Constellation Ursa Maior (Great Bear)

Ursa Maior
Ursa Maior: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

Ursa Maior is the third largest constellation in the sky with 1280 square degrees. The alignment of the Big Dipper contained therein is probably the best known. Some also see a large ladle in it, which is dipped in in summer and tipped out in winter. In the very dark and clear nights of late winter and early spring, when the constellation is high in the sky, the whole bear with its head, front and back paws can also be clearly seen. If you extend the last two stars of the car body α and β Ursae Maioris by five times their distance to the north, you come across Polaris, the Pole Star . The curved curve of the drawbar can be continued up to Arcturus in the constellation Bootes and even further up to Spica in the constellation Virgo. The second drawbar star, Mizar, is a physical double star, but forms an optical double star together with the weaker Alcor. The center of Ursa Maior culminates around midnight on March 11th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α UMa: Dubhe, Dubb, Ak
  • β UMa: Merak, Mirak
  • γ UMa: Phad, Phecda, Phekda, Phegda, Phekha, Phacd
  • δ UMa: Megrez, Kaffa
  • ε UMa: Alioth, Aliath
  • ζ UMa: Mizar, Mizat, Mirza
  • η UMa: Alkaid, Benetnash, Benetnasch, Elkeid
  • ι UMa: Talitha, Talita
  • λ UMa: Tania Borealis
  • μ UMa: Tania Australis
  • ν UMa: Alula Borealis
  • ξ UMa: Alula Australis
  • ο UMa: Muscida
  • π1 UMa: Muscida
  • π2 UMa: Muscida
  • 80 UMa: Alcor, Saidak
Data for constellation Ursa Maior [150]
IAU NameUrsa Maior
IAU GenitiveUrsae Majoris
IAU Abbr.UMa
English NameGreat Bear
Season (47° N)November … July
Right Ascension08h 08m 31s … 14h 29m 00s
Declination+28° 18' 14" … +73° 08' 18"
Area1280 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)Dra, Cam, Lyn, LMi, Leo, Com, CVn, Boo

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

Mythology and History

The king of the gods, Zeus (Jupiter), fell in love with a beautiful woman, as he has so many times. This time his new love was the pretty Callisto, the daughter of the cruel King Lykaon of Arcadia. Kallisto then became pregnant and gave birth to a son, Arkas.

One day Zeus was invited to dinner in the palace of Lykaon, but Lykaon wanted to check whether his guest really was the mighty Zeus. He dismembered his grandson Arkas and then served him as a meal for Zeus. However, he immediately recognized the flesh of his poor son. In a furious rage, he killed Lycaon's sons in a flash and turned Lykaon himself into a wolf, whom he took to the sky, where he was greeted by the Centaurs being kept in check. Then Zeus put the parts of his son back together and handed him over to the Pleiade Maia, who raised him.

When Zeus' jealous wife Hera found out about her husband's renewed relationship, she turned poor Callisto into a she-bear. Arkas grew up to be a young, skilled hunter. One day he met the she-bear while hunting. Callisto recognized her son, but could only greet him with a grunt. She straightened up to hug him for joy. But Arkas only saw one she-bear, whose claws and sharp teeth and how threateningly straightened up. He then chased her, who fled to the temple of Zeus. This was a forbidden place and entering it was punishable by death. Zeus seized both of them and placed the she-bear in the sky as Ursa Maior and Arkas as Bootes.

Big and Little Dipper
Big and Little Dipper: The constallations Big Dipper (left) and Little Dipper (right). During the exposure the camera lens was set to defocus so that around the brightest stars a halo appears revealing their colour.; Nikon D3, Nikkor AF-S 17-35mm 2.8D; 30s, ISO 3200; Ahornalp; © 7. 5. 2011 Bernd Nies

According to another interpretation of the same story, Zeus intervened at just the right moment when Arkas met the she-bear and wanted to kill her. He also turned Arkas into a bear, grabbed both of their tails and hurled them into the sky - Callisto as the Big Bear and Arkas as the Little bear. This explains why the two sky bears, unlike their earthly relatives, have so long tails. [20]

Some North American Indian tribes saw things differently. They also drew a bear in Ursa Maior, as well as in the neighboring Ursa Minor and named them Okuri and Paukunawa, which both times means something like bear. But in Iroquois mythology, all bears once had long tails. However, the terrestrial bear lost his when he tried to catch fish through a hole in the ice sheet of a lake. The hole froze and the bear was trapped. To break free, he tore his own tail off. Since then all earthly bears have; just a short tail.

A Blackfoot Indian legend tells of an older daughter in a large family. She fell in love with a grizzly bear. When her father found out, he became angry and caused his sons to kill him. But this bear was no ordinary bear, it was a magical bear and before he died he passed on some of his magic to his bride. She then transformed herself into a grizzly bear and in retaliation for the death of her lover, she destroyed her own village, killed her father and mother, and then hunted down her eight siblings. But one of these siblings had a little magic of his own; he shot an arrow in the sky and immediately all eight children followed and became stars in the sky. The seven oldest became the seven stars of the Big Dipper and the eighth and youngest was so anxious that she constantly pushed herself to an older sibling and thus became the little star Alcor who is standing next to Mizar. [68]

The great bear is one of the most famous constellations and all classical writers have written about it. This constellation was important in many cultures and the multitude of names is an impressive testimony to this.

Alaska
Alaska: The flag of the US state with the big dipper and the North Star [137]

The Greek word for bear is Arktos, from which our term Arctic is derived, because the Big Bear can always be seen there. [68] Apparently the Romans did not see the entire constellation, but only that part that we now call the Big Dipper. The seven stars were the Septemtriones (the 7 threshing ox), which continuously revolve around the axis of rotation of the celestial pole. The northerners interpreted this constellation as Wodan's chariot and the Central Europeans as the chariot of the legendary King Arthur or Charlemagne. The Arabs saw the box of the big wagon as a coffin behind which the three mourners walk.

A selection of names is listed here: Kallisto, Virgo Nonacrina (Arcadian virgin), Tegeaea Virgo (Tegeatic virgin), Ursus (bear), Arktus, Plaustrum (truck), Plostrum Magnum, Big wagon , Karl Wagen, Wodanswagen, Himmelswagen, in America Big Dipper (large ladle), in southern France Casserole, Okuari (bear) and others. [20]

The seven stars of the Big Dipper and the Pole Star also adorn the state flag of Alaska, which is the northernmost state in the U.S.A. From there, this constellation stands high above the horizon all year round. The design came from a thirteen-year-old orphan named John Bell (Benny) Benson. He designed this flag as a result of a state-wide competition sponsored by the Alaska Department of the American Legion. He was awarded the prize in 1927, and in the same year his design was introduced as the official flag of Alaska. [137]


Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
3323ο108 30 15.9+60 43 053.36 G5III 7.1143.0
3354208 34 36.2+65 08 425.47 A2m
3391π1308 39 11.7+65 01 155.64 G1.5Vb
3403π2408 40 12.8+64 19 404.60 K1+IIIb
3505508 53 22.6+61 57 445.73 F2III
3531608 56 37.5+64 36 145.58 G7IIIFe-0.5
3569ι908 59 12.4+48 02 303.14 A7IV 7.23.9
3576ρ809 02 32.7+67 37 474.76 M3III-IIIbCa1
3594κ1209 03 37.5+47 09 243.60 A1Vn 0.20.3
3609σ11109 08 23.6+66 52 245.14 K5III
3616σ21309 10 23.2+67 08 054.80 F6IV 3.52.8
36191509 08 52.3+51 36 174.48 F0IVm vs
3624τ1409 10 55.1+63 30 494.67 F3-4IIIm vs 6.257.2
36481609 14 20.6+61 25 245.13 F9V
36601709 15 49.9+56 44 295.27 K5III
36621809 16 11.3+54 01 194.83 A5V
37572309 31 31.7+63 03 433.67 F0IV 5.622.8
37682209 34 53.6+72 12 205.72 F7V
37712409 34 28.9+69 49 494.56 G4III-IV
3775θ2509 32 51.4+51 40 383.17 F6IV 10.74.1
37992609 34 49.5+52 03 054.50 A2V
38392709 42 57.2+72 15 095.17 K0III
38652809 45 55.4+63 39 126.34 F2V 5.26.4
3888υ2909 50 59.4+59 02 193.80 F2IV 8.611.3
3894φ3009 52 06.4+54 03 524.59 A3IV 0.20.3
39173109 55 43.0+49 49 125.27 A3III
40263210 18 02.0+65 06 305.82 A8III
4033λ3310 17 05.8+42 54 523.45 A2IV
4069μ3410 22 19.7+41 29 583.05 M0III e
41063510 29 54.3+65 37 346.32 gK2
41123610 30 37.6+55 58 504.84 F8V 3.4139.
41413710 35 09.7+57 04 585.16 F1V
41783810 41 56.6+65 42 595.12 K2III v
41873910 43 43.3+57 11 575.80 A0V s
42024110 46 22.5+57 21 576.34 M1III
42354310 51 11.1+56 34 565.67 K2III
42364210 51 23.7+59 19 125.58 K2III
42464410 53 34.5+54 35 065.10 K3III
4248ω4510 53 58.7+43 11 244.71 A1V s
42584610 55 44.4+33 30 255.03 K1III
42774710 59 28.0+40 25 495.05 G1-VFe-0.5
42884911 00 50.4+39 12 445.08 F0V s
4295β4811 01 50.5+56 22 572.37 A1V
4301α5011 03 43.7+61 45 031.79 K0IIIa e3.00.5
43095111 04 31.2+38 14 296.00 A3III-IV 7.18.4
4335ψ5211 09 39.8+44 29 553.01 K1III
4374ξ5311 18 10.9+31 31 454.87 H G0V 0.53.1
4375ξ5311 18 11.0+31 31 454.41 H G0V 0.53.1
4377ν5411 18 28.7+33 05 393.48 K3-IIIBa0.3 6.07.2
43805511 19 07.9+38 11 084.78 A1Vp:
43925611 22 49.6+43 28 584.99 G7.5IIIa:Ba0.3
44225711 29 04.2+39 20 135.31 A2V 2.5346.3
44315811 30 31.1+43 10 245.94 F4V
44775911 38 20.6+43 37 325.59 F2II-III
44806011 38 33.5+46 50 036.10 F5III s
44966111 41 03.0+34 12 065.33 G8V 4.9159.3
45016211 41 34.3+31 44 465.73 F4V 4.384.3
4518χ6311 46 03.0+47 46 463.71 K0.5IIIb
4554γ6411 53 49.8+53 41 412.44 A0Ve
45606511 55 05.7+46 28 376.54 A3Vn 0.463.0
45616511 55 11.2+46 28 117.03 A1pCrEuSr: 0.463.0
45666611 55 58.4+56 35 555.84 K1III
45946712 02 06.8+43 02 445.21 F0Vam 1.7310.5
46416812 11 44.9+57 03 166.43 R gK5
4660δ6912 15 25.6+57 01 573.31 A3V 6.6189.6
47017012 20 50.8+57 51 505.55 K5III
47267112 25 03.2+56 46 395.81 M3IIIb
47457312 27 35.1+55 42 465.70 M2IIIb
47607412 29 57.3+58 24 215.35 A5Del Del
47627512 30 04.3+58 46 036.08 G8III-IV
48337612 41 33.9+62 42 476.07 A2III
4905ε7712 54 01.7+55 57 351.77 A0pCr
49317813 00 43.8+56 21 594.93 F2V 2.51.3
5054ζ7913 23 55.5+54 55 312.27 A1VpSrSi 1.70.0
5055ζ7913 23 56.4+54 55 183.95 A1m 1.70.0
50628013 25 13.5+54 59 174.01 A5V
51098113 34 07.3+55 20 555.60 A0V
51428213 39 30.4+52 55 175.46 A3Vn
51548313 40 44.3+54 40 544.66 M2IIIabBa0.5
51878413 46 35.7+54 25 585.70 B9pEuCr v
5191η8513 47 32.4+49 18 481.86 B3V
52388613 53 51.0+53 43 435.70 A0V

