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Notes for object NGC 7192

6 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2002A&A...391..531R
Re:NGC 7192
This galaxy presents nearly circular isophotes, which results in the
irregular behavior of the position angle values shown in the figure.

2. 2002A&A...391..531R
Re:NGC 7192
The galaxies NGC 7192, NGC 7562 and NGC 7619 are the most displaced
with respect to the average in the flux ratios diagram. Its infrared
colors are likely to be compatible with the average Galactic clusters
population. NGC 7619 is a member of Pegasus I cluster, being the
brightest component, followed by NGC 7626. Both present disky isophotes
and abrupt variations of A3 and B3 coefficients, possibly indicating
high extinction regions. Forbes & Thomson (1992) found evidence of
tidal interactions between these two galaxies; since these interactions
can induce star formation bursts, this could explain, at least in part,
the fact that its infrared colors are among the bluest of our sample.

3. 2000A&AS..144...53K
Re:NGC 7192
The galaxy has some OIII emission and is detected in H{alpha}
(Macchetto et al. 1996). The scatter in the velocities is probably due
to this component. The velocity dispersion profile agrees with the
central value (185 km s^-1^) of Faber et al. (1989). The kinematic
data of Carollo & Danziger (1994) are however completely off, being
50 to 70 km s^-1^ larger (Fig. 6). The fact that their major and minor
axis data do not agree suggests that this dataset is not reliable.

4. 2000A&AS..144...53K
Re:NGC 7192
For NGC 7192 HST photometry from Carollo et al. (1997) is available.
These V-band data were shifted by -0.47 mag to merge smoothly into the
ground-based R-band data from Carollo & Danziger (1994). The HST-data
were used out to 10.9 arcsec.

5. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 7192
Aug 17/18, 1979
103aO + GG385
45 min
The characteristic three-zone S0 structure of NGC 7192 is
difficult to see on the print here because of the extremely high
surface brightness of the two inner zones. However, those zones exist,
and the morphology is similar to that of NGC 3065 (S0_1/2_ panel
38). The first two zones appear only as the single circular bulge in
the print here. The third zone is the extended outer envelope seen
well on this print. It can be traced on the original plate to the
distance slightly beyond the star at position angle 7 o'clock here.
The S0 classification is definite. The E0 type in the RC2, based
on a Mount Stromlo 30-inch plate, is not supported here.

6. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 7192
Plate 1728
Bright nucleus, pretty bright lens, extremely faint corona. Very bright center.

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