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#-- J/ApJS/96/39 Catalog of Southern Ringed Galaxies (Buta+, 1995)
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#---Table: J/ApJS/96/39/./notes.dat Notes to Catalogue (table4 of paper)  (801 records)
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#     Label Format Unit   Explanations
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#       RAh I2     h      Right ascension (1950)
#       RAm F4.1   min    Right ascension (1950)
#       DE- A1     ---    Declination sign (1950)
#       DEd I2     deg    Declination (1950)
#       DEm I2     arcmin Declination (1950)
#      Name A12    ---    Galaxy name
#     Field A4     ---    Field
#      Note A84    ---    Text of the note
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00 08.2 -47 21|ESO 241-23  |J241|Very fine example of (R'2), one of the largest; (rs) is excellent, & bar is
00 08.2 -47 21|ESO 241-23  |J241|also clear on R241; small companion (low surface brightness) at 1.91'
00 08.4 -35 29|ESO 349-37  |J349|Very fine example of R1R2; (R2) is an excellent closed oval, while
00 08.4 -35 29|ESO 349-37  |J349|(R1) is weaker & clear on only one side; bar is a weak oval lens
00 08.9 -57 14|NGC 37      |J149|(L) is very good in this object; bar is clear & is mostly an oval;
00 08.9 -57 14|NGC 37      |J149|small companion at 0.55'; others also close in group = ESO 149-22
00 12.3 -60 36|NGC 53      |J111|Very fine example; (r) is one of the best; (R') is made of two arms which
00 12.3 -60 36|NGC 53      |J111|break from (r) at bar minor axis; winding of arms is neither (R'1) nor
00 12.3 -60 36|NGC 53      |J111|(R'2); small companions at 1.06' & at 2.85'; bar is excellent
00 12.8 -57 31|ESO 111-22  |J111|Very fine example of SA(r); SA type suggested by R111; (R) is patchy & is very
00 12.8 -57 31|ESO 111-22  |J111|good; small companion at 3.58'
00 15.6 -34 09|ESO 350-7   |J350|Excellent (R) system; bar is good & (rl) is weak; (R) is very good & as bright as
00 15.6 -34 09|ESO 350-7   |J350|that in N1291; includes weak spiral arcs
00 24.7 -41 16|ESO 294-16  |J294|Excellent example of (R'2), one of the best; trace of (R1) part also
00 24.7 -41 16|ESO 294-16  |J294|visible; bar has spiral arcs; small companion at 2.18' (see Figure 25)
00 27.3 -51 48|ESO 194-21  |J194|Very good early-type; (rl) is weak but clear; bar excellent & underfills (rl)
00 27.3 -51 48|ESO 194-21  |J194|(bar diameter = 0.40')
00 31.7 -21 43|ESO 540-1   |J539|Fine spiral has an excellent (R'1); bar is an ansae-type with especially bright
00 31.7 -21 43|ESO 540-1   |J539|ansae; (rl) is clear; in a small group with 4 companions
00 32.1 -43 56|ESO 242-14  |J242|(R) & (l) are excellent; bar is weak & seen only on R242; bar has ansae
00 32.1 -43 56|ESO 242-14  |J242|character; small companion (edge-on) at 0.84'
00 32.8 -37 50|ESO 294-23  |J294|Fine example; (R1) is clearly dimpled; (r) & bar are both excellent; only 1 clear
00 32.8 -37 50|ESO 294-23  |J294|arm; small companions at 5.32' & at 6.56'
00 35.3 -34 00|ESO 350-40  |J350|Cartwheel ring galaxy; two ring features noted & measured
00 38.6 -63 43|ESO 79-5    |J079|Suspected this is a polar ring case; bar overextends a strange ring
00 39.6 -48 11|ESO 194-28  |J194|Very good & looks like a case of bar, inner ring misalignment; (R') is
00 39.6 -48 11|ESO 194-28  |J194|an (R'2) with respect to the bar ends & is very good; small companion at 2.05'
00 40.8 -56 53|CSRG 78     |J150|Excellent case of (R1); no (r) or (l); bar excellent also
00 41.1 -50 28|NGC 238     |J195|Both rings are excellent but galaxy looks tidally perturbed; (R) is beautiful
00 41.1 -50 28|NGC 238     |J195|rounded oval L, is atypical; small companion superposed at 0.44';
00 41.1 -50 28|NGC 238     |J195|possibly up to 6 arms
00 42.3 -76 52|ESO 29-7    |J028|Probably (R') is an (R'2); beautiful case of highly elongated (r) in rounder disk
00 45.0 -31 42|NGC 254     |J411|(R) is excellent; (rl) is very bright on ESO-B, & there is no obvious bar;
00 45.0 -31 42|NGC 254     |J411|appears to be a genuine & fine SA ringed galaxy
00 50.3 -31 29|NGC 289     |J411|Fine multiarmed spiral similar to NGC 3261, 6902, & many others; (rs) is very
00 50.3 -31 29|NGC 289     |J411|small compared to the extent of the outer arms; it is seen with the
00 50.3 -31 29|NGC 289     |J411|bar on ESO-B; secondary pseudoring is formed with dimensions 1.40'x1.11'
00 53.9 -53 06|ESO 151-5   |J195|(R1L) very good & slightly dimpled; 2 very faint arms break from major axis
00 53.9 -53 06|ESO 151-5   |J195|of this feature; on one side (R'2) formed; probably R1R'2 case; large E at 3.02'
00 54.7 -44 07|NGC 319     |J243|Excellent example of (R'2), one of the best; overexposed oval in center needs to
00 54.7 -44 07|NGC 319     |J243|be checked on R243; NGC 322 at 7.03'
00 59.6 -52 08|ESO 195-24  |J195|Excellent example with very good (R'); bulge very large; high surface brightness
01 02.0 -40 25|ESO 295-31  |J296|Very good case with two excellent pseudorings; small companion (low surface
01 05.2 -40 06|CSRG 106    |J296|brightness) at 1.42' (R'2) is very good in spite of small size;
01 05.2 -40 06|CSRG 106    |J296|no significant close companions
01 05.5 -61 36|ESO 113-12  |J113|Probably an early (R'2) case; (R) & bar are both excellent; suspect weak spiral
01 05.5 -61 36|ESO 113-12  |J113|arcs off of bar ends; CSRG 104 at 5.99'
01 06.7 -37 33|ESO 296-2   |J296|Excellent case of (R'1); feature is very faint (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B);
01 06.7 -37 33|ESO 296-2   |J296|(r) is very bright & very elongated even though (R'1) is nearly circular;
01 06.7 -37 33|ESO 296-2   |J296|very small companions at 1.74' & at 2.05'
01 09.8 -32 30|ESO 352-18  |J412|Very fine example; has a very bright circular (r) center on a round bulge; there
01 09.8 -32 30|ESO 352-18  |J412|are two larger secondary pseudorings with dimensions 0.77'x0.74' & 1.29'x1.29'
01 10.1 -17 44|ESO 541-25  |J541|Excellent example of (R'2); bar is clear, & there is a very slight trace of an
01 10.1 -17 44|ESO 541-25  |J541|(l); bar is clear; no trace of (R1) component
01 12.7 -32 30|ESO 352-28  |J412|(rl) & bar are very good-I (R) is made of weak spiral segments; it is atypical
01 13.8 -50 27|ESO 195-35  |J196|Very fine case; (R1) is excellent & weakly dimpled; bar & (l) are also excellent;
01 13.8 -50 27|ESO 195-35  |J196|small companion at 3.07'
01 17.4 -52 03|ESO 196-3   |J195|Excellent example of (R'2); excellent bar has faint surrounding (l);
01 17.4 -52 03|ESO 196-3   |J195|small edge-on companion at 4.45'
01 18.4 -53 23|CSRG 126    |J151|Fine example of (R'1) with clear dimpling; bar is an excellent ansae-type;
01 18.4 -53 23|CSRG 126    |J151|comparable comparison at 1.07'
01 26.5 -68 06|CSRG 138    |J071|Excellent example of its type; (r) is very bright & much rounder than the
01 26.5 -68 06|CSRG 138    |J071|excellent (R); small companion at 1.29'
01 32.6 -36 45|NGC 619     |J353|Very interesting case; (rs) is excellent is made of two arms emerging from
01 32.6 -36 45|NGC 619     |J353|the center region; (R') is excellent is a clear (R'1) with respect to the
01 32.6 -36 45|NGC 619     |J353|pointy ends of the (rs); on CCD images, this object is a striking case of
01 32.6 -36 45|NGC 619     |J353|intrinsic bar, inner ring misalignment (see Figure 32)
01 32.7 -62 04|ESO 113-53  |J080|Strong dimpling in (R'1); a very small but good case
01 34.0 -40 41|CSRG 144    |J297|Both rings are excellent; (r) is very bright, & (R) is a clear dimpled (R1); bar
01 34.0 -40 41|CSRG 144    |J297|very weak even on R297; small companion at 0.63'
01 34.8 -85 26|ESO 3-1     |J002|Excellent, possibly dimpled case; no companions (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B)
01 36.8 -47 05|ESO 244-44  |J196|Very fine example of (R'2), one of the clearest cases in the catalog; bar is
01 36.8 -47 05|ESO 244-44  |J196|excellent; numerous small companions, nearest at 1.16'
01 39.5 -46 28|ESO 245-1   |J244|Very fine example of R1R'2 morphology; both ring features are clear,
01 39.5 -46 28|ESO 245-1   |J244|but the (R'2) is most prominent; trace of dimpling in (R1); no close companions;
01 39.5 -46 28|ESO 245-1   |J244|image on J244 much better than that on J245 (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B,
01 39.5 -46 28|ESO 245-1   |J244|and Figure 25)
01 42.7 -38 34|CSRG 159    |J297|Though faint, this galaxy has a very good dimpled (R'1); (rs) is a weak
01 42.7 -38 34|CSRG 159    |J297|but clear feature; small companion at 0.53'
01 43.1 -42 08|ESO 297-27  |J297|Object has a possible leading arm; there is one winding arm in inner parts,
01 43.1 -42 08|ESO 297-27  |J297|then two very faint outer arms winding in opposed sense; comparable companions
01 43.1 -42 08|ESO 297-27  |J297|at 2.35' & at 2.57'
01 46.7 -48 54|NGC 692     |J197|Very fine (rs); beautiful multiarmed spiral; bar is oval which is overexposed on
01 46.7 -48 54|NGC 692     |J197|both J197 & R197
01 47.7 -56 18|ESO 152-26  |J152|Excellent example of R1R'2; both features are clear, & the (R1) part is
01 47.7 -56 18|ESO 152-26  |J152|clearly dimpled; (r) is very bright, but bar is weak on R152;
01 47.7 -56 18|ESO 152-26  |J152|small companion (CSRG 166) at 5.55'
01 52.1 -38 02|ESO 297-32  |J297|Very good example of (R'2); bar is excellent, & there are two extra short arms
01 52.1 -38 02|ESO 297-32  |J297|breaking off of it, not symmetrically placed; small companion at 6.38'
01 55.0 -40 30|CSRG 176    |J297|Small, but the (R'1) is excellent & is clearly dimpled; bar very good also;
01 55.0 -40 30|CSRG 176    |J297|comparable comparison at 6.89'
01 56.3 -61 27|ESO 114-16  |J114|Very interesting case of well-definite bar & (r) & multiarmed outer spiral
01 56.3 -61 27|ESO 114-16  |J114|pattern; some slight asymmetric in that core is not center in (r) & disk is
01 56.3 -61 27|ESO 114-16  |J114|off-center also; no. of small companions, nearest at 9.80'
01 58.2 -68 02|ESO 52-14   |J071|(R'2) is weak on closing but is still good; bar is excellent & has ansae
01 58.2 -68 02|ESO 52-14   |J071|character; two arms mainly plus a small third arm off bar minor axis;
01 58.2 -68 02|ESO 52-14   |J071|comparable comparison at 5.29'
02 00.6 -43 02|ESO 245-12  |J245|Very good (R'1) case; feature is weak near closing points, but a clear
02 00.6 -43 02|ESO 245-12  |J245|dimpled shape is visible; suspect unusual & asymmetric outer structure;
02 00.6 -43 02|ESO 245-12  |J245|small companion at 3.87'
02 04.3 -55 26|ESO 153-20  |J153|One of best cases of (R'1); galaxy shows m=4 morphology & (rs) is affected by
02 04.3 -55 26|ESO 153-20  |J153|it (see Figure 23); in small group but quite symmetry
02 04.8 -36 41|NGC 824     |J354|(rs) & bar are very good; bar is confused on one side by a foreground star;
02 04.8 -36 41|NGC 824     |J354|multiple outer arms (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B)
02 05.1 -57 10|ESO 153-23  |J153|Good case; comparable comparison at 3.47'
02 07.6 -41 07|ESO 298-13  |J298|Is this a perfectly edge-on (R) system?
