NGC 14 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 0014 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 14 - Irreguläre Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 14, Arp 235
Apparent magnitude:
12,2 mag
Distance:
45.000.000 ly
Expansion:
36.700 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 08m 46,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+15° 48' 56''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2,1'
NGC 24 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0024 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 24 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 24
Apparent magnitude:
11,5 mag
Distance:
26.000.000 ly
Expansion:
43.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 09m 56,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-24° 57' 47''
Image information
Field of view width:
2,86'
Field of view height:
2,938'
Image scaling:
0,05''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,8'
Apparent object height:
1,3'
NGC 40 - Scarabaeus-Nebel, Bow-Tie Nebula
C002 - Scarabaeus-Nebel, Bow-Tie Nebula
NGC 40 - Scarabaeus-Nebel, Bow-Tie Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
C2, NGC 40, PN G120.0+09.8, PK 120+09.1
Apparent magnitude:
12,3 mag
Distance:
3.500 ly
Expansion:
0,6 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 13m 01s
Dec-Coordinates:
+72° 31' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
13,785''
Field of view height:
9,182''
Image scaling:
0,159''/pixel
Apparent object width:
38''
Apparent object height:
35''
NGC 45 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0045 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 45 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 45
Apparent magnitude:
10,7 mag
Distance:
22.000.000 ly
Expansion:
54.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 14m 04s
Dec-Coordinates:
-23° 10' 55''
Image information
Field of view width:
56,4'
Field of view height:
42,3'
Image scaling:
1,41''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,5'
Apparent object height:
5,9'
NGC 55 - Spiralgalaxie
C072 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 55 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C72, NGC 55, Ben 1
Apparent magnitude:
7,8 mag
Distance:
6.500.000 ly
Expansion:
61.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 14m 53,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-39° 11' 47,9''
Image information
Field of view width:
65,877'
Field of view height:
55,8'
Image scaling:
2,167''/pixel
Apparent object width:
32,4'
Apparent object height:
5,6'

Notes:

The left somewhat elongated part is cataloged under IC 1537.


NGC 83 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 0083 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 83 - Elliptische Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 83
Apparent magnitude:
12,6 mag
Distance:
285.000.000 ly
Expansion:
124.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 22,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 26' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 85 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0085 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 85 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 85
Apparent magnitude:
14,8 mag
Distance:
285.000.000 ly
Expansion:
58.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 25,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 30' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,7'
Apparent object height:
0,5'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 85 - Spiralgalaxie
IC 1546 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 85 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
IC 1546, NGC 85B
Apparent magnitude:
14,8 mag
Distance:
267.000.000 ly
Expansion:
69.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 29s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 30' 21''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,9'
Apparent object height:
0,3'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93 (together they form Arp 65).

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 86 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0086 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 86 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 86
Apparent magnitude:
14,8 mag
Distance:
257.000.000 ly
Expansion:
52.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 28,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 33' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,7'
Apparent object height:
0,3'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 87 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 0087 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 87 - Irreguläre Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 87
Apparent magnitude:
14,1 mag
Distance:
150.000.000 ly
Expansion:
39.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 23s
Dec-Coordinates:
-48° 37' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,11'
Field of view height:
5,651'
Image scaling:
0,229''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,9'
Apparent object height:
0,7'

Notes:

The galaxy group consists of the galaxies NGC 87 (upper right), NGC 88 (center), NGC 89 (lower) and NGC 92 (upper left). Together they form Robert's Quartet.


NGC 88 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0088 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 88 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 88
Apparent magnitude:
14,1 mag
Distance:
151.000.000 ly
Expansion:
35.100 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 23s
Dec-Coordinates:
-48° 37' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,11'
Field of view height:
5,651'
Image scaling:
0,229''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,8'
Apparent object height:
0,5'

Notes:

The galaxy group consists of the galaxies NGC 87 (upper right), NGC 88 (center), NGC 89 (lower) and NGC 92 (upper left). Together they form Robert's Quartet.


NGC 89 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0089 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 89 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 89
Apparent magnitude:
13,3 mag
Distance:
144.000.000 ly
Expansion:
50.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 23s
Dec-Coordinates:
-48° 37' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,11'
Field of view height:
5,651'
Image scaling:
0,229''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
0,6'

Notes:

The galaxy group consists of the galaxies NGC 87 (upper right), NGC 88 (center), NGC 89 (lower) and NGC 92 (upper left). Together they form Robert's Quartet.


NGC 90 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0090 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 90 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 90
Apparent magnitude:
13,7 mag
Distance:
246.000.000 ly
Expansion:
172.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 51,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 24' 00,2''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,4'
Apparent object height:
0,91'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 92 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0092 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 92 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 92
Apparent magnitude:
12,9 mag
Distance:
141.000.000 ly
Expansion:
77.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 21m 23s
Dec-Coordinates:
-48° 37' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,11'
Field of view height:
5,651'
Image scaling:
0,229''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,9'
Apparent object height:
0,9'

Notes:

The galaxy group consists of the galaxies NGC 87 (upper right), NGC 88 (center), NGC 89 (lower) and NGC 92 (upper left). Together they form Robert's Quartet.


NGC 93 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0093 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 93 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 93
Apparent magnitude:
14,34 mag
Distance:
246.000.000 ly
Expansion:
100.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 22m 03,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 24' 29,2''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,4'
Apparent object height:
0,7'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 96 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0096 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 96 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 96
Apparent magnitude:
14,6 mag
Distance:
283.000.000 ly
Expansion:
49.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 22m 17,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 32' 47''
Image information
Field of view width:
18,324'
Field of view height:
16,012'
Image scaling:
0,321''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,6'
Apparent object height:
0,6'

Notes:

At the top is NGC 83.

To the left is NGC 985 with galaxy IC 1546 below it.

Even further left the narrow horizontal galaxy is NGC 86.

In the center is NGC 90 and below it NGC 93. Together they form Arp 65.

In the lower left corner is NGC 96.


NGC 103 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0103 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 103 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 103
Apparent magnitude:
9,8 mag
Distance:
9.900 ly
Expansion:
14 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 25m 16,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 19' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
142,347'
Field of view height:
92,081'
Image scaling:
5,338''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

In the center of the picture is Sh2-173.

In the lower right corner is a very small Sh2-172.

In the upper left corner you can see a part of Sh2-177.

At the bottom of the edge are the star clusters NGC 103 (center) and NGC 136 (left).


NGC 104 - 47 Tucanae
C106 - 47 Tucanae
NGC 104 - 47 Tucanae

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Object information
Catalog designations:
C106, NGC 104, Mel 1, Ben 2
Apparent magnitude:
4,9 mag
Distance:
14.700 ly
Expansion:
132 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 24m 05,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-72° 04' 52,6''
Image information
Field of view width:
482,048'
Field of view height:
321,305'
Image scaling:
5,44''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30,9'
Apparent object height:
30,9'

Notes:

The cloud is the small Magellanic Cloud NGC 292.

The globular cluster above is NGC 104 (47 Tucanae).

The spherical cluster on the left is NGC 362 (C104).

In the cloud there is also NGC 346 (upper big blue spot) and NGC 371 (lower blue spot).

The star cluster NGC 371 is surrounded by the emission nebula N76A.


NGC 136 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0136 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 136 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 136
Apparent magnitude:
11 mag
Distance:
17.000 ly
Expansion:
7,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 31m 30,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 30' 33''
Image information
Field of view width:
142,347'
Field of view height:
92,081'
Image scaling:
5,338''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

In the center of the picture is Sh2-173.

In the lower right corner is a very small Sh2-172.

In the upper left corner you can see a part of Sh2-177.

At the bottom of the edge are the star clusters NGC 103 (center) and NGC 136 (left).


NGC 145 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0145 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 145 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 145, Arp 19
Apparent magnitude:
12,7 mag
Distance:
188.000.000 ly
Expansion:
98.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 31m 45,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-05° 09' 10''
Image information
Field of view width:
7,2'
Field of view height:
5,4'
Image scaling:
0,18''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,8'
Apparent object height:
1,5'
NGC 147 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
C017 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
NGC 147 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C17, NGC 147
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
2.530.000 ly
Expansion:
9.700 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 33m 12,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+48° 30' 31,5''
Image information
Field of view width:
24,225'
Field of view height:
18,233'
Image scaling:
0,969''/pixel
Apparent object width:
13,2'
Apparent object height:
7,8'
NGC 185 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
C018 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
NGC 185 - Elliptische Zwerggalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C18, NGC 185
Apparent magnitude:
9,3 mag
Distance:
2.050.000 ly
Expansion:
6.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 38m 58s
Dec-Coordinates:
+48° 20' 15''
Image information
Field of view width:
38,582'
Field of view height:
28,934'
Image scaling:
0,534''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11,5'
Apparent object height:
9,6'
NGC 188 - Offener Sternhaufen
C001 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 188 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
C1, NGC 188, Mel 2
Apparent magnitude:
8,1 mag
Distance:
6.700 ly
Expansion:
29 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 47m 27,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+85° 16' 11''
Image information
Field of view width:
103,719'
Field of view height:
73,198'
Image scaling:
2,217''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'

Notes:

Is located close to Polaris.


NGC 205 - Elliptische Galaxie
M110 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 205 - Elliptische Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
M110, NGC 205
Apparent magnitude:
7,9 mag
Distance:
2.200.000 ly
Expansion:
12.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 40m 22,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+41° 41' 07''
Image information
Field of view width:
219,765'
Field of view height:
143,015'
Image scaling:
1,673''/pixel
Apparent object width:
19,5'
Apparent object height:
11,5'

Notes:

The galaxy to the left of Andromeda in the image of M31.


NGC 206 - Sternhaufen innerhalb der…
NGC 0206 - Sternhaufen innerhalb der Andromedagalaxie
NGC 206 - Sternhaufen innerhalb der Andromedagalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 206
Apparent magnitude:
15,43 mag
Distance:
2.500.000 ly
Expansion:
3.100 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 40m 31,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+40° 44' 21,4''
Image information
Field of view width:
42,85'
Field of view height:
32,395'
Image scaling:
2,571''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,2'
Apparent object height:
4,2'
NGC 210 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0210 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 210 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 210
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
75.000.000 ly
Expansion:
109.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 40m 35s
Dec-Coordinates:
-13° 52' 22''
Image information
Field of view width:
16,409'
Field of view height:
12,115'
Image scaling:
0,82''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
3,3'
NGC 221 - Andro-Beta
M032 - Andro-Beta
NGC 221 - Andro-Beta

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Object information
Catalog designations:
M32, NGC 221, Arp 168
Apparent magnitude:
8,1 mag
Distance:
2.300.000 ly
Expansion:
5.700 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 42m 41,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+40° 51' 55''
Image information
Field of view width:
219,765'
Field of view height:
143,015'
Image scaling:
1,673''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,5'
Apparent object height:
6,5'

Notes:

The galaxy to the right of Andromeda in the image of M31.


NGC 224 - Andromedagalaxie
M031 - Andromedagalaxie
NGC 224 - Andromedagalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
M31, NGC 224
Apparent magnitude:
3,5 mag
Distance:
2.500.000 ly
Expansion:
139.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
0h 42m 44,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+41° 16' 09''
Image information
Field of view width:
219,765'
Field of view height:
143,015'
Image scaling:
1,673''/pixel
Apparent object width:
191'
Apparent object height:
62'
NGC 225 - Segelboot-Haufen
NGC 0225 - Segelboot-Haufen
NGC 225 - Segelboot-Haufen

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 225
Apparent magnitude:
7 mag
Distance:
2.140 ly
Expansion:
9,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 43m 36,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 46' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
43,409'
Field of view height:
32,675'
Image scaling:
2,368''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'

Notes:

The blue reflection nebula is vdB 4.

The dark nebula above is LDN 1302.


NGC 246 - Skull Nebula
C056 - Skull Nebula
NGC 246 - Skull Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
C56, NGC 246, PN G118.8-74.7, PK 118-74.1
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
2.050 ly
Expansion:
2,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 47m 03,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-11° 52' 17''
Image information
Field of view width:
58'
Field of view height:
36,946'
Image scaling:
1,16''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,1'
Apparent object height:
4,1'

Notes:

On the left edge the galaxy NGC 255 is still visible.


NGC 247 - Spiralgalaxie
C062 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 247 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C62, NGC 247, Ben 3
Apparent magnitude:
8,9 mag
Distance:
8.000.000 ly
Expansion:
46.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 47m 08,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-20° 45' 37,4''
Image information
Field of view width:
51,703'
Field of view height:
37,736'
Image scaling:
0,683''/pixel
Apparent object width:
19,9'
Apparent object height:
5,5'
NGC 253 - Sculptor-Galaxie / Silberdollar-Galaxie
C065 - Sculptor-Galaxie / Silberdollar-Galaxie
NGC 253 - Sculptor-Galaxie / Silberdollar-Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C65, NGC 253, Ben 4
Apparent magnitude:
7,3 mag
Distance:
11.000.000 ly
Expansion:
92.800 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 47m 33,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-25° 17' 18''
Image information
Field of view width:
246,638'
Field of view height:
164,574'
Image scaling:
6,69''/pixel
Apparent object width:
29'
Apparent object height:
6,8'

Notes:

In the upper left is the star cluster NGC 288.

In the center is NGC 253 (C65).


NGC 255 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0255 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 255 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 255
Apparent magnitude:
11,9 mag
Distance:
73.000.000 ly
Expansion:
65.800 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 47m 47,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-11° 28' 07''
Image information
Field of view width:
58'
Field of view height:
36,946'
Image scaling:
1,16''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,1'
Apparent object height:
2,7'

Notes:

NGC 247 can be seen in the center.


NGC 266 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0266 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 266 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 266
Apparent magnitude:
11,8 mag
Distance:
215.000.000 ly
Expansion:
188.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 49m 47,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+32° 16' 40''
Image information
Field of view width:
12,733'
Field of view height:
9,508'
Image scaling:
0,637''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
2,9'
NGC 281 - Pacman-Nebel
NGC 0281 - Pacman-Nebel
NGC 281 - Pacman-Nebel

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 281, IC 11, Sh2-184
Apparent magnitude:
7,3 mag
Distance:
9.500 ly
Expansion:
100 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 52m 25s
Dec-Coordinates:
+56° 34' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,688'
Field of view height:
46,361'
Image scaling:
0,861''/pixel
Apparent object width:
35'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

The nebula is NGC 281.

In the center is the open cluster IC 1590, which is causing the nebula to glow.


NGC 288 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 0288 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 288 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 288, Mel 3, Ben 5
Apparent magnitude:
9,37 mag
Distance:
30.000 ly
Expansion:
110 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 52m 47,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-26° 35' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
246,638'
Field of view height:
164,574'
Image scaling:
6,69''/pixel
Apparent object width:
13'
Apparent object height:
13'

Notes:

In the upper left is the star cluster NGC 288.

