Search Results for author: S. Campana

Found 9 papers, 1 papers with code

Optical and ultraviolet pulsed emission from an accreting millisecond pulsar

no code implementations23 Feb 2021 F. Ambrosino, A. Miraval Zanon, A. Papitto, F. Coti Zelati, S. Campana, P. D'Avanzo, L. Stella, T. Di Salvo, L. Burderi, P. Casella, A. Sanna, D. de Martino, M. Cadelano, A. Ghedina, F. Leone, F. Meddi, P. Cretaro, M. C. Baglio, E. Poretti, R. P. Mignani, D. F. Torres, G. L. Israel, M. Cecconi, D. M. Russell, M. D. Gonzalez Gomez, A. L. Riverol Rodriguez, H. Perez Ventura, M. Hernandez Diaz, J. J. San Juan, D. M. Bramich, F. Lewis

Millisecond spinning, low magnetic field neutron stars are believed to attain their fast rotation in a 0. 1-1 Gyr-long phase during which they accrete matter endowed with angular momentum from a low-mass companion star.

High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena

Development status of the SOXS spectrograph for the ESO-NTT telescope

no code implementations23 Dec 2020 P. Schipani, S. Campana, R. Claudi, M. Aliverti, A. Baruffolo, S. Ben-Ami, F. Biondi, G. Capasso, R. Cosentino, F. D'Alessio, P. D'Avanzo, O. Hershko, H. Kuncarayakti, M. Landoni, M. Munari, G. Pignata, A. Rubin, S. Scuderi, F. Vitali, D. Young, J. Achren, J. A. Araiza-Duran, I. Arcavi, A. Brucalassi, R. Bruch, E. Cappellaro, M. Colapietro, M. Della Valle, M. De Pascale, R. Di Benedetto, S. D'Orsi, A. Gal-Yam, M. Genoni, M. Hernandez, J. Kotilainen, G. Li Causi, L. Marty, S. Mattila, K. Radhakrishnan, M. Rappaport, D. Ricci, M. Riva, B. Salasnich, S. Savarese, S. Smartt, R. Zanmar Sanchez, M. Stritzinger, H. Ventura, L. Pasquini, M. Scholler, H. U. Kaufl, M. Accardo, L. Mehrgan, E. Pompei

SOXS (Son Of X-Shooter) is a single object spectrograph, characterized by offering a wide simultaneous spectral coverage from U- to H-band, built by an international consortium for the 3. 6-m ESO New Technology Telescope at the La Silla Observatory, in the Southern part of the Chilean Atacama Desert.

Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics

Re-solving the jet/cocoon riddle of the first gravitational wave with an electromagnetic counterpart

1 code implementation1 Aug 2018 G. Ghirlanda, O. S. Salafia, Z. Paragi, M. Giroletti, J. Yang, B. Marcote, J. Blanchard, I. Agudo, T. An, M. G. Bernardini, R. Beswick, M. Branchesi, S. Campana, C. Casadio, E. Chassande-Mottin, M. Colpi, S. Covino, P. D'Avanzo, V. D'Elia, S. Frey, M. Gawronski, G. Ghisellini, L. I. Gurvits, P. G. Jonker, H. J. van Langevelde, A. Melandri, J. Moldon, L. Nava, A. Perego, M. A. Perez-Torres, C. Reynolds, R. Salvaterra, G. Tagliaferri, T. Venturi, S. D. Vergani, M. Zhang

The first binary neutron star merger, detected through both electromagnetic radiation and gravitational waves on the 17th of August 2017, raised the question whether a narrow relativistic jet or a more isotropic outflow was launched as a consequence of the merger.

High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena

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