Unveiling Cosmic Dawn: the synergetic role of space and ground-based telescopes

Cuby, J-G., Oesch, P., Cooray, A., Rhodes, J., Bremer, M., Bowler, R., Capak, P., Caputi, K., Castellano, M., Conselice, C., Cuillandre, J-C., Dayal, P., Davidzon, I., Dunlop, J., Finkelstein, S., Fontana, A., Kashlinsky, A., Koopmans, L., Kuijken, K., Le Brun, V., Le Fèvre, O., Mortlock, D., Pello, R., Pentericci, L., Sahlén, M., Schneider, R., Serjeant, S. & Warren, S., 1-May-2019, In : Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society. 51, 3, id. 360 (2019).

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  • Jean-Gabriel Cuby
  • Pascal Oesch
  • Asantha Cooray
  • Jason Rhodes
  • Malcom Bremer
  • Rebecca Bowler
  • P. Capak
  • Karina Caputi
  • Marco Castellano
  • Christopher Conselice
  • Jean-Charles Cuillandre
  • Pratika Dayal
  • Iary Davidzon
  • James Dunlop
  • Steven Finkelstein
  • Adriano Fontana
  • Alexander Kashlinsky
  • Leon Koopmans
  • Konrad Kuijken
  • Vincent Le Brun
  • Olivier Le Fèvre
  • Daniel Mortlock
  • Roser Pello
  • Laura Pentericci
  • Martin Sahlén
  • Raffaella Schneider
  • Stephen Serjeant
  • Stephen Warren
Euclid and WFIRST will find thousands of galaxies and quasars above redshift 7 during the epoch of reionization. Massive spectroscopic follow-up campaigns with existing and planned near-infrared and mm facilities will be required for confirmation and physical characterization. A properly coordinated large follow-up campaign is recommended.

Original languageEnglish
Article numberid. 360 (2019)
JournalBulletin of the American Astronomical Society
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1-May-2019

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