NGC 5930 is a starburst galaxy in the constellation Boötes that is interacting with the nearby Seyfert galaxy NGC 5929. 5930 has a morphological classification of SAB(rs)b pec, indicating that it is a weakly-barred spiral galaxy with a poorly defined nuclear ring structure. It is inclined at an angle of 46° to the line of sight from the Earth.
NGC 5930 (left) with NGC 5929 (right)
|Observation data (J2000 epoch)|
|Right ascension||15h 26m 07.987s|
|Declination||+41° 40′ 33.92″|
|Helio radial velocity||2,672 km s−1|
|Distance||133 Mly (40.8 Mpc)|
|Apparent magnitude (V)||12.2|
|Apparent size (V)||1.830′ × 0.915′|
|Notable features||NGC 2929 is a companion with NGC 5930|
|1ZW 112, 2MASX J15260798+4140339, 87GB 152418.4+415023, ARP 90, CASG 711, FIRST J152607.9+414033, H II-651, h 1925, GC 4104, CGCG 222.007, IRAS 15243+4150, KCPG 466B, KPG 466a, LEDA 55080, LGG 399-001, MCG+07-32-007, PGC 55080, UGC 9852, UZC J152607.9+414034, VV 823, Z 222-7, Z 1524.3+4151, ZW I 112.|
Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies
The Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies is a catalog of peculiar galaxies produced by Halton Arp in 1966. A total of 338 galaxies are presented in the atlas, which was originally published in 1966 by the California Institute of Technology. The primary goal of the catalog was to present photographs of examples of the different kinds of peculiar structures found among galaxies.NGC 5929
NGC 5929 is a Seyfert galaxy in the constellation Boötes. The pair of galaxies, NGC 5929 and NGC 5930, are interacting.