Publications with Subaru data in 2007

  1. Ando, M., et al., Lyman Break Galaxies at z?5: Rest-Frame UV Spectra. II, PASJ, 59, 717 (08/2007)

  2. Aoki, W., et al., Carbon-enhanced Metal-poor Stars. I. Chemical Compositions of 26 Stars , ApJ, 655, 492 (01/2007)

  3. Aoki, W., et al., Spectroscopic Studies of Extremely Metal-poor Stars with the Subaru High-Dispersion Spectrograph. IV. The α-Element-Enhanced Metal-poor Star BS 16934-002 , ApJ, 660, 747 (05/2007)

  4. Aoki, W., Honda, S., Sadakane, K., &Arimoto, N., First Determination of the Actinide Thorium Abundance for a Red Giant of the Ursa Minor Dwarf Galaxy , PASJ, 59, L15 (06/2007)

  5. Arnaboldi, M., et al., Multi-Slit Imaging Spectroscopy Technique: Catalog of Intracluster Planetary Nebulae in the Coma Cluster , PASJ, 59, 419 (04/2007)

  6. Auger, M., Fassnacht, C., Abrahamse, A., Lubin, L., &Squires, G., The Gravitational Lens-Galaxy Group Connection. II. Groups Associated with B2319+051 and B1600+434 , AJ, 134, 668 (08/2007)

  7. Bakos, G. Á., et al., HAT-P-1b: A Large-Radius, Low-Density Exoplanet Transiting One Member of a Stellar Binary , ApJ, 656, 552 (02/2007)

  8. Belokurov, V., et al., Cats and Dogs, Hair and a Hero: A Quintet of New Milky Way Companions , ApJ, 654, 897 (01/2007)

  9. Bertoldi, F., et al., COSBO: The MAMBO 1.2 Millimeter Imaging Survey of the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 132 (09/2007)

  10. Brusa, M., et al., The XMM-Newton Wide-Field Survey in the COSMOS Field. III. Optical Identification and Multiwavelength Properties of a Large Sample of X-Ray-Selected Sources , ApJS, 172, 353 (09/2007)

  11. Capak, P., et al., The First Release COSMOS Optical and Near-IR Data and Catalog , ApJS, 172, 99 (09/2007)

  12. Capak, P., et al., The Effects of Environment on Morphological Evolution at 0 < z <1.2 in the COSMOS Survey , ApJS, 172, 284 (09/2007)

  13. Carilli, C.L., et al., Radio and Millimeter Properties of z~5.7 Lyα Emitters in the COSMOS Field: Limits on Radio AGNs, Submillimeter Galaxies, and Dust Obscuration , ApJS, 172, 518 (09/2007)

  14. Cassata, P., et al., The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS): The Morphological Content and Environmental Dependence of the Galaxy Color-Magnitude Relation at z ~ 0.7 , ApJS, 172, 270 (09/2007)

  15. Finoguenov, A., et al., The XMM-Newton Wide-Field Survey in the COSMOS Field: Statistical Properties of Clusters of Galaxies , ApJS, 172, 182 (09/2007)

  16. Fischer, D., et al., Five Intermediate-Period Planets from the N2K Sample , ApJ, 669, 1336 (11/2007)

  17. Frebel, A., et al., Chemical Abundance Analysis of the Extremely Metal-poor Star HE 1300+0157 , ApJ, 658, 534 (03/2007)

  18. Furusho, R., et al., Imaging polarimetry of Comet 9P/Tempel before and after the Deep Impact , Icarus, 190, 454 (10/2007)

  19. Fuse, T., Yamamoto, N., Kinoshita, D., Furusawa, H., &Watanabe, J., Observations of Fragments Split from Nucleus B of Comet 73P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 with Subaru Telescope , PASJ, 59, 381 (04/2007)

  20. Gerhard, O., et al., The kinematics of intracluster planetary nebulae and the on-going subcluster merger in the Coma cluster core , A&A, 468, 815 (06/2007)

