UGC 2885 , the SIMBAD biblio

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1980ApJ...238..471R 78 T                   1 21 946 Rotational properties of 21 Sc galaxies with a large range of luminosities and radii, from NGC 4605 (R=4kpc) to
UGC 2885 (R=122kpc).
RUBIN V.C., FORD W.K. and THONNARD N.
1982A&A...106...53W 6 1 The very large, interacting galaxy pair IC 5174/75. WEST R.M. and BARBIER R.
1983ApJ...268..632K 35 64 The distribution of ionized gas in the nuclei of spiral galaxies. KEEL W.C.
1983ApJ...268..638S 8 13 Estimating the tumble rates of galaxy halos. SIMONSON G.F. and TOHLINE J.E.
1983ApJ...269..466K 1 51 301 Spectroscopic evidence for activity in the nuclei of normal spiral galaxies. KEEL W.C.
1983MNRAS.204..909R 109 17 Very large spiral galaxies. ROMANISHIN W.
1983AZh....60..656Z 103 13 Rotation curves of normal galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and KYAZUMOV G.A.
1983Sci...220.1339R 1 10 76 The rotation of spiral galaxies. RUBIN V.C.
1984ApJ...278...61W 59 109 An objective classification system for spiral galaxies. I. The two dominant dimensions. WHITMORE B.C.
1984AZh....61..846K 111 7 Rotation curves of normal galaxies. The catalogue. KYAZUMOV G.A.
1984BAAS...16Z.410L 6 0 HI observations of supermassive galaxies. LEWIS B.M.
1985A&A...146..213R 79 T                   1 1 36 Radio observations of HI in
UGC 2885, the largest identified Sc galaxy.
ROELFSEMA P.R. and ALLEN R.J.
1985ApJ...292..451L 15 11 HI observations of supermassive spiral galaxies. LEWIS B.M.
1985ApJ...297..423B 61 131 The distribution of mass in spiral galaxies. BURSTEIN D. and RUBIN V.C.
1985ApJS...59..161L 251 43 High signal-to-noise ratio observations of H I in 243 galaxies. LEWIS B.M., HELOU G. and SALPETER E.E.
1985PAZh...11....3P 270 5 The direction of rotation of the spirals in 109 galaxies. NGC 3786 and NGC 5426 - The galaxies with leading spiral arms in interacting systems. PASHA I.I.
1986AJ.....91.1301K 2 37 330 Dark matter in spiral galaxies. I. Galaxies with optical rotation curves. KENT S.M.
1986ApJ...301L...7G 2 3 33 UGC 12591: the most rapidly rotating disk galaxy. GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., RUBIN V.C., et al.
1986MNRAS.223..303P 22 10 The information on large-scale properties of spiral galaxies stored in their kinematics. PERSIC M. and SALUCCI P.
1986MNRAS.223..377G 3 6 91 The peculiar shape of the inner galactic rotation curve. GERHARD O.E. and VIETRI M.
1986MNRAS.223..539S 2 6 56 Alternatives to dark matter. SANDERS R.H.
1986JApA....7...17C 9 3 Towards a physical model for galactic rotation curves. COWSIK R. and GHOSH P.
1986S&T....72..582S 8 1 Formation of the galaxies. SILK J.
1987A&A...172..375B 96 19 Central velocity gradients and the classification of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
1987A&A...175....9V 216 4 Alignments of galaxies in the Perseus supercluster. VETTOLANI G. and BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
1987MNRAS.224..953S 132 66 The peculiar velocity of the local group- I. HI observations of Sb and Sbc galaxies. STAVELEY-SMITH L. and DAVIES R.D.
1987ATsir1519....1Z 8 1 On the azimuthal average distribution of HI in galaxies. ZASOV A.V. and FRIDMAN A.M.
1987S&W....26...65H 2 0 Die am schnellsten rotierende Spiralgalaxie. HOPP U.
1987IAUS..127..399G 4 2 Disk rotation curves in triaxial potentials. GERHARD O.E. and VIETRI M.
1988A&A...192..107A 2 7 The ratio between the mass of the halo and visible matter in spiral galaxies and limits on the neutrino mass. ARBOLINO M.V. and RUFFINI R.
1988A&A...206...18P 1 4 27 A method of determing the thickness of spiral galaxies by solution of the three-dimensional Poisson equation. PENG Q.-H.
1988AJ.....95..408G 10 36 Near-infrared disk parameters in late-type spiral galaxies. GIOVANARDI C. and HUNT L.K.
