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Notes for object NGC 0895

7 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2006ApJS..165..307M
Re:NGC 0895
HIPASS J0221-05: S1 (NGC 895).This is an SBc having a weak H{alpha} emitting
nucleus, two tight H II region rich arms emerge from the bar with two flocculent
armlets between the primary arms. At r ~ 115" the arms merge to form an outer
pseudoring off-center toward E compared to the nucleus. The displacement may
result from interaction with S2 (NGC 895A as assigned by Zaritsky et al. 1993),
a very compact nearly circular BCD with LSB H{alpha} extensions along its minor
axis.

2. 2002ApJS..142..161P
Re:NGC 0895
5.2. NGC 895. NGC 895 (Fig. 8) is a severely warped, somewhat inclined
galaxy. Unlike the situation for UGC 260, NGC 895 does not appear to
have an obvious companion which could have caused its warp. NED lists a
companion, NGC 895A, cataloged just to the southeast [at {alpha}
(J2000)=2h25m45.1s, {delta}(J2000) = -05deg32'08", with a velocity of
2398 km s^-1^]. NGC 895A has an absolute magnitude of -15.9 mag based
on its apparent magnitude as listed in NED. This could be a small
galaxy, or it could just be a bright knot in the spiral arm of the main
galaxy. The spike in the H I spectrum at ~2140 km s^-1^ is a noisy
channel which is responsible for the spurious low column density H I
emission seen on the northwest side of NGC 895.

3. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0895
Sc(s)II
CD-1589-S/Br
Aug 11/12, 1980
103aO + GG385
45 min
The two principal arms can be traced into
the center. Well-defined (opaque) dust lanes exist
inside these high-surface-brightness dominant
arms throughout the region where their surface
brightness remains high. Low-surface-brightness
spiral arm fragments exist over the outer area of
the disk on the outside of the principal arms.
The redshift is v_o = 2383 km/s.

4. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0895
NGC 0894 is part of this galaxy.

5. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0895
(NGC 0894 is part of it).
Very small, bright nucleus, 2 main knotty arms with many branching
Description:
Ap. J., 46, 29, 1917, = MWC 132.

6. 1963MCG3..C...0000V
Re:MCG -01-07-002
{omega} = 38 degrees, {mu}1 = 67 degrees, {mu}2 = 71 degrees, {phi}1
= 350 degrees, {phi}2 = 370 degrees, l1 = 2.26, l2 = 2.09, "small
nucleus". According to NGC, these are two nebulae, connected with a
bridge(!), but this is not sure.

7. 1918PLicO..13....9C
Re:NGC 0895
A fine two-branched spiral about 4' in length; the two main whorls are much
brighter than the rest; nuclear portion bright, but not stellar. 894 is
simply a whorl of 895. 8 s.n.


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