In the center is NGC 253 (C65).


NGC 289 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0289 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 289 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 289
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
72.000.000 ly
Expansion:
107.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 52m 42,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-31° 12' 21''
Image information
Field of view width:
13,58'
Field of view height:
11,716'
Image scaling:
0,639''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,1'
Apparent object height:
3,6'
NGC 292 - Kleine Magellansche Wolke
NGC 0292 - Kleine Magellansche Wolke
NGC 292 - Kleine Magellansche Wolke

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 292, PGC 3085
Apparent magnitude:
1,87 mag
Distance:
200.000 ly
Expansion:
18.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 52m 44s
Dec-Coordinates:
-72° 49' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
482,048°
Field of view height:
321,305°
Image scaling:
5,44''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,3°
Apparent object height:
3,4°

Notes:

The cloud is the small Magellanic Cloud NGC 292.

The globular cluster above is NGC 104 (47 Tucanae).

The globular star cluster to the left is NGC 362 (C104).

In the cloud there is also NGC 346 (upper big blue spot) and NGC 371 (lower blue spot).

The star cluster NGC 371 is surrounded by the emission nebula N76A.


NGC 300 - Spiralgalaxie
C070 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 300 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C70, NGC 300, Ben 6
Apparent magnitude:
8,1 mag
Distance:
5.000.000 ly
Expansion:
27.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 54m 53,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-37° 41' 04''
Image information
Field of view width:
79,222'
Field of view height:
57,94'
Image scaling:
2,606''/pixel
Apparent object width:
19'
Apparent object height:
12,9'
NGC 339 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 0339 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 339 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 339
Apparent magnitude:
12,8 mag
Distance:
186.000 ly
Expansion:
120 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 57m 42s
Dec-Coordinates:
-74° 28' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
3,335'
Field of view height:
3,364'
Image scaling:
0,051''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,2'
Apparent object height:
2,2'
NGC 341 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0341 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 341 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 341, Arp 59
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
205.000.000 ly
Expansion:
71.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 00m 45,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-09° 11' 09''
Image information
Field of view width:
5,6'
Field of view height:
4,2'
Image scaling:
0,14''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
1,1'

Notes:

At the end of the spiral arm is the irregular galaxy PGC 3627.


NGC 346 - offener Sternhaufen umgeben…
NGC 0346 - offener Sternhaufen umgeben von Emissionsnebel
NGC 346 - offener Sternhaufen umgeben von Emissionsnebel

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 346
Apparent magnitude:
10,3 mag
Distance:
210.000 ly
Expansion:
860 ly
RA-Coordinates:
00h 59m 05s
Dec-Coordinates:
-72° 10' 38''
Image information
Field of view width:
482,048'
Field of view height:
321,305'
Image scaling:
5,44''/pixel
Apparent object width:
14'
Apparent object height:
11'

Notes:

The cloud is the small Magellanic Cloud NGC 292.

The globular cluster above is NGC 104 (47 Tucanae).

The globular cluster to the left is NGC 362 (C104).

In the cloud there is also NGC 346 (upper big blue spot) and NGC 371 (lower blue spot).

The star cluster NGC 371 is surrounded by the emission nebula N76A.


NGC 362 - Kugelsternhaufen
C104 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 362 - Kugelsternhaufen

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Object information
Catalog designations:
C104, NGC 362, Mel 4, Ben 7
Apparent magnitude:
6,4 mag
Distance:
28.000 ly
Expansion:
114 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 03m 14,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-70° 50' 54''
Image information
Field of view width:
482,048'
Field of view height:
321,305'
Image scaling:
5,44''/pixel
Apparent object width:
14'
Apparent object height:
14'

Notes:

The cloud is the small Magellanic cloud NGC 292.

The globular cluster above is NGC 104 (47 Tucanae).

The globular cluster to the left is NGC 362 (C104).

In the cloud there is also NGC 346 (upper big blue spot) and NGC 371 (lower blue spot).

The star cluster NGC 371 is surrounded by the emission nebula N76A.


NGC 371 - Hodge 53
NGC 0371 - Hodge 53
NGC 371 - Hodge 53

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 371, Hodge 53, Mel 5
Apparent magnitude:
12,32 mag
Distance:
200.000 ly
Expansion:
440 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 03m 25s
Dec-Coordinates:
-72° 04' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
482,048'
Field of view height:
321,305'
Image scaling:
5,44''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,5'
Apparent object height:
7,5'

Notes:

The cloud is the small Magellanic cloud NGC 292.

The globular cluster above is NGC 104 (47 Tucanae).

The globular cluster to the left is NGC 362 (C104).

In the cloud there is also NGC 346 (upper big blue spot) and NGC 371 (lower blue spot).

The star cluster NGC 371 is surrounded by the emission nebula N76A.


NGC 436 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0436 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 436 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 436, Mel 6
Apparent magnitude:
8,8 mag
Distance:
9.800 ly
Expansion:
14 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 15m 57,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+58° 49' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
93,723'
Field of view height:
63,824'
Image scaling:
1,357''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

The star cluster on the upper left is C13 (NGC 457).

In the lower right is NGC 436.


NGC 455 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0455 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 455 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 455, Arp 164
Apparent magnitude:
12,6 mag
Distance:
264.000.000 ly
Expansion:
154.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 15m 57,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+05° 10' 43''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
1,2'

Notes:

The galaxy to the left of NGC 455 is PGC 4583.


NGC 457 - Eulenhaufen
C013 - Eulenhaufen
NGC 457 - Eulenhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
C13, NGC 457, Mel 7
Apparent magnitude:
6,4 mag
Distance:
7.920 ly
Expansion:
46 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 19m 32,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+58° 17' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
93,723'
Field of view height:
63,824'
Image scaling:
1,357''/pixel
Apparent object width:
20'
Apparent object height:
20'

Notes:

The star cluster on the upper left is C13 (NGC 457).

Bottom right is NGC 436.


NGC 467 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0467 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 467 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 467
Apparent magnitude:
12,1 mag
Distance:
248.000.000 ly
Expansion:
123.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 19m 10,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+03° 18' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,509'
Field of view height:
28,35'
Image scaling:
0,781''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,7'
Apparent object height:
1,7'

Notes:

On the left is NGC 474.

To the right is NGC 470.

Together they form the galaxy pair Arp 227, with the center located in NGC 474.

On the lower right is the galaxy NGC 467.

The three galaxies form the galaxy trio KTG 5.

The center of the galaxy group is referred to as Abell 227.


NGC 470 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0470 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 470 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 470
Apparent magnitude:
11,7 mag
Distance:
109.000.000 ly
Expansion:
91.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 19m 44,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+03° 24' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,509'
Field of view height:
28,35'
Image scaling:
0,781''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,9'
Apparent object height:
1,7'

Notes:

On the left is NGC 474.

To the right is NGC 470.

Together they form the galaxy pair Arp 227, with the center located in NGC 474.

On the lower right is the galaxy NGC 467.

The three galaxies form the galaxy trio KTG 5.

The center of the galaxy group is referred to as Abell 227.


NGC 474 - Post-Merger-Galaxie, Shell-Galaxie
NGC 0474 - Post-Merger-Galaxie, Shell-Galaxie
NGC 474 - Post-Merger-Galaxie, Shell-Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 474
Apparent magnitude:
11,3 mag
Distance:
107.000.000 ly
Expansion:
221.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 20m 06,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+03° 24' 55''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,509'
Field of view height:
28,35'
Image scaling:
0,781''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,1'
Apparent object height:
6,3'

Notes:

On the left is NGC 474.

To the right is NGC 470.

Together they form the galaxy pair Arp 227, with the center located in NGC 474.

On the lower right is the galaxy NGC 467.

The three galaxies form the galaxy trio KTG 5.

The center of the galaxy group is referred to as Abell 227.


NGC 488 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0488 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 488 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 488
Apparent magnitude:
10,4 mag
Distance:
105.000.000 ly
Expansion:
165.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 21m 46,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+05° 15' 24,2''
Image information
Field of view width:
16,564'
Field of view height:
14,73'
Image scaling:
0,663''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,4'
Apparent object height:
3,9'
NGC 497 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0497 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 497 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 497, Arp 8
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
366.000.000 ly
Expansion:
224.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 22m 23,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-00° 52' 31''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,1'
Apparent object height:
0,9'
NGC 520 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 0520 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 520 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 520, Arp 157
Apparent magnitude:
11,3 mag
Distance:
105.000.000 ly
Expansion:
104.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 24m 35,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+03° 47' 33''
Image information
Field of view width:
40,158'
Field of view height:
26,825'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,4'
Apparent object height:
1,7'
NGC 521 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0521 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 521 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 521
Apparent magnitude:
11,7 mag
Distance:
227.000.000 ly
Expansion:
178.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 24m 33,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+01° 43' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
17,353'
Field of view height:
15,077'
Image scaling:
0,324''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,7'
Apparent object height:
2,4'
NGC 523 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0523 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 523 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 523, NGC 537, Arp 158
Apparent magnitude:
12,7 mag
Distance:
219.000.000 ly
Expansion:
159.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 25m 20,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+34° 01' 30''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,5'
Apparent object height:
0,7'
NGC 524 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0524 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 524 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 524
Apparent magnitude:
10,4 mag
Distance:
111.000.000 ly
Expansion:
90.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 24m 47,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+09° 32' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2,8'
NGC 541 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 0541 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 541 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 541, Arp 133
Apparent magnitude:
12,2 mag
Distance:
245.000.000 ly
Expansion:
128.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 25m 44,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-01° 22' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
16'
Field of view height:
12'
Image scaling:
0,4''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,8'
Apparent object height:
1,7'

Notes:

NGC 541 is a member of the galaxy cluster Abell 194.

The small blue galaxy to the left of NGC 541 is named Minkowski's Object.

Diagonally above it on the left is the pair of galaxies Arp 308 (NGC 545 above, NGC 547 below).


NGC 559 - Offener Sternhaufen
C008 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 559 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
C8, NGC 559
Apparent magnitude:
9,5 mag
Distance:
4.100 ly
Expansion:
8,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 29m 33s
Dec-Coordinates:
+63° 18' 05''
Image information
Field of view width:
113,547'
Field of view height:
74,373'
Image scaling:
4,258''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7'
Apparent object height:
7'

Notes:

The dark cloud next to it is LDN 1325.


NGC 578 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0578 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 578 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 578
Apparent magnitude:
10,8 mag
Distance:
72.000.000 ly
Expansion:
101.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 30m 29,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-22° 40' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
20,141'
Field of view height:
15,263'
Image scaling:
0,966''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,8'
Apparent object height:
3'
NGC 581 - Offener Sternhaufen
M103 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 581 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
M103, NGC 581, Mel 8
Apparent magnitude:
7,4 mag
Distance:
8.500 ly
Expansion:
15 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 33m 21,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+60° 39' 29''
Image information
Field of view width:
60,316'
Field of view height:
45,582'
Image scaling:
1,885''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'
NGC 595 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 0595 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 595 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 595
Apparent magnitude:
13,1 mag
Distance:
2.760.000 ly
Expansion:
400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 33m 33,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+30° 41' 30''
Image information
Field of view width:
1,24'
Field of view height:
1,236'
Image scaling:
0,035''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,5'
Apparent object height:
0,5'

Notes:

The emission nebula is located in the galaxy M33.


NGC 598 - Dreiecksgalaxie
M033 - Dreiecksgalaxie
NGC 598 - Dreiecksgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
M33, NGC 598
Apparent magnitude:
5,5 mag
Distance:
2.760.000 ly
Expansion:
55.200 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 33m 50,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+30° 39' 37''
Image information
Field of view width:
99,759'
Field of view height:
61,295'
Image scaling:
1,571''/pixel
Apparent object width:
68,7'
Apparent object height:
41,6'

Notes:

The small red nebula area directly below the center is NGC 595.

In the upper right of the galaxy, the small nebula area NGC 604 can be seen.


NGC 604 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 0604 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 604 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 604
Apparent magnitude:
12 mag
Distance:
2.760.000 ly
Expansion:
1.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 34m 33,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+30° 47' 06''
Image information
Field of view width:
3,062'
Field of view height:
2,486'
Image scaling:
0,05''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,95'
Apparent object height:
1,95'

Notes:

The emission nebula is located at the edge of the galaxy M33.


NGC 612 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 0612 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 612 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 612
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
396.000.000 ly
Expansion:
173.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 33m 57,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 29' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
24'
Field of view height:
18'
Image scaling:
0,6''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
0,9'

Notes:

The bright galaxy at the left edge of the image is NGC 623.

Directly to the right is NGC 619.

The galaxy on the right is NGC 612.

In the lower right corner is PGC 5807 and in the center of the image is PGC 5862.


NGC 613 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0613 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 613 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 613, Ben 8
Apparent magnitude:
9,9 mag
Distance:
65.000.000 ly
Expansion:
104.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 34m 18,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-29° 25' 06''
Image information
Field of view width:
16,767'
Field of view height:
16,767'
Image scaling:
0,503''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,5'
Apparent object height:
4,4'
NGC 619 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0619 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 619 - Spiralgalaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 619
Apparent magnitude:
13,5 mag
Distance:
378.000.000 ly
Expansion:
165.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 34m 51,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 29' 22''
Image information
Field of view width:
24'
Field of view height:
18'
Image scaling:
0,6''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
1'

Notes:

The bright galaxy at the left edge of the image is NGC 623.

Directly to the right is NGC 619.

The galaxy on the right is NGC 612.

In the lower right corner is PGC 5807 and in the center of the image is PGC 5862.


NGC 623 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 0623 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 623 - Elliptische Galaxie

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 623
Apparent magnitude:
12,6 mag
Distance:
398.000.000 ly
Expansion:
232.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 35m 06,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 29' 25''
Image information
Field of view width:
24'
Field of view height:
18'
Image scaling:
0,6''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

The bright galaxy at the left edge of the image is NGC 623.

Just to the right of it is NGC 619.

The galaxy on the right is NGC 612.

In the lower right corner is PGC 5807 and in the center of the image is PGC 5862.


NGC 628 - Spiralgalaxie
M074 - Phantomgalaxie
NGC 628 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
M74, NGC 628
Apparent magnitude:
9,1 mag
Distance:
34.000.000 ly
Expansion:
104.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 36m 41,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+15° 47' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
40,182'
Field of view height:
30,081'
Image scaling:
1,332''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10,5'
Apparent object height:
9,5'
NGC 646 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 0646 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 646 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 646
Apparent magnitude:
13,5 mag
Distance:
354.000.000 ly
Expansion:
206.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 37m 21,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-64° 53' 41''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

The large spiral galaxy is NGC 646-1, and the small one on the left spiral arm is PGC 6014 (NGC 646-2).


