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Notes for object IC 4710

6 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2006MNRAS.366.1265B
Re:IC 4710
This galaxy has plenty of H II regions but does not seem to harbour large-scale
rotation.

2. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:IC 4710
SBd(s)IV
CD-1472-S/Br
May 10/11, 1980
103aO + GG385
45 min
IC 4710 is similar in appearance to
NGC 4242 and NGC 2552 on the preceding panel.
Each is of low surface brightness. Each has a
central, pointlike nucleus. Each has an
ill-defined spiral pattern that is not entirely
chaotic.
Stars begin to appear in IC 4710 at about
B = 21. The redshift of the galaxy is v_o = 508 km/s.
A probable companion (ImIII) is separated
by 4.5'. It shows about the same degree of resolution
into stars and HII-region candidates as IC 4710.
At a redshift distance of 10 Mpc (H = 50)
the projected linear separation from IC 4710 is
small at 13 kpc.

3. 1993ApJS...88..415R
Re:IC 4710
IC 4710 has plenty of H II regions for a dwarf galaxy, but at a distance
of 9 Mpc (Tully 1988) and in a comparatively crowded field, they are not
easy to pick out. In the continuum, IC 4710 is dominated by a bar, much
like the Large Magellanic Cloud, and in fact they have similar absolute
magnitudes. A number of H II regions are strung out along the bar, but
the dominant star-forming regions are to be found scattered around the
outer parts. In addition, several diffuse, extended regions of H{alpha}
emission are seen, perhaps corresponding to the shells and superbubbles
found in Magellanic-type systems.

4. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:IC 4710
Plate 2290
Knotty, several stars superposed. Faint companion 4.5 north-north-preceding,
3.9 north-north-following.

5. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 182328-6700.8
=ESO 103- G 22
2 small companions 4' north

6. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:IC 4710
Low surface brightness.


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