Revised+Historic NGC/IC, Version 22/9, © Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke [277]
Planetary Nebulae
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 358711 14 47.7+55 01 10PN12.09.92.83!!, planetary, vB, vL, R, vvg, vsbM, 150" dM 97, PK 148+57.1, CS=15.9, Owl nebula
Open Clusters
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 323110 26 57.8+66 48 45OCL4Cl, cL, P, lC, st 10…12
Galaxies
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 260008 34 44.8+52 42 55Sb15.014.21.2 × 0.4No descriptionUGC 4475, MCG 9-14-68, CGCG 263-55
NGC 260208 35 04.3+52 49 53S15.514.70.3 × 0.2eF, S, R, * 95°MCG 9-14-69, CGCG 263-56, ARAK 169
NGC 260308 34 31.2+52 50 25C16.515.50.3 × 0.3eF, vS
NGC 260508 34 53.3+52 48 16S0?16.415.50.4 × 0.3F, S, lbM
NGC 260608 35 34.4+52 47 19Sbc15.114.30.7 × 0.3cF, S, R, * 310°MCG 9-14-72, CGCG 263-59
NGC 261408 42 47.6+72 58 36Sc13.612.92 × 1.6eF, pS, RUGC 4523, MCG 12-9-5, CGCG 331-58, CGCG 332-5, IRAS 08373+7309
NGC 262908 47 15.2+72 59 08E-S013.312.21.5 × 1.3vF, S, stellarUGC 4569, MCG 12-9-10, CGCG 331-62, CGCG 332-9
NGC 263908 43 37.8+50 12 22Sa12.611.71.8 × 1.1cB, S, E 130°, psmbMUGC 4544, MCG 8-16-24, CGCG 237-14, IRAS 08400+5023
NGC 264108 47 57.4+72 53 47S014.613.61.3 × 1.1vF, S, stellarUGC 4577, MCG 12-9-12, CGCG 331-65, CGCG 332-12, NPM1G +73.0042
NGC 265008 49 58.3+70 17 58SBb14.113.31.6 × 1.2pB, pL, iF, erUGC 4603, MCG 12-9-20, CGCG 332-18
NGC 265408 49 12.0+60 13 15SBab12.711.84.2 × 0.8pF, S, F * in M, F * close spUGC 4605, MCG 10-13-17, CGCG 288-6, KARA 285, IRAS 08451+6024
NGC 265608 47 53.1+53 52 34E-S014.913.81 × 1eF, psbMMCG 9-15-25, CGCG 264-15, VV 703
NGC 267508 52 05.0+53 37 02E314.313.31.5 × 1.1vF, R, * 15 p 12sUGC 4629, MCG 9-15-37, CGCG 264-21
NGC 267608 51 35.6+47 33 30S014.413.41.2 × 1.2eeF, pS, R, 4 pB st nfUGC 4627, MCG 8-16-32, CGCG 237-22, NPM1G +47.0123
NGC 268108 53 32.5+51 18 47SB0-a11.110.33.6 × 3.3vB, vL, vg, vsmbM * 10UGC 4645, MCG 9-15-41, CGCG 264-26, ARAK 185, IRAS 08500+5130
NGC 268408 54 53.8+49 09 37Sc13.612.90.9 × 0.7F, pL, R, gbM, 4 S st nrUGC 4662, MCG 8-16-35, CGCG 237-24, IRAS 08514+4921
NGC 268508 55 34.9+58 44 05SB0-a12.111.34.6 × 2.5pF, R, F * in centreUGC 4666, MCG 10-13-39, CGCG 288-12, Arp 336, IRAS 08517+5855, PRC A-3, Helix galaxy
NGC 2686 A08 54 58.8+49 08 33C15.814.80.5 × 0.3vF, vS, D or * close fMCG 8-16-36, VV 765
NGC 2686 B08 55 00.5+49 08 32C17.216.20.3 × 0.2vF, vS, D or * close fMCG 8-16-37, VV 765
NGC 2687 A08 55 05.1+49 09 22S17.917.10.2 × 0.1vSMCG 8-16-38, VV 765
NGC 2687 B08 55 05.8+49 09 22S16.515.70.3 × 0.2vSMCG 8-16-39, VV 765
NGC 268808 55 11.4+49 07 21S016.815.80.3 × 0.2vvF, SMCG 8-16-40, NPM1G +49.0113
NGC 268908 55 25.3+49 06 55S017.316.30.3 × 0.2vvF, S
NGC 269208 56 57.8+52 03 57SBab14.113.31.3 × 0.5vF, S, R, psbMUGC 4675, MCG 9-15-57, CGCG 264-36, KCPG 179B
NGC 269308 56 59.4+51 20 52E112.811.92.6 × 1.8pB, lE, psmbMUGC 4674, MCG 9-15-55, CGCG 264-35
NGC 269408 56 59.2+51 19 57E115.414.41.2 × 1.2vF, vS, 1' s of h 535MCG 9-15-56, CGCG 264-34, NPM1G +51.0121
NGC 270108 59 05.5+53 46 14SBc12.712.32.2 × 1.6pB, fan-shaped, * 11 attUGC 4695, MCG 9-15-63, CGCG 264-43, IRAS 08554+5357
NGC 271008 59 48.4+55 42 21SBb13.712.92 × 1vF, SUGC 4705, MCG 9-15-66, CGCG 264-46, IRAS 08560+5554
NGC 272609 04 56.8+59 56 00Sa13.412.51.6 × 0.5cF, pS, iR, erUGC 4750, MCG 10-13-54, CGCG 288-18, IRAS 09010+6007
NGC 273909 06 02.7+51 44 40Sab15.514.70.9 × 0.2vF, S, R, np h 549MCG 9-15-85, CGCG 264-59, KCPG 185A
NGC 274009 06 05.0+51 44 08Sab14.814.01 × 0.9vF, pS, RMCG 9-15-86, CGCG 264-60, KCPG 185B
NGC 274209 07 33.2+60 28 46Sc12.011.43 × 1.5cB, cL, E 90°, erUGC 4779, MCG 10-13-57, CGCG 288-19, IRAS 09036+6040
NGC 2742 A09 09 57.6+62 14 49SBb/P14.013.21.6 × 0.6cB, cL, E 90°, erUGC 4803, MCG 10-13-60, CGCG 288-22, CGCG 311-30, IRAS 09059+6227
NGC 275609 09 00.9+53 50 55Sb13.212.41.7 × 1.2pB, pS, E, vgbMUGC 4796, MCG 9-15-98, CGCG 264-67, IRAS 09054+5402
NGC 276209 09 54.4+50 25 06S15.815.00.3 × 0.2vvF, S, R, 1st of 4MCG 8-17-45, CGCG 264-72
NGC 276709 10 11.8+50 24 07S14.613.80.9 × 0.7vF, sbM * 15, 2nd of 4UGC 4813, MCG 8-17-46, CGCG 264-75, NPM1G +50.0134
NGC 276809 11 37.4+60 02 11E610.89.96.4 × 3cB, cL, lE, psbMLBNUGC 4821, MCG 10-13-65, CGCG 288-26
NGC 276909 10 32.3+50 26 01Sa13.913.01.8 × 0.4pF, S, E, pslbM, 3rd of 4UGC 4816, MCG 8-17-50, CGCG 264-76, KCPG 190A
NGC 277109 10 39.7+50 22 45SBab13.512.72.3 × 1.9vF, S, lE, 4th of 4UGC 4817, MCG 8-17-51, CGCG 264-77, KCPG 190B
NGC 278709 19 18.4+69 12 13SB0-a11.810.73.1 × 1.8B, pL, lE 90°, mbM, r, vS * sf invUGC 4914, MCG 12-9-39, CGCG 332-41, IRAS 09148+6924
NGC 280009 18 35.1+52 30 53E413.812.81.4 × 0.9vF, S, lE, * att, * invUGC 4920, MCG 9-15-117, CGCG 264-94
NGC 280509 20 20.4+64 06 10SBd11.511.06.3 × 4.8vF, L, R, mbMUGC 4936, MCG 11-12-3, CGCG 312-2
NGC 281009 22 04.5+71 50 38E013.212.21.7 × 1.7F, cS, bMNGC 2810A, UGC 4954, MCG 12-9-42, CGCG 332-45
NGC 2810 B09 21 58.2+71 52 00S17.016.20.2 × 0.1F, cS, bM
NGC 281409 21 11.5+64 15 07Sb14.313.71.1 × 0.3F, S, iF, 1st of 2 (d'A not found)UGC 4952, MCG 11-12-4, CGCG 312-3, IRAS 09170+6428
NGC 282009 21 46.0+64 15 31SBc/P13.312.84.1 × 0.4F, S, E, 2nd of 2NGC 2816, IC 2458, UGC 4961, MCG 11-12-6, CGCG 312-5, MK 108, FGC 877, IRAS 09177+6428
NGC 284109 22 02.3+50 58 35Sb10.19.28.1 × 3.5vB, L, vmE 151°, vsmbM = * 10UGC 4966, MCG 9-16-5, CGCG 265-6, KARA 324
NGC 285409 24 02.9+49 12 14SBb13.813.01.6 × 0.6cF, cS, vlE, pglbMUGC 4995, MCG 8-17-92, CGCG 238-46, IRAS 09206+4925, Arp 285, KUG 0920+494A
NGC 285609 24 16.2+49 14 57Sbc14.013.21.1 × 0.5cF, cS, lE, bMUGC 4997, MCG 8-17-93, CGCG 238-47, IRAS 09208+4927, Arp 285, KUG 0920+494B
NGC 285709 24 37.7+49 21 26Sc12.912.32.2 × 2vF, pL, 4 st pUGC 5000, MCG 8-17-95, CGCG 238-49, Arp 1
NGC 287009 27 53.7+57 22 33SBbc13.813.02.5 × 0.6cF, S, E, vglbMUGC 5034, MCG 10-14-13, CGCG 289-8, KARA 335, IRAS 09241+5735
NGC 288009 29 34.6+62 29 28E/SB012.511.52 × 1.2B, cS, R, mbM, am stUGC 5051, MCG 10-14-15, CGCG 312-11
NGC 289209 32 52.8+67 37 03E014.113.11.4 × 1.4pF, pS, R, lbMUGC 5073, MCG 11-12-15, CGCG 312-15
NGC 289509 32 24.8+57 28 59SBc14.513.80.8 × 0.7vF, vS, R, vgbM, D * 7' sMCG 10-14-18, CGCG 289-9
NGC 295009 42 34.8+58 51 05SB011.810.92.7 × 1.8B, pS, R, vgvmbMNUGC 5176, MCG 10-14-32, CGCG 289-16
NGC 295909 45 08.9+68 35 42SBb/P13.612.81.3 × 1.3F, pL, R, vglbM, st nUGC 5202, MCG 12-9-62, CGCG 332-61, KCPG 211A, IRAS 09409+6849
NGC 296109 45 22.3+68 36 33Sb15.514.70.8 × 0.2cF, S, lE, nf h 618NGC 2959A, MCG 12-9-63, CGCG 332-63, KCPG 211B
NGC 297609 47 14.7+67 55 03Sc/P10.810.25.9 × 2.7B, vL, mE 152°, st invUGC 5221, MCG 11-12-25, CGCG 312-23, KUG 0943+681
NGC 298509 50 21.4+72 16 43Sb11.210.44.6 × 3.4vB, cL, R, psmbM, * inv fUGC 5253, MCG 12-10-6, CGCG 333-4, CGCG 332-67, IRAS 09459+7230
NGC 299809 48 43.6+44 04 54SBc13.112.52.7 × 1.2pF, pL, E 51°, bMN, rUGC 5250, MCG 7-20-51, CGCG 210-36, KUG 0945+443, IRAS 09455+4418
NGC 300509 49 14.9+44 07 50S?15.514.91.1 × 0.2vF, pS, E nnpssfMCG 7-20-54, IRAS 09461+4421
NGC 300609 49 17.2+44 01 32S015.914.90.7 × 0.2vF, S, stellarMCG 7-20-55, CGCG 210-37, NPM1G +44.0144, KUG 0946+442
NGC 300809 49 34.1+44 06 10S?15.414.50.5 × 0.3pF, S, E, * 13·14 p 1'MCG 7-20-59, CGCG 210-39
NGC 300909 50 11.2+44 17 43Sc14.313.60.8 × 0.7pF, R, bM, r, p of 2UGC 5264, MCG 7-20-62, CGCG 239-33, KUG 0947+445A
NGC 3010 A09 50 34.5+44 19 25S15.414.60.6 × 0.3F, psbM, rr, f of 2UGC 5273, MCG 7-20-66, CGCG 239-35, NPM1G +44.0146
NGC 3010 B09 50 33.2+44 18 53S15.314.50.7 × 0.4F, psbM, rr, f of 2UGC 5273, MCG 7-30-65, CGCG 239-35
