Publications

2020

  1. Angioni, R., et al., Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., Weston, S., et al. (25 co-authors) (2020), Astronomy and Astrophysics, γ-ray emission in radio galaxies under the VLBI scope. II. The relationship between γ-ray emission and parsec-scale jets in radio galaxies, 641, A152.
  2. Angioni, R., et al., Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., Weston, S., et al. (24 co-authors) (2020), VizieR Online Data Catalog, VizieR Online Data Catalog: TANAMI radio galaxies II (Angioni+, 2020), J/A+A/641/A152.
  3. Reardon, D. J., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (20 co-authors) (2020), The Astrophysical Journal, Precision Orbital Dynamics from Interstellar Scintillation Arcs for PSR J0437-4715, 904, 104.
  4. Bailes, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (75 co-authors) (2020), Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, The MeerKAT telescope as a pulsar facility: System verification and early science results from MeerTime, 37, e028.
  5. Kerr, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (30 co-authors) (2020), Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, The Parkes Pulsar Timing Array project: second data release, 37, e020.
  6. Parthasarathy, A., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (12 co-authors) (2020), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Timing of young radio pulsars - II. Braking indices and their interpretation, 494, 2012.
  7. Hobbs, G., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (73 co-authors) (2020), Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, An ultra-wide bandwidth (704 to 4 032 MHz) receiver for the Parkes radio telescope, 37, e012.
  8. Johnston, S., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (28 co-authors) (2020), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The Thousand-Pulsar-Array programme on MeerKAT - I. Science objectives and first results, 493, 3608.
  9. Abbate, F., Possenti, A., Tiburzi, C., Barr, E., van Straten, W., Ridolfi, A., & Freire, P. (2020), Nature Astronomy, Constraints on the magnetic field in the Galactic halo from globular cluster pulsars, 4, 704.
  10. Morello, V., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (22 co-authors) (2020), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The SUrvey for Pulsars and Extragalactic Radio Bursts - IV. Discovery and polarimetry of a 12.1-s radio pulsar, 493, 1165.
  11. Cameron, A. D., et al., van Straten, et al. (26 co-authors) (2020), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey - XVI. Discovery and timing of 40 pulsars from the southern Galactic plane, 493, 1063.
  12. Venkatraman Krishnan, V., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (25 co-authors) (2020), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The UTMOST survey for magnetars, intermittent pulsars, RRATs, and FRBs - I. System description and overview, 492, 4752.
  13. Venkatraman Krishnan, V., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (12 co-authors) (2020), Science, Lense-Thirring frame dragging induced by a fast-rotating white dwarf in a binary pulsar system, 367, 577.
  14. Morrison, I. S., Bunton, J. D., van Straten, W., Deller, A., & Jameson, A. (2020), Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, Performance of Oversampled Polyphase Filterbank Inversion via Fourier Transform, 9, 2050004-444.
  15. Hirao, Y., et al., Natusch, T., et al., & IRSF Team (103 co-authors) (2020), The Astronomical Journal, OGLE-2017-BLG-0406: Spitzer Microlens Parallax Reveals Saturn-mass Planet Orbiting M-dwarf Host in the Inner Galactic Disk, 160, 74.
  16. Zang, W., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (29 co-authors) (2020), The Astrophysical Journal, Spitzer + VLTI-GRAVITY Measure the Lens Mass of a Nearby Microlensing Event, 897, 180.
  17. Zang, W., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (100 co-authors) (2020), The Astrophysical Journal, Spitzer Microlensing Parallax Reveals Two Isolated Stars in the Galactic Bulge, 891, 3.
  18. Miyazaki, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (102 co-authors) (2020), The Astronomical Journal, OGLE-2013-BLG-0911Lb: A Secondary on the Brown-dwarf Planet Boundary around an M Dwarf, 159, 76.

