Publications with Subaru data in 2016

  1. Akiyama, E., et al., Spiral Structure and Differential Dust Size Distribution in the LKHα 330 Disk , AJ, 152, 222 (12/2016)

  2. Annunziatella, M., et al., CLASH-VLT: Environment-driven evolution of galaxies in the z = 0.209 cluster Abell 209 , A&A, 585, A160 (01/2016)

  3. Applegate, D. E., et al., Cosmology and astrophysics from relaxed galaxy clusters - IV. Robustly calibrating hydrostatic masses with weak lensing , MNRAS, 457, 1522 (04/2016)

  4. Arai, A., Kawakita, H.,Shinnaka, Y., &Tajitsu, A., Origins of Absorption Systems of Classical Nova V2659 Cyg (Nova Cyg 2014) , ApJ, 830, 30 (10/2016)

  5. Asensio-Torres, R., et al., Polarimetry and flux distribution in the debris disk around HD 32297 , A&A, 593, A73 (09/2016)

  6. Bassa, C., et al., Optical and radio astrometry of the galaxy associated with FRB 150418 , MNRAS, 463, L36 (11/2016)

  7. Beaulieu, J.-P., et al., Revisiting the Microlensing Event OGLE 2012-BLG-0026: A Solar Mass Star with Two Cold Giant Planets , ApJ, 824, 83 (06/2016)

  8. Blanchard, P., Berger, E., &Fong, W.-F., The Offset and Host Light Distributions of Long Gamma-Ray Bursts: A New View From HST Observations of Swift Bursts , ApJ, 817, 144 (02/2016)

  9. Brusa, M., et al., A fast ionised wind in a star-forming quasar system at z ~ 1.5 resolved through adaptive optics assisted near-infrared data , A&A, 588, A58 (04/2016)

  10. Carlin, J., et al., First Results from the MADCASH Survey: A Faint Dwarf Galaxy Companion to the Low-mass Spiral Galaxy NGC 2403 at 3.2 Mpc , ApJ, 828, L5 (09/2016)

  11. Casetti-Dinescu, D., &Girard, T., Proper motion of the Draco dwarf galaxy from Subaru Suprime-Cam data , MNRAS, 461, 271 (09/2016)

  12. Chan, James, et al., Galaxy-scale Gravitational Lens Candidates from the Hyper Suprime-Cam Imaging Survey and the Galaxy And Mass Assembly Spectroscopic Survey , ApJ, 832, 135 (12/2016)

  13. Cristallo, S., Karinkuzhi, D., Goswami, A., Piersanti, L., &Gobrecht, D., Constraints of the Physics of Low-mass AGB Stars from CH and CEMP Stars , ApJ, 833, 181 (12/2016)

  14. Dai, F., et al, Doppler Monitoring of Five K2 Transiting Planetary Systems , ApJ, 823, 115 (06/2016)

  15. Davidge, T.J., et al., Cluster Glimpses with RAVEN: AO-corrected Near and Mid-infrared Images of GLIMPSE C01 and GLIMPSE C02 , AJ, 152, 173 (12/2016)

  16. Dawson, W., Schneider, M., Tyson, A., &Jee, M.J., The Ellipticity Distribution of Ambiguously Blended Objects , ApJ, 816, aa (01/2016)

  17. Díaz Tello, J., et al., Star formation activity in Balmer break galaxies at z<1.5 , A&A, 587, A136 (03/2016)

  18. Durret, F., et al., Searching for filaments and large-scale structure around DAFT/FADA clusters , A&A, 588, A69 (04/2016)

  19. Efremov, Yu. N., Unusual objects in the spiral galaxy NGC 6946 , BaltA, 25, 369 (00/2016)

  20. Formicola, I., et al., Selecting background galaxies in weak-lensing analysis of galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 458, 2776 (05/2016)

  21. Furusawa, H., et al., A New Constraint on the Lyalpha Fraction of UV Very Bright Galaxies at Redshift 7 , ApJ, 822, 46 (05/2016)

  22. Golovich, N., et al., MC2: Dynamical Analysis of the Merging Galaxy Cluster MACS J1149.5+2223 , ApJ, 831, 110 (11/2016)

  23. Goswami, A., Aoki, W., &Karinkuzhi, D., Subaru/HDS study of CH stars: elemental abundances for stellar neutron-capture process studies , MNRAS, 455, 402 (01/2016)

  24. Harikane, Y., et al., Evolution of Stellar-to-Halo Mass Ratio at z = 0 - 7 Identified by Clustering Analysis with the Hubble Legacy Imaging and Early Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey Data , ApJ, 821, 123 (04/2016)

