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J/MNRAS/243/390    Galaxy redshift survey in a Coma strip   (Karachentsev+ 1990)

Galaxy redshift survey in a narrow strip crossing the Coma cluster KARACHENTSEV I.D., KOPYLOV A.I. <Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 243, 390 (1990)> =1990MNRAS.243..390K
ADC_Keywords: Surveys; Regional catalog; Galaxies, optical; Redshifts; Magnitudes, photographic Summary: A list of galaxies brighter than 18m with the coordinates in the range RA=[10h42m,15h28m], Dec=[+28deg10min,+28deg10min] is presented. The list contains data on apparent photographic magnitude, angular, axial ratio and radial velocity for more than 300 objects. Emission and absorption line galaxies found show an essentially different character in their spatial distribution. File Summary:
FileName Lrecl Records Explanations
ReadMe 80 . This file table1 79 379 Redshift survey observations
Notes: The following columns are not in the electronic version of table1: - Linear diameter of the galaxy A=a*Vo/H, expressed in kpc, the Hubble constant H being equal to 75 km/s/Mpc - Absolute magnitude M=m-5log(Vo/H)-25-{DELTA}m, where {DELTA}m=0.25+1.e-5*Vo accounts for average absorption value at high galactic latitudes and the K-correction for a galaxy of intermediate type. Byte-by-byte Description of file: table1
Bytes Format Units Label Explanations
4- 6 I3 --- SeqNum Sequentiel Number 10- 11 I2 h RAh right ascension (hours) [1950] 13- 14 I2 min RAm right ascension (minutes) 16- 19 F4.1 s RAs right ascension (seconds) 23- 24 I2 deg DEd declination (degrees) [B1950] 26- 27 I2 arcmin DEm declination (minutes) 29- 30 I2 arcsec DEs declination (seconds) 34- 37 F4.1 mag mag Apparent magnitude 41- 45 F5.2 arcmin AngDiam Angilar diameter in minutes of arc, measured on the blue POSS print along the major axis. 49- 52 F4.2 --- Axratio Axial ratio for the galaxy image on the POSS blue print. 56 A1 --- Colour [±0] Indicator of colour of the object: + for red galaxies - for blue galaxies #0 for neutral colour 57 A1 --- Structure [cdi] Object image structure flag: c = compact d = diffuse i = irregular. 61- 65 I5 km/s RV [0/40000]? Radial velocity corrected for the solar motion with respect to the velocity centroid of the Local Group using the standard formula Vo = Vh + 300.sinl.cosb 66 A1 --- u_RV [:*] Radial velocity quality flag : for unreliable velocity values * marks those radial velocities taken from elsewhere. 67- 69 I3 km/s e_RV [0/250]? Internal error of radial velocity measurement 71 A1 --- Emission [ae] Emission line flag e = presence of emission lines a = absence of emission lines 74- 79 A6 --- Notes NGC or IC catalogue number of galaxy. The objects marked with an asterisk are commented below (1)
Note (1) Individual remarks: # 23. Probably belongs to Seyfert-1 type. # 37. Inner motion amplitude equals 192km/s # 41. Spectral signs of Seyfert-2. # 95. Declination is somewhat higher than the survey upper border. # 110. Haro 31. The value Vo=7883±86 (DuPuy 1970) is not confirmed by the Arecibo observations. # 229. The radial velocity is measured at 21 cm in Arecibo. According to Gregory (1975), Vo=+6654. # 253. Vo=+10867 (Moody & Kirshner 1988). # 256. Inner motion amplitude 210 km/s. # 257. Inner motion amplitude 400 km/s. # 321. Inner motion amplitude 133 km/s. # 358. According to Strauss & Huchra (1988), Vo=+17342±56. # 375. Instead of unreliable optical estimation Vo=+9300:±150 we give the velocity +9604±8km/s, measured at Arecibo. Historical Notes: Received from Pascal Fouque (1991) Reformatted and added Notes at CDS
(End) Joseph Florsch [CDS] 10-Feb-1994
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