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  • H. Bravo-Alfaro
  • P. Granados
  • F. Navarro-Poupard
  • T.C. Scott
  • E. Brinks
  • L. Cortese
  • Y.D. Mayya
  • F. Durret
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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Pages (from-to)296-299
JournalProceedings of the International Astronomical Union
Journal publication date1 Dec 2010
Volume6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2010

Abstract

We are carrying out a multifrequency survey of late type galaxies in nearby clusters with the aim to investigate the effects exerted by both the very local and the global cluster environments. We report new VLA-HI images of galaxies in Abell 1367 and study the evolution of their gaseous component. In Abell 85 we perform a deep NIR imaging survey of the brightest spirals projected up to 1.0 Abell radius with the aim of unveiling possible gravitational effects on their stellar disks. Here we show preliminary results of these projects, mainly focused on infalling compact groups of galaxies moving towards their respective cluster centers.

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Tracing the ancestry of galaxies (on the land of our ancestors) Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 277, 2010 C. Carignan, F. Combes & K.C. Freeman, eds.

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