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Astron. Astrophys. 318, 405-415 (1997)

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Appendix: additional observational data

See Table 1.


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Table 1. Observational Data for 15 galaxies chosen from the Subsample 1 as well as 2 "N"-galaxies. They were observed in two further runs in October and December 1994 with the same setup as described in Paper I, using focal reducers at the Calar Alto 3.5m telescope and at the La Silla 2.2m telescope. Column 1: name, Cols. 2 and 3: 1950 coordinates, Col. 4: integral B magnitude, Col 5: integral R magnitude, Cols. 6 and 7: major and minor axis diameters, Cols. 8 and 9: heliocentric redshift and its error, Col. 10: the morphological type (see Paper I for explanation). A preceeding "N" in the name indicates galaxies nearby to the sample object with identical name, that could be observed together with one long slit setting.


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