High redshift object in front of low redshift object

Note: This is part of my old website content that I’m transferring here.



M84












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
M84 E1;LERG LINER 0.00354
QSO B1222+131 quasar 1.250000



NGC 383







  • Association of 1E 0104 and NGC 383

    • 1E 0104 has X-ray tail that points toward NGC 383. [1]

  • Association of quasar B and 1E 0104

    • Quasar B is within the optical boundaries of one of 1E 0104 galaxies. [1]

      • Quasar B shows no absorption lines at z = 0.11 as it should if it would be in 1E
        0104’s background. [1]


  • General information

    • NGC 383 has three companion galaxies, NGC 379, NGC 380 and NGC 385. [1]

  • References











OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 383 SA0-: LERG 0.01700
NGC 379 S0 0.01861
NGC 380 E2 0.01476
NGC 385 SA0-: 0.01659
1E 0104 galaxy group 0.11 [1]
B quasar 2.027 [1]



NGC 450












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 450 NED01 SAB(s)cd: 0.00587
UGC 807 S 0.03813



NGC 1199












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 1199 E3 0.00857
[A81] 030118-1549SW compact object 0.044400



NGC 1232







  • Association of NGC 1232A and NGC 1232

    • A companion galaxy NGC 1232A is on the end of the spiral arm of NGC 1232. [1]
    • NGC 1232A doesn’t seem to be at it’s redshift distance. [1]

      • The degree of resolution is quite similar in NGC 1232 and NGC 1232A. [1]
      • The apparent size of H II regions is quite similar in NGC 1232 and NGC 1232A. [1]
      • Distance modulus (from luminosity index and apparent magnitude) of NGC 1232A is
        bigger than in NGC 1232. [1]
      • Absolute magnitude of NGC 1232A seems too faint for such a well-developed barred
        spiral to be at NGC 1232 distance. [1]

        • Galaxies of such low surface brightness and irregularity as NGC 1232A are known
          to be of low luminosity. [1]

      • If NGC 1232A were in the background, it would be isolated. There is no obvious
        background group to which it belongs. Type of NGC 1232A is such that it isn’t
        expected to appear isolated in space. [1]


  • Association of NGC 1232B and NGC 1232

    • There is another companion galaxy, NGC 1232B, in the disk of NGC 1232. [1]

      • NGC 1232B doesn’t appear to be dimmed. [1]
      • NGC 1232B doesn’t appear to be reddened. [1]


  • References








OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 1232 SAB(rs)c 0.00535
NGC 1232A SB(s)m 0.02167
NGC 1232B ? 0.093 [1]



NGC 1275













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 1275 cD;pec;NLRG Sy2 0.01756
? filaments 0.027 [1]
? intermediate velocity gas 0.023, 0.024 [11]



NGC 3718















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3718 SB(s)a pec;Sy1 LINER 0.00331
VV 150 galaxy group 0.02738
VV 150a SB0 0.02642
VV 150b (R’)S0/A pec: Sy2 0.02705
VV 150c SA(s)0/a pec: Sy2 0.02784



NGC 4698













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 4698 SA(s)ab Sy2 0.00334
XMMU J124825.9+083020 BLLAC 0.43000
RXJ1248.4+0831 Sy 0.12000



NGC 5296







  • Association of NGC 5296 BSO1 and NGC 5296

    • Luminous filament from NGC 5296 points toward NGC 5296 BSO1. [1]

  • Association of [A76] G1 and NGC 5296

    • [A76] G1 may be interacting with NGC 5296. [1]

      • [A76] G1 appears to be disturbed. [1]

    • [A76] G1 is embedded in the outskirts of NGC 5296. [1]

      • [A76] G1 doesn’t seem to be obscured by NGC 5296. [1]
      • [A76] G1 has only one peculiar arm that has a dark lane just outside of it. The
        lane seems to be absorbing the light of NGC 5296. [1]

        • Appearance of absorbtion could be just a photographic effect. [1]

          • Photographic effect should also be seen elsewhere in the photographic plate,
            it is not seen. [1]

        • Cusp of material could be missing from NGC 5296 just in the place where
          absorbtion is seen. [1]

          • NGC 5296 has smooth outline. [1]


      • Point where [A76] G1 and NGC 5296 are closest to each other has diminished
        brightness. If [A76] G1 would be behind NGC 5296, that point should have enhanced
        brightness. [1]
      • Based on surface brightness analysis, the silhouetting seems to be an illusion due
        to complex structure of NGC 5296. [3]


  • Notes

    • NGC 5296 is a companion to NGC 5297, and there’s luminous bridge between them. [1]
    • Radio observations don’t show anything special in NGC 5296 field. [2]

  • References









OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 5296 S0+: 0.00742
NGC 5297 SAB(s)c: sp 0.00804
NGC 5296 BSO1 QSO 0.96300
[A76] G1 peculiar 0.08630



NGC 7319







  • Association of CXOU J223603.6+335825 and NGC 7319

    • ULX/QSO (CXOU J223603.6+335825) seems to be in front of NGC 7319. [1]

      • ULX/QSO is in very dense part of the NGC 7319 disc. If it would be background
        object, we shouldn’t see it through the disc. [1]
      • ULX/QSO is not reddened. [1]

    • ULX/QSO seems to be interacting strongly with the interstellar gas in the disc of NGC
      7319. [1]
    • NGC 7319 has outflow in the direction of the ULX/QSO. [1]
    • NGC 7319 has luminous filament to the direction of the ULX/QSO. [1]

      • Filament is almost connected to the ULX/QSO. [1]
      • The filament is bluer than the body of the galaxy. [1]


  • Notes

    • NGC 7319 belongs to NGC 7331 DRS and NGC 7320 DRS.


  • References







OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7319 SB(s)bc pec Sy2 0.0225
CXOU J223603.6+335825 QSO 2.114000



NGC 7603















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7603 SA(rs)b: pec Sy1.5 0.02952
NGC 7603B Sy1 0.05574
NGC 7603:[LG2002] 2 ? 0.24300
NGC 7603:[LG2002] 3 ? 0.39100
? bridge 0.030 [2]



SBS 1543+593












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
SBS 1543+593 dwarf galaxy 0.00900
HS 1543+5921 QSO 0.80700

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2 Responses

  1. Thanks Ari. Interesting indeed. I seem to recall that your previous site included maps whereas the current site doe not do so (or at least I cannot see them). Regards Patrick Purcell

    On 15 December 2014 at 23:52, Anomalous Redshift Investigator wrote: > > Ari Jokimäki posted: “Note: This is part of my old website content > that I’m transferring here. M84 Association of [HB89] 1222+131 NED02 and > M84 [HB89] 1222+131 NED02 lies projected along a line-of-sight through the > halo of M84. [1] S”

  2. It’s actually other way around, my previous site didn’t have the maps, but my blog posts here do have them. As this post is just a transfer of the contents from my previous site, there are no maps for these (yet…)

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