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Refereed Papers

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2020Zuo, W., Wu, X.-B., Fan, X. et al.C IV Emission-line Properties and Uncertainties in Black Hole Mass Estimates of z ~ 3.5 QuasarsApJ89640
2020Wagner, K., Stone, J., Dong, R. et al.First Images of the Protoplanetary Disk around PDS 201AJ159252
2020Kennedy, M. R., Garnavich, P. M., Littlefield, C., et al.Optical spectra of FO Aquarii during low and high accretion ratesMNRAS4954445
2020Bostroem, K. A., Valenti, S., Sand, D. J. et al. Discovery and Rapid Follow-up Observations of the Unusual Type II SN 2018ivc in NGC 1068ApJ89531
2020Skillman, E. D., Berg, D. A.; Pogge, R. W. et al.CHAOS V: Recombination Line Carbon Abundances in M 101ApJ894138
2020Davies, R. L.; Schreiber, N. M. F., Lutz, D., et al. From Nuclear to Circumgalactic: Zooming in on AGN-driven Outflows at z ~ 2.2 with SINFONIApJ89428
2020Yoon, J., Whitten, D. D., Beers, T. C. et al.Identification of a Group III CEMP-no Star in the Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy Canes Venatici IApJ8947
2020Woodward, C. E., Pavlenko, Ya. V., Evans, A. et al.Lithium in T Coronae BorealisAJ159231
2020Pensabene, A., Carniani, S., Perna, M. et al.The ALMA view of the high-redshift relation between supermassive black holes and their host galaxiesA&A637A84
2020Giannini, T., Giunta, A., Lorenzetti, D. et al.Subsequent outbursts of the same EXor source possibly present similar featuresA&A637A83
2020Ertel, S., Defrere, D., Hinz, P. et al The HOSTS Survey for Exozodiacal Dust: Observational Results from the Complete SurveyAJ159177
2020Esposito, S., Puglisi, A., Pinna, E., et al.On-sky correction of non-common path aberration with the pyramid wavefront sensorA&A636A88
2020Meyer, R. A., Kakiichi, K., Bosman, S. E. I. et al.The role of galaxies and AGN in reionizing the IGM - III. IGM-galaxy cross-correlations at z ∼ 6 from eight quasar fields with DEIMOS and MUSEMNRAS4941560
2020Tucker, M. A., Shappee, B. J., Vallely, P. J. et al. Nebular spectra of 111 Type Ia supernovae disfavour single-degenerate progenitorsMNRAS4931044
2020Garling, C. T., Peter, A. H. G.; Kochanek, C. S. et al. The case for strangulation in low-mass hosts: DDO 113MNRAS4921713
2020Strassmeier K. G., Ilyin I. V., Keles E. et al.High-resolution spectroscopy and spectropolarimetry of the total lunar eclipse January 2019A&A635A156
2020Paiano, S., Falomo, R., Padovani, P., et al. The redshift and the host galaxy of the neutrino candidate 4FGL J0955.1+3551 (3HSP J095507.9+355101)MNRAS495L108
2020Belladitta, S.; Moretti, A.; Caccianiga, A.; The first blazar observed at z > 6A&A635L7
2020Masciadri E., Martelloni G., Turchi A.Filtering techniques to enhance optical turbulence forecast performances at short time-scalesMNRAS492140
2020Saracco P., Gargiulo A., La Barbera F. et al.The Fundamental Plane of cluster spheroidal galaxies at z ~ 1.3: evidence for mass-dependent evolutionMNRAS4911777
2020Rampazzo R., Uslenghi M. , Georgiev I. Y. et al. High-resolution morphology and surface photometry of KIG 685 and KIG 895 with ARGOS+LUCI using the Large Binocular TelescopeAN34110
2019Melandri A., Malesani D. B., Izzo L., et al. GRB 171010A/SN 2017htp: a GRB-SN at z = 0.33MNRAS4905366
2019 Metcalfe T. S., Kochukhov O., Ilyin I. V., et al. LBT/PEPSI Spectropolarimetry of a Magnetic Morphology Shift in Old Solar-type StarsApJL887L38
2019 Lehner N., Wotta C. B., Howk J. C., et al. The COS CGM Compendium. III. Metallicity and Physical Properties of the Cool Circumgalactic Medium at z ? 1ApJ8875
