List of NGC objects (7001–7840)

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This is a list of objects 7001-7840 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.

7001–7100[edit]

NGC number Object type Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude Constellation Discovery date Discover
7001 galaxy 21h 1m 7,7s -0° 11' 41" 13,5 Aquarius 21 July 1827 J. Herschel
7002 galaxy 21h 3m 45s -49° 1' 45" 12,4 Indus 30 September 1834 J. Herschel
7003 galaxy 21h 0m 42,3s +17° 48' 17" 13 Delphinus 26 August 1864 d'Arrest
7004 galaxy 21h 4m 2s -49° 6' 51" 13,1 Indus 2 October 1834 J. Herschel
7005 Open cluster 21h 1m 57s -12° 52' 48" - Aquarius 23 August 1855 d'Arrest
7006 Globular cluster 21h 1m 29,5s +16° 11' 17" 10,6 Delphinus 21 August 1784 W. Herschel
7007 galaxy 21h 5m 27,8s -52° 33' 7" 11,9 Indus 8 July 1834 J. Herschel
7008 Planetary nebula 21h 0m 32,8s +54° 32' 38" 10,7 Cygnus 14 October 1787 W. Herschel
7009 Planetary nebula 21h 4m 10,8s -11° 21' 47" 8 Aquarius 7 September 1782 W. Herschel
7010 galaxy 21h 4m 39,4s -12° 20' 16" 13 Aquarius 6 August 1823 J. Herschel
7011 Open cluster 21h 1m 50s +47° 21' 17" - Cygnus 19 September 1829 J. Herschel
7012 galaxy 21h 6m 45,5s -44° 48' 52" 12,7 Microscopium 1 July 1834 J. Herschel
7013 galaxy 21h 3m 33,6s +29° 53' 49" 11,5 Cygnus 17 July 1784 W. Herschel
7014 galaxy 21h 7m 52s -47° 10' 43" 12,3 Indus 2 October 1834 J. Herschel
7015 galaxy 21h 5m 37,3s +11° 24' 49" 12,4 Equuleus 29 September 1878 Stephan
7016 galaxy 21h 7m 16,2s -25° 28' 7" 13,7 Capricornus 1886 Leavenworth
7017 galaxy 21h 7m 20,5s -25° 29' 15" 14,4 Capricornus 1886 Leavenworth
7018 galaxy 21h 7m 25,4s -25° 25' 45" 13,5 Capricornus 1886 Leavenworth
7019 galaxy 21h 6m 25,8s -24° 24' 46" 14,1 Capricornus 1886 Leavenworth
7020 galaxy 21h 11m 19,9s -64° 1' 31" 11,8 Pavo 31 August 1836 J. Herschel
7021 galaxy 21h 11m 19,9s -64° 1' 31" 11,8 Pavo 22 czerwca 1835 J. Herschel
7022 galaxy 21h 9m 35,1s -49° 18' 13" 13 Indus 2 October 1834 J. Herschel
7023 Reflection nebula 21h 1m 35,5s +68° 10' 10" - Cefeusz 18 October 1794 W. Herschel
7024 Open cluster 21h 6m 9,1s +41° 29' 24" - Cygnus 17 October 1786 W. Herschel
7025 galaxy 21h 7m 47,4s +16° 20' 9" 12,9 Delphinus 17 September 1863 Marth
7026 Planetary nebula 21h 6m 18,6s +47° 51' 10" 10,9 Cygnus 6 July 1873 Burnham
7027 Planetary nebula 21h 7m 1,7s +42° 14' 12" 8,5 Cygnus 1878 Stephan
7028 Object does not exist 21h 8m 15s +18° 28' 48" - Delphinus 17 September 1863 Marth
7029 galaxy 21h 11m 51,7s -49° 17' 1" 11,4 Indus 2 October 1834 J. Herschel
7030 galaxy 21h 11m 13,3s -20° 29' 12" 13,7 Capricornus 1886 Leavenworth
7031 Open cluster 21h 7m 12,5s +50° 52' 12" 9,1 Cygnus 21 September 1788 W. Herschel
