The black hole in NGC 3379: a comparison of gas and stellar dynamical mass measurements with HST and integral‐field data★

@article{Shapiro2006TheBH,
  title={The black hole in NGC 3379: a comparison of gas and stellar dynamical mass measurements with HST and integral‐field data★},
  author={K. Shapiro and M. Cappellari and T. D. Zeeuw and R. McDermid and K. Gebhardt and R. V. D. Bosch and T. Statler},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2006},
  volume={370},
  pages={559-579}
}
We combine Hubble Space Telescope spectroscopy and ground-based integral-field data from the SAURON and OASIS instruments to study the central black hole in the nearby elliptical galaxy NGC 3379. From these data, we obtain kinematics of both the stars and the nuclear gaseous component. Axisymmetric three-integral models of the stellar kinematics find a black hole of mass 1.4 +2.6 -1.0 x 10 8 M ⊙ (3σ errors). These models also probe the velocity distribution in the immediate vicinity of the… Expand
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