# The Discovery of Two Lyman α Emitters beyond Redshift 6 in the Subaru Deep Field

@article{Kodaira2003TheDO,
title={The Discovery of Two Lyman $\alpha$ Emitters beyond Redshift 6 in the Subaru Deep Field},
author={Keiichi Kodaira and Yoshiaki Taniguchi and Nobunari Kashikawa and Norio Kaifu and Hiroyasu Ando and Hiroshi Karoji and et al.},
journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan},
year={2003},
volume={55}
}
• K. Kodaira, +4 authors E. al.
• Published 7 January 2003
• Physics
• Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan
We performed a deep optical imaging survey using a narrow-band filter (NB921) centered at λ=9196 u A together
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