Constellation Andromeda (Chained Maiden)

Andromeda
Andromeda: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

The constellation Andromeda shares a common star with Pegasus: α Andromedae (Alpheratz, also Sirrah) is also the star in the northeast corner of the well-known large rectangle of Pegasus. In older atlases one can still find the designation δ Pegasi for the same star. In the meantime, however, it has been agreed that Alpheratz will officially be included in the Andromeda constellation. [20]

The main part of Andromeda extends east from Pegasus so it follows it thanks to the movement of the sky. Immediately afterwards it is followed by the constellation Perseus, which connects to the east of Andromeda. Andromeda is very close to Cassiopeia, north of her, while she is distanced from Cepheus by Lacerta. On clear, dark nights, the Andromeda Galaxy can be observed with the naked eye. The constellation Andromeda covers an area of ​​722 square degrees. The center culminates at midnight on around September 30th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α And: Alpheratz, Alpherat, Sirrah, Sirah
  • β And: Mirach, Merach, Mirac, Mirak, (Al Mizar)
  • γ1 And: Almaak, Almach, Alamak, Almak, Almaach
  • ξ And: Adhil
Data for constellation Andromeda [150]
IAU NameAndromeda
IAU GenitiveAndromedae
IAU Abbr.And
English NameChained Maiden
Season (47° N)June … February
Right Ascension22h 57m 22s … 02h 39m 33s
Declination+21° 40' 36" … +53° 11' 13"
Area722 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)Cas, Lac, Peg, Psc, Tri, Per

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

Mythology and History

Andromeda was the daughter of the Ethiopian king Cepheus and his wife Cassiopeia. When Cassiopeia boasted that her and her daughter's beauty was greater than that of the nymphs in the sea, Poseidon, god of the oceans, sent the mighty whale Cetus to destroy the Ethiopian coast. The only way to appease the monster was to sacrifice the lovely daughter Andromeda for him. After a long fight on the part of her parents, she was finally chained to a rock by the sea.

Fortunately, the great hero Perseus arrived just thenpast. He fell in love with the beautiful, almost naked Andromeda, clad only with a few pieces of jewelry, chained to the rock. Perseus demanded Andromeda's hand from King Cepheus and a kingdom of their own to save them. Worried for his daughter's life, he agreed. Then Perseus put on his winged shoes and hurried through the air towards the sea monster. Everything he did was designed to get this girl's attention to himself. Therefore he carried out the liberation as noisy and sensational as possible, armed only with the curved sword in his muscular arm. He could have defeated the monster with the severed head of the Gorgon Medusa, which he was carrying, but that did not seem appropriate to the situation. [20] However, the variant in which he used the head of Medusa to petrify the sea monster is more common. [66]

Perseus and Andromeda married and happily lived a long life. It is said that the gods were so satisfied that they gave the main characters of this drama a place among the stars.