2019 Jones T. J., Williams L. L. R., Ertel S., et al. Image Flux Ratios of Gravitationally Lensed HS 0810+2554 with High-resolution Infrared ImagingAJ158237
2019 Gilli R., Mignoli M., Peca A., et al. Discovery of a galaxy overdensity around a powerful, heavily obscured FRII radio galaxy at z = 1.7: star formation promoted by large-scale AGN feedback? A&A632A26
2019 Garling C. T., Peter A. H. G., Kochanek C. S., et al. The Case for Strangulation in Low-Mass Hosts: DDO 113MNRAS.tmp3184
2019 Farina E. P., Arrigoni-Battaia F., Costa T., et al. The REQUIEM Survey. I. A Search for Extended Ly? Nebular Emission Around 31 z > 5.7 QuasarsApJ887196
2019 Saxena A., Röttgering H. J. A., Duncan K. J., et al. The nature of faint radio galaxies at high redshiftsMNRAS4895053
2019 Moscadelli L., Sanna A., Goddi C., et al. Protostellar Outflows at the EarliesT Stages (POETS). III. H<SUB>2</SUB>O masers tracing disk-winds and jets near luminous YSOsA&A631A74
2019 Annibali F., Beccari G., Bellazzini M., et al. The Smallest Scale of Hierarchy Survey (SSH). I. Survey Description.MNRAS.tmp2782
2019 Wang F., Yang J., Fan X., et al. Exploring Reionization-era Quasars. III. Discovery of 16 Quasars at 6.4 ? z ? 6.9 with DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys and the UKIRT Hemisphere Survey and Quasar Luminosity Function at z ? 6.7ApJ88430
2019 Terreran G., Margutti R., Bersier D., et al. SN 2016coi (ASASSN-16fp): An Energetic H-stripped Core-collapse Supernova from a Massive Stellar Progenitor with Large Mass LossApJ883147
2019 Pfeifle R. W., Satyapal S., Manzano-King C., et al. A Triple AGN in a Mid-infrared Selected Late-stage Galaxy MergerApJ883167
2019 Patton R. A., Kochanek C. S., Adams S. M. Deep late-time observations of the supernova impostors SN 1954J and SN 1961VMNRAS4891986
2019 Pastorello A., Mason E., Taubenberger S., et al. Luminous red novae: Stellar mergers or giant eruptions?A&A630A75
2019 Keles E., Mallonn M., von Essen C., et al. The potassium absorption on HD189733b and HD209458bMNRAS489L37
2019 Ighina L., Caccianiga A., Moretti A., et al. X-ray properties of z > 4 blazarsMNRAS4892732
2019 Giallongo E., Grazian A., Fiore F., et al. Space Densities and Emissivities of Active Galactic Nuclei at z > 4ApJ88419
2019Keles E., Mallonn M., von Essen C., et al.The potassium absorption on HD189733b and HD209458bMNRAS489L37
2019Annibali F., Bellazzini M., Correnti M., et al.HST Resolves Stars in a Tiny Body Falling on the Dwarf Galaxy DDO 68ApJ88319
2019Heidt J., Quirrenbach A., Hoyer N., et al.3C 294 revisited: Deep Large Binocular Telescope AO NIR images and optical spectroscopyA&A628A28
2019Neumann J., Gadotti D. A., Wisotzki L., et al.The Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS). Comparative analysis of the structural properties of star-forming and non-star-forming galaxy barsA&A627A26
2019Leighly K. M., Terndrup D. M., Lucy A. B., et al.The z=0.54 LoBAL Quasar SDSS J085053.12+445122.5: II. The Nature of Partial Covering in the Broad-Absorption-Line OutflowApJ87927
2019Borgniet S., Perraut K., Su K., et al.Constraints on HD 113337 fundamental parameters and planetary system. Combining long-base visible interferometry, disc imaging, and high-contrast imagingA&A627A44
2019Pilo S., Castellano M., Fontana A., et al.UV slope of z∼3 bright (L>L∗) Lyman-break galaxies in the COSMOS fieldA&A626A45
