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Notes for object NGC 3664

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1. 2008MNRAS.388..500E
Re:UGC 06419
UGC 6419 (NGC 3664, Arp 05). It is one of the prototypical strongly barred
magellanic spirals and has a nearby companion, UGC 6418, at 6.2 arcmin. H I Very
Large Array (VLA) observations (Wilcots & Prescott 2004) show that the current
interactions affect the morphology and the kinematics of the main galaxy. The H
I velocity fields of both galaxies are connected, with a large extension (~10
arcmin) compared with the optical one (~1 arcmin). The PA of the major-axis of
our H{alpha} velocity field is almost perpendicular to the H I one. Indeed, the
gradient of our H{alpha} velocity field is almost aligned along the bar, which
cannot be seen in the H I data due to the low spatial resolution. It is
therefore possible that our H{alpha} rotation curve does not reflect the
rotation of the galaxy but more probably the kinematics of the bar, likely to be
affected by non-circular motions. Anyway, the shape of our rotation curve (solid
body type) is not surprising for a galaxy of this type, but we find a rather low
r otation velocity considering the luminosity of that galaxy. This suggests that
the kinematical inclination (66^deg^) as well as the inclination determined from
the disc shape when excluding the tidal tail (57^deg^) are too high. Indeed, the
axial ratio of the disc including the tidal tail is close to one, suggesting
that the galaxy is seen almost face-on. We conclude that the velocities of our
H{alpha} rotation curve are probably underestimated. Furthermore, the H I
velocity field amplitude observed by Wilcots & Prescott (2004) (~150 km s^-1^)
is about twice ours (~70 km s^-1^), suggesting that we do not reach the maximum
of the rotation velocity.

2. 2002AJ....124..675C
Re:UGC 06419
The FSC and NVSS identifications are correct despite the large
FSC/optical and NVSS/optical offsets for this irregular galaxy.

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 3664
Pair [with NGC 3664A]
SBmIII
CD-1858-HB
April 6/7, 1981
103aO + GG385
45 min
Many HII-region candidates exist in the bar
of the disturbed morphology of NGC 3664. A
smaller companion (NGC 3664A; type SBm) with
the same disturbed morphology and the same
high degree of resolution into HII-region
candidates exists at a separation of 6.3'. The
redshift of NGC 3664 is v_o = 1231 km/s. If, as
seems likely, the two galaxies form a pair at the
same redshift distance of 25 Mpc, their projected
linear separation is small at 46 kpc. This, and
their disturbed morphology, suggest that a close
encounter may have occurred.
None of the many HII-region candidates are
resolved at the 1" level.

4. 1985ApJS...57..643D
Re:VV 251
Distorted spiral (irregular?).
Anemic, with a few HII regions.

5. 1977A&AS...28....1V
Re:VV 251
Plate 25 Chains/Nests
MCG +01-29-041 = VV 251 = Arp 005 = NGC 3664; 13.6m.
Similar here are VV 140, VV 524, VV 242, and VV 525; straight but
disrupting formations. V_0_=+1253 (RC1) bright [O II], [O III] and
hydrogen lines, inclined. Here is a nest of one larger, several
ireegulars in contact and many dwarfs, of which 5 form a chain.

6. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 3664
= Arp 005
= VV 251
= DDO 95
= Kara [72] 283
Interacting pair at 6.2 arcmin with NGC 3664A

7. 1975AJ.....80..545Z
Re:VIII Zw 146
=NGC 3664
Post-eruptive blue distorted spiral with stellar-condensations.
m(pg) = 13.6 [CGCG]

8. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 06419
VV 251, Arp 5, DDO 95
SB(s)m pec (de Vaucouleurs)
Strongly asymmetric, thin patchy bar, several loops
In Arp's class "spiral galaxies with low surface brightness"
{UGC 06418} at 6.4 south
{UGC incorrectly notes "UGC 06419". H. Corwin}

9. 1966AJ.....71..922v
Re:DDO 095
= NGC 3664.
Reproduction of this dwarf (?) barred spiral
in Morgan (Publ. A.S.P., 70, 364, 1958).

10. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 3664
Bright, knotty, narrow bar: 0.85 arcmin x 0.08 arcmin with a gap in the center.
Regular outer loop with some knots: 1.5 arcmin x 1.4 arcmin.
Interacting pair with NGC 3664A at 6.2 arcmin.
Interacting pair with an anonymous SAB(r)0+ at 12 arcmin.

11. 1959VV....C...0000V
Re:VV 251
= NGC 3664
Yerkes Type: aI


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