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What tool do you use?

Hi. You add occupations based on categories. Is that an automatic process? What tool do you use? I am interested in it. Thanks. Emijrp (talk) 20:55, 10 January 2019 (UTC)

1) Yes 2) my own script [1] --Ghuron (talk) 07:34, 11 January 2019 (UTC)

Killing is not a oficial occupation

Hi, Ghuron.

You've used the property "occupation" for Zodiac Killer as a serial killer. That's redundant and not accurate. The Zodiac killer is a anonimous person that nobody knows anything of his life. As a person maybe he had a job as a occupation, or maybe hadn't a occupation at all. But killing is not a occupation, it is a criminal disorder. BTW, saying that a killer has the occupation of killing, is saying that an actor has the occupation of acting: it's redundant. I have undo your edit. --Paso del lobo (talk) 21:14, 10 January 2019 (UTC)

@Paso del lobo: if that is redundant, could you please tell me how would I know the guy is serial killer without reading description? This is not an actor who is acting, this is instance of (P31) human (Q5) who had killed more that one time, so I see nothing wrong with occupation (P106) serial killer (Q484188) --Ghuron (talk) 04:23, 11 January 2019 (UTC)
The case layed in that the title reads it is a killer (Zodiac Killer), so it's redundant saying again he was a killer, altough defining him as a serial killer. It's not the same defining a human well known for his name that he is an actor, for example, that defining a human as a killer when the title is already saying that. Anyway, I'm from spanish Wikipedia, and the property "occupation" means in our lenguage "work occupation" (John Wayne is an actor, Selena Gomez is a singer), so I find, in some manner, that the property is not accurate for the case "killer". I understand that a person can be occupated with a own job, but a hobby or a criminal disorder killing humans is not a description as a life occupation. Maybe another property ("Known as", "Activity" or so)? --Paso del lobo (talk) 10:05, 11 January 2019 (UTC)
@Paso del lobo: well, did I get it right that it is also redundant to specify John Wayne (Q40531) given name (P735) John (Q4925477) because name is already specified in label? Wikidata is supposed to contain "structured data", not just plain text labels. How can I get a list of serial killers? Through this query and majority of those people were not edited by me. In principle I'm not against using any reasonable properties instead of P106, but general consensus is that occupation is not necessarily something that you do for money and/or during lifetime. It is something that you do according to reliables sources, and in that sense the only occupation of Zodiac killer is well serial killer (Q484188) --Ghuron (talk) 11:14, 11 January 2019 (UTC)
O.K., I understand you. I will undo my own edition here. But I'm not so convinced with the use of such a property. It linked directly to the infobox of the spanish Wikipedia, and it's a little rare reading that a human can also be a serial killer as a occupation (as we the spaniards understand the meaning of such word). --Paso del lobo (talk) 09:30, 12 January 2019 (UTC)

Date precision

I think you might have a script glitch here - this is showing as "precise to 10,000 years" :-) Andrew Gray (talk) 12:54, 17 January 2019 (UTC)

Thanks, 182 items are affected, once quickstatement will be back online, I'll revert them --Ghuron (talk) 13:31, 17 January 2019 (UTC)

Q31192874 and Q49743509

Hello Ghuron, I noticed that you added the date of birth to Adolf IV of Nassau-Idstein (Q31192874). A good addition. However, Adolf IV of Nassau-Idstein (Q31192874) and Q49743509 are the same person. Are you able to combine both? I am not alas. Thanks in advance! --HRvO (talk) 18:14, 23 January 2019 (UTC)

@HRvO: Thanks, merged those items, it is really easy - Help:Merge/nl#De merge-uitbreiding --Ghuron (talk) 18:34, 23 January 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for the merging and thanks for the link. --HRvO (talk) 22:36, 23 January 2019 (UTC)

Category import

Hi ! Which tool do you use for edits like this ? Léna (talk) 09:45, 25 January 2019 (UTC)

@Léna: Unfortunately my own quick'n'dirty script (see [2]). In essence it runs query like this with increasing offset and check for each result whenever it is appropriate to add corresponding statements --Ghuron (talk) 09:52, 25 January 2019 (UTC)

Birthday of Devlet Hatun

Hi, regarding to https://www.wikidata.org/w/index.php?title=Q3706312&type=revision&diff=843166165&oldid=843099690

1365 is a birthday of en:Devletşah Hatun rather than en:Devlet Hatun. These are two different wifes of en:Bayezid I

If possible, please delete 1365 from wiki data of Devlet Hatun. --188.242.27.212 00:59, 27 January 2019 (UTC)

taxon categories

Добавьте пожалуйста ко всем утверждениям

квалификатор parent taxon (P171) со значением конкретного таксона. --Infovarius (talk) 16:33, 29 January 2019 (UTC)

@Infovarius: а откуда родительский таксон в общем случае брать? :) --Ghuron (talk) 17:41, 29 January 2019 (UTC)
@Infovarius: see Wikidata talk:WikiProject Taxonomy#category contains --Ghuron (talk) 18:09, 13 February 2019 (UTC)
Зря вы прогнулись под этого Бря. У него и его второго таксономического коллеги очень радикальные взгляды на таксономическую часть Викиданных. По сути, они против всего нового, что выходит сверх используемого ими. Даже если это онтологически оправдано и полезно для пользователей. В частности, эти квалификаторы - единственное, что позволяло просматривать список низлежащих таксонов в Reasonator'е. Частенько туда заглядывал и даже находил, что поправить в результате. --Infovarius (talk) 15:36, 15 February 2019 (UTC)
@Infovarius: Прошу прощения что задел откатом Ваши правки, но буду Вам очень признателен, если Вы, как член того проекта, обозначите свою позицию --Ghuron (talk) 19:20, 15 February 2019 (UTC)

Ottoman sultans

You have added a lot of Ottoman sultanas as sultan. They are not sultans. Please undo the imports you did they are all wrong. There are complete and dated entries for all of them. Thanks, GerardM (talk) 17:48, 3 February 2019 (UTC)

@GerardM: I've reverted all statements of occupation (P106) sultan of the Ottoman Empire (Q15315411) and noble title (P97) sultan of the Ottoman Empire (Q15315411). Please note that Kilij Arslan I (Q345544), Danishmend Gazi (Q714771) and Süleyman Çelebi (Q1095044) were added to Category:Sultans of the Ottoman Empire (Q7063919) in some wikipedias but does not have position held (P39) sultan of the Ottoman Empire (Q15315411) (not sure whenever this is right or wrong) --Ghuron (talk) 08:10, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
Check out the items for these people, they are not Ottoman. Thanks, GerardM (talk) 09:42, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
PS Thank you !!

Q3318511

Hello,
I just wanted to draw your attention on the fact this person is not dead, as confirmed by his recent appearance on a Tunisian TV: https://directinfo.webmanagercenter.com/2019/01/21/mohamed-driss-parle-de-la-complicite-des-mediocres-durant-lere-post-revolutionnaire/
Maybe you refer to another Mohamed Driss? Moumou82 (talk) 19:11, 4 February 2019 (UTC)

@Moumou82: Well, en:Mohamed Driss, fr:Mohamed Driss and ar:محمد_إدريس seems to be talking about the same person (according to google translate:) First two did not mention his death, in ar-wiki it was added recently (see [3]). Does this look like vandalism? --Ghuron (talk) 11:31, 5 February 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for pointing this out. I don't think it was a vandalism but an error. Indeed, a Tunisian musician called Mohamed Driss died during the pilgrimage in 2018 per http://kapitalis.com/tunisie/2018/08/20/hajj-2018-deces-du-musicien-mohamed-driss-au-mont-arafat/ but this is not the person described in this article. I have removed the mention from the article in Arabic. Moumou82 (talk) 18:42, 5 February 2019 (UTC)

Great work!

Just to say thanks for the work you're doing on the metaclasses for singles, albums, etc. - very helpful! Moebeus (talk) 19:44, 12 February 2019 (UTC)

Songs vs singles

Hi,

We usually don't have separate articles for songs and singles in Hungarian Wikipedia. Most of the "singles" category contain songs, but since the only pop songs that get own articles are the ones released as singles, the category is named "singles". hu:Dance with Me (Debelah Morgan-dal) is the same as en:Dance with Me (Debelah Morgan song), the former is in hu:category:Debelah Morgan-kislemezek, the latter is in en:Category:Debelah Morgan songs, so the two categories should be linked. regards, Alensha (talk) 19:00, 14 February 2019 (UTC)

@Alensha: there are 2 separated category trees, one starts with hu:Kategória:Dalok előadó szerint, another one with hu:Kategória:Kislemezek előadó szerint. If you believe those 3 "*-kislemezek" categories should be linked to "songs" wikidata items, shouldn't we change their parent categories to "dalok" as well? --Ghuron (talk) 19:07, 14 February 2019 (UTC)

I put the "kislemezek" category into the "songs" category. Since all Debelah Morgan song articles we have are in the "Debelah Morgan singles" category, it doesn't serve the Wikipedia reader if we don't link it to the English "Debelah Morgan songs" category. Alensha (talk) 20:35, 14 February 2019 (UTC)

Thanks :) Alensha (talk) 14:07, 15 February 2019 (UTC)

Lama Karta's birthdate

Hello Ghuron. I sent you a message on Lama Karta's discussion page. All the best : Tatvam (talk) 09:32, 23 February 2019 (UTC)

Accuracy

Please try to get the occupation at least vaguely right - diff - source. --Tagishsimon (talk) 09:28, 1 March 2019 (UTC)

Thank you for pointing me this, there are a few categories with incorrect occupation (P106) association football player (Q937857). Nailing them down --Ghuron (talk) 17:22, 1 March 2019 (UTC)

язык фильмов

(по поводу Category:Russian-language films (Q6840725)) для фильмов используют original language of film or TV show (P364), а не language of work or name (P407). --Infovarius (talk) 17:33, 9 March 2019 (UTC)

@Infovarius: cпасибо, постарался выпилить все свои некорректные правки и скорректировал категории --Ghuron (talk) 07:23, 11 March 2019 (UTC)

People convicted of murdering police officers

Back on 16 September 2018, you added the occupation of police officer to items based on there being in the English Wikipedia en:Category:People convicted of murdering police officers. Revert your edits. I'll have to consider asking for a topic ban at this point. - 2600:1702:31B0:9CE0:D4D4:9938:43C7:EABE 04:13, 12 March 2019 (UTC)

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Based on [4] I guess you are referring to Category:American people convicted of murdering police officers (Q8247048). I've manually reverted a bunch of my wrong edits, now the only police officer, that belong to this category is Antoinette Frank (Q4775584). I've also verified the rest (30) of category items with occupation (P106) police officer (Q361593) qualifier and it looks like the problem was specific to Q8247048 only --Ghuron (talk) 07:06, 12 March 2019 (UTC)

Claude Polin

Bonjour Monsieur,

Claude Polin n'a jamais été membre du FN, encore moins du RN. Il fut toutefois membre du conseil scientifique du FN, ce qui est déjà indiqué.

Bien cordialement, 81.254.98.189 18:20, 12 March 2019 (UTC)

Je suis d'accord avec ça. Il n'a jamais été membre d'aucun parti politique --Ghuron (talk) 11:06, 13 March 2019 (UTC)

Список губернаторов Виктории

Совершенно зря отделили ru:Список губернаторов Виктории от en:Governor of Victoria. Содержание то же самое — и там, и там информация о должности плюс собственно список, просто в русском разделе (как и в немецком) традиционно используется слово "список" для таких статей. Немцы уже обратно свой список вернули (и правильно сделали!), надо и наш, и норвежский вернуть, чтобы безхозными не болтались. Разнесение их по разным углам — это фактическая ошибка и ухудшение связи между разделами. Пожалуйста, верните, как было. — Adavyd (talk) 12:09, 16 March 2019 (UTC)

@Adavyd: начнём с того, что я отцепил несколько интервик от Governor of Victoria (Q1571023) и не прицепил их к list of Governors of Victoria (Q62075233) - прошу прощения, замотался и накосячил. Проблема собственно в том, что часть статей явно (в названием) или неявно (категориями) позиционирует себя как список (например ru- и en- wiki), а часть (например zh:維多利亞總督 как статья о должности. И у соответствующих элементов должно быть немного разное использование. Дайте мне пару дней, я подумаю что можно сделать --Ghuron (talk) 11:56, 17 March 2019 (UTC)
Да, у нас традиционно и статья о должности, и список обладателей этой должности не разделяются, они находятся вместе под названием "список" (это исторически так сложилось, в частности, потому что многие такие статьи выставлялись на КИСП). При этом должность перенаправляется на "список", поскольку преамбула списка фактически представляет собой статью о должности. В en-wiki (для австралийских губернаторов) — то же самое, всё вместе, и единственным отличием является то, что они называют это не "List of governors of …", а просто "Governor of …", хотя большую часть статьи составляет именно список. — Adavyd (talk) 11:34, 18 March 2019 (UTC)
@Adavyd: как сейчас нормально? --Ghuron (talk) 12:07, 18 March 2019 (UTC)
Насколько я понимаю, вы как-то привязали "Список губернаторов …" к перенаправлениям на разделы со списком в статьях с названием "Губернатор …", а статьи "Губернатор …" к перенаправлениям на "Список губернаторов …"? Выглядит довольно сложно, но теперь хоть какая-то связь есть, и список интервик слева виден… В таком виде особо возражать не буду, хотя повторюсь, что де факто "ru:Список губернаторов Виктории" однозначно соответствует "en:Governor of Victoria". Спасибо, — Adavyd (talk) 13:58, 18 March 2019 (UTC)
@Adavyd: то, что сделал Ghuron - ещё более правильно, т.к. "Список губернаторов..." должно соответствовать "List of governors...", а "Губернатор..." (как название должности) - "Governor of...". Реальность такова, что в разных разделах это называется по-разному (хотя в англовики иногда бывают одновременно и оба варианта), поэтому присоединение перенаправлений позволяет сделать это более корректно, при этом сохранив желаемые вами связи. --Infovarius (talk) 16:22, 18 March 2019 (UTC)
Судить надо не по ярлыкам, а по содержимому. Реальность такова, что и там, и там то же самое. Было просто и понятно — "правильно", стало сложно и менее понятно — "ещё более правильно". Впрочем, это уже внутренняя проблема Викиданных. — Adavyd (talk) 17:32, 18 March 2019 (UTC)

Категории списков

Пожалуйста, внимательнее. Если категория называется "Категория:Списки X", то "Список X" является P301, а не P1753 (которым бы являлось "Список списков Х", иногда такое бывает). --Infovarius (talk) 16:02, 18 March 2019 (UTC)

Можно проверять по наличию P31=Wikimedia lists category (Q56428020), который я создал для этого. --Infovarius (talk) 16:03, 18 March 2019 (UTC)

category contains..

Hoi, when a category contains faculty, it should not refer to teacher but to "employer" "name of the school". This allows us to harvest data from categories and also update articles with a category based on Wikidata (often certified Orcid data). Thanks, GerardM (talk) 14:10, 24 March 2019 (UTC)

@GerardM: I assume you are referring to categories like Category:Curtis Institute of Music faculty (Q8436231). Not sure why we cannot have both occupation (P106) teacher (Q37226) and educated at (P69) Curtis Institute of Music (Q60450) there --Ghuron (talk) 14:13, 24 March 2019 (UTC)
Well for one, there is no benefit in calling them all "teacher". They are lectors, professors.. whatever. Pointing to their employment brings us the benefit I described. I have done this for many, many universities. Now a bot to run based on this. Thanks, GerardM (talk) 14:18, 24 March 2019 (UTC)
@GerardM: well, professor (Q121594) subclass of (P279) university teacher (Q1622272) and university teacher (Q1622272) subclass of (P279) teacher (Q37226), so it looks like teacher (Q37226) is kind of safest description for occupation of such people. Of cause I will use P106 qualifier only for those items of instance of (P31) human (Q5) that does not have any P106 statements. I will also use P69 qualifier as well, so please continue what you are doing :) --Ghuron (talk) 15:54, 24 March 2019 (UTC)
another problem is how query works. you do not want to restrict the results by insisting that a "human" must be a "teacher". Thanks, GerardM (talk) 17:04, 24 March 2019 (UTC)

Русская метка категории

Пожалуйста, не надо в автоматическом режиме переопределять метку. Часто они не зря сделаны другими, а для разрешения неоднозначности (т.к. в описании его не сделать). Единственно, что можно пробежаться ботом по категориям - восстановить уточнения в скобках, где они пропали. --Infovarius (talk) 18:43, 24 March 2019 (UTC)

Можно, кстати, проверять синонимы - если есть равный титулу в рувики, а метка отличается, то это было сделано намеренно. --Infovarius (talk) 19:07, 24 March 2019 (UTC)
@Infovarius: мне кажется что использовать метку в элементах категорий для разрешения неоднозначностей - это очень спорная практика. Вы можете привести пример того, где это необходимо? Например, какая неоднозначность разрешается в Category:Germanic peoples (Q9720520)? Если категория в ру-вики названа неверно, наверное надо её переименовать там? --Ghuron (talk) 03:41, 25 March 2019 (UTC)
Категория:Эксперименты есть в Q8717332, а как назвать Category:Experiments (Q6479193)? Здесь, конечно, можно переименовать русскую категорию в "Научные эксперименты" (если консенсус ещё разрешит). Но не всегда даже переименование спасает. Попробую покидать примеров постепенно. Категория:Секты присоединено в Q6151340 (вероятно, правильно), а как бы вы назвали Category:Sects (Q13470248)? --Infovarius (talk) 20:22, 31 March 2019 (UTC)
@Infovarius: я примерно понимаю зачем давать русскоязычные метки категориям, которые можно/полезно создать в ру-вики. Но я не понимаю зачем это делать для тех категорий, которые семантически уже пересекаются с существующими. Зачем вообще именовать Category:Experiments (Q6479193) и Category:Sects (Q13470248)? --Ghuron (talk) 09:55, 2 April 2019 (UTC)
Ну как это? Любой элемент должен иметь осмысленную русскую метку! (единственное исключение пока вижу - статьи и издания с иноязычными названиями, и то...) Да и чтобы понять, о чём элемент и чем отличается от того, в котором уже есть русская ссылка. Вот ещё парный примерчик: Category:Citrus (Q6586700) - категория о роде растений, но содержит русскую категорию, в то же время основной темой Q32772675 является триба "Цитрусовые" и поэтому категория должна именоваться "Категория:Цитрусовые". Как избежать дублирования без изменения метки или переноса русской (и украинской одновременно) ссылки? --Infovarius (talk) 13:13, 4 April 2019 (UTC)
@Infovarius: я не совсем понимаю зачем "любой элемент должен иметь осмысленную русскую метку", но даже если встать на эту позицию, можно просто декларировать что у элементов-категорий с русской интервикой приоритет на соответствующую метку. Оперировать метками в SPARQL гораздо удобнее нежели сайтлинками, поэтому очень важно чтобы для категорий метка повторяла сайтлинк --Ghuron (talk) 13:31, 4 April 2019 (UTC)

Revert

Please, stop it. Revert all this kind of edits. --Davidpar (talk) 19:35, 1 April 2019 (UTC)

@Steenth: please note [5] --Ghuron (talk) 03:40, 2 April 2019 (UTC)

Государство у сражения

Что под этим подразумевается? Я бы имел в виду, что это то, на чьей земле оно происходило. А то, кто в нём участвовал (как следует из категорий типа "Сражения Швеции"), нужно указывать с помощью participant (P710). См. например Q21643643. Да и была ли Швеция (в современном статусе) в то время? --Infovarius (talk) 09:13, 2 April 2019 (UTC)

@Infovarius: Согласен, полная хрень. Откатил для Category:Battles involving Sweden (Q8293193) и Category:Battles of the Sengoku period (Q8293664) --Ghuron (talk) 09:47, 2 April 2019 (UTC)

Absurd inclusions as members of the "Académie française"

Can you please stop performing absurd edits such as [6] ? I reverted about 20 of them and am tired of doing it: do please revert all the rest of them yourself. Sapphorain (talk) 20:16, 6 April 2019 (UTC)

@Sapphorain: You don't have to fix my mistakes by yourself, just let me know where the problem is and I'll do it by myself --Ghuron (talk) 05:18, 7 April 2019 (UTC)

Category:American child actors snafu

You have coded wikidata items as female based on their membership of en:Category:American child actors, e.g. diff. So that's not right. --Tagishsimon (talk) 22:26, 16 April 2019 (UTC)

@Tagishsimon: Thanks, fixed a couple of mistakes, now this list should only contains females --Ghuron (talk) 08:08, 17 April 2019 (UTC)
Much obliged. Thank you. --Tagishsimon (talk) 08:40, 17 April 2019 (UTC)

Is P4224 useful to you?

Hi! First of all thank you for your edits, I see them quite often on my watchlist and they are really very good. I wanted to ask you - is P4224 useful to you? I mean, when I add this property with adequate qualifiers to WD items about some categories, does it increase the chance that you will add statements based on those categories? Or is there any other way to make the categories' items more friendly and useful for your work? Powerek38 (talk) 12:11, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

@Powerek38: Thanks! New P4224 statements are very useful. I use small subset of P4224 qualifiers (see lines 77-80 here, but working hard to extend it :) --16:57, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

P17 instead of P27

Hi Ghuron, i've seen editions like this. I think they are wrong because you should use P27 to desing country of citizenship of the person and not P17. Regards, --Zeroth (talk) 17:15, 19 April 2019 (UTC)

@Zeroth: thanks, reverted affected edits, @Geogast: please note [7] --Ghuron (talk) 05:49, 20 April 2019 (UTC)
I am not convinced that country of citizenship (P27) is correct here. The Category has persons that are transport ministers in Uruguay. It does not (necessarily) say that they have Uruguayan citizenship. Besides: Imagine a transport minister (Q12339722) in, let's say, Japan that has Uruguayan (and Japanese) citizenship. He wouldn't be in the category (of course), but he would comply with the definion position held (P39)=transport minister (Q12339722) and country of citizenship (P27)=Uruguay (Q77). --Geogast (talk) 21:07, 20 April 2019 (UTC)
@Geogast: If I understand you correctly, you are trying to say that country (P17) Uruguay (Q77) is related to position held (P39) transport minister (Q12339722) not category contains (P4224) human (Q5). Unfortunately we have no qualifiers for qualifiers, and qualifier list is unordered. I'd suggest that you use category combines topics (P971) for that purposes. In addition to that, category contains (P4224) is not intended to express the category criteria (because of the limitations above). It's merely serve as a "template" for items that belong to that category. E.g. If some item belongs to Category:Ministers of Transport and Public Works of Uruguay (Q8634107) and its instance of (P31) human (Q5), we can expect that this item is also position held (P39) transport minister (Q12339722). In fact, why don't we create item specifically for the head of Ministry of Transport and Public Works (Q2502160) (similar to Minister of Transport and Public Works (Q60446675))? --Ghuron (talk) 03:30, 22 April 2019 (UTC)

Warning

Hi, Ghuron. This kind of edit is wrong: [8]. Regards.--Asqueladd (talk) 23:47, 25 April 2019 (UTC)

@Asqueladd: help me understand why --Ghuron (talk) 03:07, 26 April 2019 (UTC)
To exemplify this guy was elected Madrid municipal councillor (Q22978391) because Madrid municipal councillor (Q22978391) is an elected office (Q17279032) (for most of history, but I won't derail this further) to which elected in (P2715) qualifiers are applicable. Q56164759 is an appointed one (an office the subject was appointed in his capacity as Madrid municipal councillor (Q22978391)), just like he also was Q56191982 Q56164406 Q56191996 during the period he held the (elected) office Madrid municipal councillor (Q22978391). We can remove "subclass of (P279) Madrid municipal councillor (Q22978391)" from the appointed offices if that solves things because seen this way it certainly may lead to plenty of mistakes, but changing the target of the property when the former has qualifiers start_date & end_date is IMHO a no go (moreover when there are many subclasses and the subject is actually categorised in several of them in the period comprised by the start and end dates; namely Q56191982 Q56164406 Q56191996 and one additional appointed office yet to be created!).--Asqueladd (talk) 04:05, 26 April 2019 (UTC)
@Asqueladd: Do not modify statements if it has any qualifiers is certainly a good idea. Testing it right now --Ghuron (talk) 07:16, 26 April 2019 (UTC)

Ошибка в данных

Добрый вечер!

В в объекте Jeon Jung-kook (Q22338877) вами был некорректно указан record label (P264) Columbia Records (Q183387), а должен быть Big Hit Entertainment (Q16161254). Страницу буквально несколько часов назад защитили на месяц, и я не могу её править. Можно вас попросить внести исправление в это свойство?

Не знаю, возможно, тут принято писать на английском, но мне это делать, откровенно говоря, лень, хотя проблем с этим нет. Gjrfytn (talk) 15:57, 7 May 2019 (UTC)

Category:Nazis convicted of war crimes

Please revert all of your war crimes edits and strictly adher to the English Wikipedia categories where a burden of proof has been provided. Brauchitsch was neither a Nazi, nor was he convicted of war crimes. - 2600:1702:31B0:9CE0:722A:D5FF:FE5F:7FD2 18:11, 14 May 2019 (UTC) Wow, why didn't you answer my question? - 2600:1702:31B0:9CE0:722A:D5FF:FE5F:7FD2 21:26, 15 May 2019 (UTC)

The category you mentioned has nothing to do with Nazi and your view on english wikipedia is naive, but you reverts were absolutely correct. So I will have to investigate situation. Stay tuned --Ghuron (talk) 03:39, 16 May 2019 (UTC)
I've reviewed corresponding edits and reverted about a dozen of them. The remaining looks ok for me: [9] --Ghuron (talk) 13:24, 16 May 2019 (UTC)

Revert, why?

Why did you revert my edits here? --Magnus Manske (talk) 13:19, 15 May 2019 (UTC)

Obviously wrong click, sorry --Ghuron (talk) 13:39, 15 May 2019 (UTC)

Eduardo Reyes Ortíz (Q2697464)

Hello! He plays in England in 1910, and was born in 1907? En un grupo selecto --Ssbond (talk) 15:38, 20 May 2019 (UTC)

@Ssbond: я не совсем понимаю с чего Вы взяли что Eduardo Reyes Ortíz (Q2697464) играл в Англии в 1910 году, по Вашей ссылке я ничего подобного не вижу. По источникам в ru:Рейес Ортис, Эдуардо получается что он играл за сборную Боливии в 1930 году. --Ghuron (talk) 17:22, 20 May 2019 (UTC)
  • Он не играл. Он там учился в колледже. Вот фраза из ссылки:

"Hasta el momento, 171 jugadores nacionales mostraron su clase en el fútbol del extranjero, 46 de ellos (extraoficialmente) en Europa. El pionero fue Eduardo Reyes Ortiz, quien entre 1910 y 1911 estuvo vinculado al Tradesman Rangers y Trinity de Inglaterra."

