The Red Radio Ring: A gravitationally lensed hyperluminous infrared radio galaxy at z = 2.553 discovered through the citizen science project SPACE WARPS

J. E. Geach, A. More, A. Verma, P. J. Marshall, N. Jackson, P. E. Belles, R. Beswick, E. Baeten, M. Chavez, C. Cornen, B. E. Cox, T. Erben, N. J. Erickson, S. Garrington, P. A. Harrison, K. Harrington, D. H. Hughes, R. J. Ivison, C. Jordan, Y. T. LinA. Leauthaud, C. Lintott, S. Lynn, A. Kapadia, J. P. Kneib, C. Macmillan, M. Makler, G. Miller, A. Montaña, R. Mujica, T. Muxlow, G. Narayanan, D. O'Briain, T. O'Brien, M. Oguri, E. Paget, M. Parrish, N. P. Ross, E. Rozo, C. E. Rusu, E. S. Rykoff, D. Sanchez-Argüelles, R. Simpson, C. Snyder, F. P. Schloerb, M. Tecza, W. H. Wang, L. Van Waerbeke, J. Wilcox, M. Viero, G. W. Wilson, M. S. Yun, M. Zeballos

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