Pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object

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3C 212













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
3C 212 FSRQ 1.048000
3C 212:[RS97] f galaxy 0.928400
3C 212:[RS97] g galaxy 1.053000



53W 003















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
53W 003 blue radio galaxy 0.05000
[KCW99] 02 QSO 2.38100
[KCW99] 04 QSO 2.39300
? quasar 1.09 [1]
? quasar 1.13 [1]



ARP 55













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 55 galaxy pair 0.03930
3C 219 BLRG Sy1.9 0.17440
3C 216 Opt.var. HPQ 0.67000



ARP 96















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 096 (=VV 248) galaxy pair
VV 248A Sc 0.01516
VV 248B E 0.01582
3C 61.1 NLRG 0.18781
3C 220.3 NLRG 0.68000



ARP 102















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 102 galaxy pair
ARP 102A Sb 0.02407
ARP 102B E0;sY1 0.02417
3C 352 radio galaxy 0.80670
3C 356 radio source, NLRG 1.07900



ARP 108














OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 108 galaxy pair
ARP 108 NED01 S0 0.066481
ARP 108 NED02 Sc? 0.051612
5 radio sources ? ?



ARP 109















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 109 (=VV 291) galaxy pair
VV 291A S? 0.03827
VV 291B E ?
3C 330 NLRG 0.55000
3C 309.1 Opt.var. AGN 0.90500



ARP 111







  • Association of 3C 293, 3C 294 and ARP 111

    • Rather poor pair alignment of 3C 293 and 3C294 across ARP 111. [1]

      • This association shouldn’t be accepted without further investigation. [1]


  • Notes

    • In [1] Arp says that 3C 294 coincides with bright F star, but in NED 3C 294 is listed as
      a galaxy.


  • References












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 111 (=VV 120) galaxy group
VV 120A Sc 0.02637
VV 120B part of VV 120A
VV 120C SB0-a Sbrst 0.02625
VV 120D ? ?
3C 293 S? LERG 0.04503
3C 294 NLRG 1.77900



ARP 117















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 117 galaxy pair
IC 0982 (ARP 117) SA0+ 0.01821
IC 0983 (ARP 117) SB(r)bc 0.01816
3C 300 E;radio galaxy 0.27000
3C 293.1 radio galaxy 0.70900



ARP 125
















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 125 galaxy pair
ARP 125 NED01 S pec 0.02859
ARP 125 NED02 S0 pec 0.02803
3C 337 radio galaxy 0.63500
3C 345 Opt.var. HPQ 0.59280
NGC 6166 cD;E NLRG 0.03035



ARP 130
















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 130 galaxy pair
ARP 130 NED01 E? 0.02118
ARP 130 NED02 SBc 0.01946
3C 9 ? 2.01200
3C 467 N galaxy 0.63200
5 radio sources ? ?



ARP 139 & ARP 196







  • Association of Coma A, 3C 287 and ARP 139 & ARP 196

    • Pair alignment of Coma A and 3C 287 across ARP 139 and ARP 196. [1]
    • ARP 139 seems to be ejecting material. [1]
    • ARP 196 seems to be ejecting material. [1]

  • Association of 3C 284 and ARP 139

    • 3C 284 is in a direction opposite of ejected material from ARP 139. [1]

  • References














OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 139 galaxy pair
ARP 139 NED01 E0 0.03752
ARP 139 NED02 S pec 0.03898
ARP 196 galaxy pair
ARP 196 NED01 ? 0.07343
ARP 196 NED02 ? ?
Coma A radio galaxy 0.08534
3C 287 radio source 1.05500
3C 284 NLRG 0.23940



ARP 141













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 141 galaxy pair 0.00904
3C 173.1 NLRG 0.29210
3C 184 Sc or Sd;Radio gal. 0.99400



ARP 142 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



ARP 143







  • Association of 3C 186, 3C 194 and ARP 143

    • Pair 1: Pair alignment of 3C 186 and 3C 194 across ARP 143. [1]

