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Detection of a large mass of dust in a radio galaxy at redshift z = 3.8

Elliptical galaxies form high-redshift radio galaxies due to a rapid burst in the early universe. High-redshift radio galaxies are elusive to optical searches. The detection of submillimeter emission from the radio galaxy indicates that it contains a large mass of dust obscuring the galaxy's center.... Full description

Journal Title: Nature (London) 1994-08-04, Vol.370 (6488), p.347-349
Main Author: Dunlop, James S
Other Authors: Hughes, David H , Rawlings, Steve , Eales, Stephen A , Ward, Martin J
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Publisher: London: Nature Publishing
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  • Earth, ocean, space
  • Exact sciences and technology
  • Galaxies
  • Origin, formation, evolution, age, and star formation
  • Red shift
  • Research
  • Stellar systems. Galactic and extragalactic objects and systems. The universe
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description: Elliptical galaxies form high-redshift radio galaxies due to a rapid burst in the early universe. High-redshift radio galaxies are elusive to optical searches. The detection of submillimeter emission from the radio galaxy indicates that it contains a large mass of dust obscuring the galaxy's center. The observations confirm the recent incidence of massive bursts of star formation.
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