02 27.5 -43 18|IC 1810     |J246|Very interesting case; tight m=4 pattern & two arms form (rs); short bar suspect
02 27.5 -43 18|IC 1810     |J246|on R246; partial (R) present; small companion at 2.35', in group
02 27.5 -48 43|ESO 198-13  |J198|(R) is extremely faint; (r) is doubled with a secondary (rs) having dimensions
02 27.5 -48 43|ESO 198-13  |J198|1.23'x0.76'; nuclear ring noted by Buta (1986ApJS...61..609B);
02 27.5 -48 43|ESO 198-13  |J198|ESO 198-14 at 8.94'
02 29.8 -44 45|NGC 979     |J246|Very interesting; bar is perfect ansae-type; (l) is very good, but (R) has a
02 29.8 -44 45|NGC 979     |J246|very shallow luminosity profile; it is very diffuse and fades slowly; small
02 29.8 -44 45|NGC 979     |J246|companion at 3.18', comparable companions at 9.06' & at 10.5'
02 31.6 -39 16|NGC 986     |J298|(R'1) is mostly good, but does not close on one side; object is a
02 31.6 -39 16|NGC 986     |J298|possible case of intrinsically bar, inner ring misaligment; N0986A at 18.22'
02 41.6 -29 13|NGC 1079    |J416|Largest example of R1R'2 in catalog; bright ansae-type bar visible on ESO-B;
02 41.6 -29 13|NGC 1079    |J416|weak (rs) or (r'l); (R'1) is almost a lens with dimps.; (R'2) is made
02 41.6 -29 13|NGC 1079    |J416|from two very weak arms breaking from the (R1); one arm breaks from
02 41.6 -29 13|NGC 1079    |J416|near a dimp.; (R1) is well inside (R'2)(see Figure 26)
02 42.5 -52 03|ESO 198-28  |J199|Very good case of (R'1), which looks more closed on J198; bar has ansae character
02 42.5 -52 03|ESO 198-28  |J199|on R198
02 43.7 -55 57|ESO 154-10  |J154|Excellent case of (R'1); bar is excellent ansae type; perfect symmetry;
02 43.7 -55 57|ESO 154-10  |J154|clear dimps. (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B)
02 45.1 -22 29|ESO 546-20  |J479|(R'2) is excellent in this very small object; (r) is also very good & is small
02 45.1 -22 29|ESO 546-20  |J479|compared to the (R'2)
02 48.4 -31 36|ESO 416-35  |J416|Very good & interesting; both rings are well-defined; (rs) is much rounder than
02 48.4 -31 36|ESO 416-35  |J416|the (R), as in N7187; suspect a third ring in nuclear,
02 48.4 -31 36|ESO 416-35  |J416|with dimensions 0.37'x0.23'
02 55.8 -36 55|ESO 356-22  |J300|Very fine example of the multiarmed, ringed barred spiral type; (r) is a
02 55.8 -36 55|ESO 356-22  |J300|tilted rectangular & is very bright; small companion at 4.36'
02 55.8 -36 55|ESO 356-22  |J300|(see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B)
02 55.9 -39 18|CSRG 225    |J300|Small & faint, but has a clear dimpled (R1) & a strong bar; no (r) or (l);
02 55.9 -39 18|CSRG 225    |J300|two small companions close together at 7.32'
03 00.7 -42 32|ESO 247-14  |J247|Object looks like m=3 barred spiral with out-of-plane ring around
03 00.7 -42 32|ESO 247-14  |J247|the bar; related to polar ring galaxies?; very peculiar
03 01.3 -58 03|ESO 116-5   |J116|Both rings are very good; (R) is a completely detached example
03 02.2 -52 18|IC 1878     |J302|Promising case of intrinsic bar, inner ring misalignment; (R') does not
03 02.2 -52 18|IC 1878     |J302|close well on one side; bar is an excellent ansae-type;
03 02.2 -52 18|IC 1878     |J302|several comparable companions
03 13.7 -37 19|CSRG 252    |J300|Small but the (R'1) is very fine with excellent dimpling on one side; feature
03 13.7 -37 19|CSRG 252    |J300|is weak at closing point on other side; bar very clear; in a close pair
03 13.7 -37 19|CSRG 252    |J300|with a comparable comparison at 0.51'; not obviously interacting
03 15.5 -41 17|NGC 1291    |J300|Very fine (R) galaxy as is well known (see de Vaucouleurs, 1975ApJS...29..193D);
03 15.5 -41 17|NGC 1291    |J300|outer structure could be R1R'2, but the (R'2) part is almost a detached
03 15.5 -41 17|NGC 1291    |J300|circular; structure resembles that in N7098 (see Figure 35)
03 17.4 -19 36|NGC 1300    |J547|Although excellent as a prototype SB galaxy, this object has atypical outer
03 17.4 -19 36|NGC 1300    |J547|spiral structure; there is an (R') which is neither (R'1) nor (R'2); suspected
03 17.4 -19 36|NGC 1300    |J547|it is a case of intrinsic bar, outer pseudoring misalignment;
03 17.4 -19 36|NGC 1300    |J547|N1297 is nearby companion
03 17.7 -26 14|NGC 1302    |J481|Beautiful 3 ring system with a weak bar intermediate to the (rl), which is the
03 17.7 -26 14|NGC 1302    |J481|smallest feature, (R') is very good; intermediate ring is very clear & irregularly
03 17.7 -26 14|NGC 1302    |J481|round (dimensions 2.08'x2.00')
03 18.2 -51 14|ESO 200-4   |J199|Very good case of (R'1), in spite of proximity to two companions at 0.69' and
03 18.2 -51 14|ESO 200-4   |J199|at 1.11'; bar is ansae-type
03 20.2 -51 50|ESO 200-9   |J200|(R) is excellent; small companion attended at 0.35', but (R) reasonable symmetry;
03 20.2 -51 50|ESO 200-9   |J200|trace of arm one side of bar
03 20.8 -37 17|NGC 1317    |J300|Very interesting case; (rl) is excellent, & bar is beautiful cigar type;
03 20.8 -37 17|NGC 1317    |J300|(R') is very, very faint & hard to measured; N1316 south at 6.26'
03 22.0 -36 38|NGC 1326    |B357|Both ring features are excellent; (R1) is dimpled (see Buta and Crocker
03 22.0 -36 38|NGC 1326    |B357|1991AJ....102.1715B); bar has ansae character; two very very faint arms break
03 22.0 -36 38|NGC 1326    |B357|from the (R1), which is patchy in places
03 29.2 -33 48|NGC 1350    |J358|Excellent, large example of (R'1) (see Sandage & Bedke, 1988, Atlas of Galaxies
03 29.2 -33 48|NGC 1350    |J358|Useful for the Cosmological Distance Scale (NASA SP-496)); (r) is very bright
03 29.2 -33 48|NGC 1350    |J358|patchy oval; bar has ansae character & is not strong;
03 29.2 -33 48|NGC 1350    |J358|much dust in bar region on B35.8
03 32.9 -25 06|NGC 1371    |J482|Object has three clear ring-like zones; bar lies inside the (r'l) & is very
03 32.9 -25 06|NGC 1371    |J482|diffuse; secondary large ring has dimensions 3.02'x1.96'; (R') made of arms
03 32.9 -25 06|NGC 1371    |J482|breaking from this region; suspect more faint structure beyond (R')
03 33.4 -32 46|ESO 358-22  |J358|Fine early-type system has two clear lenses, but interpreted as (L) & (l)
03 33.4 -32 46|ESO 358-22  |J358|are uncertain
03 34.9 -36 25|NGC 1369    |J358|Unusual case; (rs) is excellent; suspect this is a case of intrinsic bar, inner
03 34.9 -36 25|NGC 1369    |J358|ring misalignment; outer disk has lens character & is much rounder than the (rs)
03 36.8 -26 30|NGC 1398    |J482|(rs) is an excellent example of the broken spiral type; outer arms exhibit
03 36.8 -26 30|NGC 1398    |J482|R1R'2 character; the (R1) is more a lens & is quite clear; (R'2)
03 36.8 -26 30|NGC 1398    |J482|is also mostly good but does not close well on one side; there are
03 36.8 -26 30|NGC 1398    |J482|short spurs breaking from this feature & also much outside structure
03 40.5 -47 23|NGC 1433    |J200|Premier example of a ringed galaxy (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..631B);
03 40.5 -47 23|NGC 1433    |J200|very small companion at 6.76'
03 41.7 -36 01|NGC 1437    |J358|Object has a very bright patchy ring that morphologically is an (R'2); however,
03 41.7 -36 01|NGC 1437    |J358|feature has unusual high surface brightness & is imbedded in a beautiful extended
03 42.8 -18 25|NGC 1440    |J548|disk (L) is excellent, one of the best in the catalog; (rs) is made from two very
03 42.8 -18 25|NGC 1440    |J548|weak spiral features breaking from the bar ends
03 43.1 -18 47|NGC 1452    |J548|Bar is excellent, & (r) is clear but weak in some parts; (r) shows a subtle
03 43.1 -18 47|NGC 1452    |J548|doubling effect; beyond the (r), two spiral arms nearly form an (R'); feature
03 43.1 -18 47|NGC 1452    |J548|looks like an ellipse with the ends missing; one arm breaks from (r) at
03 43.1 -18 47|NGC 1452    |J548|bar minor axis
03 45.2 -33 52|IC 1993     |J358|Very interesting; (R') is excellent & very patchy (see Buta and Crocker,
03 45.2 -33 52|IC 1993     |J358|1991AJ....102.1715B); it is also nearly circular; object looks like a planetary
03 45.2 -33 52|IC 1993     |J358|nebula on J358; resembles N1437 on the same chart
03 56.9 -59 40|CSRG 305    |J117|Very fine case; (R1) part is clearly dimpled
04 02.2 -81 12|ESO 15-5    |J014|Both pseudorings excellent; comparable companions at 3.13' & at 4.47'
04 02.3 -43 29|NGC 1512    |J250|(rs) & bar are excellent; extended faint outer structure; definite signs of
04 02.3 -43 29|NGC 1512    |J250|interactivity; small companion (N1510) at 5.03' (see Lindblad and Jorsater,