  21. Goto, M., et al., Diffraction-Limited 3 μm Spectroscopy of IRAS 04296+3429 and IRAS 05341+0852: Spatial Extent of Hydrocarbon Dust Emission and Dust Evolutionary Sequence , ApJ, 662, 389 (06/2007)

  22. Guzzo, L., et al., The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS): A Large-Scale Structure at z=0.73 and the Relation of Galaxy Morphologies to Local Environment , ApJS, 172, 254 (09/2007)

  23. Hashimoto, J., et al., Subarcsecond Near-Infrared Images of Massive Star Formation Region NGC 6334V , PASJ, 59, 221 (02/2007)

  24. Hayashi, Masao, et al., Luminosity-Dependent Clustering of Star-forming BzK Galaxies at Redshift 2 , ApJ, 660, 72 (05/2007)

  25. Hioki, T., et al., Near-Infrared Coronagraphic Observations of the T Tauri Binary System UY Aur , AJ, 134, 880 (08/2007)

  26. Honda, S., Aoki, W., Ishimaru, Y., &Wanajo, S., Neutron-Capture Elements in the Very Metal-poor Star HD 88609: Another Star with Excesses of Light Neutron-Capture Elements , ApJ, 666, 1189 (09/2007)

  27. Humphrey, A., et al., UV and optical emission lines from the z ~ 2.6 radio galaxy 0828+193: spatially resolved measurements , MNRAS, 382, 1729 (12/2007)

  28. Ichikawa, T., et al., MOIRCS Deep Survey. II. Clustering Properties of K-Band Selected Galaxies in GOODS-North Region , PASJ, 59, 1081 (12/2007)

  29. Ihara, Y., et al., Searching for a Companion Star of Tycho's Type Ia Supernova with Optical Spectroscopic Observations , PASJ, 59, 811 (08/2007)

  30. Imanishi, M., Nakanishi, K., Tamura, Y., Oi, N., &Kohno, K., Millimeter Interferometric HCN(1-0) and HCO+(1-0) Observations of Luminous Infrared Galaxies , AJ, 134, 2366 (12/2007)

  31. Iwata, I., et al., Differential evolution of the UV luminosity function of Lyman break galaxies from z ~ 5 to 3 , MNRAS, 376, 1557 (04/2007)

  32. Iye, M., et al., SuprimeCam Observation of Sporadic Meteors during Perseids 2004 , PASJ, 59, 841 (08/2007)

  33. Kadono, T., et al., The Thickness and Formation Age of the Surface Layer on Comet 9P/Tempel 1 , ApJ, 661, L89 (05/2007)

  34. Kakazu, Y., Cowie, L., &Hu, Esther, Mapping Extremely Low Metallicity Galaxies to Redshift One , ApJ, 668, 853 (10/2007)

  35. Kampczyk, P., et al., Simulating the Cosmos: The Fraction of Merging Galaxies at High Redshift , ApJS, 172, 329 (09/2007)

  36. Kartaltepe, J.S., et al., Evolution of the Frequency of Luminous (>=L*v) Close Galaxy Pairs at z < 1.2 in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 320 (09/2007)

  37. Kashikawa, N., et al., The Habitat Segregation between Lyman Break Galaxies and Lyα Emitters around a QSO at z ~ 5 , ApJ, 663, 765 (07/2007)

  38. Kendall, T.R., et al., Two T dwarfs from the UKIDSS early data release , A&A, 466, 1059 (05/2007)

  39. Kobayashi, Hitomi, et al., Organic Volatiles in Comet 73P-B/Schwassmann-Wachmann 3 Observed during Its Outburst: A Clue to the Formation Region of the Jupiter-Family Comets , ApJ, 668, L75 (10/2007)

  40. Kodama, T., et al., The first appearance of the red sequence of galaxies in proto-clusters at 2 <~ z <~ 3 , MNRAS, 377, 1717 (06/2007)

