NGC 3310 is a peculiar SAB(r)bc galaxy with giant Hii regions, star-burst nuclear activity, and evidence of a past merger. I present a variety of long-slit spectroscopic data covering both the nuclear region and the outer linear feature (the `arrow' in the poetic `bow-and-arrow' description of this galaxy). The spectral coverage includes several emission lines. The velocity field(s) and some line ratios derived from these data are discussed in the context of other work.
American Astronomical Society Meeting Abstracts
- Pub Date:
- December 1994