2019

  1. Titov, O., et al., Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., & Weston, S. (18 co-authors) (2019), Proceedings of the 24th European VLBI Group for Geodesy and Astrometry Working Meeting, Observations of Radio Sources Near the Sun, 24, 138.
  2. Atri, P., et al., Natusch, T., et al., & Weston, S. (17 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Potential kick velocity distribution of black hole X-ray binaries and implications for natal kicks, 489, 3116.
  3. Bignall, H., et al., Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., Weston, S., et al. (12 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Spica and the annual cycle of PKS B1322-110 scintillations, 487, 4372.
  4. Angioni, R., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., Weston, S., et al. (25 co-authors) (2019), VizieR Online Data Catalog, VizieR Online Data Catalog: TANAMI radio galaxies I (Angioni+, 2019), J/A+A/627/A148.
  5. Angioni, R., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., Weston, S., et al. (25 co-authors) (2019), Astronomy and Astrophysics, Gamma-ray emission in radio galaxies under the VLBI scope. I. Parsec-scale jet kinematics and high-energy properties of γ-ray-detected TANAMI radio galaxies, 627, A148.
  6. Rasha, A., Natusch, T., Granet, C., & Gulyaev, S. (2019), Journal of Astronomical Instrumentation, Conversion of a Telecommunications Antenna into a Radio Telescope: Laser Scanner Measurements of Optics and Dish Surface Quality of a Cassegrain Antenna, 8, 1950010-127.
  7. Parthasarathy, A., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (12 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Timing of young radio pulsars - I. Timing noise, periodic modulation, and proper motion, 489, 3810.
  8. Osłowski, S., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (28 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Commensal discovery of four fast radio bursts during Parkes Pulsar Timing Array observations, 488, 868.
  9. Caleb, M., van Straten, W., et al. (13 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Polarization studies of rotating radio transients, 487, 1191.
  10. Price, D. C., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (33 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, A fast radio burst with frequency-dependent polarization detected during Breakthrough Listen observations, 486, 3636.
  11. Burgay, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (24 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey - XV. Completion of the intermediate-latitude survey with the discovery and timing of 25 further pulsars, 484, 5791.
  12. Jankowski, F., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (18 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The UTMOST pulsar timing programme I: Overview and first results, 484, 3691.
  13. Morello, V., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (24 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The High Time Resolution Universe survey - XIV. Discovery of 23 pulsars through GPU-accelerated reprocessing, 483, 3673.
  14. Venkatraman Krishnan, V., Bailes, M., van Straten, W., Keane, E. F., Kramer, M., Bhat, N. D. R., Flynn, C., & Osłowski, S. (2019), The Astrophysical Journal, Relativistic Spin Precession in the Binary PSR J1141-6545, 873, L15.
  15. Petroff, E., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (27 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, A fast radio burst with a low dispersion measure, .482, 3109.
  16. Li, S.-S., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (105 co-authors) (2019), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, OGLE-2017-BLG-1186: first application of asteroseismology and Gaussian processes to microlensing, 488, 3308.
  17. Shvartzvald, Y., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (72 co-authors) (2019), The Astronomical Journal, Spitzer  Microlensing Parallax for OGLE-2017-BLG-0896 Reveals a Counter-rotating Low-mass Brown Dwarf, 157, 106.
  18. Dong, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (15 co-authors) (2019), The Astrophysical Journal, First Resolution of Microlensed Images, 871, 70.

2018

  1. Weston, S. (2018), 14th European VLBI Network Symposium & Users Meeting (EVN 2018), New Zealands Continued VLBI Development, 146.
  2. Müller, C., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., Weston, S., et al. (34 co-authors) (2018), Astronomy and Astrophysics, TANAMI: Tracking Active Galactic Nuclei with Austral Milliarcsecond Interferometry. II. Additional sources, 610, A1.

