ASASSN -18zj , the SIMBAD biblio

ASASSN -18zj , the SIMBAD biblio (51 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.09.22CEST10:09:20

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2020ApJ...894L..10H 104       D       C       3 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...899...36M 115           X         2 1 28 Fallback rates from partial tidal disruption events. MILES P.R., COUGHLIN E.R. and NIXON C.J.
2020MNRAS.497L...1W 46           X         1 10 26 Fainter harder brighter softer: a correlation between αox, X-ray spectral state, and Eddington ratio in tidal disruption events. WEVERS T.
2020MNRAS.497.1925G 3119 T   A     X C F     69 12 26 The Tidal Disruption Event
AT 2018hyz II: Light-curve modelling of a partially disrupted star.
2020MNRAS.498.4119S 1378 T K A     X C       30 9 35 The tidal disruption event
AT 2018hyz - I. Double-peaked emission lines and a flat Balmer decrement.
2020MNRAS.499..482N 177           X   F     3 14 55 An outflow powers the optical rise of the nearby, fast-evolving tidal disruption event AT2019qiz. NICHOLL M., WEVERS T., OATES S.R., et al.
2020ApJ...903...31H viz 2772     A     X C       63 9 41 Double-peaked Balmer emission indicating prompt accretion disk formation in an X-ray faint tidal disruption event. HUNG T., FOLEY R.J., RAMIREZ-RUIZ E., et al.
2021MNRAS.500L..57Z 179           X         4 5 ~ Further evidence to support a tidal disruption event in the changing-look AGN SDSS J0159. ZHANG X.-G.
2020ApJ...905L...5U 17       D               1 22 ~ Application of the wind-driven model to a sample of tidal disruption events. UNO K. and MAEDA K.
2021MNRAS.500.1673H 227           X C       4 18 65 Discovery and follow-up of ASASSN-19dj: an X-ray and UV luminous TDE in an extreme post-starburst galaxy. HINKLE J.T., HOLOIEN T.W.-S., AUCHETTL K., et al.
2021MNRAS.500.4110L 45           X         1 2 ~ Dynamical structure of highly eccentric discs with applications to tidal disruption events. LYNCH E.M. and OGILVIE G.I.
2021ApJ...908L..20H 198       D     X C       4 20 28 Tidal disruption event hosts are green and centrally concentrated: signatures of a post-merger system. HAMMERSTEIN E., GEZARI S., VAN VELZEN S., et al.
2021ApJ...908....4V 516       D     X C       11 35 195 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.
2021MNRAS.502.3385M 44 ~ Limits on mass outflow from optical tidal disruption events. MATSUMOTO T. and PIRAN T.
2021ApJ...908..179L 91           X         2 9 11 Elliptical accretion disk as a model for tidal disruption events. LIU F.K., CAO C.Y., ABRAMOWICZ M.A., et al.
2021ApJ...910...83H viz 108       D       C       5 38 17 A Swift fix for nuclear outbursts. HINKLE J.T., HOLOIEN T.W.-S., SHAPPEE B.J., et al.
2021ApJ...911...31J 19       D               6 26 32 Infrared echoes of optical tidal disruption events: ∼1% dust-covering factor or less at subparsec scale. JIANG N., WANG T., HU X., et al.
2021MNRAS.504..792C 91           X         2 17 29 Accretion disc cooling and narrow absorption lines in the tidal disruption event AT 2019dsg. CANNIZZARO G., WEVERS T., JONKER P.G., et al.
2021MNRAS.504.4730M 18       D               1 20 ~ Hard X-ray emission from a Compton scattering corona in large black hole mass tidal disruption events. MUMMERY A. and BALBUS S.A.
2021MNRAS.504.5144M 108       D         F     3 29 ~ A maximum X-ray luminosity scale of disc-dominated tidal destruction events. MUMMERY A.
2021ApJ...914...69C 134           X         3 2 ~ Light curves of partial tidal disruption events. CHEN J.-H. and SHEN R.-F.
2021MNRAS.505.1629M 108       D         F     3 13 ~ An upper observable black hole mass scale for tidal destruction events with thermal X-ray spectra. MUMMERY A. and BALBUS S.A.
2021ApJ...917....9H 135           X         3 15 18 Discovery of a fast iron low-ionization outflow in the early evolution of the nearby tidal disruption event AT 2019qiz. HUNG T., FOLEY R.J., VEILLEUX S., et al.
2018ATel12194....1B 84           X         2 9 ~ Discovery of 9 ASAS-SN Supernovae. BRIMACOMBE J., STONE G., CASTRO N., et al.
2018ATel12198....1D 293 T         X         6 3 ~ Spectroscopic Classification of
ASASSN-18zj with the Lick 3-m Shane Telescope.
DONG S., BOSE S., CHEN P., et al.
2018ATel12218....1H 168 T         X         3 3 3 AMI-LA 15.5 GHz observation of the TDE candidate
2022ApJ...927L..19W 112       D       C       2 11 6 Revisiting the Rates and Demographics of Tidal Disruption Events: Effects of the Disk Formation Efficiency. WONG T.H.T., PFISTER H. and DAI L.
