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J/ApJ/668/94        Kinematics across the Hubble sequence             (Ho, 2007)

Bulge and halo kinematics across the Hubble sequence. Ho L.C. <Astrophys. J., 668, 94-109 (2007)> =2007ApJ...668...94H
ADC_Keywords: Galaxy catalogs ; H I data ; Velocity dispersion ; Morphology Keywords: galaxies: bulges - galaxies: ISM - galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: nuclei Abstract: The correlation between the maximum rotational velocity of the disk (vm) and the central stellar velocity dispersion of the bulge (sigma0) offers insights into the relationship between the halo and the bulge. We have assembled integrated HI line widths and central stellar velocity dispersions to study the vm-sigma0 relation for 792 galaxies spanning a broad range of Hubble types. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1.dat 67 792 The sample of galaxies table2.dat 62 792 Kinematical data refs.dat 86 125 References
See also: VII/62 : Morphological Cat. of Gal. (MCG) (Vorontsov-Velyaminov+, 1962-1974) VII/26 : Uppsala General Catalogue of Galaxies (UGC) (Nilson 1973) VII/155 : Third Reference Cat. of Bright Galaxies (RC3) (de Vaucouleurs+ 1991) VII/237 : HYPERLEDA. I. Catalog of galaxies (Paturel+, 2003) VII/238 : HYPERLEDA. II. Homogenized HI data (Paturel+, 2003) Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 A11 --- Name Galaxy name 13- 16 F4.1 --- T Hyperleda morphology type index 18 A1 --- Bar? Presence of a bar from Hyperleda? 20- 23 F4.2 --- C59 ? The i band concentration index (1) 25- 28 F4.2 --- b/a ? Semi-minor to semi-major diameter ratio (2) 30 I1 --- r_b/a ? Reference for b/a (3) 32- 35 F4.1 deg Inc ? Inclination angle (4) 37- 41 I5 km/s Vel ? Hyperleda heliocentric velocity 43- 47 F5.1 Mpc Dist ? Luminosity distance (5) 49- 54 F6.2 mag BMAG ? Hyperleda total absolute B band magnitude (6) 56- 61 F6.2 mag KMAG ? Total absolute 2MASS K_s_ band magnitude (7) 63- 67 F5.2 [solMass] logM ? Log of Hyperleda H I mass (8)
Note (1): Defined as C59=5log(rP90/rP50), where rP90 and rP50 are the Petrosian radii enclosing 90% and 50% of the light, respectively. Note (2): Isophotal diameters measured at a surface brightness of µB=25mag/arcsec2. Note (3): Reference for b/a as follows: 1 = RC3, Cat. VII/155 2 = UGC, Nilsen (1973, Cat. VII/26) 3 = Paturel et al. (2000A&AS..146...19P) 4 = Freudling et al. (1992ApJS...79..157F) 5 = Vorontsov-Velyaminov et al. (1963, Cat. VII/62) 6 = MacGillivray et al. (1988, in Astronomy from Large Databases: Scientific Objectives and Methodological Approaches (Garching: European Southern Observatory), 389) 7 = Haynes et al. (1997, Cat. J/AJ/113/1197) 8 = Hyperleda, (Cat. VII/237, VII/238) 9 = Binggeli et al. (1985, cat. J/AJ/90/1681) Note (4): Calculated from b/a, as described in the text. Note (5): Derived assuming a Local Group infall velocity of 208km/s toward the Virgo cluster and a Hubble constant of H0=70km/s/Mpc. Additional data come from Rizzi et al. (2006ApJ...638..766R, NGC 300), Lee et al. (2002ApJ...565..959L, NGC 598), Thim et al. (2004AJ....127.2322T, NGC 4395), and Karachentsev et al. (2003A&A...404...93K, NGC 7793). Note (6): Corrected for Galactic and internal extinction, using the inc and the formalism of Bottinelli et al. (1995A&A...296...64B). Note (7): Not been corrected for Galactic or internal extinction. Note (8): Calculated using the following prescription from the RC3, log(MHI/MSun)=-0.4m21+log(1+z)+2log(Dist/Mpc)+12.3364, where m21 is the HI "flux" and z is the redshift.
Byte-by-byte Description of file: table2.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 11 A11 --- Name Galaxy name 13- 14 A2 --- Sample Sample number (5) 16- 20 F5.1 km/s sig0 Central stellar velocity dispersion 22- 25 F4.1 km/s e_sig0 Error in sigma 27- 31 F5.1 km/s W20 ? HI profile width at 20% of peak maximum 33- 37 F5.1 km/s W50 ? HI profile width at 50% of peak maximum 39- 43 F5.1 km/s Vm Maximum rotation velocity (1) 45- 48 F4.1 km/s e_Vm Error in VrotMax (2) 50- 53 F4.1 arcmin Rad ? Radius searched for interlopers/confusing sources 55- 56 I2 --- Tel ? Telescope used to obtain HI data (3) 58- 60 I3 --- Ref ? Reference for the HI data, in refs.dat file 62 I1 --- Note ? Additional note (4)
Note (1): Corrected for instrumental resolution, interstellar turbulence, (1+z) cosmological stretching, and inclination angle. We obtained MaxVel from either W20 or W50 using the calibration given in Paturel et al. 2003b; when both W20 and W50 are available, MaxVel is the average of the two derived values. Note (2): Assumed to be approximated by the error on the homogenized value of the rotation velocity given in Hyperleda. Note (3): Telescope code as follows: 1 = Nancay 2 = Westerbork Sythesis Radio Telescope 3 = NRAO Green Bank 140 foot 5 = Jodrell Bank 76m 7 = NRAO Green Bank 300 foot 8 = Effelsberg 100m 9 = Arecibo 10 = Parkes 64m 14 = Jodrell Bank 125 foot * 85 foot 15 = Very Large Array Note (4): Additional notes as follows: 1 = Faint galaxy in the beam, but unlikely to be a source of confusion 2 = Significant galaxy in the beam, but not a source of confusion according to interferometric data Note (5): Sampled numbered as follows (see section 2 of paper): 1 = Primary source of data, with homogenized data from Hyperleda 2 = Galaxies with usable HI data but no velocity dispersion 3 = Extremely late-type spirals 4 = Sample from Courteau et al. (2007ApJ...655L..21C), subdivided in 4a, 4b and 4c depending on the origin of velocity dispersions and maximum rotation velocity
Byte-by-byte Description of file: refs.dat
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
1- 3 I3 --- Ref Reference code 5- 23 A19 --- BibCode BibCode 25- 50 A26 --- Aut Author's name 52- 86 A35 --- Com Comments
History: From electronic version of the journal
(End) Greg Schwarz [AAS], Patricia Vannier [CDS] 04-Dec-2009
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