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. 2006, AJ, 131, 1163) and is … 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. Export citation and abstract (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). 1996; Gil de Paz et al. 2003; Martínez-Delgado et al. Figure 4. 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. 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. For example, the shell feature might be the product of a complete coalescence, while two well separated interacting dwarfs are probably in the earlier stages of their interaction. The Large Magellanic Cloud, which closely orbits the Milky Way and contains over 30 billion stars, is sometimes classified as a dwarf galaxy; others consider it a full-fledged galaxy. (2015) reported interactions between dwarf galaxies where the overall morphological appearance is similar to that of the well known giant system Arp 104. Star-forming objects may be preferentially selected because of the criterion to have a redshift, and it is easy to measure the redshifts from the emission lines of star-forming galaxies than from the absorption lines of non 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. 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 … dSph galaxies are small (300 pc metallicity and ages greater than a few gigayears. We start by selecting galaxies of magnitude Mr > −19 mag to ensure the parent sample of galaxies is predominantly composed of dwarf galaxies. 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 … Meanwhile, an S-shaped elongated stellar envelope is likely to be produced by tidal stretching from a nearby giant galaxy (Paudel et al. However, for this particular work, we focus on dwarf–dwarf interactions. 2009). While doing so, unrelated background and foreground objects were masked manually. In addition, 1 million objects were cataloged in the 2MASS Extended Source Catalog (2MASX). We present the result of aperture photometry in Table 1. It is clear that the majority of interactions are major interactions with a mass ratio of 5 or less, and the median is 4. They are mostly from single-dish observations, and we expect that a typical beam size of 3', like the Arecibo telescope, would be sufficient to entirely cover the interacting dwarf galaxies; these observations therefore must be considered measurements for the total, combined system. The American Astronomical Society. Interacting (I): in this class, we identify ongoing interactions between two dwarf galaxies. 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. In contrast, we select interacting dwarf galaxies according to their observed tidal features, and it is not necessary to have a radial velocity for both interacting members. 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. P.S. The SDSS website is http://www.sdss.org/. If a hint is found, we then re-examine the coadded fits file of the multiple bands available in the archive. We then extract a cutout color image from the SDSS sky-server and Legacy survey. When comparing S15's sample with only interacting pairs (I class), we find a significant difference in mass ratio for the member dwarf galaxies of the interacting pairs. Figure 3: WHAN diagram for the initial 102 dwarf galaxies with their median BPT spaxels classified as AGN/LINER. These selection criteria are indeed subjective. A plethora of observational studies now support the conclusion that mergers between galaxies are frequent phenomena. From the CHFT archive, we use the Megapipe stack7 2017). The Fornax Deep Survey (FDS), an imaging survey in the u', g', r', and i'-bands, has a supreme resolution and image depth compared to the previous spatially complete Fornax Cluster Catalog (FCC). 2009). and redshifts of candidate dwarf galaxies in columns 2, 3, and 4, respectively. In low-density environments, dwarfs are often much more gas-rich than giant galaxies. The Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy is currently in the process of being consumed by the Milky Way and is expected to pass through it within the next 100 million years. The primary goal of the catalog was to present photographs of examples of the different kinds of peculiar structures found among galaxies. We classify the morphologies of the low-surface-brightness features into various categories: shells, stellar streams, loops, Antennae-like systems, or interacting. We also show the local-volume (<11 Mpc), star-forming galaxy sample of Lee et al. The SFRs are derived from the FUV fluxes applying a foreground Galactic extinction correction (AFUV =7.9 × E(B− V) Lee et al. Recently, a systematic study, in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) database, of dwarf galaxy pairs that are likely to be interacting, was presented by Stierwalt et al. We retrieved archival images from the SDSS-III database (Abazajian et al. Next, we show the total stellar mass distribution of interacting/merging dwarf galaxies in Figure 4. Also, if we see a loop of a stellar stream around the galaxies, we identify this with an "L," e.g., Id09530702. To perform the photometric analysis and measure the total luminosity, we exclusively use the SDSS image data, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise. Figure 6. 