Contains: NGC 1672
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NGC 1672

Technical card

Imaging camera: Hubble (HLA Data)

Software: PixInsight

Resolution: 5729x3964

Dates: Aug. 1, 2005

Frames: 16x611"

Integration: 2.7 hours

Avg. Moon age: 26.26 days

Avg. Moon phase: 11.61% job: 98371


NGC 1672 - Raw fits data obtained from Hubble Legacy Archive.

NGC 1672 is a barred spiral galaxy located in the constellation Dorado. It was originally thought to be a member of the Dorado Group, however, this membership was later rejected. NGC 1672 has a large bar which is estimated to measure around 20 kpc. It has very strong radio emissions emanating from its nucleus, bar, and the inner portion of the spiral arm region. The nucleus is Seyfert type 2 and is engulfed by a starburst region. The strongest polarized emissions come from the northeastern region which is upstream from its dust lanes. Magnetic field lines are at large angles with respect to the bar and turn smoothly to the center.



Steven Marx


NGC 1672, Steven Marx