HerMES: Herschel-SPIRE observations of Lyman break galaxies

@article{Rigopoulou2010HerMESHO,
  title={HerMES: Herschel-SPIRE observations of Lyman break galaxies},
  author={Dimitra Rigopoulou and Georgios E. Magdis and R. J. Ivison and Alexandre Amblard and Vinodiran Arumugam and H. Aussel and A. W. Blain and James J. Bock and Alessandro Boselli and Veronique Buat and Denis Burgarella and Nieves Castro-Rodr{\'I}guez and Antonio Cava and P. Chanial and David L. Clements and Alex Conley and Luca Conversi and Asantha Cooray and Charles Darren Dowell and Eli Dwek and Stephen A. Eales and David Elbaz and Duncan Farrah and Alberto Franceschini and Jason Glenn and Matthew Joseph Griffin and Mark Halpern and Evanthia Hatziminaoglou and J.-S. Huang and Edo Ibar and Kate Gudrun Isaak and Guilaine Lagache and Louis Robert Levenson and Nanyao Y. Lu and Steve Madden and Bruno Maffei and Gabriele Mainetti and Lucia Marchetti and H. T. Nguyen and Brian O'Halloran and Seb Oliver and Alain Omont and M J Page and Pasquale Panuzzo and Andreas Papageorgiou and C. P. Pearson and Ismael P{\'e}rez-Fournon and Michael F. Pohlen and David Del Rizzo and Isaac Roseboom},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={409}
}
We present first results of a study of the submillimetre (submm) (rest-frame far-infrared) properties of z∼ 3 Lyman break galaxies (LBGs) and their lower redshift counterparts BX/BM galaxies, based on Herschel-SPIRE observations of the Northern field of the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS-N). We use stacking analysis to determine the properties of LBGs well below the current limit of the survey. Although LBGs are not detected individually, stacking the infrared luminous LBGs… Expand

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