jul 2009)
-- Galaxies Going Green (Ron Cowen, Science News, 28 Jul 2009)
GALEV Göttingen
GALEX Galaxy Evolution Explorer (Caltech)
-- NASA Decommissions Its Galaxy Hunter Spacecraft (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2013-211, 28 Jun 2013)
-- Good-bye to GALEX (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 29 Jun 2013)
GALEX Image Gallery (NASA)
GAMA | Galaxy And Mass Assembly (Simon Driver & Andrew Hopkins et al.)
-- Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): In Search of Milky-Way Magellanic Cloud Analogues (A. S. G. Robotham et al., arXiv:1208.4293v1 [astro-ph.CO], 21 Aug 2012)
-- Magellanic Clouds a Celestial Rarity (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 24 Aug 2012)
Gamma-ray production in young open clusters: Berk 87, Cyg OB2 and Westerlund 2 (Wlodek Bednarek, arXiv:0704.3517v1 [astro-ph], 26 Apr 2007)
Gas accretion as the origin of chemical abundance gradients in distant galaxies (Giovanni Cresci et al., arXiv:1010.2534v1 [astro-ph.CO], 12 Oct 2010)
-- Growing Galaxies Gently (ESO Science Release eso1040, 13 Oct 2010)
Gas accretion from minor mergers in local spiral galaxies (Enrico Di Teodoro & Filippo Fraternali, arXiv:1406.0856 [astro-ph.GA], 3 Jun 2014)
-- Question Reopened: How do Galaxies Grow? (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 5 Aug 2014)
Gas accretion on spiral galaxies: bar formation and renewal (Frédéric Bournaud & Françoise Combes, astro-ph/0206273, 17 Jun 2002)

Gemini Deep Deep Survey (Gemini Observatory)
GEMS: Galaxy Evolution from Morphology and SEDs
(Max-Planck-Institut für Astronomie)
-- Skywalkers (GEMs/SDF/UDF)
A "Genetic Study" of the Galaxy (ESO 34/06 - Science Release, 12 Sep 2006)
Ghostly Light From Dead Galaxies (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 30 Oct 2014)
The Ghost of Sagittarius and Lumps in the Halo of the Milky Way (Heidi Jo Newberg et al., astro-ph/0111095, 5 Nov 2001, revised)
Gigantic Explosions Buried in Dust (ESO Science Release eso1418, 11 Jun 2014)
Globular clusters and galaxy formation (Duncan A. Forbes, astro-ph/0605209, 8 May 2006)
Globular clusters with the extended horizontal-branch as remaining cores of galaxy building blocks (Young-Wook Lee et al., arXiv:0707.1705v1 [astro-ph], 11 Jul 2007)
GOODS: The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (ESO)
GOODS: The Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (STScI)
GRAVITAS: Animations of Galaxy Dynamics
(John Dubinski & John Farah, Toronto)
Green Bank Telescope observations of low column density HI around NGC 2997 and NGC 6946 (D. J. Pisano, arXiv:1312.3953 [astro-ph.GA], 13 Dec 2013)
-- An Intergalactic River of Hydrogen? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 28 Jan 2014)
Halton Arp, The Website of (Halton C. Arp, MPA-Garching)
Harvey's Web Page (Harvey B. Richer, University of British Columbia)
HD 140283: A Star in the Solar Neighborhood that Formed Shortly After the Big Bang (Howard E. Bond et al., arXiv:1302.3180 [astro-ph.SR], 13 Feb 2013)
-- Stellar Senior Citizen (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 19 Feb 2013)
Heavily Obscured Quasar Host Galaxies at z~2 are Disks, Not Major Mergers (Kevin Schawinski et al., arXiv:1206.4063v1 [astro-ph.CO], 18 Jun 2012)
-- How to Grow a Supermassive Black Hole (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 26 Jun 2012)
Herschel-ATLAS and ALMA: HATLAS J142935.3-002836, a lensed major merger at redshift 1.027 (Hugo Messias, arXiv:1406.4859 [astro-ph.GA], 18 Jun 2014)
-- Best View Yet of Merging Galaxies in Distant Universe (ESO Science Release eso1426, 26 Aug 2014)
Herschel detection explains the origin of water in a carbon star (ESA Science & Technology, 1 Sep 2010)
Herschel Measures Dark Matter for Star-Forming Galaxies (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2011-057, 16 Feb 2011)
Hervé Dole Home Page (University of Arizona)
Hierarchical Structure Formation and Modes of Star Formation in Hickson Compact Group 31 (Sarah C. Gallagher et al., arXiv:1002.3323v1 [astro-ph.CO], 17 Feb 2010)
-- Ancient Galaxies Finally Get Together (Julie Freydlin, Sky & Telescope News, 24 Feb 2010)
High Precision Abundances of the Old Solar Twin HIP 102152: Insights on Li Depletion from the Oldest Sun (TalaWanda R. Monroe et al., arXiv:1308.5744 [astro-ph.SR], 27 Aug 2013)
-- Oldest Solar Twin Identified (ESO Science Release eso1337, 28 Aug 2013)
The Hole Picture: Growth of Black Holes and Galaxies Linked from an Early Age (John Matson, Scientific American, 17 Jun 2011)
Hole's on First?: New Evidence Shows Black Hole Growth Preceding Galactic Formation (John Matson, Scientific American Weekly Review, 9 Jan 2011)
How Old is the Milky Way? VLT Observations of Beryllium in Two Old Stars Clock the Beginnings (ESO Press Release 20/04, 17 Aug 2004)
How Rare is the Bullet Cluster? (Eric Hayashi et al., astro-ph/0604443, 20 Apr 2006)
How to Make Black Hole Jets (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 12 Jun 2014)
How was the Hubble sequence 6 Gyrs ago? (Rodney Delgano-Serrano et al., arXiv:0906.2805 [astro-ph.CO], 15 Jun 2009, revised)
HR Diagram Description (Barry Kellett)
An HST Survey of the Mid-UV Morphology of Nearby Galaxies
(Rogier A. Windhorst et al., Arizona State University)
Hubble Finds That Dwarf Galaxies Formed More Than Their Fair Share of the Universe's Stars (HubbleSite News Release STScI-2014-25, 19 Jun 2014)
Hubble Goes Deep(est) Again (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 16 Dec 2009)
Hubble Sees Spiral Bridge of Young Stars Between Two Ancient Galaxies (HubbleSite News Release STScI-1014-26, 10 Jul 2014)
The Hubble sequence: just a vestige of merger events? (Francois Hammer et al., arXiv:0903.3962 [astro-ph.CO], 23 Mar 2009, revised)
Hubble's Long Look at Distant Galaxies (Ramin Skibba, Sky & Telescope, 19 Jan 2015)
Huge Black Holes May Hold Keys to Galaxy Formation (Marck Kaufman, Washington Post, 31 Oct 2007)
The Hydrogen Main Sequence Calculator (Martin D. Weinberg)
Hypervelocity intracluster stars ejected by supermassive black hole binaries (Kelly Holley-Bockelmann et al., astro-ph/0512344, 13 Dec 2005)
Hypervelocity Star Candidates in the SEGUE G & K Dwarf Sample (Lauren E. Palladino et al., arXiv:1308.3495 [astro-ph.GA], 15 Aug 2013, revised)
-- Stars at Galactic Escape Velocity (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 10 Jan 2014)
Identifying High Metallicity M Giants at Intragroup Distances with SDSS (Lauren E. Palladino et al., arXiv:1202.2152 [astro-ph.GA], 9 Feb 2013)
-- The Star as Starship (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 25 Nov 2013)
Identifying the Radio Bubble Nature of the Microwave Haze (Gregory Dobler, arXiv:1208.2690v1 [astro-ph.HE], 13 Aug 2012)
-- Milky Way's Black Hole Once Active (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 16 Aug 2012)
Imprint of primordial monster star found (Elizabeth Gibney, Nature News & Comment, 21 Aug 2014)
Improved kinematics for brown dwarfs and very low-mass stars in ChaI and a discussion of brown dwarf formation (Viki Joergens, astro-ph/0509462, 15 Sep 2005)
Infant galaxy offers tantalizing peek at early Universe (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment, 12 Apr 2012)
The Infrared Glow of First Stars (Ruben Salvaterra et al., astro-ph/0512403, 15 Dec 2005)
An Intensely Star-Forming Galaxy [Himiko] at z~7 with Low Dust and Metal Content Revealed by Deep ALMA and HST Observations (Masami Ouchi et al., arXiv:1306.3572 [astro-ph.CO], 15 Jun 2013, revised)
-- Triple Collision in Infant Galaxy (Emily Poore, Sky & Telescope, 2 Dec 2013)
Intense star formation within resolved compact regions in a galaxy at z=2.3 (ESO preprint, A. Mark Swinbank et al., 21 Mar 2010) PDF
-- APEX Snaps First Close-up of Star Factories in Distant Universe (ESO Press Release eso1012, 21 Mar 2010)
Jennifer L. Hoffman (UC Berkeley)
Jim Geach (Astrophysics Group, McGill University)
John Dubinski (CITA)
Ka Chun's Research Links (Ka Chun Yu)
The LABOCA Survey of the Extended Chandra Deep Field South: Clustering of submillimetre galaxies (Ryan C. Hickox et al., arXiv:1112.0321v1 [astro-ph.GA], 1 Dec 2011)
-- The Wild Early Lives of Today's Most Massive Galaxies (ESO Science Release eso1206, 25 Jan 2012)
The largest oxygen bearing organic molecule repository (Miguel Angel Requena-Torres et al., arXiv:0709.0542v1 [astro-ph], 5 Sep 2007)
LEDA 074886: A remarkable rectangular-looking galaxy (Alisterr W. Graham et al., arXiv:1203.3608v1 [astro-ph.CO] , 16 Mar 2012)
-- An Emerald-Cut Diamond in the Rough (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 27 Mar 2012)
Leos Ondra's Home Page
The lithium isotopic ratio in very metal-poor stars (Karin Lind et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics 554 A96, 10 Jun 2013)
-- Universe's Lithium Problem A Bit Better (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 17 Jun 2013)
Lives and Deaths of Stars (Nick Strobel, Astronomy Notes)
-- Contents
Low-mass galaxy assembly in simulations: regulation of early star formation by radiation from massive stars (Sebastian Trujillo-Gomex et al., arXiv:1311.2910 [astro-ph.CO], 12 Nov 2013, revised)
Luminosity Functions and Star Formation Rates at z~6-10: Galaxy Buildup in the Reionization Age (Rychard J. Bouwens & Garth D. Illingworth, astro-ph/0510697, 25 Oct 2005, revised)
Mark Krumholz's Web Page (Princeton University)
MASSIV (Mass assembly survey with SINFONI in VVOS)
-- The Feeding Habits of Teenage Galaxies (ESO Science Release eso1212, 14 Mar 2012)
Mass Loss and Evolution of Stars and Star Clusters: a Personal Historical Perspective (Henny J. G. L. M. Lamers, arXiv:0704.3159v1 [astro-ph], 24 Apr 2007)
A mature cluster with X-ray emission at z=2.07 (Raphael Gobat et al., ESO, 24 Feb 2011) PDF
-- The Most Distant Mature Galaxy Cluster (ESO Science Release eso1108, 9 Mar 2011)
The Merger of the Milky Way and Andromeda Galaxies
(John Dubinski, SDSC Blue Horizon Simulations)
Mergers (Pieter van Dokkum et al.)
Metallicity Gradient of a Lensed Face-on Spiral Galaxy at Redshift 1.49 (Tian-Tian Yuan et al., arXiv:1103.3277 [astro-ph.CO], 16 Mar 2011, revised)
-- Do spiral galaxies form from the inside out? (Ken Crosswell, Physics World, 12 Apr 2011)
Metallicities on the Double Main Sequence of omega Centauri Imply Large Helium Enhancement (Giampaolo Piotto et al., astro-ph/0412016, 1 Dec 2004)
Metal-Rich Globular Clusters: an Unaccounted Factor Responsible for Their Formation? (Valery V. Kravtsov, astro-ph/0605109, 3 May 2006)
Mid-Infrared Selection of AGN with the Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer. I. Characterizing WISE-Selected AGN in COSMOS (Daniel Stern et al., arXiv:1205.0811v1 [astro-ph.CO], 3 May 2012)
The Milky Way Project (Zooniverse)
Millennium Simulation (Volker Springel et al., MPA Galaxy Formation Group, Garching)
The mixed chemistry phenomenon in Galactic Bulge PNe (Letter by J. V. Perea-Calderon et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics 495:2, February IV 2009)
-- Galactic Dust Bunnies Found to Contain Carbon After All (Raphael Rosen, Spitzer Newsroom, 12 Mar 2009)
A model for the Globular Cluster extreme anomalies (Francesca D'Antona & P. Ventura, arXiv:0705.3401v1 [astro-ph], 23 May 2007)
The Monitor project: Rotation of low-mass stars in the open cluster NGC 2516 (Jonathan Irwin et al., astro-ph/0702518, 20 Feb 2007)
The Morphological Evolution of Galaxies (Roberto G. Abraham & Sidney vand den Bergh, Science (5533) 293:1273-8, 17 Aug 2001)

