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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Contact Information.. Relevant Links.. AEGIS Teams.. Chandra.. GALEX.. HST / ACS.. CFHT 12K Imaging.. CFHT Legacy Survey.. DEEP2 Redshift Survey.. CfAO Treasury Survey.. Palomar Near-Infrared.. Spitzer / IRAC.. Spitzer / MIPS.. Spitzer / MIPS Legacy.. VLA 6 cm.. VLA 20 cm.. For the Public.. What is AEGIS?.. Interactively Explore the Extended Groth Strip!.. Image Gallery.. Press Releases.. Popular Science Articles.. Papers Talks.. AEGIS & EGS Papers.. Public Talks.. For Astronomers.. Data Summary.. AEGIS Team Meetings.. Data Products Listed by Team.. Team Site.. The next AEGIS Team Meeting will be.. June 19-21st, 2012.. in Santa Cruz, CA.. See the.. meeting website.. for more information.. AEGIS is in Google Sky!.. Click here to  ...   special area of the sky, called the Extended Groth Strip (EGS), that has been observed with the world's most powerful telescopes on the ground and in space, from X-rays to radio waves.. Hubble.. Each telescope contributes its own key information to create a complete portrait of every galaxy.. By looking out far into space and back in time, AEGIS literally shows us galaxies in all their glory that are emerging from infancy into adulthood.. More.. This study makes use of data from AEGIS, a multiwavelength sky survey conducted with the.. Chandra,.. GALEX,.. Hubble,.. Keck,.. CFHT,.. MMT,.. Subaru,.. Palomar,.. Spitzer,.. VLA,.. and other telescopes and supported in part by the.. NSF,.. NASA,.. and the.. STFC..

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  • Title: AEGIS - Contact Information
    Descriptive info: Contact Information.. For more information about AEGIS or one of the AEGIS teams, contact the person listed below:.. Name.. Email name.. @.. Kirpal Nandra.. k.. nandra.. imperial.. ac.. uk.. GALEX UDeep Imaging.. Samir Salim.. samir.. noao.. edu.. GALEX Grism.. Chris Martin.. cmartin.. srl.. caltech.. HST / ACS.. Jennifer Lotz.. lotz.. HST / NICMOS.. Susan Kassin.. kassin.. astro.. ox..  ...   uvic.. ca.. MMT Megacam.. Matt Ashby.. mashby.. cfa.. harvard.. DEEP2.. Jeffrey Newman.. JANewman.. pitt.. CfAO Treasury Survey.. David Koo.. koo.. ucolick.. org.. Palomar K-band.. Kevin Bundy.. bundy.. berkeley.. IRAC.. Pauline Barmby.. pbarmby.. uwo.. MIPS.. George Rieke.. grieke.. as.. arizona.. FIDEL (MIPS).. Mark Dickinson.. med.. SCUBA2 Legacy Deep.. Rob Ivison.. rji.. roe.. VLA 6cm.. Steve Willner.. willner.. harvad.. VLA 20cm..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Relevant Links.. AEGIS Instruments.. Observatories.. Chandra X-ray Oservatory.. Galaxy Evolution Explorer.. Hubble Space Telescope (HST).. - Advanced Camera for.. Surveys (ACS).. Canada-France-Hawaii.. Telescope (CFHT).. MMT Observatory.. Keck Observatory.. - DEIMOS Spectrograph.. Palomar Observatory.. Spitzer Space Telescope.. - Infrared Array Camera (IRAC).. - Multiband Imaging Photometer.. (MIPS).. SCUBA2.. Very Large Array (VLA).. AEGIS Individual.. Team  ...   Redshift Survey.. The CFHT Legacy Survey.. Far-Infrared Deep Extragalactic Legacy Survey (FIDEL).. Other Surveys.. Cosmic Evolution Survey (COSMOS).. Galaxy Evolution from Morphology and SEDs (GEMS).. AEGIS Sponsors.. NSF - The National Science.. Foundation.. NASA - National Aeronautics and.. Space Administration.. STFC - Science and Technology.. Facilities Council (UK).. STScI - Space Telescope.. Science Institute..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: X-ray.. Ultra-violet.. GALEX.. Visible.. Hubble / ACS.. CFH12K Imaging.. CFHT Legacy Survey.. DEEP2 Redshift Survey.. Infra-red.. Palomar Near-Infrared.. Spitzer / IRAC.. Spitzer / MIPS.. Spitzer / FIDEL.. Radio.. VLA 6 cm.. VLA 20 cm.. (listed from high energy to low energy).. Chandra.. The Chandra survey of the Extended Groth Strip (EGS) is an X-ray imaging and low-resolution spectroscopy survey using the.. Chandra X-ray Observatory.. , one of NASA's Great Observatories.. Observing in the high energy X-ray regime of the electromagnetic spectrum allows the detection of active galactic nuclei (AGN) and hot gas.. The survey consists of 1.. 