HSCS J100058+014815 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2012MNRAS.426.2772B 16       D               2 18 69 Discovery of bright z ≃ 7 galaxies in the UltraVISTA survey. BOWLER R.A.A., DUNLOP J.S., McLURE R.J., et al.
2014MNRAS.440.2810B viz 18       D               2 40 174 The bright end of the galaxy luminosity function at z ≃ 7: before the onset of mass quenching ? BOWLER R.A.A., DUNLOP J.S., McLURE R.J., et al.
2015ApJ...808..139S 4118     A D S   X C       102 5 275 Evidence for PopIII-like stellar populations in the most luminous lyman-α emitters at the epoch of reionization: spectroscopic confirmation. SOBRAL D., MATTHEE J., DARVISH B., et al.
2015MNRAS.451..400M 369           X         9 6 153 Identification of the brightest Lyα emitters at z = 6.6: implications for the evolution of the luminosity function in the reionization era. MATTHEE J., SOBRAL D., SANTOS S., et al.
2015Natur.526...46J 1 ~ Astrophysics: Primordial stars brought to light. JAMES B.
2015A&A...581A..15S viz 170         O X         4 5 118 Low-metallicity massive single stars with rotation . Evolutionary models applicable to I Zwicky 18. SZECSI D., LANGER N., YOON S.-C., et al.
2015MNRAS.454.3771P viz 53           X         1 2 52 Shining in the dark: the spectral evolution of the first black holes. PACUCCI F., FERRARA A., VOLONTERI M., et al.
2015MNRAS.453.2465P 2257     A     X C F     55 4 73 The brightest Lyα emitter: Pop III or black hole? PALLOTTINI A., FERRARA A., PACUCCI F., et al.
2016ApJ...817...11H 120           X C       2 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.
2016ApJ...825L...7H 981       D     X C       24 10 24 An ultraluminous Lyα emitter with a blue wing at z = 6.6. HU E.M., COWIE L.L., SONGAILA A., et al.
2016MNRAS.459.1432P 126           X         3 9 54 First identification of direct collapse black hole candidates in the early Universe in CANDELS/GOODS-S. PACUCCI F., FERRARA A., GRAZIAN A., et al.
2016MNRAS.459.3377R 58           X         1 1 18 Forming supermassive black hole seeds under the influence of a nearby anisotropic multifrequency source. REGAN J.A., JOHANSSON P.H. and WISE J.H.
2016MNRAS.459.3738I 242           X         4 2 162 Hyper-Eddington accretion flows on to massive black holes. INAYOSHI K., HAIMAN Z. and OSTRIKER J.P.
2016MNRAS.460L..59V 939 T   A     X         22 1 32 Formation of massive Population III galaxies through photoionization feedback: a possible explanation for
CR 7.
2016MNRAS.460.3143S 1450 T   A S   X         34 2 43 Evidence for a direct collapse black hole in the Lyman α source
2016MNRAS.460.4003A 1456 T   A S   X C       33 2 55 Detecting direct collapse black holes: making the case for
2016ApJ...829L...6S 1295 T   A     X C       30 1 27 Ab initio cosmological simulations of
CR7 as an active black hole.
2016MNRAS.461.3563S 243           X         6 6 14 Nebular line emission from z > 7 galaxies in a cosmological simulation: rest-frame UV to optical lines. SHIMIZU I., INOUE A.K., OKAMOTO T., et al.
2016MNRAS.462.2184H 3567 T   A     X C       87 4 46 Exploring the nature of the Lyman-α emitter
2016MNRAS.463.2363K 50           X         1 3 30 The nature of Hβ+[O III] and [O II] emitters to z ∼ 5 with HiZELS: stellar mass functions and the evolution of EWs. KHOSTOVAN A.A., SOBRAL D., MOBASHER B., et al.
2017ApJ...837...11B 286           X C       6 11 24 A high space density of luminous Lyman alpha emitters at z ∼ 6.5. BAGLEY M.B., SCARLATA C., HENRY A., et al.
2017ApJ...842L..22Z 50           X         1 12 114 First results from the Lyman Alpha Galaxies in the epoch of reionization (LAGER) survey: cosmological reionization at z ∼ 7. ZHENG Z.-Y., WANG J., RHOADS J., et al.
