List of NGC objects (3001–4000)

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Image of the spiral galaxy NGC 3244 was taken with the help of the President of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus, during his visit to ESO's Paranal Observatory[1]

This is a list of objects 3001–4000 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,[2] 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.

3001–3100[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3021 Spiral galaxy Leo Minor 09h 50m 57s 33° 33′ 15″ 12.2
3030 Galaxy Hydra 09h 50m 10.5s −12° 13′ 35″ 15
3031 Messier 81 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 09h 55m 33.2s +69° 03′ 55″ 8.1
3032 Lenticular galaxy Leo 09h 52m 08.2s +29° 14′ 12″ 13.0
3033 Open cluster Vela 09h 48m 30s −56° 26′ 9.2
3034 Messier 82 Irregular galaxy Ursa Major 09h 55m 52.2s +69° 40′ 49″ 9.2
3035 Spiral galaxy Sextans 09h 51m 54.0s −06° 49′ 15″ 13.5
3049 Spiral galaxy Leo 09h 54m 49.8s +09° 16′ 17″ 13.5
3054 Spiral galaxy Hydra 09h 54m 28.9s −25° 42′ 07″ 12.2
3077 Irregular galaxy Ursa Major 10h 03m 20.0s +68° 44′ 02″ 10.9
3079 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 01m 58.5s +55° 40′ 50″ 11.2

3101–3200[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3109 Irregular galaxy Hydra 10h 03m 06.7s −26° 09′ 32″ 12
3110 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 04m 01.9s −06° 28′ 29″ 13.5
3115 Spindle Galaxy Lenticular galaxy Sextans 10h 05m 13.8s −07° 43′ 08″ 11
3122 (Duplicate of NGC 3110) Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 04m 01.9s −06° 28′ 29″ 13.5
3132 Eight-Burst Nebula Planetary nebula Vela 10h 07m 01.8s −40° 26′ 11″ 10.1
3169 Spiral galaxy Sextans 10h 14m 14.7s +03° 28′ 01″ 10.3
3180 (Located in NGC 3184) Diffuse nebula Ursa Major 10h 18m 17.0s +41° 25′ 26″ 10.4
3181 (Located in NGC 3184) Diffuse nebula[3] Ursa Major 10h 18m 11.5s[3] +41° 24′ 46″[3]
3182 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 19m 33.3s +58° 12′ 20″ 13.0
3183 Spiral galaxy Draco 10h 21m 48.9s +74° 10′ 40″ 12.5
3184 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 18m 17.0s +41° 25′ 26″ 10.4
3185 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 17m 38.7s +21° 41′ 17″ 12.9
3186 Galaxy Leo 10h 17m 38.0s +06° 58′ 16″ 15.0
3187 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 17m 47.9s +21° 52′ 24″ 13.8
3188 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 19m 42.8s +57° 25′ 25″ 14.7
3189 (Duplicate of NGC 3190) Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 18m 05.6s +21° 49′ 52″ 11.9
3190 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 18m 05.6s +21° 49′ 52″ 11.9
3191 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 19m 05.2s +46° 27′ 17″ 13.9
3192 (Duplicate of NGC 3191)[3] Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 18m 58.4s +46° 27′ 16″ 16.1
3193 Elliptical galaxy Leo 10h 18m 25.0s +21° 53′ 37″ 12.4
3194 Spiral galaxy Draco 10h 17m 40.2s +74° 20′ 50″ 13.9
3195 Planetary nebula Chamaeleon 10h 09m 20.9s −80° 51′ 31″
3196 Galaxy Leo 10h 18m 49.0s +27° 40′ 08″ 15.7
3197 Spiral galaxy Draco 10h 14m 28.2s +77° 49′ 12″ 14.5
3198 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 19m 54.8s +45° 33′ 01″ 10.7
3199 Diffuse nebula Carina 10h 16m 32.8s −57° 56′ 02″
3200 Spiral galaxy Hydra 10h 18m 36.4s −17° 58′ 57″ 12.3

3201–3300[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3201 Globular cluster Vela 10h 17m 36.8s −46° 24′ 40″ 9.2
3218 (Duplicate of NGC 3183) Spiral galaxy Draco 10h 21m 48.9s +74° 10′ 40″ 12.5
3226 Elliptical galaxy Leo 10h 23m 27.1s +19° 53′ 55″ 13.3
3227 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 23m 30.6s +19° 51′ 54″ 13.5
3242 Cat's Eye Nebula;
Ghost of Jupiter
Planetary nebula Hydra 10h 24m 46.1s −18° 38′ 33″ 10.3
3244 Spiral galaxy Antlia 10h 25m 29.2s −39° 49′ 40″ 12.3
3245 Lenticular galaxy Leo Minor 10h 27m 18.5s +28° 30′ 25″ 11.6
3265 Elliptical galaxy Leo Minor 10h 31m 06.8s +28° 47′ 47″ 14.1
3293 Open cluster Carina 10h 35m 48.8s −58° 13′ 00″ 4.8