6 megaseconds of Chandra observing time and covers the whole of the EGS field.. Active team members include Kirpal Nandra (principal investigator), Antonis Georgakakis, Elise S.. Laird and James Aird.. Additional information on the Chandra survey of the Extended Groth Strip can be found at the.. Chandra AEGIS website.. Return to top.. The Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) is a space telescope in orbit around the Earth.. It is sensitive to the ultraviolet region of the electromagnetic spectrum.. For AEGIS, the ultraviolet is important in determining the rate at which stars form in a galaxy's recent history, or about 100 million years before observation.. A galaxy's most massive stars are bright in the ultraviolet, but also short-lived.. Therefore, only galaxies that are currently forming stars will be bright in ultraviolet light.. Active team members include C.. Martin (principal investigator), S.. Salim, D.. Schiminovich, Todd Small, and M.. Rich.. For more information about GALEX please visit the.. GALEX website.. The.. Advanced Camera for Surveys.. (ACS) is.. Hubble's.. main imaging camera.. It consists of three electronic cameras and a complement of filters that take pictures in ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared wavelengths from 1200-10,000 angstroms.. The Hubble/ACS mosaic image in AEGIS is the second-largest Hubble mosaic in existence and is the largest in two colors.. It covers about half of the central Extended Groth Strip field.. Tens of thousands of galaxies are visible, whose sizes, colors, and morphologies stand out clearly with Hubble's super-sharp detail.. The Hubble/ACS team in AEGIS was assembled especially to create the AEGIS mosaic.. Active members are: Marc Davis (principal investigator), Matt Ashby, Kevin Bundy, Michael Cooper, Sandra Faber, Puragra Guhathakurta, David Koo, Shui Kwok, Anton Koekemoer, Jennifer Lotz, Jeff Mader, Anne Metevier, Jeff Newman, Kai Noeske, Luc Simard, Tod Small, Ben Weiner, Christopher Willmer.. The initial optical imaging for AEGIS was provided by data from the CFH12K camera on the 3.. 6-meter Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT).. The CFH12K camera has a 12,288 x 8,192 pixel CCD mosaic array and a field of view of 0.. 70 x 0.. 47 degrees.. Four pointings were imaged along the EGS in 3 bands - B, R, and I - with integration times of an hour each in B and R and two hours in I.. These data were used to select spectroscopic targets for the DEEP2 Redshift Survey and determine their rest-frame optical colors and magnitudes, which tells us how luminous and massive the galaxies are and whether they are actively forming stars.. Active members are: Nick Kaiser (principal investigator), Alison Coil, and Jeff Newman.. (CFHTLS) is a large-scale imaging survey being conducted with Megacam at the.. Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope.. (CFHT) under the auspices of Canada and France.. One of the four CFHTLS Deep fields is centered on the Extended Groth Strip.. Taken in five wave-bands from the ultraviolet to near infrared, the CFHTLS exposures last from 30 to 130 hours and represent the deepest that one can go over large fields of view using ground-based telescopes.. The multi-wavelength images yield crude "spectra" of tens of thousands of galaxies, which can be analyzed to estimate rough distances ("photometric redshifts") for objects that are otherwise too faint for normal spectra.. CFHTLS is an independent survey and is not formally a participating AEGIS team.. However, AEGIS is making use of CFHTLS data.. CFHTLS members who are also AEGIS members are Stephen Gwyn, Mike Hudson, and Luc Simard.. The Deep Extragalactic Evolutionary Probe (DEEP) survey.. is a two-phased project using the Keck telescopes to study the distant Universe.. Phase 1 studied a sample of roughly 1000 distant galaxies, including hundreds of objects in the Extended Groth Strip, as a pilot program for DEEP2.. Phase 2 of DEEP has used  ...   participating IRAC team in AEGIS is the.. IRAC GTO.. , which is the group responsible for.. building and testing IRAC.. on Spitzer.. Active team members are: Giovanni Fazio (principal investigator), Matthew Ashby, Pauline Barmby, Peter Eisenhardt, Jiasheng Huang, Leonidas Moustakas, Mike Pahre, Steve Willner, and Gillian Wilson.. The Multiband Imaging Photometer (MIPS) is one of the three science instruments aboard the.. MIPS has 3 detectors that provide very deep imaging at mid to far infrared wavelengths of 24, 70, and 160 microns and is 100 times more powerful than previous instruments in this wavelength ranges.. Deep maps with MIPS will be particularly valuable in the AEGIS program by enabling