Constellation Hercules

Hercules
Hercules: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

The constellation Hercules lies between Lyra and Corona Borealis, at the head of the dragon. Although it is the fifth largest constellation in the sky at 1225 square degrees, it is not that noticeable. The most striking thing about this constellation is the trapezoid in the middle at the height of the parallelogram of the lyre. From there it is easy to find the arms and legs of des Hercules. The center of the constellation culminates around midnight on June 13th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α1 Her: Rasalgethi, Ras Algethi, Rasalegti
  • β Her: Kornephoros, Korneforos, Rutilicus
  • δ Her: Sarin
  • κ Her: Marfik, Marsik, Mirfak, Marfak
  • λ Her: Maasym, Masym, Misam
  • ω Her: Kajam, Cujam, Cajam, Caiam
Data for constellation Hercules [150]
IAU NameHercules
IAU GenitiveHerculis
IAU Abbr.Her
English NameHercules
Season (47° N)March … October
Right Ascension15h 48m 30s … 18h 57m 50s
Declination+03° 40' 25" … +51° 19' 27"
Area1225 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)Dra, Boo, CrB, Ser, Oph, Aql, Sge, Lyr

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

Mythology and History

Hercules, also Herakles (Heras fame) is probably the most famous figure of the Greek legend. Several constellations are therefore associated with it in the sky.

Alkmene was a granddaughter of Perseus, who only wanted to become the wife of Amphitryon when he returned from a war. In his absence, Zeus fell in love with the beautiful Alcmene. To spare her remorse, he appeared in the form of her husband Amphitryon. He even boasted in front of her of the heroic deeds that were actually taking place in another place at the same moment, and placed a golden goblet at her feet, which Amphitryon wanted to bring back as prey for his future wife. Is it any wonder that Alcmene gave himself to him? But as fate plays, the real Amphitryon also comes back to his Alcmene towards the morning of the same night after a successful battle. Zeus disappeared and Alkmene received her Amphitryon without knowing or even suspecting that she was loved and had sons by two different husbands on the same night: by Zeus Heracles and by the real Amphitryon Iphicles.

Zeus knew how to arrange it so that Hera took Heracles to her breast as an infant. He began to suckle with such force that it pushed him back and a stream of milk shot across the sky and became the Milky Way. But one sip of the divine milk was enough to make Heracles immortal.

Hera, the rightful wife of Zeus, was hated by this Heracles from the bottom of her soul and she understood - in a shrewd confusion of the succession - to deprive Heracles of the royal dignity due to him and to make Eurysteus king of Argos. Hence the dependence of Heracles on Erysteus, who imposed on him those well-known "twelve works" which were apparently impracticable, but which ultimately increased Heracles' fame immeasurably:

  1. Overcoming the Nemean Lion
  2. The battle with the Lernaean Hydra
  3. The capture of the Keryneian bitch
  4. Getting hold of the Erymanthian Bird
  5. The cleaning of the Augean stables
  6. The expulsion of the stymphalic birds
  7. Bringing the Cretan Bull
  8. The capture of the mares of Diomedes
  9. The robbery of the Amazon belt
  10. The kidnapping of Geryon's cattle
  11. The bringing in of the golden apples of the Hesperides
  12. The descent into the underworld

The Delphic Oracle commanded Heracles to build a pyre on Mount Oita and to climb it. The mighty fire burned everything that was mortal about Heracles and a lightning bolt was seen descending from the sky and Heracles was gone to the human eye. Zeus lifted him to Olympus and transformed it into a constellation.

A very early Phoenician name for this constellation is Melkarth. Melkarth or Melqart was the main god of Tire in Phenicia and was assigned to the sea and also to the shipping, which was very important there. There are pictures of this god on coins as he rides a sea horse. Melqart was later also considered the sun god and was equated with Heracles.

In addition to Hercules, one also reads Clavator and Claviger (club bearer), Alcides (Hercules as the grandson of Alceus), Amphitryoniades (Alkmene was the mother of Hercules and wife of Amphitryon), Heros Tirynthius (Tirynthian hero, Hercules) and Ramus pomifer (fruit-bearing branch, meaning the golden apples of the Hesperides).

This constellation was also interpreted as Ixion, whereby it comes in connection with the constellation of Sagittarius. Ixion was the king of Thessaly. He invited his future father-in-law Eioneus to the wedding, but he dug a pit at the gates of his palace, which he filled with glowing coals. Eioneus rushed in and died. This unprecedented crime was not forgiven for a long time until Zeus finally invited Ixion to the purification ceremony on Olympus, where Ixion tried to seduce Hera. Had Zeus not hastily created a cloud that looked like Hera, a second crime would have occurred. The cloud - it was Nephele - became pregnant and gave birth to the original centaur, a being half human and half horse, violent, maddened and unrestrained, who impregnated the wild mares from Pelion Mountain and begat the lineage of the Centaurs. Ixion was banished forever to the underworld, where he was tied to a fiery burning wheel that keeps turning. [20]

The constellation is also associated with the main character from the Sumerian Epic of Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh was the legendary demigod and ruler of Uruk, probably the oldest city in Babylonia. [6, 7]

At this point it should be pointed out that the (no longer recognized) constellation Cerberus existed between Hercules and the Swan. [20]

