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Rich clusters of galaxies are interesting as the most massive gravitationally bound objects in the Universe. Although containing only about 1 % of all galaxies, they provide an environment for the formation and evolution of galaxies that is unique, and in many regards, the population of galaxies seen today in rich clusters di ers from that found in the eld.(More)
  • Jon Gardner
  • Emergency nurse : the journal of the RCN Accident…
  • 2012
An increase in temperature above the normal range of 35.6 degrees C-38.2 degrees C (Ryan and Levy 2003) can indicate the presence of infection or sepsis. When the body detects infection, a series of responses to control infection are initiated that result in a rise in systemic temperature. Research suggests that this rise in temperature can be regarded as a(More)
Deep spectroscopy on NGST o ers the possibility to determine the physical characteristics of faint galaxies detected in imaging surveys, and thus to make major advances in our understanding of both the phenomenology of galaxy formation and evolution and the physical processes responsible for driving the evolution. We propose four programs with different(More)
It is proposed to carry out a deep multi-band imaging survey aimed at understanding galaxy evolution. The survey will detect and identify the rst star-forming systems at extremely high redshifts and will produce deep imaging data for a large number of galaxies in the 1 < z < 5 redshift range that will also be studies spectrocopically. In order to fully(More)
There is already significant observational evidence for a link between quasar/AGN activity and the general evolution of galaxies: (a) most if not all massive galaxies harbour massive black holes in their cores that were likely to have been quasars in the past; (b) the most luminous manifestations of AGN activity appear to be linked in the present-day(More)
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