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On The Unique Value of Spectroscopy in the Deep Ultraviolet for Galaxy Evolution Studies

Published onMay 31, 2019
On The Unique Value of Spectroscopy in the Deep Ultraviolet for Galaxy Evolution Studies
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Abstract

We discuss, with real data examples, a largely unexplored discovery space for CGM studies: the diagnostic-rich deep ultraviolet at rest wavelengths < 912 A. The resonance lines of a wide array of ions are in this region, but they can be accessed by studying QSO absorbers with sufficient redshift to bring the lines into the observable UV band.

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