Detection of an ultrabright submillimetre galaxy in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Field using AzTEC/ASTE

  title={Detection of an ultrabright submillimetre galaxy in the Subaru/XMM-Newton Deep Field using AzTEC/ASTE},
  author={Soh Ikarashi and Kotaro Kohno and James E. Aguirre and Itziar Aretxaga and Vinodiran Arumugam and J. E. Austermann and James J. Bock and Charles Matt Bradford and M. Cirasuolo L. Earle and Hajime Ezawa and Hisanori Furusawa and Junko Furusawa and Jason Glenn and Bunyo Hatsukade and David H. Hughes and Daisuke Iono and R. J. Ivison S. Johnson and Julia Kamenetzky and Ryohei Kawabe and Roxana E. Lupu and Philip Richard Maloney and Hideo Matsuhara and Philip Daniel Mauskopf and Kentaro Motohara and Eric J. Murphy and Kimihiko Nakajima and Koichiro Nakanishi and Bret J. Naylor and H. T. Nguyen and Thushara A. Perera and Kimberly S. Scott and Kazuhiro Shimasaku and Toshinobu Takagi and Tadafumi Takata and Yoichi Tamura and K. Tanaka and Takashi Tsukagoshi and David J. Wilner and Grant W. Wilson and Min S. Yun and John Kormendy Department of Astronomy and University of Tokyo and Mitaka and Tokyo and Japan. and Research Center for the Early Universe and School of Materials Science and Bunkyo and Department of Engineering Physics and Astronomy and University of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. and Usa and Instituto Nacional de Astrof'isica and 'optica y Electr'onica and Pue. and Mexico. and Institute for Astronomy and University of Edinburgh and Royal Observatory and Blackford Hill and UK. and Center for Computational Astrophysics and Space Astronomy and University of Colorado and Boulder and Jet propulsion Laboratory and Pasadena and California Institute of Technology. and UK Astronomy Technology Centre and Dept. of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and Alma Project Office and National Astronomical ObservatoriesYunnan Observatory and Nobeyama Solar Radio Observatory and Minamisaku and Nagano and Astronomy Data Center and Department of Physics Astronomy and University of Massachusetts and Amherst and Institute of Space and Astronautical Science and Sagamihara and School of Cosmic Physics and Cardiff University and Cardiff and Bunkyo-ku and Illinois Wesleyan University and Bloomington and Faculty of Computer Science and Technology and Keio University and Yokohama and Kanagawa and Harvard--Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Cambridge},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
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