SDSS J104845.05+463718.3 , the SIMBAD biblio

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2003A&A...406L..55B 13 6 237 Dust emission from the most distant quasars. BERTOLDI F., CARILLI C.L., COX P., et al.
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.
2003ApJ...596L.155M 22 53 Early star formation traced by the highest redshift quasars. MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., MUJICA R., et al.
2003ApJ...599..759C 2 6 51 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.
2004A&A...420..889M 2 8 57 Extreme gas properties in the most distant quasars. MAIOLINO R., OLIVA E., GHINASSI F., et al.
2004AJ....127.2598S 51 150 The evolution of the intergalactic medium transmission to redshift 6. SONGAILA A.
2004AJ....128..515F 121           X C       2 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.
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...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.
2004ApJS..154..142C 25 29 Imaging of high-redshift submillimeter galaxies at 16 and 22 microns with the Spitzer Infrared Spectrograph (IRS) peak-up cameras: revealing a population at z > 2.5. CHARMANDARIS V., UCHIDA K.I., WEEDMAN D., et al.
2004MNRAS.351L..29R 2 9 77 Submillimetre observations of z > 6 quasars. ROBSON I., PRIDDEY R.S., ISAAK K.G., et al.
2004Natur.431..533M 12 5 194 A supernova origin for dust in a high-redshift quasar. MAIOLINO R., SCHNEIDER R., OLIVA E., 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.
2005A&A...444..137N 68 23 Dust properties of UV bright galaxies at z∼2. NOLL S. and PIERINI D.
2005AJ....130.1996S 1 26 54 The properties of intergalactic C IV and Si IV absorption. I. Optimal analysis of an extremely high signal-to-noise quasar sample. SONGAILA A.
2005ApJ...620...31Y 4 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...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 4 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...634..715W 3 7 53 Prospects for redshifted 21 cm observations of quasar H II regions. WYITHE J.S.B., LOEB A. and BARNES D.G.
2005MNRAS.357.1077H 42   K                 4 46 Extinction curves expected in young galaxies. HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., KOZASA T., et al.
2005PASP..117.1250H 4 4 Host galaxies of QSOs at z > 5. HUTCHINGS J.B.
2006A&A...455..773V viz 108223 545 A catalogue of quasars and active nuclei: 12th edition. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and VERON P.
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.
2006ApJ...641L..85H 1 13 26 Spitzer observations of high-redshift QSOs. HINES D.C., KRAUSE O., RIEKE G.H., et al.
2006ApJ...644...86S 1 30 65 Chandra observations of the highest redshift quasars from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. SHEMMER O., BRANDT W.N., SCHNEIDER D.P., et al.
2006ApJ...648..435N 15 2 60 Dust destruction in the high-velocity shocks driven by supernovae in the early universe. NOZAWA T., KOZASA T. and HABE A.
2006ARA&A..44..415F 86             C       1 23 548 Observational constraints on cosmic reionization. FAN X., CARILLI C.L. and KEATING B.
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.
2006ApJ...652..157M 3 6 37 Discovery of a z = 6.1 radio-loud quasar in the NOAO Deep Wide Field Survey. McGREER I.D., BECKER R.H., HELFAND D.J., et al.
2007MNRAS.374..493B 9 4 73 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 2 19 83 Evolution of high-redshift quasars. FAN X.-H.
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...661L...9S 17 2 71 Dust properties at z = 6.3 in the host galaxy of GRB 050904. STRATTA G., MAIOLINO R., FIORE F., et al.
2007ApJ...662...72B viz 16       D               55 180 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.378..973B 53           X         1 6 181 Dust formation and survival in supernova ejecta. BIANCHI S. and SCHNEIDER R.
2007AJ....134..617W 1 19 54 Millimeter and radio observations of z ∼ 6 quasars. WANG R., CARILLI C.L., BEELEN A., et al.
2007ApJ...666..955N 16 4 133 Evolution of dust in primordial supernova remnants: can dust grains formed in the ejecta survive and be injected into the early interstellar medium? NOZAWA T., KOZASA T., HABE A., et al.
2008MNRAS.384.1725H 745   K A     X C F     18 6 24 Extinction curves flattened by reverse shocks in supernovae. HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., TAKEUCHI T.T., et al.
