Our new paper “Co-orbiting satellite galaxy structures are still in conflict with the distribution of primordial dwarf galaxies” has been accepted a few weeks ago, and now we have finally made the preprint available here.
The reason for the delay was that we had to prepare and coordinate several press releases related to the paper. These appear today:
Case Western Reserve University (me): “Nearby satellite galaxies don’t fit standard model”
Rochester Institute of Technology (David Merritt): “Map of universe questioned; dwarf galaxies don’t fit standard model”
Swinburne University of Technology (Duncan Forbes): “Nearby satellite galaxies challenge standard model of galaxy formation”
Australian National University (Helmut Jerjen): “Milky Way debris came from galaxy collision”
University of Vienna (Gerhard Hensler): “Neues ‘Geburtsszenario’ für Satellitengalaxien” (in German)