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This page is likely to be incomplete and has been updated through mid-December, 2020. For additional publications, see also the NOIRLab publications lists for 2018 and 2019, the Legacy Surveys ADS Public Library and citations to the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys Overview Paper.

2020 (141 publications so far)

  1. Nomerotski et al., Quantum-Assisted Optical Interferometers: Instrument Requirements
  2. Afruni, Fraternali & Pezzulli, Most of the cool CGM of star-forming galaxies is not produced by supernova feedback
  3. Tanoglidis, Ciprijanovic & Drlica-Wagner, DeepShadows: Separating Low Surface Brightness Galaxies from Artifacts using Deep Learning
  4. Lange et al., On the halo-mass and radial scale dependence of the lensing is low effect
  5. Duncan et al., The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey Deep Fields -- Data Release 1: IV. Photometric redshifts and stellar masses
  6. Saburova et al., Observational insights on the origin of giant low surface brightness galaxies
  7. Mostert et al., Unveiling the rarest morphologies of the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey radio source population with self-organised maps
  8. Ward et al., AGN on the move: A search for off-nuclear AGN from recoiling SMBHs and ongoing galaxy mergers with the Zwicky Transient Facility
  9. Nidever et al., Second Data Release of the All-sky NOIRLab Source Catalog
  10. Sevilla-Noarbe et al., Dark Energy Survey Year 3 Results: Photometric Data Set for Cosmology
  11. Osinga et al., Diffuse Radio Emission from Galaxy Clusters in the LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey Deep Fields
  12. Hadzhiyska et al., The galaxy-halo connection of emission-line galaxies in IllustrisTNG
  13. Khullar et al., COOL-LAMPS I. An Extraordinarily Bright Lensed Galaxy at Redshift 5.04
  14. Miller et al., The Dragonfly Wide Field Survey. II. Accurate Total Luminosities and Colors of Nearby Massive Galaxies and Implications for the Galaxy Stellar Mass Function
  15. Tinker, A Self-Calibrating Halo-Based Group Finder: Application to SDSS
  16. Kitanidis & White, Cross-Correlation of Planck CMB Lensing with DESI-Like LRGs
  17. Soraisam et al., AT 2020iko: a WZ Sge-type DN candidate with an anomalous precursor event
  18. Zou et al., Strong Mg II and Fe II Absorbers at 2.2 < z < 6.0
  19. Jones et al., The Young Supernova Experiment: Survey Goals, Overview, and Operations
  20. Wood-Vasey, Perrefort & Baker, GPS Measurements of Precipitable Water Vapor Can Improve Survey Calibration: A Demonstration from KPNO and the Mayall z-band Legacy Survey
  21. Zarrouk et al., Baryon Acoustic Oscillations in the projected cross-correlation function between the eBOSS DR16 quasars and photometric galaxies from the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys
  22. Hilton et al., The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: A Catalog of > 4000 Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Galaxy Clusters
  23. Lan & Prochaska, On the Environments of Giant Radio Galaxies
  24. Kool et al., SN 2020bqj: a Type Ibn supernova with a long lasting peak plateau
  25. Alpaslan & Tinker, On the Dark Matter Halos of Optical and IR-selected AGN in the Local Universe
  26. Wilde et al., CGM^2 I: The Extent of the Circumgalactic Medium Traced by Neutral Hydrogen
  27. Schulze et al., The Palomar Transient Factory Core-Collapse Supernova Host-Galaxy Sample. I. Host-Galaxy Distribution Functions and Environment-Dependence of CCSNe
  28. Barnett et al., A complete search for redshift z>6.5 quasars in the VIKING survey
  29. Wei et al., Spatially-resolved Stellar Population Properties of the M 51-NGC 5195 System from Multi-wavelength Photometric Data
  30. Alam et al., Quasars at intermediate redshift are not special; but they are often satellites
  31. Aubert et al., The Completed SDSS-IV Extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Growth rate of structure measurement from cosmic voids
