Constellation Hydra (Female Water Snake)

Hydra
Hydra: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

With an area of 1303 square degrees, Hydra is the largest and with around seven hours in right ascension (105 °) also the longest constellation in the sky. However, due to the numerous faint stars, it is difficult to identify. In addition to Alphard, the brightest star that represents the heart of the water snake, only the head consisting of a group of six stars is easy to find. The head of the Hydra is south of Cancer. The body plunges under the equator and winds east, south of Sextans, Crater, Corvus, Virgo to the Libra, where the tail can be found. Alphard culminates around midnight on February 9th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α Hya: Alphard, Alfard, Alphart, Kalbelaphard, Cor Hydrae
  • σ Hya: Al Minliar Al Shuja, Minchir
Data for constellation Hydra [150]
IAU NameHydra
IAU GenitiveHydrae
IAU Abbr.Hya
English NameFemale Water Snake
Season (47° N)January … April
Right Ascension08h 10m 56s … 15h 02m 31s
Declination-35° 41' 38" … +06° 37' 49"
Area1303 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)Crt, Sex, Leo, Cnc, CMi, Mon, Pup, Pyx, Ant, Cen, Lup, Lib, Vir, Crv

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

Mythology and History

In the case of the northern water snake, two different images from Greek mythology overlap.

The first picture shows the rather harmless water snake from the story of the raven: The raven was sent by Apollo to fetch fresh spring water with a golden cup. Instead, he feasted on figs and carried the water snake in his claws on his return as an alleged reason for his delay. In order to remind everyone of this crime, the raven with its cup and water snake were put on display in the sky.

The water serpent Heracles dealt with was of a completely different kind: in a swamp near Lerna, a lake and a town on the coast of Argo, lived an unspeakably dangerous and hideous beast. This snake is said to have had several heads. It should have been five, but some also speak of six, nine, even fifty or a hundred heads, but in any case the head in the middle was invulnerable. It was terrible when these hideous mouths - whether the snake was asleep or awake - let out a putrid breath, a breath, the poison of which was deadly. No sooner did a death-defying man cut off the head of the monster than two new heads grew out of the spot, which were even more terrifying. Eurystheus, king of Argos, commissioned Heracles in his second task to kill this lernean water snake.

So Heracles went out and his nephew Iolaos, a skilled Calydonian hunter, went with him. First he tried to drive the snake out of its lair with incendiary arrows, then he tried to kill it with the gigantic club, but unsuccessfully. Even the razor-sharp sickle sword did not help much, because every head grew back - not just once, but twice. Heracles sent Iolaos into the forest to light a fire so that incendiary torches could be brought. He pressed the torches onto the freshly made wounds and prevented them from growing again. This attack would almost have been thwarted, because Hera hated the illegitimate son of her husband Zeus from the bottom of her heart and sent a large cancer that stabbed the hero in the heel in this dangerous situation. But Heracles trampled on the animal and flung it away. He and his nephew finally beheaded the snake completely and thus freed the city of Lerna from great danger. Heracles then dipped his arrowheads in the poisonous blood that oozed from the serpent's necks. From then on, his arrows were even more dangerous than they were before.

The northern water snake is also known as the female water snake and the large water snake and also has the Latin names Hydra, Hydra et Crater or Hydra et Corvus. The constellation Faelis, Felis or Cat used to exist south of the Northern Water Snake, but is no longer recognized today. [20]

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
3297108 24 35.0-03 45 045.61 F3V
3321208 26 27.2-03 59 155.59 A5III-IV 3.872.8
3398308 35 28.2-07 58 565.72 A1pSrCrEu v
3410δ408 37 39.4+05 42 134.16 A1Vnn 6.2243.7
3418σ508 38 45.4+03 20 294.44 K1+III
3431608 40 01.5-12 28 314.98 K4III
3441908 41 43.3-15 56 364.88 G9.5III 6.831.0
3454η708 43 13.5+03 23 554.30 B3V
34691008 45 01.3+05 40 506.13 A6V
3482ε1108 46 46.6+06 25 083.38 G5III 0.90.2
34841208 46 22.5-13 32 524.32 G8-IIIFe-1 9.319.9
3492ρ1308 48 26.0+05 50 164.36 A0Vn 8.712.4
35001408 49 21.7-03 26 355.31 B9pHgMn
35231508 51 34.5-07 10 385.54 A4m 1.80.9
3547ζ1608 55 23.6+05 56 443.11 G9II-III
35521708 55 29.5-07 58 136.91 H A7m 0.34.1
35531708 55 29.6-07 58 166.67 H A2m 0.34.1
3613ω1809 05 58.4+05 05 324.97 K2II-III
36301909 08 42.2-08 35 225.60 B9.5III 5.01.0
36412009 09 35.5-08 47 165.46 G8II
36552109 12 26.0-07 06 356.11 A3III:m+A0V:
3665θ2209 14 21.9+02 18 513.88 B9.5V 7.727.1
36812309 16 41.7-06 21 115.24 K2III 5.61.6
36832409 16 41.3-08 44 415.47 B9III
