Sternbild Draco (Drache)

Draco
Draco: IAU Sternbildkarte [150]

Eigenschaften

Draco ist mit 1083 Quadratgrad ein flächenmässig großes, wenn auch kompliziert geformtes Sternbild. Er erstreckt sich vom Bereich Cygnus/Lyra bis Ursa Maior und umschlingt Ursa Minor. Der Kopf des Drachen schaut auf Herkules weiter südlich herab. Das Zentrum des Sternbildes kulminiert jeweils etwa am 24. Mai um Mitternacht.

Nahe der Galaxie NGC 6554 und dem Cat's Eye Nebula NGC 6543 liegt der Nordpol der Ekliptik, den der Himmelsnordpol im Winkelabstand von 23° 27' im Laufe von 25'700 Jahren umkreist. Diese Bewegung wird durch die Präzession der Erdachse hervorgerufen. [9, 15]

Sterne mit Eigennamen:

  • α Dra: Thuban, Adib, Dragon's Tail
  • β Dra: Rastaban, Alwaid, Asuia, Rastaben
  • γ Dra: Etamin, Etanin, Ettanin, Rastaban, Rasaben, Zenith Star
  • δ Dra: Nodus Secundus, Altais, Aldib
  • ε Dra: Tyl
  • ζ Dra: Aldhibah, Eldsib
  • ι Dra: Ed Asich, Eldsich, Al Dhiba, Al Dhihi
  • λ Dra: Gianfar, Giansar, Gaiusar, Giauzar, Juza
  • μ Dra: Arrakis, Errakis, Al Rakis, El Rakis
  • ν2 Dra: Kuma
  • ξ Dra: Grumium, Genam, Nodus I
  • σ Dra: Alsafi, Athafi
  • ψ1 Dra: Dsiban, Dziban
Daten für das Sternbild Draco [150]
IAU NameDraco
IAU GenitivDraconis
IAU KürzelDra
Deutscher NameDrache
Saison (47° N)Februar … September
Rektaszension09h 22m 28s … 20h 54m 49s
Deklination+47° 32' 51" … +86° 27' 56"
Fläche1083 deg2
Nachbarn (N↻)UMi, Cam, UMa, Boo, Her, Lyr, Cyg, Cep

Deep-Sky Objektbeschreibungen

Mythologie und Geschichte

In vielen alten Sagen und Märchen tauchen Drachen auf, und so ist es kaum verwunderlich, ein solches Geschöpf auch am Himmel vorzufinden. Vielleicht handelt es sich um jenen Drache, den Herkules besiegen musste, um an die goldenen Äpfel der Hesperiden zu kommen, damit er sie Eurysteus bringen konnte. Diese Äpfel waren etwas besonderes: denn wer davon aß, erlangte ewige Jugend. Dieser wertvolle Apfelbaum wuchs im Westen, am Rande der Erde. Er wurde vom Riesen Atlas, dem Träger des Himmelsgewölbes, seinen Töchtern, den Hesperiden und einem fürchterlichen Drachen bewacht. Der Drache besass hundert Köpfe, vielerlei verschiedener Stimmen und schlief niemals.

Das heutige Abbild des Drachen am Himmel macht aber eher einen harmlosen Eindruck. Das hängt wohl damit zusammen, dass Thales von Milet um das Jahr 500 vor unserer Zeitrechnung dem Drachenbild die Flügel weggenommen hatte und daraus ein neues Sternbild formte: den Kleinen Bären (Ursa Minor).

Die griechische Bezeichnung Drakon wurde für dieses Sternbild verwendet, aber auch die lateinischen Ausdrücke Anguis, Coluber, Python und Serpens, die alle soviel wie Schlange oder Drache bedeuteten. Die Bezeichnung Custos Hesperidum erinnert an das Bewachen des Baumes mit den goldenen Äpfeln der Hesperiden. Anlässlich der Christianisierung des Sternenhimmels ist der Drache jedoch zur Alten Schlange verkümmert, die Eva im Paradies zum Sündenfall verführt hat. In Persien wurde dieses Sternbild Azhdeha genannt und man sah darin eine menschenfressende Schlange. Babylonische Urkunden sprechen von einer Schnecke, ein Sternbild, das sich in der Nähe des Polarsternes befinden soll; die sich schneckenartig windende Gestalt des Drachen erinnert an diese babylonische Sichtweise. Im frühen Ägypten hat man dieses Sternbild etwas anders gedeutet, man hat vom Nilpferd oder Flusspferd gesprochen oder hat es auch als Krokodil verstanden. Arabische Astronomen haben das Wort Drakon als Al Tinnin und als Al Thuban übersetzt. [7, 20]

Kataloge

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
4434λ111 31 24.2+69 19 523.84 M0IIICa-1
4461211 36 02.8+69 19 225.20 K0III
4504311 42 28.4+66 44 425.30 K3III
4765412 30 06.7+69 12 044.95 M3IIIa
4787κ512 33 29.0+69 47 183.87 B6IIIpe v
4795612 34 44.0+70 01 194.94 K3III*
4863712 47 34.4+66 47 255.43 gK5
4916812 55 28.5+65 26 195.24 F0V
4928912 59 55.1+66 35 505.32 K2III
52261013 51 25.9+64 43 244.65 M3.5III 7.790.2
5291α1114 04 23.3+64 22 333.65 A0III
5744ι1215 24 55.8+58 57 583.29 K2III 5.7254.6
5986θ1316 01 53.3+58 33 554.01 F8IV
6132η1416 23 59.5+61 30 512.74 G8-IIIab 4.8564.9
61611516 27 59.0+68 46 055.00 A0III
61841616 36 11.5+52 54 015.53 B9.5Vn 0.090.3
61851716 36 13.7+52 55 285.08 B9V 0.090.3
61861716 36 14.1+52 55 276.53 A1Vnn 0.090.3
62231816 40 55.1+64 35 214.83 K0III*
63151916 56 01.7+65 08 054.89 F6V v
63192016 56 25.2+65 02 216.41 F1-3V 0.21.0
6369μ2117 05 19.8+54 28 135.83 H F7V 0.12.0
6370μ2117 05 19.7+54 28 135.80 H F7V 0.12.0
6396ζ2217 08 47.2+65 42 533.17 B6III
6536β2317 30 26.0+52 18 052.79 G2Ib-IIa 8.94.2
6554ν12417 32 10.6+55 11 034.88 A6V 0.062.3
6555ν22517 32 16.0+55 10 234.87 A4m v0.062.3
65662717 31 57.9+68 08 065.05 K0III 6.2163.4
65732617 34 59.5+61 52 305.23 G0Va 2.80.6
6596ω2817 36 57.1+68 45 294.80 F5V 8.372.3
6636ψ13117 41 56.3+72 08 564.58 F5IV-V 1.230.2
6637ψ13117 41 58.0+72 09 255.79 G0V 1.230.2
66563017 49 04.3+50 46 525.02 A2V 0.1
6688ξ3217 53 31.7+56 52 223.75 K2-III 11.1316.
67013517 49 27.0+76 57 465.04 F6IV-V s
6705γ3317 56 36.4+51 29 202.23 K5III v8.4140.1
6725ψ23417 55 11.2+72 00 185.45 F2-3II-III
68094018 00 03.4+80 00 036.04 F7 0.419.3
68104118 00 09.2+80 00 155.68 F7 0.419.3
68503618 13 53.8+64 23 505.03 F5V
68653718 15 17.0+68 45 215.95 gK1
6920φ4318 20 45.5+71 20 164.22 A0pSi: 1.70.2
69233918 23 54.5+58 48 024.98 A1V 2.83.8
6927χ4418 21 03.4+72 43 583.57 F7V 2. 0.1
69454218 25 59.1+65 33 494.82 K1.5IIIFe-0.5
69784518 32 34.5+57 02 444.77 F7Ib
70494618 42 37.9+55 32 225.04 B9.5pHg: 5.6146.8
71245018 46 22.2+75 26 025.35 A1Vn
7125ο4718 51 12.1+59 23 184.66 G9IIIFe-0.5 3.434.6
71754818 56 45.0+57 48 545.66 K1III
7180υ5218 54 23.9+71 17 504.82 K0IIIBa0.2
72184919 00 43.4+55 39 305.48 G5.5IIbFe-0.5
72515119 04 55.2+53 23 485.38 A0Vn
72905519 09 45.8+65 58 436.25 A0V
72955319 11 40.5+56 51 335.12 G8III
73095419 13 55.2+57 42 184.99 K2III
7310δ5719 12 33.3+67 39 423.07 G9III 9.288.1
73125919 09 09.8+76 33 385.13 A9V
7352τ6019 15 33.0+73 21 204.45 K2+IIIbCN1Fe1
7371π5819 20 40.1+65 42 534.59 A2III s
7462σ6119 32 21.6+69 39 404.68 K0V 315.6
7582ε6319 48 10.4+70 16 043.83 G7IIIbCN-2 3.23.2
76766420 01 28.5+64 49 165.27 M1III-IIIb 193.8
76826520 02 20.3+64 38 046.57 R gG7 2.196.8
7685ρ6720 02 49.1+67 52 254.51 K3III 8.6124.
76866919 59 36.6+76 28 536.20 M3III
77016620 05 32.8+61 59 445.39 K3III
77276820 11 34.9+62 04 435.75 F5V 9.493.
77927120 19 36.7+62 15 275.72 B9V
78797320 31 30.4+74 57 175.20 A0pSrCrEu v
79017520 28 14.6+81 25 225.46 G9III 1.3197.7
79087420 29 27.5+81 05 295.96 K0III+F8V 3.2209.0
80027620 42 35.2+82 31 525.75 A0V

