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Notes for object MESSIER 098

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1. 2003PASJ...55...59S
Re:NGC 4192
4.1 NGC 4192 A bright CO intensity peak is observed at the center, and
the galaxy is classified as a "central/single-peak" type (Paper I). The
rotation characteristics appears normal with high velocity rotation at
~500 pc. The rotation velocity, then, declines to a minimum at 3-4 kpc
according to the outer rotation curve taken from the literature (Sofue
et al. 1999). It is then followed by a flat rotation, which continues
to the outer edge. The SMD shows that the central core and bulge
compose a single component, which is surrounded by an exponential disk.

2. 2003PASJ...55...17S
Re:NGC 4192
6.1 NGC 4192 An extremely bright CO peak is observed at the center,
which classifies this galaxy in a "central-peak" type, while it appears
that the peak may be resolved into two peaks at higher resolution.
Hence, the classification depends on the resolution. The central peak
is surrounded by a bright disk at high inclination at about the same
inclination as the optical disk. The position velocity diagram shows a
very high-velocity rotation, whose maximum reaches almost 250 km s^-1^.
However, the central CO peak is rotating more slowly at about
100 kms ^-1^.

3. 2002ApJS..142..223F
Re:NGC 4192
NGC 4192. NVSS reports a 24 mJy source, while 33 mJy were detected in
the Green Bank survey. 1.4 GHz, 54" resolution observations (Condon
1987) show a 74 mJy north-south oriented source. FIRST detected a 16.8
mJy source, slightly extended to the southeast, while 15 GHz, 4"
resolution observations of Nagar et al. (2000) detect 1.3 mJy - the
source must be dominated by low surface brightness emission. The same
authors give an upper limit of 1.3 mJy to any small-scale radio
emission at 15 GHz (0.2" resolution).

4. 2002ApJS..139....1T
Re:NGC 4192
NGC 4192 (T2). An analysis of the ASCA data is presented in Terashima
et al. (2000c). Since the object is very faint, we estimated its
spectral shape using the hardness ratio (2-7 keV)/(0.5-2 keV). Assuming
the Galactic absorption and a power-law spectrum, we obtain a photon
index of ~1.7.

5. 1998ApJ...496..133B
Re:NGC 4192
NGC 4192.--This transition-type spiral is highly inclined (i=83^deg^) and is
heavily reddened internally (H{alpha}/H{beta} = 14.3 after removal of Galactic
reddening), yet its optical nucleus is one of the sharpest in the sample.

6. 1995AJ....109.1608R
Re:NGC 4192
This SAB(s)ab galaxy is highly inclined to the line of sight
(i = 83^deg^). The B image shows widely scattered bright spots and dust
lanes in the disk and cutting across the bulge. In NGC 4438, dust lies
cutting across the bulge are interpreted as a sign of strong tidal
disturbance. Here, it can be explained by the high inclination of the
galaxy. Keel (1983) classifies the spectrum of the nucleus of this galaxy
as "low ionization." This indicates that star formation is occuring in
the nucleus.

7. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 4192
VCC 92
Sb II:
CD-2137-S
March 22/23, 1982
103aO
50 min
NGC 4192 is in the northwestern corner of
the Virgo Cluster survey area (Binggeli, Sandage,
and Tammann 1985). It is one of only five
galaxies in the RSA having a negative velocity
relative to the Local Group, and it is, therefore,
beyond doubt a member of the Virgo Cluster. Its
velocity reduced to the centroid of the Local
Group is v_o = -131 km/s.
The resolution into stars in NGC 4192 is
evidently much less complete than in NGC 4258,
below and to the left, although numerous HII
regions are present throughout the arms. The
largest of these resolve at about the 4" level (core
diameter).

8. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 4192
= M 98
= Holm 348a
Pair with NGC 4186 at 11.5 arcmin south-following (= Holm 348b) and
Holm 348c at 9.5 arcmin south-preceding.
Photometry and Isodensitometry:
Ap. J. Suppl., 26, No. 230, 1973.
Photometry (10 microns):
Ap. J. (Letters), 176, L95, 1972.

9. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 07231
SAB(s)ab (de Vaucouleurs), Sb+ (Holmberg)
See UGC 07223
UGC 07240 at 11.4, 156

10. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 4192
= Messier 098
= Holm 348a
Very small, extremely bright nucleus partially hidden by a dark lane. Smooth
bar or lens: 5.0 arcmin x 0.85 arcmin with many dark lanes. Partially
resolved spiral arcs near edge. Smooth outer arms form a pseudo (R):
7.9 arcmin x 1.7 arcmin.
Pair with NGC 4186 (= Holm 348b) at 11.5 arcmin south-following, pair with
Holm 348c at 9.5 arcmin south-preceding.
Photometry:
Izv. Pulkovo, 20, No. 156, 87, 1956.
Soviet A.J., 32, 16, 1955.

11. 1918PLicO..13....9C
Re:NGC 4192
An open, elongated spiral 8' x 2' in p.a. 150^deg^. Bright stellar nucleus;
numerous almost stellar condensations. Absorption effects on east side.
Figure in Vogel I, No.6 (Leip. Beob., Bd. 1). M.98. See Abs. Eff. 30 s.n.


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