7032 galaxy 21h 15m 22,9s -68° 17' 15" 12,9 Pavo 20 July 1835 J. Herschel
7033 galaxy 21h 9m 36,2s +15° 7' 31" 14,2 Pegasus 17 September 1863 Marth
7034 galaxy 21h 9m 38,1s +15° 9' 4" 14 Pegasus 17 September 1863 Marth
7035 galaxy 21h 10m 45,5s -23° 8' 7" 14,4 Capricornus 1886 Muller
7036 Triple star 21h 10m 12s +15° 22' 36" - Pegasus 11 October 1825 J. Herschel
7037 Open cluster 21h 10m 48s +33° 44' 48" - Cygnus 5 August 1829 J. Herschel
7038 galaxy 21h 15m 7,5s -47° 13' 13" 12 Indus 30 September 1834 J. Herschel
7039 Open cluster 21h 10m 48s +45° 37' 0" 7,6 Cygnus 19 September 1829 J. Herschel
7040 galaxy 21h 13m 16,5s +8° 51' 54" 14 Equuleus 18 August 1882 Mark W. Harrington
7041 galaxy 21h 16m 32,1s -48° 21' 47" 11,1 Indus 7 July 1834 J. Herschel
7042 galaxy 21h 13m 45,7s +13° 34' 30" 12 Pegasus 16 October 1784 W. Herschel
7043 galaxy 21h 14m 4,2s +13° 37' 35" 13,8 Pegasus 18 August 1863 Marth
7044 Open cluster 21h 13m 9,4s +42° 29' 46" 12 Cygnus 17 October 1786 W. Herschel
7045 Double star 21h 14m 50,3s +4° 30' 28" - Equuleus 16 July 1827 J. Herschel
7046 galaxy 21h 14m 56s +2° 50' 4" 13,2 Equuleus 10 October 1790 W. Herschel
7047 galaxy 21h 16m 27,4s -0° 49' 35" 13,4 Aquarius 20 August 1873 Stephan
7048 Planetary nebula 21h 14m 15,2s +46° 17' 21" 12,1 Cygnus 19 October 1878 Stephan
7049 galaxy 21h 19m 0,2s -48° 33' 41" 10,6 Indus 4 August 1826 Dunlop
7050 Open cluster 21h 15m 8s +36° 10' 30" - Cygnus 19 August 1828 J. Herschel
7051 galaxy 21h 19m 51,3s -8° 46' 57" 13 Aquarius 30 July1827 J. Herschel
7052 galaxy 21h 18m 33s +26° 26' 50" 12,6 Lisek 10 September 1784 W. Herschel
7053 galaxy 21h 21m 7,5s +23° 5' 7" 13,1 Pegasus 2 September 1863 Marth
7054 Object does not exist 21h 20m 43,5s +39° 10' 18" - Cygnus 1872 Stephan
7055 Open cluster 21h 19m 30s +57° 34' 12" - Cefeusz 25 September 1829 J. Herschel
7056 galaxy 21h 22m 7,5s +18° 39' 56" 13,1 Pegasus 17 September 1863 Marth
7057 galaxy 21h 24m 58,5s -42° 27' 37" 12,7 Microscopium 2 September 1836 J. Herschel
7058 Open cluster 21h 21m 0s +50° 48' 30" - Cygnus 8 September 1829 J. Herschel
7059 galaxy 21h 27m 21,7s -60° 0' 53" 11,8 Pavo 22 July 1835 J. Herschel
7060 galaxy 21h 25m 53,5s -42° 24' 39" 12,8 Microscopium 2 September 1836 J. Herschel
7061 galaxy 21h 27m 26,7s -49° 3' 48" 13,1 Indus 30 September 1834 J. Herschel
7062 Open cluster 21h 23m 27,4s +46° 22' 43" 8,3 Cygnus 19 October 1788 W. Herschel
7063 Open cluster 21h 24m 22s +36° 29' 12" 7 Cygnus 19 August 1828 J. Herschel
7064 galaxy 21h 29m 3,2s -52° 46' 2" 12,2 Indus 8 July 1834 J. Herschel
7065 galaxy 21h 26m 42,2s -6° 59' 41" 13,7 Aquarius 3 August 1864 Marth
7066 galaxy 21h 26m 13,7s +14° 10' 59" 14,2 Pegasus 31 August 1886 L. Swift
