2004MNRAS.355.1303M


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2004MNRAS.355.1303M - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 355, 1303-1314 (2004/December-3)

The cosmological significance of low surface brightness galaxies found in a deep blind neutral hydrogen survey.

MINCHIN R.F., DISNEY M.J., PARKER Q.A., BOYCE P.J., DE BLOK W.J.G., BANKS G.D., EKERS R.D., FREEMAN K.C., GARCIA D.A., GIBSON B.K., GROSSI M., HAYNES R.F., KNEZEK P.M., LANG R.H., MALIN D.F., PRICE R.M., PUTMAN M., STEWART I.M. and WRIGHT A.E.

Abstract (from CDS):

Minchin et al. have recently placed limits on the cosmological significance of gas-rich low surface brightness (LSB) galaxies as a proportion of the total population of gas-rich galaxies by carrying out a very deep survey (HIDEEP) for neutral hydrogen (Hi) with the Parkes multibeam system. Such a survey avoids the surface brightness selection effects that limit the usefulness of optical surveys for finding LSB galaxies. To complement the HIDEEP survey, we have digitally stacked eight 1-h R-band Tech Pan films from the UK Schmidt Telescope covering 36 deg2 of the survey area to reach a very deep isophotal limit of 26.5 Rmag/arcsec2. At this level, we find that all of the 129 Hi sources within this area have optical counterparts and that 107 of them can be identified with individual galaxies. We have used the properties of the galaxies identified as the optical counterparts of the Hi sources to estimate the significance of LSB galaxies (defined to be those at least 1.5 mag dimmer in effective surface brightness than the peak in the observed distribution seen in optical surveys). Two different methods of correcting for ease of detection do not yield significantly different results: LSB galaxies make up 62±37 per cent of gas-rich galaxies by number according to our first method (weighting by Hi mass function), which includes a correction for large-scale structure, or 51±20 per cent when calculated by our second method (1/Vmaxcorrection). We also find that LSB galaxies provide 30±10 per cent of the contribution of gas-rich galaxies to the neutral hydrogen density of the Universe, 7±3 per cent of their contribution to the luminosity density of the Universe, 9±4 of their contribution to the baryonic mass density of the Universe, 20±10 per cent of their contribution to the dynamical mass density of the Universe, and 40±20 per cent of their cross-sectional area. We do not find any `crouching giant' LSB galaxies such as Malin 1, nor do we find a population of extremely low surface brightness galaxies not previously found by optical surveys. Such objects must be either rare, gas-poor or outside the survey detection limits.

Abstract Copyright: 2004 RAS

Journal keyword(s): surveys - galaxies: fundamental parameters - galaxies: luminosity function, mass function - radio lines: galaxies

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/MNRAS/355/1303): table1.dat table2.dat>

