We find that only 41 dwarf galaxy merging systems have giant neighbors. To do this, we measure the total flux using a large aperture that covers both interacting galaxies and the stellar streams around them. (2015) reported a number of star-forming regions in the bridge connecting the two interacting galaxies, whereas such star formation is completely absent in Arp 104 (Gallagher & Parker 2010). You will only need to do this once. Optical color–magnitude relation. If a hint is found, we then re-examine the coadded fits file of the multiple bands available in the archive. (2017) (e.g., Id09381942, Id10354614, Id12464814). 2013; Amorisco et al. Column (2): adopted distance to the galaxy. Also, S15 compared a homogeneously selected control sample with interacting dwarf pairs, while we simply use data compiled from the literature as a comparison sample. This means we are able to study merging dwarfs over a far greater range of merging stages, even when one dwarf has fully merged with another and the only indication of the event might be the remaining tidal features. This type of galaxy is probably the most common in the Universe. In addition to this, Paudel et al. 2004; Giovanelli et al. Relation between gas mass fraction and stellar mass. The Catalogue of Principal Galaxies (PGC) is an astronomical catalog published in 1989 that lists B1950 and J2000 equatorial coordinates and cross-identifications for 73,197 galaxies. 2012; Paudel et al. However, note that this magnitude cutoff is only to select the parent sample and we apply a further stellar mass constrain to select the final sample. The American Astronomical Society. Sanjaya Paudel1, Rory Smith2, Suk Jin Yoon1, Paula Calderón-Castillo3, and Pierre-Alain Duc4, Published 2018 August 22 • Click here to close this overlay, or press the "Escape" key on your keyboard. All rights reserved. P.S. For example, the neutral hydrogen in galaxies has a typical velocity dispersion of ~10 km s−1. acknowledges the support by the Samsung Science & Technology Foundation under Project Number SSTF-BA1501-0. We compare the SFRs of candidate satellites and isolated merging dwarf systems; see Figure 10. An image scale of 30'' is shown by the black horizontal bar. The last gray bar represents the number of merging dwarf systems that have more than 10 neighbor galaxies. 2017). 2010-0027910) through the NRF of Korea and from the Yonsei University Observatory—KASI Joint Research Program (2018). The minimum mass galaxy, Id10354614, has a similar stellar mass to the local group Fornax dwarf galaxy or Virgo cluster dwarf galaxy VCC 1407; both are well known for their shell features and have been discussed as merger remnants (Coleman et al. Table 1. We then extract a cutout color image from the SDSS sky-server and Legacy survey. It is based on the Lyon-Meudon Extragalactic Database (LEDA), which was originally started in 1983. As the right panel of Figure 7 indicates, the relative line-of-sight velocity between the interacting dwarf pairs is relatively low, and only in two cases is it higher than 100 km s−1. Because they are selected from visual inspection of low-surface-brightness features, this depends on the depth of the imaging survey, and on how well defined the tidal features are. Galaxies in the original PGC catalogue are numbered with their original PGC number in HyperLEDA. The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific society promoting physics and bringing physicists together for the benefit of all. Figure 8 reveals the relation between the H i mass fraction and stellar mass of the star-forming galaxies. From this figure, it is clear that these interacting dwarfs galaxies do not differ from the trend established by local-volume, star-forming galaxies. Only recently, with the advent of low-surface-brightness imaging techniques, and dedicated data reduction procedures, have we been able to better detect such features (Abraham & van Dokkum 2014; Duc et al. We also made use of the GALEX all-sky survey imaging data. 2016). S.-J.Y. Furthermore, the dynamics of gas is not scalable in the same way that the dissipationless star and dark matter components are. 2014). Volume 237, 2015, hereafter S15), mainly focused on a statistical analysis of environmental effects on interacting pairs of dwarf galaxies (Patton et al. If the two interacting dwarf galaxies are visibly distinct, we simply designate them with an "I" (e.g., Id0217-0742), and if they are overlapping, or the progenitor galaxies are not distinct, we also give them an "M" (Merged, e.g., Id01250759). The presence of a shell feature in the Fornax dwarf spheroidal has also been interpreted as a relic of a recent merger (Coleman et al. Our morphological classification reveals that there are 98 interacting dwarf galaxy systems. 