Near-infrared to Mid-infrared Observations of Galaxy Mergers: NGC 2782 and NGC 7727

@article{Onaka2018NearinfraredTM,
  title={Near-infrared to Mid-infrared Observations of Galaxy Mergers: NGC 2782 and NGC 7727},
  author={Takashi Onaka and Tomohiko Nakamura and Itsuki Sakon and Ronin Wu and Ryou Ohsawa and Hidehiro Kaneda and Vianney Lebouteiller and Thomas L. Roellig},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={853}
}
We present the results of near-infrared-to-mid-infrared (NIR-to-MIR) imaging and NIR spectroscopic observations of two galaxy mergers, NGC 2782 (Arp 215) and NGC 7727 (Arp 222), with the Infrared Camera on board AKARI. NGC 2782 shows extended MIR emission in the eastern side of the galaxy, which corresponds to the eastern tidal tail seen in the H i 21 cm map, while NGC 7727 shows extended MIR emission in the north of the galaxy, which is similar to the plumes seen in the residual image at the K… 
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