Simbad objects: 110

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Number of rows : 110

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 Hubble Deep Field reg 12 36 49.5 +62 12 58           ~ 1838 1
2 2MASX J12365934+1419494 LSB 12 36 59.3469733716 +14 19 49.158501218   17.80       ~ 176 0
3 NAME Cen A Group GrG 13 20 33.9 -44 58 51           ~ 233 0
4 ESO 444-33 GiC 13 26 04.4356 -32 07 45.459   14.94   14.21 14.7 ~ 46 0
5 IC 4247 GiC 13 26 44.9 -30 21 45 15.34 14.67 14.28 14.13   ~ 76 0
6 ESO 444-37 GiC 13 26 59.7 -30 04 27   14.87 14.82 14.23 14.4 ~ 38 0
7 ESO 509-14 AGN 13 27 30.3 -27 10 20   17.06   16.39   ~ 8 0
8 NGC 5150 GiG 13 27 36.526 -29 33 43.88   13.43 12.54 12.29   ~ 43 0
9 LEDA 743309 G 13 28 23.1 -28 18 17       16.6   ~ 7 0
10 ESO 509-26 GiC 13 28 24.5 -27 34 10   15.22   14.56   ~ 29 0
11 ESO 444-47 GiC 13 28 24.972 -31 51 27.82   14.82   13.83 14.3 ~ 57 0
12 ESO 509-31 G 13 29 58.7 -27 15 16   17.87   17.08   ~ 4 0
13 ESO 444-56 GiC 13 30 03.8 -32 02 09   15.76   15.09   ~ 9 0
14 LEDA 98836 GiC 13 30 06.2 -31 39 49       18.1   ~ 5 0
15 IC 4264 GiC 13 30 17.717 -27 55 42.11   14.98   14.61 14.4 ~ 32 0
16 ESO 444-59 GiC 13 30 29.9 -32 12 18   16.97   16.42   ~ 8 0
17 HIDEEP J1330-3259 HI 13 30 32.0 -32 57 07       14.9   ~ 2 0
18 ESO 444-61 GiC 13 30 33.735 -32 33 03.95   15.60   14.67   ~ 9 0
19 6dFGS gJ133034.7-293422 G 13 30 34.735 -29 34 21.04   16.1   14.6   ~ 4 0
20 NGC 5182 GiG 13 30 41.096 -28 09 00.95   13.22   12.40   ~ 34 0
21 2MASX J13305946-2802259 AGN 13 30 59.4530357796 -28 02 25.643842743   15.0   13.6   ~ 16 0
22 LEDA 99129 GiC 13 31 31.2 -32 06 18       16.9   ~ 4 0
23 2MASX J13313625-3258521 EmG 13 31 36.2407029486 -32 58 51.794536495   15.9   14.4   ~ 14 0
24 ESO 444-66 GiC 13 31 51.2 -31 55 16   15.45   14.78   ~ 10 0
25 IC 4275 EmG 13 31 51.292 -29 43 56.70   14.23 16.6 13.41   ~ 25 0
26 6dFGS gJ133201.9-314154 GiC 13 32 01.878 -31 41 53.24   16.3   15.7   ~ 10 0
27 ESO 509-48 G 13 32 34.003 -27 26 55.83   15.11   13.94   ~ 17 0
28 ESO 444-70 GiC 13 32 46.6802275951 -31 57 59.518505892   15.47   14.15   ~ 19 0
29 6dFGS gJ133248.7-290105 G 13 32 48.7 -29 01 04   16.6   15.57   ~ 6 0
30 LEDA 754001 G 13 33 13.9 -27 30 05       16.3   ~ 4 0
31 ESO 444-71 GiG 13 33 30.187 -32 43 13.93   14.79   14.2 13.8 ~ 26 0
32 IC 4286 GiC 13 33 35.651 -27 37 52.02   15.95   15.16   ~ 7 0
33 HIDEEP J1334-3223 GiC 13 34 04.3 -32 21 42       16.4   ~ 3 0
34 2MASX J13340545-2809314 EmG 13 34 05.453 -28 09 31.41       14.85   ~ 7 0
35 6dFGS gJ133452.7-290008 GiC 13 34 52.74 -29 00 07.8   15.5   15.5 15.3 ~ 8 0
36 IC 4290 G 13 35 19.5805746954 -28 01 18.462769718   14.24   13.51 13.2 ~ 43 0