NGC 650 - Kleiner Hantelnebel
M076 - Kleiner Hantelnebel
NGC 650 - Kleiner Hantelnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
M76, NGC 650, NGC 651, PN G130.9-10.5, PK 130-10.1
Apparent magnitude:
10,1 mag
Distance:
3.400 ly
Expansion:
3,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 42m 19,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+51° 34' 32''
Image information
Field of view width:
30,943'
Field of view height:
24,493'
Image scaling:
0,565''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,12'
Apparent object height:
3,12'
NGC 654 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0654 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 654 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 654, Mel 9
Apparent magnitude:
6,5 mag
Distance:
6.650 ly
Expansion:
12 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 43m 59,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 52' 58''
Image information
Field of view width:
93,516'
Field of view height:
63,683'
Image scaling:
1,354''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

On the left the star cluster is NGC 659.

In the center the large Star cluster is NGC 663.

In the lower right is the Star cluster NGC 654 with the reflection nebula vdB 6.


NGC 659 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0659 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 659 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 659, Mel 10
Apparent magnitude:
7,9 mag
Distance:
6.300 ly
Expansion:
11 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 44m 23s
Dec-Coordinates:
+60° 40' 09''
Image information
Field of view width:
93,516'
Field of view height:
63,683'
Image scaling:
1,354''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

On the left the star cluster is NGC 659.

In the center the large star cluster is NGC 663.

In the lower right is the star cluster NGC 654 with the reflection nebula vdB 6.


NGC 660 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0660 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 660 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 660
Apparent magnitude:
10,7 mag
Distance:
42.000.000 ly
Expansion:
101.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 43m 02,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+13° 38' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
41,929'
Field of view height:
29,723'
Image scaling:
1,322''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,3'
Apparent object height:
3,2'
NGC 663 - Offener Sternhaufen
C010 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 663 - Offener Sternhaufen

Hewholooks, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
C10, NGC 663
Apparent magnitude:
7,1 mag
Distance:
6.400 ly
Expansion:
28 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 46m 16s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 13' 05''
Image information
Field of view width:
68,214'
Field of view height:
51,347'
Image scaling:
3,721''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'
NGC 663 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 0663 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 663 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 663, Mel 11
Apparent magnitude:
10,3 mag
Distance:
6.400 ly
Expansion:
13 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 46m 16s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 13' 05''
Image information
Field of view width:
93,516'
Field of view height:
63,683'
Image scaling:
1,354''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,2'
Apparent object height:
4,3'

Notes:

On the left the star cluster is NGC 659.

In the center the large star cluster is NGC 663.

In the lower right is the star cluster NGC 654 with the reflection nebula vdB 6.


NGC 672 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0672 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 672 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 672
Apparent magnitude:
10,7 mag
Distance:
25.000.000 ly
Expansion:
43.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 47m 54,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+27° 25' 55,8''
Image information
Field of view width:
15,77'
Field of view height:
14,877'
Image scaling:
0,261''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
2,4'

Notes:

The galaxy on the upper right is NGC 672.

The galaxy on the lower left is IC 1727.


NGC 678 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0678 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 678 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 678
Apparent magnitude:
12,5 mag
Distance:
131.000.000 ly
Expansion:
171.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 49m 24,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+21° 59' 50,3''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,9'
Field of view height:
49,267'
Image scaling:
1,478''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,5'
Apparent object height:
0,8'

Notes:

To the right of the center of the image is the elliptical galaxy NGC 680.

Directly to the right is NGC 678.

Left below the center of the image is IC 167 (Arp 31) and diagonally right below it is NGC 691.

At the top left of the screen is NGC 697 (NGC 674).


NGC 680 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 0680 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 680 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 680
Apparent magnitude:
11,9 mag
Distance:
136.000.000 ly
Expansion:
71.200 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 49m 47,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
21° 58' 15,1''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,9'
Field of view height:
49,267'
Image scaling:
1,478''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,8'
Apparent object height:
1,6'

Notes:

To the right of the center of the image is the elliptical galaxy NGC 680.

Directly to the right is NGC 678.

Left below the center of the image is IC 167 (Arp 31) and diagonally right below it is NGC 691.

At the top left of the screen is NGC 697 (NGC 674).


NGC 691 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0691 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 691 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 691
Apparent magnitude:
11,5 mag
Distance:
124.000.000 ly
Expansion:
126.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 50m 41,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+21° 45' 35,7''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,9'
Field of view height:
49,267'
Image scaling:
1,478''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,5'
Apparent object height:
2,6'

Notes:

To the right of the center of the image is the elliptical galaxy NGC 680.

Directly to the right is NGC 678.

Left below the center of the image is IC 167 (Arp 31) and diagonally right below it is NGC 691.

At the top left of the screen is NGC 697 (NGC 674).


NGC 697 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0697 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 697 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 697, NGC 674
Apparent magnitude:
12 mag
Distance:
143.000.000 ly
Expansion:
166.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 51m 17,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 21' 28,7''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,9'
Field of view height:
49,267'
Image scaling:
1,478''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4'
Apparent object height:
1,3'

Notes:

To the right of the center of the image is the elliptical galaxy NGC 680.

Directly to the right is NGC 678.

Left below the center of the image is IC 167 (Arp 31) and diagonally right below it is NGC 691.

At the top left of the screen is NGC 697 (NGC 674).


NGC 702 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0702 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 702 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 702, Arp 75
Apparent magnitude:
13,1 mag
Distance:
474.000.000 ly
Expansion:
165.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 51m 18,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-04° 03' 07''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
0,8'
NGC 752 - Offener Sternhaufen
C028 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 752 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
C28, NGC 752, Mel 12
Apparent magnitude:
5,7 mag
Distance:
1.500 ly
Expansion:
25 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 57m 34,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+37° 50' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
148,515'
Field of view height:
98,888'
Image scaling:
1,829''/pixel
Apparent object width:
58,2'
Apparent object height:
58,2'
NGC 772 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0772 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 772 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 772
Apparent magnitude:
10,3 mag
Distance:
114.000.000 ly
Expansion:
239.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
01h 59m 19,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+19° 00' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
25,8'
Field of view height:
20,64'
Image scaling:
0,645''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,2'
Apparent object height:
4,3'

Notes:

The large galaxy in the center of the image is NGC 772.

The small galaxy below is NGC 770.

Together they form the interacting pair of glaxies Arp78.


NGC 869 - h Persei
NGC 0869 - h Persei
NGC 869 - h Persei
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 869, Mel 13
Apparent magnitude:
5,3 mag
Distance:
8.300 ly
Expansion:
72 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 19m 00s
Dec-Coordinates:
+57° 09' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
170,893'
Field of view height:
125,546'
Image scaling:
3,662''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

The right star cluster is NGC 869, the left one is NGC 884.


NGC 884 - Chi Persei
NGC 0884 - Chi Persei
NGC 884 - Chi Persei
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 884, Mel 14
Apparent magnitude:
6,1 mag
Distance:
8.200 ly
Expansion:
72 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 22m 00s
Dec-Coordinates:
+57° 08' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
170,893'
Field of view height:
125,546'
Image scaling:
3,662''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

The right star cluster is NGC 869, the left one is NGC 884.


NGC 891 - Silver Sliver Galaxy…
C023 - Silver Sliver Galaxy (Outer Limits Galaxy)
NGC 891 - Silver Sliver Galaxy (Outer Limits Galaxy)

Hewholooks, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
C23, NGC 891
Apparent magnitude:
10,1 mag
Distance:
30.000.000 ly
Expansion:
102.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 22m 33,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+42° 20' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
24,029'
Field of view height:
18,911'
Image scaling:
0,481''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11,7'
Apparent object height:
1,6'
NGC 896 - Fischkopfnebel
IC 1795 - Fischkopfnebel
NGC 896 - Fischkopfnebel

Nicocarver, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
IC 1795, NGC 896
Apparent magnitude:
6,8 mag
Distance:
6.000 ly
Expansion:
70 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 26m 31,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+62° 02' 30''
Image information
Field of view width:
266,334'
Field of view height:
239,063'
Image scaling:
3,087''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
20'

Notes:

The mouth of the fish (small blue nebula) was discovered first and is called NGC 896.

The bright blue spot in the center of the Heart Nebula is Mel 15 (Collinder 26).

In the center of the Soul Nebula, the bright brown nebula is IC 1871.

The small nebula to the left of the Heart Nebula is Sh2-196. In between are very faintly visible, close together Sh2-192, Sh2-193 and Sh2-194.

The small nebula to the left of the Soul Nebula is Sh2-201.

The small nebula to the lower right of the Soul Nebula is Sh2-198.


NGC 918 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0918 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 918 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 918
Apparent magnitude:
12,4 mag
Distance:
71.000.000 ly
Expansion:
72.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 25m 50,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+18° 29' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
40,635'
Field of view height:
32,178'
Image scaling:
0,744''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,5'
Apparent object height:
2'
NGC 925 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 0925 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 925 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 925
Apparent magnitude:
9,9 mag
Distance:
71.000.000 ly
Expansion:
217.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 27m 16,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+33° 34' 45''
Image information
Field of view width:
47,347'
Field of view height:
35,516'
Image scaling:
1,347''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10,5'
Apparent object height:
5,9'
NGC 1024 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1024 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1024 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1024, Arp 333
Apparent magnitude:
12,3 mag
Distance:
160.000.000 ly
Expansion:
182.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 39m 11,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+10° 50' 49''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,9'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

In the center of the image is NGC 1024.

On the left edge are NGC 1028 (upper galaxy) and NGC 1029 (lower galaxy).

On the right edge, PGC 1385855 can be seen.


NGC 1027 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1027 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1027 - Offener Sternhaufen

Nicocarver, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1027, Mel 16
Apparent magnitude:
6,7 mag
Distance:
2.500 ly
Expansion:
11 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 42m 35s
Dec-Coordinates:
+61° 35' 40''
Image information
Field of view width:
266,334'
Field of view height:
239,063'
Image scaling:
3,087''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'

Notes:

The mouth of the fish (small blue nebula) was first discovered and is named NGC 896.

The bright blue spot in the center of the Heart Nebula is Mel 15 (Collinder 26).

In the center of the Soul Nebula, the bright brown nebula is IC 1871.

The small nebula to the left of the Heart Nebula is Sh2-196. Between them, very faintly visible, close together are Sh2-192, Sh2-193 and Sh2-194.

The small nebula to the left of the Soul Nebula is Sh2-201.

The small nebula to the lower right of the Soul Nebula is Sh2-198.


NGC 1035 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1035 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1035 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1035
Apparent magnitude:
12,2 mag
Distance:
55.000.000 ly
Expansion:
43.200 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 39m 29,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-08° 07' 59''
Image information
Field of view width:
40'
Field of view height:
30'
Image scaling:
1''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,7'
Apparent object height:
0,6'

Notes:

In the upper right corner is NGC 1035.

On the left is NGC 1052.

At the bottom of the image is NGC 1042.


NGC 1039 - Offener Sternhaufen
M034 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1039 - Offener Sternhaufen

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
M34, NGC 1039, Mel 17
Apparent magnitude:
5,2 mag
Distance:
1.400 ly
Expansion:
14 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 42m 07,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+42° 44' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
60,773'
Field of view height:
45,945'
Image scaling:
0,783''/pixel
Apparent object width:
35'
Apparent object height:
35'
NGC 1042 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1042 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1042 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1042
Apparent magnitude:
11 mag
Distance:
61.000.000 ly
Expansion:
76.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 40m 24s
Dec-Coordinates:
-08° 26' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
40'
Field of view height:
30'
Image scaling:
1''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,3'
Apparent object height:
3,6'

Notes:

In the upper right corner is NGC 1035.

On the left is NGC 1052.

At the bottom of the image is NGC 1042.


NGC 1052 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1052 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1052 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1052
Apparent magnitude:
10,5 mag
Distance:
67.000.000 ly
Expansion:
54.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 41m 04,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-08° 15' 21''
Image information
Field of view width:
40'
Field of view height:
30'
Image scaling:
1''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the upper right corner is NGC 1035.

On the left is NGC 1052.

At the bottom of the image is NGC 1042.


NGC 1055 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1055 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1055 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1055
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
45.000.000 ly
Expansion:
99.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 41m 45,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 26' 35''
Image information
Field of view width:
51,056'
Field of view height:
53,36'
Image scaling:
1,317''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,6'
Apparent object height:
2,7'

Notes:

M77 can be seen below.


NGC 1068 - Spiralgalaxie
M077 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1068 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
M77, NGC 1068, Arp 37, Ben 9
Apparent magnitude:
8,9 mag
Distance:
51.000.000 ly
Expansion:
105.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 42m 40,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-00° 00' 48''
Image information
Field of view width:
51,056'
Field of view height:
53,36'
Image scaling:
1,317''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,1'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

Above is the galaxy NGC 1055.


NGC 1073 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1073 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1073 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1073
Apparent magnitude:
10,8 mag
Distance:
54.000.000 ly
Expansion:
77.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 43m 40,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+01° 22' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
16,833'
Field of view height:
11,937'
Image scaling:
0,842''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,9'
Apparent object height:
4,3'
NGC 1097 - Spiralgalaxie
C067 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1097 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
C67, NGC 1097, Arp 77, Ben 10
Apparent magnitude:
9,5 mag
Distance:
53.000.000 ly
Expansion:
145.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 46m 19s
Dec-Coordinates:
-30° 16' 30''
Image information
Field of view width:
58,85'
Field of view height:
39,203'
Image scaling:
0,904''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9,4'
Apparent object height:
6,6'

Notes:

The small white dot in the right spiral arm is NGC 1097A.


NGC 1132 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1132 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1132 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1132
Apparent magnitude:
12,3 mag
Distance:
310.000.000 ly
Expansion:
225.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 52m 51,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-01° 16' 29''
Image information
Field of view width:
12'
Field of view height:
9'
Image scaling:
0,3''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,5'
Apparent object height:
1,3'
NGC 1134 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1134 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1134 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1134, Arp 200
Apparent magnitude:
12,3 mag
Distance:
164.000.000 ly
Expansion:
119.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 53m 41,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+13° 00' 51''
Image information
Field of view width:
12,833'
Field of view height:
7'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,5'
Apparent object height:
0,9'

Notes:

On the left is NGC 1134, on the right is PGC 10907.


