The Stellar Population of Lyα-emitting Galaxies at z ~ 5.7

@article{Lai2006TheSP,
  title={The Stellar Population of Ly$\alpha$-emitting Galaxies at z ~ 5.7},
  author={Kamson Lai and Jia-Sheng Huang and Giovanni G. Fazio and Lennox L. Cowie and Esther M. Hu and Yuko Kakazu},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={655},
  pages={704 - 713}
}
We present a study of three Lyα-emitting galaxies (LAEs), selected via a narrowband survey in the GOODS northern field and spectroscopically confirmed to have redshifts of z ~ 5.65. Using HST ACS and Spitzer IRAC data, we constrain the rest-frame UV-to-optical spectral energy distributions (SEDs) of the galaxies. Fitting stellar population synthesis models to the observed SEDs, we find best-fit stellar populations with masses between ~109 and 1010 M☉, and ages between ~5 and 100 Myr, assuming a… 
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