Как Вы думаете в колледж берут в три года? Я, конечно, принимаю РуВики за источник, но тут явно нужно разбираться. Хотя, где-то я читал, что самые возрастные футболисты на ЧМ-1930 были не старше 33 лет... Я просто нашел эти данные и заменил. Вы откатили. Но, было бы неплохо таки разобраться... --Ssbond (talk) 18:45, 20 May 2019 (UTC)

@Ssbond: я по прежнему не вижу этой фразы по Вашей ссылке, но она гуглится и в других местах. Ок, раз есть разночтение в источниках, давайте дадим две даты, как в es:Eduardo Reyes Ortiz --Ghuron (talk) 07:34, 21 May 2019 (UTC)

Jack Kirby was never at Pratt Institute

Hello, excuse me for my english, I can read it but it's more difficult to write. So, the statement in russian wikipedia is false. Kirby never was a student at the Pratt Institute. You can check in these 2 books : Greg Theakston et Jack Kirby, The Complete Jack Kirby, vol. 1, Pure Imagination Publishing, 1997, 194 p. (ISBN 978-1-566-85006-3) p. 14 and Sue L. Hamilton, Jack Kirby : Comic book creators, ABDO, 2006, 32 p. (ISBN 978-1-599-28298-5 p.6. He was accepted but just before the first day his father was fired and the family can't afford the price of the Pratt Institute so he never goes there. --Olivier Tanguy (talk) 20:35, 22 May 2019 (UTC)

@Olivier Tanguy: thank, removed corresponding category from ru-wiki article --Ghuron (talk) 03:35, 23 May 2019 (UTC)

Emma Jane Cave

Are you sure Emma Jane Cave should have the statement "occupation: writer"? As far as I can find, the one short story listed at Wikisource is the only thing she ever published. IMO that doesn't constitute an "occupation." Levana Taylor (talk) 20:01, 23 May 2019 (UTC)

@Levana Taylor: Thanks for bringing that here. I believe the problem was that Category:Women writers (Q7944338) contains both en:Category:Women writers and s:Category:Women authors. For all items in the first category we can confidently say occupation (P106) writer (Q36180), but not for the last one. I've extracted all wikisource categories into Q64005713 and will check whenever there are any other edits based on wikisource categories --Ghuron (talk) 07:02, 24 May 2019 (UTC)
@Hsarrazin: please review this conversation. Categories are not the same, criteria for inclusion is different --Ghuron (talk) 07:29, 24 May 2019 (UTC)
@Levana Taylor:
Many people who wrote and published, male or female, were not "writers" ; they were "authors", when they published... and thus, are listed as such. I work on frws, not on enws, but separating those wikisource categories from wikipedia categories is a total nonsense...
I'm not the one who adds "occupation: writer" - the fact of adding this statement from the fact that the person is in the category is wrong, like any category listing, for that matter... Categories are too simplistic, and may be added, on any, project, on a lot of criteria, that cannot be estimated from wikidata. Simply, do not add occupation from the fact that the person is in the category ;) --Hsarrazin (talk) 15:28, 24 May 2019 (UTC)
Due to notability criteria, someone is not going to be included in Wikipedia as a writer if their works are few and minor, but there is no notability threshold for creating an author page on en:Wikisource. I don't know how it works on fr:Wikisource, but on en:Wikisource a category "Female authors" or "Male authors" is automatically added based on Wikidata P21. This is useful if you want to find, e.g., love poems by women no matter how much those women wrote. So, having an author page on Wikisource is not the same as being a "writer." And Wikidata should be able to distinguish between the two. Levana Taylor (talk) 16:53, 24 May 2019 (UTC)
@Hsarrazin: Help me understand how comes that distinguishing between categories "Female author" and "Female writer" is "a total nonsense"? --Ghuron (talk) 17:02, 24 May 2019 (UTC)
Another way of putting it might be that the Wikipedia category "Writer" is equivalent to the statement "is a writer" while the Wikisource "Author" is equivalent to "is the author of..." Levana Taylor (talk) 17:23, 24 May 2019 (UTC)

Raugel

Sorry, I corrected the employer on the article Geneviève Raugel. She was directrice de recherche (Research Director) at the CNRS, which means that her employer is the CNRS. In France, researchers in maths are located in labs which are "mixed" (UMR: mixed units of research), meaning that they are situated inside a university (or several), but the staff can be paid either by the uni or by the CNRS. In Raugel's case, it was the CNRS. The researchers may teach, and in this case, depending on the level of teaching, the university pays an extra sum, but the main employer remains the CNRS. The system is a bit complicated for non-French (and sometimes also for French persons !). If there is a property like "other employer", we can try and find out if the university was one for her. All the best, --Cgolds (talk) 15:25, 24 May 2019 (UTC)

Category:Chechen people (Q7226944)

Rather than country of citizenship (P27), would you consider residence (P551) to be more appropriate? I've tentatively been using this for categories of the form "People from <LOCATION>" since these typically have vague semantics (place of birth (P19), country of citizenship (P27), etc.) but all that imply residence (P551) for a duration.

@ElanHR: I'm not sure whenever residence (P551) or ethnic group (P172) were used as a category criteria in those wikis --Ghuron (talk) 11:32, 1 June 2019 (UTC)

Australian public servants

I notice you've applied the property country (P17) = Australia (Q408) to everyone in Category:Australian public servants, however there is a conflicts-with constraint on the property that it should not be applied to humans. --Canley (talk) 00:41, 3 June 2019 (UTC)

@Verdy p, Apalsola: you are adding P17 qualifier to category contains (P4224) human (Q5) statement. That is not correct, please do not do that --Ghuron (talk) 05:28, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
According to the Australian Public Act 1999, the "Australian nationality" is NOT a requirement for applying a job in the Australian public service.
See https://www.apsc.gov.au/8-frequently-asked-questions-cracking-code
So I am perfectly correct !!! Using the "Autralian nationality" qualifier is wrong (too restrictive as it does not include the legal residents).
Note also that there are many APS jobs in Australian agencies in foreign countries, for residents or nationals of these countries.
The Australian public sercice is just a kind of job opened like in a regular company, except that it is subject to the Australian law about public duty and neutrality, that other job contracts are not required to implement. So the only relevant qualifier is "Australia" as the sovereign country, or "Australian law".
There are similar issues with public service in lot of countries (and notably European Union countries where nationality is also NOT required for almost all public job positions and MUST be opened to any European Union citizen). E.g. even the French Army allows job positions for foreign citizens from ANY country (and not just Europeans!).
Verdy p (talk) 05:33, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
@Verdy p: category contains (P4224) is intended to describe elements, that is included in the category. In this case it is human (Q5), not job opening. If we cannot assume that all people in this category has country of citizenship (P27) Australia (Q408), we should remove this qualifier as well. --Ghuron (talk) 05:42, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
But you want to describe with a wrong property that does not apply at all to evey public servant.
I've not contested this applies to humans, and not removed that constraint, I only removed the "nationality" contraint (which effectively applies to persons but is irrelevant here)
Nationality of persons is completely independant of job positions they can effectively take.
So we need another qualifier: "subject to law"="Australian Law" (or="Australian Public Service Act"), but certainly not "nationality"="Australia". Verdy p (talk) 05:44, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
Please look here. Stating category combines topics (P971) civil servant (Q212238) alongside with category combines topics (P971) Australia (Q408) is completely fine --Ghuron (talk) 05:50, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
Yes but an "Australian public servant" is still not necessarily an "Australian national". As well a "French military" is not necessarily a "French national" (French militaries are given a right to get the French nationality after some service time, but this is not a requirement, and they may service while keeping their foreign nationality; they are however automatically granted a right of residence in France because of this job position, even if they would not have qualified for such permit of residence without this public service position) !
Both concepts are related to the same country, but not the same laws from that country (laws regulating nationality, or laws regulating jobs in public service, are in independant domains) Verdy p (talk) 05:52, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
That is clear, so I've removed country of citizenship (P27) qualifier. If you believe you need another property, go ahead and propose one. Alternatively you can try to find an appropriate qualifier for category combines topics (P971) Australia (Q408) --Ghuron (talk) 05:57, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
For now the best qualifier we can use is simply "country" (effectively applicable to a person in that case, because that country regulates that person in that job!). You may prefer an "applicable law" property (whose value will be "Australian law" or "Australian Public Service Act"). Verdy p (talk) 06:03, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
So I don't see why country (P17) cannot apply to any person, when we have a proof here that this is a requirement applicable to that "person", and directly enforced by that "country" (but not necassarily a requirement of "nationality").
I confess that using P17 on a person can be troublesome (P17 is really too fuzzy, as it does not state if this is concerns some legal domain applicable to a physical or moral person, like nationality, work and residence, or a geographic domain, or cultural domain), so yes I propose using "applicable law" instead (for its values, we can then select the best *class* of laws from that country, but it may also be a set of several alternate laws, from different countries, or an international regulation/directive). Verdy p (talk) 06:20, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
Final note: public service is now recognized also for non-human animals in countries that recognized them an legal identity and personality. This applies notably for utility pets (most often dogs and horses). They may even receive official decorations and honours. Their public service duty is recognized as a work (in a special section written differently from humans because they are usually not "paid" in currrency amounts and cannot own a bank account in most countries, but some anglo-saxon countries allow animals/pets to own properties and to be the legal recipient of successions), but the laws grant them legal rights and compensations for their work/service (e.g. limitation of work time, right of rest, being cared for food and health, respected in their life up to their dead, sometimes even after death for their sepultures). Animals also have since long applicable laws concerning their residence and now more frequently their nationality as well (see the international affairs causing diplomatic conflicts, related to claims of some protected species of animals, notably worldwide claims by China, and more recently military claims by Russia).
In summary, a "person" is no longer a synonym of "human being", humans (like also some domestic animals) are forming only a subset of persons. For now every person should be an animal (well since a few monhths this is is no longer true, we have now some robots granted with a legal personality: not only robots are not animals, also they are not even living species, they are just treated like a "dead person" even if they are in active service: laws have invented real "zombies"!), but not all animals are persons (animals that are not persons are treated, generaly like objects tht humans can freely sell and use, or worse as pests to eradicate; at best, animal species protected by laws will be treated like living persons, but with limited liability like minors; and that's why these animals, can even have the right to be defended by their own lawyer, and can be represented by their legal tutor that have strict obligations and liability for these minor animals/persons, or their tutorship can be forcibly transfered by justice to a animals protection organisation, like what is done to protect human children and minor adults)! Verdy p (talk) 06:38, 4 June 2019 (UTC)

Категоризация жертв политических репрессий

Для жертв политических репрессий, захороненных на Донском кладбище, есть специальная подкатегория "Похороненные в общих могилах Донского кладбища". Вы добавляете в Викиданные место погребения, и персоналия оказывается включена в основную и подкатегорию. Я специально убирал подобную задвоенность; пожалуйста, отмените свои правки. Спасибо!--Владислав Резвый (talk) 20:15, 3 June 2019 (UTC)

@Владислав Резвый: я гляну сегодня/завтра, ок? --Ghuron (talk) 05:57, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
@Владислав Резвый: со всем уважением, удалять верные утверждения из викиданных на основе того, что в ру-вики вознакет задвоенность точно неправильно. Если проблема возникает в ру-вики, решать её тоже надо в ру-вики. Действительно механизм автоматической категоризации в ру-вики немного дубовый, перед внесением статьи ru:Шляпников, Александр Гаврилович в категорию ru:Категория:Похороненные на Донском кладбище он не проверяет не внесён ли он уже в подкатегорию ru:Категория:Похороненные в общих могилах Донского кладбища. Я подумаю как исправлять эти проблемы в коде, но покамест можно либо отключить автокатегоризацию по place of burial (P119) Donskoe Cemetery (Q1242128) либо просто вручную прописать в соответствующих карточках похоронен = Новое Донское кладбище Я могу сделать и так и так, скажите что Вам кажется наиболее правильным --Ghuron (talk) 13:20, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
@Ghuron: если не ошибаюсь, при отключении автокатегоризации некоторые персоналии, присутствующие в основной категории, исчезнут из нее, и их придется отыскивать и возвращать вручную. Если при прописывании в карточках вручную задвоенность исчезает, то разумнее, думаю, сделать именно так. Спасибо!--Владислав Резвый (talk) 14:14, 4 June 2019 (UTC)
@Ghuron: попробовал прописать вручную - задвоенность не исчезает. Поэтому до оптимального решения проблемы, пожалуйста, отключите автокатегоризацию. Спасибо!--Владислав Резвый (talk) 23:05, 7 June 2019 (UTC)
@Владислав Резвый: [10] --Ghuron (talk) 04:30, 8 June 2019 (UTC)
@Ghuron:Век живи - век учись)) Спасибо большое!--Владислав Резвый (talk) 09:34, 8 June 2019 (UTC)

Adding year precision DOB instead of actual DOB

Hi Ghuron,

At Q64031855, you add the year, instead of the actual DOB from itwiki. Could you try to avoid that? --- Jura 13:54, 27 May 2019 (UTC)

@Jura1: it:Nando Pijnaker is included into two birthday-related categories: it:Categoria:Nati nel 1999 and it:Categoria:Nati il 25 febbraio. Since I am processing categories one by one, first I've added birth year and then month/day. Do you see any problems with this approach? --Ghuron (talk) 08:37, 28 May 2019 (UTC)
No, if you eventually do so in one way or the other, this is fine, even though for itwiki we devised a way to do it all at once. How is it done in languages that don't have have categories by date? I'd like to avoid that we use less precise dates than actually available at Wikipedia. --- Jura 08:12, 30 May 2019 (UTC)
You are right, there is no guarantee that I'll refine date of birth (P569) to the level of specific day. In fact among top-10 wikipedias only ru and it wiki has those day-of-birth categories. My understanding is that the other way to populate birthdate is to harvest infocards right? Does harvest template support updating dates with year level of precision? --Ghuron (talk) 11:31, 1 June 2019 (UTC)
I think there is some bot that tries to do that, but Wikidata:Database_reports/Deaths_at_Wikipedia only checks if none is available. --- Jura 16:30, 11 June 2019 (UTC)
Well, I'm not trying to deal with date of death yet, I guess the whole process around date of birth (P569) should settle before that. I would be happy to work with any software developer to assist one with gradual improvement over DOB year-level to day-level-precision --Ghuron (talk) 09:14, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

Q50599331

Please note that I reverted your edit. --Jarash (talk) 14:48, 4 June 2019 (UTC)

Сомнительная активность

Скажите, вы робот? Делать странные правки раз за разом, хороня живого человека и даже не пытаясь понять, почему ваши правки отменяют — это нормально? [11] [12] --Лушников Владимир Александрович (talk) 05:06, 11 June 2019 (UTC)

@Лушников Владимир Александрович: Судя по Вашей правке в укр-вики, в том как работает мой скрипт Вы уже разобрались. Как и написано на User:Ghuron, если мою правку не отменяют, а просто удаляют добавленное мной утверждение - я об этом не узнаю. Идея о проверке наличия даты смерти перед внесением места мне кажется неудачной потому что AFAIK существует обратная проверка - свежие даты смерти проверяются в частности и по наличию места смерти. Однако идея периодически посматривать в список вроде [13] мне кажется удачной, спасибо --Ghuron (talk) 08:04, 11 June 2019 (UTC)

Special:Diff/959126472

Hi! I suppose your refer to Property talk:P825#Religious buildings. This discussion doesn't seem to suggest that dedicated to (P825) is used for only poems and alike. Instead, in this discussion two users assert that named after (P138) isn't "quite fitting" or "quite right" for religious buildings. To me P138 seems rather misleading especially in cases where name of the church building usually doesn't include the dedicatee name. Though, P825 isn't quite sufficient either as dedication of a poem and dedication to a saint may be considered distinct concepts indeed and different words may used for these (as is the case in Estonian). So ideally there should probably be a separate property about dedicating a building or alike to a saint. But without such property P825 still seems better fitting than P138 based on their English labels. 2001:7D0:81F7:B580:FD0E:9CFF:554D:D0E2 15:48, 11 June 2019 (UTC)

Well, I don't know situation for in Estonia, but for many different European countries (e.g. Russia, Spain, Greece) name of the church does include name of the saint/event it was dedicated to. May be it is the case for catholic/orthodox tradition (do not know many lutheran churches), but it would be definitely beneficial to have it expressed uniformly across all religions. I do not have strong opinion whenever it should be named after (P138), dedicated to (P825) or something else, but it looks like currently P138 is used more for this purpose (see [14]). If P138 is not correct choice - let me know and I'll correct all statements together. --Ghuron (talk) 09:55, 13 June 2019 (UTC)
Naming conventions vary depending on location and probably also on denomination and language. In Estonia and in Estonian language for instance parish churches are named after settlement. Dedicatee name, while it can be added, usually isn't added to these names. At least in cases like these I would avoid P138 as its misleading and inaccurate. Your query shows that P825 is also quite widely used. Possibly different properties are fitting for different kinds of chruches. 2001:7D0:81F7:B580:7043:3A8:7596:931A 09:47, 15 June 2019 (UTC)
Having different properties for "dedication" for different churches is the worst possible decision. If you believe P138 is wrong - ask for opinions, and if consensus agrees with you, I'll convert them to P825 or whatever new property you will create --Ghuron (talk) 11:54, 15 June 2019 (UTC)

P4224

Hi Ghuron,

Maybe this works for your tool? I added a few statements for hospitals such as https://query.wikidata.org/#SELECT%20%2a%20%7B%20%3Fitem%20wdt%3AP4224%20wd%3AQ16917%20%7D

I was hoping this might lead to more statements on such items. An overview is at Wikidata:WikiProject_Medicine/Hospitals_by_country. --- Jura 16:34, 11 June 2019 (UTC)

I'm having problems running tool due to changes in configuration. Once I resolve them, I'll let you know whenever it works :) --Ghuron (talk) 15:22, 12 June 2019 (UTC)
  • Looks like it worked, at least for P17. Thanks! If no P131 is present on these items, can it add that too? --- Jura 17:24, 12 June 2019 (UTC)
  • Sure, go ahead and add them. I am not processing P131 now, but planning to do that once I return from vacation --Ghuron (talk) 17:31, 12 June 2019 (UTC)
    • There are already there .. Enjoy your vacation! --- Jura 17:32, 12 June 2019 (UTC)

Philipp Müller (Q64576850)

We know the exact dates: (* 13. September 1869 in Dalsheim; † 13. Januar 1918 in Eberstadt)

Why did you just wrote the year? --Bahnmoeller (talk) 10:35, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

@Bahnmoeller: My script cannot comprehend articles written in 300+ languages, but it can extract some meaningful information based on article categories. Unfortunately this approach in de-wiki gives only year of birth, not day. I can see that you already refined corresponding statement for Philipp Müller (Q64576850), thank you very much --Ghuron (talk) 12:06, 13 June 2019 (UTC)

Bill Mantlo (Q2323986)

I revert what you wrote on Bil Mantlo. Pt:WP made a mistake, Bill Mantlo had an accident but he didn't die. He's still alive and many newspapers interviewed him after the Guardian of the Galaxy (he created one of the hero). En:WP and FR:WP explain this correctly. --Olivier Tanguy (talk) 19:52, 16 June 2019 (UTC)

P131 on people?

I think you've got an import glitch here :-) Andrew Gray (talk) 20:02, 24 June 2019 (UTC)

Indigeniste

Hello, sorry, you put the occupation "indigéniste" to a Algerian nationalist, because of the category (indigenous activist) he had on one of the wikis. Indigéniste is related to South-America, thus it is not appropriate here. All the best, --Cgolds (talk) 17:31, 29 June 2019 (UTC)

@Cgolds: en:Indigenism is not related to South-America, its about various native rights, land, etc. But I agree that Mohamed Mechkarini (Q47520352) is better described as occupation (P106) fighter (Q1125062) --Ghuron (talk) 13:02, 30 June 2019 (UTC)
If you read the entire text en:Indigenism, not only the introductory summary, you will see that the term is not usually used (never used ?) for North-African movements. The French fr:Indigénisme is even stricter. Of course, this is a variant of nationalist and autochtonous/native rights movements, including those in North Africa. Nationalist is too ambiguous too and I did not find a kabyle or algerian nationalism. "Rebelle" is fine with me ! Just a thing: is it ok to call this an "occupation" (I am often lost about the range of properties in WD, thus I trust you completely on this one). Thank you very much ! --Cgolds (talk) 13:50, 30 June 2019 (UTC)

Akiva ben Joseph seven (Q310821)

Hello Ghuron,

It is well known in he.wiki that the place of birth of Akiva ben Joseph seven (Q310821). is unknown. You were reverted meny times about it. There are enough sources for that. Please correct it. Geagea (talk) 14:23, 24 July 2019 (UTC)

@Geagea: if place of birth in unknown, one might want to specify that explicitly --Ghuron (talk) 17:34, 24 July 2019 (UTC)
Yes, that's exactly what I meant. Thanks. Geagea (talk) 18:36, 24 July 2019 (UTC)

Lenin's date of birth

Why both dates of birth are now not preffered? --Matlin (talk) 07:53, 26 July 2019 (UTC)

@Matlin: good catch, thanks. Obviously for Lenin April 22 is most widely cited. Will review my edits --Ghuron (talk) 07:56, 26 July 2019 (UTC)

Fix

I changed this, but it looks like many items were filled based on this or similar. --- Jura 13:20, 26 July 2019 (UTC)

@Jura1: thanks, reverted affected items --Ghuron (talk) 13:31, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
Thanks. I think this finds the other category. One or the other might be correct. --- Jura 13:37, 26 July 2019 (UTC)
Yep, cleared them as well --Ghuron (talk) 15:18, 26 July 2019 (UTC)

Chris Klein (soccer)

Hello. Why do you want Chris Klein (Q2292719) to be dead? You added a place of death twice (in May and a few days ago). There is no source that mention it. Klein has been president of LA Galaxy for several years, which is confirmed by this press article of this month. He should be removed from the Category:Deaths in St. Louis (Q9219774) (his name ru:Клейн,_Крис_(футболист) appears in the russian wiki: ru:Категория:Умершие_в_Сент-Луисе). I could not find out how to proceed. Could you do it? Thanks, Regards. --Ideawipik (talk) 12:26, 31 July 2019 (UTC)

@Ideawipik: fixed category, should be ok now, but just in case added to my watchlist --Ghuron (talk) 12:37, 31 July 2019 (UTC)

Christian Scientists

Hi Ghuron. the spanish category https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Categor%C3%ADa:Cient%C3%ADficos_cristianos does not correspond to the english one Category:Christian Scientists. There were incorrectly linked to the same WD item. Thank you. --Gerwoman (talk) 15:09, 31 July 2019 (UTC)

Given the fact that the translation is ambiguous should we put the incorrect meanings for each as deprecated? This would alert people from linking to the wrong one. ElanHR (talk) 09:12, 10 August 2019 (UTC)

Claim that Henry VIII died of scurvy is controversial

I dispute your claim that Henry VIII died of scurvy. Do not add this claim again unless you can provide a reliable source. No Wikipedia in any language is a reliable source. Inclusion in a category on any Wikipedia or other Wikimedia project does not constitute a reliable source. The basis of my dispute is the several sources in the English Wikipedia which put forward conflicting claims about Henry's death. Jc3s5h (talk) 20:01, 31 July 2019 (UTC)

@Jc3s5h: I can see that claim was already added back with the source from en:Henry VIII and I've created a separate item for Henry VIII - A Malnourished King? (Q66048976). Feel free to add conflicting claims there as well and/or set deprecated rank on cause of death (P509) scurvy (Q163865) if you believe Kybett's views are no longer reflecing consensus among historians --Ghuron (talk) 04:15, 1 August 2019 (UTC)

User:Wikipagefor

Hi, your thanks brought something to my attention: when I did this revision the statement was about Military History Research (which I mentioned in the summary). Now it looks like I reverted a true statement, because Q111408 is the director of the museum. Then I realized, that the reason for this were the changes of Q22132694 made by User:Wikipagefor ([15]). The edits by this user seem not to be constructive, shouldn't this account been blocked? Best, --ThT (talk) 08:45, 8 August 2019 (UTC)

@ThT: I don't think her edits can be considered as vandalism, she probably did not understand how ukwiki-wikidata infobox integration works and was trying to fix some "mistake". Anyway I'm not a sysop here --Ghuron (talk) 09:08, 8 August 2019 (UTC)
Thanks, that helped me to understand these edits. Best, --ThT (talk) 12:24, 8 August 2019 (UTC)

Anna Livia

Hi Anna never worked at what you have just added to the item as far as I know, I fail to understand why you added that? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Livia_(author) and https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q4767237 ?? cheers. JarrahTree (talk) 00:42, 10 August 2019 (UTC) Ahh I see the problem - the spanish info box is fundamenally incorrect.. and should not be assumed to have any veracity - she died at the time when she was employed by the San Francisco university - the guardian obituary identifies san francisco as her employer at the time of her death. JarrahTree (talk) 00:57, 10 August 2019 (UTC)

@JarrahTree: I can see She taught at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign from 1995 to 1998 statement in en:Anna Livia (author) with reference to [16] --Ghuron (talk) 04:41, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
OK - I realise I had lost contact with her in that very specific time - my apology - well equally she taught in San Francisco - JarrahTree (talk) 05:05, 10 August 2019 (UTC)

mouth of the watercourse (P403)

Hello. You have recently created a huge number of erroneous statements by importing data from categories such as Category:Tributaries of the Mississippi River (Q6179557), where tributaries of tributaries are usually also included. This, for example, is not correct as Chisholm Creek (Q19460974) is the correct value. drainage basin (P4614) is the property that may have been used with your method. You might have added values such as Mississippi River System (Q2887546) to the items you modified. But even this would not have been perfect as in our example, for West Fork Chisholm Creek (Q34869704), Arkansas River basin (Q44758029) is the most specific expected value. Do you think you can simply cancel your imports? Again, many statements are simply not correct. Thierry Caro (talk) 03:09, 10 August 2019 (UTC)

Also, you probably do not want to import much data from Cebuano Wikipedia (Q837615), given how it has been edited. Thierry Caro (talk) 03:11, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
@Thierry Caro: do you want me to stop automated import of mouth of the watercourse (P403) and revert edits that was made based on ceb-wiki? --Ghuron (talk) 04:48, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
Well. There's a lot to be done on items of rivers so it was nice to try. But this is too wrong to be left as such. Yes, I suggest you bodly cancel anything you've done recently so that we can start afresh. Thierry Caro (talk) 04:50, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
@Thierry Caro: No more imports of P403 will be done in the future, but I have a problem with "recently" definition? Is it 1 week? 1 month? Specific to ceb-wiki? Specific to Category:Tributaries of the Mississippi River (Q6179557)? Please help me to narrow this down. --Ghuron (talk) 05:09, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
I think one month could be fine. I think what you did was mostly in late June. Thierry Caro (talk) 05:17, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
Actually, I would cancel everything from ceb-wiki too. Honestly, we are going to struggle with that later if we do not cancel it right away. Thierry Caro (talk) 05:18, 10 August 2019 (UTC)
Do you see any systematic problems with mouth of the watercourse (P403) now? --Ghuron (talk) 18:53, 12 August 2019 (UTC)
I'm not going to check extremely thoroughly for the moment. But if you could cancel the said additions, you probably removed quite a lot of incorrect statements and I'm very happy with that. Thank you. Thierry Caro (talk) 19:53, 12 August 2019 (UTC)

New items without labels

You have created a large number of items without any labels. Thus it is difficult to find these items. You should add at least one English label to these item you created. You are also encouraged to add alternative names (like SAO ######, HIP ######) as aliases. (This also applies for existing items with only labels in non-English languages.)--GZWDer (talk) 19:23, 23 August 2019 (UTC)

  • thanks, that make sense. Will fix them Ghuron (talk) 19:39, 23 August 2019 (UTC)

Stars

Hello,

I'm adding data on some stars of the constellation of Ursa Minor and I've encountedred several duplicated items that you have created, for example Q66534131 (= Q59470174) or Q66610196 ( = Q62921818). Could you please check, before creating them, if there isn't an existing item on Wikidata for the star? Thanks and sorry for the inconvenience :) Romuald 2 (talk) 00:23, 24 August 2019 (UTC)

  • No inconvenience here :) Before importing data I did check for simbad-id duplicates and I've make sure that SIMBAD ID (P3083) exists for almost all items with P31/P279* astronomical object (Q6999). The problem is that both Q59470174 and Q62921818 had no statements until you added them. See User talk:Deryni#SIMBAD-Id - author will do that going forward, and I'll make sure that no "orphaned" items from sv-wiki is left. Ghuron (talk) 05:18, 24 August 2019 (UTC)

