Publications with Subaru data in 2005

  1. Aoki, W., et al., Spectroscopic Studies of Very Metal-poor Stars with the Subaru High Dispersion Spectrograph. III. Light Neutron-Capture Elements, ApJ, 632, 611

  2. Boesgaard, A. M. &Novicki, M. C., Beryllium in the Ultra-Lithium-deficient, Metal-Poor Halo Dwarf G186-26, ApJ, 633, L125

  3. Broadhurst, T., et al., The Surprisingly Steep Mass Profile of A1689, from a Lensing Analysis of Subaru Images , ApJ, 619, L143

  4. Chapman, S., Blain, A., Smail, I., &Ivison, R., A Redshift Survey of the Submillimeter Galaxy Population , ApJ, 622, 772

  5. Chiba, M., Minezaki, T., Kashikawa, N., Kataza, H., &Inoue, K.T., Subaru Mid-Infrared Imaging of the Quadruple Lenses PG 1115+080 and B1422+231: Limits on Substructure Lensing, ApJ, 627, 53

  6. Chiu, K., et al., The Color Selection of Quasars from Redshifts 5 to 10: Cloning and Discovery, AJ, 130, 13

  7. Cotter, G., Simpson, C., &Bolton, R.C., Vigorous star formation in a bulge-dominated extremely red object at z= 1.34, MNRAS, 360, 685

  8. Cushing, M.C., Rayner, J.T., &Vacca, W.D., An Infrared Spectroscopic Sequence of M, L, and T Dwarfs, ApJ, 623, 1115

  9. Deguchi, S., Nakashima, J., Miyata, T., &Ita Y., Observations of Stellar Maser Sources with No IRAS Counterpart , PASJ, 57, 933

  10. Fischer, D.A., et al., The N2K Consortium. I. A Hot Saturn Planet Orbiting HD 88133, ApJ, 620, 481

  11. Frebel, A., et al., Nucleosynthetic signatures of the first stars , Nature, 434, 871

  12. Fu, H., Stockton, A., &Liu, M., Morphologies in a Cluster of Extremely Red Galaxies with Old Stellar Populations at z = 1.34, ApJ, 632, 831

  13. Gerhard, O., et al., Detection of Intracluster Planetary Nebulae in the Coma Cluster, ApJ, 621, L93

  14. Goto, Miwa, et al., Search for H3+ in HD 141569A, ApJ, 629, 865

  15. Itoh, Y., et al, A Young Brown Dwarf Companion to DH Tauri, ApJ, 620, 984

  16. Jiang, Z., et al., A circumstellar disk associated with a massive protostellar object , Nature, 437, 112

  17. Kajisawa, M., &Yamada, T., Evolution of the Dependence of Rest-Frame Color and Morphology Distribution on Stellar Mass for Galaxies in the Hubble Deep Field-North, ApJ, 618, 91

  18. Kawakita, H., Watanabe, J., Furusho, R., Fuse, T., &Boice, D.C., Nuclear Spin Temperature and Deuterium-to-Hydrogen Ratio of Methane in Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT), ApJ, 623, L49

  19. Kodama, T., et al., Panoramic Views of Cluster-Scale Assemblies Explored by Subaru Wide-Field Imaging , PASJ, 57, 309

  20. Kostiuk, T., et al., Titan's stratospheric zonal wind, temperature, and ethane abundance a year prior to Huygens insertion, GeoRL, 32, L22205

  21. Kosugi, G., Ogasawara, R., &Terada, H., A Variable Infrared Counterpart to the Soft Gamma-Ray Repeater SGR 1806-20 , ApJ, 623, L125

  22. Lidman, C., et al., Spectroscopic confirmation of high-redshift supernovae with the ESO VLT, A&A, 430, 843

  23. Lucas, P.W., Roche, P.F., &Tamura, M., A deep survey of brown dwarfs in Orion with Gemini, MNRAS, 361, 211

  24. Matsuda, Y., et al., Large-Scale Filamentary Structure around the Protocluster at Redshift z = 3.1, ApJ, 634, L125

  25. Mazzali, P.A., et al., An Asymmetric Energetic Type Ic Supernova Viewed Off-Axis, and a Link to Gamma Ray Bursts , Science, 308, 1284

  26. Minowa, Y., et al., Subaru Super Deep Field with Adaptive Optics. I. Observations and First Implications , ApJ, 629, 29

  27. Misawa, T., Eracleous, M., Charlton, J.C., &Tajitsu, Akito Time-Variable Complex Metal Absorption Lines in the Quasar HS 1603+3820 , ApJ, 629, 115

  28. Motch, S., et al., The proper motion of the isolated neutron star RX J1605.3+3249, A&A, 429, 257

  29. Motohara, K., et al., Nature of the Strongly Lensed Submillimeter Galaxy SMM J14011+0252, AJ, 129, 53

  30. Murakawa, K., et al., High resolution H band imaging polarimetry of IRC +10216. The obscured location of the central star , A&A, 436, 601

  31. Nagao, T., et al., An Observational Pursuit for Population III Stars in a Lyalpha Emitter at z = 6.33 through He II Emission, ApJ, 631, L5

  32. Nagao, T., et al., Spectroscopy of i'-Dropout Galaxies with an NB921-Band Depression in the Subaru Deep Field , ApJ, 634, 142

  33. Nakajima, T., et al., A coronagraphic search for brown dwarfs and planets around nearby stars , AN, 326, 952

  34. Nakata, F., et al, Discovery of a large-scale clumpy structure around the Lynx supercluster at z~ 1.27 , MNRAS, 357, 1357

