Vierge

vierge

Un océan de galaxies… Attention de ne pas s’y noyer !

Nom latin : Virgo (Vir)

Principales étoiles

 

Nom1Nom Traditionnel2Numéros catalogues3CoordonnéesMag.Dist4
pc.
Notes
HIPHDSAORAJ2000
« h:m:s »
DEJ2000
« d:m:s »
67 Alpha VirginisSpica6547411665815792313 25 11.579-11 09 40.750.98 76.31
29 Gamma VirginisPorrima61941110379 12 41 39.643-01 26 57.742.74 11.68Double. A:3.6 B:3.7 AB:0,3″(+)
47 Epsilon VirginisVindemiatrix6360811322613 02 10.598+10 57 32.942.85 33.60
79 Zeta VirginisHeze6624911809813 34 41.591-00 35 44.953.38 22.71
43 Delta VirginisAuva6309011230012 55 36.208+03 23 50.903.39 60.81
5 Beta VirginisZavijava /Zavijah5775710287011 50 41.718+01 45 52.983.59 10.93
109 Virginis (HR 5511)7222013010912064814 46 14.924+01 53 34.383.73 41.23
107 Mu VirginisRijl al Awwa7195712950214 43 03.623-05 39 29.533.87 18.27
15 Eta VirginisZaniah6012910725913872112 19 54.354-00 40 00.463.89 81.24
3 Nu Virginis5738010221211903511 45 51.560+06 31 45.744.04 90.06
99 Iota VirginisSyrma6970112485014 16 00.870-06 00 01.964.07 22.24
9 Omicron Virginis5894810497911921312 05 12.540+08 43 58.704.12 50.04
98 Kappa Virginis (HR 5315)6942712429415842714 12 53.745-10 16 25.324.18 78.09
93 Tau Virginis (HR 5264)6852012240812023814 01 38.793+01 32 40.324.23 68.95
51 Theta Virginis (HR 4963)6423811433013918913 09 56.991-05 32 20.424.38 95.53
110 Virginis (HR 5601)7362013316512080915 02 54.038+02 05 28.694.39 59.90
100 Lambda VirginisKkhambaliya6997412533715848914 19 06.592-13 22 15.934.52 57.16
84 Virginis (HR 5159) 66936119425 13 43 03.713+03 32 16.445.35 72.79Double. A:5.5 B:7.9 AB:2,9″
SS Virginis 120212108105 12h25m14s+00°46’11 »6-9.6 Variable carbonée (période de 364j)

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 4594M 104GLX12 40.0-11 37811,68.6×4.2′Le Sombrero
NGC 4472M 49GLX12 29.8+08 008,413,29.8×8.2′Discernable aux jumelles.
NGC 4486M 87GLX12 30.8+12 238,6138.7×6.6′ 
NGC 4649M 60GLX12 43.7+11 338,812,97.6×6.2′à 25′ de M 59
NGC 4406M 86GLX12 26.2+12 578,913,29.8×6.3′Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4374M 84GLX12 25.1+12 539,1136.7×6′Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4697MCG – 1-33- 10GLX12 48.6-05 489,213,16.2×4.5′ 
NGC 4569M 90GLX12 36.8+13 109,513,49.9×4.4′à 40′ NNE de M89
