Publications with Subaru data in 2019

  1. Aihara, H. et al., Second data release of the Hyper Suprime-Cam Subaru Strategic Program , PASJ, 71, 114 (12/2019)

  2. Alexandersen, M., et al., OSSOS. XII. Variability Studies of 65 Trans-Neptunian Objects Using the Hyper Suprime-Cam , ApJS, 244, 19 (09/2019)

  3. Asensio-Torres, R., et al., Isochronal age-mass discrepancy of young stars: SCExAO/CHARIS integral field spectroscopy of the HIP 79124 triple system , A&A, 622, A42 (02/2019)

  4. Belland, B., et al., Focal Ratio Degradation for Fiber Positioner Operation in Astronomical Spectrographs , JAI, 8, 1950007 (01/2019)

  5. Bos, S.P., et al., Focal-plane wavefront sensing with the vector-Apodizing Phase Plate , A&A, 632, A48 (12/2019)

  6. Bouwens, R.J., et al., Newly Discovered Bright z ~ 9-10 Galaxies and Improved Constraints on Their Prevalence Using the Full CANDELS Area , ApJ, 880, 25 (07/2019)

  7. Bradshaw, A., Jee, J., &Tyson, A., Deep lensing with a twist: E and B modes in a field with multiple lenses , MNRAS, 482, 1190 (01/2019)

  8. Carlin, J., et al., Tidal Destruction in a Low-mass Galaxy Environment: The Discovery of Tidal Tails around DDO 44 , ApJ, 886, 109 (12/2019)

  9. Chen, Geoff, et al., A SHARP view of H0LiCOW: H0 from three time-delay gravitational lens systems with adaptive optics imaging , MNRAS, 490, 1743 (12/2019)

  10. Chen, Xiaoyang, et al., Discovery of a strong ionized-gas outflow in an AKARI-selected ultra-luminous infrared galaxy at z = 0.5 , PASJ, 71, 29 (04/2019)

  11. Cooke, K., et al., Stellar Mass Growth of Brightest Cluster Galaxy Progenitors in COSMOS Since z ~ 3 , ApJ, 881, 150 (08/2019)

  12. Cramer, W. J., et al., Spectacular Hubble Space Telescope Observations of the Coma Galaxy D100 and Star Formation in Its Ram Pressure-stripped Tail , ApJ, 870, 63 (01/2019)

  13. Crossfield, I., et al., A Super-Earth and Sub-Neptune Transiting the Late-type M Dwarf LP 791-18 , ApJ, 883, L16 (09/2019)

  14. Currie, T., et al., No Clear, Direct Evidence for Multiple Protoplanets Orbiting LkCa 15: LkCa 15 bcd are Likely Inner Disk Signals , ApJ, 877, L3 (05/2019)

  15. Curtin, C., et al., First Release of High-redshift Superluminous Supernovae from the Subaru HIgh-Z SUpernova CAmpaign (SHIZUCA). II. Spectroscopic Properties , ApJS, 241, 17 (04/2019)

  16. Damjanov, I., et al., Quiescent Galaxy Size and Spectroscopic Evolution: Combining HSC Imaging and Hectospec Spectroscopy, ApJ, 872, 91 (02/2019)

  17. de Pater, I., et al., First ALMA Millimeter-wavelength Maps of Jupiter, with a Multiwavelength Study of Convection , AJ, 158, 139 (10/2019)

  18. Deibert, E., et al., High-resolution Transit Spectroscopy of Warm Saturns , AJ, 157, 58 (02/2019)

  19. Del Popolo, A., Le Delliou, M., &Lee, X., Correlations in the matter distribution in CLASH galaxy clusters , PDU, 26, 100342 (12/2019)

  20. Do, Tuan, et al., Relativistic redshift of the star S0-2 orbiting the Galactic Center supermassive black hole , Science, 365, 664 (08/2019)

  21. Durret, F., Tarricq, Y., Márquez, I., Ashkar, H., &Adami, C., Link between brightest cluster galaxy properties and large scale extensions of 38 DAFT/FADA and CLASH clusters in the redshift range 0.2 < z < 0.9 , A&A, 622, A78 (02/2019)

