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Merging galaxies in isolated environments I. Multiband photometry, classification, stellar masses, and star formation rates

@article{CalderonCastillo2019MergingGI,
  title={Merging galaxies in isolated environments I. Multiband photometry, classification, stellar masses, and star formation rates},
  author={Paula Calder'on-Castillo and Neil M. Nagar and Sukyoung K. Yi and Gustavo Orellana and Yu-Yen Chang and Roger Leiton and Thomas M. Hughes},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2019}
}
Extragalactic surveys provide significant statistical data for the study of crucial galaxy parameters used to constrain galaxy evolution, e.g. stellar mass (M$_*$) and star formation rate (SFR), under different environmental conditions. These quantities are derived using manual or automatic methods for galaxy detection and flux measurement in imaging data at different wavelengths. The reliability of these automatic measurements, however, is subject to mis-identification and poor fitting due to… 

The Redshift and Star Formation Mode of AzTEC2: A Pair of Massive Galaxies at z = 4.63

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