NGC 4636NGC 4624?GLX12 42.8+02 419,513,15.9×4.6′ 
NGC 4699MCG – 1-33- 13GLX12 49.0-08 409,511,93.8×2.8′ 
NGC 5634GCL 28AG14 29.6-05 599,599,94.9′ 
NGC 4303M 61GLX12 21.9+04 289,613,46.5×5.9′à 1,2°NNE de 16 Vir
NGC 4365UGC 7488GLX12 24.5+07 199,613,46.5×4.9′ 
NGC 4621M 59GLX12 42.0+11 399,612,95.3×4′Déjà accessible dans des modestes instruments, à 1,4°N de rho Vir
NGC 4526NGC 4560GLX12 34.0+07 429,712,77×2.5′à 3,1°SO de rho Vir
NGC 4579M 58GLX12 37.7+11 499,713,16×4.8′ 
NGC 4552M 89GLX12 35.7+12 339,813,25.3×4.8′à 2,8°NO de Rho Vir
NGC 4753UGC 8009GLX12 52.4-01 129,912,95.1×2.6′ 
NGC 4216UGC 7284GLX12 15.9+13 091012,87.8×1.8′Fin fuseau à 6,6°ESE de Bet Vir
NGC 4429UGC 7568GLX12 27.4+11 061012,85.8×2.8′ 
NGC 4535UGC 7727GLX12 34.3+08 121013,76.9×5.4′ 
NGC 5068ESO 576-29GLX13 18.9-21 0210147.3×6.4′ 
NGC 5247ESO 577-14GLX13 38.0-17 531013,45.4×4.9′ 
NGC 5846UGC 9706GLX15 06.5+01 3610134×3.7′ 
NGC 5363UGC 8847GLX13 56.1+05 1510,112,54.6×3.1′ 
NGC 4438UGC 7574GLX12 27.8+13 0010,213,68.5×3′Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian. Les Yeux
NGC 4546MCG – 1-32- 27GLX12 35.5-03 4810,311,93.3×1.6′ 
NGC 4762UGC 8016GLX12 52.9+11 1410,3138.6×2′Joli fuseau
NGC 5746UGC 9499GLX14 44.9+01 5710,312,66.9×1.2′ 
NGC 4261UGC 7360GLX12 19.4+05 4910,413,33.8×3.5′ 
NGC 4442UGC 7583GLX12 28.1+09 4810,412,64.5×1.8′ 
NGC 4517NGC 4437GLX12 32.8+00 0710,413,310.2×1.7′ 
NGC 4596UGC 7828GLX12 39.9+10 1110,4134×3.4′ 
NGC 4527UGC 7721GLX12 34.1+02 3910,513,15.9×2.3′ 
NGC 4654IC 3708GLX12 43.9+13 0810,513,25×3.1′ 
NGC 4665NGC 4624GLX12 45.1+03 0310,513,13.5×3.5′ 
NGC 4856MCG – 2-33- 78GLX12 59.4-15 0310,512,13.9×1.4′ 
NGC 5084ESO 576-33GLX13 20.3-21 5010,513,410.6×1.8′ 
NGC 5364NGC 5317GLX13 56.2+05 0110,514,16.1×4.2′ 
NGC 5813UGC 9655GLX15 01.2+01 4210,513,24×2.8′ 
NGC 4030UGC 6993GLX12 00.4-01 0610,613,24.2×3.2′à 3,7° SE de Bet Vir.
NGC 4560NGC 4526GLX12 34.0+07 4210,699,97×2.5′ 
NGC 4536UGC 7732GLX12 34.4+02 1110,613,97.1×3.1′ 
NGC 4698UGC 7970GLX12 48.4+08 2910,612,94×2.9′ 
NGC 4754UGC 8010GLX12 52.3+11 1910,613,14.4×2.4′ 
NGC 5566UGC 9175GLX14 20.3+03 5610,613,36.6×2.3′ 
NGC 4666UGC 7926GLX12 45.1-00 2810,712,54.5×1.4′ 
NGC 4958MCG – 1-33- 84GLX13 05.8-08 0110,712,33.9×1.4′ 
NGC 4371UGC 7493GLX12 24.9+11 4210,813,14×2.3′ 