In 1627 the Catholic Church tried unsuccessfully to Christianize the «heretical» constellations, which had been known for centuries, even millennia, and to transform them into figures from the Christian world of faith. The constellation of Andromeda became «Sepulchrum Christi» (tomb of Christ). [20, 84]

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
100 05 09.9+45 13 456.70 A1Vn 4.221.6
800 06 36.8+29 01 176.13 K0V 2.6158.6
15α2100 08 23.3+29 05 262.06 B8IVpMnHg v8.581.5
1700 08 41.0+36 37 366.19 F8IV
272200 10 19.3+46 04 205.03 F2II
412300 13 30.8+41 02 075.72 F0IV
63θ2400 17 05.5+38 40 544.61 A2V
68σ2500 18 19.7+36 47 074.52 A2V
702600 18 42.1+43 47 286.11 B8V 4.16.2
82ρ2700 21 07.3+37 58 075.18 F5III
1142800 30 07.3+29 45 065.23 A7III 7.1139.3
154π2900 36 52.9+33 43 104.36 B5V 4.235.2
163ε3000 38 33.3+29 18 424.37 G6IIIFe-3CH1
165δ3100 39 19.7+30 51 393.27 K3III 8.228.7
1753200 41 07.2+39 27 315.33 G8III
215ζ3400 47 20.3+24 16 024.06 K1IIe 5.6162.7
226ν3500 49 48.8+41 04 444.53 B5V+F8V
2583600 54 58.0+23 37 425.47 K1IV 0.40.6
269μ3700 56 45.2+38 29 583.87 A5V 6.8266.7
271η3800 57 12.4+23 25 034.42 G8IIIb 6.9131.7
2903901 02 54.3+41 20 425.98 A5m 6.220.9
3244101 08 00.9+43 56 315.03 A3m
335φ4201 09 30.2+47 14 314.25 B7Ve 1.20.4
337β4301 09 43.9+35 37 142.06 M0+IIIa e10.180.4
3404401 10 18.8+42 04 535.65 F8V
3484501 11 10.3+37 43 275.81 B7III-IV 0.00.4
390ξ4601 22 20.4+45 31 444.88 K0-IIIb
3954701 23 40.6+37 42 545.58 A2Vm
417ω4801 27 39.4+45 24 244.83 F5IV 6.6119.0
4304901 30 06.2+47 00 265.27 K0III
458υ5001 36 47.8+41 24 204.09 F8V 8.4114.0
4645101 37 59.6+48 37 423.57 K3-III
469χ5201 39 21.0+44 23 104.98 G8III
477τ5301 40 34.8+40 34 374.94 B8III 5.952.3
5435501 53 17.3+40 43 475.40 gK1 5.359.8
5575601 56 09.3+37 15 065.67 K0III 0.2190.4
603γ15702 03 54.0+42 19 472.26 K3-IIb 2.89.6
604γ25702 03 54.7+42 19 514.84 B8V+A0V 2.89.6
6205802 08 29.3+37 51 334.82 A5IV-V
6285902 10 52.8+39 02 225.63 B9V 0.816.2
6295902 10 53.7+39 02 356.10 A1Vn 0.816.2
6436002 13 13.3+44 13 544.83 K3.5IIIBa0.5:
6706202 19 16.8+47 22 485.30 A1V
6826302 20 58.2+50 09 055.59 B9pSi
6946402 24 24.9+50 00 245.19 G8III
6996502 25 37.4+50 16 434.71 K4+III 5.7191.7
7096602 27 51.8+50 34 116.12 F4V
8762ο123 01 55.3+42 19 343.62 B6IIIpe+A2p v0.50.3
8766223 02 36.3+42 45 285.10 A3Vn 3.70.4
8780323 04 11.0+50 03 084.65 K0IIIbFe-0.5
8804423 07 39.3+46 23 145.33 K5III 5.548.2
8805523 07 45.4+49 17 455.70 F5V
8825623 10 27.2+43 32 395.94 F5IV
8830723 12 33.0+49 24 234.52 F0V
8860823 17 44.7+49 00 554.85 M2+IIIBa0.3 5.8219.4
8864923 18 23.4+41 46 256.02 A7/8Vm
88741123 19 29.8+48 37 315.44 K0III
88761023 19 52.4+42 04 415.79 M0III
88851223 20 53.3+38 10 565.77 F5V 3.4121.1
89131323 27 07.4+42 54 435.75 B9III
89301423 31 17.4+39 14 115.22 K0III
89471523 34 37.5+40 14 115.59 A1Vp
8961λ1623 37 33.9+46 27 293.82 G8III-IV v6.5217.6
8965ι1723 38 08.2+43 16 054.29 B8V
89671823 39 08.3+50 28 185.30 B9V
8976κ1923 40 24.5+44 20 024.14 B9IVn 7.646.8
9003ψ2023 46 02.1+46 25 134.95 G5Ib+A0V 4.0184.0

Revised+Historic NGC/IC, Version 22/9, © Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke [277]
Planetary Nebulae
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 766223 25 53.9+42 32 08PN9.28.30.62!!! planetary or annular, vB, pS, R, bluePK 106-17.1, CS=13.2, Blue snowball
