2007A&A...469..483R


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2007A&A...469..483R - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 469, 483-501 (2007/7-2)

Unravelling the morphologies of luminous compact galaxies using the HST/ACS GOODS survey.

RAWAT A., KEMBHAVI A.K., HAMMER F., FLORES H. and BARWAY S.

Abstract (from CDS):

Luminous Compact Galaxies (LCGs) (MB≤-20, R1/2≤ 4.5kpc and EW0(OII)≥15Å) constitute one of the most rapidly evolving galaxy populations over the last ∼8Gyr history of the universe. Due to their inherently compact sizes, any detailed quantitative analysis of their morphologies has proved to be difficult in the past. Hence, the morphologies and thereby the local counterparts of these enigmatic sources have been hotly debated. Our aim is to use the high angular resolution, deep, multiband HST/ACS imaging data, from the HST/ACS GOODS survey, to study the quantitative morphology of a complete sample of LCGs in the redshift range 0.5≤z≤1.2. We have derived structural parameters for a representative sample of 39 LCGs selected from the GOODS-S HST/ACS field, using full 2-dimensional surface brightness profile fitting of the galaxy images in each of the four filters available. B435W-z850LP color maps are constructed for the sample to aid in the morphological classification. We then use the rest frame B band bulge flux fraction (B/T) to determine the morphological class of galaxies which are well fit by a bulge+disk two dimensional structure. Mergers were essentially identified visually by the presence of multiple maxima of comparable intensity in the rest frame B band images, aided by the color maps to distinguish them from HII regions. We also make use of the Spitzer 24µm source catalog of sources in the CDFS to derive the dust enshrouded star formation rates (SFR) for some of the sample LCGs We derive the following morphological mix for our sample of intermediate redshift LCGs: Mergers: ∼36%, Disk dominated: ∼22%, S0: ∼20%, Early types: ∼7%, Irr/tadpole: ∼15%. We establish that our sample LCGs are intermediate mass objects with stellar mass ranging from 9.44≤Log10(M/M)≤10.96, with a median mass of Log10(M/M)=10.32. We also derive SFR values ranging from a few to ∼65 M/year as expected for this class of objects. We find that LCGs account for ∼26% of the MB≤-20 galaxy population in the redshift range 0.5≤z≤1.2. We estimate a factor ∼11 fall in the comoving number density of blue LCGs from redshifts 0.5≤z≤1.2 to the current epoch, even though this number is subject to large uncertainties given the small sample size at zero redshift available from the literature. The strong redshift evolution exhibited by LCGs, and the fact that a significant fraction of LCGs are in merging systems, seem to indicate that LCGs might be an important phase in the hierarchical evolution of galaxies. We envisage that some of the LCGs that are classified as merging systems, might go on to rebuild their disks and evolve into disk galaxies in the local universe.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: starburst - galaxies: fundamental parameters - galaxies: formation - galaxies: evolution

Nomenclature: Table 1, col(1): [RKH2007] NNNNNN N=39 among (Nos 904260-926217).

