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Dark Energy Survey year 1 results: Galaxy-galaxy lensing

  • Author(s): Prat, J
  • Sánchez, C
  • Fang, Y
  • Gruen, D
  • Elvin-Poole, J
  • Kokron, N
  • Secco, LF
  • Jain, B
  • Miquel, R
  • Maccrann, N
  • Troxel, MA
  • Alarcon, A
  • Bacon, D
  • Bernstein, GM
  • Blazek, J
  • Cawthon, R
  • Chang, C
  • Crocce, M
  • Davis, C
  • De Vicente, J
  • Dietrich, JP
  • Drlica-Wagner, A
  • Friedrich, O
  • Gatti, M
  • Hartley, WG
  • Hoyle, B
  • Huff, EM
  • Jarvis, M
  • Rau, MM
  • Rollins, RP
  • Ross, AJ
  • Rozo, E
  • Rykoff, ES
  • Samuroff, S
  • Sheldon, E
  • Varga, TN
  • Vielzeuf, P
  • Zuntz, J
  • Abbott, TMC
  • Abdalla, FB
  • Allam, S
  • Annis, J
  • Bechtol, K
  • Benoit-Lévy, A
  • Bertin, E
  • Brooks, D
  • Buckley-Geer, E
  • Burke, DL
  • Carnero Rosell, A
  • Carrasco Kind, M
  • Carretero, J
  • Castander, FJ
  • Cunha, CE
  • D'Andrea, CB
  • Da Costa, LN
  • Desai, S
  • Diehl, HT
  • Dodelson, S
  • Eifler, TF
  • Fernandez, E
  • Flaugher, B
  • Fosalba, P
  • Frieman, J
  • García-Bellido, J
  • Gaztanaga, E
  • Gerdes, DW
  • Giannantonio, T
  • Goldstein, DA
  • Gruendl, RA
  • Gschwend, J
  • Gutierrez, G
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2018 American Physical Society. We present galaxy-galaxy lensing measurements from 1321 sq. deg. of the Dark Energy Survey (DES) Year 1 (Y1) data. The lens sample consists of a selection of 660,000 red galaxies with high-precision photometric redshifts, known as redMaGiC, split into five tomographic bins in the redshift range 0.15

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