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Notes for object NGC 1510

8 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2006ApJS..165..307M
Re:NGC 1510
HIPASS J0403-43.This is the well-known starburst pair NGC 1512/NGC 1510 (S1/S2),
strongly interacting galaxies sharing a common H I envelope (Hawarden et al.
1979). S1 is a large SBb with a central starburst ring surrounding its nucleus
and embedded in a bar that is otherwise devoid of H{alpha}. An outer ring, well
populated with H II regions, circles the bar, while a weak distribution of H II
regions extends to the edges of the frame. S2 is an amorphous/BCD galaxy that
dominates over S1 in total H{alpha} flux. Its H{alpha} morphology is strongly
concentrated toward two central knots, separated by 4", with radial filaments
including an apparent jet toward the SW.

2. 2002ApJ...564..650C
Re:NGC 1510
3. IRAS 13097-1531 (NGC 1510) is an S0 (or peculiar spiral) and is
known to contain an OH megamaser (Martin et al. 1989). From optical
spectroscopic observations it has been classified as a "composite
object" by Baan, Saltzer, & Lewinter (1998), and our own observations
show that it lies close to the AGN/H II region partition. We detect a
compact core at the level of 2.5 mJy. This object exhibits a small
radio excess, 0.27, at 4.8 GHz and one of the faintest compact cores.
IRAS 13097-1531 is similar to IRAS 09375-6951 in that the optical
classification is ambiguous, but the radio luminosity of the core is
10^4.14^ L_sun_, brighter than would be expected for the supernova

3. 1999A&AS..136...35S
Re:NGC 1510
NGC 1510 -- Eichendorf & Nieto (1984) show the presence of broad
He II {lambda}4686 in one component of this amorphous galaxy. See the
discussion in Conti (1991) for more details.

4. 1993ApJS...86....5K
Re:NGC 1510
NGC 1510; Am pec, BCDG.
NGC 1510 is a low-mass companion galaxy to the large barred spiral NGC
1512 and has complex central structures of size ~10", which Eichendorf &
Nieto (1984) call metal-poor H II regions with a strong A star component.
The UV spectrum rises slowly toward shorter wavelengths and does have
absorption features between 1850 and 2000A which are typical of A stars
(see Fig. 5 for A star spectra).

5. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 1510
Plate 2714
Overexposed center, pretty bright lens, dist corona. Interacting
pair with NGC 1512 5.0 north-following.

6. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 040154-4332.2
=ESO 250- G 03
stellar centre
*2 extremely faint arms
*pair with ESO 250- G 04

7. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1510
Blue compact elliptical companion to NGC 1512 at 5.0 arcmin

8. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1510
Very bright nucleus, strongly condensed.
NGC description: ("faint, pretty large") is in error.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 1512 at 5.0 arcmin.

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