Gravitationally lensed starburst galaxy (z=3.59) from the Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing Survey of Paul Hewett (IoA, Cambridge) & Steve Warren (IC, London). See the Feb 1999 issue of the AAO newsletter for more details. The lensing galaxy at z=0.485 is the red object to the north, and the Ly-a emission from the star forming galaxy appears blue. This is the first unambiguous detection of a galaxy-galaxy lens.
Structure forming around a quasar at z=0.9: see Jo Baker's conference summary on astro-ph. Interested parties can contact Jo (Hubble Fellow, Berkeley) for the paper submitted to AJ. These images show the field both on and off band, how one of the objects was detected in [OII], and spectroscopic confirmation.
Tunable filter imaging of the Hubble Deep Field (North): see Karl Glazebrook's review on astro-ph.
Cooling flows at high redshift .......to come
Ly-alpha haloes at high redshift ......to come
Depolarizing clumps at high redshift .........to come