Constellation Leo Minor (Lesser Lion)

Leo Minor
Leo Minor: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

Leo Minor lies between the large and bright constellations Leo and Ursa Maior. The amorphous star formation is composed of several weak stars of 4th magnitude. The most striking is a long, isosceles triangle with the base in the south, parallel to the celestial equator. The area is 232 square degrees and the center culminates around midnight on February 24th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • 46 Leonis Minoris: Praecipua
Data for constellation Leo Minor [150]
IAU NameLeo Minor
IAU GenitiveLeonis Minoris
IAU Abbr.LMi
English NameLesser Lion
Season (47° N)October … June
Right Ascension9h 22m 36s … 11h 06m 52s
Declination22° 50' 16" … 41° 25' 55"
Area232 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)UMa, Lyn, Cnc, Leo

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

History

Leo Minor was introduced by the Danzig astronomer Johannes Hevelius in his work Prodromus Astronomiae 1690. The designation of the stars has remained very fragmentary, as most celestial cartographers ignored this constellation. Only the second brightest star was designated with a Greek letter: β Leonis Minoris. The brightest star is 46 Leonis Minoris (Praecipua). [7]

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
3764709 30 43.2+33 39 205.85 gG8 3.362.8
3769809 31 32.4+35 06 115.37 M1IIIab
3791909 33 30.3+36 29 136.18 gK4
38001009 34 13.4+36 23 514.55 G8.5III
38151109 35 39.6+35 48 375.41 G8V 8.53.3
38571309 42 42.7+35 05 366.14 F3V
39281909 57 41.1+41 03 205.14 F6V s
39512010 01 00.7+31 55 255.36 G3VaHdel 1 3.2407.
39742110 07 25.8+35 14 414.48 A7V
40142210 15 06.3+31 28 056.46 R G8III
40242310 16 14.4+29 18 385.35 A0Vn
40272410 16 28.1+28 40 576.49 G0V
40752710 23 06.3+33 54 295.90 A6V
40812810 24 08.6+33 43 075.50 gK1
40903010 25 54.9+33 47 464.74 F0V
4100β3110 27 53.0+36 42 264.21 G9IIIab 1.70.5
41133210 30 06.4+38 55 315.77 A4V
41243310 31 51.4+32 22 465.90 A0IV 6.643.3
41373410 33 30.9+34 59 195.58 R A2Vn
41503510 36 21.4+36 19 376.28 F3V
41663710 38 43.2+31 58 344.71 G2.5IIa
41683810 39 07.6+37 54 365.85 F9V
41894010 43 01.8+26 19 325.51 A4Vn 6.318.4
41924110 43 25.0+23 11 185.08 A3Vn
42034210 45 51.9+30 40 565.24 A1Vn 2.8198.1
42234310 48 57.2+29 24 576.15 sgK1
42304410 49 53.7+27 58 266.04 F3V
42474610 53 18.7+34 12 543.83 K0+III-IV
42544810 54 42.2+25 29 276.20 A8V
42705010 56 34.4+25 30 006.35 K0

«Revised New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue», Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke, 2021 [277]
NameRADecTypeBmagVmagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification
NGC 2859 09 24 18.6+34 30 48Gx (SB0-a)11.810.94.60 × 4.1vB, pL, R, smbMUGC 5001, MCG 6-21-30, CGCG 181-40
NGC 2922 09 36 52.6+37 41 41Gx (Im)14.614.01.20 × 0.5vF, S, iR, lbM, rUGC 5118, MCG 6-21-57, CGCG 181-66, IRAS 09337+3755, KARA 355, KUG 0933+379
NGC 2942 09 39 08.0+34 00 22Gx (Sc)13.212.61.90 × 1.5F, pL, vlE 0°, vglbMUGC 5140, MCG 6-21-65, CGCG 181-76, KUG 0936+342, IRAS 09361+3413
NGC 2955 09 41 16.4+35 52 58Gx (Sb)13.612.91.50 × 0.7cF, pS, iR, glbM, rUGC 5166, MCG 6-21-73, CGCG 181-82, KARA 361, IRAS 09382+3606
NGC 2965 09 43 19.1+36 14 54Gx (S0)14.413.41.20 × 0.9eF, vS, R, bM, rUGC 5191, MCG 6-22-3, CGCG 181-86, CGCG 182-4
NGC 2971 09 43 46.1+36 10 47Gx (SBb)14.814.01.10 × 0.8eF, pS, iR, vlbMUGC 5197, MCG 6-22-5, CGCG 181-87, CGCG 182-5
NGC 3003 09 48 35.9+33 25 19Gx (SBbc)12.311.95.70 × 1.4! cB, L, vmE 90°UGC 5251, MCG 6-22-13, CGCG 182-21, KUG 0945+336, IRAS 09456+3339
NGC 3012 09 49 52.0+34 42 53Gx (E0)14.513.51.00 × 1.0vF, pL, R, comUGC 5262, MCG 6-22-17, CGCG 182-23, NPM1G +34.0176
NGC 3013 09 50 09.3+33 34 11Gx (S)15.714.90.80 × 0.5pF, pS, R, bM, h 645 fMCG 6-22-18, CGCG 182-24, NPM1G +33.0174, near SAO 61706
NGC 3021 09 50 57.2+33 33 15Gx (Sbc)12.912.11.50 × 0.9pB, pS, vlE, mbM, * 10, 140°UGC 5280, MCG 6-22-19, CGCG 182-25, KUG 0947+337, IRAS 09479+3347
NGC 3074 09 59 41.2+35 23 36Gx (Sc)13.312.72.30 × 2.1vF, pL, iR, vgvlbMUGC 5366, MCG 6-22-47, CGCG 182-54, NPM1G +35.0178, IRAS 09567+3537
NGC 3099 A10 02 36.5+32 42 26Gx (E+C)14.513.50.60 × 0.5eF, SMCG 6-22-59, CGCG 182-64, NPM1G +32.0227
NGC 3099 B10 02 30.9+32 42 52Gx (C+C)15.814.80.30 × 0.3eF, SMCG 6-22-58
NGC 3104 10 03 57.1+40 45 26Gx (IBm)13.813.23.30 × 2.2eF, pL, E, vF * invUGC 5414, MCG 7-21-7, CGCG 211-6, Arp 264, VV 119
NGC 3106 10 04 05.2+31 11 09Gx (S0)13.312.41.80 × 1.8F, S, R, sbMUGC 5419, MCG 5-24-9, CGCG 153-13, NPM1G +31.0177
NGC 3116 10 06 45.0+31 05 54Gx (E0)15.514.50.40 × 0.4Neb * 13mMCG 5-24-12, CGCG 153-17, ARAK 230, NPM1G +31.0178
NGC 3118 10 07 11.4+33 01 38Gx (Sbc)14.313.52.50 × 0.4S group of vF st in vF nebUGC 5452, MCG 6-22-74, CGCG 182-75, IRAS 10042+3316, FGC 118A, KUG 1004+332
NGC 3126 10 08 20.6+31 51 49Gx (Sb)13.612.82.80 × 0.6F, S, lE, N = * 15UGC 5466, MCG 5-24-19, CGCG 153-23, KARA 400, IRAS 10054+3206
NGC 3150 10 13 26.2+38 39 29Gx (S?)15.514.60.80 × 0.7vF, SMCG 7-21-17, CGCG 211-19
NGC 3151 10 13 29.0+38 37 13Gx (S0)14.813.80.80 × 0.4vF, vSMCG 7-21-18, CGCG 211-20
NGC 3152 10 13 34.1+38 50 37Gx (SB0)15.214.20.80 × 0.7eF, vS, iR, eF * close spMCG 7-21-18A, CGCG 211-21