1988ApJS...67....1T 637 93 Uncertainties in 21 centimeter redshifts. I. Data. TIFFT W.G. and COCKE W.J.
1988MNRAS.231p..25S 7 ~ Pattern speeds in barred spiral galaxies. SELLWOOD J.A. and SPARKE L.S.
1988Ast....16c..18T 2 0 The search for dark matter. TRIMBLE V.
1988ApL....27...27B 53 ~ Systematics of the central velocity gradients of spiral galaxies. BAIESI-PILLASTRINI G.C.
1988Ap&SS.141..389X 44 1 The kinematic effects on the rotation curve of a galaxy. XU C.-M. and WU X.-J.
1989ApJ...338...78B 3 13 186 Modal approach to the morphology of spiral galaxies. I. Basic structure and astrophysical viability. BERTIN G., LIN C.C., LOWE S.A., et al.
1989ApJ...339..657F 101 9 The distribution of mass for spiral galaxies in clusters and in the field. FORBES D.A. and WHITMORE B.C.
1989PAZh...15..210Z 13 1 On the frequency of occurrence of disk galaxies with a "two-humped" curve of rotation. ZASOV A.V. and ZOTOV V.M.
1990A&A...233..317F 87 8 Do external regions of galaxies have a common orientation ? FLICHE H.H. and SOURIAU J.M.
1990A&A...237...36C 163 17 Does the dark component influence the shape of the inner rotation curves of spiral galaxies ? CORRADI R.L.M. and CAPACCIOLI M.
1990A&ARv...2....1S 55 91 Mass discrepancies in galaxies: dark matter and alternatives. SANDERS R.H.
1991A&AS...90..121C 243 19 Kinematical observations of ordinary spiral galaxies: a bibliographical compilation. CORRADI R.L.M. and CAPACCIOLI M.
1991Msngr..63...50B 7 1 Supermassive disk galaxies. BUSON L.M., GALLETTA G., SAGLIA R.P., et al.
1992A&A...255...63J 55 29 Dark-to-luminous mass ratio in spiral galaxies. JABLONKA J. and ARIMOTO N.
1993AJ....105.1251W viz 554 73 A survey of the Pisces-Perseus supercluster. V. The declination strip +33.5deg to +39.5deg and the main supercluster ridge. WEGNER G., HAYNES M.P. and GIOVANELLI R.
1993ApJ...406..457C 108 T K                 2 11 Spiral structure of the giant galaxy
UGC 2885 : H-alpha kinematics.
CANZIAN B., ALLEN R.J. and TILANUS R.P.J.
1993ApJ...412..443F 37 116 Rotation curves from baryonic infall : dependence on disk-to-halo ratio, initial angular momentum and core radius and comparison with data. FLORES R., PRIMACK J.R., BLUMENTHAL G.R., et al.
1993PASP..105..638A 2 3 Detecting resonances in spiral galaxies: introduction to the workshop. ALLEN R.J., CANZIAN B. and LUBOW S.H.
1993PASP..105..661C 73 T                   1 8 Corotation resonance: UGC 2885 and a new method. CANZIAN B.
1993RMxAA..25..111M 13 0 A simple model to fit rotation curves. MORENO E. and PISMIS P.
1994A&AS..104..529T viz 802 25 Search and redshift survey for IRAS galaxies behind the Northern Milky Way. TAKATA T., YAMADA T., SAITO M., et al.
1994MNRAS.267..283A 1 34 143 Exponential bulges in late-type spirals : an improved description of the light distribution. ANDREDAKIS Y.C. and SANDERS R.H.
1994PASJ...46..227S 202 1 Apparent magnitudes of galaxies behind the Milky Way. SAITO M., TAKATA T. and YAMADA T.
1995ApJ...449..527L viz 923 19 Large-scale structures in the zone of avoidance: the Galactic Anticenter region. LU N.Y. and FREUDLING W.
1996ApJ...473..117S 1 31 130 The published extended rotation curves of spiral galaxies: confrontation with modified dynamics. SANDERS R.H.
1996MNRAS.283...18D 1 40 235 H I observations of low surface brightness galaxies: probing low-density galaxies. DE BLOK W.J.G., McGAUGH S.S. and VAN DER HULST J.M.
1997A&A...318..741S 2 4 Contribution of spiral arms to the surface brightness distribution of disk galaxies. SERNA A.
1997A&AS..126..503M viz 488 12 Scaleheights of 486 southern spiral galaxies and some statistical correlation. MA J., PENG Q.-H., CHEN R., et al.
