Sternbild Centaurus (Kentaur)

Centaurus
Centaurus: IAU Sternbildkarte [150]

Eigenschaften

Centaurus ist ein ausgedehntes Sternbild mit ungewöhnlich vielen hellen Sternen und einer Fläche von 1060 Quadratgrad, südlich von Hydra. Das Zentrum kulminiert jeweils etwa am 6. April um Mitternacht. Zwischen den Hufen des Zentauren befindet sich das Kreuz des Südens. [9, 15]

Sterne mit Eigennamen:

  • α1 Centauri: Rigel Kentaurus, Rigil Kent, Toliman
  • β Centauri: Agena, Hadar
  • θ Centauri: Menkent
Daten für das Sternbild Centaurus [150]
IAU NameCentaurus
IAU GenitivCentauri
IAU KürzelCen
Deutscher NameKentaur
Saison (47° N)März … April
Rektaszension11h 05m 21s … 15h 03m 12s
Deklination-64° 41' 45" … -29° 59' 42"
Fläche1060 deg2
Nachbarn (N↻)Hya, Ant, Vel, Car, Mus, Cru, Cir, Lup, Lib

Mythologie und Geschichte

Die Zentauren waren in der griechischen Mythologie meist wilde Mischwesen mit dem Oberkörper eines Menschen bis zur Hüfte, darunter dem Leib eines Pferdes. Der Zentaur Chiron aber war dagegen sehr weise und besonders in der Medizin, Musik und Botanik bewandert. Er war der Lehrer des Achill und des Asklepios. Chiron war auch der Beschützer vieler Helden und hat angeblich die Sternbilder "erfunden". Selbst an den Himmel versetzt wurde er, nachdem ihn Herkules aus Versehen mit einem vergifteten Pfeil getroffen hatte (diese Erklärung wird manchmal auch für Sagittarius überliefert, einen anderen "himmlischen" Zentauren). Am Himmel soll er den in einen Wolf verwandelten König Lykaon (Lupus) in Schach halten.

Das Sternbild war den Griechen bekannt, da es infolge der Präzession der Erdachse vor 2000-3000 Jahren vom Mittelmeerraum, Unterägypten und Vorderasien aus voll gesehen werden konnte. [7]

Kataloge

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
4390π11 21 00.4-54 29 283.89 B5Vn 0.70.2
4441ο111 31 46.1-59 26 325.13 G30-Ia 6.413.3
4442ο211 31 48.8-59 30 575.15 A2Ia
4467λ11 35 46.8-63 01 113.13 B9III 8.216.3
4621δ12 08 21.5-50 43 212.60 B2IVne v1.9268.6
4638ρ12 11 39.1-52 22 073.96 B3V
4743σ12 28 02.4-50 13 503.91 B2V
4802τ12 37 42.2-48 32 283.86 A2V
4819γ12 41 31.0-48 57 352.17 A1IV 0.11.5
4933ξ113 03 33.2-49 31 384.85 A0V
4942ξ213 06 54.6-49 54 224.27 B1.5V 5.125.1
5028ι13 20 35.8-36 42 442.75 A2V
5132ε13 39 53.2-53 27 592.30 B1III 8.436.9
5168113 45 41.2-33 02 384.23 F3IV
5190ν13 49 30.3-41 41 163.41 B2IV
5192213 49 26.7-34 27 034.19 M4.5III
5193μ13 49 37.0-42 28 263.04 B2IV-Ve v10.748.
5210313 51 49.6-32 59 404.56 B5IIIp 1.57.9
5211313 51 50.1-32 59 416.06 B8V 1.57.9
5221413 53 12.5-31 55 404.73 B4IV 3.714.9
5231ζ13 55 32.4-47 17 182.55 B2.5IV
5248φ13 58 16.3-42 06 033.83 B2IV
5249υ113 58 40.8-44 48 133.87 B2IV-V
5260υ214 01 43.4-45 36 134.34 F6II
5267β14 03 49.4-60 22 230.61 B1III v3.21.3
5285χ14 06 02.8-41 10 474.36 B2V
5288θ514 06 41.0-36 22 122.06 K0-IIIb 12.069.9
5367ψ14 20 33.4-37 53 074.05 A0IV 9.536.0
5440η14 35 30.4-42 09 282.31 B1.5Vne v
5459α114 39 35.9-60 50 07-0.01 G2V 1.420.9
5460α214 39 36.1-60 50 081.33 K1V 1.420.9
5576κ14 59 09.7-42 06 153.13 B2IV 8.13.9

«Revised New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue», Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke, 2021 [277]
NameRADecTypBmagVmagDimDreyer BeschreibungIdentifikation
NGC 3533 11 07 07.5-37 10 23Gx (Sab)13.412.62.80 × 0.6eeF, vS * attNGC 3557A, ESO 377-11, MCG -6-25-2, IRAS 11047-3654, AM 1104-365
NGC 3557 11 09 57.4-37 32 22Gx (E3)11.410.44.00 × 3.0B, S, R, pgmbM, 1st of 3ESO 377-16, MCG -6-25-5, AM 1107-371
NGC 3557 A11 07 07.5-37 10 23Sab13.412.62.80 × 0.6B, S, R, pgmbM, 1st of 3NGC 3533, ESO 377-11, MCG -6-25-2, IRAS 11047-3654, AM 1104-365
NGC 3557 B11 09 31.9-37 20 59Gx (E5)13.612.62.00 × 0.5B, S, R, pgmbM, 1st of 3ESO 377-15, MCG -6-25-4
