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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

2024

  1. 40. Constraints on the z∼5 Star-Forming Galaxy Luminosity Function From Hubble Space Telescope Imaging of an Unbiased and Complete Sample of Long Gamma-ray Burst Host Galaxies Sears, H.; Chornock, R.; Strader, J.; et al. Astrophysical Journal, 966, 133 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: A
  2. 39. A magnetar giant flare in the nearby starburst galaxy M82 Mereghetti, S.; Rigoselli, M.; Salvaterra, R.; et al. Nature, 629, 58 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: D
  3. 38. Multi-band analyses of the bright GRB 230812B and the associated SN2023pel Hussenot-Desenonges, T.; Wouters, T.; Guessoum, N.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 530, 1 (partly based on observations made with NICS@TNG); Category: A
  4. 37. Identification of the Top TESS Objects of Interest for Atmospheric Characterization of Transiting Exoplanets with JWST Hord, B. J.; Kempton, E. M.-R.; Mikal-Evans, T.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 167, 233 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  5. 36. UPCluster-SZ: The Updated Catalog of Galaxy Clusters from the List of Planck Sunyaev-Zeldovich Source Bahk, H.; & Hwang, H. S. Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 272, 7 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: A
  6. 35. Orbital obliquity of the young planet TOI-5398 b and the evolutionary history of the system Mantovan, G.; Malavolta, L.; Locci, D.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, L17 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  7. 34. Stellar population astrophysics (SPA) with the TNG. Abundance analysis of nearby red giants and red clump stars: combining high resolution spectroscopy and asteroseismology Vernekar, N.; Lucatello, S.; Bragaglia, A.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, A85 (based on observations made with HARPS-N and GIANO@TNG); Category: D
  8. 33. The GAPS Programme at TNG. LIII. New insights on the peculiar XO-2 system Ruggieri, A.; Desidera, S.; Biazzo, K.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, A116 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  9. 32. The compact multi-planet system GJ 9827 revisited with ESPRESSO Passegger, V. M.; Suárez Mascareño, A.; Allart, R.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, A38 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  10. 31. The orbital parameters of the Delta Cep inner binary system determined using 2019 HARPS-N spectroscopic data Nardetto, N.; Hocde, V.; Kervella, P.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, L9 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: B
  11. 30. Once in a blue stream. Detection of recent star formation in the NGC 7241 stellar stream with MEGARA Martinez-Delgado, D.; Roca-Fabrega, S.; Gil de Paz, A.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 684, A157 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  12. 29. Magnetically arrested disks in FR I radio galaxies He, H.; You, B.; Jiang, N.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 530, 530 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  13. 28. A Tale of Two Peas-In-A-Pod: The Kepler-323 and Kepler-104 Systems Thomas, C. A.; Weiss, L. M.; Isaacson, H.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 167, 160 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  14. 27. Stellar Population Astrophysics (SPA) with TNG. Fluorine abundances in seven open cluster Seshashayana, S. B.; Jonsson, H.; D'Orazi, V.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A218 (based on observations made with HARPS-N and GIANO@TNG); Category: D
  15. 26. The complex circumstellar environment of supernova 2023ixf Zimmerman, E. A.; Irani, I.; Chen, P.; et al. Nature, 627, 759 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: D
  16. 25. The TESS-Keck Survey. XII. A Dense 1.8 REarth Ultra-Short-Period Planet Possibly Clinging to a High-Mean-Molecular-Weight Atmosphere After the First Gigayear Rubenzahl, R. A.; Dai, F.; Howard, A. W.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 167, 153 (party based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  17. 24. Confronting compositional confusion through the characterisation of the sub-Neptune orbiting HD 77946 Palethorpe, L.; John, A. A.; Mortier, A.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 529, 3323 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  18. 23. GIARPS High-resolution Observations of T Tauri stars (GHOST) V. New insights into disk winds from 3 km/s resolution spectroscopy Nisini, B.; Gangi, M.; Giannini, T.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A116 (based on observations made with HARPS-N and GIANO@TNG); Category: D
  19. 22. The GAPS programme at TNG LII. Spot modeling of V1298 Tau using SpotCCF tool Di Maio, C.; Petralia, A.; Micela, G.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A239 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  20. 21. Characterization of K2-167 b and CALM, a new stellar activity mitigation method de Beurs, Z. L.; Vanderburg, A.; Thygesen, E.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 529, 1047 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  21. 20. Boost recall in quasi-stellar object selection from highly imbalanced photometric datasets. The reverse selection method Calderone, G.; Guarneri, F.; Porru, M.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A34 (partly based on observations made with DOLoRes@TNG); Category: B
