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2001AJ....122.2833F 57 5 860 A survey of z>5.8 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. I. Discovery of three new quasars and the spatial density of luminous quasars at z∼6. FAN X., NARAYANAN V.K., LUPTON R.H., et al.
2001AJ....122.2850B 57 5 868 Evidence for reionization at z∼6: detection of a Gunn-Peterson trough in a z=6.28 quasar. BECKER R.H., FAN X., WHITE R.L., et al.
2001ApJ...563L...5R 22 2 135 Lyα emitters at redshift z = 5.7. RHOADS J.E. and MALHOTRA S.
2002AJ....123.1247F 57 3 517 Evolution of the ionizing background and the epoch of reionization from the spectra of z∼6 quasars. FAN X., NARAYANAN V.K., STRAUSS M.A., et al.
2002AJ....123.2151P 118 T K                 5 122 VLT optical and near-infrared observations of the z = 6.28 quasar
SDSS J1030+0524.
PENTERICCI L., FAN X., RIX H.-W., et al.
2002AJ....123.2183S 2 17 109 Approaching reionization: the evolution of the Ly α forest from z=4 to z=6. SONGAILA A. and COWIE L.L.
2002ApJ...569L...5B 43   K                 4 73 Exploratory Chandra observations of the three highest redshift quasars known. BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., FAN X., et al.
2002ApJ...570L...5M 38   K                 5 23 Chandra detection of highest redshift (z∼6) quasars in x-rays. MATHUR S., WILKES B.J. and GHOSH H.
2002ApJ...571L..71S 38   K                 6 30 A Chandra search for X-ray jets in z ~ 6 quasars. SCHWARTZ D.A.
2002ApJ...576L...1H 16 3 149 The detectability of high-redshift Lyα emission lines prior to the reionization of the Universe. HAIMAN Z.
2002ApJ...577...57W 4 4 49 Gravitational lensing of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey high-redshift quasars. WYITHE J.S.B. and LOEB A.
2002ApJ...578....1B 8 2 53 Effective screening due to minihalos during the epoch of reionization. BARKANA R. and LOEB A.
2002ApJ...578..702H 88 T                   1 47 A constraint on the gravitational lensing magnification and age of the redshift z=6.28 quasar
SDSS 1030+0524.
2002ApJ...579....1F 34 1 103 The 21 centimeter forest: radio absorption spectra as probes of minihalos before reionization. FURLANETTO S.R. and LOEB A.
2002ApJ...579..491L 10 1 32 How neutral is the intergalactic medium at z ∼ 6. LIDZ A., HUI L., ZALDARRIAGA M., et al.
2002ApJ...580...63C 2 4 35 Constraining the redshift z∼6 quasar luminosity function using gravitational lensing. COMERFORD J.M., HAIMAN Z. and SCHAYE J.
2002Msngr.108...24P 2 0 The VLT and the most distant quasars. PENTERICCI L., RIX H.-W., FAN X., et al.
2002Natur.417..923W 3 4 41 Magnification of light from many distant quasars by gravitational lenses. WYITHE J.S.B. and LOEB A.
2002PASJ...54..975S 10 18 SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2 at z=5.74 is gravitationally magnified by an intervening galaxy. SHIOYA Y., TANIGUCHI Y., MURAYAMA T., et al.
2002SciAm.287d..32S 5 0 The emptiest places. SCANNAPIECO E., PETITJEAN P. and BROADHURST T.
2002NewA....7...85B 7         O           2 47 Did the universe reionize at redshift six? BARKANA R.
2003AJ....125..433V 206 209 X-ray emission from radio-quiet quasars in the sloan digital sky survey early data release: the αoxDependence upon ultraviolet luminosity. VIGNALI C., BRANDT W.N. and SCHNEIDER D.P.
2003AJ....125.1649F 24 10 722 A survey of z>5.7 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. II. Discovery of three additional quasars at z>6. FAN X., STRAUSS M.A., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
2003AJ....125.2876V 47 66 Chandra and XMM-newton observations of the first quasars: x-rays from the age of cosmic enlightenment. VIGNALI C., BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
2003AJ....126....1W 30 3 277 Probing the ionization state of the universe at z>6. WHITE R.L., BECKER R.H., FAN X., et al.
2003AJ....126...15P 1 13 69 Sensitive observations at 1.4 and 250 GHz of z>5 QSOs. PETRIC A.O., CARILLI C.L., BERTOLDI F., et al.