2019Namiki S. V., Koyama Y., Hayashi M., et al.A Spectroscopic Study of a Rich Cluster at z=1.52 with Subaru and LBT: The Environmental Impacts on the Mass-Metallicity RelationApJ877118
2019Burchett J. N., Tripp T. M., Prochaska J. X., et al.The COS Absorption Survey of Baryon Harbors (CASBaH): Warm-Hot Circumgalactic Gas Reservoirs Traced by Ne VIII AbsorptionApJ877L20
2019Briesemeister Z. W., Skemer A. J., Stone J. M., et al.High Spatial Resolution Thermal Infrared Spectroscopy with ALES: Resolved Spectra of the Benchmark Brown Dwarf Binary HD 130948BCAJ157244
2019Strassmeier K. G., Carroll T. A., Ilyin I. V.Warm and cool starspots with opposite polarities. A high-resolution Zeeman-Doppler-Imaging study of II Pegasi with PEPSIA&A625A27
2019Schmidt S. J., Shappee B. J., van Saders J. L., et al.The Largest M Dwarf Flares from ASAS-SNApJ876115
2019Ho I.-T.A machine learning artificial neural network calibration of the strong-line oxygen abundanceMNRAS4853569
2019Sheppard S. S., Trujillo C. A., Tholen D. J., et al.A New High Perihelion Trans-Plutonian Inner Oort Cloud Object: 2015 TG387AJ157139
2019Saracco P., La Barbera F., Gargiulo A., et al.Age, metallicity, and star formation history of spheroidal galaxies in cluster at z &tilde; 1.2MNRAS4842281
2019Pfeifle R. W., Satyapal S., Secrest N. J., et al.Buried Black Hole Growth in IR-selected Mergers: New Results from ChandraApJ875117
2019Georgiev I. Y., Neumayer N., G&auml;ssler W., et al.The Milky Way like galaxy NGC 6384 and its nuclear star cluster at high NIR spatial resolution using LBT/ARGOS commissioning dataMNRAS4843356
2019F&ouml;rster Schreiber N. M., &Uuml;bler H., Davies R. L., et al.The KMOS3D Survey: Demographics and Properties of Galactic Outflows at z = 0.6–2.7ApJ87521
2019Denk T., Mottola S.Studies of irregular satellites: I. Lightcurves and rotation periods of 25 Saturnian moons from Cassini observationsIcar32280
2019Bik A., Henning T., Wu S.-W., et al.Near-infrared spectroscopy of the massive stellar population of W51: evidence for multi-seeded star formationA&A624A63
2019Tanvir N. R., Fynbo J. P. U., de Ugarte Postigo A., et al.The fraction of ionizing radiation from massive stars that escapes to the intergalactic mediumMNRAS4835380
2019Osorio Y., Lind K., Barklem P. S., et al.Ca line formation in late-type stellar atmospheres. I. The model atomA&A623A103
2019Macuga M., Martini P., Miller E. D., et al.The Fraction of Active Galactic Nuclei in the USS 1558-003 Protocluster at z = 2.53ApJ87454
2019Izotov Y. I., Thuan T. X., Guseva N. G.J1234+3901: an extremely metal-deficient compact star-forming dwarf galaxy at redshift 0.133MNRAS4835491
2019Caccianiga A., Moretti A., Belladitta S., et al.The space density of z >4 blazarsMNRAS484204
2019Wotta C. B., Lehner N., Howk J. C., et al.The COS CGM Compendium. II. Metallicities of the Partial and Lyman Limit Systems at z < 1ApJ87281
2019Sablowski D. P., J&auml;rvinen S., Ilyin I., et al.Carbon 12C/13C isotope ratio of Alpha Aurigae revisedA&A622L11
2019Gordon M. S., Jones T. J., Humphreys R. M., et al.Thermal Emission in the Southwest Clump of VY CMaAJ15757
2019Cauley P. W., Shkolnik E. L., Ilyin I., et al.Atmospheric Dynamics and the Variable Transit of KELT-9 bAJ15769
2019Rabien S., Angel R., Barl L., et al.ARGOS at the LBT. Binocular laser guided ground-layer adaptive opticsA&A621A4
2019Pan X., Lu H., Komossa S., et al.A Deeply Buried Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Nucleus Uncovered in Scattered LightApJ87075
2019Melandri A., Rossi A., Benetti S., et al.Unveiling the enigma of ATLAS17aeuA&A621A81