NGC 3158 10 13 50.5+38 45 56Gx (E3)12.911.92.00 × 1.8cB, cS, R, psbM, rUGC 5511, MCG 7-21-20, CGCG 211-22
NGC 3159 10 13 52.8+38 39 18Gx (E2)14.613.61.20 × 0.9vF, vS, stellarMCG 7-21-21, CGCG 211-23, NPM1G +38.0190
NGC 3160 10 13 55.2+38 50 34Gx (S)15.014.11.30 × 0.3vF, vS, lEUGC 5513, MCG 7-21-23, CGCG 211-24
NGC 3161 10 13 59.1+38 39 28Gx (E2)14.813.70.80 × 0.6vF, vSMCG 7-21-22, CGCG 211-25, ARAK 234, NPM1G +38.0191
NGC 3163 10 14 07.1+38 39 10Gx (E-S0)14.313.31.20 × 1.1F, S, R, gbMUGC 5517, MCG 7-21-26, CGCG 211-27
NGC 3219 10 22 37.4+38 34 47Gx (E-S0)14.213.20.80 × 0.5eF, S, R, lbMMCG 7-21-51, CGCG 211-49, NPM1G +38.0194
NGC 3232 10 24 24.4+28 01 42Gx (SB0-a)15.214.30.80 × 0.8eF, * 11 p 150", ls, p of 2MCG 5-25-4, CGCG 154-8
NGC 3234 10 24 59.3+28 01 27Gx (E-S0)14.313.31.20 × 0.9pB, pS, R, psbM (? = 2095)NGC 3235, UGC 5635, MCG 5-25-7, CGCG 154-10
NGC 3235 10 24 59.3+28 01 27E-S014.313.31.20 × 0.9F, S, f of 2NGC 3234, UGC 5635, MCG 5-25-7, CGCG 154-10
NGC 3245 10 27 18.2+28 30 28Gx (S0)11.710.83.20 × 1.8vB, pL, E 0°, smbMENUGC 5663, MCG 5-25-13, CGCG 154-17, IRAS 10245+2845
NGC 3245 A10 27 01.1+28 38 21Gx (SBb)15.114.33.50 × 0.3vB, pL, E 0°, smbMENUGC 5662, MCG 5-25-12, CGCG 154-16, FGC 1069
NGC 3254 10 29 19.9+29 29 32Gx (Sbc)12.411.74.50 × 1.4cB, L, mE 45°, psmbMNUGC 5685, MCG 5-25-18, CGCG 154-20, IRAS 10265+2944
NGC 3265 10 31 06.8+28 47 49Gx (E2)13.912.90.90 × 0.7pF, S, R, psbM, * sfUGC 5705, MCG 5-25-19, CGCG 154-23, WAS 12, IRAS 10282+2903
NGC 3272 10 31 48.1+28 28 10*2F, vS, iR, h 721 nf
NGC 3277 10 32 55.4+28 30 44Gx (Sab)12.511.72.10 × 1.8cB, cS, R, pgmbMUGC 5731, MCG 5-25-22, CGCG 154-26, IRAS 10301+2846
NGC 3291 10 36 06.2+37 16 30*14.9* 13 inv in vF neb
NGC 3294 10 36 16.0+37 19 29Gx (Sc)12.211.83.40 × 1.8cB, L, mE 135°, glbMUGC 5753, MCG 6-23-21, CGCG 183-30, KUG 1033+375, IRAS 10333+3734
NGC 3304 10 37 37.9+37 27 23Gx (SBa)14.313.41.70 × 0.6vF, cS, psbM, erUGC 5777, MCG 6-23-26, CGCG 183-32, CGCG 184-1, NPM1G +37.0276
NGC 3323 10 39 39.1+25 19 21Gx (SB/P)14.313.41.00 × 0.6vF, vS, R, lbMUGC 5800, MCG 4-25-36, CGCG 124-49, IRAS 10368+2535
NGC 3327 10 39 57.8+24 05 30Gx (Sb)14.213.41.10 × 0.8vF, S, R, gbM, vS * attUGC 5803, MCG 4-25-38, CGCG 124-51
NGC 3334 10 41 31.1+37 18 45Gx (S0)13.912.91.10 × 1.0cF, vS, R, bMUGC 5817, MCG 6-24-4, CGCG 184-5
NGC 3344 10 43 30.9+24 55 22Gx (SBbc)10.59.97.10 × 6.5cB, L, gbM, * inv, 2 st fUGC 5840, MCG 4-25-46, CGCG 124-60, KARA 435, WAS 14, IRAS 10407+2511
NGC 3350 10 44 22.9+30 43 31Gx (S0)15.314.30.60 × 0.6eF, vS, 2 st 9·10 sCGCG 155-2, CGCG 154-44, NPM1G +30.0198
