High Redshift Radio Galaxies

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Session 17 -- Radio Galaxies and High Luminosity AGNs
Oral presentation, Monday, 30, 1994, 10:00-11:30

[17.03] High Redshift Radio Galaxies

K. C. Chambers (IfA)

High redshift radio galaxies appear to be young systems rich in gas and dust and undergoing substantial star formation. The also radiate a substantial amount of reprocessed light from an active nucleus. At redshifts $z>2$, these massive galaxies are the best observational probes of ongoing galaxy formation at early epochs. Recent results from deep optical, infrared, submillimeter, and radio observations will be presented.

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