The Most Distant X-ray Massive Galaxy Cluster: XMMU J2235.3-2557 z=1.4 (Christopher R. Mullis)
The most metal-rich intervening quasar absorber known (C. Peroux et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics Press Release, Feb 2006) PDF
-- The Invisible Galaxies That Could Not Hide (ESO 06/06 - Science Release, 15 Feb 2006)
MPA Galaxy Formation Group (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
MUSE sneaks a peek at extreme ram-pressure stripping events. I. A kinematics study of the archetypal galaxy ESO 137-001 (Michele Fumagalli et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society; ESO preprint, 29 Jul 2014) PDF
-- MUSE Reveals True Story Behind Galactic Crash (ESO Science Release eso1437, 10 Nov 2014)
NASA's WISE Survey Uncovers Millions of Black Holes (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release, 29 Aug 2012)
The New Galaxy: Signatures of its Formation (Ken Freeman & Joss Bland-Hawthorn, astro-ph/0208106, 6 Aug 2002)
The new infrared view of evolved stars in I Zw 18 (G. Östlin & Mouhcine, Astronomy & Astrophysics, 9 Nov 2004) PDF
The NIR Ca II triplet at low velocity: Search for extremely low-metallicity stars in classical dwarf galaxies (Else Starenburg et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 10 Feb 2010) PDF
-- No Place to Hide: Missing Primitive Stars Outside Milky Way Uncovered (ESO Science Release - eso1007, 17 Feb 2010
NSF's South Pole Telescope Discovers a Galaxy Cluster [SPT ClJ 2344-4243, the "Phoenix Cluster"] Creating Stars at a Record Pace (US National Science Foundation Press Release 12-152, 15 Aug 2012)
-- Massive Galaxy Cluster Finally Acts as Predicted (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 15 Aug 2012)
Nuclear Activity in Nearby Galaxies (Luis C. Ho, ARAA, 46:475-539, 1988; arXiv:0803.2268v1 [astro-ph], 15 Mar 2008)
Nuclear Astrophysics 1957-2007: Beyond the First Fifty Years (conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of B2FH, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, 23-27 Jul 2007)
The obscuration by dust of most of the growth of supermassive black holes (Alejo Martinez-Sansigre et al., astro-ph/0505486, 24 May 2005, revised)
Observational Extragalactic Astronomy & Cosmology (Durham)
Observational templates of star cluster disruption. The stellar group NGC 1901 in front of the Large Magellanic Cloud (Giovanni Carraro et al., astro-ph/0701758, 26 Jan 2007)
Observations Supporting the Existence of an Intrinsic Magnetic Moment Inside the Central Compact Object Within the Quasar Q0957+561 (Rudolph E. Schild et al., astro-ph/0505518, 25 May 2005, revised)
Old Metal-rich Globular Cluster Populations: Peak Color and Peak Metallicity Trends with Mass of Host Spheroids (Valery V. Kravtsov, arXiv:0705.2246v1 [astro-ph], 15 May 2007)
The old open clusters Berkeley 32 and King 11 (Monica Tosi et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0550, 4 Apr 2007)
Old open clusters in the inner Galaxy: FSR1744, FSR89 and FSR31 (Charles Bonatto & Eduardo Bica, arXiv:0707.1984v1 [astro-ph], 13 Jul 2007)
On the accretion origin of a vast extended stellar disk around the Andromeda galaxy (Rodrigo A. Ibata et al., astro-ph/0504164, 6 Apr 2005)
1E 0657-56: NASA Finds Direct Proof of Dark Matter
(Chandra Photo Album, 21 Aug 2006)
I Zw 18 revisited with HST/ACS and Cepheids: New Distance and Age (Alessandra Aloisi et al., arXiv:0707.2371v1 [astro-ph], 16 Jul 2007)
-- Youthful-looking galaxy conceals ancient stars (Maggie McKee, New Scientist, 16 Oct 2007)
On the Origin of the High Helium Sequence in ω Centauri (André Maeder & Georges Meynet, astro-ph/0601425, 19 Jan 2006)
On the Origin of the Kinematical Differences Between the Stellar Halo and the Old Globular Cluster System in the Large Magellanic Cloud (Kenji Bekki, arXiv:0707.2188v1 [astro-ph], 15 Jul 2007)
On the Origin of Mass--Metallicity Relations, Blue Tilts, and Scaling Relations for Metal-poor Globular Cluster Systems (Kenji Bekki et al., astro-ph/0702088, 3 Feb 2007)
On water ice formation in interstellar clouds (Renaud Papoular, astro-ph/0507137, 6 Jul 2005)
Organic Molecules in the Galactic Center. Hot Core Chemistry without Hot Cores (Miguel Angel Requena-Torres et al., astro-ph/0605031, 1 May 2006)
The origin and chemical evolution of carbon in the Galactic thin and thick disks (Thomas Bensby & S. Feltzing, astro-ph/0601130, 6 Jan 2006)
The Origin of the Brightest Cluster Galaxies (John Dubinski, 1998)
The origin of the double main sequence in Omega Centauri: Helium enrichment due to gas fueling from its ancient host galaxy? (Kenji Bekki & John E. Norris, astro-ph/0512385, 15 Dec 2005)
The Origin of the Hubble Sequence in Lambda-CDM Cosmology (Andrew J. Benson & Nick Devereux, arXiv:0911.4480 [astro-ph.CO], 23 Nov 2009, revised)
Our Growing, Breathing Galaxy (Bart P. Wakker & Philipp Richter, Scientific American 290:1:38-47, Jan 2004)
Oxygen abundances in the Galactic Bulge: evidence for fast chemical enrichment (Manuela Zoccali et al., astro-ph/0609052, 1 Sep 2006, revised)
The PAH Emission Deficit In Low-Metallicity Galaxies - A Spitzer View (Brian O'Halloran et al., astro-ph/0512404, 15 Dec 2005)
Phil Armitage (Philip J. Armitage, University of Colorado)
Pieces of the puzzle: Ancient substructure in the Galactic disk (Amina Helmi et al., astro-ph/0505401, 19 May 2005, revised)
Planck Intermediate Results. IX. Detection of the Galactic haze with Planck (Planck Collaboration, arXiv:1208.5483 [astro-ph.GA], 27 Aug 2012)
-- Dark-matter hope fades in microwave haze (Colin Stuart, Physics World, 10 Sep 2012)
-- Milky Way Blew Bubbles (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 14 Sep 2012)
The preferred direction of infalling satellite galaxies in the Local Group (Noam I. Libeskind et al., arXiv:1010.1531 [astro-ph.CO], 7 Oct 2010)
Probing the birth of the first quasars with the future far infrared mission (Mathew James Page, astro-ph/0508035, 1 Aug 2005)
The QSO HE0450-2958: Scantily dressed or heavily robed? A normal quasar as part of an unusual ULIRG (Knud Jahnke et al., arXiv:0906.0365v1 [astro-ph.CO], 1 Jun 2009)
-- Black Hole Caught Zapping Galaxy into Existence? (ESO 46/09 - Science Release, 30 Nov 2009)
The Quasar Main Sequence (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 10 Sep 2014)
Quasars and Galactic Nuclei,a Half-Century Agitated Story
(Suzy Collin, astro-ph/0604560, 27 Apr 2006)
RAVE: RAdial Velocity Experiment (Potsdam)
RAVE: RAdial Velocity Experiment (Swinburne)
Rebuilding Spiral Galaxies - Major Observing Programme Leads to New Theory of Galaxy Formation (François Hammer et al., ESO Press Release 01/05, 13 Jan 2005)
Recent Star Formation in the Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream (Dana I. Casetti-Dinescu et al., arXiv:1403.0517 [astro-ph.GA], 3 Mar 2014)
-- Young Stars Lead the Magellanic Stream (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 18 Mar 2014)
Reconstructed Density and Velocity Fields from the 2MASS Redshift Survey (Pirin Erdogdu et al., astro-ph/0610005, 29 Sep 2006)
Resolved Stellar Populations at the Distance of Virgo
(Eline Tolstoy, astro-ph/0604065, 4 Apr 2006)
Rest-Frame Optical Spectra of Three Strongly Lensed Galaxies at z~2 (Kevin N. Hainline et al., arXiv:0906.2197v1 [astro-ph.CO], 11 Jun 2009)
-- Galaxies Going Green (Ron Cowen, Science News, 28 Jul 2009)
Review on low-mass stars and brown dwarfs (Gilles Chabrier et al., astro-ph/0509798, 27 Sep 2005)
The Riddle of Cooling Flows in Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies (Proceedings of conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, 31 May - Jun 4 2003, ed. T. H. Reiprich et al.)
The Role of Primordial Kicks on Black Hole Merger Rates
(Miroslav Micic et al., astro-ph/0512123, 5 Dec 2005)
The rotation of very low-mass stars and brown dwarfs (Jochen Eisloeffel & Alexander Scholz, arXiv:0708.1479v1 [astro-ph], 10 Aug 2007)
Runaway Massive Binaries and Cluster Ejection Scenarios (M. Virginia McSwain et al., astro-ph/0701002, 29 Dec 2006)
A Science Vision for European Astronomy (ed. P.T. de Zeeuw & F.J. Molster, ASTRONET, 21 Sep 2007) PDF
-- A Grand Vision for European Astronomy (ESO Press Release, 28 Sep 2007)
The Search for the Missing Baryons at Low Redshift (Joel N. Bregman, arXiv:0706.1787v1 [astro-ph], 12 Jun 2007)
Secular evolution versus hierarchical merging: galaxy evolution along the Hubble sequence, in the field and rich environments (Françoise Combes, astro-ph/0406306, 13 Jun 2004)
17 new very low-mass members in Taurus. The brown dwarf deficit revisited (Sylavain Guieu et al., astro-ph/0509317, 13 Sep 2005)
Shocked Molecular Hydrogen in the 3C 326 Radio Galaxy System (Patrick Ogle et al., arXiv:0707.0896v1 [astro-ph], 6 Jul 2007)
-- To Catch a Galactic Thief (Whitney Clavin, Spitzer Space Telescope, 17 Oct 2007)
Shrinking binary and planetary orbits by Kozai cycles with tidal friction (Daniel Fabrycky & Scott Tremaine, arXiv:0705.4285v1 [astro-ph], 30 May 2007)
Signatures of the M31-M32 Galactic Collision (Marion Dierickx et al., arXiv:1405.3990 [astro-ph.GA], 15 May 2014, revised)
-- Galactic collision gave Andromeda its arms (Katia Moskvitch, Nature News & Comment, 3 Jun 2014)
Simulating the joint evolution of quasars, galaxies and their large-scale distribution (Volker Springel et al., astro-ph/0504097, 5 Apr 2005, revised)
Simulations of the Magellanic Stream in a First Infall Scenario (Gurtina Besla et al., arXiv:1008.2210v1 [astro-ph.GA], 12 Aug 2010)
A single low-energy, iron-poor supernova as the source of metals in the star SMSS J 031300.36-670839.3 (Stefan C. Keller et al., rXiv:1402.1517 [astro-ph.SR], 6 Feb 2014)
-- The Purest Star Tells an Ancient Tale (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 20 Feb 2014)
Singular Sources of Energy in Stars and Planets (Boris E. Zhilyaev, arXiv:0706.2504v1 [astro-ph, 17 Jun 1007)
SLACS (The Sloan Lens ACS survey)
The Sloan Lens ACS Survey. I. A Large Spectroscopically Selected Sample of Massive Early-Type Lens Galaxies (Adam S. Bolton et al., astro-ph/0511453, 15 Nov 2005)
The Solar Neighborhood XXXII. The Hydrogen Burning Limit (Sergio B. Dietrich et al., arXiv:1312.1736 [astro-ph.SR], 5 Dec 2013)
-- NOAO/SOAR: Where do stars end and brown dwarfs begin? (National Optical Astronomy Observatory Press Release NOAO 13-11, 9 Dec 2013)
-- Brown Dwarfs at the Boundary (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 10 Dec 2013)
-- New Cutoff for Star Sizes (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 23 Dec 2013)
-- A Star at the Edge of Eternity (Ken Croswell, Scientific American, 10 Jan 2014)
SpaceWarps (a Zooniverse project)
Spectroscopic Identification of Massive Galaxies at z~2.3 with Strongly Suppressed Star Formation (Mariska Friek et al., astro-ph/0608446, 21 Aug 2006)
The speed of the 'bullet' in the merging galaxy cluster 1E0657-56 (Volker Springel & Glennys Farrar, arXiv:astro-ph/0703232, 12 Mar 2007)
Spiral Galaxies Exist -- But Why? (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 16 Feb 2010)
Spitzer Detection of PAH and Silicate Dust Features in the Mid-Infrared Spectra of z~2 Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies (Lin Yan et al., astro-ph/0504336, 14 Apr 2005)
Starburst-AGN Connection from High Redshift to the Present Day
(Yoshiaki Taniguchi, 8 Nov 2002)
Starburst and Galaxy Evolution (Daniel Schaerer, STScI)
A star cluster at the edge of the Galaxy (Jan Brand & J. G. A. Wouterloot, astro-ph/0702541, 20 Feb 2007)
The Star Cluster Population of M51: III. Cluster disruption and formation history (Mark Gieles et al., astro-ph/0506066, 2 Jun 2005, revised)
Star clusters as diaries of galaxies (Thomas Maschberger & P. Kroupa, arXiv:0706.1447v1 [astro-ph], 11 Jun 2007)
Star clusters in the solar neighborhood: a solution to Oort's problem (H. J. G. L. M. Lamers & Mark Gieles, astro-ph/0702166, 6 Feb 2007)
Starry, Starry, Starry Night (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 2 Dec 2010)
Star-Shredder's Brief Pulse (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 2 Aug 2012)
A Stellar Correlation: Spin and Age (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 13 Jan 2015)
Stellar Evolution (Chandra Educational Materials)
Stellar Evolution and Death (NASA's Observatorium)
Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis
Stellar Evolution Database (Geneva Observatory)
Stellar Evolution Modeling (Alexander Heger)
Stellar Evolution Simulation (Terry Herter, Astronomy 101/103, Cornell University)
Stellar Evolution -- Top Level Page
Stellar Tidal Streams in Spiral Galaxies of the Local Volume: A Pilot Survey with Modest Aperture Telescopes (David Martinez-Delgado et al., arXiv:1003.4860 [astro-ph.CO], 25 Mar 2010)
-- Spirals eat dwarfs: Galactic tendrils shed light on evolution of spiral galaxies (MPIA Oranizational Press Release 2010-09-07, 7 Sep 2010)
Stephan's Quintet: A Multi-galaxy Collision
(C. Kevin Xu, astro-ph/0601084, 4 Jan 2006)
Sterrewacht Leiden: Theory Group
Steve Giddings on Black Hole production (Tommaso Dorigo, A Quantum Diaries Survivor, 7Jul 2007)
Submillimeter Follow-up of WISE-Selected Hyperluminous Galaxies (Jingwen Wu et al., arXiv:1208.5518v1 [astro-ph.CO], 27 Aug 2012)
Substellar Objects in Nearby Young Clusters (SONYC) IV: A census of very low mass objects in NGC1333 (Aleks Scholz et al., arXiv:1110.1639v1 [astro-ph.SR], 7 Oct 2011)
-- Building the Brown Dwarf Census (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 17 Oct 2011)
Substellar Objects in Nearby Young Clusters (SONYC) V: New brown dwarfs in rho Ophiuchi (Koraljka Muzic et al., arXiv:1110.1640v1 [astro-ph.GA], 7 Oct 2011)
A Successful Targeted Search for Hypervelocity Stars (Warren R. Brown et al., astro-ph/0601580, 25 Jan 2006)
Sun Loses Lithium with Age (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 1 Sep 2013)
Super-solar Metal Abundances in Two Galaxies at z ~ 3.57 revealed by the GRB 090323 Afterglow Spectrum (Sandra Savaglio et al.,arXiv:1110.4642v1 [astro-ph.CO], 20 Oct 2011)
-- VLT Observations of Gamma-ray Burst Reveal Surprising Ingredients of Early Galaxies (ESO Science Release eso1143, 2 Nov 2011)
Super Star Cluster NGC1705-1: A Local Analogue to the Birthsite of Long-duration Gamma-ray Bursts (Hsiao-Wen Chen et al., arXiv:0706.2364v1 [astro-ph], 15 Jun 2007)
A Swarm of Ancient Stars [globular cluster Messier 107] (ESO News Release eso1048, 8 Dec 2010)
Swinburne Cosmology & Galaxy Formation Group
(Melbourne, Australia)
[B2FH] Synthesis of the Elements in Stars (E. Margaret Burbidge et al., Reviews of Modern Physics 29(4):547-650, Oct 1957) PDF
Testing general relativity and probing the merger history of massive black holes with LISA (Emanuele Berti et al., gr-qc/0504017, 5 Apr 2005, revised)
Theoretical Isochrones (G. Bertelli et al.)
Three clusters of the SMC from ACS/WFC HST archive data: NGC 265, K~29 and NGC 290 and their fields (E. Chiosi & Antonella R. Vallenari, astro-ph/0702281, 10 Feb 2007)
Tidal disruption and the tale of three clusters (Guido De Marchi et al., astro-ph/0702021, 1 Feb 2007)
Tracing mixing in stars: new beryllium observations of the open clusters NGC 2516, Hyades, and M67 (Sofia Randich et al., arXiv:0705.2330v1 [astro-ph], 16 May 2007)
The transiting exoplanet host star GJ 436: a test of stellar evolution models in the lower main sequence, and revised planetary parameters (Guillermo Torres, arXiv:0710.4883v1 [astro-ph], 25 Oct 2007)
Turbulent Structure of a Stratified Supernova-Driven Interstellar Medium (M. K. Ryan Joung et al., astro-ph/0601005, 31 Dec 2005)
Turning Planetary Theory Upside Down (eso1016 - Science Release, 13 Apr 2010)
-- Orbits of some exoplanets turn planetary theory upside down (Astronomy, 13 Apr 2010)
-- Wrong-way Planets Confound Theorists (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 13 Apr 2010)
Tycho 2 stars with infrared excess in the MSX Point Source Catalogue (Andrew J. Clarke et al., astro-ph/0508453, 22 Aug 2005, revised)
UKIDSS | The UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey
(Steve Warren, UK Infrared Telescope)
The UKIDSS Ultra-Deep Survey (Omar Almaini et al., UKIRT Infrared Deep Sky Survey)
Uncovering CDM halo substructure with tidal streams (Rodrigo A. Ibata et al., astro-ph/0110690, 31 Oct 2001)
Understanding Galaxy Formation and Evolution (Vladimir Avila-Reese, astro-ph/0605212, 9 May 2006)
Universe in a Box: Formation of Large-Scale Structure
(Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics)
The Universe's Invisible Hand (Christopher J. Conselice, Scientific American 296:2:34-41, Feb 2007)
UV Bright Globular Clusters in M87: More Evidence for Super-helium-rich Stellar Populations? (Sukyoung Yi et al., astro-ph/0703198, 9 Mar 2007)
The Virgo Cluster of Galaxies in the Making
(ESO Press Release 24/04, 22 Oct 2004)
Visualizations (Adrian M. Price-Whelan)
Void Statistics in Large Galaxy Redshift Surveys: Does Halo Occupation of Field Galaxies Depend on Environment? (Jeremy L. Tinker et al., arXiv:0707.3445v1 [astro-ph], 23 Jul 2007)
-- Dark Matter is Missing From Cosmic Voids (Nancy Atkinson, Universe Today, 17 Aug 2008)
-- SDSS News Release, 17 Aug 2008)
Warm Dust and Spatially Variable PAH Emission in the Dwarf Starburst Galaxy NGC 1705 (John M. Cannon et al., astro-ph/0604604, 28 Apr 2006)
The Water Vapor Spectrum of APM 08279+5255: X-Ray Heating and Infrared Pumping over Hundreds of Parsecs (C. M. Bradford et al., arXiv:1106.4301 [astro-ph.CO], , 21 Jun 2011, revised)
-- Astronomers Find Largest, Most Distant Reservoir of Water [APM 08279+5255] (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Press Release, 22 Jul 2011)
-- Water in the Distant Universe (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 27 Jul 2011)
Why Galaxies Delay Star Birth (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 February 2014)
Why haven't loose globular clusters collapsed yet? (Guido De Marchi et al., astro-ph/0701613, 22 Mar 2007)
Window To The Stars (Robert G. Izzard & Evert Glebbeek, astro-ph/0607611, 27 Jul 2006)
The XMM-Newton Wide Field Survey in the Cosmos Field: Redshift Evolution of AGN Bias and Subdominant Role of Mergers in Triggering Moderate Luminosity AGN at Redshift Up to 2.2 (Viola Allevato et al., ESO PDF, 3 May 2011) PDF
-- Identity Parade Clears Cosmic Collisions of the Suspicion of Promoting Black Hole Growth (heic1101 -- Science Release, 5 Jan 2011)
X-ray discovery of a dwarf-galaxy galaxy collision (Gordon P. Garmire, arXiv:1308.0728 [astro-ph.CO], 3 Aug 2013)
-- "Smoking Gun" from Galactic Smashup? (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 14 Aug 2013)
X-ray emission of brown dwarfs: Towards constraining the dependence on age, luminosity, and temperature (Beate Stelzer et al., astro-ph/0511168, 7 Nov 2005)
X-ray Properties of the Central kpc of AGN and Starbursts: The Latest News from Chandra (Kimberly A. Weaver, 30 Aug 2001)
A Young Massive Stellar Population Around the Intermediate Mass Black Hole ESO 243-49 HLX-1 (S. A. Farrell, arXov:110.651v3 [astro-ph.CO], 10 Jan 2012) PDF
-- Black Hole Flags Galactic Collision (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 21 Feb 2012)

See also Relativity and Cosmology


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Protostars and Star Formation


ALMA Observations of the HH 46/47 Molecular Outflow (Hector G. Arce et al., arXiv:1304.0674 [astro-ph.SR], 2 Apr 2013, revised)
-- ALMA Takes Close Look at Drama of Starbirth (ESO Photo Release eso1336, 20 Aug 2013)
Alyssa Goodman's Home Page (Alyssa A. Goodman)
Ammonia in Infrared Dark Clouds (Thushara Pillai et al., astro-ph/0601078, 4 Jan 2006)
The Arecibo Methanol Maser Galactic Plane Survey--I: Data (Jagadheep D. Pandian et al., astro-ph/0702147, 6 Feb 2007)
Artemis (APEX)
ArTeMiS bolometer array (CEA Saclay)
Be stars and binaries in the field of the SMC open cluster NGC330 with VLT-FLAMES (Christophe Martayan et al., arXiv:0706.4426v1 [astro-ph], 29 Jun 2007)
The Birth of Stars (NASA's Observatorium)
The brightest stars of the sigma Orionis cluster (J. A. Caballero, astro-ph/0701067, 3 Jan 2007)
Brown dwarf formation by binary disruption (Simon P. Goodwin & Ant Whitworth, astro-ph/0703106, 6 Mar 2007)
Brown dwarf formation by gravitational fragmentation of massive, extended protostellar discs (Dimitris Stamatellos et al., arXiv:0708.2827v1 [astro-ph], 21 Aug 2007)
ALMA Observations of the Galactic Center: SiO Outflows and High Mass Star Formation near Sgr A* (Farhad Yusef-Zadeh et al., arXiv:1303.3403 [astro-ph.GA], 14 Mar 2013)
-- Can Stars Form in our Galaxy's Center? (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 3 Apr 2013)
Cardiff Star Formation Group
The Center for Star Formation Studies (CSFS Home Page)
CfA Star Formation/Interstellar Medium Group Home Page
(Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
The Chemistry of Star Forming Regions (David A. Williams & Thomas W. Hartquist, UK Accounts of Chemical Research 32:334-41, 1999)
A CH3CN and HCO+ survey towards southern methanol masers associated with star formation (Cormac R. Purcell et al., astro-ph/0512589, 23 Dec 2005)
Collapse and Fragmentation of Magnetic Molecular Cloud Cores with the Enzo AMR MHD Code. II. Prolate and Oblate Cores (Alan P. Boss & S. A. Keiser, arXiv:1408.2479 [astro-ph.SR], 11 Aug 2014)
-- The Emergence of Solitary Stars (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 9 Oct 2014)
Cool dust and baby stars (Steve Eales, Physics World, 3 Jan 2013)
"Coreshine" in a Cloud's Black Heart (Julie Freydlin, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 7 Oct 2010)
Crashing Comets Explain Surprise Gas Clump Around Young Star (ESO Science Release eso1408, 6 Mar 2014)
The Detailed Star Formation History in the Spheroid, Outer Disk, and Tidal Stream of the Andromeda Galaxy (Thomas M. Brown et al., astro-ph/0607637, 28 Jul 2006)
Detectability of dirty dust grains in brown dwarf atmospheres (Christiane Helling et al., astro-ph/0603341, 14 Mar 2006)
Detection of the simplest sugar, glycolaldehyde, in a solar-type protostar with ALMA (Jes K. Jorgensen et al., arXiv:1208.5498v1 [astro-ph.SR], 27 Aug 2012)
-- Sweet Result from ALMA: Building blocks of life found around young star (ESO Science Release eso1234, 29 Aug 2012)
Discovery of a Bipolar Outflow from 2MASSW J1207334-393254, A 24 Jupiter Mass Brown Dwarf (Emma T. Whelan et al., astro-ph/0703112, 6 Mar 2007)

Elemental Abundances of Solar Sibling Candidates (I. Ramirez et al., arXiv:1405.1723 [astro-ph.SR], 7 May 2014)
-- Sun's Sibling Found (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope, 13 May 2014)
ESO Star Formation Newsletter
European Star & Planet Formation Network (ESFON)
The Formation and Evolution of Young Stellar Clusters
(Mark McCaughrean, EC Research Training Network)
Formation History of Stars and Star Clusters in Nearby Galaxies (Soeren S. Larsen et al., astro-ph/0701697, 24 Jan 2007)
The Formation of Brown Dwarfs (Anthony Whitworth et al., astro-ph/0602367, 16 Feb 2006)
The Formation of Clusters of Stars and Brown Dwarfs
(Matthew R. Bate, University of Exeter)
Formation of Cosmic Dust Bunnies (Lorin S. Matthews et al., astro-ph/0701385, 12 Jan 2007)
Formation of the First Stars (Volker Bromm, astro-ph/0509354, 13 Sep 2005)
The Formation of Low-Mass-Protostars and Proto-Brown Dwarfs (Jochen Eislöffel & Jürgen Steinacker, astro-ph/0701525, 18 Jan 2007)
The Formation of Massive Star Systems by Accretion (Mark R. Krumholz et al., Science 323:754-7, 15 Jan 2009; arXiv:0901.3157v1 [astro-ph.SR], 20 Jan 2009)

FOST | LAOG Star Formation's Home Page (Grenoble)
Galactic Birth Control: Unknown Factor Prevents Star Formation (Andrea Thompson, Space.com, 2 Oct 2006)
A General Catalogue of Herbig-Haro Objects (Bo Reipurth)
Global collapse of molecular clouds as a formation mechanism for the most massive stars (Nicolas Peretto et al., ESO Science Papers, 24 Apr 2013) PDF
-- ALMA Prenatal Scan Reveals Embryonic Monster Star (ESO Science Release eso1331, 10 Jul 2013)
The Habitable Epoch of the Early Universe (Abraham Loeb, arXiv:1312.0613 [astro-ph.CO], 2 Dec 2013, revised)
-- Habitability Around Ancient Stars (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 4 February 2014)
A Herschel and APEX Census of the Reddest Sources in Orion: Searching for the Youngest Protostars (Amelia M. Stutz et al., arXiv:1302.1203 [astro-ph.SR], 5 Feb 2013)
A Herschel and APEX Census of the Reddest Sources in Orion: Searching for the Youngest Protostars (Amelia M. Stutz et al., The Astrophysical Journal 767:36 (32pp), 10 Apr 2013) PDF
-- Orion's Hidden Fiery Ribbon (ESO Photo Release eso1321, 15 May 2013)
-- Aging Telescope Finds Baby Stars (Phil Unsworth, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 9 Apr 2013)
Hier ist wahrhaftig ein Loch im Himmel [Truly there is a hole in the sky here!] - The NGC 1999 dark globule is not a globule (Thomas Stanke et al., arXiv:1005.2202 [astro-ph.GA], 12 May 2010)
-- Setting the Dark on Fire (ESO Photo Release eso1304, 23 Jan 2013)
High Excitation Compact HII Regions in the Magellanic Clouds - Current HST Projects (Mohammad Heydari-Malayeri et al., Paris Observatory)
High-Redshift Gamma-Ray Bursts from Population III Progenitors
(Volker Bromm & Abraham Loeb, astro-ph/0509303, 12 Sep 2005)
A hot compact dust disk around a massive young stellar object [IRAS 13481-6124] (Stefan Kraus et al., ESO, Jul 2010) PDF
-- Unravelling the Mystery of Massive Star Birth: All Stars are Born the Same Way (eso1029 - Science Release, 15 Jul 2010)
-- Meet the Titans: Dust Disk Found Around Massive Star (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release, 14 Jul 2010)
-- All Stars are Born the Same Way: VLTI and APEX observations reveal the mystery of massive star birth (Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, Bonn, 15 Jul 2010)
Hubble Space Telescope NICMOS Polarization Measurements of OMC-1 (Janet P. Simpson et al., astro-ph/0601077, 4 Jan 2006)
The infrared environments of masers associated with star formation (James M. De Buizer, arXiv:0704.3900v1 [astro-ph], 30 Apr 2007)
An Integrated Picture of Star Formation, Metallicity Evolution, and Galactic Stellar Mass Assembly (L. L. Cowie & A. J. Barger, arXiv:0806.3457v1 [astro-ph], 20 Jun 2008)
Investigating the Nature of the Dust Emission around Massive Protostar NGC 7538 IRS 1: Circumstellar Disk and Outflow? (James M. De Buizer & Vincent Minier, astro-ph/0506474, 20 Jun 2005)
Is our Sun a Singleton? (Daniel Malmberg et al., arXiv:0709.3101v1 [astro-ph], 19 Sep 2007)
James M. De Buizer (Gemini Observatory)
Ka Chun's Star Formation Page (Ka Chun Yu)
Keivan Stassun (Vanderbilt University)
Lithopanspermia in Star Forming Clusters (Fred C. Adams & David N. Spergel, arXiv:astro-ph/0504648, 29 Apr 2005)
The lost siblings of the Sun (Simon Portegies Zwart, arXiv:0903.0237v1 [astro-ph.GA], 2 Mar 2009)
Low-Mass Runaway Stars from the Orion Trapezium Cluster
(Arcadio Poveda et al., astro-ph/0506002, 31 May 2005)

Luisa's Research (Luisa M. Rebull)
The Lupus Clouds (Fernando Comeron, ESO Science Paper, 17 Jul 2008) PDF
-- Light from the Darkness (ESO Photo Release eso1303, 16 Jan 2013)
The massive star initial mass function of the Arches cluster (Pablo Espinoza et al., arXiv:0903.2222 [astro-ph.GA], 12 Mar 2009, revised)
Mass segregation in very young open clusters -- A case study of NGC 2244 and NGC 6530 (Li Chen et al., arXiv:0706.2723v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jun 2007)
Michael R. Meyer: Star Formation
Montreal Star Formation Group
Multi-object Spectroscopy of Young Star Clusters in NGC 4676 (Li-Hsin Chien et al., astro-ph/0703510, 19 Mar 2007, revised)
The multiplicity of the subgiant branch of Omega Centauri: Evidence for prolonged star formation (Sandro Villanova et al., astro-ph/0703208, 9 Mar 2007)
The nearest young moving groups (J. Lopez-Santiago et al., astro-ph/0601573, 25 Jan 2006)
Near-Infrared Light Curves of the Brown Dwarf Eclipsing Binary 2MASS J05352184–0546085: Can Spots Explain the Temperature Reversal? (Yilen Gomez Maqueo Chew & Keivan G. Stassun, arXiv:0905-0491v1, 4 May 2009) PDF
-- How Did the Brown Dwarf Get Its Spots? (Johannes Hirn, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 21 May 2009)
A New Population of Young Brown Dwarfs (Kelle L. Cruz et al., astro-ph/0702034, 1 Feb 2007)
NGC 346 in the Small Magellanic Cloud. IV. Triggered Star Formation in the H II Region N 66 (Dimitrios A. Gouliermis et al., 8 Aug 2008) PDF
-- Born from the Wind - Unique Multi-wavelength Portrait of Star Birth (ESO Photo Release 34/08, 8 Oct 2008)
-- Stellar Work of Art (NASA Spitzer image, 8 Oct 2008)
NGST Star and Planet Formation Study Group (Sarah Splitek)
Not Alone: Tracing the Origins of Very Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs Through Multiplicity Studies (Adam J. Burgasser et al., astro-ph/0602122, 6 Feb 2006)
Observing Star-Formation From the Interstellar Medium to Star-Forming Cores (Alyssa A. Goodman, 1999)
The Onset of Massive Star Formation: The Evolution of Temperature and Density Structure in an Infrared Dark Cloud (Cara Battersby et al., arXiv:1405.3286 [astro-ph.GA], 13 May 2014)
-- Cooking Up High-Mass Stars (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 4 Jun 2014)
Optical Outflows in the R Coronae Australis Molecular Cloud [NGC 6729] (Hongchi Wang et al., Astrophysical Journal 617:1191-1203, 20 Dec 2004) PDF
-- The Drama of Starbirth (ESO Photo Release eso1109, 16 Mar 2011)
The Origin of Episodic Accretion Bursts in the Early Stages of Star Formation (E. I. Vorobyov & Shantanu Basu, astro-ph/0510014, 1 Oct 2005)
Origins of Stars (Tom Kuiper, DSN Radio Astronomy)

