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The COSMOS-[O ii] survey: evolution of electron density with star formation rate
Star-forming galaxies at $z > 1$ exhibit significantly different properties to local galaxies of equivalent stellar mass. Not only are high-redshift star-forming galaxies characterized by higher star
ZFIRE: Measuring Electron Density with [O ii] as a Function of Environment at z = 1.62
The global star formation rates (SFR) of galaxies at fixed stellar masses increase with redshift and are known to vary with environment unto z~2. We explore here whether the changes in the star
The most ancient spiral galaxy: a 2.6-Gyr-old disk with a tranquil velocity field
We report an integral-field spectroscopic (IFS) observation of a gravitationally lensed spiral galaxy A1689B11 at redshift $z=2.54$. It is the most ancient spiral galaxy discovered to date and the
Chemical pre-processing of cluster galaxies over the past 10 billion years in the IllustrisTNG simulations
We use IllustrisTNG simulations to investigate the mass-metallicity relation (MZR) evolution of star-forming cluster galaxies as a function of the formation history of galaxy clusters. The
Axisymmetric modes of rotating relativistic stars in the Cowling approximation
ABSTRACT Axisymmetric pulsations of rotating neutron stars can be excited in severalscenarios, such as core-collapse, crust and core-quakes and binary mergersand could become detectable either in
Radial Distribution Of ISM Gas-phase Metallicity In CLASH Clusters at z~0.35: A New Outlook On Environmental Impact On Galaxy Evolution
We present the first observation of cluster-scale radial metallicity gradients from star-forming galaxies. We use the DEIMOS spectrograph on the Keck II telescope to observe two CLASH clusters at
Dynamics of marginally trapped surfaces in a binary black hole merger: Growth and approach to equilibrium
The behavior of quasi-local black hole horizons in a binary black hole merger is studied numerically. We compute the horizon multipole moments, fluxes and other quantities on black hole horizons
High-resolution spatial analysis of a z ∼ 2 lensed galaxy using adaptive coadded source-plane reconstruction
Author(s): Sharma, S; Richard, J; Yuan, T; Gupta, A; Kewley, L; Patricio, V; Leethochawalit, N; Jones, TA | Abstract: © 2018 The Author(s). We present spatially resolved analysis of a lensed galaxy,
Galaxy Merger Fractions in Two Clusters at $z\sim 2$ Using the Hubble Space Telescope
We measure the fraction of galaxy-galaxy mergers in two clusters at $z\sim2$ using imaging and grism observations from the {\it Hubble Space Telescope}. The two galaxy cluster candidates were
Rotating compact objects with magnetic fields
We consider here the structure of rotating compact objects endowed with a magnetic field in general relativity as models of pulsars. We discuss the structure of rotating stars in the framework of