2003ApJ...583...24K 45 1 135 Probing the reionization history of the universe using the cosmic microwave background polarization. KAPLINGHAT M., CHU M., HAIMAN Z., et al.
2003ApJ...587L..15W 29 3 267 A 3x109 Mblack hole in the quasar SDSS J1148+5251 at z=6.41. WILLOTT C.J., McLURE R.J. and JARVIS M.J.
2003ApJ...587L..67F 42   K                 6 92 Iron emission in z~6 QSOS. FREUDLING W., CORBIN M.R. and KORISTA K.T.
2003ApJ...588..119B 1 17 84 Chandra survey of radio-quiet, high-redshift quasars. BECHTOLD J., SIEMIGINOWSKA A., SHIELDS J., et al.
2003ApJ...594..695P 8 4 107 The C IV mass density of the universe at redshift 5. PETTINI M., MADAU P., BOLTE M., et al.
2003ApJ...596L.155M 22 53 Early star formation traced by the highest redshift quasars. MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., MUJICA R., et al.
2003ApJ...597L..13C 4 1 14 Galaxies inside Stromgren spheres of luminous quasars at z>6: detection of the first galaxies. CEN R.
2003ApJ...599..759C 2 6 53 Combining Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe and Sloan Digital Sky Survey quasar data on reionization constrains cosmological parameters and star formation efficiency. CHIU W.A., FAN X. and OSTRIKER J.P.
2003MNRAS.338..273M 34 1 103 Effects of a soft X-ray background on structure formation at high redshift. MACHACEK M.E., BRYAN G.L. and ABEL T.
2003MNRAS.343.1101C 40 1 122 Simulating intergalactic medium reionization. CIARDI B., STOEHR F. and WHITE S.D.M.
2003MNRAS.344L..74P 1 19 96 Quasars as probes of the submillimetre cosmos at z > 5 - I. Preliminary SCUBA photometry. PRIDDEY R.S., ISAAK K.G., McMAHON R.G., et al.
2003MNRAS.344..607S 57 1 172 Cosmic reionization by stellar sources: Population II stars. SOKASIAN A., ABEL T., HERNQUIST L., et al.
2003Natur.421..341B 7 2 45 Spectral signature of cosmological infall of gas around the first quasars. BARKANA R. and LOEB A.
2003PASJ...55..733Y 5 7 Are two z ∼ 6 quasars gravitationally lensed ? YAMADA S.F., SHIOYA Y., TANIGUCHI Y., et al.
2003PABei..21..269Z 14 0 High z galaxies and exoplanets. ZOU Z.-L.
2004A&A...420..889M 2 8 57 Extreme gas properties in the most distant quasars. MAIOLINO R., OLIVA E., GHINASSI F., et al.
2004AJ....127.1305R 41   K                 4 52 A snapshot survey for gravitational lenses among z≥4.0 quasars. I. The z>5.7 sample. RICHARDS G.T., STRAUSS M.A., PINDOR B., et al.
2004AJ....127.2598S 1 51 191 The evolution of the intergalactic medium transmission to redshift 6. SONGAILA A.
2004AJ....128..515F 49           X         1 9 348 A survey of z>5.7 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. III. Discovery of five additional quasars. FAN X., HENNAWI J.F., RICHARDS G.T., et al.
2004AJ....128..997C 2 8 51 Radio continuum imaging of Far-Infrared-Luminous QSOs at z > 6. CARILLI C.L., WALTER F., BERTOLDI F., et al.
2004ApJ...600..508S 14 1 43 Observable properties of cosmological reionization sources. STIAVELLI M., FALL S.M. and PANAGIA N.
2004ApJ...601..676V 8 7 180 Early growth and efficient accretion of massive black holes at high redshift. VESTERGAARD M.
2004ApJ...608...80S 12 19 High-redshift radio-quiet quasars: exploring the parameter space of accretion models. I. Hot semispherical flow. SOBOLEWSKA M.A., SIEMIGINOWSKA A. and ZYCKI P.T.
2004ApJ...611L..13F 42   K                 1 16 The X-ray spectrum of the z=6.30 QSO
SDSS J1030+0524.
2004ApJ...611L..69M 41 1 124 Evidence of a cosmological Stromgren surface and of significant neutral hydrogen surrounding the quasar SDSS J1030+0524. MESINGER A. and HAIMAN Z.
2004ApJ...613...23M 12 1 38 Probing the reionization history using the spectra of high-redshift sources. MESINGER A., HAIMAN Z. and CEN R.
