The first comprehensive review of one of the most important studies in cosmology over the last 50 years - an indispensable reference for all graduate students and researchers in observational or theoretical cosmology.
- Cambridge University Press
- Publication date:
- Space Telescope Science Institute Symposium Series, #11
- Product dimensions:
- 6.85(w) x 9.72(h) x 1.02(d)
Table of Contents
Beginnings of observational cosmology Allan Sandage; The Hubble Deep Field Richard Ellis; Kinematics of distant galaxies Garth Illingworth; Redshift clustering in the HDF Judith Cohen; Radio observations of the HDF Kenneth Kellerman; The ISO survey of the HDF Michael Rowan-Robinson; Galaxy counts Rogier Windhorst; Large ground-based Redshift surveys in the context of the HDF Simon Lilly; Galaxy ages and morphologies at z~3 Mauro Giavalisco; Photometric redshifts of galaxies in the HDF Kenneth Lanzetta; Global evolution of the Stellar and Interstellar contents of galaxies S. Michael Fall; Model predictions for clustering and morphologies at HDF depths M. Steinmetz; Selection effects and robust measures of galaxy evolution Henry Ferguson; Disk galaxy evolution Joseph Silk; The evolution of luminous matter in the universe Piero Madau; Color-selected high redshift galaxies and the HDF Mark Dickinson; Gravitational lensing in the HDF Roger Blandford; White dwarf stars and the HDF Steven Kawaler; Educational use of the HDF Megan Donahue; The next generation space telescope John Mather; Summary Jim Peebles.
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