Publications with Subaru data in 2017

  1. An, Deokkeun, Sellgren, K., Boogert, A., Ramírez, S., &Pyo, T.S., Abundant Methanol Ice toward a Massive Young Stellar Object in the Central Molecular Zone , ApJ, 843, L36 (07/2017)

  2. Andrews, S.K., et al., G10/COSMOS: 38 band (far-UV to far-IR) panchromatic photometry using LAMBDAR , MNRAS, 464, 1569 (01/2017)

  3. Aoki, M., Ishimaru, Y., Aoki, W., &Wanajo, S., Diversity of Abundance Patterns of Light Neutron-capture Elements in Very-metal-poor Stars, ApJ, 837, 8 (03/2017)

  4. Aoki, W., et al., High-resolution spectroscopy of the extremely iron-poor post-AGB star CC Lyr , PASJ, 69, 21 (04/2017)

  5. Bannister, N., et al., OSSOS. V. Diffusion in the Orbit of a High-perihelion Distant Solar System Object , AJ, 153, 262 (06/2017)

  6. Benson, B., et al., MC2: A Deeper Look at ZwCl 2341.1+0000 with Bayesian Galaxy Clustering and Weak Lensing Analyses , ApJ, 841, 7 (05/2017)

  7. Brandt, T., et al., Data reduction pipeline for the CHARIS integral-field spectrograph I: detector readout calibration and data cube extraction , JATIS, 3, 048002 (10/2017)

  8. Caputi, K. I. et al., Star Formation in Galaxies at z ~ 4-5 from the SMUVS Survey: A Clear Starburst/Main-sequence Bimodality for Hα Emitters on the SFR-M Plane , ApJ, 849, 45 (11/2017)

  9. Carlin, J. L., et al., Deep Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Observations of Milky Way Satellites Columba I and Triangulum II, AJ, 154, 267 (02/2017)

  10. Chun, S.-H., Sohn, Y.-J., Asplund, M., &Casagrande, L., Red supergiant stars in NGC 4449, NGC 5055 (M63) and NGC 5457 (M101) , MNRAS, 467, 102 (05/2017)

  11. Currie, T., et al., Subaru/SCExAO First-light Direct Imaging of a Young Debris Disk around HD 36546 , ApJ, 836, L15 (02/2017)

  12. Cvetojevic, N., et al., Modal noise in an integrated photonic lantern fed diffraction-limited spectrograph , Opt. Express, 25, 25546 (10/2017)

  13. de Jaeger, T., et al., SN 2016jhj at redshift 0.34: extending the Type II supernova Hubble diagram using the standard candle method , MNRAS, 472, 4233 (12/2017)

  14. Esteves, L., de Mooij, E., Jayawardhana, R., Watson, C., &de Kok, R., A Search for Water in a Super-Earth Atmosphere: High-resolution Optical Spectroscopy of 55Cancri e , AJ, 153, 268 (06/2017)

  15. Ferré-Mateu, A., et al., Two new confirmed massive relic galaxies: red nuggets in the present-day Universe , MNRAS, 467, 1929 (05/2017)

  16. Finner, K., et al., MC2: Subaru and Hubble Space Telescope Weak-lensing Analysis of the Double Radio Relic Galaxy Cluster PLCK G287.0+32.9 , ApJ, 851, 46 (12/2017)

  17. Fletcher, L., et al., Moist convection and the 2010-2011 revival of Jupiter's South Equatorial Belt , Icarus, 286, 94 (04/2017)

  18. Fletcher, L., et al., Jupiter's North Equatorial Belt expansion and thermal wave activity ahead of Juno's arrival , Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 7140 (07/2017)

  19. Fletcher, L., et al., Disruption of Saturn's quasi-periodic equatorial oscillation by the great northern storm , Nature Astronomy, 1, 765 (11/2017)

  20. Forbes, D., et al., The SLUGGS Survey: A Catalog of Over 4000 Globular Cluster Radial Velocities in 27 Nearby Early-type Galaxies , AJ, 153, 114 (03/2017)

  21. Fridlund, M., et al., K2-111 b - a short period super-Earth transiting a metal poor, evolved old star , A&A, 604, A16 (07/2017)