04 02.3 -43 29|NGC 1512    |J250|1981A&A....97...56L; Buta, 1988ApJS...66..233B)
04 02.6 -54 15|NGC 1515A   |J156|Very good m=4 case (like ESO 566-24); big spiral (NGC 1515) at 1.90'
04 02.9 -48 05|ESO 201-17  |J201|Excellent case of (R1), which is not dimpled but which is enhanced near ends
04 02.9 -48 05|ESO 201-17  |J201|of (rs); latter is overexposed on J201 & no bar is visible on R201; weak arms
04 02.9 -48 05|ESO 201-17  |J201|break from (R1); ESO 201-18 at 2.24'
04 02.9 -48 05|ESO 201-17  |J250|very fine & interesting case; a genuine SA-type with two pseudorings; SA type
04 02.9 -48 05|ESO 201-17  |J250|definite on R201; (r) is overexposed on J; ESO 201-18 (type SA(s)d) at 2.24'
04 08.2 -39 49|IC 2036     |J302|An excellent, very high surface brightness example of (R'2), one of the best in the
04 08.2 -39 49|IC 2036     |J302|catalogue; bar region still overexposed on R303; small companion at 6.86'
04 08.2 -39 49|IC 2036     |J302|(see Figure 25)
04 08.8 -56 15|NGC 1533    |J156|Excellent example; bar not ansae type on R156
04 11.7 -57 52|NGC 1543    |J118|the (R) is excellent, one of the largest & best; bar is excellent, but the (l) is
04 11.7 -57 52|NGC 1543    |J118|a weak feature; comparable comparison (N1574) at 87.65' (see Figure 30)
04 12.2 -38 13|ESO 303-5   |J303|Object in a small group has a colossal envelope; really spectacular given how
04 12.2 -38 13|ESO 303-5   |J303|small the group is very bright & this is a fine example of the type;
04 12.2 -38 13|ESO 303-5   |J303|R303 suggested SA
04 12.6 -37 53|CSRG 335    |J303|type, but object is still slightly overexposed there; small companion at 2.73'
04 12.8 -64 47|ESO 84-8    |J084|Very good example of (R'2); (rs) is subtle, but the (R'2) is clear;
04 12.8 -64 47|ESO 84-8    |J084|very small companion at 0.55'
04 17.9 -39 17|ESO 303-11  |J303|Ring galaxy, RK type, a very fine example; several small companions,
04 17.9 -39 17|ESO 303-11  |J303|nearest at 1.38'
04 27.2 -62 42|ESO 84-18   |J084|Very fine type example; small companion at 1.86'
04 29.7 -58 34|ESO 118-28  |J118|Fine example of (R'2); bar is excellent with ansae character; (R'2) a little
04 29.7 -58 34|ESO 118-28  |J118|weak at the closing points on both sides; small companion at 1.27'
04 31.3 -33 26|ESO 360-15  |J360|Excellent example of (R'1) (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B); bar has
04 31.3 -33 26|ESO 360-15  |J360|ansae character; (rs) is weak & may not be complete
04 32.0 -62 58|CSRG 367    |J084|Very interesting object; core is small & round, while (R) is large, thin, &
04 32.0 -62 58|CSRG 367    |J084|faint; (R) is excellent; many smaller galaxies surrounding, nearest at 4.56'
04 34.1 -54 18|ESO 157-42  |J157|Peculiar; big (rs) is underfilled by stubby bar; excessively faint (R')
04 36.0 -65 15|ESO 84-26   |J084|Highly inclined object with a hexagonal (r) as in N7020; no (R), however, just a
04 36.0 -65 15|ESO 84-26   |J084|faint outer disk; core still overexposed on R084; comparable comparison at 12.62'
04 39.2 -37 40|ESO 304-11  |J304|Very fine (R'2) in this small object
04 40.1 -20 32|NGC 1640    |J551|(r) & bar are both excellent; this is a very fine case of an SB(r) spiral with an
04 40.1 -20 32|NGC 1640    |J551|extensive multiarmed, outer spiral pattern; (r) is slightly lemon-shaped
04 40.1 -20 32|NGC 1640    |J551|(see Fig. 34)
04 44.9 -59 20|NGC 1672    |J119|Very fine (rl) in this late-type object; though it has 4 arms, pattern
04 44.9 -59 20|NGC 1672    |J119|differs from ESO 566-24; a rough (R'1) is formed by two of the arms;
04 44.9 -59 20|NGC 1672    |J119|both sets of arms break from the oval ends; small companion at 38.91'
04 45.4 -57 26|ESO 158-3   |J119|Fine example of the type; (rs) is weak but measurable; beautiful m=1 spiral;
04 45.4 -57 26|ESO 158-3   |J119|ESO 119-8 at 28.62'; others smaller are closer but probably background
04 48.1 -57 45|ESO 119-8   |J119|Very interesting object; excellent (R) is completely detached from an inner
04 48.1 -57 45|ESO 119-8   |J119|spiral; small companion at 4.25'
04 48.3 -42 02|ESO 304-24  |J251|Both rings are good though the (R') does not quite close; bar is very good
04 48.3 -42 02|ESO 304-24  |J251|ansae-type on R304, & looks like a possible case of intrinsic bar-ring
04 48.3 -42 02|ESO 304-24  |J251|misalignment; small companion (edge-on) at 2.52'; comparable comparison at 7.57'
04 48.5 -54 00|ESO 158-7   |J158|Strange object with a strong m=1 pattern; (r) is fairly good, & an excellent bar
04 48.5 -54 00|ESO 158-7   |J158|greatly underfills it (bar diameter = 0.21'); small companion at 3.52'
04 55.1 -60 17|ESO 119-21  |J119|Very fine example resembling N2983; bar is excellent arch ansae-type with
04 55.1 -60 17|ESO 119-21  |J119|straight ears as in N7098; (R) is thin & region; clear case of (s)-variety;
04 55.1 -60 17|ESO 119-21  |J119|comparable comparison (ESO 119-8) at 30.97'
04 57.9 -62 06|NGC 1765    |J119|Very fine SO with excellent (l) & bar; beyond (l) there is a faint disk;
04 57.9 -62 06|NGC 1765    |J119|small companion at 4.02'
05 00.7 -48 43|ESO 203-16  |J203|(R) is excellent; bar & (l) also very good
05 05.2 -55 41|ESO 158-18  |J158|Appears to be a very good m=1 spiral where the one arm winds into an (R');
05 05.2 -55 41|ESO 158-18  |J158|small companion at 4.64'
05 06.0 -37 35|NGC 1808    |J305|(R1) is excellent; no bar or (r), just a dusty oval lens that must be the bar
05 06.0 -37 35|NGC 1808    |J305|of the system; there is dust in the (R1) where it breaks from the (l)
05 06.0 -37 35|NGC 1808    |J305|(see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B)
05 08.9 -31 40|ESO 422-41  |J423|Fine late-type system has a clear, weak (r); bar is good, but is slightly
05 08.9 -31 40|ESO 422-41  |J423|miscenter within the (r); disk has patchy & weak spiral features & is slightly
05 08.9 -31 40|ESO 422-41  |J423|distorded
05 14.1 -61 32|ESO 119-48  |J119|There is a very faint, partial (R) or (R') in this galaxy that is enormous
05 14.1 -61 32|ESO 119-48  |J119|compared to the (l); comparable companions at 4.75' & at 9.12'
05 16.1 -54 07|ESO 159-4   |J159|Excellent case of (r) much rounder than (R), like N7187; bar is ansae type on
05 16.1 -54 07|ESO 159-4   |J159|R159; small companion at 0.84', nearly contact, but (R) is symmetry
05 19.1 -61 47|ESO 119-53  |J119|All features are very good; bar is excellent ansae-type; two very faint arms
05 19.1 -61 47|ESO 119-53  |J119|break from (R1); comparable comparison (ESO 119-52) at 5.25'
05 19.8 -61 19|ESO 119-54  |J120|(r) & bar are excellent; outer ring is very diffuse & is mostly an (RL);
05 19.8 -61 19|ESO 119-54  |J120|comparable companions at 2.19', at 1.17', & at 1.34' almost overlap,
05 19.8 -61 19|ESO 119-54  |J120|but object still looks normal
05 32.0 -48 44|NGC 1998    |J204|(R) is excellent; (r) is overexposed on J204 but measured on R204;
05 32.0 -48 44|NGC 1998    |J204|resembles N7702
05 33.5 -48 40|CSRG 436    |J204|both ring features are excellent; (R') is tight spiral pattern; cannot rule out
05 33.5 -48 40|CSRG 436    |J204|a weak bar; small companion at 1.90'
05 43.5 -32 55|ESO 363-21  |J363|Excellent example of (R'2); bar is good, & there is no (r) or (l)
05 47.7 -33 05|ESO 363-31  |J364|Object with two orthogonal oval rings; inner feature is clear, but outer feature
05 47.7 -33 05|ESO 363-31  |J364|is very faint & only a suspicion; rings are much larger than any other galaxy in
05 47.7 -33 05|ESO 363-31  |J364|a small association cluster; SA type seems secure very fine example of an m=3
05 54.6 -34 06|ESO 364-17  |J364|spiral, one of the best in the catalog; (r) is very good also & was seen on B364
05 56.4 -45 52|ESO 254-6   |J254|Both rings are excellent; (R1) is clearly dimpled; bar also excellent;
05 56.4 -45 52|ESO 254-6   |J254|small companion (edge-on) at 3.72'
06 04.6 -49 02|ESO 205-19  |J205|Excellent example of R1R'2; both features are clear; bar region is overexposed on
06 04.6 -49 02|ESO 205-19  |J205|J, but R205 reveals an ansae-type bar enveloped by a lens
06 05.2 -43 43|ESO 254-16  |J254|Fine case that resembles ESO 509-98 (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B);
06 05.2 -43 43|ESO 254-16  |J254|small companion at 0.78'
06 11.5 -59 29|ESO 121-11  |J121|Both rings are very good, especially the (r) which is very bright as in N7702;
06 11.5 -59 29|ESO 121-11  |J121|(R') is a clear (R'1) with respect to the oval (r) & is dimpled on one side;
06 11.5 -59 29|ESO 121-11  |J121|no comparable companions.
