University of Hertfordshire

A large area search for radion-loud quasars within the epoch of reionization

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    Accepted author manuscript, 127 KB, PDF document

  • M.J. Jarvis
  • S. Rawlings
  • F.E. Barrio
  • G.J. Hill
  • A. Bauer
  • S. Croft
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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMultiwavelength AGN surveys
Subtitle of host publicationProcs of the Guillermo Haro Conf 2003
PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing
Pages133-136
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Abstract

The Universe became fully reionized, and observable optically, at a time corresponding
to redshift z ~ 6.5, so it is only by studying the HI and molecular
absorption lines against higher-redshift, radio-loud sources that one can hope to
make detailed studies of the earliest stages of galaxy formation. At present no targets
for such studies are known. In these proceedings we describe a survey which
is underway to find radio-loud quasars at z > 6.5, and present broad-band SEDs
of our most promising candidates.

Notes

Original paper can be found at: http://eproceedings.worldscinet.com/9789812702432/toc.shtml Copyright World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. DOI : 10.1142/9789812702432_0034

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