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Unfortunately there's only a single paired V and Ic observation of this
compact object, which itself lives in Abell Galaxy Cluster Abell 539,
but it looks certain to be a measure of this face on galaxy. The galaxy
itself, or possibly its pseudo-stellar nucleus, seems to be listed as a
GSC1 "non-star", GSC 0112 0718.
Interestingly there's only a 2" difference between the TASS and GSC
positions for this extended object (about 40" by 20" screen image
Can't find anything but a small overexposed DSS image even using NEDS.
TASS magnitudes seem in right area re identification, but NEDS data B
and Rc for this object.
Xray point source in 2RXP, thought possibly variable in xrays.
TASS data from collected.big on CD 23 :-
Temp No. Num_Obs RADEG DEDEG V Verr Ic Icerr
3979 1 79.2290 6.5530 13.63 0.17 12.68 0.07