  32. Talbot et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: A Catalogue of Strong Galaxy-Galaxy Lens Candidates
  33. Tinker, A Self-Calibrating Halo-Based Galaxy Group Finder: Algorithm and Tests
  34. Naess et al., The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: arcminute-resolution maps of 18,000 square degrees of the microwave sky from ACT 2008-2018 data combined with Planck
  35. de Mattia et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: measurement of the BAO and growth rate of structure of the emission line galaxy sample from the anisotropic power spectrum between redshift 0.6 and 1.1
  36. Alam et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: N-body Mock Challenge for the eBOSS Emission Line Galaxy Sample
  37. Ruiz-Macias et al., Characterising the target selection pipeline for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument Bright Galaxy Survey
  38. Aiola et al., The Atacama Cosmology Telescope: DR4 Maps and Cosmological Parameters
  39. eBOSS Collaboration et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Cosmological Implications from two Decades of Spectroscopic Surveys at the Apache Point observatory
  40. Jaelani et al., Survey of Gravitationally lensed Objects in HSC Imaging (SuGOHI) -- VII. Discovery and Confirmation of Three Strongly Lensed Quasars
  41. Ho et al., ZTF20aajnksq (AT2020blt): A Fast Optical Transient at z ~ 2.9 With No Detected Gamma-Ray Burst Counterpart
  42. Guo et al., High-redshift Extreme Variability Quasars from Sloan Digital Sky Survey Multi-Epoch Spectroscopy
  43. Carlsten et al., Luminosity Functions and Host-to-Host Scatter of Dwarf Satellite Systems in the Local Volume
  44. Hernandez-Aguayo et al., Building a digital twin of a luminous red galaxy spectroscopic survey: galaxy properties and clustering covariance
  45. Huang et al., Discovering New Strong Gravitational Lenses in the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys
  46. De et al., The Zwicky Transient Facility Census of the Local Universe I: Systematic search for Calcium rich gap transients reveal three related spectroscopic sub-classes
  47. Canameras et al., HOLISMOKES -- II. Identifying galaxy-scale strong gravitational lenses in Pan-STARRS using convolutional neural networks
  48. Anand et al., DECam-GROWTH Search for the Faint and Distant Binary Neutron Star and Neutron Star-Black Hole Mergers in O3a
  49. Zhou et al., The Clustering of DESI-like Luminous Red Galaxies Using Photometric Redshifts
  50. Lacerna et al., SDSS-IV MaNGA: global and local stellar population properties of elliptical galaxies and their assembly histories
  51. Yao et al., Unveiling the Intrinsic Alignment of Galaxies with Self-Calibration and DECaLS DR3 data
  52. Andreoni et al., Constraining the Kilonova Rate with Zwicky Transient Facility Searches Independent of Gravitational Wave and Short Gamma-ray Burst Triggers
  53. Hang et al., Galaxy clustering in the DESI Legacy Survey and its imprint on the CMB
  54. de Blok et al., MeerKAT HI commissioning observations of MHONGOOSE galaxy ESO 302-G014
  55. Birrer et al., TDCOSMO IV: Hierarchical time-delay cosmography -- joint inference of the Hubble constant and galaxy density profiles
  56. Shipp et al., Discovery of Extended Tidal Tails around the Globular Cluster Palomar 13
  57. Perna et al., MUSE view of Arp220: Kpc-scale multi-phase outflow and evidence for positive feedback
  58. Sridhar et al., Clustering of LRGs in the DECaLS DR8 footprint: distance constraints from baryon acoustic oscillations using photometric redshifts
  59. Li et al., The Impact of Merging on The Origin of Kinematically Misaligned and Counter-rotating Galaxies in MaNGA
  60. Wang et al., A comparative study of satellite galaxies in Milky Way-like galaxies from HSC, DECaLS and SDSS
  61. Nugent et al., The distant, galaxy cluster environment of the short GRB 161104A at z ~ 0.8 and a comparison to the short GRB host population
  62. Dodin et al., Optical Spectroscopy of SRG/eROSITA Objects with 2.5-m Telescope at the Caucasus Mountain Observatory of the SAI MSU
