SDSS J104433.04-012502.0 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2000AJ....120.1167F 46   K                 7 218 The discovery of a luminous z=5.80 quasar from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. FAN X., WHITE R.L., DAVIS M., et al.
2001A&A...372L...5M 9 1 29 Discovery of strong CIV absorption in the highest redshift quasar. MAIOLINO R., MANNUCCI F., BAFFA C., et al.
2001AJ....121..591B 111 T K                 14 46 An XMM-Newton detection of the z=5.80 X-ray-weak quasar
SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2.
2001AJ....122.1688M 111 T K                 3 9 The z=5.8 quasar
SDSSp J1044-0125: a peek at quasar evolution.
2001AJ....122.2143V 51 51 Exploratory Chandra observations of the highest-redshift quasars: x-rays from the dawn of the modern universe. VIGNALI C., BRANDT W.N., FAN X., et al.
2001AJ....122.2833F 49 5 745 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 52 5 789 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...552..459H 27 2 163 What is the highest plausible redshift of luminous quasars? HAIMAN Z. and LOEB A.
2001ApJ...558..109G 1 21 122 A Chandra survey of broad absorption line quasars. GREEN P.J., ALDCROFT T.L., MATHUR S., et al.
2001ApJ...558..482B 39 1 119 Constraints on warm dark matter from cosmological reionization. BARKANA R., HAIMAN Z. and OSTRIKER J.P.
2001ApJ...560L...5D 72   K                 2 215 On the threshold of the reionization epoch. DJORGOVSKI S.G., CASTRO S., STERN D., et al.
2001ApJ...561L..23G 114 T K                 3 36 J-band spectroscopy of the z = 5.74 broad absorption line quasar SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2. GOODRICH R.W., CAMPBELL R., CHAFFEE F.H., et al.
2001ApJ...563L...5R 20 2 124 Lyα emitters at redshift z = 5.7. RHOADS J.E. and MALHOTRA S.
2001ApJS..136..225K 55 32 A search for signatures of quasar evolution: comparison of the shapes of the rest-frame Optical/Ultraviolet continua of quasars at z>3 and z∼0.1. KUHN O., ELVIS M., BECHTOLD J., et al.
2001MNRAS.326L..45S 13 14 First results from the Isaac Newton Telescope Wide Angle Survey: the z > 5 quasar survey. SHARP R.G., McMAHON R.G., IRWIN M.J., et al.
2001ARA&A..39...19L 39 2 237 The reionization of the Universe by the first stars and quasars. LOEB A. and BARKANA R.
2001PASJ...53..871I 73 T                   4 4 CO (J=6-5) observations of the quasar
SDSS 1044-0125 at z=5.8.
2001INGN....4...13S 9 0 High redshift quasars in the ING Wide Field Survey. SHARP R., HODGKIN S., McMAHON R., et al.
2002AJ....123.1247F 49 3 441 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....123.1288W 110 T K                 6 0 Search for molecular gas in the quasar
SDSS 1044-0125 at z=5.73.
2002AJ....123.2183S 1 17 100 Approaching reionization: the evolution of the Ly α forest from z=4 to z=6. SONGAILA A. and COWIE L.L.
2002ApJ...565..696L 1 27 146 Molecular hydrogen, deuterium, and metal abundances in the damped Lyα system at zabs=3.025 toward Q0347-3819. LEVSHAKOV S.A., DESSAUGES-ZAVADSKY M., D'ODORICO S., et al.
2002ApJ...569L...5B 5 4 64 Exploratory Chandra observations of the three highest redshift quasars known. BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., FAN X., et al.
2002ApJ...570L...5M 1 5 23 Chandra detection of highest redshift (z∼6) quasars in x-rays. MATHUR S., WILKES B.J. and GHOSH H.
2002ApJ...576L..25A 1 12 53 A new high-redshift Lyα emitter: possible superwind galaxy at z=5.69. AJIKI M., TANIGUCHI Y., MURAYAMA T., et al.
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...580...63C 2 4 35 Constraining the redshift z∼6 quasar luminosity function using gravitational lensing. COMERFORD J.M., HAIMAN Z. and SCHAYE J.
2002MNRAS.336.1021O 4 3 43 Probing the dark ages with metal absorption lines. OH S.P.
2002MmSAI..73.1007C 11 0 Early results from AGN observations with XMM-Newton. CLAVEL J.
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..353A 74 T                   2 7 Detection of iron emission in the z=5.74 QSO
SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2.
2002PASJ...54..975S 73 T                   10 18
SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2 at z=5.74 is gravitationally magnified by an intervening galaxy.
2002NewA....7...85B 7 2 47 Did the universe reionize at redshift six? BARKANA R.
2003A&A...412..689P 101 44 An XMM-Newton study of the hard X-ray sky. PICONCELLI E., CAPPI M., BASSANI L., et al.
2003AJ....125..418V 57 46 X-ray lighthouses of the high-redshift universe: probing the most luminous z>4 Palomar digital sky survey quasars with Chandra. VIGNALI C., BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
2003AJ....125..433V 206 143 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 17 10 525 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....126...15P 1 13 56 Sensitive observations at 1.4 and 250 GHz of z>5 QSOs. PETRIC A.O., CARILLI C.L., BERTOLDI F., et al.
2003AJ....126.2091A 1 26 98 A SUBARU search for Lyα emitters at redshift 5.7. AJIKI M., TANIGUCHI Y., FUJITA S.S., et al.
2003ApJ...585L..97T 10 29 The discovery of a very narrow line star-forming object at a redshift of 5.66. TANIGUCHI Y., AJIKI M., MURAYAMA T., et al.
2003ApJ...586L.115F 21 1 63 The Hα luminosity function and star formation rate at z ~ 0.24 based on Subaru deep imaging data. FUJITA S.S., AJIKI M., SHIOYA Y., et al.
2003ApJ...587L..67F 42   K                 6 92 Iron emission in z~6 QSOS. FREUDLING W., CORBIN M.R. and KORISTA K.T.
2003ApJ...589...53H 3 7 Chemical composition of the early universe. HARWIT M. and SPAANS M.
2003ApJ...596L..39S 6 12 Gemini-South+FLAMINGOS demonstration science: near-infrared spectroscopy of the z = 5.77 quasar SDSS J083643.85+005453.3. STERN D., HALL P.B., BARRIENTOS L.F., et al.
2003ApJ...596L.155M 22 53 Early star formation traced by the highest redshift quasars. MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., MUJICA R., et al.
2003MNRAS.344L..74P 1 19 72 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.
2003MmSAI..74..118O 3 6 NICS, the Near Infrared Camera-Spectrometer of the TNG. OLIVA E.
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....1G 13 20 XMM-Newton observations of two high-redshift quasars: RX J1028-0844 and BR 0351-1034. GRUPE D., MATHUR S., WILKES B., 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 51 150 The evolution of the intergalactic medium transmission to redshift 6. SONGAILA A.
2004AJ....128..515F 47           X         1 9 270 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.
2004ApJ...601..805U 10 17 The Hα luminosity function of the galaxy cluster A521 at z = 0.25. UMEDA K., YAGI M., YAMADA S.F., et al.
2004MNRAS.349..687B 16 8 XMM-Newton spectroscopy of high-redshift quasars. BROCKSOPP C., PUCHNAREWICZ E.M., MASON K.O., et al.
2004MNRAS.350.1079L 7 4 A search for X-ray flashes with XMM-Newton. LAW N.M., RUTLEDGE R.E. and KULKARNI S.R.
2004MNRAS.351.1266W 2 2 13 The shallow slope of the z∼ 6 quasar luminosity function: limits from the lack of multiple-image gravitational lenses. WYITHE J.S.B.
2004Natur.431..533M 12 5 194 A supernova origin for dust in a high-redshift quasar. MAIOLINO R., SCHNEIDER R., OLIVA E., et al.
2004PASJ...56..597A 1 7 30 A Subaru search for Lyman-alpha emitters at z = 5.8 with an intermediate-band filter. AJIKI M., TANIGUCHI Y., FUJITA S.S., 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.
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...635..784D 6 5 61 The near-infrared background: interplanetary dust or primordial stars? DWEK E., ARENDT R.G. and KRENNRICH F.
2005PASJ...57..287S 1 2 6 The intermediate-band dropout method: a new method to search for high-redshift galaxies. SHIOYA Y., TANIGUCHI Y., AJIKI M., et al.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108223 545 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 24 19 939 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.
2006ApJS..163..110S 55 18 Quasar spectrum classification with principal component analysis (PCA): emission lines in the Lyα forest. SUZUKI N.
