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Obscured AGN across cosmic time

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The bulk of the growth of supermassive black holes over cosmic time takes place behind heavy obscuration. I will present observational evidence that much, or even most, of these AGN are very heavily obscured (Compton-thick) and thus hidden from many previous multiwavelength surveys. I will discuss the implications for cosmic black hole growth and the populations of AGN now detected in the early Universe with JWST .

This talk is part of the Galaxies Discussion Group series.

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