Selected publications

Arranged by Reverse Chronological Order

  1. S. Dado, A. Dar, Are Superluminous Supernovae Powered By Collision Or By Millisecond Magnetars? arXiv:1312.5273 (submitted).
  2. S. Dado, A. Dar, Long Gamma Ray Bursts Trace The Star Formation History, arXiv:1307.5556 (submitted).
  3. S. Dado, A. Dar, Analytical Expressions For Light-curves of Ordinary and Superluminous Supernovae Type Ia, arXiv:1301.3333 (submitted).
  4. S. Dado, A. Dar, Conical fireballs, cannonballs, and jet breaks in the afterglows of gamma ray bursts, Astronomy and Astrophysics 558, 115 (2013).
  5. S. Dado, A. Dar, On the Recently Discovered Correlations between Gamma-Ray and X-Ray Properties of Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 775, 16 (2013).
  6. S. Dado, A. Dar, Correlated Spectral and Temporal Behavior of Late-time Afterglows Of Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 761, 400 (2012).
  7. S. Dado, A. Dar, Kinematic Origin of Correlations between Gamma-Ray Burst Observables, The Astrophysical Journal, 749, 100 (2012).
  8. S. Dado, A. Dar, On the Evolution of the Spectral Break in the Afterglow of Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 746, L25 (2012).
  9. A. Behar, S. Dado, A. Dar, A. Laor, Can the Soft X-Ray Opacity Toward High-redshift Sources Probe the Missing Baryons?, The Astrophysical Journal, 734, 26 (2011).
  10. S. Dado and A. Dar, Flares in Long and Short Gamma-ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 712, 1172 (2010).
  11. S. Dado, A. Dar, Dark matter signals in cosmic rays?. Memorie della Societ?, Astronomica Italiana, 81, 132 (2010).
  12. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, The Diverse Broadband Light Curves of Swift Gamma-Ray Bursts Reproduced with the Cannonball Model, The Astrophysical Journal, 696, 994 (2009).
  13. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Short Hard Gamma-Ray Bursts and their Afterglows, The Astrophysical Journal, 696, 994 (2009).
  14. A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, A theory of cosmic rays, Physics Reports, 466, 179 (2008).
  15. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, The Rapid Decline of the Prompt Emission in Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 681, 1408 (2008).
  16. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Jet Breaks and Missing Breaks in the X-Ray Afterglow of Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 680, 517 (2008).
  17. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, R. Plaga, Long Gamma-Ray Bursts without Visible Supernovae: A Case Study of Redshift Estimators and Alleged Novel Objects, The Astrophysical Journal, 678, 353 (2008).
  18. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, On the origin of the correlations between Gamma-Ray Burst observables, The Astrophysical Journal, 663, 400 (2007).
  19. A. Dar, Cosmic ray origin of the diffuse gamma-ray background radiation, Nuclear Physics B Suppl. 165, 103 (2007).
  20. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, On the “Canonical Behavior” of the X-Ray Afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts Observed with Swift’s XRT, The Astrophysical Journal, 646, L21 (2006).
  21. A. Dar & A. De R´ujula, The Magnetic Field in Galaxies, Galaxy Clusters, and the Intergalactic Space, Physical Review D 72, 123002 (2005).
  22. S. Dado, A. Dar, Double-peak spectral energy density of GRBs and the true identity of GRB 031203, The Astrophysical  Journal 627, L109 (2005).
  23. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, On the origin of X-ray Flashes, Astronomy and Astrophysics 422, 381 (2004).
  24. A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Towards a complete theory of Gamma Ray Bursts, Physics Reports 405, 203 (2004).
  25. S. Colafrancesco, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Cooling flows or warming rays? Astronomy and Astrophysics 413, 441 (2004).
  26. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, The Supernova associated with GRB 030329, The Astrophysical Journal 594, L89 (2003).
  27. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, What we learn from the afterglow of GRB 021211, The Astrophysical Journal, 593, 961 (2003).
  28. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Fireballs and cannonballs confront the afterglow of GRB 991208, Physics Letters, B562, 161 (2003).
  29. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Is the afterglow of Gamma Ray Burst 021004 unusual?, The Astrophysical Journal, 585, L15 (2003).