37062609 19 46.4-11 58 304.79 G8III 7.53.4
37092709 20 29.0-09 33 214.80 G8III-IV+F5V 1.9231.8
37382809 25 24.0-05 07 035.59 K5III
37442909 27 14.6-09 13 256.54 A2V 0.00.3
3748α3009 27 35.2-08 39 311.98 K3II-III 7.5283.1
3759τ13109 29 08.9-02 46 084.60 F6V 3.065.7
3787τ23209 31 58.9-01 11 064.57 A3V
38143309 34 32.7-05 54 545.56 K1III
38323409 37 51.5-09 25 286.40 A1V
3845ι3509 39 51.4-01 08 343.91 K2.5III-IIIbBa0.3
38463709 39 47.4-10 34 136.31 A0Vn
3849κ3809 40 18.4-14 19 565.06 B5V
3903υ13909 51 28.7-14 50 484.12 G7-III
3970υ24010 05 07.5-13 03 534.60 B9III-IV
3994λ4110 10 35.3-12 21 153.61 K0IIICN1 7.7112.2
4094μ4210 26 05.4-16 50 113.81 K4.5III
41454410 34 00.9-23 44 435.08 K4III 8.719.1
4156φ210 36 16.7-16 20 406.03 M1III 7.03.4
4171φ310 38 35.0-16 52 364.91 G8IIIFe-0.5
4232ν10 49 37.5-16 11 373.11 K2III
4314χ111 05 19.9-27 17 374.94 F3IV 0.10.2
4317χ211 05 57.6-27 17 165.71 A0IV
4450ξ11 33 00.1-31 51 283.54 G7III 7.068.2
4494ο11 40 12.8-34 44 414.70 B9V
4552β11 52 54.6-33 54 294.28 B9IIIpSi 0.90.8
4958ψ4513 09 03.3-23 07 054.95 K1III
5020γ4613 18 55.3-23 10 183.00 G8-IIIa 6.7138.4
52504713 58 31.1-24 58 205.15 B8VpShell
52574814 00 00.1-25 00 375.77 F7V
5287π4914 06 22.3-26 40 573.27 K2-III-IIIbFe-0.5
53125014 12 46.0-27 15 405.08 K3III
53815114 23 05.8-27 45 144.77 K4III
54075214 28 10.4-29 29 304.97 B8V 0.00.1
54975414 46 00.1-25 26 354.94 F2III-IV 2.08.5
55145514 47 22.5-25 37 285.63 A0IIIp
55165614 47 44.8-26 05 155.24 G5III
55175714 47 57.5-26 38 475.77 B9V
55265814 50 17.3-27 57 374.41 K4III
55775914 58 39.2-27 39 265.65 A4V+A6V 0.30.4
55916015 02 06.4-28 03 385.85 A4IV

Revised+Historic NGC/IC, Version 22/9, © Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke [277]
Planetary Nebulae
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 261008 33 23.4-16 08 55PN13.612.70.7F, S, att to * 13, * 7 nfPK 239+13.1, CS=15.5
NGC 324210 24 46.1-18 38 31PN8.67.71.07! planetary, vB, lE 147°, 45" d, bluePK 261+32.1, ESO 568-PN5, CS=12.0, Ghost of Jupiter
Open Clusters
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 254808 13 43.1-05 45 02I2m5.830Cl, vL, pRi, pmC, st 9…13M 48, OCL 584
Globular Clusters
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 459012 39 28.0-26 44 32X7.311globular, L, eRi, vC, iR, rrr, st 12M 68, GCL 20, ESO 506-SC30
NGC 569414 39 36.5-26 32 16VII10.24.3cB, cS, R, psbM, r, * 9.5 spGCL 29, ESO 512-SC10
Galaxies
NameRADecTypebMagvMagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification, Remarks
NGC 255508 17 56.3+00 44 42SBab13.012.21.9 × 1.4vF, cS, iF, 3 S st inv?UGC 4319, MCG 0-21-12, CGCG 3-28, IRAS 08153+0054
NGC 256108 19 36.7+04 39 24SBc13.913.21.1 × 0.6vF, S, R, 2 st ΔUGC 4336, MCG 1-22-1, CGCG 31-81, CGCG 32-1, IRAS 08169+0448
NGC 257408 20 48.1-08 55 06Sab13.112.32.3 × 1.2eF, pS, rr, * 7.5 nf 5'MCG -1-22-3, IRAS 08183-0845
NGC 258308 23 07.9-05 00 09E014.413.40.9 × 0.9vF, S, R, sbMN, 1st of 4MCG -1-22-8
NGC 258408 23 15.5-04 58 15Sbc14.613.81.2 × 0.6vF, S, R, 2nd of 4MCG -1-22-9
NGC 258508 23 26.2-04 54 55Sb14.413.61.8 × 0.8vF, S, R, 3rd of 4MCG -1-22-10, IRAS 08209-0445
NGC 259008 25 02.0-00 35 28Sbc13.913.12.2 × 0.7F * inv in vF, vS, lE nebIC 507, UGC 4392, MCG 0-22-10, CGCG 4-20, IRAS 08224-0025
NGC 261208 33 50.1-13 10 27E-S013.712.72.8 × 0.6B, S, E, psbM, bet 2 stMCG -2-22-20
NGC 261508 34 33.1-02 32 50SBb13.312.51.9 × 1.1F, pS, lE, lbM, F * inv rUGC 4481, MCG 0-22-19, CGCG 4-59, IRAS 08320-0222
NGC 261608 35 34.0-01 51 03S013.512.51.1 × 0.9vF, S, R, * nr nfUGC 4489, MCG 0-22-21, CGCG 4-69
NGC 261708 35 38.9-04 05 16S0-a14.713.81.1 × 0.8eF, vS, 2 vF st invMCG -1-22-26
NGC 261808 35 53.5+00 42 28Sab12.912.12.5 × 2eF, pL, iFUGC 4492, MCG 0-22-23, CGCG 4-74, NPM1G +00.0220
NGC 264208 40 44.4-04 07 20SBbc13.412.62 × 1.8vF, pL, gbM, 2 B st s, one fMCG -1-22-33, IRAS 08382-0356
NGC 264408 41 32.0+04 58 51Sc13.112.42.1 × 0.8vF, pL, irr oval, sev S pointsUGC 4533, MCG 1-22-16, CGCG 32-52, KARA 279, IRAS 08389+0509
NGC 266208 45 32.0-15 07 16E113.812.81.2 × 1.1vF, vS, R, bM, * 15 nrMCG -2-23-2, NPM1G -14.0271
NGC 266508 46 00.8-19 18 12SBa12.912.22 × 1.5F, S, R, gbMNESO 563-19, MCG -3-23-4, UGCA 144, IRAS 08437-1907
NGC 267408 49 13.2-14 17 37Sa15.814.90.6 × 0.3eF, S, neb ?NPM1G -14.0280
NGC 269008 52 38.0-02 36 13Sab13.913.11.9 × 0.5pF, S, EUGC 4647, MCG 0-23-8, CGCG 5-20
NGC 269508 54 27.0-03 04 01S012.811.91.7 × 1.2pF, cS, RMCG 0-23-10, CGCG 5-25
NGC 269608 50 42.0-05 00 34E014.313.31.3 × 1.3eF, vS, stellarMCG -1-23-4, NPM1G -04.0271
NGC 269708 54 59.3-02 59 16S0-a13.212.31.8 × 1.1vF, vS, RMCG 0-23-11, CGCG 5-27, IRAS 08524-0247
NGC 269808 55 36.4-03 11 03S0-a13.512.61.5 × 0.5vF, pS, R, * 9 np 4'MCG 0-23-12, CGCG 5-30
NGC 269908 55 48.8-03 07 38E113.612.61.1 × 1vF, S, R, * 15 npMCG 0-23-14, CGCG 5-33, ARAK 187
NGC 270608 56 12.3-02 33 48Sbc13.813.01.8 × 0.6vF, pS, mE, * nr fUGC 4680, MCG 0-23-17, CGCG 5-36, IRAS 08536-0222
NGC 270808 56 07.9-03 21 38Sb12.812.02.7 × 1.4pF, pS, E, 2 st nrNGC 2727, MCG 0-23-15, CGCG 5-34, IRAS 08535-0309
