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Translate this pageKDG-2-Q-011--B3; ; ; ; Deep Ly-alpha imaging of two z=2.04 GRB host galaxy fields; DLG-QP-27(E) -709

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Translate this pageKDG-2-Q-011--B3; ; ; ; Deep Ly-alpha imaging of two z=2.04 GRB host galaxy fields; DLG-QP-27(E) -709 (PDF) DESAlert:Enabling Real-Time Transient Follow-Up The median redshift is z=2.1 for all, and z=2.3 for the TOUGH hosts. Our new data significantly improve the redshift completeness of the TOUGH survey, which now stands at 77% (53 out of 69 GRBs).

### (PDF) Discovery of a Ly Galaxy Near the Damped Ly

PDF On Feb 28, 1991, J. Lowenthal and others published Discovery of a Ly Galaxy Near the Damped Ly System at z = 2.3 towards the QSC PHL 957 Find, read and cite all the research you need -_Translate this pageKDG-2-Q-011--B3; ; ; ; Deep Ly-alpha imaging of two z=2.04 GRB host galaxy fields; DLG-QP-27(E) -709;

### AGN Jets and GLAST

Mészáros, gb2_ELTE 04 Cosmology with GRBs? High-z GRB distance measures ØFe Ka Gal.H abs Lamb, Reichart 00 XR cont:detect with Swift for zd20 @ t d1 dy Fe KaXR line unabsorbed by gal. for zd20 Swift det. Fe Kato zd3 @ td3 hrs , 3slevel XMM det. Fe Kato zd15 @ td1day, 3slevel Positive K-correction:flux ~ constant at zt5 Optical/UV:Ly acutoff ALMA Observing Activity from 2018-05-21T17:59:00 to massive galaxies at z~2 Tadaki EA 12-m 7 15:06:31 16:28:07 2017.1.00129.S NGC1375_a_03_TP Deep CO(J=1-0) mapping survey of Fornax galaxies with Morita array Morokuma EA Total Power 3 16:29:01 18:23:24 2017.1.00984.S NGC1808_a_08_7M Starburst-driven superwind in the nearby galaxy NGC 1808 traced by CI Salak EA 7-m 8

### Andromeda Galaxy Image Processing Tutorial in Adobe

Aug 28, 2019 · The 250mm field of view at F/4.9 created the widest, deep image of the Andromeda Galaxy Ive ever taken. Using the same image processing techniques shared on this page, I created the following image using 100 x 2-minute exposures with my Canon DSLR. The Andromeda Galaxy captured using the William Optics RedCat 51. CLASH:z 6 young galaxy candidate quintuply lensed by We present a quintuply lensed z 6 candidate discovered in the field of the galaxy cluster RXC J2248.7-4431 (z 0.348) targeted within the Cluster Lensing and Supernova survey with Hubble (CLASH) and selected in the deep Hubble Space Telescope (HST) frontier fields survey. Thanks to the CLASH 16-band HST imaging, we identify the quintuply lensed z 6 candidate as an optical dropout in

### CiteSeerX (DOI:will be inserted by hand later

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda):Abstract. We report the discovery of a galaxy at a redshift z=6.17 identified from deep narrow band imaging and spectroscopic follow-up in one of the CFHT-VIRMOS deep survey fields at 0226-04. In addition to the existing deep BVRI images of this field, we obtained a very deep narrow band image at 920 nm with the aim CiteSeerXCiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda):Astronomy & Astrophysics manuscript no. (will be inserted by hand later) Deep Ly imaging of two z=2.04 GRB host galaxy fields ,

### Deep Ly-alpha imaging of two z=2.04 GRB host galaxy fields

We report on the results of deep narrow-band Ly-alpha, U and I imaging of the fields of two GRBs at z=2.04 (GRB 000301C and GRB 000926). We find that the host galaxy of GRB 000926 is an extended, strong Ly-alpha emitter with a rest-frame equivalent width of 71+20-15 AA. The galaxy consists of two main components and several fainter knots. Diffuse Ly haloes around galaxies at z = 2.26.6 We use large photometric samples of LAEs at z = 2.2, 3.1, 3.7, 5.7, and 6.6 made by the large-area NB imaging surveys of Subaru telescope. Our z = 2.2 sample consists of 3556 LAEs found in five deep fields of COSMOS, GOODS-N, GOODS-S, SSA22, and SXDS (Nakajima et al. 2012).