  22. Ebizuka, N., et al., Novel gratings for astronomical observation , CEAS Space Jounal, 12, 3 (11/2019)

  23. Fletcher, T.; The Lyman Continuum Escape Survey: Ionizing Radiation from [O III]-strong Sources at a Redshift of 3.1 , ApJ, 878, 87 (06/2019)

  24. Fossati, M., et al., MUSE sneaks a peek at extreme ram-pressure stripping events - IV. Hydrodynamic and gravitational interactions in the Blue Infalling Group , MNRAS, 484, 2212 (04/2019)

  25. Fukushima, T., et al., The stellar halo of the Milky Way traced by blue horizontal-branch stars in the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey , PASJ, 71, 72 (08/2019)

  26. Gaidos, E., Hirano, T., &Ansdell, M., Monitoring of the D doublet of neutral sodium during transits of two 'evaporating' planets , MNRAS, 485, 3876 (05/2019)

  27. Ge, H., et al., Rotational Light Curves of Jupiter from Ultraviolet to Mid-infrared and Implications for Brown Dwarfs and Exoplanets , AJ, 157, 89 (02/2019)

  28. Gerard, B., et al., A Chromaticity Analysis and PSF Subtraction Techniques for SCExAO/CHARIS Data , AJ, 158, 36 (07/2019)

  29. Giles, R., et al., Wave Activity in Jupiter's North Equatorial Belt From Near-Infrared Reflectivity Observations , GeoRL, 46, 1232 (02/2019)

  30. Golovich, N., et al., Merging Cluster Collaboration: Optical and Spectroscopic Survey of a Radio-selected Sample of 29 Merging Galaxy Clusters , ApJS, 240, 39 (02/2019)

  31. Golovich, N., et al., Merging Cluster Collaboration: A Panchromatic Atlas of Radio Relic Mergers , ApJ, 882, 69 (09/2019)

  32. Goto, T., et al., Infrared luminosity functions based on 18 mid-infrared bands: revealing cosmic star formation history with AKARI and Hyper Suprime-Cam , PASJ, 71, 30 (04/2019)

  33. Halevi, G., et al., HSC-XD 52: An X-Ray Detected AGN in a Low-mass Galaxy at z ~ 0.56 , ApJ, 885, L3 (11/2019)

  34. Harikane, Y.; SILVERRUSH. VIII. Spectroscopic Identifications of Early Large-scale Structures with Protoclusters over 200 Mpc at z ~ 6-7: Strong Associations of Dusty Star-forming Galaxies , ApJ, 883, 142 (10/2019)

  35. Hashimoto, D., et al., Measurement of redshift-dependent cross-correlation of HSC clusters and Fermi γ-rays , MNRAS, 484, 5256 (04/2019)

  36. Hashimoto, Takuya, et al., Big Three Dragons: A z = 7.15 Lyman-break galaxy detected in [O III] 88 μm, [C II] 158 μm, and dust continuum with ALMA , PASJ, 71, 71 (08/2019)

  37. Hayashi, Masao, et al., The whole picture of the large-scale structure of the CL1604 supercluster at z ~ 0.9 , PASJ, 71, 112 (12/2019)

  38. Hayashino, T., et al., Enhancement of H I absorption associated with the z = 3.1 large-scale proto-cluster and characteristic structures with AGNs sculptured over Gpc scale in the SSA22 field , MNRAS, 484, 5868 (04/2019)

  39. Helminiak, K., et al. Orbital and physical parameters of eclipsing binaries from the All-Sky Automated Survey catalogue. X. Three high-contrast systems with secondaries detected with IR spectroscopy , A&A, 622, A114 (02/2019)

  40. Higuchi, R., et al., SILVERRUSH. VII. Subaru/HSC Identifications of Protocluster Candidates at z ~ 6-7: Implications for Cosmic Reionization , ApJ, 879, 28 (07/2019)

  41. Hikage, C., et al., Cosmology from cosmic shear power spectra with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam first-year data , PASJ, 71, 43 (04/2019)

