NGC 2663: Very small rotation, unusually high velocity dispersion. This
galaxy is a massive brightest cluster member and characterized by very
anisotropic dynamics (Carollo & Danziger 1994b). The galaxy also
features a compact central radio source (Danziger & Goss 1983; Sadler et
Single elongated peak (with no small-scale structure in
the MOST image). Model fitted by Ekers (1969). Mapped by Schwartz
et al. (1974) and Danziger & Goss (1983). The latter find a compact nucleus
from a high-resolution VLA image.
Galaxy 11.5 m, NGC 2663, at 08 43 07.93 -33 36 45.5, centre 6 arcsec from
the centroid, see Lu (1970a). z = 0.0073, Burbidge & Burbidge (1972).
Overexposed center, knots in lens? Possible E4? 1st in group.
=ESO 371- G 14
brightest in cluster
= PKS 0843-33.
Note high Galactic obscuration.