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Notes for object NGC 0128

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1. 1994MNRAS.268..203C
Re:NGC 0128
NGC 0128 is classified as an S0_2_(8) pec galaxy in the Revised Shapley
Ames Catalog, hereinafter referred to as the RSA catalogue (Sandage &
Tammann 1981). It is a known IRAS galaxy with flux densities of 750+/-41
mJy at 60 microns and 1550+/-115 mJy at 100 microns (Knapp et al. 1989).
It was not detected as a radio source by Dressel & Condon (1978),
who quoted a flux density of 5+/-3 mJy.

2. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0128
Hubble Atlas, p. 7
S0_2_(8) pec
(P)
PH-771-S
Aug 23/24, 1954
103aD + GG11
30 min
NGC 128 is the dominant member of a
group of at least five galaxies; two of the other
group members are the fainter companions
shown in this print and the one below. The five
brightest group members are NGC 125, 126,
127, 128, and 130. The two companions to NGC
128 shown here are NGC 130 [S0_1_(6)] above
and NGC 127 [S0_3_ pec] below NGC 128. The
prints are made from the same original plate used
in the Hubble Atlas.
The angular separations from NGC 128 are
0.9' for NGC 130 and 0.8' for NGC 127. The
redshift of NGC 128 is v_o = 4439 km/s, giving
a redshift distance of 89 Mpc (H = 50). The
projected linear separations are small, at 23 kpc
and 21 kpc for NGC 130 and NGC 127, respectively,
from NGC 128.
The connecting bridge between NGC 127
and NGC 128 clearly shows interaction.

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0128
Hubble Atlas, p. 7
S0_2_(8) pec
(P)
PH-771-S
Aug 23/24, 1954
103aD + GG11
30 min
The principal features in NGC 128 in the
positive print here are (1) the pronounced
peanut-shaped bulge, similar to but more
extreme than the same form in NGC 1175 (S0_2_,
panel 40) and others on the same panel, and (2)
the beginnings of a bright disk that is bent in its
extension beyond the left-hand (south) ansa.
The luminous bridge seen well in the top
print contains dust visible in projection against
the north ansa. Curiously, the internal dust ring
of NGC 127, which is the reason for its S0_3_
classification, cannot be traced in the part of the
image of NGC 127 closest to NGC 128. It is as if
the ring is broken and the dust that was there is
now seen in silhouette against the north side of
the disk in NGC 128.

4. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0128
In the NGC 0128 Group.
Photograph:
Ap. J., 144, 875, 1966.
Photometry:
Ap. J., 144, 875, 1966. V.V.R.,
Ap. J., 183, 731, 1973.
Rotation Curve:
Comm. Padova, No. 18, 1972.

5. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 00292
See UGC 00286
Brightest in group
Box-shaped nuclear bulge
Companions NGC 127 at 0.8, 304, 0.9: x 0.6, disturbed, S0 (de Vaucouleurs)
and NGC 130 at 1.0, 70, 0.8 x 0.5, disturbed; CGCG magnitude includes these
Companion 3.6, 208, (at 4.7, 111 from UGC 00286), 0.8 x 0.7
S0 (de Vaucouleurs)

6. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0128
Brightest galaxy in the NGC 0125/0130 Group.
Interacting pair with NGC 0127.
Very bright, peanut-shaped nucleus,
narrow flat component 0.8 arcmin x 0.08 arcmin is distorted.
Photograph:
Ap. J., 130, 20. 1959.

7. 1961Hubbl.B...0000S
Re:NGC 0128
S01 pec
PH-771-S
Aug. 23/24, 1954
103aD + GG11
30 min
Enlarged 8.0X
NGC 0128 has a peculiar box-shaped nucleus. Otherwise,
it resembles a normal S01 on edge. There is no evidence
for absorbing rings perpendicular to the plane such as
could explain the indentation of the center of the nucleus.
The box-shaped nucleus must therefore be a dynamical
feature of the galaxy.
NGC 0128 is the brightest member of a group. The two
other galaxies appearing with it in this illustration are
NGC 0127 north preceding and NGC 0130 north following
NGC 0128. Both are dynamical members of the, group and are
at the same distance as NGC 0128. In a luminous bridge between
NGC 0127 and NGC 0128, absorption lanes are seen silhouetted
against the north ansa of NGC 0128.


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