      • There is a segment of diffuse material emerging from ARP 143 closely to the
        direction of 3C 186. [1]


  • Association of 3C 183, NGC 2484 and ARP 143

    • Pair 2: Pair alignment of 3C 183 and NGC 2484 across ARP 143. [1]

      • There is chaotic material in ARP 143 on the opposite side of 3C 183. [1]


  • References












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 143 galaxy pair
NGC 2444 (ARP 143 NED01) S0 pec (Ring A) 0.01350
NGC 2445 (ARP 143 NED02) Im pec (Ring B) 0.01335
3C 186 ? 1.06300
3C 194 radio galaxy 1.18400
3C 183 ? ?
NGC 2484 S0 0.04284



ARP 145







  • Association of 3C 65, 3C 66 and ARP 145

    • Pair alignment of 3C 65 and 3C 66 across ARP 145. [1]

      • 3C 65 and 3C 66 have similar radio flux density. [1]
      • 3C 65 and 3C 66 are closer to each other than the average objects of this radio flux
        density. [1]
      • 3C 65 and 3C 66 have same sized radio diameter. [1]

    • ARP 145 has appearance of ejecting material. [1]
    • There is shred of luminous material close to ARP 145 and close to the alignment line. [1]

  • References








OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 145 peculiar elliptical galaxy 0.0182
3C 65 radio galaxy Sy 1.17600
3C 66 radio galaxy 0.0214



ARP 148
















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 148 galaxy pair 0.03452
ARP 148 NED01 ring ?
ARP 148 NED02 ? 0.035193
3C 247 NLRG 0.74890
3C 252 radio galaxy 1.10000
3C 254 ? 0.73400



ARP 149













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 149 galaxy group 0.02663
3C 275.1 Opt.var. 0.55510
? radio source ?



ARP 197

















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ARP 197 galaxy pair
ARP 197 NED01 SB(rs)dm pec 0.02049
ARP 197 NED02 ? ?
3C 263.1 NLRG 0.82400
NGC 3862 E LERG 0.02172
3C 256 radio galaxy 1.81900
3C 258 radio galaxy 0.16500



ARP 220 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



Arp-Hazard Triplet 1













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
[HB89] 1130+106 Opt.var. 0.54000
? quasar 1.61 [1]
[HB89] 1130+107 QSO 2.120000



Arp-Hazard Triplet 2













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
Q1 quasar 0.51 [1]
? quasar 1.72 [1]
? quasar 2.15 [1]



ESO 185-G054













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
ESO 185-G054 E2 0.01479
Abell 3667 galaxy cluster 0.05560
Abell 3651 galaxy cluster 0.05990



GDS J033228.88-274129.3













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
GDS J033228.88-274129.3 galaxy 0.733 [1]
GDS J033228.84-274132.7 quasar 4.800 [1]
GDS J033228.94-274128.2 quasar 4.882 [1]



IC 1767













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
IC 1767 (R’)SA(r)0/a: 0.01749
? quasar 0.62 [1]
? quasar 0.67 [1]



M49 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



M63













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
M63 SA(rs)bc HII/LINER 0.00168
3C 280.1 ? 1.65900
3C 285 NLRG 0.07940



M77

















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
M77 (R)SA(rs)b;Sy1 Sy2 0.00379
RX J0239.3-0001 AGN 0.26100
NGC 1068:[R97] 11 BSO ?
NGC 1068:[R97] 12 quasar 0.655000
1AXG J024325-0003 QSO ?
1AXG J024240+0022 BSO ?
? quasar 0.385 [2]



