CANDELS: THE COSMIC ASSEMBLY NEAR-INFRARED DEEP EXTRAGALACTIC LEGACY SURVEY—THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS, IMAGING DATA PRODUCTS, AND MOSAICS

@article{Koekemoer2011CANDELSTC,
  title={CANDELS: THE COSMIC ASSEMBLY NEAR-INFRARED DEEP EXTRAGALACTIC LEGACY SURVEY—THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS, IMAGING DATA PRODUCTS, AND MOSAICS},
  author={Anton M. Koekemoer and S. M. Faber and Henry C. Ferguson and Norman A. Grogin and Dale D. Kocevski and David C. Koo and Kamson Lai and Jennifer M. Lotz and Ray A. Lucas and Elizabeth J. McGrath and Sara Ogaz and Abhijith Rajan and Adam G. Riess and Steven A. Rodney and L. G. Strolger and Stefano Casertano and Marco Castellano and Tomas Dahl{\'e}n and Mark E. Dickinson and Timothy Dolch and Adriano Fontana and Mauro Giavalisco and Andrea Grazian and Yicheng Guo and Nimish P. Hathi and Kuang-Han Huang and Arjen van der Wel and Haojing Yan and Viviana Acquaviva and David M. Alexander and Omar Almaini and Matthew L. N. Ashby and Marco Barden and Eric F. Bell and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Bournaud and Thomas M. Brown and Karina I. Caputi and Paolo Cassata and Peter J. Challis and Ranga Ram Chary and Edmond Cheung and Michele Cirasuolo and Christopher J. Conselice and Asantha Cooray and Darren J. Croton and Emanuele Daddi and Romeel A. Dav'e and Duilia F. de Mello and Loic de Ravel and Avishai Dekel and Jennifer L. Donley and James S. Dunlop and Aaron A Dutton and David Elbaz and Giovanni G. Fazio and Alexei V. Filippenko and Steven L. Finkelstein and Christopher C. Frazer and Jonathan Gardner and Peter M. Garnavich and Eric Gawiser and Ruth Gruetzbauch and William G. Hartley and Boris H{\"a}u{\ss}ler and Jessica Herrington and Philip F. Hopkins and Jia-Sheng Huang and Saurabh W. Jha and Andrew Johnson and Jeyhan S. Kartaltepe and Ali Ahmad Khostovan and Robert P. Kirshner and Caterina Lani and Kyoung-soo Lee and Weidong Li and Piero Madau and Patrick McCarthy and D. H. Mcintosh and Ross J. McLure and C. J. R. McPartland and Bahram Mobasher and Heidi Moreira and Alice Mortlock and Leonidas A. Moustakas and Mark Mozena and Kirpal Nandra and Jeffrey A. Newman and Jennifer L. Nielsen and S. M. Niemi and Kai G. Noeske and Casey J. Papovich and Laura Pentericci and Alexandra Pope and Joel R. Primack and Swara Ravindranath and Naveen A. Reddy and Alvio Renzini and Hans–Walter Rix and Aday R. Robaina and David J. Rosario and Piero Rosati and Sara Salimbeni and Claudia Scarlata and Brian D. Siana and Luc Simard and Joseph Smidt and Diana Snyder and Rachel S. Somerville and Hyron Spinrad and Amber N. Straughn and O. Grace Telford and Harry I. Teplitz and Jonathan R. Trump and Carlos J. Vargas and Carolin Villforth and Cory R. Wagner and Pat Wandro and Risa H. Wechsler and Benjamin J. Weiner and Tommy Wiklind and Vivienne Wild and Grant W. Wilson and Stijn Wuyts and Min Su Yun},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2011},
  volume={197}
}
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