J/A+AS/117/417    Inclined Sa-Scd galaxies surface photometry (Heraudeau+, 1996)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/A+AS/117/417 Inclined Sa-Scd galaxies surface photometry (Heraudeau+, 1996) ================================================================================ Near-infrared surface photometry of spiral galaxies. I. The data. Heraudeau P., Simien F., Mamon G.A. <Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. Ser. 117, 417 (1996)> =1996A&AS..117..417H (SIMBAD/NED BibCode) ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Photometry, UBVRI ; Photometry, surface ; Photometry, infrared keywords: galaxies: spiral - galaxies: photometry - infrared: galaxies Description: We present K'-band surface photometry of a sample of 31 inclined Sa-Scd galaxies, together with additional J- and H-band data for four of them. In this first paper of a series, profiles are presented, together with global and isophotal parameters. Our profiles are compared to similar B, R and I data collected from other sources. Three galaxies exhibit previously unknown small bars in their center while in five others, such bars may also be present. Four objects present a narrow elongated feature in their center aligned with their major axis, which could be an inward extension of the disk. A few galaxies display very thin spiral arms. Color-color diagrams indicate that the extinction inside the four galaxies for which we have JHK' images is limited to A_V<2.

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