  42. Hjorth, M., et al., K2-290: a warm Jupiter and a mini-Neptune in a triple-star system , MNRAS, 484, 3522 (04/2019)

  43. Homma, D., et al., Boötes. IV. A new Milky Way satellite discovered in the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey and implications for the missing satellite problem , PASJ, 71, 94 (10/2019)

  44. Hong, S.; et al., Statistics of two-point correlation and network topology for Ly α emitters at z ~ 2.67 , MNRAS, 483, 3950 (03/2019)

  45. Hsu, L.-T., et al., Near-infrared Survey and Photometric Redshifts in the Extended GOODS-North Field , ApJ, 871, 233 (02/2019)

  46. Hu, W., et al., The Lyα Luminosity Function and Cosmic Reionization at z ~ 7.0: A Tale of Two LAGER Fields , ApJ, 886, 90 (12/2019)

  47. Ito, k., et al., The Brightest UV-selected Galaxies in Protoclusters at z ~ 4: Ancestors of Brightest Cluster Galaxies? , ApJ, 878, 68 (06/2019)

  48. Iwata, I., Inoue, A., Micheva, G., Matsuda, Y., &Yamada, T., Subaru narrow-band imaging search for Lyman continuum from galaxies at z > 3 in the GOODS-N field , MNRAS, 488, 5671 (10/2019)

  49. Izumi, T., et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). VIII. A less biased view of the early co-evolution of black holes and host galaxies , PASJ, 71, 111 (12/2019)

  50. Kashino, D. et al., The FMOS-COSMOS Survey of Star-forming Galaxies at z ~ 1.6. VI. Redshift and Emission-line Catalog and Basic Properties of Star-forming Galaxies , ApJS, 241, 10 (03/2019)

  51. Kaviraj, S., Martin, G., &Silk, J., AGN in dwarf galaxies: frequency, triggering processes and the plausibility of AGN feedback , MNRAS, 489, L12 (10/2019)

  52. Kawahara, H., &Masuda, k., Transiting Planets Near the Snow Line from Kepler. I. Catalog , AJ, 157, 218 (06/2019)

  53. Kikuta, S., et al., Lyα view around a z = 2.84 hyperluminous QSO at a node of the cosmic web , PASJ, 71, L2 (06/2019)

  54. Kim, H.-S., Han, S.-I., Joo, S.-J., Jeong, H., &Yoon, S.-J., A Possible Relic Star Cluster in the Sextans Dwarf Galaxy , ApJ, 870, L8 (01/2019)

  55. Kim, M., et al., Multiwavelength Analysis of the Merging Galaxy Cluster A115 , ApJ, 874, 143 (04/2019)

  56. Kim, Y., &Im, M., High Star Formation Rates of Low Eddington Ratio Quasars at z > 6 , ApJ, 879, 117 (07/2019)

  57. Klein, M., et al., Weak lensing measurements of the APEX-SZ galaxy cluster sample , MNRAS, 488, 1704 (09/2019)

  58. Koptelova, E., Hwang, C.-Y., Malkan, M., &Yu, P.-C., Rapidly Accreting Black Hole of the Lyα-luminous Quasar PSOJ006.1240+39.2219 , ApJ, 882, 144 (09/2019)

  59. Korth, J., et al., K2-140b and K2-180b - Characterization of a hot Jupiter and a mini-Neptune from the K2 mission , MNRAS, 482, 1807 (01/2019)

  60. Kubo, M., et al., Planck Far-infrared Detection of Hyper Suprime-Cam Protoclusters at z ~ 4: Hidden AGN and Star Formation Activity , ApJ, 887, 214 (12/2019)

  61. Kusakabe, H., et al., The dominant origin of diffuse Lyα halos around Lyα emitters explored by spectral energy distribution fitting and clustering analysis , PASJ, 71, 55 (06/2019)

  62. Lee, Minju, et al., A Radio-to-millimeter Census of Star-forming Galaxies in Protocluster 4C 23.56 at z = 2.5: Global and Local Gas Kinematics , ApJ, 883, 92 (09/2019)

