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2019MNRAS.489.4669S - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 489, 4669-4678 (2019/November-2)

UGC 1378 - a Milky Way sized galaxy embedded in a giant low surface brightness disc.

SABUROVA A.S., CHILINGARIAN I.V., KASPAROVA A.V., KATKOV I.Y., FABRICANT D.G. and UKLEIN R.I.

Abstract (from CDS):

The dominant physical processes responsible for the formation and longevity of giant gaseous and stellar discs in galaxies remain controversial. Although they are rare (less than 10 confirmed as of now), giant low-surface brightness (gLSB) discy galaxies provide interesting insights given their extreme nature. We describe observations of UGC 1378 including deep spectroscopy with the Russian 6-m telescope and multiband imaging with Binospec at the MMT. Galaxy UGC 1378 has both high surface brightness and an extended low surface brightness discs. Our stellar velocity dispersion data for the high surface brightness, Milky Way sized, disc appears inconsistent with a recent major merger, a widely discussed formation scenario for the very extended low surface brightness disc. We estimate the star formation rates (SFRs) from archival Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer data. The SFR surface density in the LSB disc is low relative to its gas density, consistent with recent gas accretion. We argue that the unusually large size of UGC 1378's disc may be the product of a rich gas reservoir (e.g. a cosmic filament) and an isolated environment that has preserved the giant disc.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): galaxies: evolution - galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: photometry - galaxies: spiral - galaxies: star formation - galaxies: structure

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