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J/A+A/526/A45       WINGS-SPE II catalog                     (Fritz+, 2011)

WINGS-SPE II: A catalog of stellar ages and star formation histories, stellar masses and dust extinction values for local clusters galaxies. Fritz J., Poggianti B.M., Cava A., Valentinuzzi T., Moretti A., Bettoni D., Bressan A., Couch W.J., D'Onofrio M., Dressler A., Fasano G., Kjaergaard P., Moles M., Omizzolo A., Varela J. <Astron. Astrophys. 526, A45 (2011)> =2011A&A...526A..45F
ADC_Keywords: Clusters, galaxy ; Galaxies, photometry ; Magnitudes, absolute ; Photometry, SDSS ; Photometry, UBVRI ; Photometry, infrared Keywords: methods: data analysis - galaxies: clusters - clusters: general - galaxies: fundamental parameters Abstract: The WIde-field Nearby Galaxy clusters Survey (WINGS) is a project whose primary goal is to study the galaxy populations in clusters in the local universe, and of the influence of environment on their stellar populations. This survey has provided the astronomical community with a high quality set of photometric and spectroscopic data for 77 and 48 nearby galaxy clusters, respectively. We present the catalog containing the properties of galaxies observed by the wings spectroscopic survey, which were derived using stellar populations synthesis modelling approach. We also check the consistency of our results with other data in the literature. Using a spectrophotometric model that reproduces the main features of observed spectra by summing the theoretical spectra of simple stellar populations of different ages, we derive the stellar masses, star formation histories, average age and dust attenuation of galaxies in our sample. ∼5300 spectra were analyzed with spectrophotometric techniques, and this allowed to derive the star formation history, stellar masses and ages, and extinction for the wings spectroscopic sample that we present in this paper. The comparison with the total mass values of the same galaxies derived by other authors based on sdss data, confirms the reliability of the adopted methods and data. Description: Total stellar mass, stellar mass as a function of age, luminosity- and mass-weighted ages, and dust extinction values are presented for 5299 galaxies in 48 nearby galaxy clusters. Galaxies in the following clusters have been observed: A1069, A119, A151, A160, A193, A1291, A1631a, A1644, A1795, A1831, A1983, A1991, A2107, A2124, A2169, A2382, A2399, A2415, A2457, A2572a, A2589, A2593, A2622, A2626, A3128, A3158, A3266, A3376, A3395, A3490, A3497, A3556, A3560, A376, A3809, A500, A671, A754, A957x, A970, IIZw108, MKW3s,RX0058, RX1022, RX1740, Z2844, Z8338, and Z8852. Together with the afore mentioned parameters, we also provide model-derived observed and absolute magnitudes in Johnson and SLOAN photometric systems. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file sfhist.dat 1022 5299 Catalog of all of the galaxies parameters
See also: http://web.pd.astro.it/wings/ : the WINGS home page J/A+A/497/667 : WINGS: Deep optical phot. of 77 nearby clusters (Varela+, 2009 J/A+A/501/851 : WINGS JK photometry of 28 galaxy clusters (Valentinuzzi+, 2009) Byte-by-byte Description of file: sfhist.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 5 A5 --- --- [WINGS] 6- 24 A19 --- WINGS WINGS identifier, JHHMMSS.ss+DDMMSS.s (ID) 27- 37 F11.7 deg RAdeg Right Ascension of optical barycenter (J2000) 40- 50 F11.7 deg DEdeg Declination of optical barycenter (J2000) 53- 65 A13 --- File Spectrum file name and aperture number 68- 74 F7.2 Mpc Dist Luminosity distance (H0=70) 77- 84 F8.3 --- fit.05 χ2 of best fit model with Z=0.05 87- 94 F8.3 --- fit.02 χ2 of best fit model with Z=0.02 97-104 F8.3 --- fit.004 χ2 of best fit model with Z=0.004 107-111 F5.3 --- Z Metallicity value of best fit model (0.05, 0.02 or 0.004) 114-120 F7.3 mag AV(ys) V-band