Sternbild Pavo (Pfau)

Pavo
Pavo: IAU Sternbildkarte [150]

Eigenschaften

Das Sternbild liegt nahe den südlichen Himmelspol zwischen Telescopium und Octans. Seine Form ist nicht leicht verständlich. Das auffälligste Merkmal ist der helle Stern Peacock im Norden und die gerade Linie aus drei Sternen weiter südlich. Das Sternbild hat eine Fläche von 378 Quadratgrad und das Zentrum kulminiert jeweils etwa am 13. Juli um Mitternacht.[9, 15]

Sterne mit Eigennamen:

  • α Pavonis: Peacock
Daten für das Sternbild Pavo [150]
IAU NamePavo
IAU GenitivPavonis
IAU KürzelPav
Deutscher NamePfau
Saison (47° N)Nicht sichtbar
Rektaszension17h 40m 41s … 21h 32m 45s
Deklination-74° 58' 29" … -56° 35' 19"
Fläche378 deg2
Nachbarn (N↻)Tel, Ara, Aps, Oct, Ind

Mythologie und Geschichte

Pavo ist ein Sternbild, das erstmals im Jahre 1603 auf einer Sternkarte des Johann Bayer erschien. Er hat es vermutlich von den Seefahrern des 16. Jahrhunderts übernommen. Das Sternbild gehört zusammen mit Apus, Tucana, Grus und Phoenix zu den "himmlischen" Vögeln.

In der griechischen Mythologie war der Pfau der Göttin des Himmels (Hera) geweiht. Der Sage nach hatte Hera den hundertäugigen Argus beauftragt, auf eine weiße Kuh zu achten, in deren Gestalt sie eine der zahllosen Geliebten ihres Göttergatten Zeus vermutete: die Nymphe Io. Zeus schickte Hermes, welcher dem Argus das Haupt abschlug und somit die Kuh befreite. Hera versetzte dafür die hundert Augen des Argus auf den Schwanz des Pfau. [7, 21]

Kataloge

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
6582η17 45 44.0-64 43 263.62 K2II
6745π18 08 34.8-63 40 064.35 A7pSr
6761ι18 10 26.1-62 00 085.49 G0V
6855ξ18 23 13.6-61 29 384.36 K4III 4.63.5
6916ν18 31 22.4-62 16 424.64 B7-8III
6982ζ18 43 02.1-71 25 414.01 K0III 7.955.6
7036θ18 48 37.8-65 04 405.73 A8V
7074λ18 52 13.0-62 11 154.22 B2II-IIIe v8.063.1
7107κ18 56 57.0-67 14 014.44 F5I-II
7127ω18 58 36.4-60 12 025.14 K2IIICNIV
7274τ19 16 28.5-69 11 266.27 A6IV-V
7590ε20 00 35.5-72 54 383.96 A0V
7603μ120 00 23.0-66 56 585.76 K0III
7612μ220 01 52.4-66 56 395.31 K2IVCNII
7665δ20 08 43.6-66 10 553.56 G6-8IV
7790α20 25 38.9-56 44 061.94 B2IV 7.1245.4
7848φ120 35 34.8-60 34 544.76 F1III
7859ρ20 37 35.3-61 31 484.88 F5Del Del
7875φ220 40 02.6-60 32 565.12 F8V
7881υ20 41 57.1-66 45 395.15 B9III
7913β20 44 57.5-66 12 113.42 A7III
7934σ20 49 18.1-68 46 355.41 K0III
8092ο21 13 20.5-70 07 355.02 M1-2III
8181γ21 26 26.6-65 21 584.22 F6V

«Revised New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue», Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke, 2021 [277]
NameRADecTypBmagVmagDimDreyer BeschreibungIdentifikation
NGC 6398 17 42 43.9-61 41 38Gx (SBa)13.612.72.00 × 1.7eF, S, R, p of 2ESO 139-18, AM 1738-614
NGC 6403 17 43 23.6-61 40 55Gx (S0)14.513.50.50 × 0.5eeF, f of 2ESO 139-19
NGC 6407 17 44 57.8-60 44 23Gx (S0)12.511.52.10 × 1.6eF, S, R, 3 st nrESO 139-22
NGC 6483 17 59 30.5-63 40 07Gx (E4)13.011.91.60 × 0.9F, S, E, bM, bet 2 st 10ESO 102-20, FAIR 486, AM 1754-634
NGC 6492 18 02 48.3-66 25 50Gx (Sbc)12.311.52.50 × 1.2pF, S, pmE 90°, * 12 att fESO 102-22, AM 1757-662, IRAS 17576-6625
NGC 6502 18 04 14.0-65 24 35Gx (E-S0)13.512.51.30 × 1.1vF, vS, f * of D * invESO 103-2, AM 1759-652
NGC 6545 18 12 14.9-63 46 33Gx (E1)14.213.21.10 × 0.9eeF, eeS, RESO 103-6
NGC 6588 18 21 27.0-63 48 24*GrpeF, S, * 6 spESO 103-**14, chain of 20 stars
NGC 6614 18 25 07.3-63 14 54Gx (E/SB0)13.512.51.40 × 1.1vF, S, R, gvlbM, * 9 pESO 103-18
NGC 6630 18 32 34.5-63 17 31Gx (E-S0)14.613.90.80 × 0.7pF, S, R, gbMESO 103-26, IRAS 18278-6319
NGC 6653 18 44 38.6-73 15 47Gx (E1)13.212.21.70 × 1.5vF, S, lE, glbMESO 45-13
NGC 6673 18 45 06.3-62 17 49Gx (E-S0)12.611.62.20 × 1.0pF, S, R, psbM, rESO 140-44, FAIR 186, AM 1840-622
