Publications with Subaru data in 2014

  1. Ammons, M., Wong, K., Zabludoff A., &Keeton C., Mapping Compound Cosmic Telescopes Containing Multiple Projected Cluster-scale Halos , ApJ, 781, 2 (01/2014)

  2. Annunziatella, M., et al., CLASH-VLT: The stellar mass function and stellar mass density profile of the z = 0.44 cluster of galaxies MACS J1206.2-0847 , A&A, 571, A80 (11/2014)

  3. Aoki, W., The Subaru Telescope High Dispersion Spectrograph (HDS) , AN, 335, 27 (01/2014)

  4. Aoki, W., Tominaga, N., Beers, T., Honda, S., &Lee, Y.S., A chemical signature of first-generation very massive stars , Science, 345, 912 (00/2014)

  5. Applegate, D., et al., Weighing the Giants - III. Methods and measurements of accurate galaxy cluster weak-lensing masses , MNRAS, 439, 48 (03/2014)

  6. Arnold, J., et al., The SLUGGS Survey: Wide-field Stellar Kinematics of Early-type Galaxies , ApJ, 791, 80 (08/2014)

  7. Asmus, D., Hönig, S., Gandhi, P., Smette, A., Duschl, W., The subarcsecond mid-infrared view of local active galactic nuclei - I. The N- and Q-band imaging atlas , MNRAS, 439, 1648 (04/2014)

  8. Bayliss M., Johnson T., Gladders M., Sharon K., &Oguri M., Line-of-sight Structure toward Strong Lensing Galaxy Clusters , ApJ, 783, 41 (03/2014)

  9. Bayliss, M., et al., The Physical Conditions, Metallicity and Metal Abundance Ratios in a Highly Magnified Galaxy at z = 3.6252 , ApJm 790, 144 (08/2014)

  10. Beltrán, M., et al., Filamentary structure and Keplerian rotation in the high-mass star-forming region G35.03+0.35 imaged with ALMA , A&A, 571, A52 (11/2014)

  11. Blom, C., Forbes, D., Foster, C., Romanowsky, A., &Brodie, J., The SLUGGS Survey: new evidence for a tidal interaction between the early-type galaxies NGC 4365 and NGC 4342 , MNRAS, 439, 2420 (04/2014)

  12. Bowler, R., et al., The bright end of the galaxy luminosity function at z~=7: before the onset of mass quenching? , MNRAS, 440, 2810 (05/2014)

  13. Brandt, T., et al., The Moving Group Targets of the SEEDS High-contrast Imaging Survey of Exoplanets and Disks: Results and Observations from the First Three Years , ApJ, 786, 1 (05/2014)

  14. Brandt, T., et al., A Statistical Analysis of SEEDS and Other High-contrast Exoplanet Surveys: Massive Planets or Low-mass Brown Dwarfs? , ApJ, 794, 159 (10/2014)

  15. Brodie, J., et al., The SAGES Legacy Unifying Globulars and GalaxieS Survey (SLUGGS): Sample Definition, Methods, and Initial Results , ApJ, 796, 52 (11/2014)

  16. Casey, C., et al., Are Dusty Galaxies Blue? Insights on UV Attenuation from Dust-selected Galaxies , ApJ, 796, 95 (12/2014)

  17. Chávez, R., et al., The L-sigma relation for massive bursts of star formation , MNRAS, 442, 3565 (08/2014)

  18. Currie, T., et al., Direct Imaging and Spectroscopy of a Candidate Companion Below/Near the Deuterium-burning Limit in the Young Binary Star System, ROXs 42B , ApJ, 780, L30 (01/2014)

  19. Currie, T., et al., Deep Thermal Infrared Imaging of HR 8799 bcde: New Atmospheric Constraints and Limits on a Fifth Planet , ApJ, 795, 133 (11/2014)

  20. De Grandi, S., et al., On the Fe abundance peak formation in cool-core clusters of galaxies: hints from cluster WARPJ1415.1+3612 at z = 1.03 , A&A, 567, A102 (07/2014)

  21. Díaz, C., et al., Large-scale environment of z~5.7 C IV absorption systems - I. Projected distribution of galaxies , MNRAS, 442, 946 (08/2014)