  3. Caballero, R. N., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (80 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Studying the Solar system with the International Pulsar Timing Array, 481, 5501.
  4. Porayko, N. K., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (31 co-authors) (2018), Physical Review D, Parkes Pulsar Timing Array constraints on ultralight scalar-field dark matter, 98, 102002.
  5. Moser, I., & van Straten, W. (2018), Experimental Astronomy, Dispatch approaches for scheduling radio telescope observations, 46, 285.
  6. Bhat, N. D. R., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (26 co-authors) (2018), The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Observations of Low-frequency Radio Emission from Millisecond Pulsars and Multipath Propagation in the Interstellar Medium, 238, 1.
  7. Caleb, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (19 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The SUrvey for Pulsars and Extragalactic Radio Bursts - III. Polarization properties of FRBs 160102 and 151230, 478, 2046.
  8. Caleb, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (18 co-authors) (2018), Pulsar Astrophysics the Next Fifty Years, First interferometric detections of Fast Radio Bursts, 337, 322. (Book chapter).
  9. Abbate, F., Possenti, A., Tiburzi, C., van Straten, W., Barr, E., Ridolfi, A., & Freire, P. (2018), Pulsar Astrophysics the Next Fifty Years, Polarization study of the pulsars in the globular cluster 47 Tucanae, 337, 295. (Book chapter).
  10. Levin, L., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (28 co-authors) (2018), Pulsar Astrophysics the Next Fifty Years, Pulsar Searches with the SKA, 337, 171. (Book chapter).
  11. Krishnan, V. V., van Straten, W., Rosado, P. A., Bailes, M., Keane, E. F., Bhat, R., & Flynn, C. (2018), Pulsar Astrophysics the Next Fifty Years, Strong field tests of gravity with PSR J1141-6545, 337, 142. (Book chapter).
  12. Palfreyman, J., Dickey, J. M., Hotan, A., Ellingsen, S., & van Straten, W. (2018), Nature, Alteration of the magnetosphere of the Vela pulsar during a glitch, 556, 219.
  13. Bhandari, S., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (175 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The SUrvey for Pulsars and Extragalactic Radio Bursts - II. New FRB discoveries and their follow-up, 475, 1427.
  14. Camilo, F., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (208 co-authors) (2018), The Astrophysical Journal, Revival of the Magnetar PSR J1622-4950: Observations with MeerKAT, Parkes, XMM-Newton, Swift, Chandra, and NuSTAR, 856, 180.
  15. Cameron, et al., van Straten, W., et al. (30 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey - XIII. PSR J1757-1854, the most accelerated binary pulsar, 475, L57.
  16. Spiewak, R., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (22 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, PSR J2322-2650 - a low-luminosity millisecond pulsar with a planetary-mass companion, 475, 469.
  17. Jankowski, F., van Straten, W., Keane, E. F., Bailes, M., Barr, E. D., Johnston, S., & Kerr, M. (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Spectral properties of 441 radio pulsars, 473, 4436.
  18. Keane, E. F., et al., van Straten, W., & Krishnan, V. V. (22 co-authors) (2018), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The SUrvey for Pulsars and Extragalactic Radio Bursts - I. Survey description and overview, 473, 116.
  19. Han, J. L., Manchester, R. N., van Straten, W., & Demorest, P. (2018), The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, Pulsar Rotation Measures and Large-scale Magnetic Field Reversals in the Galactic Disk, 234, 11.
  20. Finzell, T., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (34 co-authors) (2018), VizieR Online Data Catalog, VizieR Online Data Catalog: Multiwavelength obs. of gamma-ray NOVA Sco 2012 (Finzell+, 2018), J/ApJ/852/108.
  21. Shin, I.-G., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (42 co-authors) (2018), The Astrophysical Journal, OGLE-2016-BLG-1045: A Test of Cheap Space-based Microlens Parallaxes, 863, 23.
  22. Finzell, T., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (34 co-authors) (2018), The Astrophysical Journal, A Detailed Observational Analysis of V1324 Sco, the Most Gamma-Ray-luminous Classical Nova to Date, 852, 108.

