Star Formation History of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Comparison with the Hubble Deep Field-North

@article{Thompson2006StarFH,
  title={Star Formation History of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field: Comparison with the Hubble Deep Field-North},
  author={Rodger I. Thompson and Daniel J. Eisenstein and Xiaohui Fan and Mark E. Dickinson and Garth D. Illingworth and Robert C. Kennicutt},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={647},
  pages={787-798}
}
We use the NICMOS Treasury and ACS HUDF images to measure the extinction-corrected star formation history for 4681 galaxies in the region common to both images using the star formation rate distribution function and other techniques similar to those employed with the NICMOS and WFPC2 images in the HDFN. Unlike the HDFN, the NICMOS region of the HUDF appears to lack highly luminous and high star formation rate galaxies at redshifts beyond 3. The HUDF provides a region that is completely… 
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