The Orion Nebula: The Jewel in the Sword
(VLT ISAAC, ESO PR Photos 03a-d/01)
-- Unofficial Annotated Version (Mark McCaughrean)
-- Orion Seen with HST (ST-ECF)
Orion Nebula Research (Doug Johnstone)
Orphan Stars Found in Long Galaxy Tail (Chandra Press Release, 20 Sep 2007)
-- Twinkle, Twinkle, Lonely Stars (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 21 Sep 2007)
Oscillating Blue Stragglers, gamma Doradus stars and eclipsing binaries in the open cluster NGC2506 (Torben Arentoft et al., astro-ph/0703111, 6 Mar 2007)
Overluminous Blue Horizontal Branch Stars Formed by Low Mass Companions (Noam Soker & Amos Harpaz, astro-ph/0701528, 18 Jan 2007)
A pair of brown dwarfs provide new insights into star formation (David F. Salisbury et al., Vanderbilt Exploration, 16 Mar 2006)
Photodissociation of organic molecules in star-forming regions II: Acetic acid (Sergio Pilling et al., astro-ph/0512561, 22 Dec 2005)
Polychromatic View of Intergalactic Star Formation in NGC 5291 (Médéric Boquien et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0703002v1, 1 Mar 2007)
-- NGC5291 Numerical Simulation (Pierre-Alain Duc, Institute for Astrophysics, Gottingen)
The Physics Driving the Cosmic Star Formation History (Joop Schaye et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 402(3):1536-60, 10 Mar 2010; pub. online 15 Dec 2009)
Pre-main sequence stars in open clusters. I. The DAY-I catalogue (Antonio Jesus Delgado et al., astro-ph/0703367, 14 Mar 2007)
The Recurrent Eclipse of an Unusual Pre--Main-Sequence Star in IC 348 (S. Nordhagen et al., astro-ph/0606501, 20 Jun 2006)
Relative velocities among accreting planetesimals in binary systems: the circumprimary case (Philippe Thebault et al., astro-ph/0602046, 2 Feb 2006)

A resolved outflow of matter from a Brown Dwarf (Emma Whelan et al., astro-ph/0506485, 21 Jun 2005)
PMS (Pre-Main Sequence) Evolution Tracks
(Francesca D'Antona & Italo Mazzitelli)
RCW 49 at Mid-IR Wavelengths: A GLIMPSE from the Spitzer Space Telescope (E. Churchwell et al., Astrophysical Journal Letters, Jun 2004) PDF
The RMS (Red MSX Source) Survey (Leeds University)
Rotational Evolution of Solar-Like Stars in Clusters from Pre-Main Sequence to Main Sequence: Empirical Results (William Herbst & R. Mundt, astro-ph/0508009, 30 Jul 2005)
Rotation in Young Stars (Luisa M. Rebull et al.)
A search for interstellar anthracene toward the Perseus anomalous microwave emission region (S. Iglesias-Groth et al., arXiv:1005.4388v1 [astro-ph.GA], 24 May 2010)
Searching for proto-brown dwarfs: Extending near IR spectroscopy of protostars below the hydrogen burning limit (Kevin R. Covey et al., astro-ph/0510153, 5 Oct 2005)
A sensitive survey for water maser emission towards Bok globules using the Robledo 70m antenna (Jose F. Gomez et al., astro-ph/0606087, 5 Jun 2006, revised)
Shining Starlight on the Dark Cocoons of Star Birth (Whitney Clavin & Guy Webster, JPL News Release 201-211, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, 23 Sep 2010)
Silicate Emission Profiles from Low-Mass Protostellar Disks in the Orion Nebula: Evidence for Growth and Thermal Processing of Grains (R. Y. Shuping et al., astro-ph/0605174, 5 May 2006)
S Ori J053825.4-024241: A Classical T Tauri-like object at the substellar boundary (J. A. Caballero et al., astro-ph/0509613, 20 Sep 2005)
Spectroscopic rotational velocities of brown dwarfs (Maria Rosa Zapatero Osorio et al., astro-ph/0603194, 8 Mar 2006)
Spitzer and Magellan Observations of NGC 2264: A Remarkable Star Forming Core Near IRS-2 (Erick T. Young et al., Astrophysical Journal 642:2:972-8, 10 May 2006; arXiv:astro-ph/0601300v1, 13 Jan 2006)
The Starburst-Driven Molecular Wind in NGC 253 and the Suppression of Star Formation (Alberto D. Bolatto et al., ESO Science Paper, Nature, 25 Jul 2013) PDF
-- Starburst to Star Bust (ESO Science Release eso1334, 24 Jul 2013)
Star Cluster [NGC 3603 in Carina] Bursts into Life in New Hubble Image (Hubble News Release, 2 Oct 2007)
-- Extreme star cluster in new Hubble images (ESA Portal, 3 Oct 2007)
Star Date: M83 (Bill Blair et al.)
Star Formation (Larry Bogan)

Star Formation & the Interstellar Medium
(Harvard AY97 Student's ISM/SF Site)
Star Formation and Young Stars (Landessternwarte Heidelberg Star Formation Research Group)
Star Formation: Dynamically Contracting Magnetic Cloud Core
(Michael Norman, NCSA)
Star Formation Group of the Arcetri Astrophysical Observatory
The Star Formation History of the Solar Neighbourhood from the White Dwarf Luminosity Function (Nicholas Rowell, arXiv:1306.4195 [astro-ph.GA], 18 Jun 2013)
-- Sneaky Star Dating (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 28 Jun 2013)
Star formation in young star cluster NGC 1893 (Saurabh Sharma et al., arXiv:0707.0269v1 [astro-ph], 2 Jul 2007)
Star formation surveys with Herschel-PACS/SPIRE (Frederique Motte et al., HOBYS/Herschel Key Programme)
The Starwomb Project: Monad to Nomad (Daniel Wolf Savin et al. & Barbara Yontz)
-- Columbia Researches Shed Light on Birth of the First Stars (Columbia University Research News, 1 Jul 2010)
--A Star Is Born ... But How? (US National Science Foundation (NSF) Press Release 10-111, 1 Jul 2010)
Telescopes versus Microscopes: the puzzle of Iron-60 (Jonathan P. Williams, arXiv:0808.2506v1 [astro-ph], 19 Aug 2008)
Tom's Home of the First Star (Tom Abel)
Trapping Alien Dust (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 6 Jun 2013)
Triggered Star Formation Web Site (Harri Vanhala et al.)
A Triple Main Sequence in the Globular Cluster NGC 2808 (G. Piotto et al., astro-ph/0703767, 29 Mar 2007)

The T Tauri Phase Down to Nearly Planetary Masses: Echelle Spectra of 82 Very Low Mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs (Subhanjoy Mohanty et al., astro-ph/0502155, 8 Feb 2005)
Twelve Powers of Ten: An ab initio Simulation of the Formation of the First Stars in the Universe (Tom Abel et al.)
24-micron Detections of Disks around Very Low-mass Stars and Brown Dwarfs in IC 348: Grain Growth/Settling and Inner Holes? (James Muzerolle et al., astro-ph/0603104, 3 Mar 2006)
Understanding our Origins: Star Formation in H II Region Environments (J. Jeff Hester & Steven J. Desch, astro-ph/0506190, 9 Jun 2005)
The Variability and Rotation of Pre-main Sequence Stars in IC 348: Does Intracluster Environment Influence Stellar Rotation? (S. Nordhagen et al., astro-ph/0606428, 18 Jun 2006)
Variability in the Lambda Orionis cluster substellar domain (David Barrado y Navascues et al., astro-ph/0510402, 13 Oct 2005)
The Violent, Mysterious Dynamics of Star Formation (Adam Frank, Discover, Feb 2009, online 26 Mar 2009)
VISTA Captures Celestial Cat's Hidden Secrets (eso1017 - Photo Release, 21 Apr 2010)
A VLT/NACO Study of Star Formation in the Massive Embedded Cluster RCW 38 (K. L. DeRose et al., arXiv:0904.3279v1 [astro-ph.SR], 21 Apr 2009)
-- A Look into the Hellish Cradles of Suns and Solar Systems (ESO Photo Release ESO 29/09, 19 Aug 2009)
VMC Survey (The VISTA near-infrared YJKs survey of the Magellanic System)
-- Ambitious Survey Spots Stellar Nurseries (eso1033 - Photo Release, 11 Aug 2010)
Whims of an Accreting Young Brown Dwarf: Exploring Emission Line Variability of 2MASSW J1207334-393254 (Alexander Scholz et al., astro-ph/0507122, 6 Jul 2005)
An XMM-Newton view of the young open cluster NGC 6231 III. Optically faint X-ray sources (Hugues Sana et al., astro-ph/0703104, 6 Mar 2007)
X-Ray Bursts (Alexander Heger)
X-raying the Beating Heart of a Newborn Star: Rotational Modulation of High-energy Radiation from V1647 Ori (Kenji Hamaguchi et al.,arXiv:1207.0570v1 [astro-ph.SR], 3 Jul 2012)
-- Baby Star's Hot Birthmarks (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 Jul 2012)
Young, Low-Mass Brown Dwarfs with Mid-Infrared Excesses (Katelyn N. Allers et al., astro-ph/0602249, 10 Feb 2006, revised)
The Young Star Cluster Group at the University of Sheffield
(Richard de Grijs et al.)
The Young Star Cluster System in the Antennae: Evidence for a Turnover in the luminosity function (Peter Anders et al., astro-ph/0702413, 15 Feb 2007)
Young Stars Aren't So Young (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 19 Dec 2011)
Young Stars Cooking in the Prawn Nebula (ESO Photo Release eso1340, 18 Sep 2013)
Young Stars Home Page (CfA)
Young Stars Paint Spectacular Stellar Landscape (ESO Photo Release, 13 Nov 2013)


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Circumstellar Disks and Planetary Evolution


On the origin and evolution of the solar system, see Origin and Evolution of the Solar System.