NGC 3380 10 48 12.1+28 36 07Gx (SBa)13.412.51.60 × 1.4pB, pS, R, sbMUGC 5906, MCG 5-26-12, CGCG 155-15, IRAS 10454+2851
NGC 3381 10 48 24.7+34 42 41Gx (SB/P)12.711.82.00 × 1.8pF, cL, iR, vglbM, 1st of 3UGC 5909, MCG 6-24-15, CGCG 184-16, KUG 1045+349, IRAS 10456+3458
NGC 3382 10 48 25.5+36 43 32*2F, S, iR, ? S Cl
NGC 3395 10 49 49.9+32 58 53Gx (SBc)12.412.12.10 × 1.1cB, pS, ilE, 1st of 2IC 2613, UGC 5931, MCG 6-24-17, Arp 270, VV 246, ARAK 257, KCPG 249A, CGCG 184-18
NGC 3396 10 49 55.6+32 59 26Gx (SBm/P)12.612.02.90 × 1.2pB, pS, ilE, 2nd of 2UGC 5935, MCG 6-24-18, CGCG 184-19, KCPG 249B, Arp 270, VV 246
NGC 3400 10 50 45.5+28 28 08Gx (SBa)14.113.21.10 × 0.7pF, S, R, bMUGC 5949, MCG 5-26-20, CGCG 155-25
NGC 3413 10 51 20.7+32 45 58Gx (S0)13.212.21.80 × 0.8F, SUGC 5960, MCG 6-24-24, CGCG 184-27, KUG 1048+330, IRAS 10485+3301
NGC 3414 10 51 16.1+27 58 30Gx (SB0)12.011.03.50 × 2.6B, pL, R, mbMUGC 5959, MCG 5-26-21, CGCG 155-29, Arp 162, PRC C-35
NGC 3418 10 51 23.9+28 06 44Gx (SB0-a)14.113.21.40 × 1.1cF, S, R, bMUGC 5963, MCG 5-26-23, CGCG 155-30
NGC 3424 10 51 46.2+32 54 01Gx (SBb)13.212.42.70 × 0.8pF, pL, lE, sp of 3UGC 5972, MCG 6-24-25, CGCG 184-28, KUG 1048+331, IRAS 10489+3309
NGC 3430 10 52 11.5+32 57 03Gx (SBc)12.211.64.10 × 2.2pB, L, iE, gbM, 2nd of 3UGC 5982, MCG 6-24-26, CGCG 184-29, KUG 1049+332, IRAS 10494+3312
NGC 3432 10 52 31.0+36 37 08Gx (SBm)11.711.36.60 × 1.6pB, pL, vmE 40°, ** close spUGC 5986, MCG 6-24-28, CGCG 184-30, Arp 206, VV 11, KUG 1049+368
NGC 3442 10 53 08.0+33 54 36Gx (Sa)13.813.40.60 × 0.5F, vS, R, mbM, r?UGC 6001, MK 418, CGCG 184-34, KUG 1050+341, IRAS 10503+3410
NGC 3451 10 54 21.1+27 14 23Gx (SBcd)13.713.01.70 × 0.8F, pL, vlE, vlbMUGC 6023, MCG 5-26-28, CGCG 155-35, IRAS 10516+2730
NGC 3486 11 00 24.0+28 58 32Gx (SBc)11.110.57.10 × 5.2cB, cL, R, gmbMUGC 6079, MCG 5-26-32, CGCG 155-41
NGC 3493 11 01 27.8+27 43 12Gx (SBc)15.014.31.10 × 0.3vF, R, bM, * spUGC 6099, MCG 5-26-36, CGCG 155-44, IRAS 10587+2759
NGC 3504 11 03 11.1+27 58 23Gx (SBab)11.811.12.70 × 2.1B, L, E, mbMN, rr, p of 2UGC 6118, MCG 5-26-39, CGCG 155-49, KUG 1100+282, IRAS 11004+2814
NGC 3510 11 03 43.7+28 53 05Gx (SBm)12.712.14.10 × 0.8F, L, cE, * 7, 310° 8'UGC 6126, MCG 5-26-40, CGCG 155-50, IRAS 11010+2909, HARO 26, KUG 1101+291
NGC 3512 11 04 02.7+28 02 15Gx (SBc)13.012.31.60 × 1.5F, pS, R, pgbM, f of 2UGC 6128, MCG 5-26-41, CGCG 155-51, IRAS 11013+2818
NGC 3515 11 04 37.3+28 13 41Gx (Sbc)14.713.90.90 × 0.7vF, S, R, sev eF st invUGC 6139, MCG 5-26-44, CGCG 155-55, IRAS 11018+2829
IC 640 10 46 50.0+34 46 00NFvF, pS, E, D ?