2019Humphreys R. M., Stangl S., Gordon M. S., et al.Luminous and Variable Stars in NGC 2403 and M81AJ15722
2019Graur O.Late-time Observations of the Type Ia Supernova SN 2014J with the Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Camera 3ApJ87014
2019Frye B. L., Pascale M., Qin Y., et al.PLCK G165.7+67.0: Analysis of a Massive Lensing Cluster in a Hubble Space Telescope Census of Submillimeter Giant Arcs Selected Using Planck/HerschelApJ87151
2019Fan X., Wang F., Yang J., et al.The Discovery of a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar at z=6.51ApJ870L11
2019Annibali F., La Torre V., Tosi M., et al.Chemical abundances and radial velocities in the extremely metal-poor galaxy DDO 68MNRAS4823892
2018Wang W., Kassin S. A., Pacifici C., et al.Galaxy Inclination and the IRX– β Relation: Effects on UV Star Formation Rate Measurements at Intermediate to High RedshiftsApJ869161
2018Stone J. M., Skemer A. J., Hinz P. M., et al.The LEECH Exoplanet Imaging Survey: Limits on Planet Occurrence Rates under Conservative AssumptionsAJ156286
2018Saracco P., La Barbera F., Gargiulo A., et al.Age, metallicity and star formation history of spheroidal galaxies in cluster at z &tilde; 1.2MNRAS
2018Jansen R. A., Windhorst R. A.The James Webb Space Telescope North Ecliptic Pole Time-domain Field. I. Field Selection of a JWST Community Field for Time-domain StudiesPASP130124001
2018Järvinen S. P., Strassmeier K. G., Carroll T. A., et al.Mapping EK Draconis with PEPSI. Possible evidence for starspot penumbraeA&A620A162
2018Heritier C. T., Esposito S., Fusco T., et al.A new calibration strategy for adaptive telescopes with pyramid WFSMNRAS4812829
2018Stangalini M., Li Causi G., Pedichini F., et al.Recurrence Quantification Analysis as a Post-processing Technique in Adaptive Optics High-contrast ImagingApJ8686
2018Bonsor A., Wyatt M. C., Kral Q., et al.Using warm dust to constrain unseen planetsMNRAS4805560
2018Perna M., Curti M., Cresci G., et al.LBT/ARGOS adaptive optics observations of z ~ 2 lensed galaxiesA&A618A36
2018Lehner N., Wotta C. B., Howk J. C., et al.The COS CGM Compendium. I. Survey Design and Initial ResultsApJ86633
2018Johnson S. A., Kochanek C. S., Adams S. M.The quiescent progenitors of four Type II-P/L supernovaeMNRAS4801696
2018Chiang I.-D., Sandstrom K. M., Chastenet J., et al.The Spatially Resolved Dust-to-metals Ratio in M101ApJ865117
2018Casasola V., Magrini L., Combes F., et al.Spectroscopic characterization of the protocluster of galaxies around 7C 1756+6520 at z 1.4A&A618A128
2018Vietri G., Piconcelli E., Bischetti M., et al.The WISSH quasars project. IV. Broad line region versus kiloparsec-scale windsA&A617A81
2018McGreer I. D., Cl&eacute;ment B., Mainali R., et al.A bright-lensed galaxy at z = 5.4 with strong Ly Alpha emissionMNRAS479435
2018Mainali R., Zitrin A., Stark D. P., et al.Spectroscopic constraints on UV metal line emission at z ~= 6-9: the nature of Ly Alpha emitting galaxies in the reionization eraMNRAS4791180
2018Crepp J. R., Gonzales E. J., Bowler B. P., et al.The TRENDS High-contrast Imaging Survey. VII. Discovery of a Nearby Sirius-like White Dwarf System (HD 169889)ApJ86442
2018Bosman S. E. I., Fan X., Jiang L., et al.New constraints on Lyman-Alpha opacity with a sample of 62 quasars at z > 5.7MNRAS4791055
2018Bose S., Dong S., Kochanek C. S., et al.ASASSN-15nx: A Luminous Type II Supernova with a ‘Perfect’ Linear DeclineApJ862107