Revised+Historic NGC/IC, Version 22/9, © Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke [277]
Planetarische Nebel
NameRADecTypbMagvMagDimDreyer BeschreibungIdentifikation, Anmerkungen
NGC 654317 58 33.4+66 38 01PN8.88.10.33planetary, vB, pS, sbMvSNPK 96+29.1, 7ZW 759, CS=11.4, Cat eye nebula
NGC 674218 59 19.8+48 27 59PN15.013.40.55vF, stellarPK 78+18.1, Abell 50, CS=19.4
IC 467717 58 15.7+66 38 02PN15.71.1 × 0.7vF, S, IV. 37 f 16s.5MCG 11-22-17, VV 121, part of N 6543
Galaxien
NameRADecTypbMagvMagDimDreyer BeschreibungIdentifikation, Anmerkungen
NGC 290809 43 31.2+79 42 05S14.213.30.8 × 0.8eF, vSUGC 5152, MCG 13-7-34, CGCG 350-29, IRAS 09375+7955
NGC 293809 38 24.7+76 19 09SBc14.213.51.8 × 1eF, S, iF, D * f 3'UGC 5115, MCG 13-7-32, CGCG 350-27
NGC 2957 A09 47 15.3+72 59 12E115.814.80.3 × 0.2eF, * 13 nrMCG 12-10-1, MK 121, NPM1G +73.0057
NGC 2957 B09 47 17.9+72 59 02E615.714.70.7 × 0.3eF, * 13 nrMCG 12-10-2, CGCG 332-64, CGCG 333-2
NGC 296309 47 49.8+72 57 52SBab14.313.51.2 × 0.6vF, vS, R, bMUGC 5222, MCG 12-10-3, MK 122, IRAS 09431+7311, CGCG 333-3, CGCG 332-65
NGC 297709 43 46.5+74 51 38Sb13.312.51.8 × 0.8cB, pL, iF (place doubtful)UGC 5175, MCG 13-7-35, CGCG 350-30, KARA 393, IRAS 09388+7505
NGC 305710 05 39.5+80 17 07SBdm13.513.02.2 × 1.3eF, pL, vlbM, 2 S st sUGC 5404, MCG 14-5-10, DDO 67, CGCG 364-15, IRAS 09596+8032
NGC 306109 56 11.9+75 51 59SBc13.712.81.7 × 1.5vF, pL, rUGC 5319, MCG 13-7-40, CGCG 350-36, KARA 382, IRAS 09513+7606
NGC 314710 16 53.2+73 24 01Sbc11.410.63.9 × 3.5vB, L, R, vgvsvmbMUGC 5532, MCG 12-10-25, CGCG 333-22, IRAS 10126+7339
NGC 317410 15 32.1+74 13 14SBa/P14.413.41.2 × 0.7eF, S, stellar, S * f nr [Place??]NGC 3144, UGC 5519, MCG 12-10-23, CGCG 333-20, CGCG 351-11
NGC 319410 17 39.7+74 20 52S?13.812.91 × 0.5vF, vS, [Place ??]NGC 3155, UGC 5538, MCG 12-10-26, CGCG 351-12, IRAS 10133+7436
NGC 319710 14 27.3+77 49 13Sbc14.313.51.3 × 1vF, vS, [Place ??]UGC 5500, MCG 13-8-9, CGCG 351-10, CGCG 350-45
NGC 321210 28 16.4+79 49 26SBb14.013.21.5 × 1.1vF, S, 2nd of 3UGC 5643, MCG 13-8-21, CGCG 350-54, IRAS 10232+8004, KCPG 237A, VV 319, Arp 181, CGCG 351-23, NPM1G +80.0059
NGC 321510 28 40.8+79 48 45Sbc13.913.11.1 × 1vF, S, 3rd of 3UGC 5659, MCG 13-8-22, CGCG 351-24, Arp 181, VV 319, KCPG 237B, CGCG 350-55
NGC 321810 21 48.6+74 10 38SBbc12.611.92.3 × 1.4cB, cL, er [Place ??]NGC 3183, UGC 5582, MCG 12-10-28, IRAS 10176+7425, CGCG 333-23, CGCG 351-18
NGC 325210 34 22.3+73 45 50SBd14.113.51.9 × 0.6eF, pS, mE, rUGC 5732, MCG 12-10-49, CGCG 333-39, IRAS 10303+7401, near SAO 7161
NGC 334310 46 10.3+73 21 12E314.413.41.3 × 0.9pF, S, R, gbMUGC 5863, MCG 12-10-73, CGCG 333-51
NGC 339710 44 39.0+76 48 35Sb13.012.21.9 × 1.1cB, vS, iF [Place ??]NGC 3329, UGC 5837, MCG 13-8-33, CGCG 351-34, IRAS 10405+7704
NGC 340310 53 54.3+73 41 24Sbc13.012.23 × 1.3pF, L, iE, vgbMUGC 5997, MCG 12-10-89, CGCG 333-62, IRAS 10502+7357, KARA 449, CGCG 334-4
NGC 346510 59 31.3+75 11 30Sab14.313.51.2 × 1eF, pL, R, vglbM, ** nfUGC 6056, MCG 13-8-48, CGCG 351-50, IRAS 10557+7527
NGC 350011 01 51.3+75 12 04Sab14.313.51.3 × 0.6vF, eF, D neb, v near (?? Place)UGC 6090, MCG 13-8-52, CGCG 351-52, IRAS 10582+7528
NGC 352311 03 06.7+75 06 57Sbc13.712.91.3 × 1.3F, pL, lbM (place doubtful)UGC 6105, MCG 13-8-53, CGCG 351-54, IRAS 10594+7523
NGC 356211 12 58.4+72 52 45E213.212.21.7 × 1.3pF, pS, lE, gbM, * 15, 22°, 70"UGC 6242, MCG 12-11-11, CGCG 334-13
NGC 368211 27 41.3+66 35 27S0-a13.312.51.7 × 1.1cB, S, iR, spmbMNUGC 6459, MCG 11-14-27, CGCG 314-29, KARA 481, IRAS 11247+6651
NGC 373511 35 57.1+70 32 08Sc12.611.94 × 0.8pB, L, mE 130°, mbMUGC 6567, MCG 12-11-36, CGCG 334-42, IRAS 11330+7048
NGC 373611 35 41.7+73 27 09S?15.414.51.1 × 0.7vF, vS, RUGC 6560, MCG 12-11-35, CGCG 334-41, KARA 488, NPM1G +73.0073
NGC 374711 32 31.2+74 22 44S?15.815.00.7 × 0.3eF, S, place doubtfulIRAS 11294+7439, double system?
NGC 375211 32 32.3+74 37 43Sab13.712.91.7 × 0.7pB, pLUGC 6515, MCG 13-8-64, CGCG 351-63, KARA 484, IRAS 11293+7454
NGC 387911 46 49.6+69 23 00Sd13.613.02.7 × 0.5F, pL, mE 105° ± (d'A not found)UGC 6752, MCG 12-11-40, CGCG 334-51, IRAS 11441+6939
NGC 389011 49 19.5+74 18 07Sc14.013.30.9 × 0.9vF, S, R, bMNGC 3939, UGC 6788, MCG 13-9-3, CGCG 352-8, IRAS 11465+7434
NGC 396111 54 57.5+69 19 47SBa14.413.51.3 × 1.3eF, vSUGC 6885, CGCG 334-55
NGC 403412 01 29.6+69 19 26Sc14.213.51.7 × 1.2eF, S, iF, gvlbMUGC 7006, MCG 12-11-44, CGCG 335-2, CGCG 334-58
NGC 410812 06 44.3+67 09 48Sc13.012.31.7 × 1.4B, S, R, gbMUGC 7101, MCG 11-15-23, CGCG 315-15, IRAS 12042+6726
NGC 4108 A12 05 49.7+67 15 09SBbc14.613.81.4 × 0.5B, S, R, gbMUGC 7088, MCG 11-15-21, CGCG 315-13
NGC 4108 B12 07 11.6+67 14 08SBd/P14.313.71.3 × 1.1B, S, R, gbMUGC 7106, MCG 11-15-25, CGCG 315-16, 7ZW 439, IRAS 12046+6730
NGC 412012 08 31.4+69 32 40Scd14.213.51.7 × 0.4eF, vS, EUGC 7121, MCG 12-12-1, CGCG 335-4, IRAS 12060+6949
NGC 412112 07 56.5+65 06 52E014.513.50.4 × 0.4F, vS, lE, rMCG 11-15-26, CGCG 315-18, NPM1G +65.0080
NGC 412512 08 05.5+65 10 28E6/P10.79.75.8 × 3.2pB, pL, cE, mbM (Auw 28)UGC 7118, MCG 11-15-27, CGCG 315-19, IRAS 12055+6527
NGC 412812 08 32.2+68 46 05S012.912.02.4 × 0.9cB, lE, bMUGC 7120, MCG 12-12-2A, CGCG 335-3
NGC 4128 A12 08 14.3+68 47 09S016.015.00.4 × 0.3cB, lE, bMNPM1G +69.0097
NGC 413312 08 49.3+74 54 16SBb13.112.31.8 × 1.3pB, cL, R, gmbMUGC 7127, MCG 13-9-13, CGCG 352-20, IRAS 12063+7510
