List of NGC objects (2001–3000)

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This is a list of NGC objects 2001–3000 from 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".[2] Galaxy types are identified using the NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database.[3] The other data of these tables are from the SIMBAD Astronomical Database[4] unless otherwise stated.

2001–2100[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2001 Association of stars Dorado  05h 29m 02s −68° 46′ 18″
2002 Open cluster Dorado  05h 30m 20.4s −66° 53′ 03″ 10.8
2003 Open cluster Dorado  05h 30m 54s −66° 28′ 11.3
2004 Open cluster Dorado  05h 30m 40s −67° 17′ 18″
2005 Open cluster Dorado  05h 30m 09s −69° 45′ 11.6
2006 Open cluster Dorado  05h 31m 19s −66° 58′ 24″ 10.9
2007 Barred spiral galaxy Pictor  05h 34m 59s −50° 55′ 18″
2008 Spiral galaxy Pictor  05h 35m 04s −50° 58′
2009 Open cluster Dorado  05h 30m 59s −69° 10′ 48″ 11.0
2010 Open cluster Mensa  05h 30m 35s −70° 49′ 06″ 11.7
2011 Star cluster Dorado  05h 32m 19s −67° 31′ 24″ 10.6
2012 Spiral galaxy Mensa  05h 22m 35s −79° 51′ 06″
2013 Open cluster Auriga  05h 44m 01s 55° 47′ 36″
2014 Association of stars Dorado  05h 32m 24s −67° 41′ 9.0
2015 Association of stars Dorado  05h 32m 06s −69° 14′ 36″ 10.4
2016 Open cluster Mensa  05h 31m 38s −69° 56′ 48″
2017 Open cluster Lepus  05h 39m 16s −17° 50′ 58″
2018 Association of stars Mensa  05h 31m 21s −71° 4′ 11″ 10.9
2019 Globular cluster Mensa  05h 31m 56s −70° 9′ 36″ 10.9
2020 Diffuse nebula Dorado  05h 33m 12s −67° 43′
2021 Association of stars Dorado  05h 33m 30s −67° 27′ 12.1
2022 Planetary nebula Orion  05h 42m 06.2s +09° 05′ 11″ 14.2
2023 Diffuse nebula Orion  05h 41m 37.9s −02° 15′ 52″
2024 Flame Nebula Emission nebula Orion  05h 41m 43s −01° 51′
2025 Open cluster Mensa  05h 32m 33s −71° 43′ 10.9
2026 Doesn't exist Unknown Taurus  05h 43m 12s 20° 07′ 60″
2027 Star cluster Dorado  05h 35m −66° 55′ 11.0
2028 Open cluster Mensa  05h 33m 49s −69° 57′ 06″ 12.9
2029 Emission nebula Dorado  05h 35m 38s −66° 02′ 12.3
2030 (Part of the Seagull Nebula) Emission nebula Dorado  05h 35m 01s −67° 33′ 18″
2031 Globular cluster Mensa  05h 33m 41s −70° 59′ 12″ 10.8
2032 Seagull Nebula Emission nebula Dorado  05h 35m 20s −67° 34′ 37″
2033 Association of stars Dorado  05h 34m 31s −69° 46′ 48″ 11.6
2034 Association of stars Dorado  05h 35m 32s −66° 54′ 12″
2035 (Part of the Seagull Nebula) Emission nebula Dorado  05h 35m 31s −67° 35′ 03″ 11.0
2036 Open cluster Mensa  05h 34m 31s −70° 04′ 12.8
2037 Star cluster Dorado  05h 35m −69° 43′ 54″ 10.3
2038 Open cluster Mensa  05h 34m 41s −70° 33′ 42″ 11.9
2039 Doesn't exist Unknown Orion  05h 44m 08° 41′ 30″
2040 (Located in the Seagull Nebula) Open cluster Dorado  05h 36m 06s −67° 34′ 01″ 11.5
2041 Open cluster Dorado  05h 36m 28s −66° 59′ 24″ 10.4
2042 Star cluster Dorado  05h 36m 10s −68° 55′ 24″ 9.6
2043 Open cluster Mensa  05h 35m 56.7s −70° 04′ 23″
2044 Association of stars Dorado  05h 36m 06s −69° 11′ 55″ 10.6
2045 Interstellar matter Taurus  05h 45m 12° 54′
2046 Open cluster Mensa  05h 35m 38s −70° 14′ 30″ 12.6
2047 Open cluster Mensa  05h 35m 53s −70° 11′ 42″ 13.2
2048 Emission nebula Dorado  05h 35m 55s −69° 39′ 12.2
2049 Spiral galaxy Columba  05h 43m 15s −30° 04′ 42″
2050 Association of stars Dorado  05h 36m 39s −69° 23′ 9.3
2051 Open cluster Mensa  05h 36m 07s −71° 00′ 41″ 11.7
2052 Emission nebula Dorado  05h 37m 11s −69° 46′ 27″
2053 Open cluster Dorado  05h 37m 40s −67° 24′ 47″ 12.2
2054 Doesn't exist Unknown Orion  05h 45m 15s −10° 04′ 59″
2055 Association of stars Dorado  05h 36m 45s −69° 29′ 55″ 8.4
2068 Messier 78 Diffuse nebula Orion  05h 46m 46.7s +00° 00′ 50″ 8.0
2070 30 Doradus (located in Tarantula Nebula) Open cluster Dorado  05h 38m 42s −69° 06′ 7.3
2071 Reflection nebula Orion  05h 47m 07.2s 00° 17′ 39″
2074 GC 1272, JH 2942 Emission nebula Dorado  05h 39m 03.0s} −69° 29′ 54″ ~8
2080 Open cluster Dorado  05h 39m 44s −69° 39′ 10.4
2090 Spiral galaxy Columba  05h 47m 02.3s −34° 15′ 05″ 11.9
2099 Messier 37 Open cluster Auriga  05h 52m 19s +32° 33′ 6.2
2100 Open cluster Dorado  05h 42m 09s −69° 12′ 43″ 9.6