  22. Fujiwara, H., Morishima, R., Fujiyoshi, T., &Yamashita, T., Seasonal variation of the radial brightness contrast of Saturn's rings viewed in mid-infrared by Subaru/COMICS , A&A, 599, A29 (02/2017)

  23. Gaidos, E., et al., Zodiacal exoplanets in time (ZEIT) - II. A 'super-Earth' orbiting a young K dwarf in the Pleiades Neighbourhood , MNRAS, 464, 850 (01/2017)

  24. Garcia, V., et al., SCExAO and GPI Y JHBand Photometry and Integral Field Spectroscopy of the Young Brown Dwarf Companion to HD 1160 , ApJ, 834, 162 (01/2017)

  25. Golovich, N., van Weeren, R., Dawson, W., Jee, M.J., &Wittman, D., MC2: Multiwavelength and Dynamical Analysis of the Merging Galaxy Cluster ZwCl 0008.8+5215: An Older and Less Massive Bullet Cluster , ApJ, 838, 110 (04/2017)

  26. Goto, T., et al., Hyper Suprime-Camera Survey of the Akari NEP Wide Field , PKAS, 32, 225 (03/2017)

  27. Goto, T., et al., No Ly α emitters detected around a QSO at z = 6.4: Suppressed by the QSO? , MNRAS, 470, L117 (09/2017)

  28. Guenther, E. W., et al., K2-106, a system containing a metal-rich planet and a planet of lower density , A&A, 608, A93 (12/2017)

  29. Hartke, J., et al., The halo of M 49 and its environment as traced by planetary nebulae populations , A&A, 603, A104 (07/2017)

  30. Hashimoto, Takuya, et al., Lyalpha emitters with very large Lyalpha equivalent widths, EW0(Lyalpha) ~ 200-400 Angstrom, at z ~ 2 , MNRAS, 465, 1543 (02/2017)

  31. Herbel, J., et al., The redshift distribution of cosmological samples: a forward modeling approach , JCAP, 08, 035 (08/2017)

  32. Hofner, P., et al., High-resolution Observations of the Massive Protostar in IRAS 18566+0408 , ApJ, 843, 99 (07/2017)

  33. Huang, K., et al., ALMA and RATIR observations of GRB 131030A , PASJ, 69, 20 (04/2017)

  34. Imai, R., et al., High-resolution Near-infrared Observations of a Small Cluster Associated with a Bright-rimmed Cloud in W5 , ApJ, 845, 99 (08/2017)

  35. Jeffery, C. S., et al., Discovery of a variable lead-rich hot subdwarf: UVO 0825+15 , MNRAS, 465, 3101 (03/2017)

  36. Jeffery, C. S., Neelamkodan, N., Woolf, V., Crawford, S., &Østensen, R., Subaru and Salt Spectroscopy of Chemically Peculiar Hot Subdwarfs , Open Astronomy, 26, 202 (12/2017)

  37. Jiang, J., et al., A hybrid type Ia supernova with an early flash triggered by helium-shell detonation , Nature, 550, 80 (10/2017)

  38. Jiang, L., et al., A Magellan M2FS Spectroscopic Survey of Galaxies at 5.5 < z < 6.8: Program Overview and a Sample of the Brightest Lyα Emitters , ApJ, 846, 134 (09/2017)

  39. Jovanovic, N., et al., Demonstration of an efficient, photonic-based astronomical spectrograph on an 8-m telescope , Opt. Express, 25, 17753 (07/2017)

  40. Jovanovic, N., et al., Efficient injection from large telescopes into single-mode fibres: Enabling the era of ultra-precision astronomy , A&A, 604, A122 (08/2017)

  41. Kashino, D., et al., The FMOS-COSMOS Survey of Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 1.6. IV. Excitation State and Chemical Enrichment of the Interstellar Medium , ApJ, 835, 88 (01/2017)

  42. Kashino, D., et al., The FMOS-COSMOS Survey of Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 1.6. V: Properties of Dark Matter Halos Containing Hα Emitting Galaxies , ApJ, 843, 138 (07/2017)

  43. Kawakita, H., Ootsubo, T., Arai, A., Shinnaka, Y., &Nagashima, M., Mid-infrared Spectroscopic Observations of the Dust-forming Classical Nova V2676 Oph , AJ, 153, 74 (02/2017)

