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The intense starburst HDF 850.1 in a galaxy overdensity at z=5.2 in the Hubble Deep Field

Walter, Fabian; Decarli, Roberto; Carilli, C L; Bertoldi, Frank; Cox, Pierre; da Cunha, E; Daddi, E; Dickinson, Mark; Downes, Dennis; Elbaz, David; Ellis, Richard S; Hodge, Jacqueline; Neri, Roberto; Riechers, Dominik A.; Weiss, A; Bell, Eric F; Dannerbauer, Helmut; Krips, Melanie; Krumholz, Mark; Lentati, Lindley; Maiolino, Roberto; Menten, K M; Rix, Hans-Walter; Robertson, Brant; Spinrad, Hy; Stark, Daniel P; Stern, Daniel


The Hubble Deep Field provides one of the deepest multiwavelength views of the distant Universe and has led to the detection of thousands of galaxies seen throughout cosmic time1. An early map of the Hubble Deep Field at a wavelength of 850 micrometres, which is sensitive to dust emission powered by star formation, revealed the brightest source in the field, dubbed HDF 850.1 (ref. 2). For more than a decade, and despite significant efforts, no counterpart was found at shorter wavelengths, and...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2012
Type: Journal article
Source: Nature
DOI: 10.1038/nature11073


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