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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 07/2016, Volume 825, Issue 2, pp. 87 - 87
Current observational evidence suggests that the star formation rate (SFR) efficiency of neutral atomic hydrogen gas measured in damped Ly[alpha] systems... 
galaxies: structure | galaxies: evolution | quasars: absorption lines | galaxies: photometry | galaxies: high-redshift | galaxies: star formation | Red shift | Star formation | Galaxies | Metallicity | Efficiency | Hydrogen | Photometry | Star formation rate
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Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 03/2016, Volume 819, Issue 1
The aim of this paper is to date, no direct detection of Lyman continuum emission has been measured for intermediate-redshift star-forming galaxies. The... 
galaxies: dwarf | galaxies: starburst | ultraviolet: galaxies | galaxies: star formation | Emissivity | Red shift | Star formation | Galaxies | Hydrogen | Ionization | Continuums | Emission
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by Grogin, Norman A and Kocevski, Dale D and Faber, S. M and Ferguson, Henry C and Koekemoer, Anton M and Riess, Adam G and Acquaviva, Viviana and Alexander, David M and Almaini, Omar and Ashby, Matthew L. N and Barden, Marco and Bell, Eric F and Bournaud, Frederic and Brown, Thomas M and Caputi, Karina I and Casertano, Stefano and Cassata, Paolo and Castellano, Marco and Challis, Peter and Chary, Ranga-Ram and Cheung, Edmond and Cirasuolo, Michele and Conselice, Christopher J and Cooray, Asantha Roshan and Croton, Darren J and Daddi, Emanuele and Dahlen, Tomas and Dave, Romeel and de Mello, Duilia F and Dekel, Avishai and Dickinson, Mark and Dolch, Timothy and Donley, Jennifer L and Dunlop, James S and Dutton, Aaron A and Elbaz, David and Fazio, Giovanni G and Filippenko, Alexei V and Finkelstein, Steven L and Fontana, Aiano and Gardner, Jonathan P and Garnavich, Peter M and Gawiser, Eric and Giavalisco, Mauro and Grazian, Anea and Guo, Yicheng and Hathi, Nimish P and Haeussler, Boris and Hopkins, Philip F and Huang, Jia-Sheng and Huang, Kuang-Han and Jha, Saurabh W and Kartaltepe, Jeyhan S and Kirshner, Robert P and Koo, David C and Lai, Kamson and Lee, Kyoung-Soo and Li, Weidong and Lotz, Jennifer M and Lucas, Ray A and Madau, Piero and McCarthy, Patrick J and McGrath, Elizabeth J and McIntosh, Daniel H and McLure, Ross J and Mobasher, Bahram and Moustakas, Leonidas A and Mozena, Mark and Nana, Kirpal and Newman, Jeffrey A and Niemi, Sami-Matias and Noeske, Kai G and Papovich, Casey J and Pentericci, Laura and Pope, Alexana and Primack, Joel R and Rajan, Abhijith and Ravinanath, Swara and Reddy, Naveen A and Renzini, Alvio and Rix, Hans-Walter and Robaina, Aday R and Rodney, Steven A and Rosario, David J and Rosati, Piero and Salimbeni, Sara and Scarlata, Claudia and Siana, Brian and Simard, Luc and Smidt, Joseph and Somerville, Rachel S and Spinrad, Hyron and Straughn, Amber N and Strolger, Louis-Gregory and Telford, Olivia and Teplitz, Harry I and Trump, Jonathan R and van der Wel, Arjen and Villforth, Carolin and Wechsler, Risa H and ...
Astrophysical journal supplement series, ISSN 0067-0049, 12/2011, Volume 197, Issue 2, p. 35
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 08/2018, Volume 478, Issue 3, pp. 4238 - 4254
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by Koekemoer, Anton M and Faber, S. M and Ferguson, Henry C and Grogin, Norman A and Kocevski, Dale D and Koo, David C and Lai, Kamson and Lotz, Jennifer M and Lucas, Ray A and McGrath, Elizabeth J and Ogaz, Sara and Rajan, Abhijith and Riess, Adam G and Rodney, Steve A and Strolger, Louis and Casertano, Stefano and Castellano, Marco and Dahlen, Tomas and Dickinson, Mark and Dolch, Timothy and Fontana, Aiano and Giavalisco, Mauro and Grazian, Anea and Guo, Yicheng and Hathi, Nimish P and Huang, Kuang-Han and van der Wel, Arjen and Yan, Hao-Jing and Acquaviva, Viviana and Alexander, David M and Almaini, Omar and Ashby, Matthew L. N and Barden, Marco and Bell, Eric F and Bournaud, Frederic and Brown, Thomas M and Caputi, Karina I and Cassata, Paolo and Challis, Peter J and Chary, Ranga-Ram and Cheung, Edmond and Cirasuolo, Michele and Conselice, Christopher J and Cooray, Asantha Roshan and Croton, Darren J and Daddi, Emanuele and Dave, Romeel and de Mello, Duilia F and de Ravel, Loic and Dekel, Avishai and Donley, Jennifer L and Dunlop, James S and Dutton, Aaron A and Elbaz, David and Fazio, Giovanni G and Filippenko, Alexei V and Finkelstein, Steven L and Frazer, Chris and Gardner, Jonathan P and Garnavich, Peter M and Gawiser, Eric and Gruetzbauch, Ruth and Hartley, Will G and Haeussler, Boris and Herrington, Jessica and Hopkins, Philip F and Huang, Jia-Sheng and Jha, Saurabh W and Johnson, Anew and Kartaltepe, Jeyhan S and Khostovan, Ali A and Kirshner, Robert P and Lani, Caterina and Lee, Kyoung-Soo and Li, Weidong and Madau, Piero and McCarthy, Patrick J and McIntosh, Daniel H and McLure, Ross J and McPartland, Conor and Mobasher, Bahram and Moreira, Heidi and Mortlock, Alice and Moustakas, Leonidas A and Mozena, Mark and Nana, Kirpal and Newman, Jeffrey A and Nielsen, Jennifer L and Niemi, Sami and Noeske, Kai G and Papovich, Casey J and Pentericci, Laura and Pope, Alexana and Primack, Joel R and Ravinanath, Swara and Reddy, Naveen A and Renzini, Alvio and Rix, Hans-Walter and Robaina, Aday R and Rosario, David J and ...
Astrophysical journal supplement series, ISSN 0067-0049, 12/2011, Volume 197, Issue 2
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Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 06/2017, Volume 841, Issue 2
Recent work suggests that strong emission line, star-forming galaxies (SFGs) may be significant Lyman continuum leakers. We combine archival Hubble Space... 
ultraviolet: galaxies | galaxies: general | galaxies: star formation | SPACE | TELESCOPES | RED SHIFT | ASTROPHYSICS, COSMOLOGY AND ASTRONOMY | SPECTROSCOPY | ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION | CATALOGS | STARS | GALAXIES | EMISSION | LYMAN LINES
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Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 08/2018, Volume 478, Issue 3, pp. 4238 - 4254
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