  44. Kikuta, S., et al., Active Galactic Nucleus Environments and Feedback to Neighboring Galaxies at z ~ 5 Probed by Lyα Emitters , ApJ, 841, 128 (06/2017)

  45. Kim, Y., Ishiguro, M., Michikami, T., &Nakamura, A., Anisotropic Ejection from Active Asteroid P/2010 A2: An Implication of Impact Shattering on an Asteroid , AJ, 153, 228 (05/2017)

  46. Kojima, T., et al., Evolution of N/O abundance ratios and ionization parameters from z ~ 0 to 2 investigated by the direct temperature method , PASJ, 69, 44 (06/2017)

  47. Kokubo, M., et al., Hα Intensity Map of the Repeating Fast Radio Burst FRB 121102 Host Galaxy from Subaru/Kyoto 3DII AO-assisted Optical Integral-field Spectroscopy , ApJ, 844, 95 (08/2017)

  48. Kooistra, R., et al., Radial decoupling of small and large dust grains in the transitional disk RX J1615.3-3255 , A&A, 597, A132 (01/2017)

  49. Koptelova, E., Hwang, C.-Y., Yu, P.-C., Chen, W.-P., &Guo, J.-K., Discovery of a very Lyman-α-luminous quasar at z = 6.62 , Nature Scientific Reports, 7, 41617 (02/2017)

  50. Kourniotis, M., et al., Monitoring luminous yellow massive stars in M 33: new yellow hypergiant candidates , A&A, 601, A76 (05/2017)

  51. Kubo, M., et al., Bimodal morphologies of massive galaxies at the core of a protocluster at z = 3.09 and the strong size growth of a brightest cluster galaxy , MNRAS, 469, 2235 (08/2017)

  52. Kuchner, U., Ziegler, B., Verdugo, M., Bamford, S., &Häußler, B., The effects of the cluster environment on the galaxy mass-size relation in MACS J1206.2-0847 , A&A, 604, A54 (08/2017)

  53. Lamb, M.,et al., Using the multi-object adaptive optics demonstrator RAVEN to observe metal-poor stars in and towards the Galactic Centre , MNRAS, 465, 3536 (03/2017)

  54. Lee, M. M., et al., A Radio-to-mm Census of Star-forming Galaxies in Protocluster 4C23.56 at Z = 2.5: Gas Mass and Its Fraction Revealed with ALMA , ApJ, 842, 55 (16/2017)

  55. Lemaux, B. C., et al., Chronos and KAIROS: MOSFIRE observations of post-starburst galaxies in z ~ 1 clusters and groups , MNRAS, 472, 419 (11/2017)

  56. Lin, Y.-T., et al., First Results on the Cluster Galaxy Population from the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey. III. Brightest Cluster Galaxies, Stellar Mass Distribution, and Active Galaxies , ApJ, 851, 139 (12/2017)

  57. Lunnan, R., et al., Two New Calcium-rich Gap Transients in Group and Cluster Environments , ApJ, 836, 60 (02/2017)

  58. Malkan, M., et al., Lyman-break Galaxies at z~3 in the Subaru Deep Field: Luminosity Function, Clustering, and [O III] Emission , ApJ, 850, 5 (11/2017)

  59. Mansheim, A. S., et al., Suppressed star formation by a merging cluster system , MNRAS, 469, L20 (07/2017)

  60. Martinet, N., Durret, F., Adami, C., &Rudnick, G., The faint end of the red sequence galaxy luminosity function: unveiling surface brightness selection effects with the CLASH clusters , A&A, 604, A80 (08/2017)

  61. Matsuno, T., Aoki, W., Suda, T., &Li, H., Lithium in CEMP-no stars: A new constraint on the lithium depletion mechanism in the early universe , PASJ, 69, 24 (04/2017)

  62. Matsuno, T., Aoki, W., Beers, T., Lee, Y.S., &Honda, S., High-resolution Spectroscopy of Extremely Metal-poor Stars from SDSS/SEGUE. III. Unevolved Stars with [Fe/H] ≤ -3.5 , AJ, 154, 52 (08/2017)

