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  1. ... supermassive black holes. However, our picture of black hole evolution has remained incomplete, due to the challenges of detecting AGN that ... obscured quasars represent an evolutionary phase in the evolution of their host galaxies, as predicted by models of galaxy formation. ...

    Debbie Meinbresse - 2016-10-25 15:35

  2. ... VIKING ORBITER 1 Publication:  Mars: Evolution of Volcanism, Techtonics, and Volatiles Citation ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:12

  3. ... stellar masses and star formation histories. During their evolution galaxies undergo episodic star formation and blow powerful galactic ...

    Anonymous - 2014-09-24 23:08

  4. ... scientists can now turn to questions about their history and evolution.  Unfortunately, measuring fundamental properties of low-mass stars ...

    Debbie Meinbresse - 2016-10-14 13:35

  5. ... of the largest and most important questions regarding galaxy evolution is the role of the local environment, primarily other nearby galaxies ...

    Anonymous - 2014-01-15 23:45

  6. ... holes are useful as direct observational tracers of galaxy evolution. I will describe a systematic survey of dual supermassive black ...

    Anonymous - 2013-10-23 23:30

  7. Abstract: The field of high-redshift galaxy evolution has experience an explosion over the past three years, thanks to the ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-03 21:20

  8. Journal Article Year:  1998 Authors:  Rogers, P.G. and Zuber, M.T. Planetology: Solid Surface Planets: Tectonics Planetology: Solid Surface Planets: Volcanism Publication:  ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:12

  9. Conference Proceedings Article Year:  2004 Authors:  Greiner, J. and Klose, S. and Reinsch, K. and Schmid, H.M. and Sari, R. and Hartmann, D.H. and Kouveliotou, C. and Rau, A. and Palazzi, E. and Straubmeier, C....

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:14

  10. Journal Article Year:  2008 Authors:  Hughes, S.A. Wave generation and sources Post-Newtonian approximation; perturbation theory; related approximations Relativity and gravitation ...

    Anonymous - 2013-04-15 11:15