Publications with Subaru data in 2015

  1. Akiyama, E., et al., Discovery of a Disk Gap Candidate at 20 AU in TW Hydrae , ApJ, 802, L17 (04/2015)

  2. Akiyama, M., et al., The Subaru-XMM-Newton Deep Survey (SXDS) VIII. Multi-wavelength identification, optical/NIR spectroscopic properties, and photometric redshifts of X-ray sources , PASJ, 67, 82 (10/2015)

  3. Alabi, A., et al., The SLUGGS survey: globular cluster kinematics in a 'double sigma' galaxy - NGC 4473 , MNRAS, 452, 2208 (09/2015)

  4. Andreon, S., Relative distribution of dark matter and stellar mass in three massive galaxy clusters , A&A, 575, A108 (03/2015)

  5. Aoki, S., et al., Seasonal variation of the HDO/H2O ratio in the atmosphere of Mars at the middle of northern spring and beginning of northern summer , Icarus, 260, 7 (11/2015)

  6. Aoki, W., Suda, T., Beers, T., &Honda, S., High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Extremely Metal-Poor Stars from SDSS/SEGUE. II. Binary Fraction, AJ, 149, 39 (02/2015)

  7. Aoki, W., Molecular Line Formation in the Extremely Metal-poor Star BD+44 493 , ApJ, 811, 64 (09/2015)

  8. Arrigoni Battaia, F., et al., A Deep Narrowband Imaging Search for C IV and He II Emission from Lyalpha Blobs , ApJ, 804, 26 (05/2015)

  9. Barnett, R. et al., The spectral energy distribution of the redshift 7.1 quasar ULAS J1120+0641 , A&A, 575, A31 (03/2015)

  10. Benecchi, S.D., et al., New Horizons: Long-range Kuiper Belt targets observed by the Hubble Space Telescope , Icarus, 246, 369 (01/2015)

  11. Bouy, H., et al., Messier 35 (NGC 2168) DANCe. I. Membership, proper motions, and multiwavelength photometry , A&A, 575, A120 (03/2015)

  12. Bowler, B., Liu, M., Shkolnik, E., &Tamura, M., Planets around Low-mass Stars (PALMS). IV. The Outer Architecture of M Dwarf Planetary Systems , ApJS, 216, 7 (01/2015)

  13. Bowler, B., et al., Planets Around Low-mass Stars (PALMS). V. Age-dating Low-mass Companions to Members and Interlopers of Young Moving Groups , ApJ, 806, 62 (06/2015)

  14. Brahm, R., et al., HATS9-b and HATS10-b: Two Compact Hot Jupiters in Field 7 of the K2 Mission , AJ, 150, 33 (07/2015)

  15. Caputi, K.I., et al., Spitzer Bright, UltraVISTA Faint Sources in COSMOS: The Contribution to the Overall Population of Massive Galaxies at z = 3-7 , ApJ, 810, 73 (09/2015)

  16. Chiang, H.-S., Reipurth, B., &Hillenbrand, L., The Herbig Be Star V1818 Ori and Its Environment , AJ, 149, 108 (03/2015)

  17. Chiang, H.-S., et al., The Brightening of Re50N: Accretion Event or Dust Clearing? , ApJ, 805, 54 (05/2015)

  18. Davidge, T. J., et al., Raven and the Center of Maffei 1: Multi-object Adaptive Optics Observations of the Center of a Nearby Elliptical Galaxy and the Detection of an Intermediate Age Population , ApJ, 811, 133 (10/2015)

  19. Dawson, W., et al., MC2: Galaxy Imaging and Redshift Analysis of the Merging Cluster CIZA J2242.8+5301 , ApJ, 805, 143 (06/2015)

  20. de Leon, J., et al., Near-IR High-resolution Imaging Polarimetry of the SU Aur Disk: Clues for Tidal Tails? , ApJ, 806, L10 (06/2015)

  21. Fabrika, S., Ueda, Y., Vinokurov, A., Sholukhova, O., &Shidatsu, M., Supercritical accretion disks in ultraluminous X-ray sources and SS 433 , NatPh, 11, 551 (07/2015)