NGC 415912 10 53.3+76 07 35Sbc14.313.51.3 × 0.5eF, pS, R, Δ 2 stUGC 7174, MCG 13-9-15, CGCG 352-22, IRAS 12085+7624
NGC 420512 14 55.3+63 46 56S?13.913.01.7 × 0.6pB, pS, R, * 12 f, lnUGC 7258, MCG 11-15-38, CGCG 315-27, IRAS 12125+6403
NGC 421012 15 15.8+65 59 10SBb13.312.52 × 1.6pF, pS, R, vgbMUGC 7264, MCG 11-15-39, CGCG 315-28, IRAS 12128+6615
NGC 422112 16 00.0+66 13 53SB0-a13.412.52.2 × 1.7pB, S, R, psbMUGC 7288, MCG 11-15-40, CGCG 315-29
NGC 4236 112 16 43.3+69 27 49SBdm10.19.621.9 × 7.2vF, eL, mE 160° ±, vgbMUGC 7306, MCG 12-12-4, CGCG 335-8, KARA 523, IRAS 12140+6947
NGC 4236 212 16 43.5+69 27 36Irr15.715.10.5 × 0.3vF, eL, mE 160° ±, vgbM7ZW 446
NGC 423812 16 56.0+63 24 38Scd14.313.61.8 × 0.5vF, pS, iR, vglbMUGC 7308, MCG 11-15-41, CGCG 315-31, IRAS 12145+6341
NGC 425012 17 25.9+70 48 10SB0-a12.711.82.7 × 2.1pB, S, R, pgbMUGC 7329, MCG 12-12-5, CGCG 335-9, 7ZW 447, IRAS 12150+7105
NGC 425612 18 42.8+65 53 54Sb12.711.94.5 × 0.8pB, L, cE 38°, bMBNUGC 7351, MCG 11-15-45, CGCG 315-32, IRAS 12163+6610
NGC 429112 20 17.3+75 22 16E212.411.52 × 1.7pB, vS, R, lbM, 3 st fUGC 7397, MCG 13-9-24, CGCG 352-28
NGC 431912 21 43.9+75 19 21SBab12.812.02.8 × 2.1pB, pS, vlE, sbMNGC 4345, UGC 7429, MCG 13-9-25, CGCG 352-29, IRAS 12195+7535
NGC 433112 22 35.7+76 10 07Im14.614.02.2 × 0.4eF, E 0° ±UGC 7449, MCG 13-9-26, CGCG 352-31, 7ZW 451
NGC 433212 22 46.7+65 50 39SBa13.112.22.1 × 1.5pF, S, vlE, vgbMUGC 7453, MCG 11-15-48, CGCG 315-33, IRAS 12204+6607
NGC 436312 23 28.6+74 57 07Sb14.313.51.4 × 1.4eF, pL, iFCGCG 352-32
NGC 438612 24 27.7+75 31 46SB012.711.72.5 × 1.3pB, cL, lE, psmbMUGC 7491, MCG 13-9-27, CGCG 352-33
NGC 439112 25 18.9+64 56 01E-S013.712.71.1 × 1.1cF, S, R, sbM, *** spUGC 7511, MCG 11-15-53, CGCG 315-37, 7ZW 454
NGC 444112 27 20.2+64 48 08SB0-a13.412.73.2 × 2.5pB, S, iR, bMUGC 7572, MCG 11-15-56, CGCG 315-39, IRAS 12250+6504
NGC 448112 29 48.6+64 02 00S15.014.20.7 × 0.3pF, vS, R, * 13 attMCG 11-15-57, CGCG 315-40
NGC 451012 31 47.2+64 14 02E414.013.01.5 × 0.9Cl, vS, st F, mCUGC 7679, MCG 11-15-58, CGCG 315-41
NGC 451312 32 01.6+66 19 59S014.013.01.4 × 0.8F, R (? vS Cl)UGC 7683, MCG 11-15-59, CGCG 315-42
NGC 452112 32 47.6+63 56 22S0-a13.112.22.5 × 0.6pB, S, pmE, pgbM, * 10 p 12sNGC 4512, UGC 7706, MCG 11-15-61, CGCG 315-46, KCPG 345B
NGC 454512 34 34.1+63 31 29SBc13.012.32.5 × 1.5F, L, iR, vgbM, S * nfUGC 7747, MCG 11-15-64, CGCG 315-47, IRAS 12323+6348
NGC 457212 35 45.5+74 14 46S14.914.01.5 × 0.3eF, SUGC 7775, MCG 12-12-12, CGCG 352-37
NGC 458912 37 24.6+74 11 31E211.710.73.4 × 2.8cB, L, lE, pgmbMUGC 7797, MCG 12-12-13, CGCG 352-38, CGCG 335-17
NGC 464812 41 44.4+74 25 20E313.012.01.8 × 1.2pB, cS, R, gbM, ** pUGC 7868, MCG 13-9-29, CGCG 352-39, KAZ 31
NGC 469312 47 09.0+71 10 34Scd14.113.42.4 × 0.5vF, plEUGC 7962, MCG 12-12-18, CGCG 335-23, IRAS 12452+7126
NGC 474912 51 12.2+71 38 06Sb14.313.51.7 × 0.3vF, cL, E 135° ±UGC 8006, MCG 12-12-20, CGCG 335-26, IRAS 12493+7154
NGC 475012 50 06.5+72 52 28Sa/P12.111.22.1 × 1.9pB, L, R, vg, vsbMUGC 7994, MCG 12-12-19, CGCG 335-25, IRAS 12483+7308
NGC 485712 57 18.1+70 12 11SBb14.613.81.3 × 0.6eF, vS, iR, vlbMUGC 8077, MCG 12-12-22, CGCG 335-29, IRAS 12554+7028
NGC 497213 02 19.3+75 24 17S014.213.20.8 × 0.6vF, S, iR, bMNGC 4954, UGC 8157, MCG 13-9-44, CGCG 353-8, IRAS 13009+7540, KAZ 248, CGCG 352-53
NGC 528313 41 05.7+67 40 23S014.213.21.1 × 1F, S, stellUGC 8672, MCG 11-17-7, MK 270, CGCG 317-6, NPM1G +67.0098
NGC 541313 57 53.5+64 54 41E214.813.81.1 × 0.9pF, pS, R, pslbM, * 7 p 37sUGC 8901, MCG 11-17-12, CGCG 317-12, NPM1G +65.0100, near SAO 16234
NGC 566714 30 22.7+59 28 13SBc13.212.51.7 × 1.1pB, pS, E 0°UGC 9344, MCG 10-21-4, CGCG 296-8, IRAS 14289+5941
NGC 567814 32 05.5+57 55 23SBb12.111.33.3 × 1.4B, L, lE 0°, vgmbMUGC 9358, MCG 10-21-5, CGCG 296-9, KARA 634, IRAS 14306+5808
NGC 577714 51 17.8+58 58 40Sb14.113.33.1 × 0.4vF, vS, lEUGC 9568, MCG 10-21-34, CGCG 296-18, FGC 1822, IRAS 14499+5910
NGC 577914 52 09.4+55 54 00S15.614.80.4 × 0.4vF, pS, lE, lbMMCG 9-24-48, CGCG 273-31, NPM1G +56.0187
NGC 580714 55 48.4+63 54 14C14.913.90.5 × 0.5vF, vS, rMCG 11-18-16, MK 832, CGCG 318-9
NGC 582615 06 33.7+55 28 45S015.414.41.2 × 0.9vF, pL, ENGC 5870, UGC 9725, MCG 9-25-16, CGCG 274-17, IRAS 15053+5540
NGC 586215 06 03.2+55 34 28C15.814.80.5 × 0.5eF, pS, R, v difficCGCG 274-15, NPM1G +55.0221
NGC 586615 06 29.4+55 45 49S0-a10.79.96.5 × 3.1vB, cL, pmE 146°, gbMM 102, UGC 9723, MCG 9-25-17, CGCG 274-16, IRAS 15051+5557
NGC 5866 A15 05 16.1+55 49 39E016.515.50.5 × 0.5vB, cL, pmE 146°, gbMKeeler 690
NGC 5866 B15 12 07.2+55 47 07SBd15.214.62.7 × 1.9vB, cL, pmE 146°, gbMUGC 9769, MCG 9-25-34, CGCG 274-33, KUG 1510+559
NGC 586715 06 24.3+55 43 54C16.515.50.2 × 0.2eF, vS, stellar
NGC 587915 09 46.8+57 00 02Sbc12.211.64.2 × 1.3cB, S, E, mbMRN, rUGC 9753, MCG 10-22-1, CGCG 297-4, IRAS 15084+5711
NGC 588115 06 20.6+62 58 50S?14.313.40.8 × 0.7pF, cS, R, vgbMIC 1100, UGC 9729, MCG 11-18-25, CGCG 318-14, IRAS 15053+6310
NGC 589415 11 40.9+59 48 31Scd13.412.83 × 0.4pF, pS, E 0° ±UGC 9768, MCG 10-22-4, CGCG 297-6, IRAS 15105+5959
NGC 590515 15 23.3+55 31 04SBb12.511.74 × 2.6pF, pS, iRUGC 9797, MCG 9-25-38, CGCG 274-36, IRAS 15140+5541
NGC 590715 15 53.8+56 19 49Sc11.110.312.6 × 1.4cB, vL, vmE 155°, vg, psbMNUGC 9801, MCG 9-25-40, IRAS 15146+5629, CGCG 274-38, CGCG 297-10, FGC 1875
