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Dr Robin Barnard's Research & Publications

P. A. Crowther et al. (2010) NGC300 X-1 is a Wolf-Rayet/Black-Hole binary, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1(403)
Robin Barnard and Ulrich Kolb (2009-07) A second black hole candidate in a M31 globular cluster is identified with XMM-Newton, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society(397)
Lindsey Shaw Greening et al. (2009-03-01) An X-ray spectral survey of the disc of M 31 with XMM-Newton, In Astronomy & Astrophysics 3(495)
Robin Barnard, J. Simon Clark and Ulrich Kolb (2008-07-03) NGC 300 X-1 and IC 10 X-1: a new breed of black hole binary?, In Astronomy & Astrophysics(488)
L. Shaw Greening et al. (2008-05-23) Results from the XMM-Newton M31 major axis survey, In A Population Explosion: The Nature & Evolution of X-ray Binaries in Diverse Environments(1010)
Robin Barnard, Lindsey Shaw Greening and Ulrich Kolb (2008-02) A multi-coloured survey of NGC 253 with XMM-Newton, In ESAC Faculty Workshop on X-rays From Nearby Galaxies(295)
Robin Barnard, Lindsey Shaw Greening and Ulrich Kolb (2008) A multi-coloured survey of NGC 253 with XMM–Newton: testing the methods used for creating luminosity functions from low-count data, In Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 2(388)
E. O. Ofek et al. (2008) GRB 070201: A Possible Soft Gamma-Ray Repeater in M31, In The Astrophysical Journal 2(681)

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