detection of distant galaxies that are luminous in the infrared due to very dusty strong starbursts and dust obscured radiation from active supermassive black holes (active galactic nuclei).. AEGIS is one of the deep surveys being conducted by the.. instrument team.. The Spitzer Legacy Survey (below) will significantly improve the depth of MIPS data in AEGIS.. The participating MIPS team in AEGIS is the MIPS GTO, which is the group responsible for building and testing MIPS.. Active team members are: George Rieke (principal investigator), Casey Papovich, Emeric Le Floch, Eiichi Egami, Christopher Willmer, Delphine Marcillac, and Samir Salim.. The Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS) is an instrument on the.. that images the sky at far-infrared wavelengths from 24 to 160 microns.. will use MIPS to detect fainter objects over wider areas of the sky than any previous survey, and will be the first survey to study thermal emission from warm dust from thousands of galaxies at cosmological distances.. Star formation and active nuclei in galaxies can emit copious amounts of energy as galaxies and their central black holes grow and evolve.. Much of this activity is hidden from optical view in dusty environments.. The energy is absorbed by the dust, and then reradiated at far-infrared wavelengths, where it can be detected with MIPS.. The Extended Groth Strip is one of three fields to be studied in this Spitzer MIPS Legacy Survey, along with the Extended Chandra Deep Field South, in the southern sky, and the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey North field.. Active team members include Mark Dickinson (principal investigator), David Frayer, Ranga-Ram Chary, Minh Huynh, Emanuele Daddi, David Elbaz, David Alexander, Casey Papovich, George Rieke, and many collaborating members of the teams responsible for the AEGIS, ECDFS/GEMS, GOODS, and the SCUBA2 Cosmological Legacy surveys.. VLA 6cm / AEGIS06.. Very Large Array.. (VLA) radio telescope is a large radio telescope consisting of 27 radio antennae whose signals are combined interferometrically.. Its radio images are the sharpest and deepest in the world.. The AEGIS06 survey was a precursor to AEGIS20 using much less observing time.. Because of the shorter observing wavelength, 6 cm instead of 20 cm, 74 pointings were needed to cover the Extended Groth Strip.. Because of the lower sensitivity, fewer sources were found, but almost all of them are powered by accreting black holes at the centers of galaxies, not by more common processes related to star formation.. Unlike typical radio surveys, where only about 75% of radio sources can be studied at other wavelengths, this suvey has an identification rate larger than 92%.. This is because the survey area is observed so well at so many other wavelengths.. Many of the radio galaxies can be identified only because of the infrared observations.. The AEGIS06 team members are Steve Willner (principal investigator), Alison Coil, Miller Goss, Matt Ashby, Pauline Barmby, Jiasheng Huang, Rob Ivison, David Koo, Eiichi Egami, and Satoshi Miyazaki.. VLA 20cm / AEGIS20.. The AEGIS20 survey consists of six very deep pointings along the Extended Groth Strip using the VLA at 20 cm wavelength.. Radio images are important for identifying galaxies with active (accreting) black holes in their nuclei and also for measuring the total star formation rate, including star formation shrouded by dust clouds that other instruments cannot see.. The AEGIS20 team was assembled specifically to map the Extended Groth Strip at radio wavelengths.. Active team members are Sandra Faber (principal investigator), Scott Chapman, Rob Ivison, Marc Davis, Ian Smail, Steve Willner, and Gillian Wilson.. An even more extensive survey, with twice the depth and resolution, is planned (co-principal investigators: Mark Dickinson, Rob Ivison)..