Constellation Aries (Ram)

Aries
Aries: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

α, β and γ Arietis form a curved line and represent the horns of the ram. These stars are noticeable not because of their brightness, but because of their easy-to-remember pattern. Aries is to the west of the conspicuous seven stars, the Pleiades, followed by Taurus. The constellation area is 441 square degrees. The center culminates at midnight on around October 20th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α Arietis: Hamal, Hemal, Hamul, Ras Hammel
  • β Arietis: Sharatan, Sheratan, Al Sharatain
  • γ2 Arietis: Mesarthim, Mesartim, "First Star In Aries"
  • δ Arietis: Botein
Data for constellation Aries [150]
IAU NameAries
IAU GenitiveArietis
IAU Abbr.Ari
English NameRam
Season (47° N)August … February
Right Ascension1h 46m 38s … 3h 29m 43s
Declination10° 21' 48" … 31° 13' 17"
Area441 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)Tri, Psc, Cet, Tau, Per

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

First Point of Aries (Vernal Equinox)

Around two millennia ago the sun crossed the celestial equator to the north in this constellation. At that time this intersection was often called «First Point of Aries» and marked the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere of the earth. From here the right ascension was counted. However, in the meantime the First Point of Aries, today called the vernal equinox, has moved into the constellation of Pisces due to the precession movement of the earth's axis. [7]

Vernal equinox
Vernal equinox: Migration of the vernal equinox in the period from 1600 to 2400 AD. It is currently in the Pisces constellation and is approaching Aquarius. [7]

Mythology and History

The constellation Aries can be traced back to ancient times. Although it is rather an inconspicuous constellation, many legends have formed around it.

A legend comes from Greek mythology. There was Aries the ram with the golden fleece. Some say that this ram is the king of the gods himself: Zeus presumably took the form of a ram to escape persecution by the giants. [76]

In another legend, the ram was sent by Hermes - the messenger of gods and god of sleep and dreams - to save Prince Phrixus and his sister Helle. The two were the children of the cloud goddess Nephele and the ruler of Orchomenus. They were to be offered at the request of the Father's mistress, Ino. The ram tried to carry the prince and princess on his back through the air over land and sea - but Helle fell to death while Phrixus clung to the ram's wool and was able to save himself. The ram carried the prince to a land near the Black Sea. (The Dardanelles strait, between the Aegean and the Marmara Sea, was called the Hellespont because of this legend in ancient times.)

The ram then ordered Phrixus to sacrifice him to the gods and to take away his golden wool. Phrixus presented the fleece to King Aeetes, who hung it in a sacred wood, where it was guarded by a sleepless dragon. The golden fleece was so bright that it bathed the land in golden light at night.

The Golden Fleece was later associated with the voyage of the ship Argo, manned by Jason and his famous Argonauts - the heroes of Greek legend. They drove to Colchis to conquer the Golden Fleece. In the meantime, Aries has been given a place under the stars for his friendliness and generosity.

Perhaps the reason why the stars in the constellation Aries are so dark is that Aries lost its brilliant golden fleece before it was placed between the stars. [76]

The constellation for the Romans was Aries; Ovid called it Phrixea Ovis (sheep of Phrixos), others called it Portior Phrixi, Phrixi Vector (something like ferryman of Phrixos). After the golden coat color it was called Ovis aurea and Ovis auratus.

At this point it should be noted that there used to be a constellation north of Aries that is no longer recognized today. The constellation was called Musca Borealis (Northern Fly). Other names were fly, Vespa (wasp, brake) and Apis (bee).

Another view is that Aries represents the partially modified figure Beel-zebul. Beel-zebul or Beelzebub is an etymological, but not entirely certain, derivation of Baal-Zebub, the lord of the flies. Another derivation is that of the Phoenician conception of God: Baal the prince. In the New Testament (Matthew 12, 24-27), Beelzebub is seen as the supreme demon, in the Middle Ages he was seen as the patron of magic and spell; Christian theologians have made him prince of the kingdom of darkness, the devil. [20]

The Arabs saw a sheep in the stars of Aries, the Chinese a dog. [7]

