Properties of the CALIFA prolate rotators.
|LSBCF560-04||E5/BCG||238||7.1 ± 0.6a||17.9||57 ± 5|
|NGC 0647||E7/in a group||184||3.7 ± 0.3a||8.7||72 ± 3|
|NGC 0810||E5/in a pair||110||2.12b||9.3||87 ± 2|
|NGC 2484||E4/BCG||192||5.0 ± 0.5 a||12.5||52 ± 4|
|NGC 4874||E0/BCG||102||2.8b||12.4||86 ± 5|
|NGC 5216||E0/in a pair||42||0.230b||4.1||66 ± 5|
|NGC 5485||E5/in a group||27||0.9b||4.1||80 ± 3|
|NGC 6173||E6/BCG||126||2.5b||30.5||80 ± 2|
|NGC 6338||E5/BCG||117||3.0b||17.0||36 ± 4|
|UGC 10695*||E5/in a group||120||2.7 ± 0.2a||15.7||87 ± 2|
Notes. Column 1: name. Column 2: Hubble type T, as in Walcher et al. (2014), and group membership G (NED/SIMBAD). Column 3: redshift-based distance in Mpc. Column 4: available stellar mass estimates, and Column 5: effective radius, determined by growth-curve analysis of SDSS images of each galaxy, as in Walcher et al. (2014). Column 6: global kinematic misalignment angle Ψ. Cosmological angular size distances are calculated by adopting H0 = 70 km s-1 Mpc-1, Ωm = 0.3, ΩΛ = 0.7.
from WISE photometry by Norris et al. (2016),
from CALIFA DR3, as in Walcher et al. (2014).
UGC 10695 is listed as a further candidate, showing evidence for prolate rotation.
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