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Notes for object NGC 4911

5 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2000AJ....119..580B
Re:NGC 4911
NGC 4911: This is one of the two giant spirals in Coma, projected
at 20' (~0.4 Mpc) southeast of the core. It is H I deficient
(Def_HI_ = 0.58) and presents an offset of 5"-10" between H I and
optical positions. A striking emission is detected southwest of this
galaxy (not shown in Fig. 2), which suggests a close interaction with
its neighbor DRCG 27-62. We will discuss this result in a future paper.

2. 1996A&AS..116..193C
Re:CGCG 160-260
CGCG 160-260: CBCD give 3.0 10^9^ M_sun_, while DK give 6.2 10^9^ and KP
5.9 10^9^ M_sun_. It is likely that CBCD have missed some CO emission: their
central position differs by 7" from the one used by DK, and the spectrum is
highly asymetric. (KP)

3. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 4911
= Holm 499a
Pair with small anonymous (Holm 499b) at 0.6 arcmin.
In the Coma Cluster

4. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 08128
Sb (de Vaucouleurs)
18' south-following center of Coma I cluster, a large number of galaxies near

5. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 4911
= Holm 499a
Pair with small anonymous galaxy (= Holm 499b) at 0.6 arcmin.


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