2MASS produced an astronomical catalog with over 300 million observed objects, including minor planets of the Solar System, brown dwarfs, low-mass stars, nebulae, star clusters and galaxies. Figure 7. We use the python code, cosmocalc, available in astropy, to calculate cosmological distances based on the radial velocities. The presence of such structures, which is also predicted by numerical simulations, is now frequently observed in deep imaging surveys (Conselice & Gallagher 1999; Struck 1999; van Dokkum 2005; Smith et al. First, we look for any signature of tidal features in the true color images. In Paudel et al. Among the interacting systems there are 76 for which we can clearly separate out the individual interacting members (only "I" class), which we will refer to as an "interacting dwarf pair." This is a similar criterion to what we previously used to search for isolated early-type dwarf galaxies (Paudel et al. For the central part of the Leo-I group (i.e., the M96 sub-group) an initial catalog of 50 dwarf galaxy candidates was produced byFerguson & Sandage(1990). In reverse, there are 15 systems (20% of the total) that have a mass ratio larger than 10, which can be considered a minor merger. 2016) in which a small stretched stellar stream is observed at the edge of NGC 4449. Fifty-one Local Group dwarf galaxy candidates are identified through column density, brightness temperature, and kinematic selection criteria, and their properties are explored. 2012; Besla et al. Using an amateur 0.14-m aperture telescope, astronomers have observed a nearby spiral galaxy known as M63 (or NGC 5055). Also, if we see a loop of a stellar stream around the galaxies, we identify this with an "L," e.g., Id09530702. Its membership of about 7,000 individuals also includes physicists, mathematicians, geologists, engineers, and others whose research and educational interests lie within the broad spectrum of subjects comprising contemporary astronomy. 2009). http://www.cadc-ccda.hia-iha.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/en/megapipe/, http://www.sdss3.org/dr8/algorithms/sdssUBVRITransform.php, This site uses cookies. We also acknowledge the use of NASA's Astrophysics Data System Bibliographic Services and the NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (NED). This is likely because such systems are not as easy to observe as in massive systems. For this, we first create a sample of interacting dwarf galaxies based on a visual analysis of color images from the SDSS. It is not always trivial to determine if the observed tidal features were created by merging dwarf galaxies, except when the interacting pairs have not completely merged yet—like, for example, in the Antennae-like dwarf galaxies (see the lower left panel of Figure 1) or simply interacting pairs (see the lower middle panel of Figure 1). For convenience, we refer to them as satellite merging dwarf systems, and isolated merging dwarf systems, hereafter. 2014; Mihos et al. In these cases, the shells have a generally higher surface brightness than the tidal tails. 2008). Published 2018 August 22, galaxies: dwarf; galaxies: evolution; galaxies: interactions; galaxies: star formation. RIS. 2004; Yozin & Bekki 2012). Although these features could also be produced by interactions with other galaxies, in this work we try to focus on a sample of dwarf galaxies with tidal features that are likely produced by dwarf–dwarf mergers. We further classify these objects according to the morphologies of their tidal features, mainly grouping them into three categories: interacting, shell, and tidal tail features. For all images, the black horizontal bar represents a scale of 30''. The comparison samples are early-type galaxies (gray square) and BCDs (green dots) taken from Janz & Lisker (2009) and Meyer et al. Figure 10. 