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Massive stars and the energy balance of the ISM: I. The imapct of an isolated 60 M star
We present results of numerical simulations carried out with a two-dimensional radiation hydrodynamics code in order to study the impact of massive stars on their surrounding interstellar medium.Expand
The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey
The Gaia-ESO Public Spectroscopic Survey has begun and will obtain high quality spectroscopy of some 100000 Milky Way stars, in the field and in open clusters, down to magnitude 19, systematically ...
Massive Stars and the Energy Balance of the Interstellar Medium. II. The 35 M☉ Star and a Solution to the “Missing Wind Problem”
We continue our numerical analysis of the morphological and energetic influence of massive stars on their ambient interstellar medium for a 35 M☉ star that evolves from the main-sequence through redExpand
Ram pressure stripping of disk galaxies. From high to low density environments
Galaxies in clusters and groups moving through the intracluster or intragroup medium (abbreviated ICM for both) are expected to lose at least a part of their interstellar medium (ISM) by the ramExpand
Effects of episodic gas infall on the chemical abundances in galaxies
The chemical evolution of galaxies that undergo an episode of massive and rapid accretion of metal-poor gas is in- vestigated with models using both simplified and detailed nucleosynthesis recipes.Expand
Chemical enrichment and star formation in the Milky Way disk - III. Chemodynamical constraints
In this paper, we investigate some chemokinematical properties of the Milky Way disk, by using a sample composed by 424 late-type dwarfs. We show that the velocity dispersion of a stellar groupExpand
Modeling the Evolution of Disk Galaxies. I. The Chemodynamical Method and the Galaxy Model
Here we present our two-dimensional chemodynamical code CoDEx, which we developed for the purpose of modeling the evolution of galaxies in a self-consistent manner. The code solves the hydrodynamicalExpand
STELLAR KINEMATICS AND STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF VIRGO CLUSTER DWARF EARLY-TYPE GALAXIES FROM THE SMAKCED PROJECT. II. THE SURVEY AND A SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS OF KINEMATIC ANOMALIES AND ASYMMETRIES
We present spatially resolved kinematics and global stellar populations and mass-to-light ratios for a sample of 39 dwarf early-type (dE) galaxies in the Virgo cluster studied as part of the SMAKCEDExpand
Spectacular tails of ionized gas in the Virgo cluster galaxy NGC 4569
Using MegaCam at the CFHT, we obtained a deep narrow band H alpha+[NII] wide-field image of NGC 4569 (M90), the brightest late-type galaxy in the Virgo cluster. The image reveals the presence of longExpand
Co-orbiting satellite galaxy structures are still in conflict with the distribution of primordial dwarf galaxies
Both major galaxies in the Local Group host planar distributions of co-orbiting satellite galaxies, the Vast Polar Structure (VPOS) of the Milky Way and the Great Plane of Andromeda (GPoA). TheExpand
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