FIGS GN1 1292 , the SIMBAD biblio

FIGS GN1 1292 , the SIMBAD biblio (29 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.8 - 2023.10.01CEST00:26:53

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2013Natur.502..524F 12 9 226 A galaxy rapidly forming stars 700 million years after the Big Bang at redshift 7.51. FINKELSTEIN S.L., PAPOVICH C., DICKINSON M., et al.
2014ApJ...796...96B 31 13 ALMA observations of the host galaxy of GRB 090423 at z = 8.23: deep limits on obscured star formation 630 million years after the Big Bang. BERGER E., ZAUDERER B.A., CHARY R.-R., et al.
2015A&A...574A..19S 3 23 69 New constraints on dust emission and UV attenuation of z = 6.5-7.5 galaxies from millimeter observations. SCHAERER D., BOONE F., ZAMOJSKI M., et al.
2015ApJ...801...52Y 13 1 13 Cold accretion in early galaxy formation and its Lyα signatures. YAJIMA H., LI Y., ZHU Q., et al.
2015Natur.519..327W 31 9 282 A dusty, normal galaxy in the epoch of reionization. WATSON D., CHRISTENSEN L., KNUDSEN K.K., et al.
2015A&A...577A..80M 63       D     X         2 13 97 Dust production 680-850 million years after the Big Bang. MICHALOWSKI M.J.
2015MNRAS.451L..70M 27       D               1 11 123 The dust mass in z > 6 normal star-forming galaxies. MANCINI M., SCHNEIDER R., GRAZIANI L., et al.
2015ApJ...813...36V 90             C       1 14 144 On the [CII]-SFR relation in high redshift galaxies. VALLINI L., GALLERANI S., FERRARA A., et al.
2015ApJ...814...95F viz 16       D               1 176 40 An increasing stellar baryon fraction in bright galaxies at high redshift. FINKELSTEIN S.L., SONG M., BEHROOZI P., et al.
2016ApJ...817...11H 244           X C       5 36 34 Spitzer UltRa faint SUrvey program (SURFS UP). II. IRAC-detected lyman-break galaxies at 6 ≲ z ≲ 10 behind strong-lensing clusters. HUANG K.-H., BRADAC M., LEMAUX B.C., et al.
2016MNRAS.457.1842S 42           X         1 9 17 The dust content of the most metal-poor star-forming galaxies. SCHNEIDER R., HUNT L. and VALIANTE R.
2016ApJ...823..143R 22       D               1 32 204 z ≳ 7 galaxies with red Spitzer/IRAC [3.6]-[4.5] colors in the full CANDELS data set: The brightest-known galaxies at z∼ 7-9 and a probable spectroscopic confirmation at z=7.48. ROBERTS-BORSANI G.W., BOUWENS R.J., OESCH P.A., et al.
2016ApJ...827L..14T 313           X C       6 1 29 First results from the Faint Infrared Grism Survey (FIGS): first simultaneous detection of Lyα emission and Lyman break from a galaxy at z = 7.51. TILVI V., PIRZKAL N., MALHOTRA S., et al.
2017MNRAS.464..469S 124       D       C       2 11 281 Lyα and C III] emission in z = 7-9 Galaxies: accelerated reionization around luminous star-forming systems? STARK D.P., ELLIS R.S., CHARLOT S., et al.
2017ApJ...846..105O viz 18       D               2 36 76 SIGAME simulations of the [C II], [O I] and [O III] line emission from star-forming galaxies at z ~= 6. OLSEN K., GREVE T.R., NARAYANAN D., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.5363W 85               F     2 11 16 Dust-obscured star-forming galaxies in the early universe. WILKINS S.M., FENG Y., DI MATTEO T., et al.
2017MNRAS.472..772M viz 59       D     X         2 48 66 Spectroscopic properties of luminous Ly α emitters at z ~= 6-7 and comparison to the Lyman-break population. MATTHEE J., SOBRAL D., DARVISH B., et al.
2018ApJ...858...94L 90           X         2 2 13 Discovery of a z = 7.452 high equivalent width Lyα emitter from the Hubble Space Telescope Faint Infrared Grism Survey. LARSON R.L., FINKELSTEIN S.L., PIRZKAL N., et al.
2018ApJ...859...84H 18       D               1 87 105 SILVERRUSH. V. Census of Lyα, [O III] λ5007, Hα, and [C II] 158 µm line emission with ∼1000 LAEs at z = 4.9-7.0 revealed with Subaru/HSC. HARIKANE Y., OUCHI M., SHIBUYA T., et al.
2019A&A...623A.157S 2 27 57 Predicting Lyα escape fractions with a simple observable. Lyα in emission as an empirically calibrated star formation rate indicator. SOBRAL D. and MATTHEE J.
2019ApJ...877..146J 996       D S   X C       22 9 2 Texas Spectroscopic Search for Lyα Emission at the end of reionization. II. The deepest near-infrared spectroscopic observation at z >= 7. JUNG I., FINKELSTEIN S.L., DICKINSON M., et al.
2019ApJ...879...70H 2305           X C       53 8 53 Near-infrared spectroscopy of galaxies during reionization: measuring C III] in a galaxy at z = 7.5. HUTCHISON T.A., PAPOVICH C., FINKELSTEIN S.L., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.1071G 105       D         F     2 54 62 The assembly of dusty galaxies at z >= 4: statistical properties. GRAZIANI L., SCHNEIDER R., GINOLFI M., et al.
2020ApJ...896...93H 19       D               1 50 106 Large population of ALMA galaxies at z > 6 with very high [O III] 88 µm to [C II] 158 µm flux ratios: evidence of extremely high ionization parameter or PDR deficit? HARIKANE Y., OUCHI M., INOUE A.K., et al.
2020MNRAS.497.3440R 65       D     X         2 12 54 Interpreting the Spitzer/IRAC colours of 7 <= z <= 9 galaxies: distinguishing between line emission and starlight using ALMA. ROBERTS-BORSANI G.W., ELLIS R.S. and LAPORTE N.
2020ApJ...904..144J 18       D               1 72 86 Texas Spectroscopic Search for Lyα Emission at the End of Reionization. III. The Lyα equivalent-width distribution and ionized structures at z > 7. JUNG I., FINKELSTEIN S.L., DICKINSON M., et al.
2021MNRAS.500.5229E 19       D               1 103 111 The [O III]+H β equivalent width distribution at z ≃ 7: implications for the contribution of galaxies to reionization. ENDSLEY R., STARK D.P., CHEVALLARD J., et al.
2021MNRAS.503.6112S 45           X         1 31 29 Ultraviolet spectra of extreme nearby star-forming regions: Evidence for an overabundance of very massive stars. SENCHYNA P., STARK D.P., CHARLOT S., et al.
2022A&A...663A.172M 19       D               5 20 1 The interstellar medium of high-redshift galaxies: Gathering clues from C III] and [C II] lines. MARKOV V., CARNIANI S., VALLINI L., et al.

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