NGC 3564 11 10 36.2-37 32 54Gx (S0)13.112.11.70 × 0.9pF, S, R, bM, 2nd of 3ESO 377-18, MCG -6-25-6, AM 1108-371
NGC 3568 11 10 48.4-37 26 56Gx (SBc)12.712.02.50 × 0.9vF, pL, R, * inv, 3 B st nr, 3rd of 3ESO 377-20, MCG -6-25-9, IRAS 11084-3710
NGC 3573 11 11 18.1-36 52 32Gx (S0-a)13.312.33.60 × 1.0eF, S, R, glbM, 3 st 11 fESO 377-22, MCG -6-25-11, AM 1108-363, IRAS 11089-3636
NGC 3680 11 25 38.0-43 15 00OCL (I2p)7.67.00Cl, cL, pRi, lC, st 10…14OCL 823, ESO 265-SC32
NGC 3699 11 27 57.2-59 57 27PN11.011.30.75B, pL, iR, pgpmbMPK 292+1.1, ESO 129-PN21, AM 1125-594
NGC 3706 11 29 44.2-36 23 29Gx (E-S0)12.411.43.10 × 1.8pB, cS, R, psmbMESO 378-6, MCG -6-25-22
NGC 3742 11 35 32.1-37 57 22Gx (SBab/P)13.012.12.40 × 1.7pF, pL, vlE, glbMESO 320-6, MCG -6-26-1, AM 1133-374
NGC 3749 11 35 53.0-37 59 51Gx (Sa)13.212.34.20 × 1.2F, cS, lE, gvlbMESO 320-8, MCG -6-26-2, AM 1133-374, IRAS 11333-3743
NGC 3766 11 36 14.3-61 36 36OCL (I1p)5.315.00Cl, pL, pRi, pC, st 8…13OCL 860, ESO 129-SC27
NGC 3778 11 38 21.4-50 42 56Gx (E/SB0)14.113.11.20 × 0.9eF, S, R, am 50 S stESO 216-26, AM 1135-502
NGC 3783 11 39 01.6-37 44 18Gx (SBa)12.811.91.90 × 1.7cB, R, sbMN *, * 9 sfESO 378-14, MCG -6-26-4, TOL 55, IRAS 11365-3727
NGC 3882 11 46 06.1-56 23 20Gx (SBbc)12.812.02.30 × 1.4vF, lE, 2 st invESO 170-11, IRAS 11436-5606
NGC 3903 11 49 03.3-37 31 02Gx (SBc)13.512.81.10 × 1.0pB, cS, vlE, lbMESO 378-24, MCG -6-26-8, AM 1146-371, IRAS 11465-3714
NGC 3909 11 49 30.0-48 15 54OCL20.00Cl, vL, lC, st 9…14ESO 217-SC8
NGC 3918 11 50 17.8-57 10 55PN8.48.10.38planetary, !, S, R, blue, = * 7m, d=1s.5PK 294+4.1, ESO 170-PN13, AM 1147-565, CS=10.8, Blue planetary
NGC 3960 11 50 33.1-55 40 35OCL (I2m)8.37.00Cl, pL, pRi, gpmbM, st 13OCL 861, ESO 170-SC14
NGC 4112 12 07 09.2-40 12 28Gx (SBb)12.812.01.60 × 0.9F, S, vlE, glbM, 3 B st nrESO 321-6, MCG -7-25-3, AM 1204-395, IRAS 12045-3955
NGC 4219 12 16 27.4-43 19 21Gx (Sbc)12.711.93.70 × 1.1pF, pL, pmE, vglbMESO 267-37, MCG -7-25-5, AM 1213-430, DCL 9, IRAS 12138-4302
NGC 4219 A12 17 59.6-43 32 26Gx (SBc)14.413.71.30 × 0.6pF, pL, pmE, vglbMESO 267-38, MCG -7-25-6, DCL 13, IRAS 12153-4315
NGC 4230 12 17 16.0-55 05 12OCL (IV2p)5.00Cl, F, pL, iF, st 13…15OCL 874
NGC 4373 12 25 17.7-39 45 38Gx (E/SB0)11.910.93.60 × 2.6pB, S, R, pgvmbMESO 322-6, MCG -6-27-25, AM 1222-392, DCL 38
NGC 4373 A12 25 37.5-39 19 11Gx (S0)12.611.62.60 × 0.9pB, S, R, pgvmbMESO 322-8, MCG -6-27-26, DCL 41, IRAS 12229-3902
NGC 4373 B12 26 43.9-39 08 04Gx (SBd)15.014.41.50 × 0.9pB, S, R, pgvmbMESO 322-10, MCG -6-27-27A, DCL 45
NGC 4444 12 28 36.1-43 15 44Gx (SBbc)13.012.22.50 × 2.3eF, L, R, vgbMESO 268-10, MCG -7-26-7, DCL 56, IRAS 12259-4259
NGC 4499 12 32 04.9-39 58 57Gx (SBbc)14.013.21.80 × 1.3vF, L, R, vglbMESO 322-22, MCG -7-26-8, DCL 63
NGC 4507 12 35 36.6-39 54 33Gx (SBb)12.912.11.60 × 1.3pB, S, R, psmbM * 16ESO 322-29, MCG -7-26-11, TOL 97, DCL 73, IRAS 12329-3938, New 2
NGC 4553 12 36 07.5-39 26 21Gx (SB0-a)13.212.22.10 × 1.0F, vlE, glbMESO 322-30, MCG -6-28-6, DCL 76
NGC 4573 12 37 43.7-43 37 17Gx (SB0-a)13.913.02.50 × 1.9vF, S, * 10 n 30"ESO 268-26, MCG -7-26-14, FAIR 455, AM 1235-432, DCL 84
NGC 4574 12 37 43.5-35 31 05Gx (SBc)13.613.01.80 × 1.1vF, L, lE, vglbMESO 380-49, MCG -6-28-7, FAIR 311, IRAS 12350-3514
NGC 4575 12 37 51.1-40 32 15Gx (SBbc)13.112.62.00 × 1.2F, S, pmE, 2 st pESO 322-36, MCG -7-26-15, DCL 85, IRAS 12351-4015
NGC 4601 12 40 46.6-40 53 37Gx (SB0-a)14.313.41.70 × 0.5eF, L, R, pslbM, p of 2ESO 322-50, MCG -7-26-26, DCL 118
NGC 4603 12 40 55.0-40 58 34Gx (SBc)12.311.43.40 × 2.5F, L, R, vgbM, rESO 322-52, MCG -7-26-28, AM 1238-404, DCL 120, IRAS 12382-4042
NGC 4603 A12 39 36.8-40 44 23Gx (SBc)14.113.41.90 × 0.6F, L, R, vgbM, rESO 322-44, MCG -7-26-20, DCL 105, IRAS 12368-4027
NGC 4603 B12 40 29.6-41 04 12Gx (SBb)15.514.71.40 × 0.3F, L, R, vgbM, rESO 322-48, DCL 114