NGC 270908 56 12.8-03 14 33S014.713.70.8 × 0.6vF, pS, lE, nnf II 281MCG 0-23-16, CGCG 5-35, NPM1G -03.0280
NGC 271308 57 20.6+02 55 17SBab12.711.83.6 × 1.5pB, iR, mbMUGC 4691, MCG 1-23-6, CGCG 33-28, IRAS 08547+0306
NGC 271608 57 35.8+03 05 25SB0-a12.711.81.3 × 1F, S, R, mbMUGC 4692, MCG 1-23-7, CGCG 33-29
NGC 271808 58 50.3+06 17 38SBab12.611.82.1 × 2.1F, pL, E, am 3 stUGC 4707, MCG 1-23-15, MK 703, CGCG 33-34, IRAS 08561+0629
NGC 272108 58 56.5-04 54 05Sbc13.012.22.4 × 1.6cF, pL, R, vgbMMCG -1-23-15
NGC 272208 58 46.1-03 42 35Sbc13.512.72 × 1.3vF, vS, stellarNGC 2733, MCG -1-23-14, IRAS 08562-0330
NGC 272309 00 14.3+03 10 42S014.213.20.8 × 0.8F, S, RUGC 4723, MCG 1-23-17, CGCG 33-39, NPM1G +03.0195
NGC 272909 01 28.6+03 43 16S014.313.40.8 × 0.5vF, vS, RUGC 4737, MCG 1-23-18, CGCG 33-46, ARAK 191, NPM1G +03.0196
NGC 275409 05 11.2-19 05 05S0/P15.114.10.8 × 0.5eF, S, R, 1st of 3ESO 564-16, NPM1G -18.0294
NGC 275809 05 31.1-19 02 34Sc14.113.41.9 × 0.5eF, S, E 0°, 3rd of 3ESO 564-20, MCG -3-23-19, IRAS 09032-1850
NGC 276309 06 49.0-15 29 57SBc12.612.02.3 × 2vF, pS, bM, S * 30" nMCG -2-23-10, IRAS 09044-1517
NGC 276509 07 36.5+03 23 34S013.112.12.1 × 1.1vF, pL, E, gbM, erUGC 4791, MCG 1-24-1, CGCG 33-61, KARA 303
NGC 278109 11 27.5-14 49 02SB0-a12.511.63 × 1.5B, S, vlE, psmbMMCG -2-24-2, IRAS 09091-1436
NGC 278409 12 19.4-24 10 21S011.310.25.5 × 2.2B, L, mE 64°, gmbMESO 497-23, MCG -4-22-5, UGCA 152, AM 0910-235
NGC 281109 16 11.2-16 18 45SBa12.211.32.5 × 0.9pB, pS, E, psmbMMCG -3-24-3, UGCA 155, IRAS 09138-1606
NGC 281509 16 19.5-23 38 02SBb12.811.93.5 × 1.1F, S, lE, gbMESO 497-32, MCG -4-22-6, UGCA 156, AM 0914-232, IRAS 09140-2325
NGC 281709 17 10.6-04 45 10SBc13.713.02 × 1.7vF, pS, RMCG -1-24-6, IRAS 09146-0432
NGC 283509 17 52.6-22 21 19SBc11.010.56.6 × 4.4F, * 10 inv f, bet 2 st 9ESO 564-35, MCG -4-22-8, UGCA 157, AM 0915-220, IRAS 09156-2208
NGC 284809 20 09.8-16 31 32SBc12.411.82.5 × 1.5vF, cL, E 45°, glbM, * 11 nf 3'MCG -3-24-7, UGCA 160, IRAS 09178-1618
NGC 285009 20 56.9-04 56 22S015.214.20.9 × 0.7vF, vS, R, mbMNPM1G -04.0292
NGC 285109 20 30.3-16 29 43S014.313.31.3 × 0.5eF, pS, mE, f III 488MCG -3-24-8
NGC 285509 21 27.5-11 54 37S0-a12.611.72.5 × 2.2pB, pL, R, gmbMNMCG -2-24-15, UGCA 161, IRAS 09190-1141
NGC 285809 22 54.9+03 09 27S0-a13.512.61.7 × 0.9vF, S, mbMUGC 4989, MCG 1-24-17, CGCG 34-40, NPM1G +03.0212
NGC 286109 23 36.5+02 08 10SBbc13.813.01.5 × 1.4pF, S, iR, * 14 fUGC 4999, MCG 0-24-10, CGCG 6-38, IRAS 09210+0220
NGC 286309 23 36.5-10 25 59Sm13.512.91 × 0.9cF, S, E, bet 2 st 12, 16NGC 2869, MCG -2-24-18, IRAS 09211-1012
NGC 286409 24 15.4+05 56 24S?15.514.61 × 0.7vF, pL, lEMCG 1-24-20, CGCG 34-44, IRAS 09216+0609
NGC 286509 23 30.2-23 09 41E312.611.72.5 × 1.8B, S, R, gbMESO 498-1, MCG -4-22-11, AM 0921-225, PRC C-29
NGC 286809 23 27.2-10 25 44E-S015.314.30.6 × 0.5eF, S, R, 10s p next (?RA 9h 22m)NPM1G -10.0299
NGC 287609 25 13.8-06 43 00S014.113.11.7 × 1.1F, S, sev vF st invMCG -1-24-16
NGC 287709 25 47.1+02 13 43P15.314.30.7 × 0.5vF, S, vlEMCG 0-24-15, CGCG 6-43, ARAK 201, IRAS 09231+0226
NGC 287809 25 47.4+02 05 24Sa14.714.00.8 × 0.3vF, S, vlEUGC 5022, MCG 0-24-14, CGCG 6-42, NPM1G +02.0216
NGC 2881 109 25 54.7-11 59 44S14.013.21.1 × 0.9eF, pS, 2 st 4' fMCG -2-24-21, VV 293, Arp 275
NGC 2881 209 25 53.7-11 59 33S14.113.30.8 × 0.7eF, pS, 2 st 4' fMCG -2-24-21, VV 293, Arp 275, IRAS 09234-1146
NGC 288409 26 24.5-11 33 20S0-a13.512.62.1 × 1F, S, r?MCG -2-24-22, IRAS 09239-1120
NGC 288909 27 12.5-11 38 36SBc12.411.72.3 × 1.9pF, pS, vlE, vglbM, rMCG -2-24-26, IRAS 09247-1125
NGC 289009 26 29.8-14 31 44E-S015.514.50.8 × 0.5eF, S, R, bMNMCG -2-24-24
NGC 289709 29 45.7+02 12 27S015.514.50.7 × 0.4eF, SNPM1G +02.0220, near SAO 117736
NGC 289809 29 46.3+02 03 54S0-a14.313.41 × 0.8vF, vS, lEMCG 0-24-18, CGCG 6-48, NPM1G +02.0221, IRAS 09271+0217
NGC 290009 30 15.0+04 08 37SBc13.713.01.3 × 1.1eeF, pL, RUGC 5065, MCG 1-24-26, CGCG 34-55, KARA 343, IRAS 09276+0421
NGC 290209 30 53.1-14 44 08S013.212.21.6 × 1.3vF, vS, stellarMCG -2-24-30
NGC 290709 31 36.6-16 44 01Sa12.711.62 × 1.2pF, S, lE, mb sfMCG -3-25-2, IRAS 09292-1630
NGC 291709 34 27.0-02 30 14S0-a14.513.61.3 × 0.4pF, S, mbMUGC 5098, MCG 0-25-2, CGCG 7-3
NGC 292009 34 12.0-20 51 33Sa14.013.10.9 × 0.6eF, S, R, p of 2ESO 565-15, IRAS 09318-2038
NGC 292109 34 31.1-20 55 11SBa/P13.012.02.9 × 1.1vF, pS, lE, vglbM, f of 2ESO 565-17, MCG -3-25-6, IRAS 09321-2041
NGC 292409 35 10.9-16 23 53E113.012.01.3 × 1.2pB, S, RMCG -3-25-8, NPM1G -16.0288
NGC 293509 36 44.6-21 07 40SBb12.111.33.7 × 2.8pB, pS, vlE, gmbMESO 565-23, MCG -3-25-11, UGCA 169, IRAS 09344-2054
NGC 293609 37 44.4+02 45 38E613.913.11.3 × 0.5vF, iRUGC 5130, MCG 1-25-5, CGCG 35-15, Arp 142, VV 316
NGC 293709 37 45.1+02 44 53E314.613.70.8 × 0.6F, S, like a neb *UGC 5131, MCG 1-25-6, CGCG 35-15, Arp 142, VV 316, NPM1G +02.0225
NGC 294509 37 41.0-22 02 04E-S013.112.11.6 × 1.2F, S, R, glbM, 2 or 3 S st nrESO 565-28, MCG -4-23-10, IRAS 09354-2148
NGC 294709 36 05.8-12 26 12SBbc12.912.11.5 × 1.4eF, pL, iR, gbMIC 547, IC 2494, MCG -2-25-4, IRAS 09336-1212
