Galaxies in the Young Universe: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Ringberg Castle, Tegernsse, Germany, 22-28 Sept. 1994
Hans Hippelein, Klaus Meisenheimer, Hermann-Josef Röser
Springer-Verlag GmbH, 1995 - Science - 314 pages
Understanding the formation and evolution of early galaxies is one of the most challenging problems in modern astronomy. In this volume leading specialists describe observations of high and intermediate redshift galaxies as well as the deep survey activities. Further topics include cosmology, and modelling and computer simulations of galaxy formation. Thus the reader will find here a fairly complete picture of the state of the art in this active field of astrophysics research.
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Observations of HighRedshift Galaxies
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abundance anisotropy Astr Astron Astrophys band baryonic Bender blue galaxies Bruzual Charllot cloud cold dark matter component continuum correlation cosmological Cowie damped Lya systems density detection disk distant radio galaxies distribution Djorgovski Efstathiou elliptical galaxies Ellis emission line epoch equivalent width evolution field galaxies FLRW fluctuations flux fraction Galactic galaxy clusters galaxy formation gravitational halo Hernquist high redshift HII regions HST images Hubble Hubble constant isophotes Lett limit luminosity function Ly-a Lya emission magnitude mass function measurements merging Miley morphologies neutrinos normal number counts objects observed optical parameters particles Peebles perturbations Phys predicted primeval galaxies quasar radiation radio galaxies radio sources radius range ratio regions rotation sample scale simulations spatial spectra spectroscopic spiral galaxies star formation star formation rate Steidel stellar population structure survey telescope universe velocity dispersion wavelengths