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On average, a GBT paper* is published every 4.4 days. Review our list of recent and past publications below.

GBT Publications, 2018

Anderson, L.D. et al. 2018 ApJS, 234, 33. “A Green Bank Telescope Survey of Large Galactic HII Regions”

Andrews, J.J. et al. 2018 RNAAS, 2, 60. “A Serendipitous Pulsar Discovery in a Search for a Companion to a Low-mass White Dwarf”

Archibald, A.M. et al. 2018 Nature, 559, 73. “Universality of free fall from the orbital motion of a pulsar in a stellar triple system”

Arzoumanian, Z. et al. 2018 ApJS, 235, 37. “The NANOGrav Eleven-year Data Set: High-precision timing of 45 Millisecond Pulsars”

Arzoumanian, Z. et al. 2018 ApJ, 859, 47. “The NANOGrav 11-year Data Set: Pulsar-timing Constraints On The Stochastic Gravitational-wave Background”

Bhattacharyya, B.; 2018 MNRAS, 477, 4090. “A Long-term study of three rotating radio transients”

Bietenholz, M.F. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 475, 1756. “SN 2014C: VLBI images of a supernova interacting with a circumstellar shell”

Burkhardt, A.M. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 474, 5068. “Detection of HC$_5$N and HC$_7$N Isotopologues in TMC-1 with the Green Bank Telescope”

Cadelano, M. et al. 2018 ApJ, 855, 125. “Discovery of three new millisecond pulsars in Terzan 5”

Cameron, A.D., et al. 2018 MNRAS, 475, 57. “The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey – XIII. PSR J1757-1854, the most accelerated binary pulsar”

Corby, J.F. et al. 2018 A&A, 610, 10. “The molecular chemistry of diffuse and translucent clouds in the line-of-sight to Sgr B2: Absorption by simple organic and inorganic molecules in the GBT PRIMOS survey”

Darling, J. 2018 RNAAS, 2, 15. “The 87Rubidium Atomic Clock Maser in Giant Stars”

Devine, K. et al. 2018 ApJ, 861, 117. “A Molecular Line Investigation of the Interaction between Mid-infrared Bubbles and the Interstellar Medium”

Di Teodoro, E. , et al. 2018 ApJ, 855, 33. “Blowing in the Milky Way wind: neutral hydrogen clouds tracing the Galactic nuclear outflow”

Engelke, P.D. & Allen, R.J. 2018 ApJ, 858, 57. “OH as an Alternate Tracer for Molecular Gas: Excitation Temperatures of the OH 18-cm Main Lines in W5”

Enriquez, E.J. et al. 2018 RNAAS, 2, 9. “Breakthrough Listen Observations of 1I/‧Oumuamua with the GBT”

Fox, A. J. et al. 2018 ApJ, 854, 142. “Chemical Abundances in the Leading Arm of the Magellanic Stream”

Frayer, D.P. et al. 2018 ApJ, 860, 87. “The Discovery of a New Massive Molecular Gas Component Associated with the Submillimeter Galaxy SMM J02399-0136”

Greaves, J.S. et al. 2018 Nature Astronomy, . “Anomalous microwave emission from spinning nano-diamonds around stars”

Han, ,J. L. et al. 2018 ApJS, 234, 11. “Pulsar Rotation Measures and Large-scale Magnetic Field Reversals in the Galactic Disk”

Harrington, K. C. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 474, 3866. “Total molecular gas masses of Planck – Herschel selected strongly lensed hyper luminous infrared galaxies”

Jones, M.G. et al. 2018 A&A, 609, 17. “The AMIGA sample of isolated galaxies. XIII. The HI content of an almost “nurture free” sample”

Kaplan, D.L. et al. 2018 ApJ, 855, 14. “A Gaussian Mixture Model for Nulling Pulsars”

Kawash, A. M. et al 2018 ApJ, 857, 131. “The Green Bank Northern Celestial Cap Pulsar Survey II: The Discovery and Timing of Ten Pulsars”

Koch, E.W. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 479, 2505. “Kinematics of the Atomic ISM in M33 on 80 pc scales”

Kolesniková, L. et al. 2018 A&A, 609, A24. “Rotational spectrum of methoxyamine up to 480 GHz: a laboratory study and astronomical search”

Kutkin, A.M. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 475, 4994. “The extreme blazar AO 0235+164 as seen by extensive ground and space radio observations”

Lam, M.T. et al. 2018 ApJ, 861, 132. “A Second Chromatic Timing Event of Interstellar Origin toward PSR J1713+0747”

Lin, H.-H. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 475, 1323. “Improved pulsar timing via principal component mode tracking”