1997AJ....113.2075Q 1 5 18 Spiral structure based limits on the disk mass of the low surface brightness galaxies UGC 6614 and F568-6. QUILLEN A.C. and PICKERING T.E.
1997ApJ...481..741M 9 24 NGC 2442: tidal encounters and the evolution of spiral galaxies. MIHOS J.C. and BOTHUN G.D.
1997ApJ...490L..51M 12 20 The thickness of M31. MA J., PENG Q. and GU Q.
1997MNRAS.290..533D 1 47 266 The dark and visible matter content of low surface brightness disc galaxies. DE BLOK W.J.G. and McGAUGH S.S.
1997PASJ...49..539H 47 29 On the Keplerian rotation curves of galaxies. HONMA M. and SOFUE Y.
1998A&AS..127..117P viz 2384 30 A catalogue of spatially resolved kinematics of galaxies: Bibliography. PRUGNIEL P., ZASOV A., BUSARELLO G., et al.
1998A&AS..131...73M viz 1372 15 Catalogue of HI maps of galaxies. I. MARTIN M.C.
1998ApJ...499...41M 1 51 204 Testing the dark matter hypothesis with low surface brightness galaxies and other evidence. McGAUGH S.S. and DE BLOK W.J.G.
1998ApJ...499...66M 41 118 Testing the hypothesis of modified dynamics with low surface brightness galaxies and other evidence. McGAUGH S.S. and DE BLOK W.J.G.
1998ApJ...502..582C 166 12 Extensive spiral structure and corotation resonance. CANZIAN B.
1999A&A...346..415M 42 14 Near-infrared observations of galaxies in Pisces-Perseus. III. Global scaling relations of disks and bulges. MORIONDO G., GIOVANELLI R. and HAYNES M.P.
1999A&A...348...77B 16 28 The kinematics of the bulge and the disc of NGC 7331. BOTTEMA R.
1999A&AS..137..101M viz 177 11 Near-infrared observations of galaxies in Pisces-Perseus. I. (H)-band surface photometry of 174 spirals. MORIONDO G., BAFFA C., CASERTANO S., et al.
1999ApJS..121..287H viz 15       D               1 4290 144 The CfA redshift survey: data for the South Galactic Cap. HUCHRA J.P., VOGELEY M.S. and GELLER M.J.
1999ApJS..125..409C viz 13438 54 Arcsecond positions of UGC galaxies. COTTON W.D., CONDON J.J. and ARBIZZANI E.
1999PASP..111..438F viz 15       D               1 19406 309 The updated Zwicky catalog (UZC). FALCO E.E., KURTZ M.J., GELLER M.J., et al.
2000AJ....120.1691N 157 31 A dynamical study of galaxies in the Hickson compact groups. NISHIURA S., SHIMADA M., OHYAMA Y., et al.
2000AJ....120.3027C 48 130 The various kinematics of dwarf irregular galaxies in nearby groups and their dark matter distributions. COTE S., CARIGNAN C. and FREEMAN K.C.
2000ApJ...540L...1S 53 32 Is a simple collisionless relic dark matter particle ruled out?. SELLWOOD J.A.
2000MNRAS.317...55S viz 15       D               1 16417 381 The PSCz catalogue. SAUNDERS W., SUTHERLAND W.J., MADDOX S.J., et al.
2001ARA&A..39..137S 3 41 394 Rotation curves of spiral galaxies. SOFUE Y. and RUBIN V.
2002PASP..114..820V viz 349 28 Classifications of the host galaxies of supernovae. VAN DEN BERGH S., LI W. and FILIPPENKO A.V.
2002ARA&A..40..263S 1 93 458 Modified Newtonian dynamics as an alternative to dark matter. SANDERS R.H. and McGAUGH S.S.
2003A&A...412...45P viz 15       D               1 956227 675 HYPERLEDA. I. Identification and designation of galaxies. PATUREL G., PETIT C., PRUGNIEL P., et al.
2004A&A...414..905H viz 110 28 Near-infrared observations of galaxies in Pisces-Perseus. V. On the origin of bulges. HUNT L.K., PIERINI D. and GIOVANARDI C.
2004AJ....128.2080O viz 109 9 New reference galaxy standards for H I emission observations. O'NEIL K.
2004IAUS..220..377K 2 20 90 Scaling laws for dark matter halos in late-type and dwarf spheroidal galaxies. KORMENDY J. and FREEMAN K.C.
2005ApJ...632..859M 2 69 277 The baryonic Tully-Fisher relation of galaxies with extended rotation curves and the stellar mass of rotating galaxies. McGAUGH S.S.
