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Combined strong and weak lensing analysis of 28 clusters from the Sloan Giant Arcs Survey
We study the mass distribution of a sample of 28 galaxy clusters using strong and weak lensing observations. The clusters are selected via their strong lensing properties as part of the Sloan GiantExpand
Combining strong and weak gravitational lensing in abell 1689
We present a reconstruction of the mass distribution of galaxy cluster Abell 1689 at z=0.18 using detected strong lensing features from deep ACS observations and extensive ground based spectroscopy.Expand
The Frontier Fields: Survey Design and Initial Results
What are the faintest distant galaxies we can see with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) now, before the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope? This is the challenge taken up by the FrontierExpand
Mass and magnification maps for the Hubble Space Telescope Frontier Fields clusters: implications for high-redshift studies
Extending over three Hubble Space Telescope (HST) cycles, the Hubble Frontier Fields (HFF) initiative constitutes the largest commitment ever of HST time to the exploration of the distant UniverseExpand
Accretion during the Merger of Supermassive Black Holes
We study the evolution of disk accretion during the merger of supermassive black hole binaries in galactic nuclei. In hierarchical galaxy formation models, the most common binaries are likely toExpand
Spin-induced Galaxy Alignments and Their Implications for Weak-Lensing Measurements
Large-scale correlations in the orientations of galaxies can result from alignments in their angular momentum vectors. These alignments arise from the tidal torques exerted on neighboringExpand
A Wide-Field Hubble Space Telescope Study of the Cluster Cl 0024+1654 at z=0.4. II. The Cluster Mass Distribution
We present a comprehensive lensing analysis of the rich cluster Cl0024+1654 (z=0.395) based on panoramic sparse-sampled imaging conducted with the WFPC2 and STIS cameras on board the Hubble SpaceExpand
First Stars, Very Massive Black Holes, and Metals
Recent studies suggest that the initial mass function (IMF) of the first stars (Population III) is likely to have been extremely top-heavy, unlike what is observed at present. We propose a scenarioExpand
A Mean Redshift of 2.8 for Swift gamma - ray bursts
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The high mean redshift of GRBs and their wide redshift range clearly demonstrates their suitability as efficient probes of galaxies and the intergalactic medium over a significant fraction of the history of the Universe. Expand
Discriminating weak lensing from intrinsic spin correlations using the curl-gradient decomposition
The distortion field defined by the ellipticities of galaxy shapes as projected on the sky can be uniquely decomposed into a gradient and a curl component. If the observed ellipticities are inducedExpand
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