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Optical Studies of Small Groups of Galaxies

  • Edwin L. Turner
Part of the International Astronomical Union / Union Astronomique Internationale book series (IAUS, volume 79)

Abstract

Galaxies occur in a wide variety of systems ranging from binary pairs through small groups to rich clusters. These systems in turn possess a wide range of densities, with typical separations between bright (L ≳ L* = 3.4 × 1010 L) galaxies varying from ≲ 10 kpc up to ~ 1 Mpc. Among the most common of these systems are small, loose groups containing ≲ 10 bright galaxies with separations ≳ 100 kpc. Such systems probably contain a substantial fraction of all galaxies (de Vaucouleurs 1975; van den Bergh 1962; Karachentseva 1973). Familiar examples include the Local Group and M81 group.

Keywords

Local Group Galaxy Cluster Luminosity Function Simulated Group mUltiplicity Function 
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© International Astronomical Union 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • Edwin L. Turner
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  1. 1.Harvard College ObservatoryUSA

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