Constellation Pisces (Fishes)

Pisces
Pisces: IAU Constellation Map [150]

Properties

The constellation consists mainly of weaker stars averaging 4th size and depicts two fish that are knotted on their tails. The node itself is marked by the star alpha Piscium. Pisces is located south and southeast of Pegasus and south of Andromeda. The most striking feature of this inconspicuous constellation is an ellipse of seven faint stars south of the Pegasus rectangle. Pisces covers an area of 889 square degrees and the center culminates around midnight on September 27th. [9, 15]

Stars with Proper Names:

  • α Piscium: Alrisha, Alrischa, Alrescha, El Rischa, Al Richa, Rescha, Okda, Kaitain
  • β Piscium: Fum Al Samakah
  • ο Piscium: Torcularis Septentrionalis
Data for constellation Pisces [150]
IAU NamePisces
IAU GenitivePiscium
IAU Abbr.Psc
English NameFishes
Season (47° N)July … January
Right Ascension22h 51m 18s … 2h 06m 40s
Declination-6° 18' 27" … 33° 40' 55"
Area889 deg2
Neighbours (N↻)And, Peg, Aqr, Cet, Ari, Tri

Deep-Sky Object Descriptions

Mythology and History

In ancient Greek mythology, these fish represent Aphrodite and her son Eos. Both were swimming when a monster, Typhen, suddenly appeared and scared them. To escape the monsters, the two turned into fish, held together by a ribbon so that they would not be separated. In order to preserve the memory of this moment, the two were placed on the vault of heaven. [83]

Another version of this story tells how giants, gigantic sons of the earth once wanted to storm the sky. Typhon in particular, a giant with a hundred arms, terrified the people of heaven. All fled and the heavenly ones tried to hide themselves by taking on earthly forms. Zeus turned into a bell-bell, Apollo into a raven, Dionysus into a goat, Artemis into a cat and Hera into a white cow. In this confusion, two fish that romped about in the Euphrates proved to be particularly helpful to the gods:

When Zeus was defending the sky with arms, Aphrodite came to the Euphrates, only accompanied by her little son Cupid, fleeing from the grim Typhon and settled on the bank of the Palestinian river. Above, reeds and poplars lined its banks, and the willows gave hope for a heavenly shelter. When they were in hiding, the wind sang in the forest. Aphrodite turned pale with shock and believed that the enemy's rulers were there. She pressed her boy's chest and called the nymphs for protection. Without hesitation, she then jumped into the water. Two fish offered their backs, for which they now have the stars as a worthy gift. [7, 20]

In the Alfonsin Tables (1215) this constellation is known as Pesces. In the edition of the Ptolemaic Almagest from 1515 one reads Echiguen, or in the German astronomer Bayer (1572-1625) Ichiguen. Both names are mutilated words for the Greek expression Ichthues (fish). The Romans often referred to the fish as Imbrifer Duo Pisces, the two rain-bringing fish, but also Gemini Pisces and Piscis Gemellus, i.e. as a pair of fish. The story of the two gods who threw themselves into the Euphrates for fear of the giant Typhon is reflected in the names Venus et Cupido, Venus Syria cum Cupidine and Venus cum Adone.

In the Christian realm of thought, the fish are a reminder of the miracle of Christ on the occasion of the feeding of thousands of people. The fish were also an ancient symbol of the Christian faith. [20]

The Star of Bethlehem

Around the beginning of the 6th century AD, the Scythian monk Dionysius Exiguus, who lived in Rome, tried to bring some order to the confused annual counting of the various peoples of Europe and the Middle East. He therefore decided to use the year of the birth of Christ as the beginning of a consecutive year count. Using Easter tables that had been in circulation since the 3rd century and that contained the dates of future Easter celebrations, he calculated the years back and came up with a date that, however, after today's implementation of this calculation turned out to be around six years too late. [135]

In the year 6 BC BC (or -7 according to astronomical counting) there was a rare triple conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn in the constellation of Pisces. The first of these three conjunctions took place on May 29, 6 BC. Chr. With 1 ° angular distance, the second on October 1st also with 1 ° and the third on December 5th with 1.1 ° (Julian calendar). [129] Conjunctions between Jupiter and Saturn occur around every 20 years, but very few are three times with such a small angular distance.

These two facts almost certainly suggest that that Jupiter-Saturn conjunction went down in history and Christian belief as the star of Bethlehem. The association with a comet, as the Florentier master Giotto di Bondone portrayed it in a fresco in 1304, seems rather improbable, since comets were previously viewed by many cultures as a bad omen or even a messenger of doom. [27] A supernova is also out of the question due to missing remains from that time in the constellation of Pisces.

Catalogs

Yale Bright Star Catalogue, 5th Revised Ed. (Hoffleit+, 1991) [154]
HR B F RA [hms] Dec [dms] vMag spType dMag Sep ["]
200 05 03.8-00 30 116.29 gG9
33300 05 20.1-05 42 274.61 K0IIIbCN-0.5 2.50.0
1100 07 44.1-02 32 566.43 B8IIIpSi
1400 08 12.1-02 26 526.07 K2III+F 2.00.0
263400 10 02.3+11 08 445.51 B9Vn e4.47.7
503500 14 58.8+08 49 155.79 F0IV 0.00.0
593600 16 34.1+08 14 246.11 G8II-III
804100 20 35.9+08 11 255.37 gK3
864200 22 25.5+13 28 576.23 K3III 4.628.9
974400 25 24.2+01 56 235.77 G5III
1034700 28 02.9+17 53 355.06 M3III v
1064800 28 12.7+16 26 426.06 K5III
1315200 32 35.5+20 17 405.38 K0III 6.849.6
1325100 32 23.8+06 57 205.67 B9.5V 0.70.0
1555300 36 47.3+15 13 545.89 B2.5IV v
1665400 39 21.8+21 15 025.87 K0+V 4.9122.0
1675500 39 55.6+21 26 185.36 K0III+F3V 3.26.6
2115700 46 33.0+15 28 325.38 M4IIIa
2135800 47 01.5+11 58 265.50 G8II
2145900 47 13.6+19 34 446.13 F0Vn
2166000 47 23.6+06 44 275.99 G8III
2176100 47 54.8+20 55 316.54 F8V
2216200 48 17.4+07 18 005.93 G8III
224δ6300 48 41.0+07 35 064.43 K4IIIb 8.6113.3
2256400 48 58.7+16 56 265.07 F8V 7.476.7
2306500 49 52.8+27 42 397.00 F4III 0.04.5
2316500 49 53.2+27 42 377.10 F5III 0.04.5
2546600 54 35.2+19 11 185.74 R A1VN 0.80.5
2626700 55 58.5+27 12 346.09 A5IV
2746800 57 50.2+28 59 325.42 gG6
291σ6901 02 49.1+31 48 165.50 B9.5V
294ε7101 02 56.6+07 53 244.28 K0III 0.00.2
3077301 04 52.6+05 39 236.00 gK5
3087201 05 05.4+14 56 465.68 F4II-III 7.455.2
310ψ17401 05 40.9+21 28 245.34 A1Vn 0.329.9
311ψ17401 05 41.7+21 27 555.56 A0Vn 0.329.9
3137701 05 49.2+04 54 306.35 F3V 1.033.0
3147701 05 51.4+04 54 347.25 F6V 1.033.0
3197501 06 33.6+12 57 226.12 G8III
3277801 08 01.3+32 00 446.25 F5IV
328ψ27901 07 57.2+20 44 215.55 A3V
3308001 08 22.2+05 38 595.52 F0III-IV 3.8159.3
339ψ38101 09 49.2+19 39 315.55 G0III
3498201 11 06.8+31 25 295.16 F0V
351χ8401 11 27.2+21 02 054.66 G8.5III-IIIa
352τ8301 11 39.6+30 05 234.51 K0.5IIIb
360φ8501 13 44.9+24 35 014.65 K0III 5.27.9
361ζ8601 13 43.9+07 34 315.24 A7IV 0.10.1
362ζ8601 13 45.3+07 34 426.30 F7V 0.10.1
3648701 14 07.6+16 08 015.98 B8III
3678801 14 42.4+06 59 436.03 gG6
3788901 17 48.0+03 36 525.16 A3V
383υ9001 19 28.0+27 15 514.76 A3V
3899101 21 07.4+28 44 175.23 gK5
413ρ9301 26 15.3+19 10 205.38 F2V: v
4149401 26 41.7+19 14 255.50 K1III
4329701 29 52.9+18 21 206.02 A4IV
434μ9801 30 11.1+06 08 384.84 K4III 5.6182.5
437η9901 31 29.0+15 20 453.62 G7IIIa 3.60.8
45510101 35 46.4+14 39 416.22 B9.5III
463π10201 37 05.9+12 08 305.57 F0V
47510501 39 40.8+16 24 215.97 K2III
489ν10601 41 25.9+05 29 154.44 K3IIIbBa0.1
49310701 42 29.8+20 16 075.24 K1V 6.419.0
50810901 44 55.8+20 04 596.27 G3Va
510ο11001 45 23.6+09 09 284.26 G8III
549ξ11101 53 33.3+03 11 154.62 K0III
58211202 00 09.2+03 05 505.88 G2IV
595α11302 02 02.8+02 45 495.23 H A3m 1.02.0
596α11302 02 02.8+02 45 494.33 H A0pSiSr 1.04.0
8715122 54 59.5+01 03 536.11 A7III
8742222 59 27.4+00 57 465.43 gK1 7.73.9
8750323 00 37.9+00 11 096.21 G4III
8773β423 03 52.6+03 49 124.53 B6Ve v
8807523 08 40.9+02 07 405.40 G8III-IV
8852γ623 17 09.9+03 16 563.69 G9-III:Fe-2
8878723 20 20.6+05 22 535.05 K2III
8911κ823 26 56.0+01 15 204.94 A0pCrSi:Sr: v7.0163.4
8912923 27 14.8+01 07 216.25 G7III
8916θ1023 27 58.1+06 22 444.28 K1III
89341323 31 57.6-01 05 096.38 K1III
89441423 34 09.0-01 14 515.87 A2m
89541623 36 23.3+02 06 085.68 F6Vb vw 0.10.0
8969ι1723 39 57.0+05 37 354.13 F7V 8.769.9
8984λ1823 42 02.8+01 46 484.50 A7V
90041923 46 23.5+03 29 125.04 C5II
90122023 47 56.5-02 45 425.49 G8III 4.4172.7
90222123 49 27.5+01 04 345.77 A5Vm
90332223 51 57.9+02 55 495.55 K4IIIaBa0.3
90412423 52 55.6-03 09 205.93 G9III 0.00.1
90422523 53 04.8+02 05 266.28 A1V
90482623 55 07.8+07 04 166.21 B9V
90672723 58 40.4-03 33 224.86 G9III 5.31.1
9072ω2823 59 18.7+06 51 484.01 F4IV 2.21.0
90872900 01 49.4-03 01 395.10 B7III-IV
90893000 01 57.6-06 00 514.41 M3III e
90923100 02 24.2+08 57 256.32 A6V
90933200 02 29.7+08 29 085.63 F0V