M82




























OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
M82 I0;Sbrst HII 0.00068
[HB89] 0952+698 quasar 2.04800
[HB89] 0953+698 NED01 quasar 2.05400
[HB89] 0953+698 NED02 quasar 2.04000
NGC 3031 U4 quasar 0.85 [4]
M82 No. 95 quasar 1.01 [4]
[VCV96] BOL 105 quasar 2.24000
M82 No. 69 quasar 0.93 [4]
M82 No. 22 quasar 0.96 [4]
[VCV96] BOL 75 quasar 0.74000
Abell 873 galaxy cluster 0.18200
Abell 910 galaxy cluster 0.20550
Dahlem 3 QSO? 0.190 [4]
Dahlem 4 QSO? 0.221 [4]
Dahlem 7 QSO 0.675 [4]
Dahlem 9 QSO? 0.111 [4]
Dahlem 12 QSO 0.626 [4]
Dahlem 17 QSO 1.086 [4]



M95













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
M95 SB(r)b;HII Sbrst 0.00260
? galaxy cluster 0.033 [1]
? galaxy cluster 0.036 [1]



M101 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



M106 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



MRK 0231












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
MRK 0231 SA(rs)c? pec Sy1 0.02176
? quasar 1.272 [1]



MRK 0273 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 55

















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 55 SB(s)m: sp 0.00584
Q1 quasar 2.72 [1]
Q2 quasar 2.76 [1]
Q3 quasar 2.83 [1]
Q4 quasar 2.85 [1]
Q5 quasar 2.85 [1]
Q6 quasar 2.86 [1]



NGC 214













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 214 SAB(r)c 0.01512
Abell 0104 galaxy cluster 0.08210
CRSS J0030.5+2618 galaxy cluster 0.50000



NGC 300


















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 300 SA(s)d 0.00048
Q1 quasar 2.53 [1]
Q2 quasar 2.85 [1]
Q3 quasar 2.020 [1]
Q4 quasar 2.070 [1]
Q5 quasar 2.073 [1]
Q6 quasar 2.058 [1]
? H-cloud ?



NGC 470


























OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 470 SA(rs)b HII 0.00792
[HB89] 0117+031 NED02 QSO 1.875000
[HB89] 0117+031 NED01 QSO 1.533000
3C 037 Opt.var. 0.67200
3C 039 Opt.var. 0.76500
? galaxy cluster 0.034 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.044 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.044 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.046 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.049 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.061 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.063 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.067 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.070 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.070 [3]
? galaxy cluster 0.079 [3]



NGC 613







  • Association of 11 quasars and NGC 613

    • 11 quasars near NGC 613. [1]
    • Quasars near NGC 613 show evidence of redshift quantization. [1]

  • Association of five (of the 11) quasars and NGC 613

    • Pair alignment of 2QZ J013356.8-292223 and 2QZ J013445.8-292842 across NGC 613. [1]

      • Redshifts of 2QZ J013356.8-292223 and 2QZ J013445.8-292842 are similar. [1]

    • There are four radio sources inside NGC 613, and they form a line that coincides
      with the alignment line of 2QZ J013356.8-292223 and 2QZ J013445.8-292842. [1]
    • 2QZ J0I3448.0-292015, 2QZ J013508.4-293023 and 2QZ J013345.0-291608 fall roughly
      to the alignment line. [1]
    • Pair alignment of 2QZ J013508.4-293023 and 2QZ J013345.0-291608 across NGC 613. [1]

      • Redshifts of 2QZ J013508.4-293023 and 2QZ J013345.0-291608 are similar. [1]


  • Association of a quasar, 4b 940216 and NGC 613

    • Pair alignment of z = 0.699 quasar and 4b 940216 across NGC 613. [1]

  • References


















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 613 SB(rs)bc Sy 0.00492
2QZ J013356.8-292223 quasar 2.222 [1]
2QZ J013445.8-292842 quasar 2.059 [1]
2QZ J013454.8-292523 quasar 2.062 [1]
2QZ J0I3448.0-292015 quasar 1.855 [1]
? quasar 1.69 [1]
? quasar 1.52 [1]
2QZ J013508.4-293023 quasar 1.482 [1]
2QZ J013345.0-291608 quasar 1.413 [1]
? quasar 1.23 [1]
? quasar 1.177 [1]
? quasar 0.699 [1]
4b 940216 GRB ?