NGC 590815 16 43.1+55 24 34Sb12.811.83.3 × 1.4pF, pS, RUGC 9805, MCG 9-25-41, CGCG 274-39, IRAS 15153+5535
NGC 594915 28 00.7+64 45 47Sbc12.812.02.2 × 1F, S, lE 45° ±, vglbMUGC 9866, MCG 11-19-8, CGCG 319-16, KARA 682, IRAS 15273+6456
NGC 596315 33 27.8+56 33 36Sc13.112.53.3 × 2.6pF, pS, iFUGC 9906, MCG 9-25-58, CGCG 297-15, KCPG 469A, IRAS 15322+5643
NGC 5965 115 34 02.0+56 41 08Sb12.611.75.2 × 0.7cF, cL, lEUGC 9914, MCG 10-22-20, CGCG 297-16, IRAS 15328+5651, FGC 1918, KCPG 469B
NGC 5965 215 33 53.4+56 41 28S16.115.30.3 × 0.2cF, cL, lENPM1G +56.0202
NGC 596915 34 50.9+56 27 05E-S015.414.40.5 × 0.3eS, R, stellarMCG 9-25-59, CGCG 297-18, NPM1G +56.0204
NGC 597115 35 36.9+56 27 43Sa14.713.81.6 × 0.6eeF, vS, R, lbMUGC 9929, MCG 9-26-2, CGCG 297-19
NGC 597615 36 47.8+59 23 54S015.814.80.8 × 0.4eeF, S, RMCG 10-22-25, CGCG 297-22
NGC 5976 A15 36 07.2+59 34 00SBab15.414.61 × 1eeF, S, RUGC 9934, MCG 10-22-23, CGCG 297-20
NGC 598115 37 53.4+59 23 29Sc13.913.02.7 × 0.3F, mEUGC 9948, MCG 10-22-27, CGCG 297-23, IRAS 15368+5933
NGC 598215 38 40.0+59 21 22E312.011.12.6 × 1.9cB, S, R, psbM, rUGC 9961, MCG 10-22-29, CGCG 297-24
NGC 598515 39 37.1+59 19 55SBb11.911.15.5 × 3pB, cL, iE, rUGC 9969, MCG 10-22-30, CGCG 297-25, IRAS 15385+5929
NGC 598715 39 56.9+58 04 47Sb12.711.74.2 × 1.3pF, cSUGC 9971, MCG 10-22-32, CGCG 297-26, IRAS 15387+5814
NGC 598915 41 32.4+59 45 18Sc13.813.10.9 × 0.9vF, vSUGC 9985, MCG 10-22-34, CGCG 297-28, IRAS 15405+5954
NGC 601515 51 25.4+62 18 31Sc11.711.15.4 × 2.1vF, pL, R, vgbM (d'A: B, mE)UGC 10075, MCG 10-23-3, CGCG 298-3, IRAS 15506+6227, CGCG 319-28, KARA 710
NGC 601915 52 09.1+64 50 27E015.714.70.4 × 0.4eeF, S, R, v difficCGCG 319-31
NGC 602415 53 07.8+64 55 06S15.014.20.7 × 0.6pF, pS, R, bM, * closeMCG 11-19-26, CGCG 319-32
NGC 607916 04 28.7+69 39 58E313.712.71.4 × 1vF, vSIC 1200, UGC 10206, MCG 12-15-50, CGCG 338-43
NGC 6088 A16 10 42.4+57 27 58Sbc16.015.20.7 × 0.3vF, vS, lEMCG 10-23-29, CGCG 298-13, KCPG 485B
NGC 6088 B16 10 44.1+57 27 43E-S015.815.00.7 × 0.3vF, vS, lEMCG 10-23-30, CGCG 298-13, KCPG 485A
NGC 609016 11 40.7+52 27 28Sab14.513.72.4 × 1vF, S, RUGC 10267, MCG 9-26-64, MK 496, IRAS 16104+5235, CGCG 275-29, CGCG 276-2, VV 626, KCPG 486B, 1ZW 135
NGC 609516 11 11.0+61 16 05E-S013.612.61.8 × 1.6eF, pS, R, in line with 2 stUGC 10265, MCG 10-23-33, CGCG 298-14
NGC 611116 14 22.7+63 15 41E?15.014.00.7 × 0.6vF, pS, lE, D * nr sMCG 11-20-7, CGCG 320-14
NGC 612316 17 19.6+61 56 21S0-a14.613.70.8 × 0.3pF, vS, E, * nrUGC 10333, MCG 10-23-60, CGCG 298-28, KARA 734, KAZ 67
NGC 612516 19 11.2+57 59 05E013.012.01.4 × 1.4pF, pS, lENGC 6127, NGC 6128, UGC 10345, CGCG 298-29, 1ZW 142, MCG 10-23-65
NGC 613016 19 33.5+57 36 54SBbc14.313.51 × 0.7pF, pL, R, B * nr pUGC 10347, MCG 10-23-66, CGCG 298-30, IRAS 16185+5743
NGC 613516 14 24.9+64 59 00S15.014.20.9 × 0.3vF, vS, mE, 2 st nrMCG 11-20-8, CGCG 320-15
NGC 613616 20 59.4+55 58 13Sc15.514.80.9 × 0.3eeF, S, R, v difficMCG 9-27-19, CGCG 276-10
NGC 614016 20 57.0+65 23 24SBc/P11.811.36.3 × 4.6cF, pL, iRUGC 10359, MCG 11-20-12, CGCG 320-25, IRAS 16206+6530
NGC 614316 21 42.3+55 05 11SBbc13.913.11 × 0.9pB, iR, vgvlbMUGC 10358, MCG 9-27-24, CGCG 276-11, IRAS 16205+5512
NGC 615716 25 48.3+55 21 40E-S015.514.50.6 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, v difficMCG 9-27-39, CGCG 276-18, NPM1G +55.0256
NGC 617016 27 36.4+59 33 47E-S014.813.80.7 × 0.6eeF, vS, R, v difficNGC 6176, MCG 10-23-76, CGCG 298-38, NPM1G +59.0187
NGC 618216 29 33.9+55 31 04Sa14.413.51.4 × 0.4vF, vS, iRUGC 10424, MCG 9-27-48, CGCG 276-24
NGC 618716 31 36.6+57 42 26S15.214.40.4 × 0.3vF, vS, lbMMCG 10-23-79, CGCG 298-42, CGCG 299-2, NPM1G +57.0211
NGC 618916 31 40.7+59 37 36SBc13.412.71.9 × 0.9vF, pS, lENGC 6191, UGC 10442, MCG 10-23-81, IRAS 16307+5944, CGCG 299-3, CGCG 298-43
NGC 619016 32 06.4+58 26 21Sc13.312.61.4 × 1.3vF, pS, R, F * nrUGC 10443, MCG 10-23-82, CGCG 298-44, CGCG 299-4, IRAS 16312+5832
NGC 619816 35 30.6+57 29 14E314.613.61 × 0.7vF, vS, R, 2 st fUGC 10467, MCG 10-24-3, CGCG 299-7, NPM1G +57.0212
NGC 620616 40 07.9+58 37 02S014.613.60.7 × 0.7pF, eS, R, stell, 3 vF st nrIC 1227, UGC 10506, MCG 10-24-18, CGCG 299-9, KAZ 78
NGC 621116 41 27.6+57 47 02SB013.612.61.6 × 1.2vF, pS, R, sp of 2UGC 10516, MCG 10-24-27, CGCG 299-14, KAZ 82, 7ZW 655
NGC 621316 41 37.3+57 48 54Sa15.614.70.7 × 0.3eF, vS, R, nf of 2MCG 10-24-30, CGCG 299-17
NGC 621416 39 31.8+66 02 23Sbc14.313.51 × 0.8eF, vS, RUGC 10507, MCG 11-20-24, CGCG 320-36, IRAS 16393+6608
NGC 622316 43 04.2+61 34 43E-S012.711.73.5 × 2.6F, S, R, mbMUGC 10527, MCG 10-24-40, CGCG 299-21, 7ZW 657
NGC 622616 43 23.2+61 59 01S/P14.013.10.8 × 0.4F, S, Δ with 2 st 12 & 14NGC 6202, UGC 10532, MCG 10-23-43, CGCG 299-22
NGC 623216 43 19.9+70 37 57SBa13.412.51.5 × 1.5pF, pL, lEUGC 10537, MCG 12-16-7, CGCG 339-16, KAZ 87
NGC 623616 44 34.3+70 46 48SBc12.611.92.9 × 1.6F, pLUGC 10546, MCG 12-16-8, CGCG 339-19, KAZ 88, IRAS 16450+7052
NGC 623816 47 15.9+62 08 51Sc/P14.413.70.6 × 0.4eeF, eS, eF * close, v difficUGC 10563, MCG 10-24-57, CGCG 299-31, IRAS 16467+6213, KAZ 92, double system
NGC 624416 48 03.9+62 12 02SBa14.413.51.6 × 0.3vF, vS, R, bet 2 st, nf of 2UGC 10568, MCG 10-24-59, CGCG 299-32, KAZ 96, IRAS 16475+6217
NGC 624616 49 53.0+55 32 34SBb14.413.61.5 × 0.6eF, S, RUGC 10580, MCG 9-27-98, CGCG 277-5, CGCG 276-48, IRAS 16488+5537
