2020MNRAS.491.3767S


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2020MNRAS.491.3767S - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 491, 3767-3777 (2020/January-3)

Automatic detection of full ring galaxy candidates in SDSS.

SHAMIR L.

Abstract (from CDS):

A full ring is a form of galaxy morphology that is not associated with a specific stage on the Hubble sequence. Digital sky surveys can collect many millions of galaxy images, and therefore even rare forms of galaxies are expected to be present in relatively large numbers in image data bases created by digital sky surveys. Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) data release (DR) 14 contains ∼2.6 x 106 objects with spectra identified as galaxies. The method described in this paper applied automatic detection to identify a set of 443 ring galaxy candidates, 104 of them were already included in the Buta + 17 catalogue of ring galaxies in SDSS, but the majority of the galaxies are not included in previous catalogues. Machine analysis cannot yet match the superior pattern recognition abilities of the human brain, and even a small false positive rate makes automatic analysis impractical when scanning through millions of galaxies. Reducing the false positive rate also increases the true negative rate, and therefore the catalogue of ring galaxy candidates is not exhaustive. However, due to its clear advantage in speed, it can provide a large collection of galaxies that can be used for follow-up observations of objects with ring morphology.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019 The Author(s) Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society

Journal keyword(s): methods: data analysis - techniques: image processing - catalogues - galaxies: peculiar

Status at CDS : Large table(s) will be appraised for possible ingestion in VizieR.

