HE 0437-5439 , the SIMBAD biblio

HE 0437-5439 , the SIMBAD biblio (72 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2022.12.08CET22:07:00


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2005A&A...444L..61H 10 5 104 US 708 - an unbound hyper-velocity subluminous O star. HIRSCH H.A., HEBER U., O'TOOLE S.J., et al.
2005ApJ...634L.181E 124 T K     O           4 99
HE 0437-5439: an unbound hypervelocity main-sequence B-type star.
EDELMANN H., NAPIWOTZKI R., HEBER U., et al.
2006ApJ...640L..35B 3 11 72 A successful targeted search for hypervelocity stars. BROWN W.R., GELLER M.J., KENYON S.J., et al.
2006ApJ...647..303B viz 258 80 Hypervelocity stars. I. The spectroscopic survey. BROWN W.R., GELLER M.J., KENYON S.J., et al.
2007MNRAS.376..492G 76           X         2 5 19 Hypervelocity collisions of binary stars at the Galactic Centre. GINSBURG I. and LOEB A.
2007MNRAS.376L..29G 890   K A     X         24 13 34 A hypervelocity star from the Large Magellanic Cloud. GUALANDRIS A. and PORTEGIES ZWART S.
2007A&A...470L...9G 39           X         1 7 14 Separated before birth: pulsars B2020+28 and B2021+51 as the remnants of runaway stars. GVARAMADZE V.V.
2007ApJ...671L.133H 115           X C       2 4 18 Hypervelocity A and B stars should be slow rotators. HANSEN B.M.S.
2007ApJ...671.1708B viz 15       D               1 396 66 Hypervelocity stars. III. The space density and ejection history of main-sequence stars from the Galactic Center. BROWN W.R., GELLER M.J., KENYON S.J., et al.
2008MNRAS.383...86O 42           X         1 5 41 Production of hypervelocity stars through encounters with stellar-mass black holes in the Galactic Centre. O'LEARY R.M. and LOEB A.
2008ApJ...675L..77B 1275 T K A     X C       32 6 26 Low metallicity indicates that the hypervelocity star
HE 0437-5439 was ejected from the Large Magellanic Cloud.
BONANOS A.Z., LOPEZ-MORALES M., HUNTER I., et al.
2008A&A...480L..37P 1744 T K A D S O X C       44 11 36 LMC origin of the hyper-velocity star HE0437-5439. Beyond the supermassive black hole paradigm. PRZYBILLA N., NIEVA M.F., HEBER U., et al.
2008MNRAS.385..929G 77           X         2 13 37 Hyperfast pulsars as the remnants of massive stars ejected from young star clusters. GVARAMADZE V.V., GUALANDRIS A. and PORTEGIES ZWART S.
2008A&A...488L..51P 39         O X         1 8 28 HVS7: a chemically peculiar hyper-velocity star. PRZYBILLA N., NIEVA M.F., TILLICH A., et al.
2008ApJ...684L.103P 40         O X         1 6 34 HD 271791: an extreme supernova runaway B star escaping from the galaxy. PRZYBILLA N., NIEVA M.F., HEBER U., et al.
2008ApJ...685L..47L 39           X         1 7 24 ``Slow'' and fast rotators among hypervelocity stars. LOPEZ-MORALES M. and BONANOS A.Z.
2009ApJ...690.1639B 435       D     X         12 60 68 MMT hypervelocity star survey. BROWN W.R., GELLER M.J. and KENYON S.J.
2009ApJ...698.1330P 2060     A D S   X C F     52 21 51 Runaway and hypervelocity stars in the galactic halo: binary rejuvenation and triple disruption. PERETS H.B.
2009MNRAS.396..570G 116           X         3 8 46 On the origin of high-velocity runaway stars. GVARAMADZE V.V., GUALANDRIS A. and PORTEGIES ZWART S.
2009ApJ...700.1933H 194           X         5 3 20 Binary dynamics near a massive black hole. HOPMAN C.
2009ARep...53..839T 2 3 13 The nature hypervelocity stars. TUTUKOV A.V. and FEDOROVA A.V.
2009A&A...507L..37T 155           X C       3 5 26 SDSS J013655.91+242546.0 - an A-type hyper-velocity star from the outskirts of the Galaxy. TILLICH A., PRZYBILLA N., SCHOLZ R.-D., et al.
2009A&A...508L..27W 42           X         1 4 35 Companion stars of type Ia supernovae and hypervelocity stars. WANG B. and HAN Z.
2010ApJ...709.1356L 39           X         1 8 31 On the spatial distribution and the origin of hypervelocity stars. LU Y., ZHANG F. and YU Q.
2010ApJ...719L..23B 2484 T K A     X C       63 6 37 A galactic origin for He 0437-5439, the hypervelocity star near the Large Magellanic Cloud. BROWN W.R., ANDERSON J., GNEDIN O.Y., et al.
