NAME AT 2016fnl , the SIMBAD biblio

NAME AT 2016fnl , the SIMBAD biblio (55 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.03.05CET08:42:15


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2021ApJ...906..101M 570       D     X C       11 14 ~ An energy inventory of tidal disruption events. MOCKLER B. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2021ApJ...907...77Z 620       D     X C       12 20 ~ Measuring black hole masses from tidal disruption events and testing the MBH* relation. ZHOU Z.Q., LIU F.K., KOMOSSA S., et al.
2021ApJ...908....4V 20       D               1 35 ~ Seventeen tidal disruption events from the first half of ZTF survey observations: entering a new era of population studies. VAN VELZEN S., GEZARI S., HAMMERSTEIN E., et al.
2020ApJ...889..166J 47           X         1 26 ~ Implications from late-time X-ray detections of optically selected tidal disruption events: state changes, unification, and detection rates. JONKER P.G., STONE N.C., GENEROZOV A., et al.
2020ApJ...890...73B 47           X         1 6 ~ The prospects of observing tidal disruption events with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope. BRICMAN K. and GOMBOC A.
2020ApJ...894L..10H 205       D     X C       4 36 ~ Examining a peak-luminosity/decline-rate relationship for tidal disruption events. HINKLE J.T., HOLOIEN T.W.-S., SHAPPEE B.J., et al.
2020ApJ...895L..23C 47           X         1 15 ~ A mildly relativistic outflow from the energetic, fast-rising blue optical transient CSS161010 in a dwarf galaxy. COPPEJANS D.L., MARGUTTI R., TERRERAN G., et al.
2020ApJ...898..161H 140           X C       2 11 ~ The rise and fall of ASASSN-18pg: following a TDE from early to late times. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., AUCHETTL K., TUCKER M.A., et al.
2020ApJ...904...73R 93           X         2 24 ~ Measuring stellar and black hole masses of tidal disruption events. RYU T., KROLIK J. and PIRAN T.
2020ApJ...905L...5U 19       D               1 22 ~ Application of the wind-driven model to a sample of tidal disruption events. UNO K. and MAEDA K.
2020MNRAS.492..686L 373           X C F     6 10 ~ Self-intersection of the fallback stream in tidal disruption events. LU W. and BONNEROT C.
2020MNRAS.494.2538N 373           X C F     6 23 ~ To TDE or not to TDE: the luminous transient ASASSN-18jd with TDE-like and AGN-like qualities. NEUSTADT J.M.M., HOLOIEN T.W.-S., KOCHANEK C.S., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.4914P 233           X C F     3 6 ~ Accretion disc winds in tidal disruption events: ultraviolet spectral lines as orientation indicators. PARKINSON E.J., KNIGGE C., LONG K.S., et al.
2020MNRAS.497.1925G 47           X         1 12 ~ The Tidal Disruption Event AT 2018hyz II: Light-curve modelling of a partially disrupted star. GOMEZ S., NICHOLL M., SHORT P., et al.
2020MNRAS.499..482N 914     A     X C F     18 14 ~ An outflow powers the optical rise of the nearby, fast-evolving tidal disruption event AT2019qiz. NICHOLL M., WEVERS T., OATES S.R., et al.
2019A&A...622L...2G 90           X         2 7 ~ Discovery and follow-up of the unusual nuclear transient OGLE17aaj. GROMADZKI M., HAMANOWICZ A., WYRZYKOWSKI L., et al.
2019A&A...630A..98S 90           X         2 24 ~ XMMSL2 J144605.0+685735: a slow tidal disruption event. SAXTON R.D., READ A.M., KOMOSSA S., et al.
2019ApJ...872..151M 332       D     X C       7 17 ~ Weighing black holes using tidal disruption events. MOCKLER B., GUILLOCHON J. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2019ApJ...872..198V 224           X C       4 13 ~ The first tidal disruption flare in ZTF: from photometric selection to multi-wavelength characterization. VAN VELZEN S., GEZARI S., CENKO S.B., et al.
2019ApJ...873...92B 179           X C       3 10 ~ The broad absorption line tidal disruption event iPTF15af: optical and ultraviolet evolution. BLAGORODNOVA N., CENKO S.B., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
2019ApJ...874...44Y 45           X         1 17 ~ Rapid "turn-on" of type-1 AGN in a quiescent early-type galaxy SDSS1115+0544. YAN L., WANG T., JIANG N., et al.
2019ApJ...878...82V 511       D     X         12 19 ~ Late-time UV observations of tidal disruption flares reveal unobscured, compact accretion disks. VAN VELZEN S., STONE N.C., METZGER B.D., et al.
2019ApJ...879..119H 358           X         8 12 ~ Discovery of highly blueshifted broad Balmer and metastable helium absorption lines in a tidal disruption event. HUNG T., CENKO S.B., ROTH N., et al.
2019ApJ...880..120H 224           X C       4 14 ~ PS18kh: a new tidal disruption event with a non-axisymmetric accretion disk. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., HUBER M.E., SHAPPEE B.J., et al.
2019ApJ...882L..25L 90           X         2 4 ~ The tidal disruption of Sun-like stars by massive black holes. LAW-SMITH J., GUILLOCHON J. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2019ApJ...883...31F 90           X         2 38 ~ A new class of changing-look LINERs. FREDERICK S., GEZARI S., GRAHAM M.J., et al.
2019ApJ...883..111H 179           X C       3 15 ~ Discovery and early evolution of ASASSN-19bt, the first TDE detected by TESS. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., VALLELY P.J., AUCHETTL K., et al.