  63. Matsuoka, K., et al., Chemical enrichment and accretion of nitrogen-loud quasars , A&A, 608, A90 (12/2017)

  64. Matthee, J., et al., Boötes-HiZELS: an optical to near-infrared survey of emission-line galaxies at z = 0.4-4.7 , MNRAS, 471, 629 (10/2017)

  65. Mawatari, K., et al., Imaging of diffuse H I absorption structure in the SSA22 protocluster region at z = 3.1 , MNRAS, 467, 3951 (06/2017)

  66. McLeod, K., et al., KELT-18b: Puffy Planet, Hot Host, Probably Perturbed , AJ, 153, 263 (06/2017)

  67. Micheva, G., Iwata, I., &Inoue, A., Lyman continuum leaking AGN in the SSA22 field , MNRAS, 465, 302 (02/2017)

  68. Micheva, G., et al., Searching for candidates of Lyman continuum sources - revisiting the SSA22 field , MNRAS, 465, 316 (02/2017)

  69. Mitsuda, K., et al., Isophote Shapes of Early-type Galaxies in Massive Clusters at z~1 and 0 , ApJ, 834, 109 (02/2017)

  70. Monteiro-Oliveira, R., et al., The merger history of the complex cluster Abell 1758: a combined weak lensing and spectroscopic view , MNRAS, 466, 2614 (04/2017)

  71. More, A., et al., A new quadruple gravitational lens from the Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey: the puzzle of HSC J115252+004733 , MNRAS, 465, 2411 (02/2017)

  72. Moreno, F., et al., The dust environment of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko: results from Monte Carlo dust tail modelling applied to a large ground-based observation data set , MNRAS, 469, S186 (07/2017)

  73. Morokuma, T., et al., OISTER optical and near-infrared monitoring observations of peculiar radio-loud active galactic nucleus SDSS J110006.07+442144.3 , PASJ, 69, 82 (10/2017)

  74. Mowla, L., et al., Evidence of Absence of Tidal Features in the Outskirts of Ultra Diffuse Galaxies in the Coma Cluster, ApJ, 851, 27 (12/2017)

  75. Müller, T. G., et al., Hayabusa-2 mission target asteroid 162173 Ryugu (1999 JU3): Searching for the object's spin-axis orientation , A&A, 599, A103 (03/2017)

  76. Murphy, M., &Cooksey, K.L., Subaru Telescope limits on cosmological variations in the fine-structure constant , MNRAS, 471, 4930 (11/2017)

  77. Narita, N., et al., The K2-ESPRINT project. VI. K2-105 b, a hot Neptune around a metal-rich G-dwarf , PASJ, 69, 29 (04/2017)

  78. Nayyeri, H., et al., CANDELS Multi-wavelength Catalogs: Source Identification and Photometry in the CANDELS COSMOS Survey Field , ApJS, 228, 7 (01/2017)

  79. Niino, Y., et al., The redshift-selected sample of long gamma-ray burst host galaxies: The overall metallicity distribution at z < 0.4 , PASJ, 69, 27 (04/2017)

  80. Nowak, G., et al., EPIC 219388192b-An Inhabitant of the Brown Dwarf Desert in the Ruprecht 147 Open Cluster , AJ, 153, 131 (03/2017)

  81. Nugroho, S., et al., High-resolution Spectroscopic Detection of TiO and a Stratosphere in the Day-side of WASP-33b , AJ, 154, 221 (12/2017)

  82. Ogura, K., et al., A search for Lyα emitters around a concentrated region of strong Lyα absorbers at z = 2.3 , PASJ, 69, 51 (06/2017)

  83. Ohyama, Y., Matsushita, S., Oi, N., &Sun, a.-L., Ground-based Mid-infrared Study of the Compton-thick AGN in M51 at 10-00 pc Scale , ApJ, 835, 169 (02/2017)

  84. Oi, N., Goto, T., Malkan, M., Pearson, C., &Matsuhara, H., The mass-metallicity relation of AKARI-FMOS infrared galaxies at z ~ 0.88 in the AKARI North Ecliptic Pole Deep Survey Field , PASJ, 69, 70 (08/2017)

  85. Okamoto, S., et al., Population gradient in the Sextans dSph: comprehensive mapping of a dwarf galaxy by Suprime-Cam , MNRAS, 467, 208 (05/2017)

