1999A&A...351..903B


Query : 1999A&A...351..903B

1999A&A...351..903B - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 351, 903-919 (1999/11-3)

Surface photometry of bulge dominated low surface brightness galaxies.

BEIJERSBERGEN M., DE BLOK W.J.G. and VAN DER HULST J.M.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present results of broad band BVRI observations of a sample of galaxies with a low surface brightness (LSB) disk and a bulge. These galaxies are well described as exponential disks and exponential bulges with no preferred value for either scale length or central surface brightness. The median B band disk scale length is 12.6kpc (H0=75km/s/Mpc) which is much larger than scale lengths of typical (disk dominated) LSB or high surface brightness (HSB) galaxies. Furthermore, the disk and bulge scale lengths are correlated, suggesting a coupling in the formation. Bulge dominated LSB galaxies are observed to be redder than disk dominated LSB galaxies and their bulge-to-disk ratios are increasing towards redder wavelengths. We find colors that are comparable to or bluer than HSB galaxies of the same morphological types. Bulge dominated LSB galaxies are therefore not faded HSB galaxies with no current star formation. We find that bulge dominated LSB galaxies fit in with the general trends defined by the HSB galaxies. The properties of these bulge dominated LSB galaxies show that LSB galaxies do not just come in two varieties. They cover the entire range in optical and morphological properties between late-type disk dominated LSBs and giant Malin-1-like LSBs. LSB galaxies thus also form a LSB Hubble sequence, parallel to the classical HSB one.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: fundamental parameters - galaxies: photometry - galaxies: spiral

Simbad objects: 21

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Number of rows : 21
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 ESO 350-11 Sy1 00 22 30.5626750656 -34 07 14.349744984   15.52 16.1 14.67   ~ 21 0
2 ESO 153-17 EmG 02 05 05.5375932000 -55 06 42.737952528   13.92   12.71 13.6 ~ 40 0
3 ESO 545-36 G 02 33 55.8377430120 -21 02 36.220972344   15.36   13.81   ~ 19 0
4 ESO 14-4 G 02 41 18.0476907144 -78 07 41.849648220   15.34   13.76   ~ 17 0
5 NGC 1096 G 02 43 49.2610822896 -59 54 48.282432408   13.75   12.18 13.0 ~ 28 0
6 ESO 54-24 G 03 51 10.8265905792 -71 56 34.093862484   15.59   14.36   ~ 9 0
7 ESO 552-19 G 04 53 34.2714407544 -17 55 22.342816452   15.28   14.01   ~ 19 0
8 ESO 422-9 G 04 54 40.7 -28 39 25   15.36   14.87 14.9 ~ 9 0
9 ESO 252-10 G 05 06 09.6741533256 -45 02 49.565631948   14.20   12.88   ~ 21 0
10 ESO 159-20 G 05 34 18.091 -55 52 56.40   14.85   13.75 14.1 ~ 11 0
11 ESO 425-18 G 06 20 47.5 -27 55 02   14.36   14.39   ~ 16 0
12 ESO 206-14 G 06 28 28.5 -48 45 49   14.92   13.74   ~ 32 0
13 ESO 122-4 G 06 42 13.0987603848 -61 04 14.764826460   15.22   13.53   ~ 15 0
14 ESO 5-5 G 07 25 54.8 -84 18 22   15.69   14.74   ~ 7 0
15 ESO 59-9 G 07 36 12.0955778544 -70 42 40.779393264   14.28   12.91   ~ 18 0
16 ESO 565-16 G 09 34 11.3330810712 -21 58 33.755942568   15.42   14.05   ~ 7 0
17 ESO 499-11 G 09 51 59.9 -25 18 43   14.94   14.01 16.1 ~ 14 0
18 ESO 374-9 G 09 54 59.0360734872 -34 03 43.171184592   15.55   14.18   ~ 15 0
19 ESO 435-31 G 10 01 30.5105703432 -30 42 31.357440540   15.37   13.99   ~ 10 0
20 ESO 437-42 G 10 41 27.726 -31 46 48.78   14.41   13.18 13.9 ~ 22 0
21 ESO 440-49 G 12 05 34.0099992744 -31 25 24.132600084   13.77   12.65 14.2 ~ 36 0

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