Left panel: three-color, g, r, and i, composite SDSS image of NGC 6762. Foreground sources that have been disregarded in the subsequent spectral modeling and analysis are marked by crosses. Contours delineate an extremely faint spiral feature with a projected size of 31′′ × 9′′ disclosed by unsharp masking in the bulge of the galaxy. Right panel: SDSS color composite of NGC 5966 with contours from an unsharp masked image delineating a faint bar-like feature centered at the nucleus. North is up and east to the left in both images.
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