Open Clusters
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 75201 57 35.0+37 50 00III1m5.775Cl, vvL, Ri, st L & scOCL 363
NGC 95602 32 14.9+44 38 48IV1p8.99Cl, pRi, st 9…15OCL 377
NGC 768623 30 07.3+49 08 03IV1p5.615Cl, P, lC, st 7…11OCL 251
Galaxies
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 500 07 48.8+35 21 46E414.313.31.2 × 0.7vF, vS, N = * 13, 14UGC 62, MCG 6-1-13, CGCG 517-17, CGCG 518-12, 4ZW 7, NPM1G +35.0003
NGC 1100 08 42.3+37 26 53Sa14.613.71.5 × 0.3vF, vS, vlE, 2 vF st invUGC 73, MCG 6-1-15, CGCG 517-20, CGCG 518-15, IRAS 00061+3710
NGC 1300 08 47.7+33 25 59Sab14.013.22.3 × 0.6vF, vS, S st + nebUGC 77, MCG 5-1-34, CGCG 498-81, CGCG 499-53
NGC 1900 10 40.8+32 58 58SBbc14.113.31.1 × 0.6eeF, lE, 3 vF st aroundUGC 98, MCG 5-1-46, CGCG 499-65, KAZ 18, IRAS 00080+3242
NGC 2000 09 32.6+33 18 32E-S014.113.11.7 × 1.6F, * 10 attNGC 6, UGC 84, MCG 5-1-36, CGCG 498-82, CGCG 499-54
NGC 2700 10 32.7+28 59 49Sb14.313.51.2 × 0.5eF, vS, E, B * nrUGC 96, MCG 5-1-44, CGCG 499-63, KCPG 3B, IRAS 00079+2843
NGC 2900 10 47.0+33 21 07SBbc13.512.71.5 × 0.7pB, pL, E 0°NGC 21, UGC 100, MCG 5-1-48, IRAS 00082+3304, CGCG 499-66, KAZ 19
NGC 3900 12 18.8+31 03 39Sc14.213.51.1 × 1vF, pS, RUGC 114, MCG 5-1-52, CGCG 499-76, IRAS 00096+3046
NGC 4300 13 00.9+30 54 56SB013.612.61.6 × 1.5eF, * 12 np 45"UGC 120, MCG 5-1-54, CGCG 499-79
NGC 4800 14 02.1+48 14 06SBbc14.413.61.6 × 1eeF, pL, R, v difficUGC 133, MCG 8-1-31, CGCG 549-27, IRAS 00113+4757
NGC 4900 14 22.4+48 14 50S014.713.71.1 × 1eeF, S, R, 2nd of 3UGC 136, MCG 8-1-33, CGCG 549-29, NPM1G +47.0008
NGC 5100 14 34.8+48 15 22S014.113.11.3 × 1pF, pS, R, bMUGC 138, MCG 8-1-35, CGCG 549-31, NPM1G +47.0009
NGC 6700 18 14.9+30 03 48E315.214.20.3 × 0.2eF, vS, RMCG 5-1-64, CGCG 499-104, ARAK 4, Arp 113, VV 166
NGC 67 A00 18 12.1+30 03 19E515.714.70.4 × 0.2eF, vS, RArp 113, VV 166
NGC 6800 18 18.2+30 04 21E-S013.912.91.2 × 1.1eF, L, 3 or 4 st + nebUGC 170, MCG 5-1-65, CGCG 499-106, Arp 113, VV 166, IRAS 00157+2947
NGC 6900 18 20.4+30 02 26E/SB015.814.70.5 × 0.3eF, vS, RMCG 5-1-66, CGCG 499-105, ARAK 5, Arp 113, VV 166, NPM1G +29.0011
NGC 7000 18 22.4+30 04 44Sbc14.313.51.6 × 1.4eF, vS, R, bet 2 F stIC 1539, UGC 174, MCG 5-1-67, CGCG 499-108, Arp 113, VV 166
NGC 7100 18 23.5+30 03 47E-S0/P14.213.21.2 × 0.9eF, vS, RUGC 173, MCG 5-1-68, CGCG 499-107, Arp 113, VV 166
NGC 7200 18 28.4+30 02 26SBab14.513.51.1 × 0.9eF, vS, RUGC 176, MCG 5-1-69, CGCG 499-109, Arp 113, VV 166
NGC 72 A00 18 34.3+30 02 10E315.714.70.3 × 0.3eF, vS, RMCG 5-1-70, CGCG 499-110, ARAK 6, VV 166
NGC 7400 18 49.5+30 03 41Sb15.614.80.8 × 0.3eF, S, E, last of 6MCG 5-1-71
NGC 7600 19 37.7+29 56 03C14.113.11 × 0.9vF, S, bMUGC 185, MCG 5-1-72, CGCG 499-111
NGC 7900 21 02.8+22 34 02E-S015.014.00.6 × 0.6vF, S, vlbMMCG 4-2-3, CGCG 479-3, NPM1G +22.0015
NGC 8000 21 10.9+22 21 28E-S013.112.11.6 × 1.6F, S, R, psbMUGC 203, MCG 4-2-4, CGCG 479-6
NGC 8100 21 13.2+22 23 00S16.515.70.2 × 0.1eeF, sp h 17NPM1G +22.0016
NGC 8300 21 22.6+22 26 03E013.612.51.5 × 1.5E, biN, 3 B st nrUGC 206, MCG 4-2-5, CGCG 479-8
NGC 8500 21 25.5+22 30 44S015.814.80.7 × 0.5eeF, cL, RNGC 85A, MCG 4-2-7, CGCG 479-9, NPM1G +22.0017
