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17 August 2022
 
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DENIS detections of highly obscured galaxies in the area around PKS1343-601
Anja C. Schroeder ; Renee C. Kraan-Korteweg ; Gary A. Mamon ; Patrick A. Woudt ;
Date 1 Jul 2004
Subject astro-ph
AffiliationUniv. of Leicester, UK), Renee C. Kraan-Korteweg (Univ. of Guanajuato, Mx), Gary A. Mamon (IAP, Fr), Patrick A. Woudt (Univ. of Cape Town, ZA
AbstractWe present results of a search for galaxies around the highly obscured giant radio galaxy PKS1343-601 using the near-infrared DENIS survey. We compare our findings with surveys in the B-band, at the 21cm line emission, and with 2MASS. Recession velocities of galaxies in this area suggest a low-velocity-dispersion group or cluster of galaxies including an X-ray confirmed Seyfert 2. The colours of the galaxies have been used to examine the extinctions in this low-latitude area where IRAS/DIRBE estimates are unreliable. We find the true extinction to be roughly 15% lower than the IRAS/DIRBE extinctions.
Source arXiv, astro-ph/0407019
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