NGC 6246 A16 50 14.0+55 23 05SBc/P14.313.62 × 2eF, S, RUGC 10584, MCG 9-27-101, CGCG 276-50, CGCG 277-7, IRAS 16492+5528
NGC 624716 48 19.4+62 58 38P13.912.91 × 0.3F, pS, iFUGC 10572, CGCG 320-44, KAZ 98, IRAS 16478+6303
NGC 624816 46 22.3+70 21 22SBcd13.813.13.1 × 1.2eeF, pL, R, v difficUGC 10564, MCG 12-16-9, CGCG 339-20, KAZ 95
NGC 625816 52 29.7+60 30 52E214.413.40.9 × 0.7eF, vS, R, B * and D * pUGC 10595, MCG 10-24-73, CGCG 299-35
NGC 626016 51 50.3+63 42 53Sc14.613.90.8 × 0.8eF, pS, R, sev st nr sfMCG 11-20-29, CGCG 320-46, KAZ 434
NGC 626216 58 42.9+57 05 57S014.713.70.6 × 0.4eeF, pS, R, v difficMCG 10-24-80, CGCG 299-39, IRAS 16578+5710
NGC 627516 55 33.6+63 14 34C/P15.314.30.4 × 0.3eeF, S, lE, v difficMK 503, MK 890, CGCG 321-7, CGCG 320-54, 7ZW 667
NGC 628516 58 23.9+58 57 21S0-a14.413.51.2 × 0.7eeF, S, R, v diffic, np of 2MCG 10-24-81, CGCG 299-37, Arp 293, KAZ 111
NGC 628616 58 31.6+58 56 15Sb/P14.113.31.3 × 1.2eF, pS, RUGC 10647, MCG 10-24-84, CGCG 299-40, IRAS 16577+5900, PRC C-51, Arp 293
NGC 628816 57 24.3+68 27 27E-S015.514.50.8 × 0.4eF, vS, R, sp of 2MCG 11-21-6, CGCG 320-55, CGCG 321-8, NPM1G +68.0154
NGC 628916 57 44.9+68 30 51E-S014.813.80.8 × 0.6eF, pL, mE, nf of 2MCG 11-21-7, CGCG 320-56, CGCG 321-9
NGC 629017 00 56.4+58 58 15SBa14.513.51.1 × 1eF, pS, R, * close fUGC 10665, MCG 10-24-88, CGCG 299-43, ARAK 513
NGC 629117 00 56.0+58 56 16SBb14.814.00.7 × 0.4eeF, eS, RMCG 10-24-86, CGCG 299-42
NGC 629217 03 03.5+61 02 38Sbc14.313.51.6 × 0.8eF, E, v diffic, F st nrUGC 10684, MCG 10-24-93, CGCG 299-47, IRAS 17024+6106
NGC 629517 03 15.3+60 20 16S15.714.80.9 × 0.4eF, S, mE, F * nrUGC 10682, MCG 10-24-92, IRAS 17025+6024
NGC 629717 03 36.4+62 01 34S014.613.60.7 × 0.5pB, pS, R, bet 2 st, p of 2NGC 6298, UGC 10690, CGCG 299-50, NPM1G +62.0208
NGC 629917 05 04.3+62 27 30E015.114.10.6 × 0.6vF, vS, RMCG 10-24-97, CGCG 299-51, NPM1G +62.0209
NGC 630317 05 02.8+68 49 40E414.713.71.3 × 0.8eF, pL, mE, nearly bet 2 stUGC 10711, MCG 12-16-17, CGCG 321-13
NGC 630617 07 36.9+60 43 45SBab/P14.413.71 × 0.3vF, vS, lEUGC 10724, MCG 10-24-98, CGCG 299-53, IRAS 17069+6047, KAZ 5, KCPG 504A
NGC 630717 07 40.4+60 45 02SB0-a13.812.91.3 × 1vF, vS, lE, * 13 nr nUGC 10727, MCG 10-24-99, CGCG 299-54, KCPG 504B
NGC 631017 07 57.3+60 59 25Sb13.913.11.9 × 0.4F, pL, lEUGC 10730, MCG 10-24-100, CGCG 299-55, IRAS 17073+6103
NGC 631717 08 59.3+62 53 53Sc16.115.11.2 × 0.4eeF, S, R, F * nr, sp of 2MCG 11-21-9
NGC 631917 09 44.1+62 58 23E-S014.413.40.8 × 0.8vF, vS, R, lbM, nf of 2UGC 10744, MCG 11-21-10, CGCG 321-15, IRAS 17092+6302
NGC 633817 15 22.6+57 24 41S013.412.31.5 × 1F, S, R, vglbMUGC 10784, MCG 10-24-116, CGCG 299-66
NGC 634017 10 23.9+72 18 17S0-a11.911.03 × 2.8cF, pL, R, vgmbMUGC 10762, MCG 12-16-23, CGCG 339-31
NGC 634517 15 23.9+57 21 02S015.414.40.8 × 0.2eeF, vS, R, 2nd of 3MCG 10-24-115, CGCG 299-65
NGC 634617 15 24.3+57 19 23E215.614.60.5 × 0.4eeF, S, R, 3rd of 3MCG 10-24-114, CGCG 299-64
NGC 635817 18 52.8+52 36 57S14.814.00.9 × 0.4eF, S, R, D * nr npUGC 10810, MCG 9-28-33, CGCG 277-34
NGC 635917 17 53.0+61 46 51E-S013.612.61.3 × 0.9pB, S, R, bMN = * 12UGC 10804, MCG 10-25-1, CGCG 299-72, CGCG 300-5
NGC 636117 18 40.9+60 36 29Sb13.913.12.2 × 0.6vF, pS, mE, nearly bet 2 stUGC 10815, MCG 10-25-4, CGCG 300-9, Arp 124, IRAS 17180+6039
NGC 636517 22 43.5+62 10 24Sd14.814.21.1 × 0.2eeF, pL, iR, eF st inv, * sfUGC 10833, MCG 10-25-18, KCPG 511B, IRAS 17222+6212, CGCG 300-20, VV 232, Arp 30
NGC 6365 A17 22 44.0+62 09 57SBc14.613.91.1 × 1eeF, pL, iR, eF st inv, * sfUGC 10832, MCG 10-25-19, CGCG 300-20, KCPG 511A, Arp 30, VV 232
NGC 637017 23 25.1+56 58 30E013.912.91.4 × 1.4vF, vS, R, B * nr nUGC 10836, MCG 10-25-20, CGCG 300-21, near SAO 30366
NGC 637317 24 08.0+58 59 43SBc14.313.61.3 × 1eeF, pL, v difficUGC 10850, MCG 10-25-23, CGCG 300-22
NGC 637617 25 19.2+58 49 02Sc15.514.80.5 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, v difficUGC 10855, MCG 10-25-25, CGCG 300-24, KCPG 516A, KAZ 135, 7ZW 712, KUG 1724+588
NGC 637717 25 23.0+58 49 22Sbc15.714.90.7 × 0.3eF, eS, R, lbMUGC 10855, MCG 10-25-26, CGCG 300-24, KCPG 516B, KAZ 136, 7ZW 712
NGC 638117 27 16.9+60 00 50Sc13.713.01.3 × 1vF, pL, EUGC 10871, MCG 10-25-38, CGCG 300-34, IRAS 17266+6003, KCPG 518B, KAZ 460, KUG 1726+600B
NGC 638217 27 55.2+56 52 08E14.814.00.9 × 0.7pF, pS, RMCG 9-29-1, CGCG 277-44
NGC 638517 28 01.5+57 31 19SBa14.013.11.3 × 1.3eF, S, R, B * sUGC 10877, MCG 10-25-44, CGCG 300-35
NGC 638617 28 51.7+52 43 26Sbc15.014.21 × 1vF, pS, R, bet 2 stMCG 9-29-4, CGCG 277-45, CGCG 278-2, NPM1G +52.0282
NGC 638717 28 23.9+57 32 45C16.315.70.3 × 0.2eF, S, RCGCG 300-37, 1ZW 189, IRAS 17275+5735, HII
NGC 639017 28 28.1+60 05 40Sbc14.613.81.6 × 0.4eeF, mE, v difficUGC 10881, MCG 10-25-47, CGCG 300-40, KAZ 141
NGC 639117 28 49.0+58 51 03E-S015.514.50.9 × 0.7eF, vS, R, nearly bet 2 stMCG 10-25-49, CGCG 300-41
NGC 639317 30 08.5+59 31 55S?16.515.70.3 × 0.3eF, pS, R, s of 2MCG 10-25-54, KUG 1729+595
NGC 639417 30 21.3+59 38 24SBb15.314.51.4 × 0.4eF, pS, R, n of 2UGC 10889, MCG 10-25-55, CGCG 300-45, IRAS 17296+5940, near SAO 30431
NGC 639517 26 31.0+71 05 50Sc/P13.012.32.4 × 0.7vF, pL, lE, D * nUGC 10876, MCG 12-16-39, CGCG 339-44, IRAS 17272+7108
NGC 639917 31 50.4+59 36 56S0-a14.613.71.1 × 0.6eF, vS, RUGC 10896, MCG 10-25-59, CGCG 300-47
NGC 640917 36 35.3+50 45 59S14.813.80.8 × 0.6vF, S, RCGCG 253-20
