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Notes for object NGC 0936

10 note(s) found in NED.


1. 2005MNRAS.364..283E
Re:NGC 0936
NGC 936. Type II outer-disc profile.

2. 2005MNRAS.362.1319L
Re:NGC 0936
NGC 936. Characteristic for this galaxy is a prominent bar, an oval and a small
nearly spherical bulge. In the central part of the galaxy, there is also a small
elliptical structure (Fig. 5), which was identified as a nuclear ring by ES03 in
a high-resolution (0.11 arcsec) R-band image. The bar and the inner elliptical
structure are both identified in the Fourier analysis, and the primary bar also
as a minimum in the radial q profile.

3. 2005MNRAS.362.1319L
Re:NGC 0936
NGC 936. A decomposition was made which included a bulge, disc, bar and an oval.
The fit to the surface brightness profile is quite good, but the residual image
still shows some substructure with positive and negative pixels in the bar
region. The substructure at the end of the bar is due to the flux condensation
at the two ends of the bar. The positive residuals at the outer edge of the disc
indicate that the exponential disc fit is failing at large radii.

4. 1996ApJ...459..110F
Re:NGC 0936
NGC 936
A prototypical barred galaxy, NGC 936 possess a prominent bar with P.A.=77^deg^
(Kormendy 1983). Our minor-axis (P.A.=45^deg^) spectrum displays flat line
strength profiles for r >~ 3". We detect [O III] 5007 A emission, extending
10" to either side of the nucleus along the minor axis.

5. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0936
SB0_2/3_/SBa
(VE,L,0)
CD-494-S
Sep 26/27, 1978
103aO + GG385
45 min
NGC 0936 is the earliest of the class. Its nearly smooth,
extended disk with its internal bar is characteristic of SB0
galaxies. A diffuse, massive, ill-defined but definite spiral pattern
exists outside the termination points of the bar. The departure from
smoothness in that part of the disk outside the bar has the same form
as the pattern in NGC 6942, below, but is a much earlier version of
it.

6. 1994CAG1..B...0000S
Re:NGC 0936
Group
SB0_2/3_/SBa
(VE,L,0)
CD-494-S
Sep 26/27, 1978
103aO + GG385
45 min
The bar ends well inside the edge of the disk
in all three galaxies on this panel.
Spiral features thread through the disk of
NGC 936. They are generally diffuse and ill-defined.
The arms are massive, smooth, and indefinite,
similar to the pattern in the very early
galaxies in the Sa section (e.g., NGC 2655, Sa
pec, panel 62; NGC 2681, Sa, panels 62, 87
here, Hubble Atlas, p. 9; NGC 6340, Sa, panel
62).
A photometric and kinematic study of NGC
936, the prototype of the SB0/SBa mixed form,
was made by Kormendy (1983). He compared
his observational data with the early theoretical
models for the expected velocity fields of barred
galaxies made by Miller and Smith (1979) and by
Hohl and Zang (1979).
NGC 936 is in a group with NGC 941 (Scd;
panel 315) at 12.6' separation, an Anon (SBcd
that resolves into HII regions at the same level as
NGC 941) at 14.2', NGC 955 (Sb nearly on
edge; panel 150) at 44', and several dE and Im
dwarf candidates. The mean redshift of the group
is = 1623 km/s. The projected linear
separations from NGC 936 are 120 kpc for NGC
941, 135 kpc for the Anon, and 415 kpc for
NGC 955. This loose group is about half the size
of the Local Group.

7. 1976RC2...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0936
In a non-interacting pair with NGC 0941, separated by 12.6 arcmin.

8. 1973UGC...C...0000N
Re:UGC 01929
Faint (r) 1.3 x 1.0, very diffuse outside, no evidence of spiral structure
Companion 3.1, 74, 0.4 x 0.2

9. 1964RC1...C...0000d
Re:NGC 0936
Very bright, diffuse nucleus or inner lens:
0.6 arcmin x 0.4 arcmin
Bright, smooth bar: 1.2 arcmin x 0.2 arcmin,
(r): 1.5 arcmin x 1.2 arcmin
Bright at ends of bar, faint arcs in envelope.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 0941 at 12.6 arcmin.

10. 1918PLicO..13....9C
Re:NGC 0936
Very interesting. The central part is very bright, and Saturn-shaped; there may
be an almost stellar nucleus. This central portion is about 1.4' long in p.a.
85^deg^. Outside is exceedingly faint matter, apparently spiral whorls, forming
an oval ring ahout 3' x 2' in p.a. 150^deg^. The spectrum is continuous. It is
perhaps a {phi}-type spiral with unusually bright "cross-arm." 31 s.n.


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