Found 2 talks width keyword COSMOS
Thursday March 12, 2009
Dr. Nick ScovilleCalifornia Institute of Technology, USA
AbstractThe COSMOS survey is the largest high redshift galaxy evolution survey ever done -- imaging 2 square degrees with all major space-based and ground based observatories. I will describe the key data in the survey and then present recent results on large-scale structures, the dark matter distributions and galaxy evolution.
Thursday September 18, 2008
Dr. Christopher ConseliceUniversity of Nottingham, UK
AbstractWe examine the latest results concerning the evolution in the structures of galaxies from the local universe up to z ~ 6. We present results from the COSMOS, EGS and UDF surveys and characterise the structure of galaxies in terms of stellar masses. We find in general that galaxy structure becomes more asymmetric with time, and we use this information to determine the merger history of galaxies and the role of mergers in galaxy formation, placing the first firm constraints on the importance of this formation mode.
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