2017

  1. Weston, S., Gulyaev, S., Kim, B., Litchfield, A., Hall, D., Curtis, J., Yun, T. C., Ruthven, A., Davies, G., Lagos, B., & Christie, D. (2017), 23rd European VLBI Group for Geodesy and Astrometry Working Meeting, Towards Cloud Correlation of VLBI Data., 23, 51.
  2. McCallum, L., Mayer, D., Le Bail, K., Schartner, M., McCallum, J., Lovell, J., Titov, O., Shu, F., & Gulyaev, S. (2017), Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, Star Scheduling Mode—A New Observing Strategy for Monitoring Weak Southern Radio Sources with the AuScope VLBI Array, 34, e063.
  3. Bertarini, A., Tuccari, G., Haas, R., McCallum, J., & Weston, S. (2017), 23rd European VLBI Group for Geodesy and Astrometry Working Meeting, An IVS Pilot Study for Distributed Correlation in the VGOS era, 23, 49.
  4. Mueller, C., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., Weston, S., et al. (34 co-authors) (2017), VizieR Online Data Catalog, VizieR Online Data Catalog: TANAMI II. Additional sources (Mueller+, 2018), J/A+A/610/A1.
  5. Plank, L., Lovell, J. E. J., McCallum, J. N., Mayer, D., Reynolds, C., Quick, J., Weston, S., Titov, O., Shabala, S. S., Böhm, J., Natusch, T., Nickola, M., & Gulyaev, S. (2017), Journal of Geodesy, The AUSTRAL VLBI observing program, 91, 803.
  6. Weston, S., Kim, B., Litchfield, A., Gulyaev, S., Hall, D., Chorao, C., Ruthven, A., Davies, G., Lagos, B., & Christie, D. (2017), EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, Towards Cloud Processing of GGOS Big Data, 10883.
  7. Petroff, E., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (416 co-authors) (2017), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, A polarized fast radio burst at low Galactic latitude, 469, 4465.
  8. Rankin, J. M., Archibald, A., Hessels, J., van Leeuwen, J., Mitra, D., Ransom, S., Stairs, I., van Straten, W., & Weisberg, J. M. (2017), The Astrophysical Journal, Toward an Empirical Theory of Pulsar Emission. XII. Exploring the Physical Conditions in Millisecond Pulsar Emission Regions, 845, 23.
  9. Wang, J. B., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (26 co-authors) (2017), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Comparison of pulsar positions from timing and very long baseline astrometry, 469, 425.
  10. Caleb, M., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (18 co-authors) (2017), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, The first interferometric detections of fast radio bursts, 468, 3746.
  11. Lentati, L., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (25 co-authors) (2017), Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Wide-band profile domain pulsar timing analysis, 466, 3706.
  12. van Straten, W., & Tiburzi, C. (2017), The Astrophysical Journal, The Statistics of Radio Astronomical Polarimetry: Disjoint, Superposed, and Composite Samples, 835, 293.

2016

  1. Alexander, J., & Gulyaev, S. (2016), The Astrophysical Journal, Stark Broadening of High-order Radio Recombination Lines toward the Orion Nebula, 828, 40.
  2. Keane, E. F., et al., van Straten, W., et al. (41 co-authors) (2016), Nature, The host galaxy of a fast radio burst, 530, 453.
  3. Duev, D. A., et al., Gulyaev, S. A., Natusch, T., Weston, S., et al. (36 co-authors) (2016), Astronomy and Astrophysics, Planetary Radio Interferometry and Doppler Experiment (PRIDE) technique: A test case of the Mars Express Phobos fly-by, 593, A34.
  4. Kadler, M., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., Weston, S., et al. (47 co-authors) (2016), Nature Physics, Coincidence of a high-fluence blazar outburst with a PeV-energy neutrino event, 12, 807.
  5. Krauß, F., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., & Weston, S. (35 co-authors) (2016), Astronomy and Astrophysics, The TANAMI Multiwavelength Program: Dynamic spectral energy distributions of southern blazars, 591, A130.
  6. Krauss, F., et al., Gulyaev, S., et al., Natusch, T., et al., & Weston, S. (35 co-authors) (2016), VizieR Online Data Catalog, VizieR Online Data Catalog: Dynamic SEDs of southern blazars - DSSB (Krauss+, 2016), J/A+A/591/A130.
  7. Olkin, C. B., et al., Young, L. A., French, R. G., Young, E. F., Buie, M. W., Howell, R. R., Regester, J., Ruhland, C. R., Natusch, T., Ramm, D. J., Giles, A. B., & Greenhill, J. G. (2016), Icarus, Corrigendum to 'Pluto's atmospheric structure from the July 2007 stellar occultation' [Icarus 239 (2014) 15-22], 269, 122.
  8. Poleski, R., et al., Natusch, T., et al. (92 co-authors) (2016), The Astrophysical Journal, The Spitzer Microlensing Program as a Probe for Globular Cluster Planets: Analysis of OGLE-2015-BLG-0448, 823, 63.

