2018ApJ...862..100G


Query : 2018ApJ...862..100G

2018ApJ...862..100G - Astrophys. J., 862, 100-100 (2018/August-1)

The Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey. VII. Constraints on the origin of S0 galaxies from their photometric structure.

GAO H., HO L.C., BARTH A.J. and LI Z.-Y.

Abstract (from CDS):

Using high-quality optical images from the Carnegie-Irvine Galaxy Survey, we perform multicomponent decompositions of S0 galaxies (S0s) to derive accurate structural parameters to constrain their physical origin. Many S0s do not host prominent bulges. S0s have a broad distribution of bulge-to-total ratios (B/T) and Sersic indices (n), with average values of B/T = 0.34 ± 0.15 and n = 2.62 ± 1.02, qualitatively consistent with the notion that S0s define a parallel sequence with and may have evolved from spiral galaxies. This is further reinforced by the incidence of bars and lenses in S0s, which, when compared with the statistics in spirals, supports the idea that lenses are demised bars. However, despite their wide range of prominence, the bulges of S0s form a surprisingly uniform sequence on both the Kormendy and fundamental plane relations. There is no evidence for population dichotomy or other indications of differentiation into classical and pseudobulges. Most of the S0s reside in the field and in groups; cluster environment is not a necessary condition for S0 production. The properties of S0 bulges show little correlation with environmental indicators, after the dependence of galaxy stellar mass on environment is taken into account. As the bulges of late-type spirals and S0s are intrinsically different, and environmental effects that may account for such evolution appear to be minimal, we conclude that late-type spirals are not plausible progenitors of S0s. The bulges of S0s likely formed at an early epoch, after which secular processes contributed little to their subsequent evolution.

Abstract Copyright: © 2018. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: bulges - galaxies: elliptical and lenticular, cD - galaxies: evolution - galaxies: photometry - galaxies: structure

