Shakhbazian compact galaxy groups - II. Photometric and spectroscopic study of ShCG 376

  title={Shakhbazian compact galaxy groups - II. Photometric and spectroscopic study of ShCG 376},
  author={Hrant M. Tovmassian and Heinz Tiersch and Vahram Chavushyan and Gaghik H. Tovmassian},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
The results of the redshift measurements and of the detailed surface photometry in BVR of the compact group ShCG 376 are presented. The radial velocity dispersion, the virial mass, the total luminosity, the ${\cal M}/L$ ratio, and the crossing time of the group are estimated. The group consists of eight accordant redshift spiral galaxies. Four (or possibly five) of the group members have emission-line spectra. Such morphological content and the number of emission-line galaxies are very atypical… 

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