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Notes for object NGC 1273

4 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2001ApJS..132..129M
Re:NGC 1273
NGC 1267, NGC 1268, NGC 1270, NGC 1272, NGC 1273, NGC 1277, NGC 1278,
and NGC 1282. - Six of these galaxies detected on the MUV frame centered
on NGC 1275 are members of the Perseus cluster. Most are early types, the
latest being NGC 1268 (Sb). The brightest of these in the MUV is NGC 1267
(type E+), which shows a very compact source (see Fig. 23a). This could be
a mild starburst or an active nucleus, although no radio emission has been
reported. Although these objects are faint, we believe their (MUV-R)
colors are accurate to 0.1-0.2 mag. After correction for foreground
extinction, these have the reddest (MUV-R) colors (see Table 6) of any
objects in our sample. A sufficiently large error (>~0.5 mag) in the
estimate of foreground A_V_ seems unlikely. Instead, these may be
metal-rich systems that lack the large extreme horizontal branch component
which boosts the MUV flux in ellipticals like NGC 1399.

2. 1992A&AS...95..129P
Re:NGC 1273
NGC 1273: Two symmetrical stars possibly affect the analysis at 13
arcsec. Slight outer excess with respect to a r^1/4^ law. RC2
classification is LAR0 (doubtful).

3. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1273
In the Perseus Cluster

4. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1273
In the Perseus Cluster
For references see NGC 1270 or NGC 1275.

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