2004ApJ...616...71S


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2004ApJ...616...71S - Astrophys. J., 616, 71-85 (2004/November-3)

The rest-frame optical properties of SCUBA galaxies.

SMAIL I., CHAPMAN S.C., BLAIN A.W. and IVISON R.J.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present optical and near-infrared photometry for a sample of 96 dusty, far-infrared-luminous galaxies. We have precise spectroscopic redshifts for all these galaxies, yielding a median redshift of z=2.2. The majority, 78, are submillimeter-detected galaxies lying at z=0.2-3.6, while the remaining 18 are optically faint µJy radio galaxies at z=0.9-3.4 that are proposed to be similarly luminous, dusty galaxies whose dust emission is too hot to be detected in the submillimeter waveband. We compare the photometric and morphological properties of these distant, ultraluminous galaxies with local samples of dusty, luminous galaxies. We confirm that spectroscopically identified far-infrared-luminous galaxies at z>1 display a wide variety in their optical-near-infrared and near-infrared colors, with only a modest proportion red enough to classify as unusually red. We show that, on average, luminous, high-redshift dusty galaxies are both brighter and redder in rest-frame optical passbands than comparable samples of UV-selected star-forming galaxies at similar redshifts. Archival Hubble Space Telescope ACS imaging of 20 of our galaxies demonstrates both morphological indications of mergers and interactions, which may have triggered their luminous far-infrared activity, and structured dust distributions within these galaxies. We derive a near-infrared Hubble diagram for far-infrared-luminous galaxies. This shows that this population is typically fainter than high-luminosity radio galaxies at similar redshifts and exhibits significantly more scatter in their K-band magnitudes. The rest-frame optical luminosities of the far-infrared-luminous population are comparable to those of local ultraluminous infrared galaxies, although their far-infrared luminosities are several times higher. The typical extinction-corrected optical luminosity of the high-redshift population, assuming passive evolution, provides a good fit to the bright end of the luminosity function of luminous spheroidal galaxies seen in rich clusters at intermediate redshifts. This adds to the growing body of evidence showing that these high-redshift, far-infrared-luminous sources identify star formation and active galactic nucleus-fueling events in the early life of massive galaxies in the universe.

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Journal keyword(s): Cosmology: Observations - Galaxies: Evolution - Galaxies: Formation - Infrared: Galaxies

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/ApJ/616/71): table1.dat>

Nomenclature: Table 1: [SCB2004] SMM JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s N=78.

CDS comments: Table 1: RG JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s = [CSB2004b] RG JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s in SIMBAD.

