Tom Broadhurst
Tom Broadhurst
Ikerbasque Prof., University of the Basque Country & DIPC
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ehu.es
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Large-scale distribution of galaxies at the Galactic poles
TJ Broadhurst, RS Ellis, DC Koo, AS Szalay
Nature 343 (6260), 726-728, 1990
9881990
A method for weak lensing observations
N Kaiser, G Squires, T Broadhurst
arXiv preprint astro-ph/9411005, 1994
9721994
The cluster lensing and supernova survey with Hubble: an overview
M Postman, D Coe, N Benitez, L Bradley, T Broadhurst, M Donahue, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series 199 (2), 25, 2012
7522012
The Durham/Anglo-Australian telescope faint galaxy redshift survey
TJ Broadhurst, RS Ellis, T Shanks
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 235, 827-856, 1988
6251988
Autofib Redshift Survey—I. Evolution of the galaxy luminosity function
RS Ellis, M Colless, T Broadhurst, J Heyl, K Glazebrook
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 280 (1), 235-251, 1996
5461996
Cosmic structure as the quantum interference of a coherent dark wave
HY Schive, T Chiueh, T Broadhurst
Nature Physics 10 (7), 496-499, 2014
5222014
The K20 survey-VI. The distribution of the stellar masses in galaxies up to
A Fontana, L Pozzetti, I Donnarumma, A Renzini, A Cimatti, G Zamorani, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 424 (1), 23-42, 2004
4362004
The morphology-density relation in z~ 1 clusters
M Postman, M Franx, NJG Cross, B Holden, HC Ford, GD Illingworth, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 623 (2), 721, 2005
4292005
Faint galaxies: evolution and cosmological curvature
TJ Broadhurst, RS Ellis, K Glazebrook
Nature 355 (6355), 55-58, 1992
4121992
Hubble Space Telescope imaging of the CFRS and LDSS redshift surveys—IV. Influence of mergers in the evolution of faint field galaxies from z∼1
O Le Fèvre, R Abraham, SJ Lilly, RS Ellis, J Brinchmann, D Schade, ...
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 311 (3), 565-575, 2000
3852000
Mapping cluster mass distributions via gravitational lensing of background galaxies
TJ Broadhurst, AN Taylor, JA Peacock
arXiv preprint astro-ph/9406052, 1994
3791994
The K20 survey-I. Disentangling old and dusty star-forming galaxies in the ERO population
A Cimatti, E Daddi, M Mignoli, L Pozzetti, A Renzini, G Zamorani, ...
Astronomy & Astrophysics 381 (3), L68-L72, 2002
3772002
Hubble Space Telescope Imaging of the CFRS and LDSS Redshift Surveys. II. Structural Parameters and the Evolution of disk Galaxies to z~ 11
S Lilly, D Schade, R Ellis, O Le Fevre, J Brinchmann, L Tresse, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 500 (1), 75, 1998
3721998
Strong-lensing analysis of A1689 from deep advanced camera images
T Broadhurst, N Benítez, D Coe, K Sharon, K Zekser, R White, H Ford, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 621 (1), 53, 2005
3702005
Clash: Three strongly lensed images of a candidate z≈ 11 galaxy
D Coe, A Zitrin, M Carrasco, X Shu, W Zheng, M Postman, L Bradley, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 762 (1), 32, 2012
3592012
A high-redshift IRAS galaxy with huge luminosity―hidden quasar or protogalaxy?
M Rowan-Robinson, T Broadhurst, A Lawrence, RG McMahon, ...
Nature 351 (6329), 719-721, 1991
3461991
The morphological identification of the rapidly evolving population of faint galaxies
K Glazebrook, R Ellis, B Santiago, R Griffiths
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 275 (1), L19-L22, 1995
3311995
A magnified young galaxy from about 500 million years after the Big Bang
W Zheng, M Postman, A Zitrin, J Moustakas, X Shu, S Jouvel, O Høst, ...
Nature 489 (7416), 406-408, 2012
3212012
Galaxy size evolution at high redshift and surface brightness selection effects: Constraints from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field
RJ Bouwens, GD Illingworth, JP Blakeslee, TJ Broadhurst, M Franx
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 611 (1), L1, 2004
3182004
Hubble space telescope imaging of the cfrs and ldss redshift surveys. i. morphological properties
J Brinchmann, R Abraham, D Schade, L Tresse, RS Ellis, S Lilly, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 499 (1), 112, 1998
2981998
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