2006MNRAS.370.1401G 6 4 54 Constraining the reionization history with QSO absorption spectra. GALLERANI S., CHOUDHURY T.R. and FERRARA A.
2006ARA&A..44..415F 161           X C       3 23 548 Observational constraints on cosmic reionization. FAN X., CARILLI C.L. and KEATING B.
2006PASJ...58..113A 75 T                   56 9 Strong emission-line galaxies at low redshifts in the field around the quasar
SDSSp J104433.04-012502.2.
2006PASJ...58..313S viz 1 66 219 Ly-alpha emitters at z = 5.7 in the Subaru deep field. SHIMASAKU K., KASHIKAWA N., DOI M., et al.
2006MmSAI..77..635F 18 4 Evolution of high-redshift quasars. FAN X.
2006AJ....132.2127J 2 14 81 Probing the evolution of infrared properties of z∼6 quasars: Spitzer observations. JIANG L., FAN X., HINES D.C., et al.
2006NewAR..50..665F 2 19 83 Evolution of high-redshift quasars. FAN X.-H.
2007ApJ...657..738L viz 80 101 The luminosity function and star formation rate between redshifts of 0.07 and 1.47 for narrowband emitters in the Subaru Deep Field. LY C., MALKAN M.A., KASHIKAWA N., et al.
2007A&A...470..821D viz 15       D   O           2 29 37 BLOX: the Bonn lensing, optical, and X-ray selected galaxy clusters. I. Cluster catalog construction. DIETRICH J.P., ERBEN T., LAMER G., et al.
2007AJ....134..617W 1 19 54 Millimeter and radio observations of z ∼ 6 quasars. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., BEELEN A., et al.
2007AJ....134.1150J 7 7 101 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.
2007AJ....134.2435W 43           X         1 11 121 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 508       D     X C F     12 20 29 Environments of z > 5 quasars: searching for protoclusters at submillimetre wavelengths. PRIDDEY R.S., IVISON R.J. and ISAAK K.G.
2008MNRAS.384.1725H 40           X         1 6 24 Extinction curves flattened by reverse shocks in supernovae. HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., TAKEUCHI T.T., et al.
2008MNRAS.386..359G 79           X         2 7 50 Glimpsing through the high-redshift neutral hydrogen fog. GALLERANI S., FERRARA A., FAN X., et al.
2008ApJ...687..848W 16       D               2 35 88 Thermal emission from warm dust in the most distant quasars. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., WAGG J., et al.
2008A&A...490.1165F 76             C       1 9 10 The Hubble Legacy Archive NICMOS grism data. FREUDLING W., KUEMMEL M., HAASE J., et al.
2009A&A...494L..25J 16       D               1 30 63 The metallicity of the most distant quasars. JUAREZ Y., MAIOLINO R., MUJICA R., et al.
2009ApJ...696..546S viz 38           X         1 86 28 Photometric properties of Lyα emitters at z∼4.86 in the COSMOS 2 square degree field. SHIOYA Y., TANIGUCHI Y., SASAKI S.S., et al.
2009MNRAS.395.1476R 40           X         1 13 66 A downturn in intergalactic C IV as redshift 6 is approached. RYAN-WEBER E.V., PETTINI M., MADAU P., et al.
2009A&A...505...97M 77           X         2 8 31 Discovery of a redshift 6.13 quasar in the UKIRT infrared deep sky survey. MORTLOCK D.J., PATEL M., WARREN S.J., et al.
2009A&A...508..133G viz 15       D               1 99 19 Damped and sub-damped Lyman-α absorbers in z > 4 QSOs. GUIMARAES R., PETITJEAN P., DE CARVALHO R.R., et al.
2008ChJAA...8...12H 15       D               1 75 13 Growth of Black Holes and Their Host Spheroids in (Sub)mm-loud High-Redshift QSOs. HAO C.-N., XIA X.-Y., MAO S.-D., et al.
2010ApJ...714..699W 519       D     X C F     12 18 162 Molecular gas in z ∼ 6 quasar host galaxies. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., NERI R., et al.
2010ApJ...714..834C 55       D     X         2 27 65 Ionization near zones associated with quasars at z ∼ 6. CARILLI C.L., WANG R., FAN X., et al.
2010A&A...515A...2S 15       D               3 88 18 A revision of the X-ray absorption nature of BALQSOs. STREBLYANSKA A., BARCONS X., CARRERA F.J., et al.