  25. Hayashi, Masao, et al., Enhanced Star Formation of Less Massive Galaxies in a Protocluster at z = 2.5 , ApJ, 826, L28 (08/2016)

  26. Hébrard, G., et al., The SOPHIE search for northern extrasolar planets. X. Detection and characterization of giant planets by the dozen , A&A, 588, A145 (04/2016)

  27. Helminiak, K., et al., SEEDS Direct Imaging of the RV-detected Companion to V450 Andromedae, and Characterization of the System , ApJ, 832, 33 (11/2016)

  28. Hinojosa-Goñi, R., Muñoz-Tuñón, C., &Méndez-Abreu, J., Starburst galaxies in the COSMOS field: clumpy star-formation at redshift 0 < z < 0.5 , A&A, 592, A122 (08/2016)

  29. Hirano, T., et al., The K2-ESPRINT Project III: A Close-in Super-Earth around a Metal-rich Mid-M Dwarf , ApJ, 820, 41 (03/2016)

  30. Hirano, T., et al., The K2-ESPRINT Project IV. A Hot Jupiter in a Prograde Orbit with a Possible Stellar Companion , ApJ, 825, 53 (07/2016)

  31. Homma, D., et al., A New Milky Way Satellite Discovered in the Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey , ApJ, 832, 21 (11/2016)

  32. Hu, E. M., et al., An Ultraluminous Lyalpha Emitter with a Blue Wing at z = 6.6 , ApJ, 825, L7 (07/2016)

  33. Iguchi, N., &Itoh, Y., High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Winds Associated with T Tauri Stars , RAA, 16bm 10 (02/2016)

  34. Ishigaki, M., Hwang, N., Chiba, M., &Aoki, W., Line-of-sight Velocity and Metallicity Measurements of the Palomar 5 Tidal Stream , ApJ, 823, 157 (06/2016)

  35. Ishikawa, S., Kashikawa, N., Hamana, T., Toshikawa, J., &Onoue, M., The very wide-field gzK Galaxy Survey - II. The relationship between star-forming galaxies at z ~ 2 and their host haloes based upon HOD modelling , MNRAS, 458, 747 (05/2016)

  36. Jaffé, Y. L., et al., BUDHIES - III: the fate of H I and the quenching of galaxies in evolving environments, MNRAS, 461, 1202 (09/2016)

  37. Jee, M. J., et al., MC2: Mapping the Dark Matter Distribution of the "Toothbrush" Cluster RX J0603.3+4214 with Hubble Space Telescope and Subaru Weak Lensing , ApJ, 817, 179 (02/2016)

  38. Jiang, L., et al., Physical Properties of Spectroscopically Confirmed Galaxies at z >= 6. III. Stellar Populations from SED Modeling with Secure Lyα Emission and Redshifts , ApJ, 816, 16 (01/2016)

  39. Jovanovic, N., Schwab, C., Cvetojevic, N., Guyon, O., &Martinache, F., Enhancing Stellar Spectroscopy with Extreme Adaptive Optics and Photonics , PASP, 128, 121001 (12/2016)

  40. Kaluna, H.M., Masiero. J.R., &Meech, K., Space weathering trends among carbonaceous asteroids , Icarus, 264, 62 (01/2016)

  41. Kartha, S., et al., The SLUGGS survey: exploring the globular cluster systems of the Leo II group and their global relationships , MNRAS, 458, 105 (05/2016)

  42. Kato, Y., et al., Herschel protocluster survey: a search for dusty star-forming galaxies in protoclusters at z = 2-3 , MNRAS, 460, 3861 (08/2016)

  43. Katsuda, S., et al., Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy of a Balmer-dominated Shock in the Cygnus Loop: An Extremely Thin Cosmic-Ray Precursor? , ApJ, 819, L32 (03/2016)

  44. Keane, E. F., et al., The host galaxy of a fast radio burst , Nature, 530, 453 (02/2016)

  45. Kobayashi, M., et al., Morphological Properties of Lyalpha Emitters at Redshift 4.86 in the Cosmos Field: Clumpy Star Formation or Merger? , ApJ, 819, 25 (03/2016)

  46. Konishi, M., et al., A substellar companion to Pleiades HII 3441 , PASJ, 68, 92 (12/2016)

  47. Konno, A., et al., Bright and Faint Ends of Lyalpha Luminosity Functions at z = 2 Determined by the Subaru Survey: Implications for AGNs, Magnification Bias, and ISM H I Evolution , ApJ, 823, 20 (05/2016)