NGC 2951 109 39 39.8-00 14 08E415.714.70.5 × 0.3pF, S, EMCG 0-25-6, CGCG 7-17
NGC 2951 209 39 40.8-00 14 04E015.414.40.5 × 0.5pF, S, EMCG 0-25-6, CGCG 7-17, NPM1G -00.0252
NGC 295209 37 37.1-10 11 04Sd15.114.50.8 × 0.4eF, pS, iR, sbM, * 9.5 f 30s
NGC 295609 39 16.9-19 06 04Sb15.014.20.9 × 0.3vF, vS, R, * 9.5 sf 4'ESO 565-34, IRAS 09369-1852
NGC 296009 40 36.5+03 34 38Sa13.312.41.4 × 1vF, R, gbMUGC 5159, MCG 1-25-9, MK 1419, IRAS 09380+0348, KARA 359, CGCG 35-26
NGC 296209 40 54.0+05 09 57SB013.011.92.6 × 2F, vS, vlE, psbMUGC 5167, MCG 1-25-11, CGCG 35-28
NGC 297509 41 16.0-16 40 26E-S015.814.80.8 × 0.7eeF, S, R, gbMNPM1G -16.0291
NGC 298309 43 41.1-20 28 39SB0-a12.811.82.5 × 1.4F, pS, R, bM, r, stellarESO 566-3, MCG -3-25-17, UGCA 176
NGC 298609 44 15.9-21 16 41E211.710.83.2 × 2.6pB, pS, iR, mbMESO 566-5, MCG -3-25-19, UGCA 178
NGC 298909 45 25.2-18 22 28Sbc13.613.01.7 × 0.9F, R, gbM, D * fESO 566-9, MCG -3-25-20, IRAS 09430-1808
NGC 299209 45 41.9-14 19 37Sa13.112.23.7 × 0.9cF, S, R, bM, stellar, p of 2MCG -2-25-14, Arp 245, IRAS 09432-1405
NGC 299309 45 48.3-14 22 08Sa13.112.61.3 × 0.9cF, S, R, bM, stellar, f of 2MCG -2-25-15, Arp 245, IRAS 09434-1408
NGC 299609 46 30.2-21 34 16S0-a13.612.71.5 × 1.3vF, S, * 20 f 1'ESO 566-12, MCG -3-25-22
NGC 302509 49 29.0-21 44 29S013.912.91.5 × 1.2eF, vS, R, * 9 sESO 566-15, MCG -4-23-18
NGC 302809 49 54.2-19 11 04Sb13.712.90.9 × 0.8F, S, R, lbMESO 566-16, IRAS 09475-1856
NGC 303009 50 10.5-12 13 33E-S014.313.31 × 0.9eF, vS, R, bMMCG -2-25-21, NPM1G -11.0251
NGC 303709 51 24.2-27 00 39SBm13.613.01.3 × 1.1F, pS, R, lbMESO 499-10, MCG -4-24-2, AM 0949-264
NGC 304509 53 17.7-18 38 38Sb13.813.01.4 × 0.6vF, pS, R, lbM, sp of 2ESO 566-22, MCG -3-25-28
NGC 305209 54 28.0-18 38 20SBc12.812.22.1 × 1.3F, pL, R, glbM, nf of 2ESO 566-26, MCG -3-25-30, IRAS 09521-1824
NGC 305409 54 28.7-25 42 13SBb12.611.83.8 × 2.4pB, L, irr oblongESO 499-18, MCG -4-24-5, UGCA 187
NGC 305809 53 36.1-12 28 56Sc14.213.51.3 × 0.7eF, pL, D or biNIC 573, MCG -2-25-26, VV 741, IRAS 09511-1214
NGC 3058 A09 53 35.1-12 28 46C15.814.80.3 × 0.2eF, pL, D or biNMCG -2-25-26, VV 741
NGC 307209 57 23.9-19 21 17S0-a13.712.81.9 × 0.6vF, pS, lE, glbmESO 566-33, MCG -3-26-1
NGC 307609 57 37.7-18 10 42Sab14.113.31 × 0.9eF, S, RESO 566-34, MCG -3-26-2, PGC 28769
NGC 307809 58 24.5-26 55 34E312.111.12.7 × 2.3pB, S, R, mbMESO 499-27, MCG -4-24-9, AM 0956-264
NGC 308109 59 29.5-22 49 34SB0-a12.912.02.2 × 1.8vF, cS, lbM, Δ S st npIC 2529, ESO 499-31, MCG -4-24-12, NPM1G -22.0176, AM 0957-223
NGC 308509 59 29.1-19 29 34S014.213.21.2 × 0.4vF, S, RESO 566-38, MCG -3-26-3
NGC 309110 00 14.1-19 38 12E112.111.13 × 1.9pB, pS, iR, bM, p of 2ESO 566-41, MCG -3-26-7, HCG 42A
NGC 309610 00 33.1-19 39 44SB014.813.81 × 0.8eF, R, lbM, f of 2ESO 566-42, MCG -3-26-8, HCG 42B, NPM1G -19.0312
NGC 310910 03 06.6-26 09 30SBm10.49.919.1 × 3.7cF, vL, vmE 82°, lbMESO 499-36, MCG -4-24-13, UGCA 194, DDO 236, AM 1000-255
NGC 311210 03 59.0-20 46 56Sbc16.015.21 × 0.2eF, eS, R, ? NebESO 567-11
NGC 312410 06 40.0-19 13 18SBbc12.912.22.9 × 2.5F, pL, R, lbM, D * sESO 567-17, MCG -3-26-24, UGCA 202
NGC 312710 06 24.7-16 07 34Sb14.613.81.2 × 0.2eF, pL, mE 45°MCG -3-26-22
NGC 312810 06 01.4-16 07 22Sb14.313.51.6 × 0.7eF, pL, mE 170°, lbMMCG -3-26-20
NGC 313310 07 12.7-11 57 55Sb15.314.50.7 × 0.4eF, vS, R
NGC 313810 09 16.6-11 57 26Sbc15.614.81.2 × 0.4eF, vS, R, 1st of 2MCG -2-26-32
NGC 313910 10 05.1-11 46 40S014.513.51.5 × 1.3eF, vS, R, 2nd of 2MCG -2-26-34, NPM1G -11.0259
NGC 314010 09 27.8-16 37 40Sc14.814.00.9 × 0.8eF, pS, R, sbMN, 1st of 2MCG -3-26-28
NGC 314110 09 19.8-16 39 11Sc16.115.40.4 × 0.2eF, S, R, 2nd of 2NPM1G -16.0304
NGC 314310 10 03.9-12 34 55SBb14.914.30.9 × 0.7F, SMCG -2-26-33
NGC 314510 10 09.9-12 26 04SBbc12.511.73 × 1.6F, pL, R, vgslbMMCG -2-26-36, near Lambda Hya
NGC 314610 11 09.8-20 52 15SBb13.813.01 × 0.9eF, S, R, gbMESO 567-23, MCG -3-26-29
NGC 317110 15 36.8-20 38 51E-S013.812.81.6 × 1.1eF, S, R, gbMESO 567-31, MCG -3-26-32, NPM1G -20.0289
NGC 317610 14 52.1-20 00 45Sbc14.814.20.6 × 0.5eF, pS, iR, ? NebESO 567-29
NGC 317810 16 09.4-15 47 28Sc13.412.71.4 × 0.7pB, pL, gpmbMMCG -3-26-34
NGC 320010 18 36.4-17 58 56SBbc12.812.04.2 × 1.3pB, E 160°, bMNESO 567-45, MCG -3-26-37, UGCA 210
NGC 320310 19 33.6-26 41 56S0-a13.112.12.8 × 0.6pB, S, cE, gbMESO 500-24, MCG -4-25-2
NGC 320810 19 41.4-25 48 52SBc13.412.71.8 × 1.6eF, pL, iR, gbMESO 500-25, MCG -4-25-3, AM 1017-253, IRAS 10173-2533
NGC 323310 21 57.5-22 16 04SB0-a13.412.51.8 × 0.9eF, pL, iF, stell NESO 568-1, MCG -4-25-4, AM 1019-220, IRAS 10195-2200
NGC 324010 24 30.9-21 47 29Sc13.813.11.1 × 1eF, S, R, * nrESO 568-3, MCG -4-25-7, IRAS 10221-2132
NGC 3280 A10 32 43.8-12 38 12E-S015.714.70.7 × 0.5F, biNIC 617, MCG -2-27-6, NPM1G -12.0321
NGC 3280 B10 32 45.5-12 38 12E-S016.015.00.5 × 0.3F, biNMCG -2-27-7, NPM1G -12.0323
NGC 3280 C10 32 46.3-12 38 02E-S016.015.00.4 × 0.4F, biNNGC 3295C, MCG -2-27-8, NPM1G -12.0324