NGC 641117 35 32.6+60 48 47E412.811.92 × 1.3vS, gbMUGC 10916, MCG 10-25-68, CGCG 300-52
NGC 641217 29 36.9+75 42 17SBc12.311.82.5 × 2.4globular, cL, R, vgbM, rrUGC 10897, MCG 13-12-26, CGCG 355-34, CGCG 356-4, VV 444, Arp 38, KARA 813, KAZ 146, IRAS 17313+7544
NGC 641417 30 36.7+74 22 36S15.514.71 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, v diffic, bet 2 stUGC 10906, MCG 12-16-41, CGCG 340-5, CGCG 339-47, NPM1G +74.0144
NGC 641817 38 09.4+58 42 55S?15.314.40.5 × 0.4eF, pS, RMCG 10-25-74, CGCG 300-54, KAZ 149
NGC 641917 36 05.6+68 09 21Sa15.714.81.3 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, v difficUGC 10924, MCG 11-21-12, CGCG 321-24
NGC 642017 36 16.2+68 03 09E-S015.414.40.6 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, v difficMCG 11-21-13, CGCG 321-25
NGC 642217 36 29.8+68 03 30E-S015.814.80.6 × 0.6eF, pS, R, nearly bet 2 stMCG 11-21-15, CGCG 321-26
NGC 642317 36 53.2+68 10 16C15.714.70.6 × 0.5eeF, vS, R, * close fMCG 11-21-16, CGCG 321-27, ARAK 524
NGC 642417 36 12.0+69 59 22E-S015.114.10.9 × 0.6vF, pS, RUGC 10932, MCG 12-17-1, CGCG 340-11, NPM1G +70.0177
NGC 643417 36 48.8+72 05 18SBbc13.212.42.3 × 1vF, vS, R, stellar, * 8 sUGC 10934, MCG 12-17-2, CGCG 339-53, CGCG 340-13, IRAS 17376+7207
NGC 643517 40 11.1+62 38 31C14.913.91.1 × 0.6eeF, vS, R, vF D * nr fUGC 10947, MCG 10-25-80, CGCG 300-58
NGC 643617 41 13.2+60 26 59Sc14.714.01.4 × 0.8eeF, pS, lE, *** nrUGC 10951, MCG 10-25-82, CGCG 300-60
NGC 644917 43 46.6+56 48 15Sc14.513.81 × 0.8vF, pS, RUGC 10965, MCG 9-29-20, CGCG 278-20, IRAS 17429+5649
NGC 645417 44 56.5+55 42 16E14.413.61 × 0.8vF, pS, R, lbMMCG 9-29-26, CGCG 278-24
NGC 645617 42 31.7+67 35 32E315.814.80.8 × 0.6eeF, eS, R, v diffic, bet 2 stCGCG 322-4, CGCG 321-34
NGC 645717 42 52.7+66 28 34E-S015.214.21.2 × 0.9F, vS, R, bMUGC 10964, MCG 11-21-21, CGCG 321-35, CGCG 322-5
NGC 645917 45 47.1+55 46 37S?15.614.70.8 × 0.4eF, eS, R, rCGCG 278-25, MCG 9-29-29
NGC 646117 39 56.6+74 02 02Sab15.915.10.8 × 0.4eF, pS, R, 5 st nrUGC 10954, MCG 12-17-4, CGCG 330-55, CGCG 340-17
NGC 646217 44 48.7+61 54 38E?14.913.90.4 × 0.4F, eS, R, planetary ?MCG 10-25-85, CGCG 300-63, ARAK 529, IRAS 17443+6155, KARA 829, 7ZW 740
NGC 646317 43 34.2+67 36 15E-S015.114.10.6 × 0.6eeF, S, R, v diffic, 2nd of 6MCG 11-21-22, CGCG 321-37, CGCG 322-7, NPM1G +67.0152
NGC 646417 45 47.6+60 53 51Sc15.514.80.6 × 0.6eeF, pS, R, s of 4 stMCG 10-25-87, CGCG 300-65, KAZ 160, KUG 1745+609, IRAS 17452+6054
NGC 646617 48 08.0+51 23 58S14.914.10.5 × 0.3eF, vS, R, bet 2 stCGCG 278-30
NGC 647017 44 14.7+67 37 09Sc14.914.21.3 × 0.2eeF, vS, R, v diffic, 3rd of 6UGC 10974, MCG 11-21-25, CGCG 321-39
NGC 6471 117 44 12.6+67 35 34Sc15.414.71.4 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, * nr, 4th of 6UGC 10973, MCG 11-21-23, CGCG 321-38, CGCG 322-9
NGC 6471 217 44 17.8+67 35 27Scd16.015.30.3 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, * nr, 4th of 6UGC 10973, MCG 11-21-24, CGCG 321-38, CGCG 322-9, KAZ 159
NGC 647217 44 03.0+67 37 49S15.815.00.3 × 0.2eeF, eS, R, v diffic, 5th of 6NPM1G +67.0154
NGC 647417 47 05.5+57 18 05Sbc15.314.50.9 × 0.5eF, pS, R, n of 3, 3 st nrUGC 10989, MCG 10-25-92, CGCG 300-68, IRAS 17462+5718
NGC 647717 44 29.7+67 36 39S016.315.30.4 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, v diffic, * nr
NGC 647817 48 38.3+51 09 24Sc14.113.40.9 × 0.7pB, S, vmE, spindleUGC 10998, MCG 9-29-32, CGCG 278-33, IRAS 17474+5110
NGC 647917 48 21.7+54 08 59Sc14.413.71 × 0.9eF, pS, R, 3 st nUGC 10996, CGCG 278-32, IRAS 17473+5409
NGC 648817 49 20.8+62 13 24C15.514.50.7 × 0.5pF, pS, EMCG 10-25-98, CGCG 300-76, ARAK 533, NPM1G +62.0221
NGC 648917 50 01.3+60 05 33E-S016.315.30.4 × 0.3eeF, pL, lE, bet 2 stMCG 10-25-99, CGCG 300-79, KAZ 166
NGC 649117 50 00.6+61 31 55Sab14.413.61.2 × 0.5pF, eS, vF * att, np of 2NGC 6493A, UGC 11008, MCG 10-25-103, IRAS 17494+6132, CGCG 300-80, *arc sp 1'
NGC 649317 50 22.5+61 33 34SBcd15.114.41.1 × 1.1F, eS, R, planetary ?, F * v nr, sf of 2UGC 11011, MCG 10-25-105, CGCG 300-84
NGC 649717 51 17.8+59 28 16SBb14.313.51.4 × 0.7eF, pS, lE, * close n, np of 2NGC 6498, UGC 11020, MCG 10-25-109, CGCG 300-87, IRAS 17506+5929
NGC 650317 49 27.5+70 08 37Sc10.910.27 × 2.5pF, L, mE, * 9 f 4' (Auw 37)UGC 11012, MCG 12-17-9, CGCG 340-19, KARA 837, IRAS 17499+7009
NGC 650517 51 07.3+65 31 53E-S015.414.41.1 × 1eeF, vS, RUGC 11026, MCG 11-22-7, CGCG 322-18, NPM1G +65.0159
NGC 650817 49 46.3+72 01 18E013.812.81.3 × 1.3vF, S, 3 st nrUGC 11023, MCG 12-17-10, CGCG 340-21, NPM1G +72.0174
NGC 651117 54 39.2+60 49 02SBc14.413.71 × 0.6F, pL, bM (? = last one)NGC 6510, UGC 11051, MCG 10-25-114, CGCG 300-92, IRAS 17540+6049, KAZ 172, KUG 1754+608
NGC 651217 54 50.2+62 38 44E-S014.913.90.5 × 0.4vF, R, 1st of 3MCG 10-25-115, CGCG 300-93, NPM1G +62.0226
NGC 651517 57 25.3+50 43 39E414.013.01.6 × 1vF, vS, R, 2 B st nrUGC 11071, MCG 8-33-3, CGCG 254-4
NGC 651617 55 16.6+62 40 10S15.614.80.5 × 0.2vF, vS, 2nd of 3MCG 10-25-118, CGCG 300-94, CGCG 301-1
NGC 652117 55 48.3+62 36 42E214.012.91.6 × 1.3F, pL, 3rd of 3UGC 11061, MCG 10-25-119, CGCG 301-2, CGCG 300-95
NGC 6521 A17 56 34.8+62 37 01Sc15.715.00.7 × 0.2F, pL, 3rd of 3MCG 10-25-121, CGCG 300-98, CGCG 301-4
NGC 653217 59 13.8+56 13 55Sc14.613.91.8 × 0.9eeF, pS, RUGC 11085, MCG 9-29-45, CGCG 278-42, IRAS 17583+5613
