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Notes for object NGC 7464

8 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2005MNRAS.364.1253V
Re:NGC 7464
NGC 7463. This galaxy is part of a triple system with NGC 7464 (to the S of NGC
7463) and NGC 7465 (not shown in Fig. 1). At 850 {mu}m we clearly detect
emission from both NGC 7463 and 7464, which seem to be joined by a bridge of
submm emission. The flux listed in Table 1 is for NGC 7463 alone, measured in an
aperture corresponding to its main optical extent. Unfortunately, a very noisy
bolometer to the SE prevents us measuring the flux from the eastern half of NGC
7464, but excluding this region we measure a flux for the pair of 0.051+/-0.012
Jy, though obviously a lower limit.
An IRAS source is associated with NGC 7465, which is resolved from the other
members of the system at 60 {mu}m (HIRES; Aumann, Fowler & Melnyk 1990). Dust
properties of this system (using SCUBA data observed as part of SLUGS) are
studied in detail by Thomas et al. (2002).

2. 1995A&A...297..643W
Re:NGC 7464
NGC 7464. This E1 galaxy belongs to a trio of galaxies, NGC 7463/64/65.
All members of the trio show evidence of structural peculiarities
(Gallagher et al. 1981). NGC 7468 (see below) may be an outlying member
of this group. NGC 7464 is classified as a E1p and has a very lumpy
brightness distribution, similar to NGC 3077. The NGC 7463-64-65 system
appears to be gas rich, with an extended HI distribution similar to the
M81-82 system. Although not spatially resolved, the HI profile seems to
contain emission from NGC 7463 and NGC 7465 only (Gallagher et al. 1981).
We obtain a three sigma upper limit to the H_2_ mass of 4 x 10^7^ M_sun_.

3. 1985AnTok..202.237T
Re:KUG 2259+157B
In a pair with KUG 2259+157A. A spiral (KUG 2259+157A) and an almost
globular HII region (KUG 2259+157B) make a detached pair. In a triple
system with KUG 2259+156.

4. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 7464
= Holm 802c
Pair with NGC 7463 at 0.8 arcmin.
In a triple system with NGC 7463 and NGC 7465.

5. 1975ByuO...47....1A
Re:ARK 573
(= NGC 7464)
Compact nearly symmetric blue object.
According to [A.J., 72, 730, 1967] it is an elliptical galaxy.
Together with the galaxy MRK 0313
it is part of the triple system Holmberg 802.
A. and G. de Vaucouleurs [A.J., 72, 730, 1967] found emission
lines of [SII], [NII], H{alpha} , [OIII], [OII]
with a radial velocity of +2,102 km/sec,
which coincides with the radial velocity of MRK 0313
[Arakalyan, Dibai and Esipov, 1972, Astrofisika, 8, 177]

6. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 12315
S0? (de Vaucouleurs)
UGC 12316 at 0.8 north-preceding
In triple subgroup with UGC 12317 at 1.9, 106

7. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 7464
= Holm 802c

8. 1918PLicO..13....9C
Re:NGC 7464
A moderately bright, nearly round, structureless patch of nebulosity 0.3' long;
probably spiral.

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