NGC 3010 C09 50 39.4+44 19 51S15.815.00.4 × 0.2F, psbM, rr, f of 2UGC 5273, MCG 7-20-67, CGCG 239-35, KUG 0947+445B, MK 1237
NGC 302709 55 40.3+72 12 15SBcd12.211.83.9 × 1.4vF, vL, lE, rUGC 5316, MCG 12-10-9, CGCG 332-68, IRAS 09513+7226, CGCG 333-6, VV 358, KUG 0951+724
NGC 303109 55 33.5+69 04 02Sb7.96.924.9 × 11.5! eB, eL, E 156°, gsvmbMBNM 81, UGC 5318, MCG 12-10-10, IRAS 09514+6918, KCPG 218A, CGCG 333-7, Bode's nebulae
NGC 303409 55 54.0+69 40 59Sd9.38.411.2 × 4.3vB, vL, vmE (ray)M 82, UGC 5322, MCG 12-10-11, IRAS 09517+6954, KCPG 218B, CGCG 333-8, PRC D-13, Arp 337, 3C 231, Ursa Major A, Bode's nebulae
NGC 304309 56 14.4+59 18 26Sb13.412.61.7 × 0.6cF, pS, lE, vgbM, * 10 n 7'UGC 5327, MCG 10-14-52, CGCG 289-23, KARA 385, IRAS 09527+5932
NGC 306510 01 55.1+72 10 12S013.512.51.7 × 1.5pF, vS, R, bM, * 11 nrUGC 5375, MCG 12-10-14, CGCG 333-10, 7ZW 303
NGC 306610 02 10.0+72 07 32SBb/P13.612.91.1 × 1vF, vS, vglbMUGC 5379, MCG 12-10-15, MK 133, IRAS 09578+7222, KUG 0957+723, Z 0957.9+7222, CGCG 333-11
NGC 307310 00 52.2+55 37 06E/SB014.113.41.2 × 1.1vF, S, vglbMUGC 5374, MCG 9-17-7, MK 131, CGCG 265-54, CGCG 266-6
NGC 307710 03 20.3+68 44 06Sd10.69.95.2 × 4.7cB, cL, mbM, R with rayUGC 5398, MCG 12-10-17, CGCG 333-13, IRAS 09592+6858, near SAO 15054
NGC 307910 01 57.7+55 40 53SBc11.510.98.1 × 1.3vB, L, mE 135°UGC 5387, MCG 9-17-10, CGCG 266-8, IRAS 09585+5555
NGC 310210 04 31.7+60 06 28E-S014.313.30.9 × 0.9vF, vS, R, bM, * 11, 142°UGC 5418, MCG 10-15-7, CGCG 289-30, KARA 396, CGCG 290-4
NGC 311110 06 07.4+47 15 47E-S014.013.00.9 × 0.8pB, S, R, smbM * 12UGC 5441, MCG 8-19-2, CGCG 240-7, NPM1G +47.0156
NGC 313510 10 54.4+45 57 02Sbc14.313.50.9 × 0.6F, S, R, gbMUGC 5486, MCG 8-19-7, CGCG 240-15, KUG 1007+461
NGC 316410 15 11.5+56 40 20S?14.613.70.9 × 0.7eF, S, R, vglbMUGC 5527, MCG 10-15-36, CGCG 290-18
NGC 316810 16 23.0+60 14 06E114.413.41 × 0.9F, psbM, stellar, * 7·8 np 5'UGC 5536, MCG 10-15-52, CGCG 290-23
NGC 317910 17 57.2+41 06 53S014.113.11.8 × 0.5S, R, bMN, in line with 2 stUGC 5555, MCG 7-21-36, CGCG 211-37, NPM1G +41.0230
NGC 318210 19 33.0+58 12 22Sa13.012.11.8 × 1.5cB, cL, iR, vgbMUGC 5568, MCG 10-15-62, CGCG 290-27
NGC 318410 18 17.0+41 25 24SBc10.49.87.4 × 6.9pB, vL, R, vgbMUGC 5557, MCG 7-21-37, CGCG 211-38, KUG 1015+416
NGC 318810 19 42.9+57 25 23SBab14.513.70.8 × 0.6vF, pL, rUGC 5569, MCG 10-15-65, MK 31, CGCG 290-28, KUG 1016+576B
NGC 3188 A10 19 38.2+57 25 07S?17.516.60.4 × 0.2vF, pL, rMCG 10-15-64, MK 30, KUG 1016+576A
NGC 319210 19 05.1+46 27 18SBbc/P14.113.30.8 × 0.6eF, vS, (?=h 691)NGC 3191, UGC 5565, MCG 8-19-18, IRAS 10160+4642, KUG 1016+467, CGCG 240-26
NGC 319810 19 54.9+45 33 00SBc10.910.38.5 × 3.3pB, vL, mE 45°, vgbMUGC 5572, MCG 8-19-20, CGCG 240-30
NGC 320210 20 31.6+43 01 17SBa14.113.21.2 × 0.8cF, S, R, vgbM, 1st of 3UGC 5581, MCG 7-21-41, CGCG 211-44, AM 1017-262
NGC 320510 20 50.0+42 58 18P14.313.31.4 × 1.1cF, S, R, vgbM, 2nd of 3UGC 5585, MCG 7-21-42, CGCG 211-46
NGC 320610 21 47.6+56 55 51SBc12.611.92.9 × 1.9pB, cL, E, vglbMUGC 5589, MCG 10-15-69, CGCG 290-30, KUG 1018+571, IRAS 10184+5710
NGC 320710 21 00.5+42 59 09P14.313.31.3 × 0.8cF, S, R, stellar, 3rd of 3UGC 5587, MCG 7-21-43, CGCG 211-47, NPM1G +43.0161
NGC 321410 23 08.7+57 02 20S0-a14.813.90.7 × 0.3cB, vS, R, sbM, 5' p III 911MCG 10-15-71, CGCG 290-32
NGC 322010 23 44.7+57 01 36Sb13.913.11.3 × 0.5pF, cL, E 92°, * 9 f 9'.5IC 604, UGC 5614, MCG 10-15-73, CGCG 290-34
NGC 322510 25 09.9+58 08 59Sc13.312.62 × 1cF, pL, lE, vgbMUGC 5631, MCG 10-15-77, CGCG 290-37, IRAS 10218+5824
NGC 323610 26 48.4+61 16 24E?15.314.30.6 × 0.4eF, vS, psbM, 2 st 11·12 fMCG 10-15-81, CGCG 290-40, NPM1G +61.0079
NGC 323710 25 43.4+39 38 50SB014.013.01.3 × 1.3vF, vS, R, pgbMUGC 5640, MCG 7-22-3, CGCG 212-7
NGC 323810 26 42.9+57 13 34S013.912.91.4 × 1.3F, S, R, pslbMUGC 5649, MCG 10-15-80, CGCG 290-41
NGC 325910 32 34.5+65 02 28SBbc12.912.11.7 × 0.9F, S, R, gbMUGC 5717, MCG 11-13-27, CGCG 313-21, IRAS 10291+6517
NGC 326410 32 19.9+56 05 02SBm12.512.02.9 × 1.2eF, bet 2 S stUGC 5719, MCG 9-17-69, CGCG 266-54, IRAS 10291+5620
NGC 326610 33 17.6+64 44 59SB013.412.41.4 × 1.2cF, vS, R, psmbM *UGC 5725, MCG 11-13-30, CGCG 313-22
NGC 328410 36 21.3+58 37 13E314.613.60.9 × 0.6eF, vSNGC 3286, MCG 10-15-112, CGCG 290-56, KCPG 239A
NGC 328810 36 25.5+58 33 22SBbc14.814.00.9 × 0.7eF, cS, R, vglbMUGC 5752, MCG 10-15-114, CGCG 290-57, KCPG 239B
NGC 329810 37 12.2+50 07 13E-S014.913.90.9 × 0.6vF, pS, iEMCG 8-19-43, CGCG 241-1, CGCG 240-65
NGC 331010 38 45.6+53 30 12SBbc/P11.210.83.1 × 2.4cB, pL, R, vg, vsmbMN 15"UGC 5786, MCG 9-18-8, CGCG 267-4, IRAS 10356+5345, VV 356, VV 406, PRC D-15, Arp 217
NGC 331910 39 09.6+41 41 14SBc11.511.16.1 × 3.4cF, L, iE, mb, s of MUGC 5789, MCG 7-22-36, CGCG 212-33, KARA 429, KUG 1036+419
NGC 332010 39 36.5+47 23 50SBc13.012.32.2 × 1F, pS, mE, * 10 nfUGC 5794, MCG 8-20-10, CGCG 241-5, IRAS 10366+4739
NGC 334810 47 10.0+72 50 20E012.211.12 × 2B, S, ilE, psbM, * 11 282°, 21sUGC 5875, MCG 12-10-77, CGCG 333-54
NGC 335310 45 22.2+55 57 35Sb13.312.81.4 × 1F, cS, R, pgbM, * s 90"UGC 5860, MCG 9-18-22, MK 35, IRAS 10422+5613, CGCG 267-9, HARO 3
NGC 335910 46 36.3+63 13 24SBc11.010.67.2 × 4.4pB, L, E 0°, glbMUGC 5873, MCG 11-13-37, CGCG 313-33, KARA 442, IRAS 10433+6329
NGC 336410 48 29.5+72 25 30SBbc13.712.81.5 × 1.5vF, L, R, vgbM, r, D * sfUGC 5890, MCG 12-10-82, CGCG 333-56, IRAS 10448+7241
NGC 337410 48 01.0+43 11 10SBc14.413.71.3 × 0.9vF, cS, iRUGC 5901, MCG 7-22-66, CGCG 212-57, IRAS 10451+4327
NGC 339210 51 02.9+65 46 53E314.713.70.8 × 0.6vF, S, psbM, st nrMCG 11-13-42, CGCG 313-37
NGC 339410 50 39.8+65 43 40Sc13.112.41.9 × 1.4cF, S, lE, vgbMUGC 5937, MCG 11-13-41, CGCG 313-36, IRAS 10473+6559
NGC 339810 51 31.2+55 23 28Sa14.513.61 × 0.3vF, S, E, erIC 644, UGC 5954, MCG 9-18-38, CGCG 267-18
NGC 3406 110 51 43.7+51 01 22E-S013.712.70.9 × 0.6pB, R, pgbMUGC 5970, MCG 9-18-40, CGCG 267-20, KCPG 253A, PRC D-16
NGC 3406 210 51 44.6+51 01 33P13.712.90.5 × 0.3pB, R, pgbMUGC 5970, MCG 9-18-40, CGCG 267-20, KCPG 253B, PRC D-16
NGC 340710 52 17.8+61 22 46E-S014.613.61.4 × 0.7vF, vS, R, vS * nrUGC 5978, MCG 10-16-17, CGCG 291-7
NGC 340810 52 11.5+58 26 19Sc14.213.50.8 × 0.7vF, cS, R, 2 pB st sUGC 5977, MCG 10-16-16, CGCG 291-6, IRAS 10490+5842
NGC 341010 51 53.6+51 00 23S15.014.20.8 × 0.5F, pS, dif, 2' sf h 771MCG 9-18-42, CGCG 267-21, ARAK 261
NGC 341510 51 42.4+43 42 46S0-a13.512.72.1 × 1.3pB, S, vlE, stellar, 3 S st nrUGC 5969, MCG 7-22-72, CGCG 212-62, CGCG 213-1, IRAS 10488+4358
NGC 341610 51 48.3+43 45 53S?15.414.50.6 × 0.2eF (? F *), n of h 772MCG 7-22-73, CGCG 213-2, CGCG 212-63, KUG 1048+440, ARAK 260, NPM1G +44.0174
NGC 343510 54 48.2+61 17 20Sb14.013.21.8 × 1.2cF, pS, lE, vgbMUGC 6025, MCG 10-16-22, CGCG 291-12, IRAS 10517+6132
NGC 344010 53 49.5+57 07 08SBb14.013.22.1 × 0.5vF, S, lEUGC 6009, MCG 10-16-19, CGCG 291-9, IRAS 10508+5722
NGC 344510 54 35.8+56 59 24SBm12.912.61.6 × 1.4cB, pL, iR, vglbM, * 10 nf 2'UGC 6021, MCG 10-16-23, CGCG 291-11, IRAS 10515+5715, VV 14, Arp 24, KCPG 256A
NGC 344810 54 38.8+54 18 19S0-a12.511.65.6 × 1.7B, pL, mE 67°.0, gbMUGC 6024, MCG 9-18-55, CGCG 267-27, Arp 205, IRAS 10516+5434
NGC 345810 56 01.4+57 07 02SB013.312.31.4 × 0.8vB, vS, R, stellarUGC 6037, MCG 10-16-26, CGCG 291-14
NGC 346810 57 31.2+40 56 47S014.013.01.3 × 0.7F, eS, R, bMUGC 6048, MCG 7-23-6, CGCG 213-10
NGC 347010 58 44.8+59 30 38Sab14.013.21.5 × 1.2vF, S, R, vgbMUGC 6060, MCG 10-16-38, CGCG 291-16, KCPG 259A
NGC 347110 59 08.8+61 31 49Sa13.212.51.7 × 0.8vF, S, R, bMUGC 6064, MCG 10-16-39, MK 158, CGCG 291-18, IRAS 10560+6147
