Alak K. Ray

Affiliations: 
1981- Astronomy & Astrophysics Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 
Area:
Astronomy, Supernovae, pulsars
Website:
http://www.tifr.res.in/~akr/
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Wagle GA, Ray A. (2020) Type IIP Supernova Progenitors. II. Stellar Mass and Obscuration by the Dust in the Circumstellar Medium The Astrophysical Journal. 889: 86
Chandra P, Nayana AJ, Björnsson CI, et al. (2019) Type Ib Supernova Master OT J120451.50+265946.6: Radio-emitting Shock with Inhomogeneities Crossing through a Dense Shell The Astrophysical Journal. 877: 79
Kocherlakota P, Joshi PS, Bhattacharyya S, et al. (2019) Gravitomagnetism and pulsar beam precession near a Kerr black hole Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 490: 3262-3286
Kameswara Rao N, De Marco O, Krishna S, et al. (2018) Planetary nebulae with UVIT Astronomy & Astrophysics. 620: A138
Rao NK, Sutaria FK, Murthy J, et al. (2018) Planetary nebulae with UVIT: Far ultra-violet halo around the Bow Tie nebula (NGC 40) Astronomy and Astrophysics. 609
Das S, Ray A. (2017) Modeling Type II-P/II-L Supernovae Interacting with Recent Episodic Mass Ejections from Their Presupernova Stars with MESA and SNEC The Astrophysical Journal. 851: 138
Ray A, Loeb A. (2017) Inferring the Composition of Super-Jupiter Mass Companions of Pulsars with Radio Line Spectroscopy The Astrophysical Journal. 836: 135
Ray A. (2017) IAUS 331: Supernova 1987A thirty years later Nature Astronomy. 1: 1-2
Das S, Ray A. (2017) Evolution & Explosion of Massive Stars Leading to IIP-IIL SNe with MESA & SNEC Arxiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena. 12: 11-16
Stefano RD, Ray A. (2016) Globular Clusters as Cradles of Life and Advanced Civilizations The Astrophysical Journal. 827: 54
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