2010A&A...518A..10V viz 15       D               1 168912 373 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 13th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
2010ApJ...721.1448S 15       D               1 89 133 The evolution of Lyman limit absorption systems to redshift six. SONGAILA A. and COWIE L.L.
2010AJ....140.1960M 38           X         1 4 0 XMM-Newton observations of the radio-loud broad absorption line quasar FBQS J131213.5+231958. MATHUR S. and DAI X.
2010A&A...522A..15M 134       D   O X C       3 11 84 Dust grain growth in the interstellar medium of 5 < z < 6.5 quasars. MICHALOWSKI M.J., MURPHY E.J., HJORTH J., et al.
2010A&A...523A..85G 16       D               2 39 94 The extinction law at high redshift and its implications. GALLERANI S., MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., et al.
2011ApJ...727...40F 77             C       1 27 26 Deep 21 cm H I observations at z ~ 0.1: the precursor to the Arecibo Ultra Deep Survey. FREUDLING W., STAVELEY-SMITH L., CATINELLA B., et al.
2011ApJ...730..108R 15       D               1 49 34 Molecular gas in lensed z >2 quasar host galaxies and the star formation law for galaxies with luminous active galactic nuclei. RIECHERS D.A.
2011MNRAS.412.1926W 43           X         1 8 72 Near-zone sizes and the rest-frame extreme ultraviolet spectral index of the highest redshift quasars. WYITHE J.S.B. and BOLTON J.S.
2011ApJ...735...93B 16       D               1 17 48 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.
2012MNRAS.419..390M 118           X   F     2 12 32 Probabilistic selection of high-redshift quasars. MORTLOCK D.J., PATEL M., WARREN S.J., et al.
2012AJ....143..142M 80               F     1 9 37 The first high-redshift quasar from Pan-STARRS. MORGANSON E., DE ROSA G., DECARLI R., et al.
2012ApJ...751L..25V 43           X         1 12 114 Detection of atomic carbon [C II] 158 µm and dust emission from a z = 7.1 quasar host galaxy. VENEMANS B.P., McMAHON R.G., WALTER F., et al.
2013ApJ...766..122N 39           X         1 3 2 A gravitational lens model for the Lyα emitter LAE 221724+001716 at z = 3.1 in the SSA 22 field. NAKAHIRO Y., TANIGUCHI Y., INOUE A.K., et al.
2013ApJ...768..173H 1558     A S   X C F     37 29 14 On inferring extinction laws in z ∼ 6 quasars as signatures of supernova dust. HJORTH J., VREESWIJK P.M., GALL C., et al.
2013ApJ...772..103L 292       D     X C F     6 11 37 Complete infrared spectral energy distributions of millimeter detected quasars at z > 5. LEIPSKI C., MEISENHEIMER K., WALTER F., et al.
2013ApJ...773...44W 574       D     X C       14 11 178 Star formation and gas kinematics of quasar host galaxies at z ∼ 6: new insights from ALMA. WANG R., WAGG J., CARILLI C.L., et al.
2013A&A...556A.140Z 16       D               1 249 20 The ESO UVES advanced data products quasar sample. I. Dataset and new NHI measurements of damped absorbers. ZAFAR T., POPPING A. and PEROUX C.
2013A&A...556A.141Z viz 16       D               1 252 95 The ESO UVES advanced data products quasar sample. II. Cosmological evolution of the neutral gas mass density. ZAFAR T., PEROUX C., POPPING A., et al.
2013MNRAS.435.1198D viz 137       D S   X         3 8 56 Metals in the IGM approaching the re-ionization epoch: results from X-shooter at the VLT. D'ODORICO V., CUPANI G., CRISTIANI S., et al.
2014MNRAS.438.2483M 135       D     X         4 13 14 Extreme galaxies during reionization: testing ISM and disc models. MUNOZ J.A. and FURLANETTO S.R.
2014MNRAS.438.2765C 16       D               1 60 33 The dust content of QSO hosts at high redshift. CALURA F., GILLI R., VIGNALI C., et al.
2014A&A...562A..35N viz 16       D               1 29 25 High-resolution C+ imaging of HDF 850.1 reveals a merging galaxy at z = 5.185. NERI R., DOWNES D., COX P., et al.
2014ApJ...785..154L 95       D       C       7 69 58 Spectral energy distributions of QSOs at z > 5: common active galactic nucleus-heated dust and occasionally strong star-formation. LEIPSKI C., MEISENHEIMER K., WALTER F., et al.
