DUST ATTENUATION AND H{alpha} STAR FORMATION RATES OF z {approx} 0.5 GALAXIES

@article{Ly2012DUSTAA,
  title={DUST ATTENUATION AND H\{alpha\} STAR FORMATION RATES OF z \{approx\} 0.5 GALAXIES},
  author={Chun Ly and Matthew A. Malkan and Nobunari Kashikawa and Kazuaki Ota and Kazuhiro Shimasaku and Masanori Iye and Thayne Currie STScI and Ucla and University of Tokyo and Naoj and University of Kyoto and NASA-Goddard and Giacconi Fellow},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={747}
}
Using deep narrowband and broadband imaging, we identify 401 z Almost-Equal-To 0.40 and 249 z Almost-Equal-To 0.49 H{alpha} line-emitting galaxies in the Subaru Deep Field. Compared to other H{alpha} surveys at similar redshifts, our samples are unique since they probe lower H{alpha} luminosities, are augmented with multi-wavelength (rest-frame 1000 Angstrom-Sign -1.5 {mu}m) coverage, and a large fraction (20%) of our samples has already been spectroscopically confirmed. Our spectra allow us to… 

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