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
5914χ115 52 40.5+42 27 064.62 F8VFe-2Hdel -1
5932215 54 37.9+43 08 195.37 M3IIIBa0.3
5938415 55 30.6+42 33 585.75 B9pe v
5966516 01 14.3+17 49 065.12 G8IIIbFe-0.5
5982υ616 02 47.9+46 02 124.76 B9III
6008κ716 08 04.5+17 02 495.00 G8III 1.228.1
6009κ716 08 04.9+17 03 166.25 K1III 1.228.1
6013816 08 46.6+17 12 216.14 A0Vnn
6023φ1116 08 46.2+44 56 064.26 B9p:Mn:
60391016 11 38.0+23 29 415.70 M4.5IIIa
6047916 13 15.4+05 01 165.48 gK5
60651616 15 28.7+18 48 305.69 K3III
6092τ2216 19 44.4+46 18 483.89 B5IV 10.76.7
6095γ2016 21 55.2+19 09 113.75 A9III 6.441.6
61112116 24 10.8+06 56 535.85 A2pSr:
6117ω2416 25 25.0+14 02 004.57 B9pCr 8.128.4
61232516 25 24.2+37 23 385.54 A5V 0.2
61463016 28 38.5+41 52 545.04 M6-III
6148β2716 30 13.2+21 29 232.77 G7IIIa 7.3256.2
61563416 30 06.0+48 57 396.45 A1V
61582816 32 35.7+05 31 165.63 B9.5III
61592916 32 36.3+11 29 174.84 K7III
6168σ3516 34 06.2+42 26 134.20 B9V 3. 0.1
61943616 40 35.1+04 12 266.93 A3IV 1.269.6
61953716 40 38.7+04 13 115.77 A1V 1.269.6
62004216 38 44.9+48 55 424.90 M2.5IIIab 5.425.6
6212ζ4016 41 17.2+31 36 112.81 G0IV 2.61.1
62133916 41 36.7+26 55 015.92 F2III 0.1
6220η4416 42 53.8+38 55 203.53 G7.5IIIbFe-1 113.5
62284316 45 49.9+08 34 575.15 K5III 3.982.5
62344516 47 46.4+05 14 485.24 B9pCr: 5.2122.7
62504716 50 19.4+07 14 525.49 A3m
62545216 49 14.2+45 59 004.82 A2VpSrCrEu v4.61.8
62585016 50 39.0+29 48 245.72 M1IIIa
62684916 52 04.9+14 58 276.52 B9.5pCr:
62705116 51 45.3+24 39 235.04 K0.5IIIaCa0.5
62795316 52 58.1+31 42 065.32 F0-2V 6.770.9
62925616 55 02.1+25 43 506.08 G5III 4.617.9
62935416 55 22.2+18 26 005.35 K4III 4.22.5
63055716 57 31.0+25 21 106.28 gG5
6324ε5817 00 17.4+30 55 353.92 A0V
63325917 01 36.4+33 34 065.25 A3IV
63466117 03 30.2+35 24 516.69 R M4IIIab
63556017 05 22.7+12 44 274.91 A4IV 6.156.0
63916317 11 03.2+24 14 166.19 A8V
6406α16417 14 38.9+14 23 253.48 H M5Ib-II e2.24.9
6407α26417 14 39.2+14 23 245.39 H G5III+F2V 2.24.9
6410δ6517 15 01.9+24 50 213.14 A3IV 5.68.5
6418π6717 15 02.8+36 48 333.16 K3IIab e
64316817 17 19.5+33 06 004.82 B1.5Vp+B5III 5.14.4
64366917 17 40.3+37 17 304.65 A2V
64577017 20 54.2+24 29 585.12 A2V 3.5222.9
64587217 20 39.6+32 28 045.39 G0V 5.1230.0
64647417 20 21.1+46 14 275.59 M0III
64807317 24 06.6+22 57 375.74 F0IV
6484ρ7517 23 40.7+37 08 485.47 H A0Vn 1.04.2
6485ρ7517 23 41.0+37 08 454.52 H B9.5III 1.04.2
65097717 26 44.2+48 15 365.85 A4V
6526λ7617 30 44.3+26 06 384.41 K3.5III
65337817 31 49.6+28 24 275.62 R A1V
65717917 37 31.1+24 18 365.77 A2Vn 0.1
65748217 36 37.6+48 35 085.37 gK1
6588ι8517 39 27.9+46 00 233.80 B3IV 8.3116.0
66028317 42 28.4+24 33 515.52 K4III 3.6159.6
66088417 43 21.6+24 19 405.71 G2IIIb
6623μ8617 46 27.5+27 43 143.42 G5IV 6.433.8
66448717 48 49.2+25 37 225.12 K2III
66648817 50 03.3+48 23 396.68 BepShell v
66779017 53 18.1+40 00 295.16 K1IIIbCN-1 3.31.6
66858917 55 25.2+26 03 005.46 F2Ib e
6695θ9117 56 15.2+37 15 023.86 K1IIaCN+2 e
6703ξ9217 57 45.9+29 14 523.70 G8+III
6707ν9417 58 30.2+30 11 224.41 F2II
67139318 00 03.4+16 45 034.67 K0.5IIb
67299518 01 29.9+21 35 435.18 G8III 0.16.3
67309518 01 30.4+21 35 444.96 A5IIIn 0.16.3
67389618 02 23.1+20 50 015.28 B3IV
67419718 02 30.1+22 55 236.21 B3Vn
67659818 06 01.9+22 13 085.06 M3-IIIZrO 0+
67759918 07 01.5+30 33 435.04 F7V 3.41.7
6779ο10318 07 32.6+28 45 453.83 B9.5V e
678110018 07 49.5+26 06 055.86 A3V 0.014.3
678210018 07 49.5+26 05 515.90 A3V 0.014.3
678710218 08 45.5+20 48 524.36 B2IV 7.923.4
679410118 08 52.9+20 02 435.10 A8III
681510418 11 54.2+31 24 194.97 M3III
686010518 19 10.7+24 26 465.27 K3III:Ba0.4
686810618 20 17.9+21 57 414.95 M1III
687610818 20 57.1+29 51 325.63 A5m
687710718 21 01.0+28 52 125.12 A7V
689510918 23 41.9+21 46 113.84 K2.5IIIab 6.5221.8
706111018 45 39.7+20 32 474.19 F6V 9.263.8
706911118 47 01.3+18 10 534.36 A5III 5.5121.3
711311218 52 16.4+21 25 315.48 B9II-IIIpHg
713311318 54 44.9+22 38 424.59 G4III+A6V 7.935.7