2101–2200[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2129 Open cluster Gemini  06h 01m 06s +23° 19′ 20″ 6.7
2146 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  06h 18m 37.5s +78° 21′ 21″ 11.1
2158 Open cluster Gemini  06h 07m 25s +24° 06′ 9.5
2164 ESO 57-SC62 Open cluster Dorado  05h 58m 54.0s −68° 31′ 00″
2168 Messier 35 Open cluster Gemini  06h 09m +24° 21′ 5.3
2169 Open cluster Orion  06h 08m 32.5s +13° 57′ 57″ 6.0
2170 Diffuse nebula Monoceros  06h 07m 48s −06° 23′
2171 Open cluster Mensa  05h 58m 26.2s −70° 39′ 15″
2172 Open cluster Dorado  06h 00m 05s −68° 38′ 11.9
2173 Globular cluster Mensa  05h 57m 39.7s −72° 58′ 41″ 12.7
2174 Diffuse nebula Orion  06h 10m +20° 30′ 6.8
2175 (Located in NGC 2174) Open cluster Orion  06h 10m +20° 30′ 6.8
2194 Open cluster Orion  06h 13m 42.4s +12° 48′ 06″ 9.0

2201–2300[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2204 Open cluster Canis Major  06h 15m 09s −18° 39′ 9.4
2207 Spiral galaxy Canis Major  06h 16m 22.1s −21° 22′ 20″ 11.4
2237 (Part of the Rosette Nebula) Diffuse nebula Monoceros  06h 33m 45s +05° 00′ 9
2238 (Part of the Rosette Nebula) Diffuse nebula Monoceros  06h 33m +05° 9
2239 (Located in Rosette Nebula) Open cluster Monoceros  06h 32m +04° 56′ 5.3
2244 Satellite Cluster (located in Rosette Nebula) Open cluster Monoceros  06h 30m 55.8s +04° 58′ 30″ 5.3
2246 (Part of the Rosette Nebula) Diffuse nebula[1] Monoceros  06h 32m[1] +05° 07′[1] 9
2261 Hubble's Variable Nebula Diffuse nebula Monoceros  06h 39m 10s +08° 45′
2264 Christmas Tree Cluster Open cluster Monoceros  06h 41m +09° 53′ 3.9
2266 Open cluster Gemini  06h 43m +26° 58′ 9.5
2276 Spiral galaxy Cepheus  07h 27m 17.5s +85° 45′ 14″ 12.3
2286 Open cluster Monoceros  06h 48m −03° 10′ 8.2
2287 Messier 41 Open cluster Canis Major  06h 46m −20° 46′ 4.9
2298 Globular cluster Puppis  06h 48m 59.2s −36° 00′ 19″ 10.8
2299 Open cluster Monoceros  06h 51m[1] −07° 00′[1]
2300 Lenticular galaxy Cepheus  07h 32m 21.8s +85° 42′ 32″ 12.2

