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Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C: Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies

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Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C : Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies. / Bezanson, Rachel; Wel, Arjen van der; Pacifici, Camilla; Noeske, Kai; Barišić, Ivana; Bell, Eric F.; Brammer, Gabriel B.; Calhau, Joao; Chauke, Priscilla; Dokkum, Pieter van; Franx, Marijn; Gallazzi, Anna; Houdt, Josha van; Labbé, Ivo; Maseda, Michael V.; Muños-Mateos, Juan Carlos; Muzzin, Adam; Sande, Jesse van de; Sobral, David; Straatman, Caroline; Wu, Po-Feng.

In: The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 858, No. 1, 60, 04.05.2018.

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Bezanson, R, Wel, AVD, Pacifici, C, Noeske, K, Barišić, I, Bell, EF, Brammer, GB, Calhau, J, Chauke, P, Dokkum, PV, Franx, M, Gallazzi, A, Houdt, JV, Labbé, I, Maseda, MV, Muños-Mateos, JC, Muzzin, A, Sande, JVD, Sobral, D, Straatman, C & Wu, P-F 2018, 'Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C: Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies', The Astrophysical Journal, vol. 858, no. 1, 60. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/aabc55

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Bezanson, R., Wel, A. V. D., Pacifici, C., Noeske, K., Barišić, I., Bell, E. F., ... Wu, P-F. (2018). Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C: Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal, 858(1), [60]. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/aabc55

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Bezanson R, Wel AVD, Pacifici C, Noeske K, Barišić I, Bell EF et al. Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C: Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies. The Astrophysical Journal. 2018 May 4;858(1). 60. https://doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/aabc55

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Bezanson, Rachel ; Wel, Arjen van der ; Pacifici, Camilla ; Noeske, Kai ; Barišić, Ivana ; Bell, Eric F. ; Brammer, Gabriel B. ; Calhau, Joao ; Chauke, Priscilla ; Dokkum, Pieter van ; Franx, Marijn ; Gallazzi, Anna ; Houdt, Josha van ; Labbé, Ivo ; Maseda, Michael V. ; Muños-Mateos, Juan Carlos ; Muzzin, Adam ; Sande, Jesse van de ; Sobral, David ; Straatman, Caroline ; Wu, Po-Feng. / Spatially Resolved Stellar Kinematics from LEGA-C : Increased Rotational Support in z~0.8 Quiescent Galaxies. In: The Astrophysical Journal. 2018 ; Vol. 858, No. 1.

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AU - Noeske, Kai

AU - Barišić, Ivana

AU - Bell, Eric F.

AU - Brammer, Gabriel B.

AU - Calhau, Joao

AU - Chauke, Priscilla

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AU - Labbé, Ivo

AU - Maseda, Michael V.

AU - Muños-Mateos, Juan Carlos

AU - Muzzin, Adam

AU - Sande, Jesse van de

AU - Sobral, David

AU - Straatman, Caroline

AU - Wu, Po-Feng

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