2021
DOI: 10.1093/mnrasl/slaa206 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: In this work we report the discovery of the hyperluminous galaxy HELP_J100156.75 + 022344.7 at a photometric redshift of $z$ ≈ 4.3. The galaxy was discovered in the Cosmological Evolution Survey (COSMOS) field, one of the fields studied by the Herschel Extragalactic Legacy Project (HELP). We present the spectral energy distribution (SED) of the galaxy and fit it with the CYprus models for Galaxies and their NUclear Spectra (CYGNUS) multi-component radiative transfer models. We find that its emission is dominat… Show more

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“…which took place in the most luminous galaxies in the history of the Universe such as hyperluminous infrared galaxies Verma et al 2002;Farrah et al 2002;Efstathiou 2006), submillimetre galaxies (Hughes et al 1998;Barger et al 1998;Efstathiou & Rowan-Robinson 2003;Casey et al 2014;Rowan-Robinson et al 2018), quasars, and Hot Dust Obscured Galaxies (Hot DOGs; Eisenhardt et al 2012;Bridge et al 2013;Farrah et al 2017;Efstathiou et al 2021). For these and other reasons ULIRGs have received a lot of attention since their discovery by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) in the 1980s (Houck et al 1985;Soifer et al 1986).…”
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“…which took place in the most luminous galaxies in the history of the Universe such as hyperluminous infrared galaxies Verma et al 2002;Farrah et al 2002;Efstathiou 2006), submillimetre galaxies (Hughes et al 1998;Barger et al 1998;Efstathiou & Rowan-Robinson 2003;Casey et al 2014;Rowan-Robinson et al 2018), quasars, and Hot Dust Obscured Galaxies (Hot DOGs; Eisenhardt et al 2012;Bridge et al 2013;Farrah et al 2017;Efstathiou et al 2021). For these and other reasons ULIRGs have received a lot of attention since their discovery by the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) in the 1980s (Houck et al 1985;Soifer et al 1986).…”
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“…Farrah et al (2013) and Spoon et al (2013) discussed the diagnostics provided by PACS spectroscopy and Pearson et al (2016) discussed the corresponding diagnostics from SPIRE spectroscopy. Efstathiou et al (2014) presented a detailed study of IRAS 08572+3915 which exhibits one of the deepest silicate absorption features observed in a galaxy. Clements et al (2018) presented the SPIRE photometry of the HERUS galaxies.…”
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