NGC 6684 18 48 57.4-65 10 22Gx (SB0)11.310.44.60 × 2.9vB, pL, R, vg, psvmbM, * 7 pESO 104-16, AM 1843-651, Theta Pav 5' n
NGC 6684 A18 52 23.6-64 49 53Gx (IBm)13.212.63.00 × 1.8vB, pL, R, vg, psvmbM, * 7 pESO 104-19, AM 1847-645
NGC 6699 18 52 01.9-57 19 14Gx (SBbc)12.612.01.50 × 1.5pF, pS, lE 90°, pslbMESO 183-21, AM 1847-572, IRAS 18477-5722
NGC 6706 18 56 51.0-63 09 59Gx (E-S0)13.912.91.50 × 0.7Neb. No descriptionESO 104-24
NGC 6718 19 01 28.9-66 06 37Gx (SBb)14.013.21.40 × 0.8vF, S, R, glbM, * 9 spESO 104-29, FAIR 502, IRAS 18566-6611
NGC 6719 19 03 07.3-68 35 16Gx (Sc)13.512.81.70 × 0.8vF, pL, R, vgvlbMESO 72-8, IRAS 18578-6839
NGC 6721 19 00 50.9-57 45 34Gx (E1)13.112.01.60 × 1.4pF, cS, R, vmbMESO 141-19
NGC 6722 19 03 40.1-64 53 42Gx (Sb)13.312.52.90 × 0.4pF, S, E, glbM, 2 st 8 pESO 104-33
NGC 6730 19 07 33.6-68 54 44Gx (E1)12.211.21.80 × 1.5vF, S, R, pmbM, * 7·8 nfESO 72-9, SAO 254465 (6.8) 1.5' nf
NGC 6733 19 06 10.7-62 11 48Gx (SB0)13.312.31.80 × 1.2eeF, vglbM, v difficultESO 141-25
NGC 6734 19 07 14.4-65 27 39Gx (E-S0)13.712.71.30 × 1.1vF, S, R, glbM, p of 2ESO 104-36, AM 1902-653
NGC 6736 19 07 29.3-65 25 43Gx (E2)14.313.31.10 × 0.9eF, S, R, glbM, f of 2ESO 104-37, AM 1902-653
NGC 6739 19 07 48.7-61 22 03Gx (S0)13.212.22.40 × 0.9cF, vS, cE, psbM, 3 st pESO 141-28, A 1903-61
NGC 6744 19 09 46.1-63 51 24Gx (SBbc)9.18.520.10 × 12.9cB, cL, R, vg, svmbM, rESO 104-42, AM 1905-635, IRAS 19050-6354
NGC 6744 A19 08 43.7-63 43 48Gx (IBm)15.114.51.80 × 0.7cB, cL, R, vg, svmbM, rESO 104-38
NGC 6746 19 10 22.3-61 58 06Gx (E-S0)13.112.61.40 × 0.9eF, cS, R, glbMESO 141-29, IRAS 19058-6202
NGC 6752 19 10 51.8-59 58 53GCL (VI)5.329.00globular, B, vL, iR, rrr, st 11…16GCL 108, ESO 141-SC30, N 6777?
NGC 6753 19 11 23.7-57 02 56Gx (Sb)12.011.12.40 × 2.1pB, pL, R, gbMESO 184-22, AM 1907-570, IRAS 19071-5707
NGC 6769 19 18 22.8-60 30 03Gx (SBb/P)12.611.82.20 × 1.5vF, S, R, lbM, 1st of 3ESO 141-48, VV 304, AM 1914-603
NGC 6770 19 18 37.0-60 29 46Gx (SBb/P)12.811.92.20 × 1.6eF, vS, 2nd of 3ESO 141-49, VV 304, AM 1914-603
NGC 6771 19 18 39.4-60 32 47Gx (SB0-a)13.612.52.30 × 0.5eF, S, 3rd of 3ESO 141-50, AM 1923-603
NGC 6776 19 25 19.1-63 51 36Gx (E1)13.112.11.60 × 1.4pB, S, R, pgbMESO 104-53, AM 1920-635
NGC 6776 A19 25 05.8-63 40 58Gx (SBc)14.814.11.40 × 0.3pB, S, R, pgbMESO 104-52, IRAS 19204-6346
NGC 6777 19 26 32.0-71 27 52*27.7Neb without stESO 72-**15, SAO 257685 & 257686, = N 6752?
NGC 6782 19 23 57.9-59 55 20Gx (SBa)11.911.02.40 × 2.0cF, cS, R, lbM, * 9 sESO 142-1, FAIR 57, IRAS 19195-6001
NGC 6784 A19 26 31.2-65 37 36Gx (E-S0)14.813.80.90 × 0.5eeeF, pS, am S stESO 104-55, AM 1921-654
NGC 6784 B19 26 35.7-65 37 03Gx (E-S0 B)14.713.70.90 × 0.5eeeF, pS, am S stESO 104-55A
NGC 6808 19 43 54.4-70 37 56Gx (Sa)12.511.81.60 × 0.9pB, E, biN, * 8 fESO 73-3, IRAS 19385-7045
NGC 6810 19 43 34.3-58 39 22Gx (Sab)12.411.41.20 × 0.9pS, R, vgbMESO 142-35, IRAS 19393-5846
NGC 6844 20 02 50.0-65 13 44Gx (Sb)13.512.71.40 × 1.1eF, vS, R, psbM, * 11 npESO 105-21, FAIR 526, IRAS 19581-6522
NGC 6860 20 08 47.1-61 05 59Gx (Sb)13.412.61.30 × 0.8F, pS, gbMESO 143-9, AM 2004-611, IRAS 20044-6114
NGC 6872 20 16 57.0-70 46 04Gx (SBb/P)12.711.86.00 × 1.5F, pS, lE, glbM, * 9 p 10s.5, 1st of 4ESO 73-32, VV 297, AM 2011-705, IRAS 20115-7055
NGC 6876 20 18 19.1-70 51 30Gx (E3)12.111.32.70 × 2.4pB, S, R, eS * sf, 2nd of 4ESO 73-35, AM 2014-710
NGC 6876 A20 11 17.1-71 00 46Sb14.713.91.20 × 0.3pB, S, R, eS * sf, 2nd of 4IC 4945, ESO 73-25
NGC 6877 20 18 35.9-70 51 10Gx (E6)13.212.21.10 × 0.6vF, vS, R, 3rd of 4ESO 73-36, AM 2014-710
NGC 6880 20 19 29.6-70 51 34Gx (SB0-a)13.012.12.00 × 0.9F, S, R, r, vS * att, 4th of 4ESO 73-37, AM 2013-710, IRAS 20142-7100
NGC 6932 20 42 08.6-73 37 08Gx (SB0)13.212.32.20 × 1.6F, S, R, gbM, 5 st pESO 47-8, AM 2036-734
NGC 6943 20 44 33.7-68 44 53Gx (SBc)12.111.44.00 × 2.2pF, L, mE, vglbM vs *ESO 74-6