2018Belli S., Contursi A., Davies R. I.Flame : A flexible data reduction pipeline for near-infrared and optical spectroscopyMNRAS4782097
2018Webb N. A., Schwope A., Zolotukhin I., et al.Two new magnetic cataclysmic variables discovered in the 3XMM catalogueA&A615A133
2018Littlefield C., Garnavich P., Kennedy M., et al.A Comprehensive K2 and Ground-based Study of CRTS J035905.9+175034, an Eclipsing SU UMa System with a Large Mass RatioAJ155232
2018Fritz T. K., Lokken M., Kallivayalil N., et al.The Orbit and Origin of the Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy Segue 1ApJ860164
2018Findlay J. R., Prochaska J. X., Hennawi J. F., et al.Quasars Probing Quasars. X. The Quasar Pair Spectral DatabaseApJS23644
2018Ashcraft T. A., Windhorst R. A., Jansen R. A., et al.Ultra-deep Large Binocular Camera U-band Imaging of the GOODS-North Field: Depth Versus ResolutionPASP13064102
2018Grazian A., Giallongo E., Boutsia K., et al.The contribution of faint AGNs to the ionizing background at z 4A&A613A44
2018Kakiichi, K., Ellis, R. S., Laporte, Nicolas et al.The role of galaxies and AGN in reionizing the IGM - I. Keck spectroscopy of 5 < z < 7 galaxies in the QSO field J1148+5251MNRAS47943
2018Farina E. P., Georgiev I. Y., Decarli R., et al.Resolving the host galaxy of a distant blazar with LBT/LUCI 1 + ARGOSMNRAS4761835
2018Ertel S., Defrère D., Hinz P., et al.The HOSTS Survey - Exozodiacal Dust Measurements for 30 StarsAJ155194
2018Annibali F., Morandi E., Watkins L. L., et al.LBT/MODS spectroscopy of globular clusters in the irregular galaxy NGC 4449MNRAS4761942
2018Vallely P. J., Prieto J. L., Stanek K. Z., et al.The highly luminous Type Ibn supernova ASASSN-14msMNRAS4752344
2018Urquhart R., Soria R., Johnston H. M., et al.Multiband counterparts of two eclipsing ultraluminous X-ray sources in M 51MNRAS4753561
2018Strassmeier K. G., Ilyin I., Weber M.PEPSI deep spectra. II. Gaia benchmark stars and other M-K standardsA&A612A45
2018Strassmeier K. G., Ilyin I., Steffen M.PEPSI deep spectra. I. The Sun-as-a-starA&A612A44
2018Saxena A., Jagannathan P., R&ouml;ttgering H. J. A., et al.A search for faint high-redshift radio galaxy candidates at 150 MHzMNRAS4755041
2018Rest A., Garnavich P. M., Khatami D., et al.A fast-evolving luminous transient discovered by K2/KeplerNatAs2307
2018Mack C. E., Strassmeier K. G., Ilyin I., et al.PEPSI deep spectra. III. Chemical analysis of the ancient planet-host star Kepler-444A&A612A46
2018Lau M. W., Prochaska J. X., Hennawi J. F.Quasars Probing Quasars. IX. The Kinematics of the Circumgalactic Medium Surrounding z ~ 2 QuasarsApJ857126
2018Howk J. C., Rueff K. M., Lehner N., et al.ApJ856166
2018Howk J. C., Rueff K. M., Lehner N., et al.Extraplanar H II Regions in Spiral Galaxies. II. In Situ Star Formation in the Interstellar Thick Disk of NGC 4013ApJ856167
2018Henze M., Darnley M. J., Williams S. C., et al.Breaking the Habit: The Peculiar 2016 Eruption of the Unique Recurrent Nova M31N 2008-12aApJ85768
2018Brusa M., Cresci G., Daddi E., et al.Molecular outflow and feedback in the obscured quasar XID2028 revealed by ALMAA&A612A29
2018Shappee B. J., Piro A. L., Stanek K. Z., et al.Strong Evidence against a Non-degenerate Companion in SN 2012cgApJ8556
2018Schrabback T., Schirmer M., van der Burg R. F. J., et al.Precise weak lensing constraints from deep high-resolution K<SUB>s</SUB> images: VLT/HAWK-I analysis of the super-massive galaxy cluster RCS2 J 232727.7-020437 at z = 0.70A&A610A85
2018McGreer I. D., Fan X., Jiang L., et al.The Faint End of the z = 5 Quasar Luminosity Function from the CFHTLSAJ155131
