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Notes for object NGC 4174

5 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2000A&AS..141..385V
Re:NGC 4174
C-39 = NGC 4174. (A,E,G,N) Very faint polar ring-like feature, CCD
image: see PRC. All our H I survey profiles are likely to be confused,
as it is in a compact group of galaxies, HCG 61 (Hickson 1982). The
Green Bank and Effelsberg line fluxes are comparable (average
11 Jy km s^-1^) and 2.3 times higher than measured at Nancay, while the
Effelsberg profile width (262 km s^-1^) is 1.8 times narrower than the
others. CCD imaging (broad-band and H{alpha}: see Hickson et al.
(1988), Mendes de Oliveira & Hickson (1994), Vilchez & Iglesias-Paramo
(1998a, 1998b). The optical redshift of the PRC object is
4010 +/- 73 km s^-1^. Several other objects were found within the Nancay
search area: (1.) NGC 4175, a 14.2 mag Sbc spiral with an optical
redshift of 4001 +/- 43 km s^-1^, at 1.5' distance, (2.) NGC 4169,
a 13.1 mag early-type (S0a) galaxy with an optical redshift of
3783 +/- 28 km s^-1^, at 2.4' distance, (3.) NGC 4170, a 13.6 mag Sdm
spiral at the much lower redshift of (4.) 1127 km s^-1^, at 3.4'
distance, and (5.) three 17-18 mag galaxies, Nos. 101-103 from Kent et
al. (1993), of unknown redshift, at about 5.5' distance. Even the
published Arecibo spectrum of Sulentic & Arp (1983) is bound to be
confused - note its width of 547 km s^-1^ (Table 3).

2. 1994AJ....107...99R
Re:NGC 4174
C-39 = NGC 4174. The GB 140' sees 7.7 x 10^9^M_sun_. This galaxy is in
a tight HI-rich group, Hickson 61; NED lists 3 galaxies within 4', two of
which have redshifts similar to NGC 4174, and another two with similar
redshifts about 20' away. Thus, some of the H I gas detected by the
GB 140', including the apparent emission at about 3650 km s^-1^, is
probably associated with the group rather than with the polar ring.

3. 1985AnTok..202.335T
Re:KUG 1209+294B
Spiral arms are blue, while the bulge is quite red.

4. 1975ByuO...47....1A
Re:ARK 351
(= NGC 4174)
Very compact red object elongated from southwest to northeast.
At the south-west end is a extension ending in a condensation.
It is a component of the binary system Holmberg 346.

5. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 07206
Companion 0.7, 232, 0.1 x 0.1
See UGC 07202, UGC 07204
UGC 07211 at 1.6, 37


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