The UV luminosity function of nearby clusters of galaxies

@article{LCortese2003TheUL,
  title={The UV luminosity function of nearby clusters of galaxies},
  author={L.Cortese and G.Gavazzi and A.Boselli and J.Iglesias-Paramo and Jos'e Donas and B. Milliard},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2003},
  volume={410}
}
We present the UV composite luminosity function for galaxies in the Virgo, Coma and Abell 1367 clusters. The luminosity function (LF) is well fitted by a Schechter function with $M_{\rm UV}^* - 5~ \log\,h_{\rm 75}= -20.75 \pm 0.40$ and $\alpha = -1.50 \pm 0.10$ and does not differ significantly from the local UV luminosity function of the field. This result is in agreement with recent studies carried out in the $\rm H\alpha$ and B -bands which find no difference between the LFs of star forming… Expand

Figures and Tables from this paper

The ultraviolet luminosity function and star formation rate of the Coma cluster
We present estimates of the GALEX NUV and FUV luminosity functions (LFs) of the Coma cluster, over a total area of ~9 deg^2 (~25 Mpc^2), i.e. from the cluster center to the virial radius. OurExpand
The galex ultraviolet luminosity function of the cluster of galaxies A1367
We present the Galaxy Evolution Exlorer (GALEX) near-ultraviolet (2310 A) and far-ultraviolet (1530 A) galaxy luminosity functions of the nearby cluster of galaxies A1367 in the magnitude range -20.3Expand
RASS-SDSS galaxy cluster survey. II. A unified picture of the cluster luminosity function
We constructed the composite luminosity function (LF) of clusters of galaxies in the five SDSS photometric bands  u , g , r , i and  z from the RASS-SDSS galaxy cluster catalog. Background andExpand
THE INFRARED LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS OF RICH CLUSTERS
We present MIPS observations of the cluster A3266. About 100 spectroscopic cluster members have been detected at 24 µm. The IR luminosity function (LF) in A3266 is very similar to that in the ComaExpand
The Luminosity Function of Galaxies in Some Nearby Clusters
In the present work, the galaxy luminosity function (LF) has been studied for a sample of seven clusters in the redshift range (0.0 ≲ z ≲ 0.1), within Abell radius (1.5 h−1 Mpc), in the five SDSSExpand
Luminosity functions of cluster galaxies
We derive NUV luminosity functions for 6471 NUV detected galaxies in 28 0.02 < z < 0.08 clusters and consider their dependence on cluster properties. We consider optically red and blue galaxies andExpand
Galaxy luminosity functions in WINGS clusters
Aims. Using V band photometry of the WINGS survey, we derive galaxy luminosity functions (LF) in nearby clusters. This sample is complete down to MV =−15.15, and it is homogeneous, thus allowing theExpand
UV and FIR selected samples of galaxies in the local Universe. Dust extinction and star formation rates
We have built two samples of galaxies selected at 0.2  μ m (hereafter UV) and 60  μ m (hereafter FIR) covering a sky area of 35.36 deg 2 . The UV selected sample contains 25 galaxies brighter thanExpand
RASS-SDSS galaxy cluster survey: IV. A ubiquitous dwarf galaxy population in clusters
We analyze the Luminosity Functions (LFs) of a subsample of 69 clusters from the RASS-SDSS galaxy cluster catalog. When calculated within the cluster physical sizes, given by r 200 or r 500 , all theExpand
DEEP ULTRAVIOLET LUMINOSITY FUNCTIONS AT THE INFALL REGION OF THE COMA CLUSTER
We have used deep GALEX observations at the infall region of the Coma cluster to measure the faintest UV luminosity functions (LFs) presented for a rich galaxy cluster thus far. The Coma UV LFs areExpand
...
1
2
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 20 REFERENCES
Optical spectroscopy and the UV luminosity function of galaxies in the Abell 1367, Coma and Virgo clusters
Optical spectroscopy of 93 galaxies, 60 projected in the direction of Abell 1367, 21 onto the Coma cluster and 12 on Virgo, is reported. The targets were selected because they were detected inExpand
The $r'$-band luminosity function of Abell 1367: A comparison with Coma
We made a large (approximately $1\degr \times 1\degr$) r' -band imaging survey of the central regions of the two nearby clusters of galaxies, Abell 1367 and Coma. The data, presented as a catalog,Expand
A Deep Halpha Survey of Galaxies in the Two Nearby Clusters Abell1367 and Coma: The Halpha Luminos
We present a deep wide field H α imaging survey of the central regions of the two nearby clusters of galaxies Coma and Abell 1367, taken with the WFC at the INT 2.5 m telescope. We determine for theExpand
The 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey: the luminosity function of cluster galaxies
We have determined the composite luminosity function (LF) for galaxies in 60 clusters from the 2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey. The LF spans the marge -22.5 < M b 1 < -15, and is well fitted by aExpand
A Photometric and Spectroscopic Study of Dwarf and Giant Galaxies in the Coma Cluster. IV. The Luminosity Function
A large spectroscopic survey is constructed of galaxies in the Coma Cluster. The survey covers a wide area (1 deg2) to deep magnitudes (R ~ 19.5), covering both the core (high density) and outskirtsExpand
Spectrophotometry of Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster. I. The Star Formation History
As a result of an extensive observational campaign targeting the Virgo Cluster, we obtained integrated (drift-scan mode) optical spectra and multiwavelength (UV, U, B, V, H) photometry for 124 andExpand
The far-ultraviolet emission of early-type galaxies
We have assembled a UV-flux selected sample of 82 early-type galaxies and collected additional information at other wavelengths. These data confirm a large spread of the UV V color in the range 2 toExpand
An ultraviolet-selected galaxy redshift survey -- II. The physical nature of star formation in an enlarged sample
We present further spectroscopic observations for a sample of galaxies selected in the vacuum ultraviolet (UV) at 2000 A from the FOCA balloon-borne imaging camera of Milliard et al. This workExpand
The 3D structure of the Virgo cluster from H-band Fundamental Plane and Tully—Fisher distance determinations
We undertook a surface photometry survey of 200 galaxies in the Virgo cluster (complete to B<14.0 mag) carried out in the near-infrared (NIR) H band. Combining velocity dispersion measurements fromExpand
1.65 MICRON (H BAND) SURFACE PHOTOMETRY OF GALAXIES. VI. THE HISTORY OF STAR FORMATION IN NORMAL LATE-TYPE GALAXIES
We have collected a large body of near-IR (H band), UV (2000 A), and Hα measurements of late-type galaxies. These are used jointly with spectral evolutionary synthesis models to study the initialExpand
...
1
2
...