  48. Kubo, M., et al., An extremely dense group of massive galaxies at the centre of the protocluster at z = 3.09 in the SSA22 field , MNRAS, 455, 3333 (01/2016)

  49. Laigle, C., et al., The COSMOS2015 Catalog: Exploring the 1 < z < 6 Universe with Half a Million Galaxies , ApJS, 224, 24 (06/2016)

  50. Laine, S., et al., Metallicity and Age of the Stellar Stream around the Disk Galaxy NGC 5907 , AJ, 152, 72 (09/2016)

  51. Lin, Lihwai, et al., The SPLASH Survey: Quiescent Galaxies Are More Strongly Clustered but Are Not Necessarily Located in High-density Environments , ApJ, 817, 97 (02/2016)

  52. Liu, H. B., et al., Circumstellar disks of the most vigorously accreting young stars , Science Advances, 2, 1500875 (02/2016)

  53. Lomax, J.R., et al., Constraining the Movement of the Spiral Features and the Locations of Planetary Bodies within the AB Aur System , ApJ, 828, 2 (09/2016)

  54. Luhman, K.L., Esplin, T.L., &Loutrel, N.P., A Census of Young Stars and Brown Dwarfs in IC 348 and NGC 1333 , ApJ, 827, 52 (08/2016)

  55. Ly, Chun, et al., The Metal Abundances across Cosmic Time (MACT) Survey. I. Optical Spectroscopy in the Subaru Deep Field , ApJS, 226, 5 (09/2016)

  56. Ly, Chun, Malkan, M., Rigby, J., &Nagao, T., The Metal Abundances across Cosmic Time (MACT) Survey. II. Evolution of the Mass-metallicity Relation over 8 Billion Years, Using [OIII]4363AA-based Metallicities , ApJ, 828, 67 (09/2016)

  57. Maeda, K., et al., Sodium Absorption Systems toward SN Ia 2014J Originate on Interstellar Scales , ApJ, 816, 57 (01/2016)

  58. Martinache, F., Jovanovic, N., &Guyon, O., Closed-loop focal plane wavefront control with the SCExAO instrument , A&A, 593, A33 (09/2016)

  59. Martinet, N., et al., Weak lensing study of 16 DAFT/FADA clusters: Substructures and filaments , A&A, 590, A69 (05/2016)

  60. Martínez-Delgado, D., et al., Discovery of an Ultra-diffuse Galaxy in the Pisces--Perseus Supercluster , AJ, 151, 96 (04/2016)

  61. Matsubayashi, K., et al., Adaptive Optics at Optical Wavelengths: Test Observations of Kyoto 3DII Connected to Subaru Telescope AO188 , PASP, 128, 5003 (09/2016)

  62. Matsuoka, Y., et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). I. Discovery of 15 Quasars and Bright Galaxies at 5.7 < z < 6.9 , ApJ, 828, 26 (09/2016)

  63. Mawatari, K., et al., Discovery of a Damped Lyalpha Absorber at z = 3.3 along a Galaxy Sight-line in the SSA22 Field , ApJ, 817, 161 (02/2016)

  64. Mawatari, K., Yamada, T., Fazio, G., Huang, J.-S., &Ashby, M., Possible identification of massive and evolved galaxies at z ≥ 5 , PASJ, 68, 46 (06/2016)

  65. Medezinski, E., et al., Frontier Fields: Subaru Weak-Lensing Analysis of the Merging Galaxy Cluster A2744 , ApJ, 817, 24 (01/2016)

  66. Misawa, T., et al., Multi-Sightline Observation of Narrow Absorption Lines in Lensed Quasar SDSS J1029+2623 , ApJ, 825, 25 (07/2016)

  67. Mizuki, T., et al., High-contrast imaging of Eridani with ground-based instruments , A&A, 595, A79 (11/2016)

  68. Momose, R., et al., Statistical properties of diffuse Lyalpha haloes around star-forming galaxies at z ~ 2 , MNRAS, 457, 2318 (04/2016)

  69. More, A., et al., The SDSS-III BOSS quasar lens survey: discovery of 13 gravitationally lensed quasars , MNRAS, 456, 1595 (02/2016)

  70. Morihana, K., et al., Near-infrared spectroscopy of faint discrete X-ray point sources constituting the Galactic ridge X-ray emission , PASJ, 68, 57 (08/2016)

  71. Morii, M., et al., Machine-learning selection of optical transients in the Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam survey , PASJ, 68, 104 (12/2016)

  72. Morokuma, T., et al., An effective selection method for low-mass active black holes and first spectroscopic identification , PASJ, 68, 40 (06/2016)