3301–3400[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3310 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 38m 45.9s +53° 30′ 12″ 11.0
3311 Elliptical galaxy Hydra 10h 36m 43.3s −27° 31′ 41″ 13
3312 Spiral galaxy Hydra 10h 37m 02.3s −27° 33′ 54″ 12.7
3314 Spiral galaxy occulted by another spiral galaxy[4] Hydra 10h 37m 12.8s −27° 41′ 04″ 13.1
3344 Spiral galaxy Leo Minor 10h 43m 31.1s +24° 55′ 20″ 10.5
3351 Messier 95 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 43m 57.7s +11° 42′ 13″ 11.2
3359 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 10h 46m 36.6s +63° 13′ 25″ 11.0
3368 Messier 96 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 46m 45.8s +11° 49′ 10″ 10.0
3369 Lenticular galaxy Hydra 10h 46m 44.9s −25° 14′ 34″ 14.6
3370 Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 47m 04.2s +17° 16′ 23″ 12.4
3371 (Duplicate of NGC 3384) Lenticular galaxy Leo 10h 48m 16.9s +12° 37′ 43″ 10.0
3372 Eta Carina Nebula;
Keyhole Nebula
Diffuse nebula Carina 10h 44m 19.0s −59° 53′ 21″
3379 Messier 105 Elliptical galaxy Leo 10h 47m 49.8s +12° 34′ 55″ 9.6
3384 Lenticular galaxy Leo 10h 48m 16.9s +12° 37′ 43″ 10.0

3401–3500[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3486 Spiral galaxy Leo Minor 11h 00m 24.1s +28° 58′ 32″ 11.2

3501–3600[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3518 (Duplicate entry for NGC 3110) Spiral galaxy Leo 10h 04m 01.9s −06° 28′ 29″ 13.5
3521 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 05m 48.9s −00° 02′ 06″ 10.1
3532 Open cluster Carina 11h 05m 33s −58° 44′ 3.3
3539 Lenticular galaxy Ursa Major 11h 09m 08.8s +28° 40′ 21″
3550 Lenticular Ursa Major 11h 10m 38.3s +28° 46′ 04″
3552 Lenticular Ursa Major 11h 10m 42.8s +28° 41′ 25″
3553 Lenticular Ursa Major 11h 10m 40.3s +28° 51′ 09″
3554 Elliptical Ursa Major 11h 10m 47.8s +28° 39′ 38″
3556 Messier 108 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 11m 31.3s +55° 40′ 31″ 10.7
3576 Diffuse nebula Carina 11h 11m 49.8s −61° 18′ 14″
3587 Messier 97;
Owl Nebula
Planetary nebula Ursa Major 11h 14m 47.7s +55° 01′ 09″
3593 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 14m 37.1s +12° 49′ 03″ 11.8
3596 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 15m 06.3s +14° 47′ 12″ 11.7

3601–3700[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3603 Diffuse nebula Carina 11h 15m 09.1s −61° 16′ 17″ 10.1
3621 Spiral galaxy Hydra 11h 18m 16.8s −32° 48′ 49″ 10.0
3623 Messier 65 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 18m 55.8s +13° 05′ 32″ 9.6
3627 Messier 66 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 20m 15.1s +12° 59′ 22″ 8.9
3628 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 20m 16.9s +13° 35′ 14″ 11.5
3629 Spiral galaxy Leo 11h 20m 31.9s +26° 57′ 47″ 12.9
3690 Interacting galaxies Ursa Major 11h 28m 33.1s +58° 33′ 54″ 11.8

3701–3800[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3758 Markarian 739 toward Leo
3766 Open cluster Centaurus 11h 36m 13.3s −61° 36′ 55″ 5.7
3773 Lenticular galaxy Leo 11h 38m 13.1s +12° 06′ 43″ 13.1
3783 Barred spiral Centaurus 11h 39m 01.721s –37° 44′ 18.60″

3801–3900[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3808A Interacting galaxy Leo 11h 40m 44.2s +22° 25′ 46″ 14.1
3808B Interacting galaxy Leo 11h 40m 44.5s +22° 26′ 48″ 15
3842 Elliptical galaxy Leo 11h 44m 02.1s +19° 56′ 59″ 12.5
3877 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 46m 07.8s +47° 29′ 41″ 11.8

3901–4000[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
3918 Planetary nebula Centaurus 11h 50m 17.7s −57° 10′ 57″ 10.0
3938 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 52m 49.5s +44° 07′ 13″ 11.0
3949 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 53m 41.9s +47° 51′ 29″ 10.9
3953 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 53m 49.1s +52° 19′ 37″ 10.8
3982 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 56m 28.3s +55° 07′ 29″ 11.6
3992 Messier 109 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major 11h 57m 35.9s +53° 22′ 35″ 10.7
3999 Lenticular galaxy Leo 11h 57m 56.5s +25° 04′ 05″ 15.7

References[edit]

  1. ^ "President of Czech Republic visits ESO's Paranal Observatory". ESO Organisation Release. Retrieved 16 May 2011. 
  2. ^ 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. 
  3. ^ a b c d "NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database". Results for various objects. 
  4. ^ R. E. White, III, W. C. Keel, C. J. Conselice (2000). "Seeing Galaxies through Thick and Thin. I. Optical Opacity Measures in Overlapping Galaxies". Astrophysical Journal 542 (2): 761–778. Bibcode:2000ApJ...542..761W. doi:10.1086/317011.