NGC 328210 32 21.8-22 18 07SB013.912.91.9 × 0.6eF * in eF, vS neb, bet 2 stESO 568-16, MCG -4-25-13
NGC 328510 33 35.8-27 27 16SBa13.112.12.7 × 1.5pB, S, lE, gbM, 1st of 9ESO 501-15, MCG -4-25-19, AM 1031-271, IRAS 10312-2711
NGC 3285 A10 32 48.7-27 31 19SBc14.513.81.2 × 0.8pB, S, lE, gbM, 1st of 9ESO 501-8, MCG -4-25-15, AM 1030-271
NGC 3285 B10 34 36.7-27 39 12SBb13.913.11.5 × 1.2pB, S, lE, gbM, 1st of 9ESO 501-18, MCG -4-25-22, AM 1032-272, IRAS 10322-2723
NGC 329010 35 17.5-17 16 36SBbc/P14.313.51 × 0.5eF, S, lE 0°, gbM, B * n 6'MCG -3-27-20, Arp 53, PGC 31347, IRAS 10328-1701
NGC 329610 32 45.3-12 43 00E014.913.90.7 × 0.7eF, pS, R, bMIC 618, NPM1G -12.0322
NGC 329710 33 11.7-12 40 16S015.514.50.8 × 0.5eF, S, iRNPM1G -12.0326
NGC 330510 36 11.7-27 09 44E013.812.71.1 × 1.1vF, S, R, 2nd of 9ESO 501-30, MCG -4-25-31
NGC 330710 36 17.2-27 31 44SB0-a14.513.50.9 × 0.3eeF, 3rd of 9ESO 501-31, MCG -4-25-29
NGC 330810 36 22.3-27 26 14E/SB012.911.91.7 × 1.3F, S, R, 4th of 9ESO 501-34, MCG -4-25-32
NGC 330910 36 35.7-27 31 03E312.611.61.9 × 1.6B, L, R, p of D neb, 5th of 9ESO 501-36, MCG -4-25-34, AM 1034-271
NGC 331110 36 42.7-27 31 43E-S012.711.72.3 × 2.1B, L, R, f of D neb, 6th of 9ESO 501-38, MCG -4-25-36, AM 1034-271
NGC 331210 37 02.3-27 33 56Sb12.711.93.3 × 1.2cF, E, gbM, 7th of 9IC 629, ESO 501-43, MCG -4-25-39, AM 1034-271, IRAS 10346-2718
NGC 331310 37 25.5-25 19 08SBab12.211.43.9 × 3.2eF, pS, iR, gbMN, * 15 n 3"ESO 501-50, MCG -4-25-44, UGCA 213, AM 1035-250, IRAS 10350-2503
NGC 3314 A10 37 12.7-27 41 00SBa/P14.113.11.5 × 0.58th of 9 nebESO 501-46, MCG -4-25-41, AM 1034-272, IRAS 10348-2725, PRC D-48
NGC 3314 B10 37 09.6-27 39 27E-S015.314.30.4 × 0.38th of 9 neb
NGC 331510 37 19.2-27 11 30E-S014.413.31.1 × 1vF, pL, iR, gvlbM, * 1' npESO 501-48, MCG -4-25-42
NGC 3316 110 37 37.2-27 35 39SB013.712.71.4 × 1.2F, S, R, bM, 9th of 9ESO 501-54, MCG -4-25-46, AM 1035-271
NGC 3316 210 37 38.0-27 35 59S16.015.20.3 × 0.2F, S, R, bM, 9th of 9ESO 501-54, MCG -4-25-46, AM 1035-271
NGC 332210 38 50.5-11 38 56Sc13.713.02.5 × 1.2F, iF, * pNGC 3321, MCG -2-27-10, UGCA 214, IRAS 10363-1123
NGC 333110 40 09.0-23 49 14SBc13.913.21.2 × 0.9vF, S, vlE 0°ESO 501-72, MCG -4-25-56, AM 1037-233, IRAS 10377-2333
NGC 333510 39 34.1-23 55 19SB0-a14.013.11.1 × 0.9vF, S, iR, gbMESO 501-71, MCG -4-25-55, AM 1037-233
NGC 333610 40 16.8-27 46 38SBc12.912.22 × 1.6vF, pL, lE, glbMESO 437-36, MCG -5-25-36, AM 1037-273, IRAS 10379-2730
NGC 336910 46 44.7-25 14 39E-S014.613.61.4 × 0.8eF, vS, RESO 501-95, MCG -4-26-9
NGC 338310 47 19.2-24 26 16SBbc13.612.81.4 × 1.1F, pL, iR, glbMESO 501-97, MCG -4-26-10, AM 1044-241, IRAS 10449-2410
NGC 339010 48 04.3-31 32 00Sb12.911.93.5 × 0.6F, S, pmE 0°ESO 437-62, MCG -5-26-7, IRAS 10457-3116
NGC 339310 48 23.4-25 09 42SBa13.112.21.8 × 1.5F, S, R, psbM, 2 st 10 fESO 501-100, MCG -4-26-11, AM 1045-245, IRAS 10459-2453
NGC 340410 50 17.8-12 06 29SBab14.013.22.1 × 0.5pB, vL, E pfIC 2609, MCG -2-28-11, IRAS 10477-1150
NGC 340910 50 20.2-17 02 41Sc14.814.11.2 × 0.2eF, S, E 200°, 2 vF st invMCG -3-28-12
NGC 341110 50 26.1-12 50 42E012.911.92.1 × 2.1F, S, R, lbMNGC 3402, MCG -2-28-12
NGC 342010 50 09.6-17 14 35SBa14.713.81.3 × 1.1eF, vS, R, pgbMN, * 8.5 s 6'MCG -3-28-11, NPM1G -16.0322
NGC 342110 50 57.6-12 26 52Sa/P14.613.71.8 × 1.52 neb, F, RIC 652, MCG -2-28-13, NPM1G -12.0339
NGC 345010 48 03.5-20 50 56SBb12.611.82.6 × 2.3vF, L, R, vglbM, rESO 569-6, MCG -3-28-4, UGCA 218, IRAS 10456-2034, KARA 467
NGC 345310 53 40.4-21 47 36SBb13.712.91.1 × 0.6F, S, R, bMESO 569-17, MCG -4-26-13, IRAS 10512-2131
NGC 346310 55 13.3-26 08 25Sb13.612.81.5 × 0.7F, S, R, glbMESO 502-2, MCG -4-26-14, IRAS 10528-2552
NGC 346410 54 39.8-21 03 59SBc13.012.62.5 × 1.7eF, pL, E 125°ESO 569-22, MCG -3-28-21, UGCA 222, IRAS 10521-2047
NGC 348310 59 00.1-28 28 40S0-a12.912.01.8 × 1.2pF, S, R, bM, am stESO 438-1, MCG -5-26-16, AM 1056-281
NGC 358511 13 17.3-26 45 18E610.99.94.6 × 2.5B, pL, E, vsmbMN, 2 B st ΔESO 502-25, MCG -4-27-4, AM 1110-262
NGC 360611 16 15.6-33 49 39E113.312.31.5 × 1.4eF, S, R, gbMESO 377-32, MCG -5-27-4, AM 1113-333
NGC 361711 17 50.8-26 08 02E313.712.81.8 × 1.3F, S, R, gbMESO 503-12, MCG -4-27-8, UGCA 231, AM 1115-255
NGC 362111 18 15.8-32 48 40SBcd10.39.712.3 × 6.8cB, vL, E 160°, am 4 stESO 377-37, MCG -5-27-8, UGCA 232, AM 1115-323, IRAS 11159-3235
NGC 367311 25 12.7-26 44 12SBb12.311.53.7 × 2.4F, vL, gvlbM, * 7 s 6'ESO 503-16, MCG -4-27-10, UGCA 236, AM 1122-262, IRAS 11227-2627
NGC 371711 31 32.0-30 18 30Sb12.211.26.2 × 1pB, S, mE, * 13 attESO 439-15, MCG -5-27-15, UGCA 238, AM 1129-300, IRAS 11290-3001
NGC 388511 46 46.5-27 55 20SB0-a11.910.92.4 × 1cF, vS, vlE, bM, vF * sfESO 440-7, MCG -5-28-6, AM 1144-273, IRAS 11442-2738
NGC 390411 49 13.2-29 16 37E211.810.92.7 × 2pB, S, R, mbMESO 440-13, MCG -5-28-9
NGC 392311 51 01.6-28 48 21E410.89.85.9 × 3.9B, pL, lE, gmbM, r, vS * sp invESO 440-17, MCG -5-28-12, AM 1148-283
NGC 393611 52 20.4-26 54 21SBbc12.912.13.9 × 0.7vF, cL, vmE 59°ESO 504-20, MCG -4-28-4, UGCA 248, IRAS 11497-2637