  22. Follette, K., et al., SEEDS Adaptive Optics Imaging of the Asymmetric Transition Disk Oph IRS 48 in Scattered Light , ApJ, 798, 132 (01/2015)

  23. Fujiyoshi, T., Wright, C., &Moore, T., Mid-infrared spectroscopy of SVS13: silicates, quartz and SiC in a protoplanetary disc , MNRAS, 451, 3371 (08/2015)

  24. Fukue, K., et al., Line-depth Ratios in H-band Spectra to Determine Effective Temperatures of G- and K-type Giants and Supergiants , ApJ, 812, 64 (10/2015)

  25. Fukui, A., et al., OGLE-2012-BLG-0563Lb: A Saturn-mass Planet around an M Dwarf with the Mass Constrained by Subaru AO Imaging , ApJ, 809, 74 (08/2015)

  26. Gallagher, A., Ludwig, H., Ryan, S., &Aoki, W., A three-dimensional hydrodynamical line profile analysis of iron lines and barium isotopes in HD 140283 , A&A, 579, A94 (07/2015)

  27. Geach, J., et al., The Red Radio Ring: a gravitationally lensed hyperluminous infrared radio galaxy at z = 2.553 discovered through the citizen science project SPACE WARPS , MNRAS, 452, 502 (09/2015)

  28. Giles, P., et al., The X-ray properties of weak-lensing-selected galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 447, 3044 (03/2015)

  29. Girardi, M., et al., CLASH-VLT: Substructure in the galaxy cluster MACS J1206.2-0847 from kinematics of galaxy populations , A&A, 579, A4 (07/2015)

  30. Goto, M., Geballe, T., &Usuda, T., Infrared Absorption Lines Toward NGC 7538 IRS 1: Abundances of H2, H3+, and CO , ApJ, 806, 57 (06/2015)

  31. Grady, C., et al., The outer disks of Herbig stars from the UV to NIR , Ap&SS, 355, 253 (02/2015)

  32. Hamana, T., Sakurai, J., Koike, M., &Miller, L., Cosmological constraints from Subaru weak lensing cluster counts , PASJ, 67, 34 (06/2015)

  33. Harakawa, H., et al., Five New Exoplanets Orbiting Three Metal-rich, Massive Stars: Two-planet Systems Including Long-period Planets and an Eccentric Planet , ApJ, 806, 5 (06/2015)

  34. Hartley, W.G., Conselice, C.J., Mortlock, A., Foucaud, S., &Simpson, C., Galactic conformity and central/satellite quenching, from the satellite profiles of M* galaxies at 0.4 < z < 1.9 in the UKIDSS UDS , MNRAS, 451, 1613 (08/2015)

  35. Hartman, J. D., et al., HAT-P-50b, HAT-P-51b, HAT-P-52b, and HAT-P-53b: Three Transiting Hot Jupiters and a Transiting Hot Saturn From the HATNet Survey , AJ, 150, 168 (12/2015)

  36. Hashimoto, J., et al., The Structure of Pre-transitional Protoplanetary Disks. II. Azimuthal Asymmetries, Different Radial Distributions of Large and Small Dust Grains in PDS 70 , ApJ, 799, 43 (01/2015)

  37. Hashimoto, Takuya, et al., A Close Comparison between Observed and Modeled Lyα Lines for z ~ 2.2 Lyα Emitters , ApJ, 812, 157 (10/2015)

  38. Hashimoto, Tetsuya., et al., The Star Formation Rate and Metallicity of the Host Galaxy of the Dark GRB 080325 at z=1.78 , ApJ, 806, 250 (06/2015)

  39. Hatsukade, B., et al., Optical--Infrared Properties of Faint 1.3 mm Sources Detected with ALMA , ApJ, 810, 91 (09/2015)

  40. Hayashi, Masao, et al., Physical conditions of the interstellar medium in star-forming galaxies at z ~ 1.5 , PASJ, 67, 80 (10/2015)