  63. Lemaux. B.C., et al., Persistence of the colour-density relation and efficient environmental quenching to z ~ 1.4 , MNRAS, 490, 1231 (11/2019)

  64. Liu, R.H., et al., A machine-learning approach for identifying the counterparts of submillimetre galaxies and applications to the GOODS-North field , MNRAS, 489, 1770 (10/2019)

  65. Liu, Y.J., Wang, L., Takeda, Y., Bharat Kumar, Y., &Zhao, G., Elemental abundances of RGB and red clump stars in the Kepler field , MNRAS, 482, 4155 (01/2019)

  66. Livingston, J., et al., Spitzer Transit Follow-up of Planet Candidates from the K2 Mission , AJ, 157, 102 (03/2019)

  67. Livingston, J., et al., K2-264: a transiting multiplanet system in the Praesepe open cluster , MNRAS, 484, 8 (03/2019)

  68. Luque, R., et al., Planetary system around the nearby M dwarf GJ 357 including a transiting, hot, Earth-sized planet optimal for atmospheric characterization , A&A, 628, A39 (08/2019)

  69. Masuda, K., et al., Self-lensing Discovery of a 0.2 Msun White Dwarf in an Unusually Wide Orbit around a Sun-like Star , ApJ, 881, L3 (08/2019)

  70. Matsuoka, Y., et al., Discovery of the First Low-luminosity Quasar at z > 7 , ApJ, 872, L2 (02/2019)

  71. Matsuoka, Y., et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). X. Discovery of 35 Quasars and Luminous Galaxies at 5.7 < z < 7.0 , ApJ, 883, 183 (10/2019)

  72. Miret-Roig, N., et al., IC 4665 DANCe. I. Members, empirical isochrones, magnitude distributions, present-day system mass function, and spatial distribution , A&A, 631, A57 (11/2019)

  73. Misawa, T., Eracleous, M., Charlton, J., &Kashikwa, N., Direct Measurement of Quasar Outflow Wind Acceleration , ApJ, 870, 68 (01/2019)

  74. Miyatake, H., et al., Weak-lensing Mass Calibration of ACTPol Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Clusters with the Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey , ApJ, 875, 63 (04/2019)

  75. Momose, R., et al., Possible evolution of the circum-galactic medium around QSOs with QSO age and cosmic time revealed by Lyα haloes , MNRAS, 488, 120 (09/2019)

  76. Moriya, T., et al., First Release of High-Redshift Superluminous Supernovae from the Subaru HIgh-Z SUpernova CAmpaign (SHIZUCA). I. Photometric Properties , ApJS, 241, 16 (04/2019)

  77. Moriya, T., et al., Searches for Population III pair-instability supernovae: Predictions for ULTIMATE-Subaru and WFIRST , PASJ, 71, 59 (06/2019)

  78. Moriya, T., et al., HSC16aayt: A Slowly Evolving Interacting Transient Rising for More than 100 Days , ApJ, 882, 70 (09/2019)

  79. Müller, O., Ibata, R., Rejkuba, M., &Posti, L., Distance to the nearby dwarf galaxy [TT2009] 25 in the NGC 891 group using the tip of the red giant branch , A&A, 629, L2 (09/2019)

  80. Mulroy, S., et al., LoCuSS: scaling relations between galaxy cluster mass, gas, and stellar content , MNRAS, 484, 60 (03/2019)

  81. Murata, R., et al., The mass-richness relation of optically selected clusters from weak gravitational lensing and abundance with Subaru HSC first-year data , PASJ, 71, 107 (10/2019)

  82. Nagakane, M., et al., OGLE-2015-BLG-1649Lb: A Gas Giant Planet around a Low-mass Dwarf , AJ, 158, 212 (11/2019)

  83. Namikawa, T., et al., Evidence for the Cross-correlation between Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization Lensing from Polarbear and Cosmic Shear from Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam , ApJ, 882, 62 (09/2019)

  84. Namiki, S., et al., A Spectroscopic Study of a Rich Cluster at z = 1.52 with Subaru and LBT: The Environmental Impacts on the Mass-Metallicity Relation , ApJ, 877, 118 (06/2019)

