Hydre Femelle

Hydre Femelle

Nom latin : Hydra (Hya)

Principales étoiles

 

Nom1Nom Traditionnel2Numéros catalogues3CoordonnéesMag.Dist4
pc.
Notes
HIPHDSAORAJ2000
« h:m:s »
DEJ2000
« d:m:s »
30 Alpha HydraeAlfard/Alphard463908179713687109 27 35.243-08 39 30.971.9955.27 
46 Gamma Hydrae (HR 5020) 6496211565918154313 18 55.297-23 10 17.452.9941.03 
16 Zeta Hydrae 438137629411726408 55 23.640+05 56 43.833.1151.25 
Nu Hydrae 529439381315625610 49 37.489-16 11 37.143.1144.07 
49 Pi Hydrae (HR 5287) 6889512312318224414 06 22.297-26 40 56.503.2530.96 
11 Epsilon Hydrae 431097487411711208 46 46.529+06 25 07.603.3839.56 
Xi Hydrae 5634310040720255811 33 00.116-31 51 27.453.5439.74 
41 Lambda Hydrae 498418828415578510 10 35.275-12 21 14.583.6134.47 
42 Mu Hydrae 510699043215598010 26 05.426-16 50 10.643.8371.77 
22 Theta Hydrae 4533679469 09 14 21.868+02 18 51.383.8939.39 
35 Iota Hydrae 474318361813703509 39 51.361-01 08 34.113.9080.70 
C Hydrae 413077115513589608 25 39.632-03 54 23.123.9137.51 
Beta Hydrae 5793610319220290111 52 54.522-33 54 29.294.2994.60Double. A:4.7 B:5.5 AB:0,9″
5 Sigma HydraeAl Minliar al Shuja424027347111698808 38 45.437+03 20 29.174.45114.17 
U Hydrae 520099205515611010 37 33.273-13 23 04.354.89207.76Carbonée
17 CraterisN Hya5628010028617996811 32 16.403-29 15 39.674.9326.68Double. A:5.8 B:5.9 AB:9,2″

