RELICS Publications

RELICS team papers:

  1. Cerny et al. 2018 (ApJ, 859, 159)
    RELICS: Strong Lens Models for Five Galaxy Clusters From the Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey
  2. Salmon et al. (arXiv:1710.08930)
    The Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey (RELICS) and the Brightest High-z Galaxies
  3. Salmon et al. 2018 (ApJ, 864, 22)
    RELICS: A Candidate z~10 Galaxy Strongly Lensed into a Spatially Resolved Arc
  4. Acebron et al. 2018 (ApJ, 858, 42)
    RELICS: Strong-lensing analysis of the massive clusters MACS J0308.9+2645 and PLCK G171.9-40.7
  5. Cibirka et al. 2018 (ApJ, 863, 145)
    RELICS: Strong Lensing analysis of the galaxy clusters Abell S295, Abell 697, MACS J0025.4-1222, and MACS J0159.8-0849
  6. Paterno-Mahler et al. 2018 (ApJ, 863, 154)
    RELICS: A Strong Lens Model for SPT-CLJ0615-5746, a z = 0.972 Cluster
  7. Acebron et al. 2019 (ApJ, 874, 132)
    RELICS: High-Resolution Constraints on the Inner Mass Distribution of the z=0.83 Merging Cluster RXJ0152.7-1357 from strong lensing
  8. Mahler et al. 2019 (ApJ, 873, 96)
    RELICS: Strong Lensing Analysis of MACS J0417.5-1154 and Predictions for Observing the Magnified High-Redshift Universe with JWST
  9. Coe et al. (arXiv:1903.02002)
    RELICS: Reionization Lensing Cluster Survey

Papers using RELICS (and archival) HST imaging:

  1. Ebeling et al. 2017 (MNRAS, 471, 3305)
    Fully stripped? The dynamics of dark and luminous matter in the massive cluster collision MACSJ0553.4-3342
  2. Pandge et al. 2019 (MNRAS, 482, 2093)
    A combined X-ray, optical and radio view of the merging galaxy cluster MACS J0417.5-1154
  3. Jauzac et al. 2019 (MNRAS, 483, 2082)
    The core of the massive cluster merger MACS J0417.5-1154 as seen by VLT/MUSE
  4. Douglass et al. 2018 (ApJ, 868, 121)
    The Megaparsec-scale Gas-sloshing Spiral in the Remnant Cool Core Cluster Abell 1763
  5. Sayers et al. (arXiv:1812.06926)
    Imaging the Thermal and Kinematic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich Effect Signals in a Sample of Ten Massive Galaxy Clusters: Constraints on Internal Velocity Structures and Bulk Velocities
  6. Bettoni et al. 2019 (ApJL, 873, 14)
    A new Einstein Cross gravitational lens of a Lyman-break galaxy
  7. Kale et al. (arXiv:1904.11899)
    A radio halo surrounding the Brightest Cluster Galaxy in RXCJ0232.2-4420: a mini-halo in transition ?

RELICS poster presented at AAS winter 2018: