The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey. XVI. The angular momentum of low-mass star-forming galaxies: A cautionary tale and insights from TNG50

@article{Bouche2021TheMH,
  title={The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey. XVI. The angular momentum of low-mass star-forming galaxies: A cautionary tale and insights from TNG50},
  author={Nicolas F. Bouch'e and Shy Genel and Alisson Pellissier and C'edric Dubois and Thierry Contini and Beno{\^i}t {\'E}pinat and Annalisa Pillepich and Davor Krajnovi'c and Dylan Nelson and Valentina Abril-Melgarejo and Johan Richard and Leindert A. Boogaard and Michael V. Maseda and Wilfried Mercier and Roland Bacon and Matthias Steinmetz and Mark Vogelsberger},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
We investigate the specific angular momentum (sAM) j(<r) profiles of intermediate redshift (0.4 < z < 1.4) star-forming galaxies (SFGs) in the relatively unexplored regime of low masses (down to M? ∼ 108 M ) and small sizes (down to Re ∼ 1.5 kpc), and we characterize the sAM scaling relation (i.e., Fall relation) and its redshift evolution. We have developed a 3D methodology to constrain sAM profiles of the star-forming gas using a forward modeling approach with GalPaK3D that incorporates the… 

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