2006AJ....131.2452C 91 8 Objective classification of spiral galaxies having extended rotation curves beyond the optical radius. CHATTOPADHYAY T. and CHATTOPADHYAY A.K.
2006AJ....132..197W viz 15       D               1 493 85 Tidally triggered star formation in close pairs of galaxies: Major and minor interactions. WOODS D.F., GELLER M.J. and BARTON E.J.
2006ApJ...636..721B viz 102 161 Galaxy rotation curves without nonbaryonic dark matter. BROWNSTEIN J.R. and MOFFAT J.W.
2007MNRAS.376.1513N 39           X         1 33 75 The mass distribution in early-type disc galaxies: declining rotation curves and correlations with optical properties. NOORDERMEER E., VAN DER HULST J.M., SANCISI R., et al.
2007NewAR..51..120S 4 2 Structure and kinematics of large spiral galaxies. STRUVE C., JOZSA G., KENN F., et al.
2009A&A...493..871S 15       D               1 118 66 The rotation curves shapes of late-type dwarf galaxies. SWATERS R.A., SANCISI R., VAN ALBADA T.S., et al.
2009A&A...496..659T 15       D               1 43 10 MOND and the dark baryons. TIRET O. and COMBES F.
2009AJ....138..392S 15       D               2 83 57 A first attempt to calibrate the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation with gas-dominated galaxies. STARK D.V., McGAUGH S.S. and SWATERS R.A.
2009AJ....138.1938C viz 15       D               1 13325 34 The Extragalactic Distance Database: All Digital H I profile catalog. COURTOIS H.M., TULLY R.B., FISHER J.R., et al.
2010A&A...524A..53H 132       D     X         4 47 4 The distinguishing factor for gravity models: stellar population synthesis. HASANI ZONOOZI A. and HAGHI H.
2011MNRAS.412.1419L viz 16       D               1 1826 123 Nearby supernova rates from the Lick observatory supernova search – I. The methods and data base. LEAMAN J., LI W., CHORNOCK R., et al.
2011MNRAS.414.2005C viz 16       D               1 1794 44 Cosmic flows: Green Bank Telescope and Parkes H I observations. COURTOIS H.M., TULLY R.B., MAKAROV D.I., et al.
2012ApJS..203...17R 16       D               1 114 116 Angular momentum and galaxy formation revisited. ROMANOWSKY A.J. and FALL S.M.
2013AJ....146...92H 2502   K A D     X C       63 15 11 Star formation in two luminous spiral galaxies. HUNTER D.A., ELMEGREEN B.G., RUBIN V.C., et al.
2014AJ....148...77M 18       D               2 38 80 Color-mass-to-light-ratio relations for disk galaxies. McGAUGH S.S. and SCHOMBERT J.M.
2015A&A...574A.113P 53           X         1 9 114 Is there a ``too big to fail'' problem in the field? PAPASTERGIS E., GIOVANELLI R., HAYNES M.P., et al.
2014NewA...26...40W 16       D               4 80 6 Kinematic classification of non-interacting spiral galaxies. WIEGERT T. and ENGLISH J.
2015MNRAS.447.1531C viz 16       D               1 13577 12 Update on HI data collection from Green Bank, Parkes and Arecibo telescopes for the Cosmic Flows project. COURTOIS H.M. and TULLY R.B.
2015ApJ...802...18M 18       D               2 32 69 Weighing galaxy disks with the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation. McGAUGH S.S. and SCHOMBERT J.M.
2015MNRAS.448.1767C 16       D               4 44 11 Giant disc galaxies: where environment trumps mass in galaxy evolution. COURTOIS H.M., ZARITSKY D., SORCE J.G., et al.
2015MNRAS.448.3229M 138       D     X C       3 38 8 Galaxy rotation curves with lognormal density distribution. MARR J.H.
2015AJ....149..171T viz 16       D               1 49215 49 Galaxy groups: a 2MASS catalog. TULLY R.B.
2015ApJ...805..145E 42           X         1 29 41 A star formation law for dwarf irregular galaxies. ELMEGREEN B.G. and HUNTER D.A.
2015MNRAS.453.2214M 16       D               1 37 2 Angular momentum of disc galaxies with a lognormal density distribution. MARR J.H.
2016ApJ...816L..14L viz 16       D               1 120 62 The small scatter of the baryonic Tully-Fisher relation. LELLI F., McGAUGH S.S. and SCHOMBERT J.M.