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: For the Public.. What Is AEGIS?.. Interactively Explore the.. Extended Groth Strip!.. What is AEGIS?.. The story of galaxies is the first and grandest chapter in human history.. The building blocks of the Universe.. Galaxies are the basic building blocks of the Universe.. Their tiny points of light illuminate the vast cosmic architecture studded with giant superclusters surrounded by huge voids of nearly empty space.. Each galaxy is a star city harboring up to a trillion stars.. The gravity of a galaxy draws in fresh gas from its surroundings, which spawns new generations of stars.. Supernova explosions over billions of years enrich the gas with oxygen, carbon, iron and other heavy elements, which are cooked only in massive stars.. These heavy elements are the essential building blocks of planets such as Earth.. By these cycles of stellar birth and death, galaxies become fertile, self-sustaining ecosystems that evolve to become more and more suited for planets.. and life.. In essence, galaxies are the key agents by which the Universe builds complexity.. Without them, the expanding cosmic soup would have diffused away into a sterile, featureless, and boring sea of gas.. Click here for an interactive image of the EGS!.. HST/ ACS galaxy images.. What can we learn from different wavelengths?.. Extended Groth Strip, as covered by various observations - full moon shown for scale..  ...   starbursts hidden by dust.. Near-infrared images from the Palomar observatory enable AEGIS to measure the total stellar mass of galaxies.. Optical spectra from the DEEP2 spectroscopic survey yield redshifts, distances, and look-back times, while CFHT photometry produces approximate redshifts and distances for galaxies too faint to be observed by DEEP2.. Details of the AEGIS survey.. AEGIS is an international collaboration which involves nearly 100 scientists from 16 institutions in Europe, North America, and Asia.. Using some of the world's most powerful telescopes, these astronomers have observed an area of the sky known as the Extended Groth Strip (EGS) in wavelengths ranging from X-rays through ultraviolet and visible light, down to infrared and radio wavelengths.. Each data set covers an area of sky that is similar to or larger than the size of the moon and extends down to very faint objects.. The large size of the survey makes it possible to observe statistically meaningful samples of relatively rare objects, such as massive accreting black holes, powerful starbursting galaxies, and merging galaxies.. The depth of the survey allows astronomers to view very faint and distant objects, looking back through the last two-thirds of cosmic time at galaxies in their youth.. Ultimately, the goal is to understand how galaxies and large-scale structures form and evolve from early times into the universe we see around us today..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Interactively Explore the Extended Groth Strip.. There are now two different interactive tools that you can use to explore the Extended Groth Strip:.. The Keck SkyTrekker tool:.. This tool, developed at Keck Observatory, allows you to explore.. full resolution.. Hubble Space Telescope.. images of the Extended Groth Strip.. You select an image tile from the tile map, then interactively move through a high resolution image of the tile.. This tools runs through a.. normal browser.. window.. Take me there!.. Google Sky:.. You can also explore the multiwavelength AEGIS dataset through Google Sky.. The file linked at the bottom of this page allow you to zoom through X-ray, ultraviolet, visible, and infrared images from AEGIS.. These images come from three of NASA's Great Observatories: the.. , the.. , and the.. , as well as NASA's.. ultraviolet satellite.. Google Sky's interactive interface allows you to pan through AEGIS and zoom in on any object of interest.. You can blink back and forth between the different wavelengths or make one image semi-transparent so that you can view two images simultaneously.. This makes it easy to investigate how galaxies that look similar in visible light have very different infrared, ultraviolet, or X-ray properties.. The images are scaled to show what the sky might look like if you had eyes sensitive to a particular type of light -- an object that appears 'blue' in the infrared may be 'red' in the ultraviolet or visible-light images.. Each picture gives us different information about objects in the distant Universe.. For instance, the infrared.. image provides a measure of the number of stars in a galaxy, the visible-light.. image reveals the galaxy's detailed shape, the ultraviolet.. image probes how quickly new stars are forming, while the X-ray.. image can indicate the presence of black holes hidden within otherwise normal-looking galaxies.. Small dots that look like stars turn out to have powerful X-ray signals---they are not stars, they are quasi stellar objects (more familiarly known as quasars ), extremely massive black holes at the centers of galaxies that are swallowing up gas and outshining their host galaxies!.. Google Sky for Astronomers:.. The Google Sky interface can also be useful to professional astronomers.. You can use the Google  ...   