1984) are mainly found in less dense environments. On the other hand, we have used the FUV flux to derive the SFR where the FUV emission traces recent star formation over longer timescales compared to Hα. As a result, only small amounts of peculiar motions, due to the potential wells of giant galaxies, might be enough to make it nearly impossible for dwarfs to meet at low enough velocities to merge. The total number of galaxies in this redshift range is ≈20,000. However, because of our past experiences, we often suspect a particular origin according to the appearance of the observed low-surface-brightness tidal features. We found that the global properties of UGC 7639, namely, its total absolute B-band magnitude, its whole spectral energy distribution, and morphology, are well matched by an encounter with a system … The maximum mass ratio is 120 in the case of Id14392323. Column (10): number of neighboring galaxies within our search criteria—see Section 3. However, in some cases, the shell dwarfs do not show such symmetry in their shells (e.g., Id11253803) and in two we find that shell and tidal tails features coexist with each other (Id11253803 and Id11292034). 2009). How might these properties affect the interaction compared to their giant counterparts? Arp realized that the reason why galaxies formed into spiral or elliptical ... is a blue compact dwarf galaxy with extremely strong star formation activity; it is clearly too small to be the merger remnant of two spiral galaxies like the other merger remnants in this … Given the fairly good number statistics of our sample, we also attempt to understand their typical environments. This spurred their study on, leading them to explore galaxies from the NASA-Sloan Atlas — a catalog of images and parameters of local galaxies sourced from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) data to study objects in the ultraviolet … From this figure, it is clear that the probability of finding a merging dwarf system increases in low-density environments. A potential problem with these types of catalogs is that they are inherently inhomogeneous and incomplete. The Magellanic Clouds are often included but some say they are just passing by and not really in orbit. By continuing to use this site you agree to our use of cookies. 2017). Among 41 satellite merging systems, there are 19 "I" class systems (interacting dwarf pairs) where we identify ongoing interaction between dwarf galaxies. In 2011, Montana State University scientist Amy Reines and her team found the first evidence of a massive black hole in a dwarf galaxy. The median stellar mass of the giant neighbors is 6 × 1010 M⊙. Category:Principal Galaxies Catalogue objects, Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement Series, PGC info at ESO's archive of astronomical catalogues, Centre de Données astronomiques de Strasbourg, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Principal_Galaxies_Catalogue&oldid=983670661, Articles with infoboxes completely from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 15 October 2020, at 15:32. Our main aim is to create a large catalog of merging dwarf galaxies. According to hierarchical cosmology, theory predicts that they are common in the early universe. In the future, we will consider full SED fitting, including infrared wavelengths, in order to better constrain their SFRs. 2007; Duc et al. Star formation rate vs. blue-band absolute magnitude. From this figure, it is clear that both the isolated and satellite merging dwarf systems have similar star formation properties, compared with Lee et al. Shell Feature Early-type Dwarf Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster, UGC 4703 Interacting Pair Near the Isolated Spiral Galaxy NGC 2718: A Milky Way Magellanic Cloud Analog, TiNy Titans: The Role of Dwarf–Dwarf Interactions in Low-mass Galaxy Evolution, A Widespread, Clumpy Starburst in the Isolated Ongoing Dwarf Galaxy Merger dm1647+21, Gas, Stars, and Star Formation in ALFALFA Dwarf Galaxies. In addition to this, S15 performed a careful selection of a control sample and a working sample to remove biases due to the sample selection procedure, when comparing the samples. Dale7, D. Calzetti8, J.E. (2015) reported interactions between dwarf galaxies where the overall morphological appearance is similar to that of the well known giant system Arp 104. It includes 177 nearby merging dwarf galaxies of stellar mass M * < 1010 M ⊙ and redshifts z < 0.02. First, a large aperture covering both the interacting galaxies is used to measure the total flux of the system, as done for the other classes. The first column is the galaxy number. We start by selecting galaxies of magnitude Mr > −19 mag to ensure the parent sample of galaxies is predominantly composed of dwarf galaxies. 