Lipnicky, A. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 476, 3097. “The First Detection of Neutral Hydrogen in Emission in a Strong Spiral Lens”

Luisi, M. et al. 2018 PASP, 990, 84101. “Hydrogen Radio Recombination Line Emission from M51 and NGC 628”

Lynch, R.S. et al 2018 ApJ, 859, 93. “The Green Bank North Celestial Cap Pulsar Survey III: 45 New Pulsar Timing Solutions”

MacMahon, D.H.E. et al. 2018 PASP, 130, 4502. “The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: A Wideband Data Recorder System for the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope”

Margot, J.-L. et al. 2018 AJ, 155, 209. “A search for technosignatures from 14 planetary systems in the Kepler field with the Green Bank Telescope at 1.15-1.73 GHz”

Martini, P. et al. 2018 ApJ, 856, 61. “HI Kinematics Along The Minor Axis of M82”

McGuire, B.A. et al. 2018 Science, 359, 202. “Definitive Interstellar Discovery of the Aromatic Molecule Benzonitrile (c-C6H5CN) in TMC-1 with the Green Bank Telescope”

Michilli, D. et al. 2018 Nature, 553, 182. “An extreme magneto-ionic environment associated with the fast radio burst source FRB 121102”

Monsch, K. et al. 2018 ApJ, 861, 77. “Monsch,+: Dense Gas Kinematics and a Narrow Filament in the Orion A OMC1 Region Using NH3”

Park, R.S. et al. 2018 AJ, 155, 185. “Search for OH 18-cm radio emission from 1I/2017 U1 with the Green Bank telescope”

Pilipenko, S.V. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 474, 3523. “The high brightness temperature of B0529+483 revealed by RadioAstron and implications for interstellar scattering”

Pol, N. et al. 2018 ApJ, 853, 73. “A Direct Measurement of Sense of Rotation of PSR J0737–3039A”

Price, D.C. et al. 2018 RNAAS, 2, 30. “No Bursts Detected from FRB121102 in Two 5 hr Observing Campaigns with the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope”

Ravi, K. & Deshpande, A.A. 2018 ApJ, 859, 22. “Scintillation based search for off-pulse radio emission from pulsars”

Roshi, D.A. et al. 2018AJ….155..202R. “Performance of a highly sensitive, 19-element, dual-polarization, cryogenic L-band Phased Array Feed on the Green Bank Telescope”

Rozko, K. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 479, 2193. “Multi-frequency observations and spectral analysis of two gigahertz-peaked spectra pulsars”

Sokolov, V. et al. 2018 A&A, 611, L3. “Subsonic islands within a high-mass star-forming infrared dark cloud”

Spekkens, K. and Karunakaran, A. 2018 ApJ, 855, 28. “Atomic Gas in Blue Ultra Diffuse Galaxies around Hickson Compact Groups”

Williams, G.M. et al. 2018 A&A 613, A11 . “Gravity drives the evolution of infrared dark hubs: JVLA observations of SDC13”

Zeng, S. et al. 2018 MNRAS, 478, 2962. ‘Complex organic molecules in the Galactic Centre: the N-bearing family”

Zhao, W. et al. 2018 ApJ, 854, 124. “The Megamaser Cosmology Project. X. High Resolution Maps and Mass Constraint for SMBHs”

Zuo, P. et al. 2018 ApJS, 237, 2. “HI Observations of Major-Merger Pairs at z = 0: atomic gas and star formation”

GBT Publications, 2017

Andreev, N., et al. . 2017, ApJS, 232, 29. “Long-term Variability of H2CO Masers in Star-forming Regions”

Andrianov, A. S., et al.. 2017, ARep, 61, 513. “Distribution of interstellar plasma in the direction of PSR B0525+21 from data obtained on a ground-space interferometer”

Araki, M. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 847, 51. “Long Carbon Chains in the Warm Carbon-chain-chemistry Source L1527: First Detection of C7H in Molecular Clouds”

Armentrout, W. P., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 841, 121. “High-mass Star Formation in the Outer Scutum-Centaurus Arm”

Ashley, T., et al.. 2017, AJ, 153, 132. “The HI Chronicles of LITTLE THINGS BCDs. III. Gas Clouds in and around Mrk 178, VII Zw 403, and NGC 3738”

Ashley, T., et al.. 2017, AJ, 153, 158. “Neutral Gas Properties of Extremely Isolated Early-type Galaxies”

Bassa, C.G. et al.. 2017, ApJ, ,846, L20. LOFAR Discovery of the fastest-spinning millisecond pulsar in the Galactic field”

