Publications

Selected list of lead analysis and major contributions.
For a full list of publications see Google Scholar.

GW190521 from the merger of ultra-dwarf galaxies 
A. Palmese & C. J. Conselice, 2020, arXiv:2009.10688

A statistical standard siren measurement of the Hubble constant from the LIGO/Virgo gravitational wave compact object merger GW190814 and Dark Energy Survey galaxies 
A. Palmese et al., 2020, ApJ 900 L33, arXiv:2006.14961

The distant, galaxy cluster environment of the short GRB 161104A at z ∼ 0.8 and a comparison to the short GRB host population
A. Nugent, W. Fong, Y. Dong, A. Palmese et al., 2020, submitted to ApJ, arXiv:2007.10372

Is GW170817 a Multimessenger Neutron Star-Primordial Black Hole Merger? 
Y. Tsai, A. Palmese, S. Profumo, T. Jeltema, 2020, arXiv:2007.03686

A DESGW Search for the Electromagnetic Counterpart to the LIGO/Virgo Gravitational Wave Binary Neutron Star Merger Candidate S190510g
A. Garcia, R. Morgan, K. Herner, A. Palmese et al., 2020, ApJL in press arXiv:2007.00050

μ⋆ Masses: Weak Lensing Calibration of the Dark Energy Survey Year 1 redMaPPer Clusters using Stellar Masses
M. E. S. Pereira, A. Palmese et al., 2020, MNRAS in press arXiv:2006.10162

Constraints on the Physical Properties of S190814bv through Simulations based on DECam Follow-up Observations by the Dark Energy Survey
R. Morgan et al., 2020, ApJ in press, arXiv:2006.07385

Probing gravity and growth of structure with gravitational waves and galaxies’ peculiar velocity A. Palmese & A. G. Kim, 2020, submitted to PRD, arXiv:2005.04325

Optical follow-up of gravitational wave triggers with DECam during the first two LIGO/VIRGO observing runs
K. Herner et al., 2020, Astronomy & Computing in press, arXiv:2001.06551

Gravitational Waves from Black Holes in Merging Ultra-Dwarf Galaxies
C. J. Conselice, R. Bhatawdekar, A. Palmese, W. G. Hartley, 2020, ApJ 890 8, arxiv:1907.05361

Stellar mass as a galaxy cluster mass proxy: application to the Dark Energy Survey redMaPPer clusters 
A. Palmese et al., 2020, MNRAS 493, 4, arxiv:1901.01540

Gravitational wave cosmology and astrophysics with large spectroscopic galaxy surveys 
A. Palmese et al., 2019, BAAS, 51, 310

First measurement of the Hubble constant from a dark standard siren using the Dark Energy Survey galaxies and the LIGO/Virgo binary-black-hole merger GW170814
The DES Collaboration, the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the Virgo Collaboration (A. Palmese Corresponding author) 2019, ApJL, 876, 1, L7 arXiv:1901.01540

A Search for Optical Emission from Binary-Black-Hole Merger GW170814 with the Dark Energy Camera
Z. Doctor, R. Kessler, K. Herner, A. Palmese, et al., 2019, ApJL, 873, 2, L24

Dark Energy Survey Year 1 results: Detection of Intra-cluster Light at Redshift ∼ 0.25
Y. Zhang, B. Yanny, A. Palmese et al., 2019, ApJ, 874, 2

Dark Energy Survey Year 1 Results: The effect of intra-cluster light on photometric redshifts for weak gravitational lensing
D. Gruen, Y. Zhang, A. Palmese et al., 2019, MNRAS, arXiv:1809.04599

Weak-lensing calibration of a stellar mass–based mass proxy for redMaPPer and Voronoi Tessellation clusters in SDSS Stripe 82
M. E. S. Pereira et al., 2018, MNRAS, 474, 361-1372

Evidence for dynamically–driven formation of the GW170817 Neutron Star Binary in NGC 4993
A. Palmese et al., 2017, ApJL, 849, L34 arXiv:1710.06748

The electromagnetic counterpart of the binary neutron star merger LIGO/VIRGO GW170817.
I. Discovery of the optical counterpart using the Dark Energy Camera

M. Soares-Santos et al., 2017, ApJL, 848, L16

Comparing Dark Energy Survey and HST-CLASH observations of the galaxy cluster RXC J2248.7-4431: implications for stellar mass versus dark matter 
A. Palmese, O. Lahav, & the Dark Energy Survey collaboration, 2016, MNRAS, 463, 1486–1499

Redshift distributions of galaxies in the DES Science Verification shear catalogue and implications for weak lensing
C. Bonnett et al., 2016, PRD, 94, 4

Hi-GAL, the Herschel infrared Galactic Plane Survey: photometric maps and compact source catalogues. First data release for the inner Milky Way: +68 deg ≥ l ≥ −70 deg
S. Molinari et al., 2016, A&A, 591, A149


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