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An interesting case of the formation and evolution of a barred galaxy in cosmological context
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Elongated, bar-like galaxies without a significant disk component, with little rotation support and no gas, often form as a result of tidal interactions with a galaxy cluster, as was recently demonstrated using the IllustrisTNG-100 simulation. Galaxies that exhibit similar properties are, however, also found to be infalling into the cluster for the first time. We use the same simulation to study in detail the history of such a galaxy over cosmic time in order to determine its origin. The bardoi:10.1051/0004-6361/202039425 fatcat:wcg3xq57sjawvh4gbcn3feorsm