2018Mayo A. W., Vanderburg A., Latham D. W., et al.275 Candidates and 149 Validated Planets Orbiting Bright Stars in K2 Campaigns 0-10AJ155136
2018Giannini T., Munari U., Antoniucci S., et al.The 2016-2017 peak luminosity of the pre-main sequence variable V2492 CygniA&A611A54
2018Übler H., Genzel R., Tacconi L. J., et al.Ionized and Molecular Gas Kinematics in a z = 1.4 Star-forming GalaxyApJ854L24
2018Johnson M. C., Rodriguez J. E., Zhou G., et al.KELT-21b: A Hot Jupiter Transiting the Rapidly Rotating Metal-poor Late-A Primary of a Likely Hierarchical Triple SystemAJ155100
2018Yang Y., Wang L., Baade D., et al.Late-time Flattening of Type Ia Supernova Light Curves: Constraints from SN 2014J in M82ApJ85289
2018Testa V., Mignani R. P., Rea N., et al.Large Binocular Telescope observations of PSR J2043+2740*MNRAS4732000
2018Spalding E., Hinz P., Skemer A., et al.Precision Time-series Photometry in the Thermal Infrared with a ‘Wall-eyed’ Pointing Mode at the Large Binocular TelescopePASP13014504
2018Littlefield C., Garnavich P., Hoyt T. J., et al.MASTER OT J132104.04+560957.8: A Polar with Absorption-Emission Line ReversalsAJ15518
2018Izotov Y. I., Thuan T. X., Guseva N. G., et al.J0811+4730: the most metal-poor star-forming dwarf galaxy knownMNRAS4731956
2018Finzell T., Chomiuk L., Metzger B. D., et al.A Detailed Observational Analysis of V1324 Sco, the Most Gamma-Ray-luminous Classical Nova to DateApJ852108
2018Brown J. S., Kochanek C. S., Holoien T. W.-S., et al.The ultraviolet spectroscopic evolution of the low-luminosity tidal disruption event iPTF16fnlMNRAS4731130
2018Bañados E., Venemans B. P., Mazzucchelli C., et al.An 800-million-solar-mass black hole in a significantly neutral Universe at a redshift of 7.5Natur553473
2017Johnson S. A., Kochanek C. S., Adams S. M.On the progenitor of the Type Ibc supernova 2012fhMNRAS4723115
2017Beatty T. G., Madhusudhan N., Pogge R., et al.The Broadband and Spectrally Resolved H-band Eclipse of KELT-1b and the Role of Surface Gravity in Stratospheric Inversions in Hot JupitersAJ154242
2017Martocchia S., Piconcelli E., Zappacosta L., et al.The WISSH quasars project. III. X-ray properties of hyper-luminous quasarsA&A608A51
2017O'Dea C. P., Worrall D. M., Tremblay G. R., et al.Testing for Shock-heated X-Ray Gas around Compact Steep Spectrum Radio GalaxiesApJ85187
2017Cusano F., Garofalo A., Clementini G., et al.Variable Stars and Stellar Populations in Andromeda XXVII. IV. An Off-centered, Disrupted GalaxyApJ8519
2017Mazzucchelli C., Ba&ntilde;ados E., Venemans B. P., et al.Physical Properties of 15 Quasars at z >~ 6.5ApJ84991
2017Webb J. J., Vesperini E., Dalessandro E., et al.Modelling the observed stellar mass function and its radial variation in galactic globular clustersMNRAS4713845
2017Shivvers I., Zheng W., Van Dyk S. D., et al.The nearby Type Ibn supernova 2015G: signatures of asymmetry and progenitor constraintsMNRAS4714381
2017Sallum S., Eisner J.Data Reduction and Image Reconstruction Techniques for Non-redundant MaskingApJS2339
2017Rabitz A., Lamer G., Schwope A., et al.Distant clusters of galaxies in the 2XMM/SDSS footprint: follow-up observations with the LBTA&A607A56
2017Li Causi G., Stangalini M., Antoniucci S., et al.SFADI: The Speckle-free Angular Differential Imaging MethodApJ84985
2017Matthee J., Sobral D., Best P., et al.Boötes-HiZELS: an optical to near-infrared survey of emission-line galaxies at z = 0.4-4.7MNRAS471629