  22. Donahue, M., et al., CLASH-X: A Comparison of Lensing and X-Ray Techniques for Measuring the Mass Profiles of Galaxy Clusters , ApJ, 794, 136 (10/2014)

  23. Ehlert, S., et al., X-ray bright active galactic nuclei in massive galaxy clusters - II. The fraction of galaxies hosting active nuclei , MNRAS, 437, 1942 (01/2014)

  24. Elkin, V., Kurtz, D., Shibahashi, H., &Saio, H., Time-resolved spectroscopy of the rapidly oscillating Ap star KIC 10195926 , MNRAS, 444, 1344 (10/2014)

  25. Errmann, R., et al., Investigation of a transiting planet candidate in Trumpler 37: An astrophysical false positive eclipsing spectroscopic binary star , AN, 335, 345 (00/2014)

  26. Evans, T., et al., The UVES Large Program for testing fundamental physics - III. Constraints on the fine-structure constant from three telescopes , MNRAS, 445, 128 (11/2014)

  27. Fassbender, R., et al., Galaxy population properties of the massive X-ray luminous galaxy cluster XDCP J0044.0-2033 at z = 1.58. Red-sequence formation, massive galaxy assembly, and central star formation activity , A&A, 568, A5 (08/2014)

  28. Foster, C., et al., Kinematics and simulations of the stellar stream in the halo of the Umbrella Galaxy , MNRAS, 442, 3544 (08/2014)

  29. Gazak, Z., Davies, B., Kudritzki, R., Bergemann, M., &Plez, B., Quantitative Spectroscopic J-band study of Red Supergiants in Perseus OB-1 , ApJ, 788, 58 (06/2014)

  30. Goto, M., et al., Infrared H3+ and CO Studies of the Galactic Core: GCIRS 3 and GCIRS 1W , ApJ, 786, 96 (05/2014)

  31. Graur, O., et al., Type-Ia Supernova Rates to Redshift 2.4 from CLASH: The Cluster Lensing And Supernova Survey with Hubble , ApJ, 783, 28 (03/2014)

  32. Guyon, O., Hinz, P., Cady, E., Belikov, R., &Martinache, F., High Performance Lyot and PIAA Coronagraphy for Arbitrarily Shaped Telescope Apertures , ApJ, 780, 171 (01/2014)

  33. Harikane, Y., et al., MOSFIRE and LDSS3 Spectroscopy for an [O II] Blob at z = 1.18: Gas Outflow and Energy Source , ApJ, 794, 129 (10/2014)

  34. Hashimoto, Y., Henry, P., &Boehringer, H., Multiwavelength investigations of co-evolution of bright cluster galaxies and their host clusters , MNRAS, 440, 588 (05/2014)

  35. Hayashi, Masao et al., Mapping the large-scale structure around a z = 1.46 galaxy cluster in 3D using two adjacent narrow-band filters , MNRAS, 439, 2571 (02/2014)

  36. Henry, P., et al., A Large-scale Structure at Redshift 1.71 in the Lockman Hole , ApJ, 780, 58 (01/2014)

  37. Hirano, T., et al., Measurements of Stellar Inclinations for Kepler Planet Candidates. II. Candidate Spin-Orbit Misalignments in Single- and Multiple-transiting Systems , ApJ, 783, 9 (03/2014)

  38. Hsieh, H., et al., Search for the Return of Activity in Active Asteroid 176P/LINEAR , AJ, 147, 89 (04/2004)

  39. Hsu, L.-T., et al., CANDELS/GOODS-S, CDFS, and ECDFS: Photometric Redshifts for Normal and X-Ray-Detected Galaxies , ApJ, 796, 60 (11/2014)

  40. Hsu, L.-Y., Stockton, A., &Shih, H.-Y., Compact Quiescent Galaxies at Intermediate Redshifts , ApJ, 796, 92 (12/2014)

  41. Imanishi, M., &Saito, Y., Subaru Adaptive-optics High-spatial-resolution Infrared K- and L'-band Imaging Search for Deeply Buried Dual AGNs in Merging Galaxies , ApJ, 780, 106 (01/2014)