  63. Spindler, Geach & Smith, AstroVaDEr: Astronomical Variational Deep Embedder for Unsupervised Morphological Classification of Galaxies and Synthetic Image Generation
  64. Andika et al., Probing the Nature of High Redshift Weak Emission Line Quasars: A Young Quasar with a Starburst Host Galaxy
  65. Ruiz-Macias et al., Preliminary Target Selection for the DESI Bright Galaxy Survey (BGS)
  66. Allende Prieto et al., Preliminary Target Selection for the DESI Milky Way Survey (MWS)
  67. Zhou et al., Preliminary Target Selection for the DESI Luminous Red Galaxy (LRG) Sample
  68. Yeche et al., Preliminary Target Selection for the DESI Quasar (QSO) Sample
  69. Raichoor et al., Preliminary Target Selection for the DESI Emission Line Galaxy (ELG) Sample
  70. Sohn et al., The Velocity Dispersion Function for Quiescent Galaxies in Nine Strong-Lensing Clusters
  71. Karunakaran et al., Systematically Measuring Ultra Diffuse Galaxies in HI: Results from the Pilot Survey
  72. Raichoor et al., The completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Large-scale Structure Catalogues and Measurement of the isotropic BAO between redshift 0.6 and 1.1 for the Emission Line Galaxy Sample
  73. Ho et al., SN2020bvc: a Broad-lined Type Ic Supernova with a Double-peaked Optical Light Curve and a Luminous X-ray and Radio Counterpart
  74. Carlsten et al., Radial Distributions of Dwarf Satellite Systems in the Local Volume
  75. Liu et al., The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Reverberation Mapping Project: the XMM-Newton X-ray source catalog and multi-band counterparts
  76. Ider Chitham et al., Cosmological constraints from CODEX galaxy clusters spectroscopically confirmed by SDSS-IV/SPIDERS DR16
  77. Cao et al., LESSER: a catalogue of spectroscopically selected sample of Lyman-α emitters lensed by galaxies
  78. Tamone et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Growth rate of structure measurement from anisotropic clustering analysis in configuration space between redshift 0.6 and 1.1 for the Emission Line Galaxy sample
  79. Yao et al., SN2019dge: a Helium-rich Ultra-Stripped Envelope Supernova
  80. Maschmann et al., Double-peak emission line galaxies in the SDSS catalogue. A minor merger sequence
  81. Kado-Fong et al., Tracing the Intrinsic Shapes of Dwarf Galaxies out to Four Effective Radii: Clues to Low-Mass Stellar Halo Formation
  82. Anand et al., Optical follow-up of the neutron star-black hole mergers S200105ae and S200115j
  83. Wu, Connecting optical morphology, environment, and HI mass fraction for low-redshift galaxies using deep learning
  84. Ross et al., The Completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: Large-scale Structure Catalogs for Cosmological Analysis
  85. Kirkpatrick et al., The Accretion History of AGN: A Newly Defined Population of Cold Quasars
  86. Kong et al., Removing imaging systematics from galaxy clustering measurements with Obiwan: application to the SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey emission-line galaxy sample
  87. Sebastian et al., A radio polarimetric study to disentangle AGN activity and star formation in Seyfert galaxies
  88. Burleigh et al., Dynamic Observing and Tiling Strategies for the DESI Legacy Surveys
  89. Inayoshi, Visbal & Haiman, The Assembly of the First Massive Black Holes
  90. Moravec et al., The Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey. IX. High Radio Activity in a Merging Cluster
  91. Lin et al., The completed SDSS-IV extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey: GLAM-QPM mock galaxy catalogues for the emission line galaxy sample
  92. Zhang et al., Study of cubic Galileon gravity using N-body simulations
  93. Meisner et al., Spitzer Follow-up of Extremely Cold Brown Dwarfs Discovered by the Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 Citizen Science Project
  94. Karim et al., Validation of Emission-Line Galaxies Target Selection Algorithms for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument Using the MMT Binospec
