Astronomers study a gravitationally lensed emission line galaxy, with implications for the characteristics of early galaxy populations.
The most distant quasar yet discovered illuminates the early universe…
What created the strong CIV absorption near this Lyman Alpha Emitter?
How do galaxies transform from blue, star-forming discs into the massive red-and-dead ellipticals that we observe so frequently? Post-starburst galaxies, caught in this transition phase, might hold the answers to this puzzle in galaxy evolution.
The year is 1978. Some people are wondering how star formation works in weird-looking galaxies.
How does habitability vary on a galactic scale?