  41. Koekemoer, A.M., et al., The COSMOS Survey: Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys Observations and Data Processing , ApJS, 172, 196 (09/2007)

  42. Komiyama, Y., et al., Wide-Field Survey around Local Group Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy Leo II: Spatial Distribution of Stellar Content , AJ, 134, 835 (08/2007)

  43. Koyama, Y., Kodama, T., Tanaka, M., Shimasaku, K., &Okamura, S., Dependence of the build-up of the colour-magnitude relation on cluster richness at z ~ 0.8 , MNRAS, 382, 1719 (12/2007)

  44. Lah, Philip, et al., The HI content of star-forming galaxies at z = 0.24 , MNRAS, 376, 1357 (04/2007)

  45. Leauthaud, A., et al., Weak Gravitational Lensing with COSMOS: Galaxy Selection and Shape Measurements , ApJS, 172, 219 (09/2007)

  46. Lee, J-J., et al., Subaru HDS Observations of a Balmer-dominated Shock in Tycho's Supernova Remnant , ApJ, 659, L133 (04/2007)

  47. Lilly, S.J., et al., zCOSMOS: A Large VLT/VIMOS Redshift Survey Covering 0 < z < 3 in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 70 (09/2007)

  48. Ly, Chun, et al., The Luminosity Function and Star Formation Rate between Redshifts of 0.07 and 1.47 for Narrowband Emitters in the Subaru Deep Field , ApJ, 657, 738 (03/2007)

  49. Maeda, K., et al., SN 2006aj Associated with XRF 060218 at Late Phases: Nucleosynthesis Signature of a Neutron Star-driven Explosion, ApJ, 658, L5 (03/2007)

  50. Maeda, K., et al., The Unique Type Ib Supernova 2005bf at Nebular Phases: A Possible Birth Event of a Strongly Magnetized Neutron Star , ApJ, 666, 1069 (09/2007)

  51. Mahdavi, A., Hoekstra, H., Babul, A., Balam, D., &Capak, P., A Dark Core in Abell 520 , ApJ, 668, 806 (10/2007)

  52. Mainieri, V., et al., The XMM-Newton Wide-Field Survey in the COSMOS Field. IV. X-Ray Spectral Properties of Active Galactic Nuclei , ApJS, 172, 368 (09/2007)

  53. Marios, C., Macintosh, B., &Barman, T., GQ Lup B Visible and Near-Infrared Photometric Analysis , ApJ, 654, L151 (01/2007)

  54. Massey, R., et al., Dark matter maps reveal cosmic scaffolding , Nature, 445, 286 (01/2007)

  55. Massey, R., et al., COSMOS: Three-dimensional Weak Lensing and the Growth of Structure , ApJS, 172, 239 (09/2007)

  56. Mayama, S., et al., Subaru Near-Infrared Multicolor Images of Class II Young Stellar Object, RNO 91 , PASJ, 59, 1153 (12/2007)

  57. Mazzali, P., et al., The Aspherical Properties of the Energetic Type Ic SN 2002ap as Inferred from Its Nebular Spectra , ApJ, 670, 592 (11/2007)

  58. McConnachie, A.W., Arimoto, N., &Irwin, M., Deconstructing dwarf galaxies: a Suprime-Cam survey of Andromeda II , MNRAS, 379, 379 (07/2007)

  59. McCracken, H.J., et al., The Angular Correlations of Galaxies in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 314 (09/2007)

  60. McGrath, E., Stockton, A., &Canalizo, G., Stellar Populations of Luminous Evolved Galaxies at z ~ 1.5 , ApJ, 669, 241 (11/2007)

  61. Medezinski, E., et al., Using Weak-Lensing Dilution to Improve Measurements of the Luminous and Dark Matter in A1689 , ApJ, 663, 717 (07/2007)

  62. Melbourne, J., et al., Rest-Frame R-band Light Curve of a z ~ 1.3 Supernova Obtained with Keck Laser Adaptive Optics , AJ, 133, 2709 (06/2007)

