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Notes for object NGC 0201

4 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2010AJ....139....1P
Re:HCG 007C
HCG07c: HCG07 is composed of four galaxies (Hickson et al. 1992). We only
analyze the kinematics of HCG07c, a galaxy with morphological type SBc.
The RC rises to a velocity of about 170 km s^-1^, at a radius of r ~ 35"
(10 kpc) and then goes down to a plateau, at a lower velocity of ~ 150 km
s^-1^, out to a radius of 52" (14.5 kpc). At small radius, the curve is
not regular: a plateau is present between 5" (1 kpc) and 8" (2 kpc).
Because of the irregularity of the RC, the fit is not good, especially in
the center. The bulge component is rather significant in the fit, in order
to take into account the first 5" (1 kpc) of the curve. The halo has, by
far, the largest contribution of the fitted RCs. It reaches a plateau at ~
35" (10 kpc). The disk, on the other hand, is weak and its contribution is
no more than 10% of the total rotation velocity.
When using the NFW model and the maximum disk hypothesis, we found a
more prominent disk and the halo shows a plateau around 20" (6 kpc).
The photometric profile is well fitted with a bulge and an
exponential disk. Note that the disk profile presents wiggles (most
probably due to the spiral arms). In addition, the fit of the bulge within
the first 4" (0.8 kpc) is not good, as can be seen from the well visible
deviations in Figure 1.

2. 2010AJ....139....1P
Re:HCG 007C
HCG07c: HCG07 is composed of four galaxies (Hickson et al. 1992). We only
analyze the kinematics of HCG07c, a galaxy with morphological type SBc.
The RC rises to a velocity of about 170 km s^-1^, at a radius of r ~ 35"
(10 kpc) and then goes down to a plateau, at a lower velocity of ~ 150 km
s^-1^, out to a radius of 52" (14.5 kpc). At small radius, the curve is
not regular: a plateau is present between 5" (1 kpc) and 8" (2 kpc).
Because of the irregularity of the RC, the fit is not good, especially in
the center. The bulge component is rather significant in the fit, in order
to take into account the first 5" (1 kpc) of the curve. The halo has, by
far, the largest contribution of the fitted RCs. It reaches a plateau at ~
35" (10 kpc). The disk, on the other hand, is weak and its contribution is
no more than 10% of the total rotation velocity.
When using the NFW model and the maximum disk hypothesis, we found a
more prominent disk and the halo shows a plateau around 20" (6 kpc).
The photometric profile is well fitted with a bulge and an
exponential disk. Note that the disk profile presents wiggles (most
probably due to the spiral arms). In addition, the fit of the bulge within
the first 4" (0.8 kpc) is not good, as can be seen from the well visible
deviations in Figure 1.

3. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0201
m{_pg} = 12 in MCG, Vol. III, 1963.

4. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 00419
See UGC 00401, UGC 00405, UGC 00406


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