IC 641 10 47 49.3+34 40 21NFvS, pS, dif
IC 2467 09 24 52.7+38 21 06Gx (S)14.814.00.70 × 0.7F, vS, R, gbMNMCG 7-20-5, CGCG 210-6
IC 2468 09 24 52.6+38 21 08Gx (S)15.915.10.40 × 0.4vS, R, sbM * 15MCG 7-20-7, NPM1G +38.0169
IC 2491 09 35 14.2+34 43 56Gx (S0)14.713.71.10 × 0.8F, S, R, gbM, rUGC 5104, MCG 6-21-53, CGCG 181-62, NPM1G +34.0163
IC 2493 09 36 17.5+37 21 52Gx (S0)14.913.90.50 × 0.3F, vS, stellMCG 6-21-56, CGCG 181-65, NPM1G +37.0228
IC 2496 09 38 44.5+34 43 36Gx (Sbc)15.514.70.40 × 0.3F, vS, R, rCGCG 181-73, KUG 0935+349
IC 2497 09 41 04.0+34 44 01Gx (S)15.815.00.60 × 0.3vF, vS, R, rNPM1G +34.0168, IRAS 09380+3457
IC 2500 09 42 23.3+36 20 57Gx (Sab)15.114.31.10 × 0.3vF, pS, R, mbMMCG 6-21-74, CGCG 181-83, CGCG 182-1
IC 2502 09 43 15.4+35 09 38Gx (S)15.915.10.40 × 0.4F, S, R, gbM, difficMCG 6-22-2
IC 2503 09 43 15.9+35 12 23Gx (S)16.515.50.40 × 0.2vF, vS, dif, v difficKUG 0940+354
IC 2508 09 47 07.0+33 30 31Gx (E3)16.015.00.40 × 0.3F, vS, R, dif, rCGCG 182-17, NPM1G +33.0172
IC 2515 09 54 39.4+37 24 30Gx (Sb)15.214.41.10 × 0.2F, cS, E ns, r, biN ?UGC 5321, MCG 6-22-27, CGCG 182-33, IRAS 09516+3738
IC 2516 09 54 48.3+37 41 15Gx (S0-a)15.014.11.00 × 0.8F, S, R, gbMMCG 6-22-28, CGCG 182-34, NPM1G +37.0238
IC 2518 09 55 58.5+37 09 22Gx (C)15.714.70.40 × 0.3F, S, R, lbMCGCG 182-40, NPM1G +37.0239
IC 2519 09 55 58.8+34 02 11Gx (C)15.514.50.30 × 0.2F, vS, R, difCGCG 182-39
IC 2521 09 57 15.7+33 58 37Gx (SBbc)15.815.00.50 × 0.5F, S, difMCG 6-22-35, CGCG 182-45, NPM1G +34.0181, KUG 0954+342
IC 2524 09 57 32.9+33 37 13Gx (S0-a)14.914.00.60 × 0.4F, vS, R, stellMCG 6-22-39, MK 411, CGCG 182-47, KUG 0954+338, NPM1G +33.0178
IC 2525 09 58 24.9+37 06 09Gx (C)15.614.60.30 × 0.3F, S, R, gbMCGCG 182-52, NPM1G +37.0242
IC 2527 10 00 06.5+38 10 22Gx (Sbc)15.314.50.30 × 0.3F, vS, R, NCGCG 182-55, NPM1G +38.0184
IC 2530 10 01 31.0+37 12 16Gx (S0)15.314.30.60 × 0.6F, vS, stellMCG 6-22-53, CGCG 182-59, NPM1G +37.0245
IC 2535 10 04 31.7+38 00 24Gx (Sb)14.613.80.80 × 0.6pB, pS, E 110°, gbM, rMCG 6-22-65, CGCG 182-70, NPM1G +38.0186, KUG 1001+382
IC 2540 10 06 46.7+31 28 34Gx (E-S0)15.114.11.00 × 0.8F, vS, R, gbMNMCG 5-24-14, CGCG 153-18, NPM1G +31.0179
IC 2542 10 07 50.5+34 18 55Gx (SBc)14.613.90.90 × 0.8F, pS, glbMMCG 6-22-76, CGCG 182-76, KARA 399, KUG 1004+345
IC 2543 110 08 23.5+37 50 27Gx (S)15.714.90.50 × 0.2F, S, R, N, rCGCG 182-77
IC 2543 210 08 23.8+37 50 39Gx (C)16.515.50.20 × 0.2F, S, R, N, rCGCG 182-77
