The Open Journal of Astrophysics: quick and easy access


This is not an official webpage of The Open Journal of Astrophysics. Rather, I've written it for myself and anyone who wants to use it in order to provide quick and easy access to OJA papers, particularly for those who want a minimum of JavaScript, have an old browser, a slow computer, a slow connection and/or who want to find an OJA paper based on traditional publication information (volume, issue, page (or article-ID)).

The titles link to the corresponding page at The Open Journal of Astrophysics. These use the corresponding DOIs, although they resolve to a link containing the title. The DOIs for the OJA have the form https://doi.org/10.21105/astro.<YYMM.nnnnn> where YYMM.nnnnn is the corresponding arXiv identifier. Similarly, the ADS links are of the form https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/YYMM/arXiv:<YYYY.nnnnn/abstract> where YYMM.nnnnn is the corresponding arXiv identifier with the dot. (This is also the format of ADS links at arXiv; similarly, these resolve to ones using the traditional ADS bibcode. Note that ADS links to papers which, as far as ADS knows, are arXiv-only are of the form https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/YYYY/arXiv<YYYYnnnnnI> where YYYY is the year and YYMMnnnnn is the corresponding arXiv identifier without the dot and I is the first letter of the last name of the first author.)

When citing an OJA paper, use the DOI. When linking to the corresponding page at ADS, use the URL containing the bibcode, not the one containing "arXiv", unless only the latter exists (then in the second form mentioned above).

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Volume 1 (2016--2018) | Volume 2 (2019) | Volume 3 (2020) | unassigned

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  1. Mateja Gosenca, Peter Coles:
    Dynamical Analysis of Scalar Field Cosmologies with Spatial Curvature
    arXiv:1502.04020
    ADS
    February 08, 2016
  2. David Sloan:
    w=1 as an Attractor
    arXiv:1602.02113
    ADS
    May 02, 2016
  3. Sean Lake, E. L. (Ned) Wright:
    K-corrections: an Examination of their Contribution to the Uncertainty of Luminosity Measurements
    arXiv:1603.07299
    ADS September 03, 2016
  4. Soham Kulkarni, Shantanu Desai:
    Classifying Exoplanets with Gaussian Mixture Model
    arXiv:1708.00605
    ADS June 01, 2018

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  1. Syksy Räsänen:
    Higgs inflation in the Palatini formulation with kinetic terms for the metric
    arXiv:1811.09514
    ADS
  2. Pauline Barmby:
    Astronomical observations: a guide for allied researchers
    arXiv:1812.07963
    ADS
  3. Darsh Kodwani, David Alonso, Pedro Ferreira:
    The effect on cosmological parameter estimation of a parameter dependent covariance
    arXiv:1811.11584
    ADS
  4. Nora Elisa Chisari, Alexander J. Mead, Shahab Joudaki, Pedro Ferreira, Aurel Schneider, Joseph Mohr, Tilman Tröster, David Alonso, Ian G. McCarthy, Sergio Martin-Alvarez, Julien Devriendt, Adrianne Slyz, Marcel P. van Daalen:
    Modelling baryonic feedback for survey cosmology
    arXiv:1905.06082
    ADS
  5. T. D. Kitching, P. Paykari, H. Hoekstra, M. Cropper:
    Propagating Residual Biases in Cosmic Shear Power Spectra
    arXiv:1904.07173
    ADS
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  7. Miguel A. Aragon-Calvo, Mark C. Neyrinck, Joseph Silk:
    Galaxy Quenching from Cosmic Web Detachment
    arXiv:1607.07881
    ADS
  8. Selim C. Hotinli, Marc Kamionkowski, Andrew H. Jaffe:
    The search for anisotropy in the gravitational-wave background with pulsar-timing arrays
    arXiv:1904.05348
    ADS
  9. Ben J. Maughan, Thomas H. Reiprich:
    The X-ray Variability of AGN and its Implications for Observations of Galaxy Clusters
    arXiv:1811.05786
    ADS
  10. F. Feroz, M.P. Hobson, E. Cameron, A.N. Pettitt:
    Importance Nested Sampling and the MultiNest Algorithm
    arXiv:1306.2144
    ADS
  11. Emilio Bellini, David Alonso, Shahab Joudaki, Ludovic van Waerbeke:
    Sheer shear: weak lensing with one mode
    arXiv:1903.04957
    ADS
  12. Aditi Krishak, Shantanu Desai:
    An independent assessment of significance of annual modulation in COSINE-100 data
    arXiv:1907.07199
    ADS
  13. Katarina Markovic, Benjamin Bose, Alkistis Pourtsidou:
    Assessing non-linear models for galaxy clustering I: unbiased growth forecasts from multipole expansion
    arXiv:1904.11448
    ADS

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  1. Phillip Helbig:
    Calculation of distances in cosmological models with small-scale inhomogeneities and their use in observational cosmology: a review
    arXiv:1912.12269
    ADS
  2. Markus Pössel:
    A Beginner's Guide to Working with Astronomical Data
    arXiv:1905.13189
    ADS
  3. Mark Neyrick, Miguel A. Aragon-Calvo, Bridget Falck, Alexander S. Szalay, Jie Wang:
    Halo Spin from Primordial Inner Motions
    arXiv:1904.03201
    ADS

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