### GRB 080913 AT REDSHIFT 6.7 - IOPscience

Mar 10, 2009 · With z = 6.695 ± 0.025, GRB 080913 is the most distant burst detected so far (and actually the second most distant spectroscopically confirmed object after a galaxy at z = 6.96, as well as the most distant X-ray source) for which a redshift has been determined (Iye 2008). Galaxy Zoo DataGalaxy Zoo 1 data release. The original Galaxy Zoo project ran from July 2007 until February 2009. It was replaced by Galaxy Zoo 2, Galaxy Zoo:Hubble, and Galaxy Zoo:CANDELS.In the original Galaxy Zoo project, volunteers classified images of Sloan Digital Sky Survey galaxies as belonging to one of six categories - elliptical, clockwise spiral, anticlockwise spiral, edge-on , star/don't know

Nov 21, 2016 · Two approaches can be considered when studying GRB locations. The first is simply to identify the GRB location relative to its host galaxy by measuring its offset, either relative to the galaxy host (e.g. Bloom et al. 2002), or perhaps to local regions of intense star formation, if such resolution is available (e.g. Hammer et al. 2006). The Gamma-Ray Bursts in the Era of Rapid FollowupWe present a status report on the study of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) in the era of rapid followup using the world's largest robotic optical telescopesthe 2 m Liverpool and Faulkes telescopes. Within the context of key unsolved issues in GRB physics, we describe (1) our innovative software that allows real-time automatic analysis and interpretation of GRB light curves, (2) the novel

### Gamma-ray Burst 080503

Gamma-ray Burst 080503 (All information courtesy of the instrument teams.) we report analysis of additional imaging taken between 1.0-2.5 hours after the burst in g, r, i, and z filters. , consistent with the lack of a coincident host galaxy down to 28.5 mag in deep HST imaging. Our observations reinforce the notion that short GRBs High-mass X-ray binaries and the cosmic 21-cm signal Abstract. By heating the intergalactic medium (IGM) before reionization, X-rays are expected to play a prominent role in the early Universe. The cosmic 21-cm si

### Long-Duration Gamma-Ray Burst Host Galaxies in Emission

Mar 10, 2016 · The galaxy population hosting long-duration GRBs provides a means to constrain the progenitor and an opportunity to use these violent explosions to characterize the nature of the high-redshift universe. Studies of GRB host galaxies in emission reveal a population of star-forming galaxies with great diversity, spanning a wide range of masses, metallicities, and redshifts. MAMMOTH:Confirmation of Two Massive Galaxy In total, 244 and 223 line emitters are detected in these two fields, and $196\pm 2$ and $175\pm 2$ are expected to be HAEs with an H$\alpha$ flux of $> 2.5\times 10^{-17}$ erg s$^{-1}$ cm$^{-2}$ (corresponding to an SFR of $>$5 M$_\odot$ yr$^{-1}$).

### Missing dark matter & shadows from a black hole, Hubble

Nov 30, 2020 · Using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescopes deep and high resolution optical imaging capabilities, the team was able to observe tidal disruptions from a neighboring, more massive galaxy:NGC 1035. Nissim KANEKAR National Centre For Radio Astrophysics We report on the results of a search for CO(3-2) emission from the galaxy counterpart of a high-metallicity Damped Ly-alpha Absorber (DLA) at z=2.5832 towards the quasar Q0918+1636.

### Paul Martini:Publications

The Nuclear Outflows and Feedback in the Seyfert 2 Galaxy Markarian 573 [Abstract PDF ] Martin White, Paul Martini A Deep, Visible-Infrared Galaxy Survey Circumnuclear Dust in the CfA Seyfert 2s . Pogge, R.W., Martini, P., and An, J. 1998, BAAS, 193, 6.04 NICMOS Imaging of the Nuclei of the CfA Seyfert 2s Search for the host galaxy of GRB 050904 at z=6.3Dec 14, 2006 · We present the results of deep imaging of the field of GRB 050904 with Suprime-Cam on the Subaru 8.2m telescope. We have obtained a narrow-band (130 A) image centered at 9200 A (NB921) and an i'-band image with total integration times of 56700 and 24060 s, respectively. The host galaxy was not detected within 1'' of the afterglow position. An object was found at 1.5'' NE from the

### Spectral constraints on the redshift of the optical

This implies either a small impact parameter 19, or, more likely, that the z = 0.835 system is due to the GRB host galaxy itself. We can also place an approximate upper limit to the source Star Formation in the Early Universe:Beyond the Tip of We present late-time Hubble Space Telescope (HST) imaging of the fields of six Swift gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) lying at 5.0 <~ z <~ 9.5. Our data include very deep observations of the field of the most distant spectroscopically confirmed burst, GRB 090423, at z = 8.2. Using the precise positions afforded by their afterglows, we can place stringent limits on the luminosities of their host galaxies.

