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Secular Evolution of Galaxies: From Dark Halos to Nuclei

Victor Debattista
UWashington

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Mon. November 6, 2006     12:30 PM     room 201

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One path by which disk galaxies evolve is via internal secular evolution. By breaking the symmetry of the system, bars play an important role in driving such evolution. I describe some recent results concerning aspects of this evolution relating to dark halos, disk density profiles, bulges and central nuclei.

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