NGC 408712 05 35.3-26 31 20E-S013.112.12.1 × 1.7pB, S, R, bMESO 505-10, MCG -4-29-5
NGC 410512 06 40.6-29 45 36E311.610.72.8 × 2.1pF, pS, R, psbM, r, p of 2ESO 440-54, MCG -5-29-13, AM 1204-292
NGC 410612 06 45.5-29 46 06SB0-a12.411.41.6 × 1.3pF, pS, R, pgbM, f of 2ESO 440-56, MCG -5-29-14, AM 1204-292
NGC 430412 22 12.7-33 29 05SBbc12.511.73 × 2.4vF, vL, R, vgvlbM, rESO 380-20, MCG -5-29-34, FAIR 310, IRAS 12195-3312
NGC 445612 27 52.2-30 05 52Sbc14.113.31.2 × 0.6eeF, vS, * 13 attESO 441-30, IRAS 12252-2949
NGC 480612 56 12.4-29 30 10SBc13.512.81.2 × 1F, cS, R, gvlbMESO 443-12, MCG -5-31-3, AM 1253-291, IRAS 12535-2914
NGC 483112 57 36.6-27 17 31E/SB013.512.51.7 × 0.9F, S, R, gbMESO 507-55, MCG -4-31-10
NGC 495513 06 04.8-29 45 16E213.212.21.9 × 1.3F, cS, R, gbMESO 443-62, MCG -5-31-34, AM 1303-292
NGC 496513 07 09.2-28 13 42SBcd12.912.22.4 × 2vF, vL, cE, vgbMESO 443-70, MCG -5-31-36, UGCA 326, AM 1304-275, IRAS 13044-2757
NGC 496813 07 06.0-23 40 37SB013.812.81.9 × 0.9F, pL, R, glbMESO 508-6, MCG -4-31-30, IRAS 13044-2324
NGC 497013 07 33.6-24 00 32S013.212.21.8 × 1vF, pL, iFIC 4196, ESO 508-9, MCG -4-31-33
NGC 498013 09 10.1-28 38 30SBa13.812.91.6 × 0.7eF, cS, RESO 443-75, MCG -5-31-37, AM 1306-282, IRAS 13064-2822
NGC 499313 09 47.6-23 23 02E/SB013.412.41.3 × 1.1vF, vSNGC 4994, ESO 508-18, MCG -4-31-39, AM 1307-230
NGC 504213 15 30.8-23 59 02SBc12.511.84.2 × 2.2F, L, R, vgvlbM, * 9 pESO 508-31, MCG -4-31-43, UGCA 340, IRAS 13127-2343
NGC 504813 16 08.3-28 24 40E-S013.812.81.5 × 0.8pF, R, sp of 2ESO 443-87, MCG -5-31-41, AM 1312-280
NGC 505113 16 20.0-28 17 10SBbc14.113.31.4 × 0.6Neb, nf of 2ESO 444-1, MCG -5-31-42, AM 1312-280, IRAS 13135-2801
NGC 506113 18 05.2-26 50 14E111.310.43.5 × 3vB, S, R, vsmbM * 10 fESO 508-38, MCG -4-31-48, AM 1315-263
NGC 507813 19 49.8-27 24 35Sa12.011.04 × 1.9pB, pS, cE, psbM, * 7·8 fESO 508-48, MCG -4-32-1, AM 1317-270, IRAS 13170-2708
NGC 508513 20 17.5-24 26 25Sc12.411.73.5 × 3F, L, R, vglbMESO 508-50, MCG -4-32-5, UGCA 349, AM 1317-241, IRAS 13175-2410
NGC 510113 21 46.0-27 25 51SB0-a11.610.75.4 × 4.6cB, pS, lE, psbM *ESO 508-58, MCG -4-32-8, UGCA 351, AM 1319-271, IRAS 13190-2709
NGC 513513 25 44.0-29 50 01SBab12.912.12.6 × 1.8pB, S, EESO 444-32, MCG -5-32-13, IRAS 13229-2934
NGC 515013 27 36.4-29 33 45SBbc12.611.81.3 × 1cF, S, R, pslbM, * f 2'ESO 444-43, MCG -5-32-23, IRAS 13248-2918
NGC 515213 27 51.5-29 37 09SBb13.212.42.1 × 0.7vF, S, R, p of D nebESO 444-44, MCG -5-32-24, AM 1325-292
NGC 515313 27 54.3-29 37 04E1/P12.811.82 × 1.4pF, S, f of D nebESO 444-45, MCG -5-32-25
NGC 518213 30 41.6-28 09 01SBbc13.312.41.9 × 1.3vF, pL, vlE, * 7 nf 10'ESO 444-62, MCG -5-32-34, IRAS 13278-2753
NGC 523613 37 00.2-29 52 02Sc8.27.512.9 × 11.5!!, (H, h) vB, vL, E 55°, esbMN, (L) 3 branched spiralM 83, ESO 444-81, MCG -5-32-50, UGCA 366, IRAS 13342-2933
NGC 526013 40 19.8-23 51 30SBbc13.612.81.6 × 1.4eF, pL, 3 st f in a lineESO 509-92, MCG -4-32-50, AM 1337-233, IRAS 13375-2336
NGC 526413 41 36.6-29 54 43IBm12.612.02.6 × 1.5vF, pL, R, vlbMESO 445-12, MCG -5-32-66, UGCA 370, DDO 242, AM 1383-293
NGC 532813 52 53.4-28 29 21E112.711.61.8 × 1.2pB, S, R, slbMESO 445-67, MCG -5-33-28
NGC 533013 52 59.2-28 28 14E314.713.70.7 × 0.5eeF, S, R, v diffic, nf 3676ESO 445-68, MCG -5-33-28A
NGC 539314 00 32.0-28 52 30Sa13.913.00.9 × 0.7vF, S, R, glbMESO 445-87, MCG -5-33-35, IRAS 13576-2838
NGC 546414 07 04.1-30 01 02SBm13.313.01.3 × 0.8pF, S, R, pslbMESO 446-11, MCG -5-33-45, TOL 43, AM 1404-294, IRAS 14041-2946
NGC 549514 12 23.5-27 06 28SBc13.312.61.5 × 1.2vF, S, R, bM, * sfESO 511-10, MCG -4-34-1, AM 1409-265, IRAS 14095-2652
NGC 555614 20 34.0-29 14 29SBcd12.511.84.1 × 3.3eF, L, S * invESO 446-50, MCG -5-34-9, UGCA 389, IRAS 14176-2901, DDO 243, AM 1417-290
NGC 559214 23 54.9-28 41 18SBbc13.512.81.5 × 0.8F, S, E, gvlbM, rESO 446-58, MCG -5-34-11, AM 1421-282, IRAS 14210-2827
NGC 562614 29 49.0-29 44 58S0-a13.812.91.2 × 1eF, S, RESO 447-8, MCG -5-34-15
IC 50308 22 10.6+03 16 07SBa13.913.01.1 × 1vF, S, lEUGC 4366, MCG 1-22-4, CGCG 32-6, IRAS 08195+0325
IC 50408 22 41.2+04 15 43S014.013.01.2 × 0.8vF, pS, R, 4 st fUGC 4372, MCG 1-22-5, CGCG 32-8
IC 50508 23 21.6+04 22 23S14.914.01.2 × 0.9eF, S, R, lbMUGC 4382, MCG 1-22-8, CGCG 32-15
IC 50608 23 30.7+04 18 01E?14.713.70.6 × 0.6eeF, eS, R, v difficMCG 1-22-9, CGCG 32-16, NPM1G +04.0158
IC 51008 32 10.9-02 09 44SBbc14.713.91.1 × 0.8F, vS, R, difUGC 4460, MCG 0-22-15, CGCG 4-46
IC 51308 33 05.0-12 21 18SB014.013.01.1 × 0.7F, S, dif, rMCG -2-22-19, NPM1G -12.0232
IC 51408 35 22.3-02 02 49S14.914.10.3 × 0.2vF, E nsCGCG 4-66
IC 51508 35 31.2-01 54 02S15.514.70.7 × 0.4vF, vS, dif, 2616 nfUGC 4488, CGCG 4-68, NPM1G -01.0199
IC 51608 35 50.8-01 52 16S15.714.90.5 × 0.3vF, vS, dif, 2616 pCGCG 4-75
IC 51708 36 22.0-02 03 20S15.414.60.4 × 0.3vF, S, iFCGCG 4-82
IC 51908 40 34.4+02 36 43C15.014.00.4 × 0.4vF, vS, R, diffic, * 14 closeCGCG 32-51, NPM1G +02.0193
IC 52108 46 44.2+02 32 18S+C?15.014.10.9 × 0.5Neb * 13mMCG 1-23-2, CGCG 33-4, double system ?
