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J/other/AstBu/69.247 Lynx-Cancer void galaxies photometry (Perepelitsyna+, 2014)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/other/AstBu/69.247 Galaxies in Lynx-Cancer void (Perepelitsyna+, 2014) ================================================================================ Study of galaxies in the Lynx-Cancer void. IV. Photometrical properties. Perepelitsyna Y.A., Pustilnik S.A., Kniazev A.Y. <Astrophys. Bull., 69.247 (2014)> =2014AstBu..69..247P ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Galaxies, photometry ; Fundamental catalog ; Photometry, ugriz Keywords: galaxies: photometry - galaxies: fundamental parameters - galaxies: evolution - Abstract: In this work we present the results of photometrical study of 85 objects from the updated sample of galaxies residing in the nearby Lynx-Cancer void. The images in filters u,g,r,i from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey database are used for photometry. The following model-independent parameters are obtained: integrated magnitudes and colours, effective radii and the respective surface brightnesses, optical and Holmberg radii. On results of the radial surface brightness profile analysis, their central values and scalelengths of model discs are derived. The colours of the outer parts of void galaxies are examined and compared to those of the model evolutionary tracks of the PEGASE2 package. This allowed to obtain estimates of the time since the epoch of star formation T_SF_. Among the latter group, the low-luminosity objects with M_B_>-13.2 dominate. The derived integrated absolute magnitudes and colours are used for galaxy stellar mass estimates. All available data on integrated galaxy HI fluxes are used to derive their parameter M(HI)/L_B_ and to estimate their gas mass-fraction. The small  10% subgroup of the most gas-rich galaxies, with M(HI)/L_B_>2.5, shows gas mass-fractions reaching (94-99)%. Many of these objects also show atypically blue colours of their outer parts. To check possible statistical differences of void galaxy properties and galaxy samples formed with more general criteria, we compared the void sample galaxy parameters with those of 195 galaxies from the Equatorial Survey (ES), formed as a part of the blind HI survey HIPASS. In the common luminosity range (-18.5<M_g_<-13.5) the compared samples show similarity. The lowest luminosity void galaxies differ from the main ES sample. However, there are also  7% faint so called 'inchoate' galaxies among ES sample with the elevated parameter M(HI)/L_B_, majority of which are situated far from massive neighbours and are probably the analogs of void galaxies. Description: We present the results of photometrical study of 85 objects from the updated sample of galaxies residing in the nearby Lynx-Cancer void.

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