The stellar masses of 25000 galaxies at 0.2

  title={The stellar masses of 25000 galaxies at 0.2},
  author={Andrea Borch and Klaus Meisenheimer and Eric F. Bell and Hans-Walter Rix and Christian Wolf and Simon Dye and Martina Kleinheinrich and Zolt{\'a}n Kov{\'a}cs and Lutz Wisotzki},
We present an analysis of stellar mass estimates for a sample of 25000 galaxies from the COMBO-17 survey over the interval 0.2<z<1.0. We have developed, implemented, and tested a new method of estimating stellar mass-to-light ratios, which relies on redshift and spectral energy distribution (SED) classification from 5 broadband and 12 medium band filters. We find that the majority (>60%) of massive galaxies with M_*>10^{11} solar masses at all z<1 are non-star-forming; blue star-forming… 
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