The Grism lens-amplified survey from space (GLASS). VII. The diversity of the distribution of star formation in cluster and field galaxies at 0.3

@article{Vulcani2016TheGL,
  title={The Grism lens-amplified survey from space (GLASS). VII. The diversity of the distribution of star formation in cluster and field galaxies at 0.3},
  author={Benedetta Vulcani and T Treu and Kasper Borello Schmidt and Takahiro Morishita and Alan Dressler and Bianca Maria Poggianti and Louis Evan Abramson and Marusa Bradavc and Gabriel Barnes Brammer and Austin T. Hoag and Matthew Arnold Malkan and Laura Pentericci and Michele Trenti School of Physics and University of Melbourne and Vic 3010 and Australia. and Department of Engineering Physics and Astronomy and University of Southern California and Los {\'A}ngeles and Ça and Usa 90095-1547 and Leibniz-Institut fur Astrophysik Potsdam and 16 AnderSternwarte and 14482 Potsdam and Germany. and Astronomical Institute and Tohoku University and Aramaki and Aoba and Sendai 980-8578 and Japan. and Institute for International Advanced Research and Education and The Observatories of the Carnegie Institution for Science and 813 Santa Barbara St. and Pasadena and CA 91101 and Usa and INAF-Astronomical Observatory of Padova and Italy. and Davis and 95616 and Space Telescope Science Institute and 3700 San Martin Drive and Baltimore. and Md. and 21218 and Inaf - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma Via Frascati 33 Catone},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
  year={2016}
}
  • Benedetta Vulcani, T Treu, +46 authors Inaf - Osservatorio Astronomico di Roma Via Frascati 33 Catone
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies
  • Exploiting the slitless spectroscopy taken as part of the Grism Lens-Amplified Survey from Space (GLASS), we present an extended analysis of the spatial distribution of star formation in 76 galaxies in 10 clusters at 0.3< z <0.7. We use 85 foreground and background galaxies in the same redshift range as a field sample. The samples are well matched in stellar mass (10^8-10^11 M_sun) and star formation rate (0.5-50 M_sun/yr). We visually classify galaxies in terms of broad-band morphology, Halpha… CONTINUE READING

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