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Documents

A Comprehensive Study of the Outskirts of Galaxy Clusters using Suzaku Download (pdf, 3.55 MB)
A Decade of Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer Seyfert Observations: An RXTE Seyfert Spectral Database Download (pdf, 8.04 MB)
A Deep X-Ray Survey of the Lockman Hole Northwest Download (pdf, 4.61 MB)
A Large Survey for Very Low Surface Brightness Galaxies Download (pdf, 36.38 MB)
A Multi-Wavelength Study of Spiral Arm Substructure Download (pdf, 56.98 MB)
A new model of Jupiter’s jet streams and the effects of moist convection Download (pdf, 27.29 MB)
A Spectral Survey of Black Hole Spin in Active Galactic Nuclei Download (pdf, 3.97 MB)
A Study of Cold Gas and Star Formation in Low-Mass Blue-Sequence E/S0s Download (pdf, 9.24 MB)
Accretion onto Black Holes from Large Scales Regulated by Radiative Feedback Download (pdf, 7.74 MB)
An Analysis of the Environment and Gas Content of Luminous Infrared Galaxies Download (pdf, 4.14 MB)
An Efficient Method for Radiation Hydrodynamics in Models of Feedback-Regulated Star Formation Download (pdf, 2.60 MB)
Atmospheres of hot alien worlds Download (pdf, 4.45 MB)
Bisimulations on planet Kripke Download (pdf, 51.63 MB)
Black Hole Dynamics and Gravitational Radiation in Galactic Nuclei Download (pdf, 7.51 MB)
Black holes, gravity waves and string theory Download (pdf, 5.29 MB)