J/MNRAS/361/109 Distant cluster galaxies Tully-Fisher relation (Bamford+, 2005)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/MNRAS/361/109 Distant cluster galaxies Tully-Fisher relation (Bamford+, 2005) ================================================================================ The Tully-Fisher relation of distant cluster galaxies. Bamford S.P., Milvang-Jensen B., Aragon-Salamanca A., Simard L. <Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 361, 109-127 (2005)> =2005MNRAS.361..109B ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Clusters, galaxy ; Redshifts ; Rotational velocities ; Morphology Keywords: galaxies: clusters: general - galaxies: evolution - galaxies: interactions - galaxies: kinematics and dynamics - galaxies: spiral Abstract: We have measured maximum rotation velocities (Vrot) for a sample of 111 emission-line galaxies with 0.1 <z <1, observed in the fields of six clusters. From these data we construct 'matched' samples of 58 field and 22 cluster galaxies, covering similar ranges in redshift (0.25<=z<=1.0) and luminosity (M_B_<=-19.5mag), and selected in a homogeneous manner. Description: The photometry used in this study is primarily from the HST archive and our own FORS2 R-band imaging. These are supplemented with additional reduced and zero-point calibrated ground-based data, kindly provided by Dr. Ian Smail, in order to provide colour information. The multislit spectroscopy for this study was observed using the MXU mode of FORS2 on the VLT.

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