Re: Arp 136

Bernard Miller


Nice job. That must be a hard one to process with those stars so nearby.


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Subject: [DarkSkyNewMexico] Arp 136

Hi all:

Arp 136 sits adjacent to a pair of 6th magnitude blue stars. Its main component is NGC 5820 and is described by Arp as an "elliptical with nearby fragments". NGC 5820 shows a "streamer" to its southeast, possibly related to the nearby NGC 5821. A lot of fainter background galaxies dot the field:

Here is an inverted/cropped view:

Image data here:


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