7067 Open cluster 21h 24m 24s +48° 0' 36" 9,7 Cygnus 27 September 1788 W. Herschel
7068 galaxy 21h 26m 32,3s +12° 11' 4" 14 Pegasus 7 listopada 1863 Marth
7069 galaxy 21h 28m 5,8s -1° 38' 47" 13,5 Aquarius 12 October 1863 Marth
7070 galaxy 21h 30m 25,2s -43° 5' 12" 12,1 Żuraw 5 September 1834 J. Herschel
7071 Open cluster 21h 26m 40s +47° 55' 22" - Cygnus 19 September 1829 J. Herschel
7072 galaxy 21h 30m 37s -43° 9' 9" 13,6 Żuraw 5 September 1834 J. Herschel
7073 galaxy 21h 29m 26s -11° 29' 19" 13,7 Capricornus 25 August 1864 Marth
7074 galaxy 21h 29m 38,8s +6° 40' 56" 14,5 Pegasus 16 October 1863 Marth
7075 galaxy 21h 31m 32,9s -38° 37' 5" 12,8 Żuraw 4 September 1834 J. Herschel
7076 Planetary nebula 21h 26m 24,1s +62° 53' 30" 13,5 Cefeusz 15 October 1794 W. Herschel
7077 galaxy 21h 29m 59,5s +2° 24' 53" 13 Aquarius 11 August 1863 Marth
7078 Globular cluster 21h 29m 58,3s +12° 10' 3" 6,3 Pegasus 7 September 1746 Maraldi
7079 galaxy 21h 32m 35s -44° 4' 3" 11,5 Żuraw 6 September 1834 J. Herschel
7080 galaxy 21h 30m 1,9s +26° 43' 6" 12,4 Lisek 6 September 1863 Marth
7081 galaxy 21h 31m 24,3s +2° 29' 28" 12,8 Aquarius 10 October 1790 W. Herschel
7082 Open cluster 21h 29m 17s +47° 7' 36" 7,2 Cygnus 19 October 1788 W. Herschel
7083 galaxy 21h 35m 44,6s -63° 54' 12" 11,1 Indus 28 August 1826 Dunlop
7084 Object does not exist 21h 32m 33s +17° 30' 30" - Pegasus 11 October 1825 J. Herschel
7085 galaxy 21h 32m 25,1s +6° 34' 54" 14,5 Pegasus 3 August 1864 Marth
7086 Open cluster 21h 30m 27,5s +51° 36' 2" 8,4 Cygnus 21 September 1788 W. Herschel
7087 galaxy 21h 34m 33,4s -40° 49' 6" 12,9 Żuraw 4 September 1834 J. Herschel
7088 Object does not exist 21h 33m 22s -0° 23' 0" - Aquarius 28 September 1880 Baxendell
7089 Globular cluster 21h 33m 27,2s -0° 49' 22" 6,6 Aquarius 11 September 1746 Maraldi
7090 galaxy 21h 36m 27,7s -54° 33' 18" 10,7 Indus 4 October 1834 J. Herschel
7091 galaxy 21h 34m 7,7s -36° 39' 14" 12,8 Żuraw 1 September 1834 J. Herschel
7092 Open cluster 21h 31m 42s +48° 25' 0" 4,6 Cygnus 325 p.n.e. / 24 October 1764 Arystoteles / Messier
7093 Open cluster 21h 34m 21s +45° 57' 56" - Cygnus 19 September 1829 J. Herschel
7904 Planetary nebula 21h 36m 53s +12° 47' 22" 13,4 Pegasus 10 October 1884 L. Swift
7095 galaxy 21h 52m 24,8s -81° 31' 53" 11,4 Oktant 21 September 1837 J. Herschel
7096 galaxy 21h 41m 19,1s -63° 54' 30" 11,9 Indus 31 August 1836 J. Herschel
7097 galaxy 21h 40m 12,8s -42° 32' 21" 11,6 Żuraw 5 September 1834 J. Herschel
7098 galaxy 21h 44m 16s -75° 6' 39" 11,3 Oktant 22 September 1835 J. Herschel
7099 Globular cluster 21h 40m 22s -23° 10' 43" 6,9 Capricornus 3 August 1764 Messier
7100 star 21h 39m 6,9s +8° 57' 2" - Pegasus 31 August 1886 Bigourdan

