Publications including TNG data

This list contains only accepted publications in refereed journals. Authors using TNG data are asked to send a complete reference of their papers to Walter Boschin.

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Categories are assigned to publications according to the following scheme:

  • A: Cosmology
  • B: Galaxies and galactic nuclei
  • C: Interstellar medium, star formation and planetary systems
  • D: Stellar evolution
  • E: Other

2022

  1. 30. Titanium oxide and chemical inhomogeneity in the atmosphere of the exoplanet WASP-189 b Prinoth, B.; Hoeijmakers, H. J.; Kitzmann, D.; et al. Nature Astronomy, 6, 449 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  2. 29. Star formation in two irradiated globules around Cygnus OB2 Comeron, F.; Schneider, N.; & Djupvik, A. A Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660, A106 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: D
  3. 28. Central engine of the highest redshift blazar Belladitta, S.; Caccianiga, A.; Diana, A.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660, A74 (partly based on observations made with NICS@TNG); Category: B
  4. 27. TOI-1670 b and c: An Inner Sub-Neptune with an Outer Warm Jupiter Unlikely to Have Originated from High-eccentricity Migration Tran, Q. H.; Bowler, B. P.; Endl, M.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 163, 225 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  5. 26. Orbital alignment of HD 332231 b. The warm Saturn HD 332231 b/TOI-1456 b travels on a well-aligned, circular orbit around a bright F8 dwarf Knudstrup, E; & Albrecht, S. H. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660, A99 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  6. 25. Black Mirror: The impact of rotational broadening on the search for reflected light from 51 Pegasi b with high resolution spectroscopy Spring, E. F.; Birkby, J. L.; Pino, L.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 659, A121 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  7. 24. Revisiting WASP-47 with ESPRESSO and TESS Bryant, E. M.; & Bayliss, D. Astronomical Journal, 163, 197 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  8. 23. Nodal Precession of WASP-33b for Eleven Years by Doppler Tomographic and Transit Photometric Observations Watanabe, N.; Narita, N.; Palle, E.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 512, 4404 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  9. 22. Stellar population astrophysics (SPA) with the TNG. The chemical content of the red supergiant population in the Perseus complex Fanelli, C.; Origlia, L.; Oliva, E.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 660, A7 (based on observations made with HARPS-N and GIANO@TNG); Category: D
  10. 21. Magnitude-squared coherence: A powerful tool for disentangling Doppler planet discoveries from stellar activity Dodson-Robinson, S. E.; Ramirez Delgado, V.; Harrell, J.; & Haley, C. L. Astronomical Journal, 163, 169 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  11. 20. Velocity dispersion and dynamical masses for 388 Galaxy Clusters and groups. Calibrating the MSZ—Mdyn scaling relation for the PSZ2 sample Aguado-Barahona, A.; Rubino-Martin, J. A.; Ferragamo, A.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 659, A126 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: A
  12. 19. DI Herculis Revisited: Starspots, Gravity Darkening, and 3D Obliquities Liang, Y.; Winn, J. N.; & Albrecht, S. H. Astrophysical Journal, 927, 114 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: D
  13. 18. Variable and supersonic winds in the atmosphere of an ultra-hot giant planet Pai Asnodkar, A.; Wang, J.; Eastman, J. D.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 163, 155 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  14. 17. Investigating the architecture and internal structure of the TOI-561 system planets with CHEOPS, HARPS-N and TESS Lacedelli, G.; Wilson, T. G.; Malavolta, L.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 511, 4551 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  15. 16. The supernova of the MAGIC gamma-ray burst GRB190114C Melandri, A.; Izzo, L.; Pian, E.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 659, A39 (partly based on observations based with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: A
  16. 15. Testing whether a signal is strictly periodic. Application to disentangling planets and stellar activity in radial velocities Hara, N. C.; Delisle, J.-B.; Unger, N.; & Dumusque, X. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 658, A177 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@LCST); Category: C
  17. 14. Venus' Cloud-Tracked Winds Using Ground- and Space-Based Observations with TNG/NICS and Vex/VIRTIS Machado, P.; Peralta, J.; Silva, J. E.; et al. Atmosphere, 13, 337 (partly based on observations made with NICS@TNG); Category: C
  18. 13. Rapid contraction of giant planets orbiting the 20 million-years old star V1298 Tau Suarez Mascareno, A.; Damasso, M.; Lodieu, N.; et al. Nature Astronomy, 6, 232 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  19. 12. Accretion processes in the galaxy cluster Hydra A/Abell 780 Girardi, M.; Boschin, W.; Nonino, M.; Innocentin, C.; & De Grandi, S. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 658, A159 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: A
  20. 11. K2-79b and K2-222b: Mass measurements of two small exoplanets with periods beyond 10 days that overlap with periodic magnetic activity signals Nava, C.; Lopez-Morales, M., Mortier, A.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 163, 41 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  21. 10. The GAPS Programme at TNG. XXXII. The revealing non-detection of metastable HeI in the atmosphere of the hot Jupiter WASP-80b Fossati, L.; Guilluy, G.; Shaikhislamov, I. F.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 658, A136 (based on observations made with HARPS-N and GIANO@TNG); Category: C
  22. 9. FGC 1287 and its enigmatic 250 kpc long HI tail in the outskirts of Abell 1367 Scott, T. C.; Cortese, L.; Lagos, P.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 511, 980 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  23. 8. Mining the Ultra-Hot Skies of HAT-P-70b: Detection of a Profusion of Neutral and Ionized Species Bello-Arufe, A.; Cabot, S. H. C.; Mendonca, J. M.; Buchave, L. A.; & Rathcke, A. D. Astronomical Journal, 163, 96 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  24. 7. K2-99 revisited: a non-inflated warm Jupiter, and a temperate giant planet on a 522-d orbit around a subgiant Smith, A. M. S.; Breton, S. N.; Csizmadia, Sz.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 510, 5035 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  25. 6. The space density of ultra-luminous QSOs at the end of reionization epoch by the QUBRICS Survey and the AGN contribution to the hydrogen ionizing background Grazian, A.; Giallongo, E.; Boutsia, K.; et al. Astrophysical Journal, 924, 62 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  26. 5. Near-infrared spectroscopy of extreme BAL QSOs from the QUBRICS bright quasar survey Cupani, G.; Calderone, G.; Selvelli, P.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 510, 2509 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  27. 4. KELT-9 as an eclipsing double-lined spectroscopic binary: a unique and self-consistent solution to the system Pai Asnodkar, A.; Wang, J.; Gaudi, B. S.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 163, 40 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  28. 3. Pisces VII: Discovery of a possible satellite of Messier 33 in the DESI legacy imaging surveys Martinez-Delgado, D.; Karim, N.; Charles, E. J. E.; Boschin, W.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 509, 16 (based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  29. 2. 7Be in the outburst of the ONe nova V6595 Sgr Molaro, P.; Izzo, L.; D’Odorico, V.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 509, 3258 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: D
  30. 1. TIC 257060897b: an inflated, low-density, hot-Jupiter transiting a rapidly evolving subgiant star Montalto, M.; Malavolta, L.; Gregorio, J.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 509, 2908 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C