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

2000

  1. 9. Speckle interferometry measurements of the asteroids 10-Hygiea and 15-Eunomia Ragazzoni, R.; Baruffolo, A.; Marchetti, E.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 354, 315 (based on observations made with the SPECKLE CAMERA@TNG); Category: C
  2. 8. Optically dim counterparts of hard X-ray selected AGNs Maiolino, R.; Salvati, M.; Antonelli, L. A.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 355, L47 (based on observations made with ARNICA@TNG); Category: B
  3. 7. Unusually rapid variability of the GRB000301C optical afterglow Masetti, N.; Bartolini, C.; Bernabei, S.; et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 359, 23 (partly based on observations made with OIG@TNG); Category: A
  4. 6. The tetra-lobed planetary nebula NGC 1501 Sabbadin, F.; Benetti, S.; Cappellaro, E.; & Turatto, M. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 361, 1112 (partly based on observations made with OIG@TNG); Category: D
  5. 5. Tomography of the low excitation planetary nebula NGC 40 Sabbadin, F.; Cappellaro, E.; Benetti, S.; Turatto, M.; & Zanin, C. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 355, 688 (partly based on observations made with OIG@TNG); Category: D
  6. 4. Adaptive-optics corrections available for the whole sky Ragazzoni, R.; Marchetti, E.; & Valente, G. Nature, 403, 54 (based on data taken with the Rotator/Adapter acquisition probe optics of the TNG); Category: E
  7. 3. The Very Red Afterglow of GRB 000418: Further Evidence for Dust Extinction in a Gamma-Ray Burst Host Galaxy Klose, S.; Stecklum, B.; Masetti, N.; et al. Astrophysical Journal, 545, 271 (partly based on observations made with OIG@TNG); Category: A
  8. 2. Optical, near-infrared and hard X-ray observations of SAXJ1353.9+1820: a red quasar Vignali, C.; Mignoli, M.; Comastri, A.; Maiolino, R.; & Fiore, F. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 314, L11 (partly based on observations made with OIG and ARNICA@TNG); Category: B
  9. 1. The rise and fall of V4334 Sgr (Sakurai's Object) Duerbeck, H. W.; Liller, W.; Sterken, C.; et al. Astronomical Journal, 119, 2360 (partly based on observations made with OIG@TNG); Category: D