2017MNRAS.466.3612B 1182     A D     X C       29 31 129 Unveiling the nature of bright z ~= 7 galaxies with the Hubble Space Telescope. BOWLER R.A.A., DUNLOP J.S., McLURE R.J., et al.
2017MNRAS.467L..51Y 443     A     X         11 1 13 Upper limits on the mass and luminosity of Population III-dominated galaxies. YAJIMA H. and KHOCHFAR S.
2017MNRAS.467..768R 162           X         4 7 4 A multiply imaged z ∼ 6.3 Lyman α emitter candidate behind Abell 2261. RYDBERG C.-E., ZITRIN A., ZACKRISSON E., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.2288S 216           X         5 1 13 Lyman-Werner escape fractions from the first galaxies. SCHAUER A.T.P., AGARWAL B., GLOVER S.C.O., et al.
2017MNRAS.468L..77P 1584 T   A S   X C F     35 2 32 The nature of the Lyman α emitter
CR7: a persisting puzzle.
2017MNRAS.469..231A 773 T   A S   X C       16 1 18 Metallicity evolution of direct collapse black hole hosts:
CR7 as a case study.
2017MNRAS.469..448B 3534 T   A     X C       85 3 51 No evidence for Population III stars or a direct collapse black hole in the z = 6.6 Lyman α emitter '
2017MNRAS.469.4863B 94           X         2 2 26 First light: exploring the spectra of high-redshift galaxies in the Renaissance Simulations. BARROW K.S.S., WISE J.H., NORMAN M.L., et al.
2017ApJ...846..134J 349     A     X         9 40 8 A Magellan M2FS spectroscopic survey of galaxies at 5.5 < z < 6.8: program overview and a sample of the brightest Lyα emitters. JIANG L., SHEN Y., BIAN F., et al.
2017MNRAS.469.1456V 286     A     X         7 1 18 What is the maximum mass of a Population III galaxy? VISBAL E., BRYAN G.L. and HAIMAN Z.
2017ApJ...851..145M 3511 T   A D S   X C       84 5 91 ALMA reveals metals yet no dust within multiple components in
2018ApJ...853...81C 41           X         1 3 ~ Observing galaxy mergers at the epoch of reionization. CHAIKIN E.A., TYULNEVA N.V. and KAUROV A.A.
2017MNRAS.472..205S 173           X         4 1 11 Radiative effects during the assembly of direct collapse black holes. SMITH A., BECERRA F., BROMM V., et al.
2017MNRAS.472..772M viz 732     A D     X C       18 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.
2018A&A...609A.130L viz 18       D     X         1 50 132 The [CII] 158 µm line emission in high-redshift galaxies. LAGACHE G., COUSIN M. and CHATZIKOS M.
2018ApJ...854L...7C 175           X C       3 6 60 ALMA detection of extended [C II] emission in Himiko at z = 6.6. CARNIANI S., MAIOLINO R., SMIT R., et al.
2018ApJ...856..109O 84           X         2 9 22 Large-scale environment of a z = 6.61 luminous quasar probed by Lyα emitters and Lyman break galaxies. OTA K., VENEMANS B.P., TANIGUCHI Y., et al.
2018MNRAS.476..407V 53           X         1 3 36 Chasing the observational signatures of seed black holes at z > 7: candidate observability. VALIANTE R., SCHNEIDER R., ZAPPACOSTA L., et al.
2018ApJ...858...77H viz 16       D               1 7945 125 The DEIMOS 10k spectroscopic survey catalog of the COSMOS field. HASINGER G., CAPAK P., SALVATO M., et al.
2018MNRAS.476.3964H 48           X         1 1 7 Angular momentum transfer in primordial discs and the rotation of the first stars. HIRANO S. and BROMM V.
2018ApJ...859...84H 223       D     X         6 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.
2018ApJ...859...91S 387       D     X C       9 12 5 Complex Lyα profiles in redshift 6.6 ultraluminous Lyα emitters. SONGAILA A., HU E.M., BARGER A.J., et al.
2018MNRAS.477.2817S viz 166           X         4 42 71 The nature of luminous Ly α emitters at z ∼ 2-3: maximal dust-poor starbursts and highly ionizing AGN. SOBRAL D., MATTHEE J., DARVISH B., et al.
