Arp 137 (NGC 2914)

  Arp 137 is the galaxy about halfway from the center of the field to the east edge.  The very bright galaxy north of center is NGC 2911, also an Arp, number 232.  The tiny E galaxy just east of 2911 is NGC 2912.  The spiral near the bottom (south) of the field is UGC 5093.  Arp 137 is the first member of the class Material Emanating from E Galaxies.

Atlas Image


  10-inch Newtonian, StarlightXpress MX716, 34.5 minutes
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