  42. Inada, N., Oguri, M., Rusu, E., Kayo, I., &Morokuma, T., Discovery of Four Doubly Imaged Quasar Lenses from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey , AJ, 147, 153 (06/2014)

  43. Ishigaki, M., Aoki, W., Arimoto, N., &Okamoto, S., Chemical compositions of six metal-poor stars in the ultra-faint dwarf spheroidal galaxy Boötes I , A&A, 562, A146 (02/2014)

  44. Itoh, Y., et al., Near-infrared polarimetry of the GG Tauri A binary system , RAA, 14, 1438 (11/2014)

  45. Izumi, N., et al., Discovery of Star Formation in the Extreme Outer Galaxy Possibly Induced by a High-velocity Cloud Impact , ApJ, 795, 66 (11/2014)

  46. Jennings, Z., et al., The SLUGGS Survey: HST/ACS Mosaic Imaging of the NGC 3115 Globular Cluster System , AJ, 148, 32 (08/2014)

  47. Jordán, A., et al., HATS-4b: A Dense Hot Jupiter Transiting a Super Metal-rich G star , AJ, 148, 29 (08/2014)

  48. Karman, W., Caputi, K., Trager, S., Almaini, O., &Cirasuolo, M., Rest-frame ultraviolet spectra of massive galaxies at z ~ 3: evidence of high-velocity outflows , A&A, 565, A5 (05/2014)

  49. Kartha, S., et al., The SLUGGS survey: the globular cluster systems of three early-type galaxies using wide-field imaging , MNRAS, 437, 273 (01/2014)

  50. Kashikawa, N., et al., Extended Lyα Emission from a Damped Lyα Absorber at z = 3.115 , ApJ, 780, 116 (01/2014)

  51. Kelly, P., et al, Weighing the Giants - II. Improved calibration of photometry from stellar colours and accurate photometric redshifts , MNRAS, 439, 28 (03/2014)

  52. Kim, J.-W., et al., Clustering of extremely red objects in Elais-N1 from the UKIDSS DXS with optical photometry from Pan-STARRS 1 and Subaru , MNRAS, 438, 825 (02/2014)

  53. Kim, Y., Ishiguro, M., &Usui, F., Physical Properties of Asteroids in Comet-like Orbits in Infrared Asteroid Survey Catalogs, ApJ, 789, 151 (07/2014)

  54. Konno, A., et al., Accelerated Evolution of the Lyalpha Luminosity Function at z >~ 7 Revealed by the Subaru Ultra-deep Survey for Lyalpha Emitters at z = 7.3 , ApJ, 797, 16 (12/2014)

  55. Koptelova, E., Chiueh, T., Chen., W.P., &Chan, H.H., New near-infrared observations and lens-model constraints for UM673 , A&A, 566, A36 (06/2014)

  56. Koyama, Y., et al., The Environmental Impacts on the Star Formation Main Sequence: An Halpha Study of the Newly Discovered Rich Cluster at z = 1.52 , ApJ, 789, 18 (07/2014)

  57. Kuroda, D., et al., Visible-wavelength spectroscopy of subkilometer-sized near-Earth asteroids with a low delta-v , PASJ, 66, 51 (06/2014)

  58. Le, H.A.N., et al., Medium resolution near-infrared spectra of the host galaxies of nearby quasars , AdSpR, 54, 1129 (09/2014)

  59. Ly, C., et al., "Direct" Gas-phase Metallicities, Stellar Properties, and Local Environments of Emission-line Galaxies at Redshifts below 0.90 , ApJ, 780, 122 (01/2014)

  60. Maier, C., et al., The Mass-Metallicity and Fundamental Metallicity Relations at z > 2 Using Very Large Telescope and Subaru Near-infrared Spectroscopy of zCOSMOS Galaxies, ApJ, 792, 3 (09/2014)

  61. Mallick, K., et al., NGC 7538: multiwavelength study of stellar cluster regions associated with IRS 1-3 and IRS 9 sources , MNRAS, 443, 3218 (10/2014)

  62. Martinache, F., et al., On-Sky Speckle Nulling Demonstration at Small Angular Separation with SCExAO , PASP, 126, 565 (06/2014)

