SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components

@article{Jin2016SDSSIVMP,
  title={SDSS-IV MaNGA: Properties of galaxies with kinematically decoupled stellar and gaseous components},
  author={Yifei Jin and Yan-mei Chen and Yong Shi and Christy A. Tremonti and Matthew A. Bershady and Michael R. Merrifield and Eric Emsellem and Hai Fu and David A. Wake and Kevin Bundy and Lihwai Lin and Maria Argudo-Fern{\'a}ndez and Song Huang and David V. Stark and Thaisa Storchi-Bergmann and Dmitry Bizyaev and Joel R. Brownstein and John Chisholm and Qi Guo and Lei Hao and Jian Hu and Cheng Li and Ran Li and Karen L. Masters and Elena Malanushenko and Kaike Pan and R Riffel and Alexandre Roman-Lopes and Audrey Simmons and D. Thomas and Lang Wang and Kyle B. Westfall and Ren-bin Yan},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={463},
  pages={913-926}
}
We study the properties of 66 galaxies with kinematically misaligned gas and stars from MaNGA survey. The fraction of kinematically misaligned galaxies varies with galaxy physical parameters, i.e. M∗, SFR and sSFR. According to their sSFR, we further classify these 66 galaxies into three categories, 10 star-forming, 26 ‘Green Valley’ and 30 quiescent ones. The properties of different types of kinematically misaligned galaxies are different in that the starforming ones have positive gradient in… 
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