  63. Misawa, T., Eracleous, M., Charlton, J.C., &Kashikawa, N., Results of Monitoring the Dramatically Variable C IV Mini-Broad Absorption Line System in the Quasar HS 1603+3820, ApJ, 660, 152 (05/2007)

  64. Miyazaki, S., et al., A Subaru Weak-Lensing Survey. I. Cluster Candidates and Spectroscopic Verification , ApJ, 669, 714 (11/2007)

  65. Mobasher, B., et al., Photometric Redshifts of Galaxies in COSMOS , ApJS, 172, 117 (09/2007)

  66. Morokuma, T., et al., Discovery of a Gravitationally Lensed Quasar from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey: SDSS J133222.62+034739.9, AJ, 133, 214 (01/2007)

  67. Murakawa, K., Nakashima, J., Ohnaka, K., &Deguchi, S., Near-infrared polarimetric study of the bipolar nebula IRAS 19312+1950 , A&A, 470, 957 (08/2007)

  68. Murayama, T., et al., Lyα Emitters at Redshift 5.7 in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 523 (09/2007)

  69. Nagao, T., et al., High-redshift Lyα emitters with a large equivalent width. Properties of i'-dropout galaxies with an NB921-band depression in the Subaru deep field , A&A, 468, 877 (06/2007)

  70. Narbutis, D., Vansevicius, V., Kodaira, K., Bridzius, A., &Stonkute, R., Photometry of Star Clusters in the M 31 Galaxy. Aperture Size Effects , BaltA, 16, 409 (00/2007)

  71. Narita, N., et al., Measurement of the Rossiter Laughlin Effect in the Transiting Exoplanetary System TrES-1 , PASJ, 59, 763 (08/2007)

  72. Neuhäuser, R., Mugrauer, M., Fukagawa, M., Torres, G., &Schmidt, T., Direct detection of exoplanet host star companion γ Cep B and revised masses for both stars and the sub-stellar object , A&A, 462, 777 (02/2007)

  73. Ofek, E., Oguri, M., Jackson, N., Inada, N., &Kayo, I., SDSS J131339.98+515128.3: a new gravitationally lensed quasar selected based on near-infrared excess , MNRAS, 382, 412 (11/2007)

  74. Ohta, Kouji, Aoki, K., Kawaguchi, T., &Kiuchi G., A Bar Fuels a Supermassive Black Hole?: Host Galaxies of Narrow-Line Seyfert 1 Galaxies , ApJS, 169, 1 (03/2007)

  75. Okura, Y., Umetsu, K., &Futamase, T., A New Measure for Weak-Lensing Flexion, ApJ, 660, 995 (05/2007)

  76. Olkin, C. B., et al., Pluto's Spectrum from 1.0 to 4.2 μm: Implications for Surface Properties , AJ, 133, 420 (02/2007)

  77. Ootsubo, T., Watanabe, J., Kawakita, H., Honda, M., &Furusho, R., Grain properties of Oort cloud comets: Modeling the mineralogical composition of cometary dust from mid-infrared emission features , P&SS, 55, 1044 (06/2007)

  78. Perlman, E.S., et al., The Mid-Infrared Emission of M87 , ApJ, 663, 808 (07/2007)

  79. Poznanski, d., et al., Supernovae in the Subaru Deep Field: an initial sample and Type Ia rate out to redshift 1.6 , MNRAS, 382, 1169 (12/2007)

  80. Rhodes, J.D., et al., The Stability of the Point-Spread Function of the Advanced Camera for Surveys on the Hubble Space Telescope and Implications for Weak Gravitational Lensing , ApJS, 172, 203 (09/2007)

  81. Robin, A.C., et al., The Stellar Content of the COSMOS Field as Derived from Morphological and SED-based Star/Galaxy Separation , ApJS, 172, 545 (09/2007)

  82. Sableviciute, I., et al., A Survey of Compact Star Clusters in the S-W Field of the M 31 Disk. Structural Parameters. Ii , BaltA, 16, 397 (00/2007)

