22 pages, 16 figures. Submitted to the MNRAS. Comments are welcome

We present a statistical weak-lensing magnification analysis on an optically selected sample of 3029 \texttt{CAMIRA} galaxy clusters with richness $N>15$ in the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) survey. The CAMIRA sample spans a wide redshift range of $0.2\leq z <1.1$. We use two distinct populations of color-selected, flux-limited background galaxies, namely the low-$z$ and high-$z$ samples at mean redshifts of $\approx1.1$ and $\approx1.4$, respectively, from which to measure the weak-lensing magnification signal by accounting for cluster contamination as well as masking effects. Our magnification bias measurements are found to be uncontaminated according to validation tests against the "null-test" samples for which the net magnification bias is expected to vanish. The magnification bias for the full \texttt{CAMIRA} sample is detected at a significance level of $8.29\sigma$, which is dominated by the high-$z$ background. We forward-model the observed magnification data to constrain the richness-to-mass ($N-M$) relation for the \texttt{CAMIRA} sample. In this work, we can only constrain the normalization of the $N-M$ relation by employing informative priors on the mass and redshift trends, and on the intrinsic scatter at fixed mass. The resulting scaling relation is $N\propto {M_{500}}^{0.91\pm0.14} (1 + z)^{-0.45\pm0.75}$, with a characteristic richness of $N=\left(19.63\pm3.16\right)$ and intrinsic log-normal scatter of $0.14\pm0.07$ at $M_{500} = 10^{14}h^{-1}M_{\odot}$. With the derived $N-M$ relation, we provide magnification-calibrated mass estimates of individual \texttt{CAMIRA} clusters, with the typical uncertainty of $\approx38\percent$ and $\approx30\percent$ at richness$\approx20$ and $\approx40$, respectively. We further compare our magnification-inferred $N-M$ relation with those from the shear-based results in the literature, finding good agreement.

13 pages, four figures. arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1908.11849

Paper 1 — arXiv:1909.01993

Paper 1 — arXiv:1909.01993

arXiv admin note: text overlap with arXiv:1712.00389

Paper 2 — arXiv:1909.01995

Paper 2 — arXiv:1909.01995

24 pages, 15 figures (4 additional figures in Appendix), 3 tables, Accepted for publication in the Astrophysical Journal

Paper 3 — arXiv:1909.01996

Paper 3 — arXiv:1909.01996

Accepted for publication in MNRAS. 12 pages, 13 figures

Paper 4 — arXiv:1909.02004

Paper 4 — arXiv:1909.02004

22 pages, 6 figures, code available at this https URL

Paper 5 — arXiv:1909.02005

Paper 5 — arXiv:1909.02005

Submitted to ApJ supplement

Paper 6 — arXiv:1909.02006

Paper 6 — arXiv:1909.02006

12 pages, 9 figures, submitted from Travelers to ApJ

Paper 7 — arXiv:1909.02007

Paper 7 — arXiv:1909.02007

18 pages+appendice, 11 figures, 2 tables, accepted by MNRAS. The C75 AGN catalogue can be downloaded at this https URL

Paper 8 — arXiv:1909.02010

Paper 8 — arXiv:1909.02010

8 pages, 6 figures; invited review for IAU Symposium 353: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Surveys

Paper 9 — arXiv:1909.02011

Paper 9 — arXiv:1909.02011

14 pages, 11 figures

Paper 10 — arXiv:1909.02012

Paper 10 — arXiv:1909.02012

10 pages, 4 figures, 3 tables. Accepted to the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Paper 11 — arXiv:1909.02016

Paper 11 — arXiv:1909.02016

8 pages, 3 figures. Accepted for publication in MNRAS

Paper 12 — arXiv:1909.02017

Paper 12 — arXiv:1909.02017

8 pages, 2 tables, 5 figures

Paper 13 — arXiv:1909.02019

Paper 13 — arXiv:1909.02019

13 pages, 5 figures, 2 appendices. Submitted to MNRAS

Paper 14 — arXiv:1909.02024

Paper 14 — arXiv:1909.02024

8 pages, submitted for publication

Paper 15 — arXiv:1909.02025

Paper 15 — arXiv:1909.02025

27 pages, 10 figures, 4 tables, ApJ in press

Paper 16 — arXiv:1909.02028

Paper 16 — arXiv:1909.02028

17 pages, 16 figures, accepted by A&A

Paper 17 — arXiv:1909.02031

Paper 17 — arXiv:1909.02031

Presented at the 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2019). See arXiv:1907.11699 for all IceCube contributions

