NICMOS Imaging of a Cluster of Extremely Red Galaxies at Redshift z=2.38
We present NICMOS observations of the central regions of a rich cluster of galaxies at redshift z=2.38. The observations were scheduled for two weeks after the abstract submission deadline, so no results here, I'm afraid. The cluster was originally identified as an enormous overdensity of QSO Damped Lyman-alpha absorption-line systems seen in the spectra of three background QSOs (Francis and Hewett 1993, AJ 105, 1633). Ground-based imaging revealed enormous overdensities of Lyman-alpha emitting...[Show more]
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