2005MNRAS.364.1253V


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2005MNRAS.364.1253V - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 364, 1253-1285 (2005/December-3)

The SCUBA Local Universe Galaxy Survey - III. Dust along the Hubble sequence.

VLAHAKIS C., DUNNE L. and EALES S.

Abstract (from CDS):

We present new results from the Submillimetre Common-User Bolometer Array (SCUBA) Local Universe Galaxy Survey (SLUGS), the first large systematic submillimetre (submm) survey of the local Universe. Since our initial survey of a sample of 104 IRAS-selected galaxies we have now completed a survey of a sample of 81 optically selected galaxies, observed with the SCUBA camera on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope. Since SCUBA is sensitive to the 90 per cent of dust too cold to radiate significantly in the IRAS bands our new sample represents the first unbiased SCUBA survey of dust in galaxies along the whole length of the Hubble sequence.

We find little change in the properties of dust in galaxies along the Hubble sequence, except a marginally significant trend for early-type galaxies to be less-luminous submm sources than late types. We nevertheless detected six out of 11 elliptical galaxies, although some of the emission may possibly be synchrotron rather than dust emission. As in our earlier work on IRAS galaxies we find that the IRAS and submm fluxes are well fitted by a two-component dust model with dust emissivity index β= 2. The major difference from our earlier work is that we find the ratio of the mass of cold dust to the mass of warm dust is much higher for our optically selected galaxies and can reach values of ∼1000. Comparison of the results for the IRAS and optically selected samples shows that there is a population of galaxies containing a large proportion of cold dust that is unrepresented in the IRAS sample.

We derive local submm luminosity and dust mass functions, both directly from our optically selected SLUGS sample, and by extrapolation from the IRAS Point Source Catalogue Redshift Survey (PSCz) survey using the method of Serjeant and Harrison (by extrapolating the spectral energy distributions of the IRAS PSCz survey galaxies out to 850µm we probe a wider range of luminosities than probed directly by the SLUGS samples), and find excellent agreement between the two. We find them to be well fitted by Schechter functions except at the highest luminosities. We find that as a consequence of the omission of cold galaxies from the IRAS sample the luminosity function presented in our earlier work is too low by a factor of 2, reducing the amount of cosmic evolution required between the low-z and high-z Universe.


Abstract Copyright: 2005 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2005 RAS

Journal keyword(s): surveys - dust, extinction - galaxies: ISM - galaxies: luminosity function, mass function - infrared: galaxies - submillimetre

