High Redshift Galaxy Candidates List
This is the complete list of candidates with a brighter infrared signature than visible light signature, for one particular pair of Hubble images.For details of the source images and methods used to create these images, please see my finding ultra-high redshift galaxies page. Below are listed all 254 candidates (of groups of candidates) found with my method, in side-by-side comparison images with the infrared image (“I”) on the left, and the visible-light image (“V”) on the right.
Listed first are the most likely candidates for ultra-high redshifted galaxies. These appear in the infrared, but don’t appear in the visible spectrum at all.
Below are candidates which appear to be only very-high redshifted galaxies, since there is a much dimmer red glow in the visible spectrum.
But most of the candidates are only either brighter in the infrared, or fuzzier.
There are also a couple candidates which probably wouldn’t be candidates if the infrared image were larger.
Finally, the candidates below are due to what Phil Plait identifies as “diffraction spikes” from either actual stars or active galaxies, because the diffraction spikes in the two images aren’t aligned (they’re off by nearly 45°).