«Revised New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue», Dr. Wolfgang Steinicke, 2021 [277]
NameRADecTypeBmagVmagDimDreyer DescriptionIdentification
NGC 3 00 07 16.8+08 18 05Gx (S0)14.213.31.10 × 0.6F, vS, R, alm stellUGC 58, MCG 1-1-37, CGCG 408-35, ARAK 1, IRAS 00047+0801
NGC 4 00 07 24.5+08 22 26Gx (S0)16.915.80.60 × 0.3eF
NGC 12 00 08 44.8+04 36 44Gx (SBc)13.813.11.10 × 1.0eF, pL, vglbMUGC 74, MCG 1-1-40, CGCG 408-38
NGC 33 00 10 56.6+03 40 35*2eF, vS, or neb st
NGC 36 00 11 22.4+06 23 20Gx (SBb)14.113.32.20 × 1.1vF, pS, iFUGC 106, MCG 1-1-43, CGCG 408-40, IRAS 00088+0606
NGC 38 00 11 47.0-05 35 11Gx (Sa)14.213.31.40 × 1.3F, S, R, mbMMCG -1-1-47
NGC 46 00 14 10.0+05 59 14*11.7Nebula (Auw. 2)
NGC 56 00 15 20.6+12 26 40NFeF, eL, diff
NGC 57 00 15 30.9+17 19 45Gx (E1)12.711.62.20 × 1.9F, S, R, sbMUGC 145, MCG 3-1-31, CGCG 456-46
NGC 60 00 15 58.2-00 18 13Gx (Sc)14.814.11.30 × 1.2eF, vS, R, lbMUGC 150, MCG 0-1-48, CGCG 382-37
NGC 63 00 17 45.5+11 27 00Gx (S/P)12.611.71.70 × 1.2pF, S, R, sbMUGC 167, MCG 2-1-30, CGCG 433-42, IRAS 00151+1110
NGC 75 00 19 26.3+06 26 59Gx (S0)14.213.21.10 × 1.1vF, vS, RUGC 182, MCG 1-1-51, CGCG 408-48, NPM1G +06.0009
NGC 78 A00 20 25.8+00 49 35Gx (SB0-a)13.712.81.10 × 0.7vF, S, RUGC 193, MCG 0-2-4, IRAS 00178+0032, KCPG 6B, MK 547, CGCG 383-1
NGC 78 B00 20 27.5+00 50 00Gx (S0)14.413.51.00 × 0.7vF, S, RUGC 194, MCG 0-2-5, KCPG 6A, KUG 0017+005, MK 547, CGCG 383-1
NGC 95 00 22 13.6+10 29 31Gx (SBc/P)13.212.51.50 × 1.1F, pL, R, gbMUGC 214, MCG 2-2-3, CGCG 434-3, IRAS 00196+1012
NGC 99 00 23 59.6+15 46 12Gx (Sc/P)14.013.71.00 × 0.9vF, pL, R, gbMUGC 230, MCG 2-2-6, CGCG 434-6, CGCG 457-11, IRAS 00214+1529
NGC 100 00 24 02.6+16 29 11Gx (Sc)13.913.34.20 × 0.5vF, pS, mEUGC 231, MCG 3-2-9, CGCG 457-12, FGC 42
NGC 105 00 25 16.9+12 53 01Gx (Sab)13.913.21.10 × 0.7vF, S, R, vlbMUGC 241, MCG 2-2-8, CGCG 434-9, IRAS 00226+1236
NGC 106 00 24 43.7-05 08 56Gx (Scd)14.413.70.90 × 0.7pF, vS, R, lbM
NGC 125 00 28 50.3+02 50 19Gx (S0-a)13.112.11.80 × 1.6vF, S, bM, D * spUGC 286, MCG 0-2-48, CGCG 383-27
NGC 126 00 29 08.1+02 48 40Gx (SB0)15.214.20.80 × 0.4vF, S, lEMCG 0-2-49, CGCG 383-28
NGC 127 00 29 12.3+02 52 24Gx (S0)15.814.80.80 × 0.5vF, vS, R, p h 25MCG 0-2-50, CGCG 383-29, NPM1G +02.0013, IRAS 00266+0235
NGC 128 00 29 14.9+02 51 54Gx (S0/P)12.811.82.50 × 0.7pB, pS, lE 2°, bMUGC 292, MCG 0-2-51, CGCG 383-29
NGC 130 00 29 18.6+02 52 16Gx (E-S0)15.414.40.70 × 0.4vF, vS, R, f h 25MCG 0-2-52, CGCG 383-29
NGC 137 00 30 58.1+10 12 31Gx (S0)13.712.81.20 × 1.2F, iF, lbMUGC 309, MCG 2-2-17, CGCG 434-19, KARA 25
NGC 138 00 30 59.2+05 09 35Gx (Sa)14.613.71.30 × 0.6F, eS, sbMUGC 308, MCG 1-2-16, CGCG 409-23
NGC 139 00 31 06.5+05 04 42Gx (SBab)15.214.40.80 × 0.5eF, SCGCG 409-22
NGC 141 00 31 17.6+05 10 46Gx (S/P)15.414.50.80 × 0.6vF, vS, iRCGCG 409-27
NGC 164 00 36 32.9+02 45 00Gx (S)16.615.80.40 × 0.4eFMCG 0-2-89
NGC 180 00 37 57.7+08 38 05Gx (SBbc)13.712.91.90 × 1.3vF, pL, iR, * np invUGC 380, MCG 1-2-39, CGCG 409-50, IRAS 00353+0821
NGC 182 00 38 12.4+02 43 43Gx (SBa)13.312.41.90 × 1.6vF, S, iR, vgbMUGC 382, MCG 0-2-95, CGCG 383-45
NGC 186 00 38 25.2+03 09 58Gx (SB0-a)14.313.41.40 × 0.8F, S, R, lbMUGC 390, MCG 0-2-98, CGCG 383-47
NGC 190 00 38 54.7+07 03 44Gx (Sab)14.814.00.90 × 0.8vF, S, lE, sev st nr spUGC 397, MCG 1-2-41, CGCG 409-51, DRCG 2-62, 3ZW 10, HCG 5A
NGC 190 A00 38 54.6+07 03 23Gx (E0)15.814.80.60 × 0.6vF, S, lE, sev st nr spMCG 1-2-42, CGCG 409-51, 3ZW 10, HCG 5B, IRAS 00241+3125
NGC 193 00 39 18.5+03 19 52Gx (E/SB0)13.312.31.40 × 1.2F, L, p of 2, * 15 close spUGC 408, MCG 0-2-103, CGCG 383-55
NGC 194 00 39 18.3+03 02 15Gx (E1)13.212.21.60 × 1.4pB, S, R, vgbMUGC 407, MCG 0-2-105, CGCG 383-54
NGC 198 00 39 22.9+02 47 54Gx (Sc)13.913.21.20 × 1.2F, S, vgbMUGC 414, MCG 0-2-109, CGCG 383-57, IRAS 00367+0231
NGC 199 00 39 33.1+03 08 17Gx (S0)14.613.61.20 × 0.7F, vS, * 8 p 27s, 45" sUGC 415, MCG 0-2-111, CGCG 383-58
NGC 200 00 39 34.7+02 53 13Gx (SBbc)13.512.61.70 × 1.0pB, S, vgbMUGC 420, MCG 0-2-112, CGCG 383-60, IRAS 00370+0236
NGC 202 00 39 39.7+03 32 08Gx (S0-a)15.214.30.90 × 0.3eF, vS, ibMUGC 421, MCG 0-2-113, CGCG 383-62
NGC 203 00 39 39.5+03 26 33Gx (S0)15.014.00.90 × 0.3F, R, * 9 sp 8'NGC 211, MCG 0-2-114, CGCG 383-61
NGC 204 00 39 44.2+03 18 00Gx (S0)13.812.91.20 × 1.1F, pS, R, vgbM, f of 2UGC 423, MCG 0-2-116, CGCG 383-63
NGC 208 00 40 17.4+02 45 21Gx (Sa)15.214.30.70 × 0.7pFMCG 0-2-118, CGCG 383-64
NGC 211 00 39 39.5+03 26 33S015.014.00.90 × 0.3eF, S, mbMNNGC 203, MCG 0-2-114, CGCG 383-61
NGC 213 00 41 09.9+16 28 11Gx (SBa)14.413.51.50 × 1.2F, S, bet 2 S stUGC 436, MCG 3-2-23, CGCG 457-26
NGC 234 00 43 32.3+14 20 33Gx (SBc)13.312.61.50 × 1.2F, pS, i lE, bMUGC 463, MCG 2-2-28, CGCG 434-32, CGCG 435-1, IRAS 00409+1404
NGC 236 00 43 27.4+02 57 29Gx (Sc)14.213.51.20 × 1.0vF, pLUGC 462, MCG 0-3-1, CGCG 383-80, IRAS 00409+0241
NGC 240 00 45 01.9+06 06 46Gx (S0-a)14.613.71.20 × 1.2vF, S, R, * nr sUGC 473, MCG 1-3-1, CGCG 410-3
NGC 250 00 47 16.0+07 54 36Gx (S0-a)14.713.81.10 × 0.6eF, vS, R, am 3 stUGC 487, MCG 1-3-2, CGCG 410-5, IRAS 00446+0738
NGC 251 00 47 53.9+19 35 49Gx (Sc)13.913.22.40 × 1.9vF, S, R, lbM, * inv, 2 vS st fUGC 490, MCG 3-3-3, CGCG 458-5, KCPG 15B
NGC 257 00 48 01.6+08 17 48Gx (Sc)13.312.61.90 × 1.3pL, lE, gbM, rUGC 493, MCG 1-3-3, CGCG 410-6, IRAS 00454+0801
NGC 266 00 49 47.8+32 16 39Gx (SBab)12.511.63.00 × 2.9pB, pS, lE, psbM, r, * 8 sf 4'UGC 508, MCG 5-3-9, CGCG 501-22, IRAS 00471+3200
NGC 282 00 52 42.0+30 38 20Gx (E1)14.713.71.00 × 0.9F, S, R, lbMMCG 5-3-15, CGCG 501-30
NGC 287 00 53 28.3+32 28 57Gx (S0-a)14.914.00.80 × 0.4eF, S, R (? RA 46m 52s)CGCG 501-33
NGC 295 00 59 32.3+31 47 53Gx (Sbc)15.014.20.60 × 0.5F, S, R, * 10" n, II 214 nfCGCG 501-56
NGC 296 00 55 07.4+31 32 32Gx (SBb)13.412.62.20 × 1.0F, lE, * 10 nf 2'UGC 562, MCG 5-3-24, CGCG 501-42, IRAS 00523+3116
NGC 305 00 56 21.0+12 03 48*GrpCl, S, sc st
NGC 311 00 57 32.8+30 16 49Gx (S0)14.013.01.50 × 0.8pF, vS, R, gbMUGC 592, MCG 5-3-28, CGCG 501-49
NGC 313 00 57 45.7+30 22 00*2vF, eS, 1' np II 210
NGC 315 00 57 49.0+30 21 07Gx (E2)12.211.23.00 × 2.5pB, pL, R, gbM, * 9 nf 3'UGC 597, MCG 5-3-31, CGCG 501-52
NGC 316 00 57 52.4+30 21 16*14.5vF, eS, stellar, 1' f II 210
NGC 318 00 58 05.2+30 25 34Gx (S0)15.414.40.50 × 0.3vF, vS, R, bMCGCG 501-54, NPM1G +30.0032
NGC 326 00 58 22.6+26 51 57Gx (E0)14.313.21.40 × 1.4F, lE, * 9·10 sfUGC 601, MCG 4-3-25, CGCG 480-26, 4ZW 35
NGC 332 00 58 49.0+07 06 40Gx (C)14.914.01.00 × 0.5vF, S, R, sev st nr sUGC 609, CGCG 410-21
NGC 338 01 00 36.5+30 40 09Gx (Sab)13.712.81.80 × 0.6vF, vS, iF, bMUGC 624, MCG 5-3-34, CGCG 501-61, IRAS 00578+3024
NGC 354 01 03 16.3+22 20 34Gx (SB?)14.313.50.80 × 0.4vF, vS, R, vS * inv, * 14 close pUGC 645, MCG 4-3-37, MK 353, CGCG 480-37, IRAS 01005+2204
NGC 370 01 06 44.6+32 25 45*3vF, * 13 s 15", difNGC 372
NGC 372 01 06 44.6+32 25 45*3Stellar, mbM, rNGC 370
NGC 373 01 06 58.3+32 18 32Gx (E0)15.914.90.40 × 0.4vF, vS
NGC 374 01 07 05.8+32 47 41Gx (S0-a)14.413.51.10 × 0.5F, S, bet 2 st 15UGC 680, MCG 5-3-48, CGCG 501-80
NGC 375 01 07 05.8+32 20 55Gx (E2)15.514.50.50 × 0.5vF, vSArp 331, NPM1G +32.0044