About Haroun Tazieff and Islam

Hello Ghuron (talkcontribslogs), i have removed the info about Islam in the Haroun Tazieff infobox, because despite all my search, there is absolutly no information or evidence that he was a muslim. His father was, but as long as he never metioned this belief, and no one can confirm this we cant be sure he was, and so i think it is more right not to mention this. Moreover Haroun Tazieff is not on the page you metion here : https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catégorie:Personnalité_de_la_religion_musulmane_en_France If, however, you have a reference/source/info he was muslim, that would be nice of your to share, then i would be please to ad it as text in his biography. Untill then, please, would you be kind not to revert my modification ? Thank you for your understanding --RawWriter (talk) 12:05, 27 August 2019 (UTC)

  • I explicitly specify "unknown" for religion (P140) here Ghuron (talk) 13:42, 27 August 2019 (UTC)
    • When a field is not known in an infobox, there is no interest to specify "not known", you simply dont use this field. You can check any infobox, you will never see "unknown" as a field spec. Or let's fill all infobox with all the details and specify "unknown" for each which are indeed unknow. You only use a field when there is an info for it. --RawWriter (talk) 14:44, 27 August 2019 (UTC)
      • Let me clarify how my script gets information about religion (P140) Islam (Q432) As you can see from [17], I've found that article tr:Haroun Tazieff was included in tr:Kategori:Fransız Müslümanlar Since there is no sources in tr-wiki article that confirms that fact, I've removed corresponding category, but there is no guarantee that someone will not revert my edit. So my question is: if you spent some time researching the topic, and you are pretty sure that "he never mentioned this belief" - why don't we capture this fact in the wikidata? It is true that Wikidata is used by wikipedias to build infoboxes, but wikidata is not limited to it. You cannot judge usefulness of information based on it usefulness in fr-wiki infobox --Ghuron (talk) 15:20, 27 August 2019 (UTC)
        • As long as there is no source and reference about religion of someone, what is the fact here, you cant justify and write it, nor in the wiki page neither in the wiki datas. One more time, H.Tazieff as never been known as Muslim. Please, as ask before, if you have a source or a reference I'd be interested in this, but as long as this is not clearly established please dont mention this in the datas. --RawWriter (talk) 10:02, 11 September 2019 (UTC)
          • @RawWriter: You've correctly pointed out that Haroun Tazieff (Q363379) religion (P140) Islam (Q432) is unsourced. I agreed with you immediately, remove corresponding category in tr-wiki and specified unknown value for P140. You've said that last action is useless. I've explain why it is usefull, but you, nevertheless reverted my edit. Now my script imported wrong P140 from basque wikipedia. Well, I've changed basque article and going to restore "unknown" value for religion of Haroun Tazieff (Q363379). Please do not revert it until we've reach consensus here --Ghuron (talk) 11:06, 11 September 2019 (UTC)

Lorena Herrera

Hello, you are incorrect, we do not have any reference of a reliable source, IMDb in not, because anyone can edit an put any information, wrong or not; please think about it an do not affect the people and other Wikipedias with your editions. Best Regards. --Eduardosalg (talk) 15:21, 9 September 2019 (UTC)

@Eduardosalg: "reliability" is not binary, there are no such thing as totally reliable or completely unreliable source. It is true that most portions of imdb is user generated content, but (unlike) wikipedia they have moderation system. I did encounter a few problems with birth dates in imdb, but it was mostly julian/gregorian calendar issue for Russian actors/actress. To summarize I'd say imdb is certainly not the best source for birthdate, but in order to dispute it you should have some counter-arguments rather than "anyone can edit". After a quick search, I can see a few more links that contains the same information: [18], [19], [20]. And I have no idea how adding publicly available information can affect "the people and other wikipedias" --Ghuron (talk) 08:11, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

Community Insights Survey

RMaung (WMF) 17:38, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

Vincent Bardet

Bonjour Ghuron

Merci de ne pas recréer la mention "religion = bouddhisme" concernant Vincent Bardet. Si en effet il est très fier d'être moine zen, il ne se considère en revanche pas comme un converti au bouddhisme. Il a cheminé dans le zen avec maître Deshimaru qui considérait que cette pratique était au-delà des religions. Merci de bien vouloir en tenir compte.~~Daladriel~~

@Daladriel: sorry to respond you in English, my French is virtually non-existent. My script is working based on categories and I can see that fr:Vincent Bardet is included in fr:Catégorie:Moine bouddhiste zen. I guess if you believe there are not enough reliable sources to make judgement regarding Vincent Bardet (Q24690456) religion (P140) Buddhism (Q748) we should remove this category. Its difficult to be zen buddhist monk and do not belong to buddhism --Ghuron (talk) 02:59, 13 September 2019 (UTC)

CGCG 462-009 (Q60223358)

You incorrectly described this as a star.--GZWDer (talk) 08:13, 13 September 2019 (UTC)

@GZWDer: well, Gaia thinks it is star, see * (Gaia) That's very unlikely, but reliable source said so, so I've put deprecated rank there Ghuron (talk) 08:19, 13 September 2019 (UTC)

Reminder: Community Insights Survey

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Buildings and structures in a certain city

Hello! I noticed that many WD items for categories like Q6312754 ("Buildings and structures in a certain city") have warnings telling that the statement "category combines topics" is incomplete (i.e., the second reference should be added). Moreover, it looks like these incomplete statements were added by a bot, like here. The question: what should be added as the second reference, just the name of the city (Q64)? Would it be possible to complete these "category combines topics" statements by a bot, or it should be done manually? Thanks, — Adavyd (talk) 21:22, 22 September 2019 (UTC)

  • @Adavyd: насколько я понимаю задумку, если у категории строго одна тема, то для её указания используется category's main topic (P301). Если же тема категории выражается кобинацией двух или более элементов, то следует использовать category combines topics (P971). Соответственно warning показывается в случае, когда в P971 указан только один элемент. Вы правы, следует добавить Category:Buildings and structures in Berlin (Q6312754) category combines topics (P971) Berlin (Q64). Если Вы сможете составить в экселе таблицу соответствия элементов категорий и городов - её можно будет скопипастить в quickstatement, чтобы не делать все врукопашную Ghuron (talk) 03:33, 23 September 2019 (UTC)
    • @Ghuron: спасибо за ответ. (Прошу прощения, я смешал Нью-Йорк с Берлином, переделал всё на Берлин, в том числе в вашем ответе.) У меня такое впечатление, что эта ситуация присутствует в подавляющем большинстве категорий "Buildings and structures <the name of the city>" ("Здания и сооружения <название города>") — по-видимому, когда-то эти одиночные свойства были проставлены повсюду ботом QuickStatementsBot. Вручную это проделать тяжело, это тысячи случаев. Одна надежда, что это можно как-то автоматизировать (через поиск надкатегории или как-то ещё). Я занимался категориями в ру-Вики — в основном, по США, Канаде и Германии (см., например, здесь), могу по ним пройтись вручную (или сделать таблицу), но в полном масштабе это проблему не решит… — Adavyd (talk) 03:51, 23 September 2019 (UTC)
      • @Adavyd: Подобный warning - это аналог stub, то есть знак того, что информация в данной записи скорее всего неполна. Давайте сделаем так - у меня сейчас льются астро-статьи (их лучше не прерывать), там осталось ~250К, c текущей скоростью это 7-10 дней. Как дольётся, я попытаюсь более-менее комплексно позаливать category combines topics (P971) в такие категории, а потом пришлю Вам список того, что останется. Если будет настроение - добьёте ручками, ок? --Ghuron (talk) 06:36, 23 September 2019 (UTC)
        • Да, конечно, никакой спешки нет, у меня самого в ближайшие месяцы со свободным временем туго. Сам-то я ВД в основном для привязки статей и категорий к интервики использую, но время от времени приходится новые элементы создавать (если в других языках нет). Хотел создать для этой категории (так получилось, что даже у немцев нет), и вижу, что непорядок… А так, в принципе, можно было бы и про обратную связь подумать: добавить к элементам городов новое свойство "category of buildings and structures". PS: Кстати, по поводу количества: у самих немцев только по Германии 2257 категорий такого типа. А ещё же есть не только по населённым пунктам, но и по АЕ… Так что здесь, действительно, лучше как-то автоматизировать. — Adavyd (talk) 11:25, 23 September 2019 (UTC)
          • @Adavyd: Есть универсальное обратное свойство: related category (P7084) Я его заполнил пока только для кинорежиссеров (см. например Minoru Kawasaki (Q458192)), как астрономия надоест - займусь им :) --Ghuron (talk) 11:32, 23 September 2019 (UTC)

ALL CAPS

Is there any way you can stop creating descriptions that are in ALL CAPS? Abductive (talk) 19:58, 24 September 2019 (UTC)

