KMOS LENsing Survey (KLENS): Morpho-kinematic analysis of star-forming galaxies at z 2

  title={KMOS LENsing Survey (KLENS): Morpho-kinematic analysis of star-forming galaxies at z 2},
  author={M. Girard and M. Dessauges-Zavadsky and D. Schaerer and M. Cirasuolo and O. Turner and A. Cava and L. Rodr'iguez-Munoz and J. Richard and P. P'erez-Gonz'alez},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
We present results from the KMOS LENsing Survey (KLENS), which is exploiting gravitational lensing to study the kinematics of 24 star -forming galaxies at 1.4 10). We derive a M* - sigma(0) relation, using the Tully Fisher relation, which highlights that a different evolution of the velocity dispersion is expected depending on the stellar mass, with lower velocity dispersions for lower masses, and an increase for higher masses, stronger at higher redshift. The observed velocity dispersions from… Expand
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