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A Survey and Related Observations of the Kiso Ultraviolet-Excess Galaxies

  • B. Takase (a1), H. Maehara (a1), T. Noguchi (a1) and N. Miyauchi-Isobe (a1)

Abstract

We have detected 3, 141 ultraviolet-excess galaxies in the sky area of some 1,500 square degrees by means of the UGR three-image photographs taken with the 105-cm Kiso Schmidt. For each of these galaxies which we call KUGs the morphological type and the degree of ultraviolet-excess are given in the catalogues. The frequency distribution for these characteristics of KUGs is shown in a form of histogram. The results of a spectroscopic study for the 57 selected KUGs are that 85% of the sample have emission-lines and most of them are situated in the domain of HII regions on the emission-line ratio diagram.

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A Survey and Related Observations of the Kiso Ultraviolet-Excess Galaxies

  • B. Takase (a1), H. Maehara (a1), T. Noguchi (a1) and N. Miyauchi-Isobe (a1)

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