2004ApJ...614...69I 1         O           12 41 Fe II/Mg II emission-line ratios of QSOs. II. z > 6 objects. IWAMURO F., KIMURA M., ETO S., et al.
2004ApJ...615L..21S 4 9 Chandra measurement of the X-ray spectrum of a quasar at z = 5.99. SCHWARTZ D.A. and VIRANI S.N.
2004ApJ...617..102S 16 19 High-redshift radio-quiet quasars: exploring the parameter space of accretion models. II. Patchy Corona model. SOBOLEWSKA M.A., SIEMIGINOWSKA A. and ZYCKI P.T.
2004MNRAS.350...47S 57 1 173 Cosmic reionization by stellar sources: population III stars. SOKASIAN A., YOSHIDA N., ABEL T., et al.
2004MNRAS.351L..29R 3 9 90 Submillimetre observations of z > 6 quasars. ROBSON I., PRIDDEY R.S., ISAAK K.G., et al.
2004MmSAI..75..218O 1 1 Telescopio Nazionale Galileo: a status report. OLIVA E.
2004Natur.427..815W 14 3 127 A large neutral fraction of cosmic hydrogen a billion years after the Big Bang. WYITHE J.S.B. and LOEB A.
2004AAS...205.8104G 3 0 MUSYC: a deep square-degree survey of the formation and evolution of galaxies and their central black holes. GAWISER E. (The MUSYC Collaboration)
2005A&A...434..133W 5 7 107 The Parkes quarter-Jansky flat-spectrum sample. III. Space density and evolution of QSOs. WALL J.V., JACKSON C.A., SHAVER P.A., et al.
2005A&A...436L..13F 9 13 High-resolution radio imaging of the most distant radio quasar SDSS J0836+0054. FREY S., PARAGI Z., MOSONI L., et al.
2005AJ....129.2102W 5 2 30 Hubble space telescope advanced camera for surveys observations of the z = 6.42 quasar SDSS J1148+5251: a leak in the Gunn-Peterson trough. WHITE R.L., BECKER R.H., FAN X., et al.
2005AJ....130.2647V viz 3 35 386 The recent and continuing assembly of field elliptical galaxies by red mergers. VAN DOKKUM P.G.
2005ApJ...620L...9O 8 2 51 How universal is the Gunn-Peterson trough at z∼6?: a closer look at the quasar SDSS J1148+5251. OH S.P. and FURLANETTO S.R.
2005ApJ...620...31Y 3 4 39 The Stromgren sphere, the environment, and the reionization in the local universe of the highest redshift QSOs. YU Q. and LU Y.
2005ApJ...622L...1S 4 4 52 Evidence of primordial clustering around the QSO SDSS J1030+0524 at z=6.28. STIAVELLI M., DJORGOVSKI S.G., PAVLOVSKY C., et al.
2005ApJ...626..657W 1 13 40 Imaging of SDSS z > 6 quasar fields: gravitational lensing, companion galaxies, and the host dark matter halos. WILLOTT C.J., PERCIVAL W.J., McLURE R.J., et al.
2005ApJ...628..575W 2 7 59 Improved constraints on the neutral intergalactic hydrogen surrounding quasars at redshifts z > 6. WYITHE J.S.B., LOEB A. and CARILLI C.
2005ApJ...630..729S 1 13 47 The X-ray spectral properties and variability of luminous high-redshift active galactic nuclei. SHEMMER O., BRANDT W.N., VIGNALI C., et al.
2005ApJ...631...59P 2 3 25 A statistical analysis of intergalactic medium transmission approaching reionization. PASCHOS P. and NORMAN M.L.
2005ApJ...634..715W 2 7 53 Prospects for redshifted 21 cm observations of quasar H II regions. WYITHE J.S.B., LOEB A. and BARNES D.G.
2005MNRAS.363.1031F 30 2 185 Taxing the rich: recombinations and bubble growth during reionization. FURLANETTO S.R. and OH S.P.
2005MNRAS.364..195P 87 107 XMM-Newton spectroscopy of high-redshift quasars. PAGE K.L., REEVES J.N., O'BRIEN P.T., et al.
2006A&A...450..495W 1         O           15 38 Quasars near the line of sight towards Q 0302-003 and the transverse proximity effect. WORSECK G. and WISOTZKI L.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108224 628 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2006AJ....131...55G 21 26 XMM-Newton observations of high-redshift quasars. GRUPE D., MATHUR S., WILKES B., et al.
