# The SLUGGS survey: new evidence for a tidal interaction between the early type galaxies NGC 4365 and NGC 4342

@article{Blom2014TheSS,
title={The SLUGGS survey: new evidence for a tidal interaction between the early type galaxies NGC 4365 and NGC 4342},
author={Christina Blom and Duncan A. Forbes and Caroline Foster and Aaron J. Romanowsky and Jean P. Brodie},
journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
year={2014},
volume={439},
pages={2420-2431}
}
• Published 20 January 2014
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• Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
We present new imaging and spectral data for globular clusters (GCs) around NGC 4365 and NGC 4342. NGC 4342 is a compact, X-ray luminous S0 galaxy with an unusually massive central black hole. NGC 4365 is another atypical galaxy that dominates the W ' group of which NGC 4342 is a member. Using imaging from the MegaCam instrument on the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) we identify a stream of GCs between the two galaxies and extending beyond NGC 4342. The stream of GCs is spatially…
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