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Crowther, P. A.; Barnard, R.; Carpano, S.; Clark, J. S.; Dhillon, V. S. and Pollock, A. M. T (2010). NGC300 X-1 is a Wolf-Rayet/Black-Hole binary. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 403(1) L41-L45.

Barnard, R. and Kolb, U. (2009). A second black hole candidate in a M31 globular cluster is identified with XMM-Newton. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 397 L92-L95.

Shaw Greening, L.; Barnard, R.; Kolb, U.; Tonkin, C. and Osborne, J. P. (2009). An X-ray spectral survey of the disc of M 31 with XMM-Newton. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 495(3) pp. 733–741.

Barnard, R.; Stiele, H.; Hatzidimitriou, D.; Kong, A. K. H.; Williams, B. F.; Pietsch, W.; Kolb, U. C.; Haberl, F. and Sala, G. (2008). New XMM-Newton Analysis of Three Bright X-Ray Sources in M31 Globular Clusters, Including a New Black Hole Candidate. Astrophysical Journal, 689(2) pp. 1215–1221.

Ofek, E. O.; Muno, M.; Quimby, R.; Kulkarni, S. R.; Stiele, H.; Pietsch, W.; Nakar, E.; Gal-Yam, A.; Rau, A.; Cameron, P. B; Cenko, S. B.; Kasliwal, M. M.; Fox, D. B.; Chandra, P.; Kong, A. K. H. and Barnard, R. (2008). GRB 070201: A Possible Soft Gamma-Ray Repeater in M31. Astrophysical Journal, 681(2) pp. 1464–1469.

Barnard, R.; Foulkes, S.B.; Haswell, C.A.; Kolb, U.; Osborne, J.P. and Murray, J.R. (2006). Disc precession in the M31 dipping X-ray binary Bo 158? Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 366(1) pp. 287–294.

Mukai, K.; Still, M.; Corbet, R. H. D.; Kuntz, K. D. and Barnard, R. (2005). The X-ray properties of M101 ULX-1=CXOKM101 J140332.74+542102. Astrophysical Journal, 634(2) pp. 1085–1092.

Williams, Benjamin F.; Barnard, Robin; Garcia, Michael R.; Kolb, U.; Osborne, J.P. and Kong, Albert K.H. (2005). A potential supernova remnant-x-ray binary association in M31. Astrophysical Journal, 634(1) pp. 365–375.

Barnard, R.; Kolb, U. and Osborne, J. P. (2003). Tracing a Z-track in the M 31 X-ray binary RX J0042.6+4115. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 411(3) pp. 553–557.

Barnard, R.; Church, M. J. and Balucinska-Church, M. (2003). Physical changes during Z-track movement in Sco X-1 on the flaring branch. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 405(1) pp. 237–247.

Barnard, R.; Osborne, J.P.; Kolb, U. and Borozdin, K.N. (2003). RX J0042.3+4115: a stellar mass black hole binary identified in M 31. Astronomy & Geophysics, 405 pp. 505–511.

Barnard, R.; Balucinska-Church, M.; Smale, A. P. and Church, M. J. (2001). A study of the spectral evolution during dipping in XB 1323-619 with Rossi-XTE and BeppoSAX. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 380(2) pp. 494–503.

Balucinska-Church, M.; Barnard, R.; Church, M. J. and Smale, A. P. (2001). Neutron star blackbody contraction during flaring in X 1624-490. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 378(3) pp. 847–860.

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Greening, L. Shaw; Barnard, R.; Tonkin, C.; Kolb, U. and Osborne, J. (2008). Results from the XMM-Newton M31 major axis survey. In: AIP Conference Proceedings, p. 325.

Barnard, Robin; Foulkes, S. B.; Haswell, C. A.; Kolb, Ulrich; Osborne, J. P. and Murray, J. R. (2006). Discovery and modelling of disc precession in the M31 X-ray binary Bo 158. In: Proceedings of the 'The X-ray Universe 2005', 26-30 Sep 2005, El Escorial, Madrid, Spain.

Shaw Greening, L.; Tonkin, C.; Barnard, R.; Kolb, U. and Osborne, J. P. (2006). Cumulative luminosity functions of the X-ray point source population in M31. In: Populations of high energy sources in galaxies: proceedings of the 230th symposium of the International Astronomical Union, 15-19 Aug 2005, Dublin, Ireland.

Barnard, R.; Shaw Greening, L.; Tonkin, C.; Kolb, U. and Osborne, J. P. (2006). XMM-Newton reveals ∼100 new LMXBs in M31 from variability studies. In: Populations of high energy sources in galaxies: proceedings of the 230th symposium of the International Astronomical Union, 15-19 Aug 2005, Dublin, Ireland.

Barnard, R.; Osborne, J. P.; Kolb, U. and Haswell, C. A. (2005). Black hole hunting in the Andromeda Galaxy. In: Interacting binaries: accretion, evolution, and outcomes, 4-10 Jul 2004, Cefalu, Sicily, Italy.

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