NGC 4067 is an Sb galaxy that is not visibly disturbed in the optical. There are
no cataloged galaxies at a comparable optical redshift within 15^'^ of the
At a spatial resolution of ~20 kpc, the H I disk of NGC 4067 appears to
be symmetric both spatially and kinematically with no evidence for
perturbations. At a spatial resolution of ~10 kpc (Fig. 13), the H I disk
appears to be more prominent or extended on the southwestern side compared with
the northeastern side. Other than this small asymmetry, the H I disk does not
exhibit any spatial or kinematic disturbances. Once again, the central inward
contraction of the intensity contours in the zeroth-moment maps is probably
caused by a depression in H I intensity at the center of the galaxy.
E? (de Vaucouleurs)
This galaxy is certainly a spiral!