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East Asian Meeting on Astronomy
October 14(Mon)-18(Fri), 2013
NCU, Taiwan

Oral Presentation

Studies on galaxy formation using high resolution deep imaging of high-z QSO fields

Author(s): Yiping Wang, NAOC T. Yamada, Tohoku Uni. of Japan I. Tanaka, Subaru telescope, NAOJ M. Iye, NAOJ T. Ji, Polar research institute, China

Presenter: Yiping Wang (NAOC)

Studies on the high-z Lyman Limit absorbers, as well as the high redshift QSO host galaxies have received increasing attention within these years. Driven by the frontier science, techniques which would provide high spatial resolution for the study of the faint objects or materials in extremely close proximity to bright QSOs have been developed significantly during these decades.

We will present here the primary results of our pilot study using ground-based 8m class telescope Subaru and its adaptive optics systems to detect the intervening galaxies close to the QSO sightlines, as well as resolve and study the QSO host galaxies at high redshift.

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