  95. Koribalski et al., WALLABY -- An SKA Pathfinder HI Survey
  96. Mosenkov et al., Tilted outer and inner structures in edge-on galaxies?
  97. Clerc et al., SPIDERS: overview of the X-ray galaxy cluster follow-up and the final spectroscopic data release
  98. Yang et al., Poniua'ena: A Luminous z = 7.5 Quasar Hosting a 1.5 Billion Solar Mass Black Hole
  99. Ahumada et al., The Sixteenth Data Release of the Sloan Digital Sky Surveys: First Release from the APOGEE-2 Southern Survey and Full Release of eBOSS Spectra
  100. Lan, The Co-Evolution of Galaxies and the Cool Circumgalactic Medium Probed with the SDSS and DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys
  101. Lee, Early optical imaging polarimetry of type I superluminous supernova 2020ank
  102. Alam et al., Multi-tracer extension of the halo model: probing quenching and conformity in eBOSS
  103. Vieira et al., A Deep CFHT Optical Search for a Counterpart to the Possible Neutron Star - Black Hole Merger GW190814
  104. Kitanidis et al., Imaging Systematics and Clustering of DESI Main Targets
  105. Lan & Prochaska, Constraining magnetic fields in the circumgalactic medium
  106. Coppejans et al., A mildly relativistic outflow from the energetic, fast-rising blue optical transient CSS161010 in a dwarf galaxy
  107. Kim et al., Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph Integral Field Unit Spectroscopy of the Double-peaked Broad Emission Line of a Red Active Galactic Nucleus
  108. Fremling et al., The Zwicky Transient Facility Bright Transient Survey I: Spectroscopic Classification and the Redshift Completeness of Local Galaxy Catalogs
  109. Danieli et al., The Dragonfly Wide Field Survey. I. Telescope, Survey Design and Data Characterization
  110. Ho et al., The Koala: A Fast Blue Optical Transient with Luminous Radio Emission from a Starburst Dwarf Galaxy at z=0.27
  111. Huang et al., Finding Strong Gravitational Lenses in the DESI DECam Legacy Survey
  112. Rezaie et al., Improving Galaxy Clustering Measurements with Deep Learning: analysis of the DECaLS DR7 data
  113. Hewitt & Treuthardt, Comparison of galaxy spiral arm pitch angle measurements using manual and automated techniques
  114. Barbosa et al., One Hundred SMUDGes in S-PLUS: Ultra-diffuse Galaxies Flourish in the Field
  115. Drlica-Wagner et al., Milky Way Satellite Census -- I. The Observational Selection Function for Milky Way Satellites in DES Y3 and Pan-STARRS DR1
  116. Kasparova, Katkov & Chilingarian, An excessively massive thick disc of the enormous edge-on lenticular galaxy NGC 7572
  117. Jaelani et al., Survey of Gravitationally lensed Objects in HSC Imaging (SuGOHI). V. Group-to-cluster scale lens search from the HSC-SSP Survey
  118. Ross & Cross, The Near and Mid-infrared photometric properties of known redshift z>5 Quasars
  119. Bhowmick, Di Matteo & Myers, Multiplicity functions of quasars: predictions from the MassiveBlackII simulation
  120. Piatti & Fernandez-Trincado, Pal 13: its moderately extended low-density halo and its accretion history
  121. Prentice et al., The rise and fall of an extraordinary Ca-rich transient -- The discovery of ATLAS19dqr/SN 2019bkc
  122. Moskowitz & Walker, Stellar Density Profiles of Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies
  123. Pustilnik et al., XMP gas-rich dwarfs in nearby voids: results of SALT spectroscopy