2014AJ....148...14B 16       D               2 44 80 Discovery of eight z ∼ 6 quasars from Pan-STARRS1. BANADOS E., VENEMANS B.P., MORGANSON E., et al.
2014ApJ...795....5O 16       D               1 36 47 Faint submillimeter galaxies revealed by multifield deep ALMA observations: number counts, spatial clustering, and a dark submillimeter line emitter. ONO Y., OUCHI M., KURONO Y., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.2442V 493       D     X C       12 17 38 High-redshift quasars host galaxies: is there a stellar mass crisis ? VALIANTE R., SCHNEIDER R., SALVADORI S., et al.
2015ApJ...801..123W 18       D               1 16 47 Star formation rate and dynamical mass of 108 solar mass black hole host galaxies at redshift 6. WILLOTT C.J., BERGERON J. and OMONT A.
2015A&A...575A..31B viz 42           X         1 8 18 The spectral energy distribution of the redshift 7.1 quasar ULAS J1120+0641. BARNETT R., WARREN S.J., BANERJI M., et al.
2015MNRAS.447..499M 101       D         F     2 23 134 Model-independent evidence in favour of an end to reionization by z ∼ 6. McGREER I.D., MESINGER A. and D'ODORICO V.
2015ApJ...804..118B 16       D               1 56 23 Constraining the radio-loud fraction of quasars at z > 5.5. BANADOS E., VENEMANS B.P., MORGANSON E., et al.
2015AJ....149..188J 17       D               1 16 29 Discovery of eight z ∼ 6 quasars in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey overlap regions. JIANG L., McGREER I.D., FAN X., et al.
2015ApJ...806..109J viz 16       D               1 154 31 Rest-frame optical spectra and black hole masses of 3 <z<6 quasars. JUN H.D., IM M., LEE H.M., et al.
2015MNRAS.449.2883G 16       D               1 58 54 The nature of the [CII] emission in dusty star-forming galaxies from the SPT survey. GULLBERG B., DE BREUCK C., VIEIRA J.D., et al.
2016ApJ...816...85L 138       D     X C       3 136 17 The contribution of host galaxies to the infrared energy output of z≳5.0 quasars. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and ALBERTS S.
2016ApJ...819...24W viz 16       D               1 796 26 A survey of luminous high-redshift quasars with SDSS and WISE. I. Target selection and optical spectroscopy. WANG F., WU X.-B., FAN X., et al.
2015MNRAS.447L..16N 44           X         1 4 19 Evolution of grain size distribution in high-redshift dusty quasars: integrating large amounts of dust and unusual extinction curves. NOZAWA T., ASANO R.S., HIRASHITA H., et al.
2016ARA&A..54..313M 83             C       1 25 64 The evolution of the intergalactic medium. McQUINN M.
2016ApJ...833..222J 17       D               1 52 64 The final SDSS high-redshift quasar sample of 52 quasars at z>5.7. JIANG L., McGREER I.D., FAN X., et al.
2017ApJ...838..135Y 16       D               1 8 1 The physical constraints on a new LoBAL QSO at z = 4.82. YI W., GREEN R., BAI J.-M., et al.
2017MNRAS.467.3513T 16       D               1 30 1 On the dust and gas components of the z = 2.8 gravitationally lensed quasar host RX J0911.4+0551. TUAN-ANH P., HOAI D.T., NHUNG P.T., et al.
2017A&A...603A.128N 123           X         3 30 14 The X-ray properties of z ∼ 6 luminous quasars. NANNI R., VIGNALI C., GILLI R., et al.
2017ApJ...850..108W 42           X         1 9 12 A wide dispersion in star formation rate and dynamical mass of 108 solar mass black hole host galaxies at redshift 6. WILLOTT C.J., BERGERON J. and OMONT A.
2018ApJ...854...97D 17       D               1 50 18 An ALMA [C II] survey of 27 quasars at z > 5.94. DECARLI R., WALTER F., VENEMANS B.P., et al.
2018MNRAS.477.5382B 69     A     X         2 2 5 The most massive galaxies and black holes allowed by ΛCDM. BEHROOZI P. and SILK J.
2018ApJ...864...53E 42           X         1 49 6 The opacity of the intergalactic medium measured along quasar sightlines at z ∼ 6. EILERS A.-C., DAVIES F.B. and HENNAWI J.F.
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