2005A&A...435...43V


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2005A&A...435...43V - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 435, 43-64 (2005/5-3)

A dichotomy in the orientation of dust and radio jets in nearby low-power radio galaxies.

VERDOES KLEIJN G.A. and DE ZEEUW P.T.

Abstract (from CDS):

We examine the properties of central dust in nearby quiescent and active early-type galaxies. The active galaxies are low-power radio galaxies with Fanaroff & Riley type I or I/II radio jets. We focus on (a) the comparison of the dust distributions in the active and quiescent galaxy samples; and (b) the relation between the radio jet and dust orientations. Our main observational conclusions are: (i) in line with previous studies, the dust detection rate is higher in radio-jet galaxies than in non radio-jet galaxies; (ii) radio galaxies contain a higher fraction of regular dust ``ellipses'' compared to quiescent galaxies which contain more often irregular dust distributions; (iii) the morphology, size and orientation of dust ellipses and lanes in quiescent early-types and active early-types with kpc-scale radio jets is very similar; (iv) dust ellipses are aligned with the major axis of the galaxy, dust lanes do not show a preferred alignment except for large (>kpc) dust lanes which are aligned with the minor axis of the galaxy; and (v) as projected on the sky, jets do not show a preferred orientation relative to the galaxy major axis (and hence dust ellipses), but jets are preferentially perpendicular to dust lanes. We show that the dust ellipses are consistent with being nearly circular thin disks viewed at random viewing angles. The lanes are likely warped dust structures, which may be in the process of settling down to become regular disks or are being perturbed by a non-gravitational force. We use the observed dust-jet orientations to constrain the three-dimensional angle θDJ between jet and dust. For dust-lane galaxies, the jet is approximately perpendicular to the dust structure, while for dust-ellipse galaxies there is a much wider distribution of θDJ. We discuss two scenarios that could explain the dust/jet/galaxy orientation dichotomy. If lanes are indeed settling, then the jet orientation apparently is roughly aligned with the angular momentum of the dust before it settles. If lanes are perturbed by a jet-related force, it appears that it causes the dust to move out of its equilibrium plane in the galaxy into a plane which is perpendicular to the jet.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: active - galaxies: elliptical and lenticular, cD - galaxies: nuclei - galaxies: jets - ISM: dust, extinction

