Atomic Hydrogen in Distant Galaxies
Nissim Kanekar Aditya Chowdhury Jayaram N Chengalur
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Atomic hydrogen is a fundamental constituent of galaxies, and is the primary fuel for star formation. Understanding how the atomic hydrogen content of galaxies evolves with time is thus critical to understanding galaxy evolution. In this article, we discuss how one measures the atomic hydrogen content of distant galaxies, and what these measurements tell us about the evolution of our Universe.
Nissim Kanekar1 Aditya Chowdhury Jayaram N Chengalur
Volume 28 | Issue 5