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Formation and evolution of sub-galactic structures in a cosmological context

  • Kyungwon Chun (a1), Jihye Shin (a2) and Sungsoo S. Kim (a1) (a3)

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In this study, we aim to trace formation of the primordial globular cluster, ultra faint dwarf galaxy, and ultra compact dwarf in a cosmological context of a high-resolution hydrodynamic zoom-in simulation. We show that the baryon-dominated systems have experienced more interactions with the mini halos before infalling to the main halo.

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Formation and evolution of sub-galactic structures in a cosmological context

  • Kyungwon Chun (a1), Jihye Shin (a2) and Sungsoo S. Kim (a1) (a3)

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