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
522401 48 10.9+16 57 205.84 B9.5V
530101 50 08.5+22 16 315.86 K1III+A6V 1.12.8
545γ1501 53 31.8+19 17 454.83 H B9V v0.17.8
546γ2501 53 31.8+19 17 374.75 H A1pSi 0.17.8
553β601 54 38.4+20 48 292.64 A5V
559701 55 51.0+23 34 385.74 K1III
563ι801 57 21.1+17 49 035.10 K1p 1.00.0
569λ901 57 55.7+23 35 464.79 F0V 2.537.4
6051002 03 39.3+25 56 085.63 F8IV 1.50.8
613κ1202 06 33.9+22 38 545.03 A2m
6151102 06 49.2+25 42 176.15 B9IV-Vn 5.51.6
617α1302 07 10.4+23 27 452.00 K2-IIICa-1
6231402 09 25.3+25 56 234.98 F2III 2.5105.9
6311502 10 37.6+19 30 015.70 M3IIIab
6331602 11 12.0+25 56 136.02 gK4
646η1702 12 48.1+21 12 395.27 F5V
6481902 13 03.3+15 16 475.71 M0III
6562002 15 46.0+25 46 595.79 F6IV-V
6572102 15 42.8+25 02 355.58 F6V 0.30.2
669θ2202 18 07.5+19 54 045.62 A1Vn
702ξ2402 24 49.0+10 36 385.47 B7IV
7292602 30 38.4+19 51 196.15 A9V
7312702 30 54.4+17 42 146.23 G5III-IV
7412902 32 54.1+15 02 056.04 F8V
7633102 36 37.9+12 26 515.68 F7V 0.10.0
7643002 36 57.7+24 38 547.09 F4V 0.638.3
7653002 37 00.5+24 38 516.50 F6III 0.638.3
773ν3202 38 49.0+21 57 415.43 A7V
7823302 40 41.1+27 03 395.30 A3V 4.228.6
793μ3402 42 22.0+20 00 425.69 R A0Vnp: 0.80.1
8013502 43 27.1+27 42 264.66 B3V
8083602 44 19.1+17 45 506.46 K2III
809ο3702 44 32.9+15 18 425.77 B9Vn
8123802 44 57.6+12 26 455.18 A7III-IV
8243902 47 54.5+29 14 504.51 K1.5III
8284002 48 32.1+18 17 015.82 K1III 0.00.2
836π4202 49 17.5+17 27 515.22 B6V 3.00.0
8384102 49 59.0+27 15 383.63 B8Vn 4.8124.9
847σ4302 51 29.6+15 04 555.49 B7V
867ρ24502 55 48.5+18 19 545.91 M6-III:
869ρ34602 56 26.1+18 01 235.63 F6V
8784702 58 05.2+20 40 075.80 F5IV
887ε4802 59 12.7+21 20 254.63 A2V s 0.31.5
888ε4802 59 12.7+21 20 254.63 A2V s 0.31.5
9054903 01 54.1+26 27 445.90 A3m
9275203 05 26.7+25 15 196.80 B7V 0.00.2
9285203 05 26.7+25 15 197.00 B7V 0.00.2
9385303 07 25.7+17 52 486.11 B1.5V 0.00.0
9405403 08 21.2+18 47 426.27 M0III
9445503 09 36.7+29 04 375.72 B8III
951δ5703 11 37.8+19 43 364.35 K2III v
9545603 12 14.2+27 15 255.79 B9pSi v
972ζ5803 14 54.1+21 02 404.89 A1V
9955903 19 55.8+27 04 165.90 G6IV
10006003 20 25.6+25 39 466.12 gK3
1005τ16103 21 13.6+21 08 495.28 B5IV 2.50.2
10126203 22 11.9+27 36 275.52 G5III
1015τ26303 22 45.2+20 44 315.09 K3III
10226403 24 18.5+24 43 275.50 gK4
10276503 24 26.1+20 48 136.08 A1V
10486603 28 26.6+22 48 156.03 K0IV 1.40.0