7101–7200[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7129 Open cluster Cepheus 21h 42m 56s +66° 06′ 11.5
7139 Planetary nebula Cepheus 21h 46m 08s +63° 47′ 13.3
7142 Open cluster Cepheus 21h 45m 09s +65° 47′ 10.4

7201–7300[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7217 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 07m 52.6s +31° 21′ 33″ 11.0
7252 Atoms for Peace Galaxy Lenticular galaxy Aquarius 22h 20m 44.8s −24° 40′ 42″ 12.7
7257 Spiral galaxy Aquarius 22h 22m 35.4s −04° 07′ 26″ 14
7293 Helix Nebula Planetary nebula Aquarius 22h 29m 38.6s −20° 50′ 14″ 13.2

7301–7400[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7301 Barred spiral galaxy Aquarius 22h 30m 34.8s −17° 34′ 25″ 13.3
7302 Elliptical galaxy Aquarius 22h 32m 23.9s −14° 07′ 15″ 12.3
7303 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 31m 33.0s +30° 57′ 24″ 12.8
7314 Spiral galaxy Piscis Austrinus 22h 35m 46.1s −26° 03′ 02″ 11.6
7315 Lenticular galaxy Pegasus 22h 35m 31.9s +34° 48′ 11″ 13.8
7318 (Part of Stephan's Quintet) Interacting galaxies Pegasus 22h 35m 58.4s +33° 57′ 57″ 13.9
7318a (Part of Stephan's Quintet) Interacting galaxy Pegasus 22h 35m 56.9s +33° 57′ 54″ 14.9
7318b (Part of Stephan's Quintet) Interacting galaxy Pegasus 22h 35m 58.5s +33° 57′ 55″ 14.1
7319 (Part of Stephan's Quintet) Interacting galaxy Pegasus 22h 36m 03.7s +33° 58′ 31″ 14.8
7320 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 36m 03.6s +33° 56′ 53″ 13.8
7320c Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 36m 20.3s +33° 59′ 07″ 17
7331 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 37m 04.3s +34° 24′ 59″ 10.4
7335 Lenticular galaxy Pegasus 22h 37m 19.5s +34° 26′ 50″ 14.7
7337 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 37m 26.8s +34° 22′ 26″ 15.7
7340 Elliptical galaxy Pegasus 22h 37m 44.2s +34° 24′ 36″ 14.9
7343 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 22h 38m 38.0s +34° 04′ 17″ 14.3
7354 Planetary nebula Cepheus 22h 40m 19.9s +61° 17′ 08″
7380 Open cluster Cepheus 22h 47m +58° 07′ 7.6

7401–7500[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7424 Grand Design Galaxy Spiral galaxy Grus 22h 57m 18s −41° 04′ 14″ 11.0
7479 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 23h 04m 56.7s +12° 19′ 23″ 11.7

7501–7600[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7510 Open cluster Cepheus 23h 11m +60° 34′ 8.8
7537 Spiral galaxy Pisces 23h 14m 34.8s +04° 29′ 54″ 13.8
7582 Seyfert 2 Galaxy
7600 Elliptical galaxy Aquarius

7601–7700[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7635 Bubble Nebula Diffuse nebula Cassiopeia 23h 20m 48.3s +61° 12′ 06″
7654 Messier 52 Open cluster Cassiopeia 23h 25m +61° 35′
7662 Copeland's Blue Snowball Planetary nebula Andromeda 23h 25m 54.0s +42° 32′ 06″ 9.4
7673 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 23h 27m 41.4s +23° 35′ 21″ 12.7

7701–7800[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7714 Spiral galaxy Pisces 23h 36m 14.1s +2° 9′ 17″ 12.2
7742 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 23h 44m 15.9s +10° 46′ 01″ 12.5
7752 Irregular galaxy Pegasus 23h 46m 58.5s +29° 27′ 32″ 14.3
7753 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 23h 47m 05.0s +29° 29′ 00″ 13.2
7777 Lenticular galaxy Pegasus 23h 53m 12.6s +28° 16′ 59″ 14.5
7789 Open cluster Cassiopeia 23h 57m 24s +56° 43′ 7.7
7793 Spiral galaxy Sculptor 23h 57m 49.7s −32° 35′ 30″ 9.7

7801–7840[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
7814 Spiral galaxy Pegasus 00h 03m 14.9s +16° 08′ 44″ 12.0
7840 Galaxy Pisces 00h 07m 08.8s[2] +08° 23′ 01″[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 0-933-34651-4. 
  2. ^ a b "NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database". Results for various objects.