NGC 653417 54 52.5+64 24 07C15.714.70.7eeF, pS, RNPM1G +64.0174
NGC 653617 57 16.3+64 56 16SBb14.213.41.2 × 1.1vF, pL, RUGC 11077, MCG 11-22-16, CGCG 322-25, KUG 1757+649, IRAS 17571+6456
NGC 653817 54 17.1+73 25 27S14.213.31 × 0.5eF, vS, lE, bet 2 eF stUGC 11062, MCG 12-17-12, CGCG 340-25, IRAS 17554+7325
NGC 654217 59 39.0+61 21 32S0-a14.213.31.3 × 0.4eF, S, mE, 2 st spUGC 11092, MCG 10-25-126, CGCG 300-103, IRAS 17591+6121, CGCG 301-9, KAZ 177, KUG 1759+613
NGC 655218 00 07.0+66 36 55SBbc14.513.71 × 0.7F, pS, iRUGC 11096, MCG 11-22-18, CGCG 322-26, KUG 1800+666, IRAS 18001+6638
NGC 656218 05 00.8+56 15 49C14.913.90.7 × 0.7F, pS, R, bM, bet 2 stMCG 9-29-51, CGCG 279-1, CGCG 278-46, NPM1G +56.0262
NGC 656618 07 00.7+52 15 38E?15.514.50.6 × 0.6eF, vS, R, * 16 nrMCG 9-30-1, CGCG 279-2, KARA 845
NGC 659218 09 50.6+61 25 21E-S015.414.40.5 × 0.4vF, vS, RMCG 10-26-18, CGCG 301-16, 7ZW 771, NPM1G +61.0211
NGC 659418 10 05.6+61 08 01S15.314.51 × 0.7vF, vS, RMCG 10-26-19, CGCG 301-17, IRAS 18095+6107
NGC 659718 11 13.4+61 10 52E?15.814.80.8 × 0.4vF, vS, R, B * nrMCG 10-26-20, CGCG 301-18, NPM1G +61.0212
NGC 659818 08 55.7+69 04 07S/P14.213.31.5 × 1.1eF, pS, RUGC 11139, MCG 12-17-18, CGCG 340-37, KAZ 187
NGC 660118 11 44.2+61 27 11E-S015.714.70.5 × 0.3eF, pS, RMCG 10-26-22, CGCG 301-19
NGC 660718 12 14.9+61 20 00Sb16.115.30.5 × 0.5eF, pS, R, v difficMCG 10-26-23, CGCG 301-20
NGC 660818 12 29.2+61 17 55Scd15.815.11 × 0.1vF, eS, R, vF * nrMCG 10-26-24, FGC 2194
NGC 660918 12 33.6+61 19 56S?15.314.50.7 × 0.7vF, pS, lE, F * nrMCG 10-26-25, CGCG 301-21, 7ZW 773, KAZ 190
NGC 661718 14 02.9+61 19 10Scd15.314.61.1 × 0.7eeF, pL, R, v difficUGC 11176, MCG 10-26-29, CGCG 301-25
NGC 662118 12 55.6+68 21 47Sb/P14.413.62.1 × 0.8pF, pS, R, lbM, s of 2UGC 11175, MCG 11-22-30, CGCG 322-36, IRAS 18131+6820, KAZ 194, 7ZW 778, Arp 81, VV 247, KCPG 534B
NGC 662218 12 59.9+68 21 15Sbc15.815.00.9 × 0.4pF, pS, R, lbM, n of 2UGC 11175, MCG 11-22-31, CGCG 322-36, KCPG 534A, Arp 81, VV 247, 7ZW 778
NGC 6636 118 22 02.6+66 37 03Sc14.413.72.1 × 0.3eeF, pS, R, 3 st nrUGC 11221, MCG 11-22-46, CGCG 322-41, 7ZW 790, VV 368, VV 679, KAZ 198, KCPG 536A
NGC 6636 218 22 04.9+66 37 21Sab16.015.20.3 × 0.3eeF, pS, R, 3 st nrUGC 11221, MCG 11-22-47, CGCG 322-41, 7ZW 790, VV 368, VV 679, KAZ 199, KCPG 536B
NGC 664318 19 45.6+74 34 06Sc11.711.13.7 × 1.8pB, pL, E 50°, 2 st p (Auw 40)UGC 11218, MCG 12-17-21, CGCG 340-43, KARA 850, IRAS 18212+7432
NGC 665018 25 27.9+68 00 23C14.913.90.4 × 0.4vF, vS, RCGCG 322-43, 7ZW 794, NPM1G +67.0164
NGC 665118 24 19.7+71 36 08Sbc13.913.11.6 × 0.7eeF, pS, lE, v difficUGC 11236, MCG 12-17-22, CGCG 340-44, IRAS 18250+7134
NGC 665418 24 07.6+73 10 58SB0-a13.012.02.6 × 2.1* 12·13 in pB, pL nebyUGC 11238, MCG 12-17-23, CGCG 340-45, IRAS 18252+7309, KARA 851, 7ZW 793
NGC 6654 A18 39 25.3+73 34 51SBd/P13.512.92.7 × 0.8* 12·13 in pB, pL nebyUGC 11332, MCG 12-17-29, CGCG 340-53, IRAS 18406+7331, CGCG 341-4, KAZ 212
NGC 666718 30 39.7+67 59 12SBab/P13.512.72.4 × 1.1vF, pL, lE, vF D * nrNGC 6668, NGC 6678, UGC 11269, CGCG 322-44, MCG 11-22-53, IRAS 18308+6756
NGC 667018 33 33.4+59 53 16S15.114.31.1 × 0.6eeF, S, mE, v difficUGC 11284, MCG 10-26-44, CGCG 301-31, 7ZW 812, IRAS 18329+5950
NGC 6670 A18 33 37.5+59 53 23S15.114.30.5 × 0.2eeF, S, mE, v difficUGC 11284, MCG 10-26-44, CGCG 301-31, 7ZW 812
NGC 667618 33 09.6+66 57 36Sbc15.214.41.6 × 0.3eeF, pS, lE, lbM, v difficUGC 11286, MCG 11-22-54, CGCG 322-45, KUG 1833+669, IRAS 18331+6655
NGC 667718 33 30.4+67 08 13C14.113.10.4 × 0.3vF, vS, bet * v close & vF D *IC 4763, UGC 11288, MCG 11-22-55, CGCG 323-1, 7ZW 814, KAZ 209, VV 672, CGCG 322-46
NGC 667918 33 35.7+67 06 36Sbc14.113.30.9 × 0.4eF, close doubleUGC 11290, MCG 11-22-57, CGCG 323-2, CGCG 322-47, 7ZW 814, ARAK 541, VV 672, KAZ 208, KUG 1833+670
NGC 668718 37 22.0+59 38 35Scd14.714.01.3 × 1.2eF, pL, R, bet 2 stUGC 11309, MCG 10-26-46, CGCG 301-34
NGC 668918 34 49.9+70 31 27SBcd13.112.54 × 1.3vF, pS, * 8 f, 7' distNGC 6690, UGC 11300, MCG 12-17-26, KAZ 210, KARA 855, CGCG 340-50, IRAS 18354+7028
NGC 669118 39 12.0+55 38 30SBbc13.612.91.6 × 1.5vF, pL, R, pB * S nrUGC 11318, MCG 9-30-31, CGCG 279-22, IRAS 18382+5535
NGC 669618 40 05.0+59 20 00S15.915.10.8 × 0.2eeF, pL, v difficMCG 10-26-47
NGC 670118 43 12.6+60 39 11SBa13.012.11.5 × 1.3pB, pS, mE, F * close fUGC 11348, MCG 10-26-50, CGCG 301-36, CGCG 302-2, IRAS 18425+6036
NGC 671118 49 00.9+47 39 27SBbc/P13.712.91.1 × 0.9vF, pS, R, lbMUGC 11361, MCG 8-34-25, CGCG 255-17, IRAS 18476+4735, KARA 862, KAZ 496
NGC 6732 118 56 24.1+52 22 39E414.813.81.2 × 0.7pB, vS, R, F * nUGC 11381, MCG 9-31-11, CGCG 280-11
NGC 6732 218 56 26.2+52 22 38C16.015.00.1 × 0.1pB, vS, R, F * nUGC 11381, MCG 9-31-11, CGCG 280-11
NGC 674718 55 21.5+72 46 20E215.114.10.5 × 0.4eeF, v diffic, pB st sfCGCG 341-12, NPM1G +72.0185
NGC 675019 00 36.0+59 10 02Sc13.813.11 × 0.6vF, vS, RUGC 11389, MCG 10-27-6, CGCG 302-8, KAZ 282, IRAS 18598+5905
NGC 675719 05 06.1+55 43 03SB0-a13.913.01.4 × 1pF, mE, 3 F st invUGC 11401, MCG 9-31-19, CGCG 280-13
NGC 675919 06 57.0+50 20 54S15.114.31 × 0.7vF, S, R, vF D * close spMCG 8-35-2, CGCG 256-6
NGC 676319 05 37.0+63 56 03S0-a14.313.41.5 × 0.4eF, vS, cE, F * nrNGC 6762, UGC 11405, CGCG 323-9
NGC 678619 10 53.8+73 24 39SBbc13.712.91.1 × 0.9eeF, S, R, 2 st nfUGC 11414, CGCG 341-19, VV 414, IRAS 19119+7319, Z 1911.9+7318, 7ZW 864, KCPG 538A
