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Notes for object NGC 2329

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1. 2010A&A...516A...1L
Re:NGC 2329
NGC 2329 in Abell 569. No cooling core has been found in this cluster. The
galaxy has an exceptionally blue V-I (~1.20) color (Verdoes Kleijn et al. 1999).
The nucleus is clearly bluer than its surroundings. The nuclear emission is
slightly resolved and shows a small extension roughly in the direction of the
dust protuberance. The galaxy has a small inclined central dust disk.
NGC 2329 has been associated with a Wide-Angle Tail (WAT) radio source with
two tails extended for about 4 arcmin. The total power at 1.4 GHz is Log P=23.48
W/Hz and the core power at 5 GHz is Log P=22.52 W/Hz (Feretti & Giovannini
1985). The extended radio morphology suggests merging.
The VLBA observations at 1.6 GHz of Xu et al. (2000) detect a one-sided
morphology with a peak flux density ~49.7 mJy/beam and total flux density ~59.1
mJy. The core-jet is elongated in the direction corresponding to the
northeastern radio tail. We confirm this morphology in our data. In our images
(Fig. 3), the core has S ~ 66.8 mJy, and the jet has S ~ 10.3 mJy with an
extension of ~15 mas. The total spectral index derived from 1.6 and 5 GHz data
is {alpha} ~ -0.2.

2. 2003ApJS..148..419N
Re:NGC 2329
NGC 2329 (UGC 3695).-This S0 galaxy has a nuclear dust disk (b/a =
0.68). It has a core-jet radio morphology on VLBA and VLA scales. The
STIS slits were aligned parallel to the galaxy major axis. The central
kinematic and flux properties are listed in Table 12; the gas does not
exhibit a regular rotation profile. The fit to the central spectrum is
improved by the addition of a broad component, which appears to
represent a nonflat continuum in this case. Data for this galaxy are
shown in Figure 8 (see key in Fig. 1 for an explanation of these plots).

3. 2002AJ....124..675C
Re:UGC 03695
Very extended radio source.

4. 2000AJ....120.2950X
Re:UGC 03695
UGC 03695 (NGC 2329)-This galaxy is a cluster member in Abell 569. It
hosts a wide angle-tailed radio source with the bulk of the radio
emission coming from the core (Feretti et al. 1985). The VLBA detects a
core-jet elongated in the direction corresponding to the northeastern
radio tail.

5. 1999AJ....118.2592V
Re:NGC 2329
NGC 2329 is part of Abell cluster 569. The galaxy has a small
inclined central dust disk (diameter 740 pc/2.0"). The V-I image
shows a few brighter pixels over the disk, ending in a lighter spot at
the edge of disk at P.A. 318^deg^. There also seems to be a small dust
protuberance to the disk in the opposite direction. The nuclear emission
is slightly resolved and shows a small extension roughly in the
direction of the dust protuberance. The nucleus is clearly bluer than
its surroundings. The galaxy has an exceptional blue V-I (~1.20) color
compared to the rest of the sample. NGC 2329 hosts a wide-angle tailed
radio source (Feretti et al. 1985; Xu et al. 1999a).

6. 1995ApJ...438..539F
Re:NGC 2329
NGC 2329 is the BCG in Abell 569 and has been associated with a wide-
angle tail (WAT) radio source (Feretti et al. 1985). Although classified
as an S0 in the RC3, NGC 2329 is well fitted by an r^1/4^ law over its
entire radial range (Schombert 1986 and our data), and we classify it as
an E. In the sample presented here NGC 2329 is one of only two objects
showing appreciable rotation. Rood-Sastry cluster type: B (Struble & Rood
1987).

7. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 2329
Brightest galaxy in Abell 0569.
Diameter:
Ap. J., 173, 485, 1972.
Photometry: (V,V-R)
A.J., 75, 695, 1970.

8. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 03695
Paired with UGC 03696 at 2.8 north-following
Several objects in vicinity


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