2006AJ....132..117F 31 19 1180 Constraining the evolution of the ionizing background and the epoch of reionization with z∼6 quasars. II. A sample of 19 quasars. FAN X., STRAUSS M.A., BECKER R.H., et al.
2006ApJ...637L..69W 2 11 56 Outshining the quasars at reionization: the X-ray spectrum and light curve of the redshift 6.29 gamma-ray burst GRB 050904. WATSON D., REEVES J.N., HJORTH J., et al.
2006ApJ...640...69B 41   K                 8 68 Discovery of excess O I absorption toward the z=6.42 QSO SDSS J1148+5251. BECKER G.D., SARGENT W.L.W., RAUCH M., et al.
2006ApJ...640..574Z 1 13 39 An overdensity of galaxies near the most distant radio-loud quasar. ZHENG W., OVERZIER R.A., BOUWENS R.J., et al.
2006ApJ...644...86S 1 30 87 Chandra observations of the highest redshift quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. SHEMMER O., BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
2006ApJ...647L..95M 32 1 64 The volume fraction of ionized intergalactic gas at redshift z=6.5. MALHOTRA S. and RHOADS J.E.
2006ApJS..162....1G viz 63 2 252 The Multiwavelength Survey by Yale-Chile (MUSYC): survey design and deep public UBVRIz' images and catalogs of the Extended Hubble Deep Field-South. GAWISER E., VAN DOKKUM P.G., HERRERA D., et al.
2006MNRAS.365..345H 2 5 24 Forming supermassive black holes by accreting dark and baryon matter. HU J., SHEN Y., LOU Y.-Q., et al.
2006MNRAS.370.1401G 6 4 54 Constraining the reionization history with QSO absorption spectra. GALLERANI S., CHOUDHURY T.R. and FERRARA A.
2006MNRAS.371L..78R 10 3 60 Intergalactic CIV absorption at redshifts 5.4 to 6. RYAN-WEBER E.V., PETTINI M. and MADAU P.
2006ARA&A..44..415F 275           X C       6 23 675 Observational constraints on cosmic reionization. FAN X., CARILLI C.L. and KEATING B.
2006NewAR..50..146M 1 1 Probing reionization with the cosmological proximity effect and high-redshift supernovae rates. MESINGER A.
2006NewAR..50..191C 1 1 3 Cosmological reionization in LCDM models with and without a scalar field. CEN R.
2004MNRAS.355.1053D 14 2 88 The 21-cm emission from the reionization epoch: extended and point source foregrounds. DI MATTEO T., CIARDI B. and MINIATI F.
2006PASJ...58..499A 13 4 New corroborative evidence for the overdensity of galaxies around the radio-loud quasar SDSS J0836+0054 at z = 5.8. AJIKI M., TANIGUCHI Y., MURAYAMA T., et al.
2006MmSAI..77..635F 18 4 Evolution of high-redshift quasars. FAN X.
2006AJ....132.2127J 4 14 114 Probing the evolution of infrared properties of z∼6 quasars: Spitzer observations. JIANG L., FAN X., HINES D.C., et al.
2006ApJ...653..977S 10 2 42 High-redshift intergalactic C IV abundance measurements from the near-infrared spectra of two z ∼ 6 QSOs. SIMCOE R.A.
2007MNRAS.374..493B 15 4 126 The nature and evolution of the highly ionized near-zones in the absorption spectra of z ≃ 6 quasars. BOLTON J.S. and HAEHNELT M.G.
2006NewAR..50..665F 3 19 128 Evolution of high-redshift quasars. FAN X.-H.
2007ApJ...657...15K 32 1 65 Large-scale simulations of reionization. KOHLER K., GNEDIN N.Y. and HAMILTON A.J.S.
2007RPPh...70..627B 43 1 87 The physics and early history of the intergalactic medium. BARKANA R. and LOEB A.
2007ApJ...660..923M 4 5 49 Constraints on reionization and source properties from the absorption spectra of z > 6.2 quasars. MESINGER A. and HAIMAN Z.
2007ApJ...660.1051S 3 5 36 On the faint end of the high-redshift active galactic nucleus luminosity function. SHANKAR F. and MATHUR S.
2007ApJ...662...72B viz 17       D               55 227 The evolution of optical depth in the Lyα forest: evidence against reionization at z∼6. BECKER G.D., RAUCH M. and SARGENT W.L.W.
