volume 12, issue S333, P250-253 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317011085
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Marta B. Silva, Saleem Zaroubi

Abstract: AbstractCharacterizing the properties and the evolution of the first stars and galaxies is a challenging task for traditional galaxy surveys since they are sensitivity limited and can only detect the brightest light sources. Three-dimensional intensity mapping (IM) of transition lines can be a valuable alternative to study the high redshift Universe given that this technique avoids sensitivity limitation problems by measuring the overall emission of a line, with a low resolution, without resolving its sources.…

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