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The Baltimore Oriole's Nest: Cool Winds from the Inner and Outer Parts of a Star-Forming Galaxy at z=1.3

@inproceedings{Wang2021TheBO,
  title={The Baltimore Oriole's Nest: Cool Winds from the Inner and Outer Parts of a Star-Forming Galaxy at z=1.3},
  author={Weichen Wang and Susan A. Kassin and S. M. Faber and David C. Koo and Emily C. Cunningham and Hassen M. Yesuf and Guillermo Barro and Puragra Guhathakurta and Benjamin Weiner and Alexander de la Vega and Yicheng Guo and Timothy M. Heckman and Camilla Pacifici and Bingjie Wang and Charlotte Welker},
  year={2021}
}
Strong galactic winds are ubiquitous at z & 1. However, it is not well known where inside galaxies these winds are launched from. We study the cool winds (∼ 10 K) in two spatial regions of a massive galaxy at z = 1.3, which we nickname the “Baltimore Oriole’s Nest.” The galaxy has a stellar mass of 1010.3±0.3M and a star-formation rate of 62 +5 −31 M · yr,−1 placing it on the star-forming main sequence. The galaxy morphology is indicative of a recent merger. Gas kinematics indicate a… Expand

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