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Notes for object NGC 5350

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1. 2008ApJ...679.1094T
Re:NGC 5350
NGC 5350 is a barred Sbc galaxy that appears to be somewhat asymmetric although
not obviously disturbed in the optical. There are seven cataloged galaxies at a
comparable optical redshift within 15^'^ of NGC 5350, two of which are
comparably bright and the remainder relatively faint. None of these neighboring
galaxies were detected in H I. At a spatial resolution of ~20 kpc, the H I disk
of NGC 5350 appears to be symmetric both spatially and kinematically with no
evidence for perturbations. The same also is true at a spatial resolution of ~10
kpc (Fig. 25).

2. 2001A&A...378..370V
Re:NGC 5350
NGC 5350/3/4/5 area: 5 galaxies constitute Hickson Compact Group 68:
NGC 5350, 5353, 5354, 5355 and 5358 (Hickson 1982). NGC 5350/3/4: three
closeby galaxies are located near the centre of the Nancay beam in the
pointings towards NGC 5350/4 and NGC 5353: the SBb spiral
NGC 5350 (V_opt_ = 2321 +/- 61 km s^-1^) and the early-type (E/S0)
systems NGC 5353 (V_opt_ 2166 +/- 103 km s^-1^) and
NGC 5354 (V_opt_ = 2681 +/- 244 km s^-1^). In principle, Arecibo or radio
synthesis observations could separate the H I emission from the galaxies,
but no Arecibo data are available (see Table 7), and no mention was made
of the detection of H I in either NGC 5353 or NGC 5354 in the short
Westerbork observations of NGC 5350 (Rhee & van Albada 1996). As we do not
expect the two early-types to be detectable in H I, and as our two Nancay
profiles have very similar profile parameters, we will assume that all gas
detected in our Nancay profiles actually resides in NGC 5350. The
Rhee & van Albada Westerbork data show an H I diameter of 4.4' at a
surface density level of 1 M_sun_ pc^-2^, 1.1 times the optical D_25_
diameter. NGC 5355: we detected H I in the Nancay spectrum taken towards
NGC 5355, an early-type galaxy (classified as S0 or E). Gas-rich S0
galaxies, though rare, do exist (e.g., Wardle & Knapp 1985), and often
with large H I distributions (van Driel & van Woerden 1991), but our
NGC 5355 H I profile closely resembles the high-velocity half of our
strong detection of the large spiral NGC 5350, located 4.5' W of NGC 5355,
though with a six times reduced flux density. We therefore consider this
"detection" to be of nearby NGC 5350. In principle, our NGC 5355 Nancay
spectrum might be confused with B_T_ 14.6 mag, S0/a NGC 5358, located
3.0' E of it, but the only H I "detection" of this object
(Richter & Huchtmeier 1991) seems spurious, as its central velocity of
1547 km s^-1^ is completely discrepant with the optical velocities of all
nearby galaxies, including that of NGC 5358 itself (2432 +/- 60 km s^-1^,
based on 2 published measurements).

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5350
Group [with NGC 5353/5354/5355/5358]
PH-8024-S
April 27/28, 1979
103aO
8 min
The remaining four prints on this page show
various galaxies in a group whose brightest
members are NGC 5350 (SBbc) and NGC 5353
[S0_2/3?_(7 )/E7]. The orientation of the print in
the top middle column is west at the top, north to
the left. The identification of the brighter
galaxies in this group, starting from the top, are
the SBbc spiral NGC 5350, the bright flattened
S0/E7 galaxy NGC 5353, its S0_3_(prolate)
companion NGC 5354, the E4/S0(4) galaxy NGC
5355, which is three-fourths of the way to the
bottom border in the middle, and NGC 5358
[S0_1_(6)] near the lower-right corner.
The group is part of a larger complex of
bright (RSA) galaxies that have nearly the same
redshifts: NGC 5313 (v_o = 2588 km/s); NGC
5326 (v_o = 2603); NGC 5350 (v_o = 2305); NGC
5353 (v_o = 2224); NGC 5362 (v_o = 2321); NGC
5371 (v_o = 2616); NGC 5383 (v_o = 2322). Many
fainter dE dwarf galaxies that may be part of this
complex are also in the area.

4. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5350
Group
SBbc(rs)I-II
PH-7624-S
April 27/28, 1979
103aO
8 min
NGC 5350 forms a physical pair with
NGC 5353 (S0/E7; panel 29) with a separation of
5.5'. The redshifts are v_o(5350) = 2305 km/s
and v_o(5353) = 2224 km/s. At a mean redshift
distance of 45 Mpc (H = 50) the projected linear
separation is small at 72 kpc. The pair is in a
group with NGC 5354, 5355, 5358, and perhaps
5371, several of which have been shown
earlier on panel 29. NGC 5371 (Sb) is shown on
panel 126.
The arm pattern in NGC 5350 is intermediate
between that of the grand design and
MAS types. Two main arms start at the ends of
the bar but are so tightly wound that they form
an inner near-ring after each has unwound by
half a revolution. Fragmentary secondary arms
exist on one side of the pattern more strongly
than on the other.

5. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5350
= Holm 555c
In a small group with NGC 5353, NGC 5354, and NGC 5355.

6. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 08810
SB(r)b (de Vaucouleurs)
UGC 08813 at 5.0, 179

7. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5350
= Holm 555c
Very small, very bright nucleus in a bright bar. (r): 0.7 arcmin x 0.5 arcmin.
2 main, filamentary, knotty arms with some branches.
In a small group with NGC 5353, NGC 5354, and NGC 5355.


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