2012A&A...538A..72B


Query : 2012A&A...538A..72B

2012A&A...538A..72B - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 538A, 72-72 (2012/2-1)

A multiwavelength study of the IRAS Deep Survey galaxy sample. III. Spectral classification and dynamical properties.

BETTONI D., MAZZEI P. and DELLA VALLE A.

Abstract (from CDS):

The infrared deep sample (IDS), in the north ecliptical polar region (NEPR), is the first complete, far-IR selected sample, on which numerous studies of galaxy evolution are based. Such a sample allows direct investigation of the evolution of dusty galaxies up to a redshift of about 0.3, where the global star formation rate is known to evolve very fast. As discussed in previous papers, we performed optical and IR (ISOCAM, 15µm,) follow-up of its galaxies and exploited our IR observations to correct the 60µm fluxes for confusion effects and observational biases. In them we found indications of a significant incompleteness of IDS sample below S(60)≃80mJy. We constructed 15µm and far-IR (60µm) luminosity functions of a complete sample of 56 ISO/IRAS sources. Here we present and analyze the spectral classification of several galaxies in the IDS sample together with rotation curves which allow estimating the lower mass limits of a subsample of objects. We measured fluxes and intensity ratios of the emission lines in the visible region of the spectrum (λ4000-9000Å) for 75 galaxy members. Moreover, for some of them (55%), the spectra obtained with the Keck II telescope have sufficient wavelength and spatial resolution to derive their rotation curve. These galaxies turn out to be disk like systems, with a high fraction (∼50%) of interacting systems. The spectroscopic classification of 42 galaxies, using the emission-line ratio diagnostic diagrams, shows that the NEPR sample is predominantly composed of starburst galaxies (71%), while the fraction of AGNs (7%) and LINERs (21%) is small. The dynamical analysis allows us to estimate the lower mass limits of 39 galaxies. The rest-frame FIR luminosity distribution of these galaxies spans the same range as that of the FIR selected complete sample, i.e. three orders of magnitude, with the same mean value, log(LFIR)=10.2. This emphasizes that such galaxies represent FIR properties of the whole sample well. Moreover, their optical properties are typical of the sample itself since 62% of these belong to the 60µm selected complete sample.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: fundamental parameters

