3D-HST GRISM SPECTROSCOPY OF A GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED, LOW-METALLICITY STARBURST GALAXY AT z = 1.847

@article{Brammer20123DHSTGS,
  title={3D-HST GRISM SPECTROSCOPY OF A GRAVITATIONALLY LENSED, LOW-METALLICITY STARBURST GALAXY AT z = 1.847},
  author={Gabriel Barnes Brammer and Rub'en S'anchez-Janssen and Ivo Labb'e and Elisabete da Cunha and Dawn K. Erb and Marijn Franx and Mattia Fumagalli and Britt F. Lundgren and Danilo Marchesini and Ivelina Momcheva and Erica June Nelson and Shannon G. Patel and Ryan F. Quadri and Hans-Walter Rix and Rosalind E. Skelton and Kasper Borello Schmidt and Arjen van der Wel and Pieter G. van Dokkum and David A. Wake and Katherine E. Whitaker},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={758}
}
  • Gabriel Barnes Brammer, Rub'en S'anchez-Janssen, +17 authors Katherine E. Whitaker
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We present Hubble Space Telescope (HST) imaging and spectroscopy of the gravitational lens SL2SJ02176-0513, a cusp arc at z = 1.847. The UV continuum of the lensed galaxy is very blue, which is seemingly at odds with its redder optical colors. The 3D-HST WFC3/G141 near-infrared spectrum of the lens reveals the source of this discrepancy to be extremely strong [O III] λ5007 and Hβ emission lines with rest-frame equivalent widths of 2000 ± 100 and 520 ± 40 A, respectively. The source has a… CONTINUE READING

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