IC 52408 58 12.8-19 11 29S014.913.91 × 0.6vF, vS, R, vF N ?ESO 564-1, NPM1G -18.0287
IC 52509 01 22.5-01 51 11S0-a15.014.11 × 0.3F, S, E nsUGC 4735, MCG 0-23-19, CGCG 5-46, KARA 295
IC 53109 17 50.8-00 16 41SBab14.313.51.7 × 0.5F, vS, E pf, lbMUGC 4923, MCG 0-24-6, CGCG 6-28, IRAS 09152-0004
IC 53309 20 23.3-03 59 29S15.514.71 × 0.3eF, S, dif
IC 53409 21 15.6+03 09 01Sb14.914.11.7 × 0.2vF, S, difUGC 4968, CGCG 34-33
IC 53509 22 16.2-01 02 24E015.214.20.4 × 0.4F, vS, RCGCG 6-34, NPM1G -00.0239
IC 53709 25 22.5-12 23 28S0-a14.013.11.2 × 1.1Neb * 14MCG -2-24-20, NPM1G -12.0275, IRAS 09229-1210
IC 53909 29 08.2-02 32 56Sc14.113.41 × 0.9pB, S, R, gbM, rUGC 5054, MCG 0-24-17, CGCG 6-47, IRAS 09266-0219
IC 54209 31 06.2-13 10 52SB0-a14.613.71.2 × 0.4F, vS, E pf, lbMMCG -2-24-31, IRAS 09286-1257
IC 54609 34 50.2-16 23 04S0-a14.313.41.1 × 0.7F, vS, iF, h 3175 fMCG -3-25-7
IC 54909 40 43.1+03 57 32S15.514.70.5 × 0.3vF, S, iF, bMMCG 1-25-10, CGCG 35-27
IC 55009 40 28.6-06 56 45S014.513.50.8 × 0.5F, eS, stellarMCG -1-25-14
IC 55309 40 45.0-05 26 07Sa14.613.71.2 × 0.9vF, vS, R, difMCG -1-25-16
IC 57909 56 39.4-13 46 28Sab14.713.91.3 × 0.4pF, pS, RMCG -2-26-5, IRAS 09542-1332
IC 62510 42 37.9-23 56 06Sc?13.713.02.3 × 0.5eF, pL, E 110°, difMCG -4-26-1, ESO 501-80
IC 64710 50 34.4-12 51 14E316.015.00.3 × 0.2eF, vS, dif, III. 522 pNPM1G -12.0336
IC 65010 50 40.5-13 26 30P15.514.70.8 × 0.6pF, vS, R
IC 76012 05 53.5-29 17 34S013.512.51.7 × 0.5eF, vS, rr, bMNESO 440-52, MCG -5-29-10
IC 76412 10 14.0-29 44 13SBc12.912.24.8 × 1.4eF, pL, E ns, lbMESO 441-13, MCG -5-29-25, UGCA 273, AM 1207-292, IRAS 12076-2927
IC 87413 19 00.5-27 37 42SB013.712.71.2 × 1vF, S, R, difESO 508-42, MCG -4-31-50
IC 87913 19 40.3-27 25 45SBab14.013.21.4 × 1.2eF, pL, iR, difIC 4222, ESO 508-47, MCG -4-31-52
IC 232708 21 28.0+03 10 08Sa14.213.31.4 × 0.4F, S, difUGC 4356, MCG 1-22-2, CGCG 32-4, IRAS 08188+0319
IC 240308 46 09.3-15 21 24S15.514.70.6 × 0.3vF, eS, lEIRAS 08438-1510
IC 242008 51 33.7+03 06 04C14.713.70.6 × 0.6F, S, gbMNCGCG 33-14
IC 242608 58 30.4+02 55 34S15.514.70.4 × 0.2F, vS, R, stellMCG 1-23-14, CGCG 33-33, NPM1G +03.0193
IC 243209 04 39.5+05 30 45S15.414.60.5 × 0.2F, vS, R, difCGCG 33-56, NPM1G +05.0203
IC 243709 05 33.1-19 12 26E-S013.912.91.8 × 1.1F, vS, R, 10' s of 2754, 57, 58ESO 564-21, MCG -3-23-20, NPM1G -19.0276
IC 247109 25 12.2-06 49 48S014.713.71.1 × 0.7vF, 2 or 3 st in neb [?=2876]MCG -1-24-15
IC 248109 27 28.8+03 55 45Sab14.413.60.9 × 0.6F, S, E 150°, gbM, rUGC 5040A, MCG 1-24-22, CGCG 34-47, IRAS 09248+0408
IC 248209 26 59.2-12 06 30E312.511.52.3 × 1.6F, vS, * 10 p 7s, 0'.8 nMCG -2-24-25, NPM1G -11.0235
IC 254110 05 48.0-17 26 06Sbc13.712.91.3 × 0.5F, eE 5°, vmbMMCG -3-26-17
IC 258610 31 02.3-28 43 01E413.512.50.9 × 0.5pF, vS, R, 4 st nr spESO 436-30, MCG -5-25-8
IC 258910 32 20.7-24 02 14Sbc14.213.40.9 × 0.6eeF, eS, v diffic, * 13 sf, * 9 p 1'ESO 501-4, IRAS 10299-2346
IC 259310 36 15.9-12 43 31S15.815.00.4 × 0.3eF, cS, ? *NPM1G -12.0327
IC 259410 36 04.2-24 19 22E-S013.412.41.4 × 1.4eF, pS, R, bet 2 wide D stESO 501-28, MCG -4-25-28
IC 259710 37 47.3-27 04 51E212.811.81.5 × 1.2pB, pS, D * nr pESO 501-58, MCG -4-25-51, HCG 48A, AM 1035-264
IC 276411 27 04.9-28 58 50S0-a13.112.21.7 × 1.5pB, pS, R, * 10 nr nf, * 7 fESO 439-8, MCG -5-27-12
IC 291311 31 51.3-30 24 38S0-a13.913.00.8 × 0.8B, pS, R, sf 3717ESO 439-16, MCG -5-27-16, IRAS 11293-3008
IC 299512 05 47.0-27 56 30SBc12.912.23 × 0.8vF, L, cE 120°, * 8 fESO 440-50, MCG -5-29-8, UGCA 268, IRAS 12032-2739
IC 299612 05 48.5-29 58 19Sbc14.313.51.6 × 0.4F, vS, E 20°, * spESO 440-51, MCG -5-29-9, IRAS 12032-2941
IC 300512 07 14.3-30 01 34SBc13.713.02.3 × 0.4F, S, eE 160°, stell NESO 441-2, MCG -5-29-18, AM 1204-294, IRAS 12046-2944
IC 301012 07 57.3-30 20 22SB0-a13.212.21.9 × 1.8eF, cS, R, 2 st 10 sf 8'ESO 441-6, MCG -5-29-20, AM 1205-300
IC 301512 09 00.1-31 31 10Sbc13.012.22.9 × 0.7pB, mE 45°, * 10.5 sf 1'ESO 441-9, MCG -5-29-23, AM 1206-311, IRAS 12064-3114
IC 315212 19 35.9-26 08 41E-S013.512.51.8 × 1.2pB, S, R, 4 st sf, * 8 npESO 506-1, MCG -4-29-18
IC 328912 24 57.4-26 01 49S014.013.01 × 1eF, vS, R, v diffic, * 7 nf, * 8 npESO 506-7, MCG -4-29-23, AM 1222-254
IC 381312 50 02.3-25 55 12SB013.612.61.3 × 0.9eF, S, E, * 8 nfESO 507-19, MCG -4-30-24, AM 1247-253
IC 382912 51 32.5-27 46 59Sc13.712.91.9 × 1.1B, S, lE, * 9 sf [? 119° 14'.5]ESO 442-24, MCG -5-30-10, AM 1248-273, IRAS 12488-2730
IC 392712 58 10.4-22 52 34E/SB013.612.61.1 × 0.9vF, vS, * 10 np, * 7 s 10'ESO 507-58, MCG -4-31-12, AM 1255-223
IC 418013 06 56.5-23 55 02SB0-a13.612.70.9 × 0.7eeF, eS, R, 1st of 3ESO 508-5, MCG -4-31-29, IRAS 13042-2338
IC 419713 08 04.3-23 47 49E/SB013.512.41.4 × 0.9eeF, eS, R, 3rd of 3, * 8 f 37sESO 508-13, MCG -4-31-36
IC 423113 23 13.2-26 18 01Sbc14.113.31.7 × 0.4pL, vmEESO 508-60, MCG -4-32-9