  • @Abductive: can you possibly give me an example of items with "descriptions that are in ALL CAPS?" Ghuron (talk) 03:40, 25 September 2019 (UTC)
  1. Lithium-Beryllium-Boron isotopic compositions in meteoritic hibonite: implications for origin of ^10^Be and early solar system irradiation (Q67524611)
  2. A spectroscopic confirmation of the Bootes II dwarf spheroidal (Q67223756)
  3. A leptonic-hadronic model for the afterglow of gamma-ray burst 090510 (Q67167420)
  4. On the likelihood of plate tectonics on super-earths: does size matter? (Q64385618)
  5. Detecting planetary geochemical cycles on exoplanets: atmospheric signatures and the case of SO_2_ (Q64385616)
  6. Density studies of MHD interstellar turbulence: statistical moments, correlations and bispectrum (Q64216201)
  7. Self-consistent models of the AGN and black hole populations: duty cycles, accretion rates, and the mean radiative efficiency (Q64166915)
  8. Protostellar cloud fragmentation and inward migration by disk capture as the origin of massive exoplanets (Q64166913)
  9. On the radiative efficiencies, Eddington ratios, and duty cycles of luminous high-redshift quasars (Q64166910)
  10. Five-year Wilkinson microwave anisotropy probe (WMAP) observations: bayesian estimation of cosmic microwave background polarization maps (Q64166705)
  11. ARCADE 2 measurement of the absolute sky brightness at 3-90 GHz (Q64166690)
  12. Improving photometric redshifts using galaxy evolution explorer observations for the Sloan Digital Sky Survey stripe 82 and the next generation of optical and Sunyaev-Zeldovich cluster surveys (Q64166476)
  13. A fast chi-squared technique for period search of irregularly sampled data (Q64114273)
  14. The orbit of the Orphan stream (Q64013161)
  15. Discovery of a new, polar-orbiting debris stream in the Milky Way stellar halo (Q64013160)
  16. Inversion of full acoustic wavefield in local helioseismology: a study with synthetic data (Q63946864)
  17. High-temperature photochemistry in the atmosphere of HD 189733b (Q63861318)
  18. Ionization of extrasolar giant planet atmospheres (Q63759269)
  19. Evolution of ohmically heated hot jupiters (Q63664787)
  20. Jet breaks and energetics of Swift gamma-ray burst X-ray afterglows (Q63644301)
  21. On the electron energy distribution index of Swift gamma-ray burst afterglows (Q63644298)
  22. The 70 month Swift-BAT all-sky hard X-ray survey (Q63644290)
  23. An analysis of Chandra deep follow-up gamma-ray bursts: implications for off-axis jets (Q63644286)
  24. X-ray absorption by WHIM in the Sculptor wall (Q63644181)
  25. Detection of the second eclipsing high-mass X-ray binary in M 33 (Q63643866)
  26. Chandra ACIS survey of M33 (ChASeM33): the enigmatic X-ray emission from IC131 (Q63643853)
  27. New limits on radio emission from X-ray dim isolated neutron stars (Q63640260)
  28. Accurate laboratory wavelengths of the e ^3^ {Sigma}^-^({nu}' = 5) - X ^1^ {Sigma}^+^({nu} = 0) band of ^12^C^16^O (Q63496415)
  29. A search for iron emission lines in the Chandra X-ray spectra of neutron star low-mass X-ray binaries (Q63412567)
  30. An alternative interpretation of the timing noise in accreting millisecond pulsars (Q63412222)
  31. 1 Hz FLARING IN SAX J1808.4–3658: FLOW INSTABILITIES NEAR THE PROPELLER STAGE (Q63412220)
  32. The orbital period of Swift J1626.6-5156 (Q63412024)
  33. Evaluating systematic dependencies of type Ia supernovae: the influence of progenitor ^22^Ne content on dynamics (Q63411433)
  34. Evaluating systematic dependencies of type Ia supernovae: the influence of deflagration to detonation density (Q63411429)
  35. The equation of state from observed masses and radii of neutron stars (Q63411428)
  36. Quasi-periodic oscillation frequency-color radius connection in GRS 1915+105: a possible turnover supporting accretion-ejection instability predictions (Q63411381)
  37. Stellar-mass black hole spin constraints from disk reflection and continuum modeling (Q63411326)
  38. Broad relativistic iron emission line observed in SAX J1808.4-3658 (Q63410979)
  39. Soft X-ray irradiation of methanol ice: implication for H_2_ CO formation in interstellar regions (Q63410887)
  40. Investigations of the magnetospheric plasma distribution in the vicinity of a pulsar. I. Basic formulation (Q63410798)
  41. A quantitative explanation of the observed population of Milky Way satellite galaxies (Q63391017)
  42. Extending recovery of the primordial matter power spectrum (Q63391015)
  43. Weibel instability and associated strong fields in a fully three-dimensional simulation of a relativistic shock (Q63380565)
  44. Three-dimensional relativistic magnetohydrodynamic simulations of current-driven instability. I. Instability of a static column (Q63380564)
  45. Time evolution of the three-dimensional accretion flows: effects of the adiabatic index and outer boundary condition (Q63380240)
  46. H I kinematics and dynamics of Messier 31 (Q63370674)
  47. XMM-Newton X-ray observation of the high-magnetic-field radio pulsar PSR J1734-3333 (Q62778916)
  48. The fractal density structure in supersonic isothermal turbulence: solenoidal versus compressive energy injection (Q62623703)
  49. Near-infrared counterparts of Chandra X-ray sources toward the Galactic Center (Q62623276)
  50. A multiwavelength view of star formation in interacting galaxies in the Pavo group (Q62623235)
  51. On the observed distributions of black hole masses and Eddington ratios from radiation pressure corrected virial indicators (Q62622426)
  52. Spitzer infrared low-resolution spectroscopic study of buried active galactic nuclei in a complete sample of nearby ultraluminous infrared galaxies (Q62622410)
  53. Starburst-driven galactic winds: filament formation and emission processes (Q62622124)
  54. Three-dimensional integral field observations of 10 galactic winds. I. Extended phase ({gsim}10 myr) of Mass/Energy injection before the wind blows (Q62622109)
  55. The structure and metallicity gradient in the extreme outer disk of NGC 7793 (Q62622074)
  56. Evidence for intermediate-age stellar populations in early-type galaxies from k-band spectroscopy (Q62621047)
  57. Kinematic analysis of nuclear spirals: feeding the black hole in NGC 1097 (Q62620529)
  58. The problem of superluminal diffusion of relativistic particles and its phenomenological solution (Q62603488)
  59. Chandra high-energy transmission grating spectrum of AE Aquarii (Q62580411)
  60. Non-threshold, threshold, and nonadiabatic behavior of the key interstellar C + C_2_H_2_Reaction (Q62575624)
  61. Stardust from asymptotic giant branch stars (Q62569261)
  62. Ne ISOTOPES IN INDIVIDUAL PRESOLAR GRAPHITE GRAINS FROM THE MURCHISON METEORITE TOGETHER WITH He, C, O, Mg-Al ISOTOPIC ANALYSES AS TRACERS OF THEIR ORIGINS (Q62569259)
  63. An unusual presolar silicon carbide grain from a supernova: implications for the production of Silicon-29 in type II supernovae (Q62569253)
  64. NanoSIMS STUDIES OF SMALL PRESOLAR SiC GRAINS: NEW INSIGHTS INTO SUPERNOVA NUCLEOSYNTHESIS, CHEMISTRY, AND DUST FORMATION (Q62569249)
  65. Wavelength calibration of the VLT-UVES spectrograph (Q62519773)
  66. Searching for dark matter in Messier 33 (Q62512940)
  67. Radio detection of LAT PSRs J1741-2054 and J2032+4127: no longer just gamma-ray pulsars (Q62415223)
  68. Q2122-444: a naked active galactic nucleus fully dressed (Q62415028)
  69. Gamma-ray flares from red Giant/Jet interactions in active galactic nuclei (Q62399415)
  70. VERITAS upper limit on the very high energy emission from the radio galaxy NGC 1275 (Q62399285)
  71. Multiwavelength observations of LS I +61{deg} 303 with veritas, Swift, and RXTE (Q62399284)
  72. Veritas observations of a very high energy {gamma}-ray flare from the blazar 3C 66A (Q62399278)
  73. Discovery of very high energy {gamma}-ray emission from the SNR G54.1+0.3 (Q62399272)
  74. Six high-precision transits of OGLE-TR-113b (Q62398822)
  75. Transit timing variation analysis of OGLE-TR-132b with seven new transits (Q62398821)
  76. The influence of the mass ratio on the acceleration of particles by filamentation instabilities (Q62398358)
  77. Simplified models for photohadronic interactions in cosmic accelerators (Q62398355)
  78. Suzaku observations of the extreme MeV blazar Swift J0746.3+2548 (Q62397906)
  79. High-frequency-peaked BL Lacertae objects as spectral candles to measure the extragalactic background light in the Fermi and air cherenkov telescopes era (Q62397900)
  80. Detecting relativistic X-ray jets in high-redshift quasars (Q62397854)
  81. Primordial black holes as dark matter: almost all or almost nothing (Q62016798)
  82. Optical constants of silicon carbide for astrophysical applications. II. Extending optical functions from infrared to ultraviolet using single-crystal absorption spectra (Q61963409)
  83. On the relation of standard and helical magnetorotational instability (Q61954220)
  84. Clathration of volatiles in the solar nebula and implications for the origin of Titan's atmosphere (Q61876345)
  85. Accretion disks around massive stars: hydrodynamic structure, stability, and dust sublimation (Q61834668)
  86. Optical classification of gamma-ray bursts in the Swift era (Q61677244)
  87. The great oxidation of Earth's atmosphere: contesting the yoyo model via transition stability analysis (Q61606575)
  88. Direct radio probing and interpretation of the sun's plasma density profile (Q61440092)
  89. SDSS J102347.6+003841: a millisecond radio pulsar binary that had a hot disk during 2000-2001 (Q61313157)
  90. X-ray variability and evidence for pulsations from the unique radio Pulsar/X-ray binary transition object FIRST J102347.6+003841 (Q61313146)
  91. Solving the large discrepancy between inclusive and exclusive measurements of the ^8^Li + ^4^He -> ^11^B + N reaction cross section at astrophysical energies (Q61066303)
  92. Forming planetesimals by gravitational instability. I. The role of the richardson number in triggering the Kelvin-Helmholtz instability (Q61049620)
  93. The mid-infrared continua of Seyfert galaxies (Q60961944)
  94. The nuclear outflows and feedback in the Seyfert 2 galaxy Markarian 573 (Q60910052)
  95. Active galactic nuclei in groups and clusters of galaxies: detection and host morphology (Q60910047)
  96. Bias-free shear estimation using artificial neural networks (Q60909568)
  97. Trends in molecular emission from different extragalactic stellar initial mass functions (Q60909423)
  98. Timescales for low-mass star formation in extragalactic environments: implications for the stellar initial mass function (Q60909420)
  99. Lensing bias in cosmic shear (Q60908521)
  100. Impact of the 1/f noise and the asymmetric beam on non-gaussianity searches with planck (Q60906859)
  101. An estimate of the primordial non-Gaussianity parameter f_NL_ using the needlet bispectrum from WMAP (Q60872066)
  102. Detectability of the effect of inflationary non-Gaussianity on halo bias (Q60872043)
  103. Polarization of the WMAP point sources (Q60868147)
  104. Detection of multiple bipolar flows in NGC 7027 with submillimeter array (Q60739652)
  105. Modeling the retention probability of black holes in globular clusters: kicks and rates (Q60739558)
  106. Gravitational wave signal from assembling the lightest supermassive black holes (Q60739553)
  107. The first positive detection of molecular gas in a GRB host galaxy (Q60739332)
  108. The galactic environment of the Ne VIII absorber toward HE0226-4110 (Q60739329)
  109. An imaging and spectroscopic study of four strong mg II absorbers revealed by GRB 060418 (Q60739326)
  110. The clustering of mg II absorption systems at z ~ 0.5 and detection of cold gas in massive halos (Q60739325)
  111. Casting light on the "Anomalous" statistics of mg II absorbers toward gamma-ray burst afterglows: the incidence of weak systems (Q60739322)
  112. The last eight-billion years of intergalactic C IV evolution (Q60739321)
  113. An empirical characterization of extended cool gas around galaxies using Mg II absorption features (Q60739319)
  114. The incidence of cool gas in ~10^13^ M_{sun}_Halos (Q60739318)
  115. What determines the incidence and extent of mg II absorbing gas around galaxies? (Q60739317)
  116. Magnetic nested-wind scenarios for bipolar outflows: preplanetary and YSO nebular shaping (Q60739208)
  117. New tests for disruption mechanisms of star clusters: methods and application to the Antennae galaxies (Q60738973)
  118. Large area survey for z = 7 galaxies in SDF and GOODS-N: implications for galaxy formation and cosmic reionization (Q60738972)
  119. Stellar feedback in molecular clouds and its influence on the mass function of young star clusters (Q60738970)
  120. Self-similar evolution of cosmic-ray modified shocks: the cosmic-ray spectrum (Q60738434)
  121. Effects of fluid composition on spherical flows around black holes (Q60738433)
  122. Intergalactic magnetic field and arrival direction of Ultra-High-Energy protons (Q60738430)
  123. A high yield of new sightlines for the study of intergalactic helium: Far-UV-Bright quasars from the SDSS, GALEX, and HST (Q60738063)
  124. Finding high-redshift dark stars with the James Webb Space Telescope (Q60737935)
  125. The evolution of spiral, S0, and elliptical galaxies in clusters (Q60737282)
  126. Superdense massive galaxies in WINGS local clusters (Q60737278)
  127. Globular cluster formation within a cosmological context (Q60735254)
  128. Morphological quenching of star formation: making early-type galaxies red (Q60735251)
  129. The driving mechanism of starbursts in galaxy mergers (Q60735217)
  130. Galaxy size problem at z = 3: simulated galaxies are too small (Q60734828)
  131. Dependence of interstellar turbulent pressure on supernova rate (Q60734826)
  132. Lagrangian statistics of dark halos in a {Lambda}CDM cosmology (Q60734721)
  133. Star formation in disk galaxies. I. Formation and evolution of giant molecular clouds via gravitational instability and cloud collisions (Q60733170)
  134. Isotopic titanium abundances in local M dwarfs (Q60729157)
  135. The end of the white dwarf cooling sequence in M4: an efficient approach (Q60723499)
  136. The bottom of the white dwarf cooling sequence in the old open cluster NGC 2158 (Q60723487)
  137. The ACS LCID project. II. Faint variable stars in the isolated dwarf irregular galaxy IC 1613 (Q60723485)
  138. A large stellar evolution database for population synthesis studies. VI. White dwarf cooling sequences (Q60723478)
  139. X-shooter observations of main-sequence stars in the globular cluster NGC 2808: first chemical tagging of a he-normal and a he-rich dwarf (Q60723475)
  140. Abundances for a large sample of red giants in NGC 1851: hints for a merger of two clusters? (Q60723473)
  141. A classical cepheid in a Large Magellanic Cloud eclipsing binary: evidence of shortcomings in current stellar evolutionary models? (Q60723467)
  142. The internal structure of coronal mass ejections: are all regular magnetic clouds flux ropes? (Q60722978)
  143. Cosmological effects of Weibel-type instabilities (Q60722960)
  144. Kinetic instability of Drift-Alfven waves in solar Corona and stochastic heating (Q60722904)
  145. On the stellar content of the starburst galaxy IC10 (Q60721985)
  146. On a new near-infrared method to estimate the absolute ages of star clusters: NGC 3201 as a first test case (Q60721972)
  147. Long-period variability in o Ceti (Q60719893)
  148. Decelerating relativistic two-component jets (Q60718201)
  149. Active region loops: Hinode/Extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer observations (Q60717298)
  150. Temperature tomography of a coronal sigmoid supporting the gradual formation of a flux rope (Q60717297)
  151. Large-scale flows in prominence cavities (Q60717296)
  152. Rotation of white-light coronal mass ejection structures as inferred from LASCO coronagraph (Q60717295)
  153. Three-dimensional morphology of a coronal prominence cavity (Q60717289)
  154. What magnetar seismology can teach us about magnetic fields (Q60716761)
  155. Constraints on nonluminous matter from higher order pulsar period derivatives (Q60716758)
  156. A universal central engine hypothesis for short and long gamma-ray bursts (Q60716757)
  157. Wide angle X-ray sky monitoring for corroborating non-electromagnetic cosmic transients (Q60716756)
  158. Dynamical oscillations and glitches in anomalous X-ray pulsars (Q60716752)
  159. Standard gamma-ray bursts, dirty fireballs, and the excluded middle (Q60716751)
  160. Measurement of low Signal-To-Noise ratio solar p-modes in spatially resolved helioseismic data (Q60716279)
  161. Hipparcos calibration of the tip of the red giant branch (Q60715746)
  162. Has a star enough energy to excite the thousand of modes observed with CoRoT? (Q60711812)
  163. The physics of crystallization from globular cluster white dwarf stars in NGC 6397 (Q60711647)
  164. A gravitational redshift determination of the mean mass of white dwarfs. DA stars (Q60711637)
  165. Evidence for granulation in early a-type stars (Q60711244)
  166. The formation and evolution of young low-mass stars within halos with high concentration of dark matter particles (Q60711217)
  167. Formation heights of extreme ultraviolet lines in an active region derived by correlation of Doppler velocity and magnetic field (Q60709260)
  168. Flare energy build-up in a decaying active region near a coronal hole (Q60709259)
  169. Re-flaring of a post-flare loop system driven by flux rope emergence and twisting (Q60708421)
  170. Quantifying the anisotropy and solar cycle dependence of "1/f" solar wind fluctuations observed by advanced composition explorer (Q60707340)
  171. Observation of universality in the generalized similarity of evolving solar wind turbulence as seen by Ulysses (Q60707334)
  172. SEISMOLOGY OF β CEPHEI STARS: DIFFERENTIALLY ROTATING MODELS FOR INTERPRETING THE OSCILLATION SPECTRUM OF ν ERIDANI (Q60705862)
  173. Asteroseismological modeling of the multiperiodic {lambda} Bootis star 29 Cygni (Q60705858)
  174. Propagating slow magnetoacoustic waves in coronal loops observed by Hinode/EIS (Q60705753)
  175. Three-dimensional magnetohydrodynamic models of twisted multithreaded coronal loop oscillations (Q60705749)
  176. Global simulation of an extreme ultraviolet imaging telescope wave (Q60705739)
  177. A study of magnetic bright points in the na I D_1_Line (Q60705642)
  178. The area distribution of solar magnetic bright points (Q60705640)
  179. Jets in polar coronal holes (Q60705585)
  180. Alfven instability in coronal loops with siphon flows (Q60704203)
  181. Solar magnetic field signatures in helioseismic splitting coefficients (Q60703328)
  182. Subsurface circulations within active regions (Q60702303)
  183. VARIATIONS INp-MODE PARAMETERS WITH CHANGING ONSET TIME OF A LARGE FLARE (Q60701196)
  184. Swaying threads of a solar filament (Q60699918)
  185. Resonantly damped kink magnetohydrodynamic waves in a partially ionized filament thread (Q60699916)
  186. Propagation of nonadiabatic magnetoacoustic waves in a threaded prominence with mass flows (Q60699914)
  187. Magnetohydrodynamic waves in a partially ionized filament thread (Q60699912)
  188. Magnetic rossby waves in the solar tachocline and rieger-type periodicities (Q60699907)
  189. Quasi-biennial oscillations in the solar tachocline caused by magnetic rossby wave instabilities (Q60699801)
  190. ABSORPTION OFpMODES BY THIN MAGNETIC FLUX TUBES (Q60699733)
  191. Evidence of explosive evaporation in a microflare observed by Hinode/EIS (Q60699326)
  192. Transverse oscillations of systems of coronal loops (Q60698422)
  193. Transverse oscillations of a multi-stranded loop (Q60698407)
  194. Transport of large-scale poloidal flux in black hole accretion (Q60698382)
  195. Coupled Alfven and kink oscillations in coronal loops (Q60697877)
  196. Three-dimensional propagation of magnetohydrodynamic waves in solar coronal arcades (Q60697759)
  197. Radio variability in Seyfert nuclei (Q60680277)
  198. Hubble space telescope weak-lensing study of the galaxy cluster XMMU J2235.3 - 2557 at z ~ 1.4: a surprisingly massive galaxy cluster when the universe is one-third of its current age (Q60663402)
  199. Near-infrared spectroscopic monitoring of EXor variables: first results (Q60663166)
  200. Angular diameters and effective temperatures of 25 K giant stars from the CHARA array (Q60650845)
  201. Rb-RICH ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH STARS IN THE MAGELLANIC CLOUDS (Q60650825)
  202. The globular cluster system of the Virgo giant elliptical galaxy NGC 4636. I. Subaru/Faint Object Camera and Spectrograph spectroscopy and database (Q60638732)
  203. Chandra observations of the X-ray point source population in NGC 4636 (Q60638712)
  204. The globular cluster system of the Virgo giant elliptical galaxy NGC 4636. II. Kinematics of the globular cluster system (Q60638711)
  205. The unusual X-ray morphology of NGC 4636 revealed by deep Chandra observations: cavities and shocks created by past active galactic nucleus outbursts (Q60638697)
  206. Near-infrared light curves of the brown dwarf eclipsing binary 2MASS J05352184-0546085: can spots explain the temperature reversal? (Q60608497)
  207. Classical T tauri-like outflow activity in the brown dwarf mass regime (Q60607247)
  208. Electron-ion recombination of Fe X forming Fe IX and of Fe XI forming Fe X: laboratory measurements and theoretical calculations (Q60552340)
  209. Unexpected high brightness temperature 140 pc from the core in the jet of 3C 120 (Q60523766)
  210. Studying the warm hot intergalactic medium with gamma-ray bursts (Q60523548)
  211. DUSTY Mg II ABSORBERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE GAMMA-RAY BURST/QUASAR INCIDENCE DISCREPANCY (Q60523442)
  212. GRB 090902B: afterglow observations and implications (Q60523229)
  213. A mature dusty star-forming galaxy hosting GRB 080607 at z = 3.036 (Q60523222)
  214. A direct measurement of the intergalactic medium opacity to H I ionizing photons (Q60522924)
  215. A definitive survey for Lyman limit systems at z ~ 3.5 with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Q60522923)
  216. Correlated optical and X-ray flares in the afterglow of XRF 071031 (Q60522776)
  217. The afterglow and environment of the short GRB 111117A (Q60522760)
  218. The first Swift ultraviolet/optical telescope GRB afterglow catalog (Q60522534)
  219. A very metal-poor damped Lyman-{alpha} system revealed through the most energetic GRB 090926A (Q60522521)
  220. Fermi and Swift gamma-ray burst afterglow population studies (Q60522510)
  221. Klein-nishina effects on optically thin synchrotron and synchrotron Self-Compton spectrum (Q60522437)
  222. Gamma-ray burst light curves in the relativistic turbulence and relativistic subjet models (Q60522434)
  223. Radio and X-ray observations of the type IC SN 2007gr reveal an ordinary, non-relativistic explosion (Q60522433)
  224. Detectability of Oort cloud objects using Kepler (Q60522428)
  225. The cosmic rate, luminosity function, and intrinsic correlations of long gamma-ray bursts (Q60522234)
  226. THE Hα GALAXY SURVEY. VIII. CLOSE COMPANIONS AND INTERACTIONS, AND THE DEFINITION OF STARBURSTS (Q60522169)
  227. The golden standard type Ia supernova 2005cf: observations from the ultraviolet to the near-infrared wavebands (Q60516203)
  228. Discovery of the very red near-infrared and optical afterglow of the short-duration GRB 070724A (Q60516197)
  229. Chandra observations of 1RXS J141256.0+792204 (Calvera) (Q60516195)
  230. SUB-PeV NEUTRINOS FROM TeV UNIDENTIFIED SOURCES IN THE GALAXY (Q60516177)
  231. Energy release and transfer in solar flares: simulations of three-dimensional reconnection (Q60508875)
  232. Elementary energy release events in solar flares (Q60508852)
  233. Methane and nitrogen abundances on Pluto and Eris (Q60506957)
  234. NTT, Spitzer, and Chandra spectroscopy of SDSSJ095209.56+214313.3: the most luminous coronal-line supernova ever observed, or a stellar tidal disruption event? (Q60504225)
  235. Optical IFU observations of the brightest cluster galaxy NGC 4696: the case for a minor merger and shock-excited filaments (Q60504217)
  236. Rotational spectroscopy of the CO-para-H_2_ molecular complex (Q60458365)
  237. Polyynes and interstellar carbon nanoparticles (Q60395335)
  238. Mid-infrared properties of disk averaged observations of Earth with AIRS (Q60394684)
  239. The greater impact of mergers on the growth of massive galaxies: implications for mass assembly and evolution since z =~ 1 (Q60367875)
  240. Locality of MHD turbulence in isothermal disks (Q60366918)
  241. Two-dimensional simulations of FU Orionis disk outbursts (Q60366915)
  242. Radiative models of Sgr A* from GRMHD simulations (Q60366912)
  243. Long-term evolution of protostellar and protoplanetary disks. I. Outbursts (Q60366910)
  244. The size-star formation relation of massive galaxies at 1.5 < z < 2.5 (Q60310809)
  245. Probing the interiors of very hot Jupiters using transit light curves (Q60304886)
  246. Tracing multiple generations of active galactic nucleus feedback in the core of Abell 262 (Q60205077)
  247. The properties of quasar hosts at the peak of the quasar activity (Q60161031)
  248. X-ray signature of charge exchange in l-shell sulfur ions (Q60152402)
  249. Dark matter structures in the Deep Lens Survey (Q60146458)
  250. The statistical significance of the "Dark flow" (Q60061135)
  251. The nuclear X-ray emission of nearby early-type galaxies (Q60043314)
  252. Cosmic origins spectrograph and FUSE observations of T ~ 10^5^ K gas in a nearby galaxy filament (Q60043282)
  253. Ultraviolet spectroscopy of supernovae: the first two years of Swift observations (Q60029249)
  254. HD 100453: a link between gas-rich protoplanetary disks and gas-poor debris disks (Q60028833)
  255. 26Al AND THE FORMATION OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM FROM A MOLECULAR CLOUD CONTAMINATED BY WOLF-RAYET WINDS (Q60028832)
  256. A spatially resolved inner hole in the disk around GM Aurigae (Q60028830)
  257. Evidence for dust clearing through resolved submillimeter imaging (Q60028828)
  258. The mid-infrared extinction law in the Ophiuchus, Perseus, and Serpens molecular clouds (Q60028345)
  259. Properties of the youngest protostars in Perseus, Serpens, and Ophiuchus (Q60028342)
  260. THESPITZERc2d SURVEY OF NEARBY DENSE CORES. V. DISCOVERY OF A VeLLO IN THE “STARLESS” DENSE CORE L328 (Q60028340)
  261. High-resolution mid-infrared spectroscopy of NGC 7538 IRS 1: probing chemistry in a massive young stellar object (Q60028336)
  262. The spatially resolved star formation law from integral field spectroscopy: VIRUS-P observations of NGC 5194 (Q60028331)
  263. THESPITZERc2d SURVEY OF NEARBY DENSE CORES. VII. CHEMISTRY AND DYNAMICS IN L43 (Q60028330)
  264. Continuum observations at 350 microns of high-redshift molecular emission line galaxies (Q60028326)
  265. Fragmentation and evolution of molecular clouds. II. The effect of dust heating (Q60028324)
  266. The nature of transition circumstellar disks. I. The Ophiuchus molecular cloud (Q60028322)
  267. THE c2dSPITZERSPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF ICES AROUND LOW-MASS YOUNG STELLAR OBJECTS. IV. NH3AND CH3OH (Q60028320)
  268. THESPITZERc2d SURVEY OF NEARBY DENSE CORES. X. STAR FORMATION IN L673 AND CB188 (Q60028313)
  269. An analysis of the environments of FU Orionis objects with Herschel (Q60028276)
  270. Four-dimensional transport of galactic cosmic rays in the outer heliosphere and heliosheath (Q60024409)
  271. XTE J1701-462 and its implications for the nature of subclasses in low-magnetic-field neutron star low-mass X-ray binaries (Q60023920)
  272. ALMA HCN and HCO+ J =3-2 observations of optical Seyfert and luminous infrared galaxies: confirmation of elevated HCN-to-HCO+ flux ratios in AGNs (Q60021364)
  273. Hot debris dust around HD 106797 (Q60021088)
  274. On the radial extent of the dwarf irregular galaxy IC10 (Q60020759)
  275. The Bolocam Galactic Plane Survey: {lambda} = 1.1 and 0.35 mm dust continuum emission in the Galactic Center region (Q60018643)
  276. A class I and class II CH_3_ OH maser survey of EGOs from the GLIMPSE survey (Q60015953)
  277. Digging into NGC 6334 I(N): multiwavelength imaging of a massive protostellar cluster (Q60015946)
  278. First results from a 1.3 cm expanded very large array survey of massive protostellar objects: G35.03+0.35 (Q60015914)
  279. Luminosity functions of LMXBs in Centaurus A: globular clusters versus the field (Q60014109)
  280. Comparing GC and field LMXBs in elliptical galaxies with deep Chandra and Hubble data (Q60014099)
  281. The balmer-dominated bow shock and wind nebula structure of {gamma}-ray pulsar PSR J1741-2054 (Q60014071)
  282. The FIRST-2MASS red quasar survey. II. An anomalously high fraction of LoBALs in searches for dust-reddened quasars (Q60011578)
  283. On the internal structure of the magnetic field in magnetic clouds and interplanetary coronal mass ejections: writhe versus twist (Q60009217)
  284. New pulsating DB white dwarf stars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Q59985276)
  285. 2006 Whole Earth Telescope observations of GD358: a new look at the prototype DBV (Q59985271)
  286. Pulsational mapping of calcium across the surface of a white dwarf (Q59985213)
  287. Speckle suppression through dual imaging polarimetry, and a ground-based image of the HR 4796A circumstellar disk (Q59983041)
  288. Speckle suppression with the project 1640 integral field spectrograph (Q59982932)
  289. Integrated nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven winds (Q59975740)
  290. The detectability of dark matter annihilation with Fermi using the anisotropy energy spectrum of the gamma-ray background (Q59974719)
  291. Microlensing-based estimate of the mass fraction in compact objects in lens galaxies (Q59971223)
  292. Near-infrared photometry of four stellar clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud (Q59970751)
  293. The distribution of dark matter over three decades in radius in the lensing cluster Abell 611 (Q59969813)
  294. Examining dust grain models using the reddening and X-ray dust halo of Terzan 2 (Q59963722)
  295. Molecular and atomic gas in the Large Magellanic Cloud. I. Conditions for CO detection (Q59958307)
  296. The influence of far-ultraviolet radiation on the properties of molecular clouds in the 30 Dor region of the Large Magellanic Cloud (Q59958292)
  297. Supernova remnants and star formation in the Large Magellanic Cloud (Q59958240)
  298. The hot interstellar medium of the interacting galaxy NGC 4490 (Q59956281)
  299. Spitzer planet limits around the pulsating white dwarf GD66 (Q59952009)
  300. Carbon monoxide in the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant (Q59951995)
  301. Spitzer observations of molecular hydrogen in interacting supernova remnants (Q59951986)
  302. Mid-infrared photometric analysis of main belt asteroids: a technique for color-color differentiation from background astrophysical sources (Q59951815)
  303. The three-dimensional structure of Cassiopeia A (Q59951790)
  304. First spectroscopic identification of massive young stellar objects in the Galactic Center (Q59950477)
  305. Massive young stellar objects in the Galactic Center. I. Spectroscopic identification from Spitzer infrared spectrograph observations (Q59950408)
  306. Infrared and X-ray spectroscopy of the Kes 75 supernova remnant shell: characterizing the dust and gas properties (Q59950389)
  307. Properties and spatial distribution of dust emission in the Crab nebula (Q59950375)
  308. The implications of a high cosmic-ray ionization rate in diffuse interstellar clouds (Q59947494)
  309. Nondetection of the Neptune-mass planet reported around GJ 176 (Q59945880)
  310. A substellar companion in a 1.3 yr nearly circular orbit of HD 16760 (Q59945856)
  311. Detection of a low-eccentricity and super-massive planet to the subgiant HD 38801 (Q59945825)
  312. A prograde, low-inclination orbit for the very hot Jupiter WASP-3b (Q59945819)
  313. Orbital eccentricity of binary radio pulsars in globular clusters and the interaction between stars (Q59945561)
  314. RHESSI line and continuum observations of super-hot flare plasma (Q59945256)
  315. The oblique orbit of the Super-Neptune HAT-P-11b (Q59945084)
  316. RCS2 J232727.6-020437: an efficient cosmic telescope at z=0.6986 (Q59943126)
  317. How variable is accretion in young stars? (Q59943026)
  318. Disk braking in young stars: probing rotation in Chamaeleon I and Taurus-Auriga (Q59943024)
  319. Substellar objects in nearby young clusters (SONYC). III. Chamaeleon-I (Q59943003)
  320. Dwarf galaxy clustering and missing satellites (Q59942153)
  321. The CFHTLS-deep catalog of interacting galaxies. I. Merger rate evolution to z = 1.2 (Q59942145)
  322. The Spitzer view of low-metallicity star formation. III. Fine-structure lines, aromatic features, and molecules (Q59941804)
  323. Testing models for molecular gas formation in galaxies: hydrostatic pressure or gas and dust shielding? (Q59941795)
  324. Buoyant bubbles in intracluster gas: effects of magnetic fields and anisotropic viscosity (Q59941429)
  325. Dusty disks around white dwarfs. I. Origin of debris disks (Q59941425)
  326. Spectral analysis of the accretion flow in NGC 1052 with Suzaku (Q59941093)
  327. A connection between apparent VLBA jet speeds and initial active galactic nucleus detections made by the Fermi gamma-ray observatory (Q59941068)
  328. Helioseismic data inclusion in solar dynamo models (Q59940975)
  329. A double-ring algorithm for modeling solar active regions: unifying kinematic dynamo models and surface flux-transport simulations (Q59940973)
  330. Precision southern hemisphere VLBI pulsar astrometry. II. Measurement of seven parallaxes (Q59939894)
  331. 100 μas RESOLUTION VLBI IMAGING OF ANISOTROPIC INTERSTELLAR SCATTERING TOWARD PULSAR B0834+06 (Q59939888)
  332. On the populations of radio galaxies with extended morphology at z < 0.3 (Q59939654)
  333. Constraining type Ia supernovae progenitors from three years of supernova legacy survey data (Q59939579)
  334. A power-law break in the near-infrared power spectrum of the Galactic Center black hole (Q59939431)
  335. The use of absorption cells as a wavelength reference for precision radial velocity measurements in the near-infrared (Q59939373)
  336. Direct detection of planets orbiting large angular diameter stars: sensitivity of an internally occulting space-based coronagraph (Q59939372)
  337. Extended emission-line regions: remnants of quasar superwinds? (Q59939330)
  338. Decomposing star formation and active galactic nucleus with Spitzer mid-infrared spectra: luminosity functions and co-evolution (Q59939327)
  339. A disk of young stars at the Galactic Center as determined by individual stellar orbits (Q59939297)
  340. A near-infrared variability study of the Galactic black hole: a red noise source with NO detected periodicity (Q59939296)
  341. High angular resolution integral-field spectroscopy of the Galaxy's nuclear cluster: a missing stellar cusp? (Q59939295)
  342. Improving Galactic Center astrometry by reducing the effects of geometric distortion (Q59939290)
  343. Disentangling the system geometry of the supergiant fast X-ray transient IGR J11215-5952 with Swift (Q59939065)
  344. Evidence for X-ray synchrotron emission from simultaneous mid-infrared to X-ray observations of a strong Sgr A* flare (Q59938997)
  345. Evidence for dynamical changes in a transitional protoplanetary disk with mid-infrared variability (Q59938730)
  346. V819 Tau: a rare weak-lined T Tauri star with a weak infrared excess (Q59938729)
  347. Searching for young M dwarfs with GALEX (Q59938463)
  348. Pre-main sequence variables in the VMR-D: identification of T TAURI-like accreting protostars through Spitzer-IRAC variability (Q59936409)
  349. The Spitzer-IRAC point-source catalog of the Vela-D cloud (Q59936377)
  350. Hubble space telescope optical imaging of the eroding debris disk HD 61005 (Q59926920)
  351. The James Clerk Maxwell Telescope Nearby Galaxies Legacy Survey. I. Star-forming molecular gas in Virgo cluster spiral galaxies (Q59924205)
  352. The James Clerk Maxwell Telescope Nearby Galaxies Legacy Survey. II. Warm molecular gas and star formation in three field spiral galaxies (Q59924167)
  353. A second case of variable Na I D lines in a highly reddened type Ia supernova (Q59923446)
  354. EC-SNe FROM SUPER-ASYMPTOTIC GIANT BRANCH PROGENITORS: THEORETICAL MODELS VERSUS OBSERVATIONS (Q59923430)
  355. On magnesium sulfide as the carrier of the 30 {mu}m emission feature in evolved stars (Q59921947)
  356. The spin-flip phenomenon in supermassive black hole binary mergers (Q59919378)
  357. The optical structure of the starburst galaxy M82. I. Dynamics of the disk and inner-wind (Q59918222)
  358. A spectroscopic census of the M82 stellar cluster population (Q59918215)
  359. The optical structure of the starburst galaxy M82. II. Nebular properties of the disk and inner wind (Q59918209)
  360. Multiwavelength signatures of magnetic activity from young stellar objects in the LkH{alpha} 101 cluster (Q59917784)
  361. X-ray and infrared emission from young stellar objects near LkH{alpha} 101 (Q59917762)
  362. A group finding algorithm for multidimensional data sets (Q59915878)
  363. Group finding in the stellar halo using M-giants in the Two Micron All Sky Survey: an extended view of the Pisces overdensity? (Q59915873)
  364. Time-dependent modeling of radiative processes in hot magnetized plasmas (Q59914517)
  365. On the nature of pulse profile variations and timing noise in accreting millisecond pulsars (Q59914506)
  366. GeV BREAKS IN BLAZARS AS A RESULT OF GAMMA-RAY ABSORPTION WITHIN THE BROAD-LINE REGION (Q59914492)
  367. Cosmic origins spectrograph observations of the chemical composition of SNR LMC N132D (Q59913781)
  368. Observations of mass loss from the transiting exoplanet HD 209458b (Q59913764)