2006, AJ, 131, 1163) and is … 2005; Graham et al. Available mean data for each object are given:[3], The Lyon-Meudon Extragalactic Database was eventually expanded into HyperLEDA, a database of a few million galaxies. Export citation and abstract You will need to select a minimum of one corridor. Comparison of the star formation rates of satellite (star) and isolated (dot) merging dwarfs systems. 2017). The rest are scattered well beyond the escape velocity boundary, and often at distances >400 kpc, which is at least twice the Virial radius of a MW-like galaxy. These data might be useful for detailed studies of dwarf–dwarf interactions in the near future. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login. This procedure is quite straightforward if the interacting galaxies are not well separated or already merged. We show examples of these two classes in Figure 1. The last bin (the gray histogram) represents the number of merging dwarf systems that have more than 10 neighbors within our search area. This may create a bias against merged dwarfs near giants; see the discussion in Section 6. We are mostly interested in dwarf galaxies with tidal features that are likely to be produced by interacting/merging dwarf galaxies. For our sample of merging dwarf galaxies, we also collected neutral hydrogen (H i) masses from the CDS server.9 2005; Naab et al. Like in this study, S15 also uses SDSS imaging to select their sample galaxies, therefore we expect both samples to cover the same areas of sky. 2004; Paudel et al. The coaddition provides higher signal-to-noise (S/N) than the single-band images. This is the first publicly available catalog in this vein. 2015; Annibali et al. We made 2D-decompositions of the identified galaxies using GALFIT, … So far, the study of interacting dwarf galaxies has largely been done on an individual basis, and lacks a sufficiently large catalog to give statistics on the properties of interacting dwarf galaxies, and their role in the evolution of low-mass galaxies. The catalog contains SDSS photometry for 5634 individual objects, and also the photometry from matches to any of the … We present the largest publicly available catalog of interacting dwarf galaxies. Among the 76 dwarf interacting pairs, we find that there are 38 systems where radial velocities are available for both members of the interacting pair dwarf galaxies. 2005; Courtois & Tully 2015). (2009; see the gray plots), who studied the FUV-derived SFRs of local-volume (<11 Mpc), star-forming galaxies. In conclusion, we present a large set of interacting and merging dwarf systems, including aperture photometry in UV and optical bands, as well as stellar masses, SFRs, gas masses ,and stellar mass ratios. A dwarf galaxy is a small galaxy composed of about 1000 up to several billion stars, as compared to the Milky Way's 200–400 billion stars. Figure 3: WHAN diagram for the initial 102 dwarf galaxies with their median BPT spaxels classified as AGN/LINER. Figure 11. The catalog is a renewed and expanded version of the Catalog of Neighboring Galaxies by Karachentsev et al. A machine-readable version of the full table is available. In Figure 9, we show a phase-space diagram of the satellite merging dwarf systems. The median value of the gas mass fraction of our sample is MH i/M* = 1.09. This is slightly contradictory to the finding of S15, where they found that interacting dwarfs located near a giant galaxy are likely to have a lower gas mass fraction. For example, some interacting galaxies also posses multiple tidal features, like shells or stellar streams, even when the two parent dwarf galaxies are not yet fully merged. This article presents a compilation and discussion of data relating to basic observational properties of all nearby (dwarf) galaxies within 3Mpc (the dwarf satellite systems of the Milky Way and M31 galaxies, the quasi-isolated dwarfs in the outer regions of the Local Group, and the isolated dwarf galaxies found in the surrounding of the Local Group out to the next nearest galaxy groups). PGC 39058 is a dwarf galaxy which is located approximately 14 million light-years away in the constellation of Draco. However, we include the comparison simply to give the properties of our sample some context in comparison to a sample of non-interacting dwarfs of similar mass. The phase-space diagram also reveals that there is no special difference between satellite interacting dwarf pairs (shown as empty circle symbols) and the rest of the sample, which have likely already merged (shown as a black dot), as indicated by their locations on their phase-space diagrams. UGC 7639 is an example of blue dwarf galaxy whose global properties are well matched by our multiwavelength approach, that is, a suitable approach to highlight the evolution also of these galaxies as a class. Meanwhile, an S-shaped elongated stellar envelope is likely to be produced by tidal stretching from a nearby giant galaxy (Paudel et al. The various sources may use different beam sizes, and exposure times, depending on the aim and scope of their individual projects (Paturel et al. Interacting (I): in this class, we identify ongoing interactions between two dwarf galaxies. 