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Fig. B.14


Morpho-kinematics maps for galaxy ID #20. Description is given from left to right. Top row: HST/WFPC2 F814W image, Galfit model (disk+bulge), and residuals, both in arbitrary log-scale units. Second row: MUSE [O iii]λ5007 flux map (log scale) with the PSF FWHM size indicated with the black circle, and corresponding S/N map (linear scale). Third row: MUSE observed velocity field from [O iii]λ5007, velocity field of the 2D rotating disk model, and associated residual velocity field. Bottom: MUSE observed velocity dispersion map from [O iii]λ5007, velocity dispersion map deduced from the 2D velocity field model (which takes into account the beam smearing effect and spectral resolution), and deconvolved associated velocity dispersion map. In each map, north is up and east is left. The center used for kinematic modeling is indicated with a white cross, the position angle is indicated by the black line that ends at the effective radius.

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