  63. Martino, R., et al., LoCuSS: hydrostatic mass measurements of the high-LX cluster sample - cross-calibration of Chandra and XMM-Newton , MNRAS, 443, 2342 (09/2014)

  64. Merlo, M., et al., Subaru Spectroscopy and Spectral Modeling of Cygnus A , ApJ, 788, 6 (06/2014)

  65. Mesa-Delgado, A., et al., The Trace of the CNO Cycle in the Ring Nebula NGC 6888 , ApJ, 785, 100 (04/2014)

  66. Misawa, T., Charlton, J., &Eracleous, M., Monitoring the Variability of Intrinsic Absorption Lines in Quasar Spectra , ApJ, 792, 77 (09/2014)

  67. Misawa, T., et al., Resolving the Clumpy Structure of the Outflow Winds in the Gravitationally Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623 , ApJ, 794, L20 (10/2014)

  68. Momose, R., et al., Diffuse Lyalpha haloes around galaxies at z = 2.2-6.6: implications for galaxy formation and cosmic reionization , MNRAS, 442, 110 (07/2014)

  69. Mori, T., et al., Near- to mid-infrared imaging and spectroscopy of two buried AGNs of the nearby merging galaxy NGC 6240 with Subaru/IRCS+AO and GTC/CanariCam , PASJ, 66, 93 (10/2014)

  70. Morishita, T., Ichikara, T., &Kajisawa, M., The Evolution of Galaxy Size and Morphology at z ~ 0.5-3.0 in the GOODS-N Region with Hubble Space Telescope/WFC3 Data , ApJ, 785, 18 (04/2014)

  71. Morlok, A., et al., Dust from collisions: A way to probe the composition of exo-planets? , Icarus, 239, 1 (09/2014)

  72. Morselli, L., et al., Primordial environment of super massive black holes: large-scale galaxy overdensities around z ~ 6 quasars with LBT , A&A, 568, A1 (08/2014)

  73. Mulroy, S., et al., LoCuSS: the near-infrared luminosity and weak-lensing mass scaling relation of galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 443, 3309 (10/2014)

  74. Murata, K., et al., Evolution of the Fraction of Clumpy Galaxies at 0.2 < z < 1.0 in the COSMOS Field , ApJ, 786, 15 (05/2014)

  75. Napolitano, N., et al., The SLUGGS survey: breaking degeneracies between dark matter, anisotropy and the IMF using globular cluster subpopulations in the giant elliptical NGC 5846 , MNRAS, 439, 659 (03/2014)

  76. Narbutis, D., Stonkute, R., de Meulenaer, P., Mineikis, T., &Vansevicius, V., Structural Parameters of Star Clusters: Stochastic Effects , BaltA, 23, 103 (00/2014)

  77. Nogami, D., et al., Two sun-like superflare stars rotating as slow as the Sun* , PASJ, 66, L4 (04/2014)

  78. Oguri, M., Rusu, E., &Falco, E., The stellar and dark matter distributions in elliptical galaxies from the ensemble of strong gravitational lenses , MNRAS, 439, 2494 (04/2014)

  79. Okabe, N., Futamase, T., Kajisawa, M., &Kuroshima, R., Subaru Weak-lensing Survey of Dark Matter Subhalos in the Coma Cluster: Subhalo Mass Function and Statistical Properties , ApJ, 784, 90 (04/2014)

  80. Okabe, N., et al., Universal profiles of the intracluster medium from Suzaku X-ray and Subaru weak-lensing observations* , PASJ, 66, 99 (10/2014)

  81. Okumura, J., et al., The Type Ia supernovae rate with Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Survey , PASJ, 66, 49 (04/2014)

  82. Ota, K., et al., ALMA Observation of 158 mum [C II] Line and Dust Continuum of a z = 7 Normally Star-forming Galaxy in the Epoch of Reionization , ApJ, 792, 34 (09/2014)

  83. Placco, V., et al., Hubble Space Telescope Near-ultraviolet Spectroscopy of the Bright CEMP-no Star BD+44º493 , ApJ, 790, 34 (07/2014)

