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GLASS: an ATCA Legacy Project

GLASS Busy Week 2019

The GAMA Legacy ATCA Southern Survey (GLASS) is an Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) legacy survey of the GAMA G23 field at 4cm (5.5 and 9.5 GHz).

We are performing a deep (30 muJy rms) and wide (50 sq deg) 4cm (5.5 and 9.5 GHz) survey of the full 50 sq deg GAMA G23 field to complement the existing and forthcoming multi-wavelength data in this field. These observations will enable a wide range of galaxy evolution science but in particular we will study the evolution of radio-loud AGN using spectral aging and radio morphologies, and calibrate thermal and non-thermal radio measures of star formation.