IC 423213 23 22.2-26 06 33Sbc14.413.61.1 × 0.4bM, magn 14ESO 508-61, MCG -4-32-10, IRAS 13206-2550
IC 424313 25 51.2-27 37 36E-S015.214.20.7 × 0.6bM, magn 14ESO 509-1, DRCG 28-13
IC 424513 25 59.0-26 40 39Sa15.014.11 × 0.52 neb, Δα = 0'.3ESO 509-2, MCG -4-32-12, AM 1323-262, DRCG 28-151
IC 424613 26 00.2-26 40 40S15.514.70.7 × 0.42 neb, Δα = 0'.3ESO 509-2, MCG -4-32-13, AM 1323-262, DRCG 28-150
IC 424813 26 47.1-29 52 51Sb14.013.21.1 × 0.8F, spir, * 13 in MESO 444-35, MCG -5-32-18, TOL 34, AM 1323-293, IRAS 13239-2937
IC 424913 27 06.3-27 57 24Sab14.513.71.4 × 0.4vF, bM, magn 13, nr B *ESO 444-39, MCG -5-32-20, TOL 35
IC 425113 27 24.1-29 26 40S015.014.00.8 × 0.6vF, bM, magn 14, h 3507 sfESO 444-41, MCG -5-32-21
IC 425213 27 28.0-27 19 28E-S014.113.11.3 × 0.7bM, magn 13.5ESO 509-13, MCG -4-32-18, DRCG 28-65
IC 425313 27 32.2-27 52 22SBbc14.814.01.4 × 0.6bM, ? spirESO 444-42, MCG -5-32-22
IC 425413 27 45.3-27 13 19Sbc15.614.80.6 × 0.5bM, dif, magn 14.5ESO 509-17, AM 1324-265, DRCG 28-75
IC 425513 28 00.1-27 21 14E314.213.20.9 × 0.6bM, magn 13.5ESO 509-20, MCG -4-32-20, DRCG 28-52
IC 425913 29 28.2-30 08 03S?15.114.21 × 0.5bM, magn 14ESO 444-51
IC 426013 29 40.4-28 15 58Sab15.614.81.3 × 0.2bM, magn 14.5ESO 444-52
IC 426113 29 47.6-28 00 23S014.713.71 × 0.7bM, magn 14ESO 444-54, MCG -5-32-32
IC 426213 30 23.1-28 16 14Sb15.614.81.2 × 0.3bM, wisps extend 0'.1ESO 444-58
IC 426413 30 17.5-27 55 43Scd15.214.51.7 × 0.4bM, magn 14.5ESO 444-57, MCG -5-32-33
IC 426513 30 22.9-25 45 56Sa?15.514.70.8 × 0.5bM, magn 14ESO 509-34
IC 426713 30 36.0-26 15 22Sbc15.214.41.3 × 0.5wisp, 0'.7 longESO 509-35, MCG -4-32-24
IC 427013 30 49.1-25 20 01Sc14.613.90.8 × 0.8bM, magn 14ESO 509-37, MCG -4-32-27
IC 427213 31 16.4-29 57 24Sbc15.614.81 × 0.2bM, ? D, magn 14ESO 444-63, IRAS 13284-2941
IC 427313 31 29.8-28 53 38S015.514.50.8 × 0.6bM, magn 13ESO 444-65, MCG -5-32-35
IC 427513 31 51.1-29 43 56SBbc14.413.60.9 × 0.5bM, magn 12.5ESO 444-67, MCG -5-32-38, IRAS 13290-2928
IC 427613 32 06.1-28 09 23Sc15.214.51.4 × 0.2bM, wisps 0'.2 each sideESO 444-68, IRAS 13292-2753
IC 427913 32 30.9-27 07 39Sbc15.514.70.9 × 0.4bM, ? wisps 0'.3 lESO 509-47, MCG -4-32-32
IC 428013 32 53.4-24 12 25Sbc13.412.61.1 × 0.9eF, pS, R, * nf, vF * nESO 509-54, MCG -4-32-36, AM 1330-235, IRAS 13301-2357
IC 428113 32 38.5-27 10 09S?14.513.61.4 × 0.9bM, magn 13.5ESO 509-49, MCG -4-32-33, VV 631, AM 1329-265
IC 428613 33 35.7-27 37 55Sc15.915.10.4 × 0.4bM, magn 14ESO 509-58
IC 428813 34 30.3-27 18 16Sbc14.413.61.2 × 0.6bM, magn 14ESO 509-61, MCG -4-32-39
IC 428913 34 47.8-27 07 36S014.213.21 × 0.8bM, magn 14ESO 509-67, MCG -4-32-41
IC 429013 35 19.6-28 01 19SBb14.213.31.6 × 1.3Annular, F, pL, stell NESO 444-74, MCG -5-32-44
IC 429213 35 46.7-27 40 30Sc15.214.30.6 × 0.5bM, magn 13.5ESO 509-76, IRAS 13329-2725
IC 429313 36 02.2-25 52 56E-S013.512.51.5 × 0.9bM, magn 13ESO 509-77, MCG -4-32-44
IC 429413 36 31.1-28 46 53Sb15.614.80.8 × 0.4bM, magn 14ESO 444-79
IC 429513 36 34.4-29 05 20Sbc15.114.31 × 0.4S, lE, magn 14ESO 444-80, MCG -5-32-49
IC 429813 36 34.7-26 33 15Sbc14.013.21.5 × 0.7bM, ? spiralESO 509-80, MCG -4-32-45, AM 1333-261, SAO 181790 nf 3'
IC 430313 37 18.2-28 39 28SBbc15.314.51 × 0.5bM, magn 13.5ESO 444-83, MCG -5-32-51
IC 430913 38 50.0-29 39 47Sbc15.514.70.7 × 0.5bM, magn 14ESO 444-91
IC 431013 38 57.0-25 50 44S0/P13.212.22.2 × 0.8vF, bM, wisps 0'.3 lESO 509-88, MCG -4-32-47, AM 1336-253
IC 431513 40 03.1-25 28 30SBc14.814.11.6 × 0.3Wisp 1'.3 lESO 509-91, MCG -4-32-49, AM 1337-251
IC 431613 40 18.5-28 53 31IBm/P15.014.41 × 0.7bM, magn 14.5ESO 445-6, MCG -5-32-62, TOL 37, AM 1337-283
IC 431813 43 22.7-28 58 07Sc14.413.71.1 × 1bM, magn 14ESO 445-17, MCG -5-32-69, IRAS 13405-2842
IC 431913 43 26.4-29 48 12Sbc14.013.21.5 × 0.5cL, E, bM, magn 13.5ESO 445-19, MCG -5-32-71, IRAS 13406-2933
IC 432013 44 03.7-27 13 54S014.213.20.9 × 0.9bM, magn 13.5ESO 509-101, MCG -4-32-53, AM 1341-265
IC 432313 45 06.6-28 39 06Sc15.915.11.5 × 0.1cS, wisp, mEESO 445-24
IC 432513 47 39.5-29 26 04SBbc14.613.81.1 × 0.4R, planet. ?, magn 14ESO 445-32, MCG -5-33-7, IRAS 13448-2911
IC 432613 48 21.5-29 37 35S?14.413.50.8 × 0.7R, planet. ?, magn 14ESO 445-38, MCG -5-33-12, IRAS 13454-2922
IC 432813 49 02.8-29 56 14Sab14.713.90.9 × 0.7R, lbM, magn 14ESO 445-45
IC 433013 47 14.9-28 19 55SBc14.513.81.2 × 0.6pL, E, magn 13.5ESO 445-27, MCG -5-33-3
IC 435013 57 13.9-25 14 45SB0-a13.512.61.6 × 0.9eeF, eS, F * close sESO 510-22, MCG -4-33-19, AM 1354-250
IC 435113 57 53.8-29 18 56Sb12.611.75.9 × 0.9S, lEESO 445-84, MCG -5-33-34, UGCA 376, FGCE 1116, IRAS 13550-2904
IC 437414 07 29.8-27 01 05E-S013.412.41.6 × 1.2eeF, pS, RESO 510-69, MCG -4-33-46, AM 1404-264
IC 445314 34 28.6-27 31 05SB013.212.22.2 × 1pB, eS, R, F * closeESO 512-4, MCG -4-34-20

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