06 19.7 -27 13|NGC 2217    |J425|Beautiful object has an excellent bar, (rs) of the wrapped arm type, & a very
06 19.7 -27 13|NGC 2217    |J425|bright (R) possible of the (R1) type; weak structure beyond the (R) is reminiscent
06 19.7 -27 13|NGC 2217    |J425|of N1291 & may be an (R) (dimensions 4.02'x4.02').
06 20.3 -51 01|CSRG 494    |J206|Very good example of (R'), small but clear, small companions at 0.59' & at 1.73'
06 21.0 -59 43|ESO 121-26  |J121|Very fine example of its type; outer arms are very extensive compared to (rs);
06 21.0 -59 43|ESO 121-26  |J121|no comparable companions.
06 21.9 -32 11|ESO 426-2   |J365|Excellent example resembling N1291 & N4573; bar, (r) & (R1) are all excellent;
06 21.9 -32 11|ESO 426-2   |J365|two weak arms break from the (R1) & form a faint (R'2) (see Buta and Crocker,
06 21.9 -32 11|ESO 426-2   |J365|1991AJ....102.1715B).
06 27.2 -26 28|ESO 490-6   |J490|Fine example of SA(r), one of the best in the catalog; (r) is a perfect
06 27.2 -26 28|ESO 490-6   |J490|elliptical feature, from which weak & short arms emerge;
06 27.2 -26 28|ESO 490-6   |J490|suspect object is obscured.
06 28.6 -63 28|ESO 87-22   |J087|(R) is excellent & completely detached from the clear bar; no (r) or (l);
06 28.6 -63 28|ESO 87-22   |J087|could be an (R2) case; no close companions.
06 35.0 -35 02|ESO 365-35  |J365|Excellent example of R1R'2; a weak bar is surrounding by a clear (l); outside
06 35.0 -35 02|ESO 365-35  |J365|this region, two outer arms form an excellent (R'2) (see Buta and Crocker
06 35.0 -35 02|ESO 365-35  |J365|1991AJ....102.1715B); (R1) component is much weaker but clear on one side.
06 36.3 -55 19|ESO 161-19  |J161|(r) & bar are excellent in this beautiful spiral; arms form an open (R');
06 36.3 -55 19|ESO 161-19  |J161|small companion at 0.64'; others more distant.
06 40.2 -51 22|ESO 206-19  |J206|(R'2) is very good, but core region is overexposed; R206 suggested oval in
06 40.2 -51 22|ESO 206-19  |J206|center, but angle hard to measure.
06 40.6 -60 07|CSRG 513    |J121|Excellent example of the type; (r) is very bright & R122 confirms SA type; two
06 40.6 -60 07|CSRG 513    |J121|faint arms break from (r); companion galaxy pair at 6.60'.
06 43.7 -46 24|ESO 255-18  |J256|Definitely a possibly ring galaxy with two clear, off-center rings;
06 43.7 -46 24|ESO 255-18  |J256|small companion at 0.59'.
06 44.4 -74 11|ESO 34-11   |J034|Vela ring galaxy; 3 companions.
06 48.6 -64 17|NGC 2307    |J087|Excellent case of SB(r) with multiarmed outer spiral pattern; perfect example of
06 48.6 -64 17|NGC 2307    |J087|(rs) with minor axis breaks; N2305 at 4.04' (see Figure 34).
06 53.8 -63 34|ESO 87-51   |J087|very good; both rings are excellent even on R087; (r) is enhanced near major
06 53.8 -63 34|ESO 87-51   |J087|axis, but no clear bar is evident.
07 19.5 -62 58|NGC 2381    |J123|Slightly asymmetric but a fine case of R1R'2; bar is weak ansae-type seen only
07 19.5 -62 58|NGC 2381    |J123|on R088; (l) is very good; (R1) is weak but clearly dimpled; (R'2) is
07 19.5 -62 58|NGC 2381    |J123|large & asymmetry; N2369A at 11.52'; small companion (diffuse) at 4.57'.
07 27.7 -53 10|CSRG 541    |J163|Both bar & (R'2) are excellent; resembles ESO 567-56; no significant companions.
07 54.6 -52 10|NGC 2502    |J208|Large SB(rs)0+, obscured?; or peculiar S0?
08 04.0 -48 42|ESO 209-16  |J208|excellent example of (R'2); bar very good also.
08 16.6 -25 20|NGC 2566    |J495|Promising case of intrinsic bar, inner ring misalignment; (r) is excellent
08 16.6 -25 20|NGC 2566    |J495|& of wrapped arm type; feature is lightly patchy as in N1433; outer arms
08 16.6 -25 20|NGC 2566    |J495|are very faint & form a partial (R'), possible of the (R'1) type; bar shows
08 16.6 -25 20|NGC 2566    |J495|leading dust lanes; core round & nearly stellar on ESO-B.
08 30.6 -59 37|ESO 124-18  |J125|Very unusual; probably bar, inner ring misalignment case; (rs) is very weak & bar
08 30.6 -59 37|ESO 124-18  |J125|significant underfills (bar diameter = 0.34'); comparable comparison at 1.81'
08 39.5 -61 01|CSRG 559    |J125|(R) is excellent (R1) with weak dimpling on one side; bar may be highly
08 39.5 -61 01|CSRG 559    |J125|foreshortened; weak (l) is present; very small companions at 1.41' & at 1.79';
08 39.5 -61 01|CSRG 559    |J125|large companion at 12.13'.
08 43.8 -19 07|NGC 2665    |J563|The (R'1) is an excellent example, one of the best & largest in the catalog;
08 43.8 -19 07|NGC 2665    |J563|figure eight shape with dimps. is striking; (r) is weak & patchy, but
08 43.8 -19 07|NGC 2665    |J563|bar is excellent (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
08 59.4 -24 36|ESO 497-3   |J496|(R1) is very good; bar clear, & there is no (r) or (l); (R1) shows
08 59.4 -24 36|ESO 497-3   |J496|subtle dimps.; serious misalignment between the bar & (R1) is possible;
08 59.4 -24 36|ESO 497-3   |J496|on J497, ring is more patchy & there is a faint wisp off one side.
09 12.3 -60 35|ESO 126-2   |J126|Very fine circular (R') in a barred galaxy; form looks most like (R'2);
09 12.3 -60 35|ESO 126-2   |J126|no (r) visible in bar region on R126.
09 24.9 -19 19|ESO 565-6   |J565|Both (R1) & bar are excellent; (R1) is dimpled clearly on one side but not
09 24.9 -19 19|ESO 565-6   |J565|on the other; it is half ring, half pseudoring.
09 26.2 -24 09|ESO 498-10  |J498|Excellent example of (R'2), even though it is rather small; bar clear,
09 26.2 -24 09|ESO 498-10  |J498|there is no (r) or (l); very small companion at 0.84'.
09 27.0 -20 10|ESO 565-11  |J565|One of the most interesting CSRG galaxies (see Buta and Crocker,
09 27.0 -20 10|ESO 565-11  |J565|1991AJ....102.1715B); (nuclear ring) is overexposed on J, but can be just made
09 27.0 -20 10|ESO 565-11  |J565|diffuse arms; bar has ansae character; (rs) is pointy oval, & is intrinsically
09 27.0 -20 10|ESO 565-11  |J565|misaligned with bar (see Figure 32).
09 34.4 -20 54|NGC 2935    |J566|Large example with a pointy oval bar-lens zone & two bright arms which
09 34.4 -20 54|NGC 2935    |J566|form a fairly good (R'2); feature does not close well on either side,
09 34.4 -20 54|NGC 2935    |J566|but it is still a definite case (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B)
09 41.4 -20 15|NGC 2983    |J566|(RL) & bar are excellent; object is an excellent example of its type
09 41.4 -20 15|NGC 2983    |J566|(see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
09 48.0 -22 47|ESO 499-9   |J499|Excellent case; (r) is very bright & mostly overexposed on J499, so had to be
09 48.0 -22 47|ESO 499-9   |J499|measured on R499; core still overexposed on R499, so cannot rule out a weak bar;
09 48.0 -22 47|ESO 499-9   |J499|all arm features are weak.
