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Notes for object UGC 04332

4 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2000A&AS..141..385V
Re:UGC 04332
C-26 = UGC 4332. (A,E,G,N) Optical and near-infrared imaging: Gavazzi et
al. (1994, 1996a); Hubble Space Telescope imaging of central regions:
Malkan et al. (1998). A Seyfert-type nuclear spectrum was reported in
Reshetnikov & Combes (1994), though the work by Braatz et al. (1996)
shows no optical emission lines. Asymmetric H{alpha} rotation curve
(Reshetnikov & Combes 1994), probably due to extended dust features. No
H2O megamaser activity was detected (Braatz et al. 1997). Not detected
at Nancay (line flux <2.3 Jy km s^-1^), while at Effelsberg a velocity of
5412 km s^-1^ was measured, 350 km s^-1^ lower than at Green Bank, and a
two times larger FWHM (620 km s^-1^). Three Arecibo detections (see
Table 3) indicate a mean systemic velocity of 5486 km s^-1^, a FWHM of
450 km s^-1^ (consistent with the optical velocity of
5505 +/- 94 km s^-1^) and a line flux of 2.5 Jy km s^-1^. There appear
to be no objects that could cause confusion within the Arecibo beam.
One other galaxy was found within the Nancay search area: 16.2 mag
object Cf11 (Corbelli et al. 1991), of unknown redshift. Also within
the Nancay search area, at 6.3' distance from C-26, lies the centre of
group LGG 158 (Garcia 1993) in the Cancer II group, of unknown redshift.
Ten galaxies are listed within the Green Bank HPBW in the NED database -
8 with known redshifts, of which 2 with a redshift within 500 km s^-1^
of the PRC object: NGC 2562 (4999 km s^-1^) and CGCG 119-061
(5180 km s^-1^); neither was detected in H I, with published upper
limits of 0.53 and 0.8 Jy km s^-1^, respectively (see Huchtmeier &
Richter 1989).

2. 1994AJ....107...99R
Re:UGC 04332
C-26 = UGC 4332. The GB 140' sees 5.5 x 10^9^ M_sun_ of H I in a
somewhat asymmetric profile. The extensive dust on the NE side of the
galaxy may be related to its IRAS flux. This galaxy is in a cluster and
has many close neighbors. Since the radial velocities (as reported by
NED) of the neighbors within the GB 140' beam are smaller than 5200 km
s^-1^ or larger than 6500 km s^-1^, most of the flux detected at 5811 km
s^-1^ is likely to be associated with UGC 4332, despite the fact that the
line center differs by about 300 km s^-1^ from the optical velocity. An
OFF-beam detection can be seen in the spectrum at 5134 km s^-1^.

3. 1994A&A...291...57R
Re:UGC 04332
UGC 4332
Extended dust on the northeast side of the galaxy is the possible reason
of large-scale asymmetry of H{alpha} rotation curve. Southwest side of
the galaxy demonstrates rising radial velocities to about 250 km/s at 40"
(14 kpc) (it gives M/L_B_ = 12f_sun_).

4. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:[RC2] A0816+21
In Cancer Cluster
Description:
Ap. J., 185, 115, 1973.
Photograph:
Ap. J., 185, 115, 1973.
Spectrum:
Ap. J., 185, 115, 1973 (+velocities of 7 other anonymous objects)


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