Simbad objects: 102

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Number of rows : 102

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 3C 15 BiC 00 37 04.1109920574 -01 09 08.404283613   15.34       ~ 210 1
2 Z 479-45 rG 00 37 05.490 +25 41 56.43   14.8       ~ 76 0
3 NGC 193 rG 00 39 18.578 +03 19 52.87   14.3       ~ 123 1
4 NGC 207 EmG 00 39 40.718 -14 14 13.48   15.1   14.5 14.2 ~ 21 0
5 UGC 595 AGN 00 57 34.920 -01 23 27.89   14.07 15.10     ~ 232 1
6 NGC 315 LIN 00 57 48.88335 +30 21 08.8122 12.80 12.20 11.16 11.26   ~ 720 2
7 NGC 383 rG 01 07 24.95870 +32 24 45.2140   13.6 12.14     ~ 730 3
8 NGC 541 IG 01 25 44.305 -01 22 46.19 13.42 13.03 12.08     ~ 192 2
9 NGC 545 BiC 01 25 59.21 -01 20 25.4   13.21 13.34     ~ 129 2
10 NGC 547 GiP 01 26 00.577 -01 20 42.43   13.16 13.34     ~ 323 3
11 NGC 741 rG 01 56 20.959 +05 37 43.77   13.2       ~ 268 2
12 NGC 821 G 02 08 21.150 +10 59 41.53   12.210 11.310 10.739 9.744 ~ 545 0
13 UGC 1841 Sy1 02 23 11.41124 +42 59 31.3840   15.71 14.81     ~ 533 2
14 NGC 910 BiC 02 25 26.772 +41 49 27.50   14.5       ~ 61 1
15 NGC 1016 GiG 02 38 19.551 +02 07 09.12   13.3       ~ 82 0
16 NGC 1129 BiC 02 54 27.400 +41 34 46.70   14.6 13.6     ~ 106 1
17 3C 75 PaG 02 57 41.64 +06 01 28.0           ~ 287 1
18 NGC 1161 Sy1 03 01 14.08 +44 53 50.6   13.20 12.08     ~ 69 1
19 3C 76.1 rG 03 03 15.012 +16 26 18.84   16.00 14.86     ~ 162 2
20 NGC 1218 Sy1 03 08 26.2238190 +04 06 39.300921   12.84       ~ 351 1
21 NGC 1265 GiC 03 18 15.674 +41 51 27.94   14.7       ~ 351 2
22 3C 84 Sy2 03 19 48.1597607660 +41 30 42.114155434   13.10 12.48 11.09   ~ 3620 3
23 3C 88 QSO 03 27 54.19484 +02 33 41.9820   13.95       ~ 210 1
24 NGC 1497 GiG 04 02 06.8056094115 +23 07 58.397624556   14.5       ~ 46 1
25 Mrk 3 Sy2 06 15 36.458 +71 02 15.24 14.21 14.03 12.97     ~ 861 3
26 NGC 2258 AGN 06 47 46.185 +74 28 54.63   13.2       ~ 44 0
27 NGC 2329 AGN 07 09 08.0060407484 +48 36 55.739351597   13.7 13.99     ~ 118 3
28 NGC 2300 IG 07 32 20.486 +85 42 31.90   12.2       ~ 317 0
29 NGC 2768 SyG 09 11 37.504 +60 02 13.95 11.30 10.84 9.87     ~ 469 2
30 7C 0915+3203 AGN 09 18 57.9208878372 +31 51 10.777847306   15.5       ~ 61 1
31 NGC 2832 BiC 09 19 46.853 +33 44 59.07   13.3 13.17     ~ 249 3
32 NGC 2872 IG 09 25 42.539 +11 25 55.70   13.0       ~ 80 0
33 NGC 2892 rG 09 32 52.899 +67 37 02.64   14.4       ~ 57 1
34 NGC 2911 LIN 09 33 46.1074035 +10 09 08.822404   14.96 13.83     ~ 227 0
35 NGC 3348 GiG 10 47 09.994 +72 50 22.83   12.0       ~ 109 0
36 NGC 3516 Sy1 11 06 47.4596406816 +72 34 07.189563769   13.12 12.40     ~ 1437 0
37 NGC 3610 GiG 11 18 25.276 +58 47 10.49   11.4       ~ 287 0
38 NGC 3613 GiG 11 18 36.130 +57 59 59.73   11.6       ~ 194 0
39 2dFGRS TGN171Z312 BiC 11 33 05.090 -04 00 47.44   14.67       ~ 50 1
40 NGC 3801 LIN 11 40 16.897 +17 43 40.48   13.3       ~ 187 1
41 NGC 3842 BiC 11 44 02.155 +19 56 59.37 14.22 13.70 11.82 12.04   ~ 257 3
42 3C 264.0 QSO 11 45 05.0090520 +19 36 22.741257   14.98 13.97     ~ 547 2
43 7C 114610.00+594129.00 Bla 11 48 50.35825 +59 24 56.3820   12.9   11.57   ~ 212 1
44 NGC 3962 LIN 11 54 40.104 -13 58 29.95   13.16 12.16 11.15   ~ 144 0
45 NGC 4073 BiC 12 04 27.066 +01 53 45.50   13.8 13.21 14.249   ~ 185 1
46 UGC 7115 LIN 12 08 05.551 +25 14 14.26   14.4       ~ 77 0
47 NGC 4125 GiP 12 08 06.017 +65 10 26.88 11.14 10.65 9.72     ~ 401 2
48 NGC 4168 Sy1 12 12 17.234 +13 12 19.27 12.58 12.11 11.18     ~ 357 2
49 NGC 4261 LIN 12 19 23.2160630 +05 49 29.700024   13.92 12.87     ~ 1133 0
50 NGC 4335 rG 12 23 01.908 +58 26 40.96   13.7       ~ 76 1
51 NGC 4365 GiG 12 24 28.228 +07 19 03.07   11.5       ~ 805 0
