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29 June 2000 Galaxies at high redshift: progress and prospects
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There has been considerable progress made in the discovery, observation, and understanding of high redshift galaxies in the last few years; most of this progress is attributable to greatly improved spectroscopy throughput made possible by state-of-the-art instruments on the new generation of 8-10m telescopes. Here we review a few of the areas in which substantial progress has been made, and discuss the future of high redshift galaxy work in the context of the observational facilities that are either in operation or soon to come.
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Charles C. Steidel "Galaxies at high redshift: progress and prospects", Proc. SPIE 4005, Discoveries and Research Prospects from 8- to 10-Meter-Class Telescopes, (29 June 2000); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.390153
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