NGC 4435UGC 7575GLX12 27.7+13 0510,812,53×2.2′Les yeux. Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4568UGC 7776GLX12 36.6+11 1410,813,14.6×2.2′Les sœurs siamoises
NGC 4643UGC 7895GLX12 43.3+01 5910,812,73.1×2.5′ 
NGC 5018ESO 576-10GLX13 13.0-19 3110,8133.4×2.6′ 
NGC 5044MCG – 3-34- 34GLX13 15.4-16 2310,813,22.6×2.6′ 
NGC 5850UGC 9715GLX15 07.1+01 3310,813,64.5×3.9′ 
NGC 4267UGC 7373GLX12 19.8+12 4810,913,33×2.8′ 
NGC 4457UGC 7609GLX12 29.0+03 3410,912,72.6×2.3′ 
NGC 4487MCG – 1-32- 21GLX12 31.1-08 0310,913,44×2.8′ 
NGC 4570UGC 7785GLX12 36.9+07 1510,912,43.7×1.2′ 
NGC 4593MCG – 1-32- 32GLX12 39.7-05 2110,913,43.7×2.6′ 
NGC 4612UGC 7850GLX12 41.5+07 1910,912,52.7×2′ 
NGC 4902MCG – 2-33- 92GLX13 01.0-14 3110,913,12.9×2.6′ 
NGC 5054MCG – 3-34- 39GLX13 17.0-16 3810,913,75.1×2.8′ 
NGC 5701UGC 9436GLX14 39.2+05 2210,913,84.7×4.6′ 
NGC 5838UGC 9692GLX15 05.4+02 0610,912,83.7×1.6′ 
NGC 4179UGC 7214GLX12 12.9+01 181112,54.2×1.3′ 
NGC 4388UGC 7520GLX12 25.8+12 4011135.6×1.5′Dans le champ de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4608UGC 7842GLX12 41.2+10 091113,23.3×2.9′ 
NGC 4772UGC 8021GLX12 53.5+02 101112,83.1×1.8′ 
NGC 5576UGC 9183GLX14 21.1+03 161113,23×2.3′ 
NGC 4417NGC 4437GLX12 26.8+09 3511,112,63.3×1.4′ 
NGC 4503UGC 7680GLX12 32.1+11 1111,112,93.5×1.7′ 
NGC 4564UGC 7773GLX12 36.4+11 2611,112,93.2×1.8′ 
NGC 4691MCG 0-33- 13GLX12 48.2-03 2011,112,92.7×2.5′ 
NGC 4775MCG – 1-33- 43GLX12 53.8-06 3711,112,52.2×2.1′ 
NGC 4781MCG – 2-33- 49GLX12 54.4-10 3211,112,83.4×1.4′ 
NGC 4818MCG – 1-33- 57GLX12 56.8-08 3211,1133.4×1.3′ 
NGC 4941MCG – 1-33- 77GLX13 04.2-05 3311,1133.5×1.9′ 
NGC 4995MCG – 1-34- 7GLX13 09.7-07 5011,112,52.4×1.7′ 
NGC 5170MCG – 3-34- 84GLX13 29.8-17 5811,113,38.2×1′ 
NGC 4168UGC 7203GLX12 12.3+13 1211,213,22.8×2.2′ 
NGC 4461UGC 7613GLX12 29.0+13 1111,212,83.4×1.4′Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4469UGC 7622GLX12 29.5+08 4511,212,83.4×1.2′ 
MCG +02-32-110 GLX12 30.9+12 1611,299,9  
NGC 4486AUGC 7658GLX12 31.0+12 1611,299,90.8×0.7′ 
NGC 4504MCG – 1-32- 22GLX12 32.3-07 3411,213,74.3×2.8′ 
NGC 4437NGC 4517GLX12 32.8+00 0711,299,910.2×1.7′ 
NGC 4638NGC 4667GLX12 42.8+11 2711,212,32.4×1.7′ 
NGC 4660UGC 7914GLX12 44.5+11 1111,212,62.1×1.7′ 
NGC 4624NGC 4664GLX12 45.1+03 0311,299,93.5×3.5′ 
