GASP Publications

  1. GASP. I. Gas stripping phenomena in galaxies with MUSE

    Poggianti et al. (2017a), ApJ 844, 48, ArXiv #: 1704.05086
  2. GASP. II. A MUSE view of extreme ram-pressure stripping along the line of sight: kinematics of the jellyfish galaxy JO201

    Bellhouse et al. (2017), ApJ 844, 49, ArXiv #: 1704.05087
  3. GASP. III. JO36: a case of multiple environmental effects at play?

    Fritz et al. (2017), ApJ 848, 132, ArXiv #: 1704.05088
  4. GASP. IV. A Muse View of Extreme Ram-pressure Stripping in the Plane of the Sky: The Case of Jellyfish Galaxy JO204

    Gullieuszik et al. (2017), ApJ 846, 1 ArXiv #: 1708.09035
  5. GASP. V. Ram-pressure stripping of a ring Hoag's-like galaxy in a massive cluster

    Moretti et al. (2018), MNRAS, 475, 4055 ArXiv #: 1802.07294
  6. Supermassive Black Holes Feed on Cosmic Jellyfish

    Poggianti et al. (2017b), Nature, 548, 304 ArXiv #: 1708.09036
  7. GASP. VII. Signs of gas inflow onto a lopsided galaxy

    Vulcani et al. (2018a), ApJ 852, 2 ArXiv #: 1802.07296
  8. GASP. VIII. Capturing the birth of a Tidal Dwarf Galaxy in a merging system at z~0.05

    Vulcani et al. (2017c), ApJ 850, 2, ArXiv #: 1708.09037
  9. GASP IX. Jellyfish galaxies in phase-space: an orbital study of intense ram-pressure stripping in clusters

    Jaffé et al. (2018), MNRAS 476, 4753, ArXiv #: 1802.07297
  10. GASP. X: APEX detection of molecular gas in the tails and in the disks of ram-pressure stripped galaxies

    Moretti et al. (2018), MNRAS 480, 2508, ArXiv #: 1803.06183
  11. Ultra-Violet Imaging Telescope view of ram-pressure stripping in action: Star formation in the stripped gas of the GASP jellyfish galaxy JO201 in Abell 85

    George et al. (2018), MNRAS 479, 4126, ArXiv #: 1803.06193
  12. GASP. XII. The variety of physical processes occurring in a single galaxy group in formation

    Vulcani et al. (2018b), MNRAS, 480, 3152, ArXiv #: 1809.02668
  13. GASP. XIII. Star formation in gas outside galaxies

    Poggianti et al. (2019), MNRAS, 482, 4466, ArXiv #: 1811.00823
  14. Enhanced star formation in both disks and ram pressure stripped tails of GASP jellyfish galaxies

    Vulcani et al. (2018c), ApJ, 866L, 25 ArXiv #: 1810.05164
  15. GASP. XV. A MUSE View of Extreme Ram-Pressure Stripping along the Line of Sight: Physical properties of the Jellyfish Galaxy JO201

    Bellhouse et al. (2019), MNRAS, 485, 1157, ArXiv #: 1902.04486
  16. GASP. XVI. Does cosmic web enhancement turn on star formation in galaxies?

    Vulcani et al. (2019a), MNRAS, 487, 2278, ArXiv #: 1905.08971
  17. GASP. XVII. HI imaging of the jellyfish galaxy JO206: gas stripping and enhanced star formation

    Ramatsoku et al. (2019), MNRAS,487, 4580, ArXiv #: 1906.03686
  18. GASP XVIII: Star formation quenching due to AGN feedback in the central region of a jellyfish galaxy

    George et al. (2019), MNRAS, 487, 3102, ArXiv #: 1905.08973
  19. GASP - XIX. AGN and their outflows at the centre of jellyfish galaxies

    Radovich et al. (2019), MNRAS, 486, 486, ArXiv #: 1905.08972
  20. GASP. XX. From the loose spatially-resolved to the tight global SFR-Mass relation in local spiral galaxies

    Vulcani et al. (2019b), MNRAS in press, ArXiv #: 1907.00976

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