The Effects of Stellar Population and Gas Covering Fraction on the Emergent Lyα Emission of High-redshift Galaxies

@article{Reddy2022TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Stellar Population and Gas Covering Fraction on the Emergent Ly$\alpha$ Emission of High-redshift Galaxies},
  author={Naveen A. Reddy and Michael W. Topping and Alice E. Shapley and Charles C. Steidel and Ryan L. Sanders and Xinnan Du and Alison L. Coil and Bahram Mobasher and Sedona H. Price and Irene Shivaei},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2022},
  volume={926}
}
We perform joint modeling of the composite rest-frame far-UV and optical spectra of redshift 1.85 ≤ z ≤ 3.49 star-forming galaxies to deduce key properties of the massive stars, ionized interstellar medium (ISM), and neutral ISM, with the aim of investigating the principal factors affecting the production and escape of Lyα photons. Our sample consists of 136 galaxies with deep Keck/LRIS and MOSFIRE spectra covering, respectively, Lyβ through C iii] λλ1907, 1909 and [O ii], [Ne iii], Hβ, [O iii… 

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