09 51.2 -19 21|ESO 566-24  |J566|One of the most interesting objects in the catalog; (r) & bar are both excellent,
09 51.2 -19 21|ESO 566-24  |J566|but outside the (r) are four very bright arms in a beautiful, symmetric pattern;
09 51.2 -19 21|ESO 566-24  |J566|very rare to see this symmetry in a multiarmed spiral
09 51.2 -19 21|ESO 566-24  |J566|(see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
09 52.2 -25 28|NGC 3054    |J499|Excellent, multiarmed ringed, barred spiral; bar does not fill (r)
09 52.2 -25 28|NGC 3054    |J499|(bar diameter = 0.50').
09 52.3 -28 04|NGC 3056    |J435|Beautiful N1553 type with with excellent large (l); one of the best in the CSRG;
09 52.3 -28 04|NGC 3056    |J435|feature is pure (l) on R435, & SA type is secure (r) is excellent, one of the ;
09 57.2 -22 35|NGC 3081    |J499|best; (R) is very faint; bar is weak & underfills (r) (bar diameter = 0.67');
09 57.2 -22 35|NGC 3081    |J499|see Buta (1990ApJ...351...62B).
09 57.9 -33 59|IC 2532     |J373|Beautiful SB(r) of the wrapped spiral arm type (as in N5921; see Wray, 1988,
09 57.9 -33 59|IC 2532     |J373|The Color Atlas of Galaxies, Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press.); resembles
09 57.9 -33 59|IC 2532     |J373|N1433 & N1512; B374 shows a round core that may include an nuclear ring;
09 57.9 -33 59|IC 2532     |J373|include an (nuclear ring); (rs) is diffuse & fairly smooth.
09 58.8 -19 12|ESO 567-3   |J567|Fine example of pure (R'2); bar is clear; near cluster.
10 01.6 -27 20|IC 2537     |J499|Very fine multiarmed spiral resembling N3054; (rs) is very open & bar is weak;
10 01.6 -27 20|IC 2537     |J499|small companions at 3.96', at 4.21', at 4.21', & at 4.63'.
10 03.1 -21 32|CSRG 584    |J567|(R'1) is a very good, slightly dimpled example; bar region overexposed on J,
10 03.1 -21 32|CSRG 584    |J567|but clearer on R567
10 03.6 -22 49|ESO 499-41  |J567|This galaxy has an excellent, slightly dimpled (R1); probably there are also a
10 03.6 -22 49|ESO 499-41  |J567|bar & an (r), but center is overexposed even on R499 very interesting & beautiful
10 04.3 -18 59|NGC 3124    |J567|multiarmed spiral with an excellent (rs); most interesting is the bar which looks
10 04.3 -18 59|NGC 3124    |J567|like a spiral on R567; bar has ansae character.
10 05.7 -34 59|IC 2548     |J374|Beautiful "plume" barred spiral (see Buta, 1984PASAu...5..472B);
10 05.7 -34 59|IC 2548     |J374|bar is excellent; (r) is oval & has 4 emergent arms; two main outer arms break
10 05.7 -34 59|IC 2548     |J374|from bar ends, while plumes break from minor axis of (r); (R') is mainly of (R'1)
10 05.7 -34 59|IC 2548     |J374|type but does not close well.
10 06.6 -39 51|ESO 316-30  |J316|(R) is excellent just as in N7020; check center on ESO-B for possibly
10 06.6 -39 51|ESO 316-30  |J316|overexposed (r).
10 08.8 -20 37|NGC 3146    |J567|Beautiful m=3 spiral with possibly overexposed (r) & bar;
10 08.8 -20 37|NGC 3146    |J567|center still overexposed on R567.
10 11.1 -35 44|ESO 374-44  |J374|Excellent example 'of (R'2); no (r) or (l); possible trace of (R1).
10 13.4 -20 03|ESO 567-32  |J567|(rs) & bar are excellent; (R) is real but is very faint; (rs) is bright in arches
10 19.4 -18 10|ESO 567-56  |J567|near bar ends one of the best (R'2) rings in the CSRG; bar is an ansae-type as
10 19.4 -18 10|ESO 567-56  |J567|in ESO 509-98; no (r) or (l).
10 26.9 -44 24|NGC 3261    |J263|Textbook case of (rs)-type; bar does not fill (rs); dwarf companions at 1.73',
10 26.9 -44 24|NGC 3261    |J263|at 2.52', & at 3.64'; bar diameter = 0.55'; outer arm pattern complex.
10 27.7 -34 58|NGC 3269    |J375|(R'2) is excellent in this highly inclined object; however, no bar is visible on
10 27.7 -34 58|NGC 3269    |J375|J or B375, although it could be end-on (see Buta & Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
10 28.9 -18 17|ESO 568-13  |J568|Good case of a dimpled (R'1); bar is excellent ansae-type.
10 32.5 -28 20|ESO 436-46  |J436|Beautiful spiral has well-developed arms & a good normal (rs); arms break from the
10 32.5 -28 20|ESO 436-46  |J436|(rs) at the bar minor axis & do not form an (R'); outer arms form a pure spiral.
10 35.1 -25 04|NGC 3313    |J501|(r) & bar are both excellent; outer arms very faint & complex (see Figs. 28,29)
10 35.1 -26 03|ESO 501-51  |J501|very fine example; (R') is excellent & lightly patchy;
10 35.1 -26 03|ESO 501-51  |J501|no bar seen on a PSS copy plate.
10 35.6 -20 35|NGC 3450    |J569|Fine multiarmed spiral with a clear bar & circular (rs); outer spiral pattern is
10 35.6 -20 35|NGC 3450    |J569|oval along bar; small companion (edge-on) at 3.69';
10 35.6 -20 35|NGC 3450    |J569|bar diameter = 0.67' (see Fig. 34).
10 37.6 -29 56|ESO 437-33  |J437|(R'1) is excellent, one of the best in the catalog; also a hint of (R'2);
10 37.6 -29 56|ESO 437-33  |J437|center is overexposed on J, but ESO-B reveals an arch ansae-type bar, part of an
10 37.6 -29 56|ESO 437-33  |J437|(rl); large, round core (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
10 38.5 -46 03|ESO 264-32  |J264|Very beautiful SB(r) spiral with very open arms; (r) is excellent; bar does not
10 38.5 -46 03|ESO 264-32  |J264|fill (r) on J264 (bar diameter = 0.27'); in cluster, compact group of 3;
10 38.5 -46 03|ESO 264-32  |J264|E/SO at 3.80'
10 41.3 -36 09|NGC 3358    |J376|Beautiful large example of an (R'2) (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B);
10 41.3 -36 09|NGC 3358    |J376|bar is weak, & there is a clear (l); object resembles N4909.
10 48.1 -38 35|ESO 318-19  |J318|Object shows the R1R'2 characteristic & is very good; core is oval & should be
10 48.1 -38 35|ESO 318-19  |J318|checked for an (r) on an ESO chart; (R1) component is slightly dimpled.
10 49.9 -32 24|ESO 437-67  |J376|Excellent example of an (R'1), one of the best in the catalog; bar is excellent &
10 49.9 -32 24|ESO 437-67  |J376|has leading dust lanes; (r) is very bright; object resembles N1433 closely
10 49.9 -32 24|ESO 437-67  |J376|(see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
10 50.4 -44 54|ESO 264-47  |J264|Excellent case; all ring features are subtle; small companions at 1.80', at 1.72'
10 50.4 -44 54|ESO 264-47  |J264|& at 4.52' (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
10 56.3 -46 19|NGC 3482    |J264|excellent example of R1R'2 (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
11 09.0 -18 01|NGC 3571    |J570|(R) is excellent & the (rs) is fairly good; bar is only a suspicious; need R570
11 09.0 -18 01|NGC 3571    |J570|to be sure; resembles N3623 in the Hubble Atlas.
11 16.4 -46 24|ESO 265-22  |J265|Excellent case of (R'2); Isb companion at 5.03' (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
11 26.5 -22 12|ESO 571-3   |J503|Case where an (r) appears rounder than an (R), but the bar is not an end-on case;
11 26.5 -22 12|ESO 571-3   |J503|(r) is excellent & is doubled on one side, complicates the minor axis dimension;
11 26.5 -22 12|ESO 571-3   |J503|(R) is very faint but mostly good; bar does not fill (r) (bar diameter = 0.34').
11 32.9 -32 46|CSRG 616    |J378|Ring is excellent & is very bright, but since galaxy lacks a bar, cannot be sure
11 32.9 -32 46|CSRG 616    |J378|ring is an (r) or (R).
11 33.1 -37 41|NGC 3742    |J320|Excellent example of the type; (rl) resembles that in N1808; (R') is good,
11 33.1 -37 41|NGC 3742    |J320|but object may be interacting with N3749 (r) & bar are both excellent in this
11 36.5 -37 28|NGC 3783    |J320|well-known Seyfert; there is an intermediate pseudoring (1.12'x1.01');
11 36.5 -37 28|NGC 3783    |J320|(R') is very thin & easy to measured (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
11 40.7 -18 07|CSRG 622    |J572|The ring is almost a pure (R2) case; both (R'2) & bar are excellent;
11 47.9 -18 18|ESO 572-5   |J572|bar is ansae-type fairly good; suspect (R1) part; bar clearer on R572;
11 47.9 -18 18|ESO 572-5   |J572|small companion (type E) at 1.16'.
11 50.7 -38 51|ESO 320-30  |J320|(r) is a patchy closed oval; (R'1) is very faint & weak on closing; no clear bar,
11 50.7 -38 51|ESO 320-30  |J320|but (r) is at edge of an obviously oval (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
11 56.0 -18 04|NGC 4024    |J572|Fine example of the type; small companion at 1.60' features are all mostly good;
11 57.2 -21 58|CSRG 635    |J572|suspect object is a case of intrinsically bar, inner ring misalignment;
11 57.2 -21 58|CSRG 635    |J572|suspect (R') is an (R'1) misaligned with clear bar (r) & bar are excellent;
11 58.0 -21 03|ESO 572-41  |J572|(r) is circular in an elongated disk, which makes the galaxy look like an eskimo;
11 58.0 -21 03|ESO 572-41  |J572|disk is elongated along the bar.
12 05.4 -30 04|IC 3010     |J440|Beautiful object shows a weak but clear (R'2), & a trace of an (R1L) with
12 05.4 -30 04|IC 3010     |J440|dimensions 1.10'x0.95', {theta} = 82.9{deg}; bar is also weak but clear;
12 05.4 -30 04|IC 3010     |J440|only a round core is visible on ESO-B.