area):.. aegis_cfhtls.. Further instructions on how to navigate Google Sky can be found in the.. Google Earth User's Guide.. You can get further help using Google Earth at the.. Google Earth help group.. , or participate in a discussion about the AEGIS data set at the.. Google Sky community forum.. Notes for Astronomers:.. Chandra:.. The image has been binned and smoothed to below the resolution of the.. Chandra / ACIS.. camera; watch this space for a higher-resolution version.. The color coding indicates X-ray hardness (bluer = harder; i.. e.. , with more high-energy photons compared to low-energy).. Integration time is 200 ksec / pointing.. GALEX:.. The.. image was constructed by using the Far Ultraviolet (FUV) image for the blue channel, a composite of the FUV and Near Ultraviolet (NUV) images for the green channel, and the NUV image for the red channel.. Total exposure time is 120 ksec in the FUV and 237 ksec in the NUV.. Hubble:.. This image is a color composite using ACS F606W images for the blue channel, a composite of F606W and F814W for green, and F814W for red.. The base Google Sky image in AEGIS is a lower-resolution version from STScI; there are minor astrometry errors.. Watch this space for full-resolution, improved-astrometry HST images for Google Sky.. Integration time is ~2.. 2 ksec per pointing in each filter.. Spitzer:.. This image is a color composite using IRAC Channel 1 (3.. 6 microns) for the blue channel, Channel 2 (4.. 5 microns) for green, and Channel 2 (5.. 8 microns) for red.. Integration time is 9.. 7 ksec per pointing.. DEEP2:.. Note that only redshift qualities 3 and 4 are considered secure (95% and 99.. 5% correct in tests); redshifts for all other objects are arbitrary, other than stars (which have z quality = -1).. See.. http://deep.. edu/DR3.. for details.. Google Sky Image Credits:.. image: NASA / K.. Nandra (Imperial College, London).. image: NASA / JPL / C.. Martin (California Institute of Technology).. Hubble.. image: NASA / ESA / M.. Davis (UC Berkeley).. Spitzer.. image: NASA / JPL-Caltech / G.. Fazio (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics).. Keck SkyTrekker AEGIS DEEP2 Catalog:.. Shui Hung Kwok, Jeff Mader (Keck Observatory) using data from the DEEP2 Collaboration..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Image Gallery.. Mosaic of AEGIS galaxy images from HST / ACS showing a range of normal galaxy types.. Mosiac of AEGIS galaxy images from HST / ACS showing unusual galaxies.. A spiral galaxy with a central bar feature.. The two main galaxy families: spirals and ellipticals.. A group of galaxies perturbed by gravitational interactions.. A galaxy which has cannibalized another galaxy.. The last phase of a major merger between two galaxies.. A high redshift quasar: the most distant object identified in AEGIS.. Multiwavelenth images of the birth of  ...   jets.. Cosmic illusions: strong gravitational lenses in the EGS.. Map of the Extended Groth Strip showing the coverage at various wavelengths.. A schematic map of the Extended Groth Strip showing the scale of the HST / ACS tiles.. A single HST / ACS tile.. How Hubble/ACS color images are made from two black-and-white images.. The AEGIS logo (square).. The AEGIS logo (banner style).. AEGIS Members at the Special Display Session of the January 2006 meeting of the American Astronomical Society.. AEGIS Members at the DEEP2 Team Meeting,.. December 2005..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Press Releases.. University of California, Santa Cruz.. October 2 , 2007.. Multiwavelength images of distant universe now available on Google Sky.. The All-wavelength Extended Groth strip International Suvey (AEGIS) is releasing its data this week to both fellow scientists and the general public.. It is the first data release from the AEGIS survey and the first release of multiwavelength data to take advantage of the capabilities of Google Sky, a new feature of Google Earth.. This week's release features color images from four different satellite telescopes that show how the AEGIS survey field would look if you could see with infrared, ultraviolet, or X-ray vision.. University of California, Berkeley.. March 6 , 2007.. Full-spectrum study of small patch of sky yields portrait of maturing universe.. A massive project to generate an all-color map of the galaxies in a small area of sky, utilizing four satellite telescopes and four ground-based telescopes, is yielding new information about the universe's pre-teen years, and the early evolution of galaxies and galaxy clusters.. Called the All-wavelength Extended  ...   