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/ApJ/862/100): table1.dat>

Simbad objects: 63

goto Full paper

goto View the references in ADS

Number of rows : 63
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2022
#notes
1 NGC 254 GiP 00 47 27.6403595256 -31 25 18.598093788   12.62 11.82 11.29   ~ 81 0
2 NGC 584 GiP 01 31 20.7231919800 -06 52 04.770287472 11.93 11.44 10.48     ~ 382 2
3 NGC 936 GiP 02 27 37.462 -01 09 22.61   11.1   9.98 10.7 ~ 344 0
4 NGC 1201 GiG 03 04 07.9912913448 -26 04 10.874234136   11.78 10.64 10.35   ~ 136 0
5 NGC 1302 GiG 03 19 51.2026512864 -26 03 37.946814660   11.43   9.99 10.8 ~ 139 0
6 NGC 1326 GiG 03 23 56.3657298384 -36 27 52.322333040 11.69 11.43 10.54 10.02 10.9 ~ 253 1
7 NGC 1380 GiP 03 36 27.590 -34 58 34.68 11.32 10.94 9.93 9.37   ~ 399 1
8 NGC 1386 GiP 03 36 46.238 -35 59 57.39 12.42 12.16 11.23 10.76   ~ 495 1
9 NGC 1387 GiP 03 36 57.0337458600 -35 30 23.675934060 12.18 11.75 10.69 10.16   ~ 239 1
10 NGC 1411 GiG 03 38 44.8916837064 -44 06 02.048427900   12.06   10.76   ~ 103 0
11 NGC 1400 EmG 03 39 30.851 -18 41 17.25 12.48 12.01 10.96 10.45   ~ 288 1
12 IC 2006 EmG 03 54 28.4628183240 -35 58 01.673622516   12.39   10.94 11.9 ~ 201 0
13 NGC 1527 GiG 04 08 24.0893742048 -47 53 48.933087108   11.73   10.25   ~ 74 0
14 IC 2035 GiG 04 09 01.8566119800 -45 31 03.273963672   12.48   11.29   ~ 75 0
15 NGC 1533 GiG 04 09 51.8356041744 -56 07 06.410207352   11.77 10.92 10.27 11.0 ~ 188 0
16 NGC 1543 EmG 04 12 43.1692212984 -57 44 16.333531440   10.67 10.60 9.74 10.7 ~ 131 0
17 NGC 1537 GiG 04 13 40.6728494904 -31 38 42.789379560   11.54   10.11   ~ 96 0
18 NGC 1553 GiP 04 16 10.4697802536 -55 46 48.072797400 10.76 10.10 9.40 8.74   ~ 365 2
19 NGC 1574 GiG 04 21 58.7445118536 -56 58 28.407111240   11.17 10.48 9.73   ~ 116 0
20 NGC 1726 GiG 04 59 41.900 -07 45 18.51   13   11.25   ~ 66 0
21 NGC 1947 GiG 05 26 47.613 -63 45 36.08   11.76 10.80 10.06   ~ 125 0
22 NGC 2217 LIN 06 21 39.7505036352 -27 14 01.654973556   11.04 11.93 9.78 10.5 ~ 158 0
23 NGC 2640 G 08 37 24.624 -55 07 25.47           ~ 46 0
24 NGC 2695 GiG 08 54 27.0744277224 -03 04 00.993904032   13.3       ~ 105 0
25 NGC 2698 GiG 08 55 36.4948914048 -03 11 02.378344776   13.2       ~ 56 0
26 NGC 2781 GiG 09 11 27.5157906744 -14 49 00.191638668   12.5   11.38 12.0 ~ 71 0
27 NGC 2784 G 09 12 19.497 -24 10 21.36 12.02 10.99 10.16 9.30   ~ 125 1
28 NGC 2983 GiG 09 43 41.1170284248 -20 28 38.056081476   12.81 11.68 11.25   ~ 70 0
29 NGC 3056 GiG 09 54 32.8538928504 -28 17 53.628683496   12.61   11.00 12.0 ~ 70 0
30 NGC 3100 LIN 10 00 40.8355139976 -31 39 52.395680736   12.15 12.47 10.60   ~ 74 1
31 NGC 3108 GiG 10 02 29.0239265520 -31 40 38.785663704   12.48   11.03   ~ 62 0
32 NGC 3271 BiC 10 30 26.5035080808 -35 21 34.063890048   12.72 11.73 11.03   ~ 70 1
33 NGC 3892 GiG 11 48 01.0277916720 -10 57 43.632054432   12.21   10.99   ~ 65 0
34 NGC 3904 GiG 11 49 13.206 -29 16 36.09   11.82 10.96 10.29   ~ 150 0
35 NGC 4024 GiG 11 58 31.2459759168 -18 20 48.512930064   12.91   11.29   ~ 68 0
36 NGC 4033 GiG 12 00 34.7437664736 -17 50 33.482206500   12.79   11.32   ~ 92 0
37 ESO 322-8 EmG 12 25 37.738 -39 19 11.02   13.11 12.94 11.42   ~ 51 0
38 NAME Virgo Cluster ClG 12 26 32.1 +12 43 24           ~ 6271 0
39 NGC 4546 GiG 12 35 29.4931619736 -03 47 35.383858656 11.89 11.30 10.32     ~ 212 1
40 NGC 4684 GiG 12 47 17.5097110680 -02 43 38.661355884   12.4       ~ 136 0
41 NGC 4697 GiG 12 48 35.8981498824 -05 48 02.482374564   10.97   9.83   ~ 834 0
42 ESO 507-25 LIN 12 51 31.846 -26 27 07.74   12.47   10.91 11.9 ~ 74 0
43 ESO 442-26 GiG 12 52 13.2939271488 -29 50 26.612587932   12.55   11.00   ~ 31 0
44 NGC 4804 GiG 12 55 49.6669627200 -12 03 18.748939464   12   14.74   ~ 49 0
45 NGC 4825 GiG 12 57 12.231 -13 39 53.47   9.3   11.58   ~ 48 0
46 NGC 4856 GiG 12 59 21.2433153888 -15 02 31.292291292   11   10.72   ~ 79 0
47 NGC 4984 GiG 13 08 57.2555329728 -15 30 58.743722520   12   10.92   ~ 127 0
48 NGC 5026 GiG 13 14 13.5991497024 -42 57 40.754357712   12.48 13.42 10.57   ~ 42 0
49 NGC 5266 GiG 13 43 02.0849196792 -48 10 10.000751592   11.89 11.14 11.9 11.3 ~ 159 0
50 IC 4329 BiC 13 49 05.314 -30 17 45.20   11.96 11.54 10.31   ~ 183 2
51 NGC 5333 GiG 13 54 24.2218215576 -48 30 44.914287240   12.82   11.23   ~ 45 0
52 ESO 221-26 GiG 14 08 23.6977610664 -47 58 14.183851836   12.01   10.34   ~ 54 0
53 NGC 6673 GiG 18 45 06.3184597776 -62 17 49.971132960   12.69   11.10   ~ 61 0
54 NGC 6684 GiG 18 48 57.8758832976 -65 10 24.324323808   11.34 10.45 9.94   ~ 112 4
55 IC 4991 GiG 20 18 23.2936906896 -41 03 00.574311960   12.33   10.80   ~ 54 0
56 NGC 6893 GiG 20 20 49.6199866776 -48 14 20.731789248   12.73 11.45 10.93   ~ 46 0
57 NGC 6942 G 20 40 37.8120578664 -54 18 10.907895600   12.87 12.10 11.38   ~ 41 0
58 NGC 7049 GiP 21 19 00.2856324192 -48 33 43.713475092   11.28 10.74 9.77   ~ 135 1
59 NGC 7079 GiG 21 32 35.2418074440 -44 04 03.412507188   12.63 11.61 11.08   ~ 117 0
60 NGC 7144 GiG 21 52 42.4890937656 -48 15 13.729791132   11.87 10.71 10.39   ~ 146 1
61 NGC 7192 GiG 22 06 50.1107894976 -64 18 58.721070096   12.21 11.21 10.77   ~ 136 0
62 NGC 7377 LIN 22 47 47.4743722752 -22 18 43.770561516   11.39 12.78 10.53   ~ 94 0
63 IC 5267 GiP 22 57 13.572 -43 23 46.11   11.18 10.47 9.83 10.4 ~ 136 0

To bookmark this query, right click on this link: simbad:objects in 2018ApJ...862..100G and select 'bookmark this link' or equivalent in the popup menu


2022.07.05-09:11:57

© Université de Strasbourg/CNRS

    • Contact