  369. Diffuse Far-UV line emission from the low-redshift Lyman break galaxy analog KISSR242 (Q59913722)
  370. Spitzer mapping of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and H_2_ features in photodissociation regions (Q59913716)
  371. Periodic oscillations in the intra-day optical light curves of the blazar S5 0716+714 (Q59913029)
  372. Nearly periodic fluctuations in the long-term X-ray light curves of the blazars AO 0235+164 and 1ES 2321+419 (Q59913016)
  373. Detection of intra-day variability timescales of four high-energy peaked blazars with XMM-Newton (Q59912976)
  374. Ultra-high-energy cosmic rays from Centaurus A: jet interaction with gaseous shells (Q59912968)
  375. Imaging redshift estimates for BL Lacertae objects (Q59911598)
  376. Mid-infrared galaxy luminosity functions from the AGN and galaxy evolution survey (Q59909923)
  377. Low-latitude coronal holes at the minimum of the 23rd solar cycle (Q59897796)
  378. A new distance to M33 using blue supergiants and the FGLR method (Q59892474)
  379. On-sky wide-field adaptive optics correction using multiple laser guide stars at the MMT (Q59891912)
  380. Nonthermal properties of supernova remnant G1.9+0.3 (Q59886613)
  381. CfA3: 185 TYPE Ia SUPERNOVA LIGHT CURVES FROM THE CfA (Q59883388)
  382. The field X-ray AGN fraction to z = 0.7 from the Chandra multiwavelength project and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Q59880010)
  383. High-frequency radio properties of sources in the Fermi-LAT 1 year point source catalog (Q59878651)
  384. Abell 1201: the anatomy of a cold front cluster from combined optical and X-ray data (Q59869135)
  385. Substructure in the cold front cluster Abell 3667 (Q59869126)
  386. A high fidelity sample of cold front clusters from the Chandra archive (Q59869120)
  387. Synchronized formation of starburst and post-starburst galaxies in merging clusters of galaxies (Q59869112)
  388. Radio and deep Chandra observations of the disturbed cool core cluster Abell 133 (Q59869101)
  389. Getting lucky with adaptive optics: fast adaptive optics image selection in the visible with a large telescope (Q59868244)
  390. The galaxy alignment effect in Abell 1689: evolution, radial, and luminosity dependence (Q59867233)
  391. The faint end of the galaxy luminosity function in A1689: a steep red faint end upturn at z = 0.18 (Q59867216)
  392. XMM-Newton observations of the Seyfert 2 galaxy NGC 7590: the nature of X-ray absorption (Q59867123)
  393. Dynamical constraints on the masses of the nuclear star cluster and black hole in the late-type spiral galaxy NGC 3621 (Q59855091)
  394. The Lick AGN monitoring project: broad-line region radii and black hole masses from reverberation mapping of H{beta} (Q59855082)
  395. The Lick AGN Monitoring Project: reverberation mapping of optical hydrogen and helium recombination lines (Q59855075)
  396. The Lick AGN monitoring project: velocity-delay maps from the maximum-entropy method for Arp 151 (Q59855068)
  397. The Lick AGN monitoring project: alternate routes to a broad-line region radius (Q59855063)
  398. High-mass star formation in the near and far 3 kpc arms (Q59855056)
  399. A multiwavelength study of the high surface brightness hot spot in PKS 1421-490 (Q59854354)
  400. Radio source feedback in galaxy evolution (Q59854092)
  401. The stellar mass density and specific star formation rate of the universe at z ~ 7 (Q59852402)
  402. The impact of cold gas accretion above a mass floor on galaxy scaling relations (Q59851173)
  403. High-redshift star-forming galaxies: angular momentum and baryon fraction, turbulent pressure effects, and the origin of turbulence (Q59851166)
  404. The growth of dark matter halos: evidence for significant smooth accretion (Q59851161)
  405. Spatially resolved mid-infrared imaging of the SR 21 transition disk (Q59847915)
  406. Spatially and spectrally resolved hydrogen gas within 0.1 AU of T Tauri and Herbig Ae/Be stars (Q59847861)
  407. Probing local density inhomogeneities in the circumstellar disk of a Be star using the new spectro-astrometry mode at the Keck interferometer (Q59847853)
  408. Spectro-interferometry of the Be star {delta} Sco: near-infrared continuum and gas emission region sizes in 2007 (Q59847848)
  409. The mean type Ia supernova spectrum over the past nine gigayears (Q59845734)
  410. Variable sodium absorption in a low-extinction type Ia supernova (Q59845682)
  411. Core-collapse supernovae from the Palomar transient factory: indications for a different population in dwarf galaxies (Q59845476)
  412. SDWFS-MT-1: a self-obscured luminous supernova at z =~ 0.2 (Q59845453)
  413. XRF 100316D/SN 2010bh and the nature of gamma-ray burst supernovae (Q59845177)
  414. Statistical properties of gamma-ray burst polarization (Q59841793)
  415. Is cosmic ray electron excess from pulsars spiky or smooth?: continuous and multiple Electron/Positron injections (Q59841735)
  416. Infrared emission by dust around {lambda} Bootis stars: debris disks or thermally emitting nebulae? (Q59840387)
  417. The low level of debris disk activity at the time of the late heavy bombardment: a Spitzer study of Praesepe (Q59840379)
  418. Locating planetesimal belts in the multiple-planet systems HD 128311, HD 202206, HD 82943, and HR 8799 (Q59840327)
  419. Could the planets around HR 8799 Be brown dwarfs? (Q59840311)
  420. Determining star formation timescale and pattern speed in nearby spiral galaxies (Q59830847)
  421. ASTE CO (3-2) mapping toward the whole optical disk of M 83: properties of inter-arm giant molecular-cloud associations (Q59830845)
  422. Spectrophotometrically identified stars in the PEARS-N and PEARS-S fields (Q59827063)
  423. The correlation between X-ray and UV properties of BAL QSOs (Q59826236)
  424. The prevalence of narrow optical Fe II emission lines in type 1 active galactic nuclei (Q59826190)
  425. On the scattering enhancement of N V {lambda}1240 emission line of quasi-stellar objects (Q59826169)
  426. LOW-zMg II BROAD ABSORPTION-LINE QUASARS FROM THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY (Q59826161)
  427. GX 9+9: variability of the X-ray orbital modulation (Q59824117)
  428. X-ray sources and their optical counterparts in the galactic globular cluster M12 (NGC 6218) (Q59824115)
  429. X-ray and optical study of low core density globular clusters NGC6144 and E3 (Q59824108)
  430. Swift observations of the ultraluminous X-ray source Holmberg IX X-1 (Q59824099)
  431. Radio continuum observations of 47 Tucanae and {omega} Centauri: hints for intermediate-mass black holes? (Q59824082)
  432. A search for Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies on arcminute scales with Bolocam (Q59823015)
  433. QUaD: A HIGH-RESOLUTION COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND POLARIMETER (Q59823010)
  434. Constraints on the high-{ell} power spectrum of millimeter-wave anisotropies from APEX-SZ (Q59822982)
  435. Studies of millimeter-wave atmospheric noise above Mauna Kea (Q59822949)
  436. Characterization of the BICEP telescope for high-precision cosmic microwave background polarimetry (Q59822941)
  437. Parameter estimation from improved measurements of the cosmic microwave background from QUaD (Q59822931)
  438. A patchy cloud model for the l to T dwarf transition (Q59821659)
  439. Chemical abundances of seven irregular and three tidal dwarf galaxies in the M81 group (Q59821505)
  440. X-ray observations of the new unusual magnetar Swift J1834.9-0846 (Q59821317)
  441. Photometric estimates of redshifts and distance moduli for type Ia supernovae (Q59819501)
  442. VLBA determination of the distance to nearby star-forming regions. III. HP TAU/G2 and the three-dimensional structure of Taurus (Q59818125)
  443. Gemini spectroscopic survey of young star clusters in Merging/Interacting galaxies. III. The Antennae (Q59817549)
  444. The EINSTEIN cross: constraint on dark matter from stellar dynamics and gravitational lensing (Q59817538)
  445. Efficient pseudo-global fitting for helioseismic data (Q59817308)
  446. Is the current lack of solar activity only skin deep? (Q59817302)
  447. A seismic signature of a second dynamo? (Q59817277)
  448. Interferometric evidence for resolved warm dust in the DQ Tau system (Q59814882)
  449. Beryllium, oxygen, and iron abundances in extremely metal-deficient stars (Q59813669)
  450. NGC 839: shocks in an M82-like superwind (Q59813663)
  451. Balancing the energy budget between star formation and active galactic nuclei in high-redshift infrared luminous galaxies (Q59812749)
  452. Submillimeter array identification of the millimeter-selected galaxy SSA22-AzTEC1: a protoquasar in a protocluster? (Q59812707)
  453. Searching for naphthalene cation absorption in the interstellar medium (Q59808656)
  454. The star formation rate in the reionization era as indicated by gamma-ray bursts (Q59807721)
  455. Spatially resolved galaxy star formation and its environmental dependence. II. Effect of the morphology-density relation (Q59807713)
  456. An accurate determination of the optical periodic modulation in the X-ray binary SAX J1808.4-3658 (Q59795209)
  457. Geodynamics and rate of volcanism on massive earth-like planets (Q59795146)
  458. Continued cooling of the crust in the neutron star low-mass X-ray binary KS 1731-260 (Q59795098)
  459. Multiple stellar populations in the galactic globular cluster NGC 6752 (Q59790352)
  460. Swift observations of hard X-ray emitting white dwarfs in symbiotic stars (Q59785132)
  461. Solar limb prominence catcher and tracker (SLIPCAT): an automated system and its preliminary statistical results (Q59784023)
  462. Correcting velocity dispersions of dwarf spheroidal galaxies for binary orbital motion (Q59784014)
  463. ERRATUM: "Warm-dense molecular gas in the ISM of starbursts, LIRGs, and ULIRGs" (2005, ApJ, 630, 269) (Q59783690)
  464. Dynamical study of A1689 from wide-field VLT/VIMOS spectroscopy: mass profile, concentration parameter, and velocity anisotropy (Q59782839)
  465. The mass structure of the galaxy cluster Cl0024+1654 from a full lensing analysis of joint Subaru and ACS/NIC3 observations (Q59782833)
  466. Testing strict hydrostatic equilibrium in simulated clusters of galaxies: implications for A1689 (Q59782817)
  467. High-mass star formation in normal late-type galaxies: observational constraints to the initial mass function (Q59781546)
  468. Forming close-in earth-like planets via a collision-merger mechanism in late-stage planet formation (Q59781089)
  469. Powerful H_2_ emission and star formation on the interacting galaxy system Arp 143: observations with Spitzer and GALEX (Q59781029)
  470. N-body simulation of the Stephan's Quintet (Q59781022)
  471. Coronal lines and dust formation in SN 2005ip: not the brightest, but the hottest type IIn supernova (Q59780609)
  472. Improved distances to type Ia supernovae with two spectroscopic subclasses (Q59780607)
  473. The quasar SDSS J1536+0441: an unusual double-peaked emitter (Q59780601)
  474. The spectroscopic classification and explosion properties of SN 2009nz associated with GRB 091127 at z = 0.490 (Q59780584)
  475. An independent measurement of the incidence of Mg II absorbers along gamma-ray burst sight lines: the end of the mystery? (Q59780574)
  476. The stellar populations of Lyman break galaxies at z ~ 5 (Q59780530)
  477. Serendipitous discovery of an overdensity of Ly{alpha} emitters at z ~ 4.8 in the CL1604 supercluster field (Q59780529)
  478. Optical spectral properties of Swift burst alert telescope hard X-Ray-Selected active galactic nuclei sources (Q59770086)
  479. Scattered x-rays in obscured active galactic nuclei and their implications for geometrical structure and evolution (Q59770081)
  480. Imaging the circumnuclear region of NGC 1365 with Chandra (Q59769358)
  481. Swift GRB GRB071010B: outlier of the e ^src^_peak_- e_{gamma}_ and e_iso_ - e ^src^_peak_- T ^src^_jet_Correlations (Q59768096)
  482. Overdensities of galaxies at z ~ 3.7 in Chandra deep field-south (Q59768089)
  483. New estimators of black hole mass in active galactic nuclei with hydrogen Paschen lines (Q59768076)
  484. Mass and hot baryons in massive galaxy clusters from Subaru weak-lensing and AMiBA Sunyaev-Zel'Dovich effect observations (Q59767592)
  485. AMiBA: BROADBAND HETERODYNE COSMIC MICROWAVE BACKGROUND INTERFEROMETRY (Q59767587)
  486. Contamination of the central Sunyaev-Zel'Dovich decrements in AMiBA galaxy cluster observations (Q59767582)
  487. Star formation rates from [C II] 158 {mu}m and mid-infrared emission lines for starbursts and active galactic nuclei (Q59767522)
  488. Periodic radio and H{alpha} emission from the L dwarf binary 2MASSW J0746425+200032: exploring the magnetic field topology and radius of an l dwarf (Q59766813)
  489. Brown dwarf disks at ages of 5-10 myr (Q59766812)
  490. The dust cloud around the white dwarf G 29-38. II. Spectrum from 5 to 40 {mu}m and mid-infrared photometric variability (Q59763249)
  491. Chandra's close encounter with the disintegrating comets 73P/2006 (Schwassmann-Wachmann 3) fragment b and C/1999 S4 (LINEAR) (Q59763238)
  492. The effect of composition on nova ignitions (Q59762133)
  493. Unstable helium shell burning on accreting white dwarfs (Q59762130)
  494. Helium core white dwarfs in cataclysmic variables (Q59762126)
  495. Constraining the NFW potential with observations and modeling of low surface brightness galaxy velocity fields (Q59761377)
  496. Testing modified newtonian dynamics with rotation curves of dwarf and low surface brightness galaxies (Q59761356)
  497. Inflating and deflating hot jupiters: coupled tidal and thermal evolution of known transiting planets (Q59760045)
  498. Atmospheric sulfur photochemistry on hot jupiters (Q59760039)
  499. A precise estimate of the radius of the exoplanet HD 149026b from Spitzer photometry (Q59760031)
  500. The discovery of ellipsoidal variations in the Kepler light curve of HAT-P-7 (Q59760018)
  501. Spitzer IRAC secondary eclipse photometry of the transiting extrasolar planet HAT-P-1b (Q59760016)
  502. Exoplanet albedo spectra and colors as a function of planet phase, separation, and metallicity (Q59760004)
  503. Atmospheric circulation of eccentric hot Neptune GJ436b (Q59760000)
  504. Powerful H_2_ line cooling in stephan's quintet. I. Mapping the significant cooling pathways in group-wide shocks (Q59759549)
  505. DEEPKs-NEAR-INFRARED SURFACE PHOTOMETRY OF 80 DWARF IRREGULAR GALAXIES IN THE LOCAL VOLUME (Q59759535)
  506. Active disk building in a local H i-massive LIRG: the synergy between gas, dust, and star formation (Q59759532)
  507. A hot Jupiter orbiting the 1.7 m_{sun}_ subgiant HD 102956 (Q59759460)
  508. On the nature of the first galaxies selected at 350 {mu}m (Q59759325)
  509. The rise of massive red galaxies: the color-magnitude and color-stellar mass diagrams for z_phot_{<~} 2 from the multiwavelength survey by yale-chile (Q59757637)
  510. Correlated variability in the blazar 3C 454.3 (Q59757611)
  511. The anisotropic spatial distribution of hypervelocity stars (Q59756993)
  512. Rapid formation of icy super-Earths and the cores of gas giant planets (Q59756990)
  513. Stellar mass dependent disk dispersal (Q59756983)
  514. The ELM survey. I. A complete sample of extremely low-mass white dwarfs (Q59756958)
  515. The ACS LCID project. I. Short-period variables in the isolated dwarf spheroidal galaxies Cetus and Tucana (Q59756212)
  516. Stellar metallicities and kinematics in a gas-rich dwarf galaxy: first calcium triplet spectroscopy of red giant branch stars in WLM (Q59756208)
  517. The ACS LCID project. VI. The star formation history of the Tucana dSph and the relative ages of the isolated dSph galaxies (Q59756191)
  518. The ACS LCID project. III. The star formation history of the Cetus dSph galaxy: a post-reionization fossil (Q59756187)
  519. Sub-Saturn planet MOA-2008-BLG-310Lb: likely to Be in the Galactic Bulge (Q59756182)
  520. The dominance of metal-rich streams in stellar halos: a comparison between substructure in M31 and {Lambda}CDM models (Q59754952)
  521. Local Group dwarf elliptical galaxies. II. Stellar kinematics to large radii in NGC 147 and NGC 185 (Q59754941)
  522. The advanced camera for surveys nearby galaxy survey treasury. V. Radial star formation history of NGC 300 (Q59754939)
  523. The advanced camera for surveys nearby galaxy survey treasury. VI. The ancient star-forming disk of NGC 404 (Q59754936)
  524. SN 2010U: a luminous nova in NGC 4214 (Q59754934)
  525. The ACS nearby galaxy survey treasury. IX. Constraining asymptotic giant branch evolution with old metal-poor galaxies (Q59754930)
  526. THE AzTEC/SMA INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING SURVEY OF SUBMILLIMETER-SELECTED HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES (Q59753531)
  527. IRC+10216'S innermost envelope--The eSMA'S view (Q59753526)
  528. 183 GHz H2O MASER EMISSION AROUND THE LOW-MASS PROTOSTAR SERPENS SMM1 (Q59753518)
  529. Identification of two bright z > 3 submillimeter galaxy candidates in the COSMOS field (Q59753500)
  530. A spectropolarimetric view on the nature of the peculiar type I SN 2005hk (Q59752911)
  531. Star-forming or starbursting? The ultraviolet conundrum (Q59751537)
  532. The kiloparsec-scale kinematics of high-redshift star-forming galaxies (Q59750598)
  533. Dynamics of galactic disks and mergers at z ~ 1.6: spatially resolved spectroscopy with Keck laser guide star adaptive optics (Q59750593)
  534. The presence of weak active galactic nuclei in high redshift star-forming galaxies (Q59750587)
  535. The Lick AGN monitoring project: the M_BH_-{sigma}_*_ relation for reverberation-mapped active galaxies (Q59750580)
  536. The effect of progenitor age and metallicity on luminosity and ^56^Ni yield in type Ia supernovae (Q59750430)
  537. The carnegie supernova project: first near-infrared Hubble diagram to z ~ 0.7 (Q59750425)
  538. The effect of wave-particle interactions on low-energy cutoffs in solar flare electron spectra (Q59747166)
  539. The sub-arcsecond hard X-ray structure of loop footpoints in a solar flare (Q59747161)
  540. Nonsteady accretion in protostars (Q59745238)
  541. Disk evolution in the three nearby star-forming regions of Taurus, Chamaeleon, and Ophiuchus (Q59745237)
  542. Long-term evolution of protostellar and protoplanetary disks. II. Layered accretion with infall (Q59745234)
  543. Metals in the exosphere of the highly irradiated planet WASP-12b (Q59745014)
  544. L1157-B1: water and ammonia as diagnostics of shock temperature (Q59744376)
  545. KEPLER-6b: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER ORBITING A METAL-RICH STAR (Q59743862)
  546. Stringent limits on the polarized submillimeter emission from protoplanetary disks (Q59741850)
  547. Simulations of electron magnetohydrodynamic turbulence (Q59741847)
  548. Internal extinction in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey late-type galaxies (Q59741839)
  549. Growth of magnetic fields induced by turbulent motions (Q59741836)
  550. Characteristic lengths of magnetic field in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence (Q59741829)
  551. Non-locality of hydrodynamic and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence (Q59741825)
  552. Galactic foregrounds: spatial fluctuations and a procedure for removal (Q59741821)
  553. A full year's Chandra exposure on Sloan Digital Sky Survey quasars from the Chandra multiwavelength project (Q59740974)
  554. The spectral energy distributions of red Two Micron All Sky Survey active galactic nuclei (Q59740970)
  555. Principal component analysis of the spectral energy distribution and emission line properties of red 2MASS active galactic nuclei (Q59740967)
  556. Mid-infrared spectroscopy of high-redshift 3CRR sources (Q59740952)
  557. Magnetohydrodynamic shallow water waves: linear analysis (Q59740205)
  558. Planetesimal disk microlensing (Q59740200)
  559. Fuzzy supernova templates. I. Classification (Q59739579)
  560. Chandra X-ray spectroscopy of the focused wind in the Cygnus X-1 system. I. The nondip spectrum in the low/hard state (Q59736592)
  561. The accretion disk Corona and disk atmosphere of 4U 1624-490 as viewed by the chandra-high energy transmission grating spectrometer (Q59736572)
  562. A comprehensive spectral analysis of the X-ray pulsar 4U 1907+09 from two observations with the Suzaku X-ray observatory (Q59736491)
  563. The double-degenerate nucleus of the planetary nebula TS 01: a close binary evolution showcase (Q59736485)
  564. Non-local thermal equilibrium model atmospheres for the hottest white dwarfs: spectral analysis of the compact component in nova V4743 Sgr (Q59736462)
  565. Relative distributions of fluences of ^3^He and ^4^He in solar energetic particles (Q59734578)
  566. Solar energetic particle ^3^He-Rich events from the nearly quiet Sun in 2007-2008 (Q59734576)
  567. Discovery of burst oscillations in the intermittent accretion-powered millisecond pulsar HETE J1900.1-2455 (Q59734282)
  568. Variability in the orbital profiles of the X-ray emission of the {gamma}-ray binary LS I +61{deg} 303 (Q59734241)
  569. The return of the bursts: thermonuclear flashes from Circinus X-1 (Q59734236)
  570. The assembly of galaxy clusters (Q59733426)
  571. The galaxy content of SDSS clusters and groups (Q59733413)
  572. Gas-rich mergers in LCDM: disk survivability and the baryonic assembly of galaxies (Q59733405)
  573. Galaxy mergers and dark matter halo mergers in {Lambda}CDM: mass, redshift, and mass-ratio dependence (Q59733401)
  574. Connecting reionization to the local universe (Q59733395)
  575. Revised orbit and transit exclusion for HD 114762b (Q59732305)
  576. Stellar variability of the exoplanet hosting star HD 63454 (Q59732300)
  577. Star formation signatures in optically quiescent early-type galaxies (Q59731832)
  578. A universal mass profile for dwarf spheroidal galaxies? (Q59729540)
  579. Water masers associated with star formation in the Antennae galaxies (Q59729021)
  580. Suzaku observations of the HMXB 1A 1118-61 (Q59727463)
  581. A population of weak metal-line absorbers surrounding the Milky Way (Q59726057)
  582. The massive and distant clusters of WISE survey: MOO J1142+1527, a 10^15^ M_{sun}_ galaxy cluster at z = 1.19 (Q59723267)
  583. Role of galaxy mergers in cosmic star formation history (Q59716044)
  584. AEGIS: the nature of the host galaxies of low-ionization outflows at z < 0.6 (Q59716038)
  585. SN 2006gy: WAS IT REALLY EXTRAORDINARY? (Q59715536)
  586. Nebular phase observations of the type Ib supernova 2008D/X-ray transient 080109: side-viewed bipolar explosion (Q59715531)
  587. Hubble Space Telescope morphologies of z ~ 2 dust obscured galaxies. I. Power-law sources (Q59714124)
  588. High-ionization Fe K emission from luminous infrared galaxies (Q59714120)
  589. Strong polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission from z {approx} 2 ULIRGs (Q59714110)
  590. An infrared comparison of Type-1 and Type-2 quasars (Q59714102)
  591. Mid-infrared properties of the Swift burst alert telescope active galactic nuclei sample of the local universe. I. Emission-line diagnostics (Q59714098)
  592. THE 3.3 μm POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON EMISSION AS A STAR FORMATION RATE INDICATOR (Q59714028)
  593. Deep Spitzer observations of infrared-faint radio sources: high-redshift radio-loud active galactic nuclei? (Q59713748)
  594. Type I planet migration in nearly laminar disks (Q59713428)
  595. Turbulence and dynamo in galaxy cluster medium: implications on the origin of cluster magnetic fields (Q59713425)
  596. Polarized emission of Sagittarius A* (Q59713423)
  597. Star formation in the Chandra Deep Field South: observations confront simulations (Q59713077)
  598. The evolving relations between size, mass, surface density, and star formation in 3x10^4^ galaxies since z = 2 (Q59713075)
  599. How do disks survive mergers? (Q59712744)
  600. Dissipation and extra light in galactic nuclei. IV. Evolution in the scaling relations of spheroids (Q59712743)
  601. A characteristic division between the fueling of quasars and Seyferts: five simple tests (Q59712742)
  602. Recovering stellar population properties and redshifts from broadband photometry of simulated galaxies: lessons for SED modeling (Q59712740)
  603. Mergers and bulge formation in {Lambda}CDM: which mergers matter? (Q59712722)
  604. Mergers in {Lambda}CDM: uncertainties in theoretical predictions and interpretations of the merger rate (Q59712715)
  605. A search for additional planets in the NASA EPOXI observations of the exoplanet system GJ 436 (Q59712505)
  606. High-contrast 3.8 {mu}m imaging of the brown Dwarf/Planet-mass companion to GJ 758 (Q59712504)
  607. Tidally induced outbursts in OJ 287 during 2005-2008 (Q59712386)
  608. Extreme magnification microlensing event OGLE-2008-BLG-279: strong limits on planetary companions to the lens star (Q59712384)
  609. Constraining mass ratio and extinction in the FU Orionis binary system with infrared integral field spectroscopy (Q59711568)
  610. Optical and near-infrared spectroscopy of the L subdwarf SDSS J125637.13-022452.4 (Q59711023)
  611. 2MASS J06164006-6407194: the first outer halo l subdwarf (Q59711022)
  612. Seen and unseen tidal caustics in the Andromeda galaxy (Q59711018)
  613. The Spitzer extragalactic representative volume survey: the environments of high-z SDSS quasi-stellar objects (Q59710965)
  614. Color distributions, number, and mass densities of massive galaxies at 1.5 < z < 3: comparing observations with merger simulations (Q59710076)
  615. On sizes, kinematics, M/L gradients, and light profiles of massive compact galaxies at z ~ 2 (Q59710065)
  616. Enhanced lensing rate by clustering of massive galaxies: newly discovered systems in the SLACS fields (Q59709801)
  617. Cosmic evolution of star formation in Type-1 quasar hosts since z = 1 (Q59709195)
  618. Isotropic mid-infrared emission from the central 100 pc of active galaxies (Q59708943)
  619. Dust emission from unobscured active galactic nuclei (Q59708942)
  620. Magnetic reconnection during the two-phase evolution of a solar eruptive flare (Q59708389)
  621. Evidence of solar flare triggering due to loop-loop interaction caused by footpoint shear motion (Q59708383)
  622. Three-dimensional spectral simulations of anelastic turbulent convection (Q59708076)
  623. Dust in the wind: the role of recent mass loss in long gamma-ray bursts (Q59706464)
  624. Velocity spectrum for H I at high latitudes (Q59705955)
  625. H I shells and supershells in the I-GALFA H I 21 cm line survey. I. Fast-expanding H I shells associated with supernova remnants (Q59705927)
  626. Compact H I clouds from the GALFA-H I survey (Q59705911)
  627. Low-velocity halo clouds (Q59705793)
  628. EUV wave reflection from a coronal hole (Q59702771)
  629. Analytic modeling of the Moreton wave kinematics (Q59702768)
  630. Multiwavelength imaging and spectroscopy of chromospheric evaporation in an m-class solar flare (Q59702761)
  631. First observations of a dome-shaped large-scale coronal extreme-ultraviolet wave (Q59702756)
  632. The thick disks of spiral galaxies as relics from gas-rich, turbulent, clumpy disks at high redshift (Q59664891)
  633. A multi-wavelength spectral and polarimetric study of the jet of 3C 264 (Q59664365)
  634. Methane gas stabilizes supercooled ethane droplets in Titan's clouds (Q59649149)
  635. Magnetic reconnection as the cause of cosmic ray excess from the heliospheric tail (Q59644688)
  636. PROMPT TeV EMISSION FROM COSMIC RAYS ACCELERATED BY GAMMA-RAY BURSTS INTERACTING WITH A SURROUNDING STELLAR WIND (Q59642892)
  637. Translational and rotational energy measurements of photodesorbed water molecules in their vibrational ground state from amorphous solid water (Q59624680)
  638. XMM-Newton view of the multiphase warm absorber in Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC 985 (Q59590140)
  639. A new calculation of ne IX line diagnostics (Q59590133)
  640. Suzaku monitoring of the Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC 5548: warm absorber location and its implication for cosmic feedback (Q59590124)
  641. An investigation of the type M morphological structure of IC59: a new model for bright rim clouds? (Q59564989)
  642. On the triple origin of blue stragglers (Q59477308)
  643. Evidence for warped disks of young stars in the Galactic Center (Q59477302)
  644. Dynamical evolution of the young stars in the galactic center: n-body simulations of the s-stars (Q59477298)
  645. Dynamical and evolutionary constraints on the nature and origin of hypervelocity stars (Q59477295)
  646. An extremely top-heavy initial mass function in the galactic center stellar disks (Q59477283)
  647. A model for emission from jets in X-ray binaries: consequences of a single acceleration episode (Q59455234)
  648. Evidence of an initially magnetically dominated outflow in GRB 080916C (Q59455233)
  649. Quasi-blackbody component and radiative efficiency of the prompt emission of gamma-ray bursts (Q59455231)
  650. ERRATUM: "Magnetar twists: Fermi/Gamma-ray burst monitor detection of Sgr J1550-5418" (2010, ApJ, 710, 1335) (Q59455228)
  651. An unstable superfluid stewartson layer in a differentially rotating neutron star (Q59450588)
  652. Gravitational radiation from hydrodynamic turbulence in a differentially rotating neutron star (Q59450582)
  653. Nondetection of polarized, scattered light from the HD 189733b hot Jupiter (Q59448465)
  654. Long-period exoplanets from dynamical relaxation (Q59444273)
  655. The unorthodox orbits of substructure halos (Q59421519)
  656. The role of dry mergers for the formation and evolution of brightest cluster galaxies (Q59421517)
  657. The spin and orientation of dark matter halos within cosmic filaments (Q59421497)
  658. Substructure depletion in the Milky Way halo by the disk (Q59421482)
  659. The stellar mass components of galaxies: comparing semi-analytical models with observation (Q59421478)
  660. Spatially resolved spectroscopy of the exoplanet HR 8799 C (Q59412250)
  661. The solar heavy element abundances. II. Constraints from stellar atmospheres (Q59398107)
  662. Angular momentum transport in solar-type stars: testing the timescale for core-envelope coupling (Q59398095)
  663. Giant planet migration, disk evolution, and the origin of transitional disks (Q59397921)
  664. Excitation and damping of p-mode oscillations of {alpha} Cen B (Q59397622)
  665. A note on the torsional oscillation at solar minimum (Q59397396)
  666. Asteroseismic investigation of known planet hosts in the Kepler field (Q59397366)
  667. First spectroscopic imaging observations of the Sun at low radio frequencies with the murchison widefield array prototype (Q59391782)
  668. Is HO_2_^+^ a detectable interstellar molecule? (Q59352303)
  669. Discovery of a red giant with solar-like oscillations in an eclipsing binary system from Kepler space-based photometry (Q59344638)
  670. Hypercompact H II regions: resolved images of G34.26+0.15 A and B (Q59265211)
  671. Discovery of candidate H_2_ O disk masers in active galactic nuclei and estimations of centripetal accelerations (Q59265203)
  672. Mass and radius determinations for five transiting M-dwarf stars (Q59252298)
  673. A new spectroscopic and photometric analysis of the transiting planet systems TrES-3 and TrES-4 (Q59252181)
  674. Ks-BAND DETECTION OF THERMAL EMISSION AND COLOR CONSTRAINTS TO CoRoT-1b: A LOW-ALBEDO PLANET WITH INEFFICIENT ATMOSPHERIC ENERGY REDISTRIBUTION AND A TEMPERATURE INVERSION (Q59251547)
  675. DAY-SIDEz′-BAND EMISSION AND ECCENTRICITY OF WASP-12b (Q59251537)
  676. Gas and dust in a submillimeter galaxy at z = 4.24 from the Herschel atlas (Q59250906)
  677. THE 8 μm PHASE VARIATION OF THE HOT SATURN HD 149026b (Q59247309)
  678. Search for carbon monoxide in the atmosphere of the transiting exoplanet HD 189733b (Q59247165)
  679. Kepler eclipsing binary stars. IV. Precise eclipse times for close binaries and identification of candidate three-body systems (Q59247043)
  680. Asteroseismic analysis of the Pre-Main-Sequence stars in NGC 2264 (Q59246590)
  681. Disentangling protostellar evolutionary stages in clustered environments using Spitzer-IRS spectra and comprehensive spectral energy distribution modeling (Q59246557)
  682. Nothing to hide: an X-ray survey for young stellar objects in the Pipe nebula (Q59246214)
  683. The age, stellar content, and star formation timescale of the B59 dense core (Q59246212)
  684. Exoplanetary transits of limb-brightened lines: tentative Si IV absorption by HD 209458b (Q59246210)
  685. The North American and Pelican nebulae. I. IRAC observations (Q59246133)
  686. Far-infrared observations of the very low luminosity embedded source L1521F-IRS in the Taurus star-forming region (Q59246131)
  687. Re-analysis of the radio luminosity function of galactic H II regions (Q59246129)
  688. The MIPSGAL view of supernova remnants in the galactic plane (Q59246115)
  689. Physical conditions in the ionized gas of 30 Doradus (Q59245877)
  690. Dust production and mass loss in the galactic globular cluster NGC 362 (Q59245875)
  691. Detection of thermal emission of XO-2b: evidence for a weak temperature inversion (Q59245873)
  692. Young stellar objects in the Large Magellanic Cloud star-forming region N206 (Q59245869)
  693. Is dust forming on the red giant branch in 47 Tuc? (Q59245858)
  694. A Spitzer view of star formation in the Cygnus X North complex (Q59245852)
  695. Seismology of a large solar coronal loop from EUVI/STEREO observations of its transverse oscillation (Q59223260)
  696. Spatial seismology of a large coronal loop arcade from TRACE and EIT observations of its transverse oscillations (Q59223253)
  697. HYDROGEN Lyα AND Lyβ RADIANCES AND PROFILES IN POLAR CORONAL HOLES (Q59199976)
  698. Upflows in funnel-like legs of coronal magnetic loops (Q59199974)
  699. Excitation of kink waves due to small-scale magnetic reconnection in the chromosphere? (Q59199973)
  700. Semiempirical models of the solar atmosphere. III. Set of non-LTE models for Far-Ultraviolet/Extreme-Ultraviolet irradiance computation (Q59199972)
  701. Estimating long GRB jet opening angles and rest-frame energetics (Q59151287)
  702. The CRIRES search for planets around the lowest-mass stars. I. High-precision near-infrared radial velocities with an ammonia gas cell (Q59013631)
  703. The QSO He 0450-2958: scantily dressed or heavily robed? a normal quasar as part of an unusual ULIRG (Q58984089)
  704. Observational constraints on the co-evolution of supermassive black holes and galaxies (Q58984067)
  705. Gas kinematics in Ly{alpha} nebulae (Q58984009)
  706. The spatial clustering of ROSAT all-sky survey AGNs. I. The cross-correlation function with SDSS luminous red galaxies (Q58983397)
  707. Optimal filter systems for photometric redshift estimation (Q58982582)
  708. Measuring baryon acoustic oscillations along the line of sight with photometric redshifts: the PAU survey (Q58982570)
  709. How complex is the obscuration in active galactic nuclei? new clues from the Suzaku monitoring of the X-ray absorbers in NGC 7582 (Q58982431)
  710. Active galactic nuclei clustering in the local universe: an unbiased picture from Swift-BAT (Q58981982)
  711. The standardized candle method for type II plateau supernovae (Q58981899)
  712. Relativistic lines and reflection from the inner accretion disks around neutron stars (Q58981485)
  713. Hot gas halos around disk galaxies: confronting cosmological simulations with observations (Q58923322)
  714. The roadmap for unification in galaxy group selection. I. A search for extended X-ray emission in the CNOC2 survey (Q58923318)
  715. The environments of high-redshift quasi-stellar objects (Q58922927)
  716. Formation rates of population III stars and chemical enrichment of halos during the reionization era (Q58922925)
  717. Mass segregation in NGC 2298: limits on the presence of an intermediate mass black hole (Q58922919)
  718. Metal-free gas supply at the edge of reionization: late-epoch population III star formation (Q58922917)
  719. Ultradeep infrared array camera observations of sub-l* z ~ 7 and z ~ 8 galaxies in the Hubble ultra deep field: the contribution of low-luminosity galaxies to the stellar mass density and reionization (Q58922904)
  720. Structure and morphologies of z ~ 7-8 galaxies from ultra-deep WFC3/IR imaging of the Hubble Ultra-Deep Field (Q58922901)
  721. The galaxy luminosity function during the reionization epoch (Q58922898)
  722. Star formation rates and stellar masses of z = 7-8 galaxies from IRAC observations of the WFC3/IR Early Release Science and the HUDF fields (Q58922895)
  723. The evolution of the ultraviolet luminosity function from z ~ 0.75 to z ~ 2.5 using HST ERS WFC3/UVIS observations (Q58922891)
  724. Ultraviolet luminosity functions from 132 z ~ 7 and z ~ 8 Lyman-break galaxies in the ultra-deep HUDF09 and wide-area Early Release Science WFC3/IR observations (Q58922884)
  725. A sensitive search for [N II]_205 {mu}m_ emission in a z = 6.4 quasar host galaxy (Q58922298)
  726. Imaging atomic and highly excited molecular gas in a z = 6.42 quasar host galaxy: copious fuel for an eddington-limited starburst at the end of cosmic reionization (Q58922280)
  727. Does stellar feedback create H I holes? a Hubble space Telescope/Very large array study of Holmberg II (Q58922278)
  728. First redshift determination of an optically/ultraviolet faint submillimeter galaxy using CO emission lines (Q58922276)
  729. Comparison of H{alpha} and UV star formation rates in the local volume: systematic discrepancies for dwarf galaxies (Q58922273)
  730. Tightly correlated H I and FUV emission in the outskirts of M83 (Q58922249)
  731. Unusually luminous giant molecular clouds in the outer disk of M33 (Q58922242)
  732. Hierarchical stellar structures in the Local Group dwarf galaxy NGC 6822 (Q58922238)
  733. Dense molecular gas excitation in nuclear starbursts at high redshift: HCN, HNC, and HCO^+^(J = 6->5) emission in the z = 3.91 quasar host of APM 08279+5255 (Q58922234)
