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GALAXY EVOLUTION IN DISTANT UNIVERSE

  • IM MVUNGSHIN (Department of Astronomy, SEES, Seoul National University)
  • Published : 2005.06.01

Abstract

This paper summarizes the recent progress made by our group at Seoul National University on studies of the evolution and formation of distant galaxies. Various research projects are currently underway, which include: (i) the number density of distant early-type galaxies (z < 1); (ii) the optical-NIR color gradient of nearby early-type galaxies; (iii) J - K-selected Extremely Red Objects (EROs) in field (CDF-S) and the cluster environment; and (iv) the Lyman-break galaxies in the Spitzer First Look Survey (FLS) field. These works will constrain the mass evolution and the star formation history of galaxies in different environments, and the results will serve as useful contraints on galaxy formation models.

Keywords

cosmology: observations;galaxies: evolution;galaxies: formation;space telescope

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