Volume 562, February 2014
|Number of page(s)||27|
|Published online||17 February 2014|
Figure A.1 shows WFC3-IR H160 cutouts of all the galaxies of our sample, arranged in order of increasing redshift. The chosen display for the 4” × 4” cutouts is a square root scale with fixed minimum and maximum pixel count limits, to ensure a uniform background. This means that some galaxy images may appear to be saturated. We point out, however, that the visual classification was done by looking at the images display in a linear scale too. On each snapshot, the GMASS identification number, galaxy redshift and visual classification are also indicated, using different colours according to the morphological type.
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