NGC 379 01 07 15.7+32 31 13Gx (S0)13.912.81.40 × 0.7pF, S, R, bMUGC 683, MCG 5-3-50, CGCG 501-82, IRAS 01045+3215, 4ZW 38, VV 193, Arp 331, Z 0104.5+3215
NGC 380 01 07 17.6+32 28 58Gx (E2)13.612.51.30 × 1.3pF, S, R, sbMUGC 682, MCG 5-3-51, CGCG 501-81, Arp 331, VV 193, 4ZW 38, Z 0104.5+3213
NGC 382 01 07 23.9+32 24 12Gx (E0)14.213.20.70 × 0.7vF, S, R, sp of D nebUGC 688, MCG 5-3-52, CGCG 501-86, Arp 331, VV 193, 4ZW 38, KCPG 23A
NGC 383 01 07 24.9+32 24 44Gx (E-S0)13.212.22.00 × 1.7pF, pL, R, gbM, nf of D nebUGC 689, MCG 5-3-53, CGCG 501-87, Arp 331, VV 193, 3C 31, 4ZW 38, KCPG 23B, Z 0104.7+3209
NGC 384 01 07 25.0+32 17 34Gx (E3)14.113.11.10 × 0.8pF, pS, sp of 2UGC 686, MCG 5-3-55, CGCG 501-84, Arp 331, VV 193, ARAK 26, 4ZW 38, Z 0104.7+3201
NGC 385 01 07 27.2+32 19 10Gx (E-S0)13.913.01.10 × 1.0pF, pS, R, nf of 2UGC 687, MCG 5-3-56, CGCG 501-85, Arp 331, VV 193, 4ZW 38, Z 0104.7+3203
NGC 386 01 07 31.2+32 21 45Gx (E3)15.314.30.40 × 0.3cF, S, RMCG 5-3-57, CGCG 501-88, ARAK 27, 4ZW 38, Z 0104.8+3205, VV 193, Arp 331, NPM1G +32.0045
NGC 387 01 07 33.0+32 23 27Gx (E0)16.515.50.40 × 0.4vF, S, R
NGC 388 01 07 47.1+32 18 38Gx (E1)15.414.30.60 × 0.3vF, S, RMCG 5-3-59, CGCG 501-90, ARAK 28, 4ZW 38, Z 0105.0+3202, VV 193, Arp 331, NPM1G +32.0047
NGC 390 01 07 53.7+32 26 01*vF, vS, stellar
NGC 392 01 08 23.3+33 08 00Gx (E-S0)13.712.71.20 × 0.9F, vS, R, mbM, bet 2 stUGC 700, MCG 5-3-62, CGCG 501-94
NGC 394 01 08 26.1+33 08 52Gx (S0)14.813.80.60 × 0.3F, S, 50" nf II 218MCG 5-3-63, CGCG 501-95, ARAK 30
NGC 396 01 08 08.5+04 31 51Gx (S)16.515.70.40 × 0.3eF, S, lE* or c gxy 10" n
NGC 397 01 08 31.0+33 06 35Gx (E?)15.814.80.70 × 0.5eF, S, R, vF * pMCG 5-3-64, CGCG 501-96, NPM1G +32.0048
NGC 398 01 08 53.6+32 30 54Gx (S0)15.514.50.80 × 0.5vF, vS, stellarMCG 5-3-65, CGCG 501-100, ARAK 31, NPM1G +32.0049
NGC 399 01 08 59.1+32 38 01Gx (SBa)14.413.50.90 × 0.7vF, S, RUGC 712, MCG 5-3-67, CGCG 501-101
NGC 400 01 09 02.5+32 43 59*eF, vS, GC 217 f
NGC 401 01 09 07.7+32 45 36*eF, stellar, 217 f
NGC 402 01 09 13.4+32 48 21*eF, vS, R, 217 s 3'
NGC 403 01 09 14.2+32 45 06Gx (S0-a)13.412.51.80 × 0.6vF, pS, cE, * 11 s 85"UGC 715, MCG 5-3-68, CGCG 501-104
NGC 407 01 10 36.5+33 07 31Gx (S0-a)14.313.41.80 × 0.4vF, vS, sp of 2UGC 730, MCG 5-3-77, CGCG 501-115
NGC 408 01 10 51.0+33 09 08*14.3vF, vS, II 220 f 8s
NGC 410 01 10 58.8+33 09 09Gx (cD)12.511.52.40 × 1.3pB, pL, nf of 2UGC 735, MCG 5-3-80, CGCG 501-118
NGC 414 01 11 17.6+33 06 49Gx (S0)14.813.80.70 × 0.4vF, S, iR, mbM, II 220 npUGC 744, CGCG 501-123, 4ZW 39, KCPG 25A
NGC 420 01 12 14.4+32 07 25NFeF, vS (only seen by H)
NGC 421 01 12 09.6+32 07 23Gx (S0)13.112.12.00 × 1.8F, pS, R, bMUGC 752, MCG 5-3-83, CGCG 501-127, CGCG 502-3
NGC 437 01 14 22.3+05 55 35Gx (S0-a)13.712.81.30 × 1.0pF, vS, R, F * npUGC 788, MCG 1-4-5, CGCG 411-9
NGC 443 01 15 07.5+33 22 40Gx (S)13.913.10.80 × 0.7F, S, R, * 15 p 8s on par.IC 1653, UGC 796, MCG 5-4-5, CGCG 502-10, 4ZW 42, NPM1G +33.0038
NGC 444 01 15 49.6+31 04 50Gx (Scd)15.014.31.90 × 0.4vF, mE 135°, lbMIC 1658, UGC 810, MCG 5-4-7, KCPG 28A, KUG 0113+308, CGCG 502-15
NGC 446 01 16 03.7+04 17 40Gx (SB0)13.412.42.00 × 1.6F, vS, stellarIC 89, UGC 818, MCG 1-4-12, IRAS 01134+0401, CGCG 411-16, UM 90, MK 565
NGC 447 01 15 37.9+33 03 59Gx (SB0-a)15.114.02.20 × 2.2F, pL, bM, * 11 nfIC 1656, UGC 804, MCG 5-4-6, CGCG 502-13
NGC 449 01 16 07.5+33 05 20Gx (Sb)15.014.20.80 × 0.5vF, vS, R, vlbM, vF st invMCG 5-4-9, MK 1, CGCG 502-18, IRAS 01133+3249, KUG 0113+328A, near SAO 54567
NGC 451 01 16 12.4+33 03 49Gx (Sc)14.714.00.70 × 0.5vF, vS, R, vlbMIC 1661, MCG 5-4-11, MK 976, KUG 0113+328B, CGCG 502-19, near SAO 54567
NGC 452 01 16 15.0+31 02 00Gx (SBab)13.612.52.50 × 0.8vF, E, * 9 np, S * nf, v nrUGC 820, MCG 5-4-10, CGCG 502-20, IRAS 01134+3046, VV 430, KCPG 28B
NGC 453 01 16 17.3+33 00 53*3vF, vS, R, vF st inv
NGC 455 01 15 57.6+05 10 42Gx (P)13.712.72.00 × 1.2F, vS, alm stellUGC 815, MCG 1-4-11, CGCG 411-15, Arp 164
NGC 459 01 18 08.2+17 33 45Gx (Sbc)15.214.40.70 × 0.6eFUGC 832, MCG 3-4-17, CGCG 459-24
NGC 462 01 18 10.9+04 13 35Gx (E0)15.714.70.40 × 0.4eF, vS, stellarNPM1G +03.0047
NGC 463 01 18 58.2+16 19 31Gx (S0-a)15.014.11.00 × 0.4eF, vS, R, lbMUGC 840, MCG 3-4-19, CGCG 459-25
NGC 467 01 19 10.1+03 18 05Gx (S0)12.911.81.70 × 1.7pB, pL, R, gbMUGC 848, MCG 0-4-79, CGCG 385-65
NGC 468 01 19 48.4+32 46 02Gx (S0-a)15.214.30.70 × 0.4vF, eS, stellarIC 92, MCG 5-4-20, CGCG 502-29
NGC 469 01 19 33.0+14 52 19Gx (S)14.914.10.70 × 0.4eF, S, RMCG 2-4-23, CGCG 436-24
NGC 470 01 19 44.8+03 24 33Gx (Sb)12.511.82.90 × 1.7pB, L, iRUGC 858, MCG 0-4-84, CGCG 385-70, Arp 227, IRAS 01171+0308
NGC 471 01 19 59.6+14 47 09Gx (S0)14.213.31.00 × 0.7Neb * 12 mUGC 861, MCG 2-4-24, CGCG 436-29, IRAS 01173+1431
NGC 472 01 20 28.9+32 42 30Gx (S0-a)14.213.31.30 × 1.1eF, vS, * 9, 10 p 14s, v diffUGC 870, MCG 5-4-22, CGCG 502-34
NGC 473 01 19 54.9+16 32 42Gx (SB0-a)13.312.51.90 × 1.2eF, SUGC 859, MCG 3-4-22, CGCG 459-30, IRAS 01172+1616
NGC 474 01 20 06.7+03 24 58Gx (S0)12.411.57.10 × 6.3pB, S, smbM, f of 2UGC 864, MCG 0-4-85, CGCG 385-71, Arp 227
NGC 475 01 20 01.9+14 51 42Gx (E0)16.015.00.40 × 0.4eF, SIC 97, NPM1G +14.0045
NGC 476 01 20 19.8+16 01 14Gx (S0)15.414.40.50 × 0.4eF, vS, stellarMCG 3-4-23, CGCG 459-33, NPM1G +15.0050
NGC 479 01 21 15.7+03 51 46Gx (Sbc)14.713.91.10 × 0.9eF, S, RUGC 893, MCG 1-4-31, CGCG 411-31
NGC 483 01 21 56.3+33 31 14Gx (S)14.013.20.70 × 0.7vF, vSUGC 906, MCG 5-4-29, CGCG 502-50
NGC 485 01 21 27.5+07 01 05Gx (S)14.113.21.80 × 0.6cF, pL, R, * 8 sp 3½'UGC 895, MCG 1-4-32, CGCG 411-32, IRAS 01188+0645
NGC 486 01 21 43.0+05 20 47Gx (E0)16.015.00.20 × 0.2eF, eS, stell, 5' n of h 103Gxy + star
NGC 488 01 21 46.6+05 15 21Gx (Sb)11.210.35.40 × 3.9pB, L, R, svmbM, * 8 f 10'UGC 907, MCG 1-4-33, CGCG 411-33, IRAS 01191+0459
NGC 489 01 21 53.8+09 12 23Gx (S?)13.612.71.70 × 0.4pB, S, EUGC 908, MCG 1-4-34, CGCG 411-34
NGC 490 01 22 02.8+05 22 04Gx (S)15.214.40.70 × 0.6vF, vS, R, 8' nf h 103MCG 1-4-35, CGCG 411-35, NPM1G +05.0055
NGC 492 01 22 13.5+05 25 01Gx (SB?)16.415.60.70 × 0.6eF, vS, RMCG 1-4-38, CGCG 411-36
NGC 494 01 22 55.4+33 10 22Gx (Sab)13.812.92.00 × 0.8vF, pL, E, 3 F st sUGC 919, MCG 5-4-34, CGCG 502-57, IRAS 01201+3254
NGC 495 01 22 56.0+33 28 15Gx (SB0-a)13.812.91.20 × 0.8vF, S, 1st of 3UGC 920, MCG 5-4-35, CGCG 502-58
NGC 496 01 23 11.6+33 31 41Gx (Sbc)14.213.41.60 × 0.9vF, vS (C in Birr diagr.), 2nd of 3UGC 927, MCG 5-4-36, CGCG 502-60, KUG 0120+332A, IRAS 01203+3316
NGC 498 01 23 11.2+33 29 24Gx (S0)15.314.30.50 × 0.5eeF, np h 106 (D in Birr diagr.)MCG 5-4-37, NPM1G +33.0043
NGC 499 01 23 11.5+33 27 35Gx (E-S0)13.212.11.70 × 1.3pB, pL, R, 3rd of 3IC 1686, UGC 926, MCG 5-4-38, CGCG 502-59
NGC 500 01 22 39.3+05 23 16Gx (E-S0)15.214.20.80 × 0.6vF, vS, mbM, * 11 nf 1'MCG 1-4-40, CGCG 411-39, NPM1G +05.0056
NGC 501 01 23 22.4+33 26 01Gx (E0)15.514.50.50 × 0.5vF, S (E in Birr diagr.)CGCG 502-62, NPM1G +33.0044
NGC 502 01 22 55.6+09 02 58Gx (S0)13.712.81.10 × 1.0cB, S, R, bmNUGC 922, MCG 1-4-43, CGCG 411-40, ARAK 38
NGC 503 01 23 28.4+33 19 56Gx (E-S0)15.114.10.90 × 0.7eF, eS, D * 4' spMCG 5-4-40, CGCG 502-65, NPM1G +33.0045
NGC 504 01 23 28.1+33 12 14Gx (S0)14.013.01.70 × 0.4vF, SUGC 935, MCG 5-4-41, CGCG 502-64