NGC 1140 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 1140 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 1140 - Irreguläre Galaxie

Hubble ESA, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1140
Apparent magnitude:
12,5 mag
Distance:
66.000.000 ly
Expansion:
42.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
02h 54m 33,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-10° 01' 40''
Image information
Field of view width:
1,9'
Field of view height:
1,353'
Image scaling:
0,089''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,2'
Apparent object height:
1'
NGC 1169 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1169 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1169 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1169
Apparent magnitude:
11,3 mag
Distance:
112.000.000 ly
Expansion:
130.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 03m 34,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+46° 23' 10,9''
Image information
Field of view width:
24,966'
Field of view height:
17,666'
Image scaling:
0,365''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4'
Apparent object height:
2,6'
NGC 1232 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1232 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1232 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1232, Arp 41, Ben 10a
Apparent magnitude:
9,8 mag
Distance:
68.000.000 ly
Expansion:
146.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 09m 45,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-20° 34' 45,5''
Image information
Field of view width:
17,505'
Field of view height:
17,505'
Image scaling:
0,498''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,4'
Apparent object height:
6,5'

Notes:

The small galaxy at the left end of the spiral arm is NGC 1232A (PGC 11834).


NGC 1245 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1245 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1245 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1245, Mel 18
Apparent magnitude:
8,4 mag
Distance:
9.400 ly
Expansion:
27 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 14m 41,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+47° 14' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
51,316'
Field of view height:
34,262'
Image scaling:
0,516''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10'
Apparent object height:
10'
NGC 1253 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 1253 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 1253 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1253, Arp 279
Apparent magnitude:
11,7 mag
Distance:
76.000.000 ly
Expansion:
144.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 14m 09s
Dec-Coordinates:
-02° 49' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
24'
Field of view height:
18'
Image scaling:
0,6''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,5'
Apparent object height:
2,5'

Notes:

NGC 1253 is the right galaxy, NGC 1253A (PGC 12053) the left one.


NGC 1261 - Kugelsternhaufen
C087 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1261 - Kugelsternhaufen

Lithopsian, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
C87, NGC 1261, Mel 19, Ben 11
Apparent magnitude:
8,4 mag
Distance:
53.500 ly
Expansion:
106 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 12m 15,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-55° 13' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
1,706'
Field of view height:
1,706'
Image scaling:
0,050''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,8'
Apparent object height:
6,8'
NGC 1275 - Perseus A
C024 - Perseus A
NGC 1275 - Perseus A
Object information
Catalog designations:
C24, NGC 1275
Apparent magnitude:
11,7 mag
Distance:
240.000.000 ly
Expansion:
161.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 19m 48,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+41° 30' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
14,663'
Field of view height:
14,663'
Image scaling:
0,21''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,3'
Apparent object height:
1,6'
NGC 1291 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1291 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1291 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1291, NGC 1269, Ben 12
Apparent magnitude:
8,5 mag
Distance:
32.000.000 ly
Expansion:
102.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 17m 18,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-41° 06' 29''
Image information
Field of view width:
77,103'
Field of view height:
57,833'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11'
Apparent object height:
9,5'
NGC 1300 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1300 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1300 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1300
Apparent magnitude:
10,3 mag
Distance:
67.000.000 ly
Expansion:
121.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 19m 41,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-19° 24' 41''
Image information
Field of view width:
33,313'
Field of view height:
23,469'
Image scaling:
0,534''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,2'
Apparent object height:
4,1'
NGC 1313 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1313 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1313 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1313, Ben 13
Apparent magnitude:
9,1 mag
Distance:
14.000.000 ly
Expansion:
37.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 18m 16s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 29' 54''
Image information
Field of view width:
31,872'
Field of view height:
31,374'
Image scaling:
0,498''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9,2'
Apparent object height:
7,2'

Notes:

NGC 1313A is visible in the lower left corner.


NGC 1316 - Fornax A
NGC 1316 - Fornax A
NGC 1316 - Fornax A
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1316, Arp 154, Ben 14
Apparent magnitude:
8,4 mag
Distance:
73.000.000 ly
Expansion:
234.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 22m 41,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-37° 12' 30''
Image information
Field of view width:
76,731'
Field of view height:
57,531'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11'
Apparent object height:
7,2'

Notes:

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1316 (Arp 154).

Directly to the left is NGC 1317.

Centered on the left edge is NGC 1326.

Below that in the left corner is the pair of galaxies NGC 1326A (top) and NGC 1326B (bottom).


NGC 1317 - Fornax B
NGC 1317 - Fornax B
NGC 1317 - Fornax B
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1317, NGC 1318
Apparent magnitude:
11 mag
Distance:
82.000.000 ly
Expansion:
66.800 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 22m 44,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-37° 06' 12''
Image information
Field of view width:
76,731'
Field of view height:
57,531'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2,4'

Notes:

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1316 (Arp 154).

Directly to the left is NGC 1317.

Centered on the left edge is NGC 1326.

Below that in the left corner is the pair of galaxies NGC 1326A (top) and NGC 1326B (bottom).


NGC 1326 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1326 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1326 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1326
Apparent magnitude:
10,5 mag
Distance:
55.000.000 ly
Expansion:
62.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 23m 56,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 27' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
76,731'
Field of view height:
57,531'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,9'
Apparent object height:
2,9'

Notes:

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1316 (Arp 154).

Directly to the left is NGC 1317.

Centered on the left edge is NGC 1326.

Below that in the left corner is the pair of galaxies NGC 1326A (top) and NGC 1326B (bottom).


NGC 1326A - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1326A - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1326A - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1326A, PGC 12783
Apparent magnitude:
13,2 mag
Distance:
77.000.000 ly
Expansion:
42.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 25m 08,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 21' 50''
Image information
Field of view width:
76,731'
Field of view height:
57,531'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,9'
Apparent object height:
1,7'

Notes:

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1316 (Arp 154).

Directly to the left is NGC 1317.

Centered on the left edge is NGC 1326.

Below that in the left corner is the pair of galaxies NGC 1326A (top) and NGC 1326B (bottom).


NGC 1326B - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1326B - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1326B - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1326B, PGC 12783
Apparent magnitude:
13,3 mag
Distance:
39.000.000 ly
Expansion:
40.800 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 25m 20,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 23' 06''
Image information
Field of view width:
76,731'
Field of view height:
57,531'
Image scaling:
1,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,6'
Apparent object height:
1,1'

Notes:

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1316 (Arp 154).

Directly to the left is NGC 1317.

Centered on the left edge is NGC 1326.

Below that in the left corner is the pair of galaxies NGC 1326A (top) and NGC 1326B (bottom).


NGC 1333 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 1333 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 1333 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1333, vdB 17
Apparent magnitude:
5,6 mag
Distance:
1.000 ly
Expansion:
1,7 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 29m 09,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+31° 22' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
185,227'
Field of view height:
98,718'
Image scaling:
4,851''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

In the center the blue bright nebula is NGC 1333.

The dark cloud immediately to the right is Barnard 205.

Diagonally right above, the small blue reflection nebula, is vdB 13.

Far right out, the blue nebula is vdB 16.

The dark cloud to the left is Barnard 204 with the cloud Barnard 206 at the bottom.
Above these clouds is Barnard 203 and again to the left of it, toward vdB 13 is Barnard 203.


NGC 1342 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1342 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1342 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1342, Mel 21
Apparent magnitude:
6,7 mag
Distance:
2.170 ly
Expansion:
11 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 31m 40,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+37° 22' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
114,66'
Field of view height:
85,785'
Image scaling:
2,1''/pixel
Apparent object width:
17'
Apparent object height:
17'

Notes:

Above, the left blue nebula is vdB 18.

Bottom right star cluster is NGC 1342 (Mel 21).


NGC 1347 - Interagierendes Galxienpaar
NGC 1347 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 1347 - Interagierendes Galxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1347, Arp 39
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
75.000.000 ly
Expansion:
34.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 29m 41,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-22° 17' 06''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,6'
Apparent object height:
1,3'

Notes:

The small galaxy at the bottom interacting with NGC 1347 is PGC 816443.


NGC 1350 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1350 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1350 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1350, Ben 14a
Apparent magnitude:
10,4 mag
Distance:
80.000.000 ly
Expansion:
137.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 31m 08,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-33° 37' 43''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,9'
Apparent object height:
3,1'
NGC 1360 - Robin's Egg Nebula
NGC 1360 - Robin's Egg Nebula
NGC 1360 - Robin's Egg Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1360, Ben 15, PN G220.3-53.9, PK 220-53.1
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
1.280 ly
Expansion:
4,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 33m 14,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-25° 52' 18''
Image information
Field of view width:
43,79'
Field of view height:
35,063'
Image scaling:
0,587''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11'
Apparent object height:
7,5'
NGC 1365 - Great Barred Spiral…
NGC 1365 - Great Barred Spiral Galaxy
NGC 1365 - Great Barred Spiral Galaxy

SteveCameronBird, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1365, Ben 16
Apparent magnitude:
9,5 mag
Distance:
68.000.000 ly
Expansion:
218.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 33m 36,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 08' 25''
Image information
Field of view width:
36,648'
Field of view height:
36,587'
Image scaling:
0,733''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11'
Apparent object height:
6,2'
NGC 1380 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1380 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1380 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1380, Ben 17
Apparent magnitude:
9,9 mag
Distance:
79.000.000 ly
Expansion:
91.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 36m 27,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-34° 58' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
102,63'
Field of view height:
67,633'
Image scaling:
3,376''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4'
Apparent object height:
2,4'

Notes:

On the left edge NGC 1365 can be seen.

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1399 with the galaxy NGC 1404 above it.

In the lower right corner is NGC 1380 with the optical galaxy pair NGC 1374 and NGC 1375 to its left.

To the right of the center of the image is NGC 1387.


NGC 1387 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1387 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1387 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1387, Ben 18
Apparent magnitude:
10,8 mag
Distance:
53.000.000 ly
Expansion:
43.200 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 36m 27,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-34° 58' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
102,63'
Field of view height:
67,633'
Image scaling:
3,376''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2,6'

Notes:

On the left edge NGC 1365 can be seen.

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1399 with the galaxy NGC 1404 above it.

In the lower right corner is NGC 1380 with the optical galaxy pair NGC 1374 and NGC 1375 to its left.

To the right of the center of the image is NGC 1387.


NGC 1398 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1398 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1398 - Spiralgalaxie

Adam Block, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1398, Ben 19a
Apparent magnitude:
9,8 mag
Distance:
58.000.000 ly
Expansion:
121.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 38m 52,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-26° 20' 16''
Image information
Field of view width:
19,763'
Field of view height:
19,671'
Image scaling:
0,393''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7,2'
Apparent object height:
5,2'
NGC 1399 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1399 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1399 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1399, Ben 19
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
58.000.000 ly
Expansion:
116.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 38m 29s
Dec-Coordinates:
-35° 27' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
102,63'
Field of view height:
67,633'
Image scaling:
3,376''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,9'
Apparent object height:
6,5'

Notes:

On the left edge NGC 1365 can be seen.

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1399 with the galaxy NGC 1404 above it.

In the lower right corner is NGC 1380 with the optical galaxy pair NGC 1374 and NGC 1375 to its left.

To the right of the center of the image is NGC 1387.


NGC 1404 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1404 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1404 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1404, Ben 20
Apparent magnitude:
10 mag
Distance:
82.000.000 ly
Expansion:
78.700 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 38m 51,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-35° 35' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
102,63'
Field of view height:
67,633'
Image scaling:
3,376''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

On the left edge NGC 1365 can be seen.

On the right the large galaxy is NGC 1399 with the galaxy NGC 1404 above it.

In the lower right corner is NGC 1380 with the optical galaxy pair NGC 1374 and NGC 1375 to its left.

To the right of the center of the image is NGC 1387.


NGC 1409 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1409 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1409 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

Judy Schmidt from USA, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1409
Apparent magnitude:
13,7 mag
Distance:
345.000.000 ly
Expansion:
100.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 41m 10,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-01° 18' 09''
Image information
Field of view width:
1,42'
Field of view height:
1,177'
Image scaling:
0,088''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1'
Apparent object height:
0,8'

Notes:

The lower galaxy is NGC 1409, the upper one NGC 1410.


NGC 1410 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1410 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1410 - Linsenförmige Galaxie

Judy Schmidt from USA, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1410
Apparent magnitude:
14 mag
Distance:
338.000.000 ly
Expansion:
68.800 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 41m 10,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-01° 17' 56''
Image information
Field of view width:
1,42'
Field of view height:
1,177'
Image scaling:
0,088''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,7'
Apparent object height:
0,6'

Notes:

The lower galaxy is NGC 1409, the upper one NGC 1410.


NGC 1432 - Maja-Nebel
NGC 1432 - Maja-Nebel
NGC 1432 - Maja-Nebel

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1432, vdB 21
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
444 ly
Expansion:
3,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 45m 49,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+24° 22' 04''
Image information
Field of view width:
95,5'
Field of view height:
71,734'
Image scaling:
1,747''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

The asterism is M45 (Pleiades).

The reflection nebula around the rightmost star (Electra) is called vdB 20, the one around the upper star (Maia) vdB 21, around the lower star (Merope) vdB 22 and the nebula around the star in the middle (Alcyone) vdB 23.

Near Merope there is a very small nebula known as Barnard's Merope Nebula (IC 349).

The complete nebular region around Merope is NGC 1435 (Merope Nebula).

The nebula around the upper star Maia is known as NGC 1432 (Maia Nebula).

The faint nebula above the middle star (Alcyone) is IC 1990.


NGC 1433 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1433 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1433 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1433, Ben 21
Apparent magnitude:
9,8 mag
Distance:
41.000.000 ly
Expansion:
77.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 42m 01,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-47° 13' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,5'
Apparent object height:
5,9'
NGC 1435 - Merope-Nebel
NGC 1435 - Merope-Nebel
NGC 1435 - Merope-Nebel

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1435, vdB 22
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
444 ly
Expansion:
3,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 46m 10,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+23° 45' 54''
Image information
Field of view width:
95,5'
Field of view height:
71,734'
Image scaling:
1,747''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

The asterism is M45 (Pleiades).

The reflection nebula around the rightmost star (Electra) is called vdB 20, the one around the upper star (Maia) vdB 21, around the lower star (Merope) vdB 22 and the nebula around the star in the middle (Alcyone) vdB 23.

Near Merope there is a very small nebula known as Barnard's Merope Nebula (IC 349).

The complete nebular region around Merope is NGC 1435 (Merope Nebula).

The nebula around the upper star Maia is known as NGC 1432 (Maia Nebula).

The faint nebula above the middle star (Alcyone) is IC 1990.


