2001MNRAS.323..417A


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2001MNRAS.323..417A - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 323, 417-444 (2001/May-2)

A submillimetre survey of the star formation history of radio galaxies.

ARCHIBALD E.N., DUNLOP J.S., HUGHES D.H., RAWLINGS S., EALES S.A. and IVISON R.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present the results of the first major systematic submillimetre survey of radio galaxies spanning the redshift range 1<z<5. The primary aim of this work is to elucidate the star formation history of this sub class of elliptical galaxies by tracing the cosmological evolution of dust mass. Using SCUBA on the JCMT, we have obtained 850-µm photometry of 47 radio galaxies to a consistent rms depth of 1mJy, and have detected dust emission in 14 cases. The radio galaxy targets have been selected from a series of low-frequency radio surveys of increasing depth (3CRR, 6CE, etc.), in order to allow us to separate the effects of increasing redshift and increasing radio power on submillimetre luminosity. Although the dynamic range of our study is inevitably small, we find clear evidence that the typical submillimetre luminosity (and hence dust mass) of a powerful radio galaxy is a strongly increasing function of redshift; the detection rate rises from ≃15 per cent at z<2.5 to ≳75 per cent at z>2.5, and the average submillimetre luminosity rises at a rate ∝(1+z)3 out to z≃4. Moreover, our extensive sample allows us to argue that this behaviour is not driven by underlying correlations with other radio galaxy properties such as radio power, radio spectral index, or radio source size/age. Although radio selection may introduce other more subtle biases, the redshift distribution of our detected objects is in fact consistent with the most recent estimates of the redshift distribution of comparably bright submillimetre sources discovered in blank field surveys. The evolution of submillimetre luminosity found here for radio galaxies may thus be representative of massive ellipticals in general.

Abstract Copyright: The Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): stars: formation - dust, extinction - galaxies: active - galaxies: elliptical and lenticular, cD - galaxies: formation - submillimetre

Simbad objects: 47

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Number of rows : 47

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2020
#notes
1 NVSS J003453+413132 rG 00 34 53.08 +41 31 31.5           ~ 20 1
2 NVSS J014343+325349 rG 01 43 43.85 +32 53 49.7         24 ~ 33 1
3 4C 60.07 rG 05 12 54.80 +60 30 51.7           ~ 87 1
4 4C 41.17 rG 06 50 52.098 +41 30 30.53           ~ 315 1
5 NVSS J082348+363245 rG 08 23 48.00 +36 32 45.3           ~ 20 1
6 NVSS J082838+252827 rG 08 28 38.7 +25 28 28           ~ 17 1
7 NVSS J090432+353903 rG 09 04 32.4 +35 39 03   21.4       ~ 27 1
8 NVSS J090530+340756 rG 09 05 30.1 +34 07 57   24.0 23.800 23.500   ~ 150 1
9 4C 39.24 rG 09 08 13.3 +39 43 29           ~ 64 1
10 3C 217 Rad 09 08 51.0 +37 48 18   22       ~ 121 1
11 NVSS J092215+375403 rG 09 22 15.18 +37 54 02.5           ~ 18 1
12 NVSS J093306+384150 rG 09 33 06.9 +38 41 48           ~ 31 1
13 3C 239 rG 10 11 45.6 +46 28 20   22.5       ~ 144 1
14 4C 05.41 rG 10 19 33.4 +05 34 35   20.0       ~ 43 1
15 3C 241 rG 10 21 54.59 +21 59 31.2   23.5       ~ 155 0
16 NVSS J104236+675023 rG 10 42 37.00 +67 50 23.0           ~ 7 1
17 4C 34.34 rG 11 16 30.40 +34 42 24.0           ~ 25 1
18 3C 257 rG 11 23 09.1 +05 30 21           ~ 85 1
19 3C 265.0 Sy1 11 45 29.0 +31 33 50   20.0       ~ 237 0
20 3C 266 rG 11 45 43.4 +49 46 08   22       ~ 137 1
21 3C 267 rG 11 49 56.5 +12 47 19   22.5       ~ 146 2
22 NVSS J120154+363454 Rad 12 01 54.5 +36 34 54           ~ 15 1
23 4C 37.33 Rad 12 06 52.6 +36 51 44           ~ 28 1
24 4C 39.37 rG 12 35 04.6 +39 25 41   21.4       ~ 66 1
25 4C 03.24 rG 12 45 38.4 +03 23 18           ~ 66 1
26 NVSS J125100+110420 rG 12 51 00.1 +11 04 20           ~ 13 1
27 3C 277.2 Sy1 12 53 33.3 +15 42 31   21.5       ~ 145 0
28 4C 24.28 rG 13 48 14.890 +24 15 50.34     17.7     ~ 44 1
29 3C 294 rG 14 06 44.00 +34 11 25.0           ~ 216 1
30 4C 63.20 rG 14 36 37.4 +63 19 13         23.6 ~ 76 1
31 4C 55.31 rG 15 35 01.20 +55 36 48.0   23       ~ 112 1
32 3C 324.0 Sy1 15 49 48.9 +21 25 38   21.5       ~ 300 0
33 3C 340 rG 16 29 37.9 +23 20 14   22       ~ 120 1
34 6C 171301+501842 Sy2 17 14 14.8 +50 15 31   24.05   22.64   ~ 107 1
35 WSTB 53W69 rG 17 20 02.54 +49 44 51.0           ~ 38 0
36 3C 356 QSO 17 24 20.2 +50 57 14   21.5 21.5     ~ 216 1
37 3C 362 rG 17 47 07.0 +18 21 10     19.0     ~ 22 1
38 4C 13.66 G 18 01 38.96 +13 51 23.9           ~ 46 1
39 3C 368.0 rG 18 05 06.30 +11 01 32.0   21.5       ~ 241 1
40 3C 372 rG 18 10 55.70 +40 45 23.6   22.1       ~ 64 1
41 4C 48.48 rG 19 33 05.27 +48 11 41.8           ~ 37 1
42 4C 23.56 EmG 21 07 14.82 +23 31 45.0           ~ 96 0
43 4C 19.71 rG 21 44 07.5 +19 29 11           ~ 38 1
44 3C 437 rG 21 47 25.10 +15 20 37.0   23       ~ 120 2
45 LEDA 2831610 rG 23 08 25.2 +03 37 04           ~ 13 1
46 4C 28.58 rG 23 51 59.23 +29 10 29.0           ~ 41 1
47 3C 470.0 rG 23 58 35.30 +44 04 38.0   22.5       ~ 106 1

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