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#---Table: VII/64/./notes.dat Notes  (96 records)
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D|a|Velocities of some galaxies south of -2 deg. 30 min. declination from RSA.
D|b|Galaxies whose magnitudes are labelled (a) are not listed in the main
D|b|catalog of the RSA but appear in Appendix A of the RSA which compiles
D|b|additional bright (B<13.4) galaxies.  Their magnitudes have not been
D|b|corrected for galactic and internal absorption.
D|c|Velocity of NGC 660 from Benvenuti, Capaccioli, and D'Odorico 1976,
D|c|Astr. Ap., 53, 141.
D|d|HI flux of NGC 1068 from Allen, Darchy, and Lauque 1971, Astr. Ap., 10, 198.
D|e|HI observations carry this quality code: "close multiple system".
D|f|HI flux and velocity width of NGC 4258 from van Albada 1980, Astr. Ap., 90,
D|f|123.
D|g|Velocities of NGC 5506 and Mk231 from BMB.
D|h|HI flux and HI velocity width of NGC 7371 from Gallagher et al. 1985, in
D|h|preparation.
D|i|Morphological type, photographic magnitude, and velocity of IC 4553 from
D|i|Stocke, Tifft, and Kaftan-Kissim 1978, A. J., 83, 322.  The magnitude is
D|i|only corrected for galactic absorption.
D|j|The "megamaser" galaxy IC 4553, #220 in the Arp Catalog (Arp 1967, Ap. J.
D|j|Suppl., 14, 1), has been interpreted as two merging galaxies.  Its optical
D|j|nucleus is double (Stocke, Tifft, and Kaftan-Kissim 1978, A. J., 83, 322),
D|j|it has the strongest and widest HI absorption line (Mirabel 1982, Ap. J.,
D|j|260, 75) known to date, contains the strongest OH maser (Baan and Haschick
D|j|1984, Ap. J., 279, 541) known to date, and is the brightest galaxy detected
D|j|by IRAS (Soifer et al. 1984, Bull. AAS, 16, 470).
D|k|Velocities of LMC and SMC, with respect to Sun, from Kerr and de Vaucouleurs
D|k|1955, Australian J. Phys., 8, 508.
D|l|HI flux of LMC from McGee and Milton 1966, Australian J. Phys., 19, 343.
D|m|Maffei 2 is a diffuse infrared object close to the galactic plane that has
D|m|been identified as a heavily obscured spiral galaxy. Its total size and
D|m|detailed structure are not accurately known.  See RTP77, and references
D|m|therein.
D|n|HI flux and velocity width of Maffei 2 from Wright and Seielstad 1973, Ap.
D|n|Letters, 13, 1.
D|o|HI flux of SMC from Hindman 1967, Australian J. Phys., 20, 147.
D|p|Diameter and magnitude of NGC 1023 companion from Barbon and Capaccioli
D|p|1975, Astr. Ap., 42, 103.
D|q|Velocity, HI flux and velocity width of the dwarf companion of NGC 1023 from
D|q|Sancisi et al. 1984, M. N. R. A. S. preprint.
D|r|HI upper limit on NGC 2314 (<4mJY) from Shostak, Roberts, and Peterson 1975,
D|r|A. J., 80, 581.
D|s|HI upper limit on NGC 2639 (<2mJy) from Thonnard 1982, private communication
D|t|Velocity, HI flux, and HI velocity width of NGC 2902 from Gallagher et al.
D|t|1985, in preparation.
D|u|HI flux and velocity width from Fisher and Tully 1975, Astr. Ap., 44, 151.
T|a|GHE upper limits are peak-to-peak temperature limits.  The limits in Table 3
T|a|are one-half the values in the reference.
T|b|M upper limits are given in integrated intensities.  The limits in Table 3
T|b|were obtained by dividing these values by the HI line widths with which they
T|b|were calculated.
T|c|WFB upper limits are one-half the peak-to-peak noise in the final averaged
T|c|profile.
M|a|Inclination of M31 from Deharveng and Pellet 1975, Astr. Ap., 38, 15.
M|b|Inclination of NGC 253 from Pence 1980, Ap. J., 239, 54.
M|c|Along the MA of M33 and NGC 2403, there are some points with no detectable
M|c|emission that lie within the maximum radius at which emission was seen: the
M|c|distribution is patchy.
M|d|Inclinations of NGC 598, NGC 2403, M101, NGC 6946, and IC 342 from Rogstad
M|d|and Shostak 1972, Ap. J., 176, 315.
M|e|Because NGC 891 is essentially edge-on, the observed emission from the
M|e|central parts is limited by cloud overlap along the line of sight.
M|f|Inclination of NGC 891 from Sancisi and Allen 1979, Astr. Ap., 74, 73.
M|g|Inclination of NGC 1068 from Walker 1968, Ap. J., 151, 71.
M|h|Inclinations of NGC 2841 and NGC 7331 from Bosma 1978, Ph D. Thesis, Univ.
M|h|of Groningen.
M|i|It is impossible to accurately assign a distribution type to NGC 2903 on the
M|i|basis of the 3 points in E**2; this entry should be treated as a best guess.
M|j|Inclination of NGC 2903 from Burbidge, Burbidge, and Prendergast 1960,
M|j|Ap. J., 132, 640.
M|k|Reference S82 presents evidence suggesting that the CO emission from the
M|k|peculiar galaxy M82 is associated with dusty filaments above and below the
M|k|stellar disk.
M|l|Inclination of NGC 4258 from van Albada 1980, Astr. Ap., 90, 123.
M|m|Inclination of NGC 4303 from Fraser 1977, Astr. Ap. Suppl., 29, 61.
M|n|Inclination of NGC 4321 from van der Kruit 1973, Ap. J., 186, 807.
M|o|Emission along the major axis of NGC 4654 is stronger on one side of the
M|o|galaxy than the other; it does not fit into any of the distribution types
M|o|given.
M|p|Inclination of M51 from Tully 1974, Ap. J. Suppl., 27, 437.
M|q|Inclination of NGC 5236 from Rogstad, Lockhart, and Wright 1974, Ap. J.,
M|q|193, 309.
M|r|Inclination of NGC 5248 from Burbidge, Burbidge, and Prendergast 1962,
M|r|Ap. J., 136, 128.
M|s|Inclination of LMC and SMC from de Vaucouleurs and Freeman 1972, in Vistas
M|s|in Astronomy, Vol 14, ed. A. Beer (Oxford: Pergamon), p. 163.
M|t|Maffei 2 is a diffuse infrared object close to the galactic plane that has
M|t|been identified as a heavily obscured spiral galaxy.  Its total size and
M|t|detailed structure are not accurately known.  See RTP77, and references
M|t|therein.
M|u|Resolution 65 arcsec.  Gordon and Burton 1976, Ap. J., 208, 346.
M|v|Resolution 65 arcsec; number of map points is approximate.  Solomon,
M|v|Sanders, and Scoville 1979, in IAU Symposium 84, Large Scale Characteristics
M|v|of the Galaxy, ed. W. B. Burton (Dordrecht: Reidel), p. 35.
M|w|Resolution 65 and 50 arcsec; number of map points is approximate.  Sanders,
M|w|Solomon, and Scoville 1984, Ap. J., 276, 182.
M|x|Number of map points is approximate. Knapp, Stark, and Wilson 1984,  in
M|x|preparation.
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