NGC 347810 59 27.4+46 07 23SBbc13.612.92.6 × 1.2eF, S, RUGC 6069, MCG 8-20-59, CGCG 241-51, IRAS 10565+4623
NGC 348811 01 23.6+57 40 39SBc13.612.91.8 × 1.2(h) eF, (H) cB, vlE, pS, * 13 s attUGC 6096, MCG 10-16-45, CGCG 291-22, IRAS 10583+5756
NGC 349911 03 10.9+56 13 20S0-a14.513.60.9 × 0.7vF, vS, stellarUGC 6115, MCG 9-18-80, CGCG 267-37, CGCG 291-24
NGC 351611 06 47.5+72 34 09SB012.511.71.9 × 1.4pB, vS, iR, psmbM *UGC 6153, MCG 12-11-9, CGCG 334-11, IRAS 11033+7250
NGC 3517 111 05 36.9+56 31 31Sb13.813.01 × 0.8eF, S, R, vgbMUGC 6144, MCG 10-16-57, CGCG 291-27, KCPG 266A, IRAS 11026+5647
NGC 3517 211 05 37.1+56 32 04Sb16.515.70.5 × 0.2eF, S, R, vgbMMCG 10-16-55, KCPG 266B
NGC 352711 07 18.3+28 31 40SBa14.914.01 × 0.9eF, S, * 10 p 60"UGC 6170, MCG 5-26-59, CGCG 155-66
NGC 353011 08 40.3+57 13 49S14.613.80.7 × 0.3vF, S, R, pgbMUGC 6188, MCG 10-16-64, CGCG 291-30, ARAK 278
NGC 353611 08 51.2+28 28 34SB0-a14.713.81.1 × 0.8F, S, R, bMUGC 6191, MCG 5-26-61, CGCG 155-73, DRCG 23-18, NPM1G +28.0186
NGC 353911 09 08.8+28 40 21S015.614.61.1 × 0.2eFMCG 5-26-65, CGCG 155-77, DRCG 23-38
NGC 354011 09 16.0+36 01 17SB014.313.31.4 × 1.2vF, R, psbM, * 7 p 7'NGC 3548, UGC 6196, MCG 6-25-11, CGCG 185-11, NPM1G +36.0243
NGC 354211 09 55.6+36 56 47SBbc15.014.20.8 × 0.3vF, S, irrR, lbM, rMCG 6-25-13, CGCG 185-13, IRAS 11071+3712
NGC 354311 10 56.5+61 20 49Sc14.914.21.3 × 0.3eF, vS, E 0° ±, rUGC 6213, MCG 10-16-75, CGCG 291-34
NGC 354511 10 13.1+36 58 01E014.813.80.5 × 0.5vF, vS, irrR, lbM, rNGC 3545A, MCG 6-25-17, CGCG 185-15, KCPG 273B, VV 182, NPM1G +37.0304
NGC 3545 A11 10 12.2+36 57 53E-S014.813.80.5 × 0.5vF, vS, irrR, lbM, rMCG 6-25-16, CGCG 185-15, VV 182, KCPG 273A
NGC 354911 10 56.8+53 23 17Sc12.812.13.1 × 1cB, cL, cE 160°UGC 6215, MCG 9-18-97, CGCG 267-47, IRAS 11080+5339
NGC 355011 10 38.3+28 46 04E-S014.213.21 × 1F (? Var), S, R, bM, * 9 f 1', 1st of 4UGC 6214, MCG 5-27-2, CGCG 155-82, DRCG 23-39, CGCG 156-3, KCPG 274A
NGC 355211 10 42.8+28 41 35E-S014.713.70.7 × 0.7eF, vS, 2nd of 4MCG 5-27-3, CGCG 155-85, CGCG 156-6, DRCG 23-33
NGC 355311 10 40.3+28 41 09E-S014.013.00.4 × 0.3eF, vS, forms D neb with III 352NPM1G +29.0207, * or gxy 10" sf
NGC 355411 10 47.8+28 39 38E015.214.20.5 × 0.5vF, pS, R, bM, 3rd of 4MCG 5-27-7, CGCG 155-86, CGCG 156-7, DRCG 23-32, NPM1G +28.0187
NGC 355611 11 29.4+55 40 22Sc10.710.08.6 × 2.4cB, vL, vmE 79°, pbM, rM 108, UGC 6225, MCG 9-18-98, IRAS 11085+5556, CGCG 267-48, CGCG 268-1, KARA 469
NGC 355811 10 55.9+28 32 37E114.813.80.9 × 0.8pF, SMCG 5-27-8, MK 422, CGCG 155-89, CGCG 156-10, DRCG 23-16
NGC 356111 11 13.2+28 41 48SB0-a14.713.80.8 × 0.8vF, pL, 4th of 4NGC 3561A, UGC 6224, MCG 5-27-10, CGCG 155-90, CGCG 156-11, DRCG 23-78, Arp 105, VV 237, Ambartsumians knot 30" s
NGC 3561 B11 11 13.0+28 42 43S0-a14.313.40.9 × 0.9vF, pL, 4th of 4UGC 6224, MCG 5-27-11, CGCG 155-90, DRCG 23-27, CGCG 156-11, VV 237, Arp 105, IRAS 11085+2859
NGC 356911 12 08.0+35 27 07S014.313.31.1 × 1F, vS, stellUGC 6238, MCG 6-25-20, CGCG 185-18
NGC 357711 13 44.8+48 16 24SBa14.313.41.4 × 1.1eF, vS, p of 2UGC 6257, MCG 8-21-6, CGCG 242-10, NPM1G +48.0180
NGC 358311 14 11.0+48 19 06SBb11.911.12.8 × 1.8pB, pL, R, vgmbMUGC 6263, MCG 8-21-8, CGCG 242-12, IRAS 11113+4835
NGC 358911 15 13.3+60 42 02SBcd14.513.81.5 × 0.8vF, L, E, vgbM, in Δ of L stUGC 6275, MCG 10-16-96, CGCG 291-46, near SAO 15447 and 15449
NGC 359411 16 13.9+55 42 17SB014.713.71.3 × 1.2vF, vS, stellarUGC 6286, MCG 9-19-22, CGCG 267-58, CGCG 268-11, NPM1G +55.0115
NGC 359511 15 25.4+47 26 49E-S013.112.11.6 × 0.7vF, vS, vlE, stellar, cB * nUGC 6280, MCG 8-21-9, CGCG 242-14, near SAO 43659
NGC 360011 15 52.0+41 35 28Sa12.611.74.1 × 0.8pF, S, lE 0° ±, vgbMUGC 6283, MCG 7-23-38, MK 1443, IRAS 11130+4152, CGCG 213-38, KUG 1113+418
NGC 361011 18 24.9+58 47 12E511.710.82.7 × 2.3vB, pS, lE 90° ±, vsvmbMSNUGC 6319, MCG 10-16-107, CGCG 291-48
NGC 361311 18 35.9+58 00 02E611.810.93.9 × 1.9vB, cL, mE 305°, smbMNUGC 6323, MCG 10-16-109, CGCG 291-49
NGC 361411 18 21.6+45 44 55Sc12.311.64.6 × 2.6F, pL, lE 90° ±, glbM, rUGC 6318, MCG 8-21-15, CGCG 242-19, IRAS 11155+4601
NGC 3614 A11 18 11.8+45 43 01SBm15.014.40.7 × 0.7F, pL, lE 90° ±, glbM, rMCG 8-21-14
NGC 361911 19 21.5+57 45 30S0-a12.411.52.7 × 2.3cB, cL, R, vgmbMUGC 6330, MCG 10-16-115, CGCG 291-54, IRAS 11164+5802
NGC 362211 20 12.2+67 14 31S?13.713.21.2 × 0.5pB, S, R, gbMUGC 6339, CGCG 314-20, IRAS 11171+6730
NGC 362511 20 31.2+57 46 52SBb13.913.12 × 0.6F, S, lE 135° ±UGC 6348, MCG 10-16-120, CGCG 291-57
NGC 363111 21 02.7+53 10 11Sc11.010.45 × 3.7pB, L, R, svmbMrNUGC 6360, MCG 9-19-47, CGCG 268-21, Arp 27, VV 363, IRAS 11181+5326
NGC 364211 22 17.5+59 04 30Sbc11.711.25.5 × 4.7pB, pL, R, vgbMUGC 6385, MCG 10-16-128, CGCG 291-62, IRAS 11194+5920
NGC 364811 22 31.3+39 52 37S013.612.61.3 × 0.8pB, S, pmE, bMN = close ** ?UGC 6389, MCG 7-23-43, CGCG 213-43, CGCG 214-2
NGC 365211 22 39.0+37 45 54SBc/P12.912.22.6 × 0.7pF, cL, lE, vgbMUGC 6392, MCG 6-25-55, CGCG 185-49, ARAK 291, IRAS 11199+3802
NGC 365411 24 10.9+69 24 46S?13.712.81.2 × 0.6F, S, lE 15° ±UGC 6407, MCG 12-11-22, CGCG 334-29, IRAS 11211+6941
NGC 365611 23 38.6+53 50 32E?13.312.31.6 × 1.6pB, S, R, vgbM, * 12 pUGC 6403, MCG 9-19-63, CGCG 268-29, IRAS 11208+5406, Arp 155, VV 22, KCPG 282B
NGC 365711 23 55.4+52 55 16SBc/P13.112.41.1 × 0.7cF, vS, R, stellarUGC 6406, MCG 9-19-65, CGCG 268-30, IRAS 11212+5310
NGC 365811 23 58.5+38 33 49S013.112.21.8 × 1.7F, S, R, svmbMN = * 14 magUGC 6409, MCG 7-24-2, CGCG 214-3
NGC 366511 24 43.6+38 45 47S011.810.84.3 × 3.3cB, cL, iR, pgmbMUGC 6426, MCG 7-24-3, CGCG 214-4, IRAS 11220+3902
NGC 366811 25 30.3+63 26 47Sbc13.112.31.7 × 1.3F, pS, iR, gbM, * 9 npUGC 6430, MCG 11-14-23, CGCG 314-26, IRAS 11225+6343
NGC 366911 25 26.5+57 43 17SBcd13.112.42 × 0.5vF, pL, pmE 135° ±, erUGC 6431, MCG 10-16-135, CGCG 291-67, IRAS 11226+5759
NGC 367111 25 52.5+60 28 48C15.814.80.5 × 0.4vF, vS, 2 vS st invCGCG 291-68, NPM1G +60.0100
NGC 367411 26 26.3+57 02 55S013.312.31.7 × 0.6pF, iFUGC 6444, MCG 10-16-138, CGCG 291-69
NGC 367511 26 08.1+43 35 11Sb11.010.25.9 × 3.1vB, cL, vmE 0° ±, vsmbMN, many st pUGC 6439, MCG 7-24-4, CGCG 214-5
NGC 367711 26 17.6+46 58 28S0-a13.512.61.9 × 1.5eF, S, R, vsbM *, 2 st 11 nfUGC 6441, MCG 8-21-35, CGCG 242-35, IRAS 11235+4714, NPM1G +47.0198, KCPG 284A
NGC 368311 27 31.7+56 52 40SBc13.212.51.8 × 0.7cB, pL, EUGC 6458, MCG 10-16-143, CGCG 291-72, IRAS 11247+5709
NGC 3683 A11 29 11.6+57 07 59SBc12.611.92.4 × 1.7cB, pL, EUGC 6484, MCG 10-17-6, CGCG 291-75, IRAS 11263+5724
NGC 368711 28 00.5+29 30 40SBbc12.812.01.9 × 1.9pB, pS, R, lbM, rUGC 6463, MCG 5-27-73, MK 736, CGCG 156-78, KUG 1125+297
NGC 3690 A11 28 30.3+58 33 40Sb/P12.011.21.6 × 1.4pB, pS, vlE 80° ±, pgbM, S st sf nrUGC 6472, MCG 10-17-2, MK 171, IRAS 11257+5850, CGCG 291-73, VV 118, Arp 299, KCPG 288A
NGC 3690 B11 28 32.6+58 33 52Sb/P11.710.92 × 1.4pB, pS, vlE 80° ±, pgbM, S st sf nrUGC 6472, MCG 10-17-3, KCPG 288B, IRAS 11257+5850, CGCG 291-73, VV 118, Arp 299
NGC 369411 28 54.0+35 24 50E213.712.71 × 0.8cF, S, R, mbMUGC 6480, MCG 6-25-76, CGCG 185-70, ARAK 296, IRAS 11262+3541
NGC 369511 29 17.3+35 34 32SBbc14.713.90.9 × 0.7eF, pS, h 899 4' sNGC 3698, UGC 6490, MCG 6-25-78, CGCG 185-71
NGC 370011 29 38.5+35 30 54SBab14.814.01 × 0.7eF, h 899 pUGC 6494, MCG 6-25-79, CGCG 185-73
NGC 371411 31 53.6+28 21 31Sa14.213.31.3 × 0.8F, S, R, psbMNGC 3712, UGC 6516, MCG 5-27-85, CGCG 156-95, ARAK 297, KUG 1129+286
NGC 371811 32 34.7+53 04 02SBa/P11.610.88.1 × 4pB, vL, R, vglbMUGC 6524, MCG 9-19-114, CGCG 268-48, IRAS 11298+5320, Arp 214, PRC D-18, KCPG 290A