  83. Sanders, D.B., et al., S-COSMOS: The Spitzer Legacy Survey of the Hubble Space Telescope ACS 2 deg2 COSMOS Field I: Survey Strategy and First Analysis , ApJS, 172, 86 (09/2007)

  84. Sargent, M.T., et al., The Evolution of the Number Density of Large Disk Galaxies in COSMOS , ApJS, 172, 434 (09/2007)

  85. Sasaki, S.S., et al., A Potential Galaxy Threshing System in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 511 (09/2007)

  86. Saumon, D., et al., Physical Parameters of Two Very Cool T Dwarfs, ApJ, 656, 1136 (02/2007)

  87. Scarlata, C., et al., COSMOS Morphological Classification with the Zurich Estimator of Structural Types (ZEST) and the Evolution Since z = 1 of the Luminosity Function of Early, Disk, and Irregular Galaxies , ApJS, 172, 406 (09/2007)

  88. Scarlata, C., et al., The Redshift Evolution of Early-Type Galaxies in COSMOS: Do Massive Early-Type Galaxies Form by Dry Mergers? , ApJS, 172, 494 (09/2007)

  89. Scoville, N., et al., The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS): Overview , ApJS, 172, 1 (09/2007)

  90. Scoville, N., et al., Large Structures and Galaxy Evolution in COSMOS at z < 1.1 , ApJS, 172, 150 (09/2007)

  91. Smolcic, V., et al., A Wide-Angle Tail Radio Galaxy in the COSMOS Field: Evidence for Cluster Formation , ApJS, 172, 295 (09/2007)

  92. Sugai, H., et al., Integral Field Spectroscopy of the Quadruply Lensed Quasar 1RXS J1131-1231: New Light on Lens Substructures, ApJ, 660, 1016 (05/2007)

  93. Tachihara, K., et al., Gas and Dust Condensations and a Peculiar Class 0 Object in the Lupus 3 Star-Forming Cloud , ApJ, 659, 1382 (04/2007)

  94. Takahashi, M.I., et al., The [O II] λ3727 Luminosity Function and Star Formation Rate at z~1.2 in the COSMOS 2 Square Degree Field and the Subaru Deep Field , ApJS, 172, 456 (09/2007)

  95. Tanaka Masayuki, et al., A deficit of faint red galaxies in the possible large-scale structures around the RDCS J1252.9-2927 cluster at z = 1.24 , MNRAS, 377, 1206 (05/2007)

  96. Tanaka Masayuki, Hoshi, T., Kodama, T., &Kashikawa, N., A huge filamentary structure at z = 0.55 and star formation histories of galaxies at z < 1 , MNRAS, 379, 1546 (08/2007)

  97. Taniguchi, Y., et al., The Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS): Subaru Observations of the HST Cosmos Field , ApJS, 172, 9 (09/2007)

  98. Terada, H., et al., Detection of Water Ice in Edge-on Protoplanetary Disks: HK Tauri B and HV Tauri C , ApJ, 667, 303 (09/2007)

  99. Trump, Jonathan R., et al., Magellan Spectroscopy of AGN Candidates in the COSMOS Field , ApJS, 172, 383 (09/2007)

  100. Yagi, M., et al., The Remarkable 60x2 kpc Optical Filament Associated with a Poststarburst Galaxy in the Coma Cluster, ApJ, 660, 1209 (05/2007)

  101. Yamanoi, H., et al., The Galaxy Luminosity Functions down to M ~ -10 in the Hydra I Cluster , AJ, 134, 56 (07/2007)

  102. Yoshida, F., &Nakamura, T., Subaru Main Belt Asteroid Survey (SMBAS) - Size and color distributions of small main-belt asteroids , P&SS, 55, 1113 (06/2007)

  103. Zamojski, M.A., et al., Deep GALEX Imaging of the COSMOS HST Field: A First Look at the Morphology of z ~ 0.7 Star-forming Galaxies , ApJS, 172, 468 (09/2007)


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