  86. Okamoto, Y., et al., A Circumstellar Disk around HD 169142 in the Mid-Infrared (N-Band) , AJ, 154, 16 (07/2017)

  87. Ono, Y., et al., Statistics of turbulence parameters at Maunakea using the multiple wavefront sensor data of RAVEN , MNRAS, 465, 4931 (03/2017)

  88. Onoue, M., et al., Minor Contribution of Quasars to Ionizing Photon Budget at z ~ 6: Update on Quasar Luminosity Function at the Faint End with Subaru/Suprime-Cam , ApJ, 847, L15 (10/2017)

  89. Ota, K., et al., A New Constraint on Reionization from the Evolution of the Lyα Luminosity Function at z ~ 6-7 Probed by a Deep Census of z = 7.0 Lyα Emitter Candidates to 0.3L , ApJ, 844, 85 (07/2017)

  90. Pike, R. E., et al., Col-OSSOS: z-Band Photometry Reveals Three Distinct TNO Surface Types , AJ, 154, 101 (09/2017)

  91. Puglisi, A., et al., The Bright and Dark Sides of High-redshift Starburst Galaxies from Herschel and Subaru Observations , ApJ, 838, L18 (04/2017)

  92. Rich, E. A., et al., The fundamental stellar parameters of FGK stars in the SEEDS survey Norman, OK 73071, USA , MNRAS, 472, 1736 (12/2017)

  93. Rusu, C., et al., H0LiCOW - III. Quantifying the effect of mass along the line of sight to the gravitational lens HE 0435-1223 through weighted galaxy counts , MNRAS, 467, 4220 (06/2017)

  94. Schonhut-Stasik, J. S., et al., Robo-AO Kepler Asteroseismic Survey. I. Adaptive Optics Imaging of 99 Asteroseismic Kepler Dwarfs and Subgiants , ApJ, 847, 97 (10/2017)

  95. Schulze, A., et al., Near-IR Spectroscopy of Luminous LoBAL Quasars at 1 < z < 2.5 , ApJ, 848, 104 (10/2017)

  96. Shen, Lu, et al., The properties of radio galaxies and the effect of environment in large-scale structures at z ~ 1 , MNRAS, 472, 998 (11/2017)

  97. Shimakawa, R., et al., Direct evidence for Lyalpha depletion in the protocluster core , MNRAS, 468, L21 (06/2017)

  98. Shimakawa, R., et al., Similarities and uniqueness of Lyalpha emitters among star-forming galaxies at z = 2.5 , MNRAS, 468, 1123 (06/2017)

  99. Shin, J., et al., Clustering of Extremely Red Objects in the Subaru GTO 2deg Field , JKAS, 50, 61 (06/2017)

  100. Singh, G., et al., A Demonstration of a Versatile Low-order Wavefront Sensor Tested on Multiple Coronographs , PASP, 129, 5002 (09/2017)

  101. Smercina, A., et al., D1005+68: A New Faint Dwarf Galaxy in the M81 Group , ApJ, 843, L6 (07/2017)

  102. Stefanon, M., et al., HST Imaging of the Brightest z ~ 8-9 Galaxies from UltraVISTA: The Extreme Bright End of the UV Luminosity Function , ApJ, 851, 43 (12/2017)

  103. Suyu, S. H., et al., H0LiCOW - I. H0 Lenses in COSMOGRAIL's Wellspring: program overview , MNRAS, 468, 2590 (07/2017)

  104. Takada-Hidai, M., et al., Spectroscopic and asteroseismic analysis of the remarkable main-sequence A star KIC 11145123 , MNRAS, 470, 4908 (10/2017)

  105. Takahashi, J., Itoh, Y., Hosoya, K., Yanamandra-Fisher, P., &Hattori, T., Polarized Transmission Spectrum of Earth as Observed during a Lunar Eclipse , AJ, 154, 213 (12/2017)

  106. Takeda, Y., &Tajitsu, A., On the observational characteristics of lithium-enhanced giant stars in comparison with normal red giants , PASJ, 69, 74 (08/2017)

  107. Tanaka, I., Yagi, M., &Taniguchi, Y., Morphological evidence for a past minor merger in the Seyfert galaxy NGC 1068 , PASJ, 69, 90 (12/2017)