  84. Presotto, V., et al., Intracluster light properties in the CLASH-VLT cluster MACS J1206.2-0847 , A&A, 565, A126 (05/2014)

  85. Rodighiero, G., et al., A multiwavelength consensus on the main sequence of star-forming galaxies at z~2 , MNRAS, 443, 19 (09/2014)

  86. Rusu, E., et al., Adaptive optics observations of the gravitationally lensed quasar SDSS J1405+0959 , MNRAS, 444, 2561 (11/2014)

  87. Santos, J., et al., Star formation in the cluster CLG0218.3-0510 at z = 1.62 and its large-scale environment: the infrared perspective , MNRAS, 438, 2565 (03/2014)

  88. Sato, T., et al., Cloud top structure of Venus revealed by Subaru/COMICS mid-infrared images , Icarus, 243, 386 (11/2014)

  89. Shibuya, T., et al., What is the Physical Origin of Strong Lyalpha Emission? I. Demographics of Lyalpha Emitter Structures , ApJ, 785, 64 (04/2014)

  90. Shibuya, T., et al., What is the Physical Origin of Strong Lyalpha Emission? II. Gas Kinematics and Distribution of Lyalpha Emitters , ApJ, 788, 74 (06/2014)

  91. Shimakawa, R., et al., Identification of the progenitors of rich clusters and member galaxies in rapid formation at z > 2 , MNRAS, 441 L1 (06/2014)

  92. Shinnaka, Y., Kawakita, H., Kobayashi, H., Nagashima, M., &Boice, D., 14NH2/15NH2 Ratio in Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) Observed during its Outburst in 2013 November , ApJ, 782, L16 (02/2014)

  93. Singh, G., et al., Lyot-based Low Order Wavefront Sensor for Phase-mask Coronagraphs: Principle, Simulations and Laboratory Experiments , PASP, 126, 586 (06/2014)

  94. Singh, V., et al., Multiwavelength characterization of faint ultra steep spectrum radio sources: A search for high-redshift radio galaxies , A&A, 569, A52 (09/2014)

  95. Sobral, D., et al., The stellar mass function of star-forming galaxies and the mass-dependent SFR function since z = 2.23 from HiZELS , MNRAS, 437, 3516 (02/2014)

  96. Song, M., et al., The HETDEX Pilot Survey. V. The Physical Origin of Lyalpha Emitters Probed by Near-infrared Spectroscopy , ApJ, 791, 3 (08/2014)

  97. Stonkute, R., et al., Dwarf Irregular Galaxy Leo A: Suprime-Cam Wide-field Stellar Photometry , ApJS, 214, 19 (10/2014)

  98. Suenaga, T., et al., Multi-object and long-slit spectroscopy of very low mass brown dwarfs in the Orion Nebular Cluster , PASJ, 66, 33 (04/2014)

  99. Tadaki, K., et al., The Nature of Halpha-selected Galaxies at z > 2. II. Clumpy Galaxies and Compact Star-forming Galaxies , ApJ, 780, 77 (01/2014)

  100. Takada, M., et al., Extragalactic science, cosmology, and Galactic archaeology with the Subaru Prime Focus Spectrograph , PASJ, 66, 1 (02/2014)

  101. Takagi, Y., Itoh, Y., &Oasa, Y., Disk dissipation timescale of pre-main sequence stars in Taurus* , PASJ, 66, 88 (10/2014)

  102. Takami, M., et al., Surface Geometry of Protoplanetary Disks Inferred From Near-Infrared Imaging Polarimetry , ApJ, 795, 71 (11/2014)

  103. Takeda, Y., &Tajitsu, A., Spectroscopic study on the beryllium abundances of red giant stars* , PASJ, 66, 91 (10/2014)

  104. Tanaka, Masaomi, et al., Discovery of Dramatic Optical Variability in SDSS J1100+4421: A Peculiar Radio-loud Narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxy? , ApJ, 793, L26 (10/2014)

  105. Teske, J., Cunha, K., Smith, V., Schuler, S., &Griffith, C., C/O Ratios of Stars with Transiting Hot Jupiter Exoplanets , ApJ, 788, 39 (06/2014)

  106. Thalmann, C., et al., The architecture of the LkCa 15 transitional disk revealed by high-contrast imaging , A&A, 566, A51 (06/2014)