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. The shell features are mainly found outside of the main body of the galaxies. It works to advance physics research, application and education; and engages with policy makers and the public to develop awareness and understanding of physics. Dwarf galaxies not only differ in mass from giant galaxies, but they also have higher gas mass fractions and lower star formation efficiencies. 2012; Rich et al. 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. 2015; Annibali et al. There are basically two methods for detecting dark matter … Star formation rate vs. blue-band absolute magnitude. 2017). For comparison, we also plot data from Lee et al. But certainly dwarf galaxies, by nature, are inherently low-surface-brightness systems and thus the tidal features emerging from them are often even more low-surface-brightness, making them challenging to detect. In fact, a small number of the S15 galaxies can be found in common with this sample, although they follow the same trend as our sample (see Figure 6.). Objects in the catalog are matched with ve previously published catalogs. 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. (2014), respectively. We also made use of the GALEX all-sky survey imaging data. 1956), which hosts a tidal dwarf galaxy (Nikiel-Wroczynski et al.´ 2014) and an ultra compact dwarf galaxy (Jennings et al.2015). The various sources may use different beam sizes, and exposure times, depending on the aim and scope of their individual projects (Paturel et al. P.C.-C. was supported by CONICYT (Chile) through Programa Nacional de Becas de Doctorado 2014 folio 21140882. It is based on the Lyon-Meudon Extragalactic Database (LEDA), which was originally started in 1983. It includes 177 nearby merging dwarf galaxies of stellar mass M 10 M $_ {\sun}$ and redshifts z 0.02. (2015), although the full catalog of 104 dwarf–dwarf pair galaxies with the names and positions of the galaxies has yet to be publicly released. 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. Additionally, we also search for the availability of deeper images in various publicly available archives. Bright 6, T.M. Table 1. The next papers in this series draw conclusions on the chemical evolution, gas dynamics, and star Formation histories from the catalog presented here. We note that the majority of tidal tails are relatively redder than their galaxies' main bodies (likely a distinct stellar population). Figure 10. Dale7, D. Calzetti8, J.E. Thus, it is probable that many of these are not bound to their hosts, and in many cases our 700 kpc search radius and ±700 km s−1 velocity range search criteria are not robust enough to characterize whether our merging dwarfs are hosted by their nearest giant host. Column (4): B-band absolute magnitude. However, we only calculate the total UV flux of the systems, and not that for the individual galaxies, because the GALEX images have a spatial resolution of only 5'' and the individual galaxies are not well resolved. 1973; Barnes & Hibbard 2009; Struck & Smith 2012; Duc & Renaud 2013). Despite these detailed studies of a few intriguing examples, very little is known about whether these systems are representative of dwarf–dwarf interactions in general. 2012). This is the first publicly available catalog in this vein. This procedure is quite straightforward if the interacting galaxies are not well separated or already merged. The two highlighted interacting dwarf pairs, LMC–SMC and UGC 4703, have a small radius and large velocity, near the escape velocity boundary, perhaps indicating they are recent infallers into their hosts (Rhee et al. Some 30 possess shell features and the rest (49) show tidal tails of different forms. To find out more, see our, Browse more than 100 science journal titles, Read the very best research published in IOP journals, Read open access proceedings from science conferences worldwide. To date, no systematic effort has been made to present a sample of interacting dwarf galaxies that is statistical enough to study the properties of interacting dwarf galaxies and their roles in the evolution of low-mass galaxies. Much work has been done to understand the physical processes driving galaxy evolution in the mergers of massive galaxies. The Milky Way Galaxy A spiral galaxy, type Sbc, centered in Sagittarius. Comparison of the star formation rates of satellite (star) and isolated (dot) merging dwarfs systems. We find that only 41 dwarf galaxy merging systems have giant neighbors. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login. 2009; Lisker 2009). We show an example of these different morphological classes of merging dwarf galaxies in Figure 2. DataTypeset images: 1 2 3. The obscured dwarf galaxy PGC 39058 Hubble image of the elliptical galaxy PGC 6240. The red color in the blue of the flocculent arms certainly would indicate it could be a background (or foreground) dwarf galaxy of old stars. 2007), the assembly of large-scale structure happens in a hierarchical fashion, and mergers play a fundamental role in both the growth and evolution of galaxies (Conselice et al. Dwarf–dwarf interactions might also be distinct from giant–giant interactions for another reason. 