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Notes for object UGC 04323

4 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2000A&AS..141..385V
Re:UGC 04323
C-25 = UGC 4323. (E,G,N) Maybe in the process of forming a ring through
accretion (Reshetnikov & Combes 1994), shows a faint jetlike extension
to northeast and an inner dust lane near the minor axis. Optical study
by Reshetnikov et al. (1995), optical spectrum: see Moody & Kirshner
(1988). It's optical redshift is 3972 +/- 55 km s^-1^. Asymmetric
H{alpha} rotation curve (Reshetnikov & Combes 1994). Has a LINER-type
nuclear spectrum (Reshetnikov & Combes 1994). It was not detected at
Nancay (line flux <2.9 Jy km^s-1^), while the Green Bank and Effelsberg
profiles do not even show an overlap in velocity (the measured mean
velocities and {DELTA}V_20_ widths are 3686, 397 km s^-1^ and 4037,
250 km s^-1^, respectively), and the Effelsberg integrated line flux is 4
times smaller than that measured at Green Bank. The complete discrepancy
between the two H I spectra, as well as between the Green Bank and
optical redshifts appears to be due to interference at Green Bank rather
than to confusion with other galaxies in the beams.

2. 1994AJ....107...99R
Re:UGC 04323
C-25 = UGC 4323. A total H I mass of 2.2 x 10^9^ M_sun_ is detected by
the GB 140' in an asymmetric profile. Emission in the OFF-beam appears as
the 'absorption' feature at 4785 km s^-1^ in the subtracted spectrum. NED
lists no companions within 10'; the galaxy pair including UGC 4353 is
about 15' away with a radial velocity of about 4300 km s^-1^, but the
GB 140' sees no significant flux at this velocity. Our radio redshift
differs from the optical one by about 300 km s^-1^, though our peak flux
is much nearer the optical velocity.

3. 1994A&A...291...57R
Re:UGC 04323
UGC 4323
The rotation curve of the inner disk (see PRC) of this elliptical galaxy
is asymmetric: the east part shows linear rising to about 360 km/s at 15"
(4.1 kpc), the west part demonstrates global maximum at r~8". Using the
last point of the east part of the rotation curve, we find M/L_B_ = 9
f_sun_.

4. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 04323
"Extremely faint jets" (CGCG)


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