2003; Martínez-Delgado et al. (2008). For comparison, we also show a sample of early-type galaxies from Janz & Lisker (2009), which clearly offsets from our sample galaxies, creating a red sequence above the star-forming galaxies in the color–magnitude relation. Furthermore, having these properties in hand we also try to assess the effect of environment on our sample galaxies, comparing the gas mass fractions and SFRs between merging dwarf systems and those of normal, local-volume galaxies. We classify the morphologies of the low-surface-brightness features into various categories: shells, stellar streams, loops, Antennae-like systems, or interacting. Our sample's redshift range is <0.02, while the S15 sample galaxies have redshifts up to 0.07. We have conducted a systematic search for dwarf galaxies possessing tidal features, such as stellar streams, shells, or filaments, through a careful examination of the SDSS images. [2] 40,932 coordinates (56%) have standard deviations smaller than 10″. For the aperture photometry, procedures similar to those applied for the SDSS images are used. For example, we have shown that shell features about dwarf galaxies are reliably produced by mergers (Paudel et al. Physical Properties of Merging Dwarf Galaxies. dSph galaxies are small (300 pc metallicity and ages greater than a few gigayears. 2014; Crnojević et al. Column (8): H i mass. The Milky Way Galaxy A spiral galaxy, type Sbc, centered in Sagittarius. These different types of low-surface-brightness features may hint at the different stages objects undergo during their interactions. Distribution of the logarithm of the stellar mass of merging dwarf systems. For the rest of the physical parameters that we present in this work, values are given for the total system (e.g., magnitudes, g − r colors, stellar masses, and star formation rates (SFRs)). Figure 1. 2007; Tal et al. In addition, while comparing radial velocity separation between interacting pairs, although we find a relatively low number of systems that have radial velocity measurements for both the interacting member dwarf galaxies of our sample, we find a clear difference from S15—only 2 out of 36 (5%) have a relative line-of-sight velocity larger than 100 km s−1 and 15 out of 60 (25%) interacting dwarf pairs in the S15 sample have relative line-of-sight velocities larger than 100 km s−1. We list UV and optical photometric data that we use to estimate stellar masses and star formation rates. These selection criteria are indeed subjective. In this Local Volume (LV) sample, 108 dwarf galaxies still remain … As might be expected, the majority of the tidal features are created by interactions with their neighboring giant galaxies. 2012; Rich et al. The field of view and color stretching are arbitrarily chosen to yield the best view of both interacting galaxies and low-surface-brightness features. (2017), we studied three dwarf galaxies and, with help of idealized numerical simulation, found that they had suffered a very recent (in last few hundred Myr), near equal mass mergers that explained their symmetry. For this work, we adopt a standard cosmological model with the following parameters: H0 = 71 km s−1 Mpc−1, Ωm = 0.3, and ΩΛ = 0.7. Its publishing company, IOP Publishing, is a world leader in professional scientific communications. FORNAXXMM - Fornax Dwarf Galaxy XMM-Newton X-Ray Point Source Catalog: HEASARC ... with an object (J023941.4-343340) belonging to a catalog of variable stars (Bersier & Wood 2002, AJ, 123, 840) [See the text of the reference paper for details]; 'M' flags source number 107: this X-ray source also correlates (within 1.0") with a source in the 2MASX Catalog (Skrutskie et al. Column (7): star formation rate. Nearly 3 billion years ago, a dwarf galaxy plunged into the center of the Milky Way and was ripped apart by the gravitational forces of the collision. Figure 12. You need an eReader or compatible software to experience the benefits of the ePub3 file format. Brown , C. Christian6, M. Cignoni11, Streams. A dwarf analog of the famous Antennae system (NGC 4038/NGC 4039) is represented by "A" (for Antennae e.g., Id0202-0922). Also, there is UM 448, a merging BCD, which possesses a pronounced tidal tail that was studied in James et al. Dwarf galaxies, by definition can exert lower tidal forces compared to their massive counterparts—does this result in differences in the tidal features compared to those produced by the much stronger tidal forces of giant galaxies? Nevertheless, the range of stellar mass coverage is of the order of 3 mag, with a median value of log(M*/M⊙) = 9.1.
