NGC 278
NGC 278 est une galaxie spirale (barrée selon certains auteurs) qui se trouve dans la constellation de Cassiopée. Elle possède un noyau HII.

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NGC 278 - Wikipédia
NGC 278 est une galaxie spirale (barrée selon certains auteurs) qui se trouve dans la constellation de Cassiopée. Elle possède un noyau HII.
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NGC 278 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NGC 278 is a spiral galaxy (barred for some authors) in the constellation Cassiopeia. It has a H II nucleus. Characteristics[edit]. NGC 278 is a small and compact ...
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NGC 278 | MoonShot
If you have imagery or current information about NGC 278, I'd love to hear from you. Please leave a comment below and tell me what you know about this ...
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Observing at Skyhound: NGC 278
Compact Spiral Galaxy NGC 278, PGC 3051, MCG 8-2-16, Uppsala 528. Integrated Visual Magnitude: 11.5. Mean Surface Brightness: 22.1 mag/arc-sec2
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NGC 278 - Wikidata
10 Aug 2013 ... Language, Code, Linked article. azərbaycanca, azwiki, NGC 278, [edit]. bosanski , bswiki, NGC 278, [edit]. Deutsch, dewiki, NGC 278, [edit].
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NGC 278 - DeepSkyPedia :: Astronomy
8 Apr 2012 ... galaxy. NGC 278 (catalog). MCG +08-02-016 •UGC 528 •PGC 3051 •. Position ( epoch J2000). Constellation, Cassiopeia. Position, Ra 00:52: ...
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Telescope Reviews: My faintest DSO so far : NGC 278 - Cloudy Nights
Last night I went out of a new site and took my 12" Dobsonian with me. I was looking at M31 and I was wondering what is close by that I can find ...
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NGC 278 » Deep Sky Objects Browser
Detailed information for Deep Sky Object New General Catalogue 278 (Galaxy, in Cassiopeia constellation)
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NGC 278
[ Back ] [ Up ] [ Next ]. NGC 278. Cassiopeia Penryn, California October 2005. M 250 (ag, ST-4) ST-10XME LRGB 15 minutes each. NGC 278 is a nuclear ring ...
www.astrophotos.net/pages/GALAXIES/NGC%20278.htm
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NGC 278 | Facebook
NGC 278. 4 likes · 0 talking about this. NGC 278 is a spiral galaxy (barred for some authors) in the constellation Cassiopeia. It has a H II nucleus.
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47 Tucanae - Wikipédia
47 Tucanae, ou NGC 104 est un amas globulaire appartenant à notre Galaxie, ... bas de page), Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, Université de Manchester.
ngc 628 and ngc 6946 - IOPscience
1 Princeton University Observatory, Peyton Hall, Princeton, NJ 08544-1001, USA; ... The overall dust/H mass ratio is estimated to be 0.0082 ± 0.0017 for NGC 628, and ...... 1984, ApJ, 278, L19 First citation in article | NASA ADS | Crossref.
NGC 278 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NGC 278 is a spiral galaxy (barred for some authors) in the constellation Cassiopeia. It has a H II nucleus. Characteristics[edit]. NGC 278 is a small and compact ...
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Penetrating Bars Through Masks of Cosmic Dust: The Hubble ...
Penetrating Bars Through Masks of Cosmic Dust: The Hubble ...
David L. Block, 2004
A nice example is that of NGC 278, a small, nearby and isolated spiral galaxy ( vsys = 640 km s"1; D = 11.8 Mpc; D25 = 7.2 kpc; MB = -18.8). Although classified as SAB(rs)b in the RC3, there is no evidence for the presence of a bar in this ...
The Cosmos: Astronomy in the New Millennium
The Cosmos: Astronomy in the New Millennium
Professor Jay M. Pasachoff et Professor Alex Filippenko, 2013
An exciting introduction to astronomy, the fourth edition of this book uses recent discoveries and stunning photography to inspire non-science majors about the Universe. Written by two highly experienced and engaging instructors, each chapter has been fully updated, with more than 200 new images throughout, including recent images from space missio...
Astronomie Extragalactique Dans L'infrarouge
Astronomie Extragalactique Dans L'infrarouge
Gary Allen Mamon, J. Thanh Van Tran, 1997
NGC 5713 has a large FIR to optical luminosity ratio (twice that of NGC 278 and six times that of NGC 2649). suggesting a large mean star formation rate. We obtained and reduced the data following standard practice for near infrared ...
An Introduction to Radio Astronomy
An Introduction to Radio Astronomy
Bernard F. Burke et Francis Graham-Smith, 2009
Written by two prominent figures in radio astronomy, this well-established, graduate-level textbook is a thorough and up-to-date introduction to radio telescopes and techniques. It is an invaluable overview for students and researchers turning to radio astronomy for the first time. The first half of the book describes how radio telescopes work – fr...
Atlas of Galaxies
Atlas of Galaxies
Ronald J. Buta, Harold G. Corwin, Stephen C. Odewahn, 2007
leading dust lanes, 126, 127, 132, 133, NGC 53, 65, 66, 165 138, 141, 145, 148, 149, 151, 156, NGC 128, 33, 39 166, 167 ... 168 Leo II dwarf spheroidal galaxy, 53, 83 NGC 278, 196 Lindblad precession frequencies, 41 NGC 289, 221 LINER,  ...
