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How the first stars shaped the faintest gas-dominated dwarf galaxies

Robbert Verbeke (UGent) , Bert Vandenbroucke (UGent) and Sven De Rijcke (UGent)
(2016) IAU Symposium Proceedings Series. 11(S317). p.362-363
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Cosmological simulations predict that dark matter halos with circular velocities lower than 30 km/s should have lost most of their neutral gas by heating of the ultra-violet background. This is in stark contrast with gas-rich galaxies such as e.g. Leo T, Leo P and Pisces A, which all have circular velocities of similar to 15 km/s (Ryan-Weber et al. 2008, Bernstein-Cooper et al. 2014, Tollerud et al. 2015). We show that when we include feedback from the first stars into our models, simulated dwarfs have very different properties at redshift 0 than when this form of feedback is not included. Including this Population-III feedback leads to galaxies that lie on the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation over the entire mass range of star forming dwarf galaxies, as well as reproducing a broad range of other observational properties.
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dwarf galaxies, first stars, galaxy formation, galaxy evolugtion

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Verbeke, Robbert, Bert Vandenbroucke, and Sven De Rijcke. “How the First Stars Shaped the Faintest Gas-dominated Dwarf Galaxies.” IAU Symposium Proceedings Series. Vol. 11. 2016. 362–363. Print.
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Verbeke, Robbert, Vandenbroucke, B., & De Rijcke, S. (2016). How the first stars shaped the faintest gas-dominated dwarf galaxies. IAU Symposium Proceedings Series (Vol. 11, pp. 362–363). Presented at the 317th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union.
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Verbeke, Robbert, Bert Vandenbroucke, and Sven De Rijcke. 2016. “How the First Stars Shaped the Faintest Gas-dominated Dwarf Galaxies.” In IAU Symposium Proceedings Series, 11:362–363.
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Verbeke, Robbert, Bert Vandenbroucke, and Sven De Rijcke. 2016. “How the First Stars Shaped the Faintest Gas-dominated Dwarf Galaxies.” In IAU Symposium Proceedings Series, 11:362–363.
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Verbeke R, Vandenbroucke B, De Rijcke S. How the first stars shaped the faintest gas-dominated dwarf galaxies. IAU Symposium Proceedings Series. 2016. p. 362–3.
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R. Verbeke, B. Vandenbroucke, and S. De Rijcke, “How the first stars shaped the faintest gas-dominated dwarf galaxies,” in IAU Symposium Proceedings Series, Honolulu, HI, USA, 2016, vol. 11, no. S317, pp. 362–363.
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  abstract     = {Cosmological simulations predict that dark matter halos with circular velocities lower than 30 km/s should have lost most of their neutral gas by heating of the ultra-violet background. This is in stark contrast with gas-rich galaxies such as e.g. Leo T, Leo P and Pisces A, which all have circular velocities of similar to 15 km/s (Ryan-Weber et al. 2008, Bernstein-Cooper et al. 2014, Tollerud et al. 2015). We show that when we include feedback from the first stars into our models, simulated dwarfs have very different properties at redshift 0 than when this form of feedback is not included. Including this Population-III feedback leads to galaxies that lie on the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation over the entire mass range of star forming dwarf galaxies, as well as reproducing a broad range of other observational properties.},
  author       = {Verbeke, Robbert and Vandenbroucke, Bert and De Rijcke, Sven},
  booktitle    = {IAU Symposium Proceedings Series},
  isbn         = {9781107138193},
  issn         = {1743-9213},
  keywords     = {dwarf galaxies,first stars,galaxy formation,galaxy evolugtion},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Honolulu, HI, USA},
  number       = {S317},
  pages        = {362--363},
  title        = {How the first stars shaped the faintest gas-dominated dwarf galaxies},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S174392131500856X},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2016},
}

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