H1035-2502: A blue low-surface brightness object. Extended weak emission
lines are observed along a blue bar that shows up in the B-I color map.
The Nancay HI spectrum shows a second, narrow peak centered on
V_hel_=3620 km s^-1^ with a FWHM of 40 km s^-1^. In the NED and LEDA
databases a single large spiral was found in the neighborhood, NGC 3313,
whose outer HI disk should be readily detectable at Nancay as its center
lies 2.5' W of the dwarf galaxy (see Fig. 5). HI line observations
(VLA imaging by McMahon 1993, Nancay profile by Theureau et al. 1998)
show that this face-on 12.4 mag SBb-type spiral is the obvious candidate
for the HI signal, with a central velocity of 3706 km s^-1^, a FWHM of
107 km s^-1^ and a mean flux density of 156 mJy.
Overexposed center, thin (r'): 1.4 x 1.05, faint arms with many very
=ESO 501- G 50
faint (r) 1.7 x 1.1;
faint bar, very faint arms; texture suggests SBa, but SBb possible;
companion at 5.0, 251, 1.0 x 0.15, probably background