Emission-Line Galaxies in the STIS Parallel Survey

@inproceedings{Teplitz2001EmissionLineGI,
  title={Emission-Line Galaxies in the STIS Parallel Survey},
  author={Harry I. Teplitz and Nicholas R. Collins and Jonathan Perry Gardner and Robert S Hill and Jason Rhodes Ssc and Ssai and Gsfc and Nrc},
  year={2001}
}
We present the luminosity function of [O II]-emitting galaxies at a median redshift of z = 0.9, as measured in the deep spectroscopic data in the STIS Parallel Survey (SPS). The luminosity function shows strong evolution from the local value, as expected. By using random lines of sight, the SPS measurement complements previous deep single-field studies. We calculate the density of inferred star formation at this redshift by converting from [O II] to Hα line flux as a function of absolute… Expand

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