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Notes for object NGC 2613

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1. 2004AJ....128...16K
Re:NGC 2613
NGC 2613 (HIPASS J0833-22) is a bright Sb galaxy with an optical radius
of 3.6' and an inclination of 76deg. We measure an integrated H I flux
density of 59.4+-4.6 Jy km s^-1^, w_50_ = 602 km s^-1^, and
w_20_ = 620 km s^-1^. Using Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT)
data, Bottema (1989) measured a much lower H I flux of 29.4 Jy km s^-1^
and derived a rotation velocity of 315 km s^-1^. Chaves & Irwin (2001)
used the VLA to image NGC 2613 and its companion, ESO 495-G017, and
measured integrated H I flux densities of 55.2 and 1.6 Jy km s^-1^,
respectively. Using their H I radius of ~5' (~27 kpc), we derive
a total dynamical mass of M_tot_~ 6 x 10^11^ M_sun_ for NGC 2613. The
small companion galaxy, ESO 495-G017, lies at a projected distance of
7.3'.

2. 2000AJ....119.1592I
Re:NGC 2613
NGC 2613, a nondetection in our sample, has a multiple spiral
arm pattern, similar to M31, and a possible bar. Bottema (1989) has
done spectroscopic observations of this galaxy, as well as mapped it
in H I. He sees rather intricate stellar kinematics and also detects two
H I "blobs" above and below the plane, seemingly connected to the
galaxy. Since the blobs rotate with the galaxy, it is possible that they
may represent parts of H I supershells. X-ray upper limits are reported
by Giuricin et al. (1991) and Fabbiano et al. (1992). Our 3{sigma}
upper limit of 1 x 10^19^ W Hz^-1^ is higher than the median SNR
luminosity of M82, and therefore there could be many SNRs present to
which our observations were insensitive.

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 2613
Sb(s)(II)
CD-154-S
Feb 3/4, 1978
103aO + GG385
45 min
The spiral pattern of NGC 2613 is more
similar to that of NGC 2841 (Sb; panels 142, S4,
S12) than to any other Sb of the MAS type in the
RSA. The arms are thin and are very multiple, as
in NGC 2841. The main difference is that the
nuclear bulge is nearly non-existent in NGC 2613,
whereas it is prominent in NGC 2841,
which puts NGC 2841 earlier in the Sb
morphological box. The spiral arms can be traced in
NGC 2613 nearly to the center, requiring the (s)
subtype.

4. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 2613
Plate 3966
Overexposed center, possible bar and (r)? NGC 2841 type. Several
stars superposed. Superposed on group.

5. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 083111-2248.1
=ESO 495- G 18
largest in group
cz=1444(5D)

6. 1979AJ.....84..472S
Re:NGC 2613
Regular multiple spiral arm pattern is similar to M31, but more regular.
Finc dust lanes on inside of the many arms.
The largest HII regions will resolve at the 2 arcsec level
and the two or three largest among the many smaller knots
should be useful for the distance scale problem.

7. 1974UGCA..C...0000N
Re:UGCA 141
UGCA 141:
= NGC 2613
SA(s)b (RC1)

8. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 2613
Small, very bright nucleus in a bright bulge. Many regular filamentary arms
with absorption on one side (similar to Messier 031).
Helwan 15 dimensions (5 arcmin x 1 arcmin) are for the bright part only.
Rotation:
Ap. J., 97, 117, 1943 = MWC 674.


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