NGC 7020 21 11 19.9-64 01 31SB012.811.83.50 × 1.6pB, cS, lE, pgbMNGC 7021, ESO 107-13
NGC 7021 21 11 19.9-64 01 31Gx (SB0)12.811.83.50 × 1.6pF, cS, R, psbM, * 7·8 pNGC 7020, ESO 107-13
NGC 7032 21 15 22.9-68 17 15Gx (Sc)13.813.11.10 × 1.0vF, cS, R, glbMESO 74-26, IRAS 21109-6829
NGC 7059 21 27 21.7-60 00 53Gx (SBc)12.411.93.30 × 1.7B, pL, lC, gpmbMESO 145-5, IRAS 21236-6013
IC 4662 17 47 08.5-64 38 31Gx (IBm)11.711.33.20 × 1.9F, pS, lEESO 102-14, IRAS 17422-6437, PK 328-17.1
IC 4662 A17 51 36.6-64 57 34Gx (SBc)14.513.81.40 × 0.8F, pS, lEESO 102-16, IRAS 17465-6456
IC 4664 17 48 58.8-63 15 14Gx (SBb)13.612.91.80 × 1.0eF, vS, cE, cbMESO 102-15, IRAS 17442-6314
IC 4672 18 02 14.8-62 49 56Gx (Sc)15.314.60.90 × 0.4eeF, eS, vE 45°, cbMESO 102-21
IC 4674 18 08 13.3-62 23 42Gx (SBcd)15.014.31.10 × 0.4eF, vS, eE 80°, cbM stell NESO 140-1, IRAS 18035-6224, SAO 254145 (8.3) 1.5' n
IC 4680 18 13 29.5-64 28 34Gx (SBab)13.612.81.70 × 0.8eF, vS, eE 85°, cbMESO 103-9, AM 1808-643
IC 4682 18 16 25.9-71 34 55Gx (SBbc)13.012.22.30 × 1.6vF, cS, cE 140°, stell NESO 71-5, FAIR 493, IRAS 18105-7135
IC 4686 18 13 38.7-57 43 56Gx (S)14.814.20.60 × 0.5bM, magn 14ESO 140-9, FAIR 44
IC 4687 18 13 39.4-57 43 32Gx (Sb)14.013.20.90 × 0.5bM, magn 14ESO 140-10, FAIR 45, AM 1809-574, IRAS 18093-5744
IC 4689 18 13 40.3-57 44 54Gx (Sa)14.813.90.90 × 0.3bM, magn 14ESO 140-11, FAIR 46, AM 1809-574
IC 4692 18 14 50.0-58 41 39Gx (SBc)14.013.31.80 × 0.9F, S, iF, suspESO 140-13, IRAS 18104-5842
IC 4694 18 15 27.2-58 12 30Gx (SBc)13.713.02.30 × 0.9F, S, eE 20°, lbMESO 140-14
IC 4695 18 17 23.8-58 55 32*2eF, vS, R, bM, sev st nr, susp
IC 4696 18 20 18.0-64 43 58Gx (Sbc)13.212.42.40 × 0.9neb, suspESO 103-13, AM 1815-644, IRAS 18153-6445
IC 4698 18 21 00.0-63 20 51Gx (Sbc)15.014.21.30 × 0.3eF, vS, eE 45°, stell NESO 103-15, AM 1816-632, IRAS 18161-6322
IC 4702 18 23 03.9-59 14 20Gx (SB0-a)14.013.11.50 × 1.0eF, eS, * in disc, ring suspESO 140-20
IC 4704 18 27 53.7-71 36 33Gx (E-S0)13.212.11.50 × 1.2cB, bMESO 71-11, AM 1822-714
IC 4705 18 28 10.4-71 41 35Gx (SBa)13.312.71.20 × 0.8eF, eS, RESO 71-12, AM 1822-714, IRAS 18222-7143
IC 4710 18 28 38.8-66 58 59Gx (SBm)12.511.93.60 × 2.8vF, vS, R, bMESO 103-22, AM 1823-670, IRAS 18235-6700
IC 4711 18 28 06.7-64 56 40*3eF, eS, eE 125°, stell Nin line
IC 4712 18 31 06.7-71 41 38Gx (Sbc)13.012.22.30 × 1.2vF, vS, R, bMESO 71-14, FAIR 497, AM 1830-714, IRAS 18251-7143
IC 4713 18 29 58.9-67 13 28Gx (SBm)14.213.51.10 × 0.9vFESO 103-23, IRAS 18247-6715
IC 4714 18 30 55.7-66 39 10Gx (Sc)15.114.41.30 × 0.3vFESO 103-24
IC 4716 18 32 45.0-56 57 43Gx (SB?)16.015.20.60 × 0.4eeF, eS, lE 90°, suspESO 183-1
IC 4717 18 33 17.1-57 58 30Gx (Sb)14.313.31.60 × 0.3F, S, eE 95°, stell NESO 140-24, IRAS 18289-5800
IC 4718 18 33 50.0-60 07 43Gx (Sb)13.812.91.30 × 0.6cB, S, E 125°, B stell NESO 140-26
IC 4720 18 33 32.7-58 24 17Gx (SBc)13.512.82.60 × 0.9cF, S, eE 165°, cbMESO 140-25, AM 1830-583, IRAS 18291-5826
IC 4721 18 34 24.7-58 29 50Gx (SBc)12.411.65.20 × 1.5F, cL, E 150°ESO 140-27, AM 1830-583
IC 4721 A18 34 26.9-58 32 01Gx (E0)14.513.50.50 × 0.5F, cL, E 150°
IC 4722 18 34 31.3-57 47 36Gx (Sc)13.512.81.60 × 1.2F, vS, 2 branch spirESO 140-28, AM 1830-574, IRAS 18302-5749
IC 4723 18 35 56.2-63 22 36Gx (Sc)14.413.50.60 × 0.6vF, vS, RESO 103-27, AM 1831-671, IRAS 18311-6325
IC 4724 18 38 40.3-70 07 32Gx (S)15.114.30.80 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 170°ESO 71-19
IC 4726 18 36 58.5-62 51 15Gx (S0)14.413.40.90 × 0.8eF, vS, R, eF * 0'.5 nfESO 103-32, AM 1832-625
IC 4727 18 37 55.8-62 42 01Gx (E-S0)13.812.81.10 × 1.1vF, eS, RESO 103-33
IC 4728 18 37 57.0-62 31 51Gx (SBab)13.712.92.00 × 0.7eF, S, cE 170°, stell NESO 103-34, IRAS 18333-6234