is hard to imagine a unifying principle that describes them all.. But members of AEGIS have recently shown that the relation between a galaxy's mass and the orbital speed of its stars and gas is remarkably consistent over a wide range of galaxy types and over billions of years of galaxy evolution.. Space Telescope Science Institute.. Hubble pans across heavens to harvest 50,000 evolving galaxies.. Several hundred images taken with NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have been woven together into a panoramic view of at least 50,000 galaxies.. The Hubble view is yielding new clues about the evolution of galaxies in the early universe and the distribution of galaxies in space.. January 9, 2006.. Large survey of galaxies yields new findings on star formation.. The AEGIS survey of distant galaxies has shown that star formation is primarily driven by the supply of raw materials, rather than by galaxy-galaxy mergers.. Massive galaxies form most of their stars early on in a rapid burst, whereas smaller galaxies form stars slowly over a long period of time..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Papers Talks.. AEGIS & EGS Papers.. Galaxies over the latter half of cosmic time.. Review by M.. Davis and S.. M.. Faber, from.. Hubble Discoveries, Science Year in Review: Hubble 2006..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: AEGIS EGS Papers.. To sort, click on column headings.. Authors.. Year.. Journal.. Article title.. Huang, J.. -S.. , et al.. 2009.. ApJ.. Infrared Spectrograph Spectroscopy and Multi-Wavelength Study of Luminous Star-Forming Galaxies at z sime 1.. 9.. Aird, J.. MNRAS.. The evolution of the hard X-ray luminosity function of AGN.. Povi , M.. OTELO Survey: Deep BVRI Broadband Photometry of the Groth Strip.. II.. Optical Properties of X-Ray Emitters.. Jeltema, T.. E.. Groups of galaxies in AEGIS: the 200-ks Chandra extended X-ray source catalogue.. Conselice, C.. J.. The structures of distant galaxies - IV.. A new empirical measurement of the time-scale for galaxy mergers - implications for the merger history.. Zhao, Y.. -H.. RAA.. The deep optical imaging of the Extended Groth Strip.. Yan, R.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: environments of post-starburst galaxies at z ~ 0.. 1 and ~0.. 8.. Coil, A.. L.. AEGIS: The Clustering of X-Ray AGN Relative to Galaxies at z ~ 1.. Georgakakis, A.. Host galaxy morphologies of X-ray selected AGN: assessing the significance of different black hole fuelling mechanisms to the accretion density of the Universe.. at z ~ 1.. Salim, S.. Mid-IR Luminosities and UV/Optical Star Formation Rates at z 1.. 4.. Comerford, J.. Inspiralling Supermassive Black Holes: A New Signpost for Galaxy Mergers.. Sato, T.. AEGIS: The Nature of the Host Galaxies of Low-Ionization Outflows at z 0.. 6.. The structures of distant galaxies - III.. The merger history of over 20000 massive galaxies at z 1.. 2.. Weiner, B.. Ubiquitous Outflows in DEEP2 Spectra of Star-Forming Galaxies at z = 1.. van Dokkum, P.. G.. PASP.. The NEWFIRM Medium-Band Survey: Filter Definitions and First Results.. Montero-Dorta, A.. D.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: the red sequence AGN fraction and its environment and redshift dependence.. Laird, E.. S.. ApJS.. AEGIS-X: the Chandra Deep Survey of the Extended Groth Strip.. 2008.. X-ray selected AGN in groups at redshifts z ~ 1.. Pérez-González, P.. Exploring the Evolutionary Paths of the Most Massive Galaxies since z ~ 2.. Barmby, P.. A Catalog of Mid-Infrared Sources in the Extended Groth Strip.. Bundy, K.. AEGIS: New Evidence Linking Active Galactic Nuclei to the Quenching of Star Formation.. Lin, L.. The Redshift Evolution of Wet, Dry, and Mixed Galaxy Mergers from Close Galaxy Pairs in the DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey.. Park, S.. Q.. AEGIS: Radio and Mid-Infrared Selection of Obscured AGN Candidates.. The role of AGN in the colour transformation of galaxies at redshifts z ~ 1.. Marcillac, D.. The Environment on a Few Mpc Scales of Infrared Luminous Galaxies at Redshift z~1.. The faint and extremely red K-band-selected galaxy population in the DEEP2/Palomar fields.. Cooper, M.. C.