  124. Dekany et al., The Zwicky Transient Facility: Observing System
  125. Lacy et al., The Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array Sky Survey (VLASS). Science Case and Survey Design
  126. Miller et al., Investigating Overdensities around z > 6 Galaxies through ALMA Observations of [C ii]
  127. Meisner et al., Expanding the Y Dwarf Census with Spitzer Follow-up of the Coldest CatWISE Solar Neighborhood Discoveries
  128. Oliveira, Bonvin & Clarkson, A null test to probe the scale dependence of the growth of structure as a test of general relativity
  129. Bait et al., Discovery of a large H I ring around the quiescent galaxy AGC 203001
  130. Andreoni et al., GROWTH on S190814bv: Deep Synoptic Limits on the Optical/Near-infrared Counterpart to a Neutron Star-Black Hole Merger
  131. Mau et al., Two Ultra-faint Milky Way Stellar Systems Discovered in Early Data from the DECam Local Volume Exploration Survey
  132. Prieto et al., Variable H-alpha Emission in the Nebular Spectra of the Low-luminosity Type Ia SN2018cqj/ATLAS18qtd
  133. Reines et al., A New Sample of (Wandering) Massive Black Holes in Dwarf Galaxies from High-resolution Radio Observations
  134. Phriksee et al., Weak lensing analysis of CODEX clusters using dark energy camera legacy survey: mass-richness relation
  135. Garma-Oehmichen et al., SDSS-IV MaNGA: bar pattern speed estimates with the Tremaine-Weinberg method and their error sources
  136. Kang et al., Early-type Host Galaxies of Type Ia Supernovae. II. Evidence for Luminosity Evolution in Supernova Cosmology
  137. Chen et al., The Most Rapidly Declining Type I Supernova 2019bkc/ATLAS19dqr
  138. Bonaca et al., Variations in the Width, Density, and Direction of the Palomar 5 Tidal Tails
  139. Walmsley et al., Galaxy Zoo: Probabilistic Morphology through Bayesian CNNs and Active Learning
  140. Nie & Tian, Detecting tidal tail of the globular cluster Whiting 1
  141. Juneau, The AGN-galaxy connection: Low-redshift benchmark & lessons learnt

2019 (64 publications)

  1. Krone-Martins et al., Gaia GraL: Gaia DR2 Gravitational Lens Systems. V. Doubly-imaged QSOs discovered from entropy and wavelets
  2. Tinker et al., Probing the galaxy-halo connection with total satellite luminosity
  3. Mihos, Deep Imaging of Diffuse Light Around Galaxies and Clusters: Progress and Challenges
  4. Vazquez Najar & Andernach, Radio-Optical Alignment of Radio Galaxies
  5. Olsen et al., The Data Lab: A Science Platform for the analysis of ground-based astronomical survey data
  6. Meisner et al., unWISE Coadds: The Five-year Data Set
  7. Walker et al., A DECam view of the diffuse dwarf galaxy Crater II: the colour-magnitude diagram
  8. Burke et al., Deblending and classifying astronomical sources with Mask R-CNN deep learning
  9. Li et al., The southern stellar stream spectroscopic survey (S5): Overview, target selection, data reduction, validation, and early science
  10. Dobie et al., An ASKAP Search for a Radio Counterpart to the First High-significance Neutron Star-Black Hole Merger LIGO/Virgo S190814bv
  11. Joshi et al., X-shaped Radio Galaxies: Optical Properties, Large-scale Environment, and Relationship to Radio Structure
  12. Shirley et al., HELP: a catalogue of 170 million objects, selected at 0.36-4.5 um, from 1270 deg2 of prime extragalactic fields
