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Notes for object NGC 5701

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1. 2004MNRAS.355.1251L
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 3166, 4699, 4939, 5701 and 6394. For these galaxies the bar resides
mostly inside the large bulge, of which NGC 3166 and 4699 are shown as
examples in Fig. 2. The bars are so strong that, for example, for NGC
4699, according to our decomposition model, the surface brightnesses of
the bar and the bulge are nearly the same at the edge of the bar. It is
clear that in these galaxies ignoring the bar would overestimate the
B/D ratio.

2. 2004MNRAS.355.1251L
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701 (Fig. 8b, available in the online version). This is a galaxy
with a bar and a well-defined outer pseudo-ring of type R (see
appendix 3 of RC3 and Buta 1995). The ring is better defined in the
B-band image. The bar itself appears inside an oval/lens feature. The
bar has clear A2 and A4 amplitude peaks and their phases are
maintained nearly constant in the bar region. Also, the 'butterfly
pattern' forms four symmetric well-defined regions, as expected for a
bar. The m = 2 amplitude peak in the polar angle map is very wide,
which is the reason why the Q_T_ profile is also wide. In this case, no
spiral anus are visible, so the wide amplitude and Q_T_ profiles seem to
be characteristic for the bar itself. The galaxies NGC 5101, 3275 and
3504 are all cases having a classical well-developed bar and an inner
ring located at the distance of the outer edge of the bar. However,
they also have other characteristics that make them unique compared
with the other galaxies.

3. 2004MNRAS.355.1251L
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701 (Fig. 8b, available in the online version). This is a galaxy with a bar
and a well-defned outer pseudo-ring of type R'_2_ (see appendix 3 of RC3 and
Buta 1995). The ring is better defned in the B-band image. The bar itself
appears inside an oval/lens feature. The bar has clear A_2_ and A_4_ amplitude
peaks and their phases are maintained nearly constant in the bar region. Also,
the 'butterfly pattern' forms four symmetric well-defned regions, as expected
for a bar. The m =2 amplitude peak in the polar angle map is very wide, which is
the reason why the QT profle is also wide. In this case, no spiral arms are
visible, so the wide amplitude and QT profles seem to be characteristic for the
bar itself.
The galaxies NGC 5101, 3275 and 3504 are all cases having a
classical well-developed bar and an inner ring located at the distance of the
outer edge of the bar. However, they also have other characteristics that make
them unique compared with the other galaxies.

4. 2002ApJS..143...73E
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701.---(R)SB0: Bright centrally condensed nucleus embedded in a
large, bright, slightly elliptical bulge. Bulge is threaded by a
faint, diffuse bar, oriented parallel to the bulge major axis.
Bulge/bar system is embedded in a faint disk. The disk is largely
featureless, but there are a few objects that are either knots or
companion galaxies. The disk may have a faint outer ring.

5. 2002ApJS..142..223F
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701. This source was not detected by the NVSS. 1.4 GHz, 54"
resolution observations (Condon 1987) also did not detect this source.
Hummel et al. (1987) establish an upper limit of 0.6 mJy to any
emission at 1.4 GHz, 13" resolution. The 0.2" resolution observations
of Nagar et al. (2000) give an upper limit of 1.1 mJy to any
small-scale radio emission at 15 GHz.

6. 1997A&AS..125..479J
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701 (RSB0/a, 1"~100 pc, I=15.2^deg^)
There is a strong twist ({delta}PA=39^deg^ between a=3" and 38") inside the
large-scale bar (e_max_=0.44 at a=38", PA=0^deg^), probably not explainable by
projection effects since the galaxy inclination is only 15^deg^.

