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MONTHLY NOTICES OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY, ISSN 0035-8711, 04/2017, Volume 466, Issue 2, pp. 1814 - 1838
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The Astronomical Journal, ISSN 1538-3881, 02/2018, Volume 155, Issue 3, p. 131
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2015, Volume 447, Issue 1, pp. 499 - 505
We present new upper limits on the volume-weighted neutral hydrogen fraction, , at z~5-6 derived from spectroscopy of bright quasars. The fraction of the... 
First stars | Dark ages | Cosmology: observations | Reionization | Early universe | Diffuse radiation | Galaxies: high-redshift | Quasars: absorption lines | Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
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ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT SERIES, ISSN 0067-0049, 07/2014, Volume 213, Issue 1
We present and release co-added images of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Stripe 82. Stripe 82 covers an area of similar to 300 deg(2) on the celestial... 
CALIBRATION | 9TH DATA RELEASE | II SUPERNOVA SURVEY | surveys | 1ST SPECTROSCOPIC DATA | SURVEY PHOTOMETRIC SYSTEM | VARIABILITY | CATALOG | QUASARS | 10TH DATA RELEASE | catalogs | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | atlases | SDSS | SKY | TELESCOPES | CAMERAS | CATALOGS | OPACITY | SENSITIVITY | EQUATOR | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | IMAGES | POINT SOURCES | GALAXIES | BACKGROUND NOISE
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 04/2017, Volume 466, Issue 2, p. 1814
  We introduce an intrinsic Lya emission-line profile reconstruction method for high-z quasars (QSOs). This approach utilises a covariance matrix of... 
Quasars | Normal distribution | Correlation analysis | Star & galaxy formation | Monte Carlo simulation | Signal to noise ratio
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 04/2017, Volume 466, Issue 2, pp. 1814 - 1814
We introduce an intrinsic Lya emission-line profile reconstruction method for high-z quasars (QSOs). This approach utilises a covariance matrix of... 
Reconstruction | Correlation | Statistical analysis | Samples | Flux | Emission | Statistical methods | Covariance matrix
Journal Article
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2015, Volume 447, Issue 1, p. 499
  We present new upper limits on the volume-weighted neutral hydrogen fraction, ..., at z ~ 5-6 derived from spectroscopy of bright quasars. The fraction of... 
Quasars | Ultraviolet radiation | Astrophysics | Hydrogen | Spectrum analysis | Star & galaxy formation
Journal Article
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 02/2015, Volume 447, Issue 1, pp. 499 - 499
We present new upper limits on the volume-weighted neutral hydrogen fraction, ..., at z ~ 5-6 derived from spectroscopy of bright quasars. The fraction of the... 
Quasars | Forests | Upper bounds | Symbols | Continuums | Flux | Spectra | Pixels
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ISSN 0035-8711, 2018
We present a detailed study of an unusually bright, lensed galaxy at z = 5.424 discovered within the CFHTLS imaging survey. With an observed flux ofiAB =23.0,... 
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Astronomical Journal, ISSN 0004-6256, 03/2018, Volume 155, Issue 3
We presents results from a spectroscopic survey of $z\sim5$ quasars in the CFHT Legacy Survey (CFHTLS). Using both optical color selection and a likelihood... 