  85. Niikura, H., et al., Microlensing constraints on primordial black holes with Subaru/HSC Andromeda observations , NatAs, 3, 524 (04/2019)

  86. Noboriguchi, A., et al., Optical Properties of Infrared-bright Dust-obscured Galaxies Viewed with Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam , ApJ, 876, 132 (05/2019)

  87. Oh, K., et al., An Observational Link between AGN Eddington Ratio and [N II]λ6583/Hα at 0.6 < z < 1.7 , ApJ, 880, 112 (08/2019)

  88. Ohyama, Y., Sakamoto, K., Aalto, S., &Gallagher, J., Dusty Superwind from a Galaxy with a Compact Obscured Nucleus: Optical Spectroscopic Study of NGC 4418 , ApJ, 871, 191 (02/2019)

  89. Oka, T., et al., The Central 300 pc of the Galaxy Probed by Infrared Spectra of H3+ and CO. I. Predominance of Warm and Diffuse Gas and High H2 Ionization Rate , ApJ, 883, 54 (09/2019)

  90. Okabe, N., et al., Halo concentration, galaxy red fraction, and gas properties of optically defined merging clusters , PASJ, 71, 79 (08/2019)

  91. Okamoto, S., et al., Stellar Population and Structural Properties of Dwarf Galaxies and Young Stellar Systems in the M81 Group , ApJ, 884, 128 (10/2019)

  92. Okita, H., Hayashi, S., &Takato, N., Subaru Portable Spectrophotometer: in-situ reflectivity measurement for large telescope mirror, JATIS, 5, 014002 (01/2019)

  93. Okita, H., Hayashi, S., &Takato, N., Reflectivity degradation of the Subaru Telescope primary mirror , PASJ, 71, 32 (04/2019)

  94. Onoue, M., et al., Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). VI. Black Hole Mass Measurements of Six Quasars at 6.1 < z < 6.7 , ApJ, 880, 77 (08/2019)

  95. Otsuka, M., Physical properties of the fullerene C60-containing planetary nebula SaSt2-3 , MNRAS, 482, 2354 (01/2019)

  96. Pakhomov, Y., Mashonkina, L.I., Sitnova, T.M., &Jablonka, P., Contribution of Type Ia Supernovae to the Chemical Enrichment of the Ultra-Faint Dwarf Galaxy Boötes I , AstL, 45, 259 (05/2019)

  97. Palomba, E., et al., Detection of Crystalline and Fine-grained Calcic Plagioclases on Vesta , ApJ, 882, L22 (09/2019)

  98. Pandge, M. B., et al., A combined X-ray, optical, and radio view of the merging galaxy cluster MACS J0417.5-1154 , MNRAS, 482, 5093 (02/2019)

  99. Patil, P., et al., Multiband Optical and Near-Infrared Properties of Faint Submillimeter Galaxies with Serendipitous ALMA Detections , ApJ, 871, 109 (01/2019)

  100. Pelliccia, D., et al., Searching for environmental effects on galaxy kinematics in groups and clusters at z ~ 1 from the ORELSE survey , MNRAS, 482, 3514 (01/2019)

  101. Persson, C., et al., Greening of the brown-dwarf desert. EPIC 212036875b: a 51 MJ object in a 5-day orbit around an F7 V star , A&A, 628, A64 (08/2019)

  102. Pinter, S.; et al., Methods for identifying high-redshift galaxy cluster candidates , AN, 340, 618 (08/2019)

  103. Pintos-Castro, I., Yee, H.K.C., Muzzin, A., Old, L., &Wilson, G., The Evolution of the Quenching of Star Formation in Cluster Galaxies since z ~ 1 , ApJ, 876, 40 (05/2019)

  104. Prole, D.J., van der Burg, R.F.J., Hilker, M., &Davies, J.I., Observational properties of ultra-diffuse galaxies in low-density environments: field UDGs are predominantly blue and star forming , MNRAS, 488, 2143 (09/2019)

  105. Pucha, R. et al., Hyper Wide Field Imaging of the Local Group Dwarf Irregular Galaxy IC 1613: An Extended Component of Metal-poor Stars , ApJ, 880, 104 (08/2019)