IC 2544 10 08 29.6+33 20 46Gx (SBcd)15.214.50.40 × 0.4F, S, difCGCG 182-78, KUG 1005+335
IC 2547 10 10 04.5+36 30 11Gx (S)15.714.90.40 × 0.2F, S, R, difCGCG 182-80, CGCG 183-1
IC 2549 10 10 10.1+36 27 55Gx (S?)16.215.40.30 × 0.2F, S, R, gvlbMCGCG 183-2, CGCG 182-81, NPM1G +36.0203, KUG 1007+367
IC 2550 10 10 27.9+27 57 21Gx (SBb)14.513.71.00 × 0.8F, cS, R, difUGC 5484, MCG 5-24-23, CGCG 153-27, IRAS 10076+2811
IC 2557 10 16 05.8+38 06 30Gx (S)15.614.80.30 × 0.2vF, vS, RMCG 6-23-3, CGCG 183-7, ARAK 235
IC 2561 10 19 08.5+34 40 28Gx (Sb)14.914.10.90 × 0.5F, S, E 200°, gbMUGC 5567, MCG 6-23-7, CGCG 183-13
IC 2564 10 21 27.6+36 27 09Gx (E0)16.215.20.40 × 0.4F, S, R, gbM stell NNPM1G +36.0208
IC 2565 10 21 17.9+27 55 48Gx (S0)15.214.20.40 × 0.2F, vS, R, stellCGCG 154-4, 1ZW 24
IC 2565 A10 21 17.1+27 55 44Gx (E0)17.816.80.20 × 0.2F, vS, R, stellCGCG 154-4, 1ZW 24
IC 2566 10 22 19.4+36 35 00Gx (S0)15.014.00.80 × 0.5F, S, R, gbM, rMCG 6-23-8, CGCG 183-18, NPM1G +36.0210, KCPG 231A
IC 2568 10 22 30.0+36 35 59Gx (SBa)15.014.11.20 × 0.6F, S, R, N, rUGC 5603, MCG 6-23-9, CGCG 183-19, KCPG 231B, NPM1G +36.0211
IC 2572 10 25 07.2+28 05 39Gx (Sa R)15.514.60.90 × 0.5pF, S, iFUGC 5636, MCG 5-25-8, CGCG 154-11, IRAS 10222+2820
IC 2577 10 28 01.4+32 45 48Gx (Sb)15.915.10.60 × 0.4F, cS, r, * 12 nrMCG 6-23-18, CGCG 183-26, KARA 418, KUG 1025+330
IC 2591 10 36 38.6+35 03 12Gx (SBc)14.213.51.20 × 0.7F, cS, E 200°UGC 5763, MCG 6-23-22, CGCG 183-31, IRAS 10337+3518, NPM1G +35.0198, KUG 1033+353
IC 2598 10 39 42.2+26 43 39Gx (Sa)15.014.10.40 × 0.2F, S, R, N, rCGCG 154-37
IC 2603 10 48 25.0+32 55 36*vF, pL, biN or D pf, bf
IC 2604 10 49 25.0+32 46 21Gx (SBm)14.714.11.20 × 0.9F, cS, difUGC 5927, MCG 6-24-16, CGCG 184-17, VV 538, KUG 1046+330
IC 2605 10 49 47.5+32 58 18GxyP15.50.40 × 0.2eF, S, 0'.3 ssp I 116Spiral arm of N 3395
IC 2606 10 50 17.5+37 57 23Gx (S0-a)14.914.00.80 × 0.3F, S, E ns, difMCG 6-24-21, CGCG 184-25
IC 2607 10 50 18.9+37 59 39Gx (SBab)15.614.80.70 × 0.4vF, vS, vlbM, difficMCG 6-24-23, CGCG 184-26
IC 2608 10 50 15.4+32 46 08Gx (S?)15.614.80.90 × 0.3F, vS, R, * 14 attCGCG 184-22, KUG 1047+330
IC 2610 10 52 08.0+33 05 00NFvF, S, lbM, * 25" p
IC 2612 10 53 37.1+32 46 06Gx (E-S0)16.615.60.40 × 0.3F, S, R, difMCG 6-24-33, NPM1G +33.0205
IC 2613 10 49 49.9+32 58 53SBc12.412.12.10 × 1.1B, pL, E 200°, gmbM dif NNGC 3395, UGC 5931, MCG 6-24-17, Arp 270, VV 246, ARAK 257, KCPG 249A, CGCG 184-18
IC 2618 11 01 58.8+27 47 11*14.6vS neb ?

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