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Parameters for Distances and Cosmology: Ho= 73.0; Ωmatter = 0.27; Ωvacuum = 0.73;
Derived Quantities use a Redshift corrected to a Reference Frame defined by the 3K CMB

NED results for object ESO 348-???002


1 objects found in NED.    

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 Row          Object Name                 EquJ2000.0       Object  Velocity/Redshift    Mag./  Separ.               Number of                                 Row 
 No.     (* => Essential Note)       RA               DEC  Type     km/s       z   Qual Filter arcmin Refs Notes Phot Posn Vel/z Diam Assoc Images   Spectra  No. 
1    ESO 348- G 002                 23h43m36.5s -41d17m53s G       15460  0.051570 SPEC 15.29    ...    14     2   33   10     3    7     0 Retrieve Retrieve 1   

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Object No. 1 - ESO 348- G 002

INDEX for ESO 348- G 002
Essential Data (jump to sub-section of this query report):

   Essential Note    
   Cross-IDs    
   Coordinates    
   Basic Data   
   Quantities Derived from Redshift    
   Redshift-Independent Distances
   Quick-Look Photometry and Luminosities
   Quick-Look Angular and Physical Sizes
   Classifications
   Foreground Galactic Extinction    
   External Services
Detailed Data (NED queries):
  • Images
  • 33 Photometric data point(s) and SED   
  • Spectra   
    Redshift-Independent Distances
    14 Reference(s)   
    10 Position data point(s)
    3 Redshift data point(s)   
    7 Diameter data point(s)   
    2 Note(s)   
    ESO data    
    RC3 data    

    ESSENTIAL NOTE for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
    N/A

    CROSS-IDENTIFICATIONS for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
    Object Names Type Object Names Type
    ESO 348- G 002G GALEXASC J234336.47-411752.2 UvS
    ESO 234058-4134.5 G SGC 234058-4134.5 G
    MCG -07-48-015 G 6dF J2343365-411753 G
    2MFGC 17803 G APMBGC 348+090+081 G
    LCRS B234058.2-413434 G APMUKS(BJ) B234058.31-413433.9G
    WISEA J234336.53-411753.2 IrS MRSS 348-117003 G
    2MASX J23433649-4117533 IrS PGC 072222 G
    2MASS J23433652-4117531 IrS    

    COORDINATES for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)

    Position Reference:20032MASX.C.......:

    Reference    Frame     Longitude    Latitude        RA           DEC      Uncertainty Ellipse (arcsec)
                           (degrees)   (degrees)                              Semimajor Semiminor  PA(deg)
    Equatorial (B1950.0)  355.242481  -41.575786  23h40m58.19s  -41d34m32.8s  1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    Equatorial (J2000.0)  355.902167  -41.298139  23h43m36.52s  -41d17m53.3s  1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    Ecliptic   (B1950.0)  336.706696  -35.741831                              1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    Ecliptic   (J2000.0)  337.409781  -35.743809                              1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    Galactic              343.088340  -70.136201                              1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    SuperGalactic         252.157029    2.465691                              1.25E+00  1.25E+00    0
    
    Additional detailed measurements with references are also available by clicking below:
    10 Position data point(s)

    REDSHIFT-INDEPENDENT DISTANCES for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
     N/A 

    CLASSIFICATIONS (TYPES, ATTRIBUTES) for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
    TypeAs PublishedNED HomogenizedFlagReference Code
    Luminosity Class2.6LC II...1991RC3.9.C...0000d
    Galaxy Morphology(R')SB(s)b pec:(R')SB(s)b pec?...1991RC3.9.C...0000d
    5 Detailed Classification(s)


    FOREGROUND GALACTIC EXTINCTION for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
    Galactic Extinction from the Schlafly & Finkbeiner 2011, Appendix; 2011ApJ...737..103S (SF11) recalibration 
    of the Schlegel, Finkbeiner & Davis 1998, Appendix B; 1998ApJ...500..525S (SFD98) infrared-based dust map.
    The map is based on dust emission from COBE/DIRBE and IRAS/ISSA;
    the recalibration assumes a Fitzpatrick (1999PASP..111...63F) reddening law with Rv = 3.1 and different source spectrum than SFD98.