2003) or dwarf irregulars (dIrs, Gallagher et al. Figure 12 shows postage images prepared from fits images downloaded from various archives. Despite their low luminosity, they may contain large amounts of dark matter, and thus contribute greatly to the mass of the Universe. Previously in 2011, Reines and her colleagues used VLA to discover the first massive black hole in a dwarf starburst galaxy in 2011. The 200 stars appear to have come from a merger between the Milky Way and a dwarf galaxy long ago. A dwarf galaxy indeed. Note. 2004; Paudel et al. 2003; Meyer et al. Background. 2007; Duc et al. In this paper, we present a sample of interacting dwarf galaxy systems. http://www.cadc-ccda.hia-iha.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/en/megapipe/, http://www.sdss3.org/dr8/algorithms/sdssUBVRITransform.php, This site uses cookies. The B-band magnitudes are derived from the SDSS g-band and r-band magnitudes using the equation B=g\,+0.3130\times (g-r)+0.2271.8 (2017) (e.g., Id09381942, Id10354614, Id12464814). It is worth noting that the above classification scheme is not mutually exclusive, and in a number of cases there are overlaps. 2014). We use the equation (SFR(M⊙ yr−1) = 1.4 × 10−28 Lν(UV)(erg s−1 Hz−1) Kennicutt 1998). A few detailed observational studies of some individual dwarf galaxies with merging features have been reported in recent years (Rich et al. This may potentially lead to a difference in the star formation efficiency and overall evolutionary history of dwarf galaxies compared to giants. A machine-readable version of the full table is available. Computer modeling of the shells and the motion of the stars indicates that the dwarf galaxy first passed through the galactic center of the Milky Way 2.7 billion years ago. 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. A dwarf analog of the famous Antennae system (NGC 4038/NGC 4039) is represented by "A" (for Antennae e.g., Id0202-0922). You do not need to reset your password if you login via Athens or an Institutional login. Optical g-band and r-band magnitudes are listed in columns 5 and 6, respectively. 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). We aim to present the Fornax Deep Survey (FDS) dwarf galaxy catalog, focusing on explaining the data reduction and cal-ibrations, assessing the quality of the data, and describing the methods used for defining the cluster memberships and first order morphological classifications for the catalog objects. The final sample consists of 177 systems with a limit in the combined stellar mass of the system of <1010 M⊙. (2009) in gray. However, for dwarf galaxies, a 10 km s−1 velocity dispersion can make a significant contribution to the internal dynamics. The origin of the different dwarf galaxy types and the possible evolutionary links between them are the subject of much research and debate (Lisker 2009). In this section, we provide a short list of previously published studies on individual objects in our sample. According to hierarchical cosmology, theory predicts that they are common in the early universe. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) astronomers have detected 18 very metal-poor stars in the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. For convenience, we refer to them as satellite merging dwarf systems, and isolated merging dwarf systems, hereafter. 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Download table as:  The stellar masses were derived from the SDSS−r band magnitude with a mass-to-light ratio tabulated by Bell et al. springer, Dwarf galaxy research constitutes an extremely vibrant field of astrophysical research, with many long-standing questions still unsettled and new ones constantly arising. In the ΛCDM cosmology (Spergel et al. Since the SDSS data archive provides well calibrated and sky-background subtracted images, no further effort has been made in this regard. (2013). Using an Hα equivalent width threshold of 2.8 Å, the final sample of AGN dwarf galaxies is reduced to 37. The most recent galaxy catalog covering the whole cluster is the Fornax Cluster Catalog (FCC) … Select your desired journals and corridors below. Physical Properties of Merging Dwarf Galaxies. Column (2): adopted distance to the galaxy. Distribution of mass ratio and relative line-of-sight velocity for interacting dwarf pairs. You need an eReader or compatible software to experience the benefits of the ePub3 file format. An image scale of 30'' is shown by the black horizontal bar. The dashed line represents the escape velocity as a function of radius for a MW-like galaxy, derived from the best matched model in Klypin et al. Some of these resemble the dwarfs with the symmetrical-shaped shell features that were found in Paudel et al. 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. We note that the list is neither complete nor fully comprehensive, but we hope it provides a useful starting point for readers with an interest in a specific object or merging system. Sanjaya Paudel1, Rory Smith2, Suk Jin Yoon1, Paula Calderón-Castillo3, and Pierre-Alain Duc4, Published 2018 August 22 • Id11253803 is the best example of this scenario. Figure 5. Indeed, a study of the environmental dependence on the star formation activity in dwarf galaxies by Geha et al. However, in Figure 6 we found no evidence for an enhanced SFR in our merging dwarf systems compared to a sample of local-volume, star-forming galaxies. In this regard, the archival images of the CHFT6 SDSS catalog of stars in the Draco dwarf spheroidal galaxy Heather A. Rave1, Chongshan Zhao1, Heidi Jo Newberg1,BrianYanny2, Donald P. Schneider3,J.Brinkmann4,DonQ.Lamb5 ... the Draco dwarf spheroidal galaxy. (2014) already pointed out that Id10080227 is a compact elliptical galaxy (cE Chilingarian 2009), located in isolation, that may have formed through the merging of dwarf galaxies. 