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Uranium235

Galaxy feast! Coma Supercluster & friends (Star71)

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It has taken me ages to annotate this jobbie, and I could have kept going all night but I got to 440 and decided that was enough! There simply isnt enough room on the image to stick a label on everything.... there is easily 600+ in this image.

Included are the galaxies part of the main cluster, as well as some more obscure ones that go right down to mag 20. Keeping the designations short was a need, otherwise the screen would have been way too cluttered. Fortunately, a lot of these galaxies have multiple designations so I chose the shortest one for most of them.

As with my Virgo SC, I will also list the galaxies detected and present it as a table. All annotations are correct and have been cross-referenced with the SIMBAD database, if there was any uncertainty - I didnt include it as im not going to say ive detected something when I havent.... and even then it has to be clearly visible - not a dim pixels worth (that does not qualify as detected in my opinion). Im not in the habit of doing bad science ;)

 

16x900 (L)

Star71, Atik 383L+. NEQ6

Thanks for looking! :)

 

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Annotated version: (best viewed fullsize)

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Whats in it:

NGC

IC

BO85

GMP

LEDA

Other

NGC 4805

IC 3900

[BO85] Coma 101

GMP 1060

LEDA 126756

[APD2000] J130032.4+281521

NGC 4807

IC 3913

[BO85] Coma 102

GMP 1076

LEDA 1800750

[BO85] ACO 1656 194

NGC 4816

IC 3935

[BO85] Coma 106

GMP 1134

LEDA 1819517

[BO85] ACO 1656 250

NGC 4817

IC 3943

[BO85] Coma 109

GMP 1153

LEDA 214040

[FKT2000] ACO 1661 6

NGC 4819

IC 3946

[BO85] Coma 113

GMP 1399

LEDA 44030

[HHM2010] 193.90393+26.91165

NGC 4821

IC 3947

[BO85] Coma 116

GMP 1428

LEDA 44151

[HHM2010] 194.34551+26.98776

NGC 4824

IC 3949

[BO85] Coma 117

GMP 1454

LEDA 44159

[HHM2010] 194.76934+26.95819

NGC 4824

IC 3955

[BO85] Coma 126

GMP 1591

LEDA 44229

[KRN93] 260

NGC 4827

IC 3957

[BO85] Coma 130

GMP 1663

LEDA 44341

[KRN93] 278

NGC 4828

IC 3959

[BO85] Coma 131

GMP 1711

LEDA 44393

[WKE96] 2910

NGC 4839

IC 3960

[BO85] Coma 132

GMP 1866

LEDA 44437

2MASX J12551702+2633239

NGC 4840

IC 3963

[BO85] Coma 133

GMP 1896

LEDA 44441

2MASX J12553318+2632535

NGC 4841

IC 3964

[BO85] Coma 134

GMP 1953

LEDA 44461

2MASX J12553488+2900035

NGC 4842

IC 3968

[BO85] Coma 135

GMP 2055

LEDA 44634

2MASX J12574705+2908584

NGC 4848

IC 3973

[BO85] Coma 136

GMP 2143

LEDA 44656

2MASX J12580583+2822155

NGC 4850

IC 3976

[BO85] Coma 139

GMP 2181

LEDA 44712

2MASX J12582049+2637487

NGC 4853

IC 3990

[BO85] Coma 140

GMP 2205

LEDA 44760

2MASX J12590658+2632559

NGC 4854

IC 3991

[BO85] Coma 142