IC 4729 18 39 56.3-67 25 34Gx (SBc)13.312.61.60 × 1.3vF, S, R, stell NESO 103-40, FAIR 333, IRAS 18347-6728
IC 4730 18 38 50.3-63 21 01Gx (SB0-a)14.113.21.40 × 0.7eeF, eS, eE 0°, * 9 s 2'ESO 103-38, IRAS 18339-6323
IC 4731 18 38 42.7-62 56 36Gx (SB0-a)12.511.41.50 × 0.7vF, vS, eE 88°, stell NESO 103-37
IC 4734 18 38 25.4-57 29 26Gx (SBb)14.013.21.30 × 0.8vF, vS, lE 130°ESO 140-33, AM 1834-573, IRAS 18341-5732
IC 4735 18 39 50.0-62 57 21Gx (Sa)15.514.60.70 × 0.6eF, vS, bMESO 103-41, IRAS 18350-6300
IC 4736 18 38 39.8-57 53 35Gx (SBd)14.513.91.00 × 0.9eF, eS, RESO 140-34
IC 4737 18 39 58.4-62 35 50Gx (SBa)15.014.10.80 × 0.7eF, vS, cE 10°, bet 2 F stESO 103-42, IRAS 18352-6238
IC 4738 18 40 27.3-61 54 06Gx (Sc)15.314.61.20 × 0.6eeF, eS, eF * sf 0'.5ESO 140-35, AM 1835-615
IC 4739 18 40 51.7-61 54 04Gx (Sbc)15.214.41.00 × 0.8eeF, eS, eF * invESO 140-36, AM 1836-615
IC 4740 18 43 00.5-68 21 36Gx (SBc)15.314.60.90 × 0.9eeF, vS, R, lbM, 2 eF st nrESO 71-20
IC 4741 18 41 43.6-63 56 51Gx (Sab)13.412.61.40 × 0.9vF, vS, lE 20°, stell N, 4 F st invESO 103-47, FAIR 179, AM 1836-635
IC 4742 18 41 52.2-63 51 42Gx (E1)12.911.91.70 × 1.4cF, vS, R, bM, F * invESO 103-48, FAIR 180, AM 1837-635
IC 4743 18 41 29.3-61 46 19Gx (S0)14.713.70.80 × 0.4vF, bMESO 140-37
IC 4744 18 41 55.1-63 13 24Gx (P)15.314.50.60 × 0.3eeF, eS, R, eF * invESO 103-50, AM 1837-631, IRAS 18371-6316
IC 4745 18 42 35.7-64 56 35Gx (Sab)13.512.72.20 × 0.9eF, vS, vF * p 0'.4ESO 103-52, IRAS 18376-6459
IC 4746 18 45 55.0-72 40 16Gx (P)16.015.20.50 × 0.5eF, eSESO 45-14
IC 4747 18 45 57.7-72 37 47Gx (Sc)14.914.11.10 × 0.2vF, eS, cE 75°ESO 45-15, IRAS 18398-7240
IC 4748 18 42 45.9-64 04 20Gx (S0)14.213.20.80 × 0.8eF, vS, R, F * sf 1'ESO 103-53, FAIR 181
IC 4749 18 42 49.4-63 12 32Gx (S0)14.113.10.70 × 0.7eeF, eS, 3 F st nrESO 103-54
IC 4750 18 43 02.4-62 58 16Gx (S0-a)15.114.21.10 × 0.4eeF, eS, R, * 11 np 0'.5ESO 103-55, DRCG 51-54
IC 4751 18 43 19.5-62 06 42Gx (SB0)14.113.11.00 × 0.7vF, vS, R, bMESO 140-40, FAIR 183, AM 1838-620
IC 4752 18 43 47.7-64 04 54Gx (Sa?)15.514.70.70 × 0.7eF, vS, R, vF * sf 1'ESO 103-57
IC 4753 18 43 33.0-62 06 28Gx (E1)14.613.50.70 × 0.6vF, vS, R, bMESO 140-41, FAIR 184, AM 1838-620
IC 4754 18 44 00.4-61 59 21Gx (SBb)14.113.31.30 × 1.2eF, pS, R, stell N, ? ringESO 140-42, FAIR 185
IC 4755 18 45 00.9-63 41 30Gx (Sab)15.114.31.30 × 0.3vF, vS, eE 90°, stell NESO 103-58, DRCG 51-2, IRAS 18402-6344
IC 4757 18 43 56.0-57 10 03Gx (S0-a)14.313.40.90 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 50°ESO 183-9, AM 1839-571, IRAS 18396-5713
IC 4758 18 46 18.0-65 45 24Gx (Sc)13.813.11.10 × 0.9vF, S, RESO 103-62, IRAS 18413-6548
IC 4759 18 45 41.2-63 05 11Gx (Irr)15.414.80.90 × 0.6eF, eS, RESO 103-60, AM 1840-630, DRCG 51-47, IRAS 18409-6308
IC 4760 18 45 45.9-62 57 29Gx (S0)15.114.10.80 × 0.8eF, vS, R, F * np 1'ESO 103-61, DRCG 51-53
IC 4764 18 47 07.6-63 29 04Gx (S0-a)14.513.61.30 × 0.3eeF, eS, bMESO 104-4, DRCG 51-8
IC 4765 18 47 18.1-63 19 52Gx (E5)12.211.23.50 × 1.9vF, S, R, bMESO 104-6, FAIR 187, DRCG 51-19
IC 4766 18 47 35.6-63 17 32Gx (S0-a)13.812.81.20 × 0.4eF, eS, bMESO 104-9, DRCG 51-25
IC 4767 18 47 41.8-63 24 19Gx (S0-a)14.313.41.50 × 0.5eF, eS, mE 25°, cbMESO 104-10, AM 1842-632, DRCG 51-12
IC 4769 18 47 44.0-63 09 26Gx (SBbc)14.113.31.90 × 1.2eF, vS, mE 170°, cbMESO 104-11, FAIR 188, AM 1843-631, DRCG 51-39, IRAS 18429-6312
IC 4770 18 48 10.3-63 23 01Gx (Sa)15.514.60.80 × 0.6eeF, eS, bMESO 104-13, DRCG 51-10
IC 4771 18 48 23.8-63 14 52Gx (Sc)15.214.51.10 × 0.5eF, eS, R, bMESO 104-15, DRCG 51-24, SAO 254375 (8.0) 4.5' f
IC 4773 18 51 21.5-69 55 34Gx (SBd)14.213.61.60 × 0.9eF, difESO 72-2
IC 4774 18 48 10.4-57 56 08Gx (SBbc)14.213.41.10 × 1.0eF, S, iF, mbMESO 141-5, FAIR 52, IRAS 18438-5759
IC 4775 18 48 26.3-57 11 01Gx (Sb)14.713.91.60 × 0.3eF, eS, mE 15°, suspESO 183-14