NGC 4664NGC 4624GLX12 45.1+03 0311,299,93.5×3.5′ 
NGC 4845UGC 8078GLX12 58.0+01 3511,213,14.9×1.3′ 
NGC 4866UGC 8102GLX12 59.5+14 1011,213,46.4×1.5′ 
NGC 5317NGC 5364GLX13 56.2+05 0111,299,96.1×4.2′ 
NGC 5638UGC 9308GLX14 29.7+03 1411,213,22.3×2.1′ 
NGC 5713UGC 9451GLX14 40.2-00 1711,213,12.9×2.5′ 
NGC 4281UGC 7389GLX12 20.4+05 2311,312,83×1.6′ 
NGC 4567UGC 7777GLX12 36.5+11 1511,313,13.1×2.2′Les sœurs siamoises
NGC 4647UGC 7896GLX12 43.5+11 3511,313,22.9×2.3′ 
NGC 4742MCG – 2-33- 32GLX12 51.8-10 2711,312,82.3×1.3′ 
NGC 4939MCG – 2-33- 104GLX13 04.2-10 2011,314,15.1×2.3′ 
NGC 4981MCG – 1-34- 3GLX13 08.8-06 4711,3132.8×1.9′ 
NGC 4984MCG – 2-34- 4GLX13 09.0-15 3111,313,13×2.3′ 
NGC 5134ESO 576-52GLX13 25.3-21 0811,312,82.9×2′ 
NGC 5334IC 4338GLX13 52.9-01 0711,313,94.1×3.3′ 
NGC 4073UGC 7060GLX12 04.5+01 5411,413,43.2×2.3′ 
NGC 4123UGC 7116GLX12 08.2+02 5311,414,14.3×3.2′ 
NGC 4124NGC 4119GLX12 08.2+10 2311,413,23.9×1.8′ 
NGC 4178IC 3042;UGC 7215GLX12 12.8+10 5211,413,75×1.7′ 
NGC 4339UGC 7461GLX12 23.6+06 0511,413,22.3×2.1′ 
NGC 4478UGC 7645GLX12 30.3+12 2011,412,71.8×1.5′ 
NGC 4496ANGC 4496GLX12 31.7+03 5611,4143.9×3.1′ 
NGC 4531UGC 7729GLX12 34.3+13 0511,413,33.1×2′ 
NGC 4684UGC 7951GLX12 47.3-02 4411,412,42.8×1.1′ 
NGC 4694UGC 7969GLX12 48.2+10 5911,4133.3×1.6′ 
NGC 4760MCG – 2-33- 41GLX12 53.1-10 3011,412,82×1.8′ 
NGC 4880UGC 8109GLX13 00.2+12 2911,413,53.1×2.5′ 
NGC 4900UGC 8116GLX13 00.7+02 3011,412,92.2×2.2′ 
NGC 5077MCG – 2-34- 27GLX13 19.5-12 3911,412,51.9×1.6′ 
NGC 5087ESO 576-35GLX13 20.4-20 3711,412,82.5×1.9′ 
NGC 5300UGC 8727GLX13 48.3+03 5711,413,83.8×2.4′ 
NGC 5427MCG – 1-36- 3GLX14 03.4-06 0211,413,32.9×2.2′Duo de gal. (avec N.5426)
NGC 5493MCG – 1-36- 13GLX14 11.5-05 0311,412,11.7×1.5′ 
NGC 5584UGC 9201GLX14 22.4-00 2311,413,53.4×2.7′ 
NGC 5775UGC 9579GLX14 54.0+03 3311,412,84×1.1′ 
NGC 3976UGC 6906GLX11 56.0+06 4511,5133.4×1.1′ 
NGC 4578UGC 7793GLX12 37.5+09 3311,513,73.1×2.3′ 
NGC 4602MCG – 1-32- 36GLX12 40.6-05 0811,512,93×1′ 
NGC 4639UGC 7884GLX12 42.9+13 1511,513,22.9×2′ 
NGC 4731MCG – 1-33- 26GLX12 51.0-06 2411,514,66.3×2.6′ 
NGC 5668UGC 9363GLX14 33.4+04 2711,513,93.2×3′ 
NGC 5831UGC 9678GLX15 04.1+01 1311,512,92.1×1.9′ 
NGC 4235IC 3098GLX12 17.2+07 1111,6133.9×0.9′ 
NGC 4313UGC 7445GLX12 22.6+11 4811,6133.8×0.9′ 