Simbad objects: 43

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Number of rows : 43

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 EIS-DEEP CDFS-3 J 1 1027 G 03 32 11.95807 -27 50 33.8593   23.6459   23.665 22.6446 ~ 14 0
2 ZFOURGE CDFS 9345 G 03 32 12.61994 -27 51 05.4749   24.789   27.51 23.6075 ~ 11 0
3 EIS-DEEP CDFS-3 Ks 1 327 G 03 32 12.76728 -27 50 12.8476   23.7425   23.707 22.4985 ~ 16 0
4 GOODS-MUSIC 14566 EmG 03 32 14.683 -27 43 37.10   25.1214   23.658 22.411 ~ 18 0
5 EIS-DEEP CDFS-1 J 1 428 G 03 32 15.356 -27 45 06.92   23.002   23.618 21.740 ~ 23 0
6 ATCDFS J033217.11-274303.9 AGN 03 32 17.139 -27 43 03.32 23.16 23.1032   21.068 20.8398 ~ 74 0
7 ZFOURGE CDFS 3759 G 03 32 17.27614 -27 54 16.4657   23.395   23.698 22.7528 ~ 10 0
8 GOODS-MUSIC 16410 G 03 32 17.678 -27 42 08.86   24.4580   24.570 22.664 ~ 12 0
9 EIS-DEEP CDFS-1 J 1 1069 G 03 32 17.7659 -27 47 14.866   26.3173 23.23 22.345 22.1698 ~ 21 0
10 GOODS J033218.52-275508.3 G 03 32 18.50556 -27 55 08.2139   24.206   22.709 23.1896 ~ 9 0
11 EIS-DEEP CDFS-1 J 1 458 G 03 32 19.319 -27 45 14.05   23.6564 23.013 22.635 21.757 ~ 27 0
12 GOODS-MUSIC 1099 G 03 32 20.7010 -27 55 01.731   29.625 26.710   24.1428 ~ 7 0
13 GOODS-MUSIC 1956 G 03 32 20.85062 -27 54 04.9738   23.7251   23.652 22.9617 ~ 12 0
14 EIS-DEEP CDFS-3 J 1 446 EmG 03 32 21.428 -27 49 01.71   22.8834   22.015 21.7330 ~ 21 0
15 GOODS-MUSIC 1201 QSO 03 32 23.02229 -27 54 52.2335 22.85 22.1711   21.220 20.972 ~ 25 0
16 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 J 1 2144 EmG 03 32 25.19402 -27 51 00.0421 23.98 23.1302   23.101 22.130 ~ 26 0
17 EIS-DEEP CDFS-2 Ks 1 1004 EmG 03 32 25.2602 -27 45 23.968   22.8017   21.731 21.4025 ~ 28 0
18 EIS-DEEP CDFS-1 Ks 1 280 QSO 03 32 25.3505 -27 45 02.831 23.48 23.1538 23.16 22.962 22.7454 ~ 27 0
19 EIS-DEEP CDFS-3 J 1 803 EmG 03 32 26.608 -27 50 01.78   23.5445   22.488 22.0688 ~ 19 0
20 CXOCDFS J033227.7-274145 Sy2 03 32 27.623 -27 41 44.91   24.0498   22.252 21.6131 ~ 52 0
21 NAME Chandra Deep Field-South reg 03 32 28.0 -27 48 30           ~ 1884 1
22 EIS-DEEP CDFS-1 J 1 81 EmG 03 32 28.467 -27 48 26.51   24.3722 23.107 22.527 22.1569 ~ 25 0
23 EIS-DEEP CDFS-2 J 1 407 EmG 03 32 29.70617 -27 45 07.3040 23.92 23.650   23.047 22.4154 ~ 27 0
24 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 H 1 979 EmG 03 32 30.42538 -27 51 40.3513   22.907   22.974 22.5297 ~ 16 0
25 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 J 1 3295 G 03 32 31.4955 -27 52 41.433   24.6682   24.00 23.2300 ~ 12 0
26 GOODS-MUSIC 425 G 03 32 31.95754 -27 55 53.3316   23.963   23.437 22.7954 ~ 11 0
27 Anon J033232-2753 AGN 03 32 32.59548 -27 53 16.7611   24.4875   24.258 23.3174 ~ 15 1
28 SN 2002ga SN* 03 32 32.62 -27 53 16.7           ~ 8 1
29 CXOCDFS J033234.6-275324 EmG 03 32 34.601 -27 53 24.41   23.2887   22.624 22.3291 ~ 24 0
30 CXOCDFS J033236.8-274407 AGN 03 32 36.714 -27 44 06.40   22.732   24.355 20.548 ~ 60 0
31 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 H 1 1113 G 03 32 36.7441 -27 52 06.856   23.6566   22.759 22.3473 ~ 17 0
32 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 J 1 333 Q? 03 32 38.084 -27 52 48.62   24.1894   23.785 23.5043 ~ 19 0
33 NAME Hubble Ultra Deep Field reg 03 32 39.0 -27 47 29           ~ 1379 0
34 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 Ks 1 1092 G 03 32 39.65902 -27 52 26.2092   23.099   23.244 22.6931 ~ 17 0
35 EIS-DEEP CDFS-2 J 1 20 EmG 03 32 41.882 -27 48 53.84   23.1819   22.209 22.0395 ~ 30 0
36 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 Ks 1 1087 EmG 03 32 42.02868 -27 52 26.0101   23.3245   23.326 22.2166 ~ 16 0
37 [RKH2007] 922761 G 03 32 42.0862 -27 51 09.394 23.73 24.0382     23.1704 ~ 13 0
38 EIS-DEEP CDFS-4 H 1 1067 G 03 32 42.7293 -27 51 59.238   24.9571   23.90 23.3303 ~ 17 0
39 CXOCDFS J033244.5-274941 Sy2 03 32 44.4545 -27 49 40.211   25.4428   23.54 23.0180 ~ 49 0
40 EIS-DEEP CDFS-2 Ks 1 937 QSO 03 32 46.5863 -27 45 16.260 23.97 23.5821 23.308 23.21 22.8203 ~ 15 0
41 EIS-DEEP CDFS-2 J 1 801 G 03 32 49.5252 -27 46 29.976   22.8030   21.539 21.4656 ~ 21 0
42 GOODS-MUSIC 4914 G 03 32 49.87831 -27 51 29.0585   23.046   23.775 22.3899 ~ 14 0
43 NAME Hubble Deep Field reg 12 36 49.5 +62 12 58           ~ 1853 1

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