The Hubble Deep Field
Cambridge University Press, Oct 13, 1998 - Science - 303 pages
The Hubble Deep Field (HDF) is the deepest optical image of the Universe ever obtained. It is the result of a 150-orbit observing programme with the Hubble Space Telescope. It provides a unique resource for researchers studying the formation and evolution of stars and galaxies. This timely volume provides the first comprehensive overview of the HDF and its scientific impact on our understanding in cosmology. It presents articles by a host of world experts who gathered together at an international conference at the Space Telescope Science Institute. The contributions combine observations of the HDF at a variety of wavelengths with the latest theoretical progress in our understanding of the cosmic history of star and galaxy formation. The HDF is set to revolutionize our understanding in cosmology. This book therefore provides an indispensable reference for all graduate students and researchers in observational or theoretical cosmology.
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Introduction and motivation
Kinematics of distant galaxies
Redshift clustering in the Hubble Deep Field
Radio observations of the Hubble Deep Field
The ISO survey of the Hubble Deep Field
Galaxy counts vs type for 19m B 29m and galaxy formation from subgalactic
Large groundbased redshift surveys in the context of the
Global evolution of the stellar and interstellar contents of galaxies
Selection effects and robust measures of galaxy evolution
Disk galaxy evolution
The evolution of luminous matter in the universe
Colorselected high redshift galaxies and the
Gravitational Iensing in the Hubble Deep Field
Educational uses of the Hubble Deep Field
Beyond the Hubble Deep Field
The properties of Lymanbreak galaxies at redshift
Photometric redshifts of galaxies in the Hubble Deep Field
2.4 candidates absorption apparent magnitude baryonic blue break galaxies catalog clustering color comoving cooling cosmic cosmic variance cosmology counts Cowie dark matter detected disk dust effects elliptical galaxies emission line epoch estimate evolution faint galaxies fainter Figure filter flux fraction galactic galaxy formation galaxy population GIAVALISCO ground-based halo white dwarfs HDF galaxies Hubble Deep Field Hubble's images infrared Keck Keck telescope Lilly limit luminosity density luminosity function Lyman break Lyman-break galaxies Madau magnitudes mass measured MNRAS morphologies NGST objects observed optical parameters photometric redshifts pixels predicted radio galaxies radio sources range redshift distribution redshift surveys rest-frame sample Sandage scale selection shows simulations Space Telescope Science spectral templates spectroscopic redshifts spectrum spiral star formation rate starburst Steidel stellar population structure technique Telescope Science Institute universe velocity Veoe wavelengths WDLF WFPC2 white dwarf WINDHORST
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