The Distribution of Lyα-Emitting Galaxies at z=2.38

@article{Palunas2003TheDO,
  title={The Distribution of Ly$\alpha$-Emitting Galaxies at z=2.38},
  author={Povilas Palunas and Harry I. Teplitz and Paul J. Francis and Gerard M. Williger and Bruce E. Woodgate},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={602},
  pages={545-554}
}
We present the detection of 34 Lyα emission-line galaxy candidates in a 80 × 80 × 60 comoving Mpc region surrounding the known z = 2.38 galaxy cluster J2143-4423. The space density of Lyα emitters is comparable to that found by Steidel et al. when targeting a cluster at redshift 3.09, which is a factor of 5.8 ± 2.5 greater than that found by field samples at similar redshifts. The distribution of these galaxy candidates contains several 5-10 Mpc scale voids. We compare our observations with… 
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