NGC 936







  • Association of three quasars and NGC 936

    • Two quasars near NGC 936. [1]
    • Pair alignment of two quasars across NGC 936. [1]

      • Redshifts of the two quasars are similar (z = 2.18 and z = 2.04). [1]

    • There is a more distant quasar, PKS 0222-00, that is also aligned across NGC 936
      with the z = 2.04 quasar. [1]
    • The radio isophotes of NGC 936 are elongated along the alignment line of the two
      quasars. [1]
    • NGC 936 has jetlike X-ray feature that points roughly toward the z = 2.04 quasar. [1]

  • Notes

    • PKS 0222-00 is close to UGC 01839, which is also a suggested DRS, and there are
      some indications that PKS 0222-00 might belong to that system. [1]
    • NGC 936 has a companion galaxy, NGC 941, which is also a suggested DRS.


  • References









OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 936 SB(rs)0+ 0.00477
? quasar 2.18 [1]
PKS ? quasar 2.04 [1]
PKS 0222-00 quasar 0.68700



NGC 1365













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 1365 (R’)SBb(s)b Sy1.8 0.00546
? BL Lac 0.308 [1]
? X-ray source 0.904 [2]



NGC 2639













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 2639 (R)SA(r)a:? Sy1.9 0.01113
NGC 2639 No. 8 QSO 0.305 [3]
NGC 2639 No. 3 QSO 0.323 [3]



NGC 2916 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 2974



















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 2974 E4 Sy2 0.00691
VV 116 galaxy group 0.02230
VV 116a E1 0.02211
VV 116b SB(s)0/a pec 0.02166
VV 116c SB(rs)b pec sp HII 0.02137
VV 116d SAB(s:)a pec 0.02212
VV 116e SA(r:)0- pec 0.02282
2 radio sources ? ?
? peculiar galaxy 0.013 [2]



NGC 3227













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3227 SAB(s) pec Sy1.5 0.00386
? quasar 0.828 [1]
? blue galaxy ?



NGC 3303















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3303 (ARP 192) galaxy pair
NGC 3303 NED01 Sb 0.02010
NGC 3303 NED02 Sb 0.02060
? radio source ?
? radio source ?



NGC 3384







  • Association of UB 1, UB 4 and NGC 3384

    • Pair alignment of UB 1 and UB 4 across NGC 3384. [1]

  • Association of UB 2, UB 5 and NGC 3384

    • Pair alignment of UB 2 and UB 5 across NGC 3384. [1]

  • Association of quasars and NGC 3384

    • Four other quasars also roughly aligned across NGC 3384. [1]
    • Six of these eight quasars have similar redshifts. [1]
    • There is no excess of quasars near NGC 3384. [1]

  • References














OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3384 SB(s)0-: 0.00235
UB 1 quasar 1.111 [1]
UB 2 quasar 1.280 [1]
UB 4 quasar 1.107 [1]
UB 5 quasar 1.192 [1]
UB 8 quasar 1.134 [1]
UB 13 quasar 0.497 [1]
UB 14 quasar 0.520 [1]
UB 15 quasar 1.131 [1]



NGC 3628 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 3822













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3822 Sb Sy2 0.02047
Arp/Hazard 1146+1112 quasar group ?
? quasar group ?



NGC 3842














OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 3842 E 0.02107
? quasar 0.33 [1]
? quasar 0.95 [1]
? quasar 2.2 [2]



NGC 4151 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 4194







  • Association of 3C266, 3C277.1 and NGC 4194

    • Pair alignment of 3C266 and 3C277.1 across NGC 4194. [1]

  • Association of 3C277 and NGC 4194

    • 3C277 is also near NGC 4194. [1]
    • There is a fan of ejected material from NGC 4194. [1]
    • 3C277 is approximately on opposite side of the fan of ejected material. [1]

  • References









OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 4194 (ARP 160) IBm pec;BCG HII 0.00836
3C 266 NLRG 1.27500
3C 277.1 Sy1 0.32100
3C 277 radio galaxy 0.41400



