Implications of Spectral Energy Distribution in Cosmic Dust Analysis via THESAN Simulations

Authors

  • Xuping Zhuang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/1ka7yn08

Keywords:

Cosmic dust; THESAN project; SED; high-redshift.

Abstract

As a matter of fact, analysis of comic dust features remains a hot topic in cosmology and astrophysics. In recent years, a state-of-art astrophysics simulations project, i.e., the THESAN project, provides high-resolution simulations in the universe, shedding new lights on novel cosmology areas such as study of cosmic dust. As previous observations have been confined to z≤5, advanced simulation like THESAN is essential for a deeper understanding of cosmic dust in the early universe, which provides valuable information of numerous astrophysical processes. With this in mind, this study used Spectral Energy Distribution (SED) data of thousands of simulated galaxies from THESAN data to study and investigate cosmic dust’s impact on energy. According to the analysis, it is suggested cosmic dust components and correlation between dust temperature, redshift, and SFR (Star Formation Rate) at high redshifts ranging from six to ten. Overall, these results shed light on guiding further exploration of cosmic dust.

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Published

29-03-2024

How to Cite

Zhuang, X. (2024). Implications of Spectral Energy Distribution in Cosmic Dust Analysis via THESAN Simulations. Highlights in Science, Engineering and Technology, 88, 612-619. https://doi.org/10.54097/1ka7yn08