quasars: emission lines | quasars: general | galaxies: high redshift
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by Gott III, J. Richard and Mack III, Claude E and Ahn, Christopher P and Alexandroff, Rachael and Allende Prieto, Carlos and Anders, Friedrich and Anderson, Scott F and Anderton, Timothy and Andrews, Brett H and Aubourg, Éric and Bailey, Stephen and Bastien, Fabienne A and Bautista, Julian E and Beers, Timothy C and Beifiori, Alessandra and Bender, Chad F and Berlind, Andreas A and Beutler, Florian and Bhardwaj, Vaishali and Bird, Jonathan C and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blake, Cullen H and Blanton, Michael R and Blomqvist, Michael and Bochanski, John J and Bolton, Adam S and Borde, Arnaud and Bovy, Jo and Bradley, Alaina Shelden and Brandt, W.N and Brauer, Dorothée and Brinkmann, J and Brownstein, Joel R and Busca, Nicolás G and Carithers, William and Carlberg, Joleen K and Carnero, Aurelio R and Carr, Michael A and Chiappini, Cristina and Chojnowski, S. Drew and Chuang, Chia-Hsun and Comparat, Johan and Crepp, Justin R and Cristiani, Stefano and Croft, Rupert A. C and Cuesta, Antonio J and Cunha, Katia and Da Costa, Luiz N and Dawson, Kyle S and De Lee, Nathan and Dean, Janice D. R and Delubac, Timothée and Deshpande, Rohit and Dhital, Saurav and Ealet, Anne and Ebelke, Garrett L and Edmondson, Edward M and Eisenstein, Daniel J and Epstein, Courtney R and Escoffier, Stephanie and Esposito, Massimiliano and Evans, Michael L and Fabbian, D and Fan, Xiaohui and Favole, Ginevra and Femenía Castellá, Bruno and Fernández Alvar, Emma and Feuillet, Diane and Filiz Ak, Nurten and Finley, Hayley and Fleming, Scott W and Font-Ribera, Andreu and Frinchaboy, Peter M and Galbraith-Frew, J.G and García-Hernández, D.A and Pérez, Ana E. García and Ge, Jian and Génova-Santos, R and Gillespie, Bruce A and Girardi, Léo and González Hernández, Jonay I and Gunn, James E and Guo, Hong and Halverson, Samuel and Harding, Paul and Harris, David W and Hasselquist, Sten and Hawley, Suzanne L and Hayden, Michael and Hearty, Frederick R and Herrero Davó, Artemio and Ho, Shirley and Hogg, David W and Holtzman, Jon A and Honscheid, Klaus and Huehnerhoff, Joseph and Ivans, Inese I and Jackson, Kelly M and Jiang, Peng and Johnson, Jennifer A and ...
Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, ISSN 0067-0049, 2014, Volume 211, Issue 2, pp. 17 - 16
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2015, Volume 518, Issue 7540, pp. 512 - 515
So far, roughly 40 quasars with redshifts greater than z = 6 have been discovered(1-8). Each quasar contains a black hole with a mass of about one billion... 
SAMPLE | Z-SIMILAR-TO-6 QUASARS | MASSES | EVOLUTION | DIGITAL SKY SURVEY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | EMISSION | LUMINOSITY FUNCTION | DATA RELEASE | DISCOVERY | Quasars | Surveys | Observations | Black holes (Astronomy) | Black holes | Star & galaxy formation | Spectrum analysis
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 08/2011, Volume 415, Issue 4, pp. 3237 - 3246
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by Alam, Shadab and Albareti, Franco D and Prieto, Carlos Allende and Anders, F and Anderson, Scott F and Anderton, Timothy and Andrews, Brett H and Armengaud, Eric and Aubourg, Éric and Bailey, Stephen and Basu, Sarbani and Bautista, Julian E and Beaton, Rachael L and Beers, Timothy C and Bender, Chad F and Berlind, Andreas A and Beutler, Florian and Bhardwaj, Vaishali and Bird, Jonathan C and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blake, Cullen H and Blanton, Michael R and Blomqvist, Michael and Bochanski, John J and Bolton, Adam S and Bovy, Jo and Bradley, A. Shelden and Brandt, W.N and Brauer, D.E and Brinkmann, J and Brown, Peter J and Brownstein, Joel R and Burden, Angela and Burtin, Etienne and Busca, Nicolás G and Cai, Zheng and Capozzi, Diego and Rosell, Aurelio Carnero and Carr, Michael A and Carrera, Ricardo and Chambers, K.C and Chaplin, William James and Chen, Yen-Chi and Chiappini, Cristina and Chojnowski, S. Drew and Chuang, Chia-Hsun and Clerc, Nicolas and Comparat, Johan and Covey, Kevin and Croft, Rupert A. C and Cuesta, Antonio J and Cunha, Katia and Costa, Luiz N. Da and Rio, Nicola Da and Davenport, James R. A and Dawson, Kyle S and Lee, Nathan De and Delubac, Timothée and Deshpande, Rohit and Dhital, Saurav and Dutra-Ferreira, Letícia and Dwelly, Tom and Ealet, Anne and Ebelke, Garrett L and Edmondson, Edward M and Eisenstein, Daniel J and Ellsworth, Tristan and Elsworth, Yvonne and Epstein, Courtney R and Eracleous, Michael and Escoffier, Stephanie and Esposito, Massimiliano and Evans, Michael L and Fan, Xiaohui and Fernández-Alvar, Emma and Feuillet, Diane and Ak, Nurten Filiz and Finley, Hayley and Finoguenov, Alexis and Flaherty, Kevin and Fleming, Scott W and Font-Ribera, Andreu and Foster, Jonathan and Frinchaboy, Peter M and Galbraith-Frew, J.G and García, Rafael A and García-Hernández, D.A and Pérez, Ana E. García and Gaulme, Patrick and Ge, Jian and Génova-Santos, R and Georgakakis, A and Ghezzi, Luan and Gillespie, Bruce A and Girardi, Léo and Goddard, Daniel and Gontcho, Satya Gontcho A and Hernández, Jonay I. González and Grebel, Eva K and Green, Paul J and ...