NGC 8600 21 28.6+22 33 23S?15.714.80.7 × 0.3eF, vS, lbMMCG 4-2-9, CGCG 479-11
NGC 9000 21 51.6+22 24 02SBc14.513.71.9 × 0.8vF, lEUGC 208, MCG 4-2-11, CGCG 479-13, Arp 65
NGC 9300 22 03.4+22 24 32Sb14.313.21.4 × 0.6vF, vSUGC 209, MCG 4-2-12, CGCG 479-15, Arp 65
NGC 94 100 22 13.6+22 29 00S015.614.60.4 × 0.2eF, vSCGCG 479-17
NGC 94 200 22 13.8+22 28 26S016.515.50.4 × 0.2eF, vSNPM1G +22.0020
NGC 9600 22 17.8+22 32 48S015.614.60.6 × 0.6vF, S, vlbMMCG 4-2-14
NGC 9700 22 30.0+29 44 44E013.312.31.3 × 1.3F, vS, R, gbMUGC 216, MCG 5-2-7, CGCG 500-9
NGC 10800 25 59.7+29 12 43SB0-a13.012.12.3 × 1.8pF, pL, R, pslbMUGC 246, MCG 5-2-12, CGCG 500-20
NGC 10900 26 14.6+21 48 28SBa14.713.71.1 × 1vF, S, 3 st nrUGC 251, MCG 4-2-20, CGCG 479-31, KCPG 8B, NPM1G +21.0018
NGC 11200 26 48.8+31 42 10Sc14.313.61 × 0.5eF, vS, RUGC 255, MCG 5-2-13, CGCG 500-21, KAZ 24, IRAS 00241+3125
NGC 14000 31 20.4+30 47 31Scd13.913.21.5 × 1.2vF, S, R, gbMUGC 311, MCG 5-2-21, CGCG 500-38, IRAS 00287+3031
NGC 14900 33 50.2+30 43 25S014.713.71.2 × 0.7vF, vS, R, gbM * 14, * 12 spUGC 332, MCG 5-2-24, CGCG 500-44
NGC 16000 36 04.1+23 57 29S0-a13.612.72.3 × 1.2vF, vS, stell, * 8, 17°, 4'UGC 356, MCG 4-2-33, CGCG 479-43, near SAO 74134
NGC 16900 36 51.7+23 59 29Sb13.212.42.6 × 0.6F, pL, D or biN, * 6 nf 4'UGC 365, MCG 4-2-35, CGCG 479-44, IRAS 00342+2342, KCPG 13B, Arp 282
NGC 18100 38 23.3+29 28 24S?15.814.90.7 × 0.2eF, eS, irr, vF * attMCG 5-2-32, CGCG 500-55
NGC 18300 38 29.3+29 30 42E413.712.71.7 × 1.1pF, vS, R, gbMUGC 387, MCG 5-2-35, CGCG 500-57
NGC 18400 38 35.8+29 26 51S015.714.70.7 × 0.2eF, eSCGCG 500-59
NGC 20500 40 22.1+41 41 07E58.98.119.5 × 11.5vB, vL, mE 165°, vgvmbMM 110, UGC 426, MCG 7-2-14, CGCG 535-14, IRAS 00376+4124
NGC 21400 41 28.0+25 29 58SBc13.012.31.9 × 1.5pF, pS, gvlbM, rUGC 438, MCG 4-2-44, CGCG 479-59, IRAS 00387+2513
NGC 21800 46 32.0+36 19 32Sc13.512.61.5 × 1.2eF, vS, R, gbMUGC 480, MCG 6-2-16, CGCG 519-21, VV 527, KCPG 16A, IRAS 00438+3603
NGC 22100 42 41.8+40 51 57E29.08.18.5 × 6.5! vvB, L, R, psmbMNM 32, UGC 452, MCG 7-2-15, IRAS 00399+4035, ARAK 12, Arp 168, CGCG 535-16
NGC 22400 42 44.3+41 16 08Sb4.43.4189.1 × 61.7!!! eeB, eL, vmE (Andromeda)M 31, UGC 454, MCG 7-2-16, CGCG 535-17, Andromeda nebula
NGC 22600 42 53.9+32 34 49P14.413.40.9 × 0.6eF, S, R, * 13 s 20"UGC 459, CGCG 500-76, IRAS 00402+3218
NGC 22800 42 54.5+23 30 12SBab14.513.71.2 × 1.1eF, S, R, fainter of 2UGC 458, MCG 4-2-48, CGCG 479-62, IRAS 00401+2313
NGC 22900 43 04.7+23 30 34S?15.014.11 × 0.4vF, S, R, smaller of 2MCG 4-2-49, CGCG 479-64
NGC 23300 43 36.5+30 35 13E013.412.41.2 × 1.2F, vS, R, lbMUGC 464, MCG 5-2-41, CGCG 500-78
NGC 24300 46 00.7+29 57 35S?14.613.70.9 × 0.4F, vS, R, gbM, * 10 pMCG 5-2-43, CGCG 500-82, CGCG 501-1
NGC 25200 48 01.7+27 37 24S0-a13.312.41.4 × 1pB, S, R, pmbM, r, ** pUGC 491, MCG 4-3-4, CGCG 480-7, IRAS 00453+2721
NGC 25800 48 12.8+27 39 28Sb15.014.20.5 × 0.4eF, S, vF st closeMCG 4-3-5, NPM1G +27.0034
NGC 26000 48 34.9+27 41 31Sc/P14.213.50.8 × 0.8eF, pS, lEUGC 497, MCG 4-3-6, CGCG 480-9, IRAS 00458+2725
NGC 26200 48 47.1+31 57 27S0-a13.913.11.1 × 1.1eF, vS, R, v difficUGC 499, MCG 5-3-8, MK 348, IRAS 00461+3141, CGCG 501-20, NPM1G +31.0015
