1. Keck spectroscopic survey of strongly lensed galaxies in Abell 1703: further evidence for a relaxed, unimodal cluster[ps, pdf, other]
  2. Johan Richard (ICC/Durham, Caltech), Liuyi Pei (Caltech), Marceau Limousin (Latt, Dark Cosmology Centre), Eric Jullo (LAM/OAMP), Jean-Paul Kneib (LAM/OAMP)
    Comments: 11 pages, 6 figures, accepted for publication in A&A. Replaced with accepted version
  3. A New Window of Exploration in the Mass Spectrum: Strong Lensing by Galaxy Groups in the SL2S[pdf, other]
  4. Comments: Submitted to A&A. Draft with Appendix images can be found at this http URL
  5. Near-IR Search for Lensed Supernovae Behind Galaxy Clusters - II. First Detection and Future Prospects[ps, pdf, other]
  6. The formation and assembly of a typical star-forming galaxy at z~3 [pdf]
  7. Comments: To appear in Nature, Vol 455, Oct 9 2008
  8. Gauging the dark matter fraction in a $L_*$ S0 galaxy at z=0.47 through gravitational lensing from deep HST/ACS imaging[ps, pdf, other]
  9. G. Covone (1,2,3), M. Paolillo (1,3), N.R. Napolitano (2), M. Capaccioli (1,4), G. Longo (1), J.P. Kneib (5), E. Jullo (5,6), J. Richard (7), O. Khovanskaya (8), M. Sazhin (8), N.A. Grogin (9), E. Schreier (10) ((1) University of Naples "Federico II", (2) INAF, Naples, (3) INFN, Naples, (4) INAF--VSTCeN, Naples (5) OAMP, Marseille, (6) ESO, Santiago, (7) Caltech, Pasadena, (8) Sternberg Astronomical Institute, Moscow (9) Arizona State University, USA, (10) Associated Universities Inc., USA)
    Comments: 18 pages, 5 figures; accepted for publication in ApJ

  10. A Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescope Survey for Gravitationally-Lensed Galaxies:
    Further Evidence for a Significant Population of Low Luminosity Galaxies beyond Redshift Seven
    [abs, ps, pdf, other]
  11. Johan Richard (Caltech), Daniel P. Stark (Caltech), Richard S. Ellis (Caltech), Matthew R. George (Caltech), Eiichi Egami (Steward Observatory), Jean-Paul Kneib (LAM/OAMP), Graham P. Smith (U. Birmingham)
    Comments: Accepted for publication in ApJ. ESA/STSCI Press Release available at this http URL

  12. EROs found behind lensing clusters. II. Stellar populations and dust properties of optical dropout EROs and comparison with related objects [abs, ps, pdf, other]
  13. D. Schaerer (1,2), A. Hempel (1), E. Egami (3), R. Pello (2), J. Richard (2,4), J.F. Le Borgne (2), J.-P. Kneib (5), M. Wise (6), F. Boone (7) ((1) Geneva Observatory, Sauverny, Switzerland, (2) Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, Toulouse, France, (3) Steward Observatory, Tucson, USA, (4) Caltech Astronomy, Pasadena, USA, (5) OAMP, Marseille, France, (6) Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (7) Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France)
    Comments: 18 pages, 17 figures, accepted for publication in Astronomy and Astrophysics
  14. The strong transformation of spiral galaxies infalling into massive clusters at z~0.2 [abs, ps, pdf, other]
  15. L. Cortese, D. Marcillac, J. Richard, H. Bravo-Alfaro, J.-P. Kneib, G. Rieke, G. Covone, E. Egami, J. Rigby, O. Czoske, J. Davies
    Comments: Accepted for publication on MNRAS (March 2007 issue). 21 pages, 3 tables, 14 figures. Higher resolution version available at this http URL
    ESA/STScI Press Release available at this http URL

  16. A statistical study of multiply-imaged systems in the lensing cluster Abell 68 . [abs, ps, pdf, other]
  17. Full PDF version HERE

    Johan Richard (Caltech), Jean-Paul Kneib (OAMP), Eric Jullo (ESO,OAMP), Giovanni Covone (INAF, Napoli), Marceau Limousin (Dark Cosmology Centre), Richard Ellis (Caltech), Daniel Stark (Caltech), Kevin Bundy (Caltech), Oliver Czoske (Uni. Bonn), Harald Ebeling (IfA), Genevieve Soucail (OMP)

    Comments: 30 pages, 8 figures, accepted for publication in ApJ.
  18. A Keck Survey for Gravitationally-Lensed Lyman-alpha Emitters in the Redshift Range 8.5<z<10.4: New Constraints on the Contribution of Low Luminosity Sources to Cosmic Reionization [abs, ps, pdf, other] :

  19. Daniel P. Stark, Richard S. Ellis, Johan Richard, Jean-Paul Kneib, Graham P. Smith, Michael R. Santos
    Comments: Accepted by ApJ, 27 pages, 12 figures, for higher resolution figures, see this http URL
  20. Solving the Abell 1689 puzzle: A combined strong and weak gravitational lensing analysis [abs, ps, pdf, other] :

