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Notes for object NGC 5719

10 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
SDSS object type: Galaxy
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
12:COSMIC_RAY - contains a cosmic ray pixel
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
31:MOVED - object appears to have moved during exposure
SDSS Object Flag2:
3:BAD_MOVING_FIT - motion not linear, not deblended as moving
14:DEBLEND_NOPEAK - object has no detected peak
18:DEBLEND_DEGENERATE - some peaks had degenerate templates

2. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
Photometry: u SDSS AB
SDSS u-band type: Galaxy
SDSS u-band Flag1:
0:CANONICAL_CENTER - used canonical, not local, center.
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS u-band Flag2:
6:BINNED_CENTER - image was binned while centroiding
14:DEBLEND_NOPEAK - object has no detected peak
19:BRIGHTEST_GALAXY_CHILD - brightest child among one parent's children

3. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
Photometry: g SDSS AB
SDSS g-band type: Galaxy
SDSS g-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
12:COSMIC_RAY - contains a cosmic ray pixel
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS g-band Flag2:
6:BINNED_CENTER - image was binned while centroiding
19:BRIGHTEST_GALAXY_CHILD - brightest child among one parent's children

4. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
Photometry: r SDSS AB
SDSS r-band type: Galaxy
SDSS r-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
12:COSMIC_RAY - contains a cosmic ray pixel
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS r-band Flag2:
6:BINNED_CENTER - image was binned while centroiding
19:BRIGHTEST_GALAXY_CHILD - brightest child among one parent's children
20:CANONICAL_BAND - this band was primary (usually r)

5. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
Photometry: i SDSS AB
SDSS i-band type: Galaxy
SDSS i-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
12:COSMIC_RAY - contains a cosmic ray pixel
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS i-band Flag2:
6:BINNED_CENTER - image was binned while centroiding
19:BRIGHTEST_GALAXY_CHILD - brightest child among one parent's children

6. 2004SDSS2.C...0000:
Re:SDSS J144056.36-001905.6
Photometry: z SDSS AB
SDSS z-band type: Galaxy
SDSS z-band Flag1:
4:CHILD - object is part of a blended parent object
12:COSMIC_RAY - contains a cosmic ray pixel
15:BAD_RADIAL - some low S/N radial points
17:INTERP - object contains interpolated-over pixels
28:BINNED1 - detected at >=5 sigma in original imaging frame
SDSS z-band Flag2:
6:BINNED_CENTER - image was binned while centroiding
19:BRIGHTEST_GALAXY_CHILD - brightest child among one parent's children

7. 2004A&A...417..527L
Re:NGC 5719
In NGC 5719 (Fig. 10) the tilted dust lane is remarkable. This dust lane
is significantly bent and inclined to the major axis of the galaxy. The
boxy structure in the outer parts of the bulge envelops the inner dust
distorted bulge.
Peletier & Balcells (1996) find in NGC 5719 differences in (B - R) and
(U - R) between bulge and disk of the order 0.2 mag resp. 0.3 mag. These
differences are nearly the largest values in their sample of 30
galaxies, although the values are not extraordinary. Balcells & Peletier
(1994) find a typical colour gradient within the bulge reflecting the
blueing to the outer parts of the bulge.

8. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5719
Interacting pair with NGC 5713 at 12 arcmin

9. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 09462
SAB(s)ab pec (de Vaucouleurs)
Strong absorption along edge
See UGC 09451

10. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 5719
Very bright nucleus in a short bar. Strong dark lanes on the lens and on the
near side. Outer part distorted by interaction with NGC 5713. Similar to
NGC 3190.
Lund 9 dimensions are for the bright part only.
Interacting pair with NGC 5713 at 12 arcmin.


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