NGC 4603 C12 40 43.0-40 45 50Gx (S0)14.013.01.70 × 0.4F, L, R, vgbM, rESO 322-49, MCG -7-26-25, DCL 117
NGC 4603 D12 42 07.9-40 49 15Gx (SBcd)14.113.21.50 × 1.1F, L, R, vgbM, rESO 322-55, MCG -7-26-29, DCL 130, IRAS 12394-4033
NGC 4616 12 42 16.5-40 38 30Gx (E0)14.413.30.90 × 0.9eF, vS, R, * att nf, p of 2ESO 322-56, MCG -7-26-30, DCL 134
NGC 4622 12 42 37.6-40 44 38Gx (Sa)13.412.51.70 × 1.6pF, S, R, pslbM, f of 2ESO 322-57, MCG -7-26-31, AM 1239-402, DCL 142
NGC 4622 A12 43 49.0-40 42 52Gx (E/SB0)14.213.20.60 × 0.5pF, S, R, pslbM, f of 2ESO 322-64, MCG -7-26-35, VV 580, AM 1241-402, DCL 162
NGC 4622 B12 43 50.6-40 43 04Gx (S0)15.214.21.10 × 0.7pF, S, R, pslbM, f of 2ESO 322-64A, MCG -7-26-36, VV 580, AM 1241-402, DCL 163
NGC 4645 12 44 09.9-41 44 59Gx (E4)12.911.82.20 × 1.4pB, S, psbMESO 322-66, MCG -7-26-37, DCL 168
NGC 4645 A12 43 05.6-41 21 34Gx (SB0)12.211.12.80 × 0.8pB, S, psbMESO 322-59, MCG -7-26-32, DCL 149, IRAS 12403-4105
NGC 4645 B12 43 31.1-41 21 45Gx (SB0)13.012.11.90 × 0.7pB, S, psbMESO 322-60, MCG -7-26-34, DCL 157
NGC 4650 12 44 19.4-40 43 55Gx (SB0-a)12.611.63.20 × 2.7vF, R, bM, rESO 322-67, MCG -7-26-38, AM 1241-402, DCL 169, IRAS 12415-4027
NGC 4650 A12 44 49.0-40 42 52Gx (S0-a)14.213.31.60 × 0.8vF, R, bM, rESO 322-69, AM 1242-402, DCL 178, PRC A-5
NGC 4650 B12 45 14.9-40 49 28E-S014.513.51.20 × 0.4vF, R, bM, rNGC 4661, ESO 322-72, MCG -7-26-40, DCL 183
NGC 4661 12 45 14.9-40 49 28Gx (E-S0)14.513.51.20 × 0.4F, pL, R, gbMNGC 4650B, ESO 322-72, MCG -7-26-40, DCL 183
NGC 4672 12 46 15.6-41 42 21Gx (Sa)14.013.12.20 × 0.6eF, S, R, vgbMESO 322-73, MCG -7-26-41, AM 1243-412, IRAS 12435-4125, PRC C-42, DCL 189
NGC 4677 12 46 57.0-41 34 57Gx (SB0-a)13.912.81.60 × 0.7eF, lE, vgbMESO 322-78, MCG -7-26-44, DCL 199
NGC 4679 12 47 30.0-39 34 16Gx (SBc)13.112.42.50 × 0.9eeF, pL, RESO 322-82, MCG -6-28-18, DCL 209, IRAS 12447-3917
NGC 4681 12 47 28.7-43 20 05Gx (Sab)13.312.51.40 × 1.2pF, S, R, gbMESO 268-40, MCG -7-26-46, DCL 207, IRAS 12446-4303
NGC 4683 12 47 42.2-41 31 44Gx (E/SB0)13.812.71.30 × 0.9eF, pS, R, vgbM, S * spESO 322-83, MCG -7-26-47, DRCG 56-18, DCL 212
NGC 4696 12 48 49.1-41 18 42Gx (E1/P)11.410.44.70 × 3.3pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-91, MCG -7-26-51, AM 1246-410, DRCG 56-39, DCL 242
NGC 4696 A12 46 55.5-41 29 51Gx (SBb)14.413.61.30 × 0.5pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-77, MCG -7-26-43, DCL 197, IRAS 12441-4113
NGC 4696 B12 47 21.7-41 14 14Gx (E-S0)12.711.61.20 × 0.7pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-81, MCG -7-26-45, DCL 205, IRAS 12446-4058
NGC 4696 C12 48 02.6-40 49 10Gx (Sb)14.513.71.80 × 0.3pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-87, MCG -7-26-48, DRCG 56-67, DCL 222
NGC 4696 D12 48 21.4-41 42 52Gx (SB0)13.812.81.90 × 0.4pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-88, MCG -7-26-49, DRCG 56-10, DCL 228
NGC 4696 E12 48 26.1-40 56 07Gx (SB0)14.413.41.80 × 0.7pB, L, R, gbM, rESO 322-90, MCG -7-26-50, DRCG 56-62, DCL 233
NGC 4706 12 49 54.0-41 16 46Gx (SB0)13.912.81.30 × 0.5vF, vS, R, psbMESO 323-1, MCG -7-26-55, DRCG 56-44, DCL 278
NGC 4709 12 50 03.9-41 22 57Gx (E1)12.010.92.30 × 2.0pB, cS, R, gbMESO 323-3, MCG -7-26-56, AM 1247-410, DRCG 56-28, DCL 282
NGC 4729 12 51 46.2-41 07 56Gx (E0)13.412.31.60 × 1.6neb, 1st of 3 p, a little s of h 3433ESO 323-16, MCG -7-27-2, DCL 314, A 1248-40, DRCG 56-55
NGC 4730 12 52 00.5-41 08 49Gx (E-S0)13.812.81.00 × 1.02nd of 3 p, a little s of h 3433ESO 323-17, MCG -7-27-3, DRCG 56-54, DCL 320
NGC 4743 12 52 15.6-41 23 24Gx (S0)13.412.41.40 × 0.5F, R, gbMESO 323-21, MCG -7-27-5, DRCG 56-25, DCL 331
NGC 4744 12 52 19.5-41 03 38Gx (SB0-a)13.812.72.10 × 1.0F, L, E, gbM, 3rd of 3ESO 323-22, MCG -7-27-6, DRCG 56-57, DCL 332, IRAS 12495-4047