NGC 505 01 22 57.1+09 28 08Gx (S0)14.813.80.90 × 0.6vF, vS, stellarUGC 924, MCG 1-4-41, CGCG 411-41
NGC 506 01 23 35.5+33 14 38*15.1vF, vS, sp h 108
NGC 507 01 23 40.0+33 15 24Gx (E-S0)12.211.22.50 × 2.5vF, pL, R, bM, s of 2UGC 938, MCG 5-4-44, CGCG 502-67, Arp 229, VV 207
NGC 508 01 23 40.7+33 16 49Gx (E0)14.113.11.10 × 1.1vF, S, n of 2UGC 939, MCG 5-4-45, CGCG 502-68, Arp 229, VV 207
NGC 509 01 23 24.1+09 26 00Gx (SB0-a)14.313.41.60 × 0.6vF, S, EUGC 932, MCG 1-4-45, CGCG 411-43
NGC 510 01 23 55.5+33 29 51*2vF, vS, lE
NGC 511 01 23 30.7+11 17 27Gx (E0)14.713.71.10 × 1.1eF, vS, S * inv, S * attUGC 936, MCG 2-4-33, CGCG 436-37, IRAS 01210+1101
NGC 514 01 24 03.9+12 55 02Gx (SBc)12.211.73.70 × 3.0F, L, lE, vglbM, ** fUGC 947, MCG 2-4-35, CGCG 436-38, IRAS 01214+1239
NGC 515 01 24 38.7+33 28 20Gx (S0)14.013.01.40 × 1.1pF, vS, R, np of 2UGC 956, MCG 5-4-52, CGCG 502-77, VV 36
NGC 516 01 24 08.0+09 33 07Gx (SB0-a)14.013.11.40 × 0.5eF, S, v diffic, I 151 f 41sUGC 946, MCG 1-4-48, CGCG 411-46
NGC 517 01 24 43.8+33 25 44Gx (S0)13.512.51.40 × 0.5pF, R, stellar, sf of 2UGC 960, MCG 5-4-54, CGCG 502-79, VV 36, ARAK 43
NGC 518 01 24 17.7+09 19 51Gx (Sa)14.213.31.60 × 0.6F, vS, RUGC 952, MCG 1-4-49, CGCG 411-47
NGC 520 01 24 34.7+03 47 39Gx (Sa/P)12.211.43.40 × 1.7F, cL, E 137°UGC 966, MCG 1-4-52, CGCG 411-50, IRAS 01219+0331, Arp 157, VV 231, PRC D-44, KCPG 31B
NGC 522 01 24 45.9+09 59 42Gx (Sbc)13.912.92.80 × 0.5eF, pL, iF, ? Cl + nebUGC 970, MCG 2-4-38, CGCG 436-43, FGC 163, IRAS 01221+0944
NGC 524 01 24 47.8+09 32 19Gx (S0-a)11.310.22.80 × 2.8vB, pL, mbM, 4 S st nrUGC 968, MCG 1-4-53, CGCG 411-51, IRAS 01221+0916
NGC 525 01 24 52.8+09 42 14Gx (S0)14.313.31.50 × 0.7vF, vS, * 11·12 p 5sUGC 972, MCG 1-4-54, CGCG 411-53, NPM1G +09.0040
NGC 532 01 25 17.1+09 15 51Gx (Sab)14.012.93.10 × 1.0vF, pL, E 30°, bMUGC 982, MCG 1-4-56, CGCG 411-55, IRAS 01226+0900
NGC 552 01 26 57.0+33 33 28*14.6vS, stellar, p of 2, ? RA
NGC 553 01 27 03.0+33 32 55*214.8vS, stellar, f of 2, ? RA
NGC 566 01 29 02.9+32 19 56Gx (S0)14.513.51.60 × 0.4vF, S, RUGC 1058, MCG 5-4-62, CGCG 502-92
NGC 569 01 29 07.1+11 07 54Gx (Sbc)14.513.71.00 × 0.5eF, vS, RUGC 1063, MCG 2-4-53, MK 997, IRAS 01264+1052, CGCG 436-63, KCPG 34A
NGC 571 01 29 56.1+32 30 03Gx (S?)14.613.71.30 × 1.3vF, pS, * 13·14 spUGC 1069, MCG 5-4-63, CGCG 502-98
NGC 575 01 30 46.4+21 26 25Gx (SBc)13.512.81.70 × 1.6eF, pL, iRIC 1710, UGC 1081, MCG 3-4-51, KARA 53, CGCG 459-72
NGC 606 01 34 50.3+21 25 05Gx (SBc)14.113.41.40 × 1.2eF, pS, R, vlbM, r ?UGC 1126, MCG 3-5-10, CGCG 460-11, IRAS 01321+2109
NGC 628 01 36 41.7+15 47 00Gx (Sc)10.09.410.50 × 9.5globular, F, vL, R, vg, psmbM, rrM 74, UGC 1149, MCG 3-5-11, CGCG 460-14, IRAS 01340+1532
NGC 631 01 36 47.0+05 50 09Gx (E2)14.313.31.00 × 0.8vF, S, gbMUGC 1153, MCG 1-5-7, CGCG 412-6, NPM1G +05.0064
NGC 632 01 37 17.5+05 52 38Gx (S0)13.412.41.00 × 0.8pB, S, R, psbMUGC 1157, MCG 1-5-10, MK 1002, CGCG 412-8, IRAS 01346+0537
NGC 638 01 39 37.8+07 14 14Gx (Sb)14.513.80.80 × 0.5vF, pS, RUGC 1170, MCG 1-5-14, MK 1003, CGCG 412-11, IRAS 01370+0659
NGC 645 01 40 08.8+05 43 34Gx (SBb)13.412.62.60 × 1.2F, pL, mEUGC 1177, MCG 1-5-16, CGCG 412-13, IRAS 01375+0528
NGC 652 01 40 43.2+07 59 00Gx (S?)14.613.71.00 × 0.6eeF, pS, R, v difficUGC 1184, MCG 1-5-17, CGCG 412-14, NPM1G +07.0048, IRAS 01380+0743
NGC 656 01 42 27.3+26 08 36Gx (SB0)13.412.41.50 × 1.3F, vS, R, r ?UGC 1194, MCG 4-5-2, CGCG 482-4, KARA 61
NGC 658 01 42 09.8+12 36 05Gx (Sb)13.112.53.00 × 1.6pF, pS, mE, mbMUGC 1192, MCG 2-5-9, CGCG 437-9, IRAS 01394+1220
NGC 660 01 43 01.8+13 38 37Gx (SBa/PRG)12.011.28.30 × 3.2pB, pL, E, bM, rUGC 1201, MCG 2-5-13, CGCG 437-12, IRAS 01403+1323, PRC C-13
NGC 664 01 43 45.9+04 13 21Gx (Sb)13.612.81.10 × 0.9vF, S, RUGC 1210, MCG 1-5-29, CGCG 412-23, IRAS 01411+0358
NGC 665 01 44 56.0+10 25 23Gx (S0)13.212.22.40 × 1.6F, S, lE, bM, rUGC 1223, MCG 2-5-19, CGCG 437-19
NGC 676 01 48 57.2+05 54 22Gx (S0-a)12.811.94.00 × 1.0vF, E 161°, sbM * 9UGC 1270, MCG 1-5-34, CGCG 412-28, ARAK 57
NGC 693 01 50 30.9+06 08 41Gx (S0-a)13.212.42.20 × 1.1pF, S, E 90°, vglbM, * 10 nfUGC 1304, MCG 1-5-35, CGCG 412-33, IRAS 01479+0553
NGC 706 01 51 50.7+06 17 46Gx (Sc)13.212.51.90 × 1.5F, S, bM, * 13 n 1'UGC 1334, MCG 1-5-40, CGCG 412-37, IRAS 01492+0602
NGC 718 01 53 13.0+04 11 44Gx (SBa)12.611.72.30 × 2.2pB, S, iR, psmbMUGC 1356, MCG 1-5-41, CGCG 412-39, KARA 68, IRAS 01506+0357
NGC 728 01 55 01.5+04 13 22*3Suspected neb (d'A, not found)
NGC 730 01 55 18.0+05 38 09*14.4vF, very stellar
NGC 741 01 56 20.9+05 37 43Gx (E0)12.211.13.00 × 2.9pF, S, R, p of 2, pos 102°IC 1751, UGC 1413, MCG 1-6-3, CGCG 413-8, 3ZW 38, VV 175
NGC 742 01 56 24.1+05 37 33Gx (E-S0)15.314.30.30 × 0.3vF, vS, R, sbM, f of 2MCG 1-6-4, CGCG 413-9, VV 175, Z 0153.9+0523
NGC 766 01 58 42.0+08 20 50Gx (E0)13.712.72.00 × 2.0vF, S, R, * 11, 2', 75°UGC 1458, MCG 1-6-19, CGCG 413-19
NGC 791 02 01 44.2+08 29 59Gx (E0)14.313.31.60 × 1.6vF, S, * 14 f 3'UGC 1511, MCG 1-6-31, CGCG 413-28
NGC 7396 22 52 22.6+01 05 32Gx (Sa)13.812.92.40 × 1.6pF, pS, R, gbMUGC 12220, MCG 0-58-7, CGCG 379-10, IRAS 22498+0049
NGC 7397 22 52 46.6+01 07 57Gx (SB0-a)15.114.20.70 × 0.5eF, vSMCG 0-58-8, CGCG 379-11
NGC 7398 22 52 49.2+01 12 06Gx (Sa)14.513.61.20 × 0.8vF, pLUGC 12225, MCG 0-58-9, CGCG 379-12, NPM1G +00.0612
NGC 7401 22 52 58.5+01 08 33Gx (Sa)15.814.91.00 × 0.6eF, vS
NGC 7402 22 53 04.4+01 08 42Gx (S0)15.514.50.70 × 0.5eF, vSMCG 0-58-10, CGCG 379-13, NPM1G +00.0613
NGC 7403 22 53 06.3+01 28 56*13.9* slightly nebulous
NGC 7422 22 56 12.3+03 55 37Gx (Sb)14.213.41.00 × 0.8vF, pS, vlEUGC 12254, MCG 1-58-13, CGCG 405-15, KUG 2253+036, IRAS 22536+0339
NGC 7428 22 57 19.5-01 02 57Gx (SBa)13.412.52.40 × 1.4F, vS, R, bMUGC 12262, MCG 0-58-14, CGCG 379-16, KARA 1001
NGC 7434 22 58 21.4-01 11 00Gx (E-S0)16.115.10.60 × 0.3vF, vS, R, stellarMCG 0-58-16, CGCG 379-17, NPM1G -01.0581
NGC 7452 23 00 47.5+06 44 45Gx (S0)16.515.50.40 × 0.3eeF, pL, R, v diffic
NGC 7455 23 00 40.9+07 18 12Gx (Sa)15.314.40.60 × 0.4eF, pS, cE, F * close pMK 523, CGCG 405-21, KUG 2258+070, IRAS 22581+0702
NGC 7458 23 01 28.5+01 45 12Gx (E1)13.612.51.40 × 1.2cF, cS, psbMUGC 12309, MCG 0-58-20, CGCG 379-22
NGC 7459 123 00 59.6+06 44 58Gx (S)16.015.20.40 × 0.4eeF, pL, R, * nrUGC 12302, MCG 1-58-21, double system, contact
NGC 7459 223 01 00.3+06 45 03Gx (P)16.215.40.80 × 0.4eeF, pL, R, * nrUGC 12302, MCG 1-58-21, double system, contact
NGC 7460 23 01 42.7+02 15 49Gx (Sb/P)13.613.01.50 × 1.1eF, pL, RUGC 12312, MCG 0-58-21, CGCG 379-23, IRAS 22591+0159
NGC 7472 23 05 38.6+03 03 32E314.613.60.60 × 0.4F neb * (? 7477)NGC 7482, MCG 0-58-29, CGCG 379-31, ARAK 574
NGC 7477 23 04 40.7+03 07 06Gx (S)16.515.70.30 × 0.2F, S, bM * 15, * 17 att n
NGC 7478 23 04 56.5+02 34 39Gx (Sa)16.315.40.40 × 0.3eF, EKUG 2302+023
NGC 7480 23 05 13.5+02 32 58Gx (S0-a)14.914.01.30 × 0.3vF, vS, vlE, vgbMNGC 7480A, UGC 12349, MCG 0-58-27, CGCG 379-30
NGC 7480 A23 05 13.5+02 32 58S0-a14.914.01.30 × 0.3vF, vS, vlE, vgbMNGC 7480, UGC 12349, MCG 0-58-27, CGCG 379-30
NGC 7480 B23 05 01.7+02 32 26Gx (Sb)15.614.80.60 × 0.3vF, vS, vlE, vgbMKUG 2302+022
NGC 7482 23 05 38.6+03 03 32Gx (E3)14.613.60.60 × 0.4F, vS, stellarNGC 7472, MCG 0-58-29, CGCG 379-31, ARAK 574