«Revised New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue», Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke, 2021 [277]
NameRADecTypeBmagVmagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification
NGC 671 01 46 59.1+13 07 31Gx (S?)14.213.31.50 × 0.5eF, pS, R, bet D * and *UGC 1247, MCG 2-5-29, CGCG 437-27, IRAS 01443+1252
NGC 673 01 48 22.4+11 31 17Gx (Sc)13.212.62.10 × 1.7pF, pL, E, lbM, * 11 nf 3'UGC 1259, MCG 2-5-33, CGCG 437-30, IRAS 01457+1116
NGC 674 01 51 17.5+22 21 27SBbc12.812.04.00 × 1.3pB, vmE, * 14 f 8sNGC 697, UGC 1317, MCG 4-5-22, CGCG 482-27, IRAS 01485+2206
NGC 675 01 49 08.5+13 03 35Gx (S)15.314.41.00 × 0.4vF, S, R, lbM, sp of 2UGC 1273, MCG 2-5-41, CGCG 437-37
NGC 677 01 49 14.0+13 03 21Gx (E0)13.212.22.00 × 2.0eeF, S, R, nf of 2UGC 1275, MCG 2-5-42, CGCG 437-39, NPM1G +12.0057, IRAS 01464+1249
NGC 678 01 49 24.8+21 59 49Gx (SBb)13.312.24.50 × 0.8pB, S, iR, mbM, p of 2UGC 1280, MCG 4-5-14, CGCG 482-18, A 0147+21
NGC 680 01 49 47.3+21 58 16Gx (E1)12.911.91.80 × 1.6pB, S, iR, mbM, f of 2UGC 1286, MCG 4-5-15, CGCG 482-19
NGC 683 01 49 46.6+11 42 07Gx (S?)14.513.61.00 × 1.0eF, 2 st 14 p 90"UGC 1288, MCG 2-5-47, CGCG 437-43, NPM1G +11.0070, IRAS 01471+1127
NGC 691 01 50 41.7+21 45 37Gx (Sbc)12.211.43.40 × 2.5F, cL, vglbMUGC 1305, MCG 4-5-19, CGCG 482-23, CGCG 460-31, IRAS 01479+2130
NGC 694 01 50 58.4+21 59 49Gx (S0/P)14.313.70.60 × 0.4F, S, R, bet 2 st 15UGC 1310, MCG 4-5-20, MK 363, IRAS 01481+2144, CGCG 482-24, 5ZW 122
NGC 695 01 51 14.2+22 34 58Gx (S0/P)13.812.80.80 × 0.7vS, stellarUGC 1315, CGCG 482-26, 5ZW 123, NPM1G +22.0080, IRAS 01484+2220
NGC 697 01 51 17.5+22 21 27Gx (SBbc)12.812.04.00 × 1.3F, cL, E, mbMNGC 674, UGC 1317, MCG 4-5-22, CGCG 482-27, IRAS 01485+2206
NGC 711 01 52 27.7+17 30 47Gx (S0)14.113.11.60 × 0.7vF * in vF, vS nebyUGC 1342, MCG 3-5-24, CGCG 460-38, NPM1G +17.0073
NGC 716 01 52 59.5+12 42 30Gx (SBa)13.812.91.80 × 0.8eF, S, R, B * fIC 1743, UGC 1351, MCG 2-5-54, CGCG 437-49, IRAS 01503+1227
NGC 719 01 53 38.8+19 50 27Gx (S0)14.213.21.40 × 1.1eF, R, vF * fIC 1744, UGC 1360, MCG 3-5-26, CGCG 460-40, NPM1G +19.0077
NGC 722 01 54 46.9+20 41 54Gx (Sbc)14.213.41.70 × 0.5vF, vS, R, β Arietis nUGC 1379, MCG 3-5-32, CGCG 460-46, near Beta Ari
NGC 765 01 58 48.1+24 53 32Gx (SBbc)13.612.82.80 × 2.8vF, vSUGC 1455, MCG 4-5-25, CGCG 482-33, IRAS 01559+2439
NGC 770 01 59 13.5+18 57 18Gx (E1)13.812.81.10 × 0.8vF, S, R, sp I 112UGC 1463, MCG 3-6-10, CGCG 461-16, Arp 78
NGC 772 01 59 19.5+19 00 27Gx (Sb)11.110.37.20 × 4.3B, cL, R, gbM, rUGC 1466, MCG 3-6-11, CGCG 461-18, KARA 80, Arp 78, IRAS 01565+1845
NGC 774 01 59 34.7+14 00 30Gx (S0)14.013.01.50 × 1.2vF, stellarUGC 1469, MCG 2-6-8, CGCG 438-10
NGC 776 01 59 54.6+23 38 39Gx (SBb)13.212.41.70 × 1.7F, pLUGC 1471, MCG 4-5-28, CGCG 482-37, IRAS 01570+2323
