IC 2560

Coordinates: Sky map 10h 16m 18.666s, −33° 33′ 49.85″

IC 2560
A spiral in the Air Pump
IC 2560's spiral arms and barred structure, as taken by Hubble Space Telescope
Observation data (J2000 epoch)
ConstellationAntlia
Right ascension 10h 16m 18.666s[1]
Declination−33° 33′ 49.85″[1]
Redshift0.0096[1]
Helio radial velocity2864 km/s[1]
Distance110 million ly[2]
Apparent magnitude (V)13.31[1]
Apparent magnitude (B)12.53[1]
Characteristics
TypeSBb[1]
Apparent size (V)2.790 x 1.060[1]
Other designations
INTREF 409, NVSS J101618-333350, [VV2000c] J101619.3-333359, AGC 26999, IRAS 10140-3318, PSCz Q10140-3318, [VV2003c] J101619.3-333359, 6dFGS gJ101618.7-333350, IRAS F10140-3318, SGC 101405-3318.9, [VV2006c] J101619.3-333359, ESO-LV 375-0040, LEDA 29993, [CHM2007] LDC 729 J101618.66-3333498, [VV2010c] J101619.3-333359, ESO 375-4, 2MASX J10161866-3333498, [HB91] 1014-333, [VV98c] J101619.3-333359, HIPASS J1016-33, MCG-05-25-001, [TP95] IC 2560 1

IC 2560 is a spiral galaxy lying over 110 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Antlia. It has a distinct bar structure in the center. The supermassive black hole at the core has a mass of 4.4+4.4
−2.2
×106 M
.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Search Results for IC 2560". Astronomical Database. SIMBAD. Retrieved 6 September 2013.
  2. ^ "A spiral in the Air Pump". ESA/Hubble Picture of the Week. Retrieved 6 September 2013.
  3. ^ Graham, Alister W. (November 2008), "Populating the Galaxy Velocity Dispersion - Supermassive Black Hole Mass Diagram: A Catalogue of (Mbh, σ) Values", Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia, 25 (4): 167–175, arXiv:0807.2549, Bibcode:2008PASA...25..167G, doi:10.1071/AS08013.
HD 82205

HD 82205 is a double star in the southern constellation of Antlia. However, the primary is most likely a solitary star as the other component is deemed a line of sight companion. This is a giant star with a stellar classification of K3III.

HD 82785

HD 82785 is star in the southern constellation of Antlia.

HD 85725

HD 85725 is a high proper-motion star in the constellation Antlia. Located around 176 light-years distant, it is 1.431 times as massive as the Sun and has a surface temperature of 5,855 K.

HD 88522

HD 88522 is a double or multiple star. The component stars are two white stars of similar spectral type—A1V and A2V—and luminosity.

HD 88809

HD 88809 is a star in a double star system in the constellation Antlia. The primary is an orange giant of spectral type K1III. Located around 480 light-years distant, it shines with a luminosity approximately 124 times that of the Sun and has a surface temperature of 4607 K. It has an apparent magnitude of 5.9, while the secondary star has a magnitude of 13.

HD 92589

HD 92589 is a double or multiple star in the constellation Antlia.

HD 92845

HD 92845 is a star in double system in the constellation Antlia. Located around 1228 light-years distant, it shines with a luminosity approximately 162 times that of the Sun and has a surface temperature of 8893 K.

HD 93083

HD 93083 is an 8th magnitude star located approximately 91 light years away in the southern constellation of Antlia. It is an orange dwarf (spectral class K2V), somewhat cooler and less luminous than our Sun.

HR 3830

HR 3830 is an orange giant star, type K0III, in the southern hemisphere constellation of Antlia. It is 311 light years from Earth. Its apparent magnitude is 5.68.

HR 3833

HR 3833 is a K-type giant star in the constellation of Antlia. It shines with a vis mag of 5.63 from a distance of 280 ly. HR 3833 is also known by its designations HD 83380 and HIP 47199.

NGC 2997

NGC 2997 is a face-on unbarred spiral galaxy about 25 million light-years away in the constellation Antlia. It is the brightest galaxy of the NGC 2997 group of galaxies.

NGC 2997 is particularly notable for a nucleus surrounded by a chain of hot giant clouds of ionized hydrogen. It is featured on the cover of the first edition of Galactic Dynamics by James Binney and Scott Tremaine.

NGC 3244

NGC 3244 is a spiral galaxy in the Antlia constellation discovered by John Herschel on April 22, 1835. A supernova was detected in NGC 3244 on June 27, 2010, designated SN 2010ev. With an apparent magnitude of about 14, it was the third-brightest supernova observed in 2010.

NGC 3258

NGC 3258 is an elliptical galaxy in the constellation Antlia. It is a member of the Antlia Cluster, which lies about 40.7 megaparsecs (132.7 million light-years) away.

NGC 3260

NGC 3260 is an elliptical galaxy in the constellation Antlia. It is a member of the Antlia Cluster, which lies about 40.7 megaparsecs (132.7 million light-years) away.

NGC 3271

NGC 3271 is a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation Antlia. At magnitude 11.7, it is the brightest spiral galaxy in the Antlia Cluster, which lies about 40.7 megaparsecs (132.7 million light-years) away.

NGC 3281

NGC 3281 is a large spiral galaxy without a bar in the constellation Antlia. It is a member of the Antlia Cluster, which lies about 98 million light years away.

S Antliae

S Antliae is a W Ursae Majoris-type eclipsing binary star in Antlia.

V Antliae

V Antliae (V Ant) is a star in the constellation Antlia.

Zeta Antliae

The Bayer designation Zeta Antliae (ζ Ant, ζ Antliae) is shared by two star systems in the constellation Antlia:

ζ¹ Antliae (HD 82383/82384.)

ζ² Antliae (HD 82513.)They are separated by 0.17° on the sky.

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