  734. High-redshift quasars in the COSMOS survey: the space density of z > 3 X-ray selected QSOs (Q58921837)
  735. X-ray diagnostics of thermal conditions of the hot plasmas in the Centaurus cluster (Q58920397)
  736. Chandra observations of the galaxy group AWM 5: cool core reheating and thermal conduction suppression (Q58919953)
  737. X-ray spectroscopy of the core of the Perseus cluster with Suzaku: elemental abundances in the intracluster medium (Q58919323)
  738. Southern Cosmology Survey. I. Optical cluster detections and predictions for the southern common-area millimeter-wave experiments (Q58919315)
  739. Physical properties of four SZE-selected galaxy clusters in the southern cosmology survey (Q58919313)
  740. Nonthermal X-rays from supernova remnant G330.2+1.0 and the characteristics of its central compact object (Q58919311)
  741. Doppler-broadened iron X-ray lines from Tycho's supernova remnant (Q58919306)
  742. Searching for the pulsar in G18.95-1.1: discovery of an X-ray point source and associated synchrotron nebula with Chandra (Q58919291)
  743. Expansion velocity of ejecta in Tycho's supernova remnant measured by Doppler broadened X-ray line emission (Q58919287)
  744. Forecast for the planck precision on the Tensor-to-Scalar ratio and other cosmological parameters (Q58917140)
  745. A bright submillimeter source in the Bullet Cluster (1E0657-56) field detected with blast (Q58916463)
  746. The BLAST survey of the Vela molecular cloud: physical properties of the dense cores in Vela-D (Q58916461)
  747. The Balloon-borne Large Aperture Submillimeter Telescope (BLAST) 2006: calibration and flight performance (Q58916459)
  748. Submillimeter number counts from statistical analysis of BLAST maps (Q58916457)
  749. BLAST: the mass function, lifetimes, and properties of intermediate mass cores from a 50 deg^2^ submillimeter galactic survey in Vela (l~265{deg}) (Q58916453)
  750. BLAST: correlations in the cosmic far-infrared background at 250, 350, and 500 {mu}m reveal clustering of star-forming galaxies (Q58916451)
  751. BLAST observations of resolved galaxies: temperature profiles and the effect of active galactic nuclei on FIR to submillimeter emission (Q58916448)
  752. BLAST05: power spectra of bright galactic cirrus at submillimeter wavelengths (Q58916442)
  753. AKARI and BLAST observations of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant and surrounding interstellar medium (Q58916430)
  754. Relation between stellar mass and star-formation activity in galaxies (Q58916030)
  755. Millimeter observations of a sample of high-redshift obscured quasars (Q58916025)
  756. The detection of anomalous dust emission in the nearby galaxy NGC 6946 (Q58916022)
  757. No evolution in the IR-radio relation for IR-luminous galaxies at z < 2 in the COSMOS field (Q58916020)
  758. The thick disk in the galaxy NGC 4244 from S^4^G imaging (Q58916000)
  759. A new measurement of the bulk flow of X-ray luminous clusters of galaxies (Q58915610)
  760. The drop of the coherence of the lower kilohertz quasi-periodic brightness variations is also observed in XTE J1701-462 (Q58914698)
  761. Renewed activity from the X-ray transient SAX J1810.8-2609 with integral (Q58914528)
  762. SIZES OF LYα-EMITTING GALAXIES AND THEIR REST-FRAME ULTRAVIOLET COMPONENTS ATz= 3.1 (Q58913696)
  763. Dark matter scaling relations and the assembly epoch of Coma early-type galaxies (Q58913472)
  764. The role of mergers in early-type galaxy evolution and black hole growth (Q58913464)
  765. The prompt, high-resolution spectroscopic view of the "Naked-eye" GRB080319B (Q58913321)
  766. Studying the WHIM content of large-scale structures along the line of sight to H 2356-309 (Q58913229)
  767. A complete sample of bright Swift long gamma-ray bursts. I. Sample presentation, luminosity function and evolution (Q58913115)
  768. How to switch a gamma-ray burst on and off through a magnetar (Q58913090)
  769. Infrared and kinematic properties of the substellar object G 196-3 B (Q58913081)
  770. A multi-color optical survey of the Orion Nebula Cluster. II. The H-R diagram (Q58912613)
  771. The COSMOS active galactic nucleus spectroscopic survey. I. XMM-Newton counterparts (Q58912263)
  772. Suzaku observations of hard x-ray-selected Seyfert 2 galaxies (Q58912237)
  773. Two bright submillimeter galaxies in a z = 4.05 protocluster in GOODS-North, and accurate radio-infrared photometric redshifts (Q58912051)
  774. A CO emission line from the optical and near-IR undetected submillimeter galaxy GN10 (Q58912048)
  775. The SINS survey: modeling the dynamics of z ~ 2 galaxies and the high-z Tully-Fisher relation (Q58912046)
  776. Low Milky-Way-like molecular gas excitation of massive disk galaxies at z ~ 1.5 (Q58912041)
  777. The SINS survey: broad emission lines in high-redshift star-forming galaxies (Q58912035)
  778. Very high gas fractions and extended gas reservoirs in z = 1.5 disk galaxies (Q58912026)
  779. A wide area survey for high-redshift massive galaxies. II. Near-infrared spectroscopy of BzK-selected massive star-forming galaxies (Q58912017)
  780. Cold molecular gas in massive, star-forming disk galaxies at z = 1.5 (Q58911993)
  781. A first glimpse into the Far-IR properties of high-z UV-selected galaxies: Herschel/PACS observations of z ~ 3 LBGs (Q58911985)
  782. The dust-unbiased cosmic star-formation history from the 20 CM VLA-COSMOS survey (Q58910757)
  783. Spectroscopic identifications of Spitzer sources in the SWIRE/XMM-Newton/ELAIS-S1 field: a large fraction of active galactic nucleus with high F(24 {mu}m)/F(R) ratio (Q58910751)
  784. Photometric redshift and classification for the XMM-COSMOS sources (Q58910749)
  785. UV continuum slope and dust obscuration from z ~ 6 to z ~ 2: the star formation rate density at high redshift (Q58909972)
  786. XMM-NEWTON observations of three low X-ray luminosity galaxy clusters (Q58909940)
  787. A deep Hubble Space Telescope search for escaping Lyman continuum flux at z ~ 1.3: evidence for an evolving ionizing emissivity (Q58909917)
  788. Separating the conjoined red clump in the galactic bulge: kinematics and abundances (Q58909879)
  789. Near-infrared counterparts to Chandra X-ray sources toward the Galactic center. I. Statistics and a catalog of candidates (Q58909634)
  790. X-ray constraints on the active galactic nuclei properties in spitzer-infrared spectrograph identified z ~ 2 ultraluminous infrared galaxies (Q58909624)
  791. Color-magnitude relations of active and non-active galaxies in the Chandra Deep Fields: high-redshift constraints and stellar-mass selection effects (Q58909612)
  792. A Chandra perspective on galaxy-wide X-ray binary emission and its correlation with star formation rate and stellar mass: new results from luminous infrared galaxies (Q58909605)
  793. X-ray spectral constraints for z {approx} 2 massive galaxies: the identification of reflection-dominated active galactic nuclei (Q58909602)
  794. The UDF05 follow-up of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field. II. Constraints on reionization from z-dropout galaxies (Q58908906)
  795. Chasing highly obscured QSOs in the COSMOS field (Q58908901)
  796. On the contribution of large-scale structure to strong gravitational lensing (Q58908896)
  797. Spectroscopic confirmation of faint Lyman break galaxies near redshift five in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (Q58908893)
  798. Photometric properties of Ly{alpha} emitters at z~4.86 in the COSMOS 2 square degree field (Q58908892)
  799. Cosmic evolution of radio selected active galactic nuclei in the cosmos field (Q58908890)
  800. Mid-IR luminosities and UV/Optical star formation rates at z < 1.4 (Q58908886)
  801. Hubble space Telescope/Advanced camera for surveys morphology of Ly{alpha} emitters at redshift 5.7 in the COSMOS field (Q58908879)
  802. Environmental effects on the star formation activity in galaxies at z =~ 1.2 in the COSMOS field (Q58908872)
  803. The Clowes-Campusano Large Quasar Group Survey. I. GALEX selected sample of Lyman break galaxies at z ~ 1 (Q58908869)
  804. Stellar and total baryon mass fractions in groups and clusters since redshift 1 (Q58908862)
  805. DEEPSPITZER24 μm COSMOS IMAGING. I. THE EVOLUTION OF LUMINOUS DUSTY GALAXIES—CONFRONTING THE MODELS (Q58908859)
  806. Early-type galaxies in the PEARS survey: probing the stellar populations at moderate redshift (Q58908845)
  807. Massive galaxies in COSMOS: evolution of black hole versus bulge mass but not versus total stellar mass over the last 9 gyr? (Q58908839)
  808. ERRATUM: "Cosmic evolution of radio selected active galactic nuclei in the COSMOS field" (2009, ApJ, 696, 24) (Q58908824)
  809. Identifying dynamically young galaxy groups via wide-angle tail galaxies: a case study in the COSMOS field at z = 0.53 (Q58908810)
  810. On the stellar populations and evolution of star-forming galaxies at 6.3 < z {<=} 8.6 (Q58908777)
  811. Obscured star formation and environment in the COSMOS field (Q58908772)
  812. A multiwavelength study of a sample of 70 {mu}m selected galaxies in the COSMOS field. II. The role of mergers in galaxy evolution (Q58908769)
  813. A new extensive catalog of optically variable active galactic nuclei in the GOODS fields and a new statistical approach to variability selection (Q58908762)
  814. The population of high-redshift active galactic nuclei in the Chandra-COSMOS survey (Q58908697)
  815. UVUDF: ultraviolet through near-infrared catalog and photometric redshifts of galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (Q58908258)
  816. The lack of intense Ly{alpha} in ultradeep spectra of z = 7 candidates in GOODS-s: imprint of reionization? (Q58907842)
  817. The great observatories origins deep survey: constraints on the Lyman continuum escape fraction distribution of lyman-break galaxies at 3.4 < z < 4.5 (Q58907840)
  818. AKARI near- and mid-infrared spectroscopy of APM 08279+5255 at z = 3.91 (Q58907637)
  819. The photoionized accretion disk in Her X-1 (Q58907115)
  820. Spectrum synthesis modeling of the X-ray spectrum of GRO J1655-40 taken during the 2005 outburst (Q58907113)
  821. The first detection of [O IV] from an ultraluminous X-ray source with Spitzer. II. Evidence for high luminosity in Holmberg II ULX (Q58907104)
  822. The first detection of [O IV] from an ultraluminous X-ray source with Spitzer. I. Observational results for Holmberg II ULX (Q58907102)
  823. Active galaxy unification in the era of X-ray polarimetry (Q58907100)
  824. A Chandra survey of fluorescence Fe lines in X-ray binaries at high resolution (Q58907098)
  825. X-ray reflected spectra from accretion disk models. I. Constant density atmospheres (Q58907094)
  826. Polarized infrared emission by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons resulting from anisotropic illumination (Q58898175)
  827. Modeling porous dust grains with ballistic aggregates. II. Light scattering properties (Q58898170)
  828. Constraining spinning dust parameters with the WMAP five-year data (Q58898163)
  829. Brilliant pebbles: a method for detection of very large interstellar grains (Q58898162)
  830. Statistical analysis of discontinuities in solar wind ACE data and comparison with intermittent MHD turbulence (Q58840245)
  831. Convective instability of a relativistic ejecta decelerated by a surrounding medium: an origin of magnetic fields in gamma-ray bursts? (Q58823649)
  832. Sub-photospheric emission from relativistic radiation mediated shocks in GRBs (Q58823639)
  833. Do moderate-luminosity active galactic nuclei suppress star formation? (Q58786585)
  834. Optical spectroscopy of X-ray sources in the extended Chandra Deep Field South (Q58786575)
  835. The space density of compton-thick active galactic nucleus and the X-ray background (Q58786558)
  836. Heavily obscured AGN in star-forming galaxies at z =~ 2 (Q58786539)
  837. Determination of the minimum masses of heavy elements in the envelopes of Jupiter and Saturn (Q58609017)
  838. Constraining dust and color variations of high-z SNe using NICMOS on the Hubble space telescope (Q58603158)
  839. Spectra and Hubble Space Telescope light curves of six type Ia supernovae at 0.511 < z < 1.12 and the Union2 compilation (Q58603139)
  840. Kinematics at the edge of the Galactic Bulge: evidence for cylindrical rotation (Q58542553)
  841. Detection of a pseudobulge hidden inside the "Box-shaped bulge" of NGC 4565 (Q58542543)
  842. The evolution of the scatter of the cosmic average color-magnitude relation: demonstrating consistency with the ongoing formation of elliptical galaxies (Q58492597)
  843. History of galaxy interactions and their impact on star formation over the last 7 gyr from GEMS (Q58492596)
  844. Barred galaxies in the Abell 901/2 supercluster with stages (Q58492595)
  845. Less than 10 percent of star formation in z ~ 0.6 massive galaxies is triggered by major interactions (Q58492594)
  846. {Lambda}CDM satellites and H I companions--the Arecibo ALFA survey of NGC 2903 (Q58492543)
  847. The velocity function in the local environment from {Lambda}CDM and {Lambda}WDM constrained simulations (Q58492542)
  848. UGC8802: a massive disk galaxy in formation (Q58492538)
  849. Cross-correlation weak lensing of SDSS galaxy clusters. I. Measurements (Q58490109)
  850. The bimodal galaxy stellar mass function in the COSMOS survey to z ~ 1: a steep faint end and a new galaxy dichotomy (Q58489835)
  851. Star formation and dust obscuration at z {approx} 2: galaxies at the dawn of downsizing (Q58489833)
  852. Catastrophic photo-z errors and the dark energy parameter estimates with cosmic shear (Q58489806)
  853. The opacity of galactic disks at z ~ 0.7 (Q58489804)
  854. The buildup of the Hubble sequence in the cosmos field (Q58489801)
  855. A weak lensing study of X-ray groups in the COSMOS survey: form and evolution of the mass-luminosity relation (Q58489776)
  856. The SPLASH survey: a spectroscopic analysis of the metal-poor, low-luminosity M31 dSph satellite Andromeda X (Q58489368)
  857. A new low mass for the Hercules dSph: the end of a common mass scale for the dwarfs? (Q58489358)
  858. The RAVE survey: rich in very metal-poor stars (Q58489314)
  859. Observational properties of the metal-poor thick disk of the Milky Way and insights into its origins (Q58489263)
  860. The Sloan Lens ACS survey. VIII. The relation between environment and internal structure of early-type galaxies (Q58474436)
  861. The Spitzer Deep, Wide-Field Survey (Q58474420)
  862. The structure and dynamics of massive early-type galaxies: on homology, isothermality, and isotropy inside one effective radius (Q58474417)
  863. Hubble space telescope discovery of a z = 3.9 multiply imaged galaxy behind the complex cluster lens WARPS J1415.1+36 at z = 1.026 (Q58474410)
  864. The morphology of passively evolving galaxies at z ~ 2 from Hubble space Telescope/WFC3 deep imaging in the Hubble ultra deep field (Q58474408)
  865. Observed scaling relations for strong lensing clusters: consequences for cosmology and cluster assembly (Q58474406)
  866. The Sloan lens ACS survey. X. Stellar, dynamical, and total mass correlations of massive early-type galaxies (Q58474398)
  867. On the efficiency of the tidal stirring mechanism for the origin of dwarf spheroidals: dependence on the orbital and structural parameters of the progenitor disky dwarfs (Q58474393)
  868. Using the path code for modeling gradual SEP events in the inner heliosphere (Q58473270)
  869. The star formation law at low surface density (Q58470070)
  870. The local hosts of type Ia supernovae (Q58470067)
  871. Studying large- and small-scale environments of ultraviolet luminous galaxies (Q58470063)
  872. Luminous thermal flares from quiescent supermassive black holes (Q58470054)
  873. GALEX-SDSS catalogs for statistical studies (Q58470051)
  874. Panchromatic observations and modeling of the HV Tau C edge-on disk (Q58469804)
  875. Search for neutrinos from GRB 080319B at super-Kamiokande (Q58427084)
  876. IPHAS A-type stars with mid-infrared excesses in Spitzer surveys (Q58389397)
  877. Quiet-Sun intensity contrasts in the near-ultraviolet as measured from SUNRISE (Q58389375)
  878. Propagation of ultrahigh energy nuclei in clusters of galaxies: resulting composition and secondary emissions (Q58373761)
  879. Search for gamma ray bursts with the ARGO-YBJ detector in scaler mode (Q58370177)
  880. Mean interplanetary magnetic field measurement using the ARGO-YBJ experiment (Q58370130)
  881. Observation of the TeV gamma-ray source MGRO J1908+06 with ARGO-YBJ (Q58370118)
  882. Observation of TeV gamma rays from the unidentified source HESS J1841-055 with the ARGO-YBJ experiment (Q58370103)
  883. Study of the diffuse gamma-ray emission from the galactic plane with ARGO-YBJ (Q58370065)
  884. High-resolution timing observations of spin-powered pulsars with the AGILE gamma-ray telescope (Q58359475)
  885. Episodic transient gamma-ray emission from the microquasar Cygnus X-1 (Q58359337)
  886. The extraordinary gamma-ray flare of the blazar 3C 454.3 (Q58359326)
  887. Identification and properties of the photospheric emission in GRB090902B (Q58359171)
  888. Swift-BAT survey of Galactic sources: catalog and properties of the populations (Q58358335)
  889. Galaxy clusters in the Swift/BAT era. II. 10 more clusters detected above 15 keV (Q58358333)
  890. THENuSTAREXTRAGALACTIC SURVEY: A FIRST SENSITIVE LOOK AT THE HIGH-ENERGY COSMIC X-RAY BACKGROUND POPULATION (Q58358281)
  891. The two INTEGRAL X-ray transients IGR J17091-3624 and IGR J17098-3628: a multiwavelength long-term campaign (Q58358164)
  892. The imaging properties of the gas pixel detector as a focal plane polarimeter (Q58357706)
  893. Early phase observations of extremely luminous type Ia supernova 2009dc (Q58357623)
  894. Suzaku observations of the black hole H1743-322 in outburst (Q58357606)
  895. A multi-wavelength investigation of the unidentified gamma-ray source HESS J1708-410 (Q58357377)
  896. Fermi detection of the pulsar wind nebula HESS J1640-465 (Q58357364)
  897. First search for point sources of high-energy cosmic neutrinos with the ANTARES neutrino telescope (Q58341595)
  898. Search for cosmic neutrino point sources with four years of data from the ANTARES telescope (Q58341572)
  899. Searches for point-like and extended neutrino sources close to the Galactic Center using the ANTARES neutrino telescope (Q58341530)
  900. Upper limits on the VHE gamma-ray emission from the Willman 1 satellite galaxy with the MAGIC telescope (Q58339397)
  901. Simultaneous multiwavelength observations of Markarian 421 during outburst (Q58339396)
  902. Simultaneous multiwavelength observation of Mkn 501 in a low state in 2006 (Q58339394)
  903. Search for VHE {gamma}-ray emission from the globular cluster M13 with the magic telescope (Q58339392)
  904. Prospects for GRB science with the Fermi large area telescope (Q58339391)
  905. Periodic very high energy {gamma}-ray emission from LS I +61{deg}303 observed with the MAGIC telescope (Q58339390)
  906. Discovery of a very high energy gamma-ray signal from the 3C 66A/B region (Q58339377)
  907. Correlated X-ray and very high energy emission in the gamma-ray binary LS I +61 303 (Q58339375)
  908. Search for very high energy gamma-ray emission from pulsar-pulsar wind nebula systems with the MAGIC telescope (Q58339374)
  909. MAGIC upper limits for two milagro-detected bright Fermi sources in the region of SNR G65.1+0.6 (Q58339370)
  910. First detection of glycolaldehyde outside the Galactic Center (Q58333110)
  911. The metallicity of the HD 98800 system (Q58332147)
  912. Two exoplanets discovered at Keck observatory (Q58332143)
  913. Color bimodality in M87 globular clusters (Q58330644)
  914. A quintet of black hole mass determinations (Q58330624)
  915. Hubble space telescope images and KPNO spectroscopy of the binary black hole candidate SDSS J153636.22+044127.0 (Q58330606)
  916. The deepest Hubble space telescope color-magnitude diagram of M32. Evidence for intermediate-age populations (Q58330571)
  917. Measurements of the relative abundances of high-energy cosmic-ray nuclei in the TeV/Nucleon region (Q58323978)
  918. Development of the model of galactic interstellar emission for standard point-source analysis of Fermi large area telescope data (Q58317607)
  919. Jet formation in counterstreaming collisionless plasmas (Q58307801)
  920. Characteristics of solar meridional flows during solar cycle 23 (Q58302985)
  921. The environments of starburst and post-starburst galaxies at z = 0.4-0.8 (Q58302723)
  922. The rest-frame optical luminosity function of cluster galaxies at z < 0.8 and the assembly of the cluster red sequence (Q58302718)
  923. Superdense massive galaxies in the ESO distant cluster survey (EDisCS) (Q58302709)
  924. A transit timing analysis of nine rise light curves of the exoplanet system TrES-3 (Q58286993)
  925. WASP-24 b: A NEW TRANSITING CLOSE-IN HOT JUPITER ORBITING A LATE F-STAR (Q58286926)
  926. Ground-based multisite observations of two transits of HD 80606b (Q58286897)
  927. A cross-correlation analysis of Mg II absorption line systems and luminous red galaxies from the SDSS DR5 (Q58262287)
  928. The Leo IV dwarf spheroidal galaxy: color-magnitude diagram and pulsating stars (Q58256777)
  929. Variable stars in the Fornax dSph galaxy. III. The globular cluster Fornax 5 (Q58256774)
  930. Light curve templates and Galactic distribution of RR Lyrae stars from Sloan Digital Sky Survey stripe 82 (Q58256761)
  931. Discovery of a low-mass companion to a metal-rich f star with the MARVELS pilot project (Q58256755)
  932. Typing supernova remnants using X-ray line emission morphologies (Q58249022)
  933. Twins: the two shortest period non-interacting double degenerate white dwarf stars (Q58249020)
  934. First results from the SWARMS survey. SDSS 1257+5428: a nearby, massive white dwarf binary with a likely neutron star or black hole companion (Q58249015)
  935. The rise and fall of open solar flux during the current grand solar maximum (Q58246460)
  936. MAMBO 1.2 mm OBSERVATIONS OF LUMINOUS STARBURSTS ATz∼ 2 IN THE SWIRE FIELDS (Q58217375)
  937. Serendipity observations of far infrared cirrus emission in the Spitzer infrared nearby galaxies survey: analysis of far-infrared correlations (Q58217373)
  938. A Spitzer Unbiased Ultradeep Spectroscopic Survey (Q58217371)
  939. Ultra-deep mid-infrared spectroscopy of luminous infrared galaxies at z ~ 1 and z ~ 2 (Q58217365)
  940. Infrared luminosities and aromatic features in the 24 {mu}m flux-limited sample of 5MUSES (Q58217285)
  941. A fast new public code for computing photon orbits in a Kerr spacetime (Q58214179)
  942. The submillimeter bump in Sgr A* from relativistic MHD simulations (Q58214173)
  943. Application of a self-similar pressure profile to Sunyaev-Zel'Dovich effect data from galaxy clusters (Q58212763)
  944. LoCuSS: A COMPARISON OF SUNYAEV-ZEL'DOVICH EFFECT AND GRAVITATIONAL-LENSING MEASUREMENTS OF GALAXY CLUSTERS (Q58212755)
  945. Radio sources from a 31 GHz sky survey with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Array (Q58212735)
  946. MUSTANG high angular resolution Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect imaging of substructure in four galaxy clusters (Q58212711)
  947. The contribution of radio galaxy contamination to measurements of the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich decrement in massive galaxy clusters at 140 GHz with bolocam (Q58212677)
  948. Sunyaev-zel'dovich-measured pressure profiles from the bolocam X-Ray/SZ galaxy cluster sample (Q58212674)
  949. AMiBA WIDEBAND ANALOG CORRELATOR (Q58210362)
  950. Spitzer mapping of molecular hydrogen pure rotational lines in NGC 1333: a detailed study of feedback in star formation (Q58204283)
  951. GGD 37: an extreme protostellar outflow (Q58204195)
  952. ERRATUM: "Search for high-energy muon neutrinos from the "Naked-eye" GRB 080319B with the icecube neutrino telescope" (2009, ApJ, 701, 1721) (Q58203207)
  953. Varying alpha from n-body simulations (Q58200776)
  954. Lyα-EMITTING GALAXIES ATz= 2.1 IN ECDF-S: BUILDING BLOCKS OF TYPICAL PRESENT-DAY GALAXIES? (Q58197085)
  955. Kepler observations of three pre-launch exoplanet candidates: discovery of two eclipsing binaries and a new exoplanet (Q58197083)
  956. Evidence for spatially compact Ly{alpha} emission in z = 3.1 Ly{alpha}-emitting galaxies (Q58197076)
  957. Automated detection of galaxy-scale gravitational lenses in high-resolution imaging data (Q58196458)
  958. The velocity distribution of nearby stars from Hipparcos data. II. The nature of the low-velocity moving groups (Q58196447)
  959. The dual origin of stellar halos. II. Chemical abundances as tracers of formation history (Q58196445)
  960. Inferring the eccentricity distribution (Q58196438)
  961. Constraining the Milky way potential with a six-dimensional phase-space map of the GD-1 stellar stream (Q58196429)
  962. A systematic search for massive black hole binaries in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey spectroscopic sample (Q58196390)
  963. The June 2008 flare of Markarian 421 from optical to TeV energies (Q58073640)
  964. Multiwavelength observations of 3C 454.3. I. The AGILE 2007 November campaign on the "Crazy diamond" (Q58073636)
  965. The Whole Earth Blazar Telescope campaign on the intermediate BL Lac object 3C 66A in 2007-2008 (Q58073632)
  966. Multiwavelength observations of the gamma-ray blazar PKS 0528+134 in quiescence (Q58073505)
  967. The He-rich core-collapse supernova 2007Y: observations from X-ray to radio wavelengths (Q58059565)
  968. Type II-P supernovae from the SDSS-II Supernova Survey and the Standardized Candle Method (Q58059532)
  969. Nebular spectra and explosion asymmetry of type Ia supernovae (Q58059526)
  970. Single or double degenerate progenitors? searching for shock emission in the SDSS-II type Ia supernovae (Q58059449)
  971. The dust emissivity spectral index in the starless core TMC-1C (Q58049647)
  972. The mass-size relation from clouds to cores. I. A new probe of structure in molecular clouds (Q58049643)
  973. The effect of projection on derived mass-size and linewidth-size relationships (Q58049641)
  974. Discovery of gamma-ray emission from the shell-type supernova remnant RCW 86 with HESS (Q58046488)
  975. The close environment of 24 {mu}m galaxies at 0.6 < z < 1.0 in the cosmos field (Q58035693)
  976. COSMOS photometric redshifts with 30-Bands for 2-deg^2^ (Q58035691)
  977. The environments of active galactic nuclei within the zCOSMOS density field (Q58035683)
  978. The dependence of star formation activity on stellar mass surface density and sersic index in zCOSMOS galaxies at 0.5 < z < 0.9 compared with SDSS galaxies at 0.04 < z < 0.08 (Q58035681)
  979. Ongoing and co-evolving star formation in zCOSMOS galaxies hosting active galactic nuclei (Q58035675)
  980. The optical spectra of Spitzer 24 {mu}m galaxies in the cosmic evolution survey field. II. Faint infrared sources in the zCOSMOS-bright 10k catalog (Q58035653)
  981. THE 10k zCOSMOS: MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATION OF GALAXIES IN THE GROUP ENVIRONMENT SINCEz∼1 (Q58035617)
  982. Mass and environment as drivers of galaxy evolution in SDSS and zCOSMOS and the origin of the schechter function (Q58035604)
  983. The WHIQII survey: metallicities and spectroscopic properties of luminous compact blue galaxies (Q57984313)
  984. Study of the spectral and temporal characteristics of X-ray emission of the gamma-ray binary LS 5039 with Suzaku (Q57971291)
  985. The stability and dynamics of planets in tight binary systems (Q57954498)
  986. Searches for high-frequency variations in the ^8^B solar neutrino flux at the sudbury neutrino observatory (Q57869242)
  987. Chemodynamics of compact stellar systems in NGC 5128: how similar are globular clusters, ultra-compact dwarfs, and dwarf galaxies? (Q57854767)
  988. Water in comets 71P/Clark and C/2004 B1 (LINEAR) with Spitzer (Q57833067)
  989. The extreme microlensing event OGLE-2007-BLG-224: terrestrial parallax observation of a thick-disk brown dwarf (Q57830217)
  990. Physical properties of the 0.94-Day period transiting planetary system WASP-18 (Q57830200)
  991. Masses and orbital constraints for the OGLE-2006-BLG-109Lb,c Jupiter/Saturn analog planetary system (Q57830191)
  992. Frequency of solar-like systems and of ice and gas giants beyond the snow line from high-magnification microlensing events in 2005-2008 (Q57830179)
  993. OGLE-2005-BLG-153: microlensing discovery and characterization of a very low mass binary (Q57830175)
  994. Nearby supernova factory observations of SN 2007if: first total mass measurement of a Super-Chandrasekhar-Mass progenitor (Q57828327)
  995. Imaging the solar tachocline by time-distance helioseismology (Q57815145)
  996. The outer disk of the Milky Way seen in {lambda}21 cm absorption (Q57808090)
  997. High-resolution X-ray observations of the pulsar wind nebula associated with the gamma-ray source HESS J1640-465 (Q57808083)
  998. High-resolution X-ray imaging of supernova remnant 1987A (Q57808076)
  999. High resolution 36 GHz imaging of the supernova remnant of SN 1987A (Q57808074)
  1000. Faraday rotation structure on kiloparsec scales in the radio lobes of Centaurus A (Q57808071)
  1001. Discovery of the energetic pulsar J1747-2809 in the supernova remnant G0.9+0.1 (Q57808065)
  1002. Chandra and XMM observations of the composite supernova remnant G327.1-1.1 (Q57808056)
  1003. A proper motion for the pulsar wind nebula G359.23-0.82, the "Mouse," associated with the energetic radio pulsar J1747-2958 (Q57808051)
  1004. Visibility stacking in the quest for type Ia supernova radio emission (Q57808005)
  1005. Chasing the Identification of ASCA Galactic Objects (ChIcAGO): an X-ray survey of unidentified sources in the Galactic Plane. I. Source sample and initial results (Q57807694)
  1006. Radio polarization observations of the snail: a crushed pulsar wind nebula in G327.1-1.1 with a highly ordered magnetic field (Q57807568)
  1007. First-year Sloan digital sky Survey-II (SDSS-II) supernova results: constraints on nonstandard cosmological models (Q57769755)
  1008. The ellipticities of cluster early-type galaxies from z ~ 1 to z ~ 0: no evolution in the overall distribution of bulge-to-disk ratios (Q57768244)
  1009. The ACS Fornax cluster survey. V. Measurement and recalibration of surface brightness fluctuations and a precise value of the Fornax-Virgo relative distance (Q57768241)
  1010. The color-magnitude relation for metal-poor globular clusters in M87: confirmation from deep HST/ACS imaging (Q57768226)
  1011. The ACS Fornax cluster survey. IX. The color-magnitude relation of globular cluster systems (Q57768207)
  1012. The advanced camera for surveys Fornax cluster survey. VII. Half-light radii of globular clusters in early-type galaxies (Q57768195)
  1013. Ultra-compact dwarfs in the core of the Coma cluster (Q57768186)
  1014. z∼ 7 GALAXY CANDIDATES FROM NICMOS OBSERVATIONS OVER THE HDF-SOUTH AND THE CDF-SOUTH AND HDF-NORTH GOODS FIELDS (Q57768178)
  1015. The "True" column density distribution in star-forming molecular clouds (Q57757433)
  1016. The perils of clumpfind: the mass spectrum of substructures in molecular clouds (Q57757423)
  1017. The angular momentum of magnetized molecular cloud cores: a Two-dimensional-Three-dimensional comparison (Q57757412)
  1018. Star formation in the Taurus filament L 1495: from dense cores to stars (Q57757408)
  1019. From the convergence of filaments to disk-outflow accretion: massive star formation in W33A (Q57757405)
  1020. The X-ray cluster normalization of the matter power spectrum (Q57746250)
  1021. Precision measurements of the cluster red sequence using an error-corrected gaussian mixture model (Q57746245)
  1022. Constraining the scatter in the mass-richness relation of maxBCG clusters with weak lensing and X-ray data (Q57746232)
  1023. Accretion shocks in clusters of galaxies and their SZ signature from cosmological simulations (Q57746228)
  1024. Massive halos in millennium gas simulations: multivariate scaling relations (Q57746219)
  1025. LoCuSS: A COMPARISON OF CLUSTER MASS MEASUREMENTS FROMXMM-NEWTONAND SUBARU—TESTING DEVIATION FROM HYDROSTATIC EQUILIBRIUM AND NON-THERMAL PRESSURE SUPPORT (Q57746214)
  1026. Cosmological constraints from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey maxBCG cluster catalog (Q57746205)
  1027. Extrinsic sources of scatter in the richness-mass relation of galaxy clusters (Q57746179)
  1028. Search for high-energy muon neutrinos from the "Naked-eye" GRB 080319B with the IceCube neutrino telescope (Q57740462)
  1029. Search for muon neutrinos from gamma-ray bursts with the IceCube neutrino telescope (Q57740412)
  1030. Searches for extended and point-like neutrino sources with four years of IceCube data (Q57739961)
  1031. The first combined search for neutrino point-sources in the southern hemisphere with the ANTARES and IceCube neutrino telescopes (Q57739831)
  1032. Lowering IceCube's energy threshold for point source searches in the southern sky (Q57739827)
  1033. The northern wraps of the Sagittarius stream as traced by red clump stars: distances, intrinsic widths, and stellar densities (Q57730210)
  1034. The globular cluster NGC 2419: a crucible for theories of gravity (Q57730162)
  1035. The mid-infrared narrow-line Baldwin effect revealed by Spitzer (Q57710980)
  1036. The extreme star formation activity of Arp 299 revealed by Spitzer IRS spectral mapping (Q57710976)
  1037. The Great Observatories All-sky LIRG Survey: comparison of ultraviolet and far-infrared properties (Q57710961)
  1038. Energetic particle observations and propagation in the three-dimensional heliosphere during the 2006 December events (Q57709431)
  1039. Statistics of density fluctuations during the transition from the outer solar Corona to the interplanetary space (Q57695886)
  1040. Persistent and self-similar large-scale density fluctuations in the solar Corona (Q57695881)
  1041. THE [O II] λ3727 LUMINOSITY FUNCTION ATz∼ 1 (Q57687203)
  1042. Radial distribution of stars, gas, and dust in SINGS galaxies. II. Derived dust properties (Q57687187)
  1043. Radial distribution of stars, gas, and dust in SINGS galaxies. I. Surface photometry and morphology (Q57687163)
  1044. Dust-corrected star formation rates of galaxies. I. Combinations of H{alpha} and infrared tracers (Q57687154)
  1045. A spectroscopically confirmed excess of 24 {mu}m sources in a super galaxy group at z = 0.37: enhanced dusty star formation relative to the cluster and field environment (Q57687146)
  1046. Enhanced dense gas fraction in ultraluminous infrared galaxies (Q57687138)
  1047. Total infrared luminosity estimation of resolved and unresolved galaxies (Q57687114)
  1048. The calibration of monochromatic far-infrared star formation rate indicators (Q57687099)
  1049. Dust-obscured star formation in intermediate redshift galaxy clusters (Q57687082)
  1050. Stellar populations of elliptical galaxies in the local universe (Q57687073)
  1051. PRIMUS: enhanced specific star formation rates in close galaxy pairs (Q57687017)
  1052. A comprehensive X-ray spectral analysis of the Seyfert 1.5 NGC 3227 (Q57676329)
  1053. Structure of the accretion flow in broad-line radio galaxies: the case of 3C 390.3 (Q57676326)
  1054. Short-term variability and power spectral density analysis of the radio-loud active galactic nucleus 3C 390.3 (Q57676322)
  1055. Chandra detection of a parsec scale wind in the broad-line radio galaxy 3C 382 (Q57676320)
  1056. Significant X-ray line emission in the 5-6 keV band of NGC 4051 (Q57676312)
  1057. Discovery of ultra-fast outflows in a sample of broad-line radio galaxies observed with Suzaku (Q57676306)
  1058. The infrared spectra of very large irregular polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs): observational probes of astronomical PAH geometry, size, and charge (Q57673887)
  1059. The inhomogeneous background of H_2_-Dissociating radiation during cosmic reionization (Q57672421)
  1060. The ultraviolet spectrum and physical properties of the mass donor star in HD 226868 = Cygnus X-1 (Q57659210)
  1061. The star formation histories of red-sequence galaxies, Mass-to-Light ratios and the fundamental plane (Q57651756)
  1062. Concerning the phases of the annual variations of nuclear decay rates (Q57648593)
  1063. Unveiling the nature of submillimeter galaxy SXDF 850.6 (Q57640554)
  1064. ERRATUM: "Unveiling the nature of submillimeter galaxy SXDF 850.6" (2010, ApJ, 711, 974) (Q57640548)
  1065. Discovery of extended X-ray emission around the highly magnetic RRAT J1819-1458 (Q57636439)
  1066. The propagation of uncertainties in stellar population synthesis modeling. I. The relevance of uncertain aspects of stellar evolution and the initial mass function to the derived physical properties of galaxies (Q57630789)
  1067. The Coyote Universe. II. Cosmological models and precision emulation of the nonlinear matter power spectrum (Q57630787)
  1068. The coyote universe. III. Simulation suite and precision emulator for the nonlinear matter power spectrum (Q57630749)
  1069. The coyote universe. I. Precision determination of the nonlinear matter power spectrum (Q57630746)
  1070. Particle mesh simulations of the Ly{alpha} forest and the signature of baryon acoustic oscillations in the intergalactic medium (Q57630740)
  1071. A new statistic for analyzing baryon acoustic oscillations (Q57630732)
  1072. A photodissociation model for the morphology of H I near OB associations in M33 (Q57630386)
  1073. A new method for obtaining the star formation law in galaxies (Q57630381)
  1074. Observations of the Crab pulsar between 25 and 100 GeV with the MAGIC I telescope (Q57628477)
  1075. Dynamical masses of early-type galaxies at z ~ 2: are they truly superdense? (Q57602961)
  1076. Formation conditions of enceladus and origin of its methane reservoir (Q57595638)