NGC 781 02 00 08.8+12 39 20Gx (Sb)13.913.11.50 × 0.4eF, stellarUGC 1482, MCG 2-6-10, CGCG 438-11, KARA 81
NGC 786 02 01 24.6+15 38 46Gx (S?)14.313.40.70 × 0.6eF, vSUGC 1506, MCG 2-6-12, CGCG 438-13, KCPG 50, IRAS 01587+1524
NGC 792 02 02 15.3+15 42 44Gx (S0)14.113.11.70 × 1.1eF, S, R, * 11 75°UGC 1517, MCG 2-6-15, CGCG 438-14, IRAS 01595+1528
NGC 794 02 02 29.4+18 22 22Gx (E-S0)13.812.71.30 × 1.1vF, cS, stellarIC 191, UGC 1528, MCG 3-6-24, CGCG 461-31
NGC 803 02 03 44.8+16 01 52Gx (Sc)13.212.63.00 × 1.3vF, S, iR, glbM, * 10 p 3s.5UGC 1554, MCG 3-6-28, CGCG 461-38, IRAS 02010+1547
NGC 810 102 05 28.6+13 15 04Gx (E2)14.913.91.70 × 1.3vF, vS, R, bMUGC 1583, MCG 2-6-26, CGCG 438-24
NGC 810 202 05 29.4+13 15 04Gx (E+*?)16.515.50.20 × 0.1vF, vS, R, bMUGC 1583, MCG 2-6-26, CGCG 438-24, double system ?
NGC 817 02 07 33.6+17 12 07Gx (S?)14.213.30.70 × 0.3eF, vS, R, 2 st nrUGC 1611, MCG 3-6-33, CGCG 461-47, IRAS 02048+1657
NGC 820 02 08 24.9+14 20 59Gx (Sb)13.612.81.40 × 0.8F, vS, R, bMUGC 1629, MCG 2-6-36, CGCG 438-31, IRAS 02057+1406
NGC 821 02 08 21.0+10 59 39Gx (E6)11.710.72.40 × 1.7pB, vS, vlE, svmbM, * 10 np 1'UGC 1631, MCG 2-6-34, CGCG 438-33, KARA 89
NGC 870 02 17 09.1+14 31 22Gx (C)16.515.50.30 × 0.3eF, stellar, 2 vF st close sp, s of h 208MCG 2-6-52
NGC 871 02 17 10.6+14 32 51Gx (SBc)14.213.61.10 × 0.5vF, vS, E, * 10 sf 5'UGC 1759, MCG 2-6-53, CGCG 438-46, IRAS 02144+1419
NGC 876 02 17 53.2+14 31 16Gx (Sc)15.414.72.00 × 0.4eF, S, R, 107" sp h 210UGC 1766, MCG 2-6-57
NGC 877 02 17 59.7+14 32 38Gx (SBbc)12.611.92.40 × 1.9pF, pL, lE, pgbM, * 12 sf 1', * 9 166°, 285"UGC 1768, MCG 2-6-58, CGCG 438-52
NGC 882 02 19 39.8+15 48 53Gx (S0)14.613.61.20 × 0.6eF, R, gbM, * 16 nrUGC 1789, MCG 3-6-52, CGCG 462-1, CGCG 461-73, NPM1G +15.0088
NGC 900 02 23 32.1+26 30 43Gx (S0)14.713.71.10 × 0.7vF, vS, stellarUGC 1843, MCG 4-6-20, CGCG 483-23, NPM1G +26.0061
NGC 901 02 23 34.0+26 33 24Gx (C)15.814.80.40 × 0.4eF, vS
NGC 903 02 24 00.8+27 21 25Gx (S0)16.715.70.50 × 0.3eF, eS, RNPM1G +27.0093
NGC 904 02 24 05.5+27 20 35Gx (E3)14.613.61.20 × 0.9vF, vS, R, lbMUGC 1852, MCG 4-6-24, CGCG 483-28, NPM1G +27.0094
NGC 915 02 25 45.5+27 13 18Gx (S0)15.214.20.70 × 0.7eF, vS, stellarMCG 4-6-33, CGCG 483-41, NPM1G +26.0063
NGC 916 02 25 47.6+27 14 35Gx (S)16.115.30.90 × 0.3eFMCG 4-6-34, CGCG 483-43, NPM1G +27.0095, IRAS 02231+2702
NGC 918 02 25 50.8+18 29 45Gx (SBc)13.112.23.50 × 2.0pF, L, R, * 10 sf 3'UGC 1888, MCG 3-7-11, CGCG 462-11, KARA 103, IRAS 02230+1816
NGC 919 02 26 16.6+27 12 41Gx (Sab)15.314.51.20 × 0.3eFUGC 1894, MCG 4-6-39, CGCG 483-49
NGC 924 02 26 46.7+20 29 50Gx (S0)13.412.42.30 × 1.3eF, vS, iRUGC 1912, MCG 3-7-12, CGCG 462-12
NGC 927 02 26 37.3+12 09 19Gx (SBc)14.113.41.20 × 1.2F, S, bMUGC 1908, MCG 2-7-9, MK 593, CGCG 439-9, IRAS 02239+1155
