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The redshift distribution of faint galaxies — Implications for gravitational lensing

Ellis, Richard S. (1990) The redshift distribution of faint galaxies — Implications for gravitational lensing. In: Gravitational Lensing. Lecture Notes in Physics. No.360. Springer , Berlin, pp. 236-243. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20190605-124511023

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Abstract

The redshift distribution derived from complete samples suggests that the majority of blue galaxies dominating the faint field counts are moderately low redshift z<1. Additionally, new results in distant clusters suggest the presence of numerous old red galaxies at z≃1. I question whether these observations are consistent with the first results on the predominantly blue population of very faint galaxies background to z≃0.4 clusters as deduced from lensing studies.


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Ellis, Richard S.0000-0001-7782-7071
Additional Information:© 1990 Springer-Verlag.
Subject Keywords:Star Formation; High Redshift; Apparent Magnitude; Normal Galaxy; Redshift Distribution
Series Name:Lecture Notes in Physics
Issue or Number:360
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