2015

  1. Petrov, L., Natusch, T., Weston, S., McCallum, J., Ellingsen, S., & Gulyaev, S. (2015). First scientific VLBI observations using New Zealand 30 metre radio telescope WARK30M. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 127(952), 516-522. doi:10.1086/681965
  2. Woodburn, L., Natusch, T., Weston, S., Thomasson, P., Godwin, M., Granet, C.,  Gulyaev, S. (2015). Conversion of a New Zealand 30-Metre Telecommunications Antenna into a Radio Telescope. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 32(e017), 1-14.  doi:10.1017/pasa.2015.13
  3. Kasabov N, Scott N, Gulyaev S, Tu E, Marks S, Sengupta N, Capecci E, Othman M, Gholami M, Murli N,  Evolving spatio-temporal data machines based on the NeuCube neuromorphic framework: Design methodology and selected applications. Neural Network, 18 pages Oct 2015
  4. Fukui, A., et al., Natusch, T. et al. (66 co-authors). OGLE-2012-BLG-0563Lb: A Saturn-mass Planet around an M Dwarf with the Mass Constrained by Subaru AO Imaging. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 804, Issue 1, article id. 33, 12 pp. (2015). DO  - 10.1088/0004-637X/809/1/74
  5. Jeong, J. et al., Natusch, T. et al. (102 co-authors). Reanalyses of Anomalous Gravitational Microlensing Events in the OGLE-III Early Warning System Database with Combined Data. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 804, Issue 1, article id. 38, 11 pp. (2015). DO  - 10.1088/0004-637X/804/1/38
  6. Skowron, J. et al., Natusch, T. et al. (131 co-authors). OGLE-2011-BLG-0265Lb: A Jovian Microlensing Planet Orbiting an M Dwarf. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 804, Issue 1, article id. 33, 12 pp. (2015). DO  - 10.1088/0004-637X/804/1/33
  7. Freeman, M. , et al., Natusch, T. et al.(25 co-authors). Can the Masses of Isolated Planetary-mass Gravitational Lenses be Measured by Terrestrial Parallax? The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 799, Issue 2, article id. 181, 12 pp. (2015). DO  - 10.1088/0004-637X/799/2/181
  8. Gulyaev S, Weston S, Natusch T    Towards GGOS stations. Proceedings paper and poster presented in European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Vienna, Austria, 12 - 17 Apr 2015. Proceedings Editors: de Rooij G.
  9. Nothnagel, Axel et al. Gulyaev S. et al. (2015): The IVS data input to ITRF2014. International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry, GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/GFZ.1.1.2015.002
  10. Gentle P, Gulyaev S,  Improving New Zealand’s connection to the ITRF: Warkworth Radio Astronomical Observatory. Poster in 26th IUGG General Assembly, Prague, Czech Republic, June 22 – July 2, 2015
  11. Weston, Stuart; Natusch, Tim; Woodburn, Lewis; Hart, Ben; Gulyaev, Sergei. New Zealand VLBI Station, Warkworth. IVS 2014 Annual Report, p.130-133.  IVS Coordinating Center, 2015. (NASA/TP-2015-217532.)

2014

  1. Henderson, C.B., et al., Natusch T. et al. (82 co-authors) 2014. Candidate Gravitational Microlensing Events for Future Direct Lens Imaging. The Astrophysical Journal , 794, 71.
  2. Gould et al., Natusch T., et al. (63 co-authors) 2014. A terrestrial planet in a 1-AU orbit around one member of a 15-AU binary. Science 345, 46-49.
  3. Yee, J.~C., et al., Natusch T., et al. (76 co-authors) 2014. MOA-2013-BLG-220Lb: Massive Planetary Companion to Galactic-disk Host. The Astrophysical Journal 790, 14.
  4. Park, H., et al., Natusch T., et al. (60 co-authors) 2014. OGLE-2012-BLG-0455/MOA-2012-BLG-206: Microlensing Event with Ambiguity in Planetary Interpretations Caused by Incomplete Coverage of Planetary Signal. The Astrophysical Journal 787, 71.
  5. Tsapras, Y., et al., Natusch T., et al. (131 co-authors) 2014. A Super-Jupiter Orbiting a Late-type Star: A Refined Analysis of Microlensing Event OGLE-2012-BLG-0406. The Astrophysical Journal 782, 48.

