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The European Physical Journal H and LaTeX by Phillip Helbig
I would appreciate it if someone who has published something in the European Physical Journal H via LaTeX could contact me via email.
February 26th 21 03:11 PM
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The sea of galaxies and a big question by jacob navia
Hi I have posted several times here about a "sea" of galaxies just beyond the limit of our telescopes. Two new obsevations start confirming the existence of...
February 25th 21 09:19 AM
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Type of Tau Ceti and Toliman by Jos Bergervoet
Why is Tau Ceti a G-type star and Toliman (Alpha Cen B) a K-type? In terms of mass, Tau Ceti is actually the lighter one (78% of the Sun's mass vs. 90% for...
February 21st 21 12:45 AM
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MOND confirmed by jacobnavia
In a paper in the Astrophysical Journal, (The Astrophysical Journal, 904:51 (20pp), 2020 November 20) several researches cnfirm MOND's prediction of 1984:...
December 23rd 20 07:44 PM
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13th International LISA Symposium online 2020-Sept-01 through -03 by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_3_]
The 13th International LISA Symposium is happening online today (2020-Sept-01), tomorrow (2020-Sept-02), and thursday...
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Milliquas v6.6 released, includes SDSS-DR16Q by Eric Flesch
The Million Quasars (Milliquas) catalogue v6.6 is released with data from publications to 30-August-2020, with the count of fully classified type-I quasars &...
September 1st 20 10:50 AM
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Hubble-Lemaitre constant online talk by Steve Willner
Some may be interested in a Jul 9 online talk "Relieving the Hubble tension with primordial magnetic fields" by Levon Pogosian. Details are at...
July 6th 20 07:46 PM
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LIGO/Virgo announce detection of a 23/2.6 M_sun black hole coalescence by Jonathan Thornburg [remove -animal to reply][_5_]
The LIGO/Virgo collaboration has just announced their detection of a gravitational-wave signal, GW190814 (observed on 2019 August 14), interpreted as the...
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: change in business model? by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society has charged authors nothing; costs are covered (and more, as the commercial publisher makes a profit and also...
June 17th 20 02:29 PM
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OJ 287 proper time atricles in sci.astro needs comments by No Name
Please give comments OJ 287 binary black hole system articles of proper time general relativity analytic solution. Weinberg S. 1972 Gravitation and Cosmology...
June 9th 20 07:22 AM
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Is the Universe Younger than We Thought? by Nicolaas Vroom
Accordingly to this article: https://medium.com/the-cosmic-companion/is-the-universe-younger-than-we-thought-e8a649a32ec8 "Is the Universe Younger than We...
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June 7th 20 12:33 AM
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New Telescope Will Watch Entire Southern Sky in Infrared by Internetado[_4_]
When it's complete, a new infrared telescope in Australia will give astronomers an unprecedented glimpse of the universe. The Dynamic Red All-Sky Monitoring...
May 26th 20 08:55 PM
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upright Greek letters for constants as opposed to variables by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
Some journals require upright Greek letters for constants as opposed to variables, for example $\upi$ when used to denote 3.14159... as opposed to a variable...
May 23rd 20 07:10 PM
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easy(?) cosmology question: what to integrate to get R(t) by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
When discussing Friedmann models, the usual approach is to start with the Friedmann equation then express dr/dt as a function of R, Omega, lambda, and so on,...
April 30th 20 06:56 PM
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How should one cite the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics? by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
They do have a rather strange numbering scheme. There are 12 "issues" per year, and the volume number is the same as the year number, and really is 4...
April 17th 20 06:39 AM
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mnras.cls, hyperref, url: urls do not break across lines by Phillip Helbig
On an old LaTeX installation, things work fine, with one bug I can correct: the URL gets broken by a % (i.e. to make LaTeX ignore the line break) if it is a...
April 16th 20 12:10 PM
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Fate of Outer Planets in the Sun's Red-giant Phase by No Name
In a number of documentaries i've watched over the years when discussing the fate of the inner terrestrial-planets when the Sun enters its' red-giant phase it...
April 11th 20 12:56 AM
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On "Nonstationarity of AGN variability" -- selection effect by Eric Flesch
A new paper accepted by ApJL, arXiv:2001.04471 "Nonstationarity of AGN variability: The only way to go is down!" by Caplar et al, concludes that visible quasar...
February 27th 20 05:59 AM
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Luminosity Evolution in Supernova Cosmology by Richard D. Saam
Early-type Host Galaxies of Type Ia Supernovae. II. Evidence for Luminosity Evolution in Supernova Cosmology https://arxiv.org/abs/1912.04903 The authors...
January 20th 20 12:04 AM
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fourth "live post" from the Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics by Phillip Helbig (undress to reply)[_2_]
The concluding talk on open problems in cosmology was given by Joe Silk. I'll mention below a few things I found particularly interesting. Although the...
December 29th 19 08:57 PM
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