List of NGC objects (4001–5000)

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This is a list of objects 4001–5000 in the New General Catalogue (NGC). The astronomical catalogue is composed mainly of star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies. Other objects in the catalogue can be found in the other subpages of the list of NGC objects.

The constellation information in these tables is taken from The Complete New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue of Nebulae and Star Clusters by J. L. E. Dreyer,[1] which was accessed using the VizieR Service (website: http://vizier.u-strasbg.fr/viz-bin/VizieR). Galaxy types are identified using the NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database (website: http://nedwww.ipac.caltech.edu/). The other data in these tables are from the SIMBAD Astronomical Database (website: http://simbad.u-strasbg.fr/simbad/) unless otherwise stated.

4001–4100[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4013 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 58m 31.4s +43° 56′ 51″ 12.4
4014 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 11h 58m 35.9s +16° 10′ 36″ 13.5
4015 Arp 138 Interacting galaxies Coma Berenices 11h 58m 42.5s +25° 02′ 13″ 14.2
4016 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 58m 29.2s +27° 31′ 43″ 14.6
4017 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 11h 58m 45.8s +27° 27′ 08″ 13.5
4018 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 11h 58m 31.4s +43° 56′ 48″ 12.4
4027 Spiral galaxy Corvus 11h 59m 27.8s −19° 16′ 32″ 11.7
4038 Antennae Galaxies Interacting galaxy Corvus 12h 01m 52.5s −18° 52′ 03″ 11.0
4039 Antennae Galaxies Interacting galaxy Corvus 12h 01m 52.5s −18° 52′ 03″ 11.0
4088 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 12h 05m 33.7s +50° 32′ 23″ 11.2

4101–4200[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4121 Elliptical galaxy Draco 12h 07m 56.6s +65° 06′ 50″ 14.1
4125 Elliptical galaxy Draco 12h 08m 06.3s +65° 10′ 27″ 10.9
4151 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 10m 32.7s +39° 24′ 20″ 11.2
4178 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 12m 47s +10° 52′ 0″ 11.4
4192 Messier 98 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 13m 48.4s +14° 52′ 58″ 11.0

4201-4300[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4214 Irregular galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 15m 39.2s +36° 19′ 41″ 10.3
4216 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 15m 54.4s +13° 09′ 00″ 11.2
4236 Spiral galaxy Draco 12h 16m 41.8s +69° 28′ 10″ 10.7
4244 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 17m 30.1s +37° 48′ 30″ 10.2
4254 Messier 99 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 18m 49.6s +14° 25′ 00″ 10.2
4258 Messier 106 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 18m 57.5s +47° 18′ 14″ 9.6
4261 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 19m 23.2s +05° 49′ 30″ 10.4

4301–4400[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4303 Messier 61 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 21m 55.0s +04° 28′ 29″ 10.9
4308 Elliptical galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 21m 56.9s +30° 04′ 27″ 14.3
4309 Lenticular galaxy Virgo 12h 22m 12.4s +07° 08′ 38″ 14.3
4314 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 22m 32.0s +29° 53′ 44″ 11.5
4319 Spiral galaxy Draco 12h 21m 44.1s +75° 19′ 21″ 13.0
4321 Messier 100 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 22m 55.0s +15° 49′ 20″ 10.6
4325 Galaxy cluster 12h 23m 06.68s +10° 37′ 16.3″
4374 Messier 84 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 25m 03.7s +12° 53′ 13″ 10.8
4382 Messier 85 Lenticular galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 25m 24.2s +18° 11′ 27″ 10.2
4395 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 25m 48.9s +33° 32′ 48″ 11.7

4401–4500[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4406 Messier 86 Lenticular galaxy
/Elliptical galaxy
Virgo 12h 26m 12.2s +12° 56′ 45″ 10.9
4414 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 26m 27.1s +31° 13′ 21″ 10.9
4435 Eyes Galaxies Lenticular galaxy Virgo 12h 27m 40.6s +13° 04′ 44″ 11.9
4438 Eyes Galaxies Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 27m 45.9s +13° 00′ 32″ 12.0
4444 Spiral galaxy Centaurus
4448 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 28m 15.2s +28° 37′ 16″ 11.9
4449 Irregular galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 28m 11.0s +44° 05′ 33.4″ 10.0[2]
4450 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 28m 29.6s +17° 05′ 05″ 11.2
4463 Open cluster Musca 12h 30m −64° 47′ 7.6
4486 Messier 87 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 30m 49.4s +12° 23′ 28″ 12.9

