The MUSE Hubble Deep Field Survey
Intervenant : Roland Bacon
The MUSE Hubble Deep Field Survey is the deepest spectroscopic survey ever performed over the entire Ultra Deep Field (UDF) area. It provides ~1700 spectroscopic redshifts, an order of magnitude more compared to the data that has been accumulated on the UDF over the past decade, up to AB~30 in magnitude and 6.7 in redshift. The depth and high quality of the data enables new and detailed studies of the physical properties of the galaxy population and their environments over a large redshift range. In this talk I will show in advance of publication a number of important results achieved by the survey on a diversity of topics: investigation of bias in photometric redshift, spatially resolved stellar kinematics at z~1, properties of CIII emitters, FeII emission probing galactic winds in star-forming galaxies, Lya luminosity function and its impact for reiniozation, Lya extreme EW objects undetected in UDF, Lya extended halos, evolution of the galaxy major merger rate with redshift, etc.