NGC 4751 12 52 50.6-42 39 36Gx (E-S0)12.211.23.00 × 1.1B, pS, R, vg, vsmbMESO 323-29, MCG -7-27-11, DCL 340, IRAS 12500-4223
NGC 4767 12 53 52.9-39 42 52Gx (E5)12.511.52.60 × 1.2B, pS, lE, mbMESO 323-36, MCG -6-28-23, DCL 362
NGC 4767 A12 53 01.3-39 50 09Gx (Sc)16.415.70.80 × 0.3B, pS, lE, mbMESO 323-31, MCG -7-27-11A, DCL 347, IRAS 12502-3933
NGC 4767 B12 54 44.9-39 51 11Gx (SBc)13.813.11.30 × 0.9B, pS, lE, mbMESO 323-41, MCG -7-27-15, DCL 379, IRAS 12519-3934
NGC 4785 12 53 27.1-48 44 59Gx (Sb)13.212.42.00 × 1.0vF, S, R, glbMESO 219-4, IRAS 12506-4828
NGC 4811 12 56 52.3-41 47 51Gx (SB0-a)14.013.11.30 × 0.9eF, cS, R, gbM, p of 2ESO 323-47, MCG -7-27-19, AM 1254-413, DCL 411
NGC 4812 12 56 52.6-41 48 49Gx (S0)13.912.91.20 × 0.4eF, S, R, gbM, f of 2ESO 323-48, MCG -7-27-18, AM 1254-413, DCL 412
NGC 4832 12 57 47.4-39 45 43Gx (S0)12.211.11.80 × 1.2pF, vS, R, sbM * 17, * 10, 70°.3ESO 323-51, MCG -6-29-1, DCL 420
NGC 4835 12 58 07.7-46 15 54Gx (SBbc)12.411.64.00 × 0.9F, pL, mE, vgbMESO 269-19, AM 1255-455, IRAS 12552-4559
NGC 4835 A12 57 13.0-46 22 38Gx (Sc)14.113.42.50 × 0.4F, pL, mE, vgbMESO 269-15, FGCE 1010, IRAS 12543-4606
NGC 4852 13 00 09.0-59 36 48OCL (II2p)8.912.00Cl, L, pRi, iR, st 10OCL 894, ESO 131-SC17
NGC 4903 13 01 22.7-30 56 06Gx (SBc)13.612.91.60 × 1.3vF, cS, R, * att, p of 2ESO 443-30, MCG -5-31-13, AM 1258-303, IRAS 12586-3039
NGC 4905 13 01 30.6-30 52 03Gx (SB0-a)14.213.31.80 × 1.1vF, vS, R, slbM, f of 2ESO 443-31, MCG -5-31-15, AM 1258-303
NGC 4909 13 02 01.7-42 46 18Gx (Sa)13.512.71.90 × 1.7eF, 3 or 4 st 11, 12 fESO 269-35, MCG -7-27-28, FAIR 462, AM 1259-423, DCL 463
NGC 4930 13 04 05.1-41 24 41Gx (SBb)12.011.14.40 × 3.6vF, R, Δ 2 st 8, 9, fESO 323-74, MCG -7-27-29, DCL 481, IRAS 13012-4108
NGC 4936 13 04 17.0-30 31 36Gx (E1)11.710.72.70 × 2.3pB, S, R, bM, * f 6sESO 443-47, MCG -5-31-28, AM 1301-301, IRAS 13016-3016
NGC 4937 13 04 51.9-47 13 08*Grp0.50eeF, S, R, p of 2ESO 269-?40
NGC 4940 13 05 00.2-47 14 13Gx (Sa)13.112.31.00 × 1.0F, S, R, f of 2ESO 269-42, IRAS 13021-4658
NGC 4945 13 05 26.1-49 27 46Gx (SBc)9.38.419.80 × 4.0B, vL, vmE 38°.7ESO 219-24, AM 1302-484, IRAS 13025-4911
NGC 4945 A13 06 33.7-49 41 30Gx (SBm)13.012.42.50 × 1.6B, vL, vmE 38°.7ESO 219-28
NGC 4946 13 05 29.2-43 35 30Gx (E3)13.512.41.60 × 1.2B, pS, R, gpmbM, p of 2ESO 269-45, MCG -7-27-30, DCL 489
NGC 4947 13 05 20.2-35 20 13Gx (SBb)12.711.92.40 × 1.2F, pL, R, vglbMIC 3974, ESO 382-5, MCG -6-29-6, AM 1302-350, IRAS 13025-3504
NGC 4947 A13 04 20.7-35 13 42Gx (SBm)15.114.51.70 × 0.7F, pL, R, vglbMESO 382-4, MCG -6-29-5A
NGC 4950 13 05 36.4-43 30 01Gx (SB0)14.913.90.90 × 0.7eF, S, R, pslbM, f of 2ESO 269-47, MCG -7-27-31, DCL 490
NGC 4953 113 06 10.3-37 35 10Gx (S0-a)13.812.91.20 × 0.9vF, pS, am 3 S stESO 382-8, MCG -6-29-9, VV 671, AM 1303-371, DCL 492
NGC 4953 213 06 08.1-37 35 49Gx (S)15.614.80.60 × 0.4vF, pS, am 3 S stESO 382-8A, MCG -6-29-9, VV 671, AM 1303-371
NGC 4976 13 08 37.4-49 30 21Gx (E4)11.010.05.60 × 3.0B, pL, R, gmbMESO 219-29
NGC 4988 13 09 54.2-43 06 20Gx (S0-a)14.013.11.70 × 0.5vF, S, E, rESO 269-55, MCG -7-27-37, DCL 516, IRAS 13070-4250
NGC 5011 13 12 51.6-43 05 48Gx (E1)12.411.42.50 × 2.1pB, cS, R, am 4 stESO 269-65, MCG -7-27-42, DCL 528
NGC 5011 A13 12 09.7-43 18 29Gx (SBc)14.413.71.60 × 0.7pB, cS, R, am 4 stESO 269-63, MCG -7-27-41, DCL 526, IRAS 13093-4303
NGC 5011 B13 13 12.1-43 14 48Gx (S0)14.513.50.80 × 0.4pB, cS, R, am 4 stESO 269-67, DCL 530
NGC 5011 C13 13 11.8-43 15 57Gx (S0/P)14.213.21.20 × 0.8pB, cS, R, am 4 stESO 269-68, DCL 531, FAIR 464
NGC 5026 13 14 13.4-42 57 41Gx (SBa)12.211.33.30 × 2.1pB, pL, R, gbM, * 7 nfESO 269-73, MCG -7-27-48, DCL 540, IRAS 13113-4241
NGC 5043 13 16 40.0-60 02 30OCL10.00Cl, P, E, sc st 11ESO 132-SC2, *Grp ?