Accretion Disks around Young Stars: Lifetimes, Disk Locking and Variability (Ray Jayawardhana et al., astro-ph/0605601, 23 May 2006)
Accretion in protoplanetary disks: the imprint of core properties
(C. P. Dullemond et al., astro-ph/0605336, 13 May 2006)
Accretion of Terrestrial Planets from Oligarchs in a Turbulent Disk (Masahiro Ogihara et al., astro-ph/0612619, 21 Dec 2006)
ALMA observations of rho-Oph 102: grain growth and molecular gas in the disk around a young Brown Dwarf (Luca Ricci et al., arXiv:1211.6743 [astro-ph.SR], 28 Nov 2012)
-- Even Brown Dwarfs May Grow Rocky Planets (ESO Science Release eso1248, 30 Nov 2012)
-- Making Planets Around Brown Dwarfs (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 Dec 2012)
-- Brown Dwarf Results Promising for Planets (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 7 Dec 2012)
ALMA Minds the (Planet-Forming) Gap (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 2 Jan 2013)
-- ALMA Sheds Light on Planet-Forming Gas Streams (ESO Science Release eso1301, 2 Jan 2013)
Analytical protostellar disk models 1: the effect of internal dissipation and surface irradiation on the structure of disks and the location of the snow line around Sun-like stars (Pascale Garaud & Douglas N. C. Lin, astro-ph/0605110, 3 May 2006)
An ancient extrasolar system with five sub-Earth-size planets (T. L. Campante et al., arXiv:1501.06227 [astro-ph.EP], 26 Jan 2015)
-- Ancient planets are almost as old as the universe (Lisa Grossman, New Scientist, 27 Jan 2015)
-- Small Planets, Ancient Star (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 28 Jan 2015)
-- Ancient Five-Planet System Found (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 29 Jan 2015)
Applying the Titius-Bode Rule to Exoplanet Systems (Jon Voisey, Universe Today, 27 Jul 2011)
Apsidal Behavior Among Planetary Orbits: Testing the Planet-Planet Scattering Model (Rory Barnes & Richard Greenberg, astro-ph/0703027, 1 Mar 2007)
Are Debris Disks and Massive Planets Correlated? (Amaya Moro-Martin et al., astro-ph/0612242, 9 Dec 2006)
Are extrasolar oceans common throughout the Galaxy? (David Ehrenreich & Arnaud Cassan, arXiv:0704.3024v1 [astro-ph], 23 Apr 2007)
Are Planetary Systems Filled to Capacity? Conjectures on Order and Chaos among the Worlds (Steven Soter, American Scientist 95(5):414-21, Sep-Oct 2007)
-- Part 1 (Astronomy Magazine, 13 Aug 2007)
-- Part 2 (Astronomy Magazine, 20 Aug 2007)
Are SMBHs shrouded by "super-Oort" clouds of comets and asteroids? (Sergei Nayakshin et al., arXiv:1109.1217 [astro-ph.CO], 6 Sep 2011; revised)
-- The Fate of Planets Near Galactic Center (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 1 Nov 2011)
The Asymmetric Thermal Emission of Protoplanetary Disk Surrounding HD 142527 Seen by Subaru/COMICS (Hideaki Fujiwara et al., astro-ph/0701808, 29 Jan 2007)
Atmospheric Mass Loss During Planet Formation: The Importance of Planetesimal Impacts (Hilke Schlichting et al., arXiv:1406.6435 [astro-ph.EP], 25 Jun 2014, revised)
-- Atmospheric Turmoil on the Early Earth (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams,4 Dec 2014)
BD+48 740 - Li overabundant giant star with a planet. A case of recent engulfment? (M. Adamow et al., arXiv:1206.4938v1 [astro-ph.SR], 21 Jun 2012)
-- First Evidence Discovered of Planet's Destruction by Its Star (news release, Eberly College of Science, PennState, 20 Aug 2012)
-- A Planet Engulfed by a Red Giant? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 23 Aug 2012)
Birth and fate of hot-Neptune planets (Isabelle Baraffe et al., astro-ph/0512091, 5 Dec 2005)
Born Again Protoplanetary Disk Around Mira B (Michael J. Ireland et al., astro-ph/0703244, 10 Mar 2007)
Braking the Gas in the beta Pictoris Disk (Rodrigo Fernandez et al., astro-ph/0601244, 11 Jan 2006)
Bright Localized Near-Infrared Emission at 1-4 AU in the AB Aurigae Disk Revealed by IOTA Closure Phases (Rafael Millan-Gabet et al., astro-ph/0606059, 2 Jun 2006)
Bright X-ray flares in Orion young stars from COUP: evidence for star-disk magnetic fields? (Fabio Favata, astro-ph/0506134, 7 Jun 2005)
Can giant planets form by gravitational fragmentation of discs? (Dimitris Stamatellos & Anthony P. Whitworth, arXiv:0709.0966v1 [astro-ph], 6 Sep 2007)
Can Planets survive Stellar Evolution? (Eva Villaver & Mario Livio, astro-ph/0702724, 27 Feb 2007)
Can Terrestrial Planets Form in Hot-Jupiter Systems? (Martyn J. Fogg & Richard P. Nelson, arXiv:0710.3730v1 [astro-ph], 19 Oct 2007)
Cassini States with Dissipation: Why Obliquity Tides Cannot Inflate Hot Jupiters (Daniel C, Fabrycky et al., astro-ph/0703418, 16 Mar 2007)
Cavity opening by a giant planet in a protoplanetary disc and effects on planetary migration (Aurelian Crida & A. Morbidelli, astro-ph/0703151, 7 Mar 2007)
Characterization of Dusty Debris Disks: the IRAS and Hipparcos Catalogs (Joseph H. Rhee et al., astro-ph/0609555, 19 Sep 2006, revised)
Characterizing the Cool KOIs IV: Kepler-32 as a prototype for the formation of compact planetary systems throughout the Galaxy (Jonathan J. Swift et al., arXiv:1301.0023 [astro-ph.EP], 31 Dec 2012)
Planets Everywhere You Turn (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 4 Jan 2013)
Characterizing the disk around the TW Hydrae Association brown dwarf 2MASSW J1207334-393254 (Basmah Riaz & John E. Gizis, astro-ph/0702442, 16 Feb 2007)
Chemical Change in a Protoplanetary Disk (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 19 Feb 2014)
-- A Drastic Chemical Change Occurring in Birth of Planetary System: Has the Solar System also Experienced it? (Nami Sakai & Satoshi Yamamoto, Press Release, University of Tokyo, 10 Feb 2014) PDF
-- Commentary on the press release (Masaaki Hiramatsu, ALMA NAOJ, 13 Feb 2014)
The Chemical Composition of an Extrasolar Minor Planet (B. Zuckerman et al., arXiv:0708.0198v1 [astro-ph], 1 Aug 2007)
The chemical diversity of exo-terrestrial planetary debris around white dwarfs (Boris T. Gaensicke et al., arXiv:1205.0167v1 [astro-ph.EP], 1 May 2012)
-- Four white dwarf stars caught in the act of consuming 'earth-like' exoplanets (University of Warwick Press Release, 3 May 2012)
-- Planetary Annihilation around White Dwarfs (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 7 May 2012)
The Chemical Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks (Edwin A. Bergin et al., astro-ph/0603358, 14 Mar 2006)
Chemistry and line emission of outer protoplanetary disks
(Inga Kamp et al., astro-ph/0509643, 21 Sep 2005)
The chemistry of multiply deuterated molecules in protoplanetary disks. I. The outer disk (Karen Willacy, astro-ph/0701484, 16 Jan 2007)
Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk (Alexander N. Krot et al., eds, ASP Conference Series Vol. 341; Proceedings of Conference held on Kaua'i, Hawaii, Nov 2005)
The circumbinary disk of HD 98800 B: Evidence for disk warping (Rachel L. Akeson et al., arXiv:0708.2390v1 [astro-ph], 17 Aug 2007)
Circumbinary Planets: A New Class of Systems? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 16 Jan 2012)
The circumstellar disc around the Herbig AeBe star HD169142
(W. R. F. Dent et al., astro-ph/0511261, 9 Nov 2005)
Circumstellar Disk Learning Site (Paul Kalas)
Circumstellar material in the Vega inner system revealed by CHARA/FLUOR (Olivier Absil et al., astro-ph/0604260, 12 Apr 2006)
Circumstellar Disks in pre-Main Sequence Stars
(Antonella Natta, 20 Apr 2003)
Circumstellar discs in the young sigma Orionis cluster
(J. M. Oliveira et al., astro-ph/0603262, 10 Mar 2006)
Circumstellar Dust Created by Terrestrial Planet Formation in HD 113766 (Carey M. Lisse et al., arXiv:0710.0839v1 [astro-ph], 3 Oct 2007)
-- Star System 'Just Right' for Building an Earth (Linda Vu, Spitzer Science Center, 3 Oct 2007)
-- APL Astronomer Spies Conditions 'Just Right' for Building an Earth (JHU Applied Physics Lab Press Release, 3 Oct 2007)
Circumstellar Dust Disks in Taurus-Auriga: The Submillimeter Perspective (Sean M. Andrews & Jonathan P. Williams, astro-ph/0506187, 8 Jun 2005)
The Circumstellar Environments of Young Stars at AU Scales
(Rafael Millan-Gabet et al., astro-ph/0603554, 21 Mar 2006)
Close encounters in young stellar clusters: implications for planetary systems in the solar neighbourhood (Daniel Malmber et al., astro-ph/0702524, 20 Feb 2007)
Cloud fragmentation and proplyd-like features in HII regions imaged by HST (Orsola De Marco et al., astro-ph/0602545, 24 Feb 2006)
Cometary Dust Around Beta Pictoris (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 4 Oct 2012)
The compact circumstellar material around OH 231.8+4.2
(Mikako Matsuura et al., astro-ph/0606576, 23 Jun 2006)
A compact dusty disk around the Herbig Ae star HR 5999 resolved with VLTI / MIDI (Thomas Preibisch et al., astro-ph/0607497, 21 Jul 2006)
A companion candidate in the gap of the T Cha tranisitonal disk (N. Huelamo et al., ESO, Astronomy & Astrophysics ms. no. tc7, 2 Feb 2011) PDF
A comparative study of disc-planet interaction (Miguel de Val-Borro et al., astro-ph/0605237, 9 May 2006)
Condensation temperature trends among stars with planets
(Guillermo Gonzalez, astro-ph/0512222, 8 Dec 2005)
Constraints on the mass of a habitable planet with water of nebular origin (Masahiro Ikoma & Hidenori Genda, astro-ph/0606117, 6 Jun 2006)
A correlation between the heavy element content of transiting extrasolar planets and the metallicity of their parent stars (Tristan Guillot et al., astro-ph/0605751, 31 May 2006)
The Cosmic Coincidence as a Temporal Selection Effect Produced by the Age Distribution of Terrestrial Planets in the Universe (Charles H. Lineweaver & Chas A. Egan, astro-ph/0703429, 16 Mar 2007)
Cosmochemistry from Nanometers to Light-Years (G. Jeffrey Taylor, Planetary Science Research Discoveries, 31 Jan 2006)
Cryptoplanet update (Robert L. Kurucz, arXiv:0704.2860v1 [astro-ph], 22 Apr 2007)
Crystalline silicates as a probe of disk formation history
(C. P. Dullemond et al., astro-ph/0602154, 7 Feb 2006)
Dead Zones and Extrasolar Planetary Properties (Soko Matsumura & Ralph E. Pudritz, astro-ph/0509508, 16 Sep 2005, revised)
A Debris Disk around the Central Star of the Helix Nebula? (Kate Y. L. Su et al., astro-ph/0702296, 11 Feb 2007)
A DEBRIS Disk Around The Planet Hosting M-star GJ581 Spatially Resolved with Herschel (J.-F. Lestrade et al., arXiv:1211.4898 [astro-ph.EP], 20 Nov 2012)
Debris disks in main sequence binary systems (David E. Trilling et al., astro-ph/0612029, 1 Dec 2006)
Debris Disks in NGC 2547 (Nadya Gorlova et al., arXiv:0707.2827v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jul 2007)
A decreased probability of habitable planet formation around low-mass stars (Sean N. Raymond et al., arXiv:0707.1711v1 [astro-ph], 11 Jul 2007)
Deep Spitzer spectroscopy of the 'Flying Saucer' edge-on disk: Large grains beyond 50 AU (Klaus Martin Pontoppidan et al., astro-ph/0702394, 14 Feb 2007)
The density of mid-sized Kuiper belt object 2002 UX25 and the formation of the dwarf planets (Michael E. Brown, arXiv:1311.0553 [astro-ph.EP], 4 Nov 2013)
-- Astronomers surprised by large space rock less dense than water (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment, 13 Nov 2013)
Detailed Abundances of Planet-Hosting Wide Binaries. I. Did Planet Formation Imprint Chemical Signatures in the Atmospheres of HD 20782/81? (Claude E. Mack III et al., arXiv:1404.1967 [astro-ph.EP], 7 Apr 2014)
-- Astronomers identify signature of Earth-eating stars (David Salisbury, Vanderbilt University Research News, 16 May 2014)
-- A New Marker for Planet Formation (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 20 May 2014)
Detecting a rotation in the epsilon Eridani debris disc (Christopher Poulton et al., astro-ph/0606588, 23 Jun 2006)
Detection of [Ne II] Emission from Young Circumstellar Disks (Ilaria Pascucci et al., astro-ph/0703616, 23 Mar 2007)
Detection of warm molecular hydrogen in the circumstellar disk around the Herbig Ae star HD97048 (Claire Martin-Zaidi et al., arXiv:0707.4060v1 [astro-ph], 27 Jul 2007)
Deuterated H$_3^+$ in proto-planetary disks (Cecilia Ceccarelli & Carsten Domini, astro-ph/0506254, 11 Jun 2005)
The development of a protoplanetary disk from its natal envelope (Dan M. Watson et al., Nature 448:1026-8, 30 Aug 2007; abstract)
-- Embryonic Solar System Assembly Seen for the First Time (Lois H. Gresh, University of Rochester News Release, 29 Aug 2007)
-- Water Vapor Seen 'Raining Down' on Young Star System (Spitzer Press Release, 29 Aug 2007)
Diffusive Migration of Low-Mass Proto-planets in Turbulent Disks
(Kristen Menou et al., astro-ph/0603235, 9 Mar 2006)
Direct Detection of a (Proto)Binary-Disk System in IRAS 20126+4104 (T. K. Sridharan et al., astro-ph/0508342, 15 Aug 2005, revised)
Disc orientations in pre-main-sequence multiple systems. A study in southern star formation regions (Jean-Louis Monin et al., astro-ph/0509362, 13 Sep 2005)
Discovery of an 86 AU Radius Debris Ring Around HD 181327 (Glenn Schneider et al., astro-ph/0606213, 8 Jun 2006)
Discovery of the Fomalhaut C debris disc (Grant M. Kennedy et al., (arXiv: 1312.5315v1 [astro-ph.EP]. 18 Dec 2013) PDF
-- Cometary Clues to the Fomalhaut System? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 20 Dec 2013)
Discovery of a Nearly Edge-On Disk Around HD 32297
(Glenn Schneider et al., astro-ph/0507355, 14 Jul 2005)
Discovery of a Planetary-Mass Brown Dwarf with a Circumstellar Disk (Kevin L. Luhman et al., astro-ph/0511807, 29 Nov 2005)
A Disk Census for Young Brown Dwarfs (Ray Jayawardhana et al., astro-ph/0305412, 22 May 2003)
Disk Detective (Marc Kuchner (PI) et al., NASA)
-- Citizen Scientists Explore Exoplanet Origins (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 30 Jan 2015)
Disk eccentricity and embedded planets (Wilhelm Kley & Gerben Dirksen, astro-ph/0510393, 13 Oct 2005)
Disk Detective (Marc Kuchner (PI) et al., NASA)
-- NASA-Sponsored 'Disk Detective' Lets Public Search for New Planetary Nurseries - (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2014-032, 30 Jan 2014)
Disk Evolution in Young Binaries: from Observations to Theory
(Jean-Louis Monin et al., astro-ph/0604031, 3 Apr 2006)
The Disk Fractions of Brown Dwarfs in IC 348 and Chamaeleon I
(Kevin L. Luhman et al., astro-ph/0510664, 22 Oct 2005)
A disk of dust and molecular gas around a high-mass protostar
(Nimesh A. Patel et al., astro-ph/0509637, 21 Sep 2005)
Disk-Planet Interactions During Planet Formation (J. C. B. Papaloizou et al., astro-ph/0603196, 8 Mar 2006)
Disks around Brown Dwarfs and Cool Stars (Daniel Apai et al., astro-ph/0702286, 10 Feb 2007)
Disks around young stars with VLTI/MIDI (Roy van Boekel et al., astro-ph/0607387, 17 Jul 2006)
Dispersal of planets hosted in binaries, transitional members of multiple star systems (Francesco Marzari, arXiv:0707.0590v1 [astro-ph], 4 Jul 2007)
A Dispersed Heterodyne Design for the Planet Formation Imager (PFI) (Michael J. Ireland & John D. Monnier, arXiv:1407.7036 [astro-ph.IM], 25 Jul 2014)
-- A Dramatic Upgrade for Interferometry (Ashley Baldwain, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 15 Aug 2014)
The Dust and Gas Around beta Pictoris (Christine H. Chen et al., arXiv:0705.3023v1 [astro-ph], 21 May 2007)
Dust Dynamics and Surface Brightness Profiles of Debris Disks: The Case of AU Mic (Linda E. Strubbe & Eugene I. Chiang, astro-ph/0510527, 18 Oct 2005)
Dust flow in gas disks in the presence of embedded planets (Sijme-Jan Paardekooper & G. Mellema, astro-ph/0603132, 6 Mar 2006)
Dust in Proto-Planetary Disks: Properties and Evolution
(A. Natta et al., astro-ph/0602041, 2 Feb 2006)
Dust outflows and inner gaps generated by massive planets in debris disks (Amaya Moro-Martin & Renu Malhotra, astro-ph/0506674, 27 Jun 2005)
The dust, planetesimals and planets of HD 38529 (Amaya Moro-Martin et al., arXiv:0706.3368v1 [astro-ph], 22 Jun 2007)
Dust settling in local simulations of turbulent protoplanetary disks (Sebastien Fromang & J. Papaloizou, astro-ph/0603153, 7 Mar 2006)
Dust Size Growth and Settling in a Protoplanetary Disk (Hideko Nomura & Yoshitsugu Nakagawa, astro-ph/0601013, 1 Jan 2006)
Dynamical Outcomes of Planet-Planet Scattering (Sourav Chatterjee et al., astro-ph/0703166, 7 Mar 2007)
Dynamics of Exozodiacal Clouds (M. Kuchner et al., arXiv:0707.1280v1 [astro-ph], 9 Jul 2007)
Early Evolution of Stellar Groups and Clusters: Environmental Effects on Forming Planetary Systems (Fred C. Adams et al., astro-ph/0512330, 13 Dec 2005)
The Eccentricity Distribution of Extrasolar Planets (Mario Juric & S. Tremaine, astro-ph/0703160, 7 Mar 2007)
The Eccentricity-Mass Distribution of Exoplanets: Signatures of Different Formation Mechanisms? (Ignasi Ribas & Jordi Miralda-Escude, astro-ph/0606009, 1 Jun 2006)
EF Cha: Warm Dust Orbiting a Nearby 10 Myr Old Star (Joseph H. Rhee et al., arXiv:0706.1265 [astro-ph], 8 Jun 2007, revised)
The effect of magnetic fields on the formation of circumstellar discs around young stars (Daniel J. Price & Matthew R. Bate, arXiv:0705.1096v1 [astro-ph], 8 May 2007)
The Effects of Metallicity and Grain Size on Gravitational Instabilities in Protoplanetary Disks (Kai Cai et al., astro-ph/0508354, 16 Aug 2005, revised)
The effect of planetary migration on the corotation resonance (Gordon I. Ogilvie & S. H. Lubow, astro-ph/0605138, 4 May 2006)
The effect of type I migration on the formation of terrestrial planets in hot-Jupiter systems (Martyn J. Fogg & Richard P. Nelson, arXiv:0707.2674v1 [astro-ph], 18 Jul 2007)
An 850 micron survey for dust around solar mass stars (Jonathan P. Williams & Joan Najita, astro-ph/0508165, 5 Aug 2005)
Encounter-Triggered Disc Mass Loss in the ONC
(C. Olczak et al., astro-ph/0601166, 9 Jan 2006)
An Estimate of the Age Distribution of Terrestrial Planets in the Universe: Quantifying Metallicity as a Selection Effect (Charles H. Lineweaver, Icarus 151(2):307-13, 23 Apr 2001) PDF
European Star & Planet Formation Network (ESFON)
Evidence for Large Grains in the Star-forming Filament OMC-2/3 (Scott Schnee et al., arXiv:1408.5429 [astro-ph.GA], 22 Aug 2014)
-- Streamers of Gravel near Orion Nebula? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 2 Sep 2014)
Evidence for a planetary companion around a nearby young star (J. Stetiawan et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0441, 3 Apr 2007)
Evidence of an asteroid encountering a pulsar (Paul R. Brook et al., arXiv:1311.3541 [astro-ph.HE], 14 Nov 2013)
-- Rocky Encounter with Stellar Lighthouse (Emily Poore, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 28 Feb 2014)
Evolution of brown dwarf disks: A Spitzer survey in Upper Scorpius (Alexander Scholz et al., astro-ph/0701703, 24 Jan 2007, revised)
Evolution of Circumstellar Disks Around Normal Stars: Placing Our Solar System in Context (M. R. Meyer et al., astro-ph/0606399, 16 Jun 2006)
Evolution of Mid-IR Excess Around Sun-like Stars: Constraints on Models of Terrestrial Planet Formation (Michael R. Meyer et al., arXiv:0712.1057v1 [astro-ph], 6 Dec 2007)
The Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks Around Millisecond Pulsars: The PSR 1257 +12 System (Thayne Currie & Brad Hansen, arXiv:0705.3063v1 [astro-ph], 21 May 2007)
Evolution of protoplanetary disks: Constraints from DM Tauri and GM Aurigae (Ricardo Hueso & Tristan Guillot, astro-ph/0506496, 21 Jun 2005)
The Evolution of the Water Distribution in a Viscous Protoplanetary Disk (Fred J. Ciesla & Jeffrey N. Cuzzi, astro-ph/0511372, 12 Nov 2005)
Evolved stars hint to an external origin of enhanced metallicity in planet-hosting stars (Luca Pasquini et al., arXiv:0707.0788v1 [astro-ph], 5 Jul 2007)
-- Star Surface Polluted by Planetary Debris (ESO Press Release, 6 Jul 2007)
Exact Solutions of the Isothermal Lane--Emden Equation with Rotation and Implications for the Formation of Planets and Satellites (Dimitris M. Christodoulou & Demosthenes Kazanas, arXiv:0706.3205v1 [astro-ph], 21 Jun 2007)
ExoPlanets and Stellar Astrophysics Laboratory (Jennifer Wiseman, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
ExoPTF Science Uniquely Enabled by Far-IR Interferometry: Probing the Formation of Planetary Systems, and Finding and Characterizing Exoplanets (David Leisawitz et al., arXiv:0707.0873v1 [astro-ph], 5 Jul 2007)
Exotic Earths: Forming Habitable Worlds with Giant Planet Migration (Sean N. Raymond et al., astro-ph/0609253, 8 Sep 2006)
Externally-polluted white dwarfs with dust disks (Michael Jura et al., arXiv:0704.1170v1 [astro-ph], 10 Apr 2007)
Extra-Solar Kuiper Belt Dust Disks (Amaya Moro-Martin et al., astro-ph/0703383, 15 Mar 2007)
Extrasolar planetary dynamics with a generalized planar Laplace-Lagrange secular theory (Dimitri Veras & Philip J. Armitage, astro-ph/0703088, 5 Mar 2007)
Extrasolar planet taxonomy: a new statistical approach (Simone Marchi, arXiv:0705.0910v1 [astro-ph], 7 May 2007)
Extrasolar Research Corporation
FIRI - a Far-Infrared Interferometer (Frank Helmich & Rob Ivison, arXiv:0707.1822v1 [astro-ph], 12 Jul 2007)
First Two-Micron Imaging Polarimetry of Beta Pictoris (Motohide Tamura et al., astro-ph/0603344, 14 Mar 2006)
First scattered light images of debris disks around HD 53143 and HD 139664 (Paul Kalas et al., astro-ph/0601488, 20 Jan 2006)
Five Debris Disks Newly Revealed in Scattered Light from the HST NICMOS Archive (Remi Soummer et al., arXiv:1404.5614 [astro-ph.SR], 22 Apr 2014)
-- Astronomical Forensics Uncover Planetary Disks in Hubble Archive (HubbleSite NewsCenter News Release STScI-2014-16, 24 Apr 2014)
-- Hidden Treasures in Hubble Images (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 2 May 2014)
The Formation & Evolution of Planetary Systems
(Michael M. Meyer et al., University of Arizona)
The Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems (FEPS): Discovery of an Unusual Debris System Associated with HD 12039 (Dean C. Hines et al., astro-ph/0510294, 11 Oct 2005)
Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Placing Our Solar System in Context with Spitzer (Michael R. Meyer, astro-ph/0507034, 1 Jul 2005)
Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems (FEPS): Primordial Warm Dust Evolution From 3-30 Myr around Sun-like Stars (Murray D. Silverstone et al., astro-ph/0511250, 9 Nov 2005)
Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Upper Limits to the Gas Mass in Disks Around Sun-like Stars (Ilaria Pascucci et al., astro-ph/0606669, 27 Jun 2006)
Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems: Upper Limits to the Gas Mass in HD105 (D. Hollenbach et al., astro-ph/0506252, 10 Jun 2005)
Formation and structure of the three Neptune-mass planets system around HD69830 (Yann Alibert et al., astro-ph/0607175, 10 Jul 2006)
Formation, Habitability, and Detection of Extrasolar Moons (Rene Heller et al., arXiv:1408.6164 [astro-ph.EP], 26 Aug 2014)
-- Habitable Moons: Background and Prospects (Andrew LePage, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 19 Sep 2014)
A Formation Mechanism for Pulsar Planets? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 24 Feb 2014)
Formation of Earth-like Planets During and After Giant Planet Migration (Avi M. Mandell et al., astro-ph/0701048, 2 Jan 2007)
Formation of Giant Planets by Concurrent Accretion of Solids and Gas inside an Anti-Cyclonic Vortex (Hubert Klahr & Peter Bodenheimer, astro-ph/0510479, 17 Oct 2005)
The formation of HD 149026 b (Christopher Broeg & G. Wuchteri, astro-ph/0701340, 11 Jan 2007)
The Formation of Ice Giants in a Packed Oligarchy: Instability and Aftermath (Eric B. Ford & Eugene Chiang, astro-ph/0701745, 25 Jan 2007, revised)
Formation of Protoplanets from Massive Planetesimals in Binary Systems (Yusuke Tsukamoto & Junichiro Makino, arXiv:0707.2928v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jul 2007)
Forming Circumbinary Planets: N-body Simulations of Kepler-34 (Stefan Lines et al., arXiv:1402.0509 [astro-ph.EP], 3 Feb 2014)
Frequency of Debris Disks around Solar-Type Stars: First Results from a Spitzer/MIPS Survey (Geoffrey Bryden et al., astro-ph/0509199, 7 Sep 2005)
The frequency of planets in multiple systems (Mariangela Bonavita & S. Desidera, astro-ph/0703754, 29 Mar 2007)
From Hot Jupiters to Super-Earths via Roche Lobe Overflow (Francesca Valsecchi et al., arXiv:1408.3635 [astro-ph.EP], 15 Aug 2014)
-- Do Exoplanets Transform Between Classes? (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 2 Sep 2014)
From Molecular Cores to Planet Forming Disks
(Lori Allen et al., c2d Team)

