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NGC 3183

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Galaxy
NGC 3183 / NGC 3218
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NGC 3183[1]
NGC 3183[1]
AladinLite
Constellation Dragon
Position
Equinox: J2000.0, Epoch: J2000.0
Right ascension 10h 21m 49.00s[2]
Declination +74° 10′ 36,7″ [2]
Appearance
Morphological type SB(s)bc:[2][3]
Brightness (visual) 11.8 mag [3]
Brightness (B-Band) 12.6 mag [3]
Angular expansion 2,3′ × 1,4′ [3]
Position angle 161° [3]
Surface brightness 12.9 mag/arcmin² [3]
Physical data
Affiliation NGC 3147 group
LGG 193[2][4]
Redshift 0.010300 ± 0.000023[2]
Radial velocity 3088 ± 7 km/s[2]
Hubble distance
vrad / H0
(144 ± 10) – 106 Lj
(44.0 ± 3.1) Mpc[2]
History
Discovery William Herschel
Henry d’Arrest
Date of discovery 2. April 1802
September 28, 1865
Catalog designations
NGC 3183 – NGC 3218 – UGC 5582 – PGC 30323 – CGCG 333-023 – CGCG 351-018 – MCG +12-10-028- IRAS 10176+7425 – 2MASX J10214899+7410368 – GC 2081 – H I 283 – NVSS J102148+741039 – LDCE 0719 NED003

NGC 3183 = NGC 3218 is a Hubble-type barred spiral galaxy SBbc in the constellation Dragon in the northern starry sky. It is estimated to be 144 million light-years away from the Milky Way and has a diameter of about 95,000 light-years. It is a member of the four galaxies counting NGC 3147 group(LGG 193).

The object was discovered on 28 September 1865 by Heinrich Louis d’Arrest.[5]

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Individual references

  1. Aladdin Lite
  2. a b c d e NASA/IPAC EXTRAGALACTIC DATABASE
  3. a b c d e f SEDS: NGC 3183
  4. VizieR
  5. Seligman