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Suburban Deep-Sky Sights Object Type Constellation Mag(v) Size M56 Globular cluster Lyra 8.3 5.0' NGC 404 Lenticular galaxy Andromeda 10.3 3.5x3.5' M110 Elliptical galaxy Andromeda 8.5 17.8' x 9.8' M2 Globular cluster Aquarius 6.5 16.0' M72 Globular cluster Aquarius 9.2 5.9' M73 Open cluster Aquarius 8.9 2.8' NGC 1055 Spiral galaxy Cetus 10.5 6.2' x 2.9' M1 Supernova remnant Taurus 8.4 8.0'x 10.0' NGC 7293 Planetary nebula Aquarius 7.3 15.3'x 12.0' Object RA Dec.
A massive new image of the Fornax Galaxy Cluster has revealed a system of delicate loops, arcs and rings in the NGC 1316, a lenticular galaxy in this cluster.
"While NGC 4526 is a lenticular galaxy, NGC 1097 is a barred spiral galaxy.
Furthermore, the most massive black holes have been seen in giant blobby galaxies called "ellipticals," but this one is seen in a relatively small lens-shaped galaxy (in astronomical jargon, a "lenticular galaxy").
It is also a lenticular galaxy with unusual dust lanes and is about 70 mil lion light- years away.
NGC 5866 is an interesting lenticular galaxy with a striking edge-on dust lane.
The new objects were originally detected in Hubble Space Telescope images of the lenticular galaxy NGC 1023 by Professor Jean Brodie of the University of California at Santa Cruz and her postdoctoral assistant Soeren Larsen.
NGC 4898 is an elliptical galaxy that appears round, while NGC 4894 is a lenticular galaxy, a class of galaxies that are intermediate between ellipticals and spirals.
A team of astronomers has now (http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.3847/0004-637X/821/1/25?fromSearchPage=true) discovered one such wandering black hole in the hinterlands of GJ1417+52 - a lenticular galaxy located 4.5 billion light-years from Earth.
Most have an early-type spiral system, called a lenticular galaxy, as the central showpiece.
Title: Lenticular Galaxy Formation - An Observer'S Perspective
Galaxies in Lion Territory Object Type Mag(v) Size NGC 2964 Spiral galaxy 11.3 2.9' x 1.6' NGC 2968 Irregular galaxy 11.7 1.9' x 1.3' NGC 2970 Elliptical galaxy 13.6 0.8' x 0.7' NGC 3003 Spiral galaxy 11.9 5.8' x 1.3' NGC 3021 Spiral galaxy 12.1 1.6' x 0.9' NGC 3067 Spiral galaxy 12.1 2.4' x 0.8' NGC 3245 Lenticular galaxy 10.8 2.9' x 1.1' NGC 3277 Spiral galaxy 11.7 1.9' x 1.7' NGC 3254 Spiral galaxy 11.7 4.5' x 1.2' O[SIGMA][SIGMA] 105 Double star 7.0, 8.2 134" NGC 3245A Barred spiral 13.9 3.6' x 0.3' NGC 3158 Elliptical galaxy 11.9 2.0' x 1.8' Object RA Dec.