Simbad objects: 55

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Number of rows : 55

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 1698 GiP 01 25 22.1351413525 +14 50 19.523329372   14.43       ~ 38 1
2 IC 1706 GiG 01 27 30.978 +14 49 10.79   15.4       ~ 18 0
3 MCG+00-05-013 Sy2 01 35 36.6564263563 +00 00 53.704651813   18.80 18.21     ~ 14 0
4 MCG+02-21-005 LIN 08 01 54.116 +09 37 33.10   14.9       ~ 15 0
5 MCG+08-15-041 G 08 07 03.0632048907 +45 40 35.006131911   16 16     ~ 6 0
6 NAME IIHz4 G 08 58 33.0483554312 +37 05 11.402991091   14.94       ~ 30 0
7 NGC 2740 G 09 06 04.9820535390 +51 44 07.037076439   15.1       ~ 14 0
8 IC 2441C GiG 09 10 02.8974808350 +22 51 06.390870810   15.3       ~ 11 0
9 MCG+05-23-004 IG 09 29 07.405 +30 08 30.67   15.4       ~ 13 0
10 MCG+08-18-057 LIN 10 03 03.3903786120 +45 35 52.747045238   15.7       ~ 8 0
11 MCG+01-27-015 G 10 31 10.9608333732 +06 52 30.724348254   15.6       ~ 4 0
12 NGC 3429 G 10 50 57.5445941176 +09 15 54.617059632           ~ 8 0
13 UGC 6109 G 11 02 34.920 +50 34 56.22   15.3       ~ 26 0
14 MCG+10-16-093 LIN 11 14 48.5332080480 +56 34 41.197128042   15.6       ~ 11 0
15 IC 699 LIN 11 29 06.489 +08 59 18.94   14.6       ~ 36 0
16 IC 2941 LIN 11 36 09.976 +10 03 19.54   15.0       ~ 21 0
17 NGC 3754 LIN 11 37 54.9240360373 +21 59 07.910104865   15.2   14.30   ~ 44 1
18 UGC 6719 AGN 11 44 47.054 +20 07 29.98 14.90 14.68 13.59 13.12   ~ 82 1
19 MCG+03-30-094 AGN 11 45 06.995 +19 58 00.97   14.0   14.59   ~ 28 2
20 UGC 6769 Sy2 11 47 43.6898764676 +01 49 34.441323891   17.89 17.16 13.762   ~ 56 0
21 MCG+09-19-213 LIN 11 50 32.5267200958 +55 03 28.656505544   15.68 14.79     ~ 15 0
22 MCG+08-22-038 G 11 55 01.717 +48 47 12.80   17       ~ 6 0
23 NGC 4031 H2G 12 00 31.3384613916 +31 56 51.323193839   14.7       ~ 20 0
24 MCG+09-20-062 EmG 12 00 51.094 +54 35 31.64   17       ~ 6 0
25 MCG+03-31-015 GiG 12 01 44.3190650797 +17 53 55.935230776   15.1       ~ 21 0
26 MCG+11-15-044 G 12 17 28.0742204298 +67 33 32.390287370   16       ~ 7 0
27 VV 788 Sy1 12 32 05.0 +66 24 12   15.6       ~ 50 0
28 NGC 4566 Sy2 12 36 00.1190574262 +54 13 15.513330924   14.171 13.307 12.774 12.094 ~ 49 0
29 MCG+07-26-043 G 12 43 38.871 +44 05 39.97   15       ~ 12 0
30 IC 3844 G 12 52 06.5050103837 +39 49 05.677526183   17       ~ 5 0
31 MCG+06-29-011 GiC 13 00 17.952 +34 56 38.99   15       ~ 7 0
32 IC 4074 G 13 01 48.9764193389 +19 00 31.953313174           ~ 3 0
33 IC 4135 LIN 13 03 37.3876705642 +40 14 56.253266345   16.5       ~ 10 0
34 MCG+06-29-059 GiC 13 12 39.005 +34 03 54.60   15       ~ 10 0
35 MCG+11-16-015 G 13 15 07.5823271922 +62 31 17.265312474   15.4       ~ 14 0
36 UGC 8484 LIN 13 29 36.4484478300 +32 24 02.515456768   15.1       ~ 23 0
37 IC 901 rG 13 35 42.389 +13 19 51.45   15.2       ~ 17 0
38 MCG+05-32-048 LIN 13 38 44.1262781135 +26 19 42.660591488   15.6       ~ 20 0
39 IC 1007 GiG 14 24 36.5827886405 +04 33 32.994451725   15.0       ~ 17 0
40 IC 1010 LIN 14 27 20.3611516660 +01 01 33.145748979   14.8       ~ 34 0
41 NGC 5636 GiP 14 29 39.0117751788 +03 15 58.688657848   13.70       ~ 57 1
42 UGC 9691 LIN 15 04 37.8528627973 +40 22 19.468854908   15.1       ~ 14 0
43 NGC 5876 LIN 15 09 31.579 +54 30 23.36   13.9       ~ 59 0
44 NAME Hoag's Object G 15 17 14.4067618466 +21 35 07.856865950   15.8 15.1     ~ 42 0
45 NGC 5947 AGN 15 30 36.5917232336 +42 43 01.769106580   14.8       ~ 66 0
46 NVSS J153227+414838 rG 15 32 27.657 +41 48 42.43   15.6       ~ 16 0
47 UGC 10134 GiG 16 01 21.2067780896 +16 18 24.335516667   15.2       ~ 24 0
48 UGC 10342 rG 16 19 41.5222539022 +36 05 17.650303752   15.3       ~ 23 0
49 UGC 10430 LIN 16 30 26.843 +41 29 02.26   15.4       ~ 44 0
50 NGC 6184 rG 16 31 34.530 +40 33 56.14   15.1       ~ 36 0
51 MCG+04-39-016 Sy2 16 34 53.6670118801 +23 12 42.664338001   15.32 14.81     ~ 20 0
52 UGC 10615 LIN 16 56 10.583 +34 50 11.42   15.6       ~ 24 0
53 MCG+00-56-009 LIN 22 07 56.6000538756 +00 22 12.549281546   15.4       ~ 9 0
54 UGC 12068 Sy1 22 32 07.2560326930 +00 02 13.466629519   15.6       ~ 25 0
55 NGC 7613 G 23 19 51.651 +00 25 21.34           ~ 6 0

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