NGC 372511 33 40.7+61 53 20SBc13.713.01.2 × 0.9cF, S, R, gvlbM, rUGC 6542, MCG 10-17-15, MK 179, IRAS 11308+6209, CGCG 291-78, CGCG 292-5
NGC 372611 33 20.8+47 01 40SBc10.910.46 × 4.1pB, vL, lE 0°, vsmbM * 15, * 11 nUGC 6537, MCG 8-21-51, CGCG 242-45, IRAS 11306+4718
NGC 372911 33 49.2+53 07 35SBa/P12.011.42.9 × 1.9pB, pL, lE 0° ±, gbM, * 12 nrUGC 6547, MCG 9-19-117, CGCG 268-51, IRAS 11310+5324, KUG 1131+534, KCPG 290B
NGC 373311 35 01.7+54 51 01SBc12.912.44.9 × 2.2eF, S, iR, * 6 m sfUGC 6554, MCG 9-19-123, CGCG 268-55, VV 459, near SAO 28064
NGC 373711 35 36.2+54 56 56SB013.812.80.8 × 0.7vF, stellarUGC 6563, MCG 9-19-128, CGCG 268-58
NGC 3737 A11 35 31.2+54 55 52S015.814.80.7 × 0.5vF, stellar
NGC 373811 35 48.2+54 31 26Im12.111.72.5 × 1.9pB, pL, bMUGC 6565, MCG 9-19-130, CGCG 268-60, IRAS 11330+5448, Arp 234, KUG 1133+548
NGC 374011 36 12.1+59 58 36S14.914.00.9 × 0.4vF, vS, R, vgbMUGC 6573, MCG 10-17-23, CGCG 292-8, SBS 1133+602
NGC 374111 36 06.0+45 17 03Im14.314.01.4 × 0.8vF, S, R, vgbMUGC 6572, MCG 8-21-68, CGCG 242-57
NGC 375511 36 33.2+36 24 37SBc/P13.512.83.4 × 1.4eF, pL, pmE, gbMUGC 6577, MCG 6-26-8, CGCG 186-12, KUG 1133+366B
NGC 375611 36 47.8+54 17 39SBbc12.111.54.2 × 2.1pF, L, lEUGC 6579, MCG 9-19-134, CGCG 268-63, KUG 1134+545, IRAS 11340+5434
NGC 375711 37 02.9+58 24 58S013.612.61.1 × 1.1vF, R, stellar, vS * 1 d sfUGC 6584, MCG 10-17-26, CGCG 292-10
NGC 375911 36 53.8+54 49 23SB014.213.31.1 × 1.1F, S, iR, * 11 nrUGC 6581, MCG 9-19-136, CGCG 268-64
NGC 3759 A11 36 58.0+55 09 44SBc/P14.313.61.2 × 1.1F, S, iR, * 11 nrUGC 6582, MCG 9-19-135, CGCG 268-65, IRAS 11342+5526
NGC 376211 37 23.8+61 45 33Sa13.512.61.8 × 0.5F, vlE, gbMUGC 6591, MCG 10-17-27, CGCG 292-11
NGC 376911 37 44.1+47 53 36SBb12.611.72.9 × 1pB, S, pmEUGC 6595, MCG 8-21-76, CGCG 242-65, Arp 280, KCPG 294A
NGC 3769 A11 37 50.5+47 52 54SBm/P14.814.20.9 × 0.3pB, S, pmEMCG 8-21-77, CGCG 242-66, Arp 280, KCPG 294B, IRAS 11350+4809
NGC 377011 37 58.7+59 37 02SBa13.712.81 × 0.7pF, S, R, gbM, rUGC 6600, MCG 10-17-28, CGCG 292-12, IRAS 11352+5953
NGC 378011 39 21.9+56 16 14Sc12.211.53 × 2.4pF, L, vlE, vgbM, rUGC 6615, MCG 9-19-150, CGCG 292-14, IRAS 11366+5632
NGC 378211 39 20.5+46 30 47SBcd13.112.41.6 × 1.1F, S, att to * 15, another * invUGC 6618, MCG 8-21-87, CGCG 242-71, IRAS 11366+4647
NGC 378611 39 42.5+31 54 31SBa/P13.312.32.1 × 1.1pB, pL, E 57°, gbM, p of 2UGC 6621, MCG 5-28-8, MK 744, KCPG 295A, CGCG 157-9, VV 228, Arp 294, KUG 1137+321
NGC 378811 39 44.7+31 55 50SBab/P13.412.62.1 × 0.7cB, pL, pmE 177°, pgbMUGC 6623, MCG 5-28-9, CGCG 157-10, KCPG 295B, Arp 294, VV 228, KUG 1137+321
NGC 379411 40 54.0+56 12 06SBc13.612.92.2 × 1.5cF, pS, vS * v nrNGC 3804, UGC 6640, MCG 9-19-153, IRAS 11381+5628, CGCG 268-70, CGCG 292-19
NGC 379511 40 06.7+58 36 45Sbc14.013.22.1 × 0.5vF, S, mEUGC 6629, MCG 10-17-38, CGCG 292-17, IRAS 11373+5853
NGC 3795 A11 39 21.3+58 16 07Scd14.213.52.4 × 2.2vF, S, mEUGC 6616, MCG 10-17-35, CGCG 292-15
NGC 3795 B11 38 08.6+58 45 29E-S014.213.20.9 × 0.9vF, S, mEUGC 6604, MCG 10-17-29, CGCG 292-13
NGC 379611 40 31.0+60 17 56S?13.512.61.3 × 0.9F, cS, R, mbMUGC 6638, MCG 10-17-39, CGCG 292-18
NGC 380911 41 15.9+59 53 10S013.712.71 × 0.8pB, S, R, glbMUGC 6649, MCG 10-17-40, CGCG 292-20, ARAK 310
NGC 381111 41 16.5+47 41 28SBc/P12.912.32.2 × 1.7F, S, vlE, glbMUGC 6650, MCG 8-21-91, MK 185, CGCG 242-74, IRAS 11386+4758
NGC 381311 41 18.5+36 32 48Sb12.211.72 × 1cB, pL, pmE 90° ±, bMUGC 6651, MCG 6-26-19, CGCG 186-24
NGC 382411 42 44.8+52 46 48Sa14.513.61.3 × 0.7vF, cS, pmEUGC 6676, MCG 9-19-161, CGCG 268-73, IRAS 11400+5303
NGC 382911 43 27.3+52 42 41SBb14.814.01 × 0.6vF, vSUGC 6690, MCG 9-19-164, CGCG 268-74, KUG 1140+529, IRAS 11407+5259
NGC 383511 44 05.0+60 07 13Sab13.212.41.8 × 0.7pB, E, gbM, ** 8 sf 5'UGC 6703, MCG 10-17-55, CGCG 292-21, IRAS 11413+6023
NGC 3835 A11 47 22.8+60 18 02Sb13.913.11 × 1pB, E, gbM, ** 8 sf 5'UGC 6762, MCG 10-17-68, CGCG 292-29, IRAS 11447+6034, SBS 1144+605
NGC 383811 44 13.4+57 56 55S0-a13.312.31.4 × 0.6pB, cS, E, psbM * 12UGC 6707, MCG 10-17-56, CGCG 292-22
NGC 384611 44 28.9+55 39 08Sbc14.213.41 × 0.7F, pL, R, vgbMUGC 6710, MCG 9-19-171, CGCG 268-78, DRCG 24-16, IRAS 11417+5556
NGC 3846 A11 44 14.8+55 02 06SBm13.913.31.9 × 1.5F, pL, R, vgbMUGC 6706, MCG 9-19-169, CGCG 268-76, VV 320, KUG 1141+553B
NGC 384711 44 14.0+33 30 52E014.313.31.1 × 1.1F, S, R, psbMNGC 3856, UGC 6708, MCG 6-26-23, CGCG 186-32
NGC 385011 45 35.5+55 53 12SBc14.013.32.1 × 1eF, pL, lEUGC 6733, MCG 9-19-174, CGCG 268-79
NGC 385511 44 25.8+33 21 21SBb14.814.01.2 × 0.9eF, vS, PD doubtfulIC 2953, UGC 6709, MCG 6-26-25, CGCG 186-33
NGC 387011 45 56.6+50 12 02S013.513.01 × 0.8cF, cS, R, psbMUGC 6742, MCG 8-22-1, MK 186, CGCG 268-81, IRAS 11432+5028
NGC 387111 46 10.1+33 06 34Sb15.614.81.4 × 0.5eF, R, gbM, 1st of 4 (?)IC 2959, UGC 6744, MCG 6-26-31, CGCG 186-41
NGC 387711 46 07.3+47 29 40Sc11.811.05.3 × 1.2B, L, mE 37°UGC 6745, MCG 8-22-2, CGCG 243-4, IRAS 11434+4746
NGC 387811 46 17.7+33 12 18E013.812.80.5 × 0.5vF, R, 2nd of 4MCG 6-26-32, CGCG 186-42, NPM1G +33.0229
NGC 388011 46 22.2+33 09 44E014.913.90.7 × 0.7vF, R, gbM, 3rd of 4MCG 6-26-33, CGCG 186-43, NPM1G +33.0230
NGC 388111 46 34.4+33 06 25S0-a14.813.90.7 × 0.7vF, R, gbM, 4th of 4MCG 6-26-34, CGCG 186-46, NPM1G +33.0232
NGC 388811 47 34.9+55 57 58SBc12.712.11.8 × 1.4pB, S, lE, pgbMUGC 6765, MCG 9-19-189, MK 188, IRAS 11449+5614, CGCG 268-85, VV 455, KUG 1144+562
NGC 388911 47 48.1+56 01 07S015.814.80.7 × 0.4vF, vS, 5' s of II 785MCG 9-19-191, DRCG 24-45
NGC 389111 48 03.2+30 21 35Sbc13.212.42 × 1.7pB, S, bMUGC 6772, MCG 5-28-31, CGCG 157-35
NGC 389311 48 38.2+48 42 41SBc10.910.54.5 × 2.8B, pL, R, mbMUGC 6778, MCG 8-22-7, CGCG 243-8, KCPG 302A
NGC 389411 48 50.2+59 24 59E412.611.62.8 × 1.7B, pL, iR, pgmbM, p of 2UGC 6779, MCG 10-17-78, CGCG 292-33, KCPG 303A
NGC 389511 49 03.8+59 25 59SBa14.013.11.1 × 0.8pF, pL, vlE, gbM, f of 2UGC 6785, MCG 10-17-80, CGCG 292-35, KCPG 303B
NGC 389611 48 56.3+48 40 29SB0-a13.812.91.5 × 1F, vSUGC 6781, MCG 8-22-8, CGCG 243-9, KCPG 302B
NGC 389711 48 59.4+35 00 57SBbc13.612.91.9 × 1.9F, S, R, bMUGC 6784, MCG 6-26-41, CGCG 186-54
NGC 389811 49 15.3+56 05 05Sab11.610.74.4 × 2.6B, pL, lE, svmbMUGC 6787, MCG 9-19-204, CGCG 268-88, CGCG 269-2, IRAS 11465+5621
NGC 390611 49 40.2+48 25 32SBcd13.812.91.8 × 1.7eF, pLUGC 6797, MCG 8-22-12, CGCG 243-11, IRAS 11469+4842
NGC 391311 50 38.4+55 21 14Sd13.212.62.6 × 2.6F, EIC 740, UGC 6813, MCG 9-20-1, IRAS 11480+5537, CGCG 268-92, CGCG 269-4, KUG 1148+556
NGC 391611 50 51.2+55 08 37Sb14.713.91.5 × 0.4eF, R, gbMUGC 6819, MCG 9-20-5, CGCG 269-6, CGCG 268-94, IRAS 11481+5525
NGC 391711 50 45.6+51 49 29Sc12.511.85 × 1.1F, L, vmE, vgbMUGC 6815, MCG 9-20-8, CGCG 269-5, CGCG 268-93, IRAS 11481+5206
NGC 392111 51 06.8+55 04 46S0-a13.112.42.1 × 1.3pF, S, R, pspmbMUGC 6823, MCG 9-20-9, MK 430, IRAS 11484+5521, KUG 1148+553, 1ZW 28, VV 31, Arp 224, CGCG 268-95, CGCG 269-7
NGC 392211 51 13.4+50 09 24S0-a13.712.81.7 × 0.8vF, vSNGC 3924, UGC 6824, MCG 8-22-17, CGCG 243-17, CGCG 269-8
NGC 392811 51 47.6+48 40 59E013.212.61.5 × 1.5pF, S, R, pspmbMUGC 6834, MCG 8-22-19, MK 190, IRAS 11491+4857, CGCG 243-19, Miniature spiral
NGC 393011 51 45.7+38 00 52SBc13.112.43 × 2.3eF, cL, iF, glbM, * 7 fUGC 6833, MCG 6-26-45, CGCG 186-59, KUG 1149+382
NGC 3930 A11 52 02.2+38 01 11S?16.515.70.3 × 0.2eF, cL, iF, glbM, * 7 f
NGC 393111 51 13.4+52 00 05E-S014.413.41.1 × 0.9eF, SNGC 3917A, UGC 6925, MCG 9-20-11, CGCG 269-9, NPM1G +52.0151, CGCG 268-96
NGC 393511 52 23.9+32 24 16Sb14.113.31.1 × 0.5pF, S, lE, psbMUGC 6843, MCG 6-26-49, CGCG 186-61, KUG 1149+326