NGC 1487 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 1487 - Irreguläre Galaxie
NGC 1487 - Irreguläre Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1487
Apparent magnitude:
11,6 mag
Distance:
31.000.000 ly
Expansion:
21.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
03h 55m 46,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-42° 22' 05''
Image information
Field of view width:
20'
Field of view height:
15'
Image scaling:
0,5''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,4'
Apparent object height:
1,7'
NGC 1491 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1491 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1491 - Emissionsnebel

Chuck Ayoub, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1491, Sh2-206
Apparent magnitude:
13,45 mag
Distance:
11.400 ly
Expansion:
83 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 03m 13,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+51° 18' 58''
Image information
Field of view width:
52,015'
Field of view height:
42,312'
Image scaling:
1,249''/pixel
Apparent object width:
25'
Apparent object height:
25'
NGC 1497 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1497 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1497 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1497
Apparent magnitude:
13,3 mag
Distance:
282.000.000 ly
Expansion:
123.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 02m 06,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+23° 07' 59''
Image information
Field of view width:
21,294'
Field of view height:
20,491'
Image scaling:
1,025''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
0,7'

Notes:

The galaxy to the left is PGC 14314.


NGC 1499 - Kaliforniennebel
NGC 1499 - Kaliforniennebel
NGC 1499 - Kaliforniennebel

Stephen Rahn from Macon, GA, USA, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1499, Sh2-220
Apparent magnitude:
5 mag
Distance:
1.000 ly
Expansion:
47 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 03m 14,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+36° 22' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
192,201'
Field of view height:
130,886'
Image scaling:
2,783''/pixel
Apparent object width:
160'
Apparent object height:
40'
NGC 1501 - Oyster Nebula
NGC 1501 - Oyster Nebula
NGC 1501 - Oyster Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1501, PN G144.1+06.1, PK 144+06.1
Apparent magnitude:
11,5 mag
Distance:
4.200 ly
Expansion:
1,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 06m 59,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+60° 55' 14''
Image information
Field of view width:
12,995'
Field of view height:
9,552'
Image scaling:
0,476''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,87'
Apparent object height:
0,87'
NGC 1502 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1502 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1502 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1502
Apparent magnitude:
6,9 mag
Distance:
2.700 ly
Expansion:
16 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 07m 49,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+62° 19' 54''
Image information
Field of view width:
231,038'
Field of view height:
93,635'
Image scaling:
1,83''/pixel
Apparent object width:
20'
Apparent object height:
20'

Notes:

The Kemble cascade passes once obliquely through the image.

At the bottom of the asterism is NGC 1502.


NGC 1512 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1512 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1512 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1512, Ben 21a
Apparent magnitude:
10,2 mag
Distance:
33.000.000 ly
Expansion:
85.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 03m 54,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-43° 20' 56''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,9'
Apparent object height:
5,6'
NGC 1514 - Crystal Ball Nebula
NGC 1514 - Crystal Ball Nebula
NGC 1514 - Crystal Ball Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1514, PN G165.5-15.2, PK 165-15.1
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
600 ly
Expansion:
0,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 09m 16,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+30° 46' 33''
Image information
Field of view width:
36,953'
Field of view height:
24,19'
Image scaling:
0,534''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,2'
Apparent object height:
2,2'
NGC 1528 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1528 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1528 - Offener Sternhaufen

Egres73, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1528, Mel 23
Apparent magnitude:
6,5 mag
Distance:
2.530 ly
Expansion:
13 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 15m 18,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+51° 12' 41''
Image information
Field of view width:
90,474'
Field of view height:
69,998'
Image scaling:
2,706''/pixel
Apparent object width:
18'
Apparent object height:
18'
NGC 1530 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1530 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1530 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1530
Apparent magnitude:
11,5 mag
Distance:
117.000.000 ly
Expansion:
150.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 23m 27,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+75° 17' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
15,599'
Field of view height:
11,033'
Image scaling:
0,533''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,4'
Apparent object height:
2,5'
NGC 1535 - Cleopatras Auge
NGC 1535 - Cleopatras Auge
NGC 1535 - Cleopatras Auge
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1535, Ben 22, PN G206.4-40.5, PK 206-40.1
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
5.500 ly
Expansion:
1,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 14m 15,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-12° 44' 22''
Image information
Field of view width:
3,422'
Field of view height:
3,422'
Image scaling:
0,23''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,85'
Apparent object height:
0,85'
NGC 1545 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1545 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1545 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1545
Apparent magnitude:
6,2 mag
Distance:
2.320 ly
Expansion:
8,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 20m 56,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+50° 15' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,805'
Field of view height:
26,677'
Image scaling:
1,183''/pixel
Apparent object width:
12'
Apparent object height:
12'
NGC 1546 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1546 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1546 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1546
Apparent magnitude:
11 mag
Distance:
50.000.000 ly
Expansion:
46.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 14m 36,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-56° 03' 38,9''
Image information
Field of view width:
56,4'
Field of view height:
42,3'
Image scaling:
1,41''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,2'
Apparent object height:
1,9'

Notes:

In the center of the image is NGC 1553.

Above it is NGC 1549.

In the lower right is NGC 1546.

On the lower left, the slim galaxy, is IC 2058.


NGC 1549 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1549 - Elliptische Galaxie
NGC 1549 - Elliptische Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1549, Ben 23
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
48.000.000 ly
Expansion:
68.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 15m 45,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-55° 35' 32,1''
Image information
Field of view width:
56,4'
Field of view height:
42,3'
Image scaling:
1,41''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,9'
Apparent object height:
4,1'

Notes:

In the center of the image is NGC 1553.

Above it is NGC 1549.

In the lower right is NGC 1546.

On the lower left, the slim galaxy, is IC 2058.


NGC 1553 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1553 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1553 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1553, Ben 24
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
40.000.000 ly
Expansion:
52.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 16m 10,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-55° 46' 48,5''
Image information
Field of view width:
56,4'
Field of view height:
42,3'
Image scaling:
1,41''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,5'
Apparent object height:
2,8'

Notes:

In the center of the image is NGC 1553.

Above it is NGC 1549.

In the lower right is NGC 1546.

On the lower left, the slim galaxy, is IC 2058.


NGC 1555 - Hind's Variable Nebula
NGC 1555 - Hind's Variable Nebula
NGC 1555 - Hind's Variable Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1555, Sh2-238, vdB 28
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
576 ly
Expansion:
2,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 21m 59,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+19° 32' 07''
Image information
Field of view width:
180,405'
Field of view height:
122,086'
Image scaling:
1,626''/pixel
Apparent object width:
12,4'
Apparent object height:
12,4'

Notes:

Sh2-239 is located in the lower left embedded in the dark nebula LDN 1551.

The dark nebula in the center is LDN 1543.

The veil connecting the two dark nebulae is LDN 1546.

Top right the bright one right next to the star Tau Tauri is NGC 1555 (Hind's Variable Nebula, Sh2-238, vdB 28).

The nebula around it is Be 84.

To the right of NGC 1555 is the double star system NGC 1554 (visible in large view) and below it the bright star is HD 27560.


NGC 1559 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1559 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1559 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1559
Apparent magnitude:
10,4 mag
Distance:
50.000.000 ly
Expansion:
50.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 17m 35,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-62° 47' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,77'
Field of view height:
5,33'
Image scaling:
0,2''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,5'
Apparent object height:
2'
NGC 1566 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1566 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1566 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1566, Ben 25
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
59.000.000 ly
Expansion:
141.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 20m 00,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-54° 56' 16''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,03'
Field of view height:
42,654'
Image scaling:
1,181''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,2'
Apparent object height:
6,5'
NGC 1569 - Irreguläre Zwerggalaxie
NGC 1569 - Irreguläre Zwerggalaxie
NGC 1569 - Irreguläre Zwerggalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1569, Arp 210
Apparent magnitude:
11,2 mag
Distance:
9.000.000 ly
Expansion:
9.700 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 30m 49s
Dec-Coordinates:
+64° 50' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
25,092'
Field of view height:
15,908'
Image scaling:
0,615''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,7'
Apparent object height:
1,8'
NGC 1579 - Trifid des Nordens
NGC 1579 - Trifid des Nordens
NGC 1579 - Trifid des Nordens
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1579, Sh2-222
Apparent magnitude:
13 mag
Distance:
2.100 ly
Expansion:
7,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 30m 13,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+35° 16' 10''
Image information
Field of view width:
120,644'
Field of view height:
74,578'
Image scaling:
2,588''/pixel
Apparent object width:
12'
Apparent object height:
8'

Notes:

In the center of the image is NGC 1579.

Obliquely above it on the right is IC 2067.

The distance for IC 2067 is taken to be that of NGC 1579, assuming that the two are in conjunction.


NGC 1593 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1593 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 1593 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1593, NGC 1608, IC 2077
Apparent magnitude:
13,8 mag
Distance:
166.000.000 ly
Expansion:
77.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 32m 06,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 34' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,6'
Apparent object height:
0,6'
NGC 1614 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 1614 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 1614 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1614, Arp 186
Apparent magnitude:
12,9 mag
Distance:
209.000.000 ly
Expansion:
79.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 33m 59,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-08° 34' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
7,2'
Field of view height:
5,4'
Image scaling:
0,18''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,3'
Apparent object height:
0,9'
NGC 1617 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1617 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1617 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1617, Ben 25a
Apparent magnitude:
10,5 mag
Distance:
39.000.000 ly
Expansion:
49.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 31m 39,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-54° 36' 08''
Image information
Field of view width:
14'
Field of view height:
10,5'
Image scaling:
0,35''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,3'
Apparent object height:
2,1'
NGC 1624 - Offener Sternhaufen eingebettet…
NGC 1624 - Offener Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
NGC 1624 - Offener Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1624, Sh2-212
Apparent magnitude:
11,8 mag
Distance:
19.600 ly
Expansion:
17 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 40m 36,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+50° 27' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
48,969'
Field of view height:
34,301'
Image scaling:
0,76''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

The star cluster contain the largest magnetic field ever measured from a star.


NGC 1647 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1647 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1647 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1647, Mel 26
Apparent magnitude:
6,4 mag
Distance:
1.750 ly
Expansion:
20 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 45m 55,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+19° 05' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
617,312'
Field of view height:
409,214'
Image scaling:
7,618''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
40'

Notes:

The bright star is Aldebran.

At upper left is star cluster NGC 1647 (Mel 26).


NGC 1664 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1664 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1664 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1664, Mel 27
Apparent magnitude:
7,6 mag
Distance:
3.900 ly
Expansion:
20 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 51m 05,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+43° 40' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
145,221'
Field of view height:
95,09'
Image scaling:
2,248''/pixel
Apparent object width:
18'
Apparent object height:
18'
NGC 1672 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1672 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1672 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1672, Ben 26
Apparent magnitude:
9,7 mag
Distance:
51.000.000 ly
Expansion:
99.400 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 45m 42,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-59° 14' 50''
Image information
Field of view width:
40,004'
Field of view height:
27,64'
Image scaling:
1,172''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,7'
Apparent object height:
5,6'
NGC 1746 - Asterismus
NGC 1746 - Asterismus
NGC 1746 - Asterismus
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1746, Mel 28
Apparent magnitude:
6,1 mag
Distance:
2.500 ly
Expansion:
29 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 03m 50,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+23° 46' 04''
Image information
Field of view width:
60,868'
Field of view height:
60,868'
Image scaling:
1,238''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
40'

Notes:

NGC 1746 is an asterism formed by the bright large stars.

In the center of NGC 1746 are the two overlapping star clusters NGC 1750 (center left) and NGC 1758 (center right).


NGC 1750 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1750 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1750 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1750
Apparent magnitude:
10,71 mag
Distance:
2.050 ly
Expansion:
17 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 04m 00s
Dec-Coordinates:
+23° 38' 45''
Image information
Field of view width:
60,868'
Field of view height:
60,868'
Image scaling:
1,238''/pixel
Apparent object width:
28'
Apparent object height:
28'

Notes:

NGC 1746 is an asterism formed by the bright large stars.

In the center of NGC 1746 are the two overlapping star clusters NGC 1750 (center left) and NGC 1758 (center right).


NGC 1758 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1758 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1758 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1758
Apparent magnitude:
12,24 mag
Distance:
2.500 ly
Expansion:
5,8 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 04m 00s
Dec-Coordinates:
+23° 38' 45''
Image information
Field of view width:
60,868'
Field of view height:
60,868'
Image scaling:
1,238''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8'
Apparent object height:
8'

Notes:

NGC 1746 is an asterism formed by the bright large stars.

In the center of NGC 1746 are the two overlapping star clusters NGC 1750 (center left) and NGC 1758 (center right).


NGC 1760 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1760 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1760 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1760
Apparent magnitude:
14,97 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
234 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 56m 44,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 31' 38''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,1'
Apparent object height:
2,1'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1761 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1761 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1761 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1761
Apparent magnitude:
9,9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
55 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 56m 37,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 28' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
1,2'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1763 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1763 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1763 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1763, Ben 27
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
230 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 56m 49,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 24' 33''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1769 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1769 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1769 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1769
Apparent magnitude:
14,35 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
188 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 57m 47,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 28' 09''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,1'
Apparent object height:
2,6'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1773 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1773 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1773 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1773
Apparent magnitude:
15,03 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
124 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 58m 12s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 21' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,7'
Apparent object height:
2,1'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1783 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1783 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1783 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1783, Ben 28
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
160.000 ly
Expansion:
140 ly
RA-Coordinates:
04h 58m 12s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 21' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
84,928'
Field of view height:
59,872'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

The large nebula area is divided into NGC 1760 (long slim nebula on the right), NGC 1763 (large nebula in the center), NGC 1769 (lower right), and NGC 1773 (small nebula at the bottom).

In the center of this nebula area is the star cluster NGC 1761.

To the left below the center of the image is the spherical Star cluster NGC 1783.


NGC 1788 - Fledermausnebel
NGC 1788 - Fledermausnebel
NGC 1788 - Fledermausnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1788, vdB 33
Apparent magnitude:
5,8 mag
Distance:
1.300 ly
Expansion:
1,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 06m 53,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-03° 20' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
56,312'
Field of view height:
56,312'
Image scaling:
1,102''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

To the right of the blue reflection nebula NGC 1788, the thinner part of the dark nebula is LDN 1616, the large tail is LDN 1615.