### Systematic Identification of LAEs for Visible Exploration

Because the data of NB387 and NB101 (for detections of LAEs at z = 2.2 and 7.3) were not taken until 2016 April, we present the results of imaging with the two narrow-band NB816 and NB921 (for LAEs at z = 5.7 and 6.6), the observations of which have been partly conducted. THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE AND THE HIGH REDSHIFT Constraints on Galaxy Formation from Deep Galaxy Redshift Surveys and Quasar Absorption Line Studies. Galaxy Counts, Colours and Redshifts in the Hubble and Herschel Deep Fields. HST Observations of Field Galaxies to z ~ 1:Clues to Galaxy Evolution. Galaxies at z > 4.5. Internal Kinematics of a Sample of Galaxies at z = 0.250.45. Old

### THE SWIFT GRB HOST GALAXY LEGACY SURVEY. II. REST

Jan 19, 2016 · We present rest-frame near-IR (NIR) luminosities and stellar masses for a large and uniformly selected population of gamma-ray burst (GRB) host galaxies using deep Spitzer Space Telescope imaging of 119 targets from the Swift GRB Host Galaxy Legacy Survey spanning 0.03 < z < 6.3, and we determine the effects of galaxy evolution and chemical The correlation between the local density of luminous red We report on the results of deep narrow-band Ly-alpha, U and I imaging of the fields of two GRBs at z=2.04 (GRB 000301C and GRB 000926). We find that the host galaxy of GRB

### The host galaxy of a fast radio burst Nature

Feb 24, 2016 · Observations of a six-day-long radio transient following a fast radio burst have yielded the host galaxys redshift, which, combined with the dispersion measure, provides a Type IIn Supernova Detections in z 2 Lyman Break pernovae and of 300 z 2 and z 3 LBGs to test our host galaxy photometric color selection criteria and help rene the properties and volume of the monitored host galaxies. To date, six of the 30 photometric z 2 SN candidates received follow-up deep spectroscopy. All six SNe are conrmed to reside in host LBGs with 2 .0 < z < 2

### Type IIn Supernova Detections in z 2 Lyman Break

pernovae and of 300 z 2 and z 3 LBGs to test our host galaxy photometric color selection criteria and help rene the properties and volume of the monitored host galaxies. To date, six of the 30 photometric z 2 SN candidates received follow-up deep spectroscopy. All six SNe are conrmed to reside in host LBGs with 2 .0 < z < 2 Type IIn supernovae at redshift z 2 from archival data The three z 2 type IIn supernovae are detected in the Deep component of the CanadaFranceHawaii Telescope Legacy Survey (CFHT-LS), which consists of four fields, each of area one degree

### UV star-formation rates of GRB host galaxies

2. GRB host galaxy sample Our own multi-colour imaging studies of GRB host galax-ies have been presented elsewhere (Gorosabel et al. 2003a,b; Christensen et al. 2004). The present work is based on a com-pilation of photometry already available in the literature (in-cluding our own observational work). Uncovering strong Mg absorbing galaxiesDeep images are obtained with the FOcal Reducer and Spectrograph (FORS1) on the Very Large Telescope for the elds towards SDSS J110855 +120953 and SDSS J140850+020522. These quasars have Mgiiabsorption lines at z = 1.87 (Wr(Mgii) = 2.46 Å) and z = 1.98 (Wr(Mgii) = 1.89 Å), respectively, and each QSO has two intervening higher redshift DLAs

### Deep Ly imaging of two z = 2.04 GRB host galaxy fields

Jun 01, 2002 · We report on the results of deep narrow-band Ly and broad-band U and I imaging of the fields of two Gamma-Ray bursts at redshift z=2.04 (GRB 000301C and GRB 000926). We find that the host galaxy of GRB 000926 is an extended (more than 2 arcsec), strong Ly emitter with a rest-frame equivalent width of 71 +20 -15 Å. The galaxy consists of two main components and several fainter