2013

  1. Gulyaev, S. 2013. Joint US/New Zealand GGOS Station in Antarctica?. AGU Fall Meeting (Abstracts).
  2. Alexander, J., Gulyaev, S. 2013. Measuring Extremely-Weak Stark-Broadened RRLs. ATNF Proposal.
  3. Bignall, H., and 16 co-authors 2013. RadioAstron-LBA observations of three high brightness temperature blazars. ATNF Proposal.
  4. Titov, O., and 24 co-authors 2013. Improving the terrestrial and celestial reference frame through Southern Hemisphere Geodetic VLBI Observations. ATNF Proposal.
  5. Dickey, J.~M., et al., Gulyaev S. et al.  (57 co-authors) 2013.  GASKAP-The Galactic ASKAP Survey. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 30, e003.
  6. Furusawa, K., et al., Natusch T. et al. (125 co-authors) 2013. MOA-2010-BLG-328Lb: A Sub-Neptune Orbiting very Late M Dwarf? The Astrophysical Journal 779, 91.
  7. Han, C., et al., Natusch T. et al. (73 co-authors) 2013. Microlensing Discovery of a Tight, Low-mass-ratio Planetary-mass Object around an Old Field Brown Dwarf. The Astrophysical Journal 778, 38.
  8. Yee, J.C., et al., Natusch T. et al. (131 co-authors) 2013. MOA-2010-BLG-311: A Planetary Candidate below the Threshold of Reliable Detection. The Astrophysical Journal 769, 77.
  9. Kains, N., et al., Natusch T. et al. (130 co-authors 2013). A giant planet beyond the snow line in microlensing event OGLE-2011-BLG-0251. Astronomy and Astrophysics 552, A70.
  10. Gould, A., et al., Natusch T. et al. (124 co-authors) 2013. MOA-2010-BLG-523: ''Failed Planet'' = RS CVn Star. The Astrophysical Journal 763, 141.
  11. Street, R.A., et al., Natusch T. et al.  (137 co-authors) 2013. MOA-2010-BLG-073L: An M-dwarf with a Substellar Companion at the Planet/Brown Dwarf Boundary. The Astrophysical Journal 763, 67.
  12. Han, C., et al., Natusch T. et al. (37 co-authors) 2013. The Second Multiple-planet System Discovered by Microlensing: OGLE-2012-BLG-0026Lb, cA Pair of Jovian Planets beyond the Snow Line. The Astrophysical Journal 762, L28.

2012

  1. Jacobs, C.S., and 24 co-authors 2012. The Potential for a Ka-band (32 GHz) Worldwide VLBI Network. IVS 2012 General Meeting Proceedings, Madrid Spain, Dirk Behrend and Karen Baver, editors, March 2012, p.194-198.
  2. Alexander, J. and Gulyaev, S. 2012. On The Apparent Narrowing of Radio Recombination Lines at High Principal Quantum Numbers. The Astrophysical Journal, 745, p.194-199.
  3. Godfrey, L.~E.~H., Bignall, H., Tingay, S., Harvey-Smith, L., Kramer, M., Burke-Spolaor, S., Miller-Jones, J.~C.~A., Johnston-Hollitt, M., Ekers, R., Gulyaev, S. 2012. Science at Very High Angular Resolution with the Square Kilometre Array. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia 29, 42-53.
  4. Jacobs, C.~S., et al., Gulyaev S., et al. (26 co-authors) 2012. The Potential for a Ka-band (32 GHz) Worldwide VLBI Network. Seventh General Meeting (GM2012) of the international VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry (IVS), held in Madrid, Spain, March 4-9, 2012, Eds: D.~Behrend and K.D.~Baver, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, p.194-198.