Simbad objects: 93

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Number of rows : 93

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 UGC 148 G 00 15 51.274 +16 05 23.29   14.0       ~ 73 0
2 NGC 99 G 00 23 59.422 +15 46 13.04 13.78 13.99 13.65     ~ 54 1
3 UGC 615 Sy2 00 59 40.1145001077 +15 19 51.522544097   14.2       ~ 46 0
4 NGC 786 GiG 02 01 24.7179214062 +15 38 47.334201059   14.3       ~ 30 0
5 NGC 803 G 02 03 44.701 +16 01 51.46   13.5       ~ 76 0
6 V* HL Tau Or* 04 31 38.471952 +18 13 58.08504   15.89 14.49 14.39   K5 1254 0
7 IRAS 04287+1807 mul 04 31 38.8 +18 13 57           ~ 796 0
8 RAFGL 618 pA* 04 42 53.6245215366 +36 06 53.397219192   16.32   12.59   C-rich 966 0
9 UGC 5129 LIN 09 37 57.9966704316 +25 29 41.284080412   14.3       ~ 52 0
10 NGC 2954 LIN 09 40 24.088 +14 55 21.45   13.50       ~ 63 0
11 Mrk 712 H2G 09 56 42.4725252116 +15 38 11.366067791   14.3       ~ 59 0
12 UGC 5477 GiG 10 09 12.451 +15 00 18.82   14.5       ~ 26 0
13 NGC 3209 GiG 10 20 38.4175963277 +25 30 18.235272542   13.9       ~ 41 0
14 NGC 3270 LIN 10 31 29.996 +24 52 09.51   14.10       ~ 77 0
15 NGC 3323 EmG 10 39 39.0297752907 +25 19 22.179131054   14.3       ~ 49 0
16 M 66 GiP 11 20 15.026 +12 59 28.64 9.85 9.65 8.92     ~ 1203 4
17 NGC 3689 rG 11 28 11.0177858594 +25 39 40.108091279   12.9       ~ 67 0
18 UGC 6496 H2G 11 29 51.4102004545 +24 56 15.473440102   14.5       ~ 12 0
19 NVSS J113701+153417 rG 11 37 01.871 +15 34 14.09   14.5       ~ 55 0
20 NGC 3799 LIN 11 40 09.3865107582 +15 19 38.397936289   14.4       ~ 68 0
21 NGC 3800 GiG 11 40 13.517 +15 20 32.49   13.1       ~ 90 0
22 NGC 3812 GiG 11 41 07.683 +24 49 18.06   13.9       ~ 45 0
23 NGC 3815 GiG 11 41 39.309 +24 48 01.90   14.2       ~ 69 0
24 NGC 3920 rG 11 50 05.929 +24 55 12.38   14.1       ~ 43 0
25 NGC 3987 AGN 11 57 20.907 +25 11 43.63   14.4       ~ 105 0
26 NGC 3993 EmG 11 57 37.837 +25 14 26.17   14.8       ~ 50 0
27 NGC 3997 EmG 11 57 48.226 +25 16 14.21   14.3       ~ 84 1
28 NGC 4000 EmG 11 57 57.010 +25 08 39.64   15.2       ~ 33 0
29 IRAS F11554+2524 IR 11 57 59.1 +25 08 33           ~ 4 0
30 NGC 4005 LIN 11 58 10.1631291966 +25 07 20.010844047   14.1       ~ 53 0
31 NGC 4015 IG 11 58 42.642 +25 02 12.35   14.2       ~ 59 0
32 UGC 7115 LIN 12 08 05.551 +25 14 14.26   14.4       ~ 78 0
33 UGC 7157 GiG 12 10 14.6664753323 +25 18 32.136155137   14.5       ~ 27 0
34 IC 797 GiG 12 31 54.752 +15 07 26.11   13.9       ~ 129 0
35 IC 800 LSB 12 33 56.715 +15 21 16.35   14.3       ~ 125 0
36 NGC 4712 EmG 12 49 34.212 +25 28 11.72   13.5       ~ 78 0
37 UGC 8452 G 13 27 09.9576488005 +15 05 41.532509537   14.1       ~ 24 0
38 NVSS J135431+150239 rG 13 54 31.154 +15 02 38.84   14.1       ~ 62 0
39 UGC 8872 G 13 57 18.907 +15 27 29.80   14.5       ~ 28 0
40 UGC 8883 G 13 58 04.695 +15 18 53.17   14.3       ~ 25 0
41 NVSS J135902+153354 rG 13 59 02.750 +15 33 56.15   14.5       ~ 35 0
42 IC 979 LIN 14 09 32.3664353130 +14 49 54.599419301   14.5       ~ 21 0
43 UGC 9110 LIN 14 14 13.3919215093 +15 37 20.623430445   14.0       ~ 39 0
44 2MASX J14142733+1536422 GiP 14 14 27.330 +15 36 42.21   15.3       ~ 21 0
45 NGC 5522 AGN 14 14 50.369 +15 08 48.08   14.1       ~ 56 0
46 NGC 5953 GiP 15 34 32.402 +15 11 37.80   13.23 12.45     ~ 345 1
