The XXL Survey: XXII. The XXL-North spectrophotometric sample and galaxy stellar mass function in X-ray detected groups and clusters

V. Guglielmo, B. M. Poggianti, B. Vulcani, C. Adami, F. Gastaldello, S. Ettori, S. Fotoupoulou, E. Koulouridis, M. E. Ramos Ceja, P. Giles, S. McGee, B. Altieri, I. Baldry, M. Birkinshaw, M. Bolzonella, A. Bongiorno, L. Chiappetti, S. Driver, A. Elyiv, A. EvrardB. Garilli, M. Grootes, L. Guennou, A. Hopkins, C. Horellou, A. Iovino, C. Lidman, J. Liske, S. Maurogordato, M. Owers, F. Pacaud, S. Paltani, M. Pierre, M. Plionis, T. Ponman, A. Robotham, T. Sadibekova, M. Scodeggio, M. Sereno, V. Smolvcic, R. Tuffs, I. Valtchanov, C. Vignali, J. Willis

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Abstract

The fraction of galaxies bound in groups in the nearby Universe is high (50% at z~0). Systematic studies of galaxy properties in groups are important in order to improve our understanding of the evolution of galaxies and of the physical phenomena occurring within this environment. We have built a complete spectrophotometric sample of galaxies within X-ray detected, optically spectroscopically confirmed groups and clusters (G
Original languageEnglish
JournalAstronomy and Astrophysics
Early online date6 Nov 2017
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 6 Nov 2017

Bibliographical note

20 pages, 18 figures, 6 tables, accepted for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics

Keywords

  • astro-ph.GA
  • 85A04

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