Gap Formation in the Dust Layer of 3D Protoplanetary Disks (Sarah T. Maddison et al., arXiv:0706.4248v1 [astro-ph], 28 Jun 2007)
Gas Absorption Detected from the Edge-on Debris Disk Surrounding HD32297 (Seth Redfield, astro-ph/0701116, 4 Jan 2007)
Gaseous Planets, Protostars And Young Brown Dwarfs : Birth And Fate (Gilles Chabrier et al., astro-ph/0602291, 13 Feb 2006)
Gas Flow Across Gaps in Protoplanetary Disks (Steve H. Lubow & Gennaro D'Angelo, astro-ph/0512292, 12 Dec 2005)
Gas Giant Protoplanets Formed by Disk Instability in Binary Star Systems (Alan P. Boss, astro-ph/0512477, 19 Dec 2005)
Gas-phase CO in protoplanetary disks: a challenge for turbulent mixing (D. Semenov et al., astro-ph/0607010, 2 Jul 2006)
Gas phase water in the surface layer of protoplanetary disks
(Carsten Dominik et al., astro-ph/0510635, 21 Oct 2005)
A Gas-poor Planetesimal Capture Model for the Formation of Giant Planet Satellite Systems (Paul R. Estrada & I. Mosqueira, astro-ph/0504649, 28 Apr 2005, revised)
The Gemini NICI Planet-Finding Campaign: Discovery of a Close Substellar Companion to the Young Debris Disk Star PZ Tel (Beth A. Biller et al., arXiv:1007.4808v1 [astro-ph.SR], 27 Jul 2010)
-- Brown Dwarf Found Orbiting a Young Sun-Like Star (University of Arizona News Release, 28 Jul 2010)
Giant Planet Accretion and Migration: Surviving the Type I Regime (Edward W. Thommes & Norman Murray, astro-ph/0603068, 2 Mar 2006)
Giant Planet Migration in Viscous Power-Law Discs (Richard G. Edgar, arxiv.org/abs/0704.0448, 3 Apr 2007)
A giant planet orbiting the 'extreme horizontal branch' star V 391 Pegasi (R. Silvotti et al., Nature 449:188-91, 13 Sep 2007; abstract)
-- Planet survives stellar explosion - Maybe Earth isn't doomed after all... (Katharine Sanderson, Nature, 12 Sep 2007)
-- Planet survives close call with searing red giant (Maggie McKee, New Scientist, 12 Sep 2007)
-- Earth could survive a red-giant Sun (Jon Cartwright, Physics World, 12 Sep 2007)
-- Hope for Earth: Planet Survives Star's Death Throes (Ker Than, SPACE.com, 12 Sep 2007)
A GLIMPSE of Star Formation in the Giant H II Region RCW 49
(B. A. Whitney et al., 3 Jun 2004)
Global MHD simulations of stratified and turbulent protoplanetary discs. I. Model properties (Sebastien Fromang & Richard P. Nelson, astro-ph/0606729, 29 Jun 2006)
Gravitational Instabilities in Gaseous Protoplanetary Disks and Implications for Giant Planet Formation (Richard Durisen et al., astro-ph/0603179, 8 Mar 2006)
Gravitational instability in binary protoplanetary disks (Lucio Mayer et al., arXiv:0705.3182v1 [astro-ph], 22 May 2007)
Gravoturbulent formation of planetesimals (Anders Johansen et al., astro-ph/0504628, 28 Apr 2005, revised)
Growth of Dust as the Initial Step Toward Planet Formation
(Carsten Dominik et al., astro-ph/0602617, 28 Feb 2006)
Habitable Evaporated Cores: Transforming Mini-Neptunes into Super-Earths in the Habitable Zones of M Dwarfs (Rodrigo Luger et al., arXiv:1501.06572 [astro-ph.EP], 26 Jan 2015)
-- A Mini-Neptune Transformation? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 29 Jan 2015)
Habitable Planet Formation in Binary-Planetary Systems (Nader Haghighipour & Sean N. Raymond, astro-ph/0702706, 27 Feb 2007)
Hannah Jang-Condell (Carnegie Institution of Washington)
HD 97048's Circumstellar Environment as Revealed by a HST/ACS Coronagraphic Study of Disk Candidate Stars (Ryan L. Doering et al., astro-ph/0701576, 19 Jan 2007)
HD 203030B: an Unusually Cool Young Sub-Stellar Companion near the L/T Transition (Stanimir A. Metchev & Lynne A. Hillenbrand, astro-ph/0607514, 21 Jul 2006)
HD 21997: Challenge to Planet Formation Theories (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 30 Oct 2013)
Heat transport in giant (exo)planets: a new perspective (Gilles Chabrier & Isabelle Baraffe, astro-ph/0703755, 29 Mar 2007)
Henry Throop's Research Page (Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado)
Herschel imaging of 61 Vir: implications for the prevalence of debris in low-mass planetary systems (M. C. Wyatt et al., arXiv:1206.2370 [astro-ph.EP], 11 Jun 2012, revised)
High-Resolution Imaging of the Dust Disk around 49 Ceti (Zahed Wahhaj et al., astro-ph/0701352, 11 Jan 2007)
High-resolution simulations of the final assembly of Earth-like planets 1: terrestrial accretion and dynamics (Sean N. Raymond et al., astro-ph/0510284, 10 Oct 2005)
High-resolution simulations of the final assembly of Earth-like planets 2: water delivery and planetary habitability (Sean N. Raymond et al., astro-ph/0510285, 10 Oct 2005, revised)
High-Resolution Spectroscopy in Tr37: Gas Accretion Evolution in Evolved Dusty Disks (Aurora Sicilia-Aguilar et al., astro-ph/0607534, 24 Jul 2006)
Hit-and-Run as Planets Formed (G. Jeffrey Taylor, Planetary Science Research Discoveries, 27 Nov 2006)
HIP 56948: A Solar Twin With a Low Lithium Abundance (Jorge Melendez & Ivan Ramirez, arXiv:0709.4290v1 [astro-ph], 27 Sep 2007)
-- Sun's 'twin' an ideal hunting ground for alien life (David Shiga, New Scientist, 3 Oct 2007)
Hot White Dwarfs Show Planet Debris (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 17 Feb 2014)
How dusty is alpha Centauri? Excess or non-excess over the infrared photospheres of main-sequence stars (Joachim Wiegert et al., arXiv:1401.6896 [astro-ph.SR], 27 Jan 2014, revised)
-- Alpha Centauri: Dust and Its Significance (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 5 Feb 2014)
HST/ACS Multiband Coronagraphic Imaging of the Debris Disk around Beta Pictoris (David A. Golimowski et al., astro-ph/0602292, 14 Feb 2006)
HST NICMOS Imaging of the Planetary-mass Companion to the Young Brown Dwarf 2MASS J1207334-393254 (Inseok Song et al., astro-ph/0607490, 21 Jul 2006)
Hubble and Spitzer Observations of an Edge-on Circumstellar Disk around a Brown Dwarf (Kevin L. Luhman et al., arXiv:0706.0279v1 [astro-ph], 2 Jun 2007)
A Hybrid N-body--Coagulation Code for Planet Formation (Benjamin C. Bromley & Scott J. Kenyon, astro-ph/0602327, 15 Feb 2006)
Hydraulic/Shock-Jumps in Protoplanetary Disks (Aaron C. Boley & R. H. Durisen, astro-ph/0510305, 11 Oct 2005, revised)
Hydrocarbon anions in interstellar clouds and circumstellar envelopes (Tom J. Millar et al., arXiv:0705.0639 [astro-ph], 4 May 2007, revised)
Images of the Extended Outer Regions of the Debris Ring Around HR 4796 A (C. Thalmann et al., arXiv:1110.2488v1 [astro-ph.SR], 11 Oct 2011)
-- Unseen Planets Around a Young Star? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 4 Jan 2012)
Images of Vega Dust Ring at 350 and 450 microns: New Clues to the Trapping of Multiple-Sized Dust Particles in Planetary Resonances (Kenneth A. Marsh et al., astro-ph/0606347, 14 Jun 2006)
An Imaging Survey for Extrasolar Planets around 45 Close, Young Stars with SDI at the VLT and MMT (Beth A. Biller et al., arXiv:0705.0066v1 [astro-ph], 1 May 2007)
Impact of Stellar Dynamics on the Frequency of Giant Planets in Close Binaries (Eric Pfahl & Matt Muterspaugh, astro-ph/0606645, 27 Jun 2006)
-- Unlikely Suns Reveal Improbable Planets (Michael W. Werner & Michael A. Jura, 'Improbable Planets,' Scientific American 300:6:38-44, Jun 2009)
Indication of insensitivity of planetary weathering behavior and habitable zone to surface land fraction (Dorian S. Abbot et al., arXiv:1208.1760v1 [astro-ph.EP], 8 Aug 2012)
-- Are 'Waterworlds' Planets in Transition? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 17 Aug 2012)
Indications for an influence of Hot Jupiters on the rotation and activity of their host stars (K. Poppenhaeger & S. J. Wolk, arXiv:1404.1073 [astro-ph.SR], 3 Apr 2014)
-- Hot Jupiters Keep Their Stars Young (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News, 11 Apr 2014)
Inflated planets and their low-mass companions (Rosemary A. Mardling, arXiv:0710.0378v1 [astro-ph], 1 Oct 2007)
In Search of Circumstellar Disks Around Young Massive Stars
(Luis Zapata et al., astro-ph/0510761, 27 Oct 2005)
The Internal Energy for Molecular Hydrogen in Gravitationally Unstable Protoplanetary Disks (Aaron C. Boley et al., astro-ph/0701146, 5 Jan 2007)
Investigating disk evolution: A high spatial resolution mid-infrared survey of T Tauri stars (Caer-Eve McCabe et al., astro-ph/0509728, 23 Sep 2005)
Investigating fragmentation conditions in self-gravitating accretion discs (W. K. M. Rice et al., astro-ph/0509413, 14 Sep 2005)
The Ionization Fraction of Barnard 68: Implications for Star and Planet Formation (Sebastien Maret & Edwin A. Bergin, arXiv:0704.3188v1 [astro-ph], 24 Apr 2007)
Jupiter's Obliquity and a Long-lived Circumplanetary Disk (I. Mosqueira & Paul R. Estrada, astro-ph/0506147, 7 Jun 2005)
A Keplerian Disk around the Herbig Ae star HD169142
(A. Raman et al., astro-ph/0512478, 19 Dec 2005)
Large dust particles in disks around T Tauri stars (Jens Rodmann et al., astro-ph/0509555, 19 Sep 2005)
Lecture notes on the formation and early evolution of planetary systems (Philip J. Armitage, astro-ph/0701485, 16 Jan 2007)
Linear Stability of Ring Systems (Robert J. Vanderbei, astro-ph/0606510, 21 Jun 2006)
Lithium abundances in exoplanet host stars as test of planetary formation scenarii (Matthieu Castro et al., astro-ph/0510615, 20 Oct 2005)
Local Enhancement of Surface Density in the Protoplanetary Ring Surrounding HD 142527 (Misato Fukagawa et al., arXiv:1309.7400 [astro-ph.SR], 28 Sep 2013)
-- HD 142527: An Unusual Circumstellar Disk (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 22 Jan 2014)
-- HD 142527: Shadows of a Tilted Disk (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 24 Jan 2015)
Long-Term Collisional Evolution of Debris Disks (Torsten Loehne et al., arXiv:0710.4294v1 [astro-ph], 23 Oct 2007)
Long-term evolution of orbits about a precessing oblate planet: 1. The case of uniform precession (Michael Eforimsky, astro-ph/0408168, 9 Aug 2005, revised)
Long-term evolution of orbits about a precessing oblate planet. 2. The case of variable precession (Michael Efroimsky, astro-ph/0607522, 23 Jul 2006)
Long-term evolution of orbits about a precessing oblate planet. 3. A semianalytical and a purely numerical approach (Valery Lainey et al., astro-ph/0607530, 23 Jul 2006)
Mass and Temperature of the TWA 7 Debris Disk (Brenda C. Matthews et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0463, 3 Apr 2007)
A Mass Function Constraint on Extrasolar Giant Planet Evaporation Rates (William B. Hubbard et al., astro-ph/0702276, 9 Feb 2007)
Massive planet migration: Theoretical predictions and comparison with observations (Philip Armitage, http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/0705.3039v1, 21 May 2007)
Massive Protoplanetary Disks in the Trapezium Region (Joshua A. Eisner & John M. Carpenter, astro-ph/0601033, 2 Jan 2006)
Mass-Radius Relationships for Solid Exoplanets (Sara Seager et al., arXiv:0707.2895v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jul 2007)
Microwave emission from spinning dust in circumstellar disks
(Roman R. Rafikov, astro-ph/0602030, 1 Feb 2006)
Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy of Disks around Classical T Tauri Stars (W. J. Forrest et al., astro-ph/0605464, 18 May 2006)
Mike Brown's Planets (Michael E. Brown)
Millimeter imaging of HD 163296: probing the disk structure and kinematics (Andrea Isella et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0616, 4 Apr 2007)
Millimeter Observations of the Transition Disk around HD135344B (SAO 206462) (A-Ran Lyo et al., arXiv:1108.5840v1 [astro-ph.SR], 31 Aug 2011)
-- Spiral Arms Point to Possible Planets in a Star's Dusty Disk (Francis Reddy et al., Goddard Multimedia Item 10847, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, 14 Oct 2011)
The Minimum Gap-opening Planet Mass in an Irradiated Circumstellar Accretion Disk (Richard G. Edgar et al., arXiv:0705.3436v1 [astro-ph], 23 May 2007)
The Minimum-Mass Extrasolar Nebula: In-Situ Formation of Close-In Super-Earths (E. Chiang & G. Laughlin, arXiv:1211.1673 [astro-ph.EP], 7 Nov 2012)
-- On Super-Earths and Alpha Centauri (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 13 Nov 2012)
Misaligned Protoplanetary Disks in a Young Binary System (Eric L. N. Jensen & Rachel Akeson, ESO Preprint; Nature, 31 Jul 2014) PDF
-- ALMA Finds Double Star with Weird and Wild Planet-forming Discs (ESO Science Release eso1423, 30 Jul 2014)
-- HK Tauri: Misaligned Protoplanetary Disks (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 30 Jul 2014)
Misaligned Planets and their Implications (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 23 Oct 2013)
Modeling giant extrasolar ring systems in eclipse and the case of J1407b: sculpting by exomoons? (Matthew A. Kenworthy & Eric E. Mamajek, arXiv:1501.05652 [astro-ph.SR], 22 Jan 2015)
-- Enormous Ring System Hints of Exomoons (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 27 Jan 2015)
-- Has An Exomoon Been Found? (Caleb A. Scharf, Scientific American, 27 Jan 2015)
Models of the Collisional Damping Scenario for Ice Giant Planets and Kuiper Belt Formation (Harold F. Levison et al., astro-ph/0701544, 18 Jan 2007)
Models of the Structure and Evolution of Protoplanetary Disks
(C. P. Dullemond et al., astro-ph/0602619, 28 Feb 2006)
Molecular Hydrogen emission from disks in the eta Chamaeleontis cluster (Suzanne K. Ramsay Howat & Jane S. Greaves, arXiv:0705.4601v1 [astro-ph], 31 May 2007)
Molecular Line Emission from Gravitationally Unstable Protoplanetary Disks (Desika Narayanan et al., astro-ph/0605329, 12 May 2006)
Molecular line radiative transfer in protoplanetary disks: Monte Carlo simulations versus approximate methods (Ya. Pavlyuchenkov et al., arXiv:0707.2905v1 [astro-ph], 19 Jul 2007)
Monte Carlo radiative transfer in protoplanetary disks (Christophe Pinte et al., astro-ph/0606550, 22 Jun 2006)
Most Earthlike Exoplanet [CoRoT-7b] Started out as Gas Giant (NASA Goddard Release No. 10-03, 6 Jan 2010)
Mystery of Planet-forming Disks Explained by Magnetism (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2014-071, 6 Mar 2014)
N-body integrators for planets in binary star systems (John E. Chambers, arXiv:0705.3223v1 [astro-ph], 22 May 2007)
Near infrared and the inner regions of protoplanetary disks
(Dejan Vinkovic et al., astro-ph/05061547, Jun 2005)
A near-infrared excess in the continuum of high-redshift galaxies: a tracer of star formation and circumstellar disks? (Erin Mentuch et al., arXiv:0905.0910 [astro-ph.CO], 7 May 2009, revised)
-- Signs of alien worlds from long ago and far, far away (New Scientist, 2 Nov 2009)
A near-infrared interferometric survey of debris disk stars. I. Probing the hot dust content around epsilon Eridani and tau Ceti with CHARA/FLUOR (Emmanuel Di Folco et al., arXiv:0710.1731v1 [astro-ph], 9 Oct 2007)
A near-infrared interferometric survey of debris-disc stars. IV. An unbiased sample of 92 southern stars observed in H-band with VLTI/PIONIER (Steve Ertel et al., arXiv:1409.6143 [astro-ph.EP], 22 Sep 2014, revised)
-- VLTI Detects Exozodiacal Light (ESO Science Release eso1435, 3 Nov 3014)
-- Spotting Comet Dust Around Alien Suns (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 11 Nov 2014)
New Map Reveals a Chaotic Planet-Forming Disk (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 6 Mar 2014)
NGST Star and Planet Formation Study Group (Sarah Splitek)
NIR Spectroscopy of the HAeBe Star HD 100546: III. Further Evidence of an Orbiting Companion? (Sean D. Brittain et al., arXiv:1409.0804 [astro-ph.SR], 2 Sep 2014)
-- A Deep Probe of Planet Formation (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 9 Sep 2014)
Now you see it, now you don't - the circumstellar disk in the GRO J1008--57 system (Malcom J. Coe et al., arXiv:0704.2589v1 [astro-ph], 19 Apr 2007)
A numerical simulation of a "super-Earth" core delivery from ~ 100 AU to ~ 8 AU (Seung-Hoon Cha & Sergei Nayakshin, arXiv:1010.1489v1 [astro-ph.EP], 7 Oct 2011)
-- Planets Take Shape In Embryonic Gas Clouds (Ron Cowen, Science News, 25 Mar 2011)
Numerical simulations of type III planetary migration: II. Inward migration of massive planets (A. Peplinski et al., arXiv:0709.3754v1 [astro-ph], 24 Sep 2007)
Observational Constraints on Dust Disk Lifetimes: Implications for Planet Formation (Lynne A. Hillenbrand, astro-ph/0511083, 2 Nov 2005)
Observations of 51 Ophiuchi with MIDI at the VLTI
(Carla Gil et al., astro-ph/0508052, 1 Aug 2005)
Oligarchic and giant impact growth of terrestrial planets in the presence of gas giant planet migration (Martyn J. Fogg & Richard P. Nelson, astro-ph/0507180, 7 Jul 2005)
On the accumulation of solid bodies in global turbulent protoplanetary disc models (Sebastien Fromang & Richard P. Nelson, astro-ph/0509711, 23 Sep 2005)
On Debris Disks and Super-Earths (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 28 Nov 2012)
On the evolution of the resonant planetary system HD128311
(Zsolt Sandor et al., astro-ph/0603664, 24 Mar 2006, revised)
On the formation and evolution of asteroid belts and their potential significance for life (Rebecca G. Martin & Mario Livio, arXiv:1211.0023 [astro-ph.EP], 31 Oct 2012)
-- Asteroid belts of just the right size are friendly to life (Royal Astronomical Society News Release, 1 Nov 2012)
-- Astrobiology: The Necessity of Asteroids (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 2 Nov 2012)
On the Formation of Gas Giant Planets on Wide Orbits
(Alan P. Boss, astro-ph/0601278, 12 Jan 2006)
On the Formation and Dynamical Evolution of Planets in Binaries (Willy Kley & Richard Nelson, arXiv:0705.3421v1 [astro-ph], 23 May 2007)
On the Ionisation Fraction in Protoplanetary Disks II: The Effect of Turbulent Mixing on Gas--phase Chemistry (Martin Ilgner & Richard P. Nelson, astro-ph/0509553, 19 Sep 2005)
On the ionisation fraction in protoplanetary disks III. The effect of X-ray flares on gas-phase chemistry (Martin Ilgner & Richard P. Nelson, astro-ph/0605290, 11 May 2006)
On the likelihood of supernova enrichment of protoplanetary disks (Jonathan P. Williams & Eric Gaidos, arXiv:0705.3459v1 [astro-ph], 24 May 2007)
On the Location of the Snow Line in a Protoplanetary Disk
(M. Lecar et al., astro-ph/0602217, 9 Feb 2006)
On the low-mass planethood criterion (Bojan Pecnik & Christopher Broeg, astro-ph/0608367, 17 Aug 2006)
On the migration of protoplanets embedded in circumbinary disks (Arnaud Pierens & Richard P. Nelson, arXiv:0707.2677v1 [astro-ph], 18 Jul 2007)
On the Nature of the Dust in the Debris Disk Around HD69830 (Carey M. Lisse et al., astro-ph/0611452, 14 Nov 2006)
On the Origin of HD149026b (Masahiro Ikoma et al., astro-ph/0607212, 11 Jul 2006)
On the origin of planets at very wide orbits from re-capture of free floating planets (Hagai B. Perets & M. B. N. Kouwenhoven, arXiv:1202.2362v1 [astro-ph.EP], 10 Feb 2012)
-- Nomadic Planets May Make Pit Stops (Caleb A. Scharf, Life, Unbounded, Scientific American Blog Network, 16 Feb 2012)
The Onset of Planet Formation in Brown Dwarf Disks
(Daniel Apai et al., astro-ph/0511420, 14 Nov 2005)
On the width and shape of gaps in protoplanetary disks
(A. Crida et al., astro-ph/0511082, 2 Nov 2005)
Optical and X-ray Transients from Planet-Star Mergers (Brian D. Metzger et al., arXiv:1204.0796v1 [astro-ph.EP], 3 Apr 2012)
-- Stars Eat Planets (Caleb A. Scharf, Life, Unbounded, Scientific American Blog Network, 6 Apr 2012)
Optimisation of the 3-body dynamics applied to extra-solar planetary systems (Gur Windmiller et al., arXiv:0708.0898v1 [astro-ph], 7 Aug 2007)
Origin and Loss of nebula-captured hydrogen envelopes from "sub"- to "super-Earths" in the habitable zone of Sun-like stars (H. Lammer et al., arXiv:1401.2765 [astro-ph.EP], 13 Jan 2014)
-- 'Super-Earths' Problematic for Life (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 28 Feb 2014)
The Origin and Nature of Neptune-like Planets Orbiting Close to Solar Type Stars (Adrian Brunini & Rodolfo G. Cionco, astro-ph/0511051, 1 Nov 2005)
Origin and Ubiquity of Short-Period Earth-like Planets: Evidence for the Sequential-Accretion Theory of Planet Formation (Ji-Lin Zhou et al., astro-ph/0508305, 13 Aug 2005)
On the evolution of eccentric and inclined protoplanets embedded in protoplanetary disks (Paul Cresswell et al., arXiv:0707.2225v1 [astro-ph], Jul 2007)
Origins of Eccentric Extrasolar Planets: Testing the Planet-Planet Scattering Model (Eric B. Ford & Frederic A. Rasio, astro-ph/0703163, 7 Mar 2007)
The Origins of the Substellar Companion to GQ Lup (John D. Debes & S. Sigurdsson, astro-ph/0512450, 16 Dec 2005)
Origin of the Metallicity Dependence of Exoplanet Host Stars in the Protoplanetary Disk Mass Distribution (Mark C. Wyatt et al., arXiv:0707.2733v1 [astro-ph], 18 Jul 2007)
Origin theories for the eccentricities of extrasolar planets (Fathi Namouni, astro-ph/0702203, 7 Feb 2007)
Origins Initiative (Lawrence Krauss, dir., et al., Arizona State University)
-- Life, the Universe, and Everything: A Conference Looks to Ultimate Origins (Review by Dan Falk of symposium on "Origins," Arizona State University, Phoenix, Apr 2009; Sky & Telescope Weekly Bulletin, 3 May 2009)
Outflows driven by Giant Protoplanets (Masahiro N. Machida et al., astro-ph/0604594, 28 Apr 2006, revised)
Overcoming migration during giant planet formation (E. W. Thommes et al., astro-ph/0701443, 16 Jan 2007)

Parent Stars of Extrasolar Planets. VIII. Chemical Abundances for 18 Elements in 31 Stars (Gukllermo Gonzalez & Chris Laws, arXiv:0704.2220 [astro-ph], 17 Apr 2007)
Paul Estrada -- From Dust to Planets (Interview, SETI Institute)
Periodic accretion from a circumbinary disk in the young binary UZ Tau E (Eric L. N. Jensen et al., arxiv.org/abs/0704.0307, 3 Apr 2007)
Photoevaporation of protoplanetary discs I: hydrodynamic models (Richard D. Alexander et al., astro-ph/0603253, 9 Mar 2006)
Photoevaporation of protoplanetary discs II: evolutionary models and observable properties (Richard D. Alexander et al., astro-ph/0603254, 9 Mar 2006)
Physical and Chemical Structure of Protoplanetary Disks with Grain Growth (Yuri Aikawa & Hideko Nomura, astro-ph/0601230, 11 Jan 2006)
Planetary Construction Zones in Occultation: Discovery of an Extrasolar Ring System Transiting a Young Sun-like Star and Future Prospects for Detecting Eclipses by Circumsecondary and Circumplanetary Disks (Eric E. Mamajek et al., arXiv:1108.4070 [astro-ph.SR], 19 Aug 2011, revised)
-- Exoplanetary Ring Systems and Their Uses (Paul Gilster, Crentauri Dreams, 17 Jan 2012)
Planetary Formation Scenarios Revisited: Core-Accretion Versus Disk Instability (Taro Matsuo et al., astro-ph/0703237, 10 Mar 2007)
Planetary Migration to Large Radii (Rebecca G. Martin et al., arXiv:0704.3369v1 [astro-ph], 25 Apr 2007)
Planetary Stability Zones in Hierarchical Triple Star Systems (P. E. Verrier & N. W. Evans, arXiv:0710.1167v1 [astro-ph], 5 Oct 2007)
Planetesimal accretion in binary star systems (Francesco Marzari et al., arXiv:0710.4407v1 [astro-ph], 24 Oct 2007)
Planetesimal Capture in the Disk Instability Model (Ravit Helled et al., astro-ph/0606726, 29 Jun 2006)
Planetesimal formation via fragmentation in self-gravitating protoplanetary discs (W. K. M. Rice et al., astro-ph/0607268, 12 Jul 2006)
Planetesimal Formation without Thresholds. I: Dissipative Gravitational Instabilities and Particle Stirring by Turbulence (Andrew N. Youdin, astro-ph/0508659, 30 Aug 2005)
Planetesimal Formation without Thresholds. II: Gravitational Instability of Solids in Turbulent Protoplanetary Disks (Andrew N. Youdin, astro-ph/0508662, 30 Aug 2005)
Planetesimal growth in turbulent discs before the onset of gravitational instability (Alexander Hubbard & Erick G. Blackman, astro-ph/0509701, 22 Sep 2005)
Planetesimals To Brown Dwarfs: What is a Planet? (Gibor Basri & Michael E. Brown, astro-ph/0608417, 20 Aug 2006)
Planet formation and migration (John C. B. Papaloizou & Caroline Terquem, astro-ph/0510487, 17 Oct 2005)
Planet formation around low mass stars: the moving snow line and super-Earths (Grant M. Kennedy et al., astro-ph/0609140, 6 Sep 2006)
Planet formation around stars of various masses: The snow line and the frequency of giant planets (Grant M. Kennedy & Scott J. Kenyon, arXiv:0710.1065v1 [astro-ph], 4 Oct 2007)
Planet Formation in Action? (eso1106 Science Release, 24 Feb 2011)
Planet formation in the young, low-mass multiple stellar system CGTau-A (Anne Dutrey et al., ESO preprint, 29 Aug 2014) PDF
-- Planet-forming Lifeline Discovered in a Binary Star System (ESO Science Release eso1434, 29 Oct 2014)
-- Planet-forming stream found in binary star system (Hamish Johnston, Physics World, 31 Oct 2014)
Planet Population Synthesis (W. Benz et al., arXiv:1402.7086 [astro-ph.EP], 27 Feb 2014, revised)
Planets around evolved intermediate-mass stars. I. Two substellar companions in the open clusters NGC 2423 and NGC 4349 (Christophe Lovis & M. Mayor, arXiv:0706.2174v1 [astro-ph], 14 Jun 2007)
Planets Formed in Habitable Zones of M Dwarf Stars Probably are Deficient in Volatiles (Jack J. Lissauer, astro-ph/0703576, 22 Mar 2007)
Planets in binary systems: is the present configuration indicative of the formation process? (F. Marzari & M. Barbieri, astro-ph/0702342, 13 Feb 2007)
Planets in chaos (Ann Finkbeiner, Nature News & Comment, 2 Jul 2014)
Planets of Beta Pictoris revisited (Florian Freistetter et al., astro-ph/0701526, 18 Jan 2007)
Planets of young stars (Eike W. Guenther & E. Esposito, astro-ph/0701293, 10 Jan 2007)
Planets of young stars: the TLS radial velocity survey (M. Esposito et al., astro-ph/0510436, 14 Oct 2005)
Planets Rapidly Create Holes in Young Circumstellar Discs
(Peggy Varniere et al., astro-ph/0510235, 8 Oct 2005)
Planets with Four Parents? Spitzer Finds Evidence for Strange Stellar Family (Linda Vu, Spitzer Science Center, 24 Jul 2007)
Possible Molecular Spiral Arms in the Protoplanetary Disk of AB Aur (Shin-Yi Lin et al., astro-ph/0603414, 16 Mar 2006)
A Possible Stellar Metallic Enhancement in Post-T Tauri Stars by a Planetesimal Bombardment (Othon Cabo Winter et al., arXiv:0704.2997v1 [astro-ph], 23 Apr 2007)
Post-Oligarchic Evolution of Protoplanetary Embryos and the Stability of Planetary Systems (Ji-Lin Zhou et al., arXiv:0705.2164v1 [astro-ph], 15 May 2007)
The potential for Earth-mass planet formation around brown dwarfs (Matthew J. Payne et al., arXiv:0709.0676v1 [astro-ph], 5 Sep 2007)
Predicting the frequencies of diverse exo-planetary systems (Jane S. Greaves et al., arXiv:0704.0873 [astro-ph], 6 Apr 2007)
Predicting Planets in Known Extra-Solar Planetary Systems III: Forming Terrestrial Planets (Sean N. Raymond et al., astro-ph/0404212, 9 Apr 2004, revised)
Pre-Main Sequence Stars (PSU Pre-Main Sequence Stars Group)
Probing the Impact of Stellar Duplicity on Planet Occurrence with Spectroscopic and Imaging Observations (Anne Eggenberger & S. Udry, arXiv:0705.3173v1 [astro-ph], 22 May 2007)
Properties of the delta Scorpii Circumstellar Disk from Continuum Modeling (Alex C. Carciofi et al., astro-ph/0603274, 10 Mar 2006)
Properties of the short period CoRoT-planet population II: The impact of loss processes on planet masses from Neptunes to Jupiters (Helmut Lammer et al., astro-ph/0701565, 19 Jan 2007)
Protoplanetary disk fragmentation with varying radiative physics, initial conditions and numerical techniques (Lucio Mayer & Artur Gawryszczak, arXiv:0710.3590v1 [astro-ph], 19 Oct 2007)
Protoplanet Dynamics in a Shear-Dominated Disk (Benjamin F. Collins & Re'em Sari, astro-ph/0604078, 4 Apr 2006)
Protoplanet Magnetosphere Interactions (John C. B. Papaloizou, astro-ph/0701342, 11 Jan 2007)
Radio Astronomy, The Interstellar Medium, & Star Formation for Beginners - A Tutorial (Rene Plume)
Radio Constraints on Activity in Young Brown Dwarfs (Rachel A. Osten & R. Jayawardhana, astro-ph/0604521, 25 Apr 2006, revised)
Rapid Formation of Gas Giant Planets around M Dwarf Stars
(Alan P. Boss, astro-ph/0601486, 20 Jan 2006)
Rapid Formation of Super-Earths around M Dwarf Stars
(Alan P. Boss, astro-ph/0605061, 2 May 2006)
Recipes for planet formation (Michael R. Meyer, Physics World, 2 Nov 2009)
Replenishing a Planetary Disk (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 31 Oct 2014)
Resolving the gap and AU-scale asymmetries in the pre-transitional disk of V1247 Orionis (Stefan Kraus et al., arXiv:1304.2768 [astro-ph.SR], 9 Apr 2013)
-- One Gap, No Planets (John Bochanski, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 29 Apr 2013)
Retired A Stars and Their Companions: Exoplanets Orbiting Three Intermediate-Mass Subgiants (John A. Johnson et al., arXiv:0704.2455 [astro-ph], 19 Apr 2007)
Revolutionary ALMA Image Reveals Planetary Genesis (ESO Photo Release eso1436, 6 Nov 2014)
-- Stunning Snapshot Shows Birth of Alien Solar System (Andrew Fazekas, StarStruck News, National geographic, 6 Nov 2014)
-- ALMA Image Reveals Planetary Genesis (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope, 6 Nov 2014)
-- 'Spectacular' image shows planet formation in action (Hamish Johnston, Physics World, 7 Nov 2014)
Ring Around the Dust Disk (Shari Balouchi, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 10 Jul 2013)
RODEO: a new method for planet-disk interaction (Sijme-Jan Paardekooper & G. Mellema, astro-ph/0511538, 27 Nov 2005)
The Roles of Discs for Planetary Systems (Li-Chen Yeh & Ing-Guey Jiang, astro-ph/0701805, 29 Jan 2007)
R. Y. Shuping -- Astronomy Page (NASA Ames Research Center)
Saving Planetary Systems: Dead Zones & Planetary Migration (Soko Matsumura et al., astro-ph/0606237, 9 Jun 2006)
SDSSJ104341.53+085558.2: The second white dwarf with a gaseous planetary debris disc (Boris T. Gaensicke et al., arXiv:0705.0447v1 [astro-ph], 3 May 2007)
A Search for Mid-Infrared Molecular Hydrogen Emission from Protoplanetary Disks (A. Carmona et al., arXiv:0710.2813v1 [astro-ph], 15 Oct 2007)
Searching for Earth analogues around the nearest stars: the disk age-metallicity relation and the age distribution in the Solar Neighbourhood (I. Neill Reid et al., arXiv:0704.2420v1 [astro-ph], 18 Apr 2007)
The Secular Evolution and Dynamical Architecture of the Neptunian Triplet Planetary System HD 69830 (Ji Jianghui et al., astro-ph/0611008, 31 Oct 2006)
Self-Sustained Ionization and Vanishing Dead Zones in Protoplanetary Disks (Shu-ichiro Inutsuka & Takayoshi Sano, astro-ph/0506131, 7 Jun 2005)
Sgr A* flares: tidal disruption of asteroids and planets? (Kastytis Zubovas et al., arXiv:1110.6872v1 [astro-ph.GA], 31 Oct 2011)
-- A 'Super-Oort' Cloud at Galactic Center? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 9 Feb 2012)
Shedding Light on Circumbinary Systems (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 7 Feb 2014)
The Signature of Primordial Grain Growth in the Polarized Light of the AU Microscopii Debris Disk (James R. Graham et al., Astrophysical J. 654:595-605, 1 Jan 2007) PDF
Signatures of Planet Formation in Gravitationally Unstable Disks (Hannah Jang-Condell & Alan P. Boss, astro-ph/0703161, 7 Mar 2007)
Sign of 'Embryonic Planets' Forming in Nearby Stellar Systems (University of Rochester Press Release, 1 Oct 2007)
Silicate Dust in Evolved Protoplanetary Disks: Growth, Sedimentation, and Accretion (Aurora Sicilia-Aguilar et al., astro-ph/0701321, 11 Jan 2007)
Silicate Emission Profiles from Low-Mass Protostellar Disks in the Orion Nebula: Evidence for Growth and Thermal Processing of Grains (R. Y. Shuping et al., astro-ph/0605174, 5 May 2006)
Silicon and Nickel Enrichment in Planet-Host Stars: Observations and Implications for the Core-Accretion Theory of Planet Formation (Sarah E. Robinson et al., astro-ph/0601656, 27 Jan 2006)
Size distribution of circumstellar disks in the Trapezium cluster (Sílvia M. Vicente & João Alves, astro-ph/0506585, 24 Jun 2005)
Small Planets: No Need for High Metallicity? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 14 Jun 2012)
-- Small Planets' Evolutionary Edge (Stephen Craft, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 13 Jun 2012)
Snow in an Infant Planetary System (ESO Science Release eso1333, 18 Jul 2013)
-- Snow Falling around Infant Solar System: Icy region gives planet and comet formation a boost (NRAO Press Release, 18 Jul 2013)
Soggy Solar System [TW Hydrae]: Exoplanet Nursery Holds Massive Amount of Water (John Matson, Scientific American, 24 Oct 2011)
Solar Systems Like Ours in the Minority (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 6 Jan 2010)
Spatial separation of small and large grains in the transitional disk around the young star IRS 48 (Vincent C. Geers et al., arXiv:0705.2969v1 [astro-ph], 21 May 2007)
Spectral Evolution of an Earth-Like Planet (Lisa Kaltenegger et al., astro-ph/0609398, 14 Sep 2006)
-- Astronomers Reveal First Alien I.D. Chart
(CfA Press Release 06-25, 14 Sep 2006)
Spherical Accretion (Re'em Sari & Peter Goldreich, astro-ph/0603293, 12 Mar 2006)
Spitzer Evidence for a Late Heavy Bombardment and the Formation of Urelites in eta Corvi at ~1 Gyr (Carey M. Corvi et al., arXiv:1110.4172v1 [astro-ph.SR], 19 Oct 2011)
-- Comet Storm Around eta Corvi? (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 20 Oct 2011)
Spitzer Far-Infrared Detections of Cold Circumstellar Disks
(Paul S. Smith et al., astro-ph/0605334, 13 May 2006)
Spitzer/IRAC and JHKs Observations of h & chi Persei: Constraints on Protoplanetary Disk and Massive Cluster Evolution at ~ 10^{7} yr (Thayne Currie et al., astro-ph/0701441, 15 Jan 2007)
A Spitzer/IRAC Search for Substellar Companions of the Debris Disk Star epsilon Eridani (Massimo Marengo et al., astro-ph/0605187, 6 May 2006)
Spitzer IRS Spectroscopy of IRAS-Discovered Debris Disks
(Christine H. Chen et al., astro-ph/0605277, 10 May 2006)
Spitzer Limits On Dust Emission and Optical Gas Absorption Variability Around Nearby Stars with Edge-On Circumstellar Disk Signatures (Seth Redfield et al., astro-ph/0703089, 5 Mar 2007)
Spitzer Observations of G Dwarfs in the Pleiades: Circumstellar Debris Disks at 100 Myr Age (J. R. Stauffer et al., astro-ph/0506743, 29 Jun 2005)
Spitzer 24 micron Survey of Debris Disks in the Pleiades
(Nadya Gorlova et al., astro-ph/0606039, 2 Jun 2006)
Stars Don't Obliterate Their Planets (Very Often) (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2013-190, 6 Jun 2013)
Steady-state evolution of debris disks around A stars (Mark C. Wyatt et al., astro-ph/0703608, 23 Mar 2007)