Methods: As a first step we used the SExtractor fine-tuned for dwarf galaxy detection, to find galaxies from the FDS data, covering a 26 deg 2 area of the main cluster up to its virial radius, and the area around the Fornax A substructure. Column (6): mass ratio of interacting galaxies. Shell (Sh): the presence of shell features can be seen e.g., Id0155-0011. We mainly compile our comparison sample data from the literature, thus we caution that our comparative study may not be as statistically rigorous as that of the S15 comparative study between interacting dwarf and non-interacting dwarf galaxies. Additionally, we also use smaller apertures to measure the flux of the individual galaxies. Figure 2. From the CHFT archive, we use the Megapipe stack7 For comparison, we also plot data from Lee et al. We first search for such disrupted candidates in the large imaging database of the SDSS and the Legacy survey.5. Our visual inspection process involves multiple steps. The radial velocities are not corrected for Virgo-centric flow. Despite the very similar visual morphology of the UGC 6741 system to Arp 104, Paudel et al. We show dwarf interacting pairs with circles. We note that the majority of tidal tails are relatively redder than their galaxies' main bodies (likely a distinct stellar population). Finally, we classify the dwarf galaxies with tidal features into two broad categories; dwarf–dwarf interaction/mergers and dwarf-giant interactions. There are only six candidate galaxies that are located outside of the region of sky covered by SDSS. Column (1): number. Ryon6, D.A. Background. It is clear from this figure that our satellite merging dwarf systems are located comparatively farther than the distance of the LMC–SMC system is from the Milky Way (MW). Phase-space diagram of merging satellites. Megapipe stack images are pipeline-reduced images of CHFT MegaCam observations. Only 41 out of the 177 candidate dwarf–dwarf interaction systems have giant neighbors within a sky-projected distance of 700 kpc and a line-of-sight radial velocity range ±700 km s−1, and compared to the LMC–SMC, they are generally located at much larger sky-projected distances from their nearest giant neighbors. You do not need to reset your password if you login via Athens or an Institutional login. Number 2. 2014). This large sample of disrupted galaxies or galaxies that exhibit tidal debris contains more than 700 candidates. The debate rages on with those two and may swing back tomorrow. PGC 60095 is more commonly known as the Draco Dwarf Galaxy. We show the redshift distribution of our catalog of dwarf galaxies in Figure 3. Another comprehensive catalog of tidally interacting dwarf galaxies with nearby giant galaxies, similar to those studied in Paudel et al. We retrieved archival images from the SDSS-III database (Abazajian et al. For many galaxies (146 out of 177), we found there were GALEX all-sky survey observations available (Martin et al. But most likely, the main difference is their redshift coverage. Derived Properties of Merging Dwarf Galaxies. The authors argued, By Evan N. Kirby, Puragra Guhathakurta, Joshua D. Simon, Marla C. Geha, Constance M. Rockosi, Christopher Sneden, Judith G. Cohen, Sangmo Tony Sohn, Steven R. Majewski and Michael Siegel. 2009). Please note, The Astrophysical Journal Letters (ApJL) and Research Notes of the AAS (RNAAS) Part of the reason for this could perhaps be that the tidal features that are produced are not as spectacular as those in merging giant galaxies, due to the relatively weak tidal forces acting upon them. For example, dwarf galaxies with tidal features whose origins are unclear and are located near a giant (M* > 1010) host galaxy have been selectively removed. In the last column we provide the names of galaxies that we found in NED. 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