- Table 2:
Table of Fornax parameters. 1. This work. 2. Mateo et al. (1998).
The position angle is defined as the angle between North and the major-axis of the galaxy
measured counter-clockwise; the ellipticity is
e= 1 - b/a.
- Table 3:
Parameters of best-fitting King model (core radius, ,
tidal radius, ),
Sersic model (Sersic radius, ,
shape parameter, m), exponential model (scale radius, )
and Plummer model (scale radius, b)
for all stellar populations, intermediate age and old stellar components in Fornax dSph. For each model
we also compute the half-number radius, ;
for the Plummer model this coincides with b. The
errors in the parameters are formal errors from the fitting procedure.
- Table 5:
Number of stars, weighted mean heliocentric velocity, and line of sight velocity dispersion
for Fornax members (all mem), metal rich (MR) and metal poor (MP)
stars at every elliptical radius (all r), and in 3 distance bins (r<0.4, 0.4<r<0.7, r>0.7 deg).
- Table 1:
Table of Fornax ESO/WFI observations.
The seeing is the average stellar FWHM from the final image.
- Table 4:
Data for the observed VLT/FLAMES targets in Fornax dSph. Column (1) ID; (2)
(4) V magnitude; (5) ;
(6) I magnitude; (7) ;
(8) signal-to-noise ratio per Å ; (9) [Fe/H]; (10)
(11) membership (Y= kinematic member; N= kinematic non-member).
The errors in metallicity are based on S/N computations and adjusted to agree with repeated measurements.