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First Results from the JWST ERS Program TEMPLATES: Targeting Extremely Magnified Panchromatic Lensed Arcs and their Extended Star Formation

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
Center for AstroPhysical Surveys
Location
NCSA 3100
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Oct 14, 2022   12:00 - 1:00 pm  
Speaker
Kedar Phadke
Contact
Srinivasan Raghunathan
E-Mail
srinirag@illinois.edu
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Originating Calendar
Center for AstroPhysical Surveys
TEMPLATES is a James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Early Release Science (ERS) program designed to produce high signal-to-noise imaging and Integral Field Unit (IFU) spectroscopic data cubes for four gravitationally lensed galaxies at high redshift (1<z<4.5). The program plan is to spatially resolve the star formation in galaxies across the peak of cosmic star formation. TEMPLATES was awarded ~55 hours to comprehensively study 4 high redshift galaxies out of which ~40 hours have already been completed. At the completion of the program all four target galaxies will have 13 band imaging as well as IFU data covering nebular emission lines such as H-alpha and Paschen-alpha. In this talk, I’ll showcase the new data and discuss how we are tackling some instrumental artifacts. I’ll also give a brief overview of the first science results expected from the program.
 
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