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Notes for object NGC 0232 E

2 note(s) found in NED.


1. 1999ApJS..120..209N
Re:NGC 0235A
NGC 235A (type 1?; Fig. 1) - A double Gaussian fitted to the 20cm
map gives fluxes of 25.5 and 12.5 mJy. The summed flux is 38.5 mJy,
consistent with the result of the double Gaussian fit. The northeast
component is not seen in the 3.6cm image. There is a confusing source
~2' away. The Seyfert type of this galaxy is uncertain. MWZ, the
catalog of Veron-Cetty & Veron (1996), and NED list this galaxy as a
Seyfert 1. Keel (1996) and the catalog of J. P. Huchra (1989, private
communication) list it as a Seyfert 2. Maia et al. (1987) have
published its spectrum and find that it exhibits broad H{alpha}
emission. They note that their classification is preliminary, because
the spectrum was not corrected for underlying stellar absorption,
interstellar reddening, and blending of lines. We therefore list this
galaxy as a "Seyfert 1?," and we use a classification of Seyfert 1 for
all further analysis. The H{alpha}+[N II] and excitation maps of MWZ
show an extension in P.A. similar to the P.A. of the radio extension.
RC3 lists a galaxy major axis P.A. of 117^deg^ for NGC 235A and no P.A.
for NGC 235B.

2. 1996ApJS..102..309M
Re:NGC 0235A
NGC 235A is the larger of a pair of interacting galaxies. The [O III] emission
is elongated in the east-west direction with a total linear extent of ~9" (6
kpc). In addition, there are two [O III] "blobs" ~10" to the southwest of the
nucleus. On small scales (< 3"), the H{alpha} emission has a peculiar curved
morphology with the major axis of the emission slightly offset from the
east-west orientation of the [O III] emission. Beyond that, the H{alpha}
emission is asymmetric with an extension to the southwest. This extension
shares the same general location as the [O III] blobs.


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