NGC 928 02 27 40.8+27 13 15Gx (S)14.814.00.70 × 0.3eF, vS, stellarMCG 4-6-50, CGCG 483-60
NGC 930 02 27 56.7+20 20 33GxyP14.50.10 × 0.1eF, S, iR, vgbM, II 489 sf 1'knot in NGC 932
NGC 932 02 27 54.6+20 19 59Gx (Sa)13.312.41.90 × 1.6F, S, lE, 3 st invUGC 1931, MCG 3-7-14, CGCG 462-14, NPM1G +20.0087, IRAS 02251+2006
NGC 935 02 28 11.2+19 35 57Gx (Sc)13.612.91.70 × 1.1pB, pS, R, * f 6sUGC 1937, MCG 3-7-15, CGCG 462-16, KCPG 68A, Arp 276, VV 238
NGC 938 02 28 33.5+20 17 02Gx (E3)13.412.41.60 × 1.2pB, S, R, lbM, * 11 sfUGC 1947, MCG 3-7-17, CGCG 462-17
NGC 962 02 32 39.9+28 04 15Gx (E1)13.912.91.40 × 1.2eF, S, gbMNUGC 2013, MCG 5-7-4, CGCG 505-3
NGC 972 02 34 13.3+29 18 37Gx (Sab)12.311.43.30 × 1.6pB, cL, lE, gmbM, 3 st sUGC 2045, MCG 5-7-10, CGCG 505-12, KUG 0231+290, IRAS 02312+2905
NGC 976 02 33 59.9+20 58 38Gx (Sbc)13.312.41.60 × 1.3vF, vS, 4 F st nrUGC 2042, MCG 3-7-27, CGCG 462-27, IRAS 02311+2045
NGC 984 02 34 43.0+23 24 49Gx (S0-a)13.812.82.00 × 1.2vF, eS, R, bMUGC 2059, MCG 4-7-12, CGCG 484-10, 5ZW 257, NPM1G +23.0074
NGC 990 02 36 18.1+11 38 32Gx (E2)13.512.51.80 × 1.5F, S, R, psbMUGC 2089, MCG 2-7-18, CGCG 439-19
NGC 992 02 37 25.5+21 06 01Gx (Sc)13.712.80.90 × 0.7pF, pS, mE, * sUGC 2103, MCG 3-7-35, CGCG 462-35, A 0234+20, ARAK 88, IRAS 02345+2053
NGC 1012 02 39 14.7+30 09 05Gx (S0-a)12.912.02.50 × 1.1F, pS, iR, bM, st invUGC 2141, MCG 5-7-27, CGCG 505-30, KUG 0236+299, IRAS 02362+2956
NGC 1024 02 39 11.8+10 50 52Gx (Sab)13.112.13.90 × 1.5pF, S, lE, bM, * 11 nf 1'UGC 2142, MCG 2-7-20, CGCG 439-22, Arp 333, IRAS 02365+1037
NGC 1028 02 39 37.1+10 50 36Gx (SBc)15.514.80.90 × 0.3eFMCG 2-7-23, CGCG 439-25
NGC 1029 02 39 36.4+10 47 36Gx (S0-a)14.113.21.40 × 0.4F, S, mEUGC 2149, MCG 2-7-24, CGCG 439-24
NGC 1030 02 39 50.5+18 01 26Gx (Sbc)14.113.31.60 × 0.7vF, iEUGC 2153, MCG 3-7-39, CGCG 462-39, IRAS 02370+1748
NGC 1036 02 40 29.0+19 17 49Gx (P)13.813.21.50 × 1.1F, S, R, lbMIC 1828, UGC 2160, MCG 3-7-41, MK 370, IRAS 02376+1904
NGC 1054 02 42 15.8+18 13 03Gx (Sbc)14.513.70.90 × 0.5vF, vS, lEMCG 3-7-46, CGCG 462-45, IRAS 02394+1800
NGC 1056 02 42 48.4+28 34 28Gx (Sa)13.312.42.40 × 1.1F, S, R, psbMUGC 2183, MCG 5-7-32, MK 1183, CGCG 505-36, IRAS 02398+2821
NGC 1059 02 42 35.5+17 59 46*2eF, hardly sure (d'A not found)
NGC 1088 02 47 03.9+16 12 01Gx (S0-a)14.513.61.00 × 0.6vF, S, iFUGC 2253, MCG 3-8-9, CGCG 463-11
NGC 1109 02 47 43.5+13 15 20Gx (C)15.414.40.60 × 0.5vFIC 1846, UGC 2265, MCG 2-8-6, CGCG 440-8
NGC 1111 02 48 39.3+13 15 33Gx (S)16.015.20.50 × 0.2F, vS, stellarIC 1850
NGC 1112 02 49 00.4+13 13 25Gx (SBc)14.513.81.20 × 0.9F, pSIC 1852, UGC 2293, MCG 2-8-11, CGCG 440-15, IRAS 02462+1301
NGC 1113 02 49 04.6+13 18 27*15.2vF
NGC 1115 02 50 25.4+13 16 01Gx (S?)15.614.70.70 × 0.2vFMCG 2-8-16, CGCG 440-20
NGC 1116 02 50 35.8+13 20 06Gx (Sab)15.114.31.40 × 0.3vFUGC 2326, MCG 2-8-17, CGCG 440-21