12 09.8 -52 11|ESO 217-30  |J217|Fine case; (r) is very good & SA type is clear.
12 19.6 -33 12|NGC 4304    |J380|Has open (rs) of the wrapping arm type; bar is very bright & has leading
12 19.6 -33 12|NGC 4304    |J380|dust lanes; outer arms are complicates, but vaguely form an (R'1).
12 19.9 -22 04|ESO 573-17  |J573|(R) is very good; suspect very weak spiral structure association with it; bar is
12 19.9 -22 04|ESO 573-17  |J573|weak & may be arch ansae-type; companion at 3.28' good, but the (R'2) is boxy;
12 21.9 -21 21|ESO 573-18  |J573|bar is a good ansae-type; arms of the (R'2) go past the line perpendicular to the
12 21.9 -21 21|ESO 573-18  |J573|bar; total winding exceeds 360{deg}.
12 22.5 -39 30|IC 3290     |J322|Excellent pure SB spiral near large E (N4373) at 1.93'.
12 25.8 -37 38|CSRG 660    |J380|Small object has an excellent (R'1) with weak dimps.; bar is very good,
12 25.8 -37 38|CSRG 660    |J380|there is no (r) or (l).
12 26.7 -22 53|NGC 4462    |J574|fine, large example resembling N4274; bar is strong & bulge is large;
12 26.7 -22 53|NGC 4462    |J574|disk is partly flocculent.
12 28.7 -26 01|ESO 506-15  |J506|Both rings are very good, but bar is clearly misaligned intrinsically with
12 28.7 -26 01|ESO 506-15  |J506|them; this is a very good case of misalignment;
12 28.7 -26 01|ESO 506-15  |J506|small companion (edge-on) at 0.50' (interaction?).
12 33.3 -42 45|ESO 268-24  |J268|Excellent case of (R1) ring; (r) also very good, but bar is weak; a short arm
12 33.3 -42 45|ESO 268-24  |J268|breaks from (r); comparable comparison at 2.97'.
12 33.4 -39 10|NGC 4553    |J322|Excellent example of its type; (r) is very bright (see Buta and Crocker,
12 33.4 -39 10|NGC 4553    |J322|1991AJ....102.1715B); (RL) is a weak feature; small companion at 2.57'
12 34.1 -41 52|ESO 322-31  |J322|fine example- both bar & (r) are excellent; nothing significant beyond (r);
12 34.1 -41 52|ESO 322-31  |J322|very small companions at 2.07' & at 6.37'.
12 35.0 -43 21|NGC 4573    |J268|Features very subtle, but this is an early R1R'2
12 35.8 -23 22|ESO 506-25  |J506|(r) is excellent & SA type is firm, but (R') is unusual; on one side it is
12 35.8 -23 22|ESO 506-25  |J506|an (R), and on the other side it is an (R'); (R') is small compared to (r);
12 35.8 -23 22|ESO 506-25  |J506|small companion at 4.85'; comparable comparison at 7.49'.
12 39.9 -40 28|NGC 4622    |J322|Excellent example of type; comparable companions at 7.22' & at 7.33'; leading
12 39.9 -40 28|NGC 4622    |J322|spiral arm (see Buta, Crocker, and Byrd, 1992AJ....103.1526B).
12 40.2 -30 08|ESO 442-15  |J442|Beautiful object shows a good (r), a good ansae-type bar, and two outer rings;
12 40.2 -30 08|ESO 442-15  |J442|(R1) part is very bright & mostly closed, while the (R'2) is faint but defined.
12 47.0 -24 53|ESO 507-16  |J507|Object shows the R1R'2 character with an especially good (R1) which is clearly
12 47.0 -24 53|ESO 507-16  |J507|dimpled; (R'2) is made of two faint arms breaking form the (R1) & does not close
12 47.0 -24 53|ESO 507-16  |J507|well on one side; (rl) is excellent; bar is weak (see Buta and Corcker,
12 47.0 -24 53|ESO 507-16  |J507|1991AJ....102.1715B).
12 49.6 -40 47|NGC 4744    |J322|Has a beautiful arch ansae-type bar where the arcs are straight as in NGC 7098;
12 49.6 -40 47|NGC 4744    |J322|(l) is very weak; in cluster with many companions.
12 51.4 -19 55|ESO 575-21  |J575|(r) & bar are excellents; outer disk has a tightly wrapped spiral pattern; no
12 51.4 -19 55|ESO 575-21  |J575|clear (R) or (R'; (r) is slightly broken.
12 52.0 -18 02|ESO 575-23  |J575|very interesting; bar is good (affected by a field star on one side); (rs) is
12 52.0 -18 02|ESO 575-23  |J575|weak but clear; outer arms form a very fine (R) that is unusual.
12 53.1 -19 52|ESO 575-28  |J575|(R'2) is a very fine example; bar is ansae-type on R575 & may be surrounded by an
12 53.1 -19 52|ESO 575-28  |J575|(l); one of the best examples of the type in the catalog.
12 54.1 -42 51|ESO 269-13  |J323|Excellent example; suspected a very, very faint (R).
12 58.5 -17 56|ESO 575-47  |J575|Excellent, large example of (R'1), one of the best in the catalog; bar is also
12 58.5 -17 56|ESO 575-47  |J575|excellent, & (rs) is a very fine wrapped arm type (see Buta and Crocker,
12 58.5 -17 56|ESO 575-47  |J575|1991AJ....102.1715B).
12 59.2 -42 30|NGC 4909    |J269|See Buta and Crocker (1991AJ....102.1715B) for CCD images; on J269, suspected a
12 59.2 -42 30|NGC 4909    |J269|weak arch ansae-type bar at lens major axis; outer arms complex & show weak trace
12 59.2 -42 30|NGC 4909    |J269|of (R1) not seen in CCD images; small companion at 14.53'.
13 01.3 -41 09|NGC 4930    |J323|Very fine example of multiarmed, ringed barred spiral; bar is excellent & (rs) is
13 01.3 -41 09|NGC 4930    |J323|very good.
13 07.2 -46 10|ESO 269-57  |J269|Very fine example; (r) is excellent with arches at ends of bars; (R'2) is also
13 07.2 -46 10|ESO 269-57  |J269|very good & distinct; bar is weak & core is oval perpendicular to bar
13 07.2 -46 10|ESO 269-57  |J269|(see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..631B).
13 07.8 -39 20|ESO 323-89  |J323|Excellent case of a double-lens galaxy with no trace of a bar.
13 07.8 -41 18|ESO 323-90  |J323|Object is double-barred; angle between bars is 44.3{deg};
13 07.8 -41 18|ESO 323-90  |J323|nothing is visual beyond the (r).
13 09.1 -19 00|NGC 5006    |J576|Very interesting case; (r) is excellent; bar seen best on R576; outer arms are
13 09.1 -19 00|NGC 5006    |J576|complex but an excellent (R') is formed; three clear arms follow an ESO 566-24
13 09.1 -19 00|NGC 5006    |J576|pattern; there is some asymmetry beyond the (R').
13 11.4 -42 42|NGC 5026    |J323|Bar & (r) are both excellent; outside the (r), there is an extensive disk with
13 11.4 -42 42|NGC 5026    |J323|weak enhancements, almost an (RL).
13 14.8 -31 50|IC 4214     |J382|Both rings are excellents; (R) is fine (R1) type & (r) is very bright; no bar
13 14.8 -31 50|IC 4214     |J382|evidence on ESO-B, but suspected an (nr) (dimensions 0.27'x0.16');
13 14.8 -31 50|IC 4214     |J382|see Buta & Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B, 1993AJ....105.1344B).
13 19.0 -27 10|NGC 5101    |R508|Beautiful, large example of R'1,R'2; (rl) & bar are both excellent;
13 19.0 -27 10|NGC 5101    |R508|(R'2) is best definite, while (R'1) is clear.
13 22.6 -20 52|NGC 5134    |J576|Large example of an (R), nearly circular; also a very elongated (r) which is
13 22.6 -20 52|NGC 5134    |J576|patchy near its major axis; slightly traces of spiral structure; bar underfills
13 22.6 -20 52|NGC 5134    |J576|(r) (bar diameter = 1.11'); (R) among the faintest;
13 22.6 -20 52|NGC 5134    |J576|lens has dimensions 2.07'x1.45'; lens shape differs from the (r)
13 22.6 -20 52|NGC 5134    |J576|(see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|(R1') is excellent, one of the best examples in the
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|catalog; B is excellent & crosses a very faint (r);
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|(R1') is made of two arms breaking direction from
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|the B ends; they do not close exactly to the
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|opposition ends, but identical as (R1') is defined
13 22.9 -26 12|ESO 508-78  |J509|(see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B)
13 23.0 -29 34|NGC 5135    |J444|Beautiful barred spiral with an excellent bar &  a perfect (l); outer arms are
13 23.0 -29 34|NGC 5135    |J444|very extensive & nearly form an (R') of uncertain type; each arms are splits
13 23.0 -29 34|NGC 5135    |J444|in the outer parts.
13 27.4 -80 11|ESO 21-3    |J021|Very good; arms forming (R'2) come off bar minor axis.
13 27.9 -27 54|NGC 5182    |J509|Beautiful example of a highly elongated (r) in a disk which seems face-on;
13 27.9 -27 54|NGC 5182    |J509|(r) is very bright 7 very oval; bar has leading dust lanes;
13 27.9 -27 54|NGC 5182    |J509|3 arms break from (r), two of which form an (R'2).
13 28.7 -21 00|ESO 577-3   |J577|Excellent example of (R'2), one of the best in the catalog; also has a very
13 28.7 -21 00|ESO 577-3   |J577|bright (r); bar best seen on R577; (R'2) is spectacular & well-definite (see Buta
13 28.7 -21 00|ESO 577-3   |J577|and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
13 30.0 -31 43|ESO 444-70  |J444|Object is very similar to ESO 566-24; (r) is nearly round & the bar is clear on
13 30.0 -31 43|ESO 444-70  |J444|R444  object has four arms in a pinwheel; object also resembles N1433.
13 30.7 -47 54|NGC 5206    |J220|Suspect a very very faint ring around early S0; feature could be artifact of
13 30.7 -47 54|NGC 5206    |J220|field stars.