2008AJ....135.1201W 206   K   D     X         6 13 31 SHARC-II 350 µm observations of thermal emission from warm dust in z ≥ 5 quasars. WANG R., WAGG J., CARILLI C.L., et al.
2008ApJ...678...41L 1 16 45 Modeling the dust properties of z ∼ 6 quasars with ART2–All-Wavelength radiative transfer with adaptive refinement tree. LI Y., HOPKINS P.F., HERNQUIST L., 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...492...81P 76             C       1 17 19 Obscured and powerful AGN and starburst activities at z∼3.5. POLLETTA M., OMONT A., BERTA S., 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.
2009MNRAS.394..577O 54       D     X         2 9 32 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 397       D     X C F     9 45 25 The environments of high-redshift quasi-stellar objects. KIM S., STIAVELLI M., TRENTI M., et al.
2009MNRAS.394.2001S 282       D     X C F     6 21 26 Modelling the effects of dust evolution on the SEDs of galaxies of different morphological type. SCHURER A., CALURA F., SILVA L., 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.
2009MNRAS.397.1661V 46           X         1 6 107 Stellar sources of dust in the high-redshift universe. VALIANTE R., SCHNEIDER R., BIANCHI S., 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.
2010ApJ...714..699W 787       D     X C F     19 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.
2010MNRAS.406.2473P viz 40           X         1 14 71 Evidence for supernova-synthesized dust from the rising afterglow of GRB071025 at z ∼ 5. PERLEY D.A., BLOOM J.S., KLEIN C.R., 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.
2010MNRAS.404.1437H 156           X C       3 4 18 Effects of grain shattering by turbulence on extinction curves in starburst galaxies. HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., YAN H., et al.
2010A&A...522A..15M 210       D   O X C       5 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 93       D     X         3 39 94 The extinction law at high redshift and its implications. GALLERANI S., MAIOLINO R., JUAREZ Y., et al.
2011MNRAS.412.1070K viz 39           X         1 11 9 Supernova dust for the extinction law in a young infrared galaxy at z ∼ 1. KAWARA K., HIRASHITA H., NOZAWA T., 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.
2011A&A...528A..14G 251       D     X         7 8 57 Genesis and evolution of dust in galaxies in the early universe. II. Rapid dust evolution in quasars at z > 6. GALL C., ANDERSEN A.C. and HJORTH J.
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.
2011ARep...55..302K 4 4 The estimation of black-hole masses in distant radio galaxies. KHABIBULLINA M.L. and VERKHODANOV O.V.
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.
2011ApJ...736...66R 55       D     X         2 7 20 The dark side of QSO formation at high redshifts. ROMANO-DIAZ E., SHLOSMAN I., TRENTI M., et al.
2011ApJ...739...56D 17       D               3 23 106 Evidence for non-evolving Fe II/Mg II ratios in rapidly accreting z ∼ 6 QSOs. DE ROSA G., DECARLI R., WALTER F., et al.
2011A&A...532A..45S 39           X         1 7 12 Is GRB 050904 at z = 6.3 absorbed by dust? STRATTA G., GALLERANI S. and MAIOLINO R.
2011MNRAS.416.1916V 47           X         1 6 107 The origin of the dust in high-redshift quasars: the case of SDSS J1148+5251. VALIANTE R., SCHNEIDER R., SALVADORI S., et al.
2011MNRAS.418..571F 40           X         1 3 7 On the effects of microphysical grain properties on the yields of carbonaceous dust from type II supernovae. FALLEST D.W., NOZAWA T., NOMOTO K., et al.
2011MNRAS.418..625S 77           X         2 16 6 Extinction law in ultraluminous infrared galaxies at z ∼ 1. SHIMIZU T., KAWARA K., SAMESHIMA H., et al.
2012A&A...537A..15S 39           X         1 69 61 The dust extinction curves of gamma-ray burst host galaxies. SCHADY P., DWELLY T., PAGE M.J., et al.
2011A&ARv..19...43G 39           X         1 78 113 Production of dust by massive stars at high redshift. GALL C., HJORTH J. and ANDERSEN A.C.
2012RAA....12..865F 33 14 Observations of the first light and the epoch of reionization. FAN X.