47 NGC 5954 GiP 15 34 35.175 +15 11 53.67   13.7       ~ 159 0
48 NGC 5980 GiG 15 41 30.4161604675 +15 47 15.735323846   13.3       ~ 78 0
49 IC 1174 LIN 16 05 26.8257970828 +15 01 31.205983916   14.5       ~ 28 0
50 Mrk 1104 SBG 16 05 45.912 +41 20 41.10   13.6       ~ 58 0
51 NVSS J160640+300558 rG 16 06 40.182 +30 05 56.65   14.4       ~ 100 0
52 NGC 6090 PaG 16 11 40.3 +52 27 21   14.0       ~ 402 2
53 NGC 6103 rG 16 15 44.618 +31 57 50.22   14.4       ~ 35 0
54 NGC 6104 Sy1 16 16 30.6749775288 +35 42 28.959111583   18.17 17.35     ~ 118 0
55 IC 1211 G 16 16 51.9758469840 +53 00 21.700670750   13.80       ~ 54 0
56 NVSS J161730+460530 rG 16 17 30.586 +46 05 30.41   14.5       ~ 34 0
57 2MASX J16173642+4604552 GiP 16 17 36.3862084889 +46 04 55.142562093   14.50       ~ 12 0
58 NGC 6125 G 16 19 11.554 +57 59 02.80   13.0       ~ 88 0
59 NGC 6120 rG 16 19 48.1164627156 +37 46 27.683323532   14.3       ~ 56 0
60 NGC 6126 GiG 16 21 27.9261844363 +36 22 35.799783528   14.5       ~ 29 0
61 NGC 6131 GiC 16 21 52.2339152646 +38 55 56.859718936   14.2       ~ 42 0
62 NGC 6137 BiC 16 23 03.087 +37 55 20.49   14.1       ~ 124 1
63 7C 162329.50+410025.00 Bla 16 25 10.3250969082 +40 53 34.338966990   13.8       ~ 119 1
64 NGC 6154 LIN 16 25 30.498 +49 50 24.47   13.60       ~ 65 1
65 NGC 6155 EmG 16 26 08.3334871725 +48 22 00.416360731   13.20       ~ 92 1
66 UGC 10407 GiG 16 28 27.9409301315 +41 13 03.095198198   14.3       ~ 44 0
67 ACO 2199 ClG 16 28 37.0 +39 31 28           ~ 1120 1
68 3C 338.0 QSO 16 28 38.2447110 +39 33 04.233634   12.78 11.78     ~ 716 5
69 NGC 6173 LIN 16 29 44.917 +40 48 41.80   14.0       ~ 148 0
70 NGC 6189 G 16 31 40.93 +59 37 35.0   13.3       ~ 24 0
71 NGC 6190 GiC 16 32 06.6991550244 +58 26 20.359682778   13.2       ~ 33 0
72 NGC 6185 GiC 16 33 17.8332909793 +35 20 32.439097727   14.5       ~ 35 1
73 UGC 10486 GiC 16 37 34.3441169347 +50 20 43.939412677   13.9       ~ 27 0
74 NGC 6196 GiG 16 37 53.922 +36 04 22.99   14.2       ~ 43 0
75 UGC 10500 GiG 16 38 59.3206955273 +57 43 26.696842681   14.1       ~ 26 0
76 IC 5090 EmG 21 11 30.469 -02 01 57.29   14.5       ~ 42 0
77 IC 1368 Sy2 21 14 12.590 +02 10 40.69   14.3       ~ 53 1
78 NGC 7047 LIN 21 16 27.643 -00 49 35.30   14.3       ~ 61 0
79 NGC 7081 G 21 31 24.1025913545 +02 29 28.802627445   13.7       ~ 41 0
80 NGC 7280 GiP 22 26 27.5777963451 +16 08 53.429262697   13.6       ~ 149 0
81 NGC 7442 G 22 59 26.5443927353 +15 32 54.020740903   14.2       ~ 28 0
82 NGC 7448 IG 23 00 03.589 +15 58 49.31   12.0       ~ 216 0
83 NGC 7461 G 23 01 48.3321196310 +15 34 57.269194392   14.5       ~ 36 0
84 NGC 7463 GiP 23 01 51.980 +15 58 54.65   13.5       ~ 100 0
85 NGC 7464 GiP 23 01 53.716 +15 58 25.65   14.5       ~ 73 0
86 NGC 7465 GiP 23 02 00.952 +15 57 53.55   13.3       ~ 269 0
87 UGC 12376 G 23 07 21.0593067170 +15 51 10.665152873   14.0       ~ 19 0
88 UGC 12419 G 23 12 43.3994351257 +15 54 11.917115852   14.0       ~ 15 0
89 UGC 12519 GiG 23 20 02.747 +15 57 09.74   14.3       ~ 62 0
90 NGC 7653 LIN 23 24 49.355 +15 16 32.14   12.06 11.91     ~ 84 1
91 NGC 7691 EmG 23 32 24.412 +15 50 52.03   14.2       ~ 72 0
92 NGC 7711 GiG 23 35 39.404 +15 18 07.74   14.0       ~ 66 0
93 NGC 7722 LIN 23 38 41.202 +15 57 16.64   13.7       ~ 76 0

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