NGC 7483 23 05 48.2+03 32 43Gx (SBa)13.913.01.60 × 1.1vF, S, E, psbMUGC 12353, MCG 0-58-30, CGCG 379-32, IRAS 23032+0316
NGC 7488 23 07 48.9+00 56 28Gx (E-S0)14.813.80.60 × 0.5vF, vS, stellarMCG 0-59-1, CGCG 380-1, ARAK 576, NPM1G +00.0623
NGC 7493 23 08 31.6+00 54 36*14.9vF, stellar
NGC 7499 23 10 22.3+07 34 52Gx (S0)13.912.81.20 × 0.7vF, vS, stellarUGC 12397, MCG 1-59-5, CGCG 406-7, NPM1G +07.0508
NGC 7501 23 10 30.3+07 35 22Gx (E1)14.613.40.50 × 0.5eFMCG 1-59-7, CGCG 406-8, NPM1G +07.0509
NGC 7503 23 10 42.2+07 34 05Gx (E2)14.313.20.80 × 0.8vF, S, stellarMCG 1-59-8, CGCG 406-12, NPM1G +07.0512
NGC 7506 23 11 41.0-02 09 35Gx (S0-a)13.812.91.70 × 1.1cF, vS, R, sbM * 15UGC 12406, MCG 0-59-5, CGCG 380-6
NGC 7517 23 13 13.8-02 06 00Gx (E5)15.414.40.60 × 0.3vF, vS, stellarMCG 0-59-8, CGCG 380-10, NPM1G -02.0506
NGC 7518 23 13 12.8+06 19 18Gx (Sa)14.213.41.40 × 1.0vF, S, RUGC 12422, MCG 1-59-12, MK 527, IRAS 23106+0603, CGCG 406-20, KUG 2310+060
NGC 7521 23 13 35.3-01 43 50Gx (SB0)14.913.90.60 × 0.5vF, pS, psbMMCG 0-59-9, CGCG 380-11, ARAK 578
NGC 7524 23 13 46.5-01 43 50Gx (S0-a)16.015.10.80 × 0.3eF, vSMCG 0-59-10
NGC 7530 23 14 11.7-02 46 44Gx (S0-a)15.514.60.90 × 0.5eF, vS, alm stellarMCG -1-59-4, NPM1G -03.0672
NGC 7532 23 14 22.2-02 43 40Gx (SB0-a)14.713.81.40 × 0.7vF, vS, lEMCG -1-59-5, MK 529, IRAS 23117-0300
NGC 7533 23 14 22.0-02 02 00Gx (S0-a)16.015.10.70 × 0.3F, S, RCGCG 380-13, NPM1G -02.0507
NGC 7534 23 14 26.5-02 41 58Gx (IBm)14.413.81.00 × 0.7eF, vS, lEMCG -1-59-6
NGC 7537 23 14 34.6+04 29 56Gx (Sbc)13.913.22.10 × 0.5vF, cS, R, bM, sp of 2UGC 12442, MCG 1-59-16, CGCG 406-28, KUG 2312+042, KCPG 578A
NGC 7541 23 14 43.2+04 32 04Gx (SBc)12.411.73.50 × 1.2B, L, mE 97°, mbM, nf of 2NGC 7581, UGC 12447, MCG 1-59-17, IRAS 23121+0415, KCPG 678B, CGCG 406-30
NGC 7544 23 14 56.9-02 11 56Gx (S0)16.115.10.80 × 0.2eF, vSNPM1G -02.0508
NGC 7546 23 15 05.5-02 19 32Gx (SBbc)15.915.11.10 × 0.9eF, S, lEMCG -1-59-7
NGC 7554 23 15 41.3-02 22 41Gx (E0)15.914.90.40 × 0.4eF, eS, alm stell, h 2220 f3ZW 99, NPM1G -02.0510
NGC 7556 23 15 44.4-02 22 53Gx (E-S0)13.712.72.50 × 1.6cF, pL, R, B ** fMCG -1-59-9
NGC 7556 A23 15 43.7-02 23 09Gx (C)16.015.00.30 × 0.2cF, pL, R, B ** fin halo of N 7556
NGC 7557 23 15 39.7+06 42 32Gx (S)15.214.20.60 × 0.6vF, vS, p of 2MCG 1-59-21, CGCG 406-35, NPM1G +06.0598
NGC 7560 23 15 53.8+04 29 45*2F, vS, iR, sp of 2
NGC 7561 23 15 57.5+04 31 21*13.9F, vS, iR, nf of 2
NGC 7562 23 15 57.6+06 41 14Gx (E2)12.611.52.20 × 1.7cB, pS, iR, psbMUGC 12464, MCG 1-59-24, CGCG 406-39
NGC 7562 A23 16 01.3+06 39 11Gx (Sd)15.514.91.50 × 0.4cB, pS, iR, psbMUGC 12467, MCG 1-59-25, PGC 70881
NGC 7564 23 16 01.1+07 20 54*14.3vF, eS, stellar N
NGC 7565 23 16 19.0-00 03 30NFvF
NGC 7566 23 16 37.4-02 19 49Gx (Sa)14.213.31.40 × 0.7vF, pS, E, er, 3 F st invMCG -1-59-10
NGC 7575 23 17 20.9+05 39 41Gx (S0)15.114.20.50 × 0.3F, S, vlEMCG 1-59-28, CGCG 406-44, IRAS 23148+0523, KUG 2314+053A, KCPG 579A
NGC 7577 23 17 17.1+07 21 57Gx (S)16.515.70.30 × 0.2* 13.5 in vF neb
NGC 7581 23 14 43.2+04 32 04SBc12.411.73.50 × 1.2vF, mE, * 12·13 close fNGC 7541, UGC 12447, MCG 1-59-17, IRAS 23121+0415, KCPG 678B, CGCG 406-30
NGC 7583 23 17 52.8+07 22 46Gx (S)14.613.80.70 × 0.7vF, vSNGC 7605, MCG 1-59-34, CGCG 406-47
NGC 7589 23 18 15.6+00 15 42Gx (Sa)15.014.11.10 × 0.7eF, vSMCG 0-59-19, CGCG 380-24, NPM1G -00.0622
NGC 7591 23 18 16.2+06 35 10Gx (SBbc)13.913.01.90 × 0.8pF, S, R, vgbMUGC 12486, MCG 1-59-38, CGCG 406-53, IRAS 23157+0618
NGC 7603 23 18 56.4+00 14 39Gx (Sb/P)14.013.21.60 × 1.0F, vS, stellarUGC 12493, MCG 0-59-21, MK 530, UM 156, Arp 92, CGCG 380-26, IRAS 23163-0001
NGC 7604 23 17 51.9+07 25 48Gx (S0)15.514.50.30 × 0.2eF, vS, bMMCG 1-59-33, CGCG 406-48
NGC 7605 23 17 52.8+07 22 46S14.613.80.70 × 0.7vF, S, R, glbMNGC 7583, MCG 1-59-34, CGCG 406-47
NGC 7611 23 19 36.5+08 03 49Gx (SB0-a)13.512.51.50 × 0.7F, S, R, Δ with 2 st 19, nUGC 12509, MCG 1-59-49, CGCG 406-66
NGC 7613 23 19 51.0+00 11 54NFvF
NGC 7614 23 19 52.6+00 10 56*4vF, nf of 2
NGC 7617 23 20 08.9+08 09 58Gx (S0)14.813.80.90 × 0.7eF, vSMCG 1-59-51A, CGCG 406-72, NPM1G +07.0516
NGC 7629 23 21 19.3+01 24 13Gx (S0)14.813.81.00 × 0.8vF, vS, stellarMCG 0-59-31, CGCG 380-40, NPM1G +01.0587
NGC 7642 23 22 53.4+01 26 34Gx (Sa)14.613.70.60 × 0.5vF, vS, bMUGC 12560, MCG 0-59-35, CGCG 380-48, IRAS 23202+0109
NGC 7667 23 24 23.1-00 06 31Gx (Sm)14.513.91.60 × 1.1vFUGC 12578, MCG 0-59-38, CGCG 380-50, VV 613, UM 160
NGC 7668 23 26 41.7-00 11 29NFvF, surround G.C. 6197
NGC 7669 23 26 41.7-00 11 29NFvF, surround G.C. 6197
NGC 7670 23 26 41.7-00 11 29NFvF, surround G.C. 6197
NGC 7679 23 28 46.5+03 30 39Gx (SB0)13.512.91.70 × 0.9pB, S, R, mbMN, stellUGC 12618, MCG 0-59-46, MK 534, IRAS 23262+0314, CGCG 380-61, VV 329, Arp 216, KUG 2326+032
NGC 7682 23 29 03.8+03 32 02Gx (SBab)14.113.21.20 × 1.1eF, * 14 p 13s.7, lnUGC 12622, MCG 0-59-47, CGCG 380-62, Arp 216, VV 329, NPM1G +03.0615
NGC 7684 23 30 32.0+00 04 53Gx (S0-a)14.513.61.50 × 0.4F, vS, stellUGC 12637, MCG 0-59-50, CGCG 380-65
NGC 7685 23 30 33.3+03 54 06Gx (SBc)13.813.21.90 × 1.5eF, cL, R, gbM, ** nrUGC 12638, MCG 1-59-87, CGCG 406-121, IRAS 23279+0337
NGC 7687 23 30 54.4+03 32 50Gx (S0)14.413.41.30 × 1.0vF, vS, * 11 f 1s, n 85"MCG 0-59-51, CGCG 380-66, NPM1G +03.0621
NGC 7693 23 33 10.4-01 17 29Gx (S0-a)14.313.41.20 × 0.8S neb or neb * 14 (A.N. 2394)MCG 0-60-3, CGCG 381-6, NPM1G -01.0596
NGC 7694 23 33 16.1-02 42 13Gx (Im)14.013.41.60 × 0.9eF, pL, stellarMCG -1-60-4
NGC 7695 23 33 14.9-02 43 11Gx (S0)16.115.10.60 × 0.3eF, stell (nr III 187)MK 931, NPM1G -02.0521, IRAS 23306-0259
NGC 7696 23 33 50.2+04 52 17Gx (S)14.713.91.30 × 0.6F, S, lEMCG 1-60-4, CGCG 407-10
NGC 7699 23 34 27.0-02 54 00Gx (Sa)15.915.00.60 × 0.3eF, vS
NGC 7700 23 34 30.2-02 57 12Gx (S0-a)14.213.31.30 × 1.0vF, eS, stellarMCG -1-60-6
NGC 7701 23 34 31.5-02 51 18Gx (Sb)14.613.81.60 × 0.4vF, S, R, mbM, * 11 spMCG -1-60-7
NGC 7704 23 35 00.9+04 53 53Gx (E-S0)14.413.41.10 × 0.9eF, * 12 p, sp of 2UGC 12684, MCG 1-60-5, CGCG 407-14, NPM1G +04.0613
NGC 7705 23 35 02.4+04 48 16Gx (SB0)15.414.40.60 × 0.5eFCGCG 407-13, NPM1G +04.0614
NGC 7706 23 35 10.4+04 57 53Gx (S0)14.213.21.20 × 1.0vF, pS, * 18 close s, nf of 2UGC 12686, MCG 1-60-6, CGCG 407-15
NGC 7710 23 35 46.1-02 52 51Gx (S0/P)14.913.91.20 × 0.5pF, vS, stellarMCG -1-60-10
NGC 7714 23 36 14.1+02 09 17Gx (SBb/P)13.012.51.90 × 1.4pB, S, R, psbM, * 12 sp, * 6 sfUGC 12699, MCG 0-60-17, MK 538, IRAS 23336+0152, KCPG 587A, CGCG 381-11, VV 51, Arp 284, UM 167, near 16 Psc
NGC 7715 23 36 21.7+02 09 23Gx (Im/P)14.714.22.70 × 0.4eF, pL, RUGC 12700, MCG 0-60-18, CGCG 381-12, KCPG 587B, Arp 284, VV 51, near 16 Psc
NGC 7716 23 36 31.3+00 17 51Gx (SBb)12.812.12.20 × 1.8F, pL, lE, gbM, * 10 sUGC 12702, MCG 0-60-19, CGCG 381-13, IRAS 23339+0001
NGC 7731 23 41 29.0+03 44 26Gx (SBa)13.512.81.40 × 1.1F, SUGC 12737, MCG 0-60-34, CGCG 381-25, IRAS 23390+0326, KCPG 590A, NPM1G +03.0626, Z 2339.0+0328
NGC 7732 23 41 34.0+03 43 30Gx (Scd)14.313.82.00 × 0.6vF, pLUGC 12738, MCG 0-60-35, CGCG 381-26, Z 2339.1+0327, KCPG 590B, "pierced" galaxy
NGC 7738 23 44 02.0+00 31 03Gx (SBb)13.913.12.00 × 1.5vF, n of 2UGC 12757, MCG 0-60-38, CGCG 381-33, IRAS 23414+0014