Simbad objects: 95

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Number of rows : 95

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 NAME SMM J030227.73+000653.5 AGN 03 02 27.8 +00 06 54   23.8 19.10   21.29 ~ 36 0
2 NAME SMM J030231.81+001031.3 smm 03 02 31.65 +00 10 30.5   26.4 26.40     ~ 13 0
3 NAME SMM J030236.15+000817.1 smm 03 02 36.10 +00 08 17.5   26.4       ~ 12 0
4 NAME SMM J030238.62+001106.3 G 03 02 38.62 +00 11 06.3   25.6     23.14 ~ 10 0
5 CUDSS 03.1 smm 03 02 44.55 +00 06 34.5         20.80 ~ 6 0
6 [CSB2004b] RG J030257.94+001016.3 AGN 03 02 57.94 +00 10 16.3         22.46 ~ 10 0
7 NAME Lockman Hole reg 10 45 00.0 +58 00 00           ~ 754 0
8 SA 13- reg 10 48 +11.5           ~ 10 0
9 [VV2010c] J105154.3+572325 AGN 10 51 54.3 +57 23 25         23.60 ~ 5 0
10 NAME SMM J105158.02+571800.2 G 10 51 58.018 +57 18 00.27   25.78   24.54 23.67 ~ 35 0
11 NAME SMM J105200.22+572420.2 EmG 10 51 59.856 +57 24 24.91   22.95   22.05 21.53 ~ 35 0
12 NAME SMM J105201.25+572445.7 smm 10 52 01.417 +57 24 43.04       26.29 25.52 ~ 48 1
13 [CSB2004b] RG J105204.22+572745.7 rG 10 52 04.22 +57 27 45.7         23.14 ~ 2 0
14 NAME SMM J105207.49+571904.0 G 10 52 07.490 +57 19 04.01   25.89   25.62 25.27 ~ 36 0
15 [CSB2004b] RG J105209.31+572202.8 rG 10 52 09.31 +57 22 02.8         24.38 ~ 3 0
16 [IGS2002] LE 850.17 smm 10 52 16.8 +57 19 23           ~ 6 0
17 NAME SMM J105224.6+572119 G 10 52 24.6 +57 21 19           ~ 11 0
18 XMMU J105225.5+572551 AGN 10 52 25.50 +57 25 50.7         23.80 ~ 7 0
19 [VV98] J105225.9+571907 QSO 10 52 25.88 +57 19 06.7   25.90 23.85 24.7 21.77 ~ 17 1
20 [CIR2010] J105227.648+572513.12 G 10 52 27.579 +57 25 12.46   26.38   25.17 24.97 ~ 19 0
21 [SCB2004] SMM J105227.60+572214.1 G 10 52 27.60 +57 22 14.1           ~ 1 0
22 NAME SMM J105230.6+572212 G 10 52 30.717 +57 22 09.56   24.32   23.74 23.40 ~ 39 0
23 NAME SMM J105238.19+571651.1 G 10 52 38.256 +57 16 51.31       22.70 22.66 ~ 14 0
24 NAME SMM J10524+5724 smm 10 52 38.299 +57 24 35.76   26.45   24.90 24.21 ~ 37 0
25 [CSB2004b] RG J105239.84+572509.1 AGN 10 52 39.840 +57 25 09.12         22.45 ~ 4 0
26 NAME SMM J123549.44+621536.8 AGN 12 35 49.4 +62 15 37 24.6 23.9 23.6 23.3 23.1 ~ 51 0
27 NAME SMM J123553.3+621338 G 12 35 53.24 +62 13 37.5   24.8     23.89 ~ 20 1
28 NAME SMM J123555.14+620901.7 AGN 12 35 55.13765 +62 09 01.7629 24.4 24.2 24.1 23.8 23.5 ~ 25 0
29 NAME SMM J123600.1+620254 G 12 36 00.10 +62 02 53.5   25.7     24.42 ~ 11 0
30 NAME SMM J123600.2+621047 QSO 12 36 00.1526 +62 10 47.527 24.21 25.5874 25.35   24.6340 ~ 49 0
31 NAME SMM J123606.9+621021 AGN 12 36 06.830 +62 10 21.44 26.74 27.3812 25.57 24.4 24.5585 ~ 47 0