NGC 28000 52 30.2+24 21 03SB?14.113.31.7 × 1.1eF, S, R, * 15 f 30"UGC 534, MCG 4-3-13, CGCG 480-17, IRAS 00498+2404
NGC 30400 56 06.0+24 07 38S/P14.013.11.1 × 0.7pF, S, R, svlbMUGC 573, MCG 4-3-18, CGCG 480-23, PRC C-6
NGC 317 A00 57 39.0+43 48 05S014.513.51.4 × 1.3eeF, pS, lE, D * close fUGC 593, MCG 7-3-9, KCPG 19A, 5ZW 42, NPM1G +43.0020
NGC 317 B00 57 40.5+43 47 31SBbc14.213.41.1 × 0.5eeF, pS, lE, D * close fUGC 594, MCG 7-3-10, IRAS 00548+4331, KCPG 19B, 5ZW 42, CGCG 536-13
NGC 38901 08 29.8+39 41 42S0-a14.914.01.3 × 0.4eF, eS, R, * nrUGC 703, MCG 6-3-14, CGCG 520-17
NGC 39301 08 36.9+39 38 38E-S013.612.51.7 × 1.4F, vS, vlE, gbM, 4 S st nrUGC 707, MCG 6-3-15, CGCG 520-18, 5ZW 52
NGC 40401 09 26.9+35 43 06E-S011.210.33.5 × 3.5pB, cL, R, gbM, β Andr. sfUGC 718, MCG 6-3-18, CGCG 520-20, IRAS 01066+3527, Mirach's ghost
NGC 42501 13 02.7+38 46 09S?13.612.71 × 0.8vF, vS, R, lbM, * 11 attUGC 758, MCG 6-3-23, CGCG 520-26, IRAS 01102+3830
NGC 43101 14 04.6+33 42 19SB013.912.91.4 × 0.9F, S, vsbMUGC 776, MCG 5-4-2, CGCG 502-8, CGCG 501-132
NGC 47701 21 20.3+40 29 19SBc13.713.01.5 × 0.9vF, pS, vlE, vglbMUGC 886, MCG 7-3-32, CGCG 536-32
NGC 51201 23 59.8+33 54 26Sab14.013.21.6 × 0.4vF, vSUGC 944, MCG 6-4-13, CGCG 521-18
NGC 51301 24 26.9+33 47 56Sc13.713.00.9 × 0.6F, S, stellarUGC 953, MCG 6-4-16, CGCG 521-20, ARAK 41, IRAS 01216+3332
NGC 52801 25 33.6+33 40 14S013.512.51.2 × 0.8F, pL, R, lbMUGC 988, MCG 5-4-57, CGCG 502-83, IRAS 01226+3324
NGC 52901 25 40.2+34 42 47E-S013.112.12.4 × 2.1pB, vS, sbM, p of 2UGC 995, MCG 6-4-19, CGCG 521-23, HCG 10B
NGC 53101 26 18.8+34 45 15SB0-a14.913.81.8 × 0.5F, S, RUGC 1012, MCG 6-4-20, CGCG 521-24, HCG 10C
NGC 53601 26 21.6+34 42 12SBb13.212.43.3 × 1.2pB, pL, gbM, f of 2UGC 1013, MCG 6-4-21, CGCG 521-25, HCG 10A
NGC 53701 25 20.7+34 01 31Sbc/P13.512.72.5 × 0.7Stellar (? = GC 306)NGC 523, UGC 979, MCG 6-4-18, IRAS 01225+3345, Arp 158, VV 783, 4ZW 45, CGCG 521-22
NGC 54201 26 30.9+34 40 34Sb15.614.81 × 0.2eF, difficMCG 6-4-22, CGCG 521-26, HCG 10D
NGC 55101 27 40.6+37 10 59SBbc13.512.71.8 × 0.8vF, S, E, vglbM, * 13 nrUGC 1034, MCG 6-4-27, CGCG 521-30, IRAS 01247+3655
NGC 56101 28 18.7+34 18 30SBa13.812.91.6 × 1.5eF, pL, RUGC 1048, MCG 6-4-29, CGCG 521-32, IRAS 01254+3403
NGC 56201 28 29.3+48 23 13Sc14.013.31.3 × 1.1eF, pS, R, D * nr sUGC 1049, MCG 8-3-25, CGCG 551-20, IRAS 01254+4807
NGC 57301 30 49.3+41 15 26S?14.113.20.4 × 0.4vF, vS, R, gbMUGC 1078, CGCG 537-10, IRAS 01278+4100
NGC 59001 33 40.7+44 55 45SB0-a13.913.02.6 × 1.3F, vS, rr ?UGC 1109, MCG 7-4-3, CGCG 537-13, KCPG 37B
NGC 59101 33 31.1+35 40 06SB0-a13.812.91.3 × 1eF, pS, R, lbM, B * sfUGC 1111, MCG 6-4-38, MK 1157, CGCG 521-46, IRAS 01306+3524
NGC 60501 35 02.3+41 14 52S013.912.92.2 × 1.1vF, vS, R, bMUGC 1128, MCG 7-4-4, CGCG 537-14
NGC 62001 36 59.6+42 19 22C/P13.912.91 × 0.9eF, vS, R, lbMUGC 1150, MCG 7-4-6, CGCG 537-16, 5ZW 81, IRAS 01340+4204
NGC 65301 42 25.6+35 38 19Sab14.313.51.5 × 0.2vF, pL, mE, lbM, sev F st invUGC 1193, MCG 6-4-58, CGCG 521-70
NGC 66201 44 35.5+37 41 47Sc13.713.00.8 × 0.5F, S, R, mbMUGC 1220, MCG 6-4-60, CGCG 521-73, IRAS 01416+3726, KUG 0141+374, KARA 62, ARAK 55, 5ZW 98, near SAO 54944
NGC 66801 46 22.6+36 27 36Sb13.713.11.8 × 1.2pF, pS, R, gbMUGC 1238, MCG 6-5-3, CGCG 521-80, CGCG 522-1, IRAS 01434+3612
