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Euclid preparation: XXI. Intermediate-redshift contaminants in the search for $z>6$ galaxies within the Euclid Deep Survey

The Galaxy Starburst/Main-sequence Bimodality over Five Decades in Stellar Mass at z ≈ 3–6.5

ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: Bright [C ii] 158 mu m Lines from a Multiply Imaged Sub-L* Galaxy at z=6.0719

ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: A strongly lensed multiply imaged dusty system at z ≥ 6

ALMA Lensing Cluster Survey: An ALMA Galaxy Signposting a MUSE Galaxy Group at z = 4.3 Behind "El Gordo"

Extensive Lensing Survey of Optical and Near-infrared Dark Objects (El Sonido): HST H-faint Galaxies behind 101 Lensing Clusters

Faint LAEs near z > 4.7 C IV absorbers revealed by MUSE

Space Project for Astrophysical and Cosmological Exploration (SPACE), an ESA stand-alone mission and a possible contribution to the Origins Space Telescope

The Evolution of the IR Luminosity Function and Dust-obscured Star Formation over the Past 13 Billion Years

The MUSE Deep Lensed Field on the Hubble Frontier Field MACS J0416. Star-forming complexes at cosmological distances

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Opwinding onder astronomen over extreem verre sterrenstelsels gezien door ruimtetelescoop James Webb

Malli a’la Savorinen oikeassa, kaikki muut väärässä taas kerran ��

Das frühe Universum war voller Starburst-Galaxien

Early universe bristled with starburst galaxies

Starburst galaxies flourished in early universe

El universo primitivo estaba erizado de galaxias con brotes estelares

Cuenta regresiva para el telescopio que observará las primeras estrellas del universo

Dit gaan we ontdekken met de James Webb-ruimtetelescoop

De supertelescoop James Webb heeft een beter oog voor het jonge heelal

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