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Morphologies and Substructures of UV Star-Forming Galaxies at Intermediate-z

  • E. N. Voyer (a1) (a2), D. F. de Mello (a2) (a3), S. M. Blevins (a2), H. I. Teplitz (a4), J. P. Gardner (a3), B. D. Siana (a5) and E. Soto (a2)...

Abstract

Exploring potential links between the internal physical processes of galaxies with respect to their external morphologies can reveal connections between past and present populations. One primary physical driver of galaxy evolution is star formation, which is directly detected from UV emission. Here, we summarize a study investigating the optical and UV morphologies of rest-frame UV-detected star-forming galaxies at intermediate redshifts (0.1<z<1.2) observed with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Solar Blind Channel (far-UV) and Wide Field PlanetaryCamera 2 (WFPC2; U-band) in the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey fields.

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Morphologies and Substructures of UV Star-Forming Galaxies at Intermediate-z

  • E. N. Voyer (a1) (a2), D. F. de Mello (a2) (a3), S. M. Blevins (a2), H. I. Teplitz (a4), J. P. Gardner (a3), B. D. Siana (a5) and E. Soto (a2)...

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