Evidence for a Massive Poststarburst Galaxy at z ~ 6.5

@article{Mobasher2005EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for a Massive Poststarburst Galaxy at z ~ 6.5},
  author={Bahram Mobasher and Mark E. Dickinson and Henry C. Ferguson and Mauro Giavalisco and Tommy Wiklind and Daniel P. Stark and Richard S. Ellis and S. Michael Fall and Norman A. Grogin and Leonidas A. Moustakas and Nino Panagia and Megan L. Sosey and Massimo Stiavelli and Eddie Bergeron and Stefano Casertano and Patrick Ingraham and Anton M. Koekemoer and Ivo Labb{\'e} and Mario Livio and Bernadette Marie Rodgers and Claudia Scarlata and Jo{\"e}l Vernet and Alvio Renzini and Piero Rosati and H. K{\"u}ntschner and Martin W. K{\"u}mmel and Jeremy R. Walsh and Ranga Ram Chary and Peter Eisenhardt and Norbert Pirzkal and Daniel K. Stern},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={635},
  pages={832 - 844}
}
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