NGC 4254: a spiral galaxy entering the Virgo cluster

@article{Vollmer2005NGC4A,
  title={NGC 4254: a spiral galaxy entering the Virgo cluster},
  author={B. Vollmer and W. Huchtmeier and W. V. D. Cds and O. Strasbourg and France. and M. Radioastronomie and Bonn and H Germany and Gepi and O. Paris and S. Meudon},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2005},
  volume={439},
  pages={921-933}
}
Deep Effelsberg H spectra of the one-armed, bright Virgo cluster spiral galaxy NGC 4254 are presented. Five dif- ferent positions were observed in the 21 cm H line with the Effelsberg 100-m telescope: one in the center and 4 located one HPBW to the NE, NW, SW, and SE, respectively, from the galaxy center. The spectra are compared to existing deep VLA ob- servations, and the single dish and interferometric H data are used to constrain a dynamical model which includes the effects of ram… Expand
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