    L a n d o l tS D S SU K I R T
    Filter [µm]U (0.35)B (0.43)V (0.54)R (0.64)I (0.80)u (0.36)g (0.47)r (0.62)i (0.75)z (0.89)J (1.25)H (1.66)K (2.19)L' (3.78)
    Aλ [mag]0.0640.0530.0400.0320.0220.0620.0480.0340.0250.0190.0100.0070.0040.002
    Show/Hide Aλ magnitudes in all 88 photometric bands based on SF11
    For completeness, we include the original SFD98 values:
    L a n d o l tS D S SU K I R T
    Filter [µm]U (0.34)B (0.44)V (0.54)R (0.65)I (0.81)u (0.35)g (0.49)r (0.63)i (0.78)z (0.93)J (1.27)H (1.67)K (2.22)L' (3.81)
    Aλ [mag]0.0810.0650.0500.0400.0290.0770.0570.0410.0310.0220.0140.0090.0050.002

    See Notes on Galactic Extinction for important caveats.

    BASIC DATA for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
    Helio. Radial Velocity     :     15460 +/-        0 km/s SPEC 
    Redshift                   :  0.051570 +/- 0.000000  SPEC  2014ApJS..210....9B
    Major Diameter (arcmin)    :  1.51
    Minor Diameter (arcmin)    :  0.28
    Magnitude and Filter       : 15.29
    Classifications            : (R')SB(s)b          
    
    NOTE: This information is indicative only. With the exception of the
          redshift they are unreferenced and highly inhomogeneous as to
          their origin. The Radial Velocity (when available) is computed
          from the listed redshift. The remaining values are designed to
          orient the user with a quick-look, overall assessment of the
          general properties of the object in question. They are not
          averages nor are they standardized in any way.
    Additional detailed measurements with references are also available by clicking below:
    3 Redshift data point(s)      33 photometric data point(s)      7 Diameter data point(s)      

    QUANTITIES DERIVED FROM REDSHIFT for ESO 348- G 002 (Details)(Back to INDEX)
    Calculated and Corrected Velocities
    V (Heliocentric)           :   15460 +/-      0 km/s SPEC 2014ApJS..210....9B
    V (Kinematic LSR)          :   15455 +/-      0 km/s SPEC 1986MNRAS.221.1023K
    V (Galactocentric GSR)     :   15434 +/-      1 km/s SPEC 1991RC3.9.C...0000d
    V (Local Group)            :   15445 +/-      1 km/s SPEC 1996AJ....111..794K
    V (3K CMB)                 :   15216 +/-     17 km/s SPEC 1996ApJ...473..576F
    V (Virgo Infall only)      :   15284 +/-     11 km/s SPEC 2000ApJ...529..786M
    V (Virgo + GA only)        :   15378 +/-     13 km/s SPEC 2000ApJ...529..786M
    V (Virgo + GA + Shapley)   :   15400 +/-     13 km/s SPEC 2000ApJ...529..786M
    
    Hubble Flow Distance and Distance Modulus (where Ho =   73.0 +/-   5 km/sec/Mpc)
    D (Galactocentric GSR)     :   211.4 +/-   14.8 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.63 +/- 0.15 mag
    D (Local Group)            :   211.6 +/-   14.8 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.63 +/- 0.15 mag
    D (3K CMB)                 :   208.4 +/-   14.6 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.59 +/- 0.15 mag
    D (Virgo Infall only)      :   209.4 +/-   14.7 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.60 +/- 0.15 mag
    D (Virgo + GA only)        :   210.7 +/-   14.7 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.62 +/- 0.15 mag
    D (Virgo + GA + Shapley)   :   211.0 +/-   14.8 Mpc      (m-M) = 36.62 +/- 0.15 mag
    
    Scale at Hubble Flow Distances
    Scale (Galactocentric GSR) :    1025 pc/arcsec =  1.025 kpc/arcsec =  61.50 kpc/arcmin =   3.69 Mpc/degree
    Scale (Local Group)        :    1026 pc/arcsec =  1.026 kpc/arcsec =  61.54 kpc/arcmin =   3.69 Mpc/degree
    Scale (3K CMB)             :    1011 pc/arcsec =  1.011 kpc/arcsec =  60.63 kpc/arcmin =   3.64 Mpc/degree
    Scale (Virgo Infall only)  :    1015 pc/arcsec =  1.015 kpc/arcsec =  60.90 kpc/arcmin =   3.65 Mpc/degree
    Scale (Virgo + GA only)    :    1021 pc/arcsec =  1.021 kpc/arcsec =  61.28 kpc/arcmin =   3.68 Mpc/degree
    Scale(Virgo + GA + Shapley):    1023 pc/arcsec =  1.023 kpc/arcsec =  61.37 kpc/arcmin =   3.68 Mpc/degree
    