37 ESO 509-75 GiC 13 35 46.3530213198 -27 29 20.026937534   15.33   14.02   ~ 7 0
38 ESO 444-75 EmG 13 35 47.088 -30 52 35.82   14.31 14.27 13.58   ~ 28 0
39 6dFGS gJ133548.0-280642 GiC 13 35 47.9925441394 -28 06 41.812575816       14.3   ~ 13 0
40 ESO 444-77 GiC 13 35 51.9 -30 25 49   15.26   14.93 14.6 ~ 18 1
41 HIDEEP J1336-2932 HI 13 36 08.0 -29 34 12       17.2   ~ 2 0
42 ESO 444-78 GiC 13 36 30.8 -29 14 03   15.49   14.81 15.0 ~ 76 0
43 IC 4295 GiC 13 36 34.460 -29 05 21.89   15.13   14.54   ~ 18 0
44 2MFGC 10975 GiC 13 36 37.1222463965 -30 29 36.822285882   15.9   14.9   ~ 9 0
45 2MASX J13365755-3143564 G 13 36 57.557 -31 43 56.41       15.4   ~ 5 0
46 6dFGS gJ133658.9-311905 G 13 36 59.0 -31 19 05   16.75   14.6   ~ 8 0
47 M 83 SBG 13 37 00.919 -29 51 56.74 8.85 8.11 7.52 7.21   ~ 2257 2
48 IC 4303 GiC 13 37 18.237 -28 39 28.55   15.27   14.89   ~ 13 0
49 ESO 444-84 GiC 13 37 20.4 -28 02 39 16.04 15.34 15.05 15.05 14.9 ~ 102 1
50 ESO 383-44 EmG 13 37 27.821 -33 00 24.46   14.09 14.65 13.20 13.6 ~ 47 0
51 2MASX J13373854-2907572 HI 13 37 37.2 -29 07 44       15.0   ~ 2 0
52 HIDEEP J1338-3035 HI 13 37 56.0 -30 35 12       17.2   ~ 2 0
53 ESO 444-86 EmG 13 37 57.378 -30 55 54.08   14.47   13.28   ~ 41 0
54 2MASX J13380800-3055062 GiC 13 38 08.0465951237 -30 55 06.159052958   15.9 17 14.8   ~ 12 0
55 ESO 444-87 GiG 13 38 11.9759709870 -31 25 00.900298388   14.13   12.97   ~ 25 1
56 FLASH J133705.07-273432.9 HI 13 38 12.6 -27 33 14       15.9   ~ 2 0
57 ESO 444-88 GiC 13 38 19.6 -31 18 31   16.19   15.89   ~ 11 0
58 ESO 509-86 GiC 13 38 38.3 -27 25 18   16.24   15.19   ~ 7 0
59 ESO 444-90 GiC 13 38 38.892 -30 53 29.78   15.93   15.47   ~ 10 0
60 IC 4309 GiC 13 38 50.0664276498 -29 39 46.071663019   15.47   14.61   ~ 9 0
61 HIDEEP J1339-3022 HI 13 39 08.0 -30 22 10       16.6   ~ 2 0
62 2MASX J13392085-3140397 GiC 13 39 20.8282555072 -31 40 39.270740033   14.7   14.4 14.1 ~ 20 0
63 2MASX J13392227-3131537 GiC 13 39 22.2399761399 -31 31 53.734783123   15.3   14.0   ~ 9 0
64 ESO 445-3 GiC 13 39 32.8583288146 -32 06 15.009494259   15.53   14.92   ~ 9 0
65 NGC 5253 AGN 13 39 55.990 -31 38 24.11 11.48 10.94 10.49 10.33   ~ 1277 4
66 ESO 383-59 G 13 40 02.3 -32 53 48   16.20   15.42   ~ 9 0
67 IC 4316 G 13 40 18.1 -28 53 41   15.02 15.93 14.15   ~ 69 0
68 ESO 445-7 G 13 40 20.9 -31 42 04   16.65   16.5   ~ 29 1
69 ESO 445-10 AGN 13 40 52.0331336075 -28 05 19.544834189   15.30   14.03   ~ 16 0
70 ESO 445-11 EmG 13 41 27.037 -32 00 09.09   14.70   13.81   ~ 14 0
71 6dFGS gJ134131.5-321100 G 13 41 31.4 -32 11 01   16.3   15.4   ~ 5 0
72 6dFGS gJ134136.3-315247 G 13 41 36.244 -31 52 48.13   16.2   15.3   ~ 4 0
73 NGC 5264 GiG 13 41 36.683 -29 54 47.25 13.86 12.96 12.39 12.14   ~ 135 1