2010ApJ...722.1744Z 117           X         3 4 22 The spatial and velocity distributions of hypervelocity stars. ZHANG F., LU Y. and YU Q.
2010ApJ...723..812K 41           X         1 4 25 SEGUE-2 limits on metal-rich old-population hypervelocity stars in the galactic halo. KOLLMEIER J.A., GOULD A., ROCKOSI C., et al.
2011ApJ...735...37C 79             C       1 17 75 The first detection of blue straggler stars in the Milky Way bulge. CLARKSON W.I., SAHU K.C., ANDERSON J., et al.
2011RMxAC..39...21A 77           X         2 19 0 Overview and current relevance of "Run-away stars as the result of the gravitational collapse of proto-stellar clusters" by Poveda, Ruiz, & Allen (1967). ALLEN C.
2011A&A...536A.103Z 77           X         2 24 5 Supernovae without host galaxies? Hypervelocity stars in foreign galaxies. ZINN P.-C., GRUNDEN P. and BOMANS D.J.
2012ApJ...751...55B viz 16       D               2 969 45 MMT hypervelocity star survey. II. Five new unbound stars. BROWN W.R., GELLER M.J. and KENYON S.J.
2010RvMP...82.3121G 196           X         5 73 603 The Galactic Center massive black hole and nuclear star cluster. GENZEL R., EISENHAUER F. and GILLESSEN S.
2012NewAR..56..122W 40           X         1 61 190 Progenitors of type Ia supernovae. WANG B. and HAN Z.
2013A&A...549A.137I 1065     A D S O X C       26 10 74 Milky Way mass models for orbit calculations. IRRGANG A., WILCOX B., TUCKER E., et al.
2013MNRAS.431..240O viz 16       D               1 1287 13 The Edinburgh-Cape Blue Object Survey - III. Zone 2: galactic latitudes -30° > b > -40°. O'DONOGHUE D., KILKENNY D., KOEN C., et al.
2013MNRAS.434.3582K 157           X         4 11 9 The runaway binary LP 400-22 is leaving the galaxy. KILIC M., GIANNINAS A., BROWN W.R., et al.
2014ApJ...785L..23Z 320           X C       7 7 32 The first hypervelocity star from the LAMOST survey. ZHENG Z., CARLIN J.L., BEERS T.C., et al.
2014ARep...58..291D 1 4 8 The disruption of close binaries in the gravitational field of a supermassive black hole and the formation of hypervelocity stars. DREMOVA G.N., DREMOV V.V. and TUTUKOV A.V.
2014ApJ...793..122K 120           X         3 13 31 Predicted space motions for hypervelocity and runaway stars: proper motions and radial velocities for the Gaia era. KENYON S.J., BROMLEY B.C., BROWN W.R., et al.
2015ApJ...804...49B 1767     A D S   X C       43 22 29 Proper motions and trajectories for 16 extreme runaway and hypervelocity stars. BROWN W.R., ANDERSON J., GNEDIN O.Y., et al.
2015BaltA..24....1D 4 1 4 Survival probability for a hypervelocity star in close neighborhood of a supermassive black hole. DRYOMOVA G., DRYOMOV V. and TUTUKOV A.
2015ARA&A..53...15B 605           X         15 18 58 Hypervelocity stars. BROWN W.R.
2015ApJ...813...26F viz 80           X         2 25 7 Runaway M dwarf candidates from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. FAVIA A., WEST A.A. and THEISSEN C.A.
2015MNRAS.453.1879K viz 136       D S   X         3 715 9 The Edinburgh-Cape Blue Object Survey - IV. Zone 3: Galactic latitudes -40° > b > -50°. KILKENNY D., O'DONOGHUE D., WORTERS H.L., et al.
2016ApJ...825L...6B 83           X         2 10 24 A dipole on the sky: predictions for hypervelocity stars from the Large Magellanic Cloud. BOUBERT D. and WYN EVANS N.
2017A&A...601A..58Z 41           X         1 13 7 Spectroscopic twin to the hypervelocity sdO star US 708 and three fast sdB stars from the Hyper-MUCHFUSS project. ZIEGERER E., HEBER U., GEIER S., et al.
2017A&A...603A..75L 41           X         1 44 8 Gaia TGAS search for Large Magellanic Cloud runaway supergiant stars. Candidate hypervelocity star discovery and the nature of R 71. LENNON D.J., VAN DER MAREL R.P., RAMOS LERATE M., et al.
2017ApJ...847L...9H 166           X C       3 11 11 Discovery of two new hypervelocity stars from the LAMOST spectroscopic surveys. HUANG Y., LIU X.-W., ZHANG H.-W., et al.
