These can be related to both the global properties of galaxies and the membership of galaxies in various elements of the large-scale structure.
The knowledge of the metallicity for large homogeneously selected galaxy samples would allow us to address various issues of galaxy chemical evolution on a good statistical basis. My research related to this topic have been concentrated on collaborative projects aimed at creating new samples of such objects, determination of their element abundances as well as the detailed study of some interesting objects from these new samples.
This work was based on the objective-prism photoplates of the Byurakan Surveys. The technique we employed for this project combines the benefits of a traditional photographic survey with the advantages of using new CCD detectors in astronomy. The spectral range for objective-prism spectra covered A; was restricted by a specially designed filter that transmits from rest-frame H to just shortward of the strong night-sky line at A; and this greatly reduces the sky background.
- The Clinch (No Holds Barred Fighting).
- The Wiley Dictionary of Civil Engineering and Construction.
- Star formation - Wikipedia!
Another important goal of this work was to search for new extremely low-metallicity galaxies. I was involved in the observations, reduction and analysis of spectral and photometrical data for these projects. New created samples from these projects were used for various follow-up studies and some of them were done with my participation, namely: a The studies of the environment of low-mass galaxies with active starformation SF hereafter and a possible trigger of SF bursts due to gravitational interaction.
They are the signatures of collective effects of massive star winds and supernova explosions on to interstellar medium of host galaxies of various metallicities. These galaxies have received much attention, since some of these objects may be primeval galaxies that are now experiencing their first major burst of star formation and they are local counterparts of high-redshift just formed dwarf galaxies. It was shown that W has the same redshift as that of SBS and has an extremely low oxygen abundance.
It was argued that both these galaxies are likely to be nearby young dwarf galaxies and the properties of these galaxies were compared with theoretical predictions and properties of high-redshift galaxies which are often considered as primeval galaxies.
- Schreiber, Corentin!
- Familicidal Hearts: The Emotional Styles of 211 Killers (Interpersonal Violence).
- Right path. Right strategy. Right partner.?
- Knowing in Firms: Understanding, Managing and Measuring Knowledge.
- Download A Statistical And Multi-Wavelength Study Of Star Formation In Galaxies .
In the standard theory, the merging of galaxies plays a major role in forming new stars. Then, old galaxies abruptly stop forming stars through an unknown process.
Download A Statistical And Multi-Wavelength Study Of Star Formation In Galaxies 2016
Investigating this theory requires an unbiased measure of the star formation intensity of galaxies, which has been unavailable due to the dust obscuration of stellar light. Corentin Schreiber is currently a post-doctoral researcher at Leiden University, in the Netherlands, studying massive galaxies in the distant Universe.
- LDS Scriptures.
- Astronomy with a Budget Telescope.
- HII Galaxies - Galaxies with intense current bursts of star formation.
Read more Read less. From the Back Cover This thesis presents a pioneering method for gleaning the maximum information from the deepest images of the far-infrared universe obtained with the Herschel satellite, reaching galaxies fainter by an order of magnitude than in previous studies.
Star Formation And Galaxy Evolution Since Z~2: Results From Multiwavelength Surveys
About the Author Corentin Schreiber is currently a post-doctoral researcher at Leiden University, in the Netherlands, studying massive galaxies in the distant Universe. No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review.