  41. Hirano, T., et al., Global Analysis of KOI-977: Spectroscopy, Asteroseismology, and Phase-curve Analysis, ApJ, 799, 9 (01/2015)

  42. Hoeijmakers, H.J., et al., A search for TiO in the optical high-resolution transmission spectrum of HD 209458b: Hindrance due to inaccuracies in the line database , A&A, 575, A20 (03/2015)

  43. Honda, M., et al., High-resolution 25 M Imaging of the Disks around Herbig Ae/Be Stars , ApJ, 804, 143 (05/2015)

  44. Honda, S., et al., High dispersion spectroscopy of solar-type superflare stars. III. Lithium abundances, PASJ, 67, 85 (10/2015)

  45. Hsieh, H., et al., Sublimation-Driven Activity in Main-Belt Comet 313p/Gibbs , ApJ, 800, L16 (02/2015)

  46. Hui, M.-T., &Jewitt, D., Archival Observations of Active Asteroid 313p/Gibbs , AJ, 149, 134 (04/2015)

  47. Ishikawa, S., Kashikawa N., Toshikawa, J., &Onoue, M., The very wide-field gzK galaxy survey - I. Details of the clustering properties of star-forming galaxies at z ~ 2 , MNRAS, 454, 205 (11/2015)

  48. Jee, M.J., et al., MC 2: Constraining the Dark Matter Distribution of the Violent Merging Galaxy Cluster CIZA J2242.8+5301 by Piercing through the Milky Way , ApJ, 802, 46 (03/2015)

  49. Jeffery, C.S., et al., Subaru and Swift observations of V652 Herculis: resolving the photospheric pulsation, MNRAS, 447, 2836 (03/2015)

  50. Jennings, Z., et al., NGC 3628-UCD1: A Possible omega Cen Analog Embedded in a Stellar Stream , ApJ, 812, L10 (10/2015)

  51. Jovanovic, N., et al., Artificial Incoherent Speckles Enable Precision Astrometry and Photometry in High-contrast Imaging , ApJ, 813, L24 (11/2015)

  52. Jovanovic, N., et al., The Subaru Coronagraphic Extreme Adaptive Optics System: Enabling High-Contrast Imaging on Solar-System Scales , PASP, 127, 890 (10/2015)

  53. Kartaltepe, J., et al., Rest-frame Optical Emission Lines in Far-infrared-selected Galaxies at z < 1.7 from the FMOS-COSMOS Survey , ApJ, 806, L35 (06/2015)

  54. Kashikawa, N., et al., The Subaru High-z Quasar Survey: Discovery of Faint z ~ 6 Quasars , ApJ, 798, 28 (01/2015)

  55. Kasuga, T., et al., Near-Infrared Spectra of High-Albedo Outer Main-Belt Asteroids , AJ, 149, 37 (02/2015)

  56. Khostovan, A., et al., Evolution of the H beta + [O III] and [O II] luminosity functions and the [O II] star formation history of the Universe up to z ~ 5 from HiZELS , MNRAS, 452, 3948 (10/2015)

  57. Koda, J., et al., Discovery of New Dwarf Galaxy Near the Isolated Spiral Galaxy NGC 6503 , ApJ, 802, L24 (04/2015)

  58. Koda, J., Yagi, M., Yamanoi, H., &Komiyama, Y., Approximately a Thousand Ultra-diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Cluster , ApJ, 807, L2 (07/2015)

  59. Konishi, M., et al., Indications of M-dwarf deficits in the halo and thick disk of the Galaxy , PASJ, 67, 1 (02/2015)

  60. Krumpe, M., et al., Chandra survey in the AKARI North Ecliptic Pole Deep Field - I. X-ray data, point-like source catalogue, sensitivity maps, and number counts , MNRAS, 446, 911 (01/2015)

  61. Kubo, M., et al., NIR Spectroscopic Observation of Massive Galaxies in the Protocluster at z = 3.09 , ApJ, 799, 38 (01/2015)