NGC 4324Ho 388aGLX12 23.1+05 1511,612,82.9×1.2′ 
New 3MCG -02-33-015GLX12 49.4-10 0711,614,22.5×2.0′ 
NGC 5750UGC 9512GLX14 46.2-00 1311,613,23.2×1.5′ 
NGC 3818MCG – 1-30- 23GLX11 42.0-06 0911,712,72×1.2′ 
NGC 4378UGC 7497GLX12 25.3+04 5511,713,82.5×2.3′ 
NGC 4380UGC 7503GLX12 25.4+10 0111,713,63.2×1.8′ 
NGC 4424UGC 7561GLX12 27.2+09 2511,713,63.5×1.7′ 
NGC 4440UGC 7581GLX12 27.9+12 1811,712,71.8×1.6′ 
NGC 4550UGC 7757GLX12 35.5+12 1311,712,83.3×0.9′ 
NGC 4586UGC 7804GLX12 38.5+04 1911,713,33.8×1.2′ 
NGC 4592UGC 7819GLX12 39.3-00 3211,713,96.8×1.7′ 
NGC 4632UGC 7870GLX12 42.5-00 0511,712,93×1.2′ 
NGC 4713UGC 7985GLX12 50.0+05 1911,713,22.9×1.8′ 
NGC 4786MCG – 1-33- 46GLX12 54.5-06 5211,712,41.6×1.3′ 
NGC 4808UGC 8054GLX12 55.8+04 1811,712,82.4×1′ 
NGC 4825MCG – 2-33- 70GLX12 57.2-13 4011,712,52×1.1′ 
NGC 4933ANGC 4933GLX13 03.9-11 3011,712,32×1.1′ 
NGC 5020UGC 8289GLX13 12.7+12 3611,713,93.1×2.7′ 
NGC 5324MCG – 1-35- 16GLX13 52.1-06 0411,713,32.3×2.1′ 
NGC 5806UGC 9645GLX15 00.0+01 5311,713,33.2×1.6′ 
NGC 4224UGC 7292GLX12 16.6+07 2811,812,72.5×1′ 
NGC 4260UGC 7361GLX12 19.4+06 0611,8132.4×1.2′ 
NGC 4402Ho 403dGLX12 26.1+13 0711,813,23.6×1.1′Dans le champ de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4425UGC 7562GLX12 27.2+12 4411,812,92.8×1′Dans le champ de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4519UGC 7709GLX12 33.5+08 3911,813,92.9×2.3′ 
NGC 4580UGC 7794GLX12 37.8+05 2211,8132.1×1.5′ 
NGC 4606UGC 7839GLX12 41.0+11 5511,813,53.3×1.7′ 
NGC 4897MCG – 2-33- 89GLX13 00.9-13 2711,813,62.7×2.3′ 
NGC 4999UGC 8236GLX13 09.6+01 4011,813,42.3×1.9′ 
NGC 5105MCG – 2-34- 39GLX13 21.8-13 1211,812,82×1.5′ 
NGC 5147UGC 8443GLX13 26.3+02 0611,812,91.9×1.6′ 
NGC 5690UGC 9416GLX14 37.7+02 1711,8133.4×1′ 
NGC 5864UGC 9740GLX15 09.6+03 0311,812,62.5×0.9′ 
NGC 4233UGC 7311GLX12 17.1+07 3711,912,82.4×1.1′ 
NGC 4241IC 3102GLX12 18.0+06 3911,913,11.7×1.4′ 
NGC 4273UGC 7380GLX12 19.9+05 2111,913,12.3×1.5′ 
NGC 4454UGC 7606GLX12 28.8-01 5611,9131.9×1.6′ 
NGC 4505NGC 4496GLX12 31.7+03 5611,999,93.9×3.1′ 
NGC 4532UGC 7726GLX12 34.3+06 2811,9132.7×1.2′ 
NGC 4688UGC 7961GLX12 47.8+04 2011,914,13.5×3.1′ 
NGC 4700MCG – 2-33- 13GLX12 49.1-11 2511,912,43×0.5′ 
NGC 4733UGC 7997GLX12 51.1+10 5511,912,21.5×1.5′ 