IC 4778 18 50 00.4-61 43 09Gx (SB0-a)13.913.01.20 × 0.9cF, vS, cE 35°ESO 141-6, IRAS 18454-6146
IC 4779 18 50 30.4-63 00 47Gx (Sab)14.713.90.90 × 0.8eeF, eS, eF * p 0'.3ESO 104-17, DRCG 51-49
IC 4780 18 49 56.5-59 15 13Gx (Sc)14.813.90.80 × 0.6eF, vS, lE 120°ESO 141-7, IRAS 18455-5918
IC 4781 18 51 37.7-62 47 34Gx (S0-a)15.214.30.90 × 0.53 eeF st in nebESO 104-18
IC 4783 18 51 33.5-58 48 48Gx (Sbc)14.413.61.10 × 1.0eF, vSESO 141-8, AM 1847-585, IRAS 18473-5852
IC 4784 18 52 48.0-63 15 34Gx (S0)13.812.81.40 × 1.1cF, S, R, bMESO 104-20, AM 1848-631, IRAS 18479-6319
IC 4785 18 52 55.2-59 15 18Gx (SBb)13.012.23.10 × 1.4eF, vS, iF, stell NESO 141-9, IRAS 18484-5918
IC 4787 18 56 03.9-68 40 57Gx (SBm)14.614.01.30 × 1.1eF, difESO 72-4, AM 1850-684
IC 4788 18 54 40.9-63 27 09Gx (Sc)16.015.31.60 × 0.2eeF, eS, eE 35°ESO 104-21, FGCE 1333
IC 4789 18 56 18.4-68 34 02Gx (Sc)14.113.41.50 × 0.7eF, eS, RESO 72-5, AM 1851-683, IRAS 18509-6838
IC 4790 18 56 32.2-64 55 42Gx (Sc)13.713.01.20 × 0.7cB, S, R, bMESO 104-23, IRAS 18516-6459
IC 4793 18 56 55.7-61 23 59Gx (Sbc)14.513.71.20 × 0.5eF, vS, cE 130°ESO 141-12, IRAS 18523-6127
IC 4794 18 57 09.7-62 05 25Gx (S0)14.013.00.90 × 0.5F, S, R, bMESO 141-13
IC 4795 18 57 16.7-61 36 32Gx (Sc)15.815.01.10 × 0.2eeF, eS, eE 40°ESO 141-14
IC 4798 18 58 21.0-62 07 04Gx (S0)13.212.21.50 × 0.8F, S, R, bMESO 141-15, IRAS 18536-6211
IC 4799 18 58 56.9-63 55 50Gx (SBab)13.913.11.50 × 1.1vF, S, R, stell N, ring 2 wispsESO 104-27, FAIR 335, AM 1854-640, IRAS 18541-6359
IC 4800 18 58 43.5-63 08 21Gx (SBa)13.112.21.80 × 1.0vF, S, stell N, oval ring, 2 wispsESO 104-25, AM 1854-631
IC 4801 18 59 38.3-64 40 29Gx (S0-a)13.412.51.80 × 1.0cF, S, R, bMESO 104-28
IC 4803 119 00 51.1-62 03 40Gx (SBc)15.714.91.20 × 0.4eeF, eS, RESO 141-17, AM 1856-620
IC 4803 219 00 54.8-62 03 39Gx (S)16.015.20.70 × 0.3eeF, eS, RESO 141-17A, AM 1856-620
IC 4803 319 00 39.5-62 03 54Gx (S)15.614.80.80 × 0.4eeF, eS, RESO 141-17B, AM 1856-620
IC 4804 19 01 07.5-61 49 59Gx (Sc)14.814.11.20 × 1.0eeF, eS, cEESO 141-18
IC 4805 19 02 01.4-63 02 51Gx (Sa?)14.513.61.30 × 0.4eF, vS, eE 25°, bMESO 104-30, IRAS 18573-6307
IC 4806 19 01 30.7-57 31 57Gx (Sb)13.112.22.30 × 0.6eeF, eS, eE 10°, 2 st v nr, suspESO 141-20, FAIR 503, FAIR 853, AM 1857-573
IC 4807 19 02 17.8-56 55 48Gx (SBc)14.113.41.00 × 0.6vF, vS, lE, planetary ?, suspESO 183-37, AM 1858-565, IRAS 18580-5700
IC 4809 19 04 05.3-62 11 39Gx (D)14.714.11.00 × 0.6eF, vS, lE 20°ESO 141-22
IC 4811 19 05 44.5-67 08 03Gx (Sc)15.815.00.60 × 0.5eeF, eS, R, alm stellESO 104-34, IRAS 19006-6712
IC 4813 19 05 41.8-66 31 22Gx (D)14.513.61.40 × 1.1vF, S, RESO 104-35
IC 4814 19 04 59.4-58 34 47Gx (Sc)14.313.41.10 × 0.4eeF, cS, cE 100°, suspESO 141-23, IRAS 19006-5839
IC 4815 19 06 50.8-61 42 04Gx (S0)14.313.30.80 × 0.6cF, vS, R, bMESO 141-26
IC 4819 19 07 07.5-59 28 02Gx (Sc)14.113.42.90 × 0.3vF, S, eE 130°ESO 141-27, FGCE 1346, IRAS 19027-5932
IC 4820 19 09 13.5-63 27 56Gx (SBcd)15.214.61.30 × 0.9eeF, eSESO 104-39, AM 1904-633
IC 4822 19 14 45.6-72 26 28Gx (Sc)15.014.20.70 × 0.3F, S, RESO 45-19
IC 4823 119 12 16.0-63 58 33Gx (S)14.313.51.10 × 0.8vF, vSESO 104-45, AM 1907-640
IC 4823 219 12 14.0-63 59 01Gx (S)15.514.70.50 × 0.4vF, vSESO 104-45A, AM 1907-640
IC 4824 19 13 14.1-62 05 19Gx (IBm)16.816.21.70 × 1.0eF, eS, D nebESO 141-33, AM 1908-621, Pos of w knot
IC 4825 19 17 15.7-72 44 56Gx (Sc)15.614.80.40 × 0.3eF, eS, RESO 45-20
IC 4826 19 12 21.3-57 12 09Gx (Sab)14.313.51.40 × 0.8eF, eeS, RESO 184-27
IC 4827 19 13 21.1-60 51 34Gx (Sab)13.012.22.80 × 0.5F, cS, eE 170°, stell NESO 141-34, IRAS 19088-6056
IC 4828 19 13 40.6-62 04 56Gx (S?)14.914.01.10 × 0.5vF, vS, cE 60°ESO 141-36, AM 1909-621
IC 4830 19 13 48.4-59 17 40Gx (SBbc)13.112.31.70 × 1.3eF, eS, R, lbMESO 141-37, IRAS 19094-5922