NGC 67901 49 43.7+35 47 10E-S013.312.31.9 × 1.9F, StellarUGC 1283, MCG 6-5-12, CGCG 522-15, 5ZW 114
NGC 68701 50 33.2+36 22 15S013.312.31.4 × 1.4vF, stellarUGC 1298, MCG 6-5-14, CGCG 522-17
NGC 70001 52 16.8+36 02 12S015.614.60.8 × 0.7eF, vS, R, sp h 157CGCG 522-30
NGC 70301 52 39.6+36 10 20E-S014.313.30.9 × 0.7vF, vS, R, 1st of 4UGC 1346, MCG 6-5-29, CGCG 522-37
NGC 704 101 52 37.7+36 07 37S?13.712.80.6 × 0.4vF, vS, R, 2nd of 4UGC 1343, MCG 6-5-28, CGCG 522-34, 5ZW 134
NGC 704 201 52 38.0+36 07 28C15.614.60.4 × 0.4vF, vS, R, 2nd of 4CGCG 522-33
NGC 70501 52 41.6+36 08 40S0-a14.513.61.2 × 0.3vF, vS, R, 3rd of 4UGC 1345, MCG 6-5-30, CGCG 522-36, 6ZW 90
NGC 70801 52 46.4+36 09 08E213.712.73 × 2.5F, pL, bM, 4th of 4UGC 1348, MCG 6-5-31, CGCG 522-39
NGC 70901 52 50.6+36 13 23S015.214.31 × 0.5vF, pS, bet 2 st, group spCGCG 522-40
NGC 71001 52 54.0+36 03 12Sc14.313.71.3 × 1.2vF, pS, 2 st sUGC 1349, MCG 6-5-33, CGCG 522-41, KUG 0149+358B, IRAS 01499+3548
NGC 71201 53 08.4+36 49 11S013.812.81 × 0.6vF, R, am pB stUGC 1352, MCG 6-5-35, CGCG 522-43
NGC 71401 53 29.6+36 13 17S0-a14.113.11.5 × 0.4F, vS, R, 2 st 13 p and npUGC 1358, MCG 6-5-37, CGCG 522-47
NGC 71701 53 55.0+36 13 47S0-a14.913.91.3 × 0.2vF, pS, * 15 sf 1'UGC 1363, MCG 6-5-41, CGCG 522-52
NGC 72101 54 45.4+39 22 59SBbc14.213.51.7 × 1eF, pLUGC 1376, MCG 6-5-43, CGCG 522-56, IRAS 01517+3908
NGC 73201 56 27.7+36 48 08S014.513.51.4 × 1vF * in vF, vS, R nebyUGC 1406, MCG 6-5-57, MK 1011, IRAS 01535+3633, ARAK 64, CGCG 522-76
NGC 74601 57 51.0+44 55 06Im13.512.91.7 × 1vF, pS, lE, sev st nrUGC 1438, MCG 7-5-3, CGCG 538-4, IRAS 01548+4441
NGC 75301 57 42.4+35 54 57SBbc13.012.33 × 1.9pB, pL, R, gmbMUGC 1437, MCG 6-5-66, CGCG 522-86, IRAS 01547+3540
NGC 75901 57 50.3+36 20 35E013.812.71.4 × 1.4Cl, vS, RUGC 1440, MCG 6-5-67, CGCG 522-87, IRAS 01548+3605
NGC 79702 03 27.9+38 07 03SBa13.612.71.6 × 1.3vF, S, iR, sbM, * nrUGC 1541, MCG 6-5-78, CGCG 522-105, VV 428, 5ZW 170, NPM1G +37.0077
NGC 80102 03 44.9+38 15 34Sc14.013.13.1 × 0.7eF, pS, iR, D * close fUGC 1550, MCG 6-5-79, CGCG 522-106, IRAS 02007+3801
NGC 81202 06 51.7+44 34 21Sbc12.111.32.2 × 0.8eF, pL, E 45°, bMUGC 1598, MCG 7-5-14, CGCG 538-19, IRAS 02037+4419
NGC 81802 08 44.4+38 46 38SBbc13.212.52.9 × 1.2pB, cL, lE, mbMUGC 1633, MCG 6-5-86, CGCG 522-116, IRAS 02057+3832
NGC 82802 10 09.5+39 11 28Sa/P13.212.32.5 × 1.6pB, S, iR, D * f 15sUGC 1655, MCG 6-5-92, CGCG 522-125, 6ZW 177, IRAS 02071+3857
NGC 83402 11 01.2+37 39 58Sbc13.813.11.1 × 0.5vF, S, lEUGC 1672, MCG 6-5-99, CGCG 522-128, IRAS 02080+3725, ARAK 77, KUG 0208+374
NGC 84102 11 17.4+37 29 51SBab13.412.61.8 × 1pB, vS, mbMN = * 13·14UGC 1676, MCG 6-5-101, CGCG 522-131, IRAS 02082+3715, 5ZW 194, KUG 0208+372
NGC 84502 12 19.7+37 28 39Sb14.313.51.7 × 0.4vF, iF, stellarUGC 1695, MCG 6-5-104, CGCG 522-135, IRAS 02093+3714
NGC 84602 12 12.1+44 34 05SBab12.912.11.9 × 1.7eF, vS, R, gbMNGC 847, UGC 1688, MCG 7-5-24, CGCG 538-32, IRAS 02090+4420
NGC 89102 22 33.0+42 20 50Sb10.89.911.7 × 1.6! B, vL, vmE 22°UGC 1831, MCG 7-5-46, CGCG 538-52, IRAS 02195+4209
NGC 89802 23 20.2+41 57 06Sab13.712.91.8 × 0.4eF, vS, lEUGC 1842, MCG 7-6-4, CGCG 538-58, CGCG 539-4, IRAS 02201+4143
