The Epoch of Galaxy Formation (or Epoch of Galaxy Assembly)
is a term for the time interval
when many galaxies formed, an area of current study.
Current surveys have uncovered many galaxies with
a Redshift (z) of more than 1, at Peak Star-Formation Epoch
and before, to redshift in the 4-6 range depending on the author.
Lambda-CDM model (ΛCDM) and simulations are used to develop theories.
(galaxy formation,star formation)
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|1||2.57Gpc||8.38Gly||nearest||Epoch of Galaxy Formation|
|6||4.11Gpc||13.41Gly||furthest||Epoch of Galaxy Formation|