SDSS J074820.67+471214.3 , the SIMBAD biblio

SDSS J074820.67+471214.3 , the SIMBAD biblio (27 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.03.06CET07:03:03


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2020A&A...639A.100K 47           X         1 14 ~ Rapid late-time X-ray brightening of the tidal disruption event OGLE16aaa. KAJAVA J.J.E., GIUSTINI M., SAXTON R.D., et al.
2019ApJ...883...31F 90           X         2 38 ~ A new class of changing-look LINERs. FREDERICK S., GEZARI S., GRAHAM M.J., et al.
2019MNRAS.487.4057K 90           X         2 15 ~ PS1-13cbe: the rapid transition of a Seyfert 2 to a Seyfert 1. KATEBI R., CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., et al.
2019MNRAS.488.4816W 179           X C       3 15 ~ Evidence for rapid disc formation and reprocessing in the X-ray bright tidal disruption event candidate AT 2018fyk. WEVERS T., PASHAM D.R., VAN VELZEN S., et al.
2019MNRAS.489.1463O 134           X C       2 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...853...39G 322       D     X C       7 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.
2018MNRAS.474.3307S 17       D               1 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.477.2943W 87           X         2 23 2 Long-term decline of the mid-infrared emission of normal galaxies: dust echo of tidal disruption flare? WANG T., YAN L., DOU L., et al.
2017A&A...599A..71D viz 17       D               1 209275 10 Aperture-free star formation rate of SDSS star-forming galaxies. DUARTE PUERTAS S., VILCHEZ J.M., IGLESIAS-PARAMO J., et al.
2017ApJ...835..176F 571       D     X C       13 9 15 The post-starburst evolution of tidal disruption event host galaxies. FRENCH K.D., ARCAVI I. and ZABLUDOFF A.
2017ApJ...838..149A 443       D     X         11 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...850...22L 102       D     X         3 23 11 Tidal disruption event host galaxies in the context of the local galaxy population. LAW-SMITH J., RAMIREZ-RUIZ E., ELLISON S.L., et al.
2017MNRAS.465L.114W viz 366     A     X C       8 13 11 OGLE16aaa - a signature of a hungry supermassive black hole. WYRZYKOWSKI L., ZIELINSKI M., KOSTRZEWA-RUTKOWSKA Z., et al.
2017MNRAS.472.4469B 43           X         1 13 3 Late-time observations of the relativistic tidal disruption flare candidate Swift J1112.2-8238. BROWN G.C., LEVAN A.J., STANWAY E.R., et al.
2016ApJ...818L..21F 354       D     X C       8 15 53 Tidal disruption events prefer unusual host galaxies. FRENCH K.D., ARCAVI I. and ZABLUDOFF A.
2016ApJ...819..151P 42           X         1 9 7 Revealing the nature of extreme coronal-line emitter SDSS J095209.56+214313.3. PALAVERSA L., GEZARI S., SESAR B., et al.
2016ApJ...832..188D 685       D     X C       16 9 8 Long fading mid-infrared emission in transient coronal line emitters: dust echo of a tidal disruption flare. DOU L., WANG T.-G., JIANG N., et al.
2016MNRAS.458..127K 43           X         1 11 19 Abundance anomalies in tidal disruption events. KOCHANEK C.S.
2016MNRAS.461.1927P 42           X         1 20 9 The detection and X-ray view of the changing look AGN HE 1136-2304. PARKER M.L., KOMOSSA S., KOLLATSCHNY W., et al.
2015ApJ...806..164P 50           X         1 7 67 'Disk formation versus disk accretion–What powers tidal disruption events? PIRAN T., SVIRSKI G., KROLIK J., et al.
2015MNRAS.450..905G viz 16       D               1 217 26 A unified explanation for the supernova rate-galaxy mass dependence based on supernovae detected in Sloan galaxy spectra. GRAUR O., BIANCO F.B. and MODJAZ M.
2014ApJ...788...45T viz 16       D               1 224164 19 Luminosity and redshift dependence of the covering factor of active galactic nuclei viewed with WISE and Sloan Digital Sky Survey. TOBA Y., OYABU S., MATSUHARA H., et al.
2014ApJ...793...38A viz 635       D     X C       15 15 162 A continuum of H- to He-rich tidal disruption candidates with a preference for E+A galaxies. ARCAVI I., GAL-YAM A., SULLIVAN M., et al.
2013ApJ...774...46Y 1061       D     X C       26 11 21 Long-term spectral evolution of tidal disruption candidates selected by strong coronal lines. YANG C.-W., WANG T.-G., FERLAND G., et al.
2012A&A...541A.106S 42           X         1 18 74 A tidal disruption-like X-ray flare from the quiescent galaxy SDSS J120136.02+300305.5. SAXTON R.D., READ A.M., ESQUEJ P., et al.
2012ApJ...749..115W 573       D     X C       14 11 40 Extreme coronal line emitters: tidal disruption of stars by massive black holes in galactic nuclei? WANG T.-G., ZHOU H.-Y., KOMOSSA S., et al.
2011ApJ...740...85W 1205 T   A     X C       29 9 32 Transient superstrong coronal lines and broad bumps in the galaxy SDSS J074820.67+471214.3. WANG T.-G., ZHOU H.-Y., WANG L.-F., et al.

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