Structure and Evolution of Nearby Stars with Planets. I. Short-Period Systems (Eric B. Ford et al., astro-ph/9807085, 8 Jul 1998, revised)
Structure and Evolution of Nearby Stars with Planets II. Physical Properties of ~1000 Cool Stars from the SPOCS Catalog (Genya Takeda et al., astro-ph/0607235, 11 Jul 2006)
Submillimetre Images of Dusty Debris (JAC Hilo)
Submillimeter studies of circumstellar disks in Taurus and Orion (Jonathan P. Williams & Sean M. Andrews, astro-ph/0511589, 19 Nov 2005)
Super Planet Crash - Can you feel the gravity? (Stefano Meschiari)
-- Review (Web life, Physics World, 21 Aug 2014)
Surface density jumps as planet traps (F. S. Masset et al., astro-ph/0601222, 10 Jan 2006)
Survival of the mm-cm size grain population observed in protoplanetary disks (Frithjof Brauer et al., arXiv:0704.2332v1 [astro-ph], 18 Apr 2007)
The Survival Rate of Ejected Terrestrial Planets with Moons (John H. Debes & S. Sigurdsson, arXiv:0709.0945v1 [astro-ph], 6 Sep 2007)
Synthetic Worlds (Stefano Meschiari)
A Systematic Study of the Final Masses of Gas Giant Planets (Takayuki Tanigawa & M. Ikoma, arXiv:0705.4343v1 [astro-ph], 30 May 2007)
Terrestrial and Habitable Planet Formation in Binary and Multi-star Systems (Nader Haghighipour et al., arXiv:0704.0832 [astro-ph], 6 Apr 2007)
Terrestrial Planet Formation Around Individual Stars Within Binary Star Systems (Elisa V. Quintana et al., astro-ph/0701266, 9 Jan 2007)
Terrestrial Planet Formation in Binary Star Systems (Elisa V. Quintana & Jack J. Lissauer, arXiv:0705.3444v1 [astro-ph], 23 May 2007)
Terrestrial Planet Formation in Disks with Varying Surface Density Profiles (Sean N. Raymond et al., astro-ph/0507004, 30 Jun 2005)
Terrestrial Planet Formation Surrounding Close Binary Stars (Elisa V. Quintana & Jack J. Lissauer, astro-ph/0607222, 11 Jul 2006)
Testing Disk Instability Models for Giant Planet Formation (Alan P. Boss, arXiv:0704.1138 [astro-ph], 9 Apr 2007)
Thermal Structure and Radius Evolution of Irradiated Gas Giant Planets (Phil Arras & Lars Bildsten, astro-ph/0601317, 15 Jan 2006)
Thoughts on Planetary Migration (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 6 Feb 2014)
3D Hydro Group (Richard H. Durisen et al., Indiana University)
The Three-Dimensional Behavior of Spiral Shocks in Protoplanetary Disks (Aaron C. Boley, arXiv:0710.1244v1 [astro-ph], 5 Oct 2007)
3D-radiation hydro simulations of disk-planet interactions: I. Numerical algorithm and test cases (Hubert Klahr & W. Kley, astro-ph/0510391, 13 Oct 2005)
Three Possible Origins for the Gas Layer on GJ 1214b (Leslie A. Rogers & Sara Seager, arXiv:0912.3243v1 [astro-ph.EP], 16 Dec 2009)
Three regimes of extrasolar planets inferred from host star metallicities (Lars A. Buchhave et al., arXiv:1405.7695 [astro-ph.EP], 29 May 2014)
-- Three Regimes of Planet Formation (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 5 Jun 2014)
Tidal Barrier and the Asymptotic Mass of Proto Gas-Giant Planets (Ian Dobbs-Dixon et al., astro-ph/0701269, 9 Jan 2007)
A torque formula for non-isothermal Type I planetary migration - I. Unsaturated horseshoe drag (Sijme-Jan Paardekooper et al., arXiv:0909.4552v1 [astro-ph.EP], 24 Sep 2009)
Towards a Deterministic Model of Planetary Formation I: a Desert in the Mass and Semi Major Axis Distributions of Extra Solar Planets (Shigeru Ida & Douglas N. C. Lin, arXiv:astro-ph/0312144v1, 5 Dec 2003)
The Transition from Rocky to Non-Rocky Planets (Andrew LePage, ed. Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 14 Nov 2014)
Turbulence driven diffusion in protoplanetary disks - chemical effects in the outer disk (Karen Willacy et al., astro-ph/0603103, 3 Mar 2006)
Turbulent diffusion in protoplanetary discs: The effect of an imposed magnetic field (Anders Johansen et al., astro-ph/0603765, 28 Mar 2006)
Turbulent Torques on Protoplanets in a Dead Zone (Jeffrey S. Oishi et al., astro-ph/0702549, 20 Feb 2007)
TW Hydrae: An Infant Planetary System Analyzed (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 30 Jan 2013)
-- Herschel Finds Past-Prime Star may be Making Planets (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory News Release 2013-038, 30 Jan 2013)
Two Classes of Hot Jupiters (Brad M. S. Hansen & Travis Barman, arXiv:0706.3052v1 [astro-ph], 20 Jun 2007)
Two-dimensional models of layered protoplanetary discs - II. The effect of a residual viscosity in the dead zone (Richard Wunsch et al., astro-ph/0512402, 15 Dec 2005)
Two evolutional paths of an axisymmetric gravitational instability in the dust layer of a protoplanetary disk (Fumiharu Yamoto & Minoru Sekiya, astro-ph/0605194, 8 May 2006)
Two families of exocomets in the Beta Pictoris system (F. Kiefer et al., ESO preprint, 19 Aug 2014)
-- Two Families of Comets Found Around Nearby Star (ESO Science Release eso1432, 22 Oct 2014)
-- Exocomets around Beta Pictoris (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 24 Oct 2014)
-- Two Exocomet Populations Around Beta Pictoris (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 27 Oct 2014)
Ultra low-mass star and substellar formation in sigma Orionis
(J. A. Caballero, astro-ph/0511166, 7 Nov 2005)
The unusual hydrocarbon emission from the early carbon star HD 100764: The connection between aromatics and aliphatics (G. C. Sloan et al., arXiv:0705.0905v1 [astro-ph], 7 May 2007)
The Vega Debris Disk -- A Surprise from Spitzer
(K. Y. L. Su et al., astro-ph/0504086, 4 Apr 2005)
Volume Visualization of the Orion Nebula (SDSC/AMNH)
Vortex generation in protoplanetary disks with an embedded giant planet (Miguel de Val-Borro et al., arXiv:0706.3200v1 [astro-ph], 21 Jun 2007)
Warm Dust resolved in the cold disk around T Cha with VLTI/AMBER (J. Olofsson et al., ESO, Astronomy & Astrophysics ms. no. 16074, 12 Jan 2011) PDF
Water in the envelopes and disks around young high-mass stars (Floris van der Tak et al., astro-ph/0510640, 21 Oct 2005)
Well-Bred Insolence: Forming Planets…and Opinions (Duncan Forgan)
What do Multiple Planet Systems Teach us about Planet Formation?
(Eric B. Ford, astro-ph/0512635, 29 Dec 2005)
Where Are The M Dwarf Disks Older Than 10 Million Years?
(Peter Plavchan et al., astro-ph/0506132, 7 Jun 2005)
Why Does Exoplanet WASP-18b Exist? (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 26 Aug 2009)
A young protoplanet candidate embedded in the circumstellar disk of HD100546 (Sascha P. Quanz et al., ESO Preprint, 23 Jan 2013) PDF
-- The Birth of a Giant Planet? (ESO Science Release eso1310, 28 Feb 2013)
X-Ray Flares of Sun-Like Young Stellar Objects and Their Effects on Protoplanetary Disks (Alfred E. Glassgold, astro-ph/0505562, 27 May 2005)

See also Extrasolar Planets


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Post-MS and Stellar Endpoints


To-day, as through the ages gone,
By law impelled, by law restrained,
Suns, planets, systems,--all sweep on
Toward bourns still dark and unexplained;
Some bright with youth, some dull with age,
Their varied colors well presage
Their distance from the final stage.
John L. Stoddard

Abell Planetary Nebulae (Tom Polakis)
An Aboriginal Australian Record of the Great Eruption of Eta Carinae (Duane W. Hamacher & David J. Frew, Journal for Astronomical History & Heritage 13:3, Nov 2010); arXiv:1010.4610v1 [physics.hist-ph], 22 Oct 2010)
Alex Lobel
An Antarctic ice core recording both supernovae and solar cycles (Yuko Motizuki et al., arXiv:0902.3446v1 [astro-ph.HE], 19 Feb 2009)
Arecibo and the ALFA Pulsar Survey (Joeri van Leeuwen et al., astro-ph/0604392, 19 Apr 2006)
Are neutron stars crushed? Gravitomagnetic tidal fields as a mechanism for binary-induced collapse (Marc Favata, astro-ph/0510668, 23 Oct 2005, revised)
ASCI Center for Astrophysical Thermonuclear Flashes
Astronomers Discover Fastest-Spinning Pulsar
(Scott Ransom et al., NRAO, 12 Jan 2006)
Astronomers Find Dust in the Wind of Black Holes (Spitzer Press Release, 9 Oct 2007)
-- Spitzer spots dusty wind spouting from quasars' black holes (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 10 Oct 2007)
ATNF Astrophysics Pulsar-Supernova Remnant Project
The ATNF Pulsar Database (Australia Telescope National Facility)
Backreaction of Hawking Radiation on a Gravitationally Collapsing Star I: Black Holes? (Laura Mersini-Houghton, arXiv:1406.1525 [hep-th], 5 Jun 2014)
Back-reaction of the Hawking radiation flux on a gravitationally collapsing star II: Fireworks instead of firewalls (Laur Mersini-Houghton & Harald P. Pfeiffer, arXiv:1409.1837 [hep-th], 5 Sep 2014)
Baffling pulsar leaves astronomers in the dark (ESA XMM-Newton Press Release, 24 Jan 2013)
-- Pulsar Twitches Perplex Astronomers (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 24 Jan 2013)
A Beginner's Guide to Cataclysmic Variables
(Kate Harrop-Allin, Mullard Space Science Laboratory)
The binary progenitor of Tycho Brahe's 1572 supernova (Pilar Ruiz-Lapuente et al., Nature 431:1069-72, 28 Oct 2004)
The binary progenitor of Tycho Brahe's 1572 supernova (Pilar Ruiz-Lapuente et al., astro-ph/0410673, 28 Oct 2004)
Biological Effects of Gamma-Ray Bursts: distances for severe damage on the biota (Douglas Galante & Jorge Ernesto Horvath, astro-ph/0512013, 1 Dec 2005, revised)
Birth and Evolution of Isolated Radio Pulsars (Claude-Andre Faucher-Giguere & V. M. Kaspi, astro-ph/0512585, 23 Dec 2005)
The Black Earth; or, The Day when Earth became a Black Hole
(Werner Benger)
Black Hole Links (Net Advance of Physics)
Black Holes (Mike Guidry)
Black Holes (Superstringtheory.com)
Black Holes and Mysteries of the Cosmos (René Nusse)
Black Holes and Neutron Stars (Christopher Miller)
The black hole final state (Gary T. Horowitz & Juan Maldacena, Journal of High Energy Physics, JHEP02(2004)008, 2004; hep-th/0310281, 30 Oct 2003, revised)
Black Holes FAQ (Ted Bunn)
The Brightest Explosions in the Universe (Neil Gehrels et al., Scientific American 287:6:85-91, Dec 2002)

