Yong Zheng - Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University

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Yong Zheng
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Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University
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Beijing
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Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (6)
 
High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (5)
 
Astrophysics of Galaxies (3)
 
Nuclear Experiment (2)
 
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Publications Authored By Yong Zheng

It has recently been discovered that some, if not all, classical novae emit GeV gamma-rays during outburst, but the mechanics of this gamma-ray emission are still not well understood. We present here a comprehensive, multi-wavelength dataset---from radio to X-rays---for the most gamma-ray luminous classical nova to-date, V1324 Sco. Using this dataset, we show that V1324 Sco is a canonical dusty Fe-II type nova, with a bulk ejecta velocity of $1150 \pm 40~\rm km~s^{-1}$ and an ejecta mass of $2. Read More

The low-energy physics of one-dimensional (1D) strongly correlated systems is generally described by the Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid (TLL) regardless of quantum statistics of the constituent particles. Such collective behaviour results in the free-fermion universality class of quantum criticality near a phase transition. Although evidences for the TLL have been found in a variety of 1D materials, a conclusive observation of the hallmark TLL and criticality remains challenging due to the lack of proper measures and the requirement of extreme experimental conditions. Read More

Plastic scintillation detectors for Time-of-Flight (TOF) measurements are almost essential for event-by-event identification of relativistic rare isotopes. In this work, a pair of plastic scintillation detectors of 50 $\times$ 50 $\times$ 3$^{t}$ mm$^3$ and 80 $\times$ 100 $\times$ 3$^{t}$ mm$^3$ have been set up at the external target facility (ETF), Institute of Modern Physics. Their time, energy and position responses are measured with $^{18}$O primary beam at 400 MeV/nucleon. Read More

We present medium-resolution, near-ultraviolet VLT/FLAMES observations of the star USNO-A0600-15865535. We adapt a standard method of stellar typing to our measurement of the shape of the Balmer epsilon absorption line to demonstrates that USNO-A0600-15865535 is a blue horizontal branch star, residing in the lower stellar halo at a distance of 4.4 kpc from the Sun. Read More

PKS 1424+240 is a distant very high energy gamma-ray BL Lac object with redshift $z=0.601$. It was found that pure synchrotron self-Compton (SSC) process normally need extreme input parameters (e. Read More

Context-aware recommender systems extend traditional recommenders by adapting their suggestions to users' contextual situations. CARSKit is a Java-based open-source library specifically designed for the context-aware recommendation, where the state-of-the-art context-aware recommendation algorithms have been implemented. This report provides the basic user's guide to CARSKit, including how to prepare the data set, how to configure the experimental settings, and how to evaluate the algorithms, as well as interpreting the outputs. Read More

The importance of shocks in nova explosions has been highlighted by Fermi's discovery of \gamma-ray producing novae. Over three years of multi-band VLA radio observations of the 2010 nova V1723 Aql show that shocks between fast and slow flows within the ejecta led to the acceleration of particles and the production of synchrotron radiation. Soon after the start of the eruption, shocks in the ejecta produced an unexpected radio flare, resulting in a multi-peaked radio light curve. Read More

High-spin level structure of the neutron-rich nucleus 91Y has been reinvestigated via the 82Se(13C, p3n)91Y reaction. A newly constructed level scheme including several key levels clarifies the uncertainties in the earlier studies. These levels are characterized by the breaking of the Z=38 and N=56 subshell closures, which involves in the spin-isospin dependent central force and tensor force. Read More

2014Dec
Affiliations: 1DoA-PKU, 2DoA-PKU, 3KIAA-PKU, 4NAOC, 5DoA-PKU, 6DoA-PKU, 7DoA-PKU, 8DoA-PKU, 9DoA-PKU, 10DoA-PKU, 11DoA-PKU, 12NAOC, 13NAOC, 14NAOC, 15NIAOT, 16NAOC, 17NIAOT, 18NIAOT, 19NAOC, 20NAOC

We have developed and implemented an iterative algorithm of flux calibration for the LAMOST Spectroscopic Survey of the Galactic anti-center (LSS-GAC). For a given LSS-GAC plate, the spectra are first processed with a set of nominal spectral response curves (SRCs) and used to derive initial stellar atmospheric parameters (effective temperature $T_{\rm eff}$, surface gravity log\,$g$ and metallicity [Fe/H]) as well as dust reddening $E(B-V)$ of all targeted stars. For each of the sixteen spectrographs, several F-type stars of good signal-to-noise ratios (SNRs) are then selected as flux standard stars for further, iterative spectral flux calibration. Read More

Classical novae are the most common astrophysical thermonuclear explosions, occurring on the surfaces of white dwarf stars accreting gas from companions in binary star systems. Novae typically expel ~10^(-4) solar masses of material at velocities exceeding 1,000 kilometres per second. However, the mechanism of mass ejection in novae is poorly understood, and could be dominated by the impulsive flash of thermonuclear energy, prolonged optically thick winds, or binary interaction with the nova envelope. Read More

The radio light curves of novae rise and fall over the course of months to years, allowing for detailed observations of the evolution of the nova shell. However, the main parameter determined by radio models of nova explosions - the mass of the ejecta - often seems to exceed theoretical expectations by an order of magnitude. With the recent technological improvements on the Karl G. Read More

2013Jan
Affiliations: 1Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, 2Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, 3Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, 4National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 5National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 6Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, 7National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Upon their formation, dynamically cool (collapsing) star clusters will, within only a few million years, achieve stellar mass segregation for stars down to a few solar masses, simply because of gravitational two-body encounters. Since binary systems are, on average, more massive than single stars, one would expect them to also rapidly mass segregate dynamically. Contrary to these expectations and based on high-resolution Hubble Space Telescope observations, we show that the compact, 15-30 Myr-old Large Magellanic Cloud cluster NGC 1818 exhibits tantalizing hints at the >= 2 sigma level of significance (> 3 sigma if we assume a power-law secondary-to-primary mass-ratio distribution) of an increasing fraction of F-star binary systems (with combined masses of 1. Read More