NGC 1117 102 51 13.2+13 11 09Gx (E3)15.314.30.70 × 0.5Close to a S *UGC 2337, MCG 2-8-20, CGCG 440-22, KCPG 80B
NGC 1117 202 51 13.6+13 11 16Gx (C)16.515.50.10 × 0.1Close to a S *UGC 2337, CGCG 440-22
NGC 1117 A02 51 12.9+13 11 33Gx (E-S0)14.913.90.50 × 0.3Close to a S *UGC 2337, MCG 2-8-19, CGCG 440-22, KCPG 80A
NGC 1127 02 52 51.8+13 15 25Gx (SBab)15.514.70.70 × 0.5vFUGC 2356, MCG 2-8-24, CGCG 440-24, NPM1G +13.0111
NGC 1134 02 53 41.1+13 00 53Gx (Sb)13.012.22.50 × 0.9F, S, iR, rUGC 2365, MCG 2-8-27, CGCG 440-27, Arp 200, IRAS 02509+1248
NGC 1156 02 59 42.1+25 14 14Gx (IBm)12.311.72.60 × 1.7pB, cL, pmE 0°, bet 2 stUGC 2455, MCG 4-8-6, CGCG 485-6, KARA 121, VV 531, IRAS 02567+2502
NGC 1166 03 00 34.9+11 50 34Gx (Sab)14.814.01.00 × 1.0eF, SUGC 2471, MCG 2-8-46, CGCG 440-41, KCPG 85A, IRAS 02579+1138
NGC 1168 03 00 47.0+11 46 20Gx (Sb)15.014.21.10 × 0.6eFUGC 2476, MCG 2-8-47, CGCG 440-42, KCPG 85B
NGC 1170 03 02 26.8+27 04 22NFeL, dif
NGC 1236 03 11 27.9+10 48 32Gx (S)15.614.80.90 × 0.6eF, vS, RCGCG 441-3, NPM1G +10.0108
NGC 1240 03 13 26.6+30 30 27*4eF, vS, ? vS st
IC 163 01 49 15.0+20 42 38Gx (SBdm)13.613.01.80 × 0.9F, pS, R, bMUGC 1276, MCG 3-5-18, CGCG 460-28, IRAS 01465+2027
IC 167 01 51 08.5+21 54 45Gx (SBc)13.613.12.70 × 1.8eF, * 10.5 n 4'UGC 1313, MCG 4-5-21, CGCG 482-25, Arp 31, IRAS 01483+2139
IC 180 02 00 00.3+23 36 18Gx (Sb)15.414.60.80 × 0.3vF, eS, R, stellar, sf 776MCG 4-5-31, CGCG 482-39, NPM1G +23.0052
IC 181 02 00 02.3+23 39 33Gx (C)15.714.70.50 × 0.4eF, eS, stellarMCG 4-5-30, CGCG 482-39, NPM1G +23.0053
IC 189 02 01 52.9+23 33 04Gx (SBc)14.613.90.70 × 0.6vF, vS, R, * 13.5 closeMCG 4-5-39, CGCG 482-51, IRAS 01590+2318
IC 190 02 02 07.2+23 33 01Gx (E?)15.114.10.80 × 0.5F, vS, R, mbMMCG 4-5-40, CGCG 482-52, NPM1G +23.0057
IC 191 02 02 29.4+18 22 22E-S013.812.71.30 × 1.1pB, pL, lE [probably = h 188]NGC 794, UGC 1528, MCG 3-6-24, CGCG 461-31
IC 192 02 02 32.4+16 00 51Gx (S0)14.513.50.90 × 0.7F, L, R, lbMUGC 1530, MCG 3-6-25, CGCG 461-32
IC 193 02 02 31.0+11 05 35Gx (Sc)14.113.41.70 × 1.5eF, pS, lE, B * sf, F * fUGC 1529, MCG 2-6-16, CGCG 438-17, KARA 84
IC 195 02 03 44.6+14 42 33Gx (S0)14.013.01.50 × 0.5eeF, S, R, F * sUGC 1555, MCG 2-6-17, CGCG 438-19, KCPG 53A, Arp 290, VV 309
IC 196 02 03 49.7+14 44 21Gx (SBb)13.712.92.80 × 1.4pF, pS, R, 3 st nrUGC 1556, MCG 2-6-18, CGCG 438-20, KCPG 53B, Arp 290, VV 309
IC 212 02 13 38.2+16 35 40Gx (Sc)15.414.70.90 × 0.7F, vS, R, stellarCGCG 461-62, NPM1G +16.0070
IC 213 02 14 04.2+16 27 22Gx (SBb)14.613.81.90 × 1.5F, S, gbM, * 13.5 closeUGC 1719, MCG 3-6-46, CGCG 461-67
IC 222 02 22 47.9+11 38 19Gx (Sc)15.214.50.80 × 0.5F, S, irr, N, excentrMCG 2-7-4, CGCG 439-3
IC 235 02 32 50.8+20 38 29Gx (P)14.914.40.40 × 0.3F, S, difUGC 2016, MK 368, CGCG 462-22, IRAS 02300+2025
