2005A&A...444..697T


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2005A&A...444..697T - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 444, 697-710 (2005/12-4)

Stephan's Quintet with XMM-Newton.

TRINCHIERI G., SULENTIC J., PIETSCH W. and BREITSCHWERDT D.

Abstract (from CDS):

The prototype compact group known as Stephan's Quintet (SQ) was observed with XMM-Newton in order to complement the excellent resolution of Chandra with high sensitivity to extended emission. SQ is a dynamic environment whose main effect, at both X-ray and optical wavelengths, appears to be ISM stripping. This is manifested by: 1) secular evolution of morphological types towards earlier types and 2) growth of diffuse emission. Virtually all cold, warm, and hot gas in SQ is found outside of the member galaxies. XMM-Newton offers the opportunity to study the hot gas with unprecedented sensitivity. We find two main components: 1) extended high surface brightness emission from shocked gas associated with an ongoing collision and 2) even more extended and unrelaxed diffuse emission that follows the stripped stellar envelope of the group.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: general - X-rays: galaxies - galaxies: ISM - X-rays: ISM

CDS comments: Table 2, fig.5: some regions are not objects (A to D, NGC 7320SE)

Simbad objects: 20

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Number of rows : 20

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 NGC 7317 Sy2 22 35 51.8681756144 +33 56 41.758762990 15.10 14.57 13.60 12.72   ~ 160 1
2 CXOU J223553.9+335946 X 22 35 53.94 +33 59 46.9           ~ 2 0
3 CXOU J223555.6+335738 X 22 35 55.69 +33 57 38.7           ~ 2 0
4 2MASS J22355674+3357561 G 22 35 56.760 +33 57 56.43           ~ 4 0
5 NGC 7318A GiP 22 35 56.85 +33 57 54.3   14.4   13.13   ~ 124 0
6 CXOU J223557.3+335818 X 22 35 57.36 +33 58 18.8           ~ 2 0
7 NAME Stephan's Quintet CGG 22 35 57.5 +33 57 36           ~ 380 1
8 CXOU J223557.6+335859 X 22 35 57.61 +33 58 59.7           ~ 2 0
9 NGC 7318B GiP 22 35 58.3906020031 +33 57 57.832811083   14.06   12.47   ~ 126 0
10 [ONM98] ULR 2 EmO 22 35 59.9 +33 57 41           ~ 4 0
11 GPM 339.009628+33.999271 * 22 36 02.3509542462 +33 59 57.402171709   13.0 12.2     ~ 6 0
12 CXOU J223603.4+335653 X 22 36 03.40 +33 56 53.7           ~ 2 0
13 NGC 7320 GiG 22 36 03.4063163618 +33 56 53.630500863 13.12 13.23 12.63 12.38   ~ 177 3
14 CXOU J223603.4+335650 X 22 36 03.46 +33 56 50.4           ~ 2 0
15 NGC 7319 Sy2 22 36 03.602 +33 58 33.18   14.57 13.53 12.65   ~ 257 0
16 [VV2006] J223603.7+335824 QSO 22 36 03.7 +33 58 24   22.22 21.79     ~ 5 0
17 CXOU J223606.5+335625 X 22 36 06.50 +33 56 25.8           ~ 2 0
18 NGC 7320C G 22 36 20.3667448361 +33 59 06.166668958   17       ~ 44 0
19 [XST99] Source A HII 23 35 58.7 +33 58 55           ~ 11 1
20 [WYV2002] Arc-S HI ~ ~           ~ 3 1

    Equat.    Gal    SGal    Ecl

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