2014; Paudel et al. In Figure 9, we show a phase-space diagram of the satellite merging dwarf systems. DataTypeset image. This study is based on the archival images and spectra from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and Legacy Survey Data. It is not surprising that this sample is somewhat biased toward the brighter end of our stellar mass cut. Since these data are assembled from various sources in the literature, note the heterogeneity of the results. Additionally, we also use smaller apertures to measure the flux of the individual galaxies. We find that dwarf–dwarf interactions tend to prefer the low-density environment. Dwarf galaxies exhibit a strong morphological segregation: the most evolved/oldest dwarf galaxies (i.e., dwarf spheroidal (dSph) or dwarf early-type (dE)) are found exclusively in the group and cluster environments (Boselli & Gavazzi 2006; Kormendy et al. 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. We show the distribution of their mass ratios in Figure 7. 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). AST-0950945 to NOAO. 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. Column (3): g-r color. A total of 131,601 names from the 38 most common sources are listed. [2] 40,932 coordinates (56%) have standard deviations smaller than 10″. (2009; see the gray plots), who studied the FUV-derived SFRs of local-volume (<11 Mpc), star-forming galaxies. 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. Third, we present hydrodynamic simulations of dwarf galaxies experiencing a … 1 Department of Astronomy and Center for Galaxy Evolution Research, Yonsei University, Seoul 03722, Republic of Korea, 2 Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, Daejeon 305-348, Republic of Korea, 3 Astronomy Department, Universidad de Concepción, Casilla 160-C, Concepción, Chile, 4 Université de Strasbourg, CNRS, Observatoire astronomique de Strasbourg, UMR 7550, F-67000 Strasbourg, France, Sanjaya Paudel https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2922-6866, Rory Smith https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5303-6830, Suk Jin Yoon https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1842-4325, Received 2018 May 25 Bottom: examples of dwarfs that we classify as having interacted with another dwarf, categorized into three different types of tidal features (i.e., from left to right; interacting, tidal tail, and shell features). Given the large heterogeneity in the data collection procedure, only part of the scientific discussion can be considered qualitative. Column (10): number of neighboring galaxies within our search criteria—see Section 3. Column (8): H i mass. If this is the case, one might expect the progenitors of some dEs to exhibit characteristic features that arise during mergers, such as tidal debris. However, more isolated dwarf interacting pairs do not suffer from this issue, as there is no uncertainty as to whether a giant galaxy is responsible for the observed fine structure (e.g., tidal streams, tails, shells, etc.). The evolution of dwarf galaxies throughout the merging process has yet to be explored in detail. That may lead to an artificial reduction in the number of merging dwarf systems near giant galaxies. The possibilities that certain low-mass early-type galaxies (or dEs) might also be formed through mergers, similar to massive ellipticals, has been speculated in order to explain peculiar observational properties such as kinematically decoupled cores and boxy shape isophotes (Geha et al. (2014), will be published later (S. Paudel et al. Column (6): mass ratio of interacting galaxies. We show a simple histogram of the number of galaxies (which include both giants and dwarfs) found in the search area in Figure 11. (2002). Recently, a systematic study, in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) database, of dwarf galaxy pairs that are likely to be interacting, was presented by Stierwalt et al. There are three dwarf galaxy systems (Id0202-0922, Id1448-0342, Id14503534) that can be considered dwarf analogs to the Antennae system (NGC 4038/4039). Representative examples of dwarf galaxies with tidal features. In fact, Paudel et al. Whitmore6, A. Mok5, J.E. 2014; Crnojević et al. We present the largest publicly available catalog of interacting dwarf galaxies. There are three dwarf galaxies (Id0202-0922, Id1448-0342, Id14503534) that can be considered dwarf analogs to the Antennae system (NGC 4038/4039). 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? 2008). and redshift in columns 2, 3, 4, and 5, respectively. It is located about 346 million light-years away from Earth. XXII. We derive the g and r-band magnitudes. On the other hand, it is a common belief that the shallow potential well of low-mass galaxies causes them to be more sensitive to their surrounding environments than massive galaxies. 