Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Physics & Astronomy by Subject "Kinematics and dynamics"

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Physics & Astronomy by Subject "Kinematics and dynamics"

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  • Treuthardt, P.; Salo, H.; Rautiainen, P.; Buta, R. (American Astronomical Society, 2008-06-11)
    We present detailed numerical simulations of NGC 1433, an intermediate-type barred spiral showing strong morphological features including a secondary bar, nuclear ring, inner ring, outer pseudoring, and two striking, ...
  • Grouchy, R. D.; Buta, R.; Salo, H.; Laurikainen, E.; Speltincx, T. (American Astronomical Society, 2008-07-31)
    ESO 297-27, an intermediate-to-late-type spiral galaxy, exhibits a rare counter-winding spiral structure in which two sets of nonoverlapping arms open in opposite senses. We imaged ESO 297-27 along with 41 other galaxies ...
  • Buta, Ronald J.; Purcell, G. B.; Crocker, D. A. (American Astronomical Society, 1995-10)
    The southern galaxy ESO 565-11 is a very clear example of a nearly face- on ringed barred spiral where the bar axis and the major axis of the inner ring are significantly misaligned. The object is important because the ...
  • Grouchy, R. D.; Buta, R. J.; Salo, H.; Laurikainen, E. (American Astronomical Society, 2010-05-10)
    Nonbarred ringed galaxies are relatively normal galaxies showing bright rings of star formation in spite of lacking a strong bar. This morphology is interesting because it is generally accepted that a typical galactic disk ...
  • Buta, Ronald J.; Block, D. L.; Knapen, J. H. (American Astronomical Society, 2003-09)
    We describe a Fourier-based method of separating bars from spirals in near-infrared images. The method takes advantage of the fact that a bar is typically a feature with a relatively fixed position angle and uses the simple ...

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