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2006ApJS..162...80K Dark and Baryonic Matter in Bright Spiral Galaxies. I. Near-Infrared and Optical Broadband Surface Photometry of 30 Galaxies Susan A. Kassin, Roelof S. de Jong, and Richard W. Pogge Abstract. We present photometrically calibrated images and surface photometry in the B, V, R, J, H, and K bands of 25, and in the g, r, and K bands of five nearby bright (B^0^_T_<12.5 mag) spiral galaxies with inclinations of 30 deg -- 65 deg spanning the Hubble sequence from Sa to Scd. Data are from The Ohio State University Bright Spiral Galaxy Survey, the Two Micron All Sky Survey, and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Second Data Release. Radial surface brightness profiles are extracted, and integrated magnitudes are measured from the profiles. Axis ratios, position angles, and scale lengths are measured from the near-infrared images. A one-dimensional bulge/disk decomposition is performed on the near-infrared images of galaxies with a nonnegligible bulge component, and an exponential disk is fit to the radial surface brightness profiles of the remaining galaxies. Key words: Galaxies: Fundamental Parameters, Galaxies: General, Galaxies: Photometry, Galaxies: Spiral, Galaxies: Stellar Content
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