2013; Paudel & Ree 2014). This is because the SDSS provides the best homogeneous imaging data. (A A S ) journals as soon as they are published. Astrophysicists announced today that the merger produced a series of telltale shell-like … Figure 11. (2009) galaxies. However, dwarf spheroidals do not possess gas in the periphery, as do bright ellipticals. Therefore, we believe our sample will be more complete for these kinds of objects, as long as the interacting pairs show similar low-surface-brightness features as presented by our sample. Both observations and numerical simulations concur that massive elliptical galaxies were likely formed predominantly by the mergers of disk galaxies (Springel et al. You will need to select a minimum of one corridor. This large sample of disrupted galaxies or galaxies that exhibit tidal debris contains more than 700 candidates. We first search for such disrupted candidates in the large imaging database of the SDSS and the Legacy survey.5. We also made use of archival data from the Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope (CFHT), which is operated by the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada, the Institute National des Sciences de lÚnivers of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique of France, and the University of Hawaii. The last gray bar represents the number of merging dwarf systems that have more than 10 neighbor galaxies. In addition to this, in some cases, we further sub-classify them according to the details of their observed low-surface-brightness features; see below. For all images, the black horizontal bar represents a scale of 30''. As might be expected, the majority of the tidal features are created by interactions with their neighboring giant galaxies. Published 2018 August 22, galaxies: dwarf; galaxies: evolution; galaxies: interactions; galaxies: star formation. We compare the SFRs of candidate satellites and isolated merging dwarf systems; see Figure 10. The debate rages on with those two and may swing back tomorrow. We show examples of these two classes in Figure 1. A good example of this can be found in our shell feature dwarfs. 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. In these cases, the shells have a generally higher surface brightness than the tidal tails.
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. 2006, AJ, 131, 1163) and is … 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. Export citation and abstract (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). 1996; Gil de Paz et al. 2003; Martínez-Delgado et al. Figure 4. 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. 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. For example, the shell feature might be the product of a complete coalescence, while two well separated interacting dwarfs are probably in the earlier stages of their interaction. The Large Magellanic Cloud, which closely orbits the Milky Way and contains over 30 billion stars, is sometimes classified as a dwarf galaxy; others consider it a full-fledged galaxy. (2015) reported interactions between dwarf galaxies where the overall morphological appearance is similar to that of the well known giant system Arp 104. Star-forming objects may be preferentially selected because of the criterion to have a redshift, and it is easy to measure the redshifts from the emission lines of star-forming galaxies than from the absorption lines of non 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. 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 … dSph galaxies are small (300 pc metallicity and ages greater than a few gigayears. We start by selecting galaxies of magnitude Mr > −19 mag to ensure the parent sample of galaxies is predominantly composed of dwarf galaxies. 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 … Meanwhile, an S-shaped elongated stellar envelope is likely to be produced by tidal stretching from a nearby giant galaxy (Paudel et al. However, for this particular work, we focus on dwarf–dwarf interactions. 2009). While doing so, unrelated background and foreground objects were masked manually. In addition, 1 million objects were cataloged in the 2MASS Extended Source Catalog (2MASX). We present the result of aperture photometry in Table 1. It is clear that the majority of interactions are major interactions with a mass ratio of 5 or less, and the median is 4. They are mostly from single-dish observations, and we expect that a typical beam size of 3', like the Arecibo telescope, would be sufficient to entirely cover the interacting dwarf galaxies; these observations therefore must be considered measurements for the total, combined system. The American Astronomical Society. Interacting (I): in this class, we identify ongoing interactions between two dwarf galaxies. 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. In contrast, we select interacting dwarf galaxies according to their observed tidal features, and it is not necessary to have a radial velocity for both interacting members. 