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The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 06/2004, Volume 607, Issue 2 I, pp. 697 - 703
We discuss the observational properties of a remarkably faint triply imaged galaxy revealed in a deep z'-band Advanced Camera for Surveys observation of the... 
Gravitational lensing | Cosmology: Observations | Galaxies: High-redshift | Galaxies: Evolution | Galaxies: Formation | Sciences of the Universe | Astrophysics | Cosmology and Extra-Galactic Astrophysics | Physics
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Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 2014, Volume 566, pp. A84 - np
Some of the next-generation massive spectroscopic survey projects plan to use thousands of fiber positioner robots packed at a focal plane to quickly move the... 
Instrumentation: spectrographs | Techniques: spectroscopic | COSMOLOGICAL CONSTANT | techniques: spectroscopic | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | BARYON ACOUSTIC-OSCILLATIONS | instrumentation: spectrographs | GALAXIES | SUPERNOVAE | Motion planning | Focal plane | Spectrographs | Navigation | Trajectories | Collision avoidance | Robots | Fibers | Sciences of the Universe | Astrophysics
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 08/2016, Volume 460, Issue 3, p. 2505
  Mass determinations from gravitational lensing shear and the higher order estimator flexion are both subject to the mass-sheet degeneracy. Mass sheet... 
Stars & galaxies | Aperture | Astronomy | Convergence | Signal to noise ratio
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 08/2016, Volume 460, Issue 3, pp. 2505 - 2505
Mass determinations from gravitational lensing shear and the higher order estimator flexion are both subject to the mass-sheet degeneracy. Mass sheet... 
Shear | Breaking | Constants | Mathematical models | Transformations | Estimators | Counting | Convergence
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 07/2018, Volume 479, Issue 4, pp. 5184 - 5195
With the Hubble Frontier Fields program, gravitational lensing has provided a powerful way to extend the study of the ultraviolet luminosity function (LF) of... 
Galactic Astrophysics | Astrophysics | Sciences of the Universe
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2017, Volume 464, Issue 4, p. 3991
  If dark matter interacts, even weakly, via non-gravitational forces, simulations predict that it will be preferentially scattered towards the trailing edge... 
Dark matter | Simulation | Normal distribution | Space telescopes | Star & galaxy formation
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2017, Volume 464, Issue 4, pp. 3991 - 3991
If dark matter interacts, even weakly, via non-gravitational forces, simulations predict that it will be preferentially scattered towards the trailing edge of... 
Galactic halos | Galactic clusters | Confidence intervals | Shear | Computer simulation | Dark matter | Hubble Space Telescope | Scattering
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Journal of Astronomical Telescopes, Instruments, and Systems, ISSN 2329-4124, 10/2019, Volume 5, Issue 4, p. 1
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2016, Volume 458, Issue 1, pp. 660 - 665
We explore how assuming that mass traces light in strong gravitational lensing models can lead to systematic errors in the predicted position of multiple... 
Galaxies: clusters: general | Dark matter | Physics | Astrophysics
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2014, Volume 443, Issue 2, pp. 1549 - 1554
We present a high-precision mass model of the galaxy cluster MACSJ0416.1-2403, based on a strong-gravitational-lensing analysis of the recently acquired Hubble... 
Galaxies: clusters: individual: MACSJ0416.1-2403 | Cosmology: observations | Gravitational lensing: strong | Sciences of the Universe | Astrophysics | Cosmology and Extra-Galactic Astrophysics | Physics
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by Anderson, Lauren and Aubourg, Eric and Bailey, Stephen and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blanton, Michael and Bolton, Adam S and Brinkmann, J and Brownstein, Joel R and Burden, Angela and Cuesta, Antonio J and da Costa, Luiz A. N and Dawson, Kyle S and de Putter, Roland and Eisenstein, Daniel J and Gunn, James E and Guo, Hong and Hamilton, Jean‐Christophe and Harding, Paul and Ho, Shirley and Honscheid, Klaus and Kazin, Eyal and Kirkby, David and Kneib, Jean‐Paul and Labatie, Antoine and Loomis, Craig and Lupton, Robert H and Malanushenko, Elena and Malanushenko, Viktor and Mandelbaum, Rachel and Manera, Marc and Maraston, Claudia and McBride, Cameron K and Mehta, Kushal T and Mena, Olga and Montesano, Francesco and Muna, Demetri and Nichol, Robert C and Nuza, Sebastián E and Olmstead, Matthew D and Oravetz, Daniel and Padmanabhan, Nikhil and Palanque‐Delabrouille, Nathalie and Pan, Kaike and Parejko, John and Pâris, Isabelle and Percival, Will J and Petitjean, Patrick and Prada, Francisco and Reid, Beth and Roe, Natalie A and Ross, Ashley J and Ross, Nicholas P and Samushia, Lado and Sánchez, Ariel G and Schlegel, David J and Schneider, Donald P and Scóccola, Claudia G and Seo, Hee‐Jong and Sheldon, Erin S and Simmons, Audrey and Skibba, Ramin A and Strauss, Michael A and Swanson, Molly E. C and Thomas, Daniel and Tinker, Jeremy L and Tojeiro, Rita and Magaña, Mariana Vargas and Verde, Licia and Wagner, Christian and Wake, David A and Weaver, Benjamin A and Weinberg, David H and White, Martin and Xu, Xiaoying and Yèche, Christophe and Zehavi, Idit and Zhao, Gong‐Bo
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 12/2012, Volume 427, Issue 4, pp. 3435 - 3467
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