2016ApJ...817...84K 16       D               1 96 44 Scaling laws for dark matter halos in late-type and dwarf spheroidal galaxies. KORMENDY J. and FREEMAN K.C.
2016ApJ...817..109O 41           X         1 66 9 Superluminous spiral galaxies. OGLE P.M., LANZ L., NADER C., et al.
2016A&A...588A..14T viz 16       D               1 84073 14 Friends-of-friends galaxy group finder with membership refinement. TEMPEL E., KIPPER R., TAMM A., et al.
2016AJ....152...50T viz 16       D               1 20396 67 Cosmicflows-3. TULLY R.B., COURTOIS H.M. and SORCE J.G.
2016ApJ...827L..19L viz 16       D               1 135 31 The relation between stellar and dynamical surface densities in the central regions of disk galaxies. LELLI F., McGAUGH S.S., SCHOMBERT J.M., et al.
2016AJ....152..157L viz 59       D     X         2 179 199 SPARC: mass models for 175 disk galaxies with Spitzer photometry and accurate rotation curves. LELLI F., McGAUGH S.S. and SCHOMBERT J.M.
2017ApJ...836..151S 17       D               1 29 ~ Scaling relations of mass, velocity, and radius for disk galaxies. SCHULZ E.
2017ApJ...837..120G viz 17       D               1 14403 24 LOSS revisited. I. Unraveling correlations between supernova rates and galaxy properties, as measured in a reanalysis of the Lick Observatory Supernova Search. GRAUR O., BIANCO F.B., HUANG S., et al.
2018A&A...612L...6P viz 17       D               1 94 8 The angular momentum-mass relation: a fundamental law from dwarf irregulars to massive spirals. POSTI L., FRATERNALI F., DI TEODORO E.M., et al.
2018MNRAS.477.4187H viz 17       D               1 173 ~ Rotation curves of galaxies and the stellar mass-to-light ratio. HAGHI H., KHODADADI A., GHARI A., et al.
2018A&A...615A...3L 128           X C       2 174 10 Fitting the radial acceleration relation to individual SPARC galaxies. LI P., LELLI F., McGAUGH S., et al.
2018MNRAS.473.3796S 272       D     X         7 22 1 What made discy galaxies giant? SABUROVA A.S.
2018MNRAS.480.2292S viz 17       D               1 10 2 A new algorithm to quantify maximum discs in galaxies. STARKMAN N., LELLI F., McGAUGH S., et al.
2019MNRAS.482.5106L 17       D               2 176 ~ A constant characteristic volume density of dark matter haloes from SPARC rotation curve fits. LI P., LELLI F., McGAUGH S.S., et al.
2019A&A...623A.123G viz 17       D               1 160 ~ Dark matter-baryon scaling relations from Einasto halo fits to SPARC galaxy rotation curves. GHARI A., FAMAEY B., LAPORTE C., et al.
2019MNRAS.486.1658C 17       D               1 175 ~ Is there a fundamental acceleration scale in galaxies? CHANG Z. and ZHOU Y.
2019A&A...626A..56P 17       D               1 111 ~ Peak star formation efficiency and no missing baryons in massive spirals. POSTI L., FRATERNALI F. and MARASCO A.
2020ApJS..247...31L viz 18       D               1 176 ~ A comprehensive catalog of dark matter halo models for SPARC galaxies. LI P., LELLI F., McGAUGH S., et al.
2020MNRAS.495...58S 18       D               1 158 ~ Baryonic clues to the puzzling diversity of dwarf galaxy rotation curves. SANTOS-SANTOS I.M.E., NAVARRO J.F., ROBERTSON A., et al.
2020A&A...640A..70M viz 18       D               1 22 ~ Massive disc galaxies too dominated by dark matter in cosmological hydrodynamical simulations. MARASCO A., POSTI L., OMAN K., et al.
2020ApJ...904...51C 18       D               1 153 ~ Testing the strong equivalence principle: detection of the external field effect in rotationally supported galaxies. CHAE K.-H., LELLI F., DESMOND H., et al.
2021ApJ...914..142H 1894 T   A S   X C       38 1 ~ Predicting the spectrum of
UGC 2885,
Rubin's Galaxy with machine learning.
HOLWERDA B.W., WU J.F., KEEL W.C., et al.
2021ApJ...921..104C 19       D               1 179 ~ Testing the strong equivalence principle. II. Relating the external field effect in galaxy rotation curves to the large-scale structure of the Universe. CHAE K.-H., DESMOND H., LELLI F., et al.

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