  62. Kusakabe, H., Shimasaku, K., Nakajima, K., &Ouchi, M., First Infrared-Based Implications for the Dust Attenuation and Star Formation of Typical Lyalpha Emitters , ApJ, 800, L29 (02/2015)

  63. Lee, S.-K., et al., Evolution of Star-formation Properties of High-redshift Cluster Galaxies since z = 2 , ApJ, 810, 90 (09/2015)

  64. Li, H.-N., et al., Discovery of a strongly r-process enhanced extremely metal-poor star LAMOST J110901.22+075441.8 , RAA, 15, 1264 (08/2015)

  65. Li, H.-N., et al., High-resolution spectroscopic studies of ultra metal-poor stars found in the LAMOST survey , PASJ, 67, 84 (10/2015)

  66. Lim, S., &Lee, M.-G., The Star Cluster System in the Local Group Starburst Galaxy IC 10 , ApJ, 804, 123 (05/2015)

  67. Lin, H.-W., Yoshida, F., Chen, Y.-T., Ip, W.-H., &Chang, C.-K. A search for subkilometer-sized ordinary chondrite like asteroids in the main-belt , Icarus, 254, 202 (07/2015)

  68. Longobardi, A., Arnaboldi, M., Gerhard, O., &Mihos, J., The build-up of the cD halo of M 87: evidence for accretion in the last Gyr , A&A, 579, L3 (07/2015)

  69. Longobardi, A., Arnaboldi, M., Gerhard, O., &Hanuschik, R., The outer regions of the giant Virgo galaxy M 87 Kinematic separation of stellar halo and intracluster light , A&A, 579, A135 (07/2015)

  70. Maeda, K., et al., Type IIb Supernova 2013df Entering into an Interaction Phase: A Link between the Progenitor and the Mass Loss , ApJ, 807, 35 (07/2015)

  71. Mancini, L., et al., HATS-13b and HATS-14b: two transiting hot Jupiters from the HATSouth survey , A&A, 580, A63 (08/2015)

  72. Mantz, A., et al., Weighing the giants - IV. Cosmology and neutrino mass , MNRAS, 446, 2205 (01/2015)

  73. Markakis, K., et al., Subaru and e-Merlin observations of NGC 3718. Diaries of a supermassive black hole recoil? , A&A, 580, A11 (08/2015)

  74. Martinet, N., et al., The evolution of the cluster optical galaxy luminosity function between z = 0.4 and 0.9 in the DAFT/FADA survey , A&A, 575, A116 (03/2015)

  75. Matsunaga, N., et al., Kinematics of Classical Cepheids in the Nuclear Stellar Disk , ApJ, 799, 46 (01/2015)

  76. Matthee, J., et al., Identification of the brightest Lyalpha emitters at z = 6.6: implications for the evolution of the luminosity function in the reionization era , MNRAS, 451, 400 (07/2015)

  77. Milisavljevic, D., et al., Metamorphosis of SN 2014C: Delayed Interaction between a Hydrogen Poor Core-collapse Supernova and a Nearby Circumstellar Shell , ApJ, 815, 120 (12/2015)

  78. Miyazaki, S., et al., Properties of Weak Lensing Clusters Detected on Hyper Suprime-Cam's 2.3 deg2 field , ApJ, 807, 22 (07/2015)

  79. Momose, M., et al., Detailed structure of the outer disk around HD 169142 with polarized light in H-band , PASJ, 67, 83 (10/2015)

  80. Nakajima, T., Tsuji, T., &Takeda, Y., Physical Properties of Gliese 229B Based on Newly Determined Carbon and Oxygen Abundances of Gliese 229A , AJ, 150, 53 (08/2015)

  81. Narita, N., et al., Characterization of the K2-19 Multiple-transiting Planetary System via High-dispersion Spectroscopy, AO Imaging, and Transit Timing Variations , ApJ, 815, 47 (12/2015)

  82. Newman, K., et al., An Achromatic Focal Plane Mask for High-Performance Broadband Coronagraphy , PASP, 127, 437 (05/2015)