2022A&A...659A..34C 1139       D     X C F     23 18 24 A detailed spectroscopic study of tidal disruption events. CHARALAMPOPOULOS P., LELOUDAS G., MALESANI D.B., et al.
2022A&A...660A.119Z 47           X         1 17 4 Discovery of late-time X-ray flare and anomalous emission line enhancement after the nuclear optical outburst in a narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy. ZHANG W.J., SHU X.W., SHENG Z.F., et al.
2022MNRAS.513.2422L 93               F     1 32 9 The prospects of finding tidal disruption events with 2.5-m Wide-Field Survey Telescope based on mock observations. LIN Z., JIANG N. and KONG X.
2022ATel15307....1H 233 T         X         4 1 ~ Late-time radio detection of the TDE
AT2018hyz by the VAST (ASKAP) project.
2022ApJ...933...70L 560           X C       11 11 8 The Host Galaxy and Rapidly Evolving Broad-line Region in the Changing-look Active Galactic Nucleus 1ES 1927+654. LI R., HO L.C., RICCI C., et al.
2022MNRAS.515.1146R 112       D         F     3 33 10 The bulge masses of TDE host galaxies and their scaling with black hole mass. RAMSDEN P., LANNING D., NICHOLL M., et al.
2022MNRAS.515.5604N 112       D         F     3 38 23 Systematic light-curve modelling of TDEs: statistical differences between the spectroscopic classes. NICHOLL M., LANNING D., RAMSDEN P., et al.
2022MNRAS.516L..66Z 47           X         1 16 ~ A new candidate for central tidal disruption event in SDSS J014124 + 010306 with broad Mg II line at z = 1.06. ZHANG X.-G.
2022ApJ...937....8Y 93             C       1 19 10 The Tidal Disruption Event AT2021ehb: Evidence of Relativistic Disk Reflection, and Rapid Evolution of the Disk-Corona System. YAO Y., LU W., GUOLO M., et al.
2022ApJ...937L..28T 19       D               2 23 15 Dynamical Unification of Tidal Disruption Events. THOMSEN L.L., KWAN T.M., DAI L., et al.
2022ApJ...938...28C 2641 T   A     X C       55 15 18 A Mildly Relativistic Outflow Launched Two Years after Disruption in Tidal Disruption Event
2022ApJ...939L..17P 47           X         1 5 ~ Disks of Stars in the Galactic Center Triggered by Tidal Disruption Events. PERNA R. and GRISHIN E.
2022MNRAS.517...76O 233           X C F     3 18 8 The nuclear transient AT 2017gge: a tidal disruption event in a dusty and gas-rich environment and the awakening of a dormant SMBH. ONORI F., CANNIZZARO G., JONKER P.G., et al.
2022MNRAS.517L..71Z 47           X         1 10 1 Modelling the flare in NGC 1097 from 1991 to 2004 as a tidal disruption event. ZHANG X.-G.
2022A&A...666A...6W 513           X C       10 14 9 An elliptical accretion disk following the tidal disruption event AT 2020zso. WEVERS T., NICHOLL M., GUOLO M., et al.
2022ApJ...939L..33L 299       D     X         7 35 7 The Luminosity Function of Tidal Disruption Flares for the ZTF-I Survey. LIN Z., JIANG N., KONG X., et al.
2023MNRAS.518..847G 150           X C       2 16 3 Radio observations of the tidal disruption event AT2020opy: a luminous non-relativistic outflow encountering a dense circumnuclear medium. GOODWIN A.J., MILLER-JONES J.C.A., VAN VELZEN S., et al.
2023ApJ...942....9H 1071       D S   X         21 31 46 The Final Season Reimagined: 30 Tidal Disruption Events from the ZTF-I Survey. HAMMERSTEIN E., VAN VELZEN S., GEZARI S., et al.
2023MNRAS.519.5828M 170       D     X         4 19 ~ From X-rays to physical parameters: a comprehensive analysis of thermal tidal disruption event X-ray spectra. MUMMERY A., WEVERS T., SAXTON R., et al.
2023A&A...672A.167H viz 100             C       1 33 1 Discovery of the luminous X-ray ignition eRASSt J234402.9-352640 I. Tidal disruption event or a rapid increase in accretion in an active galactic nucleus? HOMAN D., KRUMPE M., MARKOWITZ A., et al.
2023ApJ...948L..19S 50           X         1 22 1 Scary Barbie: An Extremely Energetic, Long-duration Tidal Disruption Event Candidate without a Detected Host Galaxy at z = 0.995. SUBRAYAN B.M., MILISAVLJEVIC D., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2023Sci...380..656L 50           X         1 17 4 Optical polarization from colliding stellar streamshocks in a tidal disruption event. LIODAKIS I., KOLJONEN K.I.I., BLINOV D., et al.
2023ApJ...949..113G 70       D     X         2 87 2 Identifying Tidal Disruption Events with an Expansion of the FLEET Machine-learning Algorithm. GOMEZ S., VILLAR V.A., BERGER E., et al.
2023ApJ...950..153F 100           X         2 19 ~ Fading AGNs in Poststarburst Galaxies. FRENCH K.D., EARL N., NOVACK A.B., et al.

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