Discovery of a candidate binary supermassive black hole in a periodic quasar from circumbinary accretion variability

Wei Ting Liao, Yu Ching Chen, Xin Liu, A. Miguel Holgado, Hengxiao Guo, Robert Gruendl, Eric Morganson, Yue Shen, Tamara Davis, Richard Kessler, Paul Martini, Richard G. McMahon, Sahar Allam, James Annis, Santiago Avila, Manda Banerji, Keith Bechtol, Emmanuel Bertin, David Brooks, Elizabeth Buckley-GeerAurelio Carnero Rosell, Matias Carrasco Kind, Jorge Carretero, Francisco Javier Castander, Carlos Cunha, Chris D'Andrea, Luiz Da Costa, Christopher Davis, Juan De Vicente, Shantanu Desai, H. Thomas Diehl, Peter Doel, Tim Eifler, August Evrard, Brenna Flaugher, Pablo Fosalba, Josh Frieman, Juan Garcia-Bellido, Enrique Gaztanaga, Karl Glazebrook, Daniel Gruen, Julia Gschwend, Gaston Gutierrez, Will Hartley, Devon L. Hollowood, Klaus Honscheid, Ben Hoyle, David James, Elisabeth Krause, Kyler Kuehn, Marcos Lima, Marcio Maia, Jennifer Marshall, Felipe Menanteau, Ramon Miquel, Andres Plazas Malagon, Aaron Roodman, Eusebio Sanchez, Vic Scarpine, Michael Schubnell, Santiago Serrano, Mathew Smith, R. Chris Smith, Marcelle Soares-Santos, Flavia Sobreira, Eric Suchyta, Molly Swanson, Gregory Tarle, Vinu Vikram, Alistair Walker

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