NGC 90602 25 16.2+42 05 25SBab13.812.91.8 × 1.6eF, iEUGC 1868, MCG 7-6-12, CGCG 539-14, IRAS 02221+4152
NGC 90902 25 22.7+42 02 10E014.713.70.9 × 0.9vF, vS, vS * invUGC 1872, MCG 7-6-13, CGCG 539-16, NPM1G +41.0066
NGC 91002 25 26.8+41 49 27E013.212.21.6 × 1.6vF, pS, stellarUGC 1875, MCG 7-6-14, CGCG 539-17
NGC 91102 25 42.4+41 57 24E513.712.71.3 × 0.7eF, vS, R, bMUGC 1878, MCG 7-6-16, CGCG 539-21
NGC 91202 25 42.7+41 46 41E-S015.114.10.9 × 0.8F, vS, R, bMMCG 7-6-15, CGCG 539-20, NPM1G +41.0069
NGC 91302 25 44.8+41 47 57S016.015.00.5 × 0.2eF, vS, lbM
NGC 91402 26 05.1+42 08 41Sc13.713.01.5 × 1.1eF, pL, difUGC 1887, MCG 7-6-17, CGCG 539-23, IRAS 02229+4155
NGC 92002 28 45.8+45 58 16S?14.613.71.1 × 0.4eF, eS, R, 1 or 2 eF st nrIC 1799, UGC 1943, MCG 8-5-12, CGCG 553-14, NPM1G +45.0061
NGC 92302 27 34.6+41 58 41Sb14.513.70.8 × 0.6vF, S, R, gsbMUGC 1915, MCG 7-6-22, CGCG 539-30, IRAS 02244+4145
NGC 93302 29 17.4+45 54 43S14.713.91.3 × 0.9eF, eS, R, B * nfUGC 1956, MCG 8-5-13, CGCG 553-16, NPM1G +45.0062
NGC 93702 29 28.1+42 14 59SBc14.914.21.1 × 0.5vF * slightly nebulousUGC 1961, MCG 7-6-24, CGCG 539-32
NGC 94602 30 38.4+42 13 59S014.213.21.5 × 1F, S, R, glbMUGC 1979, MCG 7-6-26, CGCG 539-34, NPM1G +42.0091
NGC 98002 35 18.5+40 55 37S014.013.01.7 × 0.9vF, pS, sp of 2UGC 2063, MCG 7-6-38, CGCG 539-54
NGC 98202 35 24.8+40 52 10Sa13.412.51.5 × 0.6F, S, nf of 2UGC 2066, MCG 7-6-39, CGCG 539-56, IRAS 02322+4039
NGC 99502 38 31.9+41 31 44S014.413.41.3 × 0.6vF, vSUGC 2118, MCG 7-6-44, CGCG 539-63
NGC 99602 38 39.6+41 38 50E014.013.01.2 × 1.2vF, vSUGC 2123, MCG 7-6-45, CGCG 539-64
NGC 99902 38 47.4+41 40 16SBa14.413.51.2 × 0.8eFUGC 2127, MCG 7-6-47, NPM1G +41.0077, CGCG 539-66
NGC 100002 38 49.7+41 27 37C15.614.60.7 × 0.7vvF, pS, difMCG 7-6-48, CGCG 539-67, NPM1G +41.0078
NGC 744022 58 32.5+35 48 11SBa14.413.51.4 × 1.1eF, s, iRUGC 12276, MCG 6-50-14, MK 924, CGCG 515-15, NPM1G +35.0477
NGC 744522 59 22.4+39 06 29E-S015.614.60.7 × 0.2eF, vSMCG 6-50-15, CGCG 515-16, NPM1G +38.0473
NGC 744622 59 28.9+39 05 00E014.813.80.8 × 0.8eF, vS, R, rCGCG 515-17, NPM1G +38.0474
NGC 744922 59 37.6+39 08 45E315.014.01 × 0.7vF, S, R, vS * in centreUGC 12292, MCG 6-50-16, CGCG 515-18
NGC 761823 19 47.3+42 51 10E214.013.01.2 × 1F, S, R, gbMUGC 12516, MCG 7-47-13, CGCG 532-14
NGC 764023 22 06.6+40 50 42SBc11.911.310.5 × 1.8cF, L, mE 164°, vlbM, rUGC 12554, MCG 7-48-2, CGCG 532-17, CGCG 533-1, IRAS 23197+4034
NGC 770723 34 51.3+44 18 17E-S014.413.41.3 × 1.1eF, S, R, * 9·10 p v nrUGC 12683, MCG 7-48-12, CGCG 533-14, NPM1G +44.0415
NGC 783100 07 19.3+32 36 33Sb13.612.81.5 × 0.3eF, vS, mE, vF * v nrIC 1530, UGC 60, MCG 5-1-32, IRAS 00047+3219, CGCG 498-78, CGCG 499-50, ARAK 2
NGC 783600 08 01.6+33 04 17Irr14.413.70.9 × 0.5eF, vS, R, bet 2 stUGC 65, MK 336, CGCG 499-51, IRAS 00054+3247, KUG 0005+327, NPM1G +32.0005, CGCG 498-79
IC 4300 42 22.0+29 38 31Sc13.913.21.6 × 1.4vF, S, mbMUGC 448, MCG 5-2-40, CGCG 500-72, IRAS 00396+2922
IC 4600 42 57.9+27 15 14E?14.913.90.6 × 0.5pB, S, R, bMCGCG 479-63, KARA 32, NPM1G +26.0017
IC 6501 00 55.3+47 40 54SBbc13.512.93 × 0.9eF, pL, mE, B st f & sUGC 625, MCG 8-3-5, CGCG 551-4, IRAS 00580+4724
IC 17801 58 54.9+36 40 30Sab14.113.31.3 × 0.9pF, N = 13mUGC 1456, MCG 6-5-70, CGCG 522-94, IRAS 01559+3625