32 NAME SMM J123607.53+621550.4 G 12 36 07.53 +62 15 50.4           ~ 2 0
33 NAME SMM J123616+621518 AGN 12 36 16.1171 +62 15 14.013 27.8 25.8257 25.78 25.3 26.6108 ~ 63 0
34 GNS 1826 rG 12 36 17.54 +62 15 40.7 23.80 25.336 25.215 24.7 23.9 ~ 26 0
35 NAME SMM J123618+621554 rG 12 36 18.32 +62 15 50.5 25.84   25.58 25.07 25.0 ~ 60 0
36 NAME SMM J123621.3+621708 G 12 36 21.25 +62 17 08.3   25.1     25.0 ~ 52 0
37 NAME SMM J123622+621618 AGN 12 36 22.660 +62 16 29.79 25.75 25.3095   24.8 24.6612 ~ 51 0
38 GNS 2798 AGN 12 36 23.53 +62 16 42.6     24.59   23.9 ~ 19 0
39 NAME SMM J123629.13+621045.8 Sy2 12 36 29.1559 +62 10 46.465 25.66 25.4122 25.81 23.50 22.7656 ~ 55 0
40 NAME SMM J123632.61+620800.1 Sy2 12 36 32.55 +62 07 59.8 23.71 24.1097 24.65 24.0 23.7465 ~ 35 0
41 NAME SMM J123635+621237 EmG 12 36 34.510 +62 12 41.09 25.26 23.8632 24.53 23.18 22.7131 ~ 87 0
42 NAME SMM J123635.6+621424 Sy2 12 36 35.590 +62 14 24.09 24.41 24.0665 24.46 23.8 23.2789 ~ 76 0
43 NAME SMM J123636.75+621156.1 AGN 12 36 36.753 +62 11 56.03 24.78 24.1589 23.412 21.81 21.9886 ~ 46 0
44 [KPA2012] GN-IRS57 AGN 12 36 40.6888 +62 10 09.909         25.84 ~ 9 0
45 NAME Hubble Deep Field reg 12 36 49.5 +62 12 58           ~ 1838 1
46 CXO J123703.9+621156 Sy2 12 37 03.980 +62 11 57.54   26.7083 25.58 25.1 25.1251 ~ 19 0
47 NAME SMM J123707+621410 AGN 12 37 07.2086 +62 14 08.499 28.12 26.8993 26.6 25.6 25.3860 ~ 100 0
48 NAME SMM J123712.0+621325 rG 12 37 11.990 +62 13 25.72 25.92 26.0414 26.2 25.6 25.1091 ~ 60 2
49 NAME SMM J123712.1+621212 AG? 12 37 12.0385 +62 12 12.340 27.8 27.4458 27.3 26.1 25.9429 ~ 37 0
50 QSO B1235+6219 QSO 12 37 16.0048 +62 03 23.461 19.9 20.55 20.19 19.9 19.5 ~ 55 0
51 NAME SMM J123721.87+621035.3 Sy2 12 37 21.859 +62 10 35.75 24.2 23.8312 23.80 22.8 21.8676 ~ 35 0
52 NAME SSA 13-332 QSO 13 12 01.1 +42 42 08   25.2     23.10 ~ 38 0
53 [CSB2004b] RG J131207.74+423945.0 rG 13 12 07.74 +42 39 45.0         24.15 ~ 4 0
54 [CSB2004b] RG J131208.34+424144.4 AGN 13 12 08.3 +42 41 44         22.91 ~ 6 0
55 NAME SMM J131208.82+424129.1 AGN 13 12 08.8 +42 41 29   25.7     23.15 ~ 8 0
56 NAME SMM J131212.7+424423 smm 13 12 12.69 +42 44 22.5   27       ~ 10 0
57 QSO B1310+4254A QSO 13 12 15.2354543238 +42 39 00.885377942   18.93 18.73   17.97 ~ 45 0
58 QSO B1310+4254B QSO 13 12 22.383 +42 38 13.89   21.19     19.85 ~ 23 0
59 NAME SMM J131225.20+424344.5 G 13 12 25.20 +42 43 44.5   23.3     21.20 ~ 9 0
60 NAME SMM J131228.30+424454.8 G 13 12 28.30 +42 44 54.8   25.9     23.82 ~ 7 0
61 [SCB2004] SMM J131230.92+424051.0 G 13 12 30.92 +42 40 51.0         24.33 ~ 1 0
62 NAME SMM J131231.07+424609.0 G 13 12 31.07 +42 46 09.0   27     24.79 ~ 6 0
