The NGC 404 Nucleus: Star Cluster and Possible Intermediate Mass Black Hole

@article{Seth2010TheN4,
  title={The NGC 404 Nucleus: Star Cluster and Possible Intermediate Mass Black Hole},
  author={A. Seth and M. Cappellari and N. Neumayer and N. Caldwell and N. Bastian and K. Olsen and R. Blum and V. Debattista and R. McDermid and T. Puzia and A. Stephens},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={714},
  pages={713-731}
}
We examine the nuclear morphology, kinematics, and stellar populations in nearby S0 galaxy NGC 404 using a combination of adaptive optics assisted near-IR integral-field spectroscopy, optical spectroscopy, and Hubble Space Telescope imaging. These observations enable study of the NGC 404 nucleus at a level of detail possible only in the nearest galaxies. The surface brightness profile suggests the presence of three components: a bulge, a nuclear star cluster (NSC), and a central light excess… Expand
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