NGC 7739 23 44 30.0+00 19 16Gx (E2)14.613.61.10 × 0.9s of 2, v nrCGCG 381-38, NPM1G +00.0645
NGC 7746 23 45 19.9-01 41 04Gx (S0)14.113.11.40 × 1.1eF, pS, R, * nr sUGC 12768, MCG 0-60-43, CGCG 381-40
NGC 7750 23 46 37.8+03 47 59Gx (SBc/P)13.512.91.60 × 0.8cF, pL, vlE 0°, lbM, * 11 sfUGC 12777, MCG 1-60-34, CGCG 381-43, CGCG 407-56, IRAS 23440+0331
NGC 7751 23 46 58.4+06 51 43Gx (S)13.913.11.00 × 1.0F, S, R, gbM, erUGC 12778, MCG 1-60-35, CGCG 407-57, IRAS 23444+0635
NGC 7756 23 48 28.5+04 07 32*12.8Neb, 5' sp h 2270
NGC 7757 23 48 45.5+04 10 17Gx (Sc)13.112.72.40 × 1.7vF, cL, vlE, vglbM, 2 st 13 nUGC 12788, MCG 1-60-37, CGCG 407-59, VV 407, Arp 68, UM 7, IRAS 23461+0353
NGC 7778 23 53 19.5+07 52 14Gx (E0)13.712.71.00 × 1.0cF, S, R, psbM, stellar, 1st of 4UGC 12827, MCG 1-60-43, CGCG 407-69, ARAK 586
NGC 7779 23 53 26.6+07 52 34Gx (S0-a)13.712.71.40 × 1.1pF, S, R, psbM, stellar, 2nd of 4UGC 12831, MCG 1-60-45, CGCG 407-70, ARAK 586
NGC 7780 23 53 32.1+08 07 06Gx (SBab)14.813.90.90 × 0.5vF, vS, R, lbM, F * invUGC 12833, MCG 1-60-46, CGCG 407-71, IRAS 23509+0750
NGC 7781 23 53 45.9+07 51 39Gx (S)15.013.90.80 × 0.2F, S, R, 3rd of 4MCG 1-60-47, CGCG 407-72
NGC 7782 23 53 53.9+07 58 14Gx (Sb)13.112.22.20 × 1.3pF, pL, lE, glbM, 4th of 4UGC 12834, MCG 1-60-48, CGCG 407-73, IRAS 23513+0741
NGC 7783 A23 54 10.1+00 23 00Gx (S0)14.013.01.30 × 0.6F, S, lEUGC 12837, MCG 0-60-58, VV 208, Arp 323, HCG 98A, KCPG 595A, CGCG 381-60
NGC 7783 B23 54 12.0+00 22 39Gx (E-S0)15.414.40.70 × 0.5F, S, lEUGC 12837, MCG 0-60-59, KCPG 595B, CGCG 381-60, VV 208, Arp 323, NPM1G +00.0650
NGC 7783 C23 54 13.8+00 21 25Gx (E-S0)16.315.40.20 × 0.2F, S, lEHCG 98C
NGC 7783 D23 54 10.6+00 23 39Gx (S0-a)17.016.10.30 × 0.3F, S, lEMCG 0-60-60, HCG 98D, Arp 323, VV 208
NGC 7785 23 55 18.9+05 54 58Gx (E5)12.611.62.50 × 1.3pB, pS, iR, psbM, r, * 8 p 4'.5UGC 12841, MCG 1-60-49, CGCG 407-75, KARA 1045
NGC 7787 23 55 52.0+00 33 28Gx (C)15.014.00.70 × 0.6vF, S, RUGC 12847, MCG 0-1-11, CGCG 382-1, NPM1G +00.0652
NGC 7797 23 58 58.8+03 38 03Gx (Sbc)14.513.71.00 × 0.9eF, pS, iR, lbMUGC 12877, MCG 0-1-11, CGCG 382-10, IRAS 23563+0321
NGC 7802 00 01 00.5+06 14 30Gx (S0)14.513.51.10 × 0.6vF, S, R, psbMUGC 12902, MCG 1-1-8, CGCG 408-7
NGC 7804 00 01 18.8+07 44 55*2vF, D *, nebulous ?
NGC 7809 00 02 09.4+02 56 26Gx (Im)15.114.50.50 × 0.4eF, vSMCG 0-1-19, CGCG 382-18, 3ZW 126, star corona sp
NGC 7811 00 02 26.4+03 21 07Gx (S)15.114.50.40 × 0.4vF, S, R, stellarMCG 0-1-20, MK 543, CGCG 382-19, 3ZW 127
NGC 7816 00 03 49.0+07 28 42Gx (Sbc)13.612.81.70 × 1.5vF, pL, R, gbMUGC 16, MCG 1-1-18, CGCG 408-18, IRAS 00012+0712
NGC 7818 00 04 09.0+07 22 45Gx (Sc)14.714.01.00 × 1.0eeF, pS, v diffic, sf h 2298UGC 21, MCG 1-1-19, CGCG 408-19
NGC 7820 00 04 30.9+05 11 59Gx (S0-a)13.812.91.30 × 0.6pF, vS, vsmbM, * 14 spUGC 28, MCG 1-1-22, CGCG 408-21
NGC 7824 00 05 06.2+06 55 14Gx (Sab)14.013.21.60 × 1.2pF, S, R, * 10 npUGC 34, MCG 1-1-25, CGCG 408-25, NPM1G +06.0001
NGC 7825 00 05 06.7+05 12 11Gx (SBb)14.413.61.00 × 0.5vF, S, gbMUGC 37, MCG 1-1-28, CGCG 408-28
NGC 7827 00 05 27.7+05 13 19Gx (SB0)14.913.91.20 × 0.9vF, S, R, * 12·13 nfUGC 38, MCG 1-1-27, CGCG 408-24
NGC 7830 00 06 02.2+08 20 34*12.7eF, neb * 13m
NGC 7832 00 06 28.4-03 43 00Gx (E5)14.213.21.90 × 1.0vF, vS, R, vgpsmbM, 2 st 9 sfIC 5386, MCG -1-1-33
NGC 7834 00 06 37.9+08 22 08Gx (Sc)15.014.31.10 × 0.8eeF, vSUGC 49, MCG 1-1-30, CGCG 408-30, KUG 0004+080
NGC 7835 00 06 46.7+08 25 38Gx (S?)15.514.60.50 × 0.3eF, S, RMCG 1-1-31
NGC 7837 00 06 51.4+08 21 07Gx (S?)16.515.60.40 × 0.3eF, p of D nebMCG 1-1-35, CGCG 408-34, Arp 246, NPM1G +08.0004, IRAS 00042+0804
NGC 7838 00 06 53.9+08 21 07Gx (S?)15.514.60.70 × 0.3eF, f of D nebMCG 1-1-36, CGCG 408-34, Arp 246
NGC 7840 00 07 08.8+08 23 05Gx (S)16.015.20.40 × 0.3eF, S
IC 3 00 12 06.0-00 24 53Gx (E-S0)14.813.80.60 × 0.3F, vS, iF, rMCG 0-1-38, CGCG 382-32, NPM1G -00.0003
IC 6 00 18 54.9-03 16 34Gx (E0)14.513.50.80 × 0.8F, vS, R, mbM = * 14MCG -1-1-75
IC 7 00 18 53.0+10 35 43Gx (E?)14.813.80.70 × 0.6F, vS, R, * 12.5 closeCGCG 433-43, KARA 14
IC 8 00 19 02.6-03 13 19Gx (Sc)15.114.40.80 × 0.4vF, vS, irr E, lbMMCG -1-1-76
IC 12 00 20 15.2-02 39 12Gx (Sb)15.714.90.80 × 0.3pF, S, E nsMCG -1-2-3, IRAS 00177-0255
IC 13 00 20 20.1+07 42 02Gx (Sbc)14.814.01.40 × 0.5vF, pL, E ns, difUGC 195, MCG 1-2-3, CGCG 409-2
IC 14 00 22 31.3+10 29 25*2susp neb
IC 31 00 34 24.6+12 16 07Gx (Sa)15.214.31.60 × 0.3F, E pf, difUGC 340, MCG 2-2-21, CGCG 434-23, NPM1G +11.0015
IC 34 00 35 36.4+09 07 30Gx (SBa)13.512.62.40 × 0.8vF, pS, lEUGC 351, MCG 1-2-32, CGCG 409-44
IC 35 00 37 39.9+10 21 27Gx (Sc)14.714.01.00 × 0.8vF, S, dif, * 9.5 nfUGC 374, MCG 2-2-24, CGCG 434-26, KARA 30
IC 52 00 48 23.7+04 05 31Gx (S?)15.314.51.00 × 0.4vF, vS, R, gvlbMUGC 494, MCG 1-3-5, CGCG 410-7, UM 69
IC 53 00 50 40.7+10 36 03Gx (E-S0)14.913.90.50 × 0.5eeF, pS, R, others suspUGC 516, MCG 2-3-5, CGCG 435-11, NPM1G +10.0036
IC 55 00 51 42.3+07 43 09Gx (S?)15.014.10.70 × 0.3F, vS, dif, * 13 closeMCG 1-3-6, CGCG 410-13, NPM1G +07.0024
IC 57 00 54 48.4+11 50 30Gx (S0)15.514.50.70 × 0.7F, vS, R, vlbM, F * closeUGC 559, MCG 2-3-10, CGCG 435-19, NPM1G +11.0029
IC 61 00 57 07.2+07 30 26Gx (C)14.913.91.20 × 0.8pF, vS, R, vlbMUGC 589, MCG 1-3-9, CGCG 410-19
IC 62 00 58 44.0+11 48 30Gx (S)15.014.10.90 × 0.6vF, pL, difUGC 606, MCG 2-3-21, CGCG 435-29
IC 64 00 59 24.4+27 03 34Gx (E-S0)15.014.01.10 × 0.7F, S, R, gmbMUGC 613, MCG 4-3-31, CGCG 480-30, NPM1G +26.0030
IC 66 01 00 32.4+30 47 48Gx (Sa)14.914.11.20 × 0.5vF, vS, irrUGC 623, MCG 5-3-33, CGCG 501-59
IC 69 01 01 23.6+31 02 28Gx (Sbc)14.513.70.90 × 0.8F, iF, lbMMCG 5-3-41, CGCG 501-66
IC 73 01 04 53.1+04 46 02Gx (S)15.414.60.90 × 0.5vF, pL, difCGCG 410-29, UM 84
IC 74 01 05 55.9+04 05 27Gx (E?)15.814.80.40 × 0.3vF, S, stellarCGCG 410-30, KARA 43, NPM1G +03.0038
IC 75 01 07 11.5+10 50 14Gx (Sb)14.713.91.30 × 1.0vF, vS, dif, vlbMUGC 684, MCG 2-3-35, CGCG 435-43
IC 89 01 16 03.7+04 17 40SB013.412.42.00 × 1.6F, S, iF, N = 13m, 462 fNGC 446, UGC 818, MCG 1-4-12, IRAS 01134+0401, CGCG 411-16, UM 90, MK 565
IC 92 01 19 48.4+32 46 02S0-a15.214.30.70 × 0.4eeF [? different from h 98]NGC 468, MCG 5-4-20, CGCG 502-29
IC 94 01 20 05.5+32 43 02*14.9neb * 13
IC 96 01 20 33.3+29 36 59Gx (Sbc)14.713.90.80 × 0.4pB, pS, vmbMN = 12∙13mMCG 5-4-23, CGCG 502-35, KCPG 30A, IC 1672?
IC 97 01 20 01.9+14 51 42E016.015.00.40 × 0.4Stellar = 13.5mNGC 475, NPM1G +14.0045
IC 101 01 24 08.5+09 55 50Gx (Sb)14.814.01.40 × 0.6vF, pL, E, difUGC 949, MCG 2-4-36, CGCG 436-39
IC 102 01 24 26.3+09 53 14Gx (S0-a)15.614.70.90 × 0.3eF, S, difUGC 954, CGCG 436-40
IC 107 01 25 24.7+14 51 53Gx (E3)13.912.91.00 × 0.7vF, vS, R, * close pIC 1700, UGC 986, MCG 2-4-41, CGCG 436-47
IC 110 01 25 50.0+33 31 36*2vF
IC 111 01 25 49.2+33 30 16NF* 13 with neb
IC 112 01 26 02.9+11 26 35Gx (Sd)14.413.80.80 × 0.4F, S, dif, E pfUGC 1008, MCG 2-4-47, CGCG 436-49, ARAK 46, IRAS 01234+1110
IC 113 01 26 25.5+19 11 31Gx (E0)16.015.00.40 × 0.4vF, 3' nf of * 5 m
IC 114 01 26 22.5+09 54 37Gx (S0)15.214.21.30 × 0.6eF, vS, RUGC 1015, MCG 2-4-48, CGCG 436-50
IC 115 01 26 54.5+19 12 52Gx (S0)15.214.00.50 × 0.5vF, * 6m 3½' nppMCG 3-4-39, CGCG 459-54, near 94 Psc
