NGC 3190

Introduction | Map | My Own Photos | My Own Observations | References

On this page I collect my observations of the spiral galaxy NGC 3190 in the constellation Leo.

 

Introduction

The spiral galaxy NGC 3190 in the constellation Leo belongs, together with NGC 3185, NGC 3187, and NGC 3193 to the compact galaxy group Hickson 44, also called Leo Quartet. NGC 3190, NGC 3187, and NGC 3193 also form the galaxy group Arp 316.

NGC 3190 NGC 3185 NGC 3187 NGC 3193
Size: 3.6' x 1.2' (SkySafari)
Distance: 79 million light years (SkySafari)
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Size: 2.1' x 1.2' (SkySafari)
Distance: 79 million light years (SkySafari)
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Size: 2.2' x 0.7' (SkySafari)
Distance: 79 million light years (SkySafari)
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Size: 2.4' x 2.2' (SkySafari)
Distance: 110 million light years (SkySafari)
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Map

The spiral galaxy NGC 3190 in the constellation Leo and further DSO that I observed in February/March 2021 (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy, www.simulationcurriculum.com)

A closer look at the Leo Quartet = Hickson 44 / Arp 316 (does not include NGC 3185) (Image Courtesy of SkySafari Astronomy, www.simulationcurriculum.com)

 

My Own Photos

eVscope

         

NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021

 

NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021

 

NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021

   
NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021, photo on top processed   NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021, photo on top processed   NGC 3190 - Mar 6, 2021, photo on top processed

 

My Own Observations

Observations March 2021

 

References

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