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Notes for object NGC 1415

9 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2005MNRAS.362.1319L
Re:NGC 1415
NGC 1415. This galaxy is classified as having an intermediate-type bar in RC3,
and it is also reported to have an elliptical inner structure in the red
continuum by Garcia-Barreto & Moreno (2000) and in the Two-Micron All-Sky Survey
(2MASS) images by Erwin (2004). Garcia-Barreto & Moreno interpreted it as a
secondary bar, but due to the similarity in position angle with the main disc,
Erwin suggested that it might be an inner disc. We found near nuclear spiral
arms at r= 9 arcsec, being well illustrated in the unsharp mask (Fig. 5) and
visible also in the polar angle map, which confirms the disc-like nature of this
structure. The primary bar has ansae at the two ends of the assumed bar, but the
morphology has some disc-like characteristics. Our K_s_-band image is not very
deep, showing only the bar region but not the outer exponential disc.

2. 2005MNRAS.362.1319L
Re:NGC 1415
NGC 1415. All the previously identified structural components are visible in the
surface brightness profile of this galaxy - the bar, the inner disc, the bulge
and the outer disc - but the image does not have sufficient depth for reliable
fitting of the outer disc. As a compromise, the bar and the exponential disc
were fitted by a single function, with the consequence that this decomposition
can be used only as an approximation for the B/T ratio, but not for estimating
the scalelength of the disc (the disc parameters are not shown in Table 7).

3. 2004A&A...415..941E
Re:NGC 1415
NGC 1415: Garcia-Barreto & Moreno (2000) reported an inner "stellar bar" in red
continuum images of this barred Sa. Since the position angle they report
(~150^degrees^) is very close to the RC3 position angle (148^degrees^), this is
a candidate inner disk. No archival images are available; 2MASS images also
suggest an inner elliptical feature, but there are indications of isophote
twists, so this might be a nuclear spiral instead. Higher-resolution near-IR
images are needed.

4. 2002MNRAS.337..641W
Re:HIPASS J0341-22
J0341-22 Considerable ripple can be seen in this spectrum, and if the
fitted baseline shown is subtracted, the profile more obviously has the
typical double-horned shape of an inclined spiral galaxy (NGC 1415). The
velocity and velocity width measurements are in close agreement with the
values published by Andreani, Casoli & Gerin (1995).

5. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 1415
Sa/SBa(late)
(I,I,1)
PH-3071-S
Sep 8/9, 1958
103aD + GG11
35 min
NGC 1415 is similar to NGC 3166, above,
and to NGC 2855, NGC 3619, and NGC 7377
on panels 74 and 75, in that the spiral pattern is
composed entirely of dust lanes of the MAS type.
The distribution of disk light is smooth with only
a hint of several lumps that may be small HII
regions. Hence, the current rate of star formation
is small. The central bulge is of intermediate
size. The disk surface brightness is high.

6. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 1415
= IC 1983
Plate 3620
Overexposed center, dist bar and (r): 1.35 x 0.55, very faint broad (R):
3.6 x 1.3. NGC 1416 9.4 south-south-following.

7. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 033846-2243.4
=ESO 482- G 33
very faint envelope
in cluster

8. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1415
Non-interacting pair with NGC 1416 at 9.3 arcmin.

9. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1415
Very bright nucleus
in bright isolated lens: 1.4 arcmin x 0.55 arcmin,
with spiral pattern of dark lanes.
Extremely faint (R): 3.1 arcmin x 1.7 arcmin.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 1416 at 9.3 arcmin.


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