IC 148 01 42 26.9+13 58 36Gx (Irr)13.512.83.50 × 1.1eeF, pS, v diffic, II. 253 sfUGC 1195, MCG 2-5-11, CGCG 437-10
IC 150 01 42 57.6+04 11 57Gx (Sb)14.713.91.00 × 0.5F, S, R, dif, * 10.5 near, h 148 fUGC 1202, MCG 1-5-26, CGCG 412-20
IC 151 01 43 57.4+13 12 09NFeF, pS, np of 2
IC 152 01 44 01.2+13 04 28Gx (P)15.714.90.40 × 0.2eF, S, R, vF * close, sf of 2CGCG 437-16
IC 153 01 48 33.1+12 36 50Gx (SBa)14.013.10.80 × 0.5eF, pS, R, sp of 2UGC 1260, CGCG 437-31, MK 575
IC 154 01 45 16.2+10 38 59Gx (Sb)14.814.01.50 × 0.2F, vS, lbM, * 11.5 spUGC 1229, MCG 2-5-23, CGCG 437-21, NPM1G +10.0062
IC 156 01 45 29.1+10 33 12Gx (S?)14.413.51.50 × 1.2pB, S, R, mbMN = * 12UGC 1231, MCG 2-5-25, CGCG 437-22, NPM1G +10.0063
IC 157 01 49 11.6+12 51 12Gx (Sa)14.814.11.30 × 0.4eeF, S, R, D * p, nf of 2UGC 1274, MCH 1-5-43, CGCG 437-38, NPM1G +12.0056
IC 161 01 48 43.8+10 30 30Gx (S?)14.713.80.80 × 0.6eeF, vS, RUGC 1266, MCG 2-5-36, CGCG 437-33, MK 1007, VV 53
IC 162 01 48 53.4+10 31 20Gx (S0)13.712.71.40 × 1.4eeF, S, lEUGC 1267, MCG 2-5-38, Arp 228, CGCG 437-34, NPM1G +10.0068, VV 53
IC 174 01 56 16.1+03 45 45Gx (S0)14.313.31.30 × 0.8Neb * 13UGC 1409, MCG 1-6-8, CGCG 413-4
IC 182 01 59 51.7+07 24 44Gx (SBb)14.513.70.90 × 0.6F, pL, biNUGC 1473, MCG 1-6-26, CGCG 413-22, KUG 0157+071, IRAS 01572+0710
IC 194 02 03 05.1+02 36 50Gx (Sb)15.214.41.50 × 0.2vF, vS, R, * 9.5 f 15sUGC 1542, MCG 0-6-26, CGCG 387-30, FGC 230
IC 197 02 04 04.9+02 47 12Gx (SBbc)14.313.51.00 × 0.5pB, S, E 225° , gbMUGC 1564, MCG 0-6-27, CGCG 387-31, KUG 0201+025
IC 198 02 06 03.1+09 17 46Gx (S)14.713.81.10 × 0.6pB, pS, R, bMUGC 1592, MCG 1-6-40, CGCG 413-40
IC 199 02 06 19.4+09 13 38Gx (Sab)14.814.01.40 × 0.8F, S, R, bMIC 1778, UGC 1594, MCG 1-6-41, CGCG 413-41
IC 1455 22 53 46.0+01 22 21Gx (SBa)14.713.80.90 × 0.6F, pS, R, 2 st 11 nrUGC 12232, MCG 0-58-11, CGCG 379-14, NPM1G +01.0571
IC 1460 22 57 04.0+04 40 39Gx (E2)15.114.40.50 × 0.5pB, vS, mbMMCG 1-58-15, MK 923, CGCG 405-17, IRAS 22545+0424, KUG 2254+044, ARAK 570, NPM1G +04.0590
IC 1466 23 03 39.0-02 46 32Gx (S0)14.413.40.50 × 0.4pB, vS, iF
IC 1467 23 04 49.6-03 13 52Gx (Sc)14.914.20.80 × 0.3F, S, biNMCG -1-58-17, IRAS 23022-0329
IC 1468 23 05 07.3-03 12 19Gx (S0-a)15.114.21.10 × 0.5vF, vS, iF, sbMMCG -1-58-19
IC 1474 23 12 51.3+05 48 21Gx (Sc)14.713.91.10 × 0.5F, R, pS, gbMUGC 12417, MCG 1-59-11, CGCG 406-18, KUG 2310+055, IRAS 23103+0532
IC 1481 23 19 25.0+05 54 21Gx (S?)14.413.50.80 × 0.7vF, vS, RUGC 12505, CGCG 406-64, IRAS 23168+0537
IC 1482 23 20 49.4+01 44 22Gx (E3)15.414.40.60 × 0.4pB, vS, RMCG 0-59-29, CGCG 380-37, NPM1G +01.0586
IC 1490 23 59 10.7-04 07 37SBbc14.914.11.70 × 0.7eF, pS, R, vF * close nIC 1524, MCG -1-1-12, IRAS 23566-0424
IC 1492 23 30 36.0-03 02 22Gx (S0-a)14.213.31.00 × 0.8eF, S, R, sp of 2MCG -1-59-28, NPM1G -03.0690
IC 1496 23 30 53.4-02 56 02Gx (S0-a)14.313.41.70 × 1.4eeF, pS, R, nf of 2MCG -1-59-29, NPM1G -03.0692
IC 1500 23 33 09.5+04 33 09Gx (S)15.414.60.50 × 0.3F, vS, E ns, lbMCGCG 407-6
IC 1501 23 34 40.1-03 09 13Gx (SBbc)14.613.81.60 × 0.7vF, S, difMCG -1-60-9, IRAS 23320-0325
IC 1503 23 38 27.2+04 48 05Gx (Sd)14.313.70.90 × 0.4F, S, R, gbMUGC 12715, MCG 1-60-16, CGCG 407-31, UM 1, IRAS 23359+0431
IC 1504 23 41 19.6+04 01 06Gx (Sb)14.313.51.70 × 0.5F, pL, E pf, gbMUGC 12734, MCG 1-60-20, CGCG 407-41, IRAS 23387+0344
IC 1506 23 44 48.3+04 44 10Gx (S)15.314.50.70 × 0.4vF, gbMMCG 1-60-29, CGCG 407-52, NPM1G +04.0622
IC 1507 23 45 33.0+01 41 21Gx (S0-a)14.513.61.30 × 0.5pB, iF, mbMUGC 12770, MCG 0-60-44, CGCG 381-41
IC 1510 123 50 32.5+02 04 29Gx (S)15.514.70.70 × 0.6F, S, R, biNMCG 0-60-53, CGCG 381-53, VV 641
IC 1510 223 50 33.0+02 04 20Gx (S)15.514.70.60 × 0.4F, S, R, biNMCG 0-60-53, CGCG 381-53, VV 641
IC 1515 23 56 04.1-00 59 19Gx (SBb)14.313.51.20 × 1.0eeF, pS, * 9.5 inv, bet 2 stUGC 12848, MCG 0-1-4, CGCG 382-2, KCPG 597A
IC 1516 23 56 07.1-00 55 01Gx (Sbc)13.913.11.80 × 1.6vF, pS, R, B * sf, nf of 2UGC 12852, MCG 0-1-6, CGCG 382-4, KCPG 597B, IRAS 23535-0111
IC 1517 23 56 18.9-00 18 20Gx (E0)14.813.80.80 × 0.8eeF, vS, R, 3 st pMCG 0-1-8, CGCG 382-6
IC 1522 23 59 03.4+01 43 13Gx (Sbc)15.314.51.00 × 0.3F, S, E nsMCG 0-1-12, CGCG 382-11
IC 1523 23 59 06.5+06 52 25Gx (E3)16.315.30.30 × 0.2vF, * 4m 3' fIC 5368, NPM1G +06.0624, Omega Psc (4.0) f 2'
IC 1524 23 59 10.7-04 07 37Gx (SBbc)14.914.11.70 × 0.7No descriptionIC 1490, MCG -1-1-12, IRAS 23566-0424
IC 1527 00 02 21.5+04 05 25Gx (Sb)15.414.61.30 × 0.7F, R, r, vF * sfMCG 1-1-12, CGCG 408-12, NPM1G +03.0632
IC 1549 00 22 49.8+06 57 53Gx (S?)14.713.80.80 × 0.8eF, D * f 46sUGC 218, MCG 1-2-5, CGCG 409-8, NPM1G +06.0015
IC 1551 00 27 35.5+08 52 39Gx (Sb)14.513.72.50 × 1.2F, vS, R, rUGC 268, MCG 1-2-13, CGCG 409-16, KARA 22, IRAS 00250+0836
IC 1552 00 29 43.9+21 28 35Gx (Sbc)15.414.60.90 × 0.2F, pL, difUGC 297, MCG 3-2-15, CGCG 457-18, KARA 23, IRAS 00271+2111
IC 1564 00 39 05.2+06 01 16Gx (SBbc)14.814.01.00 × 0.5eFUGC 399, MCG 1-2-44, CGCG 409-53
IC 1565 00 39 26.2+06 44 03E014.413.41.00 × 1.0F, S, R, gbMIC 1567, UGC 410, MCG 1-2-47, CGCG 409-57, DRCG 2-31
IC 1566 00 39 33.3+06 48 56Gx (S0-a)15.714.80.70 × 0.6F, S, R, gbM, rDRCG 2-36, NPM1G +06.0033
IC 1567 00 39 26.2+06 44 03Gx (E0)14.413.41.00 × 1.0Neb *IC 1565, UGC 410, MCG 1-2-47, CGCG 409-57, DRCG 2-31
IC 1568 00 39 55.9+06 50 57Gx (S0)15.214.20.80 × 0.8F, S, R, gbM, rMCG 1-2-52, CGCG 409-61, NPM1G +06.0034, DRCG 2-44
IC 1569 00 40 28.0+06 43 11Gx (S0)15.614.60.40 × 0.4vF, vS, R, gbMMCG 1-2-53, DRCG 2-24
IC 1570 00 40 34.2+06 45 12Gx (S/P)17.016.20.40 × 0.2vF, vS, R, vFNDRCG 2-23
IC 1572 00 41 12.0+16 14 18NFeF, stell, III 200 nr
IC 1592 00 53 27.1+05 46 11Gx (S?)15.014.11.00 × 0.7eF, S, bet * 12 and * 13UGC 543, CGCG 410-15
IC 1593 00 54 39.5+32 31 11*2eF, semi-stellar
IC 1596 00 54 42.7+21 31 23Gx (Sbc)14.613.81.80 × 0.6F, S, E pf, gbMUGC 550, MCG 3-3-7, CGCG 458-9, KARA 39
IC 1598 00 54 41.7+05 46 27Gx (Sa)14.813.91.00 × 0.5Neb * 11, * 9 p 10s, 4'.5 nUGC 553, MCG 1-3-7, MK 962, CGCG 410-16, NPM1G +05.0035
IC 1614 01 05 06.9+33 11 25Gx (E0)17.616.60.30 × 0.3vF, S, E 120°, vlbM, * 15 nrNPM1G +32.0038
IC 1618 01 05 55.9+32 24 46Gx (S0)15.714.71.20 × 0.5vF, SUGC 671, CGCG 501-78, NPM1G +32.0041
IC 1619 01 07 22.4+33 04 01Gx (S?)15.514.60.70 × 0.5F, S, R, gbMFN, bet 2 st 13MCG 5-3-54, CGCG 501-83, ARAK 25
IC 1620 01 07 14.0+13 57 18Gx (SBbc)14.213.41.00 × 0.7F, pS, difUGC 681, MCG 2-3-34, CGCG 435-42, KCPG 22B, IRAS 01045+1341
IC 1632 01 10 43.4+17 41 00Gx (E0)16.515.50.20 × 0.2vF, vS, dif, * 15 v closeDRCG 5-52
IC 1634 01 11 03.0+17 39 45Gx (E0)15.714.70.40 × 0.4F, S, R, gbM, rUGC 740, MCG 3-4-8, CGCG 459-14, DRCG 5-44
IC 1635 01 11 03.6+17 39 06Gx (E0)15.714.70.30 × 0.3F, S, R, gbM, rUGC 739, MCG 3-4-9, CGCG 459-13, DRCG 5-43
IC 1636 01 11 37.3+33 21 18Gx (S0)15.414.40.30 × 0.2F, vS, gbMNCGCG 501-125, CGCG 502-1, NPM1G +33.0035
IC 1638 01 12 21.7+33 21 54Gx (S0)15.114.10.70 × 0.7F, vS, R, gbMN, rMCG 5-3-82, CGCG 501-129, CGCG 502-5, ARAK 34, NPM1G +33.0036
IC 1642 01 12 27.3+15 45 02Gx (E-S0)16.515.50.40 × 0.4F, S, R, lbMNIC 1645, MCG 2-4-8, CGCG 436-9, NPM1G +15.0043
IC 1645 01 12 27.3+15 45 02E-S016.515.50.40 × 0.4F, S, R, difIC 1642, MCG 2-4-8, CGCG 436-9, NPM1G +15.0043
