NAME NGC 2300 Group , the SIMBAD biblio

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1982ApJ...257..423H viz 1 92 793 Groups of Galaxies. I. Nearby groups HUCHRA J.P. and GELLER M.J.
1989ApJS...69..763F viz 712 570 Spectroscopy and photometry of elliptical galaxies. VI. Sample selection and data summary. FABER S.M., WEGNER G., BURSTEIN D., et al.
1990AN....311....5B 327 0 Catalogue of non-Abell clusters of galaxies with published photometric data. BAIER F.W. and ZIENER R.
1992BAAS...24.1145M 71 T                   3 ~ Diffuse X-ray emission from the NGC 2300 group of galaxies : implications for dark matter and galaxy formation in small groups. MULCHAEY J.S., DAVIS D.S., MUSHOTZKY R.F., et al.
1993ApJ...404L...9M 78 T                   4 121 Diffuse X-ray emission from the NGC 2300 group of galaxies: implications for dark matter and galaxy evolution in small groups. MULCHAEY J.S., DAVIS D.S. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
1993ApJ...413L..81G 72 T                   5 22 Interaction of NGC 2276 with the NGC 2300 group : Fabry-Perot observations of the H-alpha velocity field. GRUENDL R.A., VOGEL S.N., DAVIS D.S., et al.
1994A&A...290...49G 22 17 Galaxies with a low gas content in the Coma I cloud of galaxies. GERIN M. and CASOLI F.
1996ApJ...460..601D 75 T                   3 34 Spectral and spatial analysis of the intragroup medium in the NGC 2300 group. DAVIS D.S., MULCHAEY J.S., MUSHOTZKY R.F., et al.
1997ApJ...488...35R 78 1 234 Iron as a tracer in galaxy clusters and groups. RENZINI A.
1997MNRAS.286..825A 26 1 78 Evolution of compact groups of galaxies. I. Merging rates. ATHANASSOULA E., MAKINO J. and BOSMA A.
1997ARA&A..35..357H 1 20 116 Compact groups of galaxies. HICKSON P.
1998A&A...330..423R viz 31 11 Testing the physical reality of binaries and compact groups. Properties of early-type galaxies in groups with diffuse X-ray emission. RAMPAZZO R., COVINO S., TRINCHIERI G., et al.
1998PASJ...50..187F 1 40 197 ASCA measurements of silicon and iron abundances in the intracluster medium. FUKAZAWA Y., MAKISHIMA K., TAMURA T., et al.
1998IAUS..188..327T 9 1 ASCA observation of groups of galaxies. TAWARA Y., SATO S., FURUZAWA A., et al.
1999A&A...343..420S 1 31 122 Morphology of the Virgo cluster: Gas versus galaxies. SCHINDLER S., BINGGELI B. and BOEHRINGER H.
1999ApJ...511...34D 1 17 54 The enrichment history of hot gas in poor galaxy groups. DAVIS D.S., MULCHAEY J.S. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
1999ApJ...520...78H 1 50 154 Observational tests of the mass-temperature relation for galaxy clusters. HORNER D.J., MUSHOTZKY R.F. and SCHARF C.A.
2000ApJ...538...65X 63 167 The LX-t, LX-σ, and σ-t relations for groups and clusters of galaxies. XUE Y.-J. and WU X.-P.
2000ARA&A..38..289M 4 14 173 X-ray properties of groups of galaxies. MULCHAEY J.S.
2003ApJ...598..250S 23 37 Chandra observations of the NGC 1550 galaxy group: implication for the temperature and entropy profiles of 1 keV galaxy groups. SUN M., FORMAN W., VIKHLININ A., et al.
2003ApJS..145...39M 206 148 An X-ray atlas of groups of galaxies. MULCHAEY J.S., DAVIS D.S., MUSHOTZKY R.F., et al.
2004A&A...416..441P 44 4 On the Lxv relation of groups of galaxies. PLIONIS M. and TOVMASSIAN H.M.
2004A&A...420..833X 9 19 An XMM-Newton study of the RGH 80 galaxy group. XUE Y.-J., BOEHRINGER H. and MATSUSHITA K.
2004ApJ...604..653D 9 26 XMM-Newton observations of an intermediate X-ray object in NGC 2276. DAVIS D.S. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
2004MNRAS.347..541C 138 7 Spatial distribution of galaxies in the Puppis region. CHAMARAUX P. and MASNOU J.-L.
2005ApJS..157...59L viz 840 92 Ultraluminous X-ray sources in nearby galaxies from ROSAT high resolution imager observations I. Data analysis. LIU J.-F. and BREGMAN J.N.
2006ApJ...646..143F 29 26 The two-dimensional XMM-Newton group survey: z < 0.012 groups. FINOGUENOV A., DAVIS D.S., ZIMER M., et al.
2006MNRAS.369..360S 284 25 HI content in galaxies in loose groups. SENGUPTA C. and BALASUBRAMANYAM R.
2006MNRAS.370..453R 2 14 56 Gas stripping in galaxy groups - the case of the starburst spiral NGC 2276. RASMUSSEN J., PONMAN T.J. and MULCHAEY J.S.
2007AJ....133.1104L viz 88 23 The effect of cluster environment on galaxy evolution in the Pegasus I cluster. LEVY L., ROSE J.A., VAN GORKOM J.H., et al.
