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Star Formation at the Highest Redshifts and Reionization
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I will review recent developments in finding galaxies beyond redshift 6 (within the first billion years of history), applying the Lyman break technique to images from the new WFC3 camera on HST . I will discuss the inferred star formation rates and luminosity functions, and discuss the role UV photons from these galaxies might play in reionizing the Universe.
This talk is part of the Kavli Institute for Cosmology - Summer Series series.
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