  30. S. Dado, A. Dar and A. De R´ujula, On the X-Ray Lines in the Afterglows of Gamma-Ray Bursts, The Astrophysical Journal, 585, 890 (2003).
  31. S. Dado, A. Dar and A. De R´ujula, On the radio afterglow of gamma ray bursts, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 401, 243 (2003).
  32. S. Dado, A. Dar and A. De R´jula, The supernova associated with GRB 020405, Astronomy and Astrophysics 393, L25 (2002).
  33. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, On the optical and X-ray afterglows of gamma ray bursts, Astronomy and Astrophysics 388, 1079 (2002).
  34. S. Dado, A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Is There a 1998bw-like Supernova in the Afterglow of Gamma-Ray Burst 011121?, The Astrophysical Journal 572, L143 (2002).
  35. A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, What is the Cosmic-Ray luminosity of our Galaxy?, The Astrophysical Journal, 547, L33 (2001).
  36. A. Dar, A. De R´ujula, Is the diffuse gamma background radiation generated by galactic cosmic rays?, Monthly Notices of The Royal Astronomical Society, 323, 391 (2001).
  37. A. Dar, A. De Rujula, U. Heintz, Will Relativistic Heavy Ion Colliders Destroy Our Planet? Physics Letters, B470, 142 (1999).
  38. A. Dar, Jetted GRBs, afterglows and SGRs From Quark Stars Birth, Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser., 138, 505 (1999).
  39. A. Dar, R. Plaga, Galactic Gamma-Ray Bursters – The Cosmic-Ray Sources at all Energies, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 349 , 259 (1999).
  40. A. Dar, Can Fireball Models Explain Gamma-Ray Bursts?, The Astrophysical Journal, 500, L93 (1998).
  41. A. Dar, A. Laor, N.J. Shaviv, Life Extinctions By Cosmic Ray Jets, Physical Review Letters 80, 5813 (1998).
  42. A. Dar, A. Laor, Hadronic Production of TeV Gamma-Ray Flares In Blazars, The Astrophysical Journal, 478, L5 (1997).
  43. A. Dar, N.J. Shaviv, The Extragalactic Neutrino Background Radiations From Blazars And Cosmic Rays, Astroparticle Physics, 4, 343 (1996).
  44. A. Dar, N.J. Shaviv, Origin of the High Energy Extragalactic Diffuse Gamma Ray Background, Physical Review Letters, 75, 3052 (1995).
  45. A. Dar, Baryonic Dark Matter and Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis, The Astrophysical Journal, 449, 550 (1995).
  46. N. Shaviv, A. Dar, Gamma Ray Bursts from Minijets, The Astrophysical Journal, 447, 863 (1995).
  47. A. Dar, G. Shaviv, Astrophysical Solution to the Solar Neutrino Problem?, Nucl. Phys. B (Suppl.) 38, 81 (1995).
  48. A. Dar, Neutrinos from Optically Quiet Births of Neutron Stars?, Nucl. Phys. 28A, 401 (1992).
  49. A. Dar, Implications of the Solar Neutrino Experiments, Nucl. Phys. 28A, 121 (1992).
  50. A. Dar, Tests of General Relativity and Newtonian Gravity at Large Distances and the Dark Matter Problem, Nucl. Phys. 28A, 321 (1992).
  51. A. Dar, B. Kozlovski, S. Nussinov, R. Ramaty, Gamma Ray Bursts And Cosmic Rays From Accretion Induced Collapse, The Astrophysical Journal, 388, 164 (1992).
  52. A. Dar, Quasar Redshifts. Nature 353, 708 (1991).
  53. A. Dar, Are Quaser Redshifts Cosmological?, The Astrophysical Journal, 382, L1 (1991).
  54. A. Dar, The Cosmic Neutrino Background. A.I.P. 222, 497 (1990).
  55. A. Dar, Astrophysics And Cosmology Closing In On Neutrino Masses, Science, 250, 1529 (1990).
  56. S. Nussinov, A. Dar, On the Recent Measurements of the Z0 Width in e+e− Collision, Phys. Lett. 235B, 193 (1990).
  57. A. Dar, A. Loeb, S. Nussinov, Could Unstable Particles Distort the Cosmological Microwave Background Radiation?, The Astrophysical Journal, 338, L41 (1988).
  58. A. Dar, S. Dado, Constraints on the lifetime of massive neutrinos from SN1987A, Physical Review Letters, 59, 2368 (1987).