IC 4831 19 14 44.1-62 16 19Gx (Sab)12.311.33.50 × 0.9! cF, vS, eE 150°, 2 br spirESO 141-38, AM 1910-622, IRAS 19101-6221
IC 4833 19 15 41.4-62 19 45Gx (P)15.014.00.70 × 0.5eeF, eS, R, bMESO 141-40, AM 1911-622, IRAS 19111-6225, double system
IC 4834 19 16 31.1-64 00 23Gx (Sa?)14.513.61.10 × 0.5eF, vS, lE 140°ESO 104-47, IRAS 19117-6405
IC 4835 19 15 27.4-58 14 15Gx (Sc)14.613.70.80 × 0.6eF, eS, cE 0°ESO 141-41
IC 4836 19 16 18.1-60 12 00Gx (SBc)13.312.71.50 × 1.4F, cL, iF, 2 st invESO 141-43, IRAS 19118-6017
IC 4838 19 16 46.3-61 36 50Gx (S/P)14.313.71.30 × 0.5cF, S, eE 45°ESO 141-45, AM 1912-614, IRAS 19122-6142
IC 4841 19 20 42.8-72 13 35Gx (Sc)14.613.91.00 × 0.7eF, S, R, cbMESO 72-14
IC 4842 19 19 24.5-60 38 39Gx (E5)13.412.41.50 × 0.8vF, vS, RESO 141-52
IC 4843 19 19 21.6-59 18 33Gx (SB?)15.014.21.30 × 0.2eF, eS, cE 90°ESO 141-53, IRAS 19149-5924
IC 4845 19 20 22.1-60 23 20Gx (SBb)12.311.61.50 × 1.0cF, bM, * 11 sp 0'.4ESO 141-54, IRAS 19159-6028
IC 4847 19 23 31.7-65 30 23Gx (S0)15.014.00.90 × 0.6vF, eS, R, * 8.9 sf 4'ESO 104-49, FAIR 337, SAO 254547 (7.1) 4.5' s
IC 4848 19 22 54.5-56 46 50Gx (Sc)15.114.20.70 × 0.5eF, eS, RESO 184-61, AM 1918-565, IRAS 19188-5652
IC 4849 19 25 35.8-62 55 58Gx (Sc)14.513.61.10 × 0.5vF, vSESO 104-54, IRAS 19209-6301
IC 4851 19 25 29.4-57 40 15Gx (SBab)13.813.01.60 × 0.6vF, vS, eE 15°, vmbM, suspESO 142-3
IC 4852 19 26 25.7-60 20 10Gx (SBc)13.713.01.50 × 1.3cF, bMESO 142-6, AM 1922-602, IRAS 19220-6026
IC 4853 19 30 47.2-71 04 13Gx (Sc)14.914.01.10 × 0.3eeF, eS, lE 170°ESO 72-16, IRAS 19253-7110
IC 4854 19 27 21.2-59 18 54Gx (Scd)13.813.01.30 × 1.2vF, cS, RIC 4855, ESO 142-7, FAIR 58, AM 1923-592, IRAS 19230-5925
IC 4855 19 27 21.2-59 18 54Scd13.813.01.30 × 1.2eF, vS, R, suspIC 4854, ESO 142-7, FAIR 58, AM 1923-592, IRAS 19230-5925
IC 4857 19 28 39.1-58 46 05Gx (SBc)13.813.01.80 × 1.2vF, cS, RIC 4858, ESO 142-12, AM 1924-585, IRAS 19244-5852
IC 4858 19 28 39.1-58 46 05SBc13.813.01.80 × 1.2eeF, eS, prob spir, suspIC 4857, ESO 142-12, AM 1924-585, IRAS 19244-5852
IC 4859 19 30 46.7-66 18 49Gx (SB?)14.513.71.10 × 0.6eF, S, cbM, alm stell NESO 104-58, IRAS 19258-6625
IC 4860 19 31 27.2-67 22 05Gx (SBc)14.714.01.00 × 0.8eF, S, RESO 105-1, AM 1926-672, IRAS 19263-6728
IC 4861 19 29 16.6-57 34 34Gx (Sc)15.514.81.10 × 0.3vF, eS, cE 25°, suspESO 142-15
IC 4862 19 31 40.1-67 19 22Gx (SBbc)14.513.71.40 × 0.4eF, S, cbM, lE 0°ESO 105-3, AM 1926-672, IRAS 19266-6726
IC 4866 19 34 34.8-61 08 45Gx (Sb)13.913.01.50 × 1.1cF, S, R, bMESO 142-21, IRAS 19301-6115
IC 4869 19 36 02.4-61 01 41Gx (Sm)13.613.01.10 × 1.0F, S, R, bM, F * sp 1'ESO 142-25, AM 1931-610, IRAS 19316-6108
IC 4870 19 37 37.7-65 48 40Gx (IBm/P)13.913.11.60 × 0.9vF, S, F * invESO 105-11, AM 1932-655, IRAS 19327-6555
IC 4871 19 35 42.2-57 31 08Gx (SBcd)13.813.13.50 × 0.4vF, S, eE 15°IC 4872, ESO 142-24, FGCE 1382
IC 4872 19 35 42.2-57 31 08SBcd13.813.13.50 × 0.4vF, S, eE 5° IC 4871, ESO 142-24, FGCE 1382
IC 4878 19 38 49.8-58 13 38Gx (Sc)15.014.21.50 × 0.4eF, eS, mE 40°ESO 142-29, IRAS 19346-5820, SAO 246200 (6.8) 6' f
IC 4884 19 42 41.2-58 07 43Gx (S0)14.613.61.30 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 170°ESO 142-33
IC 4885 19 43 51.8-60 39 05Gx (Sc)14.313.61.90 × 0.4vF, eS, eE 85°, stell NESO 142-36
IC 4887 19 48 21.0-69 35 13Gx (SB?)14.213.41.00 × 0.8cB, S, R, bMESO 73-9
IC 4892 19 49 31.6-70 13 40Gx (Sbc)14.814.01.60 × 0.3eF, S, eE 10°ESO 73-11
IC 4893 19 50 32.9-72 30 36Gx (E2)16.215.20.50 × 0.4eF, vS, R, bMESO 46-4, SAO 257736 (5.4) 5' p
IC 4896 19 49 05.0-58 58 53Gx (Sb)15.414.60.90 × 0.6eeF, eS, R, bet 2 eF stESO 142-45
IC 4899 19 54 26.3-70 35 23Gx (S?)14.613.71.00 × 0.7eeF, eS, vF * sp 1'ESO 73-15
IC 4901 19 54 23.5-58 42 48Gx (Sc)12.211.53.80 × 2.7cF, S, vlE 135°ESO 142-50, AM 1950-585, IRAS 19501-5850
