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Famous Places - Galaxies

 | 94-1-294-814-1644  | 18.876,-0.861 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 450 + companion: although the two galaxies appear to form a pair, in fact they are at much different distances and only appear close in projection. The smaller, fainter object is 7 times farther away.

 | 752-1-541-1102-1608  | 224.594,-1.09 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 5792, a highly inclined spiral galaxy. The bright red star superposed is in our own Milky Way. The star makes a colorful counterpart to the blue galaxy, although the two are unrelated.

 | 752-4-298-822-1134  | 188.19,0.114 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 4437, a spectacular edge-on spiral galaxy.

 | 94-6-434-995-343  | 39.849,1.094 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 1032, another edge-on galaxy.

 | 752-1-331-478-644  | 193.092,-1.199 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 4753, an elliptical galaxy with peculiar dust filaments. The dust filaments may be shredded remains of a small spiral galaxy that was captured by the much larger elliptical.

 | 125-3-101-536-994  | 3.992,-0.303 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 60, a distant spiral galaxy with unusually distorted spiral arms. Such distortions normally arise from gravitational interactions with other nearby galaxies, but for this object there is no obvious neighbor.

 | 752-1-463-998-1000  | 212.907,-1.158 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 5496, a late-type edge-on spiral galaxy

 | 125-1-321-554-880  | 36.907,-1.155 | NED | SDSS | 
NGC 936, a nearby galaxy classifed as a barred S0.
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