13 32.5 -27 46|IC 4290     |J509|(r) is excellent, one of the best in the catalog; it is crossed by an excellent
13 32.5 -27 46|IC 4290     |J509|bar; two outer arms break from the (r) at the bar minor axis & form an (R');
13 32.5 -27 46|IC 4290     |J509|feature is very very faint (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
13 33.0 -30 08|ESO 444-76  |J444|(R) is very bright & is probably an (R1); bar region is overexposed on J444, but
13 33.0 -30 08|ESO 444-76  |J444|bar is seen clearly on R444; no (r) evidence on R444, but J444 suggests presence
13 33.0 -30 08|ESO 444-76  |J444|of an (l); much diffuse light is beyond the (R).
13 34.4 -49 35|NGC 5234    |J220|Excellent (R)SA case; (R) filled with light; SA type confirmed on R220;
13 34.4 -49 35|NGC 5234    |J220|comparable companions at 4.39' & 4.95'.
13 38.1 -27 50|ESO 445-10  |J509|Fine example showing R1R'2 character; bar is ansae-type & is wrapped by a very
13 38.1 -27 50|ESO 445-10  |J509|elongated (rl); (R1) is plainly visible & is closed; (R'2) does not close well
13 38.1 -27 50|ESO 445-10  |J509|on one side but is still clear.
13 40.6 -25 41|ESO 509-98  |J509|This object is the prototype of the R1R'2 morphology; bar is excellent & there is
13 40.6 -25 41|ESO 509-98  |J509|no (r) or (l); both (R1) & (R'2) components are excellent; (R1) part is slightly
13 40.6 -25 41|ESO 509-98  |J509|dimpled; this is a beautiful example (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
13 47.7 -38 12|ESO 325-28  |J325|(R'2) is an excellent, nearly round example, one of the best in the
13 47.7 -38 12|ESO 325-28  |J325|catalogue (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
13 49.5 -27 39|ESO 445-64  |J510|Very fine example which resembles N1291; bar is very good & is surrounding by a
13 49.5 -27 39|ESO 445-64  |J510|clear lens; outer structure shows a very good R1R'2 character.
13 50.6 -19 52|ESO 578-3   |J578|Object has an excellent ring, but morphology is confusing; interpretation of ring
13 50.6 -19 52|ESO 578-3   |J578|as (r) or (R) is uncertain; bar greatly underfills the ring (bar diameter=0.22');
13 50.6 -19 52|ESO 578-3   |J578|suspect it is an (R), but extensive spiral structure lies beyond it.
13 54.8 -43 41|NGC 5365    |J271|Very fine, large example with an excellent bar & a beautiful envelope; on R271,
13 54.8 -43 41|NGC 5365    |J271|bright core is oval perpendicular to bar; small companion at 3.60'.
13 57.9 -33 59|ESO 384-29  |J384|Beautiful example of very early (R'2); ring is diffuse & barely misses closing;
13 57.9 -33 59|ESO 384-29  |J384|no (r) and only a weak trace of an (l).
14 00.3 -18 12|ESO 578-18  |J578|Very good case; (r) is very bright & slightly patchy; bar is stubby oval which
14 00.3 -18 12|ESO 578-18  |J578|underfills the (r) (bar diameter = 0.22'); two arms break from the (r).
14 02.6 -38 58|IC 4367     |J325|Fine object with a bright, oval, broken (rs); feature is small compared to
14 02.6 -38 58|IC 4367     |J325|the disk size.
14 03.6 -34 05|ESO 384-53  |J384|Beautiful spiral has very well-developed arms & a large (rs) enveloping a short bar
14 03.6 -34 05|ESO 384-53  |J384|(bar diameter = 0.34'); suspect bar & (rs) are intrinsically misaligned.
14 09.1 -19 37|ESO 578-33  |J579|very fine example of an (R)SA; (R) is excellent & perfect detached; R578 reveals
14 09.1 -19 37|ESO 578-33  |J579|no structure in the bulge region.
14 10.7 -18 22|ESO 579-2   |J579|Excellent example of (R'2); bar is well-defined, & there is no (r) or (l);
14 10.7 -18 22|ESO 579-2   |J579|ESO 579-1 at 4.85'.
14 19.4 -34 08|ESO 385-15  |J385|Object has an excellent (R') made of two arms which wind from an elongated
14 19.4 -34 08|ESO 385-15  |J385|center region which looks like a foreshortened (r) on J385.
14 39.6 -17 02|NGC 5728    |J580|(R1) is excellent, one of the best in the catalog; (r) is broken near minor
14 39.6 -17 02|NGC 5728    |J580|axis & is pointy; bar is weak & does not fill the (r) (bar diameter = 1.45');
14 39.6 -17 02|NGC 5728    |J580|dust lanes are visible in the bar (see Buta and Crocker, 1991AJ....102.1715B).
14 41.5 -48 09|ESO 222-16  |J272|(R) is excellent & quite narrow; bulge is large & almost overwhelms the bar;
14 41.5 -48 09|ESO 222-16  |J272|no significant companions on R222.
14 54.6 -21 28|ESO 581-3   |J581|(R) is excellent & a very good example of (R1); bar is best seen on R581;
14 54.6 -21 28|ESO 581-3   |J581|no (r) or (l)
14 55.7 -41 47|NGC 5786    |J273|(R') is excellent & seems to be an (R'2), though it is atypical;
14 55.7 -41 47|NGC 5786    |J273|the arms wind an extra 180{deg} before going into the (R');
14 55.7 -41 47|NGC 5786    |J273|two extraneous arms break from bar ends & merge with (R').
15 27.1 -18 27|ESO 582-13  |J582|Very fine example; (rs) is a very bright brackett type; two outer arms break
15 27.1 -18 27|ESO 582-13  |J582|from the (rs) near the bar minor axis line; bar is weak & best seen on R582;
15 27.1 -18 27|ESO 582-13  |J582|two outer arms are very bright & do not form an (R').
16 52.1 -65 53|ESO 101-18  |J101|Very fine example of the multiarmed type; (rs) has very low contrast, but
16 52.1 -65 53|ESO 101-18  |J101|the bar is excellent.
17 12.3 -62 46|NGC 6300    |J102|Very fine example; interesting multiarmed pattern outside the (rs)
17 12.3 -62 46|NGC 6300    |J102|(see Buta, 1987ApJS...64..383B).
17 36.2 -71 51|CSRG 817    |J070|Very good case of (R'2)
17 38.1 -61 40|NGC 6398    |J139|(R) is excellent & is patchy compared to inner regions; there is a trace of
17 38.1 -61 40|NGC 6398    |J139|(R'2) on one side; no dimps.
18 12.8 -71 09|ESO 71-6    |J071|Very good example of R1R'2; (r) is very bright, & both outer features are
18 12.8 -71 09|ESO 71-6    |J071|clear; no clear bar, but the (r) is an obviously oval; ACSRG 103 at 11.0'.
18 26.2 -42 47|ESO 281-1   |J280|(R'1) is excellent & is slightly dimpled; bar & (l) are clear;
18 26.2 -42 47|ESO 281-1   |J280|small companion (ESO 281-2) at 4.02'.
18 32.9 -47 06|ESO 281-14  |J230|Excellent example of (R'2); bar very good also; ESO 281-12 at 12.75';
18 32.9 -47 06|ESO 281-14  |J230|small companion at 5.44'.
18 43.9 -58 00|IC 4774     |J140|Very fine m = 3 barred spiral.
18 44.0 -64 14|NGC 6684    |J103|Bar is very fat on R103 and still somewhat overexposed; very large bulge
18 44.0 -64 14|NGC 6684    |J103|component; there is weak structure in the outer lens; (r) is excellent.
18 45.1 -51 19|ESO 231-1   |J230|Very interesting; both rings very good; (R') striking; small companion at 6.34'.
18 54.0 -63 12|IC 4800     |J104|Bar in this one is a very fine ansae-type; core region is boxy, and bar does
18 54.0 -63 12|IC 4800     |J104|not fill the (r) (bar diameter = 0.84').
19 03.3 -61 27|NGC 6739    |J141|Very beautiful S0; envelope very smooth with sharp edge.
19 05.0 -63 56|NGC 6744    |J104|fine multiarmed spiral; bar is quite bright; minor axis dimension of (r) is
19 05.0 -63 56|NGC 6744    |J104|subject to interpretation.
19 07.2 -57 08|NGC 6753    |J141|(R') is hexagonal and very interactive; (r) is best seen on ESO-B
19 07.2 -57 08|NGC 6753    |J141|(see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
19 11.2 -50 45|NGC 6761    |J231|(r) & bar are excellent; (R') looks like a weak 4-leaf clover; very small
19 12.9 -46 47|ESO 282-32  |J231|companion at 1.79' (R1) excellent & dimpled; bar is weak ansae-type on the (r);
19 12.9 -46 47|ESO 282-32  |J231|comparable companions at 6.60' & 4.94'; diffuse arms may break from (R1).
19 18.9 -51 06|ESO 232-4   |J232|Very fine case; (r) is excellent & is very bright; (R1) is slightly dimpled;
19 18.9 -51 06|ESO 232-4   |J232|outer structure having dimensions 1.26'x0.73' could be interpreted as a third
19 18.9 -51 06|ESO 232-4   |J232|ring or pseudoring; only a very weak bar is suspect on R232;
19 18.9 -51 06|ESO 232-4   |J232|2 small companions, nearest at 1.34'.
19 19.6 -60 01|NGC 6782    |J142|Very fine example of (R'1); (r) is excellent, very pointy, & not filled by bar
19 19.6 -60 01|NGC 6782    |J142|(bar diameter = 0.67'); (R'1) is very faint & possible dimpled on one side;
19 19.6 -60 01|NGC 6782    |J142|comparable companion at 30.86'
19 19.6 -60 01|NGC 6782    |J142|(see Figure 24 and Byrd et al., 1994AJ....108..476B).
19 37.9 -52 59|CSRG 869    |J185|Small, but a perfect example of (R'2); may be a (l), but not discernible
19 37.9 -52 59|CSRG 869    |J185|at this scale.
19 43.1 -35 19|ESO 398-31  |J398|Clear bar crosses an oval (r) perpendicular; nearly circular shape of outer disk
19 43.1 -35 19|ESO 398-31  |J398|suggested this is a case of intrinsically bar-ring misalignment.
19 46.5 -26 34|ESO 526-7   |J525|Excellent SA(r) system, one of the best in the catalog; (r) is clear, & is an
19 46.5 -26 34|ESO 526-7   |J525|enhanced at the edge of a lens; extensive multiarmed spiral pattern of
19 46.5 -26 34|ESO 526-7   |J525|low surface brightness emerges from the ring; suspect galactic extinction.
