SDSS-IV MaNGA: Bar pattern speed estimates with the Tremaine-Weinberg method and their error sources

@article{GarmaOehmichen2019SDSSIVMB,
  title={SDSS-IV MaNGA: Bar pattern speed estimates with the Tremaine-Weinberg method and their error sources},
  author={Luis Garma-Oehmichen and M. Cano-d'iaz and H. M. Hern'andez-Toledo and E. Aquino-Ort'iz and O. Valenzuela and J A L Aguerri and Sebasti'an F. S'anchez and Michael R. Merrifield},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019}
}
Estimating the bar pattern speed (Ωbar) is one of the main challenges faced in understanding the role of stellar bars in galaxy dynamical evolution. This work aims to characterise different uncertainty sources affecting the Tremaine Weinberg (TW)-method to study the correlation between bar and galaxies physical parameters. We use a sample of 15 MaNGA SDSS-IV galaxies and 3 CALIFA galaxies from Aguerri et al. (2015). We studied the errors related with (i) galaxy centre determination, (ii) disc… 

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