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Star formation history and dynamical evolution of the solar neighbourhood

  • Andreas Just (a1), Reza Moetazedian (a1) and Evgeny Polyachenko (a2)

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Based on cosmological re-simulations we have shown that the impact of satellite galaxies has a minor effect on the thin disc heating. In contrast satellite galaxies can generate long-lived warps of the outer disc and they can advance or delay bar formation significantly.

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Diemand, J., Kuhlen, M., Madau, P. et al. 2008, Nature, 454, 735
Moetazedian, R., Polyachenko, E., Berczik, P., & Just, A. 2017, A&A, 604, A75
Moetazedian, R. & Just, A. 2016, MNRAS, 459, 2905
Polyachenko, E., Berczik, P., & Just, A. 2016, MNRAS, 462, 3727
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Star formation history and dynamical evolution of the solar neighbourhood

  • Andreas Just (a1), Reza Moetazedian (a1) and Evgeny Polyachenko (a2)

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