  5. Takiguchi, H., Natusch, T., Weston, S., Gulyaev, S. 2012. Warkworth Geodetic Station as a Potential GGOS Core Site in New Zealand. Seventh General Meeting (GM2012) of the international VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry (IVS), held in Madrid, Spain, March 4-9, 2012, Eds: D.~Behrend and K.D.~Baver, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, p.133-137.
  6. Shin, I.-G., et al., Natusch T. et al. (157 co-authors). 2012. Microlensing Binaries with Candidate Brown Dwarf Companions. The Astrophysical Journal 760, 116.
  7. Bachelet, E., et al., Natusch T. et al. (122 co-authors). 2012. A brown dwarf orbiting an M-dwarf: MOA 2009-BLG-411L. Astronomy and Astrophysics 547, A55.
  8. Takiguchi, H., Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., Weston, S., Woodburn, L. 2012. Towards Synergy of VLBI and Gnss Geodetic Techniques in Geologically Dynamic New Zealand. Advances in Geosciences, Solid Earth Science (SE).~Vol.~31.~Edited by Ching-Hua Lo.~ Singapore: World Scientific, 2012, p.31, 33.
  9. Filgas, R., et al., Natusch T. et al. (22 co-authors) 2012. GRB 091029: at the limit of the fireball scenario. Astronomy and Astrophysics 546, A101.
  10. Choi, J.-Y., et al., Natusch T. et al. (125 co-authors). 2012. A New Type of Ambiguity in the Planet and Binary Interpretations of Central Perturbations of High-magnification Gravitational Microlensing Events. The Astrophysical Journal 756, 48.
  11. Yee, J.~C., et al., Natusch T. et al. (79 co-authors). 2012. MOA-2011-BLG-293Lb: A Test of Pure Survey Microlensing Planet Detections. The Astrophysical Journal 755, 102.
  12. Shin, I.-G., et al., Natusch T. et al. (126 co-authors). 2012. Characterizing Low-mass Binaries from Observation of Long-timescale Caustic-crossing Gravitational Microlensing Events. The Astrophysical Journal 755, 91.
  13. Bachelet, E., et al., Natusch T. et al. (146 co-authors). 2012. MOA 2010-BLG-477Lb: Constraining the Mass of a Microlensing Planet from Microlensing Parallax, Orbital Motion, and Detection of Blended Light. The Astrophysical Journal 754, 73.
  14. Miyake, N., et al., Natusch T. et al. (85 co-authors). 2012. A Possible Binary System of a Stellar Remnant in the High-magnification Gravitational Microlensing Event OGLE-2007-BLG-514. The Astrophysical Journal 752, 82.
  15. Choi, J.-Y., et al., Natusch T. et al. (156 co-authors). 2012. Characterizing Lenses and Lensed Stars of High-magnification Single-lens Gravitational Microlensing Events with Lenses Passing over Source Stars. The Astrophysical Journal 751, 41.
  16. Jacobs, C.~S., et al., Natusch T. et al. (24 co-authors). 2012. The Potential for a Ka-band (32 GHz) Worldwide VLBI Network. IVS 2012 General Meeting Proceedings, Madrid Spain, Dirk Behrend and Karen Baver, editors, March 2012, p.194-198.
  17. Shin, I.-G., et al., Natusch T. et al. (157 co-authors). 2012. Microlensing Binaries Discovered through High-magnification Channel. The Astrophysical Journal 746, 127.