  106. Reipurth, B., et al., The Giant Herbig—Haro Flow HH 212 and Associated Star Formation , AJ, 158, 107 (09/2019)

  107. Rich, E., et al., Multi-epoch Direct Imaging and Time-variable Scattered Light Morphology of the HD 163296 Protoplanetary Disk , ApJ, 875, 38 (04/2019)

  108. Riguccini, L., et al., The Composite Nature of Dust-obscured Galaxies (DOGs) at z ~ 2-3 in the COSMOS Field. II. The AGN Fraction , AJ, 157, 233 (06/2019)

  109. Saida, H., et al., A significant feature in the general relativistic time evolution of the redshift of photons coming from a star orbiting Sgr A* , PASJ, 71, 126 (12/2019)

  110. Sakakibara, H., et al., Effect of lensing magnification on type Ia supernova cosmology , MNRAS, 486, 4365 (07/2019)

  111. Sawicki, M., et al., The CFHT large area U-band deep survey (CLAUDS) , MNRAS, 489, 5202 (11/2019)

  112. Schramm, M., et al., A Catastrophic Failure to Build a Massive Galaxy around a Supermassive Black Hole at z = 3.84 , ApJ, 881, 145 (08/2019)

  113. Shen, Lu, et al., Possible evidence of the radio AGN quenching of neighbouring galaxies at z ~ 1 , MNRAS, 484, 2433 (04/2019)

  114. Sheppard, S., Trujillo, C., Tholen, D., &Kaib, N., A New High Perihelion Trans-Plutonian Inner Oort Cloud Object: 2015 TG387 , AJ, 157, 139 (04/2019)

  115. Shi, K., et al., A Census of Galaxy Constituents in a Coma Progenitor Observed at z > 3 , ApJ, 871, 83 (01/2019)

  116. Shirasaki, M., Hamana, T., Takada, M., Takahashi, R., &Miyatake, H., Mock galaxy shape catalogues in the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey , MNRAS, 486, 52 (06/2019)

  117. Sinclair, J., et al., A brightening of Jupiter's auroral 7.8-μm CH4 emission during a solar-wind compression , Nature Astronomy, 3, 607 (04/2019)

  118. Sobral, D., et al., On the nature and physical conditions of the luminous Ly α emitter CR7 and its rest-frame UV components , MNRAS, 482, 2422 (01/2019)

  119. Sonnenfeld, A., Wang, W., &Bahcall, N., Hyper Suprime-Cam view of the CMASS galaxy sample. Halo mass as a function of stellar mass, size, and Sérsic index , A&A, 622, A30 (02/2019)

  120. Sonnenfeld, A., et al., Survey of gravitationally-lensed objects in HSC imaging (SuGOHI). III. Statistical strong lensing constraints on the stellar IMF of CMASS galaxies , A&A, 630, A71 (10/2019)

  121. Sorahana, S., Nakajima, T., &Matsuoka, Y., Evaluation of the Vertical Scale Height of L Dwarfs in the Galactic Thin Disk , ApJ, 870, 118 (01/2019)

  122. Speagle, J., et al., Galaxy-Galaxy lensing in HSC: Validation tests and the impact of heterogeneous spectroscopic training sets , MNRAS, 490, 5658 (12/2019)

  123. Stefanon, M., et al., The Brightest z > 8 Galaxies over the COSMOS UltraVISTA Field , ApJ, 883, 99 (09/2019)

  124. Suzuki, T., et al., Extended star-forming regions within galaxies in a dense proto-cluster core at z = 2.53 , PASJ, 71, 69 (08/2019)

  125. Takeda, Y., Determination of Potassium Abundances for Giant and Dwarf Stars in the Galactic Disk , Stars & Galaxies, 2, 1 (12/2019)

  126. Tanaka, Masayuki, et al., Stellar Velocity Dispersion of a Massive Quenching Galaxy at z = 4.01 , ApJ, 885, L34 (11/2019)

  127. Teske, J., Thorngren, D., Fortney, J., Hinkel, N., &Brewer, J., Do Metal-rich Stars Make Metal-rich Planets? New Insights on Giant Planet Formation from Host Star Abundances , AJ, 158, 239 (12/2019)