NGC 5045 13 17 04.6-63 24 48OCL60.00Cl, vL, vRi, st 11ESO 96-SC5, in Milky Way
NGC 5062 113 18 23.6-35 27 32Gx (S0)12.211.22.30 × 0.7eF, vS, E, rESO 382-35, MCG -6-29-26, IRAS 13155-3511
NGC 5062 213 18 19.2-35 26 43Gx (E0)15.514.50.50 × 0.5eF, vS, E, r
NGC 5063 13 18 25.7-35 21 11Gx (Sa)13.212.32.30 × 1.8eF, vS, R, * nrESO 382-36, MCG -6-29-27, AM 1315-350
NGC 5064 13 19 00.0-47 54 35Gx (Sb)12.611.81.90 × 0.9B, S, R, pslbMESO 220-2, AM 1316-473, IRAS 13160-4738
NGC 5082 13 20 39.8-43 42 01Gx (SB0)13.612.61.50 × 1.0vF, S, R, 1st of 4ESO 269-89, MCG -7-27-53, DCL 562
NGC 5086 13 20 59.3-43 43 43*2eF, vS, R, 2nd of 4
NGC 5090 13 21 12.7-43 42 18Gx (E2)12.511.52.70 × 2.2pB, pL, R, 3rd of 4ESO 270-2, MCG -7-27-54, AM 1318-432, DCL 565
NGC 5090 A13 19 20.8-43 38 59Gx (S0)14.013.01.70 × 0.6pB, pL, R, 3rd of 4ESO 269-84, AM 1316-432, DCL 555
NGC 5090 B13 20 17.5-43 51 54Gx (SBb)14.013.21.90 × 0.8pB, pL, R, 3rd of 4ESO 269-88, MCG -7-27-52, AM 1317-433, DCL 561, IRAS 13173-4335
NGC 5091 13 21 17.9-43 43 13Gx (Sb)13.913.11.80 × 0.5cF, S, vlE, 4th of 4ESO 270-4, MCG -7-27-55, AM 1318-432, DCL 567
NGC 5102 13 21 57.0-36 37 54Gx (E-S0)10.49.68.60 × 2.7vB, pS, R, svmbMESO 382-50, MCG -6-29-31, AM 1319-362, IRAS 13191-3622
NGC 5108 13 23 18.7-32 20 31Gx (SBbc)14.713.91.20 × 0.3eeF, p of 2ESO 444-20, MCG -5-32-5
NGC 5114 13 24 01.6-32 20 38Gx (E/SB0)13.412.41.80 × 1.0F, lE, psbM, f of 2ESO 444-24, MCG -5-32-6
NGC 5120 13 25 40.3-63 27 29*Grp13.03.00Cl, eRi, mC, st 12…16OCL 899, ESO 96-SC11, Ruprecht 166
NGC 5121 13 24 45.4-37 40 57Gx (Sa)11.510.61.90 × 1.5cB, S, R, psmbM, rESO 382-57, MCG -6-29-35, AM 1321-372, IRAS 13219-3725
NGC 5121 A13 25 32.6-37 22 41Gx (SBd)15.715.11.70 × 0.5cB, S, R, psmbM, rESO 382-61, MCG -6-30-1, AM 1322-370
NGC 5124 13 24 50.2-30 18 29Gx (E6)13.112.12.20 × 0.7vF, S, vlEIC 4233, ESO 444-27, MCG -5-32-9
NGC 5126 13 24 53.4-30 20 01Gx (S0-a)14.013.11.40 × 0.4vF, vSESO 444-28, MCG -5-32-10
NGC 5128 13 25 29.0-43 00 58Gx (S0/P)7.86.825.70 × 20.0!!, vB, vL, vmE 122°.5, bifidESO 270-9, MCG -7-28-1, Arp 153, IRAS 13225-4245, AM 1322-424, PRC C-45, Centaurus A
NGC 5138 13 27 16.0-59 02 30OCL (II2p)7.68.00Cl, Ri, lC, st 11OCL 902, ESO 132-SC7
NGC 5139 13 26 47.0-47 28 51GCL (VIII)6.15.355.00!!!, globular cluster of stars, ω CentauriGCL 24, ESO 270-SC11, Omega Cen
NGC 5140 13 26 21.7-33 52 07Gx (E/SB0)12.811.82.10 × 1.7vF, S, R, glbMESO 382-65, MCG -5-32-16, IRAS 13235-3336
NGC 5155 13 28 18.0-63 28 00*Cloud60.00Cl, vRiESO 96-SC13, in Milky Way
NGC 5156 13 28 44.2-48 55 00Gx (SBb)12.511.72.50 × 2.0pB, cS, iE, glbM, rESO 220-13, IRAS 13256-4839
NGC 5161 13 29 13.7-33 10 28Gx (Sc)12.011.25.60 × 2.3pF, L, vmE, pgbM, rrESO 383-4, MCG -5-32-31, UGCA 359, IRAS 13264-3255
NGC 5168 13 31 07.2-60 56 21OCL (I3p)9.14.00Cl, vF, S, vRi, st 15OCL 905, ESO 132-SC10
NGC 5188 13 31 27.9-34 47 42Gx (SBbc/P)13.012.13.00 × 1.1F, pL, vlE, vglbMMCG -6-30-7, ESO 383-9, AM 1328-343, IRAS 13286-3432
NGC 5193 13 31 53.5-33 14 05Gx (E0)12.511.61.50 × 1.5pB, S, R, g, psbMESO 383-15, MCG -5-32-37, AM 1328-325
NGC 5193 A13 31 49.1-33 14 23Gx (S0)14.013.00.90 × 0.3pB, S, R, g, psbMESO 383-14, MCG -5-32-36
NGC 5206 13 33 43.8-48 09 07Gx (SB0)11.910.93.80 × 3.3F, pL, R, vgbMESO 220-18
NGC 5215 A13 35 06.6-33 28 52Gx (S0)14.213.20.60 × 0.4eF, eS, * s and * pESO 383-28, MCG -5-32-40, VV 693, PGC 47879