A bright millisecond radio burst of extragalactic origin (Duncan R. Lorimer et al., arXiv:0709.4301v1 [astro-ph], 27 Sep 2007)
-- Big Radio From the Stars (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 27 Sep 2007)
-- Extragalactic radio burst puzzles astronomers (Maggie McKee, New Scientist, 27 Sep 2007)
-- Astronomers Find Mysterious Radio Burst (Dave Mosher, SPACE.com, 27 Sep 2007)
-- Bizarre radio burst baffles astronomers (Daniel Cressey, The Great Beyond, 28 Sep 2007)
-- A mystery radio signal from deep space (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 28 Sep 2007)
-- Mysterious Radio Burst from Magellanic Cloud Stuns & Baffles Astronomers (Andrea Wild, The Daily Galaxy, 1 Oct 2007)
Bruce Balick (University of Washington, Seattle)
A Candidate Neutron Star Associated with Galactic Center Supernova Remnant Sagittarius A East (Sangwook Park et al., astro-ph/0506168, 8 Jun 2005)
Cassiopeia A (Celebrating 5 Years with Chandra)
[Cassiopeia A] Mapping a Supernova's Radioactive Glow (Monica Young, Skey & Telescope News Blog, 21 Feb 2014)
Cassiopeia A Timeline (Chandra Educational Materials)
Cataclysmic Variable Stars (Matt A. Wood et al., Florida Institute of Technology)
Catalogue of Cataclysmic Binaries, Low-Mass X-Ray Binaries and Related Objects (Hans Ritter & Ulrich Kolb)
A Catalog of Spectroscopically Confirmed White Dwarfs from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Data Release 4 (Daniel J. Eisenstein et al., astro-ph/0606700, 28 Jun 2006)
A Catalogue of Galactic Supernova Remnants (David A. Green, MRAO)
The center of the Type Ia supernova remnant SNR 0509-67.5 is empty of any ex-companion star to M_V=+8.4 (Bradley E. Schaefer & Ashley Pagnotta, arXiv:1201.2195v1 [astro-ph.SR], 10 Jan 2012)
-- Origin of Thermonuclear Supernova Discovered (Louisiana State University Press Release, 12 Jan 2012)
CGRO/OSSE NU Gamma Ray Burst Index (Steven Matz)
Chandra X-Ray Observatory Observations of Neutron Stars: An Overview (Martin C. Weisskopf et al., astro-ph/0606732, 29 Jun 2006)
Chandra X-Ray Observations of Nineteen Millisecond Pulsars in the Globular Cluster 47 Tucanae (Slavko Bogdanov et al., astro-ph/0604318, 13 Apr 2006)
The Circumstellar Environments of NML Cyg and the Cool Hypergiants (Michael T. Schuster et al., astro-ph/0510010, 30 Sep 2005)
Clarity Sought on a Crucial Variable Star [SS Cygni] (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News, 24 May 2013)
The close circumstellar environment of Betelgeuse - Adaptive optics spectro-imaging in the near-IR with VLT/NACO (Pierre Kervella et al., arXiv:0907.1843v1 [astro-ph.SR], 10 Jul 2009)
-- Sharpest views of Betelgeuse reveal how supergiant stars lose mass (ESO Science Release ESO 27/09, 29 Jul 2009)
-- Betelgeuse: A Hotheaded Superstar (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 31 Jul 2009)
A Complete Survey of the Transient Radio Sky and Implications for Gamma-Ray Bursts, Supernovae, and other Relativistic Explosions (Avishay Gal-Yam et al., astro-ph/0508629, 29 Aug 2005)
Cool Customers in the Stellar Graveyard I: Limits to Extrasolar Planets Around the White Dwarf G29-38 (John H. Debes et al., astro-ph/0412668, 30 Dec 2004, revised)
Cool Customers in the Stellar Graveyard II: Limits to Substellar Objects Around Nearby DAZ White Dwarfs (John H. Debes et al., astro-ph/0412669, 30 Dec 2004, revised)
Cool Customers in the Stellar Graveyard III: Limits to Substellar Objects around nearby White Dwarfs using CFHT (John H. Debes et al., astro-ph/0509854, 28 Sep 2005)
CREAM | Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass (UMD Cosmic Ray Physics Group)
Culprit for Enigmatic Supernova [2012Z]? (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 6 Aug 2014)
CU Virginis - The First Stellar Pulsar (Barry J. Kellett et al., astro-ph/0701214, 8 Jan 2007)
CXOU J121538.2+361921 in the galaxy NGC 4214: a double neutron star in the making? (Jasinta Dewi, astro-ph/0607068, 5 Jul 2006)
Cygnus X-1: A Black Hole Confirmed (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 29 Nov 2011)
-- NASA's Chandra Adds to Black Hole Birth Announcement (Chandra Press Room, 17 Nov 2011)
-- The Trigonometric Parallax of Cygnus X-1 (Mark J. Reid et al., arXiv:1106.3688 [astro-ph.HE], 18 Jun 2011, revised)
-- The Mass of the Black Hole in Cygnus X-1 (Jerome A. Orosz et al., arXiv:1106.3689 [astro-ph.HE], 18 Jun 2011, revised)
-- The Extreme Spin of the Black Hole in Cygnus X-1 (Lijun Gou et al., arXiv:1106.3690, 18 Jun 2011, revised)
Data Base of Galactic Planetary Nebulae - Innsbruck
The Death Spiral of T Pyxidis (Joseph Patterson et al., arXiv:1303.0736 [astro-ph.SR], 4 Mar 2013)
-- Does a Famous Nova Have a "Suicide Pact"? (Mark Zastrow, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 25 Mar 2013)
A Debris Disk Around An Isolated Young Neutron Star (Zhongxiang Wang et al., astro-ph/0604076, 4 Apr 2006)
Debris Disks Around White Dwarfs: The DAZ Connection
(Mukremin Kilic et al., astro-ph/0603774, 28 Mar 2006)
DE CVn: A bright, eclipsing red dwarf - white dwarf binary (E. J. M. van den Bessellaar et al., astro-ph/0701560, 19 Jan 2007)
Deep wide-field near-infrared survey of the Carina Nebula (Thomas Preibisch et al., arXiv:1104.3477v1 [astro-ph.GA], 18 Apr 2011)
-- VLT Takes Most Detailed Infrared Image of the Carina Nebula (ESO Photo Release eso1208, 8 Feb 2012)
Deriving temperature, mass and age of evolved stars from high-resolution spectra. Application to field stars and the open cluster IC 4651 (Katia Biazzo et al., arXiv:0704.3192v1 [astro-ph], 24 Apr 2007)
Detection of Circumstellar Material in a Normal Type Ia Supernova (abstract of Ferdinando Patat et al., Science Express, 12 Jul 2007; Science 317(5840):924-6, 17 Aug 2007)
-- The Gobbling Dwarf that Exploded (ESO Press Release, 12 Jul 2007)
Detection of Giant Radio Pulses from the Pulsar PSR B0656+14 (A. D. Kuzmin & Alexander A. Ershov, astro-ph/0607323, 14 Jul 2006)
Direct evidence for high-energy particle acceleration in the shell of a supernova remnant (F. A. Aharonian et al., Nature, 4 Nov 2004) PDF
Direct formation of millisecond pulsars from rotationally delayed accretion-induced collapse of massive white dwarfs (Paulo C. C. Freire & Thomas M. Tauris, arXiv:1311.3478 [astro-ph.SR], 14 Nov 2013)
-- Oddball Pulsar Origin? (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 26 Nov 2013)
A disc in the heart of the Ant nebula (Foteini Lykou et al., arXiv:0710.0540 [astro-ph], 2 Oct 2007, revised)
The Discovery of a Companion to the Lowest Mass White Dwarf (Mukremin Kilic et al., arXiv:0704.1813v1 [astro-ph], 13 Apr 2007)
Discovery of an Extraordinarily Massive Cluster of Red Supergiants (Donald F. Figer et al., astro-ph/0602146, 7 Feb 2006)
Discovery of 40Mg and 42Al suggests neutron drip-line slant towards heavier isotopes (T. Baumann et al., Nature 449:1022-4, 25 Oct 2007)
-- Let There Be Aluminum-42: Experiment creates surprise isotope (Davide Castelvecchi, Science News Online, 27 Oct 2007)
-- LA Times, etc: In an accelerator, three new isotopes and clues to nucleosynthesis in stars (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 29 Oct 2007)
Discovery of Photospheric Calcium Line Strength Variations in the DAZd White Dwarf G29-38 (Ted von Hippel & Susan E. Thompson, astro-ph/0702663, 25 Feb 2007)
Disks and Planets Around Massive White Dwarfs
(M. Livio et al., astro-ph/0508678, 31 Aug 2005)
Disruption of a Red Giant Star by a Supermassive Black Hole and the Case of PS1-10jh (Tamara Bogdanovic et al., arXiv:1307.6176 [astro-ph.HE], 23 Jul 2013)
-- Cosmic slurp (US National Science Foundation Discoveries, 14 Apr 2014)
Do Black Holes End up as Quark Stars? (R. K. Thakur, astro-ph/0702671, 25 Feb 2007)
Do Naked Singularities Break the Rules of Physics? (Pankaj S. Joshi, 'Naked Singularities,' Scientific American 300:2:36-43, Feb 2009)
A double detached shell around a post-Red Supergiant: IRAS 17263-3907, the Fried Egg Nebula (E. Lagadec et al., ESO, 26 Sep 2011) PDF
-- Feast your Eyes on the Fried Egg Nebula (ESO Photo Release eso1136, 28 Sep 2011)
The Dust Cloud around the White Dwarf G 29-38 (William T. Reach et al., astro-ph/0511358, 11 Nov 2005, revised)
Dust Production and Particle Acceleration in Supernova 1987A Revealed with ALMA (Remy Indebetouw et al., arXiv:1312.4086 [astro-ph.SR], 14 Dec 2013)
-- ALMA Spots Supernova Dust Factory (ESO Science Release eso1401, 6 Jan 2014)
A Dusty Disk Around GD 362, a White Dwarf With a Uniquely High Photospheric Metal Abundance (E. E. Becklin et al., astro-ph/0509193, 7 Sep 2005)
A Dusty Disk Around WD1150-153: Explaining the Metals in White Dwarfs by Accretion from the Interstellar Medium versus Debris Disks (Mukremin Kilic & Seth Redfield, astro-ph/0701549, 18 Jan 2007)
Eccentric double white dwarfs as LISA sources in globular clusters (Bart Willems et al., arXiv:0705.4287v1 [astro-ph], 29 May 2007)
Echoes from Ancient Supernovae in the Large Magellanic Cloud
(Armin Rest et al., astro-ph/0510738, 26 Oct 2005)
Einstein@Home (Bruce Allen et al., University of Wisconsin)
Einstein@Home (Bruce Allen et al., UWM LIGO Scientific Collaboration Group)
Electromagnetic Pulsar Spindown (Ioannis Contopoulos, astro-ph/0502346, 12 Jul 2006, revised)
Energy Extraction from a Kerr Black Hole - An Ultimate Power Source in the Universe? (Amir Levinson, astro-ph/0502346, 17 Feb 2005, revised)
The enigmatic central star of the planetary nebula PRTM 1 (Heri M. J. Boffin et al., arXiv:1208.3300 [astro-ph.GA], 16 Aug 2012)
-- Cosmic Butterflies: Planetary Nebulae Explained (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 8 Nov 2012)
Entropy of Black Holes (Joseph E. Avron, Technion Physics) PDF
Eric's "Missing" Pulsar Page (Eric V. Gotthelf)
Escaping from the black hole? (E. Babichev et al., hep-th/0604075, 10 Apr 2006)
Eta Carinae: General information, the 2003 spectroscopic event, and the HST Treasury Project (University of Minnesota)
European Gamma-ray Burst Research and Training Network
Evidence for mass ejection associated with long secondary periods in red giants (Peter Robert Wood & Christine P. Nicholls, arXiv:0910.4418v1 [astro-ph.SR], 23 Oct 2009)
-- Brightness Variations of Sun-like Stars: The Mystery Deepens (ESO 48/09 - Science Release, 7 Dec 2009)
Evidence for a second explosion (a quark nova) in Cassiopeia A Supernova (Rachid Ouyed et al., arXiv:1404.5063 [astro-ph.HE], 20 Apr 2014)
-- Quark Nova Spotted in Cas A? (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope, 29 May 2014)
Evolution of PAH Features from Proto- to Planetary Nebulae
(Ryszard Szczerba et al., astro-ph/0510306, 11 Oct 2005)
Excess Infrared Radiation from a Massive DAZ White Dwarf: GD362 - a Debris Disk? (Mukremin Kilic et al., astro-ph/0509188, 7 Sep 2005)
EXIST: All-Sky Hard X-ray Imaging and Spectral-Temporal Survey for Black Holes (Jonathan E. Grindlay et al., astro-ph/0512657, 30 Dec 2005)
The expanding bipolar shell of the helium nova V445 Puppis (Patrick A. Woudt et al., arXiv:0910.1069v1 [astro-ph.SR], 6 Oct 2009)
-- Ticking Stellar Time Bomb Identified (ESO 43/09 - Science Release, 17 Nov 2009)
Experimental Evidence of Black Holes (Andreas Mueller, astro-ph/0701228, 9 Jan 2007)
Exploding star reveals origins of Universe's dust (Ron Cowen, Nature News & Comment, 9 Jul 2014)
Extended envelopes around Galactic Cepheids (Pierre Kervella et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics 448:623-31, 28 Feb 2006) PDF
Externally-polluted white dwarfs with dust disks (Michael Jura et al., arXiv:0704.1170v1 [astro-ph], 10 Apr 2007)
Extremely fast acceleration of cosmic rays in a supernova remnant (Yasunobu Uchiyama et al., Nature 449:576-8, 4 Oct 2007; abstract)
-- NASA: Major Step Toward Knowing Origin of Cosmic Rays (Robert Naeye & Rob Gutro, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 9 Oct 2007)
Falling into a Black Hole (Andrew Hamilton)
A 15.65-solar-mass black hole in an eclipsing binary in the nearby spiral galaxy M 33 (Jerome A. Orosz et al., Nature 449:872-5, 18 Oct 2007; abstract)
-- Heaviest Stellar Black Hole Discovered in Nearby Galaxy (CXC Release, 17 Oct 2007)
-- SDSU Astronomer Leads Team in Discovery of Largest Known Stellar Black Hole (SDSU News Release, 17 Oct 2007)
-- Heavyweight black hole is a record breaker (David Shiga, New Scientist, 17 Oct 2007)
-- Xinhua put right hed on this one: a giant "small" black hole (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 17 Oct 2007)
-- Solving the 26-year-old Puzzle of M33 X-7 (Peter Edmonds, Chandra Chronicles, 27 Sep 2007, updated 19 Oct 2007)
Finding Extrasolar Planets in the Stellar Graveyard with the Hubble Space Telescope (John H. Debes et al., astro-ph/0408158, 9 Aug 2004)
First broad band study of the mysterious source 1E 1743.1-2843 (Melania Del Santo et al., astro-ph/0607388)
Fishman, Gerald J., & Dieter H. Hartmann, 'Gamma-Ray Bursts'
(Scientific American Magnificent Cosmos, March 1998)
Focus on Gamma-Ray Bursts in the Swift Era (ed. Dieter H. Hartmann et al., New Journal of Physics, Jul 2006; updated)
Formation and evolution of compact binaries in globular clusters: II. Binaries with neutron stars (Natalia Ivanova et al., arXiv:0706.4096v1 [astro-ph], 27 Jun 2007)
Formation of a partially-screened inner acceleration region in radio pulsars: drifting subpulses and thermal X-ray emission from polar cap surface (Janusz Gil et al., astro-ph/0601613, 26 Jan 2006)
From computation to black holes and space-time foam (Yee Jack Ng, Physical Review Letters, 86:14:2946-9, 2 Apr 2001; erratum, ibid., 88:13, art. 139902(E), 14 Mar 2002; gr-qc/0006105, 29 Jun 2000, revised)
Full-star Type Ia supernova explosion models (Friedrich Konrad Roepke & Wolfgang Hillebrandt, astro-ph/0409286, 13 Sep 2004)
The Future is Now: the Formation of Single Low Mass White Dwarfs in the Solar Neighborhood (Mukremin Kilic et al., arXiv:0706.3045v1 [astro-ph], 21 Jun 2007)
The Galactic Supernova Remnant W49B Likely Originates from a Jet-Driven, Core-Collapse Explosion (Laura A. Lopez et al., arXiv:1301.0618 [astro-ph.HE], 3 Jan 2013)
-- Baby Black Hole Discovered (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 18 Feb 2013)
Galactic Surf: Black Holes (Edouard Reny)
Galaxy Zoo Supernovae
Galaxy Zoo Supernovae (Arfon M. Smith et al., arXiv:1011.2199v1 [astro-ph.IM], 9 Nov 2010)
Gallery: beautiful planetary nebulae (New Scientist)
Gallery of Planetary Nebula Spectra (Karen B. Kwitter et al., Williams College, Williamstown, Maine)
Gamma-ray binaries: pulsars in disguise? (Guillaume Dubus, astro-ph/0605287, 11 May 2006)
The gamma-ray burst GRB060614 requires a novel explosive process (Avishay Gal-Yam et al., astro-ph/0608257, 11 Aug 2006)
Gamma-Ray Burst Homepage (Dan Reichart et al., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
The gamma-ray burst monitor for Lobster-ISS
(L. Amati et al., astro-ph/0605276, 11 May 2006)
Gamma Ray Burst Optical Follow-up Program (C. Veillet & M. Boer)

Gamma-Ray Burst Page (Josh Bloom)
Gamma-ray Burst Real-time Sky Map (Sonoma State University)
Gamma Ray Bursts (Lynn A. Jenner, Goddard SFC)
Gamma-Ray Bursts (NASA Swift, Sonoma State University)
Gamma-Ray Bursts: Accumulating Afterglow Implications, Progenitor Clues, and Prospects (Peter Meszaros, Science 291:79084, 5 Jan 2001)
Gamma-Ray Bursts and the Earth: Exploration of Atmospheric, Biological, Climatic and Biogeochemical Effects (Brian C. Thomas et al., astro-ph/0505472, 23 May 2005)
Gamma-ray bursts and terrestrial planetary atmospheres (Brian C. Thomas & Adrian L. Melott, astro-ph/0601711, 31 Jan 2006, revised)
Gamma-ray Novae Explained? (Camille M. Carlisle, Sky & Telescope, 9 Oct 2014)
A gaseous metal disk around a white dwarf (B. T. Gänsicke et al., astro-ph/0612697, 22 Dec 2006)
GCN (BACODINE): The GRB Coordinates Network
(Scott Barthelmy et al.)
GCRT J1745-3009 as a Transient White Dwarf Pulsar (Bing Zhang & Janusz Gil, astro-ph/0508213, 9 Aug 2005)
The Geminga Fraction (Alice K. Harding et al., astro-ph/0703019, 1 Mar 2007)
A Ghostly Cosmic Pinwheel [IRAS 23166+1655] (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 9 Sep 2009)
-- A Binary-Induced Pinwheel Outflow from the Extreme Carbon Star, AFGL 3068 (Mark Morris et al., 2006) PDF
-- Imaging the circumstellar envelopes of AGB stars (Nicolas Mauron & Patrick Huggins, arXiv:astro-ph/0602623v1, 28 Feb 2006) PDF
Giant Flare in SGR 1806-20 and Its Compton Reflection from the Moon (Dmitry D. Frederiks et al., astro-ph/0612289, 12 Dec 2006)
Giant Pulses in Pulsar PSR J1752+2359 (Alexander A. Ershov & A. D. Kuzmin, astro-ph/0605086, 3 May 2006)
GRAASP: GRB Afterglows as Probes (Josh Bloom et al.)
A Gravitationally Lensed Supernova? [PS1-10afx] (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 23 Apr 2013)
Gravitational waves from a dust disk around a Schwarzschild black hole (Hajime Sotani & Motoyuki Saijo, gr-qc/0507030, 7 Jul 2005, revised)
Gravitational Wave Sources May Be "Closer" Than We Think (Asghar Qadir, arXiv:0903.0252v1 [astro-ph.GA], 2 Mar 2009)
Gravity's Relentless Pull: An interactive, multimedia website about black holes for Education and Public Outreach (Roeland van der Marel et al., astro-ph/0606601, 23 Jun 2006)
GRB 990123 (Josh Bloom)
GRB 990123 Public Information (George Djorgovski)
GRBs and RHESSI (Paul Scherrer Institute)
GRB 050911: a black hole - neutron star merger or a naked GRB
(Kim L. Page et al., astro-ph/0512358, 14 Dec 2005)
Harbingers of Death: Predicting Supernovae (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 6 Feb 2012_
The H.E.S.S. Project: An Array of Imaging Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescopes (High Energy Stereoscopic System)
High-Energy and Gamma-Ray Burst Theory at Penn State
(Peter Meszaros et al., Pennsylvania State University)
High-energy emission of fast rotating white dwarfs (Nazar Ikhsanov & P. L. Biermann, astro-ph/0509070, 4 Sep 2005)
High frequency observations of southern pulsars (Simon Johnston et al., astro-ph/0604404, 19 Apr 2006)
High Redshift Supernova Search: Home Page of the Supernova Cosmology Project (Saul Perlmutter, LBNL)
How to Blow Up a Star (Wolfgang Hillebrandt et al., Scientific American 295:4:42-9, Oct 2006)
Hunt for Supernova Origins (Raphael Rosen, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 18 Aug 2011)
Hunting cosmic explosions (Jens Hjorth, Physics World, Oct 2004)
Hyperfast pulsars as the remnants of massive stars ejected from young star clusters (Vasilii Gvaramadze et al., astro-ph/0702735, 28 Feb 2007)
ICPlanetaries.com | A Planetary Nebula Resource for the Advanced Amateur Astronomer (Eric Honeycutt)
Images from APO and MRO (Kevin Krisciunas)
Images of Galactic Planetary Nebulae Obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (Arsen R. Hajian &Yervant Terzian)
Imaging the circumstellar envelopes of AGB stars (N. Mauron & P. J. Huggins, astro-ph/0602623, 28 Feb 2006)
Imaging an Event Horizon: submm-VLBI of a Super Massive Black Hole (Sheperd Doeleman et al., arXiv:0906.3899v1 [astro-ph.CO], 21 Jun 2009)
Information-preserving black holes still do not preserve baryon number and other effective global quantum numbers (Dejan Stojkovic et al., gr-qc/0604072, 17 Apr 2006)
Infrared Emission from the Dusty Disk Orbiting GD 362, An Externally-Polluted White Dwarf (Michael Jura et al., astro-ph/0701469, 16 Jan 2007)
An Infrared Imaging Study of the Bipolar Proto-Planetary Nebula IRAS 16594-4656 (Kevin Volk et al., astro-ph/0607488, 20 Jul 2006)
Inside Black Holes (Andrew J. S. Hamilton, JILA, University of Colorado, Boulder)
Interactive Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae
(Joachim Köppen, University of Strasbourg)
The Intermediate Polars (Koji Mukai, Goddard SFC)
International Supernovae Network (Stefano Pesci et al.)
The International TOAD Watch (Tremendous Amplitude Dwarf Novae)
Interpretation of the Helix Planetary Nebula using Hydro-Gravitational-Dynamics: Planets and Dark Energy (Carl H. Gibson & Rudolph E. Schild, astro-ph/0701474, 16 Jan 2007, revised)
Introduction to Black Holes (Cambridge Relativity)
Iron abundances of B-type post-Asymptotic Giant Branch stars in globular clusters: Barnard 29 in M 13 and ROA 5701 in omega Cen (Heather M. A. Thompson et al., arXiv:0705.2196v1 [astro-ph], 15 May 2007)
ISPEC: Virtual Learning Center - Black Holes

Jillian's Guide to Black Holes (Jillian Bornak)
Jodrell Bank Observatory Pulsar Group (University of Manchester)
Josh Bloom's Home Page
Journey to a Black Hole Video
The LHEA Supernova Remnant Group (Jonathan Keohane et al.)
The light curve of the companion to PSR B1957+20 (Mark Reynolds et al., arXiv:0705.2514v1 [astro-ph], 17 May 2007)
Light echoes reveal an unexpectedly cool Eta Carinae during its 19th-century Great Eruption (A. Rest et al., arXiv:1112.2210v1 [astro-ph.GA], 9 Dec 2011)
-- 'Light Echo' Reveals Eta Carinae Puzzle (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 16 Feb 2012)
-- Closure Looms for Keck's Interferometer (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 17 Feb 2012)
Light Echos from ancient SN in the LMC (SuperMACHO Team)
Limits from the Hubble Space Telescope on a Point Source in SN 1987A (Genevieve J. M. Graves et al., astro-ph/0505066, 4 May 2005)
Line and Mean Opacities for Ultracool Dwarfs and Extrasolar Planets (Richard S. Freedman et al., arXiv:0706.2374v1 [astro-ph], 15 Jun 2007)
List of Recent Supernovae (CBAT)
List of Supernovae (CBAT)
List of Supernova Pages on the WWW (Marcos J. Montes)
Long Secondary Periods in Variable Red Giants (Christine P. Nicholls et al., arXiv:0907.2975v1 [astro-ph.SR], 17 Jul 2009)
-- Brightness Variations of Sun-like Stars: The Mystery Deepens (ESO 48/09 - Science Release, 7 Dec 2009)
The Lowest Mass White Dwarf (Mukremin Kilic et al., astro-ph/0611498, 15 Nov 2006, revised)
Low Luminosity Companions to White Dwarfs
(Jay Farihi et al., astro-ph/0506017, 1 Jun 2005)
Low Mass Companions to White Dwarfs (Jay Farihi et al., astro-ph/0509165, 7 Sep 2005)
McGill Pulsar Group (McGill University, Montreal)
Magnetars as cooling neutron stars with internal heating
(A. D. Kaminker et al., astro-ph/0605449, 18 May 2006)
Massive Black Hole Binaries from Collisional Runaways
(M. Atakan Gurkan et al., astro-ph/0512642, 29 Dec 2005)
The Massive Pulsar PSR J1614-2230: Linking Quantum Chromodynamics, Gamma-ray Bursts, and Gravitational Wave Astronomy (Feryal Ozel et al., arXiv:1010.5790v1 [astro-ph.HE], 27 Oct 2010)
Massive Stars (Paul Crowther et al., University of Sheffield)
The Merger Rate of Binary White Dwarfs in the Galactic Disk (Carles Badenes & Dan Maoz, arXiv:1202.5472v2 [astro-ph.SR], 24 Feb 2012, revised)
-- New Fuel for Type Ia Supernova Debate (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 6 Mar 2012)
Merging Neutron Stars (UK Astrophysical Fluids Facility)
Michael Richmond's Supernova Page
The Mira variable S Ori: Relationships between the photosphere, molecular layer, dust shell, and SiO maser shell at 4 epochs (M. Wittkowski et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics, 31 May 2007) PDF
Mode stability in delta Scuti stars: linear analysis versus observations in open clusters (Juan Carlos Suarez et al., arXiv:0705.3626v1 [astro-ph], 24 May 2007)
Monster Gamma-Ray Burst [GRB 130427A] Challenges Theories (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 21 Nov 2013)
Most Powerful Supernova Ever: Found with Mini, Monumental McDonald Observatory Telescopes (McDonald Observatory New Release, 10 Oct 2007)
-- Stellar Explosion Outshines Sun 100 Billion Times (Ker Than, SPACE.com, 11 Oct 2007)
-- Superduper Nova (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 12 Oct 2007)
-- Enigmatic supernova smashes brightness record (David Shiga, New Scientist, 12 Oct 2007)
Mr. Galaxy's Supernovae (Wayne P. Johnson & Jim Benet)
Multidimensional Supernova Simulations with Approximative Neutrino Transport I. Neutron Star Kicks and the Anisotropy of Neutrino-Driven Explosions in Two Spatial Dimensions (Leonhard Scheck et al., astro-ph/0601302, 13 Jan 2006, revised)
Multisite campaign on the open cluster M67. II. Evidence for solar-like oscillations in red giant stars (Dennis Stello et al., astro-ph/0702092, 4 Feb 2007)
Multisite campaign on the open cluster M67. III. Delta Scuti pulsations in the blue stragglers (Hans Bruntt et al., arXiv:0704.3884v1 [astro-ph], 30 Apr 2007)
Mysterious Crab Nebula Flare (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 7 Mar 2013)
The Mysterious Gamma Ray Bursts (COSSC)
NASA Astronomers Find Bizarre Planet-Mass Object Orbiting Neutron Star (Bob Naeye, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 12 Sep 2007)
-- Bizarre Parasitic Star Found (Ker Than, SPACE.com, 12 Sep 2007)
NASA Telescopes Join Forces to Observe Unprecedented Explosion (Francis Reddy, NASA News Release, 7 Apr 2011)
-- The Draco Kill Shot (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 14 Feb 2013)
The nature of the close magnetic white dwarf + probable brown dwarf binary SDSS J121209.31+013627.7 (Matthew R. Burleigh et al., astro-ph/0607389, 17 Jul 2006)
The nature of "dark" gamma-ray bursts (J. Greiner et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics ms., 3 Nov 2010) PDF
-- Light Dawns on Dark Gamma-ray Bursts (ESO Science Release eso1049, 16 Dec 2010)
Nature of giant pulses in radio pulsars (Svetlana A. Petrova, astro-ph/0605154, 5 May 2006)
NCG 300 X-1 is a Wolf-Rayet/Black-Hole Binary (Paul A. Crowther et al., Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 6 Jan 2010) PDF
-- Black Hole Hunters Set New Distance Record (ESO1004 - News Release, 27 Jan 2010)
The Nearby Supernova Factory (Greg Aldering, Lawrence Berkeley Lab)
Neutron Star Atmosphere Models (Yuri Shibanov et al.)
Neutron Stars (Gordon Baym & Frederick K. Lamb, physics/0503245, 31 Mar 2005, revised)
Neutron Stars and Pulsars (HEASARC Imagine the Universe)
Neutron stars in globular clusters: formation and observational manifestations (A. G. Kuranov & K. A. Postnov, astro-ph/0605115, 4 May 2006)
Neutron Stars, Introduction to (M. Coleman Miller)
New Gamma-Ray Burst Smashes Cosmic Distance Record (Francis Reddy, NASA Swift, 28 Apr 2009)
A New Mechanism for Core-Collapse Supernova Explosions (Adam Burrows et al., astro-ph/0510687, 24 Oct 2005)
A new population of ultra-long duration gamma-ray bursts (Andrew J. Levan et al., arXiv:1302.2352 [astro-ph.HE], 10 Feb 2013)
-- When Supergiants Explode: Taking It Slow (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 17 Apr 2013)
NOVA Online | Death Star (PBS, 8 Jan 2002)
Now Playing: Core Collapse in 3D (Mark Zastrow, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 30 Jun 2013)
NRL SNe/SNR/LFRA Home Page (Kurt W. Weiler & Namir E. Kassim)
Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars (Alexander Heger)

