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Dusty Ellipticals

Dusty ellipticals as a class of galaxies characterized by an elliptical-like body and a disk or ring of gas and dust with no substantial population of stars in it were first pointed out by [74] . Ebneter and Balick [120] have published a list of 103 dusty ellipticals as drawn from the literature [72, 74, 139, 181, 268]; see also [75, 93, 136, 202, 203, 254, 272] for detailed studies of these and related objects [171, 175, 255, 256, 257, 258].

Click here for the NED listing of the Dusty Ellipticals cited in Ebneter, K., & Balick, B. 1985, Astron. J., 90, 183.


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