  83. Niikura, H., Takada, M., Okabe, N., Martino, R., &Takahashi, R., Detection of universality of dark matter profile from Subaru weak lensing measurements of 50 massive clusters , PASJm 67, 10324 (12/2015)

  84. Norris, B., et al., The VAMPIRES instrument: imaging the innermost regions of protoplanetary discs with polarimetric interferometry , MNRAS, 447, 2894 (03/2015)

  85. Notsu, Y., et al., High dispersion spectroscopy of solar-type superflare stars. I. Temperature, surface gravity, metallicity, and vsin i , PASJ, 67, 32 (06/2015)

  86. Notsu, Y., et al., High dispersion spectroscopy of solar-type superflare stars. II. Stellar rotation, starspots, and chromospheric activities , PASJ, 67, 33 (06/2015)

  87. Okabe, N., et al., Radio relics tracing the projected mass distribution in CIZA J2242.8+5301* , PASJ, 67, 1149 (12/2015)

  88. Okamoto, S., et al., A Hyper Suprime-Cam View of the Interacting Galaxies of the M81 Group , ApJ, 809, L1 (08/2015)

  89. Okura, Y., &Futamase, T., A new weak lensing shear analysis method using ellipticity defined by 0th order moments , A&A, 576, A63 (04/2015)

  90. Onodera, M., et al., The Ages, Metallicities, and Element Abundance Ratios of Massive Quenched Galaxies at z = 1.6 , ApJ, 808 161 (08/2015)

  91. Orton, G., et al., Thermal imaging of Uranus: Upper-tropospheric temperatures one season after Voyager , Icarus, 260, 94 (11/2015)

  92. Otsuka, M., Hyung, S., &Tajitsu, A., Chemical Abundances and Dust in the Halo Planetary Nebula K648 in M15: Its Origin and Evolution Based on an Analysis of Multiwavelength Data , ApJS, 217, 22 (04/2015)

  93. Otsuka, M., Chemical abundances in the PN Wray16-423 in the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy: constraining the dust composition , MNRAS, 452, 4070 (10/2015)

  94. Oya, S., et al., Ground-layer turbulence evaluation project at Subaru Telescope , JPhCS, 595, a12021 (04/2015)

  95. Pannella, M., et al., GOODS-Herschel: Star Formation, Dust Attenuation, and the FIR-radio Correlation on the Main Sequence of Star-forming Galaxies up to z ~=4 , ApJ, 807, 141 (07/2015)

  96. Pota, V., et al., A SLUGGS and Gemini/GMOS combined study of the elliptical galaxy M60: wide-field photometry and kinematics of the globular cluster system , MNRAS, 450, 1962 (06/2015)

  97. Pota, V., et al., The SLUGGS survey: multipopulation dynamical modelling of the elliptical galaxy NGC 1407 from stars and globular clusters , MNRAS, 450, 3345 (07/2015)

  98. Radovich, M., et al., A weak lensing analysis of the PLCK G100.2-30.4 cluster , A&A, 579, A7 (07/2015)

  99. Rebull, L.M., et al., YSOVAR: Mid-infrared Variability in NGC 1333 , AJ, 150, 175 (12/2015)

  100. Sai, S., Itoh, Y., Fukagawa, M., Shibai, H., &Sumi, T., Near-infrared image of the debris disk around HD 15115 , PASJ, 67, 20 (04/2015)

  101. Saito, T., et al., The environments of Ly alpha blobs - I. Wide-field Ly alpha imaging of TN J1338-1942, a powerful radio galaxy at z ~= 4.1 associated with a giant Ly alpha nebula , MNRAS, 447, 3069 (03/2015)

  102. Sanchis-Ojeda, R., et al., The K2-ESPRINT Project I: Discovery of the Disintegrating Rocky Planet K2-22b with a Cometary Head and Leading Tail , ApJ, 812, 112 (10/2015)

  103. Sandoval, M., et al., Hiding in Plain Sight: Record-breaking Compact Stellar Systems in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey , ApJ, 808, L32 (07/2015)