  59. J.N. Bahcall, A. Dar, T. Piran, Neutrinos from the Supernova in the LMC, Nature 326 135 (1987).
  60. A. Dar, J. Goodman, S. Nussinov, Can Supernovae Exclude Neutrinos More Massive than 30 eV?, Physical Review Letters, 58, 2146 (1987).
  61. J. Goodman, A. Dar, S. Nussinov, Neutrino Annihilation in Type II Supernova and Gamma Ray Bursts, Ap. J. Lett. 314, L7 (1987).
  62. A. Dar, A. Mann, Y. Melina, D. Zajfman, Neutrino Oscillations and the Solar Neutrino Problem PR D35, 3607 (1987).
  63. A. Dar, J.J. Lord, R.J. Wilk, On the Nature of Particles from Cyg X-3, Phys. Rev. D33, 3093 (1986).
  64. A. Dar, Can Neutrinos From Cygnus X-3 Be Seen by Photon Decay Detectors?, PL 159B, 205 (1985).
  65. A. Dar, Has a Cosmological Background of Neutrinos from Gravitational Stellar Collapse been Detected? Physical Review Letters, 55, 1422 (1985). Rev. Mod. Phys. (1975).
  66. A. Dar, Atmospheric Neutrinos, Astrophysical Neutrinos and Proton Decay Experiments, Physical Review Letters, 51, 227 (1983).
  67. G. Berlad, A. Dar, G. Eilam, A Quark-Parton Model of Nuclear Production, PR D22, 1547 (1980).
  68. A. Dar, F. Takagi, Attenuation and Recombination of Quarks in Nuclear Matter, Physical Review Letters, 44, 768 (1980).
  69. Y. Afek, G. Berlad, A. Dar, G. Eilam, Multipion Production in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, Phys. Rev. Lett., 41, 849 (1978).
  70. Y. Afek, A. Dar, A. Peres, A. Ron, R. Shachar, D. Shvarts, The Fusion of Suprathermal Ions in a Dense Plasma, Appl. Phys. 11, 2171 (1978).
  71. G. Berlad, A. Dar, G. Eilam, Multiparticle Production in Particle Nucleus Collisions at High Energies, Phys. Rev. D13, 161 (1976).
  72. A. Dar, J. Grunzweig-Genossar, A. Peres, M. Revzen, A. Ron, Slowing Down of Ions by Ultra High Density Electron Plasma, Physical Review Letters, 32, 1299 (1974).
  73. Z. Kirzon, A. Dar, Elastic Scattering of Heavy Ions – The Simplest Interpretation, Nucl. Phys. A237, 319 (1975).
  74. A. Dar, J. Vary, Method to Distinguish Between Multiparticle Mechanisms, Phys. Rev. D6, 2412 (1972).
  75. A. Dar, T.L. Watts, V.F. Weisskopf, Towards a New Model for Hadron Collisions, Nucl. Phys. B13, 477 (1969).
  76. A. Dar, V.F. Weisskopf, C.A. Levinson, H.J. Lipkin, Vector Dominance and Photoproduction, Phys. Rev. Lett., 20, 1261 (1968).
  77. A. Dar, V.F. Weisskopf, Photo Production of the  Meson, Phys. Rev. Lett. 20, 762 (1968).
  78. A. Dar, V.F. Weisskopf, Quark Model Results from Weinberg’s Spectral Function Sum Rules, Phys. Lett. 26B, (1968).
  79. A. Dar, Cluster Transfer Reaction between Complex Nuclei, Phys. Rev. 139, B1193 (1965). Nucl. Phys. B6, 62 (1968).
  80. A. Dar, Effect of Absorption Channels on the One Particle Exchange Model, Phys. Rev. Lett., 13, 91 (1964).
  81. A. Dar, M. Kugler, Y. Dothan, S. Nussinov, Diffraction Patterns for Inelastic Elementary Particle Processes, Physical Review Letters, 12, 82 (1964).
  82. A. Dar, Diffraction Mechanism for Elastic Scattering and Direct Nuclear Reactions, Nuclear Physics, 65, 305 (1964).
  83. A. Dar, Diffraction Mechanism for Direct Nuclear Reactions, Physics Letters, 7, 339 (1963).