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Recent DAWN papers

Khalid, A. et al. , Characterizing tidal features around galaxies in cosmological simulations, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Zheng, Zhiyuan et al. , Quasars with flare/eclipse-like variability identified in ZTF, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Looser, Tobias J. et al. , A recently quenched galaxy 700 million years after the Big Bang, Nature


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    Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, DAWNers and collaborators found a rotating baby galaxy 1/100th the size of the Milky Way at a time when the Universe was only 7% of its present age. Assisted by the “gravitational lens effect”, the team was able to explore for the first time the nature of small and dark “normal galaxies” in the early Universe, representative of the main population of the first galaxies.

     
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  • ALMA Discovers Rotating Infant Galaxy with Help of Natural Cosmic Telescope

    Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, DAWNers and collaborators found a rotating baby galaxy 1/100th the size of the Milky Way at a time when the Universe was only 7% of its present age. Assisted by the “gravitational lens effect”, the team was able to explore for the first time the nature of small and dark “normal galaxies” in the early Universe, representative of the main population of the first galaxies.

     
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  • Highest detail yet observations of distant galaxy

    Image credit: Seiji Fujimoto. Massive matter — such as clusters of galaxies — distort and magnify light from distant galaxies behind them through gravitational lensing. This can make faint galaxies […]

     
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