Revised+Historic NGC/IC, Version 22/9, © Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke [277]
Planetary Nebulae
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 605816 04 26.6+40 41 01PN13.312.90.67pF, vS, R, stellarPK 64+48.1, CS=13.8
NGC 621016 44 29.5+23 48 02PN9.38.80.35planetary, vB, vS, R, disc & borderPK 43+37.1, CS=12.9
IC 459316 11 44.5+12 04 19PN10.910.70.7Planetary, stellarPK 25+40.1, CS=11.0
Globular Clusters
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 620516 41 41.5+36 27 39V5.820!! globular, eB, vRi, vgeCM, st 11…M 13, GCL 45, Hercules cluster
NGC 622916 46 58.9+47 31 42IV9.44.5globular, vB, L, R, disc & F border, rGCL 47
NGC 634117 17 07.3+43 08 13IV6.514globular, vB, vL, eCM, rrr, st SM 92, GCL 59
Galaxies
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 601315 52 52.9+40 38 48SBb14.413.61.4 × 0.8eF, vS, iR, lbMUGC 10080, MCG 7-33-4, CGCG 223-7
NGC 603016 01 51.3+17 57 27S013.712.81.2 × 0.8pF, vS, R, bMUGC 10139, MCG 3-41-44, CGCG 108-65
NGC 603216 03 01.1+20 57 21SBb14.313.51.6 × 0.7vF, pL, lE, vlbM, np of 2UGC 10148, MCG 4-38-16, CGCG 137-21, IRAS 16008+2105
NGC 603416 03 32.0+17 11 55E214.613.51 × 0.8eeF, vS, R, v difficMCG 3-41-62, CGCG 108-84, DRCG 34-7
NGC 603516 03 24.1+20 53 27SBc14.213.50.9 × 0.9vF, pL, lE, sf of 2UGC 10154, MCG 4-38-18, CGCG 137-24
NGC 6040 A16 04 26.7+17 45 00SBc15.114.21.3 × 0.7vF, eS, F * closeUGC 10165, MCG 3-41-74, CGCG 108-96, Arp 122, VV 212, DRCG 34-67
NGC 6040 B16 04 26.5+17 44 31S014.914.00.8 × 0.8vF, eS, F * closeUGC 10165, MCG 3-41-73, CGCG 108-96, Arp 122, VV 212, DRCG 34-68
NGC 6041 A16 04 35.8+17 43 17E-S014.413.31.3 × 1.1F, SUGC 10170, MCG 3-41-78, CGCG 108-101, VV 213, DRCG 34-64
NGC 6041 B16 04 35.0+17 43 02E-S016.615.60.4 × 0.3F, SUGC 10170, MCG 3-41-78, CGCG 108-101, VV 213, DRCG 34-65
NGC 604216 04 39.5+17 42 01E-S014.914.00.8 × 0.7vF, vSNGC 6039, MCG 3-41-79, CGCG 108-104, DRCG 34-63
NGC 6043 A16 05 01.5+17 46 33SB015.314.30.7 × 0.4eeF, pS, lE, "4th of 10"MCG 3-41-86, CGCG 108-109, DRCG 34-83
NGC 6043 B16 05 00.7+17 46 24C16.215.20.3 × 0.3eeF, pS, lE, "4th of 10"MCG 3-41-86, CGCG 108-109
NGC 604416 04 59.6+17 52 13S015.314.30.6 × 0.6eeF, vS, R, vF * close pIC 1172, MCG 3-41-84, CGCG 108-110, DRCG 34-93
NGC 6045 A16 05 08.0+17 45 29SBc14.913.91.3 × 0.3eeF, vS, R, v difficUGC 10177, MCG 3-41-88, CGCG 108-112, DRCG 34-82, Arp 71, IRAS 16028+1753
NGC 6045 B16 05 10.3+17 45 30S016.515.50.4 × 0.2eeF, vS, R, v difficDRCG 34-81
NGC 604616 01 29.1+19 21 34S0-a14.413.51.3 × 1.1eF, pL, partly verifiedNGC 6028, UGC 10135, MCG 3-41-43, 1ZW 133, CGCG 108-63, PRC C-49, Hoag type
NGC 604716 05 09.0+17 43 47E314.613.51.1 × 0.8eF, R, pS, F * close nMCG 3-41-87, CGCG 108-111, DRCG 34-62
NGC 6050 A16 05 23.5+17 45 26SBc15.414.70.9 × 0.6eeF, S, R, v difficIC 1179A, UGC 10186, MCG 3-41-93, DRCG 34-156, CGCG 108-118, Arp 272, VV 220, KCPG 481B
NGC 6050 B16 05 22.3+17 45 16SBc16.015.40.4 × 0.3eeF, S, R, v difficIC 1179B, UGC 10186, MCG 3-41-92, DRCG 34-155, CGCG 108-118, Arp 272, VV 220, KCPG 481A
NGC 605416 05 38.1+17 46 03SB015.314.20.8 × 0.4eeF, pS, lE, F * spIC 1183, MCG 3-41-103, CGCG 108-128, DRCG 34-77
NGC 605516 05 32.7+18 09 34SB014.813.71 × 0.6eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 10191, MCG 3-41-101, CGCG 108-123, DRCG 34-121
NGC 605616 05 31.1+17 57 46SB0-a15.013.90.9 × 0.5eeF, v difficIC 1176, MCG 3-41-100, CGCG 108-122, DRCG 34-101
NGC 605716 05 39.5+18 09 53E215.714.70.6 × 0.5eeF, eS, RNGC 6053, MCG 3-41-106, NPM1G +18.0472, CGCG 108-130, DRCG 34-120
NGC 606016 05 52.2+21 29 04SBc13.813.12 × 1.1eF, E, sbMUGC 10196, MCG 4-38-25, CGCG 137-36, IRAS 16036+2137
NGC 606116 06 16.1+18 15 00E-S014.713.61 × 0.8eeF, S, R, 4 B st sUGC 10199, MCG 3-41-118, CGCG 108-145, DRCG 34-134
NGC 606216 06 22.9+19 46 37SBbc14.213.61.2 × 0.9eF, R, vlbM, rUGC 10202, MCG 3-41-125, CGCG 108-148
NGC 6062 B16 06 19.0+19 45 46Sc16.015.30.4 × 0.4eF, R, vlbM, rMCG 3-41-122, IRAS 16041+1954
NGC 6064 116 05 12.6+20 32 31Sc/P14.514.10.9 × 0.7vF, vS, r, pB * sf (? = m 302)NGC 6052-1, UGC 10182, MCG 4-38-22, IRAS 16030+2040, KUG 1603+206, CGCG 137-32, Arp 209, VV 86, MK 297
NGC 6064 216 05 13.2+20 32 32S/P13.813.00.8 × 0.3vF, vS, r, pB * sf (? = m 302)NGC 6052-2, UGC 10182, MCG 4-38-22, IRAS 16030+2040, KUG 1603+206, CGCG 137-32, Arp 209, VV 86, MK 297
NGC 607316 10 10.9+16 42 00Sc14.313.51.3 × 0.7vF, S, rUGC 10235, MCG 3-41-139, CGCG 108-160, IRAS 16078+1649
NGC 6074 116 11 17.3+14 15 31S15.214.40.4 × 0.4eF, vS, R, bMMCG 2-41-15, CGCG 79-75
NGC 6074 216 11 16.8+14 15 18E517.116.10.6 × 0.3eF, vS, R, bMMCG 2-41-16, CGCG 79-75
NGC 607516 11 22.6+23 57 54E-S014.913.90.9 × 0.7F, vS, R, * or st inv ?, rrIC 4594, MCG 4-38-38, CGCG 137-55, VV 380
NGC 607816 12 05.4+14 12 34E016.215.20.5 × 0.5eF, vS, R, bMMCG 2-41-17, CGCG 79-76, NPM1G +14.0442
NGC 608116 12 56.8+09 52 04S014.513.51.8 × 0.6vF, S, R, bMIC 1202, UGC 10272, MCG 2-41-19, CGCG 79-78, NPM1G +09.0456
