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Result of query: info cati MMD2015] HFF1A-N-N$


Details on Acronym:   [MMD2015]
   [MMD2015] (McLeod+McLure+Dunlop+, 2015) Write:<<[MMD2015] HFFNA-NN-N>> N: 12+6 Object:G  (SIMBAD class: Galaxy) Note:N=12 high-redshift galaxy candidates in ACO 2744 and MACS J0416.1-2403, as part of the Hubble Frontier Fields program.
In the format A stands for C=Cluster field or P=Parallel field.
Use of archival HST WFC3, IR and ACS imaging data.
See also [ZPZ2012], [ZZB2012], [BBZ2014] and [ZSM2014]. in source:ACO 2744 in source:MCS J0416.1-2403 Ref:=2015MNRAS.450.3032M byMcLEOD D.J. , McLURE R.J., DUNLOP J.S., ROBERTSON B.E., ELLIS R.S., TARGETT T.A. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 450, 3032-3044 (2015) New redshift z ≃ 9 galaxies in the Hubble Frontier Fields: implications for early evolution of the UV luminosity density. oTable 1: <[MMD2015] HFF1A-N-N> N=3 (Nos HFF1C-9-1, HFF1P-9-1 to HFF1P-9-2), <[MMD2015] HFF2A-N-N> N=9 (Nos HFF2C-9-1 to HFF2C-9-5, HFF2P-9-1 to HFF2P-9-4). Ref:=2016MNRAS.459.3812M byMcLEOD D.J. , McLURE R.J., DUNLOP J.S. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 459, 3812-3824 (2016) The z = 9-10 galaxy population in the Hubble Frontier Fields and CLASH surveys: the z = 9 luminosity function and further evidence for a smooth decline in ultraviolet luminosity density at z≥ 8. oTable 1: <[MMD2015] HFF1A-N-N> N=6 added (Nos HFF1C-10-1, HFF2P-9-5, HFF4C-9-1 to HFF4C-9-2, HFF4P-9-1, HFF4P-10-1). Table 2: <[MMD2016] ANNN-NN-N> N=3, <[MMD2016] MHHMM-NN-N> N=11, <[MMD2016] RXJHHMM-N-N> N=1. Originof the Acronym: S = Created by Simbad, the CDS Database

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