2011

  1. Godfrey, et al 2011 Very High Angular Resolution Science with the Square Kilometre Array. Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia (PASA), p.1-14.
  2. Gulyaev S., Natusch, T., Weston S. Palmer N., Collett D. 2011. Warkworth 12-m VLBI Station: WARK12M. In: IVS Annual Report 2010. Dirk Behrend and Karen Baver (eds.), NASA/TP-2011-215880, p.105-108.
  3. Petrov L. et al 2011 First geodetic observations using new VLBI stations ASKAP-29 and WARK12M. Publ. of Astron. Soc of Australia, 2011, 28(2), p.107-115.
  4. Tingay, S. on behalf of Australian and NZ VLBI team (incl. Gulyaev, S., Natusch, T., Weston S.). 2011. First science from the ASKAP and Warkworth radio telescopes: Trans-Tasman Very Long Baseline Interferometry blazes path to the SKA. CSIRO-ATNF Annual Report 2010. p.29-30.
  5. Mahmoud, M., Ensor, A., Elmegreen, B., Bien, A. and Gulyaev, S., 2011. Data Provenance and Management in Radio Astronomy: A Stream Computing Approach. In:  Data Provenance and Data Management. By Quan Bai (Ed.). Springer.
  6. Gulyaev, S. and Natusch, T.  Radio Astronomy: SKA and Trans-Tasman Collaboration on radio astronomy. In: New Zealand Astronomical Yearbook 2011, p.26-29.
  7. Takiguchi,  H., Gulyaev S., Natusch, T., Weston S., Woodburn, L. 2011. Contribution of Warkworth 12m VLBI radio telescope to New Zealand geodesy. In: Litchfield, N.J., Clark, K. (eds). Abstract volume, Geosciences 2011 Conference, Nelson, New Zealand. Geoscience Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication 130A: p.106. (ISBN 978-1-877480-13-3)
  8. Takiguchi,  H., et al. 2011. Inter-comparison Study of Time and Frequency Transfer between VLBI and Other Techniques (GPS, ETS8(TCE), TW(DPN) and DMTD). IVS NICT-TDC News No.32, p.1-6.
  9. Takiguchi,  H., Gulyaev S., Natusch, T., Weston S., Woodburn, L. 2011. Towards Synergy of VLBI and GNSS Geodetic Techniques in Geologically Dynamic New Zealand.   World Scientific Publishing. London, Singapore. p.1-12.
  10. Weston S., Natusch, T., Gulyaev S. 2011. New Zealand involvement in Radio Astronomical VLBI Image Processing. Accepted for presentation at the 26th International Conference Image and Vision Computing New Zealand (IVCNZ 2011). November 29 - December 1, 2011, Auckland, New Zealand.
  11. Gulyaev S., Natusch, T., Weston S., Thomasson, P.  2011. New Zealand pathway towards Asia-Pacific and global e-VLBI research and development. The 11th Asian-Pacific Regional IAU Meeting 2011. NARIT Conference Series, Vol. 1, 2012. S. Komonjinda, Y. Kovalev, and D. Ruolo, eds.
  12. Weston S., Natusch, T., Gulyaev S. 2011. Radio Astronomy data transfer and e-VLBI using KAREN network. Proceedings of the XXXth GA of the URSI. Turkey, 2011.
  13. Gulyaev S., Natusch, T., Weston S. 2011. Radio Astronomy and VLBI in New Zealand. Proceedings of the XXXth GA of the URSI. Turkey, 2011.
  14. Mahmoud M, Ensor A, Biem A, Elmegreen B, Gulyaev S. 2011.  An InfoSphere Streams Based Approach for Implementing an FX-Style Auto-Correlation Spectrometer with Accelerator Support. Poster presented in SKA 2011 International Forum, Banff, Canada, 4-8 July 2011.
  15. Choi, J.-Y…. Natusch, T., et al. 2011.  Characterizing Lenses and Lensed Stars of High-Magnification Gravitational Microlensing Events With Lenses Passing Over Source Stars. 2011.
  16. Muraki, Y…. Natusch, T., et al. 2011. Discovery and Mass Measurements of a Cold, 10 Earth Mass Planet and Its Host Star. Astrophysical Journal, 741, 22.
  17. Shin, I.-G., Natusch, T., et al. 2011. Microlensing Binaries Discovered through High-Magnification Channel. 2011.
  18. Miyake, N., Natusch, T., et al. 2011. A Sub-Saturn Mass Planet, MOA-2009-BLG-319Lb. Astrophysical Journal, 728, 120.
  19. Batista, V., Natusch, T., et al. 2011. MOA-2009-BLG-387Lb: a massive planet orbiting an M dwarf. Astronomy and Astrophysics, 529, 102.
  20. Parijskij, Yu.N.; Thomasson, P.; Zhelenkova, O.P.; Kopylov, A.I.; Muxlow, T.W.B.; Beswick, R.; Soboleva, T.J.; Temirova, A.V.; Verkhodanov, O.V.; Fatkhullin, T.A.; 2011. Observations of the Z=4.514 Radio Galaxy RC J0311+0507 and a Problem of SMBHs in the Early Universe. MNRAS.
  21. Xiong, Ming; Breen, A.R.; Bisi, M.M.; Owens, M.J.; Fallows, R.A.; Dorrian, G.D.; Davies, J.A. & Thomasson, P., 2011, Forward modelling to determine the observational signatures of white - light imaging and interplanetary scintillation for the propagation of an interplanetary shock in the ecliptic plane.  JASTP, 73, 1270.
  22. Parijskij, Yu.N.; Thomasson, P.; Zhelenkova, O.P.; Kopylov, A.I.; Muxlow, T.W.B.; Beswick, R.; O‘Brien, T.J.; Soboleva, T.J.; Temirova, A.V.; Verkhodanov, O.V.; Fatkhullin, T.A.; 2011,  Observations of a Z=4.514 galaxy and the problem of SMBHs in the Early Universe. In Proceedings of the 11th Asia-Pacific Regional IUA Meeting,     Chiang Mai, Thailand, July 2011 - NARIT Conference Series.
  23. Parijskij, Yu.N.; Thomasson, P.; Zhelenkova, O.P.; Kopylov, A.I.; Muxlow, T.W.B.; Beswick, R.; O‘Brien, T.J.; Soboleva, T.J.;  Temirova, A.V.; Verkhodanov, O.V.; Fatkhullin, T.A.;  2011. RC J0311+0507 Radio galaxy - an unusual object in the early universe, Joint European National Astronomical Meeting (JENAM-2011). Oral presentation.
  24. European Science Foundation Committee for Radio Astronomy Frequencies (CRAF) Newsletter. Peter Thomasson is the Editor of Issue 23 and Issue 24.