By Gérard de Vaucouleurs (auth.), Tim De Zeeuw (eds.)
IAU Symposium 127 used to be held in Princeton on could 28-31, 1986, on the Institute for complicated research. there have been one hundred fifty members from 19 nations. This was once the 1st IAU Symposium committed solely to elliptical galaxies. the decade has been a interval of really swift development regard ing our realizing of elliptical galaxies, pushed at the observational facet through a wealth of latest photometric and spectroscopic information, and at the theoretical part by way of the popularity that ellipticals are slowly rotating triaxial structures, rather than rotationally flattened our bodies. The 30 invited audio system reviewed all facets of this growth, its outcomes, and the main extraordinary difficulties. approximately eighty poster contributions have been displayed at some stage in the assembly. those contained a few of the latest advancements. the 1st a part of those lawsuits comprises the written models of the invited stories and the precis, within the order in their presentation. The accompanying discussions are according to the written models of questions and solutions as passed in via the members. the second one a part of this e-book is dedicated to the poster contribu tions. they've been grouped in a thematic order, continuing from morphology to concept. Indices of gadgets, matters, and names are supplied. regrettably, not one of the invited individuals from the USSR have been in a position to attend the Symposium. The lawsuits contain the written models of the deliberate contributions through Popov and Polyachenko.
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I+' +~ t 1+ H tf tt + - tf - o ,. -- _e_ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .. - 1 o l+: tIt t . 1 10 20 30 r (orcsec) 40 1 ~ 50 60 Fig. 11. - Rotation and velocity dispersion curves in NGC 3115. Large points are from an 1800 s exposure and small ones from a 900 s exposure with the CFHT. The plus signs are measurements by Illingworth and Schechter (1982). 4 NGC 3115 The present program has produced one new BH candidate. Figure 11 shows rotation and dispersion curves for the edge-on SO galaxy NGC 3115.
Structure and Dynamics of Elliptical Galaxies: Proceedings of the 127th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union Held in Princeton, U.S.A., May 27–31, 1986 by Gérard de Vaucouleurs (auth.), Tim De Zeeuw (eds.)