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Notes for object NGC 1194

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1. 2005ApJ...633..105D
Re:NGC 1194
4.7. NGC 1194 - NGC 1194 is a highly inclined spiral galaxy. It was classified
as a Seyfert 1 by de Grijp et al. (1992), who were surveying warm Infrared
Astronomical Satellite (IRAS) sources, on the basis of optical line widths and
ratios. In a survey of 12 micron galaxies, Imanishi (2003) (who classed it as a
type 2, as given in the original sample definition) obtained a 2.8-4.1 micron
spectrum of this object, finding no 3.3 micron polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon
emission, but evidence for coronal [Si IX] at 3.9 mirons. Our detection of only
narrow Br{gamma} would tend to support the Seyfert 2 classification. Sosa-Brito
et al. (2001) observed strong CO band-head absorption longward of 2.3 microns,
and we too, as for more than half of the nuclear spectra in our sample, find
relatively strong stellar absorption features present in the nuclear spectrum,
suggesting that recent or currently active star formation is an important
component of its nuclear energy budget.

2. 2003ApJS..148..327S
Re:UGC 02514
5.11. UGC 2514
This is a Seyfert 1 galaxy with slightly extended radio emission
along P.A. = 236^deg^ (Schmitt et al. 2001b). The [O III] image
(Fig. 6, bottom left panel) shows that most of the line emission is
displaced to the west of the nucleus, with two blobs separated by
.6" along P.A. = -70^deg^. The emission is extended by 1.35" (350
pc) along this direction and by 1.15" (290 pc) along P.A. = 190^deg^.

3. 2002AJ....124..675C
Re:UGC 02514
Seyfert 1. Unusually warm FIR source: alpha(25,60) = 0.47.

4. 2001ApJS..136...61S
Re:NGC 1194
5.7. NGC 1194 (=UGC 2514)
This Seyfert 1 galaxy has been little studied and thus not much is known
about it. NGC 1194 is a highly inclined spiral galaxy (Nilson 1973). A
diffuse stream of gas toward the nearby companion galaxy UGC 2517
(Nilson 1973) suggests a recent encounter. It has warm IRAS 25-60 micron
color (Kailey & Lebofsky 1988; de Grijp et al. 1992). Our K-band spectra is
noisy and no emission lines are detected, but CO absorption features are
indeed present and the continuum is red compared to that expected from a
population of giants or supergiants probably indicating either significant
extinction to the circumnuclear stellar population or hot dust emission
from the active nucleus. Our K-band image is consistent with NGC 1194
having a dominant central pointlike component with an underlying, more
extended component. These observations were, however, obtained under quite
poor seeing conditions, and the quality of our data is low.

5. 2001ApJS..132..199S
Re:UGC 02514
4.2.1. UGC 2514
This galaxy presents a nuclear point source and an extended source to
the southwest, along P.A. = 56^deg^. The total extent of the radio
emission is 70 pc.

6. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 02514
Strong absorption on preceding side
Diffuse streamer (visible in red) to companion at 2.7, 312, 0.4 x 0.4,
peculiar?, magnitude approximately 16.
Paired with UGC 02517 at 7.9, 132

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