NGC 4235 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 4319 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 5128 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 5223, NGC 5228 & NGC 5233















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 5223 E 0.02403
NGC 5228 S0- 0.02570
NGC 5233 Sab 0.02647
3C 286 DLAS 0.84900
3C 288 LERG 0.24600



NGC 5548
































OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 5548 (R’)SA(s)0/a Sy1.5 0.017175
2MASX J14183071+2510535 galaxy ?
[HB89] 1415+254 NED01 AGN1 0.560000
[HB89] 1416+254 quasar 0.674000
XBS J141809.1+250040 BSO AGN1 0.727000
[HB89] 1415+254 NED02 QSO 2.310000
[HB89] 1415+252 AGN 1.057000
[HB89] 1414+252 QSO 1.830000
[HB89] 1414+251 QSO 1.870000
[HB89] 1414+256 QSO 1.800000
[HB89] 1415+259 Opt.var. BLLAC 0.237000
HS 1417+2547 BAL 2.210000
KUV 14189+2552 AGN 1.050000
HS 1415+2701 QSO 2.500000
[HB89] 1408+269 QSO 2.300000
[HB89] 1408+262 QSO 2.100000
[HB89] 1408+266 QSO 1.900000
FBQS J1416+2649 QSO 2.303000
[A97] J141710.1+253429 BSO 0.852000
RX J1417.4+2553 BSO 0.184000
RX J1421.5+2408 Sy1 0.083700
PKS 1423+24 QSO 0.653023



NGC 5665












OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 5665 SAB(rs)c pec? HII 0.00743
2 radio sources ? ?



NGC 5683 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 5820













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 5820 (ARP 136) S0 0.01112
3C 319 radio galaxy 0.19200
3C 303 N galaxy BLRG 0.14100



NGC 5985 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 6217 also has a pair alignment of two high redshift objects across low redshift object



NGC 7410













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7410 SB(s)a;LINER Sy2 0.00584
? quasar 2.61 [1]
? quasar 2.61 [1]



NGC 7479











OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7479 ? 0.00794



NGC 7609















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7609 (=VV 020, ARP 150) galaxy pair
VV 020A E3 0.03962
VV 020B Sm 0.03857
? radio source ?
? radio source ?



NGC 7625













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
NGC 7625 SA(rs)a pec HII 0.00545
? galaxy cluster 0.040 [1]
? galaxy cluster 0.043 [1]



UGC 04551







  • Association of ten quasars and UGC 04551

    • Ten quasars around UGC 04551. [1]
    • There is an excess of quasars near UGC 04551. [1]

  • Association of U7, U10 and UGC 04551

    • Pair alignment of U7 and U10 across UGC 04551. [1]

      • They are same distance away from UGC 04551. [1]
      • They have almost exactly the same redshift. [1]


  • Association of QSO B0840+499D, U15 and UGC 04551

    • Pair alignment of QSO B0840+499D and U15 across UGC 04551. [1]

      • They have almost exactly the same redshift. [1]


  • Association of U8, U14 and UGC 04551

    • Rough pair alignment of U8 and U14 across UGC 04551. [1]

      • They have similar redshift. [1]


  • References
















OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
UGC 04551 S0? 0.00583
QSO B0840+4955 quasar 1.177 [1]
QSO B0840+499C quasar 1.105 [1]
QSO B0840+499D QSO 1.522 [1]
QSO B0840+499A quasar 0.78 [1]
U5 quasar 1.494 [1]
U7 quasar 0.303 [1]
U8 quasar 2.027 [1]
U10 quasar 0.305 [1]
U14 quasar 2.124 [1]
U15 quasar 1.525 [1]



Anonymous Galaxy













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
? galaxy ?
U1 quasar 0.571 [1]
U2 quasar 0.574 [1]



Anonymous Quasar













OBJECTTYPEREDSHIFT
? quasar 1.84 [1]
? quasar 0.55 [1]
? quasar 2.14 [1]

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