2013ApJ...764...72M 17       D               1 19 44 High-z quasars in the rh= ct universe. MELIA F.
2013MNRAS.428..226P viz 16       D               1 23 10 Finding new high-redshift quasars by asking the neighbours. POLSTERER K.L., ZINN P.-C. and GIESEKE F.
2013ApJ...768..173H 889     A S   X C F     20 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 174       D     X   F     4 11 37 Complete infrared spectral energy distributions of millimeter detected quasars at z > 5. LEIPSKI C., MEISENHEIMER K., WALTER F., et al.
2013ApJ...774...26C 42           X         1 8 56 GRB 130606A as a probe of the intergalactic medium and the interstellar medium in a star-forming galaxy in the first gyr after the Big Bang. CHORNOCK R., BERGER E., FOX D.B., et al.
2013MNRAS.434..222H 79             C       3 52 22 Broad absorption line quasars with redshifted troughs: high-velocity infall or rotationally dominated outflows ? HALL P.B., BRANDT W.N., PETITJEAN P., et al.
2013ApJ...778..113B 94       D       C       2 18 17 WISE detections of known QSOs at redshifts greater than six. BLAIN A.W., ASSEF R., STERN D., et al.
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.
2014ApJ...785..154L 334       D     X C       8 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.
2014MNRAS.440..134A 162           X         4 4 25 Evolution of extinction curves in galaxies. ASANO R.S., TAKEUCHI T.T., HIRASHITA H., et al.
2014AJ....148...14B 95       D     X         3 44 80 Discovery of eight z ∼ 6 quasars from Pan-STARRS1. BANADOS E., VENEMANS B.P., MORGANSON E., et al.
2014A&A...568A...1M 144     A     X         4 8 24 Primordial environment of super massive black holes: large-scale galaxy overdensities around z ∼ 6 quasars with LBT. MORSELLI L., MIGNOLI M., GILLI R., et al.
2014MNRAS.444.2442V 96       D       C       2 17 38 High-redshift quasars host galaxies: is there a stellar mass crisis ? VALIANTE R., SCHNEIDER R., SALVADORI S., et al.
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.
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.451L..16C 44           X         1 8 34 Two bright z > 6 quasars from VST ATLAS and a new method of optical plus mid-infrared colour selection. CARNALL A.C., SHANKS T., CHEHADE B., et al.
2015ApJ...810...39B 41           X         1 9 9 The origin of dust extinction curves with or without the 2175 Å bump in galaxies: the case of the Magellanic Clouds. BEKKI K., HIRASHITA H. and TSUJIMOTO T.
2016ApJ...816...85L 57       D     X         2 136 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 446           X C F     9 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.
2016MNRAS.459.1432P 206           X C F     3 9 33 First identification of direct collapse black hole candidates in the early Universe in CANDELS/GOODS-S. PACUCCI F., FERRARA A., GRAZIAN A., et al.
2016ARA&A..54..313M 83             C       1 25 64 The evolution of the intergalactic medium. McQUINN M.
2016MNRAS.462.3130M 47           X         1 4 24 Interpreting the evolution of galaxy colours from z = 8 to 5. MANCINI M., SCHNEIDER R., GRAZIANI L., et al.
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...834...83M 99       D       C       2 24 19 No overdensity of Lyman-alpha emitting galaxies around a quasar at z ∼ 5.7. MAZZUCCHELLI C., BANADOS E., DECARLI R., et al.
2017ApJ...835..257L 16       D               1 122 10 Dust-deficient Palomar-Green quasars and the diversity of AGN intrinsic IR emission. LYU J., RIEKE G.H. and SHI Y.
2017ApJ...836L...1T 16       D               1 21 13 On the accretion rates and radiative efficiencies of the highest-redshift quasars. TRAKHTENBROT B., VOLONTERI M. and NATARAJAN P.
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.
2017ApJ...840...24E 58       D     X         2 35 30 Implications of z ∼ 6 quasar proximity zones for the epoch of reionization and quasar lifetimes. EILERS A.-C., DAVIES F.B., HENNAWI J.F., et al.
2017MNRAS.469..870H 43           X         1 4 9 Evolution of dust extinction curves in galaxy simulation. HOU K.-C., HIRASHITA H., NAGAMINE K., et al.
