Environmental effects in the structural parameters of galaxies in the Coma cluster

@article{Aguerri2004EnvironmentalEI,
  title={Environmental effects in the structural parameters of galaxies in the Coma cluster},
  author={J A L Aguerri and Jorge Iglesias-P{\'a}ramo and J. M. V{\'i}chez and Casiana Munoz-Tun'on},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={127},
  pages={1344-1359}
}
We have studied 116 bright galaxies from the Coma Cluster brighter than mr = 17 mag. From a quantitative morphological analysis we find that the scales of the disks are smaller than those of field spiral galaxies. There is a correlation between the scale of the disks and the position of the galaxy in the cluster; no large disks are present near the center of the cluster or in high-density environments. The structural parameters of the bulges are not affected by the environment. We have analyzed… Expand
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