NGC 5215 B13 35 09.7-33 29 02Gx (S0)13.912.91.20 × 0.5eF, eS, * s and * pESO 383-29, MCG -5-32-41, VV 693, PGC 47888
NGC 5219 13 38 41.8-45 51 17Sb13.412.61.30 × 0.8vF, S, R, * n, nrNGC 5244, ESO 270-23, MCG -7-28-7, IRAS 13356-4536
NGC 5220 13 35 56.7-33 27 16Gx (Sa)12.912.02.40 × 0.7vF, S, R, * 10 fESO 383-36, MCG -5-32-46, IRAS 13330-3311, "Sombrero"
NGC 5234 13 37 29.8-49 50 14Gx (SB0)13.913.01.30 × 0.8eeF, S, lEESO 220-24
NGC 5237 13 37 38.9-42 50 52Gx (E?)13.212.52.00 × 1.6F, pL, cE, vglbMESO 270-22, MCG -7-28-5, FAIR 160
NGC 5244 13 38 41.8-45 51 17Gx (Sb)13.412.61.30 × 0.8vF, S, R, vglbM, * 13 attNGC 5219, ESO 270-23, MCG -7-28-7, IRAS 13356-4536
NGC 5253 13 39 55.8-31 38 30Gx (S/P)10.910.45.00 × 1.9B, pL, E 45° ±, psmbMESO 445-4, MCG -5-32-60, UGCA 369, AM 1337-312, IRAS 13370-3123
NGC 5266 13 43 01.8-48 10 09Gx (E-S0)12.111.13.30 × 2.3B, pL, vlE, vglbM, 3 st nrESO 220-33, AM 1339-475, IRAS 13399-4755
NGC 5266 A13 40 37.0-48 20 32Gx (SBc)12.712.03.10 × 2.5B, pL, vlE, vglbM, 3 st nrESO 220-30, AM 1337-480, IRAS 13375-4805
NGC 5269 13 44 44.1-62 54 54OCL3.00Cl, P, L, iF, st 12ESO 97-SC4, in Milky Way
NGC 5281 13 46 36.7-62 54 34OCL (I3m)5.98.00Cl, B, S, pC, iR, st 10…12OCL 911, ESO 97-SC5
NGC 5284 13 47 06.0-59 13 39OCL10.030.00 × 20.0Cl, L, vRi, st 7…16ESO 133-?4
NGC 5286 13 46 26.5-51 22 22GCL (V)7.411.00globular, vB, pL, R, rrr, st 15GCL 26, ESO 220-SC38
NGC 5291 113 47 24.3-30 24 19Gx (E3)15.114.11.20 × 0.8vF, R, vlbM, ** pESO 445-30, MCG -5-33-6
NGC 5291 213 47 23.1-30 25 02Gx (S/P)15.514.70.80 × 0.4vF, R, vlbM, ** pMCG -5-33-5, AM 1344-301
NGC 5292 13 47 40.0-30 56 22Gx (Sab)12.611.81.80 × 1.6pF, S, R, 2 st nrESO 445-31, MCG -5-33-8, IRAS 13447-3041
NGC 5298 13 48 36.3-30 25 45Gx (SBb)14.013.11.40 × 0.6F, S, R, gbMESO 445-39, MCG -5-33-15
NGC 5299 13 50 48.0-60 24 00*Cloud30.00Cl, vL, vRiESO 133-?5
NGC 5302 13 48 49.8-30 30 43Gx (SB0-a)13.112.11.70 × 1.0F, S, R, gbMESO 445-43, MCG -5-33-18
NGC 5304 13 50 01.4-30 34 43Gx (E-S0)13.512.51.50 × 1.0eF, pS, lE, vF * fESO 445-52, MCG -5-33-22
NGC 5307 13 51 03.3-51 12 19PN12.111.20.30planetary, or vF, eS, D nebPK 312+10.1, ESO 221-PN11, AM 1347-505
NGC 5316 13 54 00.0-61 51 00OCL (III1p)6.015.00Cl, pL, pC, st 11OCL 913, ESO 133-SC6
NGC 5333 13 54 24.1-48 30 46Gx (SB0)11.710.71.90 × 1.0vF, vS, R, * 8 fESO 221-17
NGC 5357 13 55 59.4-30 20 30Gx (E1)13.012.01.60 × 1.4pF, S, R, glbM, bet 2 st 10ESO 445-78, MCG -5-33-32
NGC 5365 13 57 50.5-43 55 55Gx (SB0)12.511.43.80 × 2.1pB, cS, R, pgbM, am stESO 271-8, MCG -7-29-2
NGC 5365 A13 56 39.4-44 00 34Gx (SBb)13.612.82.60 × 0.5pB, cS, R, pgbM, am stESO 271-6, MCG -7-29-1, PGC 49593, IRAS 13535-4345
NGC 5365 B13 58 39.5-43 57 51Gx (Sab)14.113.31.60 × 0.4pB, cS, R, pgbM, am stESO 271-9, MCG -7-29-3, IRAS 13555-4343
NGC 5367 13 57 43.8-39 58 42RN2.00 × 2.0!, vB, vL, vl, vsmbM **IC 4347, ESO 325-N*36
NGC 5381 14 00 42.0-59 33 00OCL (II2p)11.00Cl, Ri, vC, pL, st 11…12OCL 915, ESO 133-SC11
NGC 5397 14 01 10.5-33 56 44Gx (E/SB0)12.711.61.40 × 1.0vF, S, R, gbMESO 384-31, MCG -6-31-13, IRAS 13582-3342
NGC 5398 14 01 21.7-33 03 47Gx (SBdm/P)12.812.22.80 × 1.7pB, pL, R, vgbMESO 384-32, MCG -5-33-37, UGCA 379, AM 1358-324, IRAS 13584-3249
NGC 5408 14 03 21.0-41 22 43Gx (IBm)12.211.61.90 × 1.0eF, E, bet 2 vS stMCG -7-29-6, ESO 325-47, TOL 116, IRAS 14002-4108
NGC 5408 A14 03 18.2-41 23 13GxyP0.15eF, E, bet 2 vS stHenize 959, HII not PN in N5408
