SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES and THEIR HOST SPHEROIDS. II. the RED and BLUE SEQUENCE in the MBH-M∗,SPH DIAGRAM

@article{Savorgnan2016SUPERMASSIVEBH,
  title={SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLES and THEIR HOST SPHEROIDS. II. the RED and BLUE SEQUENCE in the MBH-M∗,SPH DIAGRAM},
  author={Giulia A. D. Savorgnan and Alister W. Graham and Alessandro Marconi and E. Sani},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={817},
  pages={21-32}
}
In our first paper, we performed a detailed (i.e. bulge, disks, bars, spiral arms, rings, halo, nucleus, etc.) decomposition of 66 galaxies, with directly measured black hole masses, $M_{BH}$, that had been imaged at $3.6~\mu m$ with Spitzer. Our sample is the largest to date and, for the first time, the decompositions were checked for consistency with the galaxy kinematics. We present correlations between $M_{ BH}$ and the host spheroid (and galaxy) luminosity, $L_{sph}$ (and $L_{gal}$), and… 

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