NGC 1792 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1792 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1792 - Spiralgalaxie

ESO, CC BY 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons, Original-Link

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1792, Ben 29
Apparent magnitude:
10 mag
Distance:
46.000.000 ly
Expansion:
69.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 05m 14,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-37° 58' 51''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,773'
Field of view height:
6,8'
Image scaling:
0,177''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,2'
Apparent object height:
2,6'
NGC 1805 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1805 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1805 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1805
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
163.000 ly
Expansion:
104 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 02m 21,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 06' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
2,59'
Field of view height:
2,514'
Image scaling:
0,04''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,2'
Apparent object height:
2,2'
NGC 1807 - Asterismus
NGC 1807 - Asterismus
NGC 1807 - Asterismus
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1807, Mel 29
Apparent magnitude:
7 mag
Distance:
3.100 ly
Expansion:
16 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 10m 45s
Dec-Coordinates:
+16° 30' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
65,864'
Field of view height:
42,749'
Image scaling:
0,657''/pixel
Apparent object width:
18'
Apparent object height:
12'
NGC 1808 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1808 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1808 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1808, Ben 31
Apparent magnitude:
9,9 mag
Distance:
37.000.000 ly
Expansion:
70.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 07m 42,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-37° 30' 47''
Image information
Field of view width:
39,458'
Field of view height:
26,28'
Image scaling:
1,156''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,5'
Apparent object height:
3,9'
NGC 1817 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1817 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1817 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1817
Apparent magnitude:
7,7 mag
Distance:
6.400 ly
Expansion:
37 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 12m 26,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+16° 41' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
65,864'
Field of view height:
42,749'
Image scaling:
0,657''/pixel
Apparent object width:
20'
Apparent object height:
20'
NGC 1818 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1818 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1818 - Kugelsternhaufen

Copyright by WikiSky.org, WikiSky's snapshot tool (nachbearbeitet mit PixInsight und Gimp)

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1818, Ben 30
Apparent magnitude:
9,7 mag
Distance:
164.000 ly
Expansion:
162 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 04m 14,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-66° 26' 04''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,4'
Apparent object height:
3,4'

Notes:

The star cluster right above is NGC 1810.

The star cluster above left is KMHK 507.

The star cluster left below is composed of BRHT 27a and BRHT 27b.

The small star cluster right below is BSDL 486.


NGC 1850 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1850 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1850 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1850
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
157.000 ly
Expansion:
31 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 08m 44,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-68° 45' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
6,8'
Field of view height:
6,791'
Image scaling:
0,132''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,67'
Apparent object height:
0,67'
NGC 1851 - Kugelsternhaufen
C073 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1851 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
C73, NGC 1851, Mel 30, Ben 32
Apparent magnitude:
7,1 mag
Distance:
39.500 ly
Expansion:
138 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 14m 06,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-40° 02' 48''
Image information
Field of view width:
151,902'
Field of view height:
101,798'
Image scaling:
7,953''/pixel
Apparent object width:
12'
Apparent object height:
12'
NGC 1857 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1857 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1857 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1857, Mel 32
Apparent magnitude:
7 mag
Distance:
7.800 ly
Expansion:
23 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 20m 05,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+39° 20' 37''
Image information
Field of view width:
22,583'
Field of view height:
16,306'
Image scaling:
1,052''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10'
Apparent object height:
10'
NGC 1866 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1866 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1866 - Kugelsternhaufen

NASA Hubble, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1866, Ben 33
Apparent magnitude:
9,7 mag
Distance:
160.000 ly
Expansion:
209 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 13m 39,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-65° 27' 56''
Image information
Field of view width:
3,4'
Field of view height:
3,31'
Image scaling:
0,05''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,5'
Apparent object height:
4,5'
NGC 1893 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in…
NGC 1893 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Reflexionsnebel IC 410
NGC 1893 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Reflexionsnebel IC 410
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1893, IC 410, Mel 33
Apparent magnitude:
7,5 mag
Distance:
11.000 ly
Expansion:
35 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 22m 44,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
+33° 24' 43''
Image information
Field of view width:
259,616'
Field of view height:
228,587'
Image scaling:
8,54''/pixel
Apparent object width:
11'
Apparent object height:
11'

Notes:

On the right the bright nebular section is IC 405 with the reflection nebula vdB 34.
Below is IC 410 with the embedded open star cluster NGC 1893.
At the lower left is very faintly visible vdB 39.
Left center the larger nebula is IC 417 and left beside it the small nebula is NGC 1931 (Fly Nebula). Together with the rest of the nebulae they form the large nebula area Sh2-230.

In the upper left corner you can still see M38.
Directly below the small star cluster is NGC 1907.

Between IC 405 and IC 410 lies Melotte 31.
Melotte 31 consists of the six adjacent stars (18 Aur - top right, 19 Aur - top left, 17 Aur - center right, IQ Aur - center left, 16 Aur - bottom) and the stars in between. Harrington also included the star 14 Auriga (at the bottom of the image) and called the structure a Lacrosse racket (Harrington 4).


NGC 1904 - Kugelsternhaufen
M079 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 1904 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
M79, NGC 1904, Mel 34, Ben 34
Apparent magnitude:
7,7 mag
Distance:
41.000 ly
Expansion:
114 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 24m 10,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-24° 31' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
49,557'
Field of view height:
37,451'
Image scaling:
1,549''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9,6'
Apparent object height:
9,6'
NGC 1907 - Sternhaufen
NGC 1907 - Sternhaufen
NGC 1907 - Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1907, Mel 35
Apparent magnitude:
8,5 mag
Distance:
5.100 ly
Expansion:
7,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 28m 04,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+35° 19' 32''
Image information
Field of view width:
259,616'
Field of view height:
228,587'
Image scaling:
8,54''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

On the right the bright nebular section is IC 405 with the reflection nebula vdB 34.
Below is IC 410 with the embedded open star cluster NGC 1893.
At the lower left is very faintly visible vdB 39.
Left center the larger nebula is IC 417 and left beside it the small nebula is NGC 1931 (Fly Nebula). Together with the rest of the nebulae they form the large nebula area Sh2-230.

In the upper left corner you can still see M38.
Directly below the small star cluster is NGC 1907.

Between IC 405 and IC 410 lies Melotte 31.
Melotte 31 consists of the six adjacent stars (18 Aur - top right, 19 Aur - top left, 17 Aur - center right, IQ Aur - center left, 16 Aur - bottom) and the stars in between. Harrington also included the star 14 Auriga (at the bottom of the image) and called the structure a Lacrosse racket (Harrington 4).


NGC 1912 - Starfish Cluster
M038 - Starfish Cluster
NGC 1912 - Starfish Cluster

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
M38, NGC 1912, Mel 36
Apparent magnitude:
6,4 mag
Distance:
4.200 ly
Expansion:
18 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 28m 42,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+35° 51' 18''
Image information
Field of view width:
75,395'
Field of view height:
50,263'
Image scaling:
1,284''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'
NGC 1929 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in…
NGC 1929 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
NGC 1929 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1929
Apparent magnitude:
14 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
37 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 21m 36s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 54' 43''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,8'
Apparent object height:
0,8'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1931 - Fliegennebel
NGC 1931 - Fliegennebel
NGC 1931 - Fliegennebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1931, Sh2-237
Apparent magnitude:
10,1 mag
Distance:
10.000 ly
Expansion:
17 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 31m 25,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+34° 14' 48''
Image information
Field of view width:
36,968'
Field of view height:
250,476'
Image scaling:
1,155''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'
NGC 1934 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1934 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1934 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1934
Apparent magnitude:
10,5 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
92 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 21m 47,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 56' 14''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1935 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1935 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1935 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1935, IC 2126
Apparent magnitude:
12,8 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
138 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 21m 58,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 57' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1936 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1936 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 1936 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1936, IC 2127
Apparent magnitude:
11,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
92 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 22m 13,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 58' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1937 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1937 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1937 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1937
Apparent magnitude:
13,66 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
138 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 19m 48,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 26' 54''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1952 - Krebsnebel
M001 - Krebsnebel
NGC 1952 - Krebsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
M1, NGC 1952, Sh2-244
Apparent magnitude:
8,4 mag
Distance:
6.300 ly
Expansion:
11 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 34m 32s
Dec-Coordinates:
+22° 00' 52''
Image information
Field of view width:
47,75'
Field of view height:
36,086'
Image scaling:
1,492''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
4'

Notes:

This Sharpless object has been removed from the BFS catalog (updated Sh2 catalog) for HII nebulae.


NGC 1955 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in…
NGC 1955 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
NGC 1955 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1955
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
83 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 26m 09,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 29' 51''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,8'
Apparent object height:
1,8'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1960 - Offener Sternhaufen
M036 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1960 - Offener Sternhaufen

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
M36, NGC 1960, Mel 37
Apparent magnitude:
6 mag
Distance:
4.100 ly
Expansion:
12 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 17,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+34° 08' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
75,197'
Field of view height:
50,131'
Image scaling:
1,281''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10'
Apparent object height:
10'
NGC 1961 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1961 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 1961 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1961, IC 2133, Arp 184
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
181.000.000 ly
Expansion:
237.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 42m 04,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+69° 22' 42''
Image information
Field of view width:
43,024'
Field of view height:
32,262'
Image scaling:
1,348''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,5'
Apparent object height:
3,1'

Notes:

The galaxy to the left is UGC 3342.

Below that is UGC 3344.

In the lower left corner are the galaxies UGC 3349A (right) and UGC 3349 (left).


NGC 1968 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in…
NGC 1968 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
NGC 1968 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1968
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
51 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 27m 22,1s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 27' 50''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,1'
Apparent object height:
1,1'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1973 - Running Man Nebula
Sh2-279 - Running Man Nebula
NGC 1973 - Running Man Nebula
Object information
Catalog designations:
Sh2-279, NGC 1973, NGC 1975, NGC 1977
Apparent magnitude:
7 mag
Distance:
1.630 ly
Expansion:
19 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 16,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-04° 47' 07''
Image information
Field of view width:
265,888'
Field of view height:
181,272'
Image scaling:
3,36''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
25'

Notes:

Above the purple blue nebula is Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) consisting of the star clusters NGC 1973 (upper blue star), NGC 1975 (right blue star), and NGC 1977 (the three stars next to each other).

Below the large nebula is the Orion Nebula (M42), with the small protruding nebula above referred to as M43.

To the left below M42, the star cluster, is NGC 1980.

To the right of Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) is the reflection nebula IC 420 (vdB 44).
To the right of M42 is the reflection nebula vdB 42 and towards the left edge, at the level of the lower end of M42, is vdb 54.

At the lower edge NGC 1999 is still visible.


NGC 1974 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in…
NGC 1974 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
NGC 1974 - Sternhaufen eingebettet in Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1974
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
55 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 27m 59s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 25' 27''
Image information
Field of view width:
64,483'
Field of view height:
52,983'
Image scaling:
1,922''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
1,2'

Notes:

In the upper nebula, at the very top is the emission nebula/star cluster NGC 1929 with the emission nebula NGC 1934 directly below it.
To the right are the emission nebulae NGC 1935 and NGC 1936.
Below NGC 1934, the bright area is the star cluster with emission nebula NGC 1937.
The whole area is also called LHA 120-N 44.

To the right of it the nebular area is the star cluster IC 2128.

In the lower nebular area are the star clusters NGC 1955 (top), NGC 1968 (bottom center), and NGC 1974 (bottom).


NGC 1976 - Orionnebel
M042 - Orionnebel
NGC 1976 - Orionnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
M42, NGC 1976, Sh2-281
Apparent magnitude:
3,7 mag
Distance:
1.350 ly
Expansion:
26 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 16,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-05° 23' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
265,888'
Field of view height:
181,272'
Image scaling:
3,36''/pixel
Apparent object width:
65'
Apparent object height:
60'

Notes:

Above the purple blue nebula is Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) consisting of the star clusters NGC 1973 (upper blue star), NGC 1975 (right blue star) and NGC 1977 (the three stars next to each other).

Below the large nebula is the Orion Nebula (M42), where above the small protruding nebula is called M43.

To the left below M42, the star cluster, is NGC 1980.

To the right of Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) is the reflection nebula IC 420 (vdB 44).
To the right of M42 is the Reflection Nebula vdB 42 and towards the left edge, at the level of the lower end of M42, is vdb 54.

At the lower edge NGC 1999 is still visible.


NGC 1980 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1980 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 1980 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1980
Apparent magnitude:
2,5 mag
Distance:
1.800 ly
Expansion:
7,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 26s
Dec-Coordinates:
-05° 54' 36''
Image information
Field of view width:
265,888'
Field of view height:
181,272'
Image scaling:
3,36''/pixel
Apparent object width:
14'
Apparent object height:
14'

Notes:

Above the purple blue nebula is Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) consisting of the star clusters NGC 1973 (upper blue star), NGC 1975 (right blue star), and NGC 1977 (the three stars next to each other).

Below the large nebula is the Orion Nebula (M42), with the small protruding nebula above referred to as M43.

To the left below M42, the star cluster, is NGC 1980.

To the right of Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) is the reflection nebula IC 420 (vdB 44).
To the right of M42 is the Reflection Nebula vdB 42 and towards the left edge, at the level of the lower end of M42, is vdb 54.

At the lower edge NGC 1999 is still visible.


NGC 1982 - de Mairans-Nebel
M043 - de Mairans-Nebel
NGC 1982 - de Mairans-Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
M43, NGC 1982
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
1.300 ly
Expansion:
7,6 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 31,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-05° 16' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
265,888'
Field of view height:
181,272'
Image scaling:
3,36''/pixel
Apparent object width:
20'
Apparent object height:
15'

Notes:

Above the purple blue nebula is Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) consisting of the star clusters NGC 1973 (upper blue star), NGC 1975 (right blue star) and NGC 1977 (the three stars next to each other).

Below the large nebula is the Orion Nebula (M42), where above the small protruding nebula is called M43.

To the left below M42, the star cluster, is NGC 1980.

To the right of Sh2-279 (Running-Man Nebula) is the reflection nebula IC 420 (vdB 44).
To the right of M42 is the Reflection Nebula vdB 42 and towards the left edge, at the level of the lower end of M42, is vdb 54.

At the lower edge NGC 1999 is still visible.


NGC 1985 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 1985 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 1985 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1985
Apparent magnitude:
12,7 mag
Distance:
5.700 ly
Expansion:
1,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 37m 47,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+31° 59' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
40'
Field of view height:
30'
Image scaling:
1''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,68'
Apparent object height:
0,68'

Notes:

Top left is NGC 1985.

Bottom right is vdB 45.


NGC 1999 - Schlüsselloch-Nebel, Stempel-Nebel
NGC 1999 - Schlüsselloch-Nebel, Stempel-Nebel
NGC 1999 - Schlüsselloch-Nebel, Stempel-Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 1999, vdB 46
Apparent magnitude:
9,5 mag
Distance:
1.500 ly
Expansion:
0,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 25,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 42' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
21,209'
Field of view height:
21,103'
Image scaling:
1,273''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

The two jets below NGC 1999 (blue nebula) are Herbig-Haro 1+2.

The dark nebula above is IC 427.