  21. M. Limousin, J. Richard, J.-P. Kneib, E. Jullo, B. Fort, G. Soucail, A. Elíasdóttir, P. Natarajan, I. Smail, R.S. Ellis, O. Czoske, P. Hudelot, S. Bardeau, H. Ebeling, G.P. Smith
    Comments: 40 pages, 17 figures, high resolution draft at this http URL
  22. A very bright, highly magnified Lyman-break galaxy at z=3.07 [abs, ps, pdf, other] :

  23. Ian Smail (ICC, Durham), A.M. Swinbank (ICC), J. Richard (CIT), H. Ebeling (IfA), J.-P. Kneib (LAM), A.C. Edge (ICC), D. Stark (CIT), R.S. Ellis (CIT), S. Dye (Cardiff), G.P. Smith (Birmingham), C. Mullis (Michigan)
    Comments: In press at ApJL, 4 pages, 2 figures
  24. Constraining the population of 6 < z < 10 star-forming galaxies with deep near-IR images of lensing clusters [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  25. Johan Richard (OMP, Caltech), Roser Pello (OMP), Daniel Schaerer (Obs Geneva, OMP), Jean-Francois Le Borgne (OMP), Jean-Paul Kneib (LAM, Caltech)
    Comments: 35 pages, 19 figures; Accepted for publication in A&A;

    Full PDF version HERE

  26. VIMOS-IFU survey of z~0.2 massive galaxy clusters. I. Observations of the strong lensing cluster Abell 2667 [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  27. Giovanni Covone (1,2), Jean-Paul Kneib (1,3), Geneviève Soucail (4), Johan Richard (3,4), Eric Jullo (1), Harald Ebeling (5)
    (1) Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille, (2) INAF-OAC, Italy, (3) Caltech, USA (4) Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, Toulouse, France (5) Institute for Astronomy, Hawaii
    14 pages, 12 figures. Accepted for publication in A&A
  28. Spectrophotometric properties of galaxies at intermediate redshifts (z ~ 0.2--1.0)
    II. The Luminosity -- Metallicity relation
    [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  29. Fabrice Lamareille (1), Thierry Contini (1), Jarle Brinchmann (2,3), Jean-François Le Borgne (1), Stéphane Charlot (2,4), Johan Richard (1)
    (1) Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Toulouse-Tarbes, (2) MPA, (3) CAUP, (4) Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
  30. Spectrophotometric properties of galaxies at intermediate redshifts (z ~ 0.2--1.0)
    I. Sample description, photometric properties and spectral measurements
    [abs, ps, pdf, other] :

  31. Fabrice Lamareille (1), Thierry Contini (1), Jean-François Le Borgne (1), Jarle Brinchmann (2, 3), Stéphane Charlot (2,4), Johan Richard (1)

    (1) Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Toulouse-Tarbes, (2) MPA, (3) CAUP, (4) Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris
    24 pages, accepted by A&A
  32. Spitzer and Hubble Constraints on the Physical Properties of the z~7 Galaxy Strongly Lensed by Abell 2218 [abs, ps, pdf, other]

  33. E. Egami (1), J.-P. Kneib (2,3), G. H. Rieke (1), R. S. Ellis (3), J. Richard (2,3), J. Rigby (1), C. Papovich (1), D. Stark (3), M. R. Santos (4),
    J.-S. Huang (5), H. Dole (1), E. Le Floc'h (1), P. G. Perez-Gonzalez (1)
    (1) Univ. of Arizona, (2) Observatoire Midi-Pyrenees, (3) Caltech, (4) IoA, (5) CfA
    11 pages, 2 figures, 2 tables; Accepted for publication in ApJL
  34. ISAAC/VLT observations of a lensed galaxy at z=10.0 [abs, ps, pdf, other ]

  35. Roser Pelló (1), Daniel Schaerer (2,1), Johan Richard (1), Jean-François Le Borgne (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (3, 1)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse, (2) Geneva Observatory, (3) Caltech
    To be published in A&A, Vol. 416, p. L35.
    Press release information, additional figures and information available at this http URL and this http URL

  36. A Probable z~7 Galaxy Strongly Lensed by the Rich Cluster Abell 2218: Exploring the Dark Ages [abs , ps , pdf , other >

  37. Jean-Paul Kneib (1,2), Richard S. Ellis (2), Michael R. Santos (2,3), Johan Richard (1)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse, (2) Caltech, (3) IoA Cambridge
    20 pages, accepted by the Astrophysical Journal

  38. The Abundance of Low-luminosity Lyman alpha Emitters at High Redshift [abs , ps , pdf , other ]

  39. Michael R. Santos (1), Richard S. Ellis (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (1,2), Johan Richard (2), Konrad Kuijken (3)
    (1) Caltech, (2) LAOMP/Toulouse, (3) Leiden 
    22 pages, 14 figures, accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal

  40. Discovery of a faint R-band drop-out: a strongly reddened lensed star forming galaxy at z=1.68 [abs , ps , pdf , other]

  41. Johan Richard (1), Daniel Schaerer (2,1), Roser Pelló (1), Jean-François Leborgne (1), Jean-Paul Kneib (1,3)
    (1) LAOMP/Toulouse, (2) Geneva Observatory, (3) Caltech
    5 pages, 5 figures, accepted for publication in A&A letters