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Notes for object NGC 0980

4 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2003A&A...408..465M
Re:2MASX J02351856+4055356
(L125O): 2MASXi J0235204+405522=NGC 980: this object is classified as
an S0 and therefore unlikely to be detectable in HI, and our HI
spectrum (V_HI_ = 5744 km s^-1^, W_50_ = 592 km s^-1^, I_HI_ = 4.0 Jy
km s^-1^) is confused by nearby galaxies. Within the same telescope
beam as the target object (V_opt_ = 5796 +- 42 km s^-1^, B_T_ = 14.27,
D_25_ = 1.7'), lies the Sa spiral NGC 982 (V_opt_ = 5845 +- 52 km
s^-1^, B_T_ = 13.16, D_25_ =1.5') at 3.3', the Sd spiral UGC 2068 (B_T_
= 17.68, D_25_ =0.75') at 2.1' and the SBb spiral MCG +7-6-40 (B_T_ =
17.96, D_25_ = 0.35') at 4.2' distance; the latter two do not have a
known redshift. NGC 980 was detected at Arecibo (V_HI_ = 5757 km s^-1^,
W_50_ = 702 km s^-1^, I_HI_ = 8.2 Jy km s^-1^; Haynes et al. 1988), NGC
982 also at Arecibo (V_HI_ = 5737 km s^-1^, W_50_ = 568 km s^-1^, I_HI_
= 7.0 Jy km s^1^; Magri 1994) and UGC 2068 at Nancay (V_HI_ = 5740 km
s^-1^; Theureau et al. 1998). Seen the similar optical redshifts of NGC
980 and 982 and their proximity all published HI profiles of these
objects must be confused.

2. 2002A&A...388...50F
Re:NGC 0980
In the PV diagram of this S0 galaxy, a tilted and bright
component appears to be superimposed on a normal rotation
curve. The increase of both the velocity gradient and the
velocity dispersion toward the center are indicative of the
kinematics of a CNKD and give this PV diagram its Type I
classification. This is also the case for NGC 2179 and
NGC 7782.

3. 1994AJ....108.2128C
Re:PGC 009831
PGC 009831 = NGC 980, not N982. See J. Herschel, 1833PTRSL.123..359H.

4. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 02063
Paired with UGC 02066 at 3.6, 197
See UGC 02066


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