IC 1646 01 12 43.8+15 42 25Gx (SBbc)15.314.50.50 × 0.5vF, pS, difMCG 2-4-9, CGCG 436-10
IC 1648 01 13 42.2+33 13 05Gx (S0)15.414.40.40 × 0.3F, vS, R, N, rCGCG 501-131, CGCG 502-7, NPM1G +32.0053
IC 1652 01 14 56.5+31 56 52Gx (S0-a)14.413.51.10 × 0.3F, S, E ns, * 12 v closeUGC 792, MCG 5-4-3, CGCG 502-9
IC 1653 01 15 07.5+33 22 40S13.913.10.80 × 0.7F, vS, R, gbMN, rNGC 443, UGC 796, MCG 5-4-5, CGCG 502-10, 4ZW 42, NPM1G +33.0038
IC 1654 01 15 11.8+30 11 43Gx (SBa)14.113.21.30 × 1.2F, S, lE, gblM, rUGC 798, MCG 5-4-4, CGCG 502-11, NPM1G +29.0048
IC 1656 01 15 37.9+33 03 59SB0-a15.114.02.20 × 2.2Neb, S * close sf, * 9 sf 3'NGC 447, UGC 804, MCG 5-4-6, CGCG 502-13
IC 1658 01 15 49.6+31 04 50Scd15.014.31.90 × 0.4vF, pS, E, N, rNGC 444, UGC 810, MCG 5-4-7, KCPG 28A, KUG 0113+308, CGCG 502-15
IC 1659 01 16 06.2+30 20 54Gx (E3)14.113.11.20 × 0.9F, S, R, N, rUGC 812, MCG 5-4-8, CGCG 502-17
IC 1661 01 16 12.4+33 03 49Sc14.714.00.70 × 0.5eF, S, RNGC 451, MCG 5-4-11, MK 976, KUG 0113+328B, CGCG 502-19, near SAO 54567
IC 1666 01 19 53.4+32 28 00Gx (Sc)14.213.51.10 × 1.0F, pS, dif, * 13 attUGC 857, MCG 5-4-19, CGCG 502-30, KUG 0117+322, IRAS 01170+3212
IC 1668 01 18 53.2+33 10 20Gx (S?)16.015.20.30 × 0.3eF, vS, R, vFNCGCG 502-24, KUG 0116+329
IC 1669 01 20 06.9+33 11 02Gx (S)15.614.81.00 × 0.2vF, S, difCGCG 502-32
IC 1672 01 20 38.3+29 41 56Gx (Sb)13.813.01.30 × 1.0pB, S, R, gbMN, rUGC 872, MCG 5-4-24, CGCG 502-36, KCPG 30B
IC 1673 01 20 46.3+33 02 44Gx (E0)15.114.10.30 × 0.3F, R, stell NCGCG 502-38, NPM1G +32.0057
IC 1676 01 20 58.5+30 15 36Gx (S)15.414.60.50 × 0.4F, vS, stell NCGCG 502-41, NPM1G +29.0051
IC 1677 01 21 07.1+33 12 56Gx (S?)15.014.10.90 × 0.5F, pS, R, bMNMCG 5-4-25, CGCG 502-42, VV 600, KUG 0118+329
IC 1678 01 21 02.6+05 33 37Gx (C)15.414.40.40 × 0.4F, vS, R, stellCGCG 411-28
IC 1679 01 21 44.5+33 29 34Gx (S?)15.714.80.50 × 0.4F, S, iF, vlbM, difMCG 5-4-27, CGCG 502-48
IC 1680 01 21 51.4+33 16 55Gx (S0-a)15.314.40.70 × 0.5F, vS, bMNMCG 5-4-28, CGCG 502-49
IC 1682 01 22 13.4+33 15 35Gx (S?)14.513.60.80 × 0.4F, vS, R, stellUGC 912, MCG 5-4-32, CGCG 502-53, ARAK 36
IC 1684 01 22 53.2+33 24 47Gx (S)15.815.00.60 × 0.3F, S, R, dif
IC 1685 01 23 06.7+33 11 27Gx (S)15.514.70.50 × 0.4F, S, R, vlbM, dif
IC 1686 01 23 11.5+33 27 35E-S013.212.11.70 × 1.3pB, pS, lE pf, gbMNNGC 499, UGC 926, MCG 5-4-38, CGCG 502-59
IC 1687 01 23 19.3+33 16 37Gx (C)14.713.70.50 × 0.3F, vS, R, bMNMCG 5-4-39, CGCG 502-61, near SAO 54647
IC 1688 01 23 28.2+33 04 58Gx (E3)16.015.00.40 × 0.3F, vS, R, bMN
IC 1689 01 23 48.0+33 03 18Gx (S0/PRG)14.813.80.90 × 0.5F, vS, R, gbMN, * 14 closeMCG 5-4-46, CGCG 502-70, PRC B-3
IC 1690 01 23 49.5+33 09 25Gx (S0)14.913.90.50 × 0.3F, vS, R, stellCGCG 502-71, NPM1G +32.0061
IC 1691 01 24 25.9+33 24 24Gx (S)16.015.20.40 × 0.3pF, vS, R, dif
IC 1692 01 24 39.7+33 14 07Gx (E3)15.614.60.40 × 0.3F, vS, R, gbM, rCGCG 502-76
IC 1695 01 25 07.5+08 41 57Gx (C)15.014.00.70 × 0.7eF, pS, R, * 10 att pUGC 977, MCG 1-4-55, CGCG 411-54
IC 1698 01 25 22.1+14 50 18Gx (S0)14.513.51.30 × 0.4pB, S, iF, bMNUGC 983, MCG 2-4-40, CGCG 436-45
IC 1699 01 25 05.6+14 54 40NFvF, vS, R, gbM= IC 1698?
IC 1700 01 25 24.7+14 51 53E313.912.91.00 × 0.7pB, S, R, gbMNIC 107, UGC 986, MCG 2-4-41, CGCG 436-47
IC 1701 01 25 50.3+18 11 06Gx (C)15.414.41.20 × 1.0F, S, dif, N 13 magUGC 1002, MCG 3-4-35, CGCG 459-50, NPM1G +17.0059
IC 1702 01 25 56.2+16 36 04Gx (Sc)14.313.61.20 × 1.0eeF, pS, lE, v diffic, bet 2 st nsUGC 1005, MCG 3-4-36, CGCG 459-51, IRAS 01232+1620
IC 1704 01 27 09.5+14 46 33Gx (Sbc)14.113.31.10 × 0.8pB, pS, dif, iF, gvlbMUGC 1027, MCG 2-4-52, CGCG 436-54, IRAS 01244+1431
IC 1706 101 27 30.8+14 49 09Gx (C)16.015.00.30 × 0.3F, S, dif, vlbMCGCG 436-57
IC 1706 201 27 31.2+14 49 10Gx (C)16.015.00.30 × 0.3F, S, dif, vlbMCGCG 436-57
IC 1710 01 30 46.4+21 26 25SBc13.512.81.70 × 1.6F, pL, dif, * 13.5 attNGC 575, UGC 1081, MCG 3-4-51, KARA 53, CGCG 459-72
IC 1711 01 30 55.2+17 11 20Gx (Sb)14.413.62.60 × 0.5F, pL, E 260°, gbMUGC 1082, MCG 3-4-52, CGCG 459-73, FGC 18A, IRAS 01282+1655
IC 1715 01 33 34.4+12 35 08Gx (Im)14.614.00.70 × 0.5F, S, R, N, rUGC 1115, MCG 2-5-2, CGCG 437-3, KARA 54, IRAS 01309+1219
IC 1721 01 41 24.4+08 31 34Gx (S?)14.213.31.00 × 0.5pB, pS, E pf, gbM, rUGC 1187, MCG 1-5-19, CGCG 412-15, NPM1G +08.0055
IC 1723 01 43 14.1+08 53 20Gx (Sb)13.913.13.30 × 0.8F, pL, E 200°, glbMUGC 1205, MCG 1-5-28, CGCG 412-22, IRAS 01406+0838
IC 1725 01 45 11.9+21 46 36Gx (Sc)15.314.60.30 × 0.3F, S, pR, difCGCG 460-22, CGCG 482-9
IC 1726 01 45 19.6+04 37 09Gx (C)14.813.80.30 × 0.2F, vS, gbM, * 13.5 closeCGCG 412-25, UM 135, NPM1G +04.0057
IC 1746 01 54 24.2+04 48 13Gx (S0)14.813.81.40 × 0.5F, S, pR, gbMUGC 1371, MCG 1-5-43, CGCG 412-42, UM 145, PHL 1226
IC 1749 01 56 11.0+06 44 44Gx (S0)14.613.60.90 × 0.7F, S, E ns, biN, rUGC 1407, MCG 1-6-1, CGCG 413-3, IRAS 01535+0630, NPM1G +06.0085, KUG 0153+065
IC 1750 01 56 18.7+04 04 35Gx (S0-a)15.514.60.90 × 0.2vF, vS, pR, NUGC 1412, CGCG 413-7
IC 1751 01 56 20.9+05 37 43E012.211.13.00 × 2.9pB, pS, R, * 9 npNGC 741, UGC 1413, MCG 1-6-3, CGCG 413-8, 3ZW 38, VV 175
IC 1754 01 56 49.8+04 01 34Gx (C)15.514.50.80 × 0.8F, S, gbMUGC 1424, CGCG 413-11, NPM1G +03.0067
IC 1770 02 02 14.4+09 58 51Gx (S0)14.813.81.00 × 0.7F, vS, R, stellUGC 1522, MCG 2-6-13, CGCG 438-15, KCPG 51B
IC 1771 02 02 15.8+09 58 07Gx (S0)15.214.20.50 × 0.5F, vS, R, stellMCG 2-6-14, CGCG 438-16, KCPG 51A
IC 1772 02 02 42.8+07 44 44Gx (C)14.613.60.70 × 0.7F, S, slbM, * 8.5 166" nMCG 1-6-33
IC 1776 02 05 15.1+06 06 20Gx (SBcd)13.913.21.30 × 1.1F, pL, iR, difUGC 1579, MCG 1-6-38, CGCG 413-37
IC 1778 02 06 19.4+09 13 38Sab14.814.01.40 × 0.8F, S, R, gbMNIC 199, UGC 1594, MCG 1-6-41, CGCG 413-41
IC 1779 02 06 25.9+03 42 23Gx (E3)14.813.80.40 × 0.3F, S, R, * 14 nrCGCG 387-35, NPM1G +03.0072
IC 5287 23 09 20.3+00 45 25Gx (SBb)14.713.91.10 × 1.0F, vS, R, vlbMUGC 12393, MCG 0-59-3, CGCG 380-3, KARA 1008
IC 5303 23 17 54.8+00 15 53*2vF, S, sbM (? D * in M)
IC 5309 23 19 11.7+08 06 36Gx (Sb)14.513.71.40 × 0.6F, S, fan-shaped, * att sUGC 12498, MCG 1-59-42, CGCG 406-61, IRAS 23166+0750
IC 5330 23 33 26.5-02 53 00*15.3vF, S, bM, others nr
IC 5351 23 47 18.9-02 18 50Gx (E-S0)14.713.60.50 × 0.4cF, vS, bM, * 10 sf 5" ±MCG -1-60-32, HCG 97D, Shkh 30
IC 5352 23 47 19.8-02 16 52Gx (E0)16.615.60.30 × 0.3pF, pS, gbMHCG 97E, Shkh 30
IC 5356 23 47 23.9-02 21 04Gx (S0-a)15.014.10.70 × 0.4pF, R, mbMMCG -1-60-34, HCG 97C, Shkh 30
IC 5357 23 47 23.0-02 18 02Gx (E-S0)14.012.90.90 × 0.5pB, R, mbMMCG -1-60-33, HCG 97A, Shkh 30, PGC 196632
IC 5359 23 47 37.8-02 19 02Gx (Sc)15.715.11.10 × 0.2F, pS, gbM, * 9.5 p 2'MCG -1-60-36, HCG 97B, FGC 2535, Shkh 30
IC 5368 23 59 06.5+06 52 25E316.315.30.30 × 0.2eF, vS, lbM, 3' p or f from ω PsciumIC 1523, NPM1G +06.0624, Omega Psc (4.0) f 2'
IC 5374 00 01 04.6+04 30 00Gx (Sbc)15.114.30.70 × 0.6F, S, E ns, gbM, rMCG 1-1-10, CGCG 408-8, KCPG 601A
IC 5375 00 01 04.9+04 32 31Gx (Sbc)15.114.31.00 × 0.2cF, E ns, gbMN, rMCG 1-1-9, CGCG 408-9, KCPG 601B
IC 5385 00 06 23.0-00 04 36NFeF (not verified)
IC 5386 00 06 28.4-03 43 00E514.213.21.90 × 1.0pB, pS, mE NGC 7832, MCG -1-1-33

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