  128. Tinyanont, S., et al., Supernova 2014C: Ongoing Interaction with Extended Circumstellar Material with Silicate Dust , ApJ, 887, 75 (12/2019)

  129. Toba, Y., et al., A Wide and Deep Exploration of Radio Galaxies with Subaru HSC (WERGS). II. Physical Properties Derived from the SED Fitting with Optical, Infrared, and Radio Data , ApJS, 243, 15 (07/2019)

  130. Tomczak, A., et al., Conditional quenching: a detailed look at the SFR-density relation at z ~ 0.9 from ORELSE , MNRAS, 484, 4695 (04/2019)

  131. Tominaga, N., et al., A Rapidly Declining Transient Discovered with the Subaru/Hyper Suprime-Cam , ApJ, 885, 13 (11/2019)

  132. Umehata, H., et al., Gas filaments of the cosmic web located around active galaxies in a protocluster , Science, 366, 97 (10/2019)

  133. Verbiscer, A., et al., Phase Curves from the Kuiper Belt: Photometric Properties of Distant Kuiper Belt Objects Observed by New Horizons , AJ, 158, 123 (09/2019)

  134. Wang, W.,et al., The stellar halo of isolated central galaxies in the Hyper Suprime-Cam imaging survey , MNRAS, 487, 1580 (08/2019)

  135. Wittmann, C., et al., A Catalog of Galaxies in the Direction of the Perseus Cluster , ApJS, 245, 10 (11/2019)

  136. Wittman, D., Foote, D., &Golovich, N., Brightest Cluster Galaxy Alignments in Merging Clusters , ApJ, 874, 84 (03/2019)

  137. Wong, K., et al., Searches for Population III pair-instability supernovae: Impact of gravitational lensing magnification , PASJ, 71, 60 (06/2019)

  138. Xing, Q.-F., et al., Evidence for the accretion origin of halo stars with an extreme r-process enhancement , Nature Astronomy, 3, 631 (04/2019)

  139. Yamanaka, S., &Yamada, T., The UV spectral slope and stellar population of most active star-forming galaxies at z ~ 4 , PASJ, 71, 51 (06/2019)

  140. Yasuda, N., et al., The Hyper Suprime-Cam SSP transient survey in COSMOS: Overview , PASJ, 71, 74 (08/2019)

  141. Yoshida, F., et al., A comparative study of size frequency distributions of Jupiter Trojans, Hildas and main belt asteroids: A clue to planet migration history , P&SS, 169, 78 (05/2019)

  142. Yoshida, M., Kawabata, K., Ohyama, Y., Itoh, R., &Hattori, T., Spectropolarimetry of the superwind filaments of the starburst galaxy M 82 II: Kinematics of the dust surrounding the nuclear starburst , PASJ, 71, 87 (08/2019)

  143. Yuma, S., Ouchi, M., Fujimoto, S., Kojima, T., &Sugahara, Y., A Giant Green Pea Identified in the Spectroscopy of Spatially Extended [O III] Sources , ApJ, 882, 17 (09/2019)

  144. Zahid, J., Geller, M., Damjanov, I., &Sohn, J., The Coevolution of Massive Quiescent Galaxies and Their Dark Matter Halos over the Last 6 Billion Years , ApJ, 878, 158 (06/2019)

  145. Zhang, S., Li, H., Zhao, G., Aoki, W., &Matsuno, T., LAMOST J011939.222-012150.45: The most barium-enhanced CEMP-s turnoff star , PASJ, 71, 89 (10/2019)

  146. Zheng, Z.-Y., et al., Design for the First Narrowband Filter for the Dark Energy Camera: Optimizing the LAGER Survey for z ~ 7 Galaxies , PASP, 131, 074502 (07/2019)

  147. Zhou, R., et al., Deep ugrizY imaging and DEEP2/3 spectroscopy: a photometric redshift testbed for LSST and public release of data from the DEEP3 Galaxy Redshift Survey , MNRAS, 488, 4565 (10/2019)


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