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Notes for object NGC 6977

4 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2010AJ....139....1P
Re:HCG 088B
HCG88b: HCG88b is an SBb galaxy. The RC rises regularly. It presents a
small plateau between 4" (1.5 kpc) and 10" (4 kpc) and between 30" (11.5
kpc) and 40" (15.5 kpc). The RC rises to 300 km s^-1^ and then drops to
190 km s^-1^. Due to these irregularities, the "best fit" is clearly not
appropriate. The largest contribution comes from the disk. It shows a
plateau at 210 kms s.1. The bulge also has a large contribution in order
to fit the inner part of the curve and the halo rises linearly to 190 km
s^-1^.
The result of the fit using the NFW model shows a major contribution
of the halo and the result for the maximum disk is almost identical to
that of the isothermal halo.
The photometric profile is well fitted by a combination of a bulge
and an exponential disk. However, the disk shows some small oscillations
which obviously cannot be reproduced with the exponential disk.

2. 2010AJ....139....1P
Re:HCG 088B
HCG88b: HCG88b is an SBb galaxy. The RC rises regularly. It presents a
small plateau between 4" (1.5 kpc) and 10" (4 kpc) and between 30" (11.5
kpc) and 40" (15.5 kpc). The RC rises to 300 km s^-1^ and then drops to
190 km s^-1^. Due to these irregularities, the "best fit" is clearly not
appropriate. The largest contribution comes from the disk. It shows a
plateau at 210 kms s.1. The bulge also has a large contribution in order
to fit the inner part of the curve and the halo rises linearly to 190 km
s^-1^.
The result of the fit using the NFW model shows a major contribution
of the halo and the result for the maximum disk is almost identical to
that of the isothermal halo.
The photometric profile is well fitted by a combination of a bulge
and an exponential disk. However, the disk shows some small oscillations
which obviously cannot be reproduced with the exponential disk.

3. 1998A&AS..130..333T
Re:PGC 065625
HICK 88B
Triple system HICK 88A (Sb), HICK 88B (Sa), and HICK 88C (Sbc). All are
in the beam at respectively V=6033, 6010, 6083 km/s (Hickson,
1993ApL....29....1H). The 3 HI contributions are superimposed.

4. 1963MCG3..C...0000V
Re:MCG -01-53-016
Main members of a cluster with MCG -01-53-014, MCG -01-53-015, and
MCG -01-53-017, where MCG -01-53-014, 015, and 016 form a string of
members which are equidistant. The distance between MCG -01-53-017
and 016 is 2.5 arcmin, and between 016 and 015 is 1.8 arcmin. All
are surrounded by a mass of not dense objects 18 mag - 20 mag.


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