GAMA - Galaxy and Mass Assembly

http://www.gama-survey.org/

Program Description: The Galaxy and Mass Assembly is a project to exploit the latest generation of ground-based and space-borne survey facilities to study cosmology and galaxy formation and evolution.. The main objective of GAMA is to study structure on scales of 1 kpc to 1 Mpc. This includes galaxy clusters, groups, mergers and coarse measurements of galaxy structure (i.e., bulges and discs). It is on these scales where baryons play a critical role in the galaxy formation and subsequent evolutionary processes and where our understanding of structure in the Universe breaks down. In operation 2008-2013.

Year Started: 2010.

Organization Description: The project team is comprised of about 100 scientists from the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, France and Canada.

Data Description: N/A


Project Type: Data Repository

Project Domains: Math and Physical Sciences


No budget information

International Funding: AU


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