Chevelure de Bérénice

 

Nom latin : Coma Berenices (Com)

Principales étoiles

 

Nom1Nom Traditionnel2Numéros catalogues3CoordonnéesMag.Dist4
pc.
Notes
HIPHDSAORAJ2000
« h:m:s »
DEJ2000
« d:m:s »
43 Beta Comae Berenices (HR 4983) 64394114710 13 11 52.394+27 52 41.454.239.13 
42 Alpha Comae BerenicesDiadem64241114378 13 09 59.287+17 31 46.014.3217.82 
15 Gamma Comae Berenices (HR 4737) 607421083818231312 26 56.272+28 16 06.324.3551.28 
11 Comae Berenices (HR 4697) 6020210738310005312 20 43.027+17 47 34.344.7288.85 
36 Comae Berenices (HR 4920) 6335511276910035712 58 55.443+17 24 34.004.7699.31 
12 Comae Berenices (HR 4707) 603511077008227312 22 30.312+25 50 46.174.7894.59 
23 Comae Berenices (HR 4789) 613941094858239012 34 51.078+22 37 45.274.8094.78 
41 Comae Berenices (HR 4954) 640221139968265913 07 10.730+27 37 29.064.80101.57 
37 Comae Berenices (HR 4924) 634621129896328813 00 16.471+30 47 06.064.88199.46 
35 Comae Berenices (HR 4894) 628861120338255012 53 17.740+21 14 41.834.8986.22Multiple. A:4.89 B:7.22 C:9.74 AB:1,2″ AC:29″
24 Comae Berenices (HR 4792) 6141810951110016012 35 07.760+18 22 37.415.03 Double. A:4.98 B:6.28 AB:20,3″

1Désignation de Bayer (lettre grecque associée à la constellation GGG CCC), désignation de Flamsteed (numéro devant constellation NN CCC) et / ou désignation HR (Harvard obs. Revised photometry HR NNNN)
2Un nom traditionnel peu usité est indiqué en italique
3Catalogues Hipparcos (HIP), Henry Drapper (HD), Smithsonian Astrophysical Obs. (SAO)
4Distances indiquées en parsec
En gras, étoile remarquable

Principaux objets du ciel profond

 