  1077. The optical depth of white-light flare continuum (Q57587681)
  1078. On the possible existence of short-period g-mode instabilities powered by nuclear-burning shells in post-asymptotic giant branch h-deficient (PG1159-Type) stars (Q57586407)
  1079. New evolutionary sequences for hot h-deficient white dwarfs on the basis of a full account of progenitor evolution (Q57586403)
  1080. New cooling sequences for old white dwarfs (Q57586401)
  1081. Diverse kinematic signatures from reverberation mapping of the broad-line region in AGNs (Q57586283)
  1082. Reverberation mapping measurements of black hole masses in six local Seyfert galaxies (Q57586265)
  1083. Eleven years of radio monitoring of the type IIn supernova SN 1995N (Q57580973)
  1084. Multi-wavelength properties of the type IIb SN 2008ax (Q57580955)
  1085. Discovery of twin Wolf-Rayet stars powering double ring nebulae (Q57580924)
  1086. Detailed classification of Swift's gamma-ray bursts (Q57579372)
  1087. Discovery of a new soft gamma repeater, SGR J1833-0832 (Q57579340)
  1088. The afterglows of swift-era gamma-ray bursts. I. Comparing pre-Swift and swift-era Long/Soft (Type II) GRB optical afterglows (Q57579336)
  1089. GRB 090313 and the origin of optical peaks in gamma-ray burst light curves: implications for Lorentz factors and radio flares (Q57579310)
  1090. The highly energetic expansion of SN 2010bh associated with GRB 100316D (Q57579140)
  1091. Simulation of flux emergence from the convection zone to the Corona (Q57558540)
  1092. Discovery of rotational braking in the magnetic helium-strong star sigma Orionis E (Q57552245)
  1093. A multiphase Suzaku study of x-rays from {tau} Sco (Q57552242)
  1094. Massive star formation of the Sgr A East H II regions near the Galactic Center (Q57551837)
  1095. Properties of galactic cirrus clouds observed by BOOMERANG (Q57549233)
  1096. Isotropic gamma-ray background: cosmic-ray-induced albedo from debris in the solar system? (Q57541825)
  1097. The phosphorus, sulfur, argon, and calcium isotopic composition of the galactic cosmic ray source (Q57541823)
  1098. Discovery of pulsed {gamma}-rays from the young radio pulsar PSR J1028-5819 with the Fermi large area telescope (Q57541819)
  1099. Simultaneous observations of PKS 2155-304 with HESS, Fermi, RXTE, and ATOM: spectral energy distributions and variability in a low state (Q57541817)
  1100. Pulsed gamma rays from the millisecond pulsar J0030+0451 with the Fermi Large Area Telescope (Q57541805)
  1101. Fermi/Large Area Telescope discovery of gamma-ray emission from a relativistic jet in the narrow-line quasar PMN J0948+0022 (Q57541802)
  1102. Early Fermi gamma-ray space telescope observations of the quasar 3C 454.3 (Q57541796)
  1103. Pulsed gamma-rays from PSR J2021+3651 with the Fermi Large Area Telescope (Q57541788)
  1104. Fermi LAT observations of LS I +61{deg}303: first detection of an orbital modulation in GeV gamma rays (Q57541785)
  1105. Fermi observations of GRB 090902B: a distinct spectral component in the prompt and delayed emission (Q57541772)
  1106. Fermi LAT discovery of extended gamma-ray emission in the direction of supernova remnant W51C (Q57541770)
  1107. Radio-loud narrow-line Seyfert 1 as a new class of gamma-ray active galactic nuclei (Q57541765)
  1108. Multiwavelength monitoring of the enigmatic narrow-line Seyfert 1 PMN J0948+0022 in 2009 March-July (Q57541762)
  1109. Fermi observations of high-energy gamma-ray emission from GRB 080825C (Q57541752)
  1110. Fermi Large Area Telescope gamma-ray detection of the radio galaxy M87 (Q57541747)
  1111. Fermi large area telescope detection of pulsed {gamma}-rays from the vela-like pulsars PSR J1048-5832 and PSR J2229+6114 (Q57541744)
  1112. Gamma-ray and radio properties of six pulsars detected by the Fermi large area telescope (Q57541741)
  1113. Fermi large area telescope observations of the Crab pulsar and nebula (Q57541737)
  1114. Discovery of very high energy gamma rays from PKS 1424+240 and multiwavelength constraints on its redshift (Q57541733)
  1115. Swift and Fermi observations of the early afterglow of the short gamma-ray burst 090510 (Q57541730)
  1116. PKS 1502+106: a new and distant gamma-ray blazar in outburst discovered by the Fermi large area telescope (Q57541722)
  1117. Fermi observations of Cassiopeia and Cepheus: diffuse gamma-ray emission in the outer galaxy (Q57541713)
  1118. Detection of gamma-ray emission from the starburst galaxies M82 and NGC 253 with the large area telescope on Fermi (Q57541711)
  1119. Observations of Milky Way dwarf spheroidal galaxies with the fermi-large area telescope detector and constraints on dark matter models (Q57541700)
  1120. Observation of supernova remnant IC 443 with the Fermi large area telescope (Q57541697)
  1121. Fermi detection of delayed GeV emission from the short gamma-ray burst 081024B (Q57541691)
  1122. The first Fermi Large Area Telescope catalog of gamma-ray pulsars (Q57541687)
  1123. Fermi-large area telescope observations of the exceptional gamma-ray outbursts of 3C 273 in 2009 September (Q57541673)
  1124. The spectral energy distribution of Fermi bright blazars (Q57541663)
  1125. Suzaku observations of luminous quasars: revealing the nature of high-energy blazar emission in low-level activity states (Q57541661)
  1126. Fermi Large Area Telescope First Source Catalog (Q57541655)
  1127. The Fermi-LAT high-latitude survey: source count distributions and the origin of the extragalactic diffuse background (Q57541645)
  1128. Fermi large area telescope observations of misaligned active galactic nuclei (Q57541641)
  1129. Fermi large area telescope observations of gamma-ray pulsars PSR J1057-5226, J1709-4429, and J1952+3252 (Q57541639)
  1130. Fermi large area telescope and multi-wavelength observations of the flaring activity of PKS 1510-089 between 2008 September and 2009 June (Q57541631)
  1131. Fermi gamma-ray space telescope observations of gamma-ray outbursts from 3C 454.3 in 2009 December and 2010 April (Q57541630)
  1132. Fermi gamma-ray space telescope observations of the gamma-ray outburst from 3C454.3 in November 2010 (Q57541574)
  1133. A statistical approach to recognizing source classes for unassociated sources in the first Fermi-LAT catalog (Q57541510)
  1134. Constraints on the galactic population of TeV pulsar wind nebulae using Fermi large area telescope observations (Q57541473)
  1135. The second Fermi large area telescope catalog of gamma-ray pulsars (Q57541469)
  1136. The first Fermi-LAT catalog of sources above 10 GeV (Q57541454)
  1137. Fermi Large Area Telescope third source catalog (Q57541422)
  1138. The first Fermi LAT supernova remnant catalog (Q57541401)
  1139. Fermi-LAT observations of the LIGO event GW150914 (Q57541372)
  1140. An inner gaseous disk around the Herbig Be star MWC 147 (Q57531760)
  1141. The Spitzer infrared nearby galaxies survey: a high-resolution spectroscopy anthology (Q57524321)
  1142. Discovery, photometry, and kinematics of planetary nebulae in M 82 (Q57524318)
  1143. The Spitzer Local Volume Legacy: survey description and infrared photometry (Q57524316)
  1144. The wyoming survey for h{alpha}. II. H{alpha} luminosity functions at z ~~ 0.16, 0.24, 0.32, and 0.40 (Q57524313)
  1145. An aromatic inventory of the local volume (Q57524311)
  1146. BLAST: resolving the cosmic submillimeter background (Q57518500)
  1147. Inflating hot jupiters with ohmic dissipation (Q57486632)
  1148. HAT-P-16b: A 4MJPLANET TRANSITING A BRIGHT STAR ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT, (Q57481927)
  1149. HAT-P-12b: A LOW-DENSITY SUB-SATURN MASS PLANET TRANSITING A METAL-POOR K DWARF (Q57481911)
  1150. Discovery of a transiting planet and eight eclipsing binaries in HATNet field G205 (Q57481900)
  1151. Simultaneous multi-wavelength observations of Sgr A* during 2007 April 1-11 (Q57458920)
  1152. Further constraints on thermal quiescent X-ray emission from SAX J1808.4-3658 (Q57458915)
  1153. Formation of black hole X-ray binaries in globular clusters (Q57458901)
  1154. Discovery of a second transient low-mass X-ray binary in the globular cluster NGC 6440 (Q57458898)
  1155. Arecibo pulsar survey using ALFA: probing radio pulsar intermittency and transients (Q57450585)
  1156. Spitzer-IRS study of the Antennae galaxies NGC 4038/39 (Q57450304)
  1157. The importance of nebular continuum and line emission in observations of young massive star clusters (Q57450302)
  1158. A search for star-disk interaction among the strongest X-ray flaring stars in the Orion nebula cluster (Q57445313)
  1159. A Suzaku search for nonthermal emission at hard X-ray energies in the Coma cluster (Q57444980)
  1160. XMM-Newton observation of the northwest radio relic region in A3667 (Q57444979)
  1161. Kinematic properties and stellar populations of faint early-type galaxies. II. Line-strength measurements of central Coma galaxies (Q57444302)
  1162. NuSTARSTUDY OF HARD X-RAY MORPHOLOGY AND SPECTROSCOPY OF PWN G21.5–0.9 (Q57442167)
  1163. Deep Chandra observations of the crab-like pulsar wind nebula G54.1+0.3 and Spitzer spectroscopy of the associated infrared shell (Q57440760)
  1164. Efficient cosmic ray acceleration, hydrodynamics, and self-consistent thermal X-ray emission applied to supernova remnant RX J1713.7-3946 (Q57440449)
  1165. Dust destruction in a non-radiative shock in the Cygnus Loop supernova remnant (Q57440270)
  1166. Steady X-ray synchrotron emission in the northeastern limb of SN 1006 (Q57438535)
  1167. Light scattering from exoplanet oceans and atmospheres (Q57438433)
  1168. Non-thermal emission from the photospheres of gamma-ray burst outflows. I. High-frequency tails (Q57438216)
  1169. Viscous and resistive effects on the magnetorotational instability with a net toroidal field (Q57423243)
  1170. First neutrino point-source results from the 22 string icecube detector (Q57379984)
  1171. Solar variability from 240 to 1750 nm in terms of faculae brightening and sunspot darkening from SCIAMACHY (Q57373398)
  1172. Differential proper-motion study of the circumstellar dust shell of the enigmatic object, HD 179821 (Q57318320)
  1173. Molecular signatures in the near-infrared dayside spectrum of HD 189733b (Q57309675)
  1174. The role of planet accretion in creating the next generation of red giant rapid rotators (Q57309673)
  1175. Absolute properties of the low-mass eclipsing binary CM Draconis (Q57258123)
  1176. Protoplanetary disk resonances and type I migration (Q57088572)
  1177. Characterizing habitable exomoons (Q57073531)
  1178. Stacked search for gravitational waves from the 2006 Sgr 1900+14 storm (Q56978007)
  1179. Search for gravitational-wave inspiral signals associated with short gamma-ray bursts during LIGO's fifth and virgo's first science run (Q56977939)
  1180. Searches for gravitational waves from known pulsars with science run 5 LIGO data (Q56977882)
  1181. X-ray spectral variations in the youngest galactic supernova remnant G1.9+0.3 (Q56977128)
  1182. X-ray pulsations from the radio-quiet gamma-ray pulsar in CTA 1 (Q56949383)
  1183. AGILE observations of the "Soft" gamma-ray pulsar PSR B1509-58 (Q56949353)
  1184. Optical cross-correlation filters: an economical approach for identifying SNe Ia and estimating their redshifts (Q56943111)
  1185. Ultra-bright optical transients are linked with type IC supernovae (Q56943047)
  1186. Precision determination of atmospheric extinction at optical and near-infrared wavelengths (Q56943039)
  1187. The Splash survey: a spectroscopic portrait of Andromeda's giant southern stream (Q56940986)
  1188. Lifting the dusty veil with near- and mid-infrared photometry. II. A large-scale study of the galactic infrared extinction law (Q56940967)
  1189. A Two Micron All Sky Survey view of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. VI. s-process and titanium abundance variations along the Sagittarius stream (Q56940955)
  1190. Spitzer infrared spectrograph observations of class I/II objects in Taurus: composition and thermal history of the circumstellar ices (Q56935826)
  1191. The mass-loss return from evolved stars to the Large Magellanic Cloud. II. Dust properties for oxygen-rich asymptotic giant branch stars (Q56935774)
  1192. Modeling the star-forming universe at z = 2: impact of cold accretion flows (Q56934143)
  1193. UV-dropout galaxies in the Goods-South field from WFC3 Early Release Science observations (Q56934063)
  1194. The Massive-black-hole-Velocity-dispersion relation and the halo baryon fraction: a case for positive active galactic nucleus feedback (Q56934059)
  1195. The luminosity, mass, and age distributions of compact star clusters in M83 based on Hubble space Telescope/Wide field camera 3 observations (Q56934055)
  1196. Supernova remnants and the interstellar medium of M83: imaging and photometry with the wide field camera 3 on the Hubble space telescope (Q56934042)
  1197. Can the excess in the Fe XXVI ly{gamma} line from the galactic center provide evidence for 17 keV sterile neutrinos? (Q56933926)
  1198. On the anticorrelation between galaxy light concentration and X-ray-to-Optical flux ratio (Q56924633)
  1199. Dynamical evolution of AGN host galaxies--gas in/out-flow rates in seven NUGA galaxies (Q56915491)
  1200. Spatially resolved 3 {mu}m spectroscopy of Elias 1: origin of diamonds in protoplanetary disks (Q56909649)
  1201. Dust extinction in high-z galaxies with gamma-ray burst afterglow spectroscopy: the 2175 {AA} feature at z = 2.45 (Q56909641)
  1202. Lyα RADIATIVE TRANSFER WITH DUST: ESCAPE FRACTIONS FROM SIMULATED HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES (Q56909625)
  1203. Dust and the type II-plateau Supernova 2004et (Q56909617)
  1204. First earth-based detection of a superbolide on Jupiter (Q56882340)
  1205. KEPLER-4b: A HOT NEPTUNE-LIKE PLANET OF A G0 STAR NEAR MAIN-SEQUENCE TURNOFF (Q56882309)
  1206. The proposed giant planet orbiting VB 10 does not exist (Q56882308)
  1207. The blue tip of the stellar locus: measuring reddening with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Q56882136)
  1208. The NIRSPEC ultracool dwarf radial velocity survey (Q56882133)
  1209. Near-infrared spectroscopy of low-mass X-ray binaries: accretion disk contamination and compact object mass determination in V404 Cyg and Cen X-4 (Q56882126)
  1210. Young stellar objects and triggered star formation in the Vulpecula OB association (Q56882123)
  1211. Morphologies of local Lyman break galaxy analogs. II. A comparison with galaxies at z {sime} 2-4 in ACS and WFC3 images of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field (Q56882122)
  1212. Stability of the directly imaged multiplanet system HR 8799: resonance and masses (Q56882119)
  1213. Measuring the spin of the primary black hole in OJ287 (Q56882117)
  1214. WASP-19b: THE SHORTEST PERIOD TRANSITING EXOPLANET YET DISCOVERED (Q56882114)
  1215. Substellar-mass companions to the K-dwarf BD+14 4559 and the K-giants HD 240210 and BD+20 2457 (Q56882113)
  1216. The first VLBI detection of an ultracool dwarf: implications for the detectability of sub-stellar companions (Q56882112)
  1217. A volume-limited sample of 63 M7-M9.5 dwarfs. I. Space motion, kinematic age, and lithium (Q56882110)
  1218. Eleven exoplanet host star angular diameters from the chara array (Q56882105)
  1219. Independent confirmation and refined parameters of the hot Jupiter XO-5b (Q56882103)
  1220. Microlensing event MOA-2007-BLG-400: exhuming the buried signature of a cool, Jovian-mass planet (Q56882102)
  1221. Discovery of a giant Ly{alpha} emitter near the reionization epoch (Q56882100)
  1222. A planet in a 0.6 AU orbit around the K0 giant HD 102272 (Q56882097)
  1223. The least-luminous galaxy: spectroscopy of the Milky Way satellite Segue 1 (Q56882095)
  1224. HAT-P-9b: A LOW-DENSITY PLANET TRANSITING A MODERATELY FAINT F STAR (Q56882094)
  1225. Photodesorption of ices. II. H_2_ O and D_2_O (Q56874197)
  1226. The HD 40307 planetary system: super-Earths or mini-Neptunes? (Q56864925)
  1227. Distance and proper motion measurement of the red supergiant, s Persei, with VLBI H_2_ O maser astrometry (Q56864865)
  1228. No neutron star companion to the lowest mass SDSS white dwarf (Q56805965)
  1229. First orbital solution for the non-thermal emitter Cyg OB2 no. 9 (Q56779391)
  1230. A redshift for the intermediate-mass black hole candidate HLX-1: confirmation of its association with the galaxy ESO 243-49 (Q56706287)
  1231. Chandra and Swift follow-up observations of the intermediate-mass black hole in ESO 243-49 (Q56706280)
  1232. Chandra HETG observations of the colliding stellar wind system WR 147 (Q56701089)
  1233. Parameter constraints for high-energy models of colliding winds of massive stars: the case WR 147 (Q56701085)
  1234. Chandra observations of WR 147 reveal a double X-ray source (Q56701082)
  1235. Protoplanetary disk evolution around the triggered star-forming region Cepheus B (Q56699521)
  1236. The debris disk around HR 8799 (Q56699334)
  1237. Transit lightcurves of extrasolar planets orbiting rapidly rotating stars (Q56681401)
  1238. New X-ray observations of the old nova CP Puppis and of the more recent nova V351 Puppis (Q56679311)
  1239. A stellar rotation census of B stars: from ZAMS to TAMS (Q56675873)
  1240. Formation of the terrestrial planets from a narrow annulus (Q56674473)
  1241. The Cepheid period-luminosity relation (The leavitt law) at mid-infrared wavelengths. III. Cepheids in NGC 6822 (Q56658479)
  1242. On the oxygen and nitrogen chemical abundances and the evolution of the "Green pea" galaxies (Q56639886)
  1243. An infrared nebula associated with {delta} Cephei: evidence of mass loss? (Q56626216)
  1244. On the relative constancy of the solar wind mass flux at 1 AU (Q56625793)
  1245. On the formation of hot DQ white dwarfs (Q56624757)
  1246. Kernel phase in fizeau interferometry (Q56623205)
  1247. A volume-limited sample of 63 M7-M9.5 dwarfs. II. Activity, magnetism, and the fade of the rotation-dominated dynamo (Q56609708)
  1248. SPT-CL J0546-5345: a massive z>1 galaxy cluster selected via the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect with the south pole telescope (Q56603078)
  1249. Optical redshift and richness estimates for galaxy clusters selected with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect from 2008 south pole telescope observations (Q56603077)
  1250. Galaxy clusters selected with the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect from 2008 south pole telescope observations (Q56603076)
  1251. Galaxy clusters discovered with a Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect survey (Q56603075)
  1252. GRB 080503: implications of a naked short gamma-ray burst dominated by extended emission (Q56602516)
  1253. Detection of water ICE grains on the surface of the circumstellar disk around HD 142527 (Q56601852)
  1254. Angular diameters of the Hyades giants measured with the CHARA array (Q56601823)
  1255. The survival of dark matter halos in the cluster Cl 0024+16 (Q56555949)
  1256. The nature of dusty starburst galaxies in a rich cluster at z = 0.4: the progenitors of lenticulars? (Q56555938)
  1257. The mid-infrared view of red sequence galaxies in Abell 2218 with AKARI (Q56555927)
  1258. The Chandra deep protocluster survey: Ly{alpha} blobs are powered by heating, not cooling (Q56555913)
  1259. Mid-infrared spectroscopy of submillimeter galaxies: extended star formation in massive high-redshift galaxies (Q56555870)
  1260. Infrared spectrograph spectroscopy and multi-wavelength study of luminous star-forming galaxies at z =~ 1.9 (Q56555853)
  1261. Hubble space telescope observations of a spectacular new strong-lensing galaxy cluster: MACS J1149.5+2223 at z = 0.544 (Q56555839)
  1262. Do submillimeter galaxies really trace the most massive dark-matter halos? discovery of a high-z cluster in a highly active phase of evolution (Q56555831)
  1263. Detection of far-infrared and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon emission from the cosmic eye: probing the dust and star formation of Lyman break galaxies (Q56555825)
  1264. A mid-infrared imaging survey of submillimeter-selected galaxies with the Spitzer Space Telescope (Q56555430)
  1265. A 100 kpc INVERSE COMPTON X-RAY HALO AROUND 4C 60.07 ATz= 3.79 (Q56555378)
  1266. Ultra deep AKARI observations of Abell 2218: resolving the 15 {mu}m extragalactic background light (Q56555306)
  1267. The LABOCA survey of the Extended Chandra Deep Field South: two modes of star formation in active galactic nucleus hosts? (Q56554511)
  1268. Most submillimeter galaxies are major mergers (Q56554092)
  1269. A LABOCA survey of the extended Chandra deep field South--Submillimeter properties of near-infrared selected galaxies (Q56552903)
  1270. A super-earth orbiting the nearby sun-like star HD 1461 (Q56535013)
  1271. HST/NICMOS detection of HR 8799 b in 1998 (Q56533365)
  1272. A trigonometric parallax of Sgr B2 (Q56506227)
  1273. The extension of the transition temperature plasma into the lower Galactic halo (Q56506224)
  1274. The mass profile of the galaxy to 80 kpc (Q56506222)
  1275. Subaru high-resolution spectroscopy of Star G in the Tycho supernova remnant (Q56487917)
  1276. Near-ultraviolet properties of a large sample of type Ia supernovae as observed with the Swift UVOT (Q56487682)
  1277. Interstellar extinction law toward the Galactic Center III: J, H, K_S_Bands in the 2MASS and the MKO systems, and 3.6, 4.5, 5.8, 8.0 {mu}m in the Spitzer/IRAC system (Q56482894)
  1278. A super-Earth and two Neptunes orbiting the nearby Sun-like star 61 Virginis (Q56482810)
  1279. Toward relativistic orbit fitting of Galactic Center stars and pulsars (Q56482732)
  1280. A Spitzer transmission spectrum for the exoplanet GJ 436b, evidence for stellar variability, and constraints on dayside flux variations (Q56482223)
  1281. Secular evolution of HD 12661: a system caught at an unlikely time (Q56481727)
  1282. On the ages of planetary systems with mean-motion resonances (Q56481725)
  1283. Arecibo PALFA survey and Einstein@Home: binary pulsar discovery by volunteer computing (Q56481453)
  1284. On pulsar distance measurements and their uncertainties (Q56446064)
  1285. The last gasp of gas giant planet formation: a Spitzer study of the 5 Myr old cluster NGC 2362 (Q56445902)
  1286. Possible stellar streams in the edge-on spiral NGC 891 discovered from kinematics of planetary nebulae (Q56445817)
  1287. Exotic metal molecules in oxygen-rich envelopes: detection of AlOH (X^1^{Sigma}^+^) in VY Canis Majoris (Q56445008)
  1288. Millimeter detection of AlO (X ^2^{Sigma}^+^): metal oxide chemistry in the envelope of VY Canis Majoris (Q56444981)
  1289. On the nature of the prototype luminous blue variable AG Carinae. I. Fundamental parameters during visual minimum phases and changes in the bolometric luminosity during the S-Dor cycle (Q56444846)
  1290. The NGC 404 nucleus: star cluster and possible intermediate-mass black hole (Q56443384)
  1291. NGC 404: a rejuvenated lenticular galaxy on a merger-induced, blueward excursion into the green valley (Q56443382)
  1292. The dual origin of stellar halos (Q56443274)
  1293. Pre-spectroscopic false-positive elimination of Kepler planet candidates (Q56442268)
  1294. The asteroseismic potential of Kepler: first results for solar-type stars (Q56442264)
  1295. Selection, prioritization, and characteristics of Kepler target stars (Q56442263)
  1296. Generalized milankovitch cycles and long-term climatic habitability (Q56423845)
  1297. Discovery of a close substellar companion to the hot subdwarf star HD 149382--The decisive influence of substellar objects on late stellar evolution (Q56387251)
  1298. The 2008 luminous optical transient in the nearby galaxy NGC 300 (Q56385244)
  1299. The NGC 300 transient: an alternative method for measuring progenitor masses (Q56385243)
  1300. The Sloan lens ACS survey. IX. Colors, lensing, and stellar masses of early-type galaxies (Q56384515)
  1301. Astrophysical fluid dynamics via direct statistical simulation (Q56331242)
  1302. Perturbations of intermediate-mass black holes on stellar orbits in the Galactic Center (Q56289140)
  1303. On the possible association of ultra high energy cosmic rays with nearby active galaxies (Q56287094)
  1304. PAndAS’ CUBS: DISCOVERY OF TWO NEW DWARF GALAXIES IN THE SURROUNDINGS OF THE ANDROMEDA AND TRIANGULUM GALAXIES (Q56269173)
  1305. The star formation history and extended structure of the Hercules Milky Way satellite (Q56269168)
  1306. A Spitzer study of asymptotic giant branch stars. III. Dust production and gas return in Local Group dwarf irregular galaxies (Q56269166)
  1307. Pulsating variable stars in the Coma Berenices dwarf spheroidal galaxy (Q56269165)
  1308. Isolated Wolf-Rayet stars and O supergiants in the Galactic Center region identified via Paschen-{alpha} excess (Q56268183)
  1309. A larger estimate of the entropy of the universe (Q56267369)
  1310. The low-mass initial mass function in the 30 Doradus starburst cluster (Q56225035)
  1311. A sample of candidate radio stars in FIRST and SDSS (Q56224568)
  1312. Hot horizontal branch stars in {omega} Centauri: clues about their origin from the cluster color magnitude diagram (Q56212373)
  1313. New observational constraints on the {upsilon} Andromedae system with data from the Hubble Space Telescope and Hobby-Eberly Telescope (Q56210119)
  1314. Physical characteristics and non-keplerian orbital motion of "Propeller" moons embedded in saturn's rings (Q56170515)
  1315. THEM-σ ANDM-LRELATIONS IN GALACTIC BULGES, AND DETERMINATIONS OF THEIR INTRINSIC SCATTER (Q56169483)
  1316. Five long-period extrasolar planets in eccentric orbits from the Magellan planet search program (Q56169355)
  1317. Variability timescales in the M87 jet: signatures of e ^2^ losses, discovery of a quasi period in HST-1, and the site of TeV flaring (Q56169323)
  1318. Five planets and an independent confirmation of HD 196885Ab from Lick observatory (Q56169003)
  1319. Observations of main-sequence stars and limits on exozodiacal dust with nulling interferometry (Q56144418)
  1320. MMT/AO 5 μm IMAGING CONSTRAINTS ON THE EXISTENCE OF GIANT PLANETS ORBITING FOMALHAUT AT ∼13-40 AU (Q56138959)
  1321. Detection of gamma-ray emission from the eta-Carinae region (Q56114570)
  1322. A wide-field high-resolution H I mosaic of Messier 31. I. Opaque atomic gas and star formation rate density (Q56112711)
  1323. WASP-29b: A SATURN-SIZED TRANSITING EXOPLANET (Q56083639)
  1324. VLBA determination of the distance to nearby star-forming regions. IV. A preliminary distance to the Proto-Herbig AeBe star EC 95 in the Serpens core (Q56061492)
  1325. BIMA N_2_H^+^ 1-0 mapping observations of L183: fragmentation and spin-up in a collapsing, magnetized, rotating, prestellar core (Q56061467)
  1326. A possible period for the k-band brightening episodes of GX 17+2 (Q56061458)
  1327. Early spectroscopic identification of SN 2008D (Q56061252)
  1328. On the progenitors of super-chandrasekhar mass type Ia supernovae (Q56061237)
  1329. High-redshift SDSS quasars with weak emission lines (Q56060138)
  1330. Tidally induced brown dwarf and planet formation in circumstellar disks (Q56058616)
  1331. The pulsation of {chi} Cygni imaged by optical interferometry: a novel technique to derive distance and mass of Mira stars (Q56057745)
  1332. WASP-7: a bright transiting-exoplanet system in the southern hemisphere (Q56057452)
  1333. Destruction of binary minor planets during Neptune scattering (Q56050248)
  1334. A correlation between central supermassive black holes and the globular cluster systems of early-type galaxies (Q56048842)
  1335. Thermally driven atmospheric escape (Q56047658)
  1336. The visual orbit of the 1.1 day spectroscopic binary {sigma}^2^ Coronae Borealis from interferometry at the CHARA array (Q56040542)
  1337. The event horizon of Sagittarius A* (Q56039601)
  1338. X-ray, FUV, and UV observations of {alpha} Centauri B: determination of long-term magnetic activity cycle and rotation period (Q56038428)
  1339. A third giant planet orbiting HIP 14810 (Q56037890)
  1340. Mixed populations in globular clusters: et tu, 47 Tuc? (Q56032579)
  1341. How well do we know the orbits of the outer planets? (Q56032488)
  1342. Early results from the galactic o-star spectroscopic survey: C III emission lines in of spectra (Q56031294)
  1343. Structure and kinematics of the stellar halos and thick disks of the Milky Way based on calibration stars from Sloan digital sky survey DR7 (Q56030907)
  1344. A resolved ring of debris dust around the solar analog HD 107146 (Q56029577)
  1345. Fermi GBM observations of LIGO gravitational-wave event GW150914 (Q56018391)
  1346. The Fermi gamma-ray burst monitor (Q56018389)
  1347. The high-mass end of the black hole mass function: mass estimates in brightest cluster galaxies (Q56005257)
  1348. Discovery and characterization of a faint stellar companion to the A3V star {zeta} Virginis (Q56004544)
  1349. Faraday rotation of the supernova remnant G296.5+10.0: evidence for a magnetized progenitor wind (Q56004162)
  1350. Power of observational Hubble parameter data: a figure of merit exploration (Q56004025)
  1351. Constraining the dark energy equation of state with cosmic voids (Q56002076)
  1352. WASP-16b: A NEW JUPITER-LIKE PLANET TRANSITING A SOUTHERN SOLAR ANALOG (Q55981275)
  1353. Chandra detects the rare oxygen-type Wolf-Rayet star WR 142 and OB stars in Berkeley 87 (Q55981168)
  1354. Discovery of the coldest imaged companion of a Sun-like star (Q55980401)
  1355. Low-mass companions for five solar-type stars from the Magellan planet search program (Q55969898)
  1356. The different nature of Seyfert 2 galaxies with and without hidden broad-line regions (Q55968795)
  1357. Correlations between supermassive black holes, velocity dispersions, and mass deficits in elliptical galaxies with cores (Q55954040)
  1358. HYBRID γ DORADUS-δ SCUTI PULSATORS: NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE PHYSICS OF THE OSCILLATIONS FROMKEPLEROBSERVATIONS (Q55934299)
  1359. The steppenwolf: a proposal for a habitable planet in interstellar space (Q55934006)
  1360. Tidal limits to planetary habitability (Q55932247)
  1361. Bright supernovae from magnetar birth (Q55924196)
  1362. Structural parameters of the Messier 87 globular clusters (Q55893432)
  1363. Binary orbit, physical properties, and evolutionary state of capella ({alpha} Aurigae) (Q55893137)
  1364. 2006 SQ_372_: a likely long-period comet from the inner Oort cloud (Q55892587)
  1365. Stellar nucleosynthesis in the Hyades open cluster (Q55889721)
  1366. Type II supernovae: model light curves and standard candle relationships (Q55885187)
  1367. Chandra cluster cosmology project III: cosmological parameter constraints (Q55882755)
  1368. Chemistry of silicate atmospheres of evaporating super-earths (Q55882109)
  1369. The Large Area Telescope on the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope mission (Q55878823)
  1370. Timing measurements of the relativistic binary pulsar PSR B1913+16 (Q55877386)
  1371. Numerical tests of fast reconnection in weakly stochastic magnetic fields (Q54310096)
  1372. The abundance gradient in the extremely faint outer disk of NGC 300 (Q54304782)
  1373. The physical properties and effective temperature scale of O-type stars as a function of metallicity. III. More results from the Magellanic clouds (Q54258073)
  1374. Yellow supergiants in the Andromeda galaxy (M31) (Q54258066)
  1375. Red supergiants in the Andromeda galaxy (M31) (Q54258057)
  1376. A massive runaway star from 30 Doradus (Q54257815)
  1377. Line-profile variability from tidal flows in alpha Virginis (Spica) (Q54257500)
  1378. Periastron passage triggering of the 19th century eruptions of eta Carinae (Q54255426)
  1379. Abundant circumstellar silica dust and SiO gas created by a giant hypervelocity collision in the ~12 myr HD172555 system (Q54227129)
  1380. On the transit potential of the planet orbiting iota Draconis (Q54217409)
  1381. The temperature of the cosmic microwave background (Q54210502)
  1382. Three-dimensional modeling of hot Jupiter atmospheric flows (Q54197470)
  1383. Gamma-ray burst at the extreme: "The naked-eye burst" GRB 080319B (Q54196895)
  1384. Observations of the naked-eye GRB 080319B: implications of nature's brightest explosion (Q54196857)
  1385. M54 + Sagittarius = {omega} Centauri (Q54196682)
  1386. Molecular hydrogen deficiency in H I-poor galaxies and its implications for star formation (Q54195954)
  1387. Detection of chromatic microlensing in Q 2237+0305 A (Q54195806)
  1388. Dust in the inner regions of debris disks around A stars (Q54192068)
  1389. A systematic change with time in the size of Betelgeuse (Q54149440)
  1390. Monitoring stellar orbits around the massive black hole in the Galactic Center (Q54001588)
  1391. The inevitable future of the starless core Barnard 68 (Q53998144)
  1392. Imaging and modeling rapidly rotating stars: {alpha} Cephei and {alpha} Ophiuchi (Q53997869)
  1393. How long does a burst burst? (Q53996530)
  1394. Are ultra-long gamma-ray bursts different? (Q53996382)
  1395. A search for distant solar system bodies in the region of Sedna (Q53989421)
  1396. A Chandra observation of the obscured star-forming complex W40 (Q53985684)
  1397. High-excitation emission lines near eta Carinae, and its likely companion star (Q53974809)
  1398. The compositional diversity of extrasolar terrestrial planets. I. In situ simulations (Q53965348)
  1399. New limits on an intermediate-mass black hole in omega Centauri. II. Dynamical models (Q53963960)
  1400. Discovery of the first retrograde transneptunian object (Q53953555)
  1401. A Jupiter-like planet orbiting the nearby M dwarf GJ 832 (Q53953283)
  1402. Imaging the cool hypergiant NML Cygni's dusty circumstellar envelope with adaptive optics (Q53953096)
  1403. The Lick-Carnegie Exoplanet Survey: a Uranus-mass fourth planet for GJ 876 in an extrasolar Laplace configuration (Q53952981)
  1404. COBE and the galactic interstellar medium: geometry of the spiral arms from FIR cooling lines (Q53952950)
  1405. Big fish, little fish: two new ultra-faint satellites of the Milky Way (Q53952923)
  1406. Spectroscopic confirmation of the Pisces overdensity (Q53952920)
  1407. Leo V: spectroscopy of a distant and disturbed satellite (Q53952918)
  1408. The enigmatic pair of dwarf galaxies Leo IV and Leo V: coincidence or common origin? (Q53952914)
  1409. A deeper look at Leo IV: star formation history and extended structure (Q53952908)
  1410. Four new stellar debris streams in the Galactic halo (Q53952789)
  1411. Density and kinematic cusps in M54 at the heart of the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy: evidence for a 10^4^ m_{sun}_ black hole? (Q53952464)
  1412. The planetary nebula population of M33 and its metallicity gradient: a look into the galaxy's distant past (Q53952361)
  1413. The disruption and fueling of M33 (Q53952353)
  1414. Measurements of the coronal acceleration region of a solar flare (Q53586008)
  1415. Correcting a statistical artifact in the estimation of the Hubble constant based on type Ia supernovae results in a change in estimate of 1.2% (Q53470868)
  1416. Dynamical mass segregation on a very short timescale (Q53104621)
  1417. High-precision orbital and physical parameters of double-lined spectroscopic binary stars - HD78418, HD123999, HD160922, HD200077, and HD210027 (Q30054200)
  1418. The yuan-tseh lee array for microwave background anisotropy (Q30052205)
  1419. Detection of the central star of the planetary nebula NGC 6302 (Q30051861)
  1420. Testing the link between terrestrial climate change and Galactic Spiral Arm transit (Q30049068)
  1421. HAT-P-13b,c: A TRANSITING HOT JUPITER WITH A MASSIVE OUTER COMPANION ON AN ECCENTRIC ORBIT (Q30048117)
  1422. Improved measurements of the temperature and polarization of the cosmic microwave background from QUaD (Q29999284)
  1423. Ten new and updated multiplanet systems and a survey of exoplanetary systems (Q29544008)
  1424. On the progenitor of the type II-plateau SN 2008cn in NGC 4603 (Q29543938)
  1425. Imaging the molecular gas in a z = 3.9 quasar host galaxy at 0".3 resolution: a central, sub-kiloparsec scale star formation reservoir in APM 08279+5255 (Q29540795)
  1426. New debris disks around young, low-mass stars discovered with the Spitzer Space Telescope (Q29400465)
  1427. Substellar objects in nearby young clusters (SONYC): the bottom of the initial mass function in NGC 1333 (Q29394905)
  1428. Discovery of a giant stellar tidal stream around the disk galaxy NGC 4013 (Q29394827)
  1429. Explorations beyond the snow line: Spitzer/IRS spectra of debris disks around solar-type stars (Q29304730)
  1430. Probing the mass-loss history of the yellow hypergiant IRC+10420 (Q29301495)
  1431. Hypercompact stellar systems around recoiling supermassive black holes (Q29042478)
  1432. Rotational velocities for M dwarfs (Q29041141)
  1433. The smith cloud: high-velocity accretion and dark matter confinement (Q29039681)
  1434. WASP-12b: THE HOTTEST TRANSITING EXTRASOLAR PLANET YET DISCOVERED (Q29032248)
  1435. On the spin-orbit misalignment of the XO-3 exoplanetary system (Q29032166)
  1436. Convective-reactive Proton-^12^C combustion in sakurai's object (V4334 Sagittarii) and implications for the evolution and yields from the first generations of stars (Q29029664)
  1437. DISCOVERY AND COSMOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF SPT-CL J2106-5844, THE MOST MASSIVE KNOWN CLUSTER AT z >1 (Q27019776)
  1438. KEPLER 'S FIRST ROCKY PLANET: KEPLER-10b (Q27019745)
  1439. VERITAS search for VHE gamma-ray emission from dwarf spheroidal galaxies (Q27019546)
  1440. KEPLER-7b: A TRANSITING PLANET WITH UNUSUALLY LOW DENSITY (Q27016918)
  1441. SEARCH FOR TeV GAMMA-RAY EMISSION FROM POINT-LIKE SOURCES IN THE INNER GALACTIC PLANE WITH A PARTIAL CONFIGURATION OF THE HAWC OBSERVATORY (Q27011604)
  1442. The galaxy population hosting gamma-ray bursts (Q21860009)