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
NGC 2548M 48AO08 13.7-05 455,81354′ 
NGC 4590M 68AG12 39.5-26 457,3139.8′à 3,3°de Bet Crv
NGC 5236M 83GLX13 37.0-29 527,512,813.1×12.2′Discernable aux 12×80
NGC 3242PK 261+32.1NP10 24.8-18 398,65,440×35″Le Fantôme de Jupiter
NGC 3621ESO 377-37GLX11 18.3-32 499,714,412.4×5.7′ 
NGC 3923ESO 440-17GLX11 51.0-28 489,813,26.6×4.5′ 
NGC 3109ESO 499-36GLX10 03.1-26 109,914,419.7×3.4′ 
NGC 3585ESO 502-25GLX11 13.3-26 459,912,65.2×3.1′ 
NGC 2784ESO 497-23GLX09 12.3-24 1010,212,85.7×2.5′ 
NGC 5694GCL 29AG14 39.6-26 3210,299,93.6′ 
NGC 5061ESO 508-38GLX13 18.1-26 5010,412,93.5×2.9′ 
NGC 2835ESO 564-35GLX09 17.9-22 2110,5146.3×4.2′ 
NGC 4105ESO 440-54GLX12 06.7-29 4610,612,52.8×2.1′ 
NGC 5101ESO 508-58GLX13 21.8-27 2610,613,95.7×4.7′ 
NGC 2986ESO 566- 5GLX09 44.3-21 1710,813,13.5×3′ 
NGC 3904ESO 440-13GLX11 49.2-29 1710,912,62.7×2′ 
MCG -01-25-011 GLX09 38.9-04 491199,92×1.5′ 
NGC 5078ESO 508-48GLX13 19.8-27 25111319.5×5.8′ 
NGC 3078ESO 499-27GLX09 58.4-26 5611,112,92.7×2.3′ 
NGC 3091ESO 566-41GLX10 00.2-19 3811,1133×1.9′ 
NGC 3717ESO 439-15GLX11 31.5-30 1911,213,16.2×1′ 
MCG -01-24-001 GLX09 10.8-08 5411,312,74.3×1′ 
NGC 2811MCG – 3-24- 3GLX09 16.2-16 1911,3122.2×0.7′ 
NGC 5085ESO 508-50GLX13 20.3-24 2611,313,63.5×3′ 
NGC 2935ESO 565-23GLX09 36.7-21 0811,413,83.7×2.8′ 
NGC 3313ESO 501-50GLX10 37.4-25 1911,4143.9×3.2′ 
NGC 4106ESO 440-56GLX12 06.8-29 4611,412,12.3×1.7′ 
NGC 3673ESO 503-16GLX11 25.2-26 4411,513,73.7×2.4′ 
NGC 2781MCG – 2-24- 2GLX09 11.5-14 4911,613,13.1×1.8′ 
NGC 2855MCG – 2-24- 15GLX09 21.5-11 5511,613,32.4×1.9′ 
NGC 2907MCG – 3-25- 2GLX09 31.6-16 4411,612,32×1.2′ 
NGC 3309ESO 501-36GLX10 36.6-27 3111,612,82.4×2.1′ 
NGC 3311ESO 501-38GLX10 36.7-27 3211,614,13.7×3′ 
NGC 4304ESO 380-20GLX12 22.2-33 2911,613,52.6×2.5′ 
NGC 5328ESO 445-67GLX13 52.9-28 2911,612,51.8×1.2′ 
NGC 2865ESO 498- 1GLX09 23.5-23 1011,713,32.5×1.8′ 
NGC 2889MCG – 2-24- 26GLX09 27.2-11 3911,713,12.3×1.9′ 
NGC 3145MCG – 2-26- 36GLX10 10.2-12 2611,713,33×1.6′ 
IC 4351ESO 445-84GLX13 57.9-29 1911,713,45.9×0.9′ 
NGC 2713UGC 4691GLX08 57.3+02 5511,813,43.3×1.3′ 
NGC 2716UGC 4692GLX08 57.6+03 0511,8121.6×1.2′ 
NGC 2718UGC 4707GLX08 58.8+06 1811,813,32.1×2.1′ 
NGC 2848MCG – 3-24- 7GLX09 20.2-16 3211,813,32.5×1.5′ 
NGC 2983ESO 566- 3GLX09 43.7-20 2911,813,12.5×1.4′ 
NGC 3054ESO 499-18GLX09 54.5-25 4211,8143.8×2.4′ 
NGC 5042ESO 508-31GLX13 15.5-23 5911,814,14.2×2.2′ 
NGC 5153ESO 444-45GLX13 27.9-29 3711,8132×1.4′ 
NGC 5556ESO 446-50GLX14 20.6-29 1511,814,44.1×3.3′ 
NGC 2695MCG 0-23- 10GLX08 54.5-03 0411,912,51.7×1.2′ 
NGC 2815ESO 497-32GLX09 16.3-23 3811,913,23.5×1.1′ 
NGC 2962UGC 5167GLX09 40.9+05 1011,913,62.6×2′ 
NGC 3308ESO 501-34GLX10 36.4-27 2611,912,61.7×1.3′ 
NGC 3312IC 629GLX10 37.0-27 3411,913,33.3×1.2′ 
NGC 3390ESO 437-62GLX10 48.1-31 3211,912,53.5×0.6′ 
NGC 3450ESO 569- 6GLX10 48.1-20 5111,913,62.6×2.3′ 
NGC 3402NGC 3411GLX10 50.4-12 5111,999,92.1×2.1′ 
NGC 3411NGC 3402GLX10 50.4-12 5111,913,52.1×2.1′ 
NGC 3885ESO 440- 7GLX11 46.8-27 5511,912,62.7×1′ 
NGC 2708NGC 2727GLX08 56.1-03 221213,22.7×1.4′ 
NGC 2763MCG – 2-23- 10GLX09 06.8-15 301213,52.3×2′ 
NGC 2921ESO 565-17GLX09 34.5-20 5512132.9×1.1′ 
NGC 2924MCG – 3-25- 8GLX09 35.2-16 241212,61.3×1.2′ 
NGC 3081IC 2529;H III 596GLX09 59.5-22 501213,12.2×1.8′ 
NGC 3200ESO 567-45GLX10 18.6-17 591213,74.2×1.3′ 
NGC 3285ESO 501-15GLX10 33.6-27 271213,42.7×1.5′ 
MCG -03-28-004 GLX10 48.1-20 531299,90.3×0.3′ 
NGC 3936ESO 504-20GLX11 52.3-26 541212,83.9×0.7′ 
PK 303+40.1Abell 35NP12 53.6-22 521218,912.8′ 
NGC 5264ESO 445-12GLX13 41.6-29 551213,32.6×1.5′ 

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. En grisé, objet trop bas sur l’horizon pour être observé convenablement à la latitude de 47°.