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Notes for object NGC 0612

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1. 2006AJ....131..114B
Re:PKS 0131-36
PKS B0131-36: S0 galaxy NGC 612, studied in detail by
Ekers et al. (1978). It contains a prominent dust lane and is a
rare example of a radio galaxy with a disk.

2. 2003AJ....126.2237D
Re:NGC 0612
4.4. Ellipticals with Radio Cores
Several radio-excess galaxies belong to the sample of elliptical
galaxies with radio cores studied by Slee et al. (1994) and mentioned
in section 3.1: NGC 612 (F01317-3644), NGC 1052 (F02386-0828),
NGC 2110 (F05497-0728, discussed above), NGC 2911 (F09311+1022),
IC 5063 (F20482-5715, discussed above), NGC 7213 (F22061-4724), and
IC 1459 (F22544-3643). The radio cores in elliptical galaxies were
typically found by these authors to be extremely compact (unresolved
on scales of a few parsecs) and to have a large range of radio powers
[L_{nu}_(4.8 GHz) = 10^21^-10^26^ W Hz-1]. Their high-frequency
spectral indices are typically inverted or flat (<{alpha}>~0.3,
S_{nu}_ is proportional to {nu}^{alpha}^), as a result of absorption
consistent with SSA or FFA. These objects have a range of radio power
and radio excess, but low FIR luminosities [{nu}L_{nu}_(60 micron) <

3. 2001A&A...380..471B
Re:NGC 0612
0131-360 - NGC 612, this galaxy show a strong dust lane along the apparent
major axis, our spectrum has been obtained perpendicularly to the dust
lane, i.e. along the minor axis of the optical galaxy, no rotation is

4. 2000A&A...363..507G
Re:NGC 0612
0131-367 (NGC 612, z = 0.029): This bright SO galaxy with a prominent
dust-lane is the host of a prominent double radio source
(Ekers et al. 1978). The hybrid nature of its radio structure is evident
from its 5 GHz VLA map which shows a weak core flanked by two radio
lobes; the eastern lobe has a bright hotspot near its outer edge
(FR II type), whereas the western lobe exhibits a jet-like structure
which widens steadily and fades into a diffuse radio plume (FR I)
(Fig. 1a; Morganti et al. 1993).

5. 1993MNRAS.263.1023M
Re:NGC 0612
0131-36 (NGC 612). This is a very unusual S0 galaxy with a dust lane, a
prominent stellar bulge, extended emission lines and a radio structure
which our VLA image shows is FR II-like; it has a weak core and a bright
hotspot in the eastern lobe. The contour representation of the emission
masks the knotty jet leading to the eastern hotspot (it is apparent in
grey-scale representations). The western lobe is much more diffuse.

6. 1993MNRAS.263..999T
Re:PKS 0131-36
0131-36 (NGC 612). Weak emission lines of [O III] {lambda}{lambda}5007,
4959 and [O II] {lambda}3727 have been detected. The continuum colours
look to be typical of early-type galaxies, although the absorption
features of Ca II H & K, H{beta} and Na I D are unusually strong and
narrow and the 4000-A break appears to be weaker than average. The
unusual absorption spectrum may be related to the disc structure of the
host galaxy, with the possibility of absorption by the interstellar
medium in the disc.

7. 1992ApJS...80..137J
Re:MRC 0131-367
MRC 0131-367B*A
Complex source; an edge-brightened double,
with no MOST core component.
Models fitted by Ekers (1969) and SSM. Mapped by SM,
Slee (1977),
Ekers et al. (1978) and Ekers et al. (1989). The last shows a
core component in the VLA image.
Dust-lane galaxy NGC 612, 13.5 m at 01 31 43.60 -36 44 56.6, 32 arcsec
from the centroid with z = 0.0300, Westerlund & Smith
(1966). See Ekers et al. (1978) for a detailed discussion of
the galaxy.

8. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 0612
Plate 3524
Overexposed center, pretty bright lens. Fiducial mark superposed.
Plate 3596
Overexposed center, dark lane, pretty bright star 1.0 preceding. Several
faint companions near. 2nd in group.

9. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 013144-3644.9
=ESO 353- G 15
absorption lane
in cluster

10. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0612
= PKS 0131-36
In a cluster.
Austral. J. Phys., 19, 181, 1966.
Photometry: (UBV)
A.J., 74, 335, 1969 (+ companion at 01h33.9m, -36d30.9m).
Ap. J., 178, 1, 1972.
Dimensions on POSS (1.2 arcmin x 0.8 arcmin) used to reduce
magnitude and colors.

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