  73. Nakajima, T., &Sorahana, S., Carbon-to-oxygen Ratios in M Dwarfs and Solar-type Stars , ApJ, 830, 159 (10/2016)

  74. Niida, M., et al., Revisiting the Completeness and Luminosity Function in High-redshift Low-luminosity Quasar Surveys , ApJ, 832, 208 (12/2016)

  75. Nishiyama, S., et al., Spectroscopically identified intermediate age stars at 0.5-3 pc distance from Sagittarius A* , A&A, 588, A49 (04/2016)

  76. Oh, Daehyeon, et al., Near-infrared imaging polarimetry of LkCa 15: A possible warped inner disk , PASJ, 68, L3 (04/2016)

  77. Oh, Daehyeon, et al., Resolved Near-infrared Image of the Inner Cavity in the GM Aur Transitional Disk , ApJ, 831, L7 (11/2016)

  78. Ohta, Y., et al., Extreme asymmetry in the polarized disk of V1247 Orionis , PASJ, 68, 53 (08/2016)

  79. Okabe, N., et al., Central mass profiles of the nearby cool-core galaxy clusters Hydra A and A478 , MNRAS, 456, 4475 (03/2016)

  80. Okabe, N., &Smith, G., LoCuSS: weak-lensing mass calibration of galaxy clusters , MNRAS, 461, 3794 (10/2016)

  81. Okada, H., et al., The Subaru FMOS galaxy redshift survey (FastSound). II. The emission line catalog and properties of emission line galaxies , PASJ, 68, 47 (06/2016)

  82. Okumura, T., et al., The Subaru FMOS galaxy redshift survey (FastSound). IV. New constraint on gravity theory from redshift space distortions at z~1.4 , PASJ, 68, 38 (06/2016)

  83. Oya, S., et al., Simultaneous seeing measurement through the Subaru Telescope in the visible and near-infrared bands for the wavelength dependence evaluation , Experimental Astronomy, 42, 85 (08/2016)

  84. Pathak, P., et al., A High-precision Technique to Correct for Residual Atmospheric Dispersion in High-contrast Imaging Systems , PASP, 128, 124404 (12/2016)

  85. Rabus, M., et al., HATS-11b AND HATS-12b: Two Transiting Hot Jupiters Orbiting Subsolar Metallicity Stars Selected for the K2 Campaign 7 , AJ, 152, 88 (10/2016)

  86. Ratajczak, M., et al., Orbital and physical parameters of eclipsing binaries from the ASAS catalogue - IX. Spotted pairs with red giants , MNRAS, 461, 2234 (09/2016)

  87. Rich, E., et al., Thermal Infrared Imaging and Atmospheric Modeling of VHS J125601.92-125723.9 b: Evidence for Moderately Thick Clouds and Equilibrium Carbon Chemistry in a Hierarchical Triple System , ApJ, 830, 114 (10/2016)

  88. Romanowsky, A., et al., Satellite accretion in action: a tidally disrupting dwarf spheroidal around the nearby spiral galaxy NGC 253 , MNRAS, 457, L103 (03/2016)

  89. Rusu, C. E., et al., Subaru Telescope adaptive optics observations of gravitationally lensed quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey , MNRAS, 458, 2 (05/2016)

  90. Ryu, T., et al., High-contrast Imaging of Intermediate-mass Giants with Long-term Radial Velocity Trends , ApJ, 825, 127 (07/2016)

  91. Saito, Yuriko, et al., Near-infrared spectroscopy of quasars at z ~ 3 and estimates of their supermassive black hole masses , PASJ, 68, 119 (02/2016)

  92. Sakon, I., et al., Concurrent Formation of Carbon and Silicate Dust in Nova V1280 Sco , ApJ, 817, 145 (02/2016)

  93. Santos, S., Sobral, D., &Matthee, J., The Lyalpha luminosity function at z = 5.7 - 6.6 and the steep drop of the faint end: implications for reionization , MNRAS, 463, 1678 (12/2016)

  94. Sheppard, S., Trujillo, C., &Tholen, D., Beyond the Kuiper Belt Edge: New High Perihelion Trans-Neptunian Objects with Moderate Semimajor Axes and Eccentricities , ApJ, 825, L13 (07/2016)

  95. Sheppard, S., &Trujillo, C., New Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects: Toward a Super-Earth in the Outer Solar System , AJ, 152, 221 (12/2016)

  96. Shinnaka, Y., &Kawakita, H., Nitrogen Isotopic Ratio of Cometary Ammonia from High-resolution Optical Spectroscopic Observations of C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) , AJ, 152, 145 (11/2016)