NGC 393811 52 49.2+44 07 17Sc10.910.45.4 × 4.9B, vL, R, bMpBN, erUGC 6856, MCG 7-25-1, CGCG 214-34, CGCG 215-2, IRAS 11502+4423
NGC 394111 52 55.3+36 59 13SB011.310.33.5 × 2.5vB, pL, R, smbM * 9UGC 6857, MCG 6-26-51, CGCG 186-62
NGC 394511 53 13.4+60 40 31SB011.810.95.2 × 3.5B, pL, R, gmbM, r, * 12 spUGC 6860, MCG 10-17-96, CGCG 292-42, IRAS 11506+6056
NGC 394911 53 41.4+47 51 36Sbc11.511.12.9 × 1.7cB, pL, pmE, vgbMUGC 6869, MCG 8-22-29, CGCG 243-25, IRAS 11510+4808
NGC 395011 53 41.1+47 53 06E?16.715.70.3 × 0.3eF, 2'.6 n of h 1009MCG 8-22-30
NGC 395311 53 48.4+52 19 30SBbc10.810.16.9 × 3.6cB, L, E 0° ±, vsbMLrNUGC 6870, MCG 9-20-26, CGCG 269-13
NGC 395811 54 33.5+58 22 00SBa13.813.01.3 × 0.5pF, pS, pmE, vgbMUGC 6880, MCG 10-17-98, CGCG 292-43
NGC 396311 54 58.8+58 29 36SBbc12.511.92.7 × 2.4pF, cL, R, vg, sbMUGC 6884, MCG 10-17-100, CGCG 292-44, IRAS 11523+5846
NGC 397111 55 36.3+29 59 45S013.712.71.4 × 1.2pF, vS, R, bMNGC 3984, UGC 6899, MCG 5-28-47, CGCG 157-54
NGC 397211 55 45.3+55 19 12SBbc13.012.33.7 × 1pB, EUGC 6904, MCG 9-20-32, CGCG 269-16, IRAS 11531+5535
NGC 397511 55 53.7+60 31 47Sb16.115.30.7 × 0.3vF, vS, II 840 f 17sMCG 10-17-103
NGC 397711 56 07.3+55 23 27Sab14.213.41.5 × 1.4F, SNGC 3980, UGC 6909, MCG 9-20-34, CGCG 269-17
NGC 397811 56 10.6+60 31 22SBbc13.312.71.7 × 1.5cF, S, lE, bM, * 8 90°, 6'UGC 6910, MCG 10-17-105, CGCG 292-47, IRAS 11535+6047
NGC 398211 56 28.0+55 07 30SBb11.811.02.3 × 2B, pL, R, g, sbM discUGC 6918, MCG 9-20-36, CGCG 269-19, KUG 1153+554, IRAS 11538+5524
NGC 398511 56 41.5+48 20 08SBm13.212.51.3 × 0.8vF, cS, another suspectedUGC 6921, MCG 8-22-45, CGCG 243-31, IRAS 11541+4836, ARAK 334, KCPG 310B
NGC 398611 56 44.2+32 01 17S0-a13.612.73.1 × 0.7pF, S, pmE 90° ±, * 11 nrNGC 3966, UGC 6920, MCG 5-28-53, CGCG 157-58, IRAS 11541+3217
NGC 399011 57 35.5+55 27 31E-S013.412.61.4 × 0.8pF, S, lE, pslbMUGC 6938, MCG 9-20-43, CGCG 269-24
NGC 399111 57 30.7+32 20 08Im/P13.513.11.3 × 0.3F, S, lE, 1st of 3UGC 6933, MCG 6-26-60, CGCG 186-73, IRAS 11549+3237, KCPG 311A, HARO 5, KUG 1154+326, Arp 313, VV 523
NGC 399211 57 35.4+53 22 25SBbc10.69.87.5 × 4.4cB, vL, pmE, sbMBrNM 109, UGC 6937, MCG 9-20-44, CGCG 269-23, IRAS 11549+5339
NGC 399411 57 36.8+32 16 39Sc/P13.312.70.9 × 0.5pB, vS, 2nd of 3UGC 6936, MCG 6-26-59, CGCG 186-74, KCPG 311B, ARAK 337, VV 249, Arp 313, KUG 1155+325A
NGC 399511 57 44.0+32 17 35SBm12.712.42.6 × 0.9F, pL, iR, bM, 3rd of 3UGC 6944, MCG 6-26-61, CGCG 186-75, IRAS 11550+3234, Arp 313, VV 249, KUG 1155+325B
NGC 399811 57 55.9+55 27 14S011.610.72.7 × 2.3cB, pS, R, vg, smbMUGC 6946, MCG 9-20-46, CGCG 269-25
NGC 400111 58 06.7+47 20 07dE415.915.30.7 × 0.3S, R, 7' np h 1040MCG 8-22-47, CGCG 243-33, NPM1G +47.0214
NGC 401011 58 37.1+47 15 37SBcd13.012.64.2 × 0.9F, pL, mE, vglbMUGC 6964, MCG 8-22-49, CGCG 243-34
NGC 401311 58 31.3+43 56 50Sb12.211.25.2 × 1B, cL, mE 62°, vsvmbM * 10UGC 6963, MCG 7-25-9, CGCG 215-10, IRAS 11559+4413
NGC 402011 58 56.8+30 24 49SBcd13.412.71.9 × 1pB, pL, E 19°.5, biNUGC 6971, MCG 5-28-66, CGCG 157-72, IRAS 11563+3041
NGC 402511 59 10.0+37 47 32SBc14.013.62.5 × 1.4eF, pL, RUGC 6982, MCG 6-26-64, DDO 107, CGCG 186-80, KUG 1156+380
NGC 402611 59 25.0+50 57 43S011.710.85.2 × 1.3vB, cL, mE 176°, vsvmbMBNUGC 6985, MCG 9-20-52, CGCG 269-29
NGC 403112 00 31.3+31 56 48Sb15.214.40.7 × 0.4eF, vS, * 17 v nr southMCG 5-28-75, CGCG 157-82, ARAK 341
NGC 403612 01 27.0+61 53 46E-S011.610.74.3 × 1.7vB, vL, EUGC 7005, MCG 10-17-125, CGCG 292-59, IRAS 11588+6210
NGC 404112 02 11.9+62 08 13Sbc11.911.32.7 × 2.6B, cL, R, g, psvmbMrNUGC 7014, MCG 10-17-129, CGCG 292-61, ARAK 342, IRAS 11596+6224
NGC 404712 02 50.6+48 38 12Sb13.012.21.6 × 1.3pB, pS, RUGC 7025, MCG 8-22-58, CGCG 243-37, IRAS 12002+4854
NGC 405112 03 09.6+44 31 55SBbc10.810.25.2 × 3.9B, vL, E, vgvsmbM * 11UGC 7030, MCG 8-22-59, CGCG 243-38, IRAS 12005+4448
NGC 4054 112 03 12.3+57 53 36S15.214.40.5 × 0.3eF, SMCG 10-17-131, CGCG 292-62, VV 136
NGC 4054 212 03 13.7+57 53 29C16.015.00.8 × 0.7eF, SMCG 10-17-131, CGCG 292-62, VV 136
NGC 406212 04 03.8+31 53 43SBc11.911.14 × 1.8pB, vL, mE 97°, vgbMUGC 7045, MCG 5-29-4, CGCG 158-8, IRAS 12015+3210, KARA 518, KUG 1201+321
NGC 406812 04 02.3+52 35 26Im13.012.42.5 × 1.6pF, S, stellarIC 757, UGC 7047, MCG 9-20-79, CGCG 269-31
NGC 408112 04 33.2+64 26 14Sa13.812.91.5 × 0.6F, S, mE, D * nrUGC 7062, MCG 11-15-15, CGCG 315-10, IRAS 12020+6442
NGC 408512 05 22.4+50 21 12SBc13.012.42.8 × 0.8B, pL, pmE 78°, vsbMUGC 7075, MCG 9-20-86, CGCG 269-32, IRAS 12028+5037
NGC 408812 05 34.6+50 32 26SBbc11.210.65.6 × 2.1B, cL, E 55°, lbMUGC 7081, MCG 9-20-89, CGCG 269-33, Arp 18, VV 357, IRAS 12030+5049
NGC 409612 06 00.9+47 28 33SBc11.510.96.5 × 1.8pB, vL, mE 32°UGC 7090, MCG 8-22-67, CGCG 243-43, IRAS 12034+4745
NGC 409712 06 02.4+36 51 50S014.413.41.2 × 0.7eF, vS, R, stellar, * 10 sp 2'UGC 7092, MCG 6-27-4, CGCG 187-4
NGC 410012 06 08.3+49 34 58Sbc11.911.25.4 × 1.7pB, vL, vmE 161°, vgvlbMUGC 7095, MCG 8-22-68, CGCG 243-44, IRAS 12036+4951
NGC 410212 06 23.3+52 42 39SBb12.111.23.1 × 1.7B, pS, R, bMBN, * 12 sp, v nrUGC 7096, MCG 9-20-94, CGCG 269-36, IRAS 12038+5259
NGC 414112 09 47.4+58 50 58SBc14.413.71.3 × 0.9vF, pS, lE, gbM, rUGC 7147, MCG 10-17-152, CGCG 292-74
NGC 414212 09 30.2+53 06 14SBcd14.013.32.2 × 1.2vF, S, iF, vglbM, erUGC 7140, MCG 9-20-102, CGCG 269-37
NGC 414412 09 59.3+46 27 26SBc12.111.66.1 × 1.5pF, cL, vmE 109°, vgbMUGC 7151, MCG 8-22-77, CGCG 243-48, IRAS 12074+4644
NGC 414912 10 32.8+58 18 14S?14.113.21.3 × 0.3F, S, ENGC 4154, UGC 7167, CGCG 292-76, MCG 10-17-155, IRAS 12080+5834
NGC 415712 11 04.4+50 29 05SBb12.211.46.7 × 1.2pF, cL, vmE 60° ± (double?)UGC 7183, MCG 9-20-106, CGCG 269-38, FGC 1380, IRAS 12085+5045
NGC 416112 11 32.9+57 44 15Sc13.713.01.1 × 0.7F, S, RUGC 7191, MCG 10-18-2, CGCG 292-78, IRAS 12090+5800
NGC 417212 12 14.7+56 10 35S?14.213.31.3 × 1.1F, S, lE, gbMUGC 7205, MCG 9-20-109, CGCG 269-39, CGCG 292-80
NGC 418112 12 48.9+52 54 14E-S015.014.00.8 × 0.6eF, S, stellarMCG 9-20-111, CGCG 269-41, NPM1G +53.0123
NGC 419412 14 09.7+54 31 35IBm/P13.012.52.7 × 1.6pB, vS, vsbM * 12UGC 7241, MCG 9-20-119, MK 201, CGCG 269-43, 1ZW 33, VV 261, Arp 160, IRAS 12116+5448
NGC 419512 14 18.1+59 36 56SBc14.914.21.6 × 1.4eFUGC 7244, MCG 10-18-10, CGCG 292-83, CGCG 293-4
NGC 419812 14 21.8+56 00 42S0-a14.513.61 × 0.6pF, pS, lE, gbMIC 778, UGC 7246, MCG 9-20-123, CGCG 269-45
NGC 4199 112 14 48.6+59 54 23S?15.214.30.5 × 0.5vF, SUGC 7253, MCG 10-18-11, CGCG 292-84, CGCG 293-5, VV 183
NGC 4199 212 14 51.7+59 54 30E016.015.00.3 × 0.3vF, SUGC 7253, MCG 10-18-11, CGCG 292-84, CGCG 293-5, VV 183
NGC 427112 19 32.7+56 44 14E-S013.612.61.5 × 1.3pB, pL, iFUGC 7375, MCG 10-18-25, CGCG 293-10
NGC 428412 20 12.8+58 05 36Sbc14.313.52.5 × 1.2cF, lE, p of 2UGC 7393, MCG 10-18-26, CGCG 293-11, KCPG 329A
NGC 429012 20 47.5+58 05 33SBab12.812.02.2 × 1.6pB, L, R, gmbMUGC 7402, MCG 10-18-29, CGCG 293-12, KCPG 329B, IRAS 12183+5822
NGC 433512 23 01.9+58 26 40E213.412.41.9 × 1.5pB, S, E, gbMUGC 7455, MCG 10-18-35, CGCG 293-15
NGC 435812 24 02.1+58 23 07S014.213.21 × 0.8cF, cS, lENGC 4362, UGC 7479, MCG 10-18-38, CGCG 293-17
NGC 436412 24 11.3+58 21 39S?14.613.71.1 × 0.4vF, cS, R, rMCG 10-18-39, CGCG 293-18, CGCG 293-17
NGC 438412 25 11.9+54 30 22Sa/P13.513.01.3 × 1cF, S, iRUGC 7506, MCG 9-20-168, MK 207, CGCG 269-55, IRAS 12227+5446
NGC 450012 31 22.0+57 57 54SBa13.112.51.6 × 1.1B, cS, E, pgbM, * 9 f 50"UGC 7667, MCG 10-18-62, MK 213, CGCG 293-26, IRAS 12290+5814
NGC 451112 32 07.9+56 28 16Sbc14.914.11.1 × 0.5pF, vS, iR, vgbMMCG 10-18-63, CGCG 293-27, SBS 1229+567