2007MNRAS.378..137S 38           X         1 24 16 HI imaging of galaxies in X-ray bright groups. SENGUPTA C., BALASUBRAMANYAM R. and DWARAKANATH K.S.
2007ApJ...664..804M 21 9 X-ray constraints on Galaxy-Gas-Jet interactions in the dumbbell galaxies NGC 4782 and NGC 4783 in the LGG 316 galaxy group. MACHACEK M.E., KRAFT R.P., JONES C., et al.
2007MNRAS.380.1554R 543       D     X C F     13 32 82 Temperature and abundance profiles of hot gas in galaxy groups - I. Results and statistical analysis. RASMUSSEN J. and PONMAN T.J.
2007A&A...474..415C 38           X         1 22 18 Magnetic fields and gas in the cluster-influenced spiral galaxy NGC 4254. I. Radio and X-rays observations. CHYZY K.T., EHLE M. and BECK R.
2008ApJ...672L.103K 30 2 122 Strangulation in galaxy groups. KAWATA D. and MULCHAEY J.S.
2009A&A...495..379B viz 38           X         1 53 12 Galaxy evolution in Abell 85. I. Cluster substructure and environmental effects on the blue galaxy population. BRAVO-ALFARO H., CARETTA C.A., LOBO C., et al.
2009MNRAS.395.1287J 549       D     X   F     14 34 23 A statistical analysis of the two-dimensional XMM-Newton group survey: the impact of feedback on group properties. JOHNSON R., PONMAN T.J. and FINOGUENOV A.
2009MNRAS.399..239R 358       D     X   F     9 33 34 Temperature and abundance profiles of hot gas in galaxy groups - II. Implications for feedback and ICM enrichment. RASMUSSEN J. and PONMAN T.J.
2010AJ....139..765R 77           X         2 61 11 Star formation in partially gas-depleted spiral galaxies. ROSE J.A., ROBERTSON P., MINER J., et al.
2011MNRAS.410.1797S 93       D         F     5 68 77 Constraints on turbulent velocity broadening for a sample of clusters, groups and elliptical galaxies using XMM–Newton. SANDERS J.S., FABIAN A.C. and SMITH R.K.
2011MNRAS.413.2467J 93       D         F     2 30 15 Abundance profiles and cool cores in galaxy groups. JOHNSON R., FINOGUENOV A., PONMAN T.J., et al.
2011A&A...531A..44W 39           X         1 21 14 Hot gas in Mach cones around Virgo cluster spiral galaxies. WEZGOWIEC M., VOLLMER B., EHLE M., et al.
2012MNRAS.423.1154S 39           X         1 49 84 The most extreme ultraluminous X-ray sources: evidence for intermediate-mass black holes? SUTTON A.D., ROBERTS T.P., WALTON D.J., et al.
2012A&A...544A..99W 234       S   X         5 8 6 Tidal interaction vs. ram pressure stripping effects as seen in X-rays. Hot gas in group and cluster galaxies. WEZGOWIEC M., BOMANS D.J., EHLE M., et al.
2013ApJ...768...36D 40           X         1 22 45 Central stellar mass deficits in the bulges of local lenticular galaxies, and the connection with compact z ∼ 1.5 galaxies. DULLO B.T. and GRAHAM A.W.
2015MNRAS.448..781W 40           X         1 30 2 NGC 2276: a remarkable galaxy with a large number of ultraluminous X-ray sources. WOLTER A., ESPOSITO P., MAPELLI M., et al.
2015ApJS..218....6B viz 40           X         1 135 7 The Spitzer Interacting Galaxies Survey: a mid-infrared atlas of star formation. BRASSINGTON N.J., ZEZAS A., ASHBY M.L.N., et al.
2016ARep...60..894I 8 1 Analysis of the structure of disk galaxies in the NGC 2300 group. IL'INA M.A. and SIL'CHENKO O.K.
2017MNRAS.464.3169Y 181       D     X   F     4 80 9 Iron in galaxy groups and clusters: confronting galaxy evolution models with a newly homogenized data set. YATES R.M., THOMAS P.A. and HENRIQUES B.M.B.
2018ApJ...869L..38T 125           X         3 10 ~ Two orders of magnitude variation in the star formation efficiency across the premerger galaxy NGC 2276. TOMICIC N., HUGHES A., KRECKEL K., et al.
2019ApJ...887..155P 43           X         1 32 ~ GASP XXIII: a jellyfish galaxy as an astrophysical laboratory of the baryonic cycle. POGGIANTI B.M., IGNESTI A., GITTI M., et al.
2020MNRAS.496.2613B 453       D     X C       10 70 ~ LOFAR observations of X-ray cavity systems. BIRZAN L., RAFFERTY D.A., BRUGGEN M., et al.
2021A&A...652A.153R 90           X         2 72 ~ LoTSS jellyfish galaxies. II. Ram pressure stripping in groups versus clusters. ROBERTS I.D., VAN WEEREN R.J., McGEE S.L., et al.
2022ApJS..258...30G 47           X         1 97 ~ Very Large Array Radio Study of a Sample of Nearby X-Ray and Optically Bright Early-type Galaxies. GROSSOVA R., WERNER N., MASSARO F., et al.
2022ApJS..262...27B 205       D     X         5 21 ~ Ranking Theoretical Supernovae Explosion Models from Observations of the Intracluster Gas. BATALHA R.M., DUPKE R.A. and JIMENEZ-TEJA Y.

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