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Table B.1.

Sample of major (mass ratio of 1:1−1:6) close pairs of galaxies identified in the four MUSE fields.

MUSE ID1 z1 MUSE ID2 z2 rp Δv MUSE field
[log(M)] [log(M)] [kpc] [km s−1]
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
10 0.275 8.3 6368 0.276 8.8 23.3 34 UDF-Mosaic
24 2.544 9.8 35 2.544 10.0 14.5 17 UDF-Mosaic
30 1.096 8.9 84 1.096 8.8 35.7 55 UDF-Mosaic
31 1.851 9.6 6668 1.851 9.3 49.8 23 UDF-Mosaic
32 1.307 9.2 65 1.307 9.0 38.9 43 UDF-Mosaic
32 1.307 9.2 121 1.306 8.6 11.7 72 UDF-Mosaic
46 1.413 9.3 92 1.414 8.5 8.2 20 UDF-Mosaic
65 1.307 9.0 121 1.306 8.6 42.5 115 UDF-Mosaic
96 0.622 7.7 108 0.622 7.8 20.7 55 UDF-Mosaic
399 5.137 7.5 627 5.136 7.2 26.2 55 UDF-Mosaic

Notes. Labels 1 and 2 denote the primary and secondary galaxy, respectively. Columns (1) and (4): identification number in the MUSE-based catalogues. Columns (2) and (5): MUSE spectroscopic redshift. Columns (3) and (6): stellar mass in logarithmic units. Columns (7) and (8): projected separation (in kpc) and velocity difference (in km s−1) between the two galaxies in the pair, respectively. Cols. (9): sky region observed with MUSE: UDF-Mosaic, HDFS, COSMOS group CGR30, and A2744. (Extract, first ten rows; full table is available at the CDS).

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