NGC 454712 34 51.8+58 55 02E-S015.514.50.5 × 0.4vF, pS, E, vgbM, * 9 f 2', p of 2MCG 10-18-69, CGCG 293-30, NPM1G +59.0111
NGC 454912 35 21.3+58 56 58S16.015.20.4 × 0.2eF, pS, E, f of 2MCG 10-18-72
NGC 456612 36 00.2+54 13 14Sbc13.813.11.3 × 0.9pF, S, iR, gbMUGC 7769, MCG 9-21-24, CGCG 270-12, KARA 539
NGC 460512 39 59.3+61 36 30SBc/P10.910.35.9 × 2.4B, L, vmE 118°.6, glbMUGC 7831, MCG 10-18-74, CGCG 293-31, KARA 543, IRAS 12378+6152
NGC 464412 42 42.6+55 08 43SBb/P14.613.91.6 × 0.5vF, S, R, gbMNGC 4644A, UGC 7887, MCG 9-21-30, CGCG 270-14, KCPG 352A
NGC 4644 B12 42 52.8+55 08 44Sc15.815.10.9 × 0.2vF, S, R, gbMMCG 9-21-32, KCPG 352B
NGC 464612 42 52.1+54 51 24S014.413.41 × 0.8F, S, 4 vS st spUGC 7892, MCG 9-21-31, CGCG 270-15
NGC 465212 43 19.7+58 57 55Sb15.414.61 × 0.2pF, pL, gbM, 2 B st 6' npMCG 10-18-78, CGCG 293-35
NGC 466912 44 46.7+54 52 34Sb14.113.21.8 × 0.6F, E (? r)UGC 7925, MCG 9-21-38, CGCG 270-18
NGC 467512 45 31.7+54 44 14SBb15.114.31.6 × 0.6cF, S, lEUGC 7935, MCG 9-21-39, CGCG 270-19, IRAS 12432+5500
NGC 468612 46 39.7+54 32 04Sa13.612.62 × 0.6pF, vS, vmE, vsmbMUGC 7946, MCG 9-21-44, CGCG 270-21
NGC 469512 47 32.0+54 22 28SBbc14.313.51.1 × 0.7eF, pS, vlE, mbMNIC 3791, UGC 7966, MCG 9-21-48, CGCG 270-23
NGC 473212 50 07.0+52 51 00E514.913.91.2 × 0.6F, S, vsmbMUGC 7988, MCG 9-21-53, CGCG 270-26
NGC 480112 54 37.6+53 05 26S015.214.20.9 × 0.7eF, S, lEMCG 9-21-60, CGCG 270-30, NPM1G +53.0141
NGC 481412 55 21.8+58 20 40Sb/P12.812.23.3 × 2.4B, pS, vlE, vgbMUGC 8051, MCG 10-19-3, CGCG 294-3, CGCG 293-44, IRAS 12532+5836
NGC 496413 05 24.8+56 19 23S014.313.31.1 × 0.6eF, S, lEUGC 8184, MCG 9-22-7, CGCG 294-11, KARA 571
NGC 496713 05 36.4+53 33 52E?15.214.20.5 × 0.4vF, S, E, * attMCG 9-22-5, CGCG 270-50, CGCG 271-6
NGC 497313 05 32.1+53 41 08E014.913.90.7 × 0.7vF, SIC 847, MCG 9-22-6, CGCG 270-49, CGCG 271-5, NPM1G +53.0149
NGC 497413 05 55.9+53 39 33S014.213.21.4 × 1.2vF, SMCG 9-22-9, CGCG 270-51, CGCG 271-7
NGC 497713 06 04.4+55 39 24Sb14.613.82 × 2cF, SUGC 8196, MCG 9-22-10, CGCG 271-9, CGCG 270-53, NPM1G +55.0169
NGC 500113 09 33.0+53 29 39SB?14.613.81.1 × 0.4pF, S, iR, gbMUGC 8243, MCG 9-22-22, CGCG 271-20, IRAS 13074+5345
NGC 500713 09 14.2+62 10 31E-S014.313.30.9 × 0.6vF, vSUGC 8240, MCG 10-19-42, CGCG 294-21, near SAO 15999
NGC 511313 20 52.6+57 38 32Sbc13.712.91.7 × 0.5cF, S, E (perhaps = h 1588)NGC 5109, UGC 8393, MCG 10-19-61, CGCG 294-32, IRAS 13189+5754
NGC 516313 26 54.1+52 45 15E414.613.61.1 × 0.7cF, stellarUGC 8453, MCG 9-22-62, CGCG 271-40, NPM1G +53.0156
NGC 516413 27 11.9+55 29 13SBb14.513.71 × 0.9cF, S, iRUGC 8458, MCG 9-22-63, MK 257, CGCG 271-41, KCPG 376
NGC 520113 29 16.2+53 04 54S?14.113.21.7 × 1.1pF, cS, R, vglbMUGC 8480, MCG 9-22-69, CGCG 271-45
NGC 520413 29 36.1+58 25 06Sm11.711.35 × 3pB, cL, iR, gmbM, rUGC 8490, MCG 10-19-78, CGCG 294-39, IRAS 13277+5840
NGC 520513 30 03.1+62 30 45Sb13.112.33.2 × 1.8vF, pS, R, bet 2 vF stUGC 8501, MCG 11-17-3, CGCG 316-17, IRAS 13283+6245
NGC 521613 32 07.1+62 42 03E313.612.61.8 × 1.2pB, S, vlEUGC 8528, MCG 11-17-4, CGCG 316-19, CGCG 317-2, VV 33, Arp 104, Keenan's system
NGC 5216 A13 34 41.5+61 59 35S14.113.31.2 × 0.3pB, S, vlEUGC 8571, MCG 10-19-95, CGCG 294-49, IRAS 13329+6215
NGC 521813 32 10.2+62 46 05SBb/P13.112.31.8 × 1.3pB, pL, R, gbMUGC 8529, MCG 11-17-5, CGCG 316-20, CGCG 317-3, VV 33, Arp 104, IRAS 13304+6301, Keenan's system
NGC 525013 36 07.1+51 14 11S014.013.01 × 0.9pB, S, R, vgbMUGC 8594, MCG 9-22-85, CGCG 271-53, near SAO 28814
NGC 525513 37 17.9+57 06 35S?15.414.50.8 × 0.2vF, vSMCG 10-19-98, CGCG 294-51
NGC 525613 38 17.4+48 16 39Sab/P14.013.21.2 × 1.1eF, vS, R, gbMUGC 8632, MCG 8-25-31, MK 266, IRAS 13362+4831, CGCG 246-21, 1ZW 67, KCPG 388A
NGC 527813 41 39.9+55 40 14Sb/P13.712.91.3 × 1pF, R, vS neb 40" f, * nUGC 8677, MCG 9-22-101, MK 271, Arp 239, CGCG 271-58, CGCG 272-3, VV 19, IRAS 13397+5555, KCPG 390A, 1ZW 69
NGC 527913 41 43.7+55 40 24SBa/P15.014.30.7 × 0.4F, vS, f of 2UGC 8678, MCG 9-22-102, MK 271A, Arp 239, CGCG 271-58, CGCG 272-3, VV 19, KCPG 390B, 1ZW 69
NGC 529413 45 18.2+55 17 25E215.314.30.6 × 0.5eF, 2 st att or invCGCG 271-61, CGCG 272-6
NGC 530813 47 00.0+60 58 22S012.311.43.7 × 0.7B, pL, mE 57°, psbMBENUGC 8722, MCG 10-20-29, CGCG 295-12
NGC 532213 49 14.9+60 11 25E211.110.26 × 4.1vB, pL, iR, psmbMUGC 8745, MCG 10-20-35, CGCG 295-17
NGC 534213 51 25.9+59 51 50S014.513.51.1 × 0.4eF, vSUGC 8776, MCG 10-20-41, CGCG 295-20
NGC 536813 54 29.1+54 19 51SBab13.813.00.9 × 0.8F, cS, R, stellar, * 16 nfUGC 8834, MCG 9-23-14, CGCG 272-12, IRAS 13526+5434
NGC 537013 54 09.1+60 40 43SB014.213.21.1 × 1.1F, SUGC 8832, MCG 10-20-44, CGCG 295-22
NGC 537213 54 45.9+58 40 01S?14.213.30.6 × 0.4cF, S, E, ? ** invUGC 8843, MCG 10-20-46, CGCG 295-24, IRAS 13530+5854
NGC 537613 55 15.8+59 30 25SBab12.912.12.1 × 1.3cB, pL, vlE, vgmbMUGC 8852, MCG 10-20-47, CGCG 295-25, IRAS 13536+5945
NGC 537913 55 34.4+59 44 36SB0-a13.812.92.2 × 0.7pB, pS, E, mbMUGC 8860, MCG 10-20-49, CGCG 295-26
NGC 538913 56 06.4+59 44 30SB0-a12.912.04.1 × 1.1pB, pL, E, mbMNUGC 8866, MCG 10-20-51, CGCG 295-27, IRAS 13544+5959
NGC 540213 58 16.5+59 48 52S?14.713.81.3 × 0.3vF, vS, RUGC 8903, MCG 10-20-54, CGCG 295-29, IRAS 13566+6003
NGC 542214 00 41.8+55 09 53S0-a12.811.93.9 × 0.7pB, S, pmE 45° ±, vsvmbMNUGC 8935, MCG 9-23-24, CGCG 272-16
NGC 542514 00 47.9+48 26 35Scd14.313.61.9 × 0.5eF, S, lE, B * 4' nUGC 8933, MCG 8-26-1, CGCG 247-2, IRAS 13588+4841
NGC 543014 00 45.6+59 19 44SBb12.812.02.3 × 1.3pB, S, iE, mbMUGC 8937, MCG 10-20-62, MK 799, CGCG 295-32, IRAS 13591+5934
NGC 544314 02 11.6+55 48 52SBb13.112.32.7 × 1pF, L, EUGC 8958, MCG 9-23-26, CGCG 272-20, IRAS 14004+5603
NGC 544814 02 50.4+49 10 21SBa11.911.03.8 × 2pB, cL, vmE 90° ±, smbMNUGC 8969, MCG 8-26-3, CGCG 247-4, IRAS 14009+4924
NGC 545714 03 12.4+54 20 58Sc8.37.928.8 × 26.9pB, vL, iR, g, vsmbMBSNM 101, UGC 8981, MCG 9-23-28, IRAS 14013+5435, CGCG 272-21, KARA 610, Arp 26, VV 344, VV 456, Pinwheel galaxy
NGC 547314 04 43.5+54 53 36E/SB012.411.52.2 × 1.7pB, S, R, gbMUGC 9011, MCG 9-23-31, CGCG 272-22
NGC 547414 05 01.4+53 39 46Sc11.310.84.7 × 4.7pB, L, bMUGC 9013, MCG 9-23-32, CGCG 272-23
NGC 547514 05 12.2+55 44 32Sa13.512.61.9 × 0.5pB, S, pmE, bMUGC 9016, MCG 9-23-33, CGCG 272-24
NGC 547714 05 33.0+54 27 39Sm14.414.01.6 × 1.3vF, pLUGC 9018, MCG 9-23-34, DDO 186, KUG 1403+546, CGCG 272-25, VV 561
NGC 548014 06 21.5+50 43 30Sc12.812.11.6 × 1F, pS, vgbM, np of 2UGC 9026, MCG 9-23-35, CGCG 272-27, KCPG 416A, IRAS 14045+5057
NGC 548414 06 48.1+55 01 49E215.714.70.8 × 0.7vF, S, R, 4' from I 232 (d'A not found)CGCG 272-29, NPM1G +55.0192
NGC 548514 07 11.4+55 00 05S012.311.42.3 × 1.9cB, R, vgbM, f of 2UGC 9033, MCG 9-23-37, CGCG 272-30
NGC 548614 07 24.9+55 06 11Sm13.813.21.5 × 0.9F, pLUGC 9036, MCG 9-23-38, CGCG 272-31, IRAS 14056+5520
NGC 550214 09 33.9+60 24 36S16.115.30.3 × 0.1eeF, pS, R, v diffic, bet 2 stNGC 5503, MCG 10-20-77, NPM1G +60.0140
NGC 5526 114 13 53.3+57 46 20Sbc14.213.42.3 × 0.3vF, S, E, rUGC 9115, MCG 10-20-85, CGCG 295-40, IRAS 14122+5800, FGC 1733, KCPG 421B
NGC 5526 214 13 49.6+57 46 11Sbc15.214.40.8 × 0.7vF, S, E, rUGC 9115, MCG 10-20-84, KCPG 421A
NGC 554014 14 54.2+60 00 39E-S014.913.90.8 × 0.6eF, vS, R, stellarMCG 10-20-90, CGCG 295-41
NGC 556114 17 22.8+58 45 01Sb15.514.50.5 × 0.5eF, pS, R, F * close pCGCG 295-44
NGC 558514 19 47.7+56 43 44SBcd11.210.75.8 × 3.6pF, L, iR, vgmbM, rUGC 9179, MCG 10-20-94, CGCG 295-45, IRAS 14182+5657, KARA 624, KUG 1418+569
NGC 563114 26 33.3+56 34 59S012.411.51.7 × 1.7B, S, R, psbMNUGC 9261, MCG 10-21-2, CGCG 296-5
IC 52208 54 34.8+57 10 00S014.013.01 × 0.8pF, pS, R, bM (? 2 eF st inv)UGC 4654, MCG 10-13-31, CGCG 288-10
