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Cool Gas in High-Redshift Galaxies
Over the past decade, observations of the cool interstellar medium (ISM) in distant galaxies via molecular and atomic fine structure line (FSL) emission have gone from a curious look into a few
Very High Gas Fractions and Extended Gas Reservoirs in z = 1.5 Disk Galaxies
We present evidence for very high gas fractions and extended molecular gas reservoirs in normal, near-infrared selected (BzK) galaxies at z~1.5, based on multi-configuration CO[2-1] observations
A relationship between AGN jet power and radio power
Using Chandra X-ray and Very Large Array radio data, we investigate the scaling relationship between jet power, P{sub jet}, and synchrotron luminosity, P{sub radio}. We expand the sample presented in
We present evidence that bona fide disks and starburst systems occupy distinct regions in the gas mass versus star formation rate (SFR) plane, both for the integrated quantities and for the
The Star Formation History of Mass-selected Galaxies in the COSMOS Field
We explore the redshift evolution of the specific star formation rate (SSFR) for galaxies of different stellar mass by drawing on a deep 3.6 µm-selected sample of > 10 5 galaxies in the 2 deg 2
350 μm dust emission from high-redshift quasars
We report detections of six high-redshift (1.8 ≤ z ≤ 6.4), optically luminous, radio-quiet quasars at 350 μm, using the SHARC II bolometer camera at the Caltech Submillimeter Observatory. Our
The First Release COSMOS Optical and Near-IR Data and Catalog
Panchromatic number counts are constructed which confirm that both the geometry of the universe and the galaxy population are evolving and that both Stellar and galaxy colors and counts agree well with the expected values.
The Chandra COSMOS Survey. I. Overview and Point Source Catalog
The Chandra COSMOS Survey (C-COSMOS) is a large, 1.8 Ms, Chandra program that has imaged the central 0.5 deg^2 of the COSMOS field (centered at 10 ^h , +02 ^o ) with an effective exposure of ~160 ks,
Observational Constraints on Cosmic Reionization
Observations have set the first constraints on the epoch of reionization (EoR), corresponding to the formation epoch of the first luminous objects. Studies of GunnPeterson (GP) absorption indicate a