The star-forming regions (SFRs)in the peculiar galaxies NGC 660, NGC 1512, NGC 4395 and NGC 4618 are studied. The relationships between such characteristics of star-forming regions as UV, near- and far-IR fluxes, as well as in the Hα and H I lines, surface brightness in these ranges, and the scatter of the radial velocities of ionized and neutral hydrogen are considered. It is shown that in all the galaxies considered, the IR fluxes from SFRs are less than in the ¿¿ galaxies, galaxies, but for different reasons: in the galaxies with signs of recent interaction NGC 660 and NGC 1512, this is due to the low surface brightness of SFRs; in the lopsided galaxies NGC 4395 and NGC 4618, the low brightness of SFRs in the infrared range is due to their compact size. These differences indicate that the star formation process depends not only on the morphological type of a galaxy, but also on many other factors.
|Título traduzido da contribuição||STUDY OF STAR-FORMING REGIONS IN THE PECULIAR GALAXIES NGC 660, NGC 1512, NGC 4395, AND NGC 4618|
|Número de páginas||15|
|Número de emissão||3|
|Estado da publicação||Published - 2020|
- 41.00.00 ASTRONOMY
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