IC 59810 12 48.5+43 08 44S0-a13.913.01.4 × 0.5vF, vS, R, bM, alm stellUGC 5502, MCG 7-21-16, CGCG 211-17, KUG 1009+433
IC 64610 51 35.1+55 27 59Sa15.514.60.9 × 0.4eeF, pS, R, nf of 2MCG 9-18-39, CGCG 267-19, NPM1G +55.0108
IC 67411 11 06.4+43 37 59Sab14.213.41.7 × 0.7pF, R, bM, D * sfUGC 6221, MCG 7-23-27, CGCG 213-31
IC 68711 24 17.3+47 50 53S?15.214.30.8 × 0.8eF, eS, R, stell N, F * fMCG 8-21-32, CGCG 242-33, NPM1G +48.0187
IC 69111 26 44.0+59 09 20P14.513.90.6 × 0.4pF, pS, R, 2 st nrUGC 6447, MCG 10-16-139, MK 169, CGCG 291-70, IRAS 11238+5925
IC 69411 28 27.2+58 34 43E-S016.015.00.3 × 0.3vS, forms D neb with I 247MCG 10-17-2A, Arp 299, VV 118
IC 70511 32 56.3+50 14 32C15.514.50.8 × 0.4eeF, vS, RMCG 8-21-49, CGCG 268-50, NPM1G +50.0204
IC 70811 33 59.1+49 03 44E414.013.01.4 × 0.9eF, S, R, 1st of 4UGC 6549, MCG 8-21-56, CGCG 242-48, Papillon
IC 70911 34 14.5+49 02 37E?14.913.90.6 × 0.6eeF, S, R, 2nd of 4MCG 8-21-57, CGCG 242-49, NPM1G +49.0200
IC 71111 34 46.5+48 57 22E?15.114.10.5 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, F, * close spMCG 8-21-62, CGCG 242-53
IC 71211 34 49.1+49 04 40E414.813.81.1 × 0.7eF, S, R, pB, * nfMCG 8-21-63, CGCG 242-54
IC 72611 43 45.5+33 23 34S017.016.00.3 × 0.2vF, pL, R
IC 72911 45 18.3+33 20 09S015.514.50.8 × 0.3F, pS, RCGCG 186-37
IC 73111 45 18.1+49 34 13S15.915.10.5 × 0.3vF, vS, RMCG 8-21-96, CGCG 242-79, CGCG 243-3
IC 74911 58 33.9+42 44 00SBcd12.912.42.3 × 2pB, L, R, lbMUGC 6962, MCG 7-25-8, CGCG 215-9, KCPG 313A
IC 75011 58 52.0+42 43 22Sab12.911.92.6 × 1.2pB, L, lE 35°, bMUGC 6973, MCG 7-25-10, CGCG 215-12, KCPG 313B
IC 75111 58 52.4+42 34 12Sb15.114.31.2 × 0.3pF, pL, lE 45°, mbMUGC 6972, MCG 7-25-11, CGCG 215-11, KUG 1156+428A
IC 75211 59 15.0+42 34 01S?15.214.40.6 × 0.5vF, S, iR, * 13 nf 1½'CGCG 215-14, KUG 1156+428B
IC 75812 04 11.9+62 30 20SBc14.013.31.9 × 1.6eeF, pS, R, bet 2 distant stUGC 7056, MCG 11-15-14, CGCG 315-9
IC 83012 51 16.4+53 41 45S14.413.60.8 × 0.4vF, vS, lE, stellarUGC 8003, MCG 9-21-55, CGCG 270-28
IC 85213 07 36.7+60 09 28E-S014.613.61.1 × 0.9vF, pS, R, B * pUGC 8213, MCG 10-19-35, CGCG 294-18, NPM1G +60.0125
IC 85313 08 41.6+52 46 28SBab14.513.61.6 × 1.3eeF, pS, RIC 4205, UGC 8230, MCG 9-22-19, CGCG 271-18
IC 87513 17 07.5+57 32 24S013.812.81.4 × 0.8eF, S, R, stellarUGC 8355, MCG 10-19-59, MK 249, CGCG 294-30, NPM1G +57.0160
IC 90213 36 01.2+49 57 38Sb14.513.72.2 × 0.4eeF, S, mE, v difficUGC 8593, MCG 8-25-24, CGCG 246-17, IRAS 13340+5012
IC 90713 39 22.7+51 03 05SBb15.314.31.3 × 0.2eF, pS, RUGC 8643, MCG 9-22-90, CGCG 271-55
IC 91913 42 56.5+55 36 12E015.814.80.4 × 0.4cB, R, bM
IC 92113 43 08.1+55 39 02E016.715.70.2 × 0.2vS, R, bM
IC 92213 43 14.4+55 36 10E016.215.20.3 × 0.3vS, R, bM
IC 92313 43 16.3+55 36 55S016.015.00.5 × 0.2vS
IC 92513 43 19.8+55 35 52E?17.516.50.1 × 0.1vS
IC 92613 43 39.4+55 37 52S017.016.00.2 × 0.1vS, R, bM
IC 92813 43 45.2+55 38 01E016.015.00.3 × 0.3F, vS, R, gbM
IC 92913 43 45.8+55 38 46E016.515.50.2 × 0.2vS, R, bM
IC 93013 43 52.5+55 39 22E016.715.70.2 × 0.2F, vS, R, gbM
IC 93113 43 49.4+55 37 24E016.715.70.2 × 0.2F, vS, R, gbM
IC 93213 43 51.5+55 38 47E016.515.50.2 × 0.2vS, R
IC 93413 44 03.2+55 38 59S016.515.50.2 × 0.1F, vS, RIC 936
IC 93713 44 29.1+55 37 46E016.515.50.2 × 0.2vS
IC 93813 44 31.4+55 37 37S16.015.20.4 × 0.2vS
IC 94213 47 41.1+56 37 19E-S015.114.10.7 × 0.5eF, pS, RMCG 10-20-31, CGCG 295-13, NPM1G +56.0162
IC 95113 51 47.2+50 58 40SBcd14.313.61.2 × 1.2eeF, pS, R, 2 st nr spUGC 8775, MCG 9-23-12, CGCG 272-11
IC 99514 16 31.2+57 48 36SBd14.614.01.6 × 0.4eeF, S, lE, v difficUGC 9145, MCG 10-20-91, CGCG 295-42
IC 99614 17 21.8+57 37 48Sbc14.814.01.4 × 0.2eeF, S, mE, v difficUGC 9152, MCG 10-20-92, CGCG 295-43, KUG 1415+578, IRAS 14157+5751
IC 257410 28 22.4+68 25 00SBm10.810.413.2 × 5.4vF, vL, iFUGC 5666, MCG 12-10-38, DDO 81, IRAS 10251+6843, CGCG 333-31, 7ZW 330, Coddington nebula
IC 260010 46 38.7+72 19 14S15.514.70.6 × 0.4eF, S, v difMCG 12-10-75, CGCG 333-52
IC 260110 47 13.3+72 19 25E015.714.70.5 × 0.5eF, pS, sev eF st invMCG 12-10-78, CGCG 333-53, NPM1G +72.0079
IC 261411 01 33.9+38 48 14E016.515.50.2 × 0.2vF, vS, R
IC 261511 02 02.2+37 56 44S0-a15.814.90.4 × 0.4F, vS, R, lbMCGCG 184-44, NPM1G +38.0212
IC 261611 02 05.7+38 47 14S15.614.80.3 × 0.2F, S, R, gbM, rMCG 7-23-12, CGCG 213-18
IC 261711 02 07.6+38 39 52S15.214.40.9 × 0.6F, S, R, FNMCG 7-23-11, CGCG 213-19
IC 261911 02 15.2+37 57 59D15.715.10.3 × 0.3F, vS, R stellCGCG 184-45
IC 262011 02 23.9+38 30 20S15.114.21 × 0.9F, S, R, N, rMCG 7-23-14, CGCG 213-20, NPM1G +38.0213
IC 273511 21 03.8+34 20 40Sab15.414.61 × 0.2pB, cS, E pF, N, rUGC 6364, MCG 6-25-48, CGCG 185-41, IRAS 11184+3436
IC 273811 21 23.0+34 21 26S0-a15.314.40.7 × 0.7F, S, R, gbMNMCG 6-25-49, CGCG 185-42, NPM1G +34.0217
IC 274411 21 42.6+34 21 46S015.514.50.5 × 0.5F, S, gbM, rMCG 6-25-52, CGCG 185-45
IC 275111 22 07.4+34 21 59S?15.814.90.6 × 0.5F, S, R, 2 st 15 invMCG 6-25-54, CGCG 185-47
IC 286111 28 58.9+38 51 07E?15.314.30.8 × 0.7F, S, R, difMCG 7-24-11, CGCG 214-9, NPM1G +39.0266
IC 292511 33 13.2+34 15 56S15.714.90.5 × 0.2F, S, R, gbM, biNCGCG 185-82, CGCG 186-1, NPM1G +34.0222
IC 292811 33 29.9+34 18 58Sbc14.513.71.1 × 0.9F, cS, R, gbMNUGC 6540, MCG 6-25-86, CGCG 185-87, CGCG 186-5
IC 293311 34 12.7+34 18 46SBab15.114.31.3 × 0.4F, cS, E ns, gbMNUGC 6550, MCG 6-26-4, CGCG 185-89, CGCG 186-7
IC 294311 36 42.2+54 50 45Sa15.214.30.4 × 0.4pF, SMK 41, CGCG 268-62, KUG 1133+551
IC 294611 37 29.6+32 15 11SBa15.114.20.5 × 0.3F, S, R, gvlbMCGCG 186-13, NPM1G +32.0281
IC 294711 37 31.1+31 21 42SBm14.614.00.7 × 0.6F, cS, R, gbM, rMCG 5-28-2, CGCG 156-102, CGCG 157-3, KUG 1134+316
IC 295011 41 37.8+37 59 33Sc14.914.20.6 × 0.5F, cS, lE pf, gbM, rMK 638, CGCG 186-26, NPM1G +38.0233, KUG 1138+382
IC 295211 44 17.1+33 21 04S15.714.90.4 × 0.3pF, S, dif, vlbMMCG 6-26-24, CGCG 186-31, KUG 1141+336, ARAK 315
IC 295711 45 37.0+31 17 58SB015.114.10.8 × 0.4F, S, R, * 14 nr fMCG 5-28-28, CGCG 157-31
IC 295811 45 42.3+33 09 15SB?16.515.70.5 × 0.4F, S, difMCG 6-26-30
IC 296011 46 19.7+35 00 15S15.614.80.5 × 0.3F, S, dif, vlbMCGCG 186-44
IC 296111 47 49.5+31 20 43S015.714.70.2 × 0.1F, S, R, lbMMK 748, CGCG 157-34, NPM1G +31.0228, KUG 1145+316
IC 296711 50 55.2+30 51 04E214.713.70.9 × 0.7pB, vS, stell NMCG 5-28-38, CGCG 157-42
IC 297111 53 27.5+30 41 51S15.714.90.3 × 0.2F, S, R, psbMCGCG 157-49, NPM1G +30.0247
IC 297311 53 50.7+33 21 57SBcd14.413.71.4 × 0.8F, cS, difUGC 6872, MCG 6-26-52, CGCG 186-65, KUG 1151+336
IC 297811 56 23.1+32 02 19SBcd15.314.61.1 × 0.4vF, S, v difUGC 6915, MCG 5-28-51, CGCG 157-57, KUG 1153+323
IC 297911 56 54.2+32 09 31SB014.513.50.9 × 0.8F, S, R, lbM, rUGC 6925, MCG 5-28-54, CGCG 157-59
IC 298111 55 42.5+32 11 24SBa14.914.00.4 × 0.3F, S, R, gvlbMMCG 5-28-48, CGCG 157-56, KUG 1153+324
IC 298411 59 07.2+30 41 51Sb15.614.80.7 × 0.4F, cS, R, vlbMMCG 5-28-68, CGCG 157-73, KUG 1156+309
IC 298511 59 12.5+30 43 52SB0-a15.114.21 × 0.5pF, S, difUGC 6981, MCG 5-28-69, CGCG 157-74, KUG 1156+310
IC 298611 59 49.5+30 50 42SB014.913.90.7 × 0.6F, vS, R, N, rMCG 5-28-72, CGCG 157-79, NPM1G +31.0231
IC 298712 03 24.6+38 48 48S?15.414.60.5 × 0.3F, S, N, difMK 44, CGCG 215-18, KUG 1200+390
IC 299212 05 15.8+30 51 19Sa15.014.10.6 × 0.5F, S, R, gbMN, rMCG 5-29-8, CGCG 158-14, MK 757, KUG 1202+311
IC 299312 05 38.3+32 49 20C15.514.50.4 × 0.4F, S, N, dif, r
IC 299912 05 57.5+31 20 54S?15.614.80.7 × 0.2vF, vS, NCGCG 158-17, KUG 1203+316
IC 300112 06 16.7+33 31 34S15.714.90.8 × 0.3F, S, R, gbMMCG 6-27-7, CGCG 187-6

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