NGC 608316 13 12.6+14 11 10Sb15.414.60.7 × 0.4eF, vS, difficMCG 2-41-20, CGCG 79-80, NPM1G +14.0443, double system ?
NGC 608416 14 16.6+17 45 29Sab14.913.91 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 10291, MCG 3-41-143, CGCG 108-168, NPM1G +17.0590
NGC 609816 15 34.0+19 27 42E314.413.41 × 0.7eF, vS, R, * 8 f 41s, np of 2UGC 10299, MCG 3-41-145, CGCG 108-170, VV 192, KCPG 493A
NGC 609916 15 35.5+19 27 14E015.214.21.3 × 1.3eF, vS, R, sf of 2UGC 10299, MCG 3-41-146, CGCG 108-170, KCPG 493B, VV 192, NPM1G +19.0457
NGC 610616 18 47.0+07 24 40Sc12.812.22.4 × 1.3F, pL, lE, vgbM, rUGC 10328, MCG 1-41-16, CGCG 52-1, IRAS 16163+0731
NGC 611316 19 10.6+14 08 01S015.114.10.9 × 0.4vF, S, RMCG 2-41-24, CGCG 80-4
NGC 613216 23 38.7+11 47 12Sab14.413.61.5 × 0.5eF, vS, vlbMIC 4602, UGC 10363, MCG 2-42-2, CGCG 80-20, IRAS 16213+1153
NGC 613816 23 06.3+40 51 30S?15.814.90.3 × 0.3vF, vS, R, bMNGC 6341, UGC 10827, MCG 7-36-5, CGCG 226-8, NPM1G +41.0459
NGC 614516 25 02.4+40 56 47Sc14.914.20.8 × 0.4F, R, bMMCG 7-34-21, CGCG 224-17
NGC 614616 25 10.2+40 53 33E213.512.51.3 × 1cF, vS, R, bMUGC 10379, MCG 7-34-24, CGCG 224-18
NGC 614716 25 05.8+40 55 44Sb15.915.10.4 × 0.3eF, one of 3MCG 7-34-23
NGC 614816 27 04.0+24 05 34S16.916.10.6 × 0.3vF, S, with st
NGC 614916 27 24.3+19 35 51S014.513.51.1 × 0.8vF, pS, R, pB * nr sUGC 10391, MCG 3-42-11, CGCG 109-21
NGC 615016 25 49.9+40 29 20E?15.014.01.3 × 0.5vF, vS, RNGC 6150A, MCG 7-34-29, CGCG 224-22
NGC 6150 B16 25 44.4+40 28 32S015.314.30.5 × 0.2vF, vS, RMCG 7-34-27, IRAS 16240+4035
NGC 615416 25 30.6+49 50 25SBa13.612.72.1 × 2vF, S, R, lbM, erUGC 10382, MCG 8-30-12, CGCG 251-16
NGC 615516 26 08.3+48 22 03Sc13.012.31.3 × 0.9F, pS, iF, gbMUGC 10385, MCG 8-30-13, CGCG 251-18, IRAS 16247+4828
NGC 615816 27 40.9+39 23 00E-S014.713.70.9 × 0.6F, S, iFMCG 7-34-41, CGCG 224-31
NGC 615916 27 25.1+42 40 49E-S015.214.21.4 × 1vF, S, iR, lbMUGC 10397, MCG 7-34-38, CGCG 224-29, NPM1G +42.0441
NGC 616016 27 41.1+40 55 39E214.213.21.8 × 1.5cF, pL, R, gbM, rUGC 10400, MCG 7-34-42, CGCG 224-32
NGC 616116 28 20.6+32 48 37Sc15.614.90.9 × 0.3vF, S, lbMMCG 6-36-46, CGCG 168-13, HCG 82C, KUG 1626+329B, IRAS 16264+3255
NGC 616216 28 22.3+32 50 59S014.613.60.9 × 0.7F, S, lbMUGC 10403, MCG 6-36-47, CGCG 168-14, KUG 1626+329C, HCG 82A, NPM1G +32.0473
NGC 616316 28 27.8+32 50 49SB015.414.40.6 × 0.3vF, S, lbMMCG 6-36-48, CGCG 168-15, HCG 82B, KUG 1626+329D, NPM1G +32.0474
NGC 616616 28 38.5+39 33 05E312.811.81.9 × 1.4pF, S, vlE, vgmbMUGC 10409, MCG 7-34-60, CGCG 224-39, VV 364, 3C 338, multiple system
NGC 6166 A16 28 31.0+39 31 16S016.015.00.3 × 0.2pF, S, vlE, vgmbMMCG 7-34-50
NGC 6166 B16 28 53.1+39 33 39S?15.814.90.4 × 0.3pF, S, vlE, vgmbMMCG 7-34-76, CGCG 224-45, KUG 1627+396
NGC 6166 C16 28 23.2+39 34 14E015.514.50.4 × 0.4pF, S, vlE, vgmbMMCG 7-34-48
NGC 6166 D16 28 39.1+39 31 08S015.814.80.4 × 0.3pF, S, vlE, vgmbMMCG 7-34-56
NGC 616816 31 21.3+20 11 06Sd14.814.21.4 × 0.3eeF, mE, F * at p end, v difficUGC 10434, MCG 3-42-16, CGCG 109-28, IRAS 16291+2017
NGC 617316 29 45.0+40 48 40E313.112.11.9 × 1.4cF, vS, R, bMUGC 10421, MCG 7-34-83, CGCG 224-49, 3ZW 83
NGC 617416 29 23.8+40 52 30E-S015.014.00.6 × 0.6vFMCG 7-34-82, CGCG 224-47, NPM1G +40.0423, 3ZW 82
NGC 6175 116 29 57.4+40 37 49S014.713.71.3 × 0.8vF, vS, RUGC 10422, MCG 7-34-87, CGCG 224-50
NGC 6175 216 29 58.0+40 37 41E015.014.00.6 × 0.6vF, vS, RUGC 10422, MCG 7-34-87, CGCG 224-50
NGC 617716 30 38.8+35 03 20SBb14.413.61.7 × 1.2vF, pL, iE, rr, * nrUGC 10428, MCG 6-36-49, CGCG 196-72, KUG 1628+351
NGC 617916 30 46.9+35 06 10C16.315.30.4 × 0.4vF, S, bMN, 4' nf h 1964CGCG 196-73, NPM1G +35.0377
NGC 618016 30 33.9+40 32 23E?15.114.10.9 × 0.6eF, vS, R, mbMMCG 7-34-95, CGCG 224-58
NGC 618116 32 20.7+19 49 32SBc12.511.92.5 × 1.1pB, pL, vlE, pgmbMUGC 10439, MCG 3-42-20, CGCG 109-31, IRAS 16301+1955
NGC 618416 31 34.4+40 33 56Sb14.814.00.8 × 0.5eF, vS, R, vlbMMCG 7-34-109, CGCG 224-70, KUG 1629+406B
NGC 618516 33 17.8+35 20 32Sa14.313.41.2 × 0.9F, S, R, gbM, * 11 npUGC 10444, MCG 6-36-52, CGCG 196-77, KUG 1631+354
NGC 618616 34 25.4+21 32 29SBa13.812.91.5 × 1.2eF, vS, EUGC 10448, MCG 4-39-15, CGCG 138-38, IRAS 16322+2138
NGC 619416 36 37.0+36 12 02E-S014.813.81 × 0.8vF, vS, sbM * 12MCG 6-36-54, CGCG 196-82, KUG 1634+363
NGC 619516 36 32.6+39 01 42Sb13.813.01.5 × 1.1vF, S, R, gbM, bet 2 stUGC 10469, MCG 7-34-118, CGCG 224-75, IRAS 16348+3907
NGC 619616 37 53.8+36 04 23E-S013.912.92 × 1.2vF, vS, stellarIC 4615, UGC 10482, MCG 6-36-58, CGCG 196-88
NGC 619716 37 59.8+35 59 45SB0-a15.514.61.3 × 0.5eF, E, stellarIC 4616, MCG 6-36-59, CGCG 196-89
NGC 620116 40 14.4+23 45 55E315.614.60.4 × 0.3eF, vSCGCG 138-53
NGC 620316 40 27.3+23 46 31S015.414.40.6 × 0.6eF, vSMCG 4-39-19, CGCG 138-55, NPM1G +23.0430
