The Hubble Space Telescope and the high redshift universe

  title={The Hubble Space Telescope and the high redshift universe},
  author={Nial R. Tanvir and Alfonso Arag{\'o}n-Salamanca and Jasper V. Wall},
Galaxy Population in a Cluster of Galaxies around the Radio Galaxy 3C 324 at z = 1.2
We discuss the properties of galaxies around the radio galaxy 3C 324 at z =1 .2 based on BV RI Kmulti-band imaging data. We have applied a photometric-redshift technique to objects in the 3C 324
New Constraints on the Molecular Gas in the Prototypical HyLIRGs BRI1202-0725 & BRI1335-0417
We present Karl G Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) observations of CO(2-1) line emission and rest-frame 250GHz continuum emission of the Hyper-Luminous IR Galaxies (HyLIRGs) BRI1202-0725 (z=4.69) and
The JWST science instrument payload: mission context and status
  • M. Greenhouse
  • Physics
    Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation
  • 2016
The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is the scientific successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. It is a cryogenic infrared space observatory with a 25 m2 aperture (6 m class) telescope that will
Hierarchical Bayesian approach for estimating physical properties in spiral galaxies: Age Maps for M74
One of the fundamental goals of modern Astronomy is to estimate the physical parameters of galaxies from images in different spectral bands. We present a hierarchical Bayesian model for obtaining age
[C II] Line Emission in Massive Star-forming Galaxies at z = 4.7
We present Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) observations of the [C II] 157.7 μm fine structure line and thermal dust continuum emission from a pair of gas-rich galaxies at z = 4.7,
Age patterns in a sample of spiral galaxies
We present the burst ages for young stellar populations in a sample of six nearby (<10 Mpc) spiral galaxies using a differential pixel-based analysis of the ionized gas emission. We explore this as
The galaxy ancestor problem
The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) finds galaxies whose Tolman dimming exceeds 10 mag. Could evolution alone explain these as our ancestor galaxies or could they be representatives of quite a different
Colour-magnitude relation, Butcher-Oemler effect, X-ray and weak lensing mass estimates.
We present results from the multi-wavelength study of XMMU J1230.3+1339 at z�1. We analyze deep multi-band wide-field images from the Large Bin ocular Telescope, multi-object spectroscopy
The Massive Galaxy Cluster XMMU J1230.3+1339 at z ~ 1: Colour-magnitude relation, Butcher-Oemler e
We present results from the multiwavelength study of XMMU J1230.3+1339 at z ∼ 1. We analyse deep multiband wide-field images from the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT), multi-object spectroscopy
This is the first exploration of the galaxy distribution function at redshifts greater than about 0.1. Redshifts are based on the North and South GOODS Catalogs. In each catalog we examine clustering