63 NAME SMM J131232.31+423949.5 G 13 12 32.36 +42 39 49.4   25.7     23.48 ~ 17 0
64 [CSB2004b] RG J131236.05+424044.1 rG 13 12 36.05 +42 40 44.1         23.75 ~ 6 1
65 [CSB2004b] RG J131237.95+424006.0 AGN 13 12 37.95 +42 40 06.0         23.78 ~ 2 0
66 NAME SMM J131239.14+424155.7 G 13 12 39.14 +42 41 55.7   26.0     23.73 ~ 9 0
67 NAME SMM J141741.90+522823.6 Sy2 14 17 41.87874 +52 28 23.4232   23.62 22.945 21.56 20.417 ~ 54 0
68 NAME SMM J141742.20+523026.0 G 14 17 42.11617 +52 30 25.6471   21.959 21.6 20.829 20.183 ~ 45 0
69 NAME SMM J141750.50+523101.0 G 14 17 50.50 +52 31 01.0   25.1       ~ 7 0
70 NAME SMM J141800.40+512820.3 G 14 18 00.46 +52 28 22.5   24.44   23.74 24.25 ~ 20 1
71 NAME SMM J141802.87+523011.1 G 14 18 02.87 +52 30 11.1   24.4       ~ 8 0
72 NAME SMM J141809.00+522803.8 G 14 18 09.102 +52 28 04.36   25.8       ~ 21 0
73 NAME SMM J141813.54+522923.4 G 14 18 13.54 +52 29 23.4   27.4     25.10 ~ 6 0
74 NAME SMM J163627.94+405811.2 G 16 36 27.94 +40 58 11.2   25.2     23.47 ~ 6 0
75 NAME SMM J163631.47+405546.9 AGN 16 36 31.4 +40 55 47   24.9       ~ 19 0
76 NAME SMM J16363+4056 smm 16 36 39.01 +40 56 35.9   24.6 23.60   22.44 ~ 27 0
77 [CSB2004b] RG J163642.74+405515.4 AGN 16 36 42.74 +40 55 15.4         24.47 ~ 3 0
78 ELAIS N2 reg 16 36 48.0 +41 01 45           ~ 162 0
79 NAME SMM J163650.43+405734.5 AGN 16 36 50.5 +40 57 34   23.3 23.30   21.83 ~ 83 0
80 [VV2006] J163655.8+405909 QSO 16 36 55.769 +40 59 09.86 22.63   23.07 23.00 23.02 ~ 20 0
81 NAME SMM J16366+4105 AGN 16 36 58.2 +41 05 24   26.0     24.48 ~ 52 0
82 NAME SMM J163658.8+405733 smm 16 36 58.78 +40 57 28.1   23.9   22.50 21.55 ~ 27 0
83 NAME SMM J163704.3+410530 smm 16 37 04.34 +41 05 30.3   24.2     21.99 ~ 22 0
84 NAME SMM J16371+4053 AGN 16 37 06.5 +40 53 14         23.20 ~ 28 0
85 SA 22- * 22 17 20 +00 21.5           ~ 8 0
86 [SCB2004] SMM J221725.70+001238.5 G 22 17 25.70 +00 12 38.7         23.30 ~ 4 0
87 [UTK2017] ADF22.18 AGN 22 17 32.23 +00 15 27.8   24.94 24.81 24.80 23.72 ~ 5 0
88 NAME SMM J221733.02+000906.0 G 22 17 33.02 +00 09 06.0   24.5     24.90 ~ 9 0
89 NAME SMM J221733.12+001120.2 G 22 17 33.132 +00 11 19.86   22.8     20.23 ~ 11 0
90 [VV2010c] J221733.8+001402 AGN 22 17 33.8 +00 14 02         23.52 ~ 3 0
91 [TOM2001] 052 smm 22 17 35.04 +00 15 33.4         23.58 ~ 3 0
92 NAME SMM J221735.84+001558.9 AGN 22 17 35.86 +00 15 59.4   27.332 25.881 25.468 24.57 ~ 37 0
93 NAME SMM J221737.39+001025.1 AGN 22 17 37.4 +00 10 25   25.1 25.10   23.69 ~ 12 0
94 [CSB2004b] RG J221746.30+001423.4 rG 22 17 46.30 +00 14 23.4         22.86 ~ 3 0
95 NAME SMM J221804.42+002154.4 G 22 18 04.42 +00 21 54.4   25.2     23.07 ~ 13 0

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