Transforming gas-rich low-mass disky galaxies into ultra-diffuse galaxies by ram pressure

@article{Grishin2021TransformingGL,
  title={Transforming gas-rich low-mass disky galaxies into ultra-diffuse galaxies by ram pressure},
  author={Kirill A Grishin and Igor V. Chilingarian and Anton V. Afanasiev and Daniel Fabricant and Ivan Yu. Katkov and Sean M. Moran and Masafumi Yagi},
  journal={Nature Astronomy},
  year={2021},
  volume={5},
  pages={1308-1318}
}
Faint extended elliptically shaped ultra-diffuse galaxies and slightly brighter and more compact dwarf elliptical and lenticular stellar systems are common in galaxy clusters. Their poorly constrained evolutionary paths can be studied by identifying young ultra-diffuse galaxy and dwarf elliptical analogues populated with bright, massive stars. Using data mining we identified 11 such low-mass (2 × 10 8   M ⊙  <  M ★  < 2 × 10 9   M ⊙ ) galaxies with large half-light radii (2.0 kpc <  r e  < 5… 
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