His primary areas of investigation include Astrophysics, Galaxy, Astronomy, Galaxy cluster and Dark matter. Much of his study explores Astrophysics relationship to Scaling. His Halo, Star formation, Weak gravitational lensing, Gravitational lens and Luminosity function study are his primary interests in Galaxy.
His Halo research focuses on Andromeda Galaxy and how it relates to Stellar mass, Stellar density and Metallicity. His Galaxy cluster study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cosmology and Mass ratio. Arif Babul has included themes like Redshift and Baryon in his Dark matter study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Astrophysics, Galaxy, Galaxy cluster, Astronomy and Dark matter. His Astrophysics study focuses mostly on Halo, Intracluster medium, Redshift, Star formation and Weak gravitational lensing. The concepts of his Halo study are interwoven with issues in Stars, Andromeda Galaxy, Stellar mass and Galaxy group.
In his work, Supermassive black hole is strongly intertwined with Active galactic nucleus, which is a subfield of Intracluster medium. His study focuses on the intersection of Galaxy cluster and fields such as Surface brightness with connections in the field of Metallicity. His Cold dark matter study in the realm of Dark matter interacts with subjects such as Substructure.
Arif Babul mostly deals with Astrophysics, Galaxy, Redshift, Star formation and Halo. His works in Galaxy cluster, Luminosity, Intracluster medium, Dark matter and Galaxy group are all subjects of inquiry into Astrophysics. His Galaxy cluster study improves the overall literature in Astronomy.
His study in the fields of Galaxy formation and evolution, Stellar mass, Milky Way and Dwarf galaxy under the domain of Galaxy overlaps with other disciplines such as Noise level. His Star formation research includes elements of Supermassive black hole and Brightest cluster galaxy. Arif Babul interconnects Accretion and Spatial clustering in the investigation of issues within Halo.
His main research concerns Astrophysics, Galaxy, Star formation, Redshift and Galaxy cluster. Arif Babul works in the field of Astrophysics, focusing on Cosmology in particular. His Cosmology study incorporates themes from Weak gravitational lensing, Cosmic microwave background and Scaling.
The Star formation study combines topics in areas such as Intracluster medium and Dark matter. His Dark matter research entails a greater understanding of Astronomy. His Redshift study combines topics in areas such as Stars, Spectral density and Velocity dispersion.
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On dwarf elliptical galaxies and the faint blue counts
Arif Babul;Martin J. Rees.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (1992)
The remnants of galaxy formation from a panoramic survey of the region around M31
Alan W. McConnachie;Michael J. Irwin;Rodrigo A. Ibata;John Dubinski.
The role of black holes in galaxy formation and evolution
A. Cattaneo;S. M. Faber;J. Binney;A. Dekel.
Joint Analysis of Cluster Observations: II. Chandra/XMM-Newton X-ray and Weak Lensing Scaling Relations for a Sample of 50 Rich Clusters of Galaxies
A. Mahdavi;H. Hoekstra;A. Babul;C. Bildfell.
arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (2012)
The Canadian Cluster Comparison Project: detailed study of systematics and updated weak lensing masses
Henk Hoekstra;Ricardo Herbonnet;Adam Muzzin;Arif Babul.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2015)
The large-scale structure of the halo of the Andromeda Galaxy Part I: global stellar density, morphology and metallicity properties
Rodrigo A. Ibata;Geraint F. Lewis;Alan W. McConnachie;Nicolas F. Martin.
arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies (2013)
The nature and space density of fossil groups of galaxies
L. R. Jones;T. J. Ponman;A. Horton;A. Babul.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2003)
Galaxy-Induced Transformation of Dark Matter Halos
Mario G. Abadi;Julio F. Navarro;Mark Fardal;Arif Babul.
arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies (2009)
Reionization in a cold dark matter universe: The feedback of galaxy formation on the intergalactic medium
Paul R. Shapiro;Mark L. Giroux;Mark L. Giroux;Arif Babul.
The Astrophysical Journal (1994)
LoCuSS: THE SLOW QUENCHING OF STAR FORMATION IN CLUSTER GALAXIES AND THE NEED FOR PRE-PROCESSING
C. P. Haines;C. P. Haines;C. P. Haines;M. J. Pereira;G. P. Smith;E. Egami.
The Astrophysical Journal (2015)
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