2007MNRAS.376L..34M 250           X C       5 1 51 On the size of HII regions around high-redshift quasars. MASELLI A., GALLERANI S., FERRARA A., et al.
2007ApJ...664....1S 1 2 5 Hydrogen 2p-2s transition: signals from the epochs of recombination and reionization. SETHI S.K., SUBRAHMANYAN R. and ROSHI D.A.
2007AJ....134..617W 1 19 70 Millimeter and radio observations of z ∼ 6 quasars. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., BEELEN A., et al.
2007AJ....134.1150J 15 7 213 Gemini near-infrared spectroscopy of luminous z ∼ 6 quasars: chemical abundances, black hole masses, and mg II absorption. JIANG L., FAN X., VESTERGAARD M., et al.
2007MNRAS.381L..35B 55       D     X         2 5 32 A closer look at using quasar near-zones as a probe of neutral hydrogen in the intergalactic medium. BOLTON J.S. and HAEHNELT M.G.
2007ApJ...669...32K 17 6 204 Black hole masses and enrichment of z ∼ 6 SDSS quasars. KURK J.D., WALTER F., FAN X., et al.
2007ApJ...670...39L 39 1 78 Quasar proximity zones and patchy reionization. LIDZ A., McQUINN M., ZALDARRIAGA M., et al.
2007AJ....134.2435W 47           X         1 11 233 Four quasars above redshift 6 discovered by the Canada-France high-z quasar survey. WILLOTT C.J., DELORME P., OMONT A., et al.
2008MNRAS.383..289P 467       D     X C F     11 20 29 Environments of z > 5 quasars: searching for protoclusters at submillimetre wavelengths. PRIDDEY R.S., IVISON R.J. and ISAAK K.G.
2008ApJ...673...39F 41           X         1 5 34 The Line-of-Sight proximity effect and the mass of quasar host halos. FAUCHER-GIGUERE C.-A., LIDZ A., ZALDARRIAGA M., et al.
2008MNRAS.385.1348M 118           X         3 4 41 Lyα damping wing constraints on inhomogeneous reionization. MESINGER A. and FURLANETTO S.R.
2008MNRAS.386..359G 154           X C F     2 7 50 Glimpsing through the high-redshift neutral hydrogen fog. GALLERANI S., FERRARA A., FAN X., et al.
2007A&G....48c..27L 4 1 Wide-field Surveys and Astronomical Discovery Space. LAWRENCE A.
2008ApJ...687..848W 17       D               1 35 143 Thermal emission from warm dust in the most distant quasars. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., WAGG J., et al.
2009PASP..121....2V 40           X         1 19 76 The NEWFIRM medium-band survey: filter definitions and first results. VAN DOKKUM P.G., LABBE I., MARCHESINI D., et al.
2009A&A...494L..25J 16       D               1 30 92 The metallicity of the most distant quasars. JUAREZ Y., MAIOLINO R., MUJICA R., et al.
2009MNRAS.394..577O 95       D     X         3 9 80 ΛCDM predictions for galaxy protoclusters - I. The relation between galaxies, protoclusters and quasars at z ∼ 6. OVERZIER R.A., GUO Q., KAUFFMANN G., et al.
2009ApJ...695..809K 1076       D     X C F     27 45 60 The environments of high-redshift quasi-stellar objects. KIM S., STIAVELLI M., TRENTI M., et al.
2009ApJ...698.1010B 703       D     X C F     17 6 72 High-redshift metals. I. The decline of C IV at z > 5.3. BECKER G.D., RAUCH M. and SARGENT W.L.W.
2009MNRAS.395.1476R 474       D S   X C F     10 13 105 A downturn in intergalactic C IV as redshift 6 is approached. RYAN-WEBER E.V., PETTINI M., MADAU P., et al.
2009MNRAS.395.1925M 91       D         F     2 15 17 Interpreting the transmission windows of distant quasars. MASELLI A., FERRARA A. and GALLERANI S.
2009MNRAS.396..729O 120           X         3 6 72 Tracing the re-ionization-epoch intergalactic medium with metal absorption lines. OPPENHEIMER B.D., DAVE R. and FINLATOR K.
2009ApJ...704..548O viz 531     A D     X C F     13 116 19 Stellar masses of Lyman break galaxies, Lyα emitters, and radio galaxies in overdense regions at z = 4-6. OVERZIER R.A., SHU X., ZHENG W., et al.
2008PABei..26...41D 41 0 Observational study of gamma-ray bursts in Swift era. DONG Y.-M. and LU T.
