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The cosmic epoch dependence of environmental effects on size evolution of red-sequence early-type galaxies
Astronomy and Astrophysics
[abridged] This work aims to observationally investigate the history of size growth of early-type galaxies and how the growth depends on cosmic epoch and the mass of the halo in which they are embedded. We carried out a photometric and structural analysis in the rest-frame V band of a mass-selected ( M/M_ >10.7) sample of red-sequence early-type galaxies with spectroscopic/grism redshift in the general field up to z=2 to complement a previous work presenting an identical analysis but in halosdoi:10.1051/0004-6361/201832627 fatcat:76nwxxchzbgknfpdiaka3lduku