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Cospatial Star Formation and Supermassive Black Hole Growth in z ~ 3 Galaxies: Evidence for In Situ Co-Evolution

13 Mar 2018, 16:00 UTC
Cospatial Star Formation and Supermassive Black Hole Growth in z ~ 3 Galaxies: Evidence for In Situ Co-Evolution
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W. Rujopakarn et al 2018 ApJL 854 L4
Three active galactic nuclei at z ~ 3 are localized to be within compact regions of gas-rich, heavily obscured, intense nuclear star formation, supporting a picture of in situ galactic bulge and supermassive black hole formation.

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