Science from the UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group

Science from the UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group

Science from the UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group Prof. Daniel McIntosh (Department of Physics & Astronomy) Presentation to the UMKC Retiree’s Associatio...

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Science from the UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group

Prof. Daniel McIntosh (Department of Physics & Astronomy)

Presentation to the UMKC Retiree’s Association Dec. 7, 2013

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Our Cosmic Address

Galaxy Cities

The Cosmic Web

UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group

Why galaxies? ‣

domain of evolved matter (stars, planets, chemistry)



rich testbeds of a wide range of physics



fundamental building blocks over cosmic scales



beacons for tracking a changing Universe over cosmic time

“We explore how galaxies form and grow over cosmic time.” - Prof. McIntosh (UMKC Dept. Physics & Astronomy)

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“We explore how galaxies form and grow over cosmic time.” - Prof. McIntosh (UMKC Dept. Physics & Astronomy)

cosmic “high noon” (8-11 billion years ago)

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“We explore how galaxies form and grow over cosmic time.” - Prof. McIntosh (UMKC Dept. Physics & Astronomy)

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“We explore how galaxies form and grow over cosmic time.” - Prof. McIntosh (UMKC Dept. Physics & Astronomy)

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

10,000 galaxies

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Universe = 150 billion galaxies

10,000 galaxies

Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

Student researchers: NGC 1365

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analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

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analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Arp 238

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Arp 238

NGC 3256

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Arp 238

NGC 3256

pre/post bursts of new star production

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies

Arp 238

Cen A

NGC 3256

active black hole feeding phase

pre/post bursts of new star production

Prof. McIntosh: Mapping the Growth of Galaxies From Cosmic “High Noon” to Today

NGC 4565

Student researchers: NGC 1365

‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study transforming galaxies in active growth phases investigate the death of massive galaxies red & dead massive galaxy

Arp 238

Cen A ESO 325-G004

NGC 3256

active black hole feeding phase

pre/post bursts of new star production

Prof. Brodwin: Discovering the First Galaxy Cities Explore large structures:

NGC 1365

Student researchers: ‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study the largest collapsed objects investigate the birth of massive galaxies

Prof. Brodwin: Discovering the First Galaxy Cities Explore large structures:

NGC 1365

Student researchers: ‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study the largest collapsed objects investigate the birth of massive galaxies

9 Billion Light Years Away!!

Prof. Brodwin: Discovering the First Galaxy Cities Explore large structures:

NGC 1365

Student researchers: ‣ ‣ ‣

analyze multi-wavelength data study the largest collapsed objects investigate the birth of massive galaxies

9 Billion Light Years Away!!

Prof. Brodwin: Euclid Consortium Member

Launch Planned for 2020: ‣ ‣ ‣ ‣

study the physics of the very early Universe probe dark energy test general relativity measure neutrino masses

UMKC Galaxy Evolution Group

Thank You, Questions Welcome

Prof. Daniel McIntosh (Department of Physics & Astronomy)

Presentation to the UMKC Retiree’s Association Dec. 7, 2013