A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R
A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using R
Torsten Hothorn et Brian S. Everitt, 2009
A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using SAS Shows how to conduct various statistical analysis using SAS. This book covers inference, analysis of variance, regression, generalized linear models, longitudinal data, survival analysis, principal components analysis, factor analysis, cluster analysis, discriminant function analysis, and correspondence ...
3,000 Deep-Sky Objects: An Annotated Catalogue
3,000 Deep-Sky Objects: An Annotated Catalogue
Ted Aranda, 2011
NGC 4108, 276 NGC 4108B, 276 NGC 4109, 277 NGC 4111, 277 NGC 4116, 277 NGC 4117, 277 NGC 4121, 277 NGC 4123, 277 NGC 4124, 277 NGC 4125, 277 NGC 4128, 278 NGC 4129, 278 NGC 4133, 278 NGC 4136, 278 NGC 4138  ...
The Caldwell Objects and How to Observe Them: And How to ...
The Caldwell Objects and How to Observe Them: And How to ...
Martin Mobberley, 2009
NGC 185 Galaxy in Cassiopeia Magnitude: 9.2 Size: 17¢ × 14¢ Mag/Sec: 23 RA: 00 h 39 min 00 s Dec: +48° 20¢ Circumpolar: ... a short hop of less than 2° east- southeast will take you to a more challenging 11th magnitude galaxy, NGC 278.
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NGC 278
The Star Sketcher: NGC 278 Galaxy in Cassiopeia mag.11.2; bright stellar nucleus; member of local group; 7mm Nagler
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thestarsketcher.blogspot.com/2011/12/ngc-278.html
Objets Célestes: Constellation de Cassiopée (Cassiopela)
]]>M 52 Amas ouvert NGC 7654 Mag 6,9 RA 23h24’12” DEC 61°35’00” 13'00’' M103 Amas ouvert NGC 581 Mag 7,4 RA 01h33’12” DEC 60°42’00” 6'00'' NGC Amas ouvert NGC 129 Mag 6,5 RA 00h29’54” DEC 60°14’00” 21’00" NGC Amas ouvert NGC 133 Mag 9,0 RA 00h31’12” DEC 63°22’00” 7'00" NGC Galaxie elliptique NGC 147 Mag 9,3 RA 00h33’12” DEC 48°30’00” 5'00" NGC Galaxie elliptique NGC185 Mag 9,19 RA 00h39’00” DEC 48°18’39” 3'00" NGC Amas ouvert NGC 225 Mag 7,0 RA 00h43’24” DEC 61°47’00” 1200” NGC Galaxie elliptique NGC 278 Mag 10,9 RA 00h52’06” DEC 47°33’00” 1'54” NGC Nébuleuse brillante NGC 281 Mag 7,0 RA 00h52’48” DEC 56°37’00” 35'00" NGC Amas ouvert NGC 457 Mag 6,4 RA 01h19’06’ DEC 58°20’00” 13'00" NGC Amas ouvert NGC 637 Mag 8,2 RA 01h42’54” DEC 64°00’00” 4'00” NGC Amas ouvert NGC 654 Mag 6,5 RA 01h44’06” DEC 61°53’00” 5'00” NGC Amas ouvert NGC 663 Ma 7,1 RA 01h46’00” DEC 61°15’00" 16'00” NGC Nébuleuse brillante Bubble NGC 7635 Mag ? RA 23h20’42” DEC 61°12’00" 15'00” NGC Amas ouvert NGC 7789 Mag 6,7 RA 23h57’00” DEC 56°44’00” 16'00" NGC Amas ouvert NGC 7790 Mag 8,5 RA 23h58’24” DEC 61°13’00” 17'00” IC Nébuleuse brillante IC 1795 Mag ? RA 02h26’30” DEC 62°04’00’ 20'00” IC Nébuleuse brillante lC 1705 Mag 6,0 RA 02h32’42” DEC 61°27’00” 60'00” IC Nébuleuse brillante IC 1848 Mag 6,0 RA 02h51’12” DEC 60°26'00" 60'00” STOCK2 Amas ouvert d'étoiles (l’homme musclé) Mag 4,4 RA 02h15’02” DEC 59°16’05” 1°00’00”.
objets-celestes.blogspot.com/2010/03/constellation-de-cassiopee-cassiopela.html
[Divers] Images en vrac : comète, Halpha, etc ... - Forums d'astronomie Webastro
[Divers] Images en vrac : comète, Halpha, etc ... Photos & traitements
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Dessin astro ; NGC 2264 et Saturne
La météo annonçant du beau je me précipite et je commence par des petites photo de vénus avec Om1 derrière un oculaire 8mm. Un magnifique Croissant (je
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Lost Pleiad Observatory: Herschel 400, the official start
Often when observing at night, I tend to follow a familiar pattern. I will observe any planets that are in the sky, I make sketches of any available comets, I visit some of my favorite Messier objects, and then I'll pick a constellation and observe some of its deep sky objects until I am ready to head indoors.
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La nuit étoilée: la galaxia enana NGC 278
*Isabel Roblas, Cerro Negro 8 ene 2010, dobson 300mm: . .
astronomiavisual.blogspot.com/2010/01/la-galaxia-enana-ngc-278.html
November 2012 Celestial Calendar | Chesmont Astronomical Society
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CalStar 2009 | Julien Lecomte's Blog
I was only able to attend the first two nights of CalStar, an annual Star Party that takes place at Lake San Antonio in California. The first night (Thu, Sep 17), the transparency was mediocre (when I called it a night, around 2am, Jupiter was surrounded by a bright halo…).
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