GMP 2254

LEDA 44805

2MASX J13024286+2642353

NGC 4858

IC 3998

[BO85] Coma 143

GMP 2271

LEDA 44849

2MASX J13034741+2635579

NGC 4859

IC 4011

[BO85] Coma 147

GMP 2327

LEDA 44863

2MASX J13042266+2848382

NGC 4860

IC 4012

[BO85] Coma 148

GMP 2345

LEDA 44929

2MASX J13043893+2913286

NGC 4864

IC 4021

[BO85] Coma 152

GMP 2355

LEDA 45002

2MFGC 10240

NGC 4865

IC 4026

[BO85] Coma 153

GMP 2591

LEDA 45003

2MFGC 10268

NGC 4867

IC 4030

[BO85] Coma 155

GMP 2621

LEDA 45032

2MFGC 10293

NGC 4869

IC 4032

[BO85] Coma 158

GMP 2625

LEDA 45077

2MFGC 10317

NGC 4871

IC 4033

[BO85] Coma 159

GMP 2719

LEDA 45083

2MFGC 10318

NGC 4872

IC 4040

[BO85] Coma 160

GMP 2723

LEDA 45160

2MFGC 10330

NGC 4873

IC 4041

[BO85] Coma 162

GMP 2739

LEDA 45210

2MFGC 10339

NGC 4874

IC 4042

[BO85] Coma 163

GMP 2784

LEDA 83665

5C 4.161

NGC 4875

IC 4044

[BO85] Coma 166

GMP 2828

LEDA 83667

7W 1258+27W06

NGC 4876

IC 4045

[BO85] Coma 170

GMP 2863

LEDA 83669

AGC 221154

NGC 4881

IC 4051

[BO85] Coma 172

GMP 2895

LEDA 83675

AGC 221172

NGC 4883

IC 4088

[BO85] Coma 173

GMP 2945

LEDA 83676

AGC 221374

NGC 4886

IC 4093

[BO85] Coma 176

GMP 2952

LEDA 83677

AGC 221433

NGC 4889

IC 4106

[BO85] Coma 177

GMP 2969

LEDA 83686

AGC 221438

NGC 4892

IC 4111

[BO85] Coma 180

GMP 2977

LEDA 83694

AGC 221749

NGC 4894

IC 4133

[BO85] Coma 181

GMP 2986

LEDA 83707

AGC 221752

NGC 4895

IC 835

[BO85] Coma 183

GMP 3020

LEDA 83721

AGC 230020

NGC 4896

IC 837

[BO85] Coma 185

GMP 3143

LEDA 83723

AGC 230046

NGC 4898

IC 839

[BO85] Coma 186

GMP 3253

LEDA 83733

AGC 231126

NGC 4906

IC 839

[BO85] Coma 187

GMP 3270

LEDA 83742

BO85] Coma 263

NGC 4907

IC 842

[BO85] Coma 188

GMP 3537

LEDA 83745

CAIRNS J130110.75+271447.7

NGC 4908

IC 843

[BO85] Coma 190

GMP 3622

LEDA 83752

CAIRNS J130238.19+283006.7

NGC 4911

 

[BO85] Coma 192

GMP 3717

LEDA 83759

FIRST J125608.7+282905

NGC 4919

 

[BO85] Coma 195

GMP 3828

LEDA 83760

FOCA 0728-146

NGC 4921

 

[BO85] Coma 196

GMP 4003

LEDA 83761

FOCA 0728-296

NGC 4922

 

[BO85] Coma 199

GMP 4044

LEDA 83762

FOCA 0728-353

NGC 4923

 

[BO85] Coma 200

GMP 4074

LEDA 83766

FOCA 0728-422

NGC 4926

 

[BO85] Coma 201

GMP 4141

LEDA 83768

FOCA 0728-433

NGC 4927

 

[BO85] Coma 202

GMP 4210

LEDA 93690

FOCA 0728-459

NGC 4929

 

[BO85] Coma 203

GMP 4213

LEDA 93691

FOCA 0728-565

NGC 4931

 

[BO85] Coma 206

GMP 4370

LEDA 93698

FOCA 0728-693

NGC 4934

 

[BO85] Coma 211

GMP 4383

LEDA 93699

FOCA 0728-815

NGC 4943

 

[BO85] Coma 212

GMP 4456

LEDA 93700

FOCA 0728-821

NGC 4944

 

[BO85] Coma 218

GMP 4468

LEDA 94015

MCG+05-31-007

NGC 4949

 

[BO85] Coma 219

GMP 4479

LEDA 94034

MCG+05-31-008

 

 

[BO85] Coma 220

GMP 4566

LEDA 94036

MCG+05-31-018

 

 

[BO85] Coma 224

GMP 4582

LEDA 94037

MCG+05-31-019

 

