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Forthcoming seminars


Wednesday Colloquium 28.02.2024

Sreekanth Harikumar

Propagation and lensing of gravitational waves in modified theories
SPOTKANIA z ASTRONOMIĄ 11.03.2024

Marek Górski

Jak szybko rozszerza się Wszechświat? Dlaczego astronomowie się ze sobą nie zgadzają?
Journal Club
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» Our recent papers on arXiv

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arXiv:2402.12054[pdf, other]
The transient event in NGC 1566 from 2017 to 2019. I. An eccentric accretion disk and a turbulent, disk-dominated broad-line region unveiled by double-peaked Ca II and O I lines
Comments:22 pages, 17 figures. Accepted for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics
arXiv:2402.09689[pdf, other]
Lense-Thirring Precession after a Supermassive Black Hole Disrupts a Star
Comments:Accepted for publication in Nature
arXiv:2402.13330[pdf, other]
arXiv:2402.09509[pdf, other]
SN 2022jli: The ultraluminous birth of a low-mass X-ray binary
Comments:Astronomy and Astrophysics Letters, in press
arXiv:2402.13032[pdf, other]
Observed epochal variations in X-ray lines from the O Supergiant $ζ$ Puppis do not require substantial changes in the wind mass flux
Comments:18 pages, 13 figures, 4 tables
arXiv:2402.09690[pdf, other]
Alive but Barely Kicking: News from 3+ years of Swift and XMM-Newton X-ray Monitoring of Quasi-Periodic Eruptions from eRO-QPE1
Comments:Resubmitted to ApJ Letters after implementing referee comments
arXiv:2402.12325[pdf, other]
What Is the Black Hole Spin in Cyg X-1?
Comments:submitted to ApJ, comments are welcome