NGC 193 (UGC 408).-This S0 galaxy has a complex gas morphology with two
lanes apparent in the central regions (the most clearly defined lane has
a width : length = 0.18). It has a core-jet radio morphology on VLA and
VLBA scales. The STIS slits were aligned parallel to the galaxy major
axis. The central kinematic and flux properties are listed in Table 6;
the gas does not exhibit a regular rotation curve, though it does appear
dominated by systematic rather than random motions. The fit to the
central spectrum is improved by the addition of a broad component. Data
for this galaxy are shown in Figure 2 (see key in Fig. 1 for an
explanation of these plots).
Very extended double radio source; 1.4 GHz flux density is from Condon
& Broderick (1988).
UGC 00408 (NGC 193)-The VLBA image of this source shows clear
core-jet radio structure. There is also evidence for a knot with flux
density 1.4 mJy, located 42.3 mas from the core at position angle
104^deg^. This knot is thus on the jet side, yet well beyond the faded
jet (Fig. 1). X-ray observations using the High Resolution Imager on
board ROSAT reveal that the X-ray structure of this source consists of
two components: an east-west component elongated near the jet direction
and lying on the optical center, plus an elliptical ring oriented
north-south and matching the size of the optical galaxy (Xu et al.
NGC 193 is part of a group of galaxies (CB88) and has an apparent
companion, NGC 204, at 6.7'. NGC 193 shows a complex central dust
distribution, composed of patches and several warped filaments hundreds
of parsecs in size. The dust features are connected to each other. There
is a nuclear emission peak, which is marginally resolved. Low surface
brightness emission is associated with the dust features. The center,
although apparently obscured by dust, shows an unresolved peak that is
clearly bluer than its surroundings. NGC 193 has a radio jet with a weak
counterjet (Xu et al. 1999a).
= 4C 003.01
= PKS 0036+03
A.J., 74, 335, 1969 (+ a companion 7 arcmin north-preceding).
Ap. J., 178, 1, 1972.
Ap. J., 160, 17, 1970.
Paired with UGC 00423 at 6.6, 106
Companions 1.4, 152, 0.3: x 0.3:, extremely diffuse, double; 3.8, 240,
0.8 x 0.4; and 4.8, 144, 0.6 x 0.3
Nearly round; 0.5' in diameter; much stronger center; probably spiral.