2017Izotov Y. I., Thuan T. X., Guseva N. G.LBT observations of compact star-forming galaxies with extremely high [O III]/[O II] flux ratios: He I emission-line ratios as diagnostics of Lyman continuum leakageMNRAS471548
2017Satyapal S., Secrest N. J., Ricci C., et al.Buried AGNs in Advanced Mergers: Mid-infrared Color Selection as a Dual AGN Candidate FinderApJ848126
2017Balmaverde B., Gilli R., Mignoli M., et al.Primordial environment of supermassive black holes. II. Deep Y- and J-band images around the z 6.3 quasar SDSS J1030+0524A&A606A23
2017Ricci F., La Franca F., Marconi A., et al.Detection of faint broad emission lines in type 2 AGNs – III. On the MBH-σ⋆ relation of type 2 AGNsMNRAS471L41
2017Humphreys R. M., Davidson K., Van Dyk S. D., et al.A Tale of Two Impostors: SN2002kg and SN1954J in NGC 2403ApJ84886
2017Tian H.-J., Gupta P., Sesar B., et al.A Gaia-PS1-SDSS (GPS1) Proper Motion Catalog Covering 3/4 of the SkyApJS2324
2017Schmidt T. M., Worseck G., Hennawi J. F., et al.Statistical Detection of the He ii Transverse Proximity Effect: Evidence for Sustained Quasar Activity for > 25 Million YearsApJ84781
2017Yang H., Malhotra S., Rhoads J. E., et al.Blueberry Galaxies: The Lowest Mass Young StarburstsApJ84738
2017Adams S. M., Kochanek C. S., Gerke J. R., et al.The search for failed supernovae with the Large Binocular Telescope: constraints from 7 yr of dataMNRAS4691445
2017Calistro Rivera G., Williams W. L., Hardcastle M. J., et al.The LOFAR window on star-forming galaxies and AGNs - curved radio SEDs and IR-radio correlation at 0<z<2.5MNRAS4693468
2017Pedichini F., Stangalini M., Ambrosino F., et al.High Contrast Imaging in the Visible: First Experimental Results at the Large Binocular TelescopeAJ15474
2017Menci N., Giallongo E., Grazian A., et al.Observing the very low surface brightness dwarfs in a deep field in the VIRGO cluster: constraints on dark matter scenariosA&A604A59
2017Mallonn M., Wakeford H. R.Near-ultraviolet transit photometry of HAT-P-32 b with the Large Binocular Telescope: Silicate aerosols in the planetary atmosphereAN338773
2017Adams S. M., Kochanek C. S., Gerke J. R., et al.The search for failed supernovae with the Large Binocular Telescope: confirmation of a disappearing starMNRAS4684968
2017Dimitriadis G., Sullivan M., Kerzendorf W., et al.The late-time light curve of the Type Ia supernova SN 2011feMNRAS4683798
2017Sallum S., Eisner J. A., Hinz P. M., et al.Improved Constraints on the Disk around MWC 349A from the 23 m LBTIApJ84422
2017Annibali F., Tosi M., Romano D., et al.Planetary Nebulae and H ii Regions in the Starburst Irregular Galaxy NGC 4449 from LBT MODS DataApJ84320
2017Grazian A., Giallongo E., Paris D., et al.Lyman continuum escape fraction of faint galaxies at z 3.3 in the CANDELS/GOODS-North, EGS, and COSMOS fields with LBCA&A602A18
2017Onori F., Ricci F., La Franca F., et al.Detection of faint broad emission lines in type 2 AGN - II. On the measurement of the black hole mass of type 2 AGN and the unified modelMNRAS468L97
2017Glück M., Pott J.-U., Sawodny O.Investigations of an Accelerometer-based Disturbance Feedforward Control for Vibration Suppression in Adaptive Optics of Large TelescopesPASP12965001
2017Decarli R., Walter F., Venemans B. P., et al.Rapidly star-forming galaxies adjacent to quasars at redshifts exceeding 6Nature545457
2017Shappee B. J., Stanek K. Z., Kochanek C. S., et al.Whimper of a Bang: Documenting the Final Days of the Nearby Type Ia Supernova 2011feApJ84148
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