2019ApJ...887..218L 179           X         4 7 ~ The spectral evolution of AT 2018dyb and the presence of metal lines in tidal disruption events. LELOUDAS G., DAI L., ARCAVI I., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.2505K 45           X         1 15 ~ Swift spectra of AT2018cow: a white dwarf tidal disruption event? KUIN N.P.M., WU K., OATES S., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.4136W 18       D               1 39 ~ Black hole masses of tidal disruption event host galaxies II. WEVERS T., STONE N.C., VAN VELZEN S., et al.
2019MNRAS.488.1878N 224           X   F     4 40 ~ The tidal disruption event AT2017eqx: spectroscopic evolution from hydrogen rich to poor suggests an atmosphere and outflow. NICHOLL M., BLANCHARD P.K., BERGER E., et al.
2019MNRAS.489.1463O 1953 T K A     X C       42 21 ~ Optical follow-up of the tidal disruption event
iPTF16fnl: new insights from X-shooter observations.
ONORI F., CANNIZZARO G., JONKER P.G., et al.
2018ApJ...852...72V viz 193       D     X         5 18 19 On the mass and luminosity functions of tidal disruption flares: rate suppression due to black hole event horizons. VAN VELZEN S.
2018ApJ...853...39G 17       D               2 41 9 A dependence of the tidal disruption event rate on global stellar surface mass density and stellar velocity dispersion. GRAUR O., FRENCH K.D., ZAHID H.J., et al.
2018ApJ...855...54R 44           X         1 9 6 What sets the line profiles in tidal disruption events? ROTH N. and KASEN D.
2018ApJ...857..109G 131           X   F     2 10 1 Tidal disruptions of main-sequence stars of varying mass and age: inferences from the composition of the fallback material. GALLEGOS-GARCIA M., LAW-SMITH J. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2018ApJS..238...15H 714       D     X C       16 33 6 Sifting for sapphires: systematic selection of tidal disruption events in iPTF. HUNG T., GEZARI S., CENKO S.B., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.1130B 3441 T   A D     X C F     77 8 16 The ultraviolet spectroscopic evolution of the low-luminosity tidal disruption event
iPTF16fnl.
BROWN J.S., KOCHANEK C.S., HOLOIEN T.W.-S., et al.
2018MNRAS.474.3307S 61       D     X         2 17 7 Spectral features of tidal disruption candidates and alternative origins for such transient flares. SAXTON C.J., PERETS H.B. and BASKIN A.
2018MNRAS.476.5312V 87           X         2 5 1 Tidal disruption of stars in a supermassive black hole binary system: the influence of orbital properties on fallback and accretion rates. VIGNERON Q., LODATO G. and GUIDARELLI A.
2018MNRAS.480.5060S 87             C       1 14 ~ The delay time distribution of tidal disruption flares. STONE N.C., GENEROZOV A., VASILIEV E., et al.
2018MNRAS.480.5689H 131           X         3 9 ~ The unusual late-time evolution of the tidal disruption event ASASSN-15oi. HOLOIEN T.W.-S., BROWN J.S., AUCHETTL K., et al.
2018MNRAS.481..307K viz 348           X C F     6 6 ~ Gaia transients in galactic nuclei. KOSTRZEWA-RUTKOWSKA Z., JONKER P.G., HODGKIN S.T., et al.
2018PASP..130c5003B 174           X C       3 17 7 The SED Machine: a robotic spectrograph for fast transient classification. BLAGORODNOVA N., NEILL J.D., WALTERS R., et al.
2017ApJ...835..144G 44           X         1 17 26 IPTF discovery of the rapid "turn-on" of a luminous quasar. GEZARI S., HUNG T., CENKO S.B., et al.
2017ApJ...838..149A 528       D     X         13 99 40 New physical insights about tidal disruption events from a comprehensive observational inventory At X-ray wavelengths. AUCHETTL K., GUILLOCHON J. and RAMIREZ-RUIZ E.
2017ApJ...842...29H 470           X C       10 12 33 Revisiting optical tidal disruption events with iPTF16axa. HUNG T., GEZARI S., BLAGORODNOVA N., et al.
2017ApJ...844...46B viz 1645 T K A     X C       37 12 30 IPTF16fnl: a faint and fast tidal disruption event in an E+A galaxy. BLAGORODNOVA N., GEZARI S., HUNG T., et al.
2017ApJ...844...75M 213           X C       4 15 8 Periodic accretion-powered flares from colliding EMRIs as TDE imposters. METZGER B.D. and STONE N.C.
2017ApJ...846..150Y 639     A D     X C       15 8 2 The carbon and nitrogen abundance ratio in the broad line region of tidal disruption events. YANG C., WANG T., FERLAND G.J., et al.
2017ApJ...850...63J 43           X         1 7 2 Mid-infrared flare of TDE candidate PS16dtm: dust echo and implications for the spectral evolution. JIANG N., WANG T., YAN L., et al.
2017ApJ...851L..47G 85           X         2 9 8 X-ray brightening and UV fading of tidal disruption event ASASSN-15oi. GEZARI S., CENKO S.B. and ARCAVI I.
2017MNRAS.469.1354D 103       D     X         3 12 16 Can tidal disruption events produce the IceCube neutrinos? DAI L. and FANG K.
2017MNRAS.471.1694W 316       D     X C       7 16 20 Black hole masses of tidal disruption event host galaxies. WEVERS T., VAN VELZEN S., JONKER P.G., et al.
2016ATel.9433....1G 172 T         X         3 1 5
iPTF16fnl: likely tidal disruption event at 65 Mpc.
GEZARI S., HUNG T., BLAGORODNOVA N., et al.

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