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Notes for object NGC 0753

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1. 2008MNRAS.388..500E
Re:UGC 01437
UGC 1437 (NGC 753). Relatively close to the centre of the A262 cluster, it is
not H I deficient, however. It has been already observed in the optical by
Rubin, Thonnard & Ford (1980), Amram et al. (1994) (Fabry-Perot data), Courteau
(1997) and by Vogt et al. (2004) who found roughly the same kinematical
parameters and rotation curves. From their H I rotation curve, Bravo-Alfaro et
al.(1997) confirm the flatness of the H{alpha} rotation curve even beyond the
optical radius (D_25_/2). Although less extended, our H{alpha} velocity field is
in good agreement with the H I observations by Broeils & van Woerden (1994) and
by WHISP (website).

2. 2004AJ....127.3273V
Re:UGC 01437
UGC 1437: ORC flux suggests strong H II regions along major axis.

3. 1997A&AS..126..537B
Re:NGC 0753
NGC 753 is one of the brightest spirals in the whole cluster, and the only
one in our sample on which additional WSRT data are available (Broeils et al.
1994). In Fig. 10a two HI features can be identified in the southern region.
They probably correspond to faint extensions of two spiral arms. Furthermore,
these two structures point away from the direction of the cluster center. This
asymmetric gas distribution, also evident in the velocity field of Fig. 10b, is
in a region where the H{alpha} map, from Amram et al. (1994), shows very few
HII regions, while most of the brightest ones are in the northern part. Our
position-velocity diagram confirms the overall shape of the H{alpha} rotation
curve (Fig. 10c). Our total flux measure is almost 50% lower than previous
values (e.g. 31.4 Jy km s^-1^ from Giovanelli & Haynes 1982) maybe because of
strong primary beam attenuation. This galaxy was observed at 22 minutes of arc
from the pointing center.

4. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0753
Sep 4/5, 1980
12 min
Racine wedge
The spiral pattern is extremely regular in
the inner region of NGC 753 where the two grand
design arms of very high surface brightness
originate. The regularity of the pattern is similar
to that of the inner arms of NGC 1566 (Sbc;
panels 171, S5), which is one of the most
symmetrical galaxies in the RSA.
The arms branch into well-defined fragments
at the place where the surface brightness
of the principal arms decreases rather abruptly
after about three-fourths of a turn.
The redshift of NGC 753 is v_o = 5145 km/s.
The absolute magnitude is bright at M_B_ = -22.7,
similar to M_B_ = -22.3 for NGC 1566.

5. 1994A&AS..103....5A
Re:NGC 0753
NGC 753: This galaxy is relatively close to the cluster center but it is
not HI-deficient (Giovanelli et al. 1982). The extension of the continuum
isophotes to the North of the galaxy is merely due to a spurious
reflection (out of focus) of the bright nucleus. It has, however, no
influence on the H{alpha} image or the measured velocities. The outer
southwest arm exhibits an anomalous behaviour where the isovelocity lines
change orientation suddenly toward the South when crossing this arm. In
order to save symmetry the velocity points measured inside this arm have
been excluded from the plot of the rotation curve. If they were included
the curve for the receding side would rise strongly at its end. The
simplest explanation is that this outer arm does not lie in the plane of
the disk. Whereas an inclination of 50^deg^ is found for the galaxy as a
whole, a clearly smaller value (around 30^deg^) is found for this arm.

6. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0753
NGC 0759 is separated from it by 23.5 arcmin
SN1954E and Photograph:
P.A.S.P., 82, 736, 1970.

7. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 01437
SAB(rs)bc (de Vaucouleurs)
SN 1954e
UGC 01440 at 23.5
Companion 3.2, 109, 0.7 x 0.2

8. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0753
Very small, very bright nucleus.
Hexagonal, pseudo (r): 0.33 arcmin x 0.3 arcmin.
Many weak filamentary arms with knots.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 0759 at 23.5 arcmin.

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