BRIGHT [C II] 158 μm EMISSION IN A QUASAR HOST GALAXY AT z = 6.54

@article{Baados2015BRIGHTI,
  title={BRIGHT [C II] 158 $\mu$m EMISSION IN A QUASAR HOST GALAXY AT z = 6.54},
  author={Eduardo Ba{\~n}ados and Roberto Decarli and Fred Walter and Bram P. Venemans and Emanuele Paolo Farina and X. L. Fan},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={805}
}
The [C ii] 158 μm fine-structure line is known to trace regions of active star formation and is the main coolant of the cold, neutral atomic medium. In this Letter, we report a strong detection of the [C ii] line in the host galaxy of the brightest quasar known at z > 6.5 ?> , the Pan-STARRS1 selected quasar PSO J036.5078+03.0498 (hereafter P036+03), using the IRAM NOEMA millimeter interferometer. Its [C ii] and total far-infrared luminosities are ( 5.8 ± 0.7 ) × 10 9 ?> L ⊙ ?> and ( 7.6 ± 1.5… 

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