  104. Sato, B., et al, Precise Radial Velocity Measurements for Kepler Giants Hosting Planetary Candidates: Kepler-91 and KOI-1894 , ApJ, 802, 57 (03/2015)

  105. Sbordone, L., et al., Chemical abundances of giant stars in NGC 5053 and NGC 5634, two globular clusters associated with the Sagittarius dwarf spheroidal galaxy? , A&A, 579, A104 (07/2015)

  106. Sheppard, S., &Trujillo, C., Discovery and Characteristics of the Rapidly Rotating Active Asteroid (62412) 2000 SY178 in the Main Belt , AJ, 149, 44 (02/2015)

  107. Shih, H.-Y., &Stockton, A., A Compact Group of Galaxies at z = 2.48 Hosting an AGN-driven Outflow , ApJ, 815, 50 (12/2015)

  108. Shimakawa, R., et al., An early phase of environmental effects on galaxy properties unveiled by near-infrared spectroscopy of protocluster galaxies at z > 2 , MNRAS, 448, 666 (03/2015)

  109. Silverman, J., et al., The FMOS-COSMOS Survey of Star-forming Galaxies at z~1.6. III. Survey Design, Performance, and Sample Characteristics , ApJS, 220, 12 (09/2015)

  110. Singh, G., et al., On-Sky Demonstration of Low-Order Wavefront Sensing and Control with Focal Plane Phase Mask Coronagraphs , PASP, 127, 857 (10/2015)

  111. Smith, R., Alton, P., Lucey, J., Conroy, C., &Carter, D., The IMF-sensitive 1.14-mum Na I doublet in early-type galaxies , MNRAS, 454, L71 (11/2015)

  112. Sobral, D., et al., CF-HiZELS, an ~10 deg2 emission-line survey with spectroscopic follow-up: Halpha, [O III] + Hbeta and [O II] luminosity functions at z = 0.8, 1.4 and 2.2 , MNRAS, 451, 2303 (08/2015)

  113. Stroe, A., et al., The rise and fall of star formation in z ~ 0.2 merging galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 450, 646 (06/2015)

  114. Sugai, H., et al., Prime Focus Spectrograph for the Subaru telescope: massively multiplexed optical and near-infrared fiber spectrograph , JATIS, 1, 035001 (07/2015)

  115. Suh, H., Hasinger, G., Steinhardt, C., Silvermanm J., &Schramm, M., Eddington Ratio Distribution of X-Ray-selected Broad-line AGNs at 1.0 < z < 2.2 , ApJ, 815, 129 (12/2015)

  116. Suzuki, T., et al., Galaxy Formation at z > 3 Revealed by Narrowband-selected [O III] Emission Line Galaxies , ApJ, 806, 208 (06/2015)

  117. Tajitsu, A., Sadakane, K., Naito, H., Arai, A., &Aoki, W., Explosive lithium production in the classical nova V339 Del (Nova Delphini 2013) , Nature, 518, 381 (02/2015)

  118. Takagi, Y., Itoh, Y., Arai, A., Sai, S., &Oasa, Y., Rapid dissipation of protoplanetary disks in Ophiuchus , PASJ, 67, 87 (10/2015)

  119. Takeda, Y., &Tajitsu, A., Spectroscopic study of red giants in the Kepler field with asteroseismologically established evolutionary status and stellar parameters , MNRAS, 450, 397 (06/2015)

  120. Tamhane, P., et al., J021659-044920: a relic giant radio galaxy at z ~ 1.3 , MNRAS, 453, 2438 (11/2015)

  121. Tamura, Y., et al., Extremely Bright Submillimeter Galaxies beyond the Lupus-I Star-forming Region , ApJ, 808, 121 (08/2015)

  122. Taniguchi, Y., et al., Discovery of Massive, Mostly Star Formation Quenched Galaxies with Extremely Large Lyalpha Equivalent Widths at z ~ 3 , ApJ, 809, L7 (08/2015)

