Publications of Jens Thomas

Journal Article (52)

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Lipka, M.; Thomas, J.: A novel approach to optimize the regularization and evaluation of dynamical models using a model selection framework. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 504 (3), pp. 4599 - 4625 (2021)
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Erwin, P.; Seth, A.; Debattista, V. P.; Seidel, M.; Kianusch, M.; Thomas, J.; Saglia, R.; de Lorenzo-Caceres, A.; Maciejewski, W.; Fabricius, M. et al.; Mendez-Abreu, J.; Hopp, U.; Kluge, M.; Beckman, J. E.; Bender, R.; Drory, N.; Fisher, D.: Composite bulges – II. Classical bulges and nuclear discs in barred galaxies: the contrasting cases of NGC 4608 and NGC 4643. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 502 (2), pp. 2446 - 2473 (2021)
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Neureiter, B.; Thomas, J.; Saglia, R.; Bender, R.; Finozzi, F.; Krukau, A.; Naab, T.; Rantala, A.; Frigo, M.: SMART: a new implementation of Schwarzschild's Orbit Superposition technique for triaxial galaxies and its application to an N-body merger simulation. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 500 (1), pp. 1437 - 1465 (2020)
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Stefano, d. N.; Saglia, R. P.; Thomas, J.; Dehnen, W.; Bender, R.: Non-parametric triaxial deprojection of elliptical galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 496 (3), pp. 3076 - 3100 (2020)
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Ene, I.; Ma, C.-P.; Walsh, J. L.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.: The MASSIVE Survey XIV – Stellar velocity profiles and kinematic misalignments from 200 pc to 20 kpc in massive early-type galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal 891 (1), 65 (2020)
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Kianusch, M.; Thomas, J.; Saglia, R.; Mazzalay, X.; Erwin, P.; Bender, R.; Kluge, M.; Fabricius, M.: A 40-billion solar mass black hole in the extreme core of Holm 15A, the central galaxy of Abell 85. The Astrophysical Journal 887 (2), 195 (2019)
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Ene, I.; Ma, C.-P.; McConnell, N. J.; Walsh, J. L.; Kempski, P.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.: The MASSIVE Survey XIII. Spatially resolved stellar kinematics in the central 1 kpc of 20 massive elliptical galaxies with the GMOS-North integral field spectrograph. The Astrophysical Journal 878 (1), 57 (2019)
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Greene, J. E.; Veale, M.; Ma, C.-P.; Thomas, J.; Quenneville, M. E.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Walsh, J. L.; Goulding, A.; Ito, J.: The MASSIVE Survey - XII. Connecting stellar populations of early-type galaxies to kinematics and environment. The Astrophysical Journal 874 (1), 66, pp. 1 - 22 (2019)
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Rantala, A.; Johansson, P. H.; Naab, T.; Thomas, J.; Frigo, M.: The simultaneous formation of cored, tangentially biased, and kinematically decoupled centers in massive early-type galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal Letters 872 (2), L17, pp. 1 - 7 (2019)
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Corsini, E. M.; Morelli, L.; Zarattini, S.; Aguerri, J. A. L.; Costantin, L.; D’Onghia, E.; Girardi, M.; Kundert, A.; Méndez-Abreu, J.; Thomas, J.: Fossil group origins - IX. Probing the formation of fossil galaxy groups with stellar population gradients of their central galaxies. Astronomy and Astrophysics 618, A172, pp. 1 - 16 (2018)
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Rantala, A.; Johansson, P. H.; Naab, T.; Thomas, J.; Frigo, M.: The formation of extremely diffuse galaxy cores by merging supermassive black holes. The Astrophysical Journal 864 (2), 113 (2018)
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Ene, I.; Ma, ‹. C.-P.; Veale, M.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Foster, C.; Walsh, J. L.; Ito, J.; Goulding, A. D.: The MASSIVE Survey – X. Misalignment between kinematic and photometric axes and intrinsic shapes of massive early-type galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 479 (2), pp. 2810 - 2826 (2018)
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Goullaud, C. F.; Jensen, J. B.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Ma, C.-P.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.: The MASSIVE Survey - IX. Photometric analysis of 35 high-mass early-type galaxies with HST WFC3/IR. The Astrophysical Journal 856 (1), 11 (2018)
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Veale, M.; Ma, C.-P.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Walsh, J. L.; Ito, J.: The MASSIVE survey – VIII. Stellar velocity dispersion profiles and environmental dependence of early-type galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 473 (4), pp. 5446 - 5467 (2018)
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Erwin, P.; Thomas, J.; Saglia, R. P.; Fabricius, M.; Rusli, S. P.; Seitz, S.; Bender, R.: NGC 307 and the effects of dark-matter haloes on measuring supermassive black holes in disc galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 473 (2), pp. 2251 - 2274 (2018)
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Veale, M.; Ma, C.-P.; Greene, J. E.; Thomas, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.; McConnell, N.; Walsh, J. L.; Ito, J.: The MASSIVE Survey – VII. The relationship of angular momentum, stellar mass and environment of early-type galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 471 (2), pp. 1428 - 1445 (2017)
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Pandya, V.; Greene, J. E.; Ma, C.-P.; Veale, M.; Ene, I.; Davis, T. A.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Goulding, A. D.; McConnell, N. J.; Nyland, K. et al.; Thomas, J.: The MASSIVE survey - VI. The spatial distribution and kinematics of warm ionized gas in the most massive local early-type galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal 837 (1), 40 (2017)
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Veale, M.; Ma, C.-P.; Thomas, J.; Greene, J. E.; McConnell, N. J.; Walsh, J.; Ito, J.; Blakeslee, J. P.; Janish, R.: The MASSIVE Survey – V. Spatially resolved stellar angular momentum, velocity dispersion, and higher moments of the 41 most massive local early-type galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 464 (1), pp. 356 - 384 (2017)
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Mazzalay, X.; Thomas, J.; Saglia, R. P.; Wegner, G. A.; Bender, R.; Erwin, P.; Fabricius, M. H.; Rusli, S. P.: The supermassive black hole and double nucleus of the core elliptical NGC 5419. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 462 (3), pp. 2847 - 2860 (2016)
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Goulding, A. D.; Greene, J. E.; Ma, C.-P.; Veale, M.; Bogdan, A.; Nyland, K.; Blakeslee, J. P.; McConnell, N. J.; Thomas, J.: The MASSIVE survey - IV. The X-ray halos of the most massive early-type galaxies in the nearby universe. The Astrophysical Journal 826 (2), 167, pp. 1 - 22 (2016)
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