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Stellar Kinematics and Environment at z~0.8 in the LEGA-C Survey: Massive, Slow-Rotators are Built First in Overdense Environments

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  • Justin Cole
  • Rachel Bezanson
  • Arjen van der Wel
  • Eric Bell
  • Francesco D'Eugenio
  • Marijn Franx
  • Anna Gallazzi
  • Josha van Houdt
  • Adam Muzzin
  • Camilla Pacifici
  • Jesse van de Sande
  • David Sobral
  • Caroline Straatman
  • Po-Feng Wu
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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>8/01/2020
<mark>Journal</mark>Astrophysical Journal Letters
Publication statusAccepted/In press
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

In this letter, we investigate the impact of environment on integrated and spatially-resolved stellar kinematics of a sample of massive, quiescent galaxies at intermediate redshift ($0.6

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10 pages, 5 figures, ApJ Letters