IC 238 02 35 22.7+12 50 18Gx (S0)13.812.81.20 × 0.6vF, vS, R, mbMUGC 2070, MCG 2-7-16, CGCG 439-18
IC 248 02 41 25.6+17 48 43Gx (Sa)14.313.40.90 × 0.6vFUGC 2170, MCG 3-7-44, CGCG 462-43, IRAS 02386+1735
IC 255 02 47 03.3+16 17 20Gx (SBbc)15.714.90.70 × 0.3vF, vS, R, * 12 f 5sMCG 3-8-8, CGCG 463-12
IC 267 02 53 50.1+12 50 57Gx (SBb)13.913.01.60 × 0.7vF, pS, dif, II 254 npUGC 2368, MCG 2-8-28, CGCG 440-28, IRAS 02511+1238
IC 279 03 01 12.2+16 12 33Gx (Sc)15.214.50.40 × 0.3vF, vS, R, difCGCG 463-45
IC 1730 01 49 57.9+22 00 46Gx (S0)15.414.40.80 × 0.5F, S, R, gbMMCG 4-5-15A, CGCG 482-20, NPM1G +21.0080
IC 1736 01 50 53.2+18 18 09Gx (Sbc)14.914.11.10 × 0.4F, pS, E 210°, glbMUGC 1309, MCG 3-5-20, CGCG 460-32
IC 1742 01 53 14.3+22 43 16Gx (Sc)14.914.20.80 × 0.5F, S, lE pf, glbMMCG 4-5-23, CGCG 482-28, KARA 67
IC 1743 01 52 59.5+12 42 30SBa13.812.91.80 × 0.8vF, pS, lbM, dif, ? = 716NGC 716, UGC 1351, MCG 2-5-54, CGCG 437-49, IRAS 01503+1227
IC 1744 01 53 38.8+19 50 27S014.213.21.40 × 1.1F, S, R, glbMNGC 719, UGC 1360, MCG 3-5-26, CGCG 460-40, NPM1G +19.0077
IC 1748 01 56 08.8+17 38 28Gx (SBbc)14.513.71.00 × 0.7vFUGC 1403, MCG 3-6-2, CGCG 460-52, CGCG 461-6
IC 1755 01 57 09.8+14 32 59Gx (Sa)14.713.81.40 × 0.3F, S, difUGC 1428, MCG 2-6-5, CGCG 438-7
IC 1764 02 00 23.3+24 34 47Gx (SBb)14.113.31.20 × 0.8F, vS, R, lbMUGC 1486, MCG 4-5-33, CGCG 482-44, IRAS 01575+2420
IC 1774 02 03 59.0+15 19 04Gx (SBcd)14.613.91.60 × 1.2vF, difUGC 1559, MCG 2-6-20, CGCG 438-21
IC 1775 02 05 17.5+13 30 20Gx (SBbc)15.815.00.70 × 0.7F, S, dif, * 13.5 nrMCG 2-6-23
IC 1777 02 06 08.6+15 12 36Gx (S)15.614.80.70 × 0.7F, eS, R, stellMCG 2-6-29, CGCG 438-27, NPM1G +14.0071
IC 1780 02 06 51.1+14 43 20Gx (S?)15.814.90.70 × 0.3F, S, dif, sev st 9∙10 nrMCG 2-6-32, CGCG 438-29
IC 1790 02 17 37.9+12 30 33Gx (Sc)15.614.91.00 × 0.3F, S, difUGC 1762, MCG 2-6-55, CGCG 438-50, KCPG 63A
IC 1791 02 17 41.3+12 28 13Gx (S0)14.313.31.00 × 1.0S, R, like neb * 11UGC 1764, MCG 2-6-56, CGCG 438-51, KCPG 63B
IC 1794 02 21 30.1+15 45 44Gx (S0-a)14.713.80.90 × 0.7F, vS, dif, rMCG 3-7-3, CGCG 462-4, NPM1G +15.0089, IRAS 02187+1532
IC 1797 02 25 27.9+20 23 44Gx (SBc)15.414.70.70 × 0.2F, vS, iF, difUGC 1880, MCG 3-7-10, CGCG 462-10, ARAK 83, IRAS 02226+2010
IC 1798 02 26 15.5+13 25 51Gx (E0)16.515.50.30 × 0.3vF, vS, sbM * 15
IC 1801 02 28 12.9+19 34 59Gx (SBb)14.613.81.60 × 0.6F, S, glbM, difUGC 1936, MCG 3-7-16, CGCG 462-15, KCPG 68B, Arp 276, VV 238
IC 1802 02 29 13.9+23 05 00Gx (S0)14.613.41.30 × 1.1* 11 np 1'MCG 4-6-57, CGCG 483-67, NPM1G +22.0099
IC 1803 02 29 17.2+23 08 27Gx (C)16.015.00.30 × 0.2Stell N
IC 1804 102 29 54.4+23 05 50Gx (E4)14.913.90.80 × 0.5No descrMCG 4-6-60, CGCG 783-68, NPM1G +22.101
IC 1804 202 29 49.9+23 06 31Gx (E0)15.714.70.30 × 0.3No descrMCG 4-6-58