NGC 4899MCG – 2-33- 90GLX13 00.9-13 5711,913,22.3×1.3′ 
NGC 4951MCG – 1-33- 81GLX13 05.1-06 3011,913,23.3×1.2′ 
NGC 5506MCG 0-36- 28GLX14 13.2-03 1211,912,72.7×0.8′ 
NGC 5740UGC 9493GLX14 44.4+01 4111,913,32.8×1.5′ 
NGC 5854UGC 9726GLX15 07.8+02 3411,912,62.7×0.8′ 
NGC 5869UGC 9742GLX15 09.8+00 2811,913,22.3×1.6′ 
NGC 4045NGC 4046GLX12 02.7+01 591213,63.1×1.9′ 
NGC 4116UGC 7111GLX12 07.6+02 411214,13.8×2.3′ 
NGC 4307Ho 380aGLX12 22.1+09 021212,93.5×0.8′ 
NGC 4430UGC 7566GLX12 27.4+06 161213,52.3×2′ 
NGC 4452UGC 7601GLX12 28.7+11 451212,42.7×0.6′ 
NGC 4551UGC 7759GLX12 35.6+12 161213,11.8×1.4′ 
UGC 8041New 4GLX12 55.2+00 071213,83.2×2.1′ 
NGC 4904UGC 8121GLX13 01.0-00 021213,12.2×1.5′ 
MCG -03-34-014 GLX13 12.5-17 311299,92.5×0.8′ 
NGC 5079MCG – 2-34- 30GLX13 19.6-12 421299,91.5×0.8′ 
NGC 5339MCG – 1-35- 18GLX13 54.0-07 561299,91.9×1.7′ 
NGC 4206IC 3064GLX12 15.3+13 0112,114,16.4×1.1′ 
NGC 4215UGC 7281GLX12 15.9+06 2412,112,21.8×0.7′ 
NGC 4294UGC 7407GLX12 21.3+11 3112,113,43.2×1.2′ 
NGC 4343UGC 7465GLX12 23.6+06 5712,112,62.3×0.7′ 
NGC 4387UGC 7517GLX12 25.7+12 4912,112,81.7×1.1′Dans le champ de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4415UGC 7540GLX12 26.7+08 2612,112,51.4×1.2′ 
NGC 4420NGC 4409GLX12 27.0+02 3012,112,72×1′ 
NGC 4434UGC 7571GLX12 27.6+08 0912,112,91.4×1.4′ 
NGC 4458UGC 7610GLX12 29.0+13 1512,113,21.6×1.5′Maillon de la chaîne de Markarian
NGC 4470NGC 4610GLX12 29.6+07 4912,112,21.3×0.9′ 
NGC 4528UGC 7722GLX12 34.1+11 1912,112,51.6×1′ 
NGC 4597MCG – 1-32- 34GLX12 40.2-05 4812,114,13.8×1.6′ 
NGC 4667NGC 4638GLX12 42.8+11 2712,199,92.4×1.7′ 
NGC 4682MCG – 2-33- 8GLX12 47.3-10 0412,113,32.5×1.2′ 
NGC 4790MCG – 2-33- 56GLX12 54.9-10 1512,112,61.5×0.9′ 
NGC 4795UGC 8037GLX12 55.0+08 0412,113,11.6×1.5′ 
NGC 4830ESO 575-37GLX12 57.5-19 4212,112,81.8×1.2′ 
NGC 4910UGC 8078GLX12 58.0+01 3512,199,95×1.6′ 
NGC 4915MCG – 1-33- 69GLX13 01.5-04 3312,112,91.6×1.3′ 
NGC 5129UGC 8423GLX13 24.2+13 5912,1131.7×1.4′ 
NGC 5230UGC 8573GLX13 35.5+13 4012,113,52.1×1.9′ 
NGC 5306MCG – 1-35- 14GLX13 49.2-07 1312,112,41.4×1.1′ 
NGC 5426MCG – 1-36- 4GLX14 03.4-06 0412,113,63×1.7′Duo de gal. (avec N.5427)
NGC 5496UGC 9079GLX14 11.6-01 1012,113,54.7×0.9′ 
NGC 5774UGC 9576GLX14 53.7+03 3512,114,23×2.3′ 

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