publications in reversed chronological order. generated by jekyll-scholar.


  1. A transient radio source consistent with a merger-triggered core collapse supernova
    Dong, D. Z., Hallinan, G., Nakar, E., Ho, A. Y. Q., Hughes, A. K., Hotokezaka, K., Myers, S. T., De, K., Mooley, K. P., Ravi, V., Horesh, A., Kasliwal, M. M., and Kulkarni, S. R.
    Science 2021
  2. FIRST J153350.8+272729: the radio afterglow of a decades-old tidal disruption event
    Ravi, Vikram, Dykaar, Hannah, Codd, Jackson, Zaccagnini, Ginevra, Dong, Dillon, Drout, Maria R., Gaensler, Bryan M., Hallinan, Gregg, and Law, Casey
    arXiv e-prints 2021
  3. Late-Time Evolution and Modeling of the Off-Axis Gamma-ray Burst Candidate FIRST J141918.9+394036
    Mooley, K. P., Margalit, B., Law, C. J., Perley, D. A., Deller, A. T., Lazio, T. J. W., Bietenholz, M. F., Shimwell, T., Intema, H. T., Gaensler, B. M., Metzger, B. D., Dong, D. Z., Hallinan, G., Ofek, E. O., and Sironi, L.
    arXiv e-prints 2021
  4. The nascent milliquasar VT J154843.06+220812.6: tidal disruption event or extreme accretion-state change?
    Somalwar, Jean J., Ravi, Vikram, Dong, Dillon, Graham, Matthew, Hallinan, Gregg, Law, Casey, Lu, Wenbin, and Myers, Steven T.
    arXiv e-prints 2021
  5. Localized Fast Radio Bursts Are Consistent with Magnetar Progenitors Formed in Core-collapse Supernovae
    Bochenek, Christopher D., Ravi, Vikram, and Dong, Dillon
    Astrophysical Journal Letters 2021


  1. Multi-wavelength Observations of AT2019wey: a New Candidate Black Hole Low-mass X-ray Binary
    Yao, Yuhan, Kulkarni, S. R., Burdge, Kevin B., Caiazzo, Ilaria, De, Kishalay, Dong, Dillon, Fremling, C., Kasliwal, Mansi M., Kupfer, Thomas, van Roestel, Jan, Sollerman, Jesper, Bagdasaryan, Ashot, Bellm, Eric C., Cenko, S. Bradley, Drake, Andrew J., Duev, Dmitry A., Graham, Matthew J., Kaye, Stephen, Masci, Frank J., Miranda, Nicolas, Prince, Thomas A., Riddle, Reed, Rusholme, Ben, and Soumagnac, Maayane T.
    arXiv e-prints 2020
  2. The Koala: A Fast Blue Optical Transient with Luminous Radio Emission from a Starburst Dwarf Galaxy at z = 0.27
    Ho, Anna Y. Q., Perley, Daniel A., Kulkarni, S. R., Dong, Dillon Z. J., De, Kishalay, Chandra, Poonam, Andreoni, Igor, Bellm, Eric C., Burdge, Kevin B., Coughlin, Michael, Dekany, Richard, Feeney, Michael, Frederiks, Dmitry D., Fremling, Christoffer, Golkhou, V. Zach, Graham, Matthew J., Hale, David, Helou, George, Horesh, Assaf, Kasliwal, Mansi M., Laher, Russ R., Masci, Frank J., Miller, A. A., Porter, Michael, Ridnaia, Anna, Rusholme, Ben, Shupe, David L., Soumagnac, Maayane T., and Svinkin, Dmitry S.
    Astrophysical Journal 2020
  3. The Star Formation in Radio Survey: 3-33 GHz Imaging of Nearby Galaxy Nuclei and Extranuclear Star-forming Regions
    Linden, S. T., Murphy, E. J., Dong, D., Momjian, E., Kennicutt, Jr., Meier, D. S., Schinnerer, E., and Turner, J. L.
    Astrophysical Journal Supplement 2020
  4. Where’s the Dust?: The Deepening Anomaly of Microwave Emission in NGC 4725 B
    Murphy, E. J., Hensley, B. S., Linden, S. T., Draine, B. T., Dong, D., Momjian, E., Helou, G., and Evans, A. S.
    Astrophysical Journal Letters 2020


  1. PS18kh: A New Tidal Disruption Event with a Non-axisymmetric Accretion Disk
    Holoien, T. W. -S., Huber, M. E., Shappee, B. J., Eracleous, M., Auchettl, K., Brown, J. S., Tucker, M. A., Chambers, K. C., Kochanek, C. S., Stanek, K. Z., Rest, A., Bersier, D., Post, R. S., Aldering, G., Ponder, K. A., Simon, J. D., Kankare, E., Dong, D., Hallinan, G., Reddy, N. A., Sanders, R. L., Topping, M. W., Pan-STARRS, , Bulger, J., Lowe, T. B., Magnier, E. A., Schultz, A. S. B., Waters, C. Z., Willman, M., Wright, D., Young, D. R., ASAS-SN, , Dong, Subo, Prieto, J. L., Thompson, Todd A., ATLAS, , Denneau, L., Flewelling, H., Heinze, A. N., Smartt, S. J., Smith, K. W., Stalder, B., Tonry, J. L., and Weiland, H.
    Astrophysical Journal 2019


  1. The Star Formation in Radio Survey: Jansky Very Large Array 33 GHz Observations of Nearby Galaxy Nuclei and Extranuclear Star-forming Regions
    Murphy, E. J., Dong, D., Momjian, E., Linden, S., Kennicutt, Jr., Meier, D. S., Schinnerer, E., and Turner, J. L.
    Astrophysical Journal Supplement 2018



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