  13. Janowiecki et al., The environment of H I-bearing ultra-diffuse galaxies in the ALFALFA survey
  14. Zou et al., The Third Data Release of the Beijing-Arizona Sky Survey
  15. Chen et al., Post-starburst galaxies in SDSS-IV MaNGA
  16. Huang et al., The Mass-Metallicity Relation at z ~ 0.8: Redshift Evolution and Parameter Dependency
  17. Yang et al., An Unusual Mid-infrared Flare in a Type 2 AGN: An Obscured Turning-on AGN or Tidal Disruption Event?
  18. Lopez-Sanjuan et al., J-PLUS: photometric calibration of large-area multi-filter surveys with stellar and white dwarf loci
  19. Agnello & Spiniello, Quasar lenses in the south: searches over the DES public footprint
  20. Demers, Parker & Roberts, Smaller stellar disc scale lengths in rich environments
  21. Wilson & White, Cosmology with dropout selection: Straw-man surveys and CMB lensing
  22. Chilingarian et al., Internal dynamics and stellar content of nine ultra-diffuse galaxies in the Coma cluster prove their evolutionary link with dwarf early-type galaxies
  23. Wang et al., Exploring Reionization-era Quasars. III. Discovery of 16 Quasars at 6.4 < z < 6.9 with DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys and the UKIRT Hemisphere Survey and Quasar Luminosity Function at z ~ 6.7
  24. Andreon et al., Why are some galaxy clusters underluminous?. The very low concentration of the CL2015 mass profile
  25. Cano-Diaz et al., SDSS-IV MaNGA: effects of morphology in the global and local star formation main sequences
  26. Sridhar & Song, Cosmic distance determination from photometric redshift samples using BAO peaks only
  27. Pearson et al., Detecting Thin Stellar Streams in External Galaxies: Resolved Stars & Integrated Light
  28. Zhang et al., Machine-learning Classifiers for Intermediate Redshift Emission-line Galaxies
  29. Sebastian & Bait, Radio Continuum Emission from Local Analogs of High-z Faint LAEs: Blueberry Galaxies
  30. Meyer, Bosman & Ellis, New Constraints on Quasar Evolution: Broad Line Velocity Shifts over 1.5 < z < 7.5
  31. Erkal et al., The total mass of the Large Magellanic Cloud from its perturbation on the Orphan stream
  32. Comparat et al., Active Galactic Nuclei and their Large-scale Structure: an eROSITA mock catalogue
  33. Prochaska et al., The COS Absorption Survey of Baryon Harbors: The Galaxy Database and Cross-correlation Analysis of O VI Systems
  34. Goldstein et al., GROWTH on S190426c. Real-Time Search for a Counterpart to the Probable Neutron Star-Black Hole Merger using an Automated Difference Imaging Pipeline for DECam
  35. Bates et al., Mass Functions, Luminosity Functions, and Completeness Measurements from Clustering Redshifts
  36. Wang et al., Accurate Modeling of the Projected Galaxy Clustering in Photometric Surveys: I. Tests with Mock Catalogs
  37. Maschmann & Melchior, Ultimate Merging at z~0.1
  38. He et al., Edge-on H I-bearing Ultra-diffuse Galaxy Candidates in the 40% ALFALFA Catalog
  39. Baltay et al., The DESI Fiber View Camera System
  40. Trujillo et al., A distance of 13 Mpc resolves the claimed anomalies of the galaxy lacking dark matter
  41. Robertson et al. Galaxy formation and evolution science in the era of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
  42. Gordon et al. The Effect of Minor and Major Mergers on the Evolution of Low-excitation Radio Galaxies
  43. Koposov et al., Piercing the Milky Way: an all-sky view of the Orphan Stream
  44. Yang et al., Exploring Reionization-Era Quasars. IV. Discovery of Six New z > 6.5 Quasars with DES, VHS and unWISE Photometry
  45. Bait, Wadadekar & Barway, Outlying H-alpha emitters in SDSS IV MaNGA
  46. Simon et al., Dynamical Masses for a Complete Census of Local Dwarf Galaxies
  47. Dey et al., Overview of the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys
  48. Zou et al., Photometric Redshifts and Stellar Masses for Galaxies from the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys
  49. Meyer et al., Quasi-stellar objects acting as potential strong gravitational lenses in the SDSS-III BOSS survey
  50. Pons et al., A new bright z = 6.82 quasar discovered with VISTA: VHS J0411-0907
  51. Li et al., Discovery of a LyA-emitting Dark Cloud within the z ~ 2.8 SMM J02399-0136 System
  52. Chen et al., Characterizing circumgalactic gas around massive ellipticals at z ~ 0.4 - III. The galactic environment of a chemically pristine Lyman limit absorber
  53. Dominguez Sanchez et al., Transfer learning for galaxy morphology from one survey to another
  54. Gonzalez et al., The Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey. I. Survey Overview and a Catalog of >2000 Galaxy Clusters at z ~ 1