NGC 2004 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2004 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2004 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2004
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
124 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 30m 42,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 17' 11''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,7'
Apparent object height:
2,7'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2011 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2011 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2011 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2011
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
46 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 32m 20,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 31' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1'
Apparent object height:
1'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2014 - Emissionsnebel mit eingebettetem…
NGC 2014 - Emissionsnebel mit eingebettetem Sternhaufen
NGC 2014 - Emissionsnebel mit eingebettetem Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2014
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
83 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 32m 19,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 41' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,8'
Apparent object height:
1,8'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2020 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2020 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2020 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2020
Apparent magnitude:
13,4 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
184 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 33m 12,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 42' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2021 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2021 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2021 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2021
Apparent magnitude:
12,1 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
41 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 33m 30,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 27' 10''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,9'
Apparent object height:
0,9'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2022 - Planetarischer Nebel
NGC 2022 - Planetarischer Nebel
NGC 2022 - Planetarischer Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2022, PN G196.6-10.9, PK 196-10.1
Apparent magnitude:
11,6 mag
Distance:
7.000 ly
Expansion:
1,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 42m 06,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+09° 05' 12''
Image information
Field of view width:
10,802'
Field of view height:
8,161'
Image scaling:
0,516''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,65'
Apparent object height:
0,65'
NGC 2023 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2023 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2023 - Reflexionsnebel

Stephanh, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2023, vdB 52
Apparent magnitude:
7,82 mag
Distance:
1.470 ly
Expansion:
2,1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 41m 37,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-02° 15' 52''
Image information
Field of view width:
160,842'
Field of view height:
118,541'
Image scaling:
9,651''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,8'
Apparent object height:
4,8'

Notes:

On the left the big bright nebula is the Flame Nebula NGC 2024.

To the left is vdB 51 and again above it is vdB 50.

Through the large emission nebula IC 434 the Horsehead Nebula (Barnard 33) becomes visible.

Directly left of the Horsehead Nebula the blue reflection nebula is NGC 2023.

Below the Horsehead Nebula lies vdB 57.


NGC 2024 - Flammennebel
NGC 2024 - Flammennebel
NGC 2024 - Flammennebel

Stephanh, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2024, Sh2-277
Apparent magnitude:
10 mag
Distance:
1.500 ly
Expansion:
13 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 41m 42s
Dec-Coordinates:
-01° 51' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
160,847'
Field of view height:
118,544'
Image scaling:
9,651''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

On the left the big bright nebula is the Flame Nebula NGC 2024.

To the left is vdB 51 and again above it is vdB 50.

Through the large emission nebula IC 434 the Horsehead Nebula (Barnard 33) becomes visible.

Directly left of the Horsehead Nebula the blue reflection nebula is NGC 2023.

Below the Horsehead Nebula lies vdB 57.


NGC 2029 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2029 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2029 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2029
Apparent magnitude:
12,29 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
103 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 15,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 34' 04''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,25'
Apparent object height:
2,25'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2030 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2030 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2030 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2030
Apparent magnitude:
14,58 mag
Distance:
163.000 ly
Expansion:
427 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 33m 59,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 33' 23''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

NGC 2030 is an emission nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud. In the center is the supernova remnant SNR B0535-66.0.


NGC 2032 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2032 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2032 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2032
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
69 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 20,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 34' 06''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
1,5'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2035 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2035 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2035 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2035
Apparent magnitude:
10,99 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
138 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 31,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 53' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2040 - Emissionsnebel mit Supernovaüberrest
NGC 2040 - Emissionsnebel mit Supernovaüberrest
NGC 2040 - Emissionsnebel mit Supernovaüberrest
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2040, N59B
Apparent magnitude:
11,47 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
156 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 00s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 35' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,4'
Apparent object height:
3,4'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2042 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2042 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2042 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2042
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
414 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 09,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-68° 55' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9'
Apparent object height:
9'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2044 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2044 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2044 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2044
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
92 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 06,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 11' 55''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2048 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2048 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2048 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2048
Apparent magnitude:
12,17 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
23 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 35m 55,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 38' 55''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,5'
Apparent object height:
0,5'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2050 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2050 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2050 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2050
Apparent magnitude:
9,3 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
46 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 36m 38,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 23' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1'
Apparent object height:
1'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2053 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2053 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2053 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2053
Apparent magnitude:
12,2 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
55 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 37m 39,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-67° 24' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
59,541'
Field of view height:
43,541'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,2'
Apparent object height:
1,2'

Notes:

At the bottom left is Star cluster NGC 2004 and diagonally right above it at the beginning of the nebular region are the two star clusters NGC 2011 (top) and NGC 2021 (bottom).

Above lies the emission nebula with the star cluster NGC 2014 and to the right of it the bright "bubble" is NGC 2020. Together they are called the Cosmic Reef.

Below the white nebula consists of three areas NGC 2029 (left), NGC 2032 (center) and NGC 2035 (right). Directly to the right the small red-white nebula is NGC 2040.

Below the last nebula field in the lower right is the star cluster NGC 2053.


NGC 2064 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2064 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2064 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2064
Apparent magnitude:
16,42 mag
Distance:
1.600 ly
Expansion:
0,5 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 46m 18,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 00' 21''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,013'
Field of view height:
47,853'
Image scaling:
0,8''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1'
Apparent object height:
1'

Notes:

In the center the large reflection nebula is M78.

Adjacent to it on the right is the reflection nebula NGC 2064.

Diagonally above to the left is adjacent NGC 2067.

To the left of the reflection nebula is NGC 2071.


NGC 2067 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2067 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2067 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2067
Apparent magnitude:
17,58 mag
Distance:
1.600 ly
Expansion:
3,7 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 46m 31,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 07' 52''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,013'
Field of view height:
47,853'
Image scaling:
0,8''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8'
Apparent object height:
3'

Notes:

In the center the large reflection nebula is M78.

Adjacent to it on the right is the reflection nebula NGC 2064.

Diagonally above to the left is adjacent NGC 2067.

To the left of the reflection nebula is NGC 2071.


NGC 2068 - Reflexionsnebel
M078 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2068 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
M78, NGC 2068, vdB 59
Apparent magnitude:
8,3 mag
Distance:
1.600 ly
Expansion:
3,7 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 46m 46,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 04' 45''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,013'
Field of view height:
47,853'
Image scaling:
0,8''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

In the center the large reflection nebula is M78.

Adjacent to it on the right is the reflection nebula NGC 2064.

Diagonally above on the left is NGC 2067.

To the left of the reflection nebula is NGC 2071.


NGC 2070 - Tarantelnebel (30 Doradus)
C103 - Tarantelnebel (30 Doradus)
NGC 2070 - Tarantelnebel (30 Doradus)
Object information
Catalog designations:
C103, NGC 2070, Ben 35
Apparent magnitude:
8 mag
Distance:
179.000 ly
Expansion:
1.600 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 38m 42,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 06' 03''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30'
Apparent object height:
20'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the Star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2071 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2071 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2071 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2071, vdB 60
Apparent magnitude:
8 mag
Distance:
1.300 ly
Expansion:
2,6 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 47m 07,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+00° 17' 39''
Image information
Field of view width:
73,013'
Field of view height:
47,853'
Image scaling:
0,8''/pixel
Apparent object width:
7'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

In the center the large reflection nebula is M78.

Adjacent to it on the right is the reflection nebula NGC 2064.

Diagonally above to the left is adjacent NGC 2067.

To the left of the reflection nebula is NGC 2071.


NGC 2074 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2074 - Emissionsnebel
NGC 2074 - Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2074
Apparent magnitude:
8,5 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
184 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 39m 03,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 29' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4'
Apparent object height:
4'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2081 - Offener Sternhaufen umgeben…
NGC 2081 - Offener Sternhaufen umgeben von Emissionsnebel
NGC 2081 - Offener Sternhaufen umgeben von Emissionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2081
Apparent magnitude:
9,94 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
276 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 39m 59,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 24' 21''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2093 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2093 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2093 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2093
Apparent magnitude:
11,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
78 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 41m 49,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
-68° 55' 17''
Image information
Field of view width:
10,674'
Field of view height:
9,653'
Image scaling:
0,45''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,7'
Apparent object height:
1,7'
NGC 2099 - Offener Sternhaufen
M037 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2099 - Offener Sternhaufen

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Object information
Catalog designations:
M37, NGC 2099, Mel 38
Apparent magnitude:
5,6 mag
Distance:
4.400 ly
Expansion:
19 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 52m 18,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+32° 33' 11''
Image information
Field of view width:
75,395'
Field of view height:
50,263'
Image scaling:
1,284''/pixel
Apparent object width:
15'
Apparent object height:
15'
NGC 2100 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2100 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2100 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2100
Apparent magnitude:
9,6 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
129 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 42m 09,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 12' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
104,288'
Field of view height:
76,704'
Image scaling:
1,92''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2,8'

Notes:

In the center is the Tarantula Nebula NGC 2070 and above it is the star cluster NGC 2044 above which in turn is the supernova SN 1987A. To the left is star cluster NGC 2042, and to the right is the star cluster NGC 2050.
Diagonally to the upper right, the bright nebula, is the small emission nebula NGC 2048.
Below the Tarantula Nebula, the white dot, is the star cluster NGC 2100.

To the right of the Tarantula Nebula is the emission nebula NGC 2074 and directly below it, in the black hole, is the open star cluster NGC 2081 surrounded by nebulae.

Next to it the second of the three clouds is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2077, NGC 2080, NGC 2085, NGC 2086 and IC 2145 and to the right of it, the third cloud is a collection of the emission nebulae NGC 2078, NGC 2079, NGC 2083, NGC 2084 and NGC 2084e.


NGC 2108 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2108 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2108 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2108
Apparent magnitude:
12,8 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
92 ly
RA-Coordinates:
05h 43m 56,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-69° 10' 56''
Image information
Field of view width:
11,934'
Field of view height:
11,356'
Image scaling:
1,02''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'
NGC 2126 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2126 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2126 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2126, Mel 39
Apparent magnitude:
10,2 mag
Distance:
3.900 ly
Expansion:
6,8 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 02m 33s
Dec-Coordinates:
+49° 51' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
56'
Field of view height:
42'
Image scaling:
1,4''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'
NGC 2146 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 2146 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 2146 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2146
Apparent magnitude:
10,5 mag
Distance:
46.000.000 ly
Expansion:
72.300 ly
RA-Coordinates:
6h 18m 37,7s
Dec-Coordinates:
+78° 21' 25''
Image information
Field of view width:
45,695'
Field of view height:
35,19'
Image scaling:
0,782''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5,4'
Apparent object height:
2,9'

Notes:

The galaxy at the lower right edge is NGC 2146A.


NGC 2149 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2149 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2149 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2149
Apparent magnitude:
11,81 mag
Distance:
1.390 ly
Expansion:
1,2 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 03m 30,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-09° 43' 50''
Image information
Field of view width:
48'
Field of view height:
36'
Image scaling:
1,2''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

The left reflection nebula is NGC 2149.

The blue reflection nebula on the right is vdB 66.


NGC 2158 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2158 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2158 - Offener Sternhaufen

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Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2158, Mel 40
Apparent magnitude:
8,6 mag
Distance:
16.200 ly
Expansion:
24 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 07m 25,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+24° 05' 46''
Image information
Field of view width:
152,8'
Field of view height:
104,936'
Image scaling:
1,716''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

In the center the open cluster is M35.

The small star cluster on the right below is NGC 2158.


NGC 2167 - Stern
NGC 2167 - Stern
NGC 2167 - Stern
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2167, HD 41794
Apparent magnitude:
6,58 mag
Distance:
237 ly
Expansion:
0,03 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 06m 58,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 02' 10''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,943''
Field of view height:
109,825''
Image scaling:
1,91''/pixel
Apparent object width:
30''
Apparent object height:
30''

Notes:

In the center of the image is the reflection nebula NGC 2182. Above it the small blue, gold brown reflection nebula is NGC 2183, directly above it the wider blue reflection nebula NGC 2185 and above it the reflection nebula vdB 74.

Below the three bright blue areas are the reflection nebula NGC 2170 (left), vdB 69 (center) and vdB 68 (right). Below the bright blue star is NGC 2167, which was mistakenly included in the catalog.

Left of the three blue areas the violet nebula is LBN 999.

On the right is the reflection nebula vdB 70 embedded in the violet nebula LBN 990.

The dark nebula to the left of vdB 70 is LDN 1646.


NGC 2168 - Offener Sternhaufen
M035 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2168 - Offener Sternhaufen

Starhopper, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Object information
Catalog designations:
M35, NGC 2168, Mel 41
Apparent magnitude:
5,1 mag
Distance:
2.800 ly
Expansion:
23 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 09m 05s
Dec-Coordinates:
+24° 20' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
152,8'
Field of view height:
104,936'
Image scaling:
1,716''/pixel
Apparent object width:
28'
Apparent object height:
28'

Notes:

In the center of the open cluster is M35.

The small star cluster right below is NGC 2158.


NGC 2169 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2169 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2169 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2169
Apparent magnitude:
5,9 mag
Distance:
3.400 ly
Expansion:
5,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 08m 24,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+13° 57' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,924'
Field of view height:
26,795'
Image scaling:
1,183''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

The shape of the pile is reminiscent of the number 37.


NGC 2170 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2170 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2170 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2170, vdB 67
Apparent magnitude:
10,6 mag
Distance:
2.700 ly
Expansion:
1,6 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 07m 31,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 23' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,943'
Field of view height:
109,825'
Image scaling:
1,91''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the reflection nebula NGC 2182. Above it the small blue, gold brown reflection nebula is NGC 2183, directly above it the wider blue reflection nebula NGC 2185 and above it the reflection nebula vdB 74.

Below the three bright blue areas are the reflection nebula NGC 2170 (left), vdB 69 (center) and vdB 68 (right). Below the bright blue star is NGC 2167, which was mistakenly included in the catalog.

Left of the three blue areas the violet nebula is LBN 999.

On the right is the reflection nebula vdB 70 embedded in the violet nebula LBN 990.

The dark nebula to the left of vdB 70 is LDN 1646.


NGC 2174 - Affenkopf-Nebel
NGC 2174 - Affenkopf-Nebel
NGC 2174 - Affenkopf-Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2174, Sh2-252
Apparent magnitude:
6,9 mag
Distance:
6.400 ly
Expansion:
74 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 09m 23,6s
Dec-Coordinates:
+20° 39' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,791'
Field of view height:
93,509'
Image scaling:
3,036''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
30'

Notes:

In the center is the Monkey Head Nebula NGC 2174 (Sh2-252) with the open cluster NGC 2175. Part of NGC 2174 is cataloged as IC 2159.

Sh2-247 is visible in the upper left.


NGC 2175 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2175 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2175 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2175
Apparent magnitude:
6,8 mag
Distance:
6.350 ly
Expansion:
33 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 09m 39,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+20° 29' 15''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,791'
Field of view height:
93,509'
Image scaling:
3,036''/pixel
Apparent object width:
18'
Apparent object height:
18'

Notes:

In the center is the Monkey Head Nebula NGC 2174 (Sh2-252) with the open cluster NGC 2175. Part of NGC 2174 is cataloged as IC 2159.

Sh2-247 is visible in the upper left.