  107. Thalmann, C., et al., SPOTS: The Search for Planets Orbiting Two Stars. I. Survey description and first observations , A&A, 572, A91 (12/2014)

  108. Tonegawa, M., et al., A study of selection methods for Halpha-emitting galaxies at z ~ 1.3 for the Subaru/FMOS galaxy redshift survey for cosmology (FastSound) , PASJ, 66, 43 (04/2014)

  109. Toshikawa, J., et al., A First Site of Galaxy Cluster Formation: Complete Spectroscopy of a Protocluster at z = 6.01 , ApJ, 792, 15 (09/2014)

  110. Totani, T., et al., Probing intergalactic neutral hydrogen by the Lyman alpha red damping wing of gamma-ray burst 130606A afterglow spectrum at z = 5.913 , PASJ, 66, 63 (06/2014)

  111. Tsuji, T, &Nakajima, T., Near-infrared spectroscopy of M dwarfs. I. CO molecule as an abundance indicator of carbon , PASJ, 66, 98 (10/2014)

  112. Tsukagoshi, T., et al., High-resolution Submillimeter and Near-infrared Studies of the Transition Disk around Sz 91 , ApJ, 783, 90 (03/2014)

  113. Tsumura, K., et al., Near-infrared Brightness of the Galilean Satellites Eclipsed in Jovian Shadow: A New Technique to Investigate Jovian Upper Atmosphere , ApJ, 789, 122 (07/2014)

  114. Ueda, Y., Akiyama, M., Hasinger, G., Miyaji, T., &Watson, M., Toward the Standard Population Synthesis Model of the X-Ray Background: Evolution of X-Ray Luminosity and Absorption Functions of Active Galactic Nuclei Including Compton-thick Populations , ApJ, 786, 104 (05/2014)

  115. Umetsu, K., et al., CLASH: Weak-lensing Shear-and-magnification Analysis of 20 Galaxy Clusters , ApJ, 795, 163 (11/2014)

  116. Uno, T., et al., Vertical emissivity profiles of Jupiter's northern H3+ and H2 infrared auroras observed by Subaru/IRCS , JGRA, 119, 10219 (12/2014)

  117. Utsumi, Y., et al., Reducing Systematic Error in Weak Lensing Cluster Surveys , ApJ, 786, 93 (05/2014)

  118. von der Linden, a., et al., Weighing the Giants - I. Weak-lensing masses for 51 massive galaxy clusters: project overview, data analysis methods and cluster images , MNRAS, 439, 2 (03/2014)

  119. von der Linden, a., et al., Robust weak-lensing mass calibration of Planck galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 443, 1973 (09/2014)

  120. Wang, Liang, et al., A long-period eccentric substellar companion to the evolved intermediate-mass star HD 14067 , PASJ, 66, 118 (12/2014)

  121. Yabe, K., et al., The mass-metallicity relation at z ~ 1.4 revealed with Subaru/FMOS , MNRAS, 437, 3647 (02/2014)

  122. Yong, D., et al., Chemical abundances in bright giants of the globular cluster M62 (NGC 6266) , MNRAS, 439, 2638 (04/2014)

  123. Yong, D., et al., Iron and neutron-capture element abundance variations in the globular cluster M2 (NGC 7089)* , MNRAS, 441, 3396 (07/2014)

  124. Yu, L.-L., Ji, J.-H., &Wang, S., Investigation of Thermal Inertia and Surface Properties for Near-earth Asteroid (162173) 1999 JU3 , ChA&A, 38, 317 (07/2014)

  125. Zahid, H.J., et al., The Universal Relation of Galactic Chemical Evolution: The Origin of the Mass-Metallicity Relation , ApJ, 791, 130 (08/2014)

  126. Zahid, H.J., et al., The FMOS-COSMOS Survey of Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 1.6. II. The Mass-Metallicity Relation and the Dependence on Star Formation Rate and Dust Extinction , ApJ, 792, 75 (09/2014)

  127. Zhou, G., et al., HATS-5b: A Transiting Hot Saturn from the HATSouth Survey , AJ, 147, 144 (06/2014)


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