ngVLA Science Whitepapers

Today forty-one ngVLA Science Whitepapers hit Arxiv! For your enjoyment, here's a list of them in the order they landed, and a few others that showed up off-schedule …

  1. The ngVLA Science Case and Associated Science Requirements
  2. The ngVLA Reference Design
  3. Accreting Supermassive Black Holes in Nearby Low-mass Galaxies
  4. Stellar Emission as a Source of Flux Bias in Debris Disks
  5. SETI Searches for Evidence of Intelligent Life in the Galaxy
  6. Neutral Atomic Hydrogen in the Local Universe
  7. Astrometry and Long Baseline Science
  8. Resolving the Radio Complexity of EXor and FUor-type Systems
  9. Prebiotic Molecules
  10. New Frontiers in Protostellar Multiplicity
  11. Pulsar Timing Arrays
  12. Resolved Substructures in Protoplanetary Disks
  13. Tracing the Water Snowline in Protoplanetary disks
  14. Characterizing Feedback Through Molecular Outflows Across Cosmic Time
  15. Offset Active Galactic Nuclei
  16. Precision Gas-dynamical Mass Measurement of Supermassive Black Holes
  17. Observations of Coronal Magnetic Fields
  18. Galactic Center Pulsars
  19. Observations of the Solar Wind
  20. Radio Recombination Lines from HII Regions
  21. Evolved Stars
  22. Imaging planetary systems in the act of forming
  23. Massive and Evolved Stars
  24. Tidal disruption events
  25. Probing Strong Binary Interactions and Accretion in AGB stars
  26. H2O Megamaser Cosmology
  27. Star-forming Filaments and Cores on a Galactic Scale
  28. Molecular Clouds in Galaxies
  29. Gas Density Across the Universe
  30. Planetary Nebulae
  31. Debris disk structure and composition
  32. Organics in Disk Midplanes
  33. Accretion and Jets in Local Compact Objects
  34. How Do Cold Gas Outflows Shape Galaxies?
  35. The Molecular High-z Universe on Large Scales: Low-surface-brightness CO and the strength of the ngVLA Core
  36. A six-dimensional tomographic view of Galactic star-formation
  37. Classical Novae
  38. Local Constraints on Supermassive Black Hole Seeds
  39. Cold gas in High-z Galaxies: CO as redshift beacon
  40. Extreme Scattering Events and Symmetric Achromatic Variations
  41. Probing Obscured MBH Accretion and Growth since Cosmic Dawn
  42. New Parameter Space for Deep Field Radio Continuum Surveys
  43. Deuteration in starless and prestellar cores
  44. Imaging Stellar Radio Photospheres
  45. Magnetic fields in forming stars
  46. Exploring Protostellar Disk Formation
  47. Radio Continuum Emission from Galaxies: An Accounting of Energetic Processes
  48. Radio Jet-ISM Feedback on Sub-galactic Scales
  49. Young Radio AGN
  50. [CII] 158μm Emission from z ≥ 10 Galaxies
  51. Compact binary mergers as traced by gravitational waves
  52. Cold gas in High-z Galaxies: The molecular gas budget
  53. Cold gas in High-z Galaxies: The dense ISM
  54. High-resolution imaging of Radio Jets Launched by AGN
  55. High-resolution imaging of comets
  56. Radio Observations of Solar Flares
  57. Imaging Cold Gas to 1 kpc Scales in High-Redshift Galaxies
  58. Indirect Detection of Extrasolar Planets via Astrometry
  59. Potential for Solar System Science
  60. Planetary Bistatic Radar
  61. Spacecraft Telecommunications
  62. Stellar Activity on Red Giant and Supergiant Stars: Mass Loss and the Evolution of the Stellar Dynamo
  63. Reaching Communities and Creating New Opportunities
  64. Observing the Effects of Chemistry on Exoplanets and Planet Formation