Newborn spheroids at high redshift: When and how did the dominant, old stars in today's massive galaxies form?
We study ~330 massive (M* > 109.5M⊙), newborn spheroidal galaxies (SGs) around the epoch of peak star formation (1 < z < 3) to explore the high-redshift origin of SGs and gain insight into when and how the old stellar populations that dominate today's U
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