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Autofib Redshift Survey — I. Evolution of the galaxy luminosity function
We present a detailed determination of the restframe B-band galaxy luminosity function (LF) as a function of redshift and star formation activity from z=0 to z=0.75. The dataset used for this purpose
Hubble Space Telescope imaging of the CFRS and LDSS redshift surveys—IV. Influence of mergers in the evolution of faint field galaxies from z∼1
ABSTRA C T Hubble Space Telescope images of a sample of 285 galaxies with measured redshifts from the Canada‐France Redshift Survey (CFRS) and Autofib‐Low Dispersion Spectrograph Survey (LDSS)
Galaxy Size Evolution at High Redshift and Surface Brightness Selection Effects: Constraints from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field
We use the exceptional depth of the Ultra Deep Field (UDF) and UDF-Parallel ACS fields to study the sizes of high redshift (z~2-6) galaxies and address long-standing questions about possible biases
THE CLUSTER LENSING AND SUPERNOVA SURVEY WITH HUBBLE: AN OVERVIEW
The Cluster Lensing And Supernova survey with Hubble (CLASH) is a 524-orbit Multi-Cycle Treasury Program to use the gravitational lensing properties of 25 galaxy clusters to accurately constrain
The K20 survey - I. Disentangling old and dusty star-forming galaxies in the ERO population
We present the results of VLT optical spectroscopy of a complete sample of 78 EROs with R-Ks\geq5 over a field of 52 arcmin^2. About 70% of the 45 EROs with Ks\leq19.2 have been spectroscopically
STRONG-LENSING ANALYSIS OF A1689 FROM DEEP ADVANCED CAMERA IMAGES
We analyze deep multicolor Advanced Camera images of the largest known gravitational lens, A1689. Radial and tangential arcs delineate the critical curves in unprecedented detail, and many small
The K20 survey. VI. The distribution of the stellar masses in galaxies up to z 2
We present a detailed analysis of the stellar mass content of galaxies up to $z=2.5$ as obtained from the K20 spectrophotometric galaxy sample. We have applied and compared two different methods to
Understanding the core-halo relation of quantum wave dark matter from 3D simulations.
TLDR
From this scaling relation, present dwarf satellite galaxies are predicted to have kiloparsec-sized cores and a minimum mass of ∼10(8)M⊙, capable of solving the small-scale controversies in the cold dark matter model.
Cosmic Structure as the Quantum Interference of a Coherent Dark Wave
A cosmological model treating dark matter as a coherent quantum wave agrees well with conventional dark-matter theory on an astronomical scale. But on smaller scales, the quantum nature of wave-like
The K20 survey. V. The evolution of the near-IR Luminosity Function
We present the galaxy rest-frame near-IR Luminosity Function (LF) and its cosmic evolution to z 1:5 based on a spectroscopic survey of a magnitude limited sample of galaxies with Ks < 20 (the K20
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