Bridging between the Integrated and Resolved Main Sequence of Star Formation

@article{Hemmati2020BridgingBT,
  title={Bridging between the Integrated and Resolved Main Sequence of Star Formation},
  author={Shoubaneh Hemmati and Bahram Mobasher and Hooshang Nayyeri and Abtin Shahidi and Peter Capak and Behnam Darvish and Nima Chartab and Marzyeh Jafariyazani and Zahra Sattari},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020}
}
The position of galaxies on the stellar mass, star formation rate plane with respect to the star-forming main sequence at each redshift is a convenient way to infer where the galaxy is in its evolution compared to the rest of the population. We use Hubble Space Telescope high resolution images in the GOODS-S field from the CANDELS survey and fit multi wavelength lights in resolution elements of galaxies with stellar population synthesis models. We then construct resolved kpc-scale stellar mass… 
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