EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 582, October 2015
Article Number A18
Number of page(s) 37
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201526667
Published online 30 September 2015

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Appendix A: Comparison of the final models to the observed data cubes

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of NGC 973 (black and gray contours) and our final (B) model (green). Contour levels are −2.3, 2.3 (1.5σ) and 6.2 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy. The companion galaxy is indicated by arrows at 4531 and 4565 km s-1.

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of UGC 4277 (black and gray contours) and our final (B) model (green). Contour levels are −1.5, 1.5 (1.5σ) and 4.0 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy.

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of IC 2531 (black and gray contours) and our final (W) model (green). Contour levels are −1.6, 1.6 (1.5σ) and 6.5 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy.

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of NGC 4217 (black and gray contours) and our final (B) model of the main disk (green). Contour levels are −1.5, 1.5 (1.5σ) and 8.0 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy.

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of NGC 5529 (black and gray contours) and our final (W2R) model (green). Contour levels are −0.8, 0.8 (1.5σ) and 5.6 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy.

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Channel maps from the observed data cube of NGC 5907 (black and gray contours) and our final (WF3) model (green). Contour levels are −0.6, 0.6 (for better readability we take the lowest contour at 2σ instead of 1.5σ) and 6.4 mJy beam-1. The black cross indicates the centre of the galaxy.

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