2301–2400[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2323 Messier 50 Open cluster Monoceros  07h 02m 48s −08° 23′ 6.3
2336 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  07h 27m 03.7s +80° 10′ 42″ 13.5
2346 Planetary nebula Monoceros  07h 09m 22.5s −00° 48′ 24″ 10.8
2349 Open cluster Monoceros  07h 11m −08° 36′
2359 Thor's Helmet, Gum 4 Diffuse nebula Canis Major  07h 18m 30s −13° 14′
2360 Caroline's Cluster Open cluster Canis Major  07h 18m −15° 38′ 7.6
2362 Tau Canis Majoris Cluster Open cluster Canis Major  07h 19m −24° 59′ 4.1
2363 (Located within NGC 2366) Diffuse nebula Camelopardalis  07h 28m 29.8s +69° 11′ 33″ 15.5
2366 Barred irregular galaxy Camelopardalis  07h 28m 51.9s +69° 12′ 31″ 11.4
2371 (Duplicate of NGC 2372; also called NGC 2371-2) Planetary nebula Gemini  07h 25m 34.7s +29° 29′ 26″ 14.5
2372 (Duplicate of NGC 2371; also called NGC 2371-2) Open cluster Gemini  07h 25m 34.7s +29° 29′ 26″ 14.5
2374 Open cluster Canis Major  07h 25m 54.0s −13° 16′ 0.0″ 8.0
2392 Eskimo Nebula;
Clown Nebula
Planetary nebula Gemini  07h 29m 10.8s +20° 54′ 42″ 10.3

2401–2500[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2403 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  07h 36m 50.6s +65° 36′ 10″ 8.9[5]
2409 Open cluster Puppis  07h 32m −17° 11′ 7.5
2419 Globular cluster Lynx  07h 38m 08.5s +38° 52′ 55″ 9.06
2422 Messier 47 Open cluster Puppis  07h 37m −14° 29′ 4.4
2437 Messier 46 Open cluster Puppis  07h 42m −14° 49′ 6.3
2438 Planetary nebula Puppis  07h 41m 51.4s −14° 43′ 55″ 10.8
2440 Planetary nebula Puppis  07h 41m 54.9s −18° 12′ 30″ 18.9
2442 Spiral galaxy Volans  07h 36m 23.9s −69° 31′ 47″ 11.2
2443 (Duplicate of NGC 2442) Spiral galaxy Volans  07h 36m 23.9s −69° 31′ 47″ 11.2
2447 Messier 93 Open cluster Puppis  07h 45m −23° 52′ 6.6
2451 Open cluster Puppis  07h 45m −37° 58′ 10.0
2460 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  07h 56m 52.4s +60° 20′ 57″ 12.5
2477 Open cluster Puppis  07h 52m −38° 32′ 6.6
2491 Galaxy Canis Minor  07h 58m 27.4s +07° 59′ 02″ 15.6
2500 Spiral galaxy Lynx  08h 01m 53.2s +50° 44′ 13″ 12.3

2501–2600[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2516 Open cluster Carina  07h 58m −60° 45′ 3.8
2535 Spiral galaxy Cancer  08h 11m 13.6s +25° 12′ 24″ 13.0
2536 Spiral galaxy Cancer  08h 11m 16.1s +25° 10′ 45″ 14.5
2537 Bear's Paw Galaxy Irregular galaxy Lynx  08h 13m 14.6s +45° 59′ 30″ 11.7
2541 Spiral galaxy Lynx  08h 14m 40.4s +49° 03′ 42″ 13.0
2546 Open cluster Puppis  08h 12m −37° 37′ 6.5
2547 Open cluster Vela  08h 10m 25.7s −49° 10′ 03″ 4.8
2548 Messier 48 Open cluster Hydra  08h 14m −05° 45′ 6.1
2549 Lenticular galaxy Lynx  08h 18m 58.4s +57° 48′ 10″ 12.1
2550 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  08h 24m 33.9s +74° 00′ 43″ 13.1
2551 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  08h 24m 50.5s +73° 24′ 44″ 12.7
2552 Irregular galaxy Lynx  08h 19m 19.6s +50° 00′ 28″ 13.5