Bhakta, D. et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 468, 2526. Searching for pulsars associated with the Fermi GeV excess”

Blagrave, K., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 834, 126. DHIGLS: DRAO HI Intermediate Galactic Latitude Survey”

Bordoloi, R., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 834, 191. Mapping the Nuclear Outflow of the Milky Way: Studying the Kinematics and Spatial Extent of the Northern Fermi Bubble”

Brozović, M. et al.. 2017 Icarus, 286, 314. “Goldstone radar evidence for short-axis mode non-principal-axis rotation of near-Earth asteroid (214869) 2007 PA8”

Bruni, G. et al.. 2017, A&A, 604, A111. “Probing the innermost regions of AGN jets and their magnetic fields with RadioAstron”

Chawla P., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 844, 140. “A Search for Fast Radio Bursts with the GBNCC Pulsar Survey”

Cordiner, M.A. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 850, 187.” Deep K-band observations of TMC-1 with the Green Bank Telescope: Detection of HC7O, non-detection of HC11N, and a search for new organic molecules”

Cotton, W. D.. 2017, PASP, 129, 4501. “Fourier Plane Image Combination by Feathering”

Cui, B.-Y., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 840, 5. “Timing Solution and Single-pulse Properties for Eight Rotating Radio Transients”

Curran, S.J. et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 470, 4600.” Further observational evidence for a critical ionizing luminosity in active galaxies”

Darling, J.. 2017, ApJ, 837, 100. “How to detect inclined water maser disks (and possibly measure black hole masses)”

Dexter, J., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 468, 1486. “A transient, flat spectrum radio pulsar near the Galactic Centre”

Dutta, R., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 465, 4249. “Incidence of HI 21-cm absorption in strong Fe II systems at 0.5 < z < 1.5”

Eckert, K. D. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 849, 20. “The Baryonic Collapse Efficiency of Galaxy Groups in the RESOLVE and ECO Surveys”

Enriquez, J.E. et al. . 2017, ApJ, 849, 104. “The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: 1.1-1.9 GHz Observations of 692 Nearby Stars”

Friesen, R. K., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 843, 63. “The Green Bank Ammonia Survey: First Results of NH3 Mapping of the Gould Belt”

Gao, F., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 834, 52. “The Megamaser Cosmology Project. IX. Black Hole Masses for Three Maser Galaxies”

Gelfand, J.D. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 850, 53. “The High-frequency Radio Emission of the Galactic Center Magnetar SGR J1745–29 during a Transitional Period”

Hallinan, G. et al.. 2017, Science, 10.1126 aap9855. “A Radio Counterpart to a Neutron Star Merger”

Harju, J., et al.. 2017, A&A, 600, 61. “Deuteration of ammonia in the starless core Ophiuchus/H-MM1”

Howk, J.C. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 846, 141. “Project AMIGA: A minimal covering factor for optically thick circumgalactic gas around the Andromeda galaxy”

Howlett, C. et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 471, 3135. “2MTF – VI. Measuring the velocity power spectrum”

Jiang, M. et al. 2017, ApJ, 847, 75. “Wavelet Denoising of Radio Observations of Rotating Radio Transients (RRATs): Improved Timing Parameters for Eight RRATs”

Jones, M. L., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 841, 125. “The NANOGrav Nine-year Data Set: Measurement and Analysis of Variations in Dispersion Measures”

Keown, ,J. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 850, 3. “The Green Bank Ammonia Survey: Observations of Hierarchical Dense Gas Structures in Cepheus-L1251”

Kirk, H. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 846, 144. “The Green Bank Ammonia Survey: Dense Cores Under Pressure in Orion A”

Knudsen, K. K., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 466, 138. “A merger in the dusty, z = 7.5 galaxy A1689-zD1?”

Lam, M. T., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 834, 35. “The NANOGrav Nine-year Data Set: Excess Noise in Millisecond Pulsar Arrival Times”

Lin, L. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 837, 32. “SDSS IV MaNGA: Discovery of an H-alpha blob associated with a dry galaxy pair — ejected gas or a “dark” galaxy candidate?”