Observable Signatures of a Black Hole Ejected by Gravitational Radiation Recoil in a Galaxy Merger (Abraham Loeb, astro-ph/0703722, 28 Mar 2007, revised)
Observation of X-ray Lines from a Gamma-Ray Burst (GRB991216): Evidence of Moving Ejecta from the Progenitor (Luigi Piro et al., Science 290:995-8, 3 Nov 2000)
Old, Fat Stars Flicker (Mark Zastrow, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 21 Aug 2013)
A 1.4-GHz Arecibo Survey for Pulsars in Globular Clusters (Jason W. T. Hessels et al., arXiv:0707.1602v1 [astro-ph], 11 Jul 2007)
On Cas A, Cassini, Comets and King Charles (Roberto Soria et al., arXiv:1301.1855 [physics.hist-ph], 9 Jan 2013)
On the Nature of Part Time Radio Pulsars (Xiang-Dong Li, astro-ph/0606508, 21 Jun 2006)
On the Present and Future of Pulsar Astronomy (Werner Becker et al., astro-ph/0702254, 9 Feb 2007)
On the Progenitor of Supernova 1987A (M. Parthasarathy et al., astro-ph/0611033, 1 Nov 2006)
The Origin of Kepler's Supernova Remnant (Daniel J. Patnaude et al., arXiv:1206.6799v1 [astro-ph.HE], 28 Jun 2012)
-- Dr. Carlos Badenes, University of Pittsburgh – The Kepler Superova (WAMC Northeast Public Radio, 18 Dec 2012)
Padova-Asiago SN Group Home Page
A panchromatic view of massive star feedback and triggered star formation in the Carina Nebula (Thomas Preibisch)
The Parkes multibeam pulsar survey: VI. Discovery and timing of 142 pulsars and a Galactic population analysis (Dunc R. Lorimer et al., astro-ph/0607640, 28 Jul 2006)
Paul Crowther's Home Page (University of Sheffield)
Penn State Pulsar Group
A periodically active pulsar giving insight into magnetospheric physics (Michael Kramer et al., astro-ph/0604605, 28 Apr 2006)
Physical Interpretations of Rotating Radio Transients
(Bing Zhang et al., astro-ph/0601063, 4 Jan 2006)
The Physics of Core-Collapse Supernovae (S. Woosley & Hans-Thomas Janka, astro-ph/0601261, 12 Jan 2006)
The Physics of Gamma-Ray Burst (Tsvi Piran, astro-ph/0405503, 25 May 2004)
Physics of Strongly Magnetized Neutron Stars (Alice K. Harding & Dong Lai, astro-ph/0606674, 28 Jun 2006)
Planetary Nebulae Observer's Home Page (Doug Snyder)
Planetary nebulae: spying our changing galaxy (Tommas Dorigo, A Quantum Diaries Survivor, 12 Sep 2007)
PMS Stellar Evolutionary Tracks (Brian Casey)
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Orbiting HD 233517, an Evolved Oxygen-Rich Red Giant (MIchael Jura et al., astro-ph/0512371, 14 Dec 2005)
Possible Detection of the Stellar Donor or Remnant for the Type Iax Supernova 2008ha (Ryan J. Foley et al., arXiv:1408.1091 [astro-ph.HE], 5 Aug 2014)
Post-Swift Gamma-ray Burst Science and Capabilities Needed to EXIST (Jonathan E. Grindlay, astro-ph/0605112, 4 May 2006)
Precision Pulsar Astrophysics (U.S. Naval Research Lab)
Predicted and Observed Evolution in the Mean Properties of Type Ia Supernovae with Redshift (D. Andrew Howell et al., arXiv:astro-ph/0701912v2, 31 Jan 2007, revised 1 Aug 2007; The Astrophysical Journal 667:L37-L40, 20 Sep 2007)
-- Type 1a Supernovae: A Non-Standard Candle (Pamela L. Gay, Star Stryder, 3 Oct 2007)
-- Supernovae not what they used to be (April Kemick, University of Toronto Press Release, 4 Oct 2007)
-- Supernovas losing 'wattage,' say astronomers (CBC News, 4 Oct 2007)
Predicting the Starquakes in PSR J0537-6910 (John Middleditch et al., astro-ph/0605007, 1 May 2006)
The Princeton Pulsar Group
-- Radio Pulsar Resources
Probing the Pulsar Wind Nebula of PSR B0355+54 (Katherine E. McGowan et al., astro-ph/0605087, 3 May 2006)
The progenitors of calcium-rich transients are not formed in situ (Joe Lyman et al., arXiv:1408.1424 [astro-ph.HE], 6 Aug 2014)
-- Runaway couples create lonely supernovae (Hamish Johnston, Physics World, 11 Aug 2014)
Protecting Life in the Milky Way: Metals Keep the GRBs Away
(Krzysztof Z. Stanek et al., astro-ph/0604113, 6 Apr 2006, updated)
-- Comment on: Protecting Life in the Milky Way: Metals Keep the GRBs Away by Stanek et al (Adrian L. Melott, astro-ph/0604440, 20 Apr 2006)
PSR B1257+12: a quark star with planets? (Youling Yue & Renxin Xu, arXiv:0709.2922v1 [astro-ph], 18 Sep 2007)
PSR B1828-11: a precession pulsar torqued by a quark planet? (K. Liu et al., astro-ph/0611729, 23 Nov 2006)
Pulsar: Research at NRAL - Jodrell Bank
Pulsars as Tools for Fundamental Physics and Astrophysics
(James M. Cordes et al., astro-ph/0505555, 27 May 2005)
Pulsars: Universal Wonders (Samuel Wasswa-Kintu & Imran Esmail)
Pulsar surveys present and future: The Arecibo pulsar-ALFA survey and projected SKA survey (J. S. Deneva et al., astro-ph/0701181, 8 Jan 2007)
The Pulsar Wind Nebula Catalog (Mallory S. E. Roberts et al., McGill Pulsar Group)
PulSE | Pulsar Science in Europe: The Impact of European Pulsar Science on Modern Physics (Jodrell Bank Observatory)
The quantum black hole in 2+1 dimensions (B. Ram & J. Shirley, gr-qc/0604074, 18 Apr 2006)
Quantum Black Holes (Bernard J. Carr & Steven B. Giddings, Scientific American 292:5:48-55, May 2005)
Quantum evaporation of a naked singularity (Rituparno Goswami et al., arXiv:gr-qc/0506129, 28 Jun 2005, revised)
The rapid evolution of the exciting star of the Stingray Nebula (N. Reindl et al., arXiv:1403.6056 [astro-ph.SR], 24 Mar 2014)
-- Observe the Stingray Nebula and Watch A Star Evolve in "Real-Time" (Shannon Hall, Sky & Telescope News, 21 Apr 2014)
Rapid formation of large dust grains in the luminous supernova SN 2010jl (Christa Gall et al., Nature, 9 Jul 2014); eso offprint) PDF
-- VLT Clears Up Dusty Mystery (ESO Science Release eso1421, 9 Jul 2014)
Recent Supernovae Page: A Partial List of SNe Studied by the CfA SN Group (Harvard University)
Relativity and Black Hole Links (Andrew Hamilton)
Restricted entry of globular cluster stars to the asymptotic giant branch (Simon W. Campbell et al., ESO Science Paper, Nature, 29 May 2013) PDF
-- Low Sodium Diet Key to Old Age for Stars (ESO Science Release eso1323, 29 May 2013)

Robert's Supernova Page (Robert Cumming, Stockholm Observatory)
Rocking the Lighthouse: Circumpulsar Asteroids and Radio Intermittency (James M. Cordes & R. M. Shannon, astro-ph/0605145, 5 May 2006)
The R136 star cluster hosts several stars whose individual masses greatly exceed the accepted 150 solar mass stellar mass limit (Paul A. Crowther et al., Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 8 Jul 2010) PDF
-- Stars Just Got Bigger: A 300 Solar Mass Star Uncovered (eso1030 - Science Release, 21 Jul 2010)
-- R136a1: New Heavyweight Champion? (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 21 Jul 2010)
Rotation velocities of white dwarfs determined from the CaII K line
(L. Berger et al., astro-ph/0509121, 6 Sep 2005)
An r-Process Kilonova Associated with the Short-Hard GRB 130603B (E. Berger et al., arXiv:1306.3960 [astro-ph.HE], 17 Jun 2013, revised)
-- Dead Stars Caught Colliding (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 5 Aug 2013)
A search for a counterpart of the unidentified gamma-ray source 3EG J2020+4017 (2CG078+2) (Martin C. Weisskopf et al., astro-ph/0606596, 23 Jun 2006)
Search for radio pulsations in four Anomalous X-ray Pulsars and discovery of two new pulsars (Marta Burgay et al., astro-ph/0607614, 27 Jul 2006)
The Search for Frame-Dragging by Neutron Stars and Black Holes
(Sharon Morsink, Matters of Gravity, Spring 1998)
Searching for sub-millisecond pulsars: A theoretical view
(Renxin Xu, astro-ph/0605028, 1 May 2006, revised)
The Sgr B2 X-ray Echo of the Galactic Center Supernova Explosion that Produced Sgr A East (Chris L. Fryer et al., astro-ph/0506242, 10 Jun 2005)
Short gamma-ray bursts from binary neutron star mergers in globular clusters (Jonathan E. Grindlay et al., astro-ph/0512654, 30 Dec 2005)
A silicate disk in the heart of the Ant (Olivier Chesneau et al., arXiv:0710.0499v1 [astro-ph], 2 Oct 2007)
-- The Frugal Cosmic Ant (ESO Press Release, 27 Sep 2007)
Simulating the boundary layer between a white dwarf and its accretion disc (Jacob Lund Fisker et al., astro-ph/0508691, 31 Aug 2005)
Simulation of a Black Hole by Raytracing (Werner Benger)
Slow glitches in the pulsar B1822-09 (Tatiana V. Shabanova, astro-ph/0607248, 12 Jul 2006)
SNAP (SuperNova/Acceleration Probe) Homepage
(Michael Levi, LBL)
SNEWS: SuperNova Early Warning System
(Kate Scholberg & Alec Habig)
SNEWS: the SuperNova Early Warning System (Pietro Antonioli et al., New Journal of Physics 6:114, 1 Sep 2004)
The SN Gallery (BAIT)
SNORE (SuperNOva REmnants) Group (CfA)
SN 1987A at the end of its second decade (Karina Kjaer et al., astro-ph/0612177, 7 Dec 2006)
SN 2006gy: Discovery of the most luminous supernova ever recorded, powered by the death of an extremely massive star like Eta Carinae (Nathan Smith et al., astro-ph/0612617, 21 Dec 2006, revised)
The Solar Neighborhood. XIX. Discovery and Characterization of 33 New Nearby White Dwarf Systems (John P. Subasavage Jr. et al., arXiv:0704.0894 [astro-ph], 6 Apr 2007)
Sources of Stellar Energy, Einstein- Eddington Timescale of Gravitational Contraction and Eternally Collapsing Objects (Abhas Mitra, astro-ph/0608178, 8 Aug 2006, revised)
Spatially resolving the inhomogeneous structure of the dynamical atmosphere of Betelgeuse with VLTI/AMBER (Keiichi Ohnaka et al., arXiv:0906.4792v1 [astro-ph.SR], 25 Jun 2009)
-- Unveiling the True Face of a Mammoth Star (MPIfR PR 07/2009(4), 29 Jul 2009)
-- Sharpest views of Betelgeuse reveal how supergiant stars lose mass (ESO Science Release ESO 27/09, 29 Jul 2009)
-- Betelgeuse: A Hotheaded Superstar (Kelly Beatty, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 31 Jul 2009)
Speeding bullet star leaves enormous streak across sky (GALEX Galaxy Evolution Explorer Press Release, 15 Aug 2007)
-- A star with a tail (Tom Geller, Nature, 15 Aug 2007)
-- Bizarre comet-like tail found behind star (David Shiga, New Scientist, 15 Aug 2007)
-- The Star That Thinks It's a Comet (Phil Berardelli, ScienceNOW Daily News, 15 Aug 2007)
-- Comet-like Tail Discovered Behind Speeding Star (Ker Than, SPACE.com, 15 Aug 2007)
-- Lots of ink, bunches of metaphors: Familiar big star turns out to be leaving a trail (Knight Science Journalism Tracker, 16 Aug 2007)
Spin-Up/Spin-Down models for Type Ia Supernovae (Rosanne Di Stefano et al., arXiv:1102.4342v1 [astro-ph.HE], 21 Feb 2011)
-- Our Galaxy Might Hold Thousands of Ticking "Time Bombs" (CfA Press Release No. 2011-23, 6 Sep 2011)
-- A New Mechanism for Supernovae (Paul Gilster, Centauri Dreams, 8 Sep 2011)
SPI observations of the diffuse 60Fe emission in the Galaxy (Wei Wang et al., arXiv:0704.3895v1 [astro-ph], 30 Apr 2007)
-- Radioactive iron, a window to the stars (ESA Space Science, 25 Jun 2007)
Spitzer/MIPS Limits on Asteroidal Dust in the Pulsar Planetary System PSR B1257+1 (Geoffrey Bryden et al., astro-ph/0604115, 5 Apr 2006)
Stable TeV - Black Hole Remnants at the LHC: Discovery through Di-Jet Suppression, Mono-Jet Emission and a Supersonic Boom in the Quark-Gluon Plasma (Horst Stoecker, hep-ph/0605062, 5 May 2006, revised)
Star Death (Jack Welch et al., BIMA)
Statistics of the drifting subpulse phenomenon (Patrick Weltevrede et al., astro-ph/0605201, 8 May 2006)
Stellar Partnership Doomed to End in Catastrophe (ESO Science Release eso1505, 9 Feb 2015)
Stellar, Stellar Bang Bang (Virginia Trimble, Beamline, Winter 2001) PDF
The Story Behind the Discovery of "The Cygnus Bubble" PN G 75.5+1.7 (Dave Jurasevich, 18 Jul 2009)
Strengthening the case for the dark energy! Type IIa supernova are after all uniform (Keiichi Maeda, Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, University of Tokyo, 18 Jun 2010)
A Study of Giant Pulses from PSR J1824-2452A (Haydon S. Knight et al., astro-ph/0608155, 7 Aug 2006)
Supernova (Pat Tyler, HEASARC)
Supernova Community (Sternberg Astronomical Institute)
Supernovae astrophysics from Middle Age documents (Francesco Polcaro & Andrea Martocchia, astro-ph/0511187, 7 Nov 2005)
Supernovae at LBL (Peter Nugent's Home Page)

Supernovae Research Home Page
(Supernovae Research Group, UT)
Supernovae, Supernova Remnants and Young Earth Creationism FAQ (Dave Moore)
Supernova Home Page (Kurt W. Weiler, NRL)
Supernova Mystery [Cas A] (Ivan Semeniuk's Embedded Universe, Sky & Telescope, 10 Nov 2009)
Supernova Mystery Remains Just That (Robert Naeye, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 19 Feb 2010)
The Supernova Nexus (Peter Garnavich)
Supernova 1987A (podcast by Rich Talcott, Astronomy Magazine, 13 Sep 2007)
Supernova 1996cr: SN 1987A's Wild Cousin? (Franz E. Bauer et al., arXiv:0804.3597 [astro-ph], 22 Apr 2008, revised)
-- The Wild, Hidden Cousin of SN 1987A (ESO Science Release 32/08, 25 Sep 2008)
Supernova origin of galactic cosmic rays confirmed (Achintaya Rao, Physics World, 14 Feb 2013)
-- Culprit Pegged for Cosmic Rays (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 14 Feb 2013)
Supernova Remnants (Namir E. Kassim, NRL)
Supernova Science Center (LANL)
SuperNova Science Center (University of Arizona)
Polarised radio filaments outside the Galactic plane (M. Vidal et al., arXiv:1410.4438 [astro-ph.GA], 16 Oct 2014)
-- Supernova shock waves create glowing arcs across sky (Josh Sokol, New Scientist, 30 Oct 2014)
Supernova SN2006gy as a first ever Quark Nova? (Denis Leahy & Rachid Ouyed, arXiv:0708.1787v1 [astro-ph], 13 Aug 2007)
-- Was the brightest supernova the birth of a quark star? (David Shiga, New Scientist, 20 Aug 2007)
A Survey of 56 Mid-latitude EGRET Error Boxes for Radio Pulsars (Fronefield Crawford et al., astro-ph/0608225, 10 Aug 2006)
Survival of a brown dwarf after engulfment by a red giant star
(Pierre F. L. Maxted et al., astro-ph/0608054, 2 Aug 2006)
Swift and Chandra Detections of Supernova 2006jc: Evidence for Interaction of the Supernova Shock with a Circumstellar Shell (Stefan Immler et al., arXiv:0712.3290 [astro-ph], 19 Dec 2007, revised)
Terrestrial Consequences of Spectral and Temporal Variability in Ionizing Photon Events (Larissa M. Ejzak et al., astro-ph/0604556, 26 Apr 2006)
The Thermodynamics of Black Holes (Robert M. Wald, Living Reviews in Relativity 4:6, Feb 2001)
30 Glitches in slow pulsars (Gemma H. Janssen & B. W. Stappers, astro-ph/0607260, 12 Jul 2006)
The 3-D Structure of SN 1987A's inner Ejecta (Karina Kjaer et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics ms. no. 14538, 2 Jul 2010) PDF
-- Seeing a Stellar Explosion in 3D (ESO - eso1032 Press Release, 4 Aug 2010)
A 300 parsec long jet-inflated bubble around a powerful microquasar in the galaxy NGC 7793 (Manfred W. Pakull et al., ESO research paper, Nature 466(7303):209, 8 Jul 2010) PDF
-- Black Hole Blows Big Bubble (eso1028 - Science Release, 7 Jul 2010)
Transient pulsed radio emission from a magnetar
(Fernando Camilo, astro-ph/0605429, 17 May 2006)
Trust but verify: The case for astrophysical black holes
(Scott A. Hughes, hep-ph/0511217, 17 Nov 2005, rev.)
Type Iax Supernovae: A New Class of Stellar Explosion (Ryan J. Foley et al., arXiv:1212.2209 [astro-ph.SR], 10 Dec 2012, revised)
-- A New Type of Supernova (Monica Young, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 9 Apr 2013)
UK Working Group on Evolved Stars (Keele University Astrophysics)
Ultramassive: As Big As It Gets (Charles Petit, Science News 174:9:18, 25 Oct 2008)
Unexpectedly large mass loss during the thermal pulse cycle of the red giant R Sculptoris (Matthias Maercker et al., ESO, Oct 2012) PDF
-- Star Draws Spiral (Camille Carlisle, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 10 Oct 2012)
-- Surprising Spiral Structure Spotted by ALMA (ESO Science Release eso1239, 10 Oct 2012)
Unifying the observational diversity of isolated neutron stars via magneto-thermal evolution models (Daniele Vigano et al., arXiv:1306.2156 [astro-ph.SR], 10 Jun 2013)
-- Taming the "Zoo" of Neutron Stars (Mark Zastrow, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 10 Jul 2013)
Universe! - Explore: Voyage to a Black Hole
Variable stars in the field of the old open cluster Melotte 66 (Kamil Zloczewski et al., arXiv:0707.0207v1 [astro-ph], 2 Jul 2007)
Vincent Icke's Planetary Nebulae and Jet Collimation
Virtual Trips to Black Holes and Neutron Stars (Robert Nemiroff)
A VLT/FLAMES survey for massive binaries in Westerlund 1: II. Dynamical constraints on magnetar progenitor masses from the eclipsing binary W13 (B. W. Ritchie et al., Astronomy & Astrophysics ms. no. 14834, ESO, 11 Aug 2010) PDF
-- How Much Mass Makes a Black Hole? (ESO Press Release eso1034, 18 Aug 2010)
A VLT/FLAMES survey for massive binaries in Westerlund 1 IV. Wd1-5 - binary product and a pre-supernova companion for the magnetar CXOU J1647-45? (J. S. Clark et al., A&A ms. no. aa21771-13, 12 May 2014) PDF
-- Magnetar Formation Mystery Solved? (ESO Science Release eso1415, 14 May 2014)
VLT/UVES spectroscopy of Wray 977, the hypergiant companion to the X-ray pulsar GX301-2 (Lex Kaper et al., astro-ph/0607613, 27 Jul 2006)
What We Know about Black Holes (Matthew Francis, Guest Blog, Scientific American, 2 Sep 2011)
When A Standard Candle Flickers (Colleen A. Wilson-Hodge et al., arXiv:1010.2679v1 [astro-ph.HE], 13 Oct 2010)
-- The Crab Nebula Flickers! (Jessical Kloss, Sky & Telescope News Blog, 20 Jan 2011)
White Dwarf Research Corporation
XMM-Newton and ESO observations of the two unidentified gamma-ray sources 3EG J0616-3310 and 3EG J1249-8330 (Nicola La Palombara et al., astro-ph/0607251, 12 Jul 2006)
XMM Spectroscopy of the Transient Supersoft Source RX J0513.9-6951: probing the dynamic white dwarf photosphere (Katherine E. McGowan et al., astro-ph/0509136, 6 Sep 2005)
X-ray Astronomy: Supernovae and Their Remnants
(HEASARC Imagine the Universe)
The X-ray Ridge Surrounding Sgr A* at the Galactic Center
(Gabriel Rockefeller et al., astro-ph/0506244, 10 Jun 2005)

See also Relativity and Cosmology




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