Paper 18 — arXiv:1909.02036

Paper 18 — arXiv:1909.02036

Presented at the 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2019). See arXiv:1907.11699 for all IceCube contributions

Paper 20 — arXiv:1909.02047

Paper 20 — arXiv:1909.02047

In press in Nature Astronomy, 9 September 2019 issue. 24 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables

Paper 21 — arXiv:1909.02049

Paper 21 — arXiv:1909.02049

24 pages, 15 figures, 10 tables, accepted for publication in MNRAS

Paper 23 — arXiv:1909.02056

Paper 23 — arXiv:1909.02056

accepted by ApJ (9/4/2019)

Paper 24 — arXiv:1909.02079

Paper 24 — arXiv:1909.02079

144 pages, 9 figures, 8 tables, 1 supplemental table

Paper 25 — arXiv:1909.02082

Paper 25 — arXiv:1909.02082

7 pages, 3 figures, ApJ, in press

Paper 26 — arXiv:1909.02084

Paper 26 — arXiv:1909.02084

28 Pages, 17 Pages, Accepted to APJ

Paper 27 — arXiv:1909.02085

Paper 27 — arXiv:1909.02085

25 pages, 16 figures

Paper 28 — arXiv:1909.02090

Paper 28 — arXiv:1909.02090

Paper 30 — arXiv:1909.02100

Paper 30 — arXiv:1909.02100

10 pages, 3 figures, APC State of the Profession White Paper submitted to the Astro2020 Decadal Survey (Additional endorsers listed in article)

Paper 31 — arXiv:1909.02103

Paper 31 — arXiv:1909.02103

5 pages, 4 figures. Accepted for publication in MNRAS Letters

Paper 32 — arXiv:1909.02138

Paper 32 — arXiv:1909.02138

18 pages, 7 Figures, Accepted for publication in A&A

Paper 33 — arXiv:1909.02147

Paper 33 — arXiv:1909.02147

19 pages, 4 figures, abstract truncated for arxiv format

Paper 34 — arXiv:1909.02152

Paper 34 — arXiv:1909.02152

6 pages, 2 figures

Paper 35 — arXiv:1909.02161

Paper 35 — arXiv:1909.02161

10 pages, 6 figures, accepted for publication in ApJ Letters

Paper 36 — arXiv:1909.02171

Paper 36 — arXiv:1909.02171

Paper 37 — arXiv:1909.02175

Paper 37 — arXiv:1909.02175

21 pages, 12 figures, 4 tables

Paper 38 — arXiv:1909.02179

Paper 38 — arXiv:1909.02179

8 pages, 2 figures, Proceedings of the 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2019), July 24th - August 1st, Madison, WI, USA

Paper 39 — arXiv:1909.02189

Paper 39 — arXiv:1909.02189

20 pages, 12 figures, 2 movies. ApJ submitted. Movies and configuration files will be available at the GALPROP website: this https URL

Paper 40 — arXiv:1909.02223

Paper 40 — arXiv:1909.02223

5 pages, 2 figures

Paper 41 — arXiv:1909.02239

Paper 41 — arXiv:1909.02239

21 pages, 20 figures, comments welcome

Paper 42 — arXiv:1909.02242

Paper 42 — arXiv:1909.02242

18 pages, 12 figures Accepted for publication in MNRAS

Paper 43 — arXiv:1909.02248

Paper 43 — arXiv:1909.02248

Presented at the 36th International Cosmic Ray Conference (ICRC 2019). See arXiv:1907.11699 for all IceCube contributions

Paper 44 — arXiv:1909.02258

Paper 44 — arXiv:1909.02258

Paper 45 — arXiv:1909.02262

Paper 45 — arXiv:1909.02262

Paper 46 — arXiv:1909.02283

Paper 46 — arXiv:1909.02283

10 pages, 4 figures, 1 table, accepted for publication in the ApJL

Paper 47 — arXiv:1909.02284

Paper 47 — arXiv:1909.02284

8 pages, 6 figures, ICRC2019

Paper 48 — arXiv:1909.02306

Paper 48 — arXiv:1909.02306

26 pages, 16 figures; to be published in Astrophysics and Space Science Library 460, Astronomical Polarisation from the Infrared to Gamma Rays, Editors: Mignani, R., Shearer, A., S{\l}owikowska, A., Zane, S

