Galaxies 3: Relevant Articles, Mostly Reviews, In Reverse Time Order

  1. Steven Ndung'u, et al., 2023_12_01, Advances on the morphological classification of radio galaxies: A review, 17 pages.
  2. Robert A. Crain, Freeke van de Voort, 2023_09_29, Hydrodynamical simulations of the galaxy population: enduring successes and outstanding challenges, 46 pages.
  3. Peter Laursen, 2023_09_05_sep05, Galaxy formation from a timescale perspective, 13 pages.
  4. David H. Weinberg, 2023_06_15_jun15, New Dimensions of Galactic Chemical Evolution, 10 pages.
  5. Moncy V. John & K. Babu Joseph, 2023_06_05_jun05, Cosmological significance of the early bright galaxies observed with JWST, 10 pages:
  6. Vadim V. Bobylev & Anisa T. Bajkov, 2023_05_28_may28, Review of current estimates of the Galaxy mass: They mean Milky Way mass.
  7. Federico Lelli, 2023, 2023_05_25_may25, Mass models of disk galaxies from gas dynamics, 10 pages:
  8. S. Walch, 2023_02_28_feb28?, Stellar feedback from sub-parsec to galactic scales, 7 pages:
  9. Francoise Combes, 2023_02_24_feb24, Galactic bulge-black hole co-evolution, feeding and feedback of AGNs, 39 pages
  10. Francoise Combes, 2023_02_24_feb24, Spiral Galaxies, 40 pages:
  11. Martin G. H. Krause, 2023_02_01_feb01, Jet Feedback in Star-Forming Galaxies, 15 pages:
  12. Marc Huertas-Company & Fran├žois Lanuss, 2023_01_31_jaa n31, The DAWES review 10: The impact of deep learning for the analysis of galaxy surveys, 62 pages:
  13. Manuel Aravena, 2023__01__31_jan31?, The cold gas supply through cosmic time: insights on the galaxy assembly at early epochs, 9 pages:
  14. Elisabete da Cunha, 2022_11_02_nov02, The dust properties of star-forming galaxies in the first billion years, 10 pages:
  15. A. Boselli, et al. 2021_09_28_sep28, Ram Pressure Stripping in High-Density Environments, 100 pages:
  16. Andrew B. Newman, 2021_01_01_jan01?, Recent insights into massive galaxy formation from observing structural evolution (Review), 8 pages:
  17. A. Cimatti et al. 2020_01_01_jan01, Introduction to Galaxy Formation and Evolution: From Primordial Gas to Present-Day Galaxies, 571+14 pages: Also see Cimatti: Introduction to Galaxy Formation and Evolution: From Primordial Gas to Present-Day Galaxies (2020), $57.59
  18. Hannu Karttunen et al. 2017_01_01_jan01, Fundamental Astronomy, 548 pages: A online textbook. See p. 91ff for surface brightness, but maybe not more than in Cimatti (2020).
  19. Simon Driver et al., 2016_02_01_feb01, Galaxy And Mass Assembly (GAMA): Panchromatic Data Release (far-UV-far-IR) and the low-z energy budget, 32 pages: The pdf is better than the arXiv version Driver et al. (2016). See p. 21, F. 23 for the comparable image shown by shown Cimatti (2020), p. 35.
  20. L. Ciotti1 & G. Bertin, 1999_11_05_nov05, Analytical properties of the R^(1/m) luminosity law, 10 pages: Analytic details of the Sersic profile. This paper does NOT treat why the Sersic profile is physically plausible. Maybe it is just an empirical formula that works rather well.
  21. Paul Schechter, 1976, An Analytic Expression for the Luminosity Function for Galaxies: There is some theoretical motivation, but primarily the Schechter luminosity function (Schechter function) is an empirical fit.
  22. Charlotte E. Moore & Paul. W. Merril, 1968, Partial Grotrian Diagrams of Astrophysical Interest, 80 pages: Very dated, but still very useful for quick reference. See also another pdf version moore.pdf which is actually more easily accessed and downloaded.
  23. Gerard de Vaucouleurs, 1948, Recerches sur Nebuleuses Extragalactique, 43 pages: The abstract gives the de Vaucouleurs surface bright surface brightness profile in logarithmic form that was later generalized to the Sersic profile.