Norman William Murray
Norman William Murray
Professor of Astrophysics, University of Toronto
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On the maximum luminosity of galaxies and their central black holes: feedback from momentum-driven winds
N Murray, E Quataert, TA Thompson
arXiv preprint astro-ph/0406070, 2004
9472004
Accretion disk winds from active galactic nuclei
N Murray, J Chiang, SA Grossman, GM Voit
The Astrophysical Journal 451, 498, 1995
8381995
Galaxies on FIRE (Feedback In Realistic Environments): stellar feedback explains cosmologically inefficient star formation
PF Hopkins, D Kereš, J Oñorbe, CA Faucher-Giguère, E Quataert, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 445 (1), 581-603, 2014
8262014
The use of transit timing to detect terrestrial-mass extrasolar planets
MJ Holman, NW Murray
Science 307 (5713), 1288-1291, 2005
6292005
Radiation pressure-supported starburst disks and active galactic nucleus fueling
TA Thompson, E Quataert, N Murray
The Astrophysical Journal 630 (1), 167, 2005
5512005
Planet Migration and Binary Companions: The Case of HD 80606b
Y Wu, N Murray
ApJ 589, 605, 2003
4682003
Stellar feedback in galaxies and the origin of galaxy‐scale winds
PF Hopkins, E Quataert, N Murray
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 421 (4), 3522-3537, 2012
4182012
Self-regulated star formation in galaxies via momentum input from massive stars
PF Hopkins, E Quataert, N Murray
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 417 (2), 950-973, 2011
4102011
Atmospheric escape from hot Jupiters
RA Murray-Clay, EI Chiang, N Murray
The Astrophysical Journal 693 (1), 23, 2009
4102009
The disruption of giant molecular clouds by radiation pressure & the efficiency of star formation in galaxies
N Murray, E Quataert, TA Thompson
The Astrophysical Journal 709 (1), 191, 2009
3852009
Star formation efficiencies and lifetimes of giant molecular clouds in the Milky Way
N Murray
The Astrophysical Journal 729 (2), 133, 2011
3262011
Gusty, gaseous flows of FIRE: galactic winds in cosmological simulations with explicit stellar feedback
AL Muratov, D Kereš, CA Faucher-Giguère, PF Hopkins, E Quataert, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 454 (3), 2691-2713, 2015
3012015
Excitation of solar p-modes
P Goldreich, N Murray, P Kumar
Astrophysical Journal 424 (1), 466-479, 1994
2991994
Disk winds and disk emission lines
N Murray, J Chiang
The Astrophysical Journal 474 (1), 91, 1997
2851997
Migrating Planets
N Murray, B Hansen, M Holman, S Tremaine
Science 279, 69, 1998
2661998
Compact high-redshift galaxies are the cores of the most massive present-day spheroids
PF Hopkins, K Bundy, N Murray, E Quataert, TR Lauer, CP Ma
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 398 (2), 898-910, 2009
2422009
The structure of the interstellar medium of star‐forming galaxies
PF Hopkins, E Quataert, N Murray
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 421 (4), 3488-3521, 2012
2402012
Radiation pressure from massive star clusters as a launching mechanism for super-galactic winds
N Murray, B Ménard, TA Thompson
The Astrophysical Journal 735 (1), 66, 2011
2372011
Forged in fire: cusps, cores and baryons in low-mass dwarf galaxies
J Oñorbe, M Boylan-Kolchin, JS Bullock, PF Hopkins, D Kereš, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 454 (2), 2092-2106, 2015
2362015
Variations in the Galactic star formation rate and density thresholds for star formation
SN Longmore, J Bally, L Testi, CR Purcell, AJ Walsh, E Bressert, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 429 (2), 987-1000, 2012
2192012
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