The GOGREEN Survey: A deep stellar mass function of cluster galaxies at 1.0

  title={The GOGREEN Survey: A deep stellar mass function of cluster galaxies at 1.0},
  author={R. Burg and G. Rudnick and M. Balogh and A. Muzzin and C. Lidman and L. Old and H. Shipley and D. Gilbank and S. McGee and A. Biviano and P. Cerulo and J. Chan and M. Cooper and G. Lucia and R. Demarco and Ben Forrest and S. Gwyn and P. Jablonka and E. Kukstas and D. Marchesini and J. Nantais and A. Noble and I. Pintos-Castro and B. Poggianti and Andrew M. M. Reeves and M. Stefanon and B. Vulcani and K. Webb and G. Wilson and H. Yee and D. Zaritsky},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
We study the stellar mass functions (SMFs) of star-forming and quiescent galaxies in 11 galaxy clusters at 1.0<z<1.4, drawn from the Gemini Observations of Galaxies in Rich Early Environments (GOGREEN) survey. Based on more than 500 hours of Gemini/GMOS spectroscopy, and deep multi-band photometry taken with a range of observatories, we probe the SMFs down to a stellar mass limit of 10^9.7 Msun (10^9.5 Msun for star-forming galaxies). At this early epoch, the fraction of quiescent galaxies is… Expand
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