IC 4903 19 58 13.4-70 27 12Gx (Sb)15.114.31.40 × 0.4eF, vS, bet 2 F stESO 73-16
IC 4904 19 58 39.0-70 11 04Gx (Sa?)15.014.11.00 × 0.8vF, S, RESO 73-17
IC 4905 19 56 06.2-61 13 15Gx (Sa?)15.614.71.40 × 0.3eeF, eS, mE 130°, nr 2 eF stESO 142-55
IC 4906 19 56 47.7-60 28 07Gx (E/SB0)13.012.01.60 × 0.9F, S, R, bM, 4 st aroundESO 142-57, FAIR 64, AM 1952-603
IC 4910 19 57 47.2-56 51 48Gx (SB?)15.614.80.50 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 130°, am st, suspESO 185-33
IC 4921 20 03 19.3-67 49 33Gx (S0)15.314.30.70 × 0.4vF, S, R, cbMESO 73-20, IRAS 19583-6758
IC 4929 20 06 42.6-71 40 52Gx (Sb)14.313.51.40 × 0.4F, S, cE 15°ESO 73-22, IRAS 20011-7149
IC 4934 20 07 14.6-69 28 49Gx (Sc)14.914.21.60 × 0.4vF, vS, cE 15°, lbM, suspESO 73-23, FGCE 1430, SAO 254725 (7.4) 4' s
IC 4935 20 04 34.0-57 35 55Gx (SBa)13.812.91.70 × 0.4vF, vS, mE 5°, * 1' sp, suspESO 143-3, AM 2000-574
IC 4936 20 05 52.3-61 25 42Gx (SBd)14.213.61.50 × 0.8eF, vS, eE 20°, 2 F st npESO 143-6, AM 2001-613
IC 4938 20 06 11.6-60 12 40Gx (SBab)13.412.71.30 × 1.1! vF, pS, annul, stell N, vF * sfESO 143-7, FAIR 66, AM 2001-602
IC 4939 20 07 11.1-60 44 18Gx (Sc)15.014.31.30 × 0.6eeF, eS, cE 150°, F * s 2'ESO 143-8
IC 4945 20 11 17.1-71 00 46Gx (Sb)14.713.91.20 × 0.3F, S, E 5°, cbMNGC 6876A, ESO 73-25
IC 4951 20 09 31.7-61 51 01Gx (SBd)13.913.32.70 × 0.5vF, vS, eE 170°, vmbMESO 143-10
IC 4953 20 10 00.0-62 47 31Gx (Sc)15.714.90.60 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 60°, bet 2 eF stESO 105-27
IC 4958 20 15 35.2-72 42 41Gx (Sc)16.015.20.30 × 0.3eF, bMESO 46-7
IC 4960 20 15 24.0-70 32 13Gx (SB0)14.413.41.10 × 0.3eF, eS, bMESO 73-28
IC 4962 20 16 42.1-71 07 48Gx (Sc)16.215.41.10 × 0.2F, S, eE 160°, vmbMESO 73-30
IC 4964 20 17 23.9-73 53 07Gx (Scd)14.513.81.30 × 0.7F, S, cbMESO 46-8, AM 2011-740
IC 4965 20 12 27.3-56 49 34Gx (S0)14.813.71.00 × 1.0bM, magn 15ESO 186-11, AM 2008-565
IC 4967 20 16 23.0-70 33 51Gx (E1)14.813.80.70 × 0.6vF, bMESO 73-29
IC 4968 20 14 50.0-64 47 54Gx (SBa)15.014.20.80 × 0.6vF, S, B * sf 3'ESO 106-1, HD 191716 (7.3) 2.5' f
IC 4970 20 16 57.4-70 44 58Gx (E-S0)14.713.90.70 × 0.2bM, nr 6872ESO 73-33, VV 297, AM 2011-705
IC 4971 20 17 03.0-70 37 13Gx (Sc)16.115.30.80 × 0.3eF, vSESO 73-31
IC 4972 20 17 43.0-70 54 49Gx (Sbc)15.414.61.20 × 0.2eF, vS, eE 15°ESO 73-34
IC 4973 20 14 34.1-58 22 18Gx (Sc)15.815.00.70 × 0.5eeF, vS, RESO 143-15
IC 4974 120 15 26.2-61 51 26Gx (S/P)15.214.40.50 × 0.5eF, eS, R, bM, * sp 1'ESO 143-16, FAIR 68
IC 4974 220 15 27.2-61 51 46Gx (S/P)15.514.70.50 × 0.4eF, eS, R, bM, * sp 1'ESO 143-16, FAIR 69
IC 4976 20 15 41.3-61 52 30Gx (Sa)15.614.70.90 × 0.4eF, eS, R, bM, * 3' npESO 143-17, FAIR 70
IC 4980 20 15 28.9-57 54 45Gx (SB0-a)14.013.11.50 × 0.7vF, S, lE 130°, * 2' sESO 143-18, AM 2011-580, IRAS 20114-5803
IC 4981 20 19 39.1-70 50 54Gx (I/P)14.113.11.00 × 0.3eF, eS, * nrESO 73-38, AM 2013-710
IC 4982 20 20 21.0-71 00 25Gx (P)15.214.40.70 × 0.3vF, bMESO 73-39
IC 4985 20 20 44.1-70 59 12Gx (S0)14.913.90.80 × 0.6vF, bMESO 73-40
IC 4988 20 21 46.0-69 23 27NFHazy patch, st ?, susp
IC 4989 20 19 23.7-58 33 06Gx (Sbc)15.314.51.10 × 0.3cS, mE 175°, spir, F * MESO 143-19
IC 4990 20 21 25.4-66 53 26Gx (SBc)15.715.00.80 × 0.4eF, eS, cE 15°, bM, suspESO 106-3, AM 2016-670
IC 4992 20 23 27.0-71 33 55Gx (SBc)14.513.82.30 × 0.2vF, S, eE 65°, * 9 nf 2'ESO 73-42, FGCE 1459, IRAS 20180-7143
IC 4993 20 21 56.3-66 59 07Gx (Sm)15.715.10.50 × 0.5eF, vS, R, bM, suspESO 106-4
IC 5008 20 32 44.7-72 41 40Gx (SBd)15.514.91.10 × 0.4eF, vS, lE 90°, lbMESO 47-1
IC 5009 20 32 34.4-72 10 03Gx (SB0-a)14.413.51.20 × 0.6vF, vS, bMESO 74-1
IC 5010 20 30 26.5-66 05 51Gx (Sb)15.915.10.70 × 0.3vF, vS, cE 20°, mbMESO 106-6
IC 5012 20 29 32.0-56 44 36Gx (SBc)15.314.61.10 × 0.5pS, E 225°, lbMESO 186-53
IC 5014 20 35 15.6-73 27 09Gx (S0)14.613.60.50 × 0.5F, S, bM, bet 2 F stESO 47-2, AM 2029-733, IRAS 20296-7337
