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Notes for object NGC 7064

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1. 2003A&A...406..505R
Re:NGC 7064
NGC 7064 is a H II region like galaxy (Kirhakos & Steiner 1990). Radio
emission has been detected at {lambda}35 cm (Harnett & Reynolds 1991),
which extends over the inner disk with a maximum intensity at the
nucleus. The disk emission is more pronounced to the east, which
corresponds to the optical emission distribution. They further show in
their map a weak extension to the south, which apparently has no
optical counterpart. NGC 7064 has also been detected in the ROSAT All
Sky Survey (RASS), which was included in a study of IRAS galaxies
(Boller et al. 1998). The X-ray intensity maximum is offset from the
IRAS position (nucleus). Furthermore, weaker emission is detected to
the south of NGC 7064 at larger distances far out in the halo region.
Presently it is not clear if it is related to NGC 7064. In Fig. 14 we
show our H{alpha} image, scaled logarithmically, to show the faint
halo. A few emission patches and plumes are visible to the south of the
disk, and also in the northern part. The disk emission is
asymmetrically distributed, with the eastern part being most prominent.
There is a prominent hole in the southern disk, bisecting the disk
almost entirely. In our logarithmically scaled image the hole is almost
filled with diffuse emission, but its intensity is weaker than in the
eastern and western part of the disk-halo interface. Although the
L_FIR_/D^2^_25_ ratio is quite low, it should be noted that the
S_60_/S_100_ ratio is the highest in our sample.

2. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 7064
Scd(on edge)
Sep 28/29, 1978
103aO + GG385
45 min
HII-region candidates begin to appear
across the image of NGC 7064 at about B = 19.5.
Individual stars are definitely present at B = 21,
but still-brighter stars are undoubtedly confused
with HII regions and must be separately identified
before conclusions as to the upper stellar
luminosity are secure.
The redshift is v_o = 722 km/s.

3. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 7064
Plate 1592
Overexposed center, dark lane? Many knots; similar to NGC 4631. Bright star
1.3 south-preceding.
Plate 2391
Overexposed center, knotty arms. Pretty bright star 1.3 south-south-preceding.

4. 1979AJ.....84..472S
Re:NGC 7064
On edge.
No central bulge.

5. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 7064
Precise Position and Photograph:
A.J., 76, 775, 1971.

6. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 7064
Bright central part (bar?): 2.0 arcmin x 0.2 arcmin with some knots.
2 main arms.

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