  35. Narita, N., et al., Subaru HDS Transmission Spectroscopy of the Transiting Extrasolar Planet HD 209458b , PASJ, 57, 471 (errata)

  36. Neuhauser, R., et al., Evidence for a co-moving sub-stellar companion of GQ Lup, A&A, 435, L13

  37. Oguri, M., Takada, M., Umetsu, K., &Broadhurst, T., Can the Steep Mass Profile of A1689 Be Explained by a Triaxial Dark Halo?, ApJ, 632, 841

  38. Oka, T., Geballe, T. R., Goto, M., Usuda, T., & McCall, B. J., Hot and Diffuse Clouds near the Galactic Center Probed by Metastable H3+ 1,, ApJ, 632, 882

  39. Ouchi, M., et al., The Discovery of Primeval Large-Scale Structures with Forming Clusters at Redshift 6, ApJ, 620, L1

  40. Ouchi, M., et al., Definitive Identification of the Transition between Small- and Large-Scale Clustering for Lyman Break Galaxies, ApJ, 635, L117

  41. Oyabu, S., et al., Optical Identification of Infrared Space Observatory Far-Infrared Sources in the Lockman Hole Using a Deep Very Large Array 1.4 GHz Continuum Survey , AJ, 130, 2019

  42. Pyo, T-S., et al., FAST [Fe II] Wind with a Wide Opening Angle from L1551 IRS 5, ApJ, 618, 817

  43. Repolust, T., Puls, J., Hanson, M. M., Kudritzki, R.-P., &Mokiem, M. R., Quantitative H and K band spectroscopy of Galactic OB-stars at medium resolution , A&A, 440, 261

  44. Richmond, M., Properties of Stars in the Subaru Deep Field , PASJ, 57, 959 (12/2005)

  45. Rose, J.A., et al., Radial Age and Metal Abundance Gradients in the Stellar Content of M32, AJ, 129, 712

  46. Saito, Y., et al., Subaru Imaging and Spectroscopy of Globular Cluster Candidates around M82, ApJ, 621, 750

  47. Sako, S., et al., Search for 17 mum H2 Pure Rotational Emission from Circumstellar Disks, ApJ, 620, 347

  48. Sako, S., et al., No high-mass protostars in the silhouette young stellar object M17-SO1 , Nature, 434, 995

  49. Sasaki, T., Kanno, A., Ishiguro, M., Kinoshita, D., &Nakamura, R., Search for Nonmethane Hydrocarbons on Pluto, ApJ, 618, L57

  50. Sato, B., et al., The N2K Consortium. II. A Transiting Hot Saturn around HD 149026 with a Large Dense Core, ApJ, 633, 465

  51. Sheppard, S.S., Jewitt, D., &Kleyna, J., An Ultradeep Survey for Irregular Satellites of Uranus: Limits to Completeness, AJ, 129, 518

  52. Shimasaku, K. et al., Number Density of Bright Lyman-Break Galaxies at z ~ 6 in the Subaru Deep Field , PASJ, 57, 447

  53. Shioya, Y., et al., The Intermediate-Band Dropout Method: A New Method to Search for High-Redshift Galaxies, PASJ, 57, 287

  54. Shioya, Y., et al., New High-Redshift Galaxies at z = 5.8-6.5 in the Subaru Deep Field, PASJ, 57, 569

  55. Shioya, Y., et al., A Survey of NB921 Dropouts in the Subaru Deep Field, PASJ, 57, L33

  56. Siegler, N., Close, L.M., Cruz, K.L., Martin, E.L., &Reid, I.N., Discovery of Two Very Low Mass Binaries: Final Results of an Adaptive Optics Survey of Nearby M6.0-M7.5 Stars, ApJ, 621, 1023

  57. Sugai, H., et al., Subarcsecond Structure and Velocity Field of Optical Line-emitting Gas in NGC 1052 , ApJ, 629, 131

  58. Sugita, S., et al., Subaru Telescope Observations of Deep Impact, Science, 310, 274

  59. Tanaka, Masayuki, et al., The build-up of the colour-magnitude relation as a function of environment, MNRAS, 362, 268

  60. Taniguchi, Y., et al., The SUBARU Deep Field Project: Lymanalpha Emitters at a Redshift of 6.6, PASJ, 57, 165 (erratum)

  61. Tominaga, N., et al., The Unique Type Ib Supernova 2005bf: A WN Star Explosion Model for Peculiar Light Curves and Spectra , ApJ, 633, L97

  62. Totani, T., et al, A Discovery of Rapid Optical Flares from Low-Luminosity Active Nuclei in Massive Galaxies , ApJ, 621, L9

  63. Umetsu, K., et al., Discovery of a Strongly Lensed Galaxy at z=3.9 behind a z=0.83 Galaxy Cluster, PASJ, 57, 877

  64. Wang, M., Noumaru, J., Wang, H., Yang, J., &Chen, J., The Intriguing Giant Bow Shocks near HH 131, AJ, 130, 2745

  65. Wittman, D., Spurious Shear from the Atmosphere in Ground-based Weak-lensing Observations , ApJ, 632, L5

  66. Yamada, S., et al., An Intermediate-Band Imaging Survey for High-Redshift Lyman Alpha Emitters: The Mahoroba-11, PASJ, 57, 881

  67. Yamada, T., et al., The Number Density of Old Passively Evolving Galaxies at z=1 in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Survey Field, ApJ, 634, 861 (erratum)

  68. Yoshida, F., &Nakamura, T., Size Distribution of Faint Jovian L4 Trojan Asteroids , AJ, 130, 2900

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