Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion

M. Smailagi, M. Miojo, Milan Bogosavljevic, N. Martinovio

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Abstract

In this work we attempt to model the observed evolution in comoving number density of Lyman-Alpha blobs (LABs) as a function of redshift. Our model assumes that cooling radiation (CR) from the intergalactic gas is the main source of LABs emission. We have used the evolution of distribution of halo masses from a dark matter (OM) cosmological simulation and cold mode gas accretion rates as a function of halo mass and redshift from hydrodynamical simulation. In this work we present our results.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia
PublisherAstronomical Observatory
Pages287-292
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9788680019802
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014
Event17th National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia - Belgrade, Serbia
Duration: Sep 23 2014Sep 27 2014

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Other17th National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia
CountrySerbia
CityBelgrade
Period9/23/149/27/14

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Smailagi, M., Miojo, M., Bogosavljevic, M., & Martinovio, N. (2014). Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion. In Proceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia (pp. 287-292). Astronomical Observatory.

Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion. / Smailagi, M.; Miojo, M.; Bogosavljevic, Milan; Martinovio, N.

Proceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia. Astronomical Observatory, 2014. p. 287-292.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Smailagi, M, Miojo, M, Bogosavljevic, M & Martinovio, N 2014, Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion. in Proceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia. Astronomical Observatory, pp. 287-292, 17th National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia, 9/23/14.
Smailagi M, Miojo M, Bogosavljevic M, Martinovio N. Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion. In Proceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia. Astronomical Observatory. 2014. p. 287-292
Smailagi, M. ; Miojo, M. ; Bogosavljevic, Milan ; Martinovio, N. / Lyman-Alpha blobs number density and cold gas accretion. Proceedings of the XVII National Conference of Astronomers of Serbia. Astronomical Observatory, 2014. pp. 287-292
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