George K. Miley

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Multicolor coronagraphic images of the circumstellar disk around HD 141569A have been obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys. The B, V, and I images show that the disk's previously described multiple-ring structure is actually a continuous distribution of dust with a tightly wound spiral structure. Extending from the disk are(More)
We present Hubble Space Telescope Advanced Camera for Surveys multicolor coronagraphic images of the recently discovered edge-on debris disk around the nearby ($10 pc) M dwarf AU Microscopii. The disk is seen between r ¼ 0B75 and 15 00 (7.5–150 AU) from the star. It has a thin midplane with a projected FWHM thickness of 2.5–3.5 AU within r < 50 AU of the(More)
Active galactic nuclei (AGNs) display many energetic phenomena--broad emission lines, X-rays, relativistic jets, radio lobes--originating from matter falling onto a supermassive black hole. It is widely accepted that orientation effects play a major role in explaining the observational appearance of AGNs. Seen from certain directions, circum-nuclear dust(More)
We measure the morphology–density relation (MDR) and morphology-radius relation (MRR) for galaxies in seven z ∼ 1 clusters that have been observed with the Advanced Camera for Surveys on board the Hubble Space Telescope. Simulations and independent comparisons of our visually derived morphologies indicate that ACS allows one to distinguish between E, S0,(More)
We present F435W (B), F606W (broad V), and F814W (broad I) coronagraphic images of the debris disk around Pictoris obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys. These images provide the most photometrically accurate and morphologically detailed views of the disk between 30 and 300 AU from the star ever recorded in scattered light.(More)
We present new deep multi-frequency radio-polarimetric images of a sample of high redshift radio galaxies (HzRGs), having redshift between 1.7 and 4.1. The radio data at 4.7 and 8.2 GHz were taken with the Very Large Array in the A configuration and provide a highest angular resolution of 0.2 ′′. Maps of total intensity, radio spectral index, radio(More)
We present the discovery and detailed observations of the radio galaxy 1243+036 (=4C 03.24) at a redshift of z = 3.57. The radio source was selected on the basis of its extremely steep radio spectrum, suggesting that it might be very distant. The radio source was identified with a galaxy of R magnitude 22.5. Subsequent spectroscopy showed strong Lyman α and(More)
The Advanced Camera for the Hubble Space Telescope has three cameras. The first, the Wide Field Camera, will be a high-throughput (44% at 600 nm, including the HST OTA), wide field (200"×204"), 4096 × 4096 pixel CCD optical and I-band camera that is half-critically sampled at 500 nm. The second, the High Resolution Camera (HRC), is a 1024 × 1024 pixel CCD(More)
LOFAR, the Low Frequency Array, is a next-generation radio telescope that is being built in Northern Europe and expected to be fully operational at the end of this decade. It will operate at frequencies from 15 to 240 MHz (corresponding to wavelengths of 20 to 1.2 m). Its superb sensitivity, high angular resolution, large field of view and flexible(More)