CLASH: accurate photometric redshifts with 14 HST bands in massive galaxy cluster cores

@article{Molino2017CLASHAP,
  title={CLASH: accurate photometric redshifts with 14 HST bands in massive galaxy cluster cores},
  author={Alberto Molino and Narciso Ben'itez and Bego{\~n}a Ascaso and Dan Coe and Marc Postman and St{\'e}phanie Jouvel and Ole H{\o}st and Ofer Lahav and Stella Seitz and Elinor Medezinski and Piero Rosati and William Schoenell and Anton M. Koekemoer and Yolanda Jim{\'e}nez-Teja and Tom Broadhurst and Peter Melchior and Italo Balestra and Matthias Bartelmann and Rychard J. Bouwens and Larry D. Bradley and Nicole G. Czakon and Megan Donahue and Holland C. Ford and Or Graur and Genevieve J. M. Graves and Claudio Grillo and Leopoldo Infante and Saurabh W. Jha and Daniel D. Kelson and Ruth Lazkoz and Doron Lemze and Dan Maoz and Amata Mercurio and Massimo Meneghetti and Julian Merten and L. Mostazas and Mario Nonino and S{\'a}nchez Orgaz and Adam G. Riess and Steven A. Rodney and Jack Sayers and Keiichi Umetsu and Wei Zheng and Adi Zitrin},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2017},
  volume={470},
  pages={95-113}
}
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