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The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 03/2012, Volume 747, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 14
We assess the probable redshift (z sub(rei) [approx =] 7) for full reionization of the intergalactic medium (IGM... 
intergalactic medium | dark ages, reionization, first stars | galaxies: high-redshift | Stellar atmospheres | Red shift | Photoionization | Heating | Ionization | Filaments | Cosmic microwave background | Dynamical systems | Density
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Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 1365-2966, 2018, Volume 479, Issue 2, pp. 1638 - 1650
The massive stars that ionised the Universe have short lifetimes and can only be studied near the time of formation, but any low mass stars that formed contemporaneously might be observable in the local Universe today... 
First stars | Galaxy: halo | Galaxies: evolution | Galaxy: stellar content | Solar neighbourhood | Stars: abundances | Dark ages | Reionization
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Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2017, Volume 465, Issue 4, pp. 4838 - 4852
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by Jelic, V and de Bruyn, A. G and Mevius, M and Abdalla, F. B and Asad, K. M. B and Bernardi, G and Brentjens, M. A and Bus, S and Chapman, E and Ciardi, B and Daiboo, S and Fernandez, E. R and Ghosh, A and Harker, G and Jensen, H and Kazemi, S and Koopmans, L. V. E and Labropoulos, P and Martinez-Rubi, O and Mellema, G and Offringa, A. R and Pandey, V. N and Patil, A. H and Thomas, R. M and Vedantham, H. K and Veligatla, V and Yatawatta, S and Zaroubi, S and Alexov, A and Anderson, J and Avruch, I. M and Beck, R and Bell, M. E and Bentum, M. J and Best, P and Bonafede, A and Bregman, J and Breitling, F and Broderick, J and Brouw, W. N and Brüggen, M and Butcher, H. R and Conway, J. E and de Gasperin, F and de Geus, E and Deller, A and Dettmar, R.-J and Duscha, S and Eislöffel, J and Engels, D and Falcke, H and Fallows, R. A and Fender, R and Ferrari, C and Frieswijk, W and Garrett, M. A and Grießmeier, J and Gunst, A. W and Hamaker, J. P and Hassall, T. E and Haverkorn, M and Heald, G and Hessels, J. W. T and Hoeft, M and Hörandel, J and Horneffer, A and van der Horst, A and Iacobelli, M and Juette, E and Karastergiou, A and Konatiev, V. I and Kramer, M and Kuniyoshi, M and Kuper, G and van Leeuwen, J and Maat, P and Mann, G and McKay-Bukowski, D and McKean, J. P and Munk, H and Nelles, A and Norden, M. J and Paas, H and Pandey-Pommier, M and Pietka, G and Pizzo, R and Polatidis, A. G and Reich, W and Röttgering, H and Rowlinson, A and Scaife, A. M. M and Schwarz, D and Serylak, M and Smirnov, O and Steinmetz, M and Stewart, A and Tagger, M and Tang, Y and Tasse, C and ter Veen, S and ...
Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin), ISSN 0004-6361, 08/2014, Volume 568, p. A101
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Astronomy and astrophysics (Berlin), ISSN 0004-6361, 06/2015, Volume 578
Context. Establishing the number of faint active galactic nuclei (AGNs) at z = 4-6 is crucial to understanding their cosmological importance as main contributors to the reionization of the Universe. Aims... 
quasars: general-dark ages | reionization | first stars | quasars: general | SOUTH FIELD | INTERGALACTIC MEDIUM | LYMAN BREAK GALAXIES | dark ages, reionization, first stars | QUASAR LUMINOSITY FUNCTION | ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI | EXTRAGALACTIC LEGACY SURVEY | MS SOURCE CATALOGS | COSMIC REIONIZATION | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | ORIGINS DEEP SURVEY | IONIZING-RADIATION | Active galactic nuclei | Red shift | Forests | Galaxies | Universe | Spectra | Photometry | Astronomy
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Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 09/2018, Volume 479, Issue 1, pp. 994 - 1016
.... The project has numerous goals in improving our understanding of reionization and making predictions for future observations, In this first paper, we study how the inclusion of binary stars... 
First stars | Early universe | Dark ages | Galaxies: high-redshift | Reionization | Methods: numerical | STELLAR FEEDBACK | SEARCH | SUPERNOVA FEEDBACK | RESOLUTION | LYMAN CONTINUUM | HYDRODYNAMICS | FLUX | methods: numerical | early Universe | galaxies: high-redshift | dark ages, reionization, first stars | ORIGIN | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | GALAXIES | RADIATION PRESSURE | Physics - Astrophysics of Galaxies
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