2009MNRAS.400.1493K viz 189           X C F     3 113 6 Probing re-ionization with quasar spectra: the impact of the intrinsic Lyman α emission line shape uncertainty. KRAMER R.H. and HAIMAN Z.
2010ApJ...714..834C 16       D               1 27 74 Ionization near zones associated with quasars at z ∼ 6. CARILLI C.L., WANG R., FAN X., et al.
2010AJ....140..546W 44           X         1 21 288 Eddington-limited accretion and the black hole mass function at redshift 6. WILLOTT C.J., ALBERT L., ARZOUMANIAN D., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 15       D               1 168913 597 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010ApJ...721.1680U 44           X         1 4 49 A large number of z > 6 galaxies around a QSO at z = 6.43: evidence for a protocluster? UTSUMI Y., GOTO T., KASHIKAWA N., et al.
2010A&A...523A..85G 16       D               2 39 127 The extinction law at high redshift and its implications. GALLERANI S., MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., et al.
2011A&A...527A.126P viz 15       D               1 16772 65 Cross-correlation of the 2XMMi catalogue with Data Release 7 of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. PINEAU F.-X., MOTCH C., CARRERA F., et al.
2011MNRAS.412.2543C 97       D         F     3 15 170 Measurements of the ultraviolet background at 4.6 < z < 6.4 using the quasar proximity effect. CALVERLEY A.P., BECKER G.D., HAEHNELT M.G., et al.
2011Natur.474..616M 122 5 1228 A luminous quasar at a redshift of z = 7.085. MORTIOCK D.J., WARREN S.J., VENEMANS B.P., et al.
2011ApJ...735...93B 16       D               1 17 55 High-redshift metals. II. Probing reionization galaxies with low-ionization absorption lines at redshift six. BECKER G.D., SARGENT W.L.W., RAUCH M., et al.
2011ApJ...736...66R 132       D     X         4 7 20 The dark side of QSO formation at high redshifts. ROMANO-DIAZ E., SHLOSMAN I., TRENTI M., et al.
2011MNRAS.415.3237M 17       D               1 13 75 The first (nearly) model-independent constraint on the neutral hydrogen fraction at z ∼ 5-6. McGREER I.D., MESINGER A. and FAN X.
2011ApJ...739...56D 210       D     X         6 23 183 Evidence for non-evolving Fe II/Mg II ratios in rapidly accreting z ∼ 6 QSOs. DE ROSA G., DECARLI R., WALTER F., et al.
2011ApJ...743...21S 401       D S   X C       9 13 67 Constraints on the universal C IV mass density at z ∼ 6 from early infrared spectra obtained with the Magellan FIRE spectrograph. SIMCOE R.A., COOKSEY K.L., MATEJEK M., et al.
2011MNRAS.418...74H 323       D     X C       8 21 14 AzTEC 1.1-mm images of 16 radio galaxies at 0.5 < z < 5.2 and a quasar at z= 6.3. HUMPHREY A., ZEBALLOS M., ARETXAGA I., et al.
2011MNRAS.418..820D 485     A     X         13 4 12 A galaxy as the source of a C IV absorption system close to the epoch of reionization. DIAZ C.G., RYAN-WEBER E.V., COOKE J., et al.
2012MNRAS.419..390M 194           X   F     4 12 32 Probabilistic selection of high-redshift quasars. MORTLOCK D.J., PATEL M., WARREN S.J., et al.
2012MNRAS.419.2880B 370       D     X C F     8 7 85 Improved measurements of the intergalactic medium temperature around quasars: possible evidence for the initial stages of He II reionization at z ≃ 6. BOLTON J.S., BECKER G.D., RASKUTTI S., et al.
2012AJ....143..142M 79               F     1 9 37 The first high-redshift quasar from Pan-STARRS. MORGANSON E., DE ROSA G., DECARLI R., et al.
2012ApJ...756..150D 954   K A S   X C       23 3 15 Hubble space telescope narrowband search for extended Lyα emission around two z > 6 quasars. DECARLI R., WALTER F., YANG Y., et al.
2012RAA....12..865F 33 14 Observations of the first light and the epoch of reionization. FAN X.
2012ApJ...761..112M viz 93       D       C       7 47 42 A survey of Mg II absorption at 2 < z < 6 with Magellan/FIRE. I. Sample and evolution of the Mg II frequency. MATEJEK M.S. and SIMCOE R.A.
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