NGC 5419 14 03 38.7-33 58 42Gx (E2)11.910.84.10 × 3.3pB, pL, R, gpmbMESO 384-39, MCG -6-31-19
NGC 5460 14 07 36.0-48 18 00OCL (II3m)5.635.00Cl, vL, vlC, st 8…OCL 925, ESO 221-SC24
NGC 5483 14 10 25.0-43 19 30Gx (SBc)11.911.23.90 × 3.6pF, vL, R, vgbMESO 271-19, MCG -7-29-8, IRAS 14072-4305
NGC 5488 14 08 02.9-33 18 53Gx (SBbc)12.511.73.40 × 1.0F, R, * 8 s nrIC 4375, ESO 384-58, MCG -5-33-48, AM 1405-330, IRAS 14051-3305
NGC 5489 14 12 00.7-46 05 20Gx (Sa)13.112.21.50 × 1.0vF, S, R, bMESO 271-21
NGC 5494 14 12 23.7-30 38 41Gx (Sc)12.511.82.30 × 2.1pB, L, R, gbM, rrESO 446-25, MCG -5-34-1, IRAS 14094-3024
NGC 5516 14 15 54.6-48 06 53Gx (E-S0)13.012.01.80 × 1.2pF, S, R, psbM, S ** nfESO 221-34, AM 1412-475
NGC 5606 14 27 47.2-59 37 56OCL (I1p)7.73.00Cl, S, pC, st L & SOCL 922, ESO 134-SC3
NGC 5617 14 29 44.0-60 42 39OCL (I3m)6.310.00Cl, L, pRi, pCM, st 8…OCL 919, ESO 134-SC4
NGC 5662 14 35 30.8-56 39 46OCL (II3m)5.530.00Cl, L, pRi, lC, st 9…OCL 928, ESO 175-SC10
NGC 5786 14 58 56.4-42 00 52Gx (SBbc)12.311.52.30 × 1.2F, mE, B * sfESO 327-37, MCG -7-31-4, IRAS 14556-4148, Kappa Cen (3.1) 5' s
IC 844 13 03 18.2-30 31 15Gx (S0)13.812.81.60 × 0.4vF, vS, lbMESO 443-40, MCG -5-31-24
IC 953 13 54 57.0-30 17 00*vF, eS, gbM
IC 955 13 55 43.6-30 15 43NFvF, vS, gbM
IC 957 13 56 07.8-30 14 17NFvF, S, gbM
IC 1023 14 32 25.1-35 48 13OCL5.00NebESO 385-SC39
IC 2872 11 28 16.0-62 59 00EN15.00 × 6.0vL, mE, bMESO 94-EN1
IC 2944 11 35 47.3-63 01 11EN4.540.00 × 20.0* 3.4 in eL nebRunning Chicken nebula
IC 2948 11 39 05.0-63 26 36EN45.00 × 40.0eeLESO 94-SC5 involved
IC 2949 11 40 54.4-46 27 16*2No descr
IC 2977 11 55 14.5-37 41 46Gx (Sm)13.212.31.60 × 0.7eF, vS, * 7 spESO 379-9, MCG -6-26-14, AM 1152-372
IC 3057 12 15 02.0-44 28 24NFcF, S, R ( ? defect)ESO 267-?33
IC 3253 12 23 45.0-34 37 17Gx (Sc)12.311.62.70 × 1.1eF, vL, mE 20°, lbMESO 380-24, MCG -6-27-21, IRAS 12211-3420
IC 3290 12 25 08.8-39 46 33Gx (SB0-a)12.912.02.00 × 1.4pF, vS, R, * att, 4373 fESO 322-4, MCG -6-27-24, AM 1222-392, DCL 35
IC 3370 12 27 37.2-39 20 16Gx (E2)12.011.02.10 × 1.6pB, pL, R, * 8.5 p 4'ESO 322-14, MCG -6-27-29, AM 1224-390, IRAS 12249-3903, PRC C-41, DCL 50
IC 3639 12 40 52.9-36 45 21Gx (SBbc)13.112.31.20 × 1.2pF, pS, * 12.5 sspESO 381-8, MCG -6-28-11, FAIR 312, IRAS 12381-3628, TOL 74, AM 1238-362
IC 3896 12 56 42.8-50 20 50Gx (E3)12.110.92.50 × 1.8bM, magn 14ESO 219-12
IC 3896 A12 55 30.8-50 04 16Gx (SBcd)12.912.12.30 × 1.8bM, magn 14ESO 219-8, IRAS 12526-4948
IC 3974 13 05 20.2-35 20 13SBb12.711.92.40 × 1.2eeF, pS, lENGC 4947, ESO 382-5, MCG -6-29-6, AM 1302-350, IRAS 13025-3504
IC 3986 13 01 00.8-32 26 29Gx (S0)12.911.91.90 × 1.5eeF, pS, R, * 10 nfESO 443-24, MCG -5-31-12
IC 4200 13 09 34.8-51 58 07Gx (S0)13.712.71.50 × 1.0F, bM, magn 14.5ESO 219-33
IC 4214 13 17 42.7-32 06 05Gx (SBab)12.311.42.80 × 1.8pB, pS, R, * 9 sfESO 444-5, MCG -5-31-43, IRAS 13149-3150
IC 4219 13 18 29.8-31 37 52Gx (SBb)13.613.01.10 × 1.0eeF, pL, R, * 9 spESO 444-6, MCG -5-31-44, IRAS 13157-3122
IC 4233 13 24 50.2-30 18 29E613.112.12.20 × 0.7eeF, pS, R, 4 st sfNGC 5124, ESO 444-27, MCG -5-32-9
IC 4247 13 26 44.4-30 21 43Gx (Sbc)14.613.81.30 × 0.5S, E, magn 14ESO 444-34, MCG -5-32-17
IC 4291 13 36 56.3-62 05 35OCL (II2p)9.74.00pS, R, bMESO 132-SC15
IC 4296 13 36 38.8-33 57 57Gx (E0)11.610.62.80 × 2.8pF, pS, RESO 383-39, MCG -6-30-16, AM 1333-334
IC 4299 13 36 47.5-34 03 57Gx (SBa)13.712.61.90 × 0.9eeF, eS, F * attESO 383-42, MCG -6-30-17
