What Is Inside Matters: Simulated Green Valley Galaxies Have too Centrally Concentrated Star Formation

@article{Starkenburg2018WhatII,
  title={What Is Inside Matters: Simulated Green Valley Galaxies Have too Centrally Concentrated Star Formation},
  author={T. Starkenburg and S. Tonnesen and Claire Kopenhafer},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={874}
}
  • T. Starkenburg, S. Tonnesen, Claire Kopenhafer
  • Published 2018
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • In spatially resolved galaxy observations, star formation rate radial profiles are found to correlate with total specific star formation rates. A central depletion in star formation is thought to correlate with the globally depressed star formation rates of, for example, galaxies within the Green Valley. We present, for the first time, radial specific star formation rate profiles for a statistical sample of simulated galaxies from the Illustris and EAGLE large cosmological simulations. For… CONTINUE READING

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