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Notes for object UGC 06697

5 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2004AJ....127.3273V
Re:UGC 06697
UGC 6697: H{alpha} spectrum quite asymmetric and disturbed; all ORC
emission lines extremely wide and strong.

2. 2003ApJ...598..827P
Re:UGC 06697
UGC 06697.-UGC 06697 is well detected in both UIT bands with very blue
UV-optical colors. The UV morphology is broadly similar to the B-band
image, even though it is nearly edge-on (cf. NGC 3034). There is little
internal color dispersion between the FUV and MUV bandpasses, which
implies that the stellar populations that emit at these wavelengths are
largely cospatial. There is strong dispersion between the MUV and B-band
internal colors. From the appearance of the residual image in Figure 2
and the inclined nature of the system, this dispersion is likely due to
patchy dust obscuration.

3. 2001ApJS..132..129M
Re:UGC 06697
UGC 6697. - UGC 6697 is a peculiar, late-type disk system, observed to
be the brightest UV source in the field of the cluster Abell 1367. With a
observed UV diameter of ~1', this system is apparently viewed close to
edge-on, yet is remarkably bright in the UV (see Fig. 20a), in striking
contrast to the inclined systems M82 and NGC 891. The latter apparently
suffer much greater extinction by dust located external to most of the
stellar component. UGC 6697 shows blue (FUV-MUV) colors throughout, with
the UV/optical colors becoming significantly bluer at larger radii
(Fig. 20b). Abell 1367 was also observed at 2000 A with the FOCA
experiment by Donas et al. (1990), who estimated star formation rates for
UGC 6697 and other cluster members.

4. 2000PNAOJ...6....1M
Re:KUG 1141+202
Bright clumps along the body.

5. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 06697
Irregular "spindle" with high surface brightness, in a dense part of the
cluster (Abell 1367)
UGC 06704 at 3.2, 112

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