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VII/266             Atlas of Virgo galaxies                (McDonald+ 2011)
The following files can be converted to FITS (extension .fit or fit.gz)
	vcc.dat bdd*.dat prof_[griz]/* prof_h/*
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Query from: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR?-source=VII/266
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Beginning of ReadMe : VII/266 Atlas of Virgo galaxies (McDonald+ 2011) ================================================================================ A multi-wavelength atlas for structural and stellar-populations studies of Virgo galaxies McDonald M., Courteau S., Tully R.B., Roediger J. <Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 414, 2055 (2011)> =2011MNRAS.414.2055M ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Galaxies, photometry ; Photometry, surface Keywords: surveys ; galaxies: clusters: individual: Virgo ; galaxies: fundamental parameters ; galaxies: general ; galaxies: photometry ; galaxies: structure Description: This database contains surface brightness profiles in the optical g, r, i, z bands and near-IR H-band for 286 Virgo cluster galaxies. This morphologically-complete sample spans a huge range in galaxy size, luminosity, surface brightness and stellar populations. These data have been used to study the luminosity and surface brightness distribution of Virgo cluster galaxies, in McDonald et al. (2009MNRAS.394.2022M). We find compelling evidence for bimodal populations in surface brightness, with both early- and late-type galaxies having a dearth of intermediate surface brightness galaxies. Most convincing is our confirmation of the result by Tully and Verheijen that the surface brightness of galaxy disks are strongly bimodal (1997ApJ...484..145T) The near-IR H-band data have been obtained from a variety of telescopes. We downloaded archival images for 31/286 and 84/286 bright galaxies from the 2MASS and GOLDMine online databases, respectively. The remaining 171 galaxies have new observations from the UH 2.2-m (130/286), CFHT (20/286) and UKIRT (21/286) telescopes. These data were all reduced in a homogeneous way, as outlined in our data paper. The optical g, r, i, z data were all obtained from the SDSS archives. Surface brightness profiles were extracted homogeneously from the optical and near-IR data following similar procedures, as outlined in our paper (2011MNRAS.414.2055M) The parametric and non-parametric parameters from bulge-disk decompositions of 285 optical griz and near-IR H-band surface brightness (SB) profiles are given in the bdd_* files in this directory. The profiles are stored in the "prof_g", "prof_r", "prof_i", "prof_z" and "prof_h" subdirectories, one for each color.

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