Lu, X. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 839, 1. “The Molecular Gas Environment in the 20 km s-1 Cloud in the Central Molecular Zone”

Luisi, M. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 849, 117. “Diffuse Ionized Gas in the Milky Way Disk”

Margulès, L., et al.. 2017, A&A, 601A, 50. “Submillimeter spectra of 2-hydroxyacetonitrile (glycolonitrile; HOCH2CN) and its searches in GBT PRIMOS observations of Sgr B2(N)”

Martin-Wells, K. S.. 2017, Icarus, 291, 176. “Secondary crater-initiated debris flow on the Moon”

McGuire, Brett A., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 843L, 28. “Detection of Interstellar HC5O in TMC-1 with the Green Bank Telescope”

Miville-Deschenes, M.-A. et al. 2017, A&A, 599, A109. “Structure formation in a colliding flow: the Herschel view of the Draco Nebula”

Monson, N.N., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 839, 123. “Uniform Silicon Isotope Ratios Across the Milky Way Galaxy”

Nayyeri, H, et al.. 2017, ApJ, 844, 82N. “Herschel and Hubble Study of a Lensed Massive Dusty Starbursting Galaxy at z ∼ 3”

Noori, H. Al, et al.. 2017, JPhCS, 869, a2071. “A search for extragalactic pulsars in the local group galaxies IC 10 and Barnard’s galaxy”

Patruno, A., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 841, 98. “Radio Pulse Search and X-Ray Monitoring of SAX J1808.4‑3658: What Causes Its Orbital Evolution?”

Pleunis, Z. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 846, L19. “A millisecond pulsar discovery in a Survey of Unidentified Fermi gamma-ray sources with LOFAR”

Prager, B. J., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 845, 148. “Using Long-term Millisecond Pulsar Timing to Obtain Physical Characteristics of the Bulge Globular Cluster Terzan 5”

Rankin, J.M.. 2017, ApJ, 845, 23. “Toward an Empirical Theory of Pulsar Emission. XII. Exploring the Physical Conditions in Millisecond Pulsar Emission Regions”

Redaelli, E. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 850, 202. “The Green Bank Ammonia Survey: Unveiling the Dynamics of the Barnard 59 star-forming Clump”

Rivilla V. M., et al.. 2017, A&A, 598A, 59. “Formation of ethylene glycol and other complex organic molecules in star-forming regions”

Romero, C. E., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 838, 86. “Galaxy Cluster Pressure Profiles as Determined by Sunyaev Zel’dovich Effect Observations with MUSTANG and Bolocam. II. Joint Analysis of 14 Clusters”

Roshi, D. Anish, et al.. 2017, ApJ, 838, 144. “Helium Ionization in the Diffuse Ionized Gas Surrounding UCH HII Regions”

Saha, L., & Dyks, J.. 2017, MNRAS, 467, 2529. “The fan-beam model for the pulse evolution of PSR J0737-3039B”

Savage, B.D. et al. 2017, ApJS, 232, 25. “Probing the Outflowing Multiphase Gas ~1 kpc below the Galactic Center”

Scholz, P. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 846, 80. “Simultaneous x-ray, gamma-ray, and radio observations of the repeating fast radio burst FRB 121102”

Shishov, V. I., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 468, 3709. “Interstellar scintillations of PSR B1919+21: space–ground interferometry”

Sokolov, V. et al. . 2017, A&A, 606A, 133. “Temperature structure and kinematics of the IRDC G035.39-00.33”

Su, T., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 464, 968. “On the redshift distribution and physical properties of ACT-selected DSFGs”

Swiggum, J.K. et al.. 2017, ApJ, 847, 25. “A multi-wavelength study of nearby millisecond pulsar PSR J1400-1431: improved astrometry and an optical detection of its cool white dwarf companion”

Taniguchi, K., et al.. 2017, ApJ, 844, 68. “Observations of Cyanopolyynes toward Four High-mass Star-forming Regions Containing Hot Cores”

Wang, Y. et al.. 2017, RAA, 17, 19. “Statistical analyses for NANOGrav 5-year timing residuals”

Wexler, D.B., et al.. 2017, Space Weather, 15, 310. “Faraday rotation fluctuations of MESSENGER radio signals through the equatorial lower corona near solar minimum”

Wolz, L., et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 464, 4938. “Erasing the Milky Way: new cleaning technique applied to GBT intensity mapping data”

Herron, C.A. et al.. 2017, MNRAS, 466, 2272. “Probes of turbulent driving mechanisms in molecular clouds from fluctuations in synchrotron intensity”

Groves, W. M., III, & Morgan, M. A.. 2017, PASP, 129, 5001. “A Cryogenic SiGe Low-noise Amplifier Optimized for Phased-array Feeds”

Isaacson, H., et al. 2017, PASP, 129e, 4501. “The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: Target Selection of Nearby Stars and Galaxies”

Li, N. et al.. 2017, RAA, 17, 23. “Modeling the rail surface unevenness of a high-precision radio telescope”

Li, N. et al.. 2017, Acta Astronautica, 132, 13. “Effect of the rail unevenness on the pointing accuracy of large radio telescope”

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