Stellar substructures in the periphery of the Magellanic Clouds with the VISTA Hemisphere Survey from the red clump and other tracers

@inproceedings{Youssoufi2021StellarSI,
  title={Stellar substructures in the periphery of the Magellanic Clouds with the VISTA Hemisphere Survey from the red clump and other tracers},
  author={D. E. Youssoufi and M. Cioni and C. Bell and R. Grijs and M. Groenewegen and V. Ivanov and Gal Matijevi'c and F. Niederhofer and J. Oliveira and V. Ripepi and T. Schmidt and S. Subramanian and N. Sun and J. Loon},
  year={2021}
}
We study the morphology of the stellar periphery of the Magellanic Clouds in search of substructure using near–infrared imaging data from the VISTA Hemisphere Survey (VHS). Based on the selection of different stellar populations using the (J − Ks,Ks) colour–magnitude diagram, we confirm the presence of substructures related to the interaction history of the Clouds and find new substructures on the eastern side of the LMC disc which may be owing to the influence of the Milky Way, and on the… Expand

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