2017MNRAS.469.2151B 124           X         3 17 23 Hypervelocity runaways from the Large Magellanic Cloud. BOUBERT D., ERKAL D., EVANS N.W., et al.
2018MNRAS.475.4986F 127           X         3 4 9 Tidal breakup of triple stars in the Galactic Centre. FRAGIONE G. and GUALANDRIS A.
2018MNRAS.476.4697M 251           X   F     5 15 11 Predicting the hypervelocity star population in Gaia. MARCHETTI T., CONTIGIANI O., ROSSI E.M., et al.
2018AJ....156...87L 84           X         2 14 4 A new hyper-runaway star discovered from LAMOST and Gaia: ejected almost in the Galactic rotation direction. LI Y.-B., LUO A.-L., ZHAO G., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.2615F 235     A     X         6 3 4 Tidal breakup of quadruple stars in the Galactic Centre. FRAGIONE G.
2018MNRAS.479.2789B 100       D     X         3 15 13 Revisiting hypervelocity stars after Gaia DR2. BOUBERT D., GUILLOCHON J., HAWKINS K., et al.
2018ApJ...866...39B 84           X         2 44 8 Gaia and the Galactic Center origin of hypervelocity stars. BROWN W.R., LATTANZI M.G., KENYON S.J., et al.
2018A&A...620A..48I 84           X         2 22 ~ Hypervelocity stars in the Gaia era. Runaway B stars beyond the velocity limit of classical ejection mechanisms. IRRGANG A., KREUZER S. and HEBER U.
2019A&A...621A..38G viz 17       D               1 39805 ~ The population of hot subdwarf stars studied with Gaia. II. The Gaia DR2 catalogue of hot subluminous stars. GEIER S., RADDI R., GENTILE FUSILLO N.P., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.3206W 128           X         3 5 ~ Hypervelocity binaries from close encounters with a SMBH-IMBH binary: orbital properties and diagnostics. WANG Y.-H., LEIGH N., SESANA A., et al.
2019MNRAS.483.2007E 2426     A D S   X C       56 34 ~ A hypervelocity star with a Magellanic origin. ERKAL D., BOUBERT D., GUALANDRIS A., et al.
2019ApJ...873..116H 43           X         1 17 ~ Origin of a massive hyper-runaway subgiant star LAMOST-HVS1: implication from Gaia and follow-up spectroscopy. HATTORI K., VALLURI M., CASTRO N., et al.
2019ApJS..244....4D 85           X         2 60 ~ New nearby hypervelocity stars and their spatial distribution from Gaia DR2. DU C., LI H., YAN Y., et al.
2020MNRAS.491.2465K 87             C       1 23 ~ Discovery of a nearby 1700 km s-1 star ejected from the Milky Way by Sgr A*. KOPOSOV S.E., BOUBERT D., LI T.S., et al.
2020MNRAS.497.2930B 87           X         2 11 ~ Deflection of the hypervelocity stars by the pull of the Large Magellanic Cloud on the Milky Way. BOUBERT D., ERKAL D. and GUALANDRIS A.
2020A&A...641A..52N 87           X         2 6 ~ Exploring velocity limits in the thermonuclear supernova ejection scenario for hypervelocity stars and the origin of US 708. NEUNTEUFEL P.
2021ApJS..252....3L viz 45           X         1 5 ~ 591 high-velocity stars in the Galactic halo selected from LAMOST DR7 and Gaia DR2. LI Y.-B., LUO A.-L., LU Y.-J., et al.
2021A&A...645A.108R 90         O X         2 59 ~ Runaway blue main-sequence stars at high Galactic latitudes. Target selection with Gaia and spectroscopic identification. RADDI R., IRRGANG A., HEBER U., et al.
2021ApJ...907L..42H 45           X         1 14 ~ Discovery of a candidate hypervelocity star originating from the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy. HUANG Y., LI Q., ZHANG H., et al.
2020RAA....20...42L 44           X         1 49 ~ Three New Late-type Hypervelocity Star Candidates from Gaia DR2 with Refined Selection Criteria. LI J., JIA S., GAO Y., et al.
2021MNRAS.503.1374M 45           X         1 6 ~ Gaia EDR3 in 6D: searching for unbound stars in the galaxy. MARCHETTI T.
2021MNRAS.507.4997E 762           X         17 11 ~ Comparing hypervelocity star populations from the Large Magellanic Cloud and the Milky Way. EVANS F.A., MARCHETTI T., ROSSI E.M., et al.
2022ApJ...933L..13L 47           X         1 16 ~ 60 Candidate High-velocity Stars Originating from the Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy in Gaia EDR3. LI H., DU C., MA J., et al.
2022A&A...663A..39B 47           X         1 147 ~ The origin of early-type runaway stars from open clusters. BHAT A., IRRGANG A. and HEBER U.

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