 

[BO85] Coma 23

GMP 4602

 

MCG+05-31-020

 

 

[BO85] Coma 232

GMP 4677

 

MCG+05-31-032

 

 

[BO85] Coma 234

GMP 4788

 

MCG+05-31-035

 

 

[BO85] Coma 235

GMP 4902

 

MCG+05-31-036

 

 

[BO85] Coma 240

GMP 4912

 

MCG+05-31-037

 

 

[BO85] Coma 241

GMP 4915

 

MCG+05-31-041

 

 

[BO85] Coma 244

GMP 5032

 

MCG+05-31-046

 

 

[BO85] Coma 246

GMP 5069

 

MCG+05-31-047

 

 

[BO85] Coma 248

GMP 5100

 

MCG+05-31-079

 

 

[BO85] Coma 252

GMP 5205

 

MCG+05-31-095

 

 

[BO85] Coma 254

GMP 5254

 

MCG+05-31-096

 

 

[BO85] Coma 256

GMP 5290

 

MCG+05-31-105

 

 

[BO85] Coma 267

GMP 5308

 

MCG+05-31-106

 

 

[BO85] Coma 268

GMP 5312

 

MCG+05-31-107

 

 

[BO85] Coma 269

GMP 5361

 

MCG+05-31-110

 

 

[BO85] Coma 270

GMP 5382

 

MCG+05-31-112

 

 

[BO85] Coma 276

GMP 5472

 

MCG+05-31-119

 

 

[BO85] Coma 284

GMP 551

 

MCG+05-31-120

 

 

[BO85] Coma 290

GMP 5514

 

Mrk 56

 

 

[BO85] Coma 303

GMP 5641

 

Mrk 58

 

 

[BO85] Coma 307

GMP 5644

 

NVSS J130153+265727

 

 

[BO85] Coma 311

GMP 5697

 

SDSS J130029.20+271959.5

 

 

[BO85] Coma 312

GMP 5742

 

SDSSCGB 5977.1

 

 

[BO85] Coma 313

GMP 5790

 

UCM 1256+2701

 

 

[BO85] Coma 43

GMP 5801

 

UGC 8069

 

 

[BO85] Coma 44

GMP 5809

 

UGC 8071

 

 

[BO85] Coma 53

GMP 5821

 

UGC 8080

 

 

[BO85] Coma 58

GMP 5912

 

UGC 8122

 

 

[BO85] Coma 68

GMP 5926

 

UGC 8161

 

 

[BO85] Coma 69

GMP 6010

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 86

GMP 6043

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 87

GMP 6057

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 91

GMP 6087

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 94

GMP 6088

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 95

GMP 611

 

 

 

 

[BO85] Coma 99

GMP 612

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 631

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 653

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 672

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 713

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 826

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 879

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 949

 

 

 

 

 

GMP 981

 

 

 

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Well done Rob!

Going deep from a light polluted sky is not a challenge for the feint-hearted!

I'm currently on a fools errand to capture the Ghost nebula from my suburban skies - and it's just hazed over... ;) Still, every good sub is one more to the stack!

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Yep I know what you mean.... I had a go at the laughing skull nebula last night (an IFN type neb), and its was very hard going.... I had to throttle that one to death to get anything out of it. It needs either a serious amout of exposure, or a properly dark sky - preferably both!

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I like all these. It's a rum time of year and of night right now, with the distant galaxies setting in the west and the glorious Milky Way rising in the east.

Olly

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Yep, Spring and Autumn are probably the best times of the year - usually the most reliable weather-wise too :)

 

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Wow :eek: .Very good . A lot of work must have gone into putting all that together.

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4 hours ago, Grotemobile said:

Wow :eek: .Very good . A lot of work must have gone into putting all that together.

Cheers :)

Yes, the annotation actually took longer than the capture and processing time combined!

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Awesome work Rob, so subtle but incredible in what it shows, nice one :)

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Thanks Jamie, Its looking clear tonight so there might be something else incoming soon - though it will be the last for a few days as there are only so many late sessions i can handle! :) (need a proper nights sleep)

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