IC 5016 20 35 37.3-72 54 41Gx (SB?)15.815.00.60 × 0.6eeF, eS, * 11 sp 1'ESO 47-3
IC 5023 20 38 10.0-67 11 04Gx (Sa)14.213.31.40 × 0.5F, S, cE 130°ESO 106-8, IRAS 20335-6721
IC 5024 20 40 09.5-71 06 30Gx (SBc)15.014.30.90 × 0.8eF, S, mE 15°ESO 74-3
IC 5028 20 43 22.2-65 38 49Gx (IB)15.214.61.20 × 1.0vF, dif, * 10 s 2', suspESO 106-10, AM 2038-654
IC 5031 20 45 20.2-67 32 21Gx (S)13.712.90.70 × 0.4eF, eS, R, suspESO 74-8A, AM 2040-674
IC 5032 20 45 22.1-67 33 05Gx (S)13.412.90.70 × 0.4eF, eS, R, suspESO 74-8, AM 2040-674, IRAS 20407-6743, p w I5031
IC 5038 20 46 51.3-65 01 00Gx (Sc)13.412.61.40 × 0.7vF, vS, R, alm stellESO 106-12, AM 2042-651, IRAS 20424-6512
IC 5042 20 47 46.1-65 05 01Gx (Sc)13.212.51.20 × 0.8vF, vS, R, alm stellESO 106-13, IRAS 20434-6515
IC 5044 20 50 41.4-71 53 56Gx (E3)15.514.50.60 × 0.4eF, eS, RESO 74-10, AM 2045-720
IC 5045 20 50 50.2-71 54 35Gx (Sb)15.314.50.70 × 0.4eF, eS, RESO 74-11, AM 2045-720
IC 5048 20 51 40.6-71 48 02Gx (SBbc)15.815.00.60 × 0.5eF, vSESO 74-12
IC 5051 20 52 22.9-71 47 20Gx (Sc)15.614.90.60 × 0.4eF, vSESO 74-14, IRAS 20473-7158
IC 5052 20 52 07.1-69 12 19Gx (SBcd)11.210.55.90 × 0.9F, L, eE 140°, 4' lESO 74-15, AM 2047-692, IRAS 20473-6923
IC 5053 20 53 36.0-71 08 30Gx (Sa)13.712.71.60 × 0.6cF, vS, bM, * 11 n 2'ESO 74-18, AM 2048-711, IRAS 20485-7119
IC 5054 20 53 45.2-71 01 29Gx (SBa)13.913.12.00 × 0.4cF, vS, bet 2 F stESO 74-19, AM 2048-711, IRAS 20489-7112
IC 5055 20 52 57.6-68 26 41Gx (Sc)15.114.30.70 × 0.4vF, bM, suspESO 74-17
IC 5060 20 54 46.2-71 38 14Gx (Sc)15.514.81.00 × 0.2eF, eS, bet 2 F stESO 74-21
IC 5066 20 57 03.1-73 08 51Gx (Sa?)15.114.30.70 × 0.7vF, vS, bMESO 47-18, IRAS 20519-7320
IC 5069 21 00 10.3-71 48 38Gx (Sb)14.413.60.90 × 0.9eF, S, RESO 74-22, IRAS 20551-7200
IC 5071 21 01 19.9-72 38 35Gx (SBc)13.212.53.40 × 0.8cB, S, eE 20°, stell NESO 47-19, AM 2056-725, IRAS 20562-7250
IC 5072 21 01 56.5-72 59 17Gx (S)15.614.80.80 × 0.4eF, eS, RESO 47-20
IC 5073 21 03 19.7-72 41 16Gx (SBc)14.714.01.20 × 1.0eF, S, RESO 47-21, FAIR 579, AM 2059-730
IC 5074 21 01 00.6-63 09 12Gx (Sc)14.914.00.80 × 0.6R, planet., magn 14ESO 107-1, IRAS 20569-6320
IC 5075 21 04 37.5-71 52 05Gx (Sb)14.513.71.10 × 0.4vF, S, cbMESO 74-23, IRAS 20595-7204
IC 5077 21 08 54.0-73 38 26Gx (Sc)15.714.90.60 × 0.6eF, eS, * 10 np 2'ESO 47-23
IC 5084 21 09 14.4-63 17 23Gx (SBb)12.812.01.60 × 1.0F, pS, eE 155°, cbMESO 107-7, AM 2105-632, IRAS 21051-6329
IC 5085 21 13 27.6-74 06 11Gx (Sa?)15.314.50.60 × 0.6vF, vS, RESO 47-25
IC 5087 21 14 21.8-73 46 25Gx (SBb)15.014.20.70 × 0.4vF, vS, * 11 np 3'ESO 47-26, IRAS 21092-7358
IC 5091 21 17 37.1-70 39 10Gx (Sc)15.915.20.50 × 0.4eF, vS, RESO 74-27, AM 2112-705
IC 5092 21 16 14.2-64 27 54Gx (SBc)12.712.02.90 × 2.3pL, E, mbMESO 107-17, IRAS 21121-6440
IC 5093 21 18 46.4-70 37 20Gx (S)16.015.20.70 × 0.3eeF, vS, R, suspESO 75-1
IC 5094 21 17 49.4-66 25 40Gx (SBc)14.513.81.00 × 0.6vF, vS, R, * np 0'.5ESO 107-18
IC 5095 21 17 22.0-59 56 51Gx (Sc)15.414.70.90 × 0.4pL, EESO 145-2
IC 5096 21 18 21.5-63 45 39Gx (Sbc)13.112.33.20 × 0.5F, pL, eE 145°, stell NESO 107-19, FGCE 1588, IRAS 21143-6358
IC 5099 21 21 49.1-70 58 58Gx (S)15.414.60.70 × 0.4vF, S, lE 10°ESO 75-3, IRAS 21172-7111
IC 5100 21 21 43.4-65 55 59Gx (SBc)14.613.91.90 × 0.4F, S, cE 110°ESO 107-24, IRAS 21175-6608
IC 5101 21 21 55.9-65 50 09Gx (SBbc)13.913.31.30 × 0.9cF, S, * in nebESO 107-25, IRAS 21177-6602
IC 5102 21 26 13.4-73 18 36Gx (S0)14.813.80.90 × 0.7eF, eS, bMESO 47-30
IC 5103 21 29 13.4-74 04 10Gx (SBc)14.814.10.80 × 0.5eF, vS, RESO 47-31
IC 5106 21 28 37.9-70 50 05Gx (E/SB0)13.912.91.40 × 0.9F, S, R, bMESO 75-9
IC 5107 21 28 14.8-65 44 07Gx (Sc)15.214.41.00 × 0.4eF, vS, cE 10°ESO 107-29

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