Pair [with Im or BCD]
March 23/24, 1982
103aO + GG385
NGC 4835 forms an apparent pair with a
dwarf shred (Im or BCD; classified as dIBm in
the RC1) as a possible companion visible on this
print near the lower-left border, at 1.6' separation.
The resolution into knots (presumed HII
regions) in the companion and in NGC 4835
itself is the same, suggesting a common distance.
The redshift of NGC 4835 is v_o = 1973 km/s.
At the redshift distance of 39 Mpc (H = 50)
the projected linear separation of the pair is
small, at 18 kpc.
Overexposed center (with bar?), (r'): 1.2 x 0.4. Extremely faint plume
north-preceding. Companion or very bright knot superposed 1.1 north-preceding.
Small IBm? 1.6 south-preceding.
=ESO 269- G 19
disturbed by small companion 1.2 north preceding
small companion 1.7 south preceding
Lumpy arms, but with no good prospect of resolution into HII regions
larger than the 1 arcsec level.
Non-interacting pair with very small dIBm at 1.7 arcmin
A.J., 72, 821, 1967.
Very bright nucleus. 2 or 3 main, knotty arms with dark lanes.
Non-interacting pair with a very small anonymous dIBm: at 1.7 arcmin.