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The host galaxies of radio-loud active galactic nuclei: mass dependences, gas cooling and active galactic nuclei feedback
The properties of the host galaxies of a well-defined sample of 2215 radio-loud active galactic nuclei (AGN) with redshifts 0.03 10 23 W Hz -1 is a strong function of stellar mass, rising from nearlyExpand
On the fundamental dichotomy in the local radio-AGN population
A sample of 18 286 radio-loud active galactic nuclei (AGN) is presented, constructed by combining the seventh data release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey with the NRAO (National Radio AstronomyExpand
Predicting dust extinction from the stellar mass of a galaxy
We investigate how the typical dust extinction of Hα luminosity from a star-forming galaxy depends upon star formation rate (SFR), metallicity and stellar mass independently, using a sample of ~90Expand
The Coevolution of Galaxies and Supermassive Black Holes: Insights from Surveys of the Contemporary Universe
We summarize what large surveys of the contemporary Universe have taught us about the physics and phenomenology of the processes that link the formation and evolution of galaxies with their centralExpand
A large Hα survey at z = 2.23, 1.47, 0.84 and 0.40: the 11 Gyr evolution of star-forming galaxies from HiZELS
This paper presents new deep and wide narrow-band surveys undertaken with United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT), Subaru and the Very Large Telescope (VLT), a unique combined effort to selectExpand
A sample of radio-loud active galactic nuclei in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey
A sample of 2712 radio-luminous galaxies is defined from the second data release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) by cross-comparing the main spectroscopic galaxy sample with two radio surveys:Expand
How special are Brightest Group and Cluster Galaxies
We use the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) to construct a sample of 625 brightest group and cluster galaxies (BCGs) together with control samples of non-BCGs matched in stellar mass, redshift andExpand
Star formation at z=1.47 from HiZELS: an Hα+[O ii] double-blind study*
This paper presents the results from the first wide and deep dual narrow-band survey to select Hα and [Oii] line emitters at z= 1.47 ± 0.02, exploiting synergies between the United Kingdom InfraredExpand
Deep multi-frequency radio imaging in the Lockman Hole using the GMRT and VLA - I. The nature of the sub-mJy radio population
In the run up to routine observations with the upcoming generation of radio facilities, the nature of sub-mJy radio population has been hotly debated. Here, we describe multi-frequency data designedExpand
LOFAR - low frequency array
In dit artikel zullen the authors LOFAR beschrijven: van de astronomische mogelijkheden met de nieuwe telescoop tot aan een nadere technische beshrijving of het instrument. Expand