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Fragione, Giacomo and Antonini, Fabio (2019) Massive binary star mergers in galactic nuclei: implications for blue stragglers, binary S-stars and gravitational waves Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, stz1723.

Antonini, Fabio, Gieles, Mark and Gualandris, Alessia (2019) Black hole growth through hierarchical black hole mergers in dense star clusters: implications for gravitational wave detections Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 486 (4). pp. 5008-5021.

Fragione, Giacomo, Antonini, Fabio and Gnedin, Oleg Y. (2019) Millisecond Pulsars and the Gamma-Ray Excess in Andromeda The Astrophysical Journal, 871 (1), L8.

Antonini, Fabio, Rodriguez, Carl L, Petrovich, C and Fischer, C (2018) Precessional dynamics of black hole triples: binary mergers with near-zero effective spin Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters, 480 (1). L58-L62.

Erkal, Denis, Boubert, Douglas, Gualandris, Alessia, Evans, N. Wyn and Antonini, Fabio (2018) A hypervelocity star with a Magellanic origin Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

Hamers, Adrian S., Bar-Or, Ben, Petrovich, Cristobal and Antonini, Fabio (2018) The impact of vector resonant relaxation on the evolution of binaries near a massive black hole: implications for gravitational wave sources The Astrophysical Journal.

Rodriguez, Carl L. and Antonini, Fabio (2018) A triple origin for the heavy and low-spin binary black holes detected by LIGO/VIRGO The Astrophysical Journal.

Antonini, F, Faber, J, Gualandris, A and Merritt, D (2009) Tidal break-up of binary stars at the Galactic center and its consequences Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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