ZTF is described in a series of key papers listed listed below. ZTF was also featured in a special Focus issue of PASP.
The Zwicky Transient Facility: System Overview, Performance, and First Results (Bellm et al. 2019)
The Zwicky Transient Facility: Science Objectives (Graham et al. 2019)
The Zwicky Transient Facility: Observing System (Dekany et al. 2019)
The Zwicky Transient Facility: Surveys and Scheduler (Bellm et al. 2019)
The Zwicky Transient Facility Alert Distribution System (Patterson et al. 2019)
The Zwicky Transient Facility: Data Processing, Products, and Archive (Masci et al. 2018)
Machine Learning for the ZTF (Mahabal et al. 2019)
A recent ZTF discovery of a Wolf-Rayet star exploding as a supernova, which was led by Avishay Gal-Yam (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel) was published in Nature. The findings were also highlighted at the AAS239 virtual press conference (watch the recording here). Daniel Perley (LJMU, UK) presented separate but related discovery that add further evidence that massive stars have complicated deaths, rather than die quietly and turn into black holes.
ZTF survey uses two telescopes both part of the Palomar Observatory.
Simple daily alert archive is available to the community
The ZTF spectroscopic supernova survey
Bright Transient Survey
Repositories for processing ZTF data and alerts
Open source code for the astronomical data platform used by the ZTF partnership
ZTF Fritz System
A pure-python library that allows custom queries for any ZTF data product (developed by IN2P3)
The 7th public release made available in HiPS for display by Aladin (by Universite de Strasbourgh)