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Number of rows : 97
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 NAME Galactic Center reg 17 45 39.60213 -29 00 22.0000           ~ 13100 0
2 [ACM2000] 3-04 A G 17 48 01.8 +66 56 29           ~ 6 0
3 [DMB2006] 3-04A1 G 17 48 03.72 +66 56 31.0   18.03   16.99   ~ 2 0
4 2MASX J17480380+6656272 G 17 48 03.9561724416 +66 56 27.144212100   19.58   18.10   ~ 2 0
5 [ACM2000] 3-11 A G 17 49 15.21 +67 20 12.8           ~ 6 0
6 IRAS F17493+6626 G 17 49 21.2 +66 25 51     15.8     ~ 8 0
7 [DMB2006] 3-10A2 G 17 49 21.74 +66 25 52.3   18.57   17.30   ~ 2 0
8 2MASX J17492255+6625535 G 17 49 22.5144195864 +66 25 53.605348644   17.27   16.42   ~ 2 0
9 [ACM2000] 3-13 A G 17 49 32.55 +67 26 56.9           ~ 3 0
10 2MASX J17493399+6651225 G 17 49 34.0502856840 +66 51 22.772533716           ~ 7 0
11 [ACM2000] 3-16 A G 17 50 25.01 +67 00 08.7           ~ 6 0
12 [ACM2000] 3-17 A G 17 50 26.69 +66 48 22.7           ~ 4 0
13 2MASX J17503135+6538075 G 17 50 31.4070211896 +65 38 07.670334804   17.91   16.44   ~ 6 0
14 [ACM2000] 3-17 B G 17 50 34.62 +66 48 28.4   19.32   17.66   ~ 6 0
15 [ACM2000] 3-20 B G 17 51 15.95 +67 12 02.4           ~ 4 0
16 [ACM2000] 3-20 A G 17 51 17.97 +67 12 31.7           ~ 4 0
17 [ACM2000] 3-21 A G 17 52 20.76 +66 25 56.1   17.44   16.56   ~ 7 0
18 2MASX J17525375+6530077 G 17 52 53.760 +65 30 07.72   18.25   16.96   ~ 6 0
19 2MASX J17534844+6639204 G 17 53 48.5421297552 +66 39 20.853004500           ~ 7 0
20 2MASX J17543736+6622452 G 17 54 37.368 +66 22 45.22   18.05   16.88   ~ 5 0
21 2MASX J17543887+6623171 G 17 54 38.9677138104 +66 23 17.141703360   18.41   17.09   ~ 5 0
22 2MASX J17544008+6649217 G 17 54 40.086 +66 49 21.75   18.06   16.83   ~ 5 0
23 2MASX J17544603+6648218 G 17 54 45.9656641584 +66 48 21.849934824   17.75   16.22   ~ 7 0
24 [ACM2000] 3-30 A G 17 54 51.18 +67 09 50.2           ~ 4 0
25 [ACM2000] 3-29 A G 17 54 55.75 +66 13 11.2           ~ 7 0
26 2MASX J17551746+6632249 G 17 55 17.461 +66 32 24.94   14.79   13.58   ~ 19 0
27 [ACM2000] 3-36 A G 17 55 45.34 +67 47 53.9   19.59   17.74   ~ 6 0
28 2MASX J17554938+6746556 G 17 55 49.3845531384 +67 46 55.825296564   16.52   14.92   ~ 5 0
29 IRAS F17560+6720 G 17 55 55.12 +67 20 07.7           ~ 7 0
30 2MASX J17555529+6720047 G 17 55 55.2209901936 +67 20 04.832008476     15.7     ~ 3 0
31 2MASX J17560682+6647388 G 17 56 06.8573236800 +66 47 38.744801124   17.78   16.33   ~ 5 0
32 [DMB2006] 3-39A1 G 17 56 07.7 +67 43 48       17.46   ~ 2 0
33 2MASX J17561597+6646518 G 17 56 16.0096118640 +66 46 52.024398960   16.97   15.44   ~ 5 0
34 2MASX J17562643+6723549 G 17 56 26.5632817488 +67 23 54.658164912           ~ 7 0
35 [ACM2000] 3-40 B G 17 56 36.41 +67 24 23.9           ~ 4 0
36 2MASX J17565155+6546048 G 17 56 51.5125674432 +65 46 05.508524676   18.28   16.64   ~ 3 0
37 [DMB2006] 3-44A1 G 17 57 31.6 +67 19 56   21.19       ~ 2 0
38 [DMB2006] 3-44A2 G 17 57 31.6 +67 20 00   21.87       ~ 2 0
39 [ACM2000] 3-44 A IR 17 57 31.89 +67 20 01.1           ~ 3 0
40 2MASX J17573208+6745513 G 17 57 32.080 +67 45 51.39           ~ 7 0
41 2MASX J17581151+6528319 G 17 58 11.5374037416 +65 28 32.313599364   18.48   16.91   ~ 7 0
42 [DMB2006] 3-49A1 G 17 58 16.4 +65 52 36       18.42   ~ 2 0
43 [ACM2000] 3-49 A G 17 58 16.6 +65 52 18           ~ 6 0
44 IRAS F17586+6744 G 17 58 30.6 +67 44 04     19.7     ~ 9 0
45 [DMB2006] 3-53A1 G 17 58 30.7 +67 44 07   20.07       ~ 2 0
46 [ACM2000] 3-51 A G 17 58 38.64 +65 40 31.5       17.43   ~ 6 0
