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Notes for object IC 1251

2 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2008MNRAS.388..500E
Re:UGC 10757
UGC 10757. This galaxy has a velocity of 1168 km s^-1^. It is located in a
triple subgroup with UGC 10762 (NGC 6340) an S0/a galaxy with a peculiar
morphology with a series of tightly wound, almost circular, multiple-fragment,
relatively thin outer arms surrounding a bulge and a lens at 6.4 arcmin and UGC
10769 which has an Sb pec morphological type located at 6.1 arcmin with a
velocity of 1283 km s^-1^. This system is clearly in interaction as shown by the
H I cloud in which the three galaxies are embedded (e.g. WHISP website). This
galaxy is asymmetric, with a brighter H{alpha} emission at the beginning of the
northern spiral arm, also seen in the optical (XDSS) and UV (GALEX) images. The
WHISP H I velocity field corresponding to the optical extent of the galaxy (also
coinciding with the brightest part of the H I complex) is in agreement with our
H{alpha} velocity field. However, the pattern of the whole extent of the H I
velocity field is quite odd, apparently because of several galaxies interacting
th ere. As a result, the width of the H I profile at 20 per cent found in the
literature for that galaxy (283 km s^-1^ from Springob et al. 2005, 276 km s^-1^
from Lang et al. 2003, 222 km s^-1^ from Theureau et al. 1998) is larger than
the amplitude of the H{alpha} velocity field because a more extended region is
embedded in the H I. The shape of the H{alpha} rotation curve suggests that we
are not far from reaching the maximum rotation velocity within the optical
limit.

2. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 10757
Probably very late
In triple subgroup with UGC 010762 at 6.4 and UGC 10769 at 6.1


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