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Lyman continuum observations across cosmic time: recent developments, future requirements

Published onMay 31, 2019
Lyman continuum observations across cosmic time: recent developments, future requirements
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Abstract

Quantifying the physical conditions that allow radiation emitted shortward of the hydrogen ionization edge at 911.7 Å to escape the first collapsed objects and ultimately reionize the universe is a compelling problem for astrophysics. Multi-object spectroscopy from facility class telescopes are required.

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