2018MNRAS.478.1170C 307       D     X         8 38 108 Kiloparsec-scale gaseous clumps and star formation at z = 5-7. CARNIANI S., MAIOLINO R., AMORIN R., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.2294D 1259     A S   X C       29 11 9 Nature and chemical abundances of a sample of Lyman-α emitter objects at high redshift. DORS O.L., AGARWAL B., HAGELE G.F., et al.
2018ApJ...865..126S 50           X         1 3 27 Radiation hydrodynamical simulations of the first quasars. SMIDT J., WHALEN D.J., JOHNSON J.L., et al.
2018MNRAS.479.4544M 125           X         2 1 43 The Persistence of Population III Star Formation. MEBANE R.H., MIROCHA J. and FURLANETTO S.R.
2018MNRAS.480..681O 206           X         5 3 1 Growth problems of stellar black holes in early galaxies. OROFINO M.C., FERRARA A. and GALLERANI S.
2018A&A...619A.136M viz 421           X C       9 7 63 Confirmation of double peaked Lyα emission at z=6.593. Witnessing a galaxy directly contributing to the reionisation of the Universe. MATTHEE J., SOBRAL D., GRONKE M., et al.
2018ApJ...869....4D viz 41           X         1 65 9 The far-infrared emission of the first massive galaxies. DE ROSSI M.E., RIEKE G.H., SHIVAEI I., et al.
2018PASJ...70S..15S 17       D               1 104 117 SILVERRUSH. III. Deep optical and near-infrared spectroscopy for Lyα and UV-nebular lines of bright Lyα emitters at z = 6-7. SHIBUYA T., OUCHI M., HARIKANE Y., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.2422S 5983 T   A D S   X C F     140 5 30 On the nature and physical conditions of the luminous Ly α emitter
CR7 and its rest-frame UV components.
2019A&A...623A.157S 19       D               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.
2019A&A...624L..13L 212           X         5 14 54 Dust production scenarios in galaxies at z ∼6-8.3. LESNIEWSKA A. and MICHALOWSKI M.J.
2019MNRAS.487.1689P 89               F     1 15 87 Deep into the structure of the first galaxies: SERRA views. PALLOTTINI A., FERRARA A., DECATALDO D., et al.
2019ApJ...881..124M 270       D     X         7 34 73 Resolved UV and [C II] structures of luminous galaxies within the epoch of reionization. MATTHEE J., SOBRAL D., BOOGAARD L.A., et al.
2019ApJ...887..107F 46           X         1 20 93 First identification of 10 kpc [C II] 158 µm halos around star-forming galaxies at z = 5-7. FUJIMOTO S., OUCHI M., FERRARA A., et al.
2019PASJ...71...71H 23       D               3 31 193 Big Three Dragons: A z = 7.15 Lyman-break galaxy detected in [O III] 88 μm, [C II] 158 μm, and dust continuum with ALMA. HASHIMOTO T., INOUE A.K., MAWATARI K., et al.
2020ApJ...891..105W 43           X         1 7 ~ Diffuse Lyα halos around 300 spectroscopically confirmed Lyα emitters at z ∼ 5.7. WU J., JIANG L. and NING Y.
2020ApJ...891..177Z 996       D     X C       23 8 ~ CHORUS. III. Photometric and spectroscopic properties of Lyα blobs at z = 4.9-7.0. ZHANG H., OUCHI M., ITOH R., et al.
2020MNRAS.494L..81V 55           X         1 3 37 Candidate Population III stellar complex at z = 6.629 in the MUSE Deep Lensed Field. VANZELLA E., MENEGHETTI M., CAMINHA G.B., et al.
2020ApJ...895..132T 128     A D     X         4 17 ~ The ultraluminous Lyα luminosity function at z = 6.6. TAYLOR A.J., BARGER A.J., COWIE L.L., et al.
2020MNRAS.494.3453T 170           X         4 6 ~ Modelling a bright z = 6 galaxy at the faint end of the AGN luminosity function. TREBITSCH M., VOLONTERI M. and DUBOIS Y.
2020ApJ...896L..45W 1643 T   A S   X C       36 1 ~ Radio power from a direct-collapse black hole in
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.498.3043M 5518 T   A S   X C       127 12 12 The nature of
CR7 revealed with MUSE: a young starburst powering extended Ly α emission at z = 6.6.