IC 1806 02 29 34.9+22 56 38Gx (E3)16.115.10.70 × 0.5F, vS, R, bMNNPM1G +22.0100
IC 1807 02 30 30.9+22 57 01Gx (E0)15.714.70.40 × 0.4F, vS, R, lbMMCG 4-6-62, CGCG 483-71, NPM1G +22.0103
IC 1809 02 31 40.5+22 55 03Gx (SBb)14.713.90.90 × 0.7pB, pL, E 135°, gbMUGC 1996, MCG 4-7-4, CGCG 484-2, 3ZW 48, IRAS 02288+2241
IC 1817 102 33 49.5+11 12 12Gx (Sd)15.314.70.40 × 0.2F, pL, E pf, difMCG 2-7-14, CGCG 439-16, KCPG 70A
IC 1817 202 33 50.8+11 12 10Gx (Sc)16.515.80.70 × 0.4F, pL, E pf, difMCG 2-7-15, CGCG 439-16, KCPG 70B, IRAS 02311+1059
IC 1821 102 36 25.3+13 46 50Gx (S)15.114.30.60 × 0.4pF, S, gbM, difCGCG 439-20, NPM1G +13.0098
IC 1821 202 36 26.6+13 46 47Gx (S)17.316.50.30 × 0.2pF, S, gbM, difCGCG 439-20
IC 1828 02 40 29.0+19 17 49P13.813.21.50 × 1.1F, S, iF, gbMNNGC 1036, UGC 2160, MCG 3-7-41, MK 370, IRAS 02376+1904
IC 1829 02 40 32.8+14 17 53Gx (C)15.614.60.80 × 0.8vF, vS, dif, rCGCG 439-26
IC 1832 02 41 57.6+19 01 50Gx (S0)15.114.10.70 × 0.6F, iF or lE ns, bMNMCG 3-7-45, CGCG 462-44, NPM1G +18.0103
IC 1835 102 43 49.0+14 53 22Gx (S)15.414.60.50 × 0.5F, S, R, difCGCG 439-27, CGCG 440-1, Z 0241.1+1441
IC 1835 202 43 48.6+14 53 13Gx (C+C)16.515.50.30 × 0.2F, S, R, difCGCG 439-27, CGCG 440-1, Z 0241.1+1441, double system
IC 1838 102 44 43.0+19 27 18Gx (Sc)15.314.60.50 × 0.3F, vS, R, sbM * 14MCG 3-8-2, CGCG 463-5
IC 1838 202 44 43.0+19 27 32Gx (S)17.016.20.20 × 0.1F, vS, R, sbM * 14MCG 3-8-2, CGCG 463-5
IC 1839 02 44 43.0+15 14 22Gx (Sbc)15.114.31.00 × 0.5vF, S, R, difUGC 2220, MCG 2-8-1, CGCG 440-2
IC 1841 02 45 36.3+18 55 45Gx (SBb)15.114.30.70 × 0.5F, vS, R, gvlbMCGCG 463-7
IC 1842 02 45 23.4+11 27 32Gx (S0)15.514.51.10 × 0.3F, vS, R, glbMCGCG 440-3, KARA 117
IC 1846 02 47 43.5+13 15 20C15.414.40.60 × 0.5F, S, glbMNGC 1109, UGC 2265, MCG 2-8-6, CGCG 440-8
IC 1847 02 47 53.6+14 30 20Gx (S)15.414.60.40 × 0.3F, S, iF, rCGCG 440-10, NPM1G +14.0092
IC 1850 02 48 39.3+13 15 33S16.015.20.50 × 0.2F, S, difNGC 1111
IC 1852 02 49 00.4+13 13 25SBc14.513.81.20 × 0.9F, pS, R, gbMNGC 1112, UGC 2293, MCG 2-8-11, CGCG 440-15, IRAS 02462+1301
IC 1854 02 49 20.6+19 18 16Gx (S0)14.913.90.60 × 0.5F, vS, R, bMNMK 372, CGCG 463-20, NPM1G +19.0098
IC 1855 02 49 04.3+13 26 34Gx (C)16.015.00.30 × 0.3F, pL, D ns, biN* 12m 20" s
IC 1857 02 49 38.8+14 37 12Gx (Sbc)14.814.01.00 × 0.5F, S, R, glbMUGC 2312, MCG 2-8-13, CGCG 440-16
IC 1861 02 53 07.0+25 29 25Gx (S0)14.313.31.20 × 0.8F, pS, R, vgbMUGC 2357, MCG 4-7-28, CGCG 484-23, KARA 120
IC 1890 03 09 58.4+19 12 31Gx (S0)15.614.60.70 × 0.7pB, pL, iF, N, rMCG 3-9-4, CGCG 464-5, NPM1G +19.0103
IC 1891 03 10 12.0+19 36 24Gx (S)16.015.20.30 × 0.2vF, S, bM, dif
IC 1893 03 10 16.5+19 37 01Gx (S)16.515.70.20 × 0.1ef, vS, diffic
IC 1894 03 10 25.4+19 36 26Gx (S0)15.614.60.50 × 0.2F, S, vlbM, difCGCG 464-6, NPM1G +19.0105

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