2006A&A...457..405C


Query : 2006A&A...457..405C

2006A&A...457..405C - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 457, 405-424 (2006/10-2)

Photometric study of a sample of southern binary galaxies.

COUTO DA SILVA T.C. and DE SOUZA R.E.

Abstract (from CDS):

This work exhibits the basic optical photometric data for a sample of 50 probable southern binary galaxies. Our sample covers a broad range of pair separations, stages of interaction, and morphologies. From the initial list of selected pairs, using spectroscopic data from the literature and our own data, we conclude that 84% of these systems are true binary galaxies. We present residual and asymmetric maps, R major semi-axis profiles of surface brightness, ellipticity, position-angle, harmonic Fourier coefficients of third and fourth order (b3 and b4) for 50 probable pairs, and B-R color maps for 47 of these pairs. For most galaxies, we present the profiles in two different ways, aiming to verify the influence of random errors on them. We note that random errors in position-angle profiles are at least 2°, but a more significant result must take into account a variation larger than 11° for this distribution. Barred galaxies usually show a typical behavior in ellipticity and position-angle profiles: these profiles display variations when changing from a bar to a disk region. In some cases, the variations also occur along the bar. Some galaxies show distribution profiles that are common for their morphological type, and the interaction signature is only evidenced by their residual maps. Bars are usually redder and rings are bluer, when compared with the galaxy outskirts. Our data indicates that there is a connection between interaction strength and morphological distortions in binary galaxies. If we consider the projected separation of a pair as an indication of interaction strength, distortions such as displaced centers, anomalous shapes of spiral arms, and twistings of external regions are easily detected in some close pairs, although not all components of close pairs show this behavior. Our data suggests that besides interaction, other parameters, like orbital geometry and internal properties of galaxies, can stimulate binary galaxies' peculiarities.

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Journal keyword(s): galaxies: interactions - galaxies: photometry

