Category:Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
Cosmology and nongalactic astrophysics are branches of astrophysics that study the large-scale structure and evolution of the universe, including its origin, growth, and ultimate fate. Cosmology focuses on the study of the universe as a whole, including the properties of dark matter and dark energy, and the formation and evolution of cosmic structures such as galaxies and galaxy clusters. Nongalactic astrophysics is concerned with the study of astronomical objects and phenomena that are not part of galaxies, such as stars, black holes, and the interstellar medium. Both cosmology and nongalactic astrophysics use a combination of observational data, theoretical models, and simulations to study the universe and its properties. They provide insight into the nature of the universe and its evolution over time.
Pages in category "Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics"
The following 58 pages are in this category, out of 58 total.
- A Gravitationally Lensed Supernova with an Observable Two-Decade Time Delay
- A Natural Inflation inspired model
- A new probe of the high-redshift Universe: nulling CMB lensing with interloper-free "LIM-pair" lensing
- Absolute Calibration of Diffuse Radio Surveys at 45 and 150 MHz
- ALMA detects molecular gas in the halo of the powerful radio galaxy TXS 0828+193
- Angular clustering and host halo properties of (OII) emitters at z greater than 1 in the Subaru HSC survey
- Anisotropic separate universe and Weinberg's adiabatic mode
- Axion clouds may survive the perturbative tidal interaction over the early inspiral phase of black hole binaries
- Estimating Transient Rates from Cosmological Simulations and BPASS
- Euclid preparation: XV. Forecasting cosmological constraints for the Euclid and CMB joint analysis
- Evolution of the Lyman-Alpha Luminosity Function During Reionization
- Exploring the spectral properties of radio relics I: Integrated spectral index and Mach number
- Parametric and nonparametric methods hint dark energy evolution
- Physical insights from the spectrum of the radio halo in MACS J0717.5+3745
- Position-dependent Voronoi probability distribution functions for matter and halos
- Positron Effects on Polarized Images and Spectra from Jet and Accretion Flow Models of M87 and Sgr A*
- Possible Resolution of the Hubble Tension with Weyl Invariant Gravity
- Primordial nucleosynthesis with varying fundamental constants: Degeneracies with cosmological parameters
- Searching for spin-2 ULDM with gravitational waves interferometers
- Self-interacting neutrinos, the Hubble parameter tension, and the Cosmic Microwave Background
- Simultaneous Estimation of Large-Scale Structure and Milky Way Dust Extinction from Galaxy Surveys
- Stacked phase-space density of galaxies around massive clusters: A theoretical framework and application to real data
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