    
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    Cosmology-Corrected Quantities [Ho = 73.00 km/sec/Mpc, Ωmatter = 0.27, Ωvacuum = 0.73] [Redshift 0.050755 as corrected to the Reference Frame defined by the 3K Microwave Background Radiation] Luminosity Distance : 217 Mpc (m-M) = 36.68 mag Angular-Size Distance : 196 Mpc (m-M) = 36.46 mag Co-Moving Radial Distance : 206 Mpc (m-M) = 36.57 mag Co-Moving Tangential Dist. : 206 Mpc (m-M) = 36.57 mag Co-Moving Volume : 0.0368 Gpc^3 Light Travel-Time : 0.656 Gyr Age at Redshift 0.050755 : 12.643 Gyr Age of Universe : 13.299 Gyr Scale (Cosmology Corrected): 952 pc/arcsec = 0.952 kpc/arcsec = 57.10 kpc/arcmin = 3.43 Mpc/degree Surface Brightness Dimming : Flux Density per Unit Area = 0.82034; Magnitude per Unit Area = 0.215 mag
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    HoΩmatterΩvacuum     
    Correct Redshift To the Reference Frame defined by: as Input for Calculation of the Distances and Cosmology-Corrected Quantities

    QUICK-LOOK PHOTOMETRY and LUMINOSITIES for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)
     N/A 

    QUICK-LOOK ANGULAR & PHYSICAL DIAMETERS for ESO 348- G 002 (Back to INDEX)

    The largest diameters in the Visual and Near-Infrared spectral regions, when available:

    Passband Apparent Major Axis
    (2a) [arcsec]
    Apparent Minor Axis
    (2b) [arcsec]
    PA
    [degrees]
    (J2000.0)
    Reference Level RefcodePhysical Major Axis
    (2a) [kpc]
    Physical Minor Axis
    (2b) [kpc]
    ESO-Uppsala "Quick Blue" IIa-O96.0018.24149 About 25.5 B-mag arcsec^-2^ 1982ESOU..C...0000L98.1918.66
    K_s (2MASS "total") 63.0021.42150 Diameter for "total" magnitude 20032MASX.C.......:20032MASX.C.......:64.4421.91
    NOTE: At z <= 0.5, physical diameters are derived using a Scale at the Hubble Flow Distance (Virgo + GA + Shapley) of 1.023 kpc/arcsec.
    The quantities quoted above have not necessarily been corrected for foreground extinction.

    View details for 7 Diameter data point(s) available in NED.

    EXTERNAL ARCHIVES AND SERVICES for ESO 348- G 002 Help (Back to INDEX)
    Resources for Object NamesSite/Service
    Query SIMBAD by primary NED object name -- ESO 348- G 002SIMBAD (CDS, Strasbourg, France)
    ESO/Uppsala Survey -- ESO 348- G 002VizieR Catalog Query (U.S. mirror, CfA/Harvard)
    Morphological Catalog of Galaxies -- MCG -07-48-015 VizieR Catalog Query (U.S. mirror, CfA/Harvard)
    2MASS Extended Source Images (JHKs) -- 2MASX J23433649-4117533 NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive (IRSA)
    Query 6dF Galaxy Redshift Survey -- 6dF J2343365-411753 6dF Galaxy Redshift Survey
    Catalogue of Principal Galaxies -- PGC 072222 VizieR Catalog Query (U.S. mirror, CfA/Harvard)
    Retrieve mean data from LEDA -- PGC 072222 The Lyon/Meudon Extragalactic Database (LEDA)
    Query GALEX (NUV/FUV) Mission Archive (7.2 arcsec search radius) -- ESO 348- G 002GALEX Mission Data Archive at MAST
    Explore IRSA resources with RADAR (10 arcsec search radius) -- ESO 348- G 002NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive (IRSA)
    Resources for position 23h43m36.5s, -41d17m53s (J2000)Site/Service
    Query Optical and UV Mission Archives (Default search radius)Multimission Archive at STScI (MAST)
    Query High Energy Mission Archives (Default search radius)HEASARC (NASA/GSFC)
    Query IRSA for WISE images (10 arcmin search radius)NASA/IPAC Infrared Science Archive (IRSA)
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