2601–2700[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2608 Barred spiral galaxy Cancer  08h 17m .3s +28° 28′ 22″ 13.01
2632 Messier 44;
Beehive Cluster;
Praesepe Cluster
Open cluster Cancer  08h 40m +19° 41′ 3.2
2682 Messier 67 Open cluster Cancer  08h 51m 18s +11° 48′ 6.9
2683 Spiral galaxy Lynx  8h 52m 41.7s +33° 25′ 10″ 9.7

2701–2800[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2715 Spiral galaxy Camelopardalis  09h 08m 06.1s +78° 05′ 07″ 11.9
2736 Pencil Nebula Diffuse nebula Vela  09h 00m −45° 57′
2770 Supernova Factory Spiral galaxy Lynx  09h 09m 33.7s +33° 07′ 25″ 12.0
2775 Spiral galaxy Cancer  09h 10m 20.1s +07° 02′ 18″ 11.4
2787 Lenticular galaxy Ursa Major  09h 19m 18.9s +69° 12′ 12″ 11.7
2798 Spiral galaxy Lynx  09h 17m 23.0s +41° 59′ 58″ 13.2
2799 Irregular galaxy Lynx  09h 17m 31.2s +41° 59′ 36″ 14.4

2801–2900[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2808 Globular cluster Carina  09h 12m 02.6s −64° 51′ 46″ 7.8
2812 Lenticular galaxy/Spiral galaxy Cancer  09h 17m 40.8s +19° 55′ 08″ 15.7
2813 Lenticular galaxy Cancer  09h 17m 45.4s +19° 54′ 24″ 12.4
2818 Planetary nebula Pyxis  09h 16m 01.7s −36° 37′ 39″ 12.5
2818a Open cluster Pyxis
2841 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major  09h 22m 02.0s +50° 58′ 40″ 9.9
2859 Lenticular galaxy Leo Minor  09h 24m 18.7s +34° 30′ 49″ 11.8
2865 Elliptical galaxy Hydra  09h 23m 30s −23° 09′ 41″ 11.43
2867 Planetary nebula Carina  09h 21m 25.4s −58° 18′ 401″ 12.0
2899 Planetary nebula Vela 12.0

2901–3000[edit]

NGC number Other names Object type Constellation Right ascension (J2000) Declination (J2000) Apparent magnitude
2903 Spiral galaxy Leo  09h 32m 09.7s +21° 30′ 03″ 9.8
2915 Irregular galaxy Chamaeleon  09h 26m 11.5s −76° 37′ 35″ 13.2
2935 Spiral galaxy Hydra  09h 36m 44.6s −21° 07′ 41″ 10.9
2936 Interacting galaxy Hydra  09h 37m 44.148s +02° 45′ 38.95″ 12.85
2964 Spiral galaxy Leo  09h 42m 54.2s +31° 50′ 49″ 12.0
2968 Irregular galaxy Leo  09h 43m 12.1s +31° 55′ 42″ 13.1
2972 Open cluster Vela  09h 40m 28.5s −50° 20′ 10″ 10.7
2976 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major  09h 47m 15.5s +67° 55′ 03″ 10.9
2997 Spiral galaxy Antlia  09h 45m 38.7s −31° 11′ 25″ 10.3
2998 Spiral galaxy Ursa Major  09h 48m 43.6s +44° 04′ 51″ 13.3
2999 (Duplicate of NGC 2972)[5] Open cluster Vela  09h 40m 28.5s −50° 20′ 10″ 10.7
3000 Double star[1] Ursa Major  09h 49m[1] +44° 08′[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i 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 978-0-933346-51-2.
  2. ^ "VizieR Service". Strasbourg astronomical Data Center. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  3. ^ "NED". NED–NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  4. ^ "SIMBAD Astronomical Database". Strasbourg astronomical Data Center. Retrieved 18 August 2015.
  5. ^ a b "NASA/IPAC Extragalactic Database". Results for various objects.