ObjetAutre nomType1RA
h:min
DEC
d:min
Mag2M.S3Dim
Notes
Mel 111Cr 256AO12 25.1+26 071,8 275′Aux jumelles ou à l’œil nu
NGC 5024M 53AG13 12.9+18 107,71214.4′à 1° NE de Alpha Coma
NGC 4826M 64GLX12 56.7+21 418,512,710.3×5′L’œil noir
NGC 4382M 85GLX12 25.4+18 119,112,97.4×5.9′ 
NGC 4321M 100GLX12 22.9+15 499,413,47.5×6.1′ 
NGC 4725UGC 7989GLX12 50.4+25 309,41410.4×7.2′ 
NGC 4501M 88GLX12 32.0+14 259,6136.8×3.7′ 
NGC 4565UGC 7772GLX12 36.3+25 599,613,314.9×2′L’aiguille
NGC 4494UGC 7662GLX12 31.4+25 469,812,94.5×4.3′ 
NGC 5053GCL 23AG13 16.5+17 429,88.9′ 
NGC 4254M 99GLX12 18.8+14 259,913,25.3×4.6′La Toupie
NGC 4559UGC 7766GLX12 36.0+27 58101411×4.9′ 
NGC 4192M 98GLX12 13.8+14 5410,113,69.4×2.3′ 
NGC 4414UGC 7539GLX12 26.5+31 1310,112,13.6×2′ 
NGC 4450UGC 7594GLX12 28.5+17 0510,113,25.4×4.1′ 
NGC 4548M 91GLX12 35.4+14 3010,113,45.2×4.2′ 
NGC 4278UGC 7386GLX12 20.1+29 1710,213,14×3.9′ 
NGC 4473UGC 7631GLX12 29.8+13 2610,212,84.2×2.6′Dans la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4147NGC 4153AG12 10.1+18 3310,34′ 
NGC 4153NGC 4147AG12 10.1+18 3310,34.1′ 
NGC 4274UGC 7377GLX12 19.8+29 3710,413,36.8×2.4′ 
NGC 4293UGC 7405GLX12 21.2+18 2310,413,15.5×2.9′ 
NGC 4459UGC 7614GLX12 29.0+13 5910,412,74×3.1′ 
NGC 4477UGC 7638GLX12 30.0+13 3810,413,13.7×3.3′Dans la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4314UGC 7443GLX12 22.5+29 5410,613,43.9×3.7′ 
NGC 4251UGC 7338GLX12 18.1+28 1010,712,43.6×2.5′ 
NGC 4651UGC 7901GLX12 43.7+16 2410,813,24×2.7′ 
NGC 4203UGC 7256GLX12 15.1+33 1210,913,33.5×3.2′ 
NGC 4394UGC 7523GLX12 25.9+18 1310,913,43.4×3.2′ 
NGC 4689UGC 7965GLX12 47.8+13 4610,913,74.7×4′ 
NGC 4136UGC 7134GLX12 09.3+29 561113,83.9×3.6′ 
NGC 4350UGC 7473GLX12 24.0+16 421112,52.9×1.6′ 
NGC 4710UGC 7980GLX12 49.6+15 101112,84.9×1.6′ 
NGC 4448UGC 7591GLX12 28.3+28 3711,112,83.6×1.3′ 
NGC 4212NGC 4208GLX12 15.7+13 5411,2133.2×2′ 
NGC 4340UGC 7467GLX12 23.6+16 4311,213,53.1×2.3′ 
NGC 4419UGC 7551GLX12 26.9+15 0311,212,43.3×1.2′ 
NGC 4298UGC 7412GLX12 21.5+14 3611,313,13.2×1.9′ 
NGC 4571IC 3588GLX12 36.9+14 1311,313,83.7×3.4′ 
NGC 4064UGC 7054GLX12 04.2+18 2711,413,54.6×1.7′ 
NGC 4245UGC 7328GLX12 17.6+29 3611,413,33.3×2.4′ 
NGC 4474UGC 7634GLX12 29.9+14 0411,512,72.4×1.6′ 
NGC 4889NGC 4884GLX13 00.1+27 5911,513,32.8×2′ 
NGC 4150UGC 7165GLX12 10.6+30 2411,6132.3×1.6′ 
NGC 4237UGC 7315GLX12 17.2+15 1911,612,62.1×1.4′ 
NGC 4262UGC 7365GLX12 19.5+14 5311,612,71.8×1.6′ 
NGC 4302UGC 7418GLX12 21.7+14 3611,613,35.3×1′ 
NGC 4421UGC 7554GLX12 27.0+15 2811,613,32.7×2′ 
NGC 4793UGC 8033GLX12 54.7+28 5611,6132.9×1.5′ 
NGC 4189IC 3050GLX12 13.8+13 2511,713,12.5×1.7′ 
NGC 4312UGC 7442GLX12 22.5+15 3211,713,34.6×1.1′ 
NGC 4379UGC 7502GLX12 25.2+15 3611,712,82×1.6′ 
NGC 4540UGC 7742GLX12 34.8+15 3311,712,82.1×1.8′ 
NGC 4874UGC 8103GLX12 59.6+27 5811,713,12.4×2.4′ 
NGC 4208NGC 4212GLX12 15.7+13 5411,83.2×2′ 
NGC 4037UGC 7002GLX12 01.4+13 2411,913,52.4×2.2′ 
NGC 4377UGC 7501GLX12 25.2+14 4611,912,71.7×1.3′ 
NGC 5172UGC 8477GLX13 29.3+17 0311,913,73.4×1.8′ 
NGC 4405IC 788GLX12 26.1+16 111212,61.6×1.1′ 
NGC 4489UGC 7655GLX12 30.9+16 4612131.7×1.6′ 
NGC 4539UGC 7735GLX12 34.6+18 121213,53.3×1.4′ 

1Type: AG=Amas globulaire AO=Amas ouvert AST=Astérisme GLX=Galaxie N=Nébuleuse NP=Nébuleuse planétaire DKN=Nébuleuse sombre REMSN=Rémanent de supernova AGLX=Amas de galaxies
2Magnitude
3Magnitude surfacique
En gras, objet remarquable