  123. Taniguchi, Y., et al., The Subaru COSMOS 20: Subaru optical imaging of the HST COSMOS field with 20 filters* , PASJ, 67, 10414 (12/2015)

  124. Teske, J., et al., Abundance Differences between Exoplanet Binary Host Stars XO-2N and XO-2S---Dependence on Stellar Parameters , ApJ, 801, L10 (03/2015)

  125. Toba, Y., et al., Hyper-luminous dust-obscured galaxies discovered by the Hyper Suprime-Cam on Subaru and WISE , PASJ, 67, 86 (10/2015)

  126. Tonegawa, M., et al., FIELD: Automated emission line detection software for Subaru/FMOS near-infrared spectroscopy , PASJ, 67, 319 (06/2015)

  127. Tonegawa, M., et al., The Subaru FMOS galaxy redshift survey (FastSound). I. Overview of the survey targeting Halpha emitters at z ~ 1.4 , PASJ, 67, 81 (10/2015)

  128. Totani, T., Fastsound: Probing the Origin of Cosmic Acceleration by Galaxy Clustering at z ~ 1.3 with Subaru/FMOS , PKAS, 30, 367 (09/2015)

  129. Tsuji, T., Nakajima, T., &Takeda, Y., Near-infrared spectroscopy of M dwarfs. II. H2O molecule as an abundance indicator of oxygen , PASJ, 67, 26 (04/2015)

  130. Tsujimoto, T., Ishigaki, M., Shigeyama, T., &Aoki, W., Chemical feature of Eu abundance in the Draco dwarf spheroidal galaxy , PASJ, 67, L36 (06/2015)

  131. Umetsu, K., et al., Three-dimensional Multi-probe Analysis of the Galaxy Cluster A1689 , ApJ, 806, 207 (06/2015)

  132. Urata, Y., Huang, K., Yamazaki, R., &Sakamoto, T., Extremely Soft X-Ray Flash as the Indicator of Off-axis Orphan GRB Afterglow , ApJ, 806, 222 (06/2015)

  133. Usher, C., et al., The SLUGGS survey: globular cluster stellar population trends from weak absorption lines in stacked spectra , MNRAS, 446, 369 (01/2015)

  134. Valentino, F., et al., Metal Deficiency in Cluster Star-Forming Galaxies At z = 2 , ApJ, 801, 132 (03/2015)

  135. Wang, Y.-P., et al., High resolution deep imaging of a bright radio quiet QSO at z ~ 3 , RAA, 15, 673 (05/2015)

  136. Wang, Z., et al., Optical I-band Linear Polarimetry of the Magnetar 4U 0142+61 with Subaru , ApJ, 814, 89 (12/2015)

  137. Ward-Duong, K., et al., The M-dwarfs in Multiples (MINMS) survey - I. Stellar multiplicity among low-mass stars within 15 pc , MNRAS, 449, 2618 (05/2015)

  138. Wong, I., &Brown, M., The Color--Magnitude Distribution of Small Jupiter Trojans , AJ, 150, 174 (12/2015)

  139. Wu, X., Wang, L., Shi, J., Zhao, G., &Grupp, F., Palladium and silver abundances in stars with [Fe/H] > -2.6 , A&A, 579, A8 (07/2015)

  140. Yabe K., et al., The Gas Inflow and Outflow Rate in Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 1.4 , ApJ, 798, 45 (01/2015)

  141. Yabe K., et al., The Subaru FMOS Galaxy Redshift Survey (FastSound). III. The mass-metallicity relation and the fundamental metallicity relation at z ~ 1.4* , PASJ, 67, 10216 (12/2015)

  142. Yagi, M., et al., Discovery of Nine Extended Ionized Gas Clouds in a z = 0.4 Cluster , AJ, 149, 36 (02/2015)

  143. Yagi, M., et al., Initial Speed of Knots in the Plasma Tail of C/2013 R1(Lovejoy) , AJ, 149, 97 (03/2015)

  144. Zanella, A., et al., An extremely young massive clump forming by gravitational collapse in a primordial galaxy , Nature, 521, 54 (05/2015)


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