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Notes for object NGC 6964

5 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2010ApJ...713..330X
Re:NGC 6964
J2047+0019 = KPG 548. The S+E pair is one of the three pairs in the KPAIR
sample with size > 2.5'. The western component (S type), well resolved in
both the IRAC and the MIPS bands, shows a nucleus+ring structure. In
theMIPS bands, the ring is rather faint. The eastern component (E type) is
only marginally detected in the 24 micronband, undetected in the 70 and
160 micron bands. This pair has been studied by Domingue et al. (2003)
with ISOPHOT.

2. 1995A&AS..110..131R
Re:NGC 6964
NGC 6964: The stellar (no gas is detected) rotation and velocity
dispersion curves of the galaxy (Fig. 10) are quite flat in the center
and slowly increasing towards companion. This behaviour is partly due to
superpostion as discussed in the case of K 542b. Our value of the central
velocity dispersion is comparable, within errors, with the weighted value
from different spectra (248 +/- 44 km s^-1^) given by Bonfanti (1994).
The photometric profile follows an r^1/4^ law indicating that this object
is a bona fide elliptical. There is no evidence for isophotal twisting
and the ellipticity is quite constant outside 10 arcsec at ~0.3 (Fig.
18). The luminosity profile is fitted using an r^1/4^ within {DELTA}{mu}
<= 0.05 mag, as shown in Fig. 20. The (B - V) profile shows that the
galaxy has the typical colors of an elliptical galaxy. The isophotal
shape appears slightly disky at the 1% level along all measured profile
directions.

3. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 6964
In a dense group.
NGC 6962 and NGC 6964 = Kara[72] 548.

4. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 11629
E4 (de Vaucouleurs)
See UGC 11628

5. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 6964
In the NGC 6962 Group.


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