extinction [model], young stars 123-129 F7.3 mag e_AV(ys) Uncertainty on V-band extinction [model], young stars 132-138 F7.3 mag AVtot Total V-band extinction [model] 141-147 F7.3 mag e_AVtot Uncertainty on total V-band extinction [model] 150-158 F9.4 Msun/yr SFR1 Star Formation Rate, age bin 1 161-169 F9.4 Msun/yr e_SFR1 Uncertainty on the SFR, age bin 1 172-180 F9.4 Msun/yr SFR2 Star Formation Rate, age bin 2 183-191 F9.4 Msun/yr e_SFR2 Uncertainty on the SFR, age bin 2 194-202 F9.4 Msun/yr SFR3 Star Formation Rate, age bin 3 205-213 F9.4 Msun/yr e_SFR3 Uncertainty on the SFR, age bin 3 216-224 F9.4 Msun/yr SFR4 Star Formation Rate, age bin 4 227-235 F9.4 Msun/yr e_SFR4 Uncertainty on the SFR, age bin 4 238-243 F6.4 --- fM1(1) Fraction of stellar mass def.1, age bin 1 (1) 246-251 F6.4 --- fM2(1) Fraction of stellar mass def.2, age bin 1 (1) 254-259 F6.4 --- fM3(1) Fraction of stellar mass def.3, age bin 1 (1) 262-267 F6.4 --- e_fM(1) Uncertainty on the values of M1 270-275 F6.4 --- fM1(2) Fraction of stellar mass def.1, age bin 2 (1) 278-283 F6.4 --- fM2(2) Fraction of stellar mass def.2, age bin 2 (1) 286-291 F6.4 --- fM3(2) Fraction of stellar mass def.3, age bin 2 (1) 294-299 F6.4 --- e_fM(2) Uncertainty on the values of M2 302-307 F6.4 --- fM1(3) Fraction of stellar mass def.1, age bin 3 (1) 310-315 F6.4 --- fM2(3) Fraction of stellar mass def.2, age bin 3 (1) 318-323 F6.4 --- fM3(3) Fraction of stellar mass def.3, age bin 3 (1) 326-331 F6.4 --- e_fM(3) Uncertainty on the values of M3 334-339 F6.4 --- fM1(4) Fraction of stellar mass def.1, age bin 4 (1) 342-347 F6.4 --- fM2(4) Fraction of stellar mass def.2, age bin 4 (1) 350-355 F6.4 --- fM3(4) Fraction of stellar mass def.3, age bin 4 (1) 358-363 F6.4 --- e_fM(4) Uncertainty on the values of M4 366-372 F7.4 [Msun] M1.F log10 of stellar mass def.1 (fiber) (1) 375-381 F7.4 [Msun] M2.F log10 of stellar mass def.2 (fiber) (1) 384-390 F7.4 [Msun] M3.F log10 of stellar mass def.3 (fiber) (1) 393-399 F7.4 [Msun] e_M.F Uncertainty on the stellar mass (fiber) 402-408 F7.4 [Msun] M1.T log10 of total stellar mass def.1 (1) 411-417 F7.4 [Msun] M2.T log10 of total stellar mass def.2 (1) 420-426 F7.4 [Msun] M3.T log10 of total stellar mass def.3 (1) 429-435 F7.4 [Msun] e_M.T Uncertainty on the stellar mass (total) 438-444 F7.4 [Msun] MBJ.F log10(stellar mass) (fiber) [Bell & DeJong] 447-453 F7.4 [Msun] MBJ.T log10(stellar mass) (total) [Bell & DeJong] 456-462 F7.4 --- Ccol Colour-aperture correction 465-472 F8.5 [yr] Age.Lv log10 of the V-band lum-weighted age 475-482 F8.5 [yr] Age.Lb log10 of the bolometric lum-weighted age 485-492 F8.5 [yr] e_Age.L Uncertainty on the lum-weighted age 495-502 F8.5 [yr] Age.M log10 of the mass-weighted age 505-512 F8.5 [yr] e_Age.M Uncertainty on the mass-weighted age 515-520 F6.3 mag VmagF Observed apparent V-band magnitude (fiber) 523-528 F6.3 mag BmagF Observed apparent B-band magnitude (fiber) 531-536 F6.3 mag VmagT Observed total apparent V-band mag 539-544 F6.3 mag BmagT Observed total apparent B-band mag 547-553 F7.3 mag VMAGF ?=99.990 Absolute V-band magnitude (fiber), observed spectrum 556-562 F7.3 mag BMAGF ?=99.990 Absolute B-band magnitude (fiber), observed spectrum 565-571 F7.3 mag VMAGT ?=99.990 Absolute V-band magnitude (total), observed spectrum 574-580 F7.3 mag BMAGT ?