The galaxy population of Abell 1367: Photometric and spectroscopic data

  title={The galaxy population of Abell 1367: Photometric and spectroscopic data},
  author={Wichean Kriwattanawong and Chris Moss and Phil A. James and David Carter},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
Aims. Photometric and spectroscopic observations of the galaxy population of the galaxy cluster Abell 1367 have been obtained, over a field of 34 � × 90 � , covering the cluster centre out to a radius of ∼2.2 Mpc. Optical broad- and narrow-band imaging was used to determine galaxy luminosities, diameters and morphologies, and to study current star formation activity of a sample of cluster galaxies. Near-infrared imaging was obtained to estimate integrated stellar masses, and to aid the… Expand
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