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: the role of galaxy environment in the cosmic star formation history.. Lotz, J.. The Evolution of Galaxy Mergers and Morphology at z 1.. 2 in the Extended Groth Strip.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Color and Luminosity Dependence of Galaxy Clustering at z~1.. Davis, M.. 2007.. ApJL.. The All-wavelength Extended Groth Strip  ...   properties and evolution of a K-band selected sample of massive galaxies at z ~ 0.. 4-2 in the Palomar/DEEP2 survey.. Faber, S.. Galaxy Luminosity Functions to z~1 from DEEP2 and COMBO-17: Implications for Red Galaxy Formation.. Kirby, E.. N.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Redshift Identification of Single-Line Emission Galaxies.. The DEEP2 galaxy redshift survey: evolution of the colour-density relation at 0.. 4.. F.. The DEEP2 galaxy redshift survey: the evolution of the blue fraction in groups and the field.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Clustering of Quasars and Galaxies at z = 1.. Schiavon, R.. P.. 2006.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Mean Ages and Metallicities of Red Field Galaxies at z ~ 0.. 9 from Stacked Keck DEIMOS Spectra.. Rigopoulou, D.. SPITZER Observations of z~3 Lyman Break Galaxies: Stellar Masses and Mid-Infrared Properties.. Willner, S.. AJ.. Mid-Infrared Identification of 6 cm Radio-Source Counterparts in the Extended Groth Strip.. A deep Chandra survey of the Groth Strip - II.. Optical identification of the X-ray sources.. Spitzer Observations of z ~ 3 Lyman Break Galaxies: Stellar Masses and Mid-Infrared Properties.. Willmer, C.. The Deep Evolutionary Exploratory Probe 2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: The Galaxy Luminosity Function to z~1.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: the relationship between galaxy properties and environment at z ~ 1.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Clustering of Galaxies as a Function of Luminosity at z = 1.. Mid-Infrared Properties of X-Ray Sources in the Extended Groth Strip.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Clustering of Groups and Group Galaxies at z~1.. 2005.. Infrared Luminous Lyman Break Galaxies: A Population that Bridges LBGs and SCUBA Galaxies.. , Laird, E.. , Steidel, C.. The Space Density of Moderate Luminosity Active Galaxies at z=3.. A deep Chandra survey of the Groth Strip - I.. The X-ray data.. Hoyos, C.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Discovery of Luminous, Metal-poor Star-forming Galaxies at Redshifts z ~ 0.. Shapley, A.. Chemical Abundances of DEEP2 Star-forming Galaxies at z~1.. 0-1.. 5.. Conroy, C.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: The Evolution of Void Statistics from z ~ 1 to z ~ 0.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Probing the Evolution of Dark Matter Halos around Isolated Galaxies from z~1 to z~0.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: First Results on Galaxy Groups.. Fazio, G.. 2004.. Number Counts at 3 lambda 10 um From the Spitzer Space Telescope.. Papovich, C.. The 24 um Source Counts in Deep Spitzer Surveys.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Evolution of Close Galaxy Pairs and Major-Merger Rates up to z ~ 1.. Evolution and Color Dependence of the Galaxy Angular Correlation Function: 350,000 Galaxies in 5 Square Degrees.. Le Floc'h, E.. Identification of Luminous Infrared Galaxies at 1.. Alonso-Herrero, A.. The Nature of Luminous X-Ray Sources with Mid-Infrared Counterparts.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Clustering of Galaxies in Early Data.. Mock Catalogs for the DEEP2 Redshift Survey.. Madgwick, D.. 2003.. The DEEP2 Galaxy Redshift Survey: Spectral Classification of Galaxies at z~1.. SPIE.. Science Objectives and Early Results of the DEEP2 Redshift Survey..

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  • Title: AEGIS
    Descriptive info: Public Talks.. Speaker.. Date.. Venue.. Talk Title.. Faber.. November 2008.. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ.. Galaxy Evolution Over the Last Two-Thirds of Cosmic Time..

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