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Table 1:

Summary of observations.
A. Source parameters
Name $\alpha$(J2000) $\delta$(J2000) d i $S_{\rm RC}$ $S_{\rm FIR}$
  (h m s) ($^\circ$ $^\prime$ $^{\prime \prime }$ ) (Mpc) ($^\circ$) (mJy) (Jy)
NGC 0628 01 36 41.7 +15 46 59 7.3 24 180 a 20.86 c
NGC 3627 11 20 15.0 +12 59 30 11.1 63 458 a 67.8 d
NGC 7331 22 37 04.1 +34 24 56 15.1 62 372 b 35.29 c

B. Observation details
Name IF Frequency Bandwidth Configuration Visibility HPBW rms Date
  Number MHz MHz   Number $\hbox{$^{\prime\prime}$ }\times \hbox{$^{\prime\prime}$ }$ mJy/beam  
NGC 0628 2 321.5-327.5 3.125 C 524446 65 $\times$ 57 2.3 01 Sep. 05
NGC 3627 2 329.1-323.1 6.250 B 662708 20 $\times$ 16.6 2 30 Oct. 07
NGC 7331 2 329.1-323.1 6.250 B 349475 17.5 $\times$ 15.5 1.1 03 Nov. 07
A. Coordinates, distances, inclinations from Helfer et al. (2003). Inclination is defined assuming $i=0\hbox{$^\circ$ }$ for face-on galaxies.
$S_{\rm RC} = 1.4$ GHz global flux taken from (a) Condon et al. (1990) and (b) Condon (1987).
$S_{\rm FIR} = 60$ $\mu $m flux taken from (c) Rice et al. (1990) and from (d) the IRAS Bright Galaxy Sample (Soifer et al. 1989).

B. VLA observational properties.


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