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Blanton, M R 
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Hogg, D 
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Bahcall, N A 
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Baldry, I K 
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Brinkmann, J 
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Csabai, I 
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Eisenstein, D 
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Fukugita, M 
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Gunn, J E 
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Ivezic, Z 
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Lamb, D Q 
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Lupton, R H 
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Loveday, J 
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Munn, J A 
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Nichol, R C 
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Okamura, S 
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Schlegel, D J 
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Shimasaku, K 
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Strauss, M A 
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Vogeley, M S 
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Weinberg, D H 
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2020-08-08T20:13:12Z
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2020-08-08T20:13:12Z
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2003
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http://hdl.handle.net/10831/49210
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Using photometry and spectroscopy of 183,487 galaxies from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, we present bivariate distributions of pairs of seven galaxy properties: four optical colors, surface brightness, radial profile shape as measured by the Sersic index, and absolute magnitude. In addition, we present the dependence of local galaxy density (smoothed on 8 h(-1) Mpc scales) on all of these properties. Several classic, well-known relations among galaxy properties are evident at extremely high signal-to-noise ratio: the color-color relations of galaxies, the color-magnitude relations, the magnitude-surface brightness relation, and the dependence of density on color and absolute magnitude. We show that most of the i-band luminosity density in the universe is in the absolute magnitude and surface brightness ranges used: - 23.5 < M-0,M-1i < - 17.0 mag and 17 < mu(0.1i) < 24 mag in 1 arcsec(2) [ the notation (z)b represents the b band shifted blueward by a factor (1 + z)]. Some of the relationships between parameters, in particular the color-magnitude relations, show stronger correlations for exponential galaxies and concentrated galaxies taken separately than for all galaxies taken together. We provide a simple set of fits of the dependence of galaxy properties on luminosity for these two sets of galaxies and other quantitative details of our results.
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Angol
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The broadband optical properties of galaxies with redshifts 0.02 z 0.22
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folyóiratcikk
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2020-06-05T11:36:04Z
Scope
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186-207
Doi ID
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10.1086/375528
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000185087400016
ID Scopus
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5644297638
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1064347
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1
abbreviated journal
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ASTROPHYS J
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ASTROPHYSICAL JOURNAL
Volume Number
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594
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2003
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Komplex Rendszerek Fizikája Tanszék
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Komplex Rendszerek Fizikája Tanszék


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