Galaxy Scaling Relations: Origins, Evolution and Applications : Proceedings of the ESO Workshop Held at Garching, Germany, 18–20 November 1996

This book is part of the ESO conference series meant to survey the current status of different areas of astronomical research and explore science opportunities with the European Very Large Telescope (VLT). The research presented focuses on the origins, evolution and applications of galaxy scaling re...

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Other Authors: DaCosta, Luiz N. (Editor), Renzini, Alvio (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1997, 1997
Edition:1st ed. 1997
Series:ESO Astrophysics Symposia, European Southern Observatory
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505 0 |a An Interim Report on the HST Key Project -- The Fundamental Plane at z = 0.18 -- Measuring the Evolution of the Mass-to-Light Ratio from z = 0 to z = 0.6 from the Fundamental Plane -- The Near-Infrared Fundamental Plane of Elliptical Galaxies and Its Evolution -- Surface Brightness Evolution of Cluster and Field Galaxies -- The Mg-? Relation of Elliptical Galaxies at Various Redshifts -- Properties of High Redshift Cluster Ellipticals -- The Nature of Compact Galaxies at z ~ 0.2 – 1.3: Implications for Galaxy Evolution and the Star Formation History of the Universe -- The 3CR Radio Galaxies at z ~ 1: Old Stellar Populations in Central Cluster Galaxies -- 3. Applications --  
505 0 |a the Gradients -- The Fundamental Plane at z = 0.3 — 0.6 -- Author Index 
505 0 |a A Numerical Simulator’s Perspective -- A Universal IMF: Tilt of the Fundamental Plane -- The Physical Origin of the Fundamental Plane (of Elliptical Galaxies) -- The Role of Photoionization During Galaxy Formation -- Semianalytic Modelling of Galaxy Evolution -- Dark Halo Scaling from Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing -- Constraining the Mass Distribution of Cluster Galaxies by Weak Lensing -- Galaxy-Galaxy Lensing in the Hubble Deep Field: The Halo Tully-Fisher Relation at High Redshift -- 2. Evolution -- The Fundamental-Plane and Tully-Fisher Relations Viewed in ?-Space -- Photometric Scaling Relations of Dwarf Galaxies -- The Scaling Laws of Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies -- Bimodality of Freeman’s Law -- On the Phenomenology of Disk Galaxies -- Origin of the Colour-Magnitude Relation of Elliptical Galaxies --  
505 0 |a Monte Carlo Testing of the Fundamental Plane Distance Estimator -- 4. Posters -- Quantitative Morphology and Color Gradients of E+A Galaxies in Distant Galaxy Clusters -- Comparing the Mark III and Abell/ACO Density and Velocity Fields -- Impact of SNIa on SED of High Redshift Galaxies -- Where Does the ‘Tilt’ Come From? -- The Fundamental Plane of Ellipticals: The Role of Nonhomology -- The Fundamental Plane of Galaxy Clusters -- Anomalous Scaling Laws in Lyman-? Clouds -- The I-Band Tully-Fisher Relation at Intermediate Redshifts -- The Kormendy Relation for 3 Abell Clusters -- On the Upper Limit of Surface Brightness of Starburst Galaxies -- The Fundamental Plane in the Leo-I Group and an Estimate of H0 -- The Fundamental Plane and the Choice of Photometric Parameters --  
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653 |a Astronomy, Observations and Techniques 
653 |a Observations, Astronomical 
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653 |a Astrophysics 
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520 |a This book is part of the ESO conference series meant to survey the current status of different areas of astronomical research and explore science opportunities with the European Very Large Telescope (VLT). The research presented focuses on the origins, evolution and applications of galaxy scaling relations. Reviews of the properties and scaling relations of local galaxies and several reports of recent results from observations of high redshift galaxies using the Hubble Space Telescope and the Keck Telescope are also included. Current theoretical efforts to explain the origin of the observed scaling relations and the contraints imposed by the new data, as well as the use of galaxy--galaxy lensing to probe the scaling properties of dark matter halos are investigated. The book includes contributions that consider the use of the scaling relations to measure distance of galaxies and map the peculiar velocity field of galaxies in the nearby universe, as well as the constraints imposed on cosmological models from the analysis of cosmic flows