Tracing the galaxy evolution and morphologies using the DM and Stellar halo from the cosmological hydrodynamical simulations of TNG
Institute for Theory and Computation
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
Abstract: One of the fundamental questions about the galaxy evolution is the redshift evolution of the galaxy morphology as traced by DM and stars. Tracking the galaxy morphology enables us to shed light about how the galaxies are evolved with time and also to connect the visible matter, traced by stars, with the invisible matter, DM. In this talk, we will use the next generation (TNG) of cosmological simulations and study the morphology of DM and stars in a sample of Milky Way like galaxies at zero redshift. We will also present how does the galaxy morphology vary with the time. It is intriguing to investigate how does the major mergers affect the galaxy morphology.
یکشنبه 3 اسفند 1399، ساعت 19:00
Sunday 21 February 2021 – 19:00 Tehran Time
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