IC 17902 00 11.5+38 01 17E313.612.61.6 × 1.2pB, S, lE, * 9.5 nfUGC 1475, MCG 6-5-75, CGCG 522-101
IC 23902 36 27.9+38 58 08SBa11.811.14.6 × 4.2vF spiral, F stellar NUGC 2080, MCG 6-6-65, CGCG 523-71, IRAS 02333+3845
IC 152523 59 15.7+46 53 22SBb13.012.21.9 × 1.4eF, pSUGC 12883, MCG 8-1-16, CGCG 548-20, CGCG 549-11, IRAS 23567+4636
IC 153400 13 45.4+48 09 07S014.813.81 × 0.5pF, vS, diffic, * 10 nr nfUGC 125, MCG 8-1-28, CGCG 549-25, 5ZW 6, NPM1G +47.0006
IC 153500 13 57.2+48 09 27Sb15.114.31.3 × 0.3vF, S, 48 nf 6'UGC 131, MCG 8-1-30, CGCG 549-26
IC 153600 14 18.9+48 08 38E-S015.314.30.7 × 0.5F, S, RMCG 8-1-32, MK 939, CGCG 549-28, NPM1G +47.0007
IC 154000 19 48.8+23 46 21SBb14.914.10.9 × 0.4F, S, iFUGC 186, MCG 4-1-50, CGCG 478-54
IC 154100 20 02.0+22 00 02S15.314.50.6 × 0.2F, S, R, lbM, rCGCG 478-55, NPM1G +21.0009
IC 154200 20 41.4+22 35 34S14.914.10.7 × 0.5F, dif, gbMMCG 4-2-1, CGCG 479-1
IC 154300 20 55.6+21 51 56Sbc14.213.40.7 × 0.7F, S, R, gbMNUGC 198, MCG 4-2-2, CGCG 479-2, IRAS 00183+2135
IC 154400 21 17.6+23 05 27SBc14.413.71.2 × 0.8F, S, R, vlbMUGC 204, MCG 4-2-6, CGCG 479-7
IC 154500 21 20.8+21 59 02E316.715.70.3 × 0.2F, vS, R, dif, vFNNPM1G +21.0015
IC 154600 21 29.1+22 30 23Sbc15.514.70.9 × 0.3vF, S, v difficNGC 85B, MCG 4-2-8, CGCG 479-10
IC 154800 21 55.1+22 00 25S15.514.70.9 × 0.7F, vS, R, stellCGCG 479-14, NPM1G +21.0016
IC 155000 24 27.8+38 11 07S014.913.90.9 × 0.6R, stell, vFNMCG 6-2-2, CGCG 519-8
IC 155900 36 52.2+23 59 06S0-a14.714.00.4 × 0.3vF, 0'.5 ssf 169NGC 169A, MCG 4-2-34, MK 341, CGCG 479-44, Arp 282, KCPG 13A
IC 158300 47 10.2+23 04 28S15.714.90.5 × 0.3F, vS, R, stell NMCG 4-3-1, CGCG 480-4, ARAK 13, NPM1G +22.0033
IC 158400 47 18.5+27 49 42SB?14.513.61.6 × 1.4eF, L, dif, rUGC 489, MCG 5-3-4, CGCG 501-14, NPM1G +27.0032
IC 158500 47 14.2+23 03 15C15.614.60.8 × 0.5F, vS, R, stell NMCG 4-3-2, CGCG 480-5, NPM1G +22.0034
IC 158600 47 56.5+22 22 24C15.014.00.3 × 0.2F, vS, R, gbM, rMK 347, CGCG 480-6, 3ZW 12, IRAS 00452+2205
IC 164701 13 14.5+38 53 07Sc15.715.00.7 × 0.3vF, S, R, difficMCG 6-3-24, CGCG 520-27
IC 167501 21 00.1+34 14 56S14.213.40.8 × 0.3F, SUGC 879, MCG 6-4-4, CGCG 521-5
IC 168301 22 39.1+34 26 14Sc14.213.51.3 × 0.6F, S, E ns, gbM, rUGC 916, MCG 6-4-8, MK 987, IRAS 01197+3410, CGCG 521-10, KUG 0119+341
IC 173201 50 48.0+35 55 59S?14.914.01.5 × 0.4vF, pS, mbM, ? eF st invUGC 1307, MCG 6-5-16, CGCG 522-21
IC 535523 47 15.2+32 46 57SBc14.413.71 × 0.6F, pL, E ns, gbMUGC 12781, MCG 5-56-6, CGCG 498-11, IRAS 23447+3230, KARA 1039, KUG 2344+325
IC 536923 59 50.6+32 42 09S15.214.41 × 0.5F, S, R, NCGCG 499-27, CGCG 498-55
IC 537000 00 09.1+32 44 20S0-a15.014.10.8 × 0.7pB, S, R, stell NMCG 5-1-18, CGCG 499-28, CGCG 498-56, NPM1G +32.0620
IC 537100 00 14.8+32 49 56S015.714.70.5 × 0.5F, vS, * 15 attCGCG 499-30, CGCG 498-58, KAZ 234
IC 537200 00 16.3+32 47 35S015.514.50.5 × 0.5F, vS, R NNPM1G +32.0621
IC 537300 00 29.3+32 46 55Sab15.514.70.8 × 0.2pB, S, R, stell NMCG 5-1-19, CGCG 498-59, CGCG 499-31, KAZ 235
IC 537600 01 19.9+34 31 33Sab14.513.72 × 0.3F, S, E ns, gbMUGC 12909, MCG 6-1-7, CGCG 517-13, KAZ 239, CGCG 518-8

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