IC 4311 13 40 08.0-51 02 11Gx (Sbc)14.213.41.00 × 0.7vF, ? spiralESO 220-27, IRAS 13370-5047
IC 4312 13 40 30.8-51 04 17Gx (SB0)13.312.30.90 × 0.7eeF, bMESO 220-29, IRAS 13373-5049
IC 4321 13 44 31.1-30 08 23Gx (Sab)15.014.20.80 × 0.6bM, magn 15ESO 445-22, MCG -5-32-73
IC 4324 13 45 27.2-30 13 38Gx (Sbc)14.814.00.80 × 0.5bM, magn 13.5ESO 445-25, MCG -5-32-75, AM 1342-295, IRAS 13426-2958
IC 4327 13 48 43.9-30 13 05Gx (SBc)14.513.91.00 × 0.5bM, magn 12.5ESO 445-41, MCG -5-33-16, IRAS 13458-2958
IC 4329 13 49 05.3-30 17 46Gx (E/SB0)12.211.33.20 × 1.9F, cS, bMESO 445-46, MCG -5-33-19, AM 1346-300
IC 4329 A13 49 19.3-30 18 36Gx (S0-a)14.013.01.40 × 0.4F, cS, bMESO 445-50, MCG -5-33-21, IRAS 13464-3003
IC 4347 13 57 43.8-39 58 42RN2.00 × 2.0* 9 in eeF nebNGC 5367, ESO 325-N*36
IC 4352 13 58 25.1-34 31 03Gx (Sab)13.212.41.80 × 0.7sev eF st in eeF neb, 2 st 8 nESO 384-22, MCG -6-31-7, IRAS 13554-3416
IC 4359 14 05 23.3-45 16 12Gx (Sc)13.713.01.10 × 0.9eF, vS, E 170°, bet 2 F stESO 271-15, IRAS 14022-4501
IC 4362 14 05 22.1-41 49 09Gx (SBc)13.412.71.70 × 0.7vF, S, vE 175°ESO 325-50, MCG -7-29-7, IRAS 14022-4134
IC 4366 14 05 11.3-33 45 39Gx (SBc)13.212.61.60 × 1.3vF, vS, cE 170°ESO 384-45, MCG -5-33-42, IRAS 14022-3331
IC 4367 14 05 36.4-39 12 11Gx (SBc)12.912.21.80 × 1.6eeF, pS, R, bet 2 stESO 325-51, MCG -6-31-21, IRAS 14025-3857
IC 4375 14 08 02.9-33 18 53SBbc12.511.73.40 × 1.0eF, eS, eE 15°, stell N, * spNGC 5488, ESO 384-58, MCG -5-33-48, AM 1405-330, IRAS 14051-3305
IC 4376 14 10 50.5-30 47 35*3F, S, eE 40°
IC 4378 14 12 09.5-34 15 54Gx (S0)14.513.50.80 × 0.5vF, vS, E 150°ESO 384-64, MCG -6-31-27, VV 743, AM 1409-340
IC 4379 14 12 10.1-34 16 16Gx (Sbc)15.514.71.20 × 0.2vF, vS, E 90°ESO 384-65, MCG -6-31-28, VV 743, AM 1409-340
IC 4385 14 14 31.7-42 19 25*GrpvS, R, lbM
IC 4386 14 15 02.3-43 57 41Gx (SBd)13.112.53.00 × 1.5F, vS, RESO 271-25, MCG -7-29-11, AM 1411-434, IRAS 14118-4343
IC 4387 14 15 01.5-43 59 25Gx (SBm)15.014.41.10 × 0.8F, vS, RESO 271-24, MCG -7-29-10
IC 4388 14 16 03.5-31 45 12Gx (Sb)14.413.61.10 × 1.0vF, vS, R, sbMESO 446-38, MCG -5-34-3, AM 1413-313, IRAS 14131-3131
IC 4389 14 16 46.2-40 33 11Gx (Sc)15.114.40.90 × 0.7vF, vS, R, difESO 326-16
IC 4390 14 16 59.3-44 58 42Gx (SBbc)13.813.01.80 × 0.6eF, vS, mE 5°, stell NESO 271-28, MCG -7-29-12, FAIR 327, IRAS 14137-4444
IC 4391 14 16 27.0-31 41 06Gx (Sb)14.513.70.90 × 0.7vF, vS, RESO 446-41, MCG -5-34-5, AM 1413-312, IRAS 14135-3127
IC 4393 14 17 49.2-31 20 54Gx (Sc)14.313.62.40 × 0.3cF, S, eE 75°ESO 446-44, MCG -5-34-6, FGCE 1141, IRAS 14148-3107
IC 4400 14 22 14.0-60 34 09*4F, S, E
IC 4411 14 25 00.0-35 01 12NFF, S, eE 45°
IC 4421 14 28 31.2-37 35 01Gx (E4)13.412.31.10 × 0.7eef, vS, R, F * fESO 385-27, MCG -6-32-6
IC 4430 14 29 19.3-33 27 18Gx (SB0)12.911.92.30 × 1.3cF, cS, indistinctMCG -5-34-14, ESO 385-30
IC 4432 14 28 49.7-39 33 07Gx (Sc)16.415.61.10 × 0.2vF, vS, mE 85°ESO 326-25
IC 4451 14 34 37.0-36 17 10Gx (E4)12.711.71.80 × 1.1vF, vS, R, * n 0'.5ESO 385-46, MCG -6-32-10
IC 4458 14 38 05.0-39 28 25*3eF, eS, E 100°in line w. 4th star
IC 4464 14 37 48.9-36 52 43Gx (SB0)12.811.81.60 × 0.6vF, S, R, N, wisp at 45°ESO 385-50, MCG -6-32-11
IC 4490 14 45 21.5-36 10 23*2Oval, around 2 st 9.5 and 10ESO 386-**17
IC 4511 14 52 05.0-40 29 42NFcS, R, lbM, difPlate defect?

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