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Beginning of ReadMe : J/A+A/445/857 DPOSS II compact group survey (Pompei+, 2006) ================================================================================ The DPOSS II compact group survey: first spectroscopically confirmed candidates. Pompei E., De Carvalho R.R., Iovino A. <Astron. Astrophys., 445, 857-867 (2006)> =2006A&A...445..857P ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Galaxies, spectra ; Radial velocities Keywords: galaxies: clusters: general - techniques: spectroscopic Abstract: This paper presents the results of a pilot redshift survey of 18 candidate compact groups from the distant DPOSS survey that extends to redshift 0.2 the available surveys of compact groups of galaxies, mainly Hickson Compact Groups and Southern Compact Groups. The goal of our survey was to confirm group membership via redshift information and to measure the characteristic parameters of a representative, albeit small, sample of DPOSS survey groups. Description: Observed candidate galaxy members of DPOSS II compact groups. We list here the name of each galaxy, defined by the name of its group, followed by a letter A through E in order of decreasing brightness; its coordinates at the year 2000, its heliocentric radial velocity with its associated error. Finally in the last two columns of the table we describe what lines dominate the spectrum: absorption, emission or a mixed kind of spectrum and which emission lines have been observed in the spectrum itself. Mis-identification of star/galaxy and other problems found in the spectrum are also indicated in the last column of the table.