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Notes for object NGC 1533

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1. 2006ApJS..165..307M
Re:NGC 1533
HIPASS J0409-56 (NGC 1533). This is a high surface brightness SB0 galaxy. The
center of this galaxy is saturated in the R band, so we used images through the
6850/95 filter to obtain the continuum flux. A few H II regions as well as the
ELDots discussed by Ryan-Weber et al. (2004) are visible in the net H? image.
The continuum is so strong relative to H{alpha} in this galaxy that the
F_H{alpha}_ derived using our standard technique is totally swamped by the
continuum subtraction uncertainty. As for the case of HIPASS J0403-01, we
measure F_H{alpha}_ through a set of eye-selected small apertures centered on
the H II regions, as well as the ELDots (since they were shown to be part of the
galaxy by Ryan-Weber et al. 2004). The continuum flux is measured through a
large elliptical aperture, as is usually the case.

2. 2006ApJS..165..307M
Re:NGC 1533
HIPASS J0409-56 (NGC 1533).This galaxy was observed with the 6850/95 filters in
run 01 after realizing that R images were saturated in the nucleus. For this
reason we adopt the 6850/95 results for our published measurements. Using a
broad annulus from r = 9" to 240" (in order to avoid the saturated nucleus), we
measure m_R_ = 10.476 +/- 0.021 AB mag and m_6850/95_ = 10.504 +/- 0.066 AB mag,
yielding a magnitude difference of 0.028 +/- 0.033, or zero within errors.
Because of the saturation in R, we have not compared half or 90% enclosed light
quantities.

3. 2006ApJS..165..307M
Re:NGC 1533
HIPASS J0409-56 (NGC 1533).This is an HSB face-on SB0, having bar length of 40"
with a few faint H II regions over the optical face, as well as the more distant
ELDots discussed by Ryan-Weber et al. (2004). This is the second difficult to
measure galaxy discussed in Section 3.10 and displayed in Figure 6b.

4. 2006AJ....132.2634L
Re:NGC 1533
BCO06 classify the galaxy as type (RL)SB0^0^, implying a large ring/lens outside
the bar, but one that is not similar to rings/ovals generally found for
early-type galaxies. Sandage & Bedke (1994) noticed the slight enhancement at
the rim of the RL and classified the galaxy as an SB0_2_/SBa. Sandage & Brucato
(1979) also noted the large lens underfilled by the bar, and they also suspected
a weak spiral pattern in the outer lens. For this galaxy it was possible to fit
the bar and the lens separately. However, it was more difficult to find h_r_,
mainly because the lens dominates the disk in our image. Therefore, h_r_ was
found using the 1D method by fitting an exponential to the outer disk. In the 2D
decomposition, h_r_ was fixed to this value.

5. 2004AJ....128...16K
Re:NGC 1533
NGC 1533 (HIPASS J0409-56) is a nearby, early-type galaxy with two small
companions, IC 2038/9. We measure an integrated H I flux density of
68+-8 Jy km s^-1^, slightly smaller than F_HI_ = 87.5+-6.5 Jy km s^-1^
by Reif et al. (1982). Recent ATCA H I observations obtained by
Ryan-Weber et al. (2003) reveal an asymmetric H I ring surrounding the
optical galaxy with an extent of ~15'. Only a small amount of H I gas is
associated with the galaxy IC 2038, none with IC 2039.

6. 2001ApJS..137..139S
Re:NGC 1533
NGC 1533 and NGC 1566 (the Dorado Group). - The mean velocity of 11
group members tabulated in Ferguson & Sandage (1990) is 1342 km s^-1^.
We adopt this for both galaxies and compute an H_0_ distance.

7. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 1533
SB0_2_(2)/SBa
(VE,L,0)
CD-1290-S/Br
March 10/11, 1980
103aO + GG385
45 min
NGC 1533 has the same pattern as the other
two galaxies on this panel. The luminous,
not-quite-circular, nearly opposite arc fragments
near the edge of the disk are the reason for the
SB0/Sa mixed classification.

8. 1985SGC...C...0000C
Re:NGC 1533
Plate 2661
Overexposed center and short bar, bright lens 2.2 x 1.9 with faint (r):
1.7 x 1.4. IC 2038 & IC 2039 10' north-preceding.

9. 1982ESOU..C...0000L
Re:ESO 040846-5615.0
=ESO 157- G 03
in group

10. 1979AJ.....84..472S
Re:NGC 1533
Classical example of the second type of bar (i.e., SB02)
which does not extend entirely across the lens.
Suggestion of weak spiral pattern in outer lens (or disk).

11. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1533
Photograph:
M.N.R.A.S., 131, 351, 1966.
Photometry:
Atlas Gal. Australis, 1968.
SN1970? (not confirmed):
IAU Circ. No. 2279, 1970.

12. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 1533
Very bright nucleus.
Traces of a short bar.


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