Ileyk El Mellah
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Possible disintegrating short-period super-Mercury orbiting KIC 12557548
S Rappaport, A Levine, E Chiang, I El Mellah, J Jenkins, B Kalomeni, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 752 (1), 1, 2012
A study of the shortest-period planets found with Kepler
R Sanchis-Ojeda, S Rappaport, JN Winn, MC Kotson, A Levine, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 787 (1), 47, 2014
Triple-star candidates among the Kepler binaries
S Rappaport, K Deck, A Levine, T Borkovits, J Carter, I El Mellah, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 768 (1), 33, 2013
MPI-AMRVAC 2.0 for solar and astrophysical applications
C Xia, J Teunissen, I El Mellah, E Chané, R Keppens
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 234 (2), 30, 2018
Formation of wind-captured disks in supergiant X-ray binaries-Consequences for Vela X-1 and Cygnus X-1
I El Mellah, AAC Sander, JO Sundqvist, R Keppens
Astronomy & Astrophysics 622, A189, 2019
(Sub) stellar companions shape the winds of evolved stars
L Decin, M Montargès, AMS Richards, CA Gottlieb, W Homan, I Mcdonald, ...
Science 369 (6510), 1497-1500, 2020
Accretion from a clumpy massive-star wind in supergiant X-ray binaries
I El Mellah, JO Sundqvist, R Keppens
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 475 (3), 3240-3252, 2018
The clumpy absorber in the high-mass X-ray binary Vela X-1
V Grinberg, N Hell, I El Mellah, J Neilsen, AAC Sander, M Leutenegger, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 608, A143, 2017
Wind Roche lobe overflow in high-mass X-ray binaries-A possible mass-transfer mechanism for ultraluminous X-ray sources
I El Mellah, JO Sundqvist, R Keppens
Astronomy & Astrophysics 622, L3, 2019
Numerical simulations of axisymmetric hydrodynamical Bondi–Hoyle accretion on to a compact object
I El Mellah, F Casse
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 454 (3), 2657-2667, 2015
Reduction of the maximum mass-loss rate of OH/IR stars due to unnoticed binary interaction
L Decin, W Homan, T Danilovich, A de Koter, D Engels, L Waters, S Muller, ...
Nature Astronomy 3 (5), 408-415, 2019
Wind morphology around cool evolved stars in binaries-The case of slowly accelerating oxygen-rich outflows
I El Mellah, J Bolte, L Decin, W Homan, R Keppens
Astronomy & Astrophysics 637, A91, 2020
A numerical investigation of wind accretion in persistent supergiant X-ray binaries–I. Structure of the flow at the orbital scale
I El Mellah, F Casse
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 467 (3), 2585-2593, 2017
ATOMIUM: A high-resolution view on the highly asymmetric wind of the AGB star π1Gruis-I. First detection of a new companion and its effect on the inner wind
W Homan, M Montargès, B Pimpanuwat, AMS Richards, SHJ Wallström, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 644, A61, 2020
Revisiting the archetypical wind accretor Vela X-1 in depth-Case study of a well-known X-ray binary and the limits of our knowledge
P Kretschmar, I El Mellah, S Martínez-Núñez, F Fürst, V Grinberg, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 652, A95, 2021
X-ray emission from BH+ O star binaries expected to descend from the observed galactic WR+ O binaries
K Sen, XT Xu, N Langer, I El Mellah, C Schürmann, M Quast
Astronomy & Astrophysics 652, A138, 2021
Radiography in high mass X-ray binaries-Micro-structure of the stellar wind through variability of the column density
I El Mellah, V Grinberg, JO Sundqvist, FA Driessen, MA Leutenegger
Astronomy & Astrophysics 643, A9, 2020
ATOMIUM: The astounding complexity of the near circumstellar environment of the M-type AGB star R Hydrae-I. Morpho-kinematical interpretation of CO and SiO emission
W Homan, B Pimpanuwat, F Herpin, T Danilovich, I Mcdonald, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 651, A82, 2021
Radiation-hydrodynamics with MPI-AMRVAC-Flux-limited diffusion
N Moens, JO Sundqvist, I El Mellah, L Poniatowski, J Teunissen, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 657, A81, 2022
Vela X-1 as a laboratory for accretion in High-Mass X-ray Binaries
P Kretschmar, S Martinez-Nuñez, F Fürst, V Grinberg, M Lomaeva, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.08578, 2019
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