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Notes for object IC 0883

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1. 2008ApJS..178..189W
Re:IC 0883
A8. Arp 193 (IC 883, VV 821, UGC 8387, I Zw 56) Veilleux et al. (1995) classify
the optical spectrum as LINER. 8.4 GHz images from the VLA show disklike
extended emission with no sign of a compact source (Condon et al. 1991). Rush et
al. (1996) give an upper limit on the soft X-ray luminosity. Near- and
mid-infrared images also show disklike extended emission (Scoville et al. 2000;
Soifer et al. 2001).

2. 2000AJ....119..991S
Re:IC 0883
IC 883 (Arp 193) appears as a highly inclined disk with the
reddening increasing to the northwest within the disk. The peak in the
extinction-corrected 2.2 micron light distribution coincides with the
2.2 micron flux peak, but the centroid is clearly displaced to the
northwest. The reddening distribution shown in Figure 3 is similar to
the CO (1-0) emission, which has a size 4.1" x 2.2" elongated along the
plane of the galaxy and with kinematic major axis in the same direction
(Bryant & Scoville 1999). (The increase in the apparent 2.2/1.1 micron
color ratio on the northeast of IC 883 is small and occurring at low
flux levels; it may be due to flat-fielding errors.) A number of bright
clusters are seen above and below the disk out to 5" radius. Their high
luminosity suggests that they are young (<=10^9^ yr; see below),
implying that the galaxy may have undergone a collision in the past with
a burst of star and cluster formation in a spherical region before the
ISM settled into its present disklike configuration. The near-infrared
morphology of IC 883 is very similar to that of M82 although the
luminosity is scaled up by over an order of magnitude.

3. 2000A&AS..141..385V
Re:UGC 08387
D-25 = UGC 8387 = IC 883. (A,E,G,N) This objects shows two linear,
one-sided and almost perpendicular tidal tails protruding from the
centre in the optical and near-infrared (Smith et al. 1995, 1996;
Stanford & Bushouse 1991, PRC). It is quite infrared luminous.
Near-infrared spectra and H{alpha} rotation curve: see Smith et al.
(1996). Has a LINER optical spectrum (Kim et al. 1995; Veilleux et al.
1995). Near infrared spectrum: see Puxley (1994); near-infrared imaging:
see Zhou et al. (1993). In our survey, H I emission was observed at
Green Bank only. Observations with the much smaller ( 3.8' diameter)
Arecibo beam show a broad, triple-peaked absorption feature against the
continuum (Mirabel & Sanders 1988), while Bushouse (1987) measured an
upper limit of 1.8 Jy km s^-1^. No other galaxies were found within the
Nancay search area.

4. 1999MNRAS.310...30C
Re:B2 1318+34
B2 1318+34 is a classic merger-induced starburst, whose total radio flux
can be attributed to starburst activity rather than an active nucleus
(Condon, Huang & Yin 1991).

5. 1996ApJS..104..217S
Re:UGC 08387
3.13. UGC 8387
As discussed in Paper I, UGC 8387 = IC 883 has probably undergone a merger. Two
tidal tails are visible in both the optical and near-infrared. Two sources
separated by ~1" are observed in the radio. A small knot of emission is
located to the southeast of the nucleus. The point source almost directly south
of the nucleus is a foreground star. Strong Br{gamma} and H_2_ emission lines
are evident in the K-band spectra.

6. 1996A&AS..115..439E
Re:IC 0883
IC 883, also known as Arp 193, is an example of an advanced disk-disk merger
of interacting galaxies. It has been imaged in the near-infrared JHK bands by
Stanford & Bushouse (1991).

7. 1994AJ....107...99R
Re:UGC 08387
D-25 = UGC 8387 = IC 883. The disturbed morphology of this galaxy
includes two linear, one-sided and almost perpendicular optical features
protruding from center. The galaxy is quite infrared-luminous. The
GB 140' finds 6.1 x 10^9^ M_sun_ of neutral hydrogen. NED lists one
faint galaxy of unknown redshift within 10', and one faint galaxy and a
faint galaxy cluster within 20'. Thus, most of the gas is probably
associated with UGC 8387 itself. Mirabel and Sanders (1988) observed this
galaxy with the smaller beam of the Arecibo radio telescope and found a
broad, triple-peaked absorption feature against the continuum. This
complicates the interpretation of our emission feature; the system may
contain more gas than we have estimated.

8. 1986A&AS...64..135P
Re:B2 1318+34
The radio source is slightly resolved. Although the radio and optical
positions differ by ~ 8 arcsec, still the identification is probably
correct: in fact, the optical structure is quite complex (Arp, 1966).
No map is given in figure 1.

9. 1977A&AS...29..279F
Re:B2 1318+34
1318+34 Zwicky compact galaxy, reported also in the Arp Atlas of
Peculiar Galaxies (Arp 1966). See also Sargent (1970) for a description
of it.

10. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:IC 0883
= Arp 193
= I Zw 056
= B2 1318+34A
Bright central region, with 2 faint jets south-west and south-east.
Photograph and Spectrum:
Ap. J., 140, 1617, 1964.

11. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 08387
Arp 193, I Zw 56
In Arp's class "galaxies with narrow filaments"
"Faint straight outer spikes, hard knots in main body" (Arp)
"Blue post-eruptive patchy compact with sharp jets southwest and southeast"
(CGPG)
`Bright irregular core 30" x 15" = 14 x 7 kpc, with 2 jets each about 40" =
18 kpc long' (Sargent)
Burbidge (Ap.J. 140, 1617) gives v(0)=6918, Sargent (Ap.J. 160, 405) v(0) =
6986; UGC v(0) is a mean value.

12. 1971CGPG..C...0000Z
Re:CGPG 1318.3+3425
I Zw 056
IC 0553
Blue post-eruptive patchy compact with sharp jets
[south-west] and [south-east].
Spectrum: Absorption: Balmer. Emission: [ OII].
= +6,95O km/sec.
Literature: Zwicky 1964a, Sargent 1970a.
Total m(pg) = 14.8 [CGCG]


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