# The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] survey: Small Lya-[CII] velocity offsets in main-sequence galaxies at 4.4 < z < 6

@article{Cassata2020TheA,
title={The ALPINE-ALMA [CII] survey: Small Lya-[CII] velocity offsets in main-sequence galaxies at 4.4 < z < 6},
author={P. Cassata and L. Morselli and A. Faisst and M. Ginolfi and M. Bethermin and P. Capak and O. F{\e}vre and D. Schaerer and J. Silverman and L. Yan and B. Lemaux and M. Romano and M. Talia and S. Bardelli and M. Boquien and A. Cimatti and M. Dessauges-Zavadsky and Y. Fudamoto and S. Fujimoto and M. Giavalisco and N. Hathi and E. Ibar and G. Jones and A. Koekemoer and H. M{\'e}ndez-Hern{\'a}ndez and C. Mancini and P. Oesch and F. Pozzi and D. Riechers and G. Rodighiero and D. Vergani and G. Zamorani and E. Zucca},
journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
year={2020}
}`
The Lya line in the UV and the [CII] line in the FIR are widely used tools to identify galaxies and to obtain insights into ISM properties in the early Universe. By combining data obtained with ALMA in band 7 at ~ 320 GHz as part of the ALMA Large Program to INvestigate [CII] at Early Times (ALPINE) with spectroscopic data from DEIMOS at Keck, VIMOS and FORS2 at the VLT, we assembled a unique sample of 53 main-sequence star-forming galaxies at 4.4 < z < 6 in which we detect both the Lya line… Expand
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