The Evolving Interstellar Medium of Star-forming Galaxies, as Traced by Stardust

@article{Kokorev2021TheEI,
  title={The Evolving Interstellar Medium of Star-forming Galaxies, as Traced by Stardust},
  author={Vasily Kokorev and Georgios E. Magdis and Iary Davidzon and Gabriel Brammer and Francesco M. Valentino and Emanuele Daddi and Laure Ciesla and Daizhong Liu and Shuowen Jin and Isabella Cortzen and Ivan Delvecchio and Clara Gim'enez-Arteaga and Carlos G'omez-Guijarro and Mark T. Sargent and Sune Toft and John R. Weaver},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={921}
}
We analyze the far-infrared (FIR) properties of ∼5000 star-forming galaxies at z < 4.5, drawn from the deepest, super-deblended catalogs in the GOODS-N and COSMOS fields. We develop a novel panchromatic spectral energy distribution fitting algorithm, Stardust, that models the emission from stars, active galactic nuclei (AGNs), and infrared dust emission, without relying on energy balance assumptions. Our code provides robust estimates of the UV−optical and FIR physical parameters, such as the… Expand

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 161 REFERENCES
Evolution of interstellar medium, star formation, and accretion at high redshift
ALMA observations of the long wavelength dust continuum are used to estimate the interstellar medium (ISM) masses in a sample of 708 galaxies at z = 0.3 to 4.5 in the COSMOS field. The galaxy sampleExpand
The evolution of the dust and gas content in galaxies
We use deep Herschel observations taken with both PACS and SPIRE imaging cameras to estimate the dust mass of a sample of galaxies extracted from the GOODS-S, GOODS-N and the COSMOS fields. We divideExpand
The Dust Content and Opacity of Actively Star-Forming Galaxies
We present far-infrared (FIR) photometry at 150 and 205 km of eight low-redshift starburst galaxies obtained with the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO) ISOPHOT. Five of the eight galaxies are detectedExpand
The infrared-radio correlation of star-forming galaxies is stronglyM⋆-dependent but nearly redshift-invariant sincez∼ 4
Over the past decade, several works have used the ratio between total (rest 8‒1000 μm) infrared and radio (rest 1.4 GHz) luminosity in star-forming galaxies (qIR), often referred to as theExpand
UV Star Formation Rates in the Local Universe
We measure star formation rates (SFRs) of ≈50,000 optically selected galaxies in the local universe (z ≈ 0.1)—from gas-rich dwarfs to massive ellipticals. We obtain dust-corrected SFRs by fitting theExpand
Starbursts in and out of the star-formation main sequence
Aims. We use high-resolution continuum images obtained with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) to probe the surface density of star formation in z ~ 2 galaxies and study the different physicalExpand
Evolution of the dust emission of massive galaxies up to z=4 and constraints on their dominant mode of star formation
We aim to measure the average dust and molecular gas content of massive star-forming galaxies (>3 × 1010M⊙) up to z = 4 in the COSMOS field to determine if the intense star formation observed at highExpand
The Herschel census of infrared SEDs through cosmic time
Using Herschel data from the deepest SPIRE and PACS surveys (HerMES and PEP) in COSMOS, GOODS-S and GOODS-N, we examine the dust properties of infrared (IR)-luminous (LIR > 1010 L⊙) galaxies at 0.1Expand
The Brightest Galaxies in the Dark Ages: Galaxies’ Dust Continuum Emission during the Reionization Era
Though half of cosmic starlight is absorbed by dust and reradiated at long wavelengths (3$\mu$m-3mm), constraints on the infrared through millimeter galaxy luminosity function (the `IRLF') are poorExpand
Dust and Gas in Star Forming Galaxies at z~3 - Extending Galaxy Uniformity to 11.5 Billion Years
We present millimetre dust emission measurements of two Lyman Break Galaxies at z~3 and construct for the first time fully sampled infrared spectral energy distributions (SEDs), from mid-IR to theExpand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...