A Multi-frequency VLA Continuum Investigation of Starburst & AGN Activity in Local U/LIRGs

Yiqing Song
The rates at which galaxies form stars have been declining since ~ 3 billion years after the Big Bang. Massive stars that drive the chemical enrichment of the Universe are now being produced at much lower rates in the Milky Way and most other galaxies in our local Universe, compared to galaxies at z ~ 1-2, when most stars formed. During this distant era of rapid growth, star formation took place primarily in Luminous and...
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