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# NIFS Science Drivers

NIFS Science Drivers. Science Drivers. Massive black holes. R ~ 3000-5000 AGN in nearby galaxies. R ~ 3000 Low mass stars. R ~ 1000 Compact star clusters. R ~ 2000 YSO jet mechanisms. R ~ 3000-6000 YSO/cloud interactions. R ~ 6000 Proto/planetary nebulae. R ~ 6000

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1. NIFS Science Drivers

2. Science Drivers • Massive black holes.R ~ 3000-5000 • AGN in nearby galaxies.R ~ 3000 • Low mass stars.R ~ 1000 • Compact star clusters.R ~ 2000 • YSO jet mechanisms.R ~ 3000-6000 • YSO/cloud interactions.R ~ 6000 • Proto/planetary nebulae.R ~ 6000 • Galactic center.R ~ 3000-4000 • Stellar populations in nearby galaxies.R ~ 1000-3000 • Starburst galaxies.R ~ 3000-5000 • ULIR galaxies.R ~ 3000-5000 • High redshift galaxies?R ~ 4000-6000 • Lyman break galaxies?R ~ 4000-6000 • QSO host galaxies? R ~ 1000-3000

3. Massive Black Holes in Spiral Galaxies

4. Nearby Galactic Nuclei M33 M31 M32

5. WFPC2 F606W 18 NIFS

6. M32 Velocity Dispersion

7. Circumnuclear Disks

8. Galaxy at 10 Mpc, 3600s, K grating

9. Galaxy at 10 Mpc, 3600s, K grating

10. Galaxy at 10 Mpc, 3600s, K grating

11. K = 12.8 mag/arcsec2 Milky Way at 10 Mpc, 3600 s

12. Milky Way at 20 Mpc, 3600 s K = 13.4 mag/arcsec2

13. Contract all theory into: •  = 70 km/s at D = 10 Mpc, and r = 0.1, => Menc=1.2107M. • BH if M/LK > 5 => Menc> 2108M. =>  > 270 km/s. What mass can we detect? • Lenc = 3.5107L => M/LK = 0.34.

14. Milky Way at 10 Mpc, 3600 s

15. Mass to Light Ratio Black Hole Mass Magorrian et al. (1998) Menc> 2108M

16. Nearby Galaxies to 10 Mpc

17. Nearby Galaxies to 20 Mpc

18. Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

19. Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

20. Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

21. Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

22. Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

23. 10:1 in 30 min Candidate Black Hole Galaxies

24. Guide Star Availability

25. Galaxies to 20 Mpc and  < -40°

26. Strehl = 0.79 Strehl = 0.79 LGS OIWFS Star Availability Need OIWFS star with R< 16-19 mag within ~ 30 radius. => ~ 9% of extragalactic targets, i.e., ~ 30 galaxies.

27. AGN in Nearby Galaxies

28. NIFS Circinus Galaxy with 3D.

29. NGC 4151 [O III] NIFS H2 FWHM = 260 km s-1 [Fe II] FWHM = 487 km s-1

30. NGC 1068: PUEO CFHT Deconvolved K Raw K Deconvolved J-K Deconvolved H

31. NGC 7469: CFHT AOB, K band 10  0.13 FWHM 0.7 FWHM NIFS

32. [O III] in Seyfert 2 galaxies

33. K <10 to > 15 mag arcsec-2. • Br > 810-23 W cm-2 arcsec-2.

34. Guide Star Availability

35. Guide Star Availability

36. 45 of 99 Seyfert galaxies tested have suitable OIWFS stars.

37. High Redshift Galaxies

38. [S III] 9032 He I 10830 P P

39. NIFS High z galaxies?

40. Disk Scale Length At z = 1: F*H= 3.5  10-23 W cm-2 M(B) = -20.5 mag

41. Disk galaxy, H in J2 grating, z = 1.0, 3600 s. Raw data Dark subtracted

42. Lyman Break Galaxies?

43. HST/WFPC2 F814W of HDF

44. Disk galaxy MB = -24, H in K grating, z = 3.5, 3600 s. Sky subtracted

45. Ultra-Luminous Infrared Galaxies

46. Guide Star Availability Mrk 273 • IRAS PSC BrightGalaxy Sample. • 10 ULIRGs. • 2(?) observable with NGS AO. • 3(?) observable with LGS AO. Arp 220

47. IRAS FSC 1 Jy Sample

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