2021MNRAS.501.5517G 174           X         4 2 ~ Predicting the observability of population III stars with ELT-HARMONI via the helium 1640 Å emission line. GRISDALE K., THATTE N., DEVRIENDT J., et al.
2021ApJ...909...64R 131           X         3 3 ~ Detection of tidal disruption events around direct-collapse black holes at high redshifts with the James Webb Space Telescope. REGOS E., VINKO J. and STERMECZKY Z.V.
2021MNRAS.502.3210L 17       D               1 23 16 The IRX-β relation of high-redshift galaxies. LIANG L., FELDMANN R., HAYWARD C.C., et al.
2021ApJ...908L..30P 87           X         2 7 ~ RELICS-DP7: spectroscopic confirmation of a dichromatic Primeval Galaxy at z ∼ 7. PELLICCIA D., STRAIT V., LEMAUX B.C., et al.
2021ApJ...911...78O viz 61       D     X         2 181 17 SILVERRUSH X: machine learning-aided selection of 9318 LAEs at z = 2.2, 3.3, 4.9, 5.7, 6.6, and 7.0 from the HSC SSP and CHORUS survey data. ONO Y., ITOH R., SHIBUYA T., et al.
2021ApJ...914...79T 46           X         1 6 15 The evolution of the Ultraluminous Lyα luminosity function over z = 5.7-6.6. TAYLOR A.J., COWIE L.L., BARGER A.J., et al.
2021ApJ...922L..39W 131           X         3 1 ~ Radio power from direct-collapse black holes. WHALEN D.J., MEZCUA M., PATRICK S.J., et al.
2022ApJ...926..230N 152       D     X         4 42 8 The Magellan M2FS Spectroscopic Survey of High-z Galaxies: Lyα Emitters at z ≃ 6.6 and the Evolution of Lyα Luminosity Function over z ≃ 5.7-6.6. NING Y., JIANG L., ZHENG Z.-Y., et al.
2022A&A...659A.116C 45           X         1 7 1 Near-IR narrow-band imaging with CIRCE at the Gran Telescopio Canarias: Searching for Lyα-emitters at z ∼ 9.3. CABELLO C., GALLEGO J., CARDIEL N., et al.
2022A&A...660A.137G viz 134           X         3 21 3 Tomography of the environment of the COSMOS/AzTEC-3 submillimeter galaxy at z ∼ 5.3 revealed by Lyα and MUSE observations. GUAITA L., ARAVENA M., GURUNG-LOPEZ S., et al.
2022ApJ...931..160B 91           X         2 50 96 Reionization Era Bright Emission Line Survey: Selection and Characterization of Luminous Interstellar Medium Reservoirs in the z > 6.5 Universe. BOUWENS R.J., SMIT R., SCHOUWS S., et al.
2022MNRAS.513.5134N 172           X         3 1 38 Diagnostics for PopIII galaxies and direct collapse black holes in the early universe. NAKAJIMA K. and MAIOLINO R.
2022A&A...663A.172M 108       D       C       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.
2022ApJ...935...52S 63       D     X         2 19 2 The Evolution of Lyα Emitter Line Widths from z = 5.7 to z = 6.6. SONGAILA A., BARGER A.J., COWIE L.L., et al.
2022ApJ...936L...8S 137           X         3 5 18 First Peek with JWST/NIRCam Wide-field Slitless Spectroscopy: Serendipitous Discovery of a Strong [O III]/Hα Emitter at z = 6.11. SUN F., EGAMI E., PIRZKAL N., et al.
2022ApJ...936...45H 62           X         1 1 17 Public Release of A-SLOTH: Ancient Stars and Local Observables by Tracing Halos. HARTWIG T., MAGG M., CHEN L.-H., et al.
2022MNRAS.517.1339G 45           X         1 4 3 The imprint of gas on gravitational waves from LISA intermediate-mass black hole binaries. GARG M., DERDZINSKI A., ZWICK L., et al.
2022MNRAS.517.5642E 18       D               1 31 29 The REBELS ALMA Survey: efficient Ly α transmission of UV-bright z ≃ 7 galaxies from large velocity offsets and broad line widths. ENDSLEY R., STARK D.P., BOUWENS R.J., et al.

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