NGC 620716 43 03.7+36 49 55Sc12.211.63 × 1.2pB, pL, E 45° ±, vgmbMUGC 10521, MCG 6-37-7, CGCG 197-7, IRAS 16412+3655, KARA 766, KUG 1641+369
NGC 621216 43 23.2+39 48 26C15.214.20.6 × 0.4eFMCG 7-34-142, CGCG 224-96
NGC 621916 46 22.6+09 02 18S015.214.20.7 × 0.7F, SMCG 2-43-1, CGCG 81-4
NGC 622416 48 18.5+06 18 44E-S014.513.51 × 1eeF, vS, lE, pB * nr n, n of 2UGC 10555, MCG 1-43-2, CGCG 53-10
NGC 622516 48 21.6+06 13 23E-S014.813.80.9 × 0.6eF, vS, lE, F st inv, s of 2UGC 10556, MCG 1-43-3, CGCG 53-11
NGC 622816 48 02.8+26 12 46Sb14.814.01.1 × 0.6vF, SUGC 10558, MCG 4-40-1, CGCG 139-3, VV 791, VV 846, IRAS 16460+2617
NGC 623016 50 46.8+04 36 16E115.414.40.8 × 0.7eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 10575, MCG 1-43-5, CGCG 53-14
NGC 623316 50 15.6+23 34 49S014.313.31.4 × 1pF, S, R, gbMUGC 10573, MCG 4-40-2, CGCG 139-7, NPM1G +23.0434
NGC 623916 50 05.2+42 44 23SBb12.912.52.4 × 1.1vF, E, biN np sfUGC 10577, MCG 7-35-1, CGCG 225-2, CGCG 224-105, IRAS 16484+4249
NGC 624116 50 11.0+45 25 16Sc14.814.21 × 0.8eF, pSMCG 8-31-7, CGCG 252-5, IRAS 16486+4530
NGC 624316 52 26.3+23 19 58Sa15.014.11 × 0.4vF, vS, iF, difUGC 10591, MCG 4-40-4, CGCG 139-13
NGC 625516 54 47.4+36 30 06SBc13.512.83.6 × 1.5eF, cL, E 90°UGC 10606, MCG 6-37-14, CGCG 197-18, IRAS 16530+3634, KUG 1653+365, KARA 775, Z 1653.0+3635
NGC 626116 56 30.4+27 58 41S0-a14.914.01.2 × 0.5eF, eS, iFUGC 10617, MCG 5-40-6, CGCG 169-13, NPM1G +28.0390
NGC 626316 56 43.1+27 49 21E014.713.70.9 × 0.9vF, vS, RUGC 10618, MCG 5-40-8, CGCG 169-14, NPM1G +27.0546
NGC 626416 57 16.1+27 50 58SBb15.314.50.7 × 0.4eF, vSMCG 5-40-9, CGCG 169-15
NGC 626516 57 29.0+27 50 41S015.214.20.8 × 0.5eF, vSUGC 10624, MCG 5-40-11, CGCG 169-17, NPM1G +27.0547
NGC 626716 58 08.7+22 59 07SBc13.813.11.3 × 1vF, pL, R, lbMUGC 10628, MCG 4-40-9, CGCG 139-25, IRAS 16560+2303
NGC 626916 57 58.0+27 51 18E213.312.22 × 1.6F, S, RUGC 10629, MCG 5-40-12, CGCG 169-19, NPM1G +27.0550
NGC 627016 58 44.1+27 51 32S014.313.30.7 × 0.4eF, S, R
NGC 627116 58 50.7+27 57 53S0?15.114.10.8 × 0.6vF, RMCG 5-40-16, CGCG 169-21
NGC 627216 58 58.2+27 55 51Sab15.314.50.5 × 0.3vFCGCG 169-22, KUG 1656+280
NGC 6274 116 59 20.4+29 56 47Sc14.513.80.6 × 0.4eF, vSUGC 10643, MCG 5-40-19, CGCG 169-24, KUG 1657+300A, KCPG 503A
NGC 6274 216 59 21.6+29 56 27SBb15.514.70.6 × 0.2eF, vSUGC 10643, MCG 5-40-20, CGCG 169-24, KUG 1657+300B, KCPG 503B
NGC 627617 00 45.0+23 02 40S015.614.60.4 × 0.3eFIC 1239, MCG 4-40-10, NPM1G +23.0441, CGCG 139-28, ARAK 511
NGC 627817 00 50.2+23 00 40S013.412.42.1 × 1.2vF, stellarUGC 10656, MCG 4-40-11, CGCG 139-29
NGC 627916 59 01.3+47 14 16SB014.613.61.1 × 0.9vF, pS, lE, coarse D * npUGC 10645, MCG 8-31-17, CGCG 252-13, NPM1G +47.0338
NGC 628217 00 47.0+29 49 13SBbc15.214.40.7 × 0.5vF, S, RCGCG 169-29
NGC 628316 59 26.5+49 55 19S13.712.91.1 × 1.1vF, cS, iRUGC 10652, MCG 8-31-18, CGCG 252-14, IRAS 16581+4959
NGC 630117 08 32.7+42 20 21Sc14.113.41.8 × 1.1F, stellarIC 4643, UGC 10723, MCG 7-35-34, CGCG 225-49, IRAS 17069+4224
NGC 630817 11 59.7+23 22 46SBc14.113.41.1 × 1vF, S, R, sbMUGC 10747, MCG 4-40-21, CGCG 139-43, IRAS 17099+2326
NGC 631117 10 43.5+41 39 04E014.513.51.1 × 1.1pB, vS, RUGC 10741, MCG 7-35-39, CGCG 225-59
NGC 631217 10 48.1+42 17 17C15.214.20.7 × 0.7eF, irr R, dif, vS * invMCG 7-35-40, CGCG 225-60, NPM1G +42.0459
NGC 631317 10 20.7+48 19 54Sab14.713.91.3 × 0.4eeF, vS, lE, bet 2 F stUGC 10742, MCG 8-31-25, CGCG 252-22, IRAS 17090+4823
NGC 631417 12 38.7+23 16 14Sa13.813.01.6 × 0.7F, vS, R, bMUGC 10752, MCG 4-40-22, CGCG 139-44, NPM1G +23.0443, IRAS 17105+2319
NGC 631517 12 46.0+23 13 25SBc14.213.20.8 × 0.6eF, SMCG 4-40-23, CGCG 139-45
NGC 632017 12 55.6+40 16 02Sbc14.713.91.2 × 0.8eF, * 13 p 0s.5UGC 10761, MCG 7-35-44, CGCG 225-67
NGC 632117 14 24.1+20 18 49SBbc14.213.41.1 × 1eF, iR, pS, vlbMUGC 10768, MCG 3-44-2, CGCG 111-15, IRAS 17122+2022
NGC 632317 13 17.9+43 46 56Sab14.713.91.1 × 0.4eF, vS, difficUGC 10764, MCG 7-35-48, CGCG 225-71
NGC 632717 14 02.2+43 38 56C15.914.90.4 × 0.4eF, vS, difficCGCG 225-74
NGC 632917 14 15.1+43 41 06E013.812.81.8 × 1.8vF, vS, R, bMUGC 10771, MCG 7-35-51, CGCG 225-77
NGC 633017 15 44.4+29 24 15SBb14.814.01.5 × 0.6eF, S, RUGC 10776, MCG 5-41-5, CGCG 170-7, IRAS 17138+2927
NGC 633217 15 02.7+43 39 37Sa14.513.61.6 × 0.8vF, oval, ibMUGC 10773, MCG 7-35-54, CGCG 225-82
NGC 633617 16 16.5+43 49 15SBa14.513.60.9 × 0.7vF, vS, R, bMUGC 10786, MCG 7-35-57, CGCG 225-89
NGC 633917 17 06.6+40 50 42SBcd13.412.72.9 × 1.7vF, L, iR, sp of 2UGC 10790, MCG 7-35-59, CGCG 225-92, IRAS 17155+4053
NGC 634317 17 16.2+41 03 10C14.813.81.1 × 1.1vF, S, lE, nf of 2MCG 7-35-60, CGCG 225-95
NGC 634717 19 54.6+16 39 38SBb14.513.71.2 × 0.7eF, iR, difIC 1253, UGC 10807, MCG 3-44-4, IRAS 17176+1642, CGCG 111-21, KARA 800
NGC 634817 18 21.1+41 38 53Sb15.214.40.7 × 0.6eF, vS, iR, lbMMCG 7-35-63, CGCG 225-98, NPM1G +41.0457
NGC 634917 19 06.4+36 03 41S?15.214.30.8 × 0.2vF, eS, R, lbM, p of 2MCG 6-38-16, CGCG 198-36, NPM1G +36.0426
