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Stellar Population in Extremely Red Galaxies

  • A. Hempel (a1), D. Schaerer (a1) (a2), J. Richard (a3), E. Egami (a4) and R. Pelló (a2)...

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We describe our results on multi-colour observations of extremely red galaxies found in two gravitational lensing clusters (Abell 1835 and AC114). Applying a colour criteria of R-K≥ 5.6 we have selected 12(10) EROs, of which 10(4) have no R-band detection. 5 of these objects have exceptional red colours (R-K>7.5). We compare their colours with other galaxy populations, like distant red galaxies and infrared detected extremely red galaxies, in order to differentiate between them.

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Stellar Population in Extremely Red Galaxies

  • A. Hempel (a1), D. Schaerer (a1) (a2), J. Richard (a3), E. Egami (a4) and R. Pelló (a2)...

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