Paper 49 — arXiv:1909.02316

Paper 49 — arXiv:1909.02316

12 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables, submitted to MNRAS

Paper 50 — arXiv:1909.02323

Paper 50 — arXiv:1909.02323

16 pages, 16 figures, accepted for publication in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Paper 51 — arXiv:1909.02329

Paper 51 — arXiv:1909.02329

26 pages, 7 pages, 6 tables. ApJ accepted. The continuum images are publicly available at this https URL . A pdf file with finer image resolutions is available at this https URL

Paper 52 — arXiv:1909.02338

Paper 52 — arXiv:1909.02338

12 pages, 4 figures. Accepted for publication in MNRAS

Paper 53 — arXiv:1909.02354

Paper 53 — arXiv:1909.02354

4 pages. Contributed paper at the ADASS XXVII conference, held in Santiago de Chile, Chile, October 2017. Proceedings to be published in ASP Conf. Ser. 522, 641, Ballester, P. et al., Eds., 2019

Paper 55 — arXiv:1909.02371

Paper 55 — arXiv:1909.02371

Paper 56 — arXiv:1909.02387

Paper 56 — arXiv:1909.02387

28 pages, 6 figures

Paper 57 — arXiv:1909.02407

Paper 57 — arXiv:1909.02407

9 pages, 9 figures, 2 tables, recommended for publication in section 4. Extragalactic astronomy of Astronomy and Astrophysics, additional observation images can be found at: this https URL

Paper 58 — arXiv:1909.02412

Paper 58 — arXiv:1909.02412

24 pages, submitted to AJ

Paper 59 — arXiv:1909.02427

Paper 59 — arXiv:1909.02427

12 pages, 8 figures, accepted 30/08/2019 for publication by Astronomy & Astrophysics

Paper 60 — arXiv:1909.02428

Paper 60 — arXiv:1909.02428

White-Paper submitted in response to the "Voyage-2050" ESA call: cover page + 20 page text (including 16 figures) + 5 page references + list of team-members. Additional supporting authors are listed in the acknowledgment section at page 20 of the paper

Paper 61 — arXiv:1909.02454

Paper 61 — arXiv:1909.02454

8 page text of invited review at IAU Symposium 353 `Galactic dynamics in the era of large surveys'

Paper 62 — arXiv:1909.02455

Paper 62 — arXiv:1909.02455

Accepted for publication in A&A. 5 pages, 5 figures

Paper 63 — arXiv:1909.02494

Paper 63 — arXiv:1909.02494

36 pages, 13 figures, 2 tables

Paper 64 — arXiv:1909.02504

Paper 64 — arXiv:1909.02504

Paper 65 — arXiv:1909.02513

Paper 65 — arXiv:1909.02513

34 pages, 21 figures, 5 tables, accepted for publication in MNRAS

Paper 66 — arXiv:1909.02530

Paper 66 — arXiv:1909.02530

Accepted for publication in ApJ

Paper 67 — arXiv:1909.02541

Paper 67 — arXiv:1909.02541

5 pages + references, 4 figures. Version published in Physical Review Letters

Paper 68 — arXiv:1909.02552

Paper 68 — arXiv:1909.02552

7 pages, 1 Table, 2 Figures

Paper 69 — arXiv:1909.02554

Paper 69 — arXiv:1909.02554

7 pages, 3 figures, submitted to MNRAS

Paper 70 — arXiv:1909.02561

Paper 70 — arXiv:1909.02561

36 pages, 5 figures

Paper 1 — arXiv:1909.02014

Paper 1 — arXiv:1909.02014

Invited Review; 98 pages; 2 figures

Paper 2 — arXiv:1909.02015

Paper 2 — arXiv:1909.02015

20 pages, 3 figures

Paper 3 — arXiv:1909.02018

Paper 3 — arXiv:1909.02018

20 pages, 6 figures

Paper 5 — arXiv:1909.02272

Paper 5 — arXiv:1909.02272

7 pages, 4 figures

Paper 6 — arXiv:1909.02274

Paper 6 — arXiv:1909.02274

21 pages, 2 figures

Paper 7 — arXiv:1909.02368

Paper 7 — arXiv:1909.02368

10 pages, 10 figures, submitted to the American Journal of Physics

Paper 8 — arXiv:1909.02394

Paper 8 — arXiv:1909.02394