# Ly alpha-EMITTING GALAXIES AT z=2.1 : STELLAR MASSES, DUST, AND STAR FORMATION HISTORIES FROM SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTION FITTING

@article{Guaita2011LyAG,
title={Ly alpha-EMITTING GALAXIES AT z=2.1 : STELLAR MASSES, DUST, AND STAR FORMATION HISTORIES FROM SPECTRAL ENERGY DISTRIBUTION FITTING},
author={L Guaita and Viviana Acquaviva and Nelson D. Padilla and Eric Gawiser and Nicholas A. Bond and Robin Ciardullo and Ezequiel Treister and Peter Kurczynski and Caryl Gronwall and Paulina Lira and Kevin Schawinski},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={2011},
volume={733},
pages={114}
}
• Published 15 January 2011
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We study the physical properties of 216 z similar or equal to 2.1 Ly alpha-emitting galaxies (LAEs) discovered in an ultra-deep narrow-MUSYC image of the ECDF-S. We fit their stacked spectral energ ...
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