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Notes for object NGC 0524

11 note(s) found in NED.

1. 2006MNRAS.369..497K
Re:NGC 0524
This galaxy shows regular Mg b gradients, and the H{beta} map shows a mild
positive gradient. The two Fe maps show a noisy structure which may partly be
caused by low S/N in the outer bins.

2. 2006MNRAS.366.1151S
Re:NGC 0524
This galaxy displays a disc of gas in very regular rotation, in the same sense
of the stars, consistent with the IFS observations of Sil'chenko (2000). The
emission is close to our detection limit, however, which explains the patchy
appearance of the maps. A similarly fragmented distribution is shown by the
H{alpha}+[N II] narrow-band images of Macchetto et al. (1996). The gas
distribution is also matched by an extremely regular distribution of the dust,
organized in concentric circular lanes. The strengths of the H{alpha} and the [O
III] emission are comparable, although at the edge of the disc the [O III] lines
become stronger.

3. 2004MNRAS.352..721E
Re:NGC 0524
NGC 524: This galaxy has surprisingly high velocities (amplitude larger
than 140 km s^-1^) considering its low ellipticity epsilon< 0.05
(Sil'chenko 2000; Simien & Prugniel 2000), as well as large h 3 values
up to large radii, anticorrelated with V.

4. 2002ApJS..142..223F
Re:NGC 0524
NGC 524. NVSS reports a 3.5 mJy source. At 5 GHz, 5" resolution,
Wrobel & Heeschen (1991), detect a 1.4 mJy core. Our higher resolution
observations show a slightly resolved 2 mJy core in the center of the
optical galaxy. Comparison of our measurements with the NVSS and Wrobel
& Heeschen (1991) flux densities indicates the source to be compact and
have a flattish spectrum.
We have also detected a ~0.7 mJy source to the southwest (NGC 524SW),
about 2' from the galaxy. As given by NED, the closest object to
NGC 524SW is the supernova SN 2000cx, 1.4' away. The nearest NVSS source
is at a distance of 1.8'. There is no optical identification on either
the red or blue APM plate, although there is a noiselike object on the
red plate with magnitude 19.85, less than 4" away.

5. 2001AJ....122..653R
Re:NGC 0524
NGC 524: The presence of a concentric dust pattern in NGC 524 causes
the inner profile to flatten considerably in the optical. The dust rings
are less prominent in the NIR, but they can still be seen in the residual
map. Our two-dimensional Nuker fit of the H-band image gives
{gamma} = 0.03 +/- 0.01. Using the same data, Quillen et al. (2000)
obtained a much steeper slope of {gamma} = 0.25. We performed the
two-dimensional fit using their derived Nuker parameters and find that
even though the observed profile is well reproduced for the range
0.3"-5.0", the fit deviates considerably from the observed profile in the
inner and outer regions. Within r = 0.1", {gamma} = 0.25 makes the inner
regions much brighter than observed.

6. 2001AJ....121.2974L
Re:NGC 0524
NGC 524: This massive S0 galaxy dominates a small group. It has a
relatively rich GC system with a specific frequency
(Harris & van den Bergh 1981) S_N_ ~ 3.3 (Ashman & Zepf 1998). Here
we detect a total of 617 GCs, second only to NGC 4486 (M87).

7. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0524
Hubble Atlas, p. 5
Oct 2/3, 1954
103aD + GG11
45 min
Nearly circular luminous arcs and a very
delicate nearly circular dust arc distinguish NGC
524 from a normal S0_2_ type. The same pattern
is described from the same plate in the Hubble
Atlas (p. 5), where the luminous arcs arc not
quite as visible as in the reproduction here.

8. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 00968
SA(rs)0+ (de Vaucouleurs)

9. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0524
Extremely bright nucleus
in a very bright, inner smooth part:
0.9 arcmin x 0.8 arcmin.
Very weak, narrow rings, or arcs, outline lens.
All dimensions for the bright part.
In a group of 3 lenticulars and Sa spirals + others.
Photograph and photometry:
Ap. J., 133, 314, 1961.

10. 1961Hubbl.B...0000S
Re:NGC 0524
Oct. 2/3, 1954
103aD + GG11
45 min
Enlarged 4.0X
NGC 0524 shows a pattern of nucleus lens, and envelope.
The lens on visual inspection of the photographs,
appears to be surrounded by a relatively dark zone, followed
by a more luminous zone. This description is subjective,
however. Microphotometer tracings show that the luminosity
decreases continuously outward from the nucleus.
The apparent dark zone corresponds to a region where
the rate of fall first increases then slows and finally
approximates the normal value. (NGC 3065 is similar to
NGC 0524. The description follows below.)

11. 1918PLicO..13....9C
Re:NGC 0524
Round; bright; 0.8' in diameter. Nucleus almost stellar. Very indistinct traces
of spiral character. A number of small spindle-shaped nebulae in this
region. 23 s.n.

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