NGC 678719 16 10.5+60 25 03SBb14.713.91.2 × 1eeF, pS, 4 st sf, e difficUGC 11424, MCG 10-27-9, CGCG 302-9, IRAS 19154+6019
NGC 678919 16 41.7+63 58 19Im13.813.21.3 × 1eeF, pL, R, v difficUGC 11425, MCG 11-23-1, CGCG 323-11, KDWG 260
NGC 679619 21 31.0+61 08 42Sbc13.512.61.9 × 0.4vF, pS, mE nsUGC 11432, MCG 10-27-10, CGCG 302-11, IRAS 19208+6102
NGC 6817 119 37 23.5+62 23 02Sbc15.714.90.7 × 0.6eeF, pS, lEMCG 10-28-5, CGCG 303-4
NGC 6817 219 37 21.1+62 23 00C16.315.30.2 × 0.2eeF, pS, lENPM1G +62.0258
NGC 682519 41 54.5+64 04 24C15.414.40.5 × 0.3eF, vS, v diffic, F * nrCGCG 324-1, 7ZW 906
NGC 682919 47 07.5+59 54 26Sb14.914.11.6 × 0.4eF, pS, R, pB * close s, p of 2UGC 11478, MCG 10-28-10, CGCG 303-9, 7ZW 915
NGC 683119 47 57.2+59 53 35S014.313.31.4 × 1.4eF, S, R, f of 2UGC 11483, MCG 10-28-11, CGCG 303-11, NPM1G +59.0234
NGC 686920 00 42.3+66 13 41S013.112.01.6 × 1.3pB, pS, RUGC 11506, MCG 11-24-4, CGCG 324-6
NGC 691120 19 38.3+66 43 44SBb15.114.31.7 × 1.1eF, L, lbM, pB * nrUGC 11540, MCG 11-24-6, CGCG 324-7, CGCG 325-1, IRAS 20191+6634
IC 83612 55 54.1+63 36 42S14.613.71.3 × 0.2eeF, vS, v diffic, bet 2 stUGC 8059, MCG 11-16-7, CGCG 316-6, IRAS 12538+6352
IC 104914 39 33.0+62 00 11SBa14.713.80.9 × 0.7eeF, pS, RUGC 9461, MCG 10-21-21, CGCG 296-16, KARA 641
IC 106514 49 21.3+63 16 15SB014.413.61 × 0.8vF, pS, RUGC 9553, MCG 11-18-8, CGCG 318-4, 3C 305
IC 109915 06 54.7+56 30 31SBc14.714.01.2 × 1eeF, pS, R, bet 2 F stUGC 9731, MCG 9-25-21, CGCG 297-3, IRAS 15055+5641
IC 114615 48 22.0+69 23 10S14.613.80.9 × 0.7vF, pS, R, 2 st nr, sp of 2MCG 12-15-19, CGCG 338-21, NPM1G +69.0148
IC 114715 50 11.5+69 33 36S15.414.60.6 × 0.6eeF, S, R, nf of 2MCG 12-15-27, CGCG 338-27
IC 120116 05 41.5+69 35 38Sb R15.815.01.2 × 0.3eeF, pS, iR, v difficUGC 10221, MCG 12-15-51, CGCG 338-44
IC 121016 14 30.0+62 32 10Sab14.013.11.6 × 0.5vF, vS, lE, rUGC 10304, MCG 10-23-48, CGCG 298-21, KAZ 62, IRAS 16138+6239
IC 121116 16 51.9+53 00 22E113.712.71 × 0.9pB, vS, R, bMUGC 10314, MCG 9-27-9, CGCG 276-7, KARA 732, 1ZW 139
IC 121216 15 30.7+64 13 31C15.614.60.5 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, 3 st n in lineCGCG 320-16, NPM1G +64.0146
IC 121416 16 11.4+65 58 07S0-a14.914.01.4 × 0.6eF, S, RUGC 10323, MCG 11-20-9, CGCG 320-19
IC 121516 15 35.0+68 23 50SB/P14.113.21.1 × 0.7vF, S, R, 1st of 3UGC 10315, MCG 11-20-9A, CGCG 338-49, IRAS 16155+6831, CGCG 320-17, KAZ 65
IC 121616 15 55.3+68 20 58Sc14.814.11 × 0.9eeF, pS, R, 2nd of 3UGC 10326, MCG 11-20-10, CGCG 338-50, CGCG 320-21, KAZ 66
IC 121816 16 37.3+68 12 11S?14.513.61.1 × 0.3vF, vS, lEMCG 11-20-11, CGCG 320-22, KAZ 69
IC 122516 36 52.3+67 37 45SBb15.314.51.4 × 0.4eeF, vS, 2 or 3 F st inv, * pUGC 10494, MCG 11-20-22, CGCG 320-34, KARA 756, IRAS 16368+6744
IC 122816 42 06.4+65 35 08SBab14.113.31.6 × 1.5vF, pS * n, 4 st in curve sUGC 10524, MCG 11-20-26, CGCG 320-38, IRAS 16418+6540
IC 122916 44 58.7+51 18 29SB16.515.70.4 × 0.3eeF, pS, v diffic, np of 2MCG 9-27-72
IC 123116 46 59.1+58 25 22Sc13.612.92.2 × 1eeF, L, R, pB * spUGC 10560, MCG 10-24-56, CGCG 299-29, KARA 772, IRAS 16461+5830
IC 123516 52 03.1+63 06 58S14.914.10.8 × 0.5vF, dif, pS, * 8 nf 3'MK 1109, CGCG 320-47
IC 123716 56 15.9+55 01 37SBbc14.413.61.9 × 1eF, pL, lE, * nr pUGC 10621, MCG 9-28-10, CGCG 277-16, IRAS 16552+5505
IC 124117 01 28.1+63 41 28S14.013.11.2 × 1eF, pS, RUGC 10670, CGCG 321-11, KAZ 445, IRAS 17011+6345
IC 124817 11 39.9+59 59 42SBc14.313.60.9 × 0.8eeF, pS, R, bet 2 st p & fUGC 10756, MCG 10-24-106, CGCG 299-59, IRAS 17110+6002
IC 125017 14 29.0+57 25 02S16.015.20.4 × 0.2pF, S, cENPM1G +57.0226
IC 125117 10 12.9+72 24 35Sc14.213.51.5 × 1eeF, pS, R, sp of 2, II. 767 nrUGC 10757, MCG 12-16-21, CGCG 339-29
IC 125217 15 50.0+57 22 01Sab15.714.91 × 0.2vF, pS, * 12.5 v closeIC 4649, UGC 10788, CGCG 299-68, CGCG 300-1, MCG 10-24-120
IC 125417 11 33.3+72 24 06SBb15.013.81.6 × 0.7eeF, pS, R, nf of 2, v difficUGC 10769, MCG 12-16-24, CGCG 339-32
IC 125817 27 17.2+58 29 07Sa14.413.50.9 × 0.7pB, pS, R, 1st of 3UGC 10867, MCG 10-25-35, CGCG 300-29, Arp 311, VV 101
IC 1259 117 27 24.5+58 31 00E-S015.914.90.8 × 0.4pB, pS, R, 2nd of 3UGC 10869, MCG 10-25-37A, CGCG 300-30, Arp 311, VV 101, Arp 310, KCPG 517A
IC 1259 217 27 26.7+58 30 59S M13.913.10.3 × 0.3pB, pS, R, 2nd of 3UGC 10869, MCG 10-25-37, CGCG 300-30, Arp 311, VV 101, Arp 310
IC 126017 27 31.6+58 28 35C15.714.70.3 × 0.3eeF, S, R, 3rd of 3MCG 10-25-40, CGCG 300-32, NPM1G +58.0200, Arp 311, VV 101
IC 1261 117 23 20.7+71 15 50E-S016.015.00.8 × 0.7eeF, pS, RMCG 12-16-32A, CGCG 339-39, KCPG 514A
IC 1261 217 23 26.0+71 15 48E216.015.00.9 × 0.7eeF, pS, RMCG 12-16-32B, CGCG 339-39, NPM1G +71.0161, KCPG 514B
IC 126717 38 45.9+59 22 21SBb14.213.41.5 × 1eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 10937, MCG 10-25-77, CGCG 300-56
IC 128618 16 14.4+55 35 24Sab14.613.81.4 × 0.5eF, pS, R, 2 st nrUGC 11191, MCG 9-30-10, CGCG 279-7, IRAS 18153+5534
IC 129118 33 52.4+49 16 43SBdm13.513.01.8 × 1.4eF, vS, R, F * close nUGC 11283, MCG 8-34-4, CGCG 255-6, KAZ 486, IRAS 18326+4914
IC 465017 15 47.4+57 18 07S15.714.80.6 × 0.2eF, st and neb
IC 466917 47 12.8+61 26 02SBb14.914.10.7 × 0.3eF, S, ? eF st invUGC 10992, CGCG 300-69, IRAS 17466+6127
IC 470818 13 46.1+61 09 25C15.414.40.3 × 0.3eF, eS, v diffic, 6617 nrCGCG 301-24

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