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Notes for object NGC 5665

8 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2002MNRAS.329..747T
Re:NGC 5665
4.3 NGC 5665 (Arp 49) Although NGC 5665 has a somewhat asymmetric
optical morphology, the peak in the 850 microns emission does agree
with the peak in the R-band optical image, which is also the radio
centre (see Condon 1990). Artamonov, Badan & Gusev (2000) examined the
stellar populations of NGC 5665 using BVRI photometry. They suggested
that NGC 5665 merged with a small companion galaxy 5x10^8^ yr ago,
causing a burst of star formation which was strongest in the
south-eastern part of the disc. This corresponds to the peak in the 850
microns emission. Suprisingly, the H I emission (although having a
somewhat irregular distribution) is not significantly offset from the
optical centre of the galaxy.

2. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5665
April 9/10, 1981
75 min
NGC 5665 has many HII knots spread over
an interior spiral pattern that, if the form is to
be classified, would be of type Sc. A smooth
continuation of the arm on the left side of the
print suggests a similarity to NGC 4580, shown
at the left, which is the prototype of the Sa/Sc
mixed type.
The galaxy is isolated from any other bright
Dreyer listing. The closest Dreyer galaxy is NGC
5645, which is 50' south and is not a candidate
for any postulated interaction. The form of NGC
5665 appears to be generic, not environmental.

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5665
April 9/10, 1981
75 min
NGC 5665 is also illustrated in the Sa
section (panel 86).
The smooth outer arms are devoid of
star-forming regions but the inner parts of the image
are filled with HII-region candidates. There is no
nucleus or central bulge. There is a thin, single-inner-arm
pattern that can be traced for 1 1/2 revolutions.

4. 1985ApJS...57..643D
Re:VV 412
Asymmetric spiral.
Nucleus is approximately 4 arcsec in diameter.

5. 1977A&AS...28....1V
Re:VV 412
Plate 8 Galaxies of the M51 Type.
MCG +01-37-024 = Arp 049 = NGC 5665; 12.6m. V_0_=+2250(V).
The starlike object is an H II region = companion on the tip of the
spiral arm as shown by its spectrum. {DELTA}V_0_ of the companions
is 60 km s^-1^.
VV 412 and VV 413, where Arp (1970) has shown that the starlike objects
at the tips of the spiral arms are small companions with the spectra
of H II regions, are most important as indicating that these arms could
not be formed tidally.

6. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5665
In Arp 049
Component A is attached compact.
Photograph and Spectrum:
Astr. Ap., 3, 418, 1969.

7. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 09352
Arp 49
SB(s)m pec: (de Vaucouleurs)
In Arp's class "spiral galaxies with small high surface brightness companion
on arms"; "appearance of wake from stellar object in eastern arm" (Arp)

8. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5665
Small, bright nucleus or condensation. Faint bar: 0.4 arcmin x 0.05 arcmin.
One asymmetric arm forms an outer loop: 1.3 arcmin x 0.75 arcmin.
Lund 9, Heidelberg Veroff. Vol. 9, 1926 and HA 88,2 dimensions are for the
bright part only.

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