7. 1996AJ....112..937D
Re:NGC 5701
10: NGC 5701 (S0/a). Arecibo reported 9.9 Jy km s^-1^ while Green Bank
reported between 40 and 50 Jy km s^-1^ and Nancay reported 58 Jy km s^-1^. We
originally mapped this galaxy with the circular feed and found that the H I
extended over 20'. Because the H I is so extended, we re-observed this galaxy
with the flat feed to reduce sidelobe contamination, and data from the
flat-feed spectra are reported in Table 1(b) and shown in Fig. 3. The H I
around NGC 5701 appears to be in a regular disk, following a smooth rotation
curve with no obvious sign of interaction or warping. There is, however, a
separate H I "cloud" ~15' to the northwest that has no optical counterpart.
NGC 5701 appears to be quite isolated on the sky optically, and we searched
over ~1 deg^2^ with a coarse grid and found no evidence for other H I sources
in the vicinity.

8. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5701
(PR)SBa
(E,L,0)
CD-1341-S/Br
Mar 14/15, 1980
103aO + GG385
40 min
NGC 5701 is one of the best examples of the NGC 210 look, defined
in previous paragraphs on this panel, but where the pattern is seen
nearly face on.
The diffuse bar, defined by the two faint, luminosity-enhanced
ansae, terminates on the rim of a moderately high surface brightness
disk. The outer arms, each of which nearly overlaps the other after a
half turn, attach to the disk rim at nearly diametrically opposite
points. The position angles of the attachment points are at 1 and 7
o'clock in the print here. The attachments can be more easily seen on
the high-contrast print on panel 104.
Note the change in orientation of the prints here and there.

9. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5701
(PR)SBa
(E,L,0)
CD-1341-S/Br
March 14/15, 1980
103aO + GG385
40 min
The broken-disk pattern at the termination of the bar with the
disk, seen well in NGC 4596 to the left, is displayed here in the
central regions of the three galaxies shown in this column. The outer
regions all have the NGC 0210 look to their exterior arm pattern.
Only a hint of the internal broken-disk pattern exists in the
central region of NGC 5701. The rim of the disk brightens along two
stubby arcs, one at each termination of the bar. The surface
brightness of the disk is lower than in either NGC 2217 or NGC 5101,
below.
The outer regions of NGC 5701 are shown in prints on the
preceding page and on panel 104.

10. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 5701
(PR)SBa
(E,L,0)
CD-1341-S/Br
March 14/15, 1980
103aO + GG385
40 min
NGC 5701, together with NGC 5101 on the preceding panel, are the
latest SBa galaxies that have the NGC 210 look in this atlas.
The regions of attachment of the arms to the rim of the disk are
moderately well defined at position angles of 5:30 and 11:30 in this
print. Appreciable star formation is occurring in the outer arms. The
arms are fragmentary. They cannot be traced as two single units, but
rather they bifurcate into many fragments forming a multi-arm pattern
(MAS) over the outer face of the image. The type is SBa beyond
doubt. The classification as a transition SB0/a type in the RC2, based
on a Mount Wilson 100-inch plate, is not supported here.

11. 1993AJ....106.1405P
Re:NGC 5701
NGC 5701. This galaxy is a nearly face-on SB0/a galaxy with a faint
nuclear source and a large, sparse ring of H II regions in the outer disk
of the galaxy, well beyond the bar (D_ring_ = 0.84 D_0_). Like NGC 160,
the outer ring region is also faintly visible in the continuum image, and
on the POSS plates.

12. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5701
Small anonymous spiral visible between lens and (R).

13. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 09436
(R)SB(rs)0/a (de Vaucouleurs)
Companions 0.9, 221 (superimposed), 0.35 x 0.30; and 4.1, 263, 0.5 x 0.12,
spiral, magnitude approximately 16.

14. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5701
Small, very bright, diffuse nucleus. Bright inner lens: 0.55 arcmin x
0.55 arcmin. Bright bar with blobs: 1.3 arcmin x 0.3 arcmin. Faint (r):
1.3 arcmin x 1.3 arcmin. Narrow filamentary, partially resolved, spiral arcs
form a faint (R): 3.4 arcmin x 3.4 arcmin. Small anonymous spiral visible
between the lens and (R).
Lund 9 dimensions are for the bright part only.


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