Jeremy Heyl
Jeremy Heyl
Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of British Columbia
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Autofib Redshift Survey—I. Evolution of the galaxy luminosity function
RS Ellis, M Colless, T Broadhurst, J Heyl, K Glazebrook
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 280 (1), 235-251, 1996
Changes in the X-ray emission from the magnetar candidate 1E 2259+ 586 during its 2002 outburst
PM Woods, VM Kaspi, C Thompson, FP Gavriil, HL Marshall, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 605 (1), 378, 2004
How common are magnetars? The consequences of magnetic field decay
JS Heyl, SR Kulkarni
The Astrophysical Journal 506 (1), L61, 1998
eXTP: Enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarization mission
SN Zhang, M Feroci, A Santangelo, YW Dong, H Feng, FJ Lu, K Nandra, ...
Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray 9905 …, 2017
Structure of merger remnants. III. Phase-space constraints
L Hernquist, DN Spergel, JS Heyl
The Astrophysical Journal 416, 415, 1993
Birefringence and dichroism of the QED vacuum
JS Heyl, L Hernquist
arXiv preprint hep-ph/9705367, 1997
The central X-ray point source in Cassiopeia A
D Chakrabarty, MJ Pivovaroff, LE Hernquist, JS Heyl, R Narayan
The Astrophysical Journal 548 (2), 800, 2001
Autofib Redshift Survey—II. Evolution of the galaxy luminosity function by spectral type
J Heyl, M Colless, RS Ellis, T Broadhurst
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 285 (3), 613-634, 1997
Powering anomalous X-ray pulsars by neutron star cooling
JS Heyl, L Hernquist
The Astrophysical Journal 489 (1), L67, 1997
A dynamical signature of multiple stellar populations in 47 Tucanae
HB Richer, J Heyl, J Anderson, JS Kalirai, MM Shara, A Dotter, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 771 (1), L15, 2013
Using long-term transit timing to detect terrestrial planets
JS Heyl, BJ Gladman
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 377 (4), 1511-1519, 2007
Thermonuclear stability of material accreting onto a neutron star
R Narayan, JS Heyl
The Astrophysical Journal 599 (1), 419, 2003
Galaxy formation in a variety of hierarchical models
JS Heyl, S Cole, CS Frenk, JF Navarro
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 274 (3), 755-768, 1995
r-Modes on Rapidly Rotating, Relativistic Stars. I. Do Type I Bursts Excite Modes in the Neutron Star Ocean?
JS Heyl
The Astrophysical Journal 600 (2), 939, 2004
Analytic form for the effective Lagrangian of QED and its application to pair production and photon splitting
JS Heyl, L Hernquist
Physical Review D 55 (4), 2449, 1997
The strongly polarized afterglow of GRB 020405
D Bersier, B McLeod, PM Garnavich, MJ Holman, T Grav, J Quinn, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 583 (2), L63, 2003
QED and the high polarization of the thermal radiation from neutron stars
JS Heyl, NJ Shaviv
Physical Review D 66 (2), 023002, 2002
On the lack of type I X-ray bursts in black hole X-ray binaries: evidence for the event horizon?
R Narayan, JS Heyl
The Astrophysical Journal 574 (2), L139, 2002
Almost analytic models of ultramagnetized neutron star envelopes
JS Heyl, L Hernquist
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 300 (2), 599-615, 1998
Structure of merger remnants. 4: Isophotal shapes
JS Heyl, L Hernquist, DN Spergel
The Astrophysical Journal 427, 165-173, 1994
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