NGC 635017 18 42.2+41 41 40S014.213.21 × 1pF, pS, gbMUGC 10800, MCG 7-35-64, CGCG 225-99, CGCG 226-1
NGC 635117 19 10.9+36 03 36P?16.015.20.6 × 0.4vF, vS, fainter than p oneMCG 6-38-17
NGC 636417 24 27.3+29 23 28S013.912.91.5 × 1.2pF, vS, R, bM * 13UGC 10835, MCG 5-41-13, CGCG 170-27
NGC 636717 25 08.9+37 45 37S15.014.20.8 × 0.7vF * in vF, vS, R nebMCG 6-38-20, CGCG 198-41, NPM1G +37.0555, near SAO 66035
NGC 637117 27 20.6+26 30 18S?15.214.30.8 × 0.3vF, S, R, np of 2MCG 4-41-12, CGCG 140-27
NGC 637217 27 31.9+26 28 29Sc13.712.91.7 × 1.1vF, pS, iF, sf of 2UGC 10861, MCG 4-41-13, CGCG 140-28, IRAS 17255+2630
NGC 637517 29 21.8+16 12 26E014.913.91.6 × 1.6F, vS, RUGC 10875, MCG 3-44-9, CGCG 111-42, KCPG 519B, NPM1G +16.0475
NGC 637917 30 35.0+16 17 19Sc13.712.91.1 × 1vF, pLUGC 10886, MCG 3-44-10, CGCG 112-2, IRAS 17283+1619, CGCG 111-44
NGC 638917 32 39.7+16 24 07Sbc12.812.12.8 × 1.9F, S, iF, erUGC 10893, MCG 3-45-1, CGCG 112-5, KARA 812, IRAS 17304+1626
NGC 640817 38 47.3+18 52 42SBa13.612.71.6 × 1.4F, S, iR, gbMUGC 10930, MCG 3-45-7, CGCG 112-17, NPM1G +18.0520, IRAS 17366+1854
NGC 641717 41 47.8+23 40 18SBb14.213.41.4 × 1.3pF, S, vlbMUGC 10945, MCG 4-42-1, CGCG 141-4, IRAS 17397+2341
NGC 642717 43 38.5+25 29 38E-S014.313.31.6 × 0.6vF, vS, stellarNGC 6431, UGC 10957, MCG 4-42-3, CGCG 141-6
NGC 642917 44 05.3+25 21 03SBa14.013.11.8 × 0.7F, S, stellarUGC 10960, MCG 4-42-4, CGCG 141-7, IRAS 17420+2522
NGC 643017 45 14.2+18 08 20Sab14.313.51.9 × 0.6vF, S, mEUGC 10966, MCG 3-45-19, CGCG 112-35, IRAS 17430+1809
NGC 643317 43 56.2+36 48 02Sb14.113.32 × 0.5vF, S, pmE, bMUGC 10962, MCG 6-39-15, CGCG 199-13, IRAS 17422+3649
NGC 644217 46 51.3+20 45 42E113.612.61.8 × 1.6pF, S, iR, gbMUGC 10978, MCG 3-45-21, CGCG 112-38, NPM1G +20.0529
NGC 644317 44 33.7+48 06 52Sab14.613.81.2 × 0.5eF, pS, lEUGC 10967, MCG 8-32-18, CGCG 253-33
NGC 644617 46 07.5+35 34 10Sab16.015.20.7 × 0.6eF, vS, iRMCG 6-39-18, CGCG 199-18, ARAK 528, KCPG 523A
NGC 644717 46 17.1+35 34 20SBbc13.612.81.6 × 0.9vF, S, RUGC 10975, MCG 6-39-19, CGCG 199-19, KCPG 523B, IRAS 17445+3535
NGC 645217 47 58.5+20 50 15S/P15.314.40.5 × 0.5eeF, SCGCG 112-43
NGC 645817 49 10.9+20 48 17S014.413.41.3 × 0.9eF, vS, stellarUGC 10994, MCG 3-45-29, CGCG 112-51, KCPG 525A, NPM1G +20.0530
NGC 646017 49 30.3+20 45 51Sc13.813.11.9 × 1.1vF, pL, iRUGC 10997, MCG 3-45-31, CGCG 112-55, IRAS 17473+2046, NPM1G +20.0531, KCPG 525B
NGC 646717 50 40.1+17 32 18S13.512.62.6 × 1.7vF, vS, lEUGC 11004, CGCG 112-58, NPM1G +17.0638
NGC 646817 50 39.2+17 12 36Sc15.014.30.7 × 0.5vF, S, RIC 1268, MCG 3-35-36, CGCG 112-57, NPM1G +17.0637, IRAS 17489+1713
NGC 648217 51 48.7+23 04 22E112.411.52.1 × 1.8! vF, S, R, vsvmbMvSRNUGC 11009, MCG 4-42-8, CGCG 141-17
NGC 648417 51 46.8+24 28 59Sb13.112.31.9 × 1.9eF, vS, R, mbMUGC 11010, MCG 4-42-7, MK 1118, CGCG 141-19, IRAS 17497+2429
NGC 648517 51 52.8+31 27 43Sbc13.712.91.5 × 1.4vF, vS, RUGC 11014, MCG 5-42-4, CGCG 171-9, IRAS 17500+3128
NGC 648617 52 35.2+29 49 07E-S015.314.30.8 × 0.8vS * slightly nebsMCG 5-42-6, CGCG 171-12, NPM1G +29.0417
NGC 648717 52 41.7+29 50 19E012.911.91.8 × 1.8F, S, R, gbMUGC 11022, MCG 5-42-8, CGCG 171-14
NGC 649017 54 30.4+18 22 35E-S014.513.51 × 0.8vF, vS, stellarUGC 11033, MCG 3-45-38, CGCG 112-68, CGCG 113-2, NPM1G +18.0526
NGC 649517 54 50.7+18 19 39E113.212.22 × 1.8F, S, RUGC 11034, MCG 3-45-39, CGCG 112-70, CGCG 113-4, NPM1G +18.0527
NGC 650017 55 59.7+18 20 20Sab13.012.22.2 × 1.6vF, vS, sp of 2UGC 11048, MCG 3-46-3, CGCG 113-8, IRAS 17537+1820, NPM1G +18.0528, KCPG 526A
NGC 650117 56 03.7+18 22 25S0-a12.912.01.8 × 1.6vF, vS, nf of 2UGC 11049, MCG 3-46-4, CGCG 113-9, KCPG 526B, NPM1G +18.0529
NGC 650417 56 05.6+33 12 31S13.512.62.2 × 0.5F, vmE, sbMUGC 11053, MCG 6-39-27, CGCG 199-29
NGC 651317 59 34.3+24 53 15SB014.313.31.2 × 0.9vF, vS, stellarUGC 11078, MCG 4-42-18, CGCG 141-38
NGC 651817 59 43.6+28 52 02C14.913.90.4 × 0.42 vF, close st in vF, vS nebMCG 5-42-24, CGCG 171-41, NPM1G +28.0429
NGC 652417 59 14.8+45 53 17E-S013.812.81.4 × 1pF, pS, lEUGC 11079, MCG 8-33-5, CGCG 254-6, KARA 841, IRAS 17578+4553
NGC 652718 01 46.2+19 43 45Sa14.313.41.4 × 1eeF, vS, RUGC 11094, MCG 3-46-9, CGCG 113-14, NPM1G +19.0515, IRAS 17595+1943
NGC 654718 05 10.0+25 13 58S0-a14.513.61.3 × 0.4F, vS, E, mbMUGC 11110, MCG 4-43-1, CGCG 141-48, CGCG 142-1
NGC 654818 05 59.2+18 35 14SB012.711.72.9 × 2.8cF, S, lE, rUGC 11115, MCG 3-46-13, CGCG 113-20, KCPG 529B
NGC 654918 05 49.4+18 32 16Sbc14.613.81.4 × 0.4vF, pL, iR, near III 555NGC 6550, UGC 11114, MCG 3-46-12, CGCG 113-19, KCPG 529A
NGC 655518 07 49.0+17 36 17SBc13.012.42.1 × 1.7F, L, R, vglbMUGC 11121, MCG 3-46-15, CGCG 113-22, IRAS 18056+1735
NGC 656018 05 13.8+46 52 54SBbc14.213.61.2 × 0.8eeF, pS, iRUGC 11117, MCG 8-33-19, CGCG 254-15, IRAS 18038+4652
NGC 657118 10 49.3+21 14 21E-S015.414.40.4 × 0.4eF, vS, stellMCG 4-43-6, CGCG 142-10