Simbad objects: 104

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Number of rows : 104
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 IC 1561 GiP 00 38 32.488 -24 20 23.76   14.92   13.95   ~ 22 0
2 IC 1562 GiP 00 38 33.9658244366 -24 16 26.325170383   13.56   12.53 12.9 ~ 47 0
3 NGC 348 G 01 00 51.9723348316 -53 14 40.086195018   14.58   13.48   ~ 14 0
4 ESO 151-18 GiG 01 01 35.725 -53 12 02.01   14.80   13.33   ~ 16 0
5 IC 1615 GiG 01 04 07.0342275261 -51 07 59.096459846   14.29   13.04   ~ 23 0
6 IC 1617 GiG 01 04 16.797 -51 01 58.01   14.59   13.22   ~ 19 0
7 LEDA 4461 GiP 01 14 22.0 -55 24 02   13.11   12.08   ~ 13 0
8 NGC 454 PaG 01 14 22.93 -55 23 55.4   14.26       ~ 49 1
9 LEDA 4468 Sy2 01 14 24.9320130723 -55 23 49.367907739   13.13 13.58 11.93   ~ 65 0
10 ESO 244-12 PaG 01 18 08.31 -44 27 43.4           ~ 82 1
11 MCG-07-03-014 GiP 01 18 08.370 -44 27 43.29   14.43   13.06   ~ 73 0
12 NGC 633 EmG 01 36 23.418 -37 19 17.64   13.50   12.50   ~ 79 1
13 ESO 297-12 EmG 01 36 24.1494524571 -37 20 25.707473821   15.06   13.76 14.7 ~ 42 1
14 NGC 639 EmG 01 38 59.243 -29 55 27.41   14.67   13.82   ~ 28 0
15 NGC 642 GiP 01 39 06.346 -29 54 53.49   13.58   12.48 13.1 ~ 38 0
16 ESO 52-20 GiP 02 05 43.021 -71 06 56.24   14.58   13.47   ~ 17 0
17 ESO 52-21 GiP 02 05 56.9443475664 -71 07 45.826674720   14.97   13.91   ~ 11 0
18 NGC 858 EmG 02 12 30.1900891723 -22 28 17.618859645   14.19   13.51 13.6 ~ 31 0
19 ESO 478-14 GiP 02 13 05.0896950040 -22 29 29.661136827   15.86   14.82   ~ 13 0
20 ESO 115-8 GiP 02 24 22.722 -58 23 47.98   14.65   12.67   ~ 25 0
21 ESO 115-9 GiP 02 24 29.064 -58 26 02.04   15.15   13.01   ~ 23 0
22 IC 1811 GiP 02 30 38.199 -34 15 50.84   14.35   13.07   ~ 16 0
23 IC 1813 AGN 02 30 49.4689764578 -34 13 15.070470238   14.20   12.80   ~ 23 0
24 ESO 479-40 GiP 02 46 41.6719812113 -25 20 48.307767314   14.64   13.45   ~ 23 0
25 ESO 479-41 GiP 02 46 48.261 -25 23 20.89   16.050   14.878   ~ 9 0
26 ESO 356-22 GiP 02 57 49.1641175718 -36 43 04.601832947   13.30   12.00 12.7 ~ 38 0
27 [SDD95] 139b GiP 02 58 54.75 -36 36 40.7   14.83   13.79   ~ 3 0
28 ESO 481-9 GiP 03 12 18.2962222637 -24 37 13.488662857   14.68   13.06   ~ 18 0
29 ESO 481-11 LSB 03 12 24.772 -24 32 46.59   15.44   14.20   ~ 24 0
30 IC 1908 GiP 03 15 05.1004946383 -54 49 08.033271109   14.53       ~ 24 0
31 LEDA 12086 G 03 15 05.6 -54 49 15   16.14       ~ 3 0
32 ESO-LV 420-0140 GiG 04 15 09.66 -28 28 55.6   14.75   14.26   ~ 9 0
33 ESO-LV 420-0141 GiG 04 15 10.282 -28 28 41.73   14.75   14.26   ~ 10 0
34 NGC 1540 IG 04 15 10.35 -28 29 03.6           ~ 16 0
35 ESO-LV 420-0142 GiG 04 15 10.660 -28 29 18.73   14.94   14.12   ~ 10 0
36 ESO 202-9 IG 04 21 03.83 -48 18 20.4   15.32   14.45   ~ 9 0
37 NGC 1567 GiP 04 21 08.7582856163 -48 15 16.919880506   13.36   11.81   ~ 34 0
38 NGC 1803 GiP 05 05 26.5 -49 34 03   13.51   12.54   ~ 25 0
39 ESO 203-19 GiP 05 05 34.05 -49 35 50.0   14.07   12.86   ~ 9 0
40 LEDA 16986 G 05 15 21.0 -26 28 04   14.07   13.53   ~ 5 0
41 LEDA 16987 G 05 15 21.0 -26 28 01   14.41   13.72   ~ 4 0
42 ESO 486-39 EmG 05 15 21.381 -26 28 17.55   15.26   14.58   ~ 10 0
43 ESO 507-45 Sy1 12 55 35.694 -26 49 30.33   12.84   11.28   ~ 45 0
44 ESO 507-46 GiP 12 55 44.084 -26 48 33.62   13.96   12.64   ~ 33 0
45 ESO 443-50 GiP 13 04 22.643 -28 42 02.43   14.49   13.07   ~ 12 0
46 ESO 443-51 GiP 13 04 23.2480103355 -28 44 40.514140254   15.61   14.43   ~ 9 0
47 ESO 444-10 G 13 20 27.620 -30 54 30.84   15.43   14.34   ~ 28 0
48 LEDA 46553 GiP 13 20 29.3 -30 53 49   14.33   13.08   ~ 10 0
49 ESO 576-73 GiP 13 30 36.317 -22 30 23.98   15.11   14.40   ~ 9 0
50 ESO 576-76 GiP 13 30 42.8386205092 -22 25 16.445726360   13.86   12.93   ~ 24 0
51 ESO 510-58 GiP 14 04 37.3725802214 -24 49 59.290293661   14.06   12.90   ~ 33 0
52 ESO 510-59 GiP 14 04 46.344 -24 49 37.34   13.49   12.93   ~ 31 0