  55. Duncan et al., The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey. IV. First Data Release: Photometric redshifts and rest-frame magnitudes
  56. Schlafly, Meisner & Green, The unWISE Catalog: Two Billion Infrared Sources from Five Years of WISE Imaging
  57. Tenneti et al., A tiny host galaxy for the first giant black hole: z = 7.5 quasar in BlueTides
  58. Guo et al., Evolution of Star-forming Galaxies from z = 0.7 to 1.2 with eBOSS Emission-line Galaxies
  59. Matsuoka et al., Discovery of the First Low-luminosity Quasar at z > 7
  60. Kokubo et al., A Long-duration Luminous Type IIn Supernova KISS15s: Strong Recombination Lines from the Inhomogeneous Ejecta-CSM Interaction Region and Hot Dust Emission from Newly Formed Dust
  61. Smith, A High-luminosity, High-equivalent-width z ~ 3 Ly-alpha Emitter Discovered Serendipitously from the SDSS MaNGA Survey
  62. Zaritsky et al., Systematically Measuring Ultra-diffuse Galaxies (SMUDGes). I. Survey Description and First Results in the Coma Galaxy Cluster and Environs
  63. Wold et al., The Spitzer-HETDEX Exploratory Large Area Survey. II. The Dark Energy Camera and Spitzer/IRAC Multiwavelength Catalog
  64. Graham et al., Delayed Circumstellar Interaction for Type Ia SN 2015cp Revealed by an HST Ultraviolet Imaging Survey

2018 (30 publications)

  1. Wang et al., The Discovery of a Luminous Broad Absorption Line Quasar at a Redshift of 7.02
  2. Ishikawa et al., Comprehensive Measurements of the Volume-phase Holographic Gratings for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
  3. Gao et al., Mass-Metallicity Relation and Fundamental Metallicity Relation of Metal-poor Star-forming Galaxies at 0.6 < Z < 0.9 from the eBOSS Survey
  4. Ramirez-Moreta et al., Unveiling the environment and faint features of the isolated galaxy CIG 96 with deep optical and HI observations
  5. Reis, Poznanski & Hall, Redshifted broad absorption line quasars found via machine-learned spectral similarity
  6. Shu et al., SDSS J0909+4449: A large-separation strongly lensed quasar at z ~ 2.8 with three images
  7. Ross et al., A new physical interpretation of optical and infrared variability in quasars
  8. Dhawan et al., iPTF16abc and the population of Type Ia supernovae: comparing the photospheric, transitional, and nebular phases
  9. Favole et al., The mass-size relation of luminous red galaxies from BOSS and DECaLS
  10. Law et al., Discovery of the Luminous, Decades-long, Extragalactic Radio Transient FIRST J141918.9+394036
  11. Lan & Mo, The Circumgalactic Medium of eBOSS Emission Line Galaxies: Signatures of Galactic Outflows in Gas Distribution and Kinematics
  12. Lemon et al., Gravitationally lensed quasars in Gaia - II. Discovery of 24 lensed quasars
  13. Davies et al., Quantitative Constraints on the Reionization History from the IGM Damping Wing Signature in Two Quasars at z > 7
  14. Stern et al., A Mid-IR Selected Changing-Look Quasar and Physical Scenarios for Abrupt AGN Fading
  15. Nidever et al., First Data Release of the All-sky NOAO Source Catalog
  16. Yang et al., Discovery of 21 New Changing-look AGNs in the Northern Sky
  17. Zou et al., The Second Data Release of the Beijing-Arizona Sky Survey
  18. Jencson et al., SPIRITS 16tn in NGC 3556: A Heavily Obscured and Low-luminosity Supernova at 8.8 Mpc
  19. Meisner, Lang & Schlegel, Time-resolved WISE/NEOWISE Coadds
  20. Paudel et al., A Catalog of Merging Dwarf Galaxies in the Local Universe
  21. Zhou et al., Photometric Calibration for the Beijing-Arizona Sky Survey and Mayall z-band Legacy Survey
  22. Martini et al, Overview of the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument
  23. Li et al., The Ensemble Photometric Variability of Over 10000 Quasars in the Dark Energy Camera Legacy Survey and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
  24. Soumagnac & Ofek, catsHTM: A Tool for Fast Accessing and Cross-matching Large Astronomical Catalogs
  25. Morales et al., Systematic search for tidal features around nearby galaxies. I. Enhanced SDSS imaging of the Local Volume
  26. van de Voort et al., An ALMA view of star formation efficiency suppression in early-type galaxies after gas-rich minor mergers
  27. Timlin et al., The Clustering of High-redshift (2.9 < z < 5.1) Quasars in SDSS Stripe 82
  28. Hood et al., The Origin of Faint Tidal Features around Galaxies in the RESOLVE Survey
  29. Holman et al., A Dwarf Planet Class Object in the 21:5 Resonance with Neptune
  30. Banados et al., An 800 million solar mass black hole in a significantly neutral universe at a redshift of 7.5