  22. 19. Small but mighty: High-resolution spectroscopy of ultra-hot Jupiter atmospheres with compact telescopes. KELT-9 b's transmission spectrum with Wendelstein's FOCES Spectrograph Borsato, N. W.; Hoeijmakers, H. J.; Cont, D.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A98 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  23. 18. High-resolution spectroscopy of the young open cluster M 39 (NGC 7092) Alonso Santiago, J.; Frasca, A.; Catanzaro, G.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 683, A75 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: D
  24. 17. Giant Outer Transiting Exoplanet Mass (GOT 'EM) Survey. IV. Long-term Doppler Spectroscopy for 11 Stars Thought to Host Cool Giant Exoplanets Dalba, P. A.; Kane, S. R.; Isaacson, H.; et al. Astrophysical Journal Supplements, 271, 16 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  25. 16. The GAPS programme at TNG XLIX. TOI-5398, the youngest compact multi-planet system composed of an inner sub-Neptune and an outer warm Saturn Mantovan, G.; Malavolta, L.; Desidera, S.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A129 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  26. 15. The GAPS Programme at TNG LI. Investigating the correlations between transiting system parameters and host chromospheric activity Claudi, R.; Bruno, G.; Fossati, L.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A136 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  27. 14. The GAPS Programme at TNG L - TOI-4515 b: An eccentric warm Jupiter orbiting a 1.2 Gyr-old G-star Carleo, I.; Malavolta, L.; Desidera, S.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A135 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  28. 13. Characterising TOI-732 b and c: new insights on the M-dwarf radius and density valley Bonfanti, A.; Brady, M.; Wilson, T. G.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A66 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  29. 12. PRIMASS near-infrared study of the Erigone collisional family Harvison, B.; De Pra, M.; Pinilla-Alonso, N.; et al. Icarus, 412, 115973 (partly based on observations made with NICS@TNG); Category: C
  30. 11. The TESS-Keck Survey XVII. Precise Mass Measurements in a Young, High Multiplicity Transiting Planet System using Radial Velocities and Transit Timing Variation Beard, C.; Robertson, P.; Dai, F.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 167, 70 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  31. 10. Compositional characterization of a primordial S-type asteroid family of the inner main belt Bourdelle de Micas, J.; Fornasier, S.; Delbo, M.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A64 (partly based on observations made with NICS@TNG); Category: C
  32. 9. A comparative study of two X2.2 and X9.3 solar flares observed with HARPS-N: Reconciling Sun-as-a-star spectroscopy and high-spatial resolution solar observations in the context of the solar-stellar connection Pietrow, A. G. M.; Cretignier, M.; Druett, M. K.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 682, A46 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@LCST); Category: D
  33. 8. High-resolution transmission spectroscopy of ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-33b with NEID Yang, Y.; Chen, G.; Wang, S.; & Yan, F. Astronomical Journal, 167, 36 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  34. 7. TOI-544 b: a potential water-world inside the radius valley in a two-planet system Osborne, H. L. M.; Van Eylen, V.; Goffo, E.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 527, 11138 (based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  35. 6. TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets (THYME) XI: An Earth-sized Planet Orbiting a Nearby, Solar-like Host in the 400Myr Ursa Major Moving Group Capistrant, B. K.; Soares-Furtado, M.; Vanderburg, A.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 167, 54 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  36. 5. The Kepler Giant Planet Search. I. A Decade of Kepler Planet-host Radial Velocities from W. M. Keck Observatory Weiss, L. M.; Isaacson, H.; Howard, A. W.; et al. Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 270, 8 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  37. 4. A hot mini-Neptune and a temperate, highly eccentric sub-Saturn around the bright K-dwarf TOI-2134 Rescigno, F.; Hebrard, G.; Vanderburg, A.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 527, 5385 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C
  38. 3. The magnetically quiet solar surface dominates HARPS-N solar RVs during low activity Lakeland, B. S.; Naylor, T.; Haywood, R. D.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 527, 7681 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@LCST); Category: C
  39. 2. Stellar surface information from the Ca II H&K lines I. Intensity profiles of the solar activity components Cretignier, M.; Pietrow, A. G. M.; & Aigrain, S. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 527, 2940 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@LCST); Category: C
  40. 1. Masses, Revised Radii, and a Third Planet Candidate in the "Inverted" Planetary System Around TOI-1266 Cloutier, R.; Greklek-McKeon, M.; Wurmser, S.; et al. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 527, 5464 (partly based on observations made with HARPS-N@TNG); Category: C