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Notes for object UM 492

11 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2008ApJ...687..767K
Re:PKS 1217+02
(Fig. 53).-The host is well fit with a single bulge component (n = 4).

2. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
SDSS object type: Star
SDSS Status:
1:SET - object's status set in reference to its own run
2:GOOD - good as determined by the object's flags
5:OK_RUN - In the primary range of rows for this field; usable object
6:RESOLVED - object has been resolved against other runs
7:PSEGMENT - object belongs to a PRIMARY segment
10:OK_SCANLINE - object lies within valid range for its scanline
11:OK_STRIPE - object lies within valid range for its stripe
14:PRIMARY - this is a primary survey object
15:TARGET - this is a spectroscopic target
SDSS Object Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
31:MOVED - object appears to have moved during exposure
SDSS Object Flag2: None

3. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
Photometry: u SDSS AB
SDSS u-band type: Star
SDSS u-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS u-band Flag2: None

4. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
Photometry: g SDSS AB
SDSS g-band type: Star
SDSS g-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS g-band Flag2: None

5. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
Photometry: r SDSS AB
SDSS r-band type: Star
SDSS r-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS r-band Flag2:
20:CANONICAL_BAND - this band was primary (usually r)

6. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
Photometry: i SDSS AB
SDSS i-band type: Star
SDSS i-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS i-band Flag2: None

7. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J122011.88+020342.2
Photometry: z SDSS AB
SDSS z-band type: Star
SDSS z-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS z-band Flag2: None

8. 2003MNRAS.340.1095D
Re:PKS 1217+02
1217+023 (PKS 1217+02, ON 029). The R-band image of this relatively
nuclear-dominated object shown in Fig. A8 clearly reveals an
elliptical-looking host galaxy with an apparent PA of ~100deg. There is
a group of four faint apparent companion objects running north-south at
a projected distance of ~=40 kpc.

9. 2001MNRAS.323..308N
Re:UM 492
1217+023 (S1217+02, UM 492) WHT. Nuclear contamination can again be seen
bluewards of 4000 A, with a correspondingly large young population
prediction for the purely stellar population model, which still fails to
account for the very steep rise towards 3000 A. Hence, a large nuclear
contribution is required to reproduce the blue end of the spectrum. The fit
achieved by the models suggests that the dominant population is old, with
a best-fitting age of 12 Gyr. HST imaging has shown that this host has an
elliptical morphology, and a half-light radius of r_e_ = 11 kpc
(Dunlop et al. 2001).

10. 2000MNRAS.316..204H
Re:[HB89] 1217+023
1217+023 (RLQ; WHT): a weak break feature is present at
{lambda}_obs_ =4960 A but shortwards of this the spectrum is dominated
by a component which rises towards the blue possibly indicating
scattered nuclear continuum (there is however little evidence for
accompanying nuclear line emission, and the seeing during the
observations was excellent). At the red end, poor subtraction of
OH bands has reduced the signal-to-noise ratio of the spectrum.
(Morphology: elliptical; Dunlop et al. 2000.)

11. 1995AJ....110.1492R
Re:PKS 1217+02
1217+023: The western lobe is not clearly visible; and the bridge to the
eastern lobe is sharply bent, suggesting a collision or other
catastrophic event. The low surface brightness emission indicates a
morphology suggestive of rotation of the source.


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