  108. Tanaka, Mikito, Chiba, M., &Komiyama, Y., Resolved Stellar Streams around NGC 4631 from a Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey , ApJ, 842, 127 (06/2017)

  109. Tanioka, S., et al., New Classical Cepheids in the Inner Part of the Northern Galactic Disk, and Their Kinematics , ApJ, 842, 104 (06/2017)

  110. Terada, H., &Tokunaga, A., Multi-epoch Detections of Water Ice Absorption in Edge-on Disks around Herbig Ae Stars: PDS 144N and PDS 453 , ApJ, 834, 115 (01/2017)

  111. Thöne, C. C., et al., SN 2015bh: NGC 2770's 4th supernova or a luminous blue variable on its way to a Wolf-Rayet star? , A&A, 599, A129 (03/2017)

  112. Toba, Y., et al., Clustering of Infrared-bright Dust-obscured Galaxies Revealed by the Hyper Suprime-Cam and WISE , ApJ, 835, 36 (01/2017)

  113. Tomczak, A. R., et al., Glimpsing the imprint of local environment on the galaxy stellar mass function , MNRAS, 472, 3512 (12/2017)

  114. Tsujimoto, T., Matsuno, T., Aoki, W., Ishigaki, M., &Shigeyama, T., Enrichment in r-process Elements from Multiple Distinct Events in the Early Draco Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy , ApJ, 850, L12 (11/2017)

  115. Umetsu, K., &Diemer, B., Lensing Constraints on the Shape of the Mass Profile and the Splashback Radius of Galaxy Clusters , ApJ, 836, 231 (02/2017)

  116. Utsumi, Y., et al., J-GEM observations of an electromagnetic counterpart to the neutron star merger GW170817 , PASJ, 69, 101 (12/2017)

  117. Uyama, T., et al., The SEEDS High-Contrast Imaging Survey of Exoplanets Around Young Stellar Objects , AJ, 153, 106 (03/2017)

  118. Vaduvescu, O., et al., Data mining of near-Earth asteroids in the Subaru Suprime-Cam archive , AN, 338, 527 (06/2017)

  119. Valentino, F., et al., Predicting emission line fluxes and number counts of distant galaxies for cosmological surveys , MNRAS, 472, 4878 (12/2017)

  120. van Weeren, R., et al., The case for electron re-acceleration at galaxy cluster shocks , NatAs, 1E, 5 (01/2017)

  121. Wegner, G., et al., The Double Galaxy Cluster A2465. III. X-Ray and Weak-lensing Observations , ApJ, 844, 67 (07/2017)

  122. Wong, I., &Brown, M., The Bimodal Color Distribution of Small Kuiper Belt Objects , AJ, 153, 145 (04/2017)

  123. Wong, K., et al., Joint Strong and Weak Lensing Analysis of the Massive Cluster Field J0850+3604 , ApJ, 844, 127 (08/2017)

  124. Xue, Rui, et al., The Diversity of Diffuse Lyα Nebulae around Star-forming Galaxies at High Redshift , ApJ, 837, 172 (03/2017)

  125. Yagi, M., et al., Extended Ionized Gas Clouds in the Abell 1367 Cluster , ApJ, 839, 65 (04/2017)

  126. Yang, Y., et al., Near-infrared Imaging Polarimetry of Inner Region of GG Tau A Disk , AJ, 153, 7 (01/2017)

  127. Yoshida, F., &Terai, T., Small Jupiter Trojans Survey with the Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam , AJ, 154, 71 (08/2017)

  128. Yoshida, M., et al., J-GEM follow-up observations of the gravitational wave source GW151226 , PASJ, 69, 9 (02/2017)

  129. Yu, L. L., Yang, B., Ji, J., &Ip, W.-H., Thermophysical characteristics of the large main-belt asteroid (349) Dembowska , MNRAS, 472, 2388 (12/2018)

  130. Yuma, S., et al., Systematic Survey for [O II], [O III], and Hα Blobs at z = 0.1-1.5: The Implication for Evolution of Galactic-scale Outflow , ApJ, 841, 93 (06/2017)

  131. Zheng, Z.-Y., et al., First Results from the Lyman Alpha Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization (LAGER) Survey: Cosmological Reionization at z ~ 7 , ApJ, 842, L22 (06/2017)


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