53 ESO 511-18 GiP 14 17 39.4207091194 -24 11 00.628457073   14.51   13.48   ~ 21 0
54 ESO 511-20 GiP 14 17 49.1380754935 -24 11 12.039991443   15.57   14.40 14.3 ~ 12 0
55 IC 4935 GiP 20 04 34.1210334580 -57 35 53.428088834   14.04   12.43   ~ 25 0
56 ESO 143-4 GiP 20 04 46.0942160822 -57 40 47.653554607   15.19   13.84   ~ 18 0
57 ESO 233-36 GiP 20 09 34.358 -49 13 17.26   14.77       ~ 28 0
58 ESO 233-37 GiP 20 09 39.148 -49 19 54.27   14.56   13.26   ~ 19 0
59 ESO 340-14 G 20 19 14.839 -41 20 34.68   14.74   14.48   ~ 5 0
60 ESO 340-15 GiP 20 19 26.5396588686 -41 19 57.045521055   13.59   12.25   ~ 14 0
61 IC 5020 GiP 20 30 38.4666916018 -33 29 08.181605355   12.95 12.72 11.74 12.4 ~ 43 0
62 ESO 400-37 GiP 20 31 13.520 -33 28 38.40   14.58   13.64   ~ 35 0
63 ESO 463-8 GiP 20 37 32.168 -27 34 36.54   14.43   13.07   ~ 18 0
64 ESO 463-9 GiP 20 37 36.900 -27 33 58.51   15.14   13.82   ~ 12 0
65 NGC 6935 GiP 20 38 20.1982258325 -52 06 37.886321127   12.77 12.10 11.57   ~ 59 0
66 NGC 6937 GiP 20 38 45.853 -52 08 35.69   13.37 13.81 12.32 12.8 ~ 34 0
67 IC 5039 GiP 20 43 14.341 -29 51 12.25   13.45 12.60 12.28   ~ 60 0
68 IC 5041 GiP 20 43 34.5136327986 -29 42 13.619600707   13.11   12.13 12.6 ~ 51 0
69 IC 5038 GiP 20 46 51.680 -65 01 00.45   14.22   12.89   ~ 30 0
70 IC 5042 GiP 20 47 46.011 -65 05 03.50   14.06   12.93   ~ 17 0
71 IC 5063 Sy2 20 52 02.329 -57 04 07.60   12.92 13.60 11.30   ~ 575 1
72 IC 5064 GiP 20 52 38.2950887638 -57 13 56.717402569   14.31   12.76   ~ 27 0
73 ESO 286-17 Sy2 20 57 49.4390672542 -43 21 05.656548801   14.49   13.16   ~ 19 0
74 ESO 286-18 GiP 20 57 50.325 -43 22 27.62   14.30   12.77 13.2 ~ 50 0
75 ESO 342-22 EmG 21 12 56.2202863272 -37 52 10.152531351   14.60   13.68   ~ 18 0
76 ESO 342-23 EmG 21 13 02.4799644596 -37 53 14.862885089   15.31   14.47   ~ 9 0
77 IC 5100 GiP 21 21 43.433 -65 56 00.11   14.61   13.75 14.3 ~ 29 0
78 IC 5101 GiP 21 21 55.8031671967 -65 50 10.210714440   14.04   12.95   ~ 21 0
79 ESO 288-1 IG 21 46 15.1509992896 -46 31 06.391867155   13.74   12.49   ~ 14 0
80 ESO 288-2 BiC 21 46 15.9 -46 30 58   13.54   12.35   ~ 12 0
81 NGC 7125 GiP 21 49 15.945 -60 42 47.42   12.70 12.37 11.77   ~ 61 0
82 NGC 7126 GiP 21 49 18.135 -60 36 33.42   12.99 12.36 11.81   ~ 65 0
83 ESO 48-11 GiP 21 52 35.0336023140 -73 17 48.182272920   14.72       ~ 12 0
84 ESO 48-12 GiP 21 52 48.325 -73 17 38.23   16.25   14.76   ~ 16 0
85 IC 5149 GiP 21 58 59.055 -27 24 50.15   14.50   13.26   ~ 34 0
86 ESO 288-30 GiP 22 01 32.6545890194 -42 27 18.385986596   14.71       ~ 15 0
87 ESO 288-32 GiP 22 01 37.830 -42 26 21.98   14.95       ~ 16 0
88 ESO 404-39 GiP 22 11 41.7977431242 -33 53 09.353898927   14.27   13.17   ~ 20 0
89 6dFGS gJ221146.6-335300 GiP 22 11 46.604 -33 52 59.69   16.23   14.92   ~ 9 0
90 IC 5210 GiP 22 22 31.099 -18 52 10.94   14.01   12.49   ~ 22 0
91 ESO 533-20 GiP 22 22 32.4949738959 -23 31 27.889613570   14.74   13.45   ~ 19 0
92 ESO 533-21 GiP 22 22 33.3121412241 -23 30 53.850688768   14.32   13.00   ~ 21 0
93 IC 5211 GiP 22 22 43.0477420800 -18 52 48.597841902   14.66   13.12   ~ 21 0
94 NGC 7284 IG 22 28 35.925 -24 50 38.57   12.96   11.59   ~ 42 0
95 NGC 7285 IG 22 28 37.03 -24 50 25.9   12.82   11.54   ~ 35 0
96 ESO 534-13 GiP 22 39 17.014 -26 30 36.50   14.32   12.40   ~ 14 0
97 ESO 534-14 GiP 22 39 26.440 -26 24 06.52   15.56   14.26   ~ 7 0
98 ESO 76-30 GiP 22 55 25.430 -70 37 56.04   14.20   12.82   ~ 16 0
99 ESO 76-31 GiP 22 55 56.8971378319 -70 34 25.357670267   13.96   12.51   ~ 17 0
100 NGC 7541 GiP 23 14 43.857 +04 32 02.04   12.7       ~ 305 1
101 ESO 471-32 GiP 23 52 22.075 -30 13 49.05   14.74   13.58   ~ 18 0
102 ESO 471-34 GiP 23 52 31.8556716385 -30 10 51.543829337   14.33   13.20   ~ 18 0
103 ESO 111-9 GiP 23 55 55.320 -60 40 54.21   14.65   13.47   ~ 31 0
104 ESO 111-10 GiP 23 56 06.8368054170 -60 40 16.473976582   14.18   12.87   ~ 29 0

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