NGC 2182 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2182 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2182 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2182, vdB 72
Apparent magnitude:
9,35 mag
Distance:
2.700 ly
Expansion:
2,4 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 09m 30,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 19' 35''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,943'
Field of view height:
109,825'
Image scaling:
1,91''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the reflection nebula NGC 2182. Above it the small blue, gold brown reflection nebula is NGC 2183, directly above it the wider blue reflection nebula NGC 2185 and above it the reflection nebula vdB 74.

Below the three bright blue areas are the reflection nebula NGC 2170 (left), vdB 69 (center) and vdB 68 (right). Below the bright blue star is NGC 2167, which was mistakenly included in the catalog.

Left of the three blue areas the violet nebula is LBN 999.

On the right is the reflection nebula vdB 70 embedded in the violet nebula LBN 990.

The dark nebula to the left of vdB 70 is LDN 1646.


NGC 2183 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2183 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2183 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2183
Apparent magnitude:
15,15 mag
Distance:
2.180 ly
Expansion:
1 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 10m 46,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 12' 43''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,943'
Field of view height:
109,825'
Image scaling:
1,91''/pixel
Apparent object width:
1,5'
Apparent object height:
0,9'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the reflection nebula NGC 2182. Above it the small blue, gold brown reflection nebula is NGC 2183, directly above it the wider blue reflection nebula NGC 2185 and above it the reflection nebula vdB 74.

Below the three bright blue areas are the reflection nebula NGC 2170 (left), vdB 69 (center) and vdB 68 (right). Below the bright blue star is NGC 2167, which was mistakenly included in the catalog.

Left of the three blue areas the violet nebula is LBN 999.

On the right is the reflection nebula vdB 70 embedded in the violet nebula LBN 990.

The dark nebula to the left of vdB 70 is LDN 1646.


NGC 2185 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2185 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2185 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2185, vdB 73
Apparent magnitude:
9,18 mag
Distance:
2.700 ly
Expansion:
3,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 11m 00,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
-06° 13' 37''
Image information
Field of view width:
146,943'
Field of view height:
109,825'
Image scaling:
1,91''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the reflection nebula NGC 2182. Above it the small blue, gold brown reflection nebula is NGC 2183, directly above it the wider blue reflection nebula NGC 2185 and above it the reflection nebula vdB 74.

Below the three bright blue areas are the reflection nebula NGC 2170 (left), vdB 69 (center) and vdB 68 (right). Below the bright blue star is NGC 2167, which was mistakenly included in the catalog.

Left of the three blue areas the violet nebula is LBN 999.

On the right is the reflection nebula vdB 70 embedded in the violet nebula LBN 990.

The dark nebula to the left of vdB 70 is LDN 1646.


NGC 2192 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2192 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2192 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2192, Mel 42
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
8.150 ly
Expansion:
12 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 15m 17,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+39° 51' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
36,138'
Field of view height:
26,925'
Image scaling:
1,194''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'
NGC 2194 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2194 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2194 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2194, Mel 43
Apparent magnitude:
8,5 mag
Distance:
12.300 ly
Expansion:
32 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 13m 45,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
+12° 48' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
36,108'
Field of view height:
26,902'
Image scaling:
1,193''/pixel
Apparent object width:
9'
Apparent object height:
9'
NGC 2204 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2204 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2204 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2204, Mel 44
Apparent magnitude:
8,6 mag
Distance:
8.600 ly
Expansion:
25 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 16m 32,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-18° 39' 57''
Image information
Field of view width:
48'
Field of view height:
36'
Image scaling:
1,2''/pixel
Apparent object width:
10'
Apparent object height:
10'
NGC 2207 / IC 2163 -…
NGC 2207 / IC 2163 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
NGC 2207 / IC 2163 - Interagierendes Galaxienpaar
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2207 / IC 2163, NGC 2207, IC 2163
Apparent magnitude:
11,35 mag
Distance:
115.500.000 ly
Expansion:
161.000 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 16m 24,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-21° 22' 20,7''
Image information
Field of view width:
28,776'
Field of view height:
19,382'
Image scaling:
0,66''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,8'
Apparent object height:
2,2'

Notes:

The right galaxy is NGC 2207, the left one is IC 2163.


NGC 2214 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2214 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2214 - Kugelsternhaufen

Copyright by WikiSky.org, WikiSky's snapshot tool (nachbearbeitet mit PixInsight und Gimp)

Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2214, Ben 36
Apparent magnitude:
10,9 mag
Distance:
158.000 ly
Expansion:
165 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 12m 56,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-68° 15' 39''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,6'
Apparent object height:
3,6'
NGC 2215 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2215 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2215 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2215, Mel 45
Apparent magnitude:
8,4 mag
Distance:
4.200 ly
Expansion:
9,8 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 20m 49,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-07° 17' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
68'
Field of view height:
51'
Image scaling:
1,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8'
Apparent object height:
8'
NGC 2217 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 2217 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 2217 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2217
Apparent magnitude:
10,7 mag
Distance:
64.000.000 ly
Expansion:
87.500 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 21m 39,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
-27° 14' 02''
Image information
Field of view width:
32,538'
Field of view height:
21,406'
Image scaling:
0,66''/pixel
Apparent object width:
4,7'
Apparent object height:
4,3'
NGC 2237 - Rosettennebel
C049 - Rosettennebel
NGC 2237 - Rosettennebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
C49, NGC 2237, NGC 2238, NGC 2246, Sh2-275
Apparent magnitude:
6 mag
Distance:
5.200 ly
Expansion:
121 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 30m 42s
Dec-Coordinates:
+05° 01' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
198,094'
Field of view height:
130,69'
Image scaling:
3,251''/pixel
Apparent object width:
80'
Apparent object height:
60'

Notes:

The star cluster in the center of the Rosette Nebula (C49, Sh2-275) is NGC 2244.


NGC 2242 - Planetarischer Nebel
NGC 2242 - Planetarischer Nebel
NGC 2242 - Planetarischer Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2242, PN G170.3+15.8, PK 170+15.1
Apparent magnitude:
15 mag
Distance:
6.500 ly
Expansion:
0,7 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 34m 07,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+44° 46' 37''
Image information
Field of view width:
4,4'
Field of view height:
3,3'
Image scaling:
0,11''/pixel
Apparent object width:
0,37'
Apparent object height:
0,37'
NGC 2243 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2243 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2243 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2243, Mel 46, Ben 36a
Apparent magnitude:
9,4 mag
Distance:
14.500 ly
Expansion:
35 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 29m 34,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
-31° 16' 53''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
8,3'
Apparent object height:
8,3'
NGC 2244 - Satellite Cluster
C050 - Satellite Cluster
NGC 2244 - Satellite Cluster
Object information
Catalog designations:
C50, NGC 2244, NGC 2239, Mel 47
Apparent magnitude:
4,8 mag
Distance:
5.200 ly
Expansion:
36 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 30m 42s
Dec-Coordinates:
+05° 01' 00''
Image information
Field of view width:
198,094'
Field of view height:
130,69'
Image scaling:
3,251''/pixel
Apparent object width:
24'
Apparent object height:
24'

Notes:

The star cluster in the center of the Rosette Nebula (C49, Sh2-275) is NGC 2244.


NGC 2245 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2245 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2245 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2245
Apparent magnitude:
11 mag
Distance:
2.480 ly
Expansion:
3,6 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 32m 41,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+10° 09' 24''
Image information
Field of view width:
111,801'
Field of view height:
106,683'
Image scaling:
1,66''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
4'

Notes:

The big blue nebula is IC 447 / IC 2169. It contains the three reflection nebulae vdB 76, 77 and 78.

Above it the reflection nebula is IC 446 / IC 2167. it contains the reflection nebula vdB 79.

On the left the two blue nebulae are NGC 2245 (below) and NGC 2247 (vdB 82).


NGC 2247 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2247 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2247 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2247, vdB 82
Apparent magnitude:
8,5 mag
Distance:
2.480 ly
Expansion:
4,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 33m 05,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+10° 19' 20''
Image information
Field of view width:
111,801'
Field of view height:
106,683'
Image scaling:
1,66''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6'
Apparent object height:
6'

Notes:

The big blue nebula is IC 447 / IC 2169. It contains the three reflection nebulae vdB 76, 77 and 78.

Above it the reflection nebula is IC 446 / IC 2167. it contains the reflection nebula vdB 79.

On the left the two blue nebulae are NGC 2245 (below) and NGC 2247 (vdB 82).


NGC 2259 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2259 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2259 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2259, Mel 48
Apparent magnitude:
10,8 mag
Distance:
10.800 ly
Expansion:
11 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 38m 21,4s
Dec-Coordinates:
+10° 53' 01''
Image information
Field of view width:
188,165'
Field of view height:
141,226'
Image scaling:
2,449''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3,5'
Apparent object height:
3,5'

Notes:

NGC 2264 consists of a variety of objects: The Cone Nebula is the small dark cone centered at the bottom of the image, and above it extends the Christmas Tree Star cluster whose stars form a triangle with the apex facing the Cone Nebula.
The Christmas Tree Star cluster lies within the emission nebula Sh2-273.

At the top center is NGC 2259, the star cluster to the right of NGC 2264 is TR 5.
The bright spot in the trunk of the Christmas tree star cluster is the star system S Monocerotis.
The area around the trunk of the Christmas tree star cluster is often called the Snowflake Cluster because there are many stars converging as spokes to form a point, which looks like a snowflake.

To the right of the tree trunk is an area of nebula above the blue nebula, which is called the Fox Fur Nebula because it looks like a stole of fox fur.


NGC 2261 - Hubbles Variabler Nebel
C046 - Hubbles Variabler Nebel
NGC 2261 - Hubbles Variabler Nebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
C46, NGC 2261
Apparent magnitude:
9 mag
Distance:
2.600 ly
Expansion:
2,3 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 39m 09,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+08° 44' 40''
Image information
Field of view width:
20,8'
Field of view height:
15,524'
Image scaling:
0,65''/pixel
Apparent object width:
3'
Apparent object height:
2'
NGC 2264 - Weihnachtsbaum-Sternhaufen + Konusnebel
NGC 2264 - Weihnachtsbaum-Sternhaufen + Konusnebel
NGC 2264 - Weihnachtsbaum-Sternhaufen + Konusnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2264, Mel 49
Apparent magnitude:
12 mag
Distance:
2.500 ly
Expansion:
29 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 40m 58,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+09° 53' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
188,165'
Field of view height:
141,226'
Image scaling:
2,449''/pixel
Apparent object width:
40'
Apparent object height:
40'

Notes:

NGC 2264 consists of a variety of objects: The Cone Nebula is the small dark cone centered at the bottom of the image, and above it extends the Christmas Tree Star cluster whose stars form a triangle with the apex facing the Cone Nebula.
The Christmas Tree Star cluster lies within the emission nebula Sh2-273.

At the top center is NGC 2259, the star cluster to the right of NGC 2264 is TR 5.
The bright spot in the trunk of the Christmas tree star cluster is the star system S Monocerotis.
The area around the trunk of the Christmas tree star cluster is often called the Snowflake Cluster because there are many stars converging as spokes to form a point, which looks like a snowflake.

To the right of the tree trunk is an area of nebula above the blue nebula, which is called the Fox Fur Nebula because it looks like a stole of fox fur.


NGC 2266 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2266 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2266 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2266, Mel 50
Apparent magnitude:
9,5 mag
Distance:
9.900 ly
Expansion:
14 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 43m 19,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
+26° 58' 10''
Image information
Field of view width:
28'
Field of view height:
21'
Image scaling:
0,7''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'
NGC 2276 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 2276 - Spiralgalaxie
NGC 2276 - Spiralgalaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2276, Arp 25
Apparent magnitude:
11,3 mag
Distance:
115.000.000 ly
Expansion:
76.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
07h 27m 14,3s
Dec-Coordinates:
+85° 45' 16''
Image information
Field of view width:
46,18'
Field of view height:
34,64'
Image scaling:
1,347''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,3'
Apparent object height:
1,9'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the lenticular galaxy NGC 2300.

To its right is NGC 2276.


NGC 2281 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2281 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2281 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2281, Mel 51
Apparent magnitude:
5,4 mag
Distance:
1.800 ly
Expansion:
13 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 48m 17,8s
Dec-Coordinates:
+41° 04' 44''
Image information
Field of view width:
37,569'
Field of view height:
31,706'
Image scaling:
0,933''/pixel
Apparent object width:
25'
Apparent object height:
25'
NGC 2282 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2282 - Reflexionsnebel
NGC 2282 - Reflexionsnebel
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2282, IC 2172, vdB 85, BFS 54
Apparent magnitude:
10 mag
Distance:
5.380 ly
Expansion:
9,9 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 46m 51,5s
Dec-Coordinates:
+01° 18' 58''
Image information
Field of view width:
35,805'
Field of view height:
26,677'
Image scaling:
1,183''/pixel
Apparent object width:
6,3'
Apparent object height:
6,3'
NGC 2287 - Little Beehive
M041 - Little Beehive
NGC 2287 - Little Beehive
Object information
Catalog designations:
M41, NGC 2287, Mel 52
Apparent magnitude:
4,5 mag
Distance:
2.300 ly
Expansion:
25 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 45m 59,9s
Dec-Coordinates:
-20° 45' 15''
Image information
Field of view width:
329,909'
Field of view height:
219,596'
Image scaling:
10,31''/pixel
Apparent object width:
38'
Apparent object height:
38'
NGC 2298 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2298 - Kugelsternhaufen
NGC 2298 - Kugelsternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2298, Mel 53, Ben 37
Apparent magnitude:
9,3 mag
Distance:
30.000 ly
Expansion:
44 ly
RA-Coordinates:
06h 48m 59,2s
Dec-Coordinates:
-36° 00' 19''
Image information
Field of view width:
36'
Field of view height:
27'
Image scaling:
0,9''/pixel
Apparent object width:
5'
Apparent object height:
5'
NGC 2300 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 2300 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
NGC 2300 - Linsenförmige Galaxie
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2300, Arp 114
Apparent magnitude:
11,1 mag
Distance:
92.000.000 ly
Expansion:
74.900 ly
RA-Coordinates:
07h 32m 20s
Dec-Coordinates:
+85° 42' 34''
Image information
Field of view width:
46,18'
Field of view height:
34,64'
Image scaling:
1,347''/pixel
Apparent object width:
2,8'
Apparent object height:
2'

Notes:

In the center of the image is the lenticular galaxy NGC 2300.

To its right is NGC 2276.


NGC 2301 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2301 - Offener Sternhaufen
NGC 2301 - Offener Sternhaufen
Object information
Catalog designations:
NGC 2301, Mel 54
Apparent magnitude:
6 mag
Distance:
2.800 ly
Expansion:
12 ly