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. P.S. The SDSS website is http://www.sdss.org/. If a hint is found, we then re-examine the coadded fits file of the multiple bands available in the archive. We then extract a cutout color image from the SDSS sky-server and Legacy survey. When comparing S15's sample with only interacting pairs (I class), we find a significant difference in mass ratio for the member dwarf galaxies of the interacting pairs. Figure 3: WHAN diagram for the initial 102 dwarf galaxies with their median BPT spaxels classified as AGN/LINER. These selection criteria are indeed subjective. A plethora of observational studies now support the conclusion that mergers between galaxies are frequent phenomena. From the CHFT archive, we use the Megapipe stack7 2017). The Fornax Deep Survey (FDS), an imaging survey in the u', g', r', and i'-bands, has a supreme resolution and image depth compared to the previous spatially complete Fornax Cluster Catalog (FCC). 2009). and redshifts of candidate dwarf galaxies in columns 2, 3, and 4, respectively. In low-density environments, dwarfs are often much more gas-rich than giant galaxies. The Sagittarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy is currently in the process of being consumed by the Milky Way and is expected to pass through it within the next 100 million years. The primary goal of the catalog was to present photographs of examples of the different kinds of peculiar structures found among galaxies. We classify the morphologies of the low-surface-brightness features into various categories: shells, stellar streams, loops, Antennae-like systems, or interacting. We also show the local-volume (<11 Mpc), star-forming galaxy sample of Lee et al. The SFRs are derived from the FUV fluxes applying a foreground Galactic extinction correction (AFUV =7.9 × E(B− V) Lee et al. Recently, a systematic study, in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) database, of dwarf galaxy pairs that are likely to be interacting, was presented by Stierwalt et al. We retrieved archival images from the SDSS-III database (Abazajian et al. Next, we show the total stellar mass distribution of interacting/merging dwarf galaxies in Figure 4. Also, if we see a loop of a stellar stream around the galaxies, we identify this with an "L," e.g., Id09530702. To perform the photometric analysis and measure the total luminosity, we exclusively use the SDSS image data, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise. Figure 6. 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. The shell features are mainly found outside of the main body of the galaxies. It works to advance physics research, application and education; and engages with policy makers and the public to develop awareness and understanding of physics. Dwarf galaxies not only differ in mass from giant galaxies, but they also have higher gas mass fractions and lower star formation efficiencies. 2012; Rich et al. 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. 2015; Annibali et al. There are basically two methods for detecting dark matter … Star formation rate vs. blue-band absolute magnitude. 2017). For comparison, we also plot data from Lee et al. But certainly dwarf galaxies, by nature, are inherently low-surface-brightness systems and thus the tidal features emerging from them are often even more low-surface-brightness, making them challenging to detect. In fact, a small number of the S15 galaxies can be found in common with this sample, although they follow the same trend as our sample (see Figure 6.). Objects in the catalog are matched with ve previously published catalogs. 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. (2014), respectively. We also made use of the GALEX all-sky survey imaging data. 1956), which hosts a tidal dwarf galaxy (Nikiel-Wroczynski et al.´ 2014) and an ultra compact dwarf galaxy (Jennings et al.2015). The various sources may use different beam sizes, and exposure times, depending on the aim and scope of their individual projects (Paturel et al. P.C.-C. was supported by CONICYT (Chile) through Programa Nacional de Becas de Doctorado 2014 folio 21140882. It is based on the Lyon-Meudon Extragalactic Database (LEDA), which was originally started in 1983. It includes 177 nearby merging dwarf galaxies of stellar mass M 10 M $_ {\sun}$ and redshifts z 0.02. (2015), although the full catalog of 104 dwarf–dwarf pair galaxies with the names and positions of the galaxies has yet to be publicly released. 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. Additionally, we also search for the availability of deeper images in various publicly available archives. Bright 6, T.M. Table 1. The next papers in this series draw conclusions on the chemical evolution, gas dynamics, and star Formation histories from the catalog presented here. We note that the majority of tidal tails are relatively redder than their galaxies' main bodies (likely a distinct stellar population). Figure 10. Dale7, D. Calzetti8, J.E. Thus, it is probable that many of these are not bound to their hosts, and in many cases our 700 kpc search radius and ±700 km s−1 velocity range search criteria are not robust enough to characterize whether our merging dwarfs are hosted by their nearest giant host. Column (4): B-band absolute magnitude. However, we only calculate the total UV flux of the systems, and not that for the individual galaxies, because the GALEX images have a spatial resolution of only 5'' and the individual galaxies are not well resolved. 1973; Barnes & Hibbard 2009; Struck & Smith 2012; Duc & Renaud 2013). Despite these detailed studies of a few intriguing examples, very little is known about whether these systems are representative of dwarf–dwarf interactions in general. 