2017A&A...603A.128N 140       D     X         4 30 14 The X-ray properties of z ∼ 6 luminous quasars. NANNI R., VIGNALI C., GILLI R., et al.
2017A&A...606A..23B 1 5 5 Primordial environment of supermassive black holes. II. Deep Y- and J-band images around the z∼ 6.3 quasar SDSS J1030+0524. BALMAVERDE B., GILLI R., MIGNOLI M., et al.
2018A&A...613A..51P viz 17       D               1 525782 26 The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Quasar Catalog: Fourteenth data release. PARIS I., PETITJEAN P., AUBOURG E., et al.
2018ApJ...864...53E 142       D     X         4 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.
2018MNRAS.479.1055B 100       D         F     2 60 14 New constraints on Lyman-α opacity with a sample of 62 quasars at z > 5.7. BOSMAN S.E.I., FAN X., JIANG L., et al.
2018ApJ...866..159V 17       D               1 98 1 Dust emission in an accretion-rate-limited sample of z >= 6 quasars. VENEMANS B.P., DECARLI R., WALTER F., et al.
2018ApJ...869..150M 17       D               1 111 ~ Subaru High-z Exploration of Low-Luminosity Quasars (SHELLQs). V. Quasar luminosity function and contribution to cosmic reionization at z = 6. MATSUOKA Y., STRAUSS M.A., KASHIKAWA N., et al.
2019MNRAS.483...19M 102       D       C       2 26 ~ The role of galaxies and AGNs in reionizing the IGM - II. Metal-tracing the faint sources of reionization at 5 <= z <= 6. MEYER R.A., BOSMAN S.E.I., KAKIICHI K., et al.
2019A&A...622A..11G viz 17       D               1 49927 ~ LoTSS/HETDEX: Optical quasars. I. Low-frequency radio properties of optically selected quasars. GURKAN G., HARDCASTLE M.J., BEST P.N., et al.
2019A&A...624L..13L           X     *   1 14 ~ Dust production scenarios in galaxies at z ∼6-8.3. LESNIEWSKA A. and MICHALOWSKI M.J.
2019ApJ...879..117K 17       D               1 52 ~ High star formation rates of low Eddington ratio quasars at z >= 6. KIM Y. and IM M.
2019MNRAS.489.1206H 187       D     X C       4 26 ~ The diverse galaxy counts in the environment of high-redshift massive black holes in Horizon-AGN. HABOUZIT M., VOLONTERI M., SOMERVILLE R.S., et al.
2019A&A...630A.118V 230       D     X         6 28 ~ The X-ray properties of z > 6 quasars: no evident evolution of accretion physics in the first Gyr of the Universe. VITO F., BRANDT W.N., BAUER F.E., et al.
2019A&A...631L..10D 43           X         1 12 ~ Testing the paradigm: First spectroscopic evidence of a quasar-galaxy Mpc-scale association at cosmic dawn. DECARLI R., MIGNOLI M., GILLI R., et al.
2020ApJS..249...17R viz 17       D               1 525795 ~ Spectral properties of quasars from Sloan Digital Sky Survey data release 14: the catalog. RAKSHIT S., STALIN C.S. and KOTILAINEN J.
2021AJ....161...45O viz 18       D               3 727 ~ The third data release of the KODIAQ survey. O'MEARA J.M., LEHNER N., HOWK J.C., et al.
2021MNRAS.503.2349D 18       D               1 39 ~ Infrared emission of z ∼ 6 galaxies: AGN imprints. DI MASCIA F., GALLERANI S., BEHRENS C., et al.
2021MNRAS.506.3946D 152       D     X         4 41 ~ The dust attenuation law in z ∼ 6 quasars. DI MASCIA F., GALLERANI S., FERRARA A., et al.
2021ApJ...923..262Y 45           X         1 7 ~ Probing early supermassive black hole growth and quasar evolution with near-infrared spectroscopy of 37 reionization-era quasars at 6.3 < z <= 7.64. YANG J., WANG F., FAN X., et al.
2022MNRAS.514.2098N 47           X         1 1 ~ A new galaxy spectral energy distribution model consistent with the evolution of dust. NISHIDA K.Y., TAKEUCHI T.T., NAGATA T., et al.

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