4501–4600[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4501 Messier 88 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 31m 59.3s +14° 25′ 13″ 10.6
4526 Lenticular galaxy Virgo 12h 34m 03.2s +07° 41′ 58″ 10.6
4536 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 34m 27.2s +02° 11′ 15″ 12.3
4548 Messier 91 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 35m 26.6s +14° 29′ 45″ 11.5
4552 Messier 89 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 35m 40.0s +12° 33′ 23″ 11.1
4555 Elliptical galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 35m 41.3s +26° 31′ 23″ 13.5
4559 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 35m 57.8s +27° 57′ 35″ 10.7
4565 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 36m 21.1s +25° 59′ 14″ 10.3
4567 Siamese Twins[2] Interacting galaxy Virgo 12h 36m 32.8s +11° 15′ 27″ 12.1
4568 Siamese Twins[2] Interacting galaxy Virgo 12h 36m 34.3s +11° 14′ 18″ 12.1
4569 Messier 90 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 36m 50.1s +13° 09′ 46″ 11.8
4579 Messier 58 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 37m 43.5s +11° 49′ 04″ 11.5
4590 Messier 68 Globular cluster Hydra 12h 39m 28.0s −26° 44′ 35″ 10.3
4594 Messier 104;
Sombrero Galaxy
Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 39m 59.4s −11° 37′ 23″ 10.3

4601–4700[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4603 Spiral galaxy Centaurus 12h 40m 55.3s −40° 58′ 32″ 12.1
4605 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 12h 40m 00.4s +61° 36′ 32″ 10.8
4618 Irregular galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 41m 32.5s +41° 09′ 00″ 11.5
4621 Messier 59 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 42m 02.4s +11° 38′ 45″ 11.0
4622 Spiral galaxy Centaurus 12h 42m 37.6s −40° 44′ 35″ 13.5
4623 Lenticular galaxy Virgo 12h 42m 10.8s +07° 40′ 34″ 13.6
4624 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 42m 50.0s +02° 41′ 17″ 11.8
4625 Irregular galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 41m 52.8s +41° 16′ 26″ 13.0
4626 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 42m 25.3s −07° 02′ 38″ 14
4627 Elliptical galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 41m 59.7s +32° 34′ 24″ 13.3
4631 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 42m 07.8s +32° 32′ 27″ 9.8
4639 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 42m 52.5s +13° 15′ 24″ 12.4
4647 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 43m 32.6s +11° 34′ 55″ 12.5
4649 Messier 60 Elliptical galaxy Virgo 12h 43m 40.2s +11° 33′ 09″ 10.3
4650 Spiral galaxy Centaurus 12h 44m 19.7s −40° 43′ 50″ 12.8
4656 Interacting galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 43m 58.2s +32° 10′ 09″ 10.6
4657 Interacting galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 44m 11.3s +32° 12′ 19″
4666 Spiral galaxy Virgo 12h 45m 08.3s −00° 27′ 49″ 10.8
4676 Mice Galaxies Interacting galaxies Coma Berenices 12h 46m 10.2s +30° 43′ 54″ 14.1

4701–4800[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4710 Lenticular galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 49m 38.9s +15° 09′ 54″ 11.6
4712 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 49m 34.2s +25° 28′ 12″ 13.3
4725 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 50m 26.7s +25° 30′ 02″ 10.2
4736 Messier 94 Spiral galaxy Canes Venatici 12h 50m 52.6s +41° 07′ 09″ 8.7
4755 Jewel Box;
Kappa Crucis Cluster
Open cluster Crux 12h 53m 42s −60° 22′

4801–4900[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4826 Messier 64;
Black Eye Galaxy
Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 56m 43.9s +21° 41′ 00″ 8.9
4833 Globular cluster Musca 12h 59m 35.0s −70° 52′ 29″ 8.7
4881 Elliptical galaxy Coma Berenices 12h 59m 57.8s +28° 14′ 48″ 14.7
4889 Caldwell 35 Elliptical galaxy Coma Berenices 13h 00m 08.1s +27° 58′ 37″ 11.4

4901–5000[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
4911 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 13h 00m 56.1s +27° 47′ 25.5″ 12.8
4945 Spiral galaxy Centaurus 13h 05m 26.1s −49° 28′ 15″ 9.6
4976 Elliptical galaxy Centaurus 13h 08m 37.4s −49° 30′ 20″ 11.2
4984 Lenticular galaxy Virgo 13h 08m 57.3s −15° 30′ 59″ 12
5000 Spiral galaxy Coma Berenices 13h 09m 47.6s +28° 54′ 23″ 14.2

References[edit]

  1. ^ R. W. Sinnott, editor (1988). The Complete New General Catalogue and Index Catalogue of Nebulae and Star Clusters by J. L. E. Dreyer. Sky Publishing Corporation and Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-933346-51-4. 
  2. ^ a b c "NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database". Results for various objects.