74 ESO 445-13 GiG 13 41 43.8199171294 -29 19 59.838090839   15.14   13.60   ~ 18 0
75 2MASX J13415225-3234401 GiC 13 41 52.258 -32 34 40.11   15.8   15.0   ~ 7 0
76 HIDEEP J1342-2859 HI 13 42 05.0 -29 01 21       17.4   ~ 2 0
77 ESO 445-15 GiG 13 42 14.542 -31 02 13.58   14.53 15.8 13.21   ~ 47 0
78 HIDEEP J1342-3021 HI 13 42 21.0 -30 23 14       17.8   ~ 2 0
79 IC 4318 EmG 13 43 22.676 -28 58 04.64   14.58   13.46   ~ 19 0
80 IC 4319 GiG 13 43 26.572 -29 48 12.66   14.35   12.79   ~ 54 0
81 ESO 383-67 GiC 13 43 38.654 -32 55 04.51   15.51   14.36   ~ 30 0
82 2MASX J13433923-2748286 G 13 43 39.240 -27 48 28.67   16.4   15.2   ~ 5 0
83 ESO 445-20 GiC 13 43 49.072 -29 44 39.63   15.74   14.67   ~ 19 1
84 ESO 509-100 G 13 43 51.079 -27 21 42.61   15.13   14.08   ~ 18 0
85 HIDEEP J1344-3202 HI 13 44 04.3 -32 02 12       17.5   ~ 2 0
86 MCG-05-32-072 GiC 13 44 09.430 -28 01 25.29   15   13.8   ~ 13 0
87 2MASX J13443594-2955594 EmG 13 44 35.9231018386 -29 55 59.604317802   15.15   14.2   ~ 16 0
88 ESO 445-23 GiC 13 44 43.6 -30 03 32   15.59   14.88 15.3 ~ 16 0
89 IC 4323 GiC 13 45 06.900 -28 39 04.84   15.91   15.06   ~ 9 0
90 HIDEEP J1345-3104 HI 13 45 12.0 -30 56 52       18.2   ~ 2 0
91 HIDEEP J1345-3041 HI 13 45 20.0 -30 43 21       18.6   ~ 2 0
92 HIDEEP J1345-2908 HI 13 45 30.0 -29 06 47       17.8   ~ 2 0
93 ESO 445-26 GiC 13 46 32.9013 -30 52 44.420   15.07   13.75   ~ 30 0
94 2MASXI J1346477-283858 HI 13 47 03.2 -28 34 59       15.4   ~ 2 0
95 IC 4330 EmG 13 47 14.850 -28 19 54.47   14.75   13.48   ~ 26 1
96 NGC 5291 AGN 13 47 24.459 -30 24 25.03   15.18 14.00 13.57 12.7 ~ 142 1
97 HIDEEP J1347-2735 HI 13 47 37.0 -27 35 22       17.0   ~ 2 0
98 IC 4325 EmG 13 47 39.642 -29 26 03.53   14.76   13.51   ~ 25 0
99 NGC 5292 LIN 13 47 40.089 -30 56 22.52   12.85   11.29   ~ 42 0
100 HIDEEP J1347-2810 HI 13 47 45.0 -28 11 56       17.0   ~ 2 0
101 2MASX J13480284-3047015 GiC 13 48 02.8631096415 -30 47 01.962125521   15.98   14.5   ~ 16 0
102 IC 4326 EmG 13 48 21.5032457729 -29 37 35.136747705   14.46   13.12   ~ 19 0
103 HIDEEP J1348-2856 HI 13 48 38.0 -29 00 22       15.4   ~ 2 0
104 IC 4327 EmG 13 48 43.788 -30 13 03.14   14.61 11.81 13.71 14.2 ~ 29 0
105 HIDEEP J1349-3124 HI 13 49 07.2 -31 25 57       14.4   ~ 3 0
106 ESO 445-48 GiP 13 49 07.412 -28 00 17.25   15.58   14.52   ~ 13 0
107 6dFGS gJ135037.7-321917 G 13 50 37.8 -32 19 17   15.9   15.5   ~ 5 0
108 ESO 445-57 GiC 13 51 08.9 -30 46 49   14.02   12.97 13.6 ~ 23 0
109 ESO 445-58 EmG 13 51 19.6638220781 -31 08 52.426057378   13.88   12.61 13.1 ~ 42 0
110 2MASXI J1351417-301617 HI 13 51 41.9 -30 16 17       15.9   ~ 2 0

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