47 2MASS J17584647+6647585 EmG 17 58 46.473 +66 47 58.53       17.20   ~ 7 0
48 2MASX J17584707+6715511 G 17 58 47.0975133936 +67 15 50.903476776   16.11   14.83   ~ 7 0
49 [DMB2006] 3-54A1 G 17 58 50.1 +66 07 15       17.03   ~ 2 0
50 IRAS F17590+6616 G 17 59 05.17 +66 16 07.8           ~ 7 0
51 [DMB2006] 3-57A2 G 17 59 05.52 +66 16 11.7       19.13   ~ 2 0
52 [DMB2006] 3-57A1 G 17 59 05.55 +66 16 04.8       16.69   ~ 2 0
53 2MASX J17590816+6625190 G 17 59 08.1918092376 +66 25 19.126083360       16.49   ~ 8 0
54 [ACM2000] 3-59 A G 17 59 18.64 +66 06 37.5       16.74   ~ 6 0
55 [ACM2000] 3-61 A G 18 00 08.36 +67 27 41.7       14.94   ~ 6 0
56 UGC 11099 G 18 01 07.690 +67 25 33.97   15.0   13.42   ~ 25 0
57 [DMB2006] 3-65A1 G 18 01 27.17 +67 00 55.1   19.35       ~ 2 0
58 [DMB2006] 3-65A2 G 18 01 28.29 +67 00 46.1   20.60       ~ 2 0
59 [ACM2000] 3-65 A G 18 01 28.5 +67 00 36           ~ 6 0
60 [ACM2000] 3-68 A G 18 01 45.36 +67 09 00.6       14.63   ~ 3 0
61 [ACM2000] 3-66 A G 18 01 50.02 +66 59 14.4           ~ 6 0
62 [ACM2000] 3-69 A G 18 02 48.59 +67 00 12.3           ~ 6 0
63 [ACM2000] 3-70 A G 18 03 01.41 +66 23 49.8           ~ 8 0
64 2MASX J18032126+6650429 G 18 03 21.3520886640 +66 50 42.923245020           ~ 7 0
65 [ACM2000] 3-72 A G 18 03 24.77 +67 31 38.1           ~ 3 0
66 UGC 11116 G 18 03 42.0366433488 +67 03 07.585482744   15.3   13.88   ~ 20 0
67 [ACM2000] 3-75 A G 18 04 07.32 +67 29 32.8           ~ 3 0
68 2MASX J18042694+6720481 G 18 04 26.9530124112 +67 20 47.571020844           ~ 7 0
69 [ACM2000] 3-77 A G 18 04 52.78 +65 50 01.9       17.29   ~ 3 0
70 2MASX J18045910+6654462 G 18 04 59.1827998896 +66 54 46.718296668   18.02   16.86   ~ 4 0
71 [DMB2006] 3-78C2 G 18 05 06.7 +67 07 19       19.01   ~ 2 0
72 [DMB2006] 3-78C1 G 18 05 07.9 +67 07 14       19.04   ~ 2 0
73 2MASX J18050814+6708541 G 18 05 08.145 +67 08 54.13       17.35   ~ 4 0
74 [ACM2000] 3-78 C IR 18 05 08.32 +67 07 13.5           ~ 4 0
75 [ACM2000] 3-78 B G 18 05 09.56 +67 07 42.6       17.89   ~ 6 0
76 2MASX J18051745+6654010 G 18 05 17.4343933368 +66 54 00.828370908   16.97   15.30   ~ 6 0
77 [ACM2000] 3-81 A G 18 05 28.22 +65 54 34.8       14.65   ~ 6 0
78 [ACM2000] 3-81 B G 18 05 36.59 +65 54 08.9       16.30   ~ 4 0
79 [DMB2006] 3-83A2 G 18 06 25.66 +66 20 20.1   19.59       ~ 2 0
80 [ACM2000] 3-83 A G 18 06 27.4 +66 20 31           ~ 6 0
81 [DMB2006] 3-83A1 G 18 06 27.58 +66 20 17.4   19.91       ~ 2 0
82 IRAS F18066+6632 G 18 06 38.6 +66 32 36           ~ 8 0
83 LEDA 140811 G 18 06 39.7 +66 32 44   18.84   17.43   ~ 4 0
84 [DMB2006] 3-85A1 G 18 07 18.0 +67 02 05       16.57   ~ 2 0
85 [ACM2000] 3-85 A G 18 07 19.3 +67 02 19           ~ 6 0
86 [ACM2000] 3-86 A G 18 07 39.78 +65 34 15.8           ~ 3 0
87 HS 1809+6612 G 18 09 12.8 +66 12 52   17.28 17.5 16.80   ~ 4 0
88 [DMB2006] 3-89A1 G 18 09 20.53 +67 34 11.5   21.68       ~ 2 0
89 [DMB2006] 3-89A2 G 18 09 21.23 +67 34 10.9   22.97       ~ 2 0
90 [ACM2000] 3-89 A IR 18 09 21.81 +67 34 11.0           ~ 3 0
91 2MASX J18093777+6649548 G 18 09 37.7571963168 +66 49 54.805209744           ~ 7 0
92 [ACM2000] 3-91 A G 18 09 51.87 +67 08 52.4   17.38   16.62   ~ 6 0
93 [ACM2000] 3-92 A G 18 10 24.42 +66 42 56.9       17.43   ~ 4 0
94 [ACM2000] 3-92 C G 18 10 24.87 +66 42 15.4       17.45   ~ 4 0
95 LEDA 61489 G 18 10 34.9 +66 11 19   16.6   16.28   ~ 12 0
96 IRAS F18110+6744 G 18 10 54.05 +67 45 16.6           ~ 8 0
97 NAME NEP Supercluster SCG ~ ~           ~ 10 0

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