52 M 84 Sy2 12 25 03.74333 +12 53 13.1393 12.67 12.09 10.49     ~ 1662 2
53 M 86 GiG 12 26 11.814 +12 56 45.49 10.32 9.83 8.90   7.50 ~ 1022 1
54 M 49 Sy2 12 29 46.798 +08 00 01.48   13.21 12.17     ~ 1985 2
55 NGC 4473 GiG 12 29 48.878 +13 25 45.55 11.60 11.16 10.20     ~ 611 1
56 M 87 BiC 12 30 49.42338230 +12 23 28.0438581 10.16 9.59 8.63   7.49 ~ 6352 3
57 NGC 4494 GiP 12 31 24.034 +25 46 29.93   10.55 9.74     ~ 454 0
58 NGC 4526 GiG 12 34 03.029 +07 41 56.90   10.6       ~ 610 1
59 M 89 LIN 12 35 39.8073444 +12 33 22.830809 11.29 10.73 9.75     ~ 938 2
60 NGC 4589 LIN 12 37 25.0 +74 11 31   12.0       ~ 266 1
61 M 59 GiG 12 42 02.322 +11 38 48.95   11.0       ~ 667 0
62 M 60 GiP 12 43 40.008 +11 33 09.40   10.3       ~ 1266 0
63 NGC 4807 GiP 12 55 29.077 +27 31 16.91   14.50 13.50     ~ 97 1
64 NGC 4816 GiG 12 56 12.136 +27 44 44.05 14.25 13.80 12.84     ~ 125 1
65 NGC 4869 rG 12 59 23.331 +27 54 41.81 15.03 14.9 13.52 13.292 12.536 ~ 265 0
66 NGC 4881 LIN 12 59 57.7481037297 +28 14 48.009303655 15.03 14.7 13.56     ~ 181 0
67 NGC 4889 BiC 13 00 08.097 +27 58 37.29 12.93 13.0 11.30 11.652 10.906 ~ 658 1
68 NGC 4952 LIN 13 04 58.392 +29 07 20.50   13.39 13.01     ~ 87 1
69 NGC 4957 GiG 13 05 12.3893150842 +27 34 11.130341330   14.2   14.62   ~ 85 0
70 NGC 5127 LIN 13 23 45.018 +31 33 56.72   13.9       ~ 162 0
71 NGC 5141 LIN 13 24 51.4411147 +36 22 42.772637   13.9       ~ 171 1
72 NAME Centaurus A Sy2 13 25 27.61509104 -43 01 08.8056025   8.18 6.84 6.66   ~ 4076 3
73 NGC 5252 Sy2 13 38 15.8711551761 +04 32 33.525903711   15.21 14.21     ~ 436 0
74 ACO 1775 ClG 13 41 55.6 +26 21 53           ~ 279 0
75 MCG+05-33-005 LIN 13 48 52.511 +26 35 34.84   14.0       ~ 222 2
76 NGC 5322 SyG 13 49 15.24 +60 11 25.8   11.3       ~ 385 2
77 NVSS J140000+283038 rG 14 00 00.40 +28 30 38.2           ~ 37 1
78 NGC 5490 rG 14 09 57.330 +17 32 43.53   13.4 15.5     ~ 148 1
79 NGC 5532 LIN 14 16 52.928 +10 48 26.43   13.3 12.59     ~ 325 3
80 NGC 5557 GiG 14 18 25.708 +36 29 37.28   12.2       ~ 200 0
81 7C 1457+2915 BLL 14 59 41.909 +29 03 31.64           ~ 21 1
82 NGC 5813 LIN 15 01 11.265 +01 42 07.09 12.00 11.45 10.46 10.06   ~ 588 1
83 NGC 5846 BiC 15 06 29.253 +01 36 20.29   11.9   9.74   ~ 786 1
84 4C 26.47 AGN 15 13 40.0227468596 +26 07 23.710955469   16.30       ~ 218 1
85 UGC 9799 Sy2 15 16 44.4894653562 +07 01 17.830884159   15.19 14.17     ~ 421 3
86 2MFGC 12478 G 15 27 44.412 +28 55 06.58           ~ 73 1
87 NGC 5982 LIN 15 38 39.778 +59 21 21.21   12.4       ~ 279 0
88 3C 338.0 QSO 16 28 38.2447110 +39 33 04.233634   12.78 11.78     ~ 713 5
89 NGC 6211 Sy2 16 41 27.609 +57 47 01.19   13.8       ~ 44 0
90 2C 1473 AGN 17 20 28.147 -00 58 47.12   15.36       ~ 303 1
91 NGC 6703 G 18 47 18.8165361086 +45 33 02.284879274   12.29 11.34     ~ 209 0
92 MCG+08-36-003 LSB 19 41 45.9837632964 +50 35 45.373035918   14.9 14.0     ~ 105 1
93 NGC 7052 rG 21 18 33.047 +26 26 48.65 15.52 14.85 13.09     ~ 303 1
94 NGC 7236 LIN 22 14 44.989 +13 50 47.43   14.3 14.3     ~ 259 2
95 UGC 12064 AGN 22 31 20.625 +39 21 29.81   14.6       ~ 422 1
96 NGC 7318A GiP 22 35 56.85 +33 57 54.3   14.4   13.13   ~ 124 0
97 3C 452 Sy2 22 45 48.787 +39 41 15.36   17.60 16.56     ~ 344 1
98 NGC 7562 GiP 23 15 57.503 +06 41 14.97   13.0       ~ 155 0
99 NGC 7619 GiG 23 20 14.524 +08 12 22.63   12.7       ~ 411 0
100 NGC 7626 rG 23 20 42.524 +08 13 01.43   12.8       ~ 407 1
101 NGC 7720 Sy1 23 38 29.38322439 +27 01 53.2583763   13.9 13.3     ~ 516 4
102 NGC 7785 G 23 55 19.036 +05 54 57.16   13.00       ~ 168 0

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