  97. Shinnaka, Y., et al., Ortho-to-para abundance ratios of NH2 in 26 comets: implications for the real meaning of OPRs , MNRAS, 462, S124 (11/2016)

  98. Shinnaka, Y., et al., Nitrogen isotopic ratios of NH2 in comets: implication for 15N-fractionation in cometary ammonia , MNRAS, 462, S195 (11/2016)

  99. Suzuki, T., et al., [O III] emission line as a tracer of star-forming galaxies at high redshifts: comparison between Halpha and [O III] emitters at z=2.23 in HiZELS , MNRAS, 462, 181 (10/2016)

  100. Tajitsu, A., et al., The 7Be ii Resonance Lines in Two Classical Novae V5668 Sgr and V2944 Oph , ApJ, 818, 191 (02/2016)

  101. Takeda, Y., et al., Fundamental stellar parameters and age-metallicity relation of Kepler red giants in comparison with theoretical evolutionary tracks , MNRAS, 457, 4454 (04/2016)

  102. Tamura, M., SEEDS - Strategic explorations of exoplanets and disks with the Subaru Telescope - , PJAB, 92, 45 (02/2016)

  103. Tan, K., Shi, J., Takada-Hidai, M., Takeda, Y., &Zhao, G., A Non-LTE Study of Silicon Abundances in Giant Stars from the Si I Infrared Lines in the zJ-Band , ApJ, 823, 36 (05/2016)

  104. Tanaka, Masaomi, et al., Rapidly Rising Transients from the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Transient Survey , ApJ, 819, 5 (03/2016)

  105. Tanaka, Masayuki, et al., A Spectroscopically Confirmed Double Source Plane Lens System in the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program , ApJ, 826, L19 (08/2016)

  106. Terai, T., Itoh, Y., Oasa, Y., Furusho, R., &Watanabe, J., Photometric Measurements of H2O Ice Crystallinity on Trans-Neptunian Objects , ApJ, 827, 65 (08/2016)

  107. Toshikawa, J., et al., A Systematic Survey of Protoclusters at z ~ 3-6 in the CFHTLS Deep Fields , ApJ, 826, 114 (08/2016)

  108. Totani, T., Aoki, K., Hattori, T., &Kawai, N., High-precision analyses of Lyalpha damping wing of gamma-ray bursts in the reionization era: On the controversial results from GRB 130606A at z = 5.91 , PASJ, 68, 158 (02/2016)

  109. Tsuji, T., &Nakajima, T., Near-infrared spectroscopy of M dwarfs. III. Carbon and oxygen abundances in late M dwarfs, including the dusty rapid rotator 2MASSI J1835379+325954 , PASJ, 68, 13 (02/2016)

  110. Tsuji, T., Near-infrared spectroscopy of M dwarfs. IV. A preliminary survey on the carbon isotopic ratio in M dwarfs , PASJ, 68, 84 (10/2016)

  111. Umetsu, K., et al., CLASH: Joint Analysis of Strong-lensing, Weak-lensing Shear, and Magnification Data for 20 Galaxy Clusters , ApJ, 821, 116 (04/2016)

  112. Utsumi, Y., et al., A Weak Lensing View of the Downsizing of Star-forming Galaxies , ApJ, 833, 156 (12/2016)

  113. Van Eylen, V., et al., The K2-ESPRINT Project V: A Short-period Giant Planet Orbiting a Subgiant Star , AJm 152, 143 (11/2016)

  114. Yagi, M., Koda, J., Komiyama, Y., &Yamanoi, H., Catalog of Ultra-diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Clusters from Subaru Imaging Data , ApJS, 225, 11 (07/2016)

  115. Yasui, C., et al., Herbig Ae/Be Candidate Stars in the Innermost Galactic Disk: Quartet Cluster , ApJ, 817, 181 (02/2016)

  116. Yasui, C., Kobayashi, M., Tokunaga, A., Saito, M., &Izumi, N., Low-metallicity Young Clusters in the Outer Galaxy. I. Sh 2-207 , AJ, 151, 50 (03/2016)

  117. Yasui, C., Kobayashi, M., Saito, M., &Izumi, N., Low-metallicity Young Clusters in the Outer Galaxy. II. Sh 2-208 , AJ, 151, 115 (05/2016)

  118. Yoshida, Michitoshi, et al., Giant Halpha Nebula Surrounding the Starburst Merger NGC 6240 , ApJ, 820, 48 (03/2016)

  119. Ziparo, F., et al., LoCuSS: exploring the selection of faint blue background galaxies for cluster weak-lensing , MNRAS, 463, 4004 (12/2016)


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