NGC 657418 11 51.2+14 58 54SBbc12.812.01.5 × 1.1pB, S, RNGC 6610, UGC 11144, MCG 2-46-10, IRAS 18095+1458, CGCG 113-26, CGCG 84-24
NGC 657518 10 57.5+31 06 58E313.712.71.8 × 1.3pB, S, RUGC 11138, MCG 5-43-6, CGCG 172-9, KCPG 530B
NGC 657618 11 47.9+21 25 44S15.514.70.6 × 0.6eF, vSCGCG 142-14, NPM1G +21.0541
NGC 657718 12 01.1+21 27 50E113.712.61.5 × 1.3vF, SUGC 11148, MCG 4-43-9, CGCG 142-17, NPM1G +21.0543
NGC 657918 12 31.8+21 25 14S14.613.80.4 × 0.4F, p of D nebUGC 11153, MCG 4-43-11, CGCG 142-22
NGC 658018 12 33.7+21 25 33E?14.313.31.3 × 0.7F, f of D nebUGC 11153, MCG 4-43-12, CGCG 142-22
NGC 658118 12 18.3+25 39 46C15.314.30.4 × 0.4eF, dif, bet 2 F stIC 1280, MCG 4-43-10, CGCG 142-21, NPM1G +25.0474
NGC 6582 118 11 01.8+49 54 41E-S014.913.90.6 × 0.6eeF, pS, RUGC 11146, MCG 8-33-29, CGCG 254-23, KCPG 531A, VV 818
NGC 6582 218 11 05.2+49 54 33E-S015.414.40.8 × 0.8eeF, pS, RUGC 11146, MCG 8-33-30, CGCG 254-23, KCPG 531B, VV 818
NGC 658518 12 21.9+39 38 00Sbc13.712.91.9 × 0.4eeF, S, eE, bet sev B stUGC 11159, MCG 7-37-24, CGCG 227-20, IRAS 18107+3937
NGC 658618 13 38.4+21 05 27S14.613.70.9 × 0.5eF, S, RUGC 11164, MCG 4-43-16, CGCG 142-28, IRAS 18114+2104
NGC 658718 13 50.8+18 49 33E/SB013.912.91.3 × 1.1F, vS, R, stellUGC 11166, MCG 3-46-20, CGCG 113-31, NPM1G +18.0533
NGC 659118 14 03.7+21 03 49S16.315.50.3 × 0.1eeF, vS, stell
NGC 659318 14 03.6+22 17 05E-S015.314.30.8 × 0.4vF, vS, R, lbMMCG 4-43-18, CGCG 142-30
NGC 660018 15 42.9+24 54 47S013.612.61.3 × 1.2F, vS, stellNGC 6599, UGC 11178, MCG 4-43-19, CGCG 142-31, NPM1G +24.0462
NGC 660218 16 34.2+25 02 37SB?14.613.81 × 0.7Cl, vS, st F, 30", nebulous?UGC 11184, MCG 4-43-21, CGCG 142-35, IRAS 18145+2501
NGC 661618 17 41.0+22 14 16Sab14.613.81.4 × 0.6vF, eS, mE, 2 F st nrUGC 11192, MCG 4-43-22, CGCG 142-36, IRAS 18155+2213
NGC 661918 18 55.5+23 39 19E114.013.01.2 × 1.1F, S, EUGC 11200, MCG 4-43-25, CGCG 142-39
NGC 6623 118 19 42.9+23 42 34E114.013.01.3 × 1.2pF, S, R, bMUGC 11203, MCG 4-43-26, CGCG 142-40
NGC 6623 218 19 42.7+23 42 07C15.514.50.3 × 0.3pF, S, R, bMMCG 4-43-27, CGCG 142-40
NGC 662718 22 38.9+15 41 54SBb14.313.31.3 × 1.2vF, pLUGC 11212, MCG 3-47-1, CGCG 114-4, IRAS 18203+1540
NGC 662818 22 21.7+23 28 39S013.912.91.9 × 1.3vF, S, lE, bMUGC 11211, MCG 4-43-29, CGCG 142-41, IRAS 18202+2327
NGC 663218 25 03.1+27 32 09Sbc12.912.13 × 1.4F, S, R, gbMUGC 11226, MCG 5-43-18, CGCG 172-32, IRAS 18230+2730
NGC 663518 27 37.0+14 49 07S014.413.41 × 0.9vF, S, RUGC 11239, MCG 2-47-3
NGC 664118 28 57.3+22 54 12S14.213.40.9 × 0.7vF, vS, R, bMUGC 11250, MCG 4-43-35, CGCG 142-49, IRAS 18268+2252
NGC 665818 33 55.7+22 53 17S0-a14.012.91.6 × 0.3F, vS, lEUGC 11274, MCG 4-44-2, CGCG 143-2
NGC 666118 34 36.7+22 54 33S0-a13.112.11.8 × 1.1F, vS, R, gbMNGC 6660, UGC 11282, MCG 4-44-3, CGCG 143-3, IRAS 18324+2252
NGC 667418 38 33.9+25 22 28SBb13.012.24.2 × 2.1F, pS, iR, bMUGC 11308, MCG 4-44-7, CGCG 143-8, IRAS 18365+2519
NGC 668018 39 44.0+22 18 59S15.414.60.7 × 0.5eF, S, close to a S *CGCG 143-10
NGC 669718 45 14.9+25 30 46E213.712.71.2 × 1F, vS, stellUGC 11349, MCG 4-44-14, CGCG 143-21
IC 114415 51 21.6+43 25 06E-S014.513.51 × 0.6eeF, vS, R, * sfUGC 10069, MCG 7-33-1, MK 491, CGCG 223-6, NPM1G +43.0315
IC 115215 56 43.2+48 05 41E014.113.11.2 × 1.2vF, S, R, sp of 2UGC 10103, MCG 8-29-24, CGCG 250-25
IC 115315 57 03.1+48 10 07S013.612.61.2 × 1.1pF, pS, R, bM, * nf, nf of 2UGC 10107, MCG 8-29-26, CGCG 250-26
IC 115616 00 37.3+19 43 26E214.513.41 × 0.8eeF, pS, lE, 2 st nrMCG 3-41-25, CGCG 108-44, NPM1G +19.0450
IC 116216 01 16.3+17 40 39SBbc15.314.70.7 × 0.5vF, vS, R, diffic (another susp)MCG 3-41-34, CGCG 108-56, VV 452, KUG 1559+178
IC 116516 02 07.9+15 41 47E-S015.214.20.8 × 0.5vF, S, difficIC 1165A, MCG 3-41-48, CGCG 108-67, VV 90
IC 1165 B16 02 08.6+15 41 34E516.015.00.4 × 0.2vF, S, difficMCG 3-41-49, CGCG 108-67, VV 90
IC 117016 04 31.6+17 43 17E-S015.914.90.4 × 0.2vF, vS, vSFN, 6041 fCGCG 108-101, DRCG 34-66
IC 117316 05 12.7+17 25 21SBc15.514.70.9 × 0.5pF, S, iF, gbM, rUGC 10180, MCG 3-41-89, CGCG 108-113, DRCG 34-24
IC 117716 05 19.5+18 18 55S0-a16.215.30.5 × 0.4vF, * 9.5 4' sDRCG 34-143
IC 117816 05 33.0+17 36 07E-S015.214.11 × 0.9eeF, pS, bet 2 stUGC 10188, MCG 3-41-97, CGCG 108-120, DRCG 34-40, Arp 172, VV 194, NPM1G +17.0583
IC 118116 05 33.9+17 35 37SB0-a15.914.80.8 × 0.4eeF, S, R, ‘ 12th of 12 ’UGC 10189, MCG 3-41-98, CGCG 108-120, VV 194, Arp 172, DRCG 34-39
IC 118216 05 36.7+17 48 10S0-a15.214.21 × 0.5vF, S, dif, lbMUGC 10192, MCG 3-41-104, CGCG 108-126, DRCG 34-78, KUG 1603+179B, NPM1G +17.0584, MK 298
IC 118516 05 44.6+17 43 02Sab14.913.90.8 × 0.5* 13 with S nebMCG 3-41-110, CGCG 108-134, NPM1G +17.0585, DRCG 34-59
IC 118616 05 44.2+17 21 44SBb15.514.60.8 × 0.5F, S, difMCG 3-41-111, CGCG 108-133, DRCG 34-19
IC 118816 06 07.3+17 27 37S0-a15.915.00.4 × 0.2vF, S, difDRCG 34-28