2012). This is the first publicly available catalog in this vein. This procedure is quite straightforward if the interacting galaxies are not well separated or already merged. The two highlighted interacting dwarf pairs, LMC–SMC and UGC 4703, have a small radius and large velocity, near the escape velocity boundary, perhaps indicating they are recent infallers into their hosts (Rhee et al. Some 30 possess shell features and the rest (49) show tidal tails of different forms. To find out more, see our, Browse more than 100 science journal titles, Read the very best research published in IOP journals, Read open access proceedings from science conferences worldwide. To date, no systematic effort has been made to present a sample of interacting dwarf galaxies that is statistical enough to study the properties of interacting dwarf galaxies and their roles in the evolution of low-mass galaxies. Much work has been done to understand the physical processes driving galaxy evolution in the mergers of massive galaxies. The Milky Way Galaxy A spiral galaxy, type Sbc, centered in Sagittarius. Comparison of the star formation rates of satellite (star) and isolated (dot) merging dwarfs systems. We find that only 41 dwarf galaxy merging systems have giant neighbors. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login. 2009; Lisker 2009). We show an example of these different morphological classes of merging dwarf galaxies in Figure 2. DataTypeset images: 1 2 3. The obscured dwarf galaxy PGC 39058 Hubble image of the elliptical galaxy PGC 6240. The red color in the blue of the flocculent arms certainly would indicate it could be a background (or foreground) dwarf galaxy of old stars. 2007), the assembly of large-scale structure happens in a hierarchical fashion, and mergers play a fundamental role in both the growth and evolution of galaxies (Conselice et al. Dwarf–dwarf interactions might also be distinct from giant–giant interactions for another reason. 2003) or dwarf irregulars (dIrs, Gallagher et al. Figure 12 shows postage images prepared from fits images downloaded from various archives. Despite their low luminosity, they may contain large amounts of dark matter, and thus contribute greatly to the mass of the Universe. Previously in 2011, Reines and her colleagues used VLA to discover the first massive black hole in a dwarf starburst galaxy in 2011. The 200 stars appear to have come from a merger between the Milky Way and a dwarf galaxy long ago. A dwarf galaxy indeed. Note. 2004; Paudel et al. 2003; Meyer et al. Background. 2007; Duc et al. In this paper, we present a sample of interacting dwarf galaxy systems. http://www.cadc-ccda.hia-iha.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/en/megapipe/, http://www.sdss3.org/dr8/algorithms/sdssUBVRITransform.php, This site uses cookies. The B-band magnitudes are derived from the SDSS g-band and r-band magnitudes using the equation B=g\,+0.3130\times (g-r)+0.2271.8 (2017) (e.g., Id09381942, Id10354614, Id12464814). It is worth noting that the above classification scheme is not mutually exclusive, and in a number of cases there are overlaps. 2014). We use the equation (SFR(M⊙ yr−1) = 1.4 × 10−28 Lν(UV)(erg s−1 Hz−1) Kennicutt 1998). A few detailed observational studies of some individual dwarf galaxies with merging features have been reported in recent years (Rich et al. This may potentially lead to a difference in the star formation efficiency and overall evolutionary history of dwarf galaxies compared to giants. A machine-readable version of the full table is available. Computer modeling of the shells and the motion of the stars indicates that the dwarf galaxy first passed through the galactic center of the Milky Way 2.7 billion years ago. 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. A dwarf analog of the famous Antennae system (NGC 4038/NGC 4039) is represented by "A" (for Antennae e.g., Id0202-0922). You do not need to reset your password if you login via Athens or an Institutional login. Optical g-band and r-band magnitudes are listed in columns 5 and 6, respectively. 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). We aim to present the Fornax Deep Survey (FDS) dwarf galaxy catalog, focusing on explaining the data reduction and cal-ibrations, assessing the quality of the data, and describing the methods used for defining the cluster memberships and first order morphological classifications for the catalog objects. The final sample consists of 177 systems with a limit in the combined stellar mass of the system of <1010 M⊙. (2009) in gray. However, for dwarf galaxies, a 10 km s−1 velocity dispersion can make a significant contribution to the internal dynamics. The origin of the different dwarf galaxy types and the possible evolutionary links between them are the subject of much research and debate (Lisker 2009). In this section, we provide a short list of previously published studies on individual objects in our sample. According to hierarchical cosmology, theory predicts that they are common in the early universe. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) astronomers have detected 18 very metal-poor stars in the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. For convenience, we refer to them as satellite merging dwarf systems, and isolated merging dwarf systems, hereafter. 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