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low surface brightness universe IAU Colloquium 171 : proceedings of an IAU colloquium held at Cardiff, Wales, 5-10 July, 1998 by IAU Colloquium (171st 1998 Cardiff, Wales)

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Published by Astronomical Society of the Pacific in San Francisco, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Galaxies -- Congresses.,
  • Surface brightness (Astronomy) -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by J.I. Davies, C. Impey, and S. Phillipps.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesAstronomical Society of the Pacific conference series ;, v. 170
ContributionsDavies, Jonathan I., Impey, Chris., Phillipps, S.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQB857.5.S87 I38 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 400 p. :
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL53692M
ISBN 101886733929
LC Control Number99062757

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Low surface brightness galaxies have been systematically excluded from almost every published catalog of galaxies. This new sample is being used to adress several issues, including the form of the galaxy luminosity function when corrected for surface brightness selection effects, the large scale clustering of diffuse stellar systems, and the nature of the faint blue galaxies seen in deep pencil .   Galaxies in the low-surface-brightness Universe - the new frontier in galaxy evolution studies The Universe in a Nutshell Brightness, Luminosity and Flux - Duration:   New and forthcoming deep-wide surveys, from instruments like the HSC, LSST and EUCLID, are poised to revolutionize our understanding of galaxy evolution, by revealing aspects of galaxies that are largely invisible in past wide-area datasets. These surveys will open up the realm of low-surface-brightness (LSB) and dwarf galaxies -- which dominate the galaxy number density -- for .   Even for these galaxies, our data are also consistent with constant-density cores (α = 0) of modest (~1 kpc) core radius, which can give the illusion of steep cusps when insufficiently resolved. Consequently, there is no clear evidence for a cuspy halo in any of the low surface brightness .