IC 118916 06 14.6+18 10 57SB0-a R15.414.50.7 × 0.4eeF, pS, iR, bet 2 stMCG 3-41-119, MK 300, CGCG 108-144, DRCG 34-126, KUG 1604+183, IRAS 16040+1818
IC 119016 05 52.4+18 13 14SBb15.614.71.3 × 0.4eeF, S, R, 6061 nrUGC 10195, MCG 3-41-113, CGCG 108-136, DRCG 34-128
IC 119116 06 28.9+18 16 08S?16.315.50.5 × 0.1eeF, S, lEDRCG 34-133
IC 119216 06 33.0+17 46 34Sb15.814.80.6 × 0.2vF, S, iF, difDRCG 34-74
IC 119316 06 32.2+17 42 50S0-a15.414.30.7 × 0.5F, S, rDRCG 34-56
IC 119416 06 38.7+17 47 00S0-a16.515.60.3 × 0.3eF, vS, difDRCG 34-73
IC 119516 06 40.8+17 11 31SBbc15.614.80.6 × 0.4vF, S, difMCG 3-41-126, CGCG 108-151, DRCG 34-3
IC 120516 14 15.8+09 32 15Sab14.513.70.5 × 0.5F, S, lE, * pMCG 2-41-22, CGCG 79-84, NPM1G +09.0458, IRAS 16118+0939
IC 120616 15 13.0+11 17 50Sab14.413.61.1 × 0.6eF, S, RUGC 10293, MCG 2-41-23, CGCG 79-87, KCPG 491A
IC 120916 18 39.5+15 33 32E-S014.313.31.1 × 0.8pF, vS, R, bM, rUGC 10329, MCG 3-41-149, CGCG 108-174, CGCG 109-2, NPM1G +15.0508
IC 121916 24 27.4+19 29 01S015.214.21.1 × 0.5F, S, E pF, lbMUGC 10371, MCG 3-42-5, CGCG 109-12, KCPG 496A, IRAS 16222+1936
IC 122016 29 38.2+08 27 02E015.014.01 × 1eeF, pS, EMCG 1-42-5, CGCG 52-30
IC 122116 34 41.5+46 23 30Sc14.513.81.3 × 1.1eeF, pS, E, p of 2UGC 10458, MCG 8-30-30, CGCG 251-30, KCPG 500A
IC 122216 35 09.0+46 12 49SBbc14.213.51.7 × 1.3eeF, pL, R, f of 2UGC 10461, MCG 8-30-32, CGCG 251-31, IRAS 16336+4618, Arp 73, KCPG 500B
IC 122316 35 42.4+49 13 16SB15.214.40.9 × 0.7eeF, pS, R, bet 2 dist F stMCG 8-30-33, CGCG 251-32, NPM1G +49.0333
IC 122416 42 56.2+19 15 18C15.414.40.8 × 0.6vF, vS, R, stellarMCG 3-42-27, CGCG 110-3, NPM1G +19.0475
IC 122616 41 06.5+46 00 14S15.414.60.4 × 0.3eF, S, R, forms arc with 4 stCGCG 251-38
IC 123016 45 01.4+51 15 36S M15.514.70.9 × 0.9eeF, L, R, v diffic, sf of 2UGC 10538, MCG 9-27-73, CGCG 276-41
IC 123616 58 29.7+20 02 27SBc14.213.61 × 0.8eF, pS, vlE, vF * close pUGC 10633, MCG 3-43-10, CGCG 110-19, VV 442, IRAS 16563+2006
IC 124417 10 33.6+36 18 14S?14.813.91 × 1vF, pS, R, bet 2 stUGC 10739, MCG 6-38-3, CGCG 198-15, NPM1G +36.0419
IC 124517 12 36.8+38 01 13S014.713.71.7 × 0.9eF, S, R, bM, F * close sUGC 10755, MCG 6-38-7, CGCG 198-22
IC 124917 14 54.9+35 31 14E015.014.00.6 × 0.6eeF, pS, R, v diffic, 4 st sCGCG 198-26
IC 125617 23 47.3+26 29 11Sb14.013.21.6 × 1.1F, S, gbMUGC 10829, MCG 4-41-7, CGCG 140-17, KARA 805, IRAS 17217+2631
IC 126217 33 02.0+43 45 35E514.713.61.2 × 0.6eF, pS, R, 1st of 3UGC 10900, MCG 7-36-20, CGCG 226-25
IC 126317 33 07.0+43 49 18SB14.513.71.6 × 0.7eF, pS, R, 2nd of 3UGC 10902, MCG 7-36-21, CGCG 226-26
IC 126417 33 16.8+43 37 44SB015.014.01.2 × 1.1eF, pS, R, 3rd of 3UGC 10904, MCG 7-36-22, CGCG 226-27
IC 126517 36 39.3+42 05 20Sab13.212.32 × 0.9eeF, S, lEUGC 10917, MCG 7-36-27, CGCG 226-32, NPM1G +42.0477
IC 126917 52 05.9+21 34 08Sbc13.412.81.7 × 1.3eeF, pL, R, 2 F st nrUGC 11013, MCG 4-42-9, CGCG 141-20, KARA 838, IRAS 17499+2134
IC 127718 10 27.3+31 00 12Sc14.113.41.2 × 0.9S ClUGC 11135, MCG 5-43-5, CGCG 172-8, KCPG 530A
IC 127918 11 15.4+36 00 27Sb14.313.52.6 × 0.6eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 11143, MCG 6-40-9, CGCG 200-9, IRAS 18094+3559
IC 128118 11 38.1+35 59 52S15.714.90.5 × 0.3eeF, S, cE, sev st nr f [? = 1279]CGCG 200-10, NPM1G +35.0424
IC 4607 116 30 15.8+24 34 28E316.015.00.4 × 0.3F, cS, dif
IC 4607 216 30 16.1+24 34 16S17.016.20.2 × 0.1F, cS, dif
IC 460916 33 01.5+22 47 53E-S015.314.30.8 × 0.8F, vS, R, gbMNMCG 4-39-14, CGCG 138-37, NPM1G +22.0538
IC 461016 33 39.2+39 15 27S16.015.20.6 × 0.2F, eS, R, gbMKUG 1632+393A
IC 461116 33 42.1+39 11 08C16.015.00.5 × 0.5F, vS, iFMCG 7-34-112
IC 461216 33 49.7+39 15 48S?14.613.80.6 × 0.6F, eS, R, gbMMCG 7-34-113, CGCG 224-72, 1ZW 157, KUG 1632+393B
IC 461416 37 47.2+36 06 53S0-a15.214.30.8 × 0.6eF, stellarMCG 6-36-57, CGCG 196-87
IC 461716 42 08.1+36 41 03Sb16.015.21.2 × 0.4S, E 29°, bM
IC 461916 44 11.1+17 45 32S14.914.10.5 × 0.5F, RCGCG 110-5
IC 462016 48 30.0+19 18 20SBb15.815.00.5 × 0.3vF, RMCG 3-43-4, CGCG 110-10
IC 462116 50 51.1+08 47 03Sab14.613.80.9 × 0.7vF, vSUGC 10576, MCG 1-43-4, CGCG 53-15, NPM1G +08.0453, IRAS 16484+0852
IC 462316 51 05.4+22 31 39Sc15.414.70.7 × 0.2F, S, R, gbMMCG 4-40-3, CGCG 139-8
IC 462416 51 33.5+17 26 56D15.514.80.4 × 0.4vF, RCGCG 110-13
IC 463016 55 09.5+26 39 48S014.613.60.8 × 0.5F, S, R, stell NUGC 10607, MCG 4-40-7, MK 1111, CGCG 139-20, VV 852, NPM1G +26.0441, IRAS 16531+2644
IC 463817 01 13.6+33 30 50SBc15.614.90.8 × 0.8No descr, * 9 sf 2'.5MCG 6-37-21, CGCG 197-26, NPM1G +33.0393
IC 463917 02 54.7+22 55 50E316.515.50.4 × 0.3vF, vS, RNPM1G +22.0562
IC 464517 14 43.0+43 06 15D15.715.10.4 × 0.4eF, pS, * 13.5 f 80"CGCG 225-80
IC 469718 12 27.0+25 25 38S15.214.40.9 × 0.2F, S, iF, rMCG 4-43-13, CGCG 142-23
IC 479118 49 01.2+19 19 54E015.814.80.5 × 0.5Neb, * 6 f 2'

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