Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): $\mathbf{z \sim 0}$ Galaxy Luminosity Function down to $\mathbf{L \sim 10^{6}~L_\odot}$ via Clustering Based Redshift Inference

@inproceedings{Karademir2021GalaxyAM,
  title={Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): \$\mathbf\{z \sim 0\}\$ Galaxy Luminosity Function down to \$\mathbf\{L \sim 10^\{6\}~L\_\odot\}\$ via Clustering Based Redshift Inference},
  author={Geray S. Karademir and Edward N. Taylor and Chris Blake and Ivan K Baldry and Sabine Bellstedt and Maciej Bilicki and Michael J. I. Brown and Michelle E. Cluver and Simon Driver and Hendrik Hildebrandt and Benne W. Holwerda and Andrew M. Hopkins and John S. Loveday and Steven Phillipps and Angus H. Wright},
  year={2021}
}
  • Geray S. Karademir, Edward N. Taylor, +12 authors Angus H. Wright
  • Published 8 September 2021
  • Physics
In this study we present a new experimental design using clustering-based redshift inference to measure the evolving galaxy luminosity function (GLF) spanning 5.5 decades from L ∼ 10 to 10 L . We use data from the Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA) survey and the Kilo-Degree Survey (KiDS). We derive redshift distributions in bins of apparent magnitude to the limits of the GAMA-KiDS photometric catalogue: mr . 23; more than a decade in luminosity beyond the limits of the GAMA spectroscopic redshift… Expand

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