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Hidden Giants in JWST''s PEARLS: An Ultramassive z = 4.26 Submillimeter Galaxy that Is Invisible to HST

Abstract: We present a multiwavelength analysis using the Submillimeter Array (SMA), James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, NOEMA, JWST, the Hubble Space Telescope (HST), and the Spitzer Space Telescope of two dusty strongly starforming galaxies, 850.1 and 850.2, seen through the massive cluster lens A 1489. These SMA-located sources both lie at z = 4.26 and have bright dust continuum emission, but 850.2 is a UV-detected Lyman-break galaxy, while 850.1 is undetected at ? 2 ?m, even with deep JWST/NIRCam observations. We investigate their stellar, interstellar medium, and dynamical properties, including a pixel-level spectral energy distribution analysis to derive subkiloparsec-resolution stellar-mass and AV maps. We find that 850.1 is one of the most massive and highly obscured, AV ? 5, galaxies known at z > 4 with M* ?1011.8 Me (likely forming at z > 6), and 850.2 is one of the least massive and least obscured, AV ? 1, members of the z > 4 dusty star-forming population. The diversity of these two dust-mass-selected galaxies illustrates the incompleteness of galaxy surveys at z ? 3?4 based on imaging at ? 2 ?m, the longest wavelengths feasible from HST or the ground. The resolved mass map of 850.1 shows a compact stellar-mass distribution, Remass ?1 kpc, but its expected evolution means that it matches both the properties of massive, quiescent galaxies at z ? 1.5 and ultramassive early-type galaxies at z ? 0. We suggest that 850.1 is the central galaxy of a group in which 850.2 is a satellite that will likely merge in the near future. The stellar morphology of 850.1 shows arms and a linear bar feature that we link to the active dynamical environment it resides within.

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 Autoría: Smail I., Dudzeviciute U., Gurwell M., Fazio G.G., Willner S.P., Swinbank A.M., Arumugam V., Summers J., Cohen S.H., Jansen R.A., Windhorst R.A., Meena A., Zitrin A., Keel W.C., Cheng C., Coe D., Conselice C.J., D’Silva J.C.J., Driver S.P., Frye B., Grogin N.A., Koekemoer A.M., Marshall M.A., Nonino M., Pirzkal N., Robotham A., Rutkowski M.J., Ryan R.E., Tompkins S., Willmer C.N.A., Yan H., Broadhurst T.J., Diego J.M., Kamieneski

 Fuente: Astrophysical Journal, 2023, 958(1), 36

Editorial: Institute of Physics Publishing

 Año de publicación: 2023

Nº de páginas: 24

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/acf931

ISSN: 0004-637X,1538-4357

Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/acf931

Autoría

SMAIL, IAN

DUDZEVICIUTE, UGNÉ

GURWELL, MARK

FAZIO, GIOVANNI G.

WILLNER, S. P.

SWINBANK, A. M.

ARUMUGAM, VINODIRAN

SUMMERS, JAKE

COHEN, SETH H.

JANSEN, ROLF A.

WINDHORST, ROGIER A.

MEENA, ASHISH

ZITRIN, ADI

KEEL, WILLIAM C.

CHENG, CHENG

COE, DAN

CONSELICE, CHRISTOPHER J.

D'SILVA, JORDAN C. J.

DRIVER, SIMON P.