=99.990 Absolute B-band magnitude (total), observed spectrum 583-588 F6.3 mag Umag.F Predicted U-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 591-596 F6.3 mag Bmag.F Predicted B-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 599-604 F6.3 mag Vmag.F Predicted V-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 607-612 F6.3 mag Rmag.F Predicted R-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 615-620 F6.3 mag Imag.F Predicted I-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 623-628 F6.3 mag Jmag.F Predicted J-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 631-636 F6.3 mag Hmag.F Predicted H-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 639-644 F6.3 mag Kmag.F Predicted K-band magnitude (fiber) [model] 647-652 F6.3 mag Umag.T Predicted U-band magnitude (total) [model] 655-660 F6.3 mag Bmag.T Predicted B-band magnitude (total) [model] 663-668 F6.3 mag Vmag.T Predicted V-band magnitude (total) [model] 671-676 F6.3 mag Rmag.T Predicted R-band magnitude (total) [model] 679-684 F6.3 mag Imag.T Predicted I-band magnitude (total) [model] 687-692 F6.3 mag Jmag.T Predicted J-band magnitude (total) [model] 695-700 F6.3 mag Hmag.T Predicted H-band magnitude (total) [model] 703-708 F6.3 mag Kmag.T Predicted K-band magnitude (total) [model] 711-717 F7.3 mag UMAG.F Predicted absolute U-band magnitude (fiber) 720-726 F7.3 mag BMAG.F Predicted absolute B-band magnitude (fiber) 729-735 F7.3 mag VMAG.F Predicted absolute V-band magnitude (fiber) 738-744 F7.3 mag RMAG.F Predicted absolute R-band magnitude (fiber) 747-753 F7.3 mag IMAG.F Predicted absolute I-band magnitude (fiber) 756-762 F7.3 mag JMAG.F Predicted absolute J-band magnitude (fiber) 765-771 F7.3 mag HMAG.F Predicted absolute H-band magnitude (fiber) 774-780 F7.3 mag KMAG.F Predicted absolute K-band magnitude (fiber) 783-789 F7.3 mag UMAG.T Predicted absolute U-band magnitude (total) 792-798 F7.3 mag BMAG.T Predicted absolute B-band magnitude (total) 801-807 F7.3 mag VMAG.T Predicted absolute V-band magnitude (total) 810-816 F7.3 mag RMAG.T Predicted absolute R-band magnitude (total) 819-825 F7.3 mag IMAG.T Predicted absolute I-band magnitude (total) 828-834 F7.3 mag JMAG.T Predicted absolute J-band magnitude (total) 837-843 F7.3 mag HMAG.T Predicted absolute H-band magnitude (total) 846-852 F7.3 mag KMAG.T Predicted absolute K-band magnitude (total) 855-860 F6.3 mag umag.F Predicted u SDSS magnitude (fiber) [model] 863-868 F6.3 mag gmag.F Predicted g SDSS magnitude (fiber) [model] 871-876 F6.3 mag rmag.F Predicted r SDSS magnitude (fiber) [model] 879-884 F6.3 mag imag.F Predicted i SDSS magnitude (fiber) [model] 887-892 F6.3 mag zmag.F Predicted z SDSS magnitude (fiber) [model] 895-900 F6.3 mag umag.T Predicted u SDSS magnitude (total) [model] 903-908 F6.3 mag gmag.T Predicted g SDSS magnitude (total) [model] 911-916 F6.3 mag rmag.T Predicted r SDSS magnitude (total) [model] 919-924 F6.3 mag imag.T Predicted i SDSS magnitude (total) [model] 927-932 F6.3 mag zmag.T Predicted z SDSS magnitude (total) [model] 935-941 F7.3 mag uMAG.F Predicted absolute u SDSS magnitude (fiber) 944-950 F7.3 mag gMAG.F Predicted absolute g SDSS magnitude (fiber) 953-959 F7.3 mag rMAG.F Predicted absolute r SDSS magnitude (fiber) 962-968 F7.3 mag iMAG.F Predicted absolute i SDSS magnitude (fiber) 971-977 F7.3 mag zMAG.F Predicted absolute z SDSS magnitude (fiber) 980-986 F7.3 mag uMAG.T Predicted absolute u SDSS magnitude (total) 989-995 F7.3 mag gMAG.T Predicted absolute g SDSS magnitude (total) 998-1004 F7.3 mag rMAG.T Predicted absolute r SDSS magnitude (total) 1007-1013 F7.3 mag iMAG.T Predicted absolute i SDSS magnitude (total) 1016-1022 F7.3 mag zMAG.T Predicted absolute z SDSS magnitude (total)
Note (1): Definitions of stellar masses: * 1: the initial mass of the Single Stellar Population (SSP), at age zero; this is nothing but the mass of gas turned into stars * 2: the mass locked into stars, both those which are still in the nuclear-burning phase, and remnants such as white dwarfs, neutron stars and stellar black holes * 3: the mass of stars that are still shining, i.e. in a nuclear-burning phase. The age bins are: 1: 0-20Myr; 2: 20-600Myr; 3: 0.6-5.6Gyr; 4: >5.6Gyr
Acknowledgements: Jacopo Fritz, jacopo.fritz(at)ugent.be
(End) Jacopo Fritz [Universiteit Gent], Patricia Vannier [CDS] 25-Oct-2010
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