Research Outputs

    Primary Author

  • AT2023fhn (the Finch): a Luminous Fast Blue Optical Transient at a large offset from its host galaxy
    Chrimes, et al. (2024), MNRASL, 527, 47 - arXiv:2307.01771
    Press releases are available from NASA, ESA, NOIRlab and NOVA/Radboud University. Other articles about the paper can be found here, here, here and here.
  • Searching for ejected supernova companions in the era of precise proper motion and radial velocity measurements
    Chrimes, et al. (2023), MNRAS, 522, 2029 - arXiv:2304.02542
  • Towards an understanding of long gamma-ray burst environments through circumstellar medium population synthesis predictions
    Chrimes, Gompertz et al. (2022), MNRAS, 515, 2591 - arXiv:2206.13595
  • Where are the magnetar binary companions? Candidates from a comparison with binary population synthesis predictions
    Chrimes et al. (2022), MNRAS, 513, 3550 - arXiv:2204.09701
  • New candidates for magnetar counterparts from a deep search with the Hubble Space Telescope
    Chrimes et al. (2022), MNRAS, 512, 6093 - arXiv:2203.14947
  • The Galactic neutron star population I - an extragalactic view of the Milky Way and the implications for fast radio bursts
    Chrimes et al. (2021), MNRAS, 508, 1929 - arXiv:2105.04549
  • Binary population synthesis models for core-collapse gamma-ray burst progenitors
    Chrimes, Stanway & Eldridge (2020), MNRAS, 491, 3479 - arXiv:1911.08387
    This article has the 10th highest altmetric attention score of any paper published in MNRAS! A press release can be found here.
  • The Case for a High-Redshift Origin of GRB100205A
    Chrimes et al. (2019), MNRAS, 488, 902 - arXiv:1907.00213
  • Chandra and Hubble Space Telescope observations of dark gamma-ray bursts and their host galaxies
    Chrimes et al. (2019), MNRAS, 486, 3105 - arXiv:1904.10549
  • Investigating a population of infrared-bright gamma-ray burst host galaxies
    Chrimes et al. (2018), MNRAS, 478, 2 - arXiv:1804.08971

    Contributing Author

  • XMM-Newton-discovered Fast X-ray Transients: Host galaxies and limits on contemporaneous detections of optical counterparts
    Eappachen et al. (2024), MNRAS, 527, 11823 - arXiv:2312.10786
  • The Galactic neutron star population II - Systemic velocities and merger locations of binary neutron stars
    Gaspari et al. (2024), MNRAS, 527, 1101 - arXiv:2310.14773
  • Late time HST UV and optical observations of AT2018cow: extracting a cow from its background
    Inkenhaag et al. (2023), MNRAS, 525, 4042 - arXiv:2308.07381
  • Heavy-element production in a compact object merger observed by JWST
    Levan et al. (2023), Accepted for publication in Nature - arXiv:2307.02098L
  • A long-duration gamma-ray burst of dynamical origin from the nucleus of an ancient galaxy
    Levan et al. (2023), NatAst, 7, 976 - arXiv:2303.12912
  • The first JWST spectrum of a GRB afterglow: No bright supernova in observations of the brightest GRB of all time, GRB 221009A
    Levan et al. (2023), ApJL, 946, L28 - arXiv:2302.07761
  • The brightest GRB ever detected: GRB 221009A as a highly luminous event at z = 0.151
    Malesani et al. (2023, submitted) - arXiv:2302.07891
  • Estimating Transient Rates from Cosmological Simulations and BPASS
    Briel et al. (2022), MNRAS, 514, 1315 - arXiv:2111.08124
  • The Fast Radio Burst-emitting magnetar SGR 1935+2154 - proper motion and variability from long-term HST monitoring
    Lyman et al. (2022), ApJ, 926, 121 - arXiv:2112.07023
  • Evaluating the impact of binary parameter uncertainty on stellar population properties
    Stanway et al. (2020), MNRAS, 495, 4605 - arXiv:2004.11913
  • Binary Fraction Indicators in Resolved Stellar Populations and Supernova Type Ratios
    Stanway et al. (2020), MNRAS, 497, 2201 - arXiv:2007.07263
  • Searching for Electromagnetic Counterparts to Gravitational-wave Merger Events with the Prototype Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO-4)
    Gompertz et al. (2020), MNRAS, 497, 726 - arXiv:2004.00025
  • A systematic aging method I: HII regions D118 and D119 in NGC 300
    Stevance et al. (2020), MNRAS, 498, 1347 - arXiv:2004.02883