Astrophysical Journal, Supplement Series, ISSN 0067-0049, 07/2015, Volume 219, Issue 1, pp. 12 - 27
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by Dawson, Kyle S and Schlegel, David J and Ahn, Christopher P and Anderson, Scott F and Aubourg, Éric and Bailey, Stephen and Barkhouser, Robert H and Bautista, Julian E and Beifiori, Alessandra and Berlind, Andreas A and Bhardwaj, Vaishali and Bizyaev, Dmitry and Blake, Cullen H and Blanton, Michael R and Blomqvist, Michael and Bolton, Adam S and Borde, Arnaud and Bovy, Jo and Brandt, W.N and Brewington, Howard and Brinkmann, Jon and Brown, Peter J and Brownstein, Joel R and Bundy, Kevin and Busca, N.G and Carithers, William and Carnero, Aurelio R and Carr, Michael A and Chen, Yanmei and Comparat, Johan and Connolly, Natalia and Cope, Frances and Croft, Rupert A. C and Cuesta, Antonioj and Dacosta, Luizn and Davenport, James R. A and Delubac, Timothée and De Putter, Roland and Dhital, Saurav and Ealet, Anne and Ebelke, Garrett L and Eisenstein, Daniel J and Escoffier, S and Fan, Xiaohui and Filiz Ak, N and Finley, Hayley and Font-Ribera, Andreu and Génova-Santos, R and Gunn, James E and Guo, Hong and Haggard, Daryl and Hall, Patrick B and Hamilton, Jean-Christophe and Harris, Ben and Harris, David W and Ho, Shirley and Hogg, David W and Holder, Diana and Honscheid, Klaus and Huehnerhoff, Joe and Jordan, Beatrice and Jordan, Wendell P and Kauffmann, Guinevere and Kazin, Eyala and Kirkby, David and Klaene, Mark A and Kneib, Jean-Paul and Legoff, Jean-Marc and Lee, Khee-Gan and Long, Daniel C and Loomis, Craig P and Lundgren, Britt and Lupton, Roberth and Maia, Marcio A. G and Makler, Martin and Malanushenko, Elena and Malanushenko, Viktor and Mandelbaum, Rachel and Manera, Marc and Maraston, Claudia and Margala, Daniel and Masters, Karen L and McBride, Cameron K and McDonald, Patrick and McGreer, Iand and McMahon, Richardg and Mena, Olga and Miralda-Escudé, Jordi and Montero-Dorta, Antonio D and Montesano, Francesco and Muna, Demitri and Myers, Adam D and Naugle, Tracy and Nichol, Robert C and Noterdaeme, Pasquier and Nuza, Sebastián E and Olmstead, Matthew D and Oravetz, Audrey and Oravetz, Danielj and Owen, Russell and ...
Astronomical Journal, ISSN 0004-6256, 01/2013, Volume 145, Issue 1, pp. 10 - 41
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