Abductive (talk) 05:40, 25 September 2019 (UTC)

    • @Abductive: I'm looking into the first three items: [21] [22] [23] and it doesn't look like it was me, who created all caps labels and title (P1476). Are you sure this is correct list? Ghuron (talk) 07:32, 25 September 2019 (UTC)
      • My bad, saw that you were mass-creating "from SIMBAD" but then discovered that you were simultaneously only editing these items in that activity stream. Can you fix them? Abductive (talk) 08:26, 25 September 2019 (UTC)
        • @Abductive: I can try (once current batch is completed) --Ghuron (talk) 08:47, 25 September 2019 (UTC)
          • Cool. Abductive (talk) 00:41, 26 September 2019 (UTC)
            • @Abductive: majority of items above are no longer all caps, not sure whenever I'll be able to fix the rest Ghuron (talk) 12:34, 2 October 2019 (UTC)

P407

Hi,
Thanks a lot for the scientific articles you are importing from SIMBAD.
I want to know if it is possible to you to put P407 on them ? As I can see, the vast majority of them are P407:Q1860. Simon Villeneuve (talk) 10:23, 29 September 2019 (UTC)

Ryōhei Kimura

Hi, Ghuron. I reverted the date because a vandal IP changed it on purpose, the correct birth date for the person is 1984 instead of 1996. This is not the first time the IP does the same, so be aware of this person, he likes to cause trouble. I can see you changed the date now, so thanks for that. And also, sorry if I caused troubles to you. --Debiit (talk) 18:40, 2 October 2019 (UTC)

Confusion between two Camille Laurens

Hello. I reverted your update on item Camille Laurens (Q464397), because this person is not the minister of agriculture, it is another Camille Laurens : Q511609. Best regards.--Csar62 (talk) 04:33, 3 October 2019 (UTC)

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