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Quenching by gas compression and consumption: A case study of a massive radio galaxy at z = 2.57

By Allison W. S. Man and others
The objective of this work is to study how active galactic nuclei (AGN) influence star formation in host galaxies. We present a detailed investigation of the star-formation history and conditions of a \(z=2.57\) massive radio galaxy based on VLT/X-SHOOTER and ALMA observations. The deep rest-frame ultraviolet spectrum contains photospheric absorption... Show more
February 22, 2019
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Quenching by gas compression and consumption: A case study of a massive radio galaxy at z = 2.57
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