19 58.2 -17 12|MCG -3-51-1 |J595|Excellent example; (rl) is clear; two conspicious arms break from it but do not
19 58.2 -17 12|MCG -3-51-1 |J595|quite form an (R'); core is clear & SA type is definite .
20 02.0 -60 21|IC 4938     |J143|Very interresting; (rs) is very open & can be interpreted in different ways; (R) is
20 02.0 -60 21|IC 4938     |J143|half bright, half faint (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
20 02.8 -56 32|NGC 6855    |J185|Very interesting case; normal bar with weak (rl) is immersed in large lens
20 02.8 -56 32|NGC 6855    |J185|1.12'x1.12', beyond which lies a beautiful thin (R); E companion at 2.07'.
20 08.5 -54 31|ESO 186-12  |J185|Excellent case of possibly intrinsic bar, inner ring misalignment (see Fig. 32).
20 08.8 -20 58|ESO 596-1   |J596|Beautiful late-type spiral; outer arms form a weak (R'2); bar is an oval
20 08.8 -20 58|ESO 596-1   |J596|with an enhanced rim; could be a ring; small round nuclear.
20 10.4 -44 41|NGC 6878A   |J284|Very fine grand design spiral; two main arms split in the outer parts.
20 16.2 -81 44|ESO 26-1    |J010|Very good late-type example of (R'2).
20 18.5 -48 09|ESO 234-11  |J234|Excellent (R) case; pair with ESO 234-9 at 2.50'.
20 20.3 -50 49|CSRG 913    |J234|Very good case of possible polar ring galaxy.
20 21.0 -43 49|NGC 6902    |J285|(r) is excellent, so intense that it had to be measured on R285; suspect
20 21.0 -43 49|NGC 6902    |J285|a very weak bar on R285; outer arms spectacular; small companion at 5.74'.
20 21.1 -72 46|ESO 46-10   |J074|Ring galaxy, a very fine example; small companion at 0.72'.
20 24.0 -35 25|ESO 400-24  |J400|Late-type object has two excellent rings; bar is very good; (r) is patchy &
20 24.0 -35 25|ESO 400-24  |J400|nearly round, while (R2) is patchy & oval.
20 26.6 -72 09|ACSRG 121   |J074|Probably polar ring system, near CSRG 920 at 0.89'.
20 26.7 -41 33|CSRG 921    |J340|(R1) is excellent; bar is very good, & there is no (r) or (l).
20 27.3 -72 20|IC 5009     |J074|Very fine case; bar is strong arch ansae-type; fainter edge-on at 7.33'.
20 33.1 -22 00|ESO 597-14  |J597|(R'1) is excellent; (r) & bar are both also very good; the two ring features
20 33.1 -22 00|ESO 597-14  |J597|are very elongated in nearly perpendicular directions.
20 34.7 -52 17|NGC 6935    |J186|One of the best SA(r)'s; (r) is very bright & slightly boxy; (R) is very faint
20 34.7 -52 17|NGC 6935    |J186|and partly missing; N6937 at 4.40'.
20 35.1 -52 19|NGC 6937    |J186|Beautiful example; (r) & bar very good; outer arms very patchy & open;
20 35.1 -52 19|NGC 6937    |J186|pattern peculiar; N6935 at 4.40'.
20 35.8 -41 22|ESO 341-2   |J340|Very fine case of R1R'2; (R) part is very good while (R1) part
20 35.8 -41 22|ESO 341-2   |J340|is weak but definite (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
20 36.7 -73 48|NGC 6932    |J047|(R) is excellent, one of the best; bar is very weak & is only two narrow slivers;
20 36.7 -73 48|NGC 6932    |J047|(r) is arched as in N3081; (R) is probably an (R1) without dimps. (see Fig. 31).
20 36.9 -54 29|NGC 6942    |J186|Very interesting case; (R') involves a 450{deg} winding of two arms,
20 36.9 -54 29|NGC 6942    |J186|is most like (R'2); bar excellent.
20 51.0 -44 16|ESO 286-10  |J286|(R') appears made from a single winding arm; bulge very large;
20 51.0 -44 16|ESO 286-10  |J286|small companions at 2.01' & at 2.39'.
20 57.4 -29 36|ESO 464-11  |J464|Object has an excellent (R'2) & a trace of an (R1) component; bar has ansae
20 57.4 -29 36|ESO 464-11  |J464|character & is ring-like; close to ESO 464-13 fine object has an excellent (R'2),
20 58.0 -29 32|ESO 464-13  |J464|tilted such that the bar is highly foreshortened; only suspect the bar on ESO-B;
20 58.0 -29 32|ESO 464-13  |J464|suspected a faint, partial (l); ESO 464-13 J464 close to ESO 464-11.
21 00.6 -72 59|CSRG 983    |J074|(r) is excellent; numerous small companions are near, nearest at 0.79'.
21 01.5 -47 19|ESO 286-37  |J286|Very inclined, but R1R'2 still clear; need R286 for core region;
21 01.5 -47 19|ESO 286-37  |J286|comparable comparison at 8.02'.
21 01.9 -29 19|ESO 464-21  |J464|Very interesting case; object has a fine ansae-type bar, one of the best in the
21 01.9 -29 19|ESO 464-21  |J464|catalog, (R) is perfect closed oval oriented almost exactly perpendicular to the
21 01.9 -29 19|ESO 464-21  |J464|bar; no trace of an (r) or (l).
21 03.1 -48 19|ESO 235-58  |J235|Bar shows dust lane & is probably an edge-on galaxy; may be related to
21 03.1 -48 19|ESO 235-58  |J235|polar ring galaxies (Buta and Crocker, 1993AJ....106..939B); ESO 235-57 at 3.13'.
21 04.2 -24 15|ESO 529-24  |J529|Very good example of R1R'2; bar is a weak, possible arch ansae-type; both
21 04.2 -24 15|ESO 529-24  |J529|outer rings are clear but subtle.
21 04.3 -67 31|ESO 74-25   |J074|Very fine example; beautiful spiral with a very bright (r); SA type clear;
21 04.3 -67 31|ESO 74-25   |J074|4 small companions, nearest at 2.07'.
21 07.1 -47 43|CSRG 998    |J286|(r) is very bright & slightly patchy, but there is no spiral structure; core very
21 07.1 -47 43|CSRG 998    |J286|large & round; suspect very faint (R); N7187 type;
21 07.1 -47 43|CSRG 998    |J286|comparable companions 5.74 & at 10.7'.
21 07.2 -64 14|NGC 7020    |J107|Excellent outer ringed galaxy, one of the best (see Buta, 1990ApJ...356...87B);
21 07.2 -64 14|NGC 7020    |J107|X character of inner regions not visible on J107 (see Figure 30).
21 08.6 -46 07|ESO 286-74  |J286|Very fine example; (r) is very good & bar is arch ansae-type as in ESO 507-16;
21 08.6 -46 07|ESO 286-74  |J286|two faint outer arms, very open; comparable comparison at 7.83'.
21 12.1 -64 40|IC 5092     |J107|Very interesting; The (R) is excellent & has a distinct pentagone shape.
21 15.4 -67 16|ESO 107-20  |J074|Both rings are very good; (r) is bright, but the bar is very weak & only
21 15.4 -67 16|ESO 107-20  |J074|evidence on one side; (R1) is dimpled weakly on one side; suspect two
21 15.4 -67 16|ESO 107-20  |J074|arms outside this feature; small companion at 13.06'
21 19.4 -36 54|ESO 402-26  |J402|Interesting system has an excellent (R'1) immersed within a faint, patchy disk;
21 19.4 -36 54|ESO 402-26  |J402|(r) is small; bar has ansae character on ESO-B.
21 22.3 -42 55|ESO 287-19  |J287|Very beautiful example of a highly inclined (R) system; (R) is virtually perfect;
21 22.3 -42 55|ESO 287-19  |J287|need R287 to assess family & variability, comparable comparison at 3.47'.
21 22.7 -42 38|NGC 7060    |J287|Very good; (R'1) is slightly distorded on one side but is still a good case;
21 22.7 -42 38|NGC 7060    |J287|core very large; bar is arch ansae-type as in N7098;
21 22.7 -42 38|NGC 7060    |J287|comparable companions at 5.19' & at 10.5'.
21 28.4 -36 23|ESO 403-4   |J403|Excellent example of (R'1) with dimps.; bar seen best on ESO-B.
21 31.8 -56 28|ACSRG 137   |J188|Beautiful m=1 spiral; no good companions; cluster of small galaxies is due east,
21 31.8 -56 28|ACSRG 137   |J188|nearest member at 4.30'.
21 36.1 -49 23|ESO 236-29  |J236|(r) is excellent in this clear SA system; (R) is also very good but is broken
21 36.1 -49 23|ESO 236-29  |J236|into weak spiral structure on one side;
21 36.1 -49 23|ESO 236-29  |J236|comparable companions at 4.19' & at 5.56'; small companion at 1.73'.
21 37.5 -64 08|NGC 7096    |J107|Very fine example of (R'), slightly dimpled; suspect an (rs), but could not
21 37.5 -64 08|NGC 7096    |J107|confirm on R108.
21 39.3 -75 21|NGC 7098    |J048|Excellent (R) galaxy; bar is fat & unusual, with oval ansae at the ends; does not
21 39.3 -75 21|NGC 7098    |J048|fill (rs) (bar dimensions: 1.41'x0.75'); there is clear structure beyond the (R)
21 39.3 -75 21|NGC 7098    |J048|(see Figure 35).
21 40.1 -39 12|IC 5128     |J343|Both rings are excellent; (r) has high surface brightness & is closed; (R1) is
21 40.1 -39 12|IC 5128     |J343|excellent example; bar region is overexposed & should be checked on an
21 40.1 -39 12|IC 5128     |J343|ESO-B chart.
21 40.9 -75 04|ESO 48-7    |J048|Very good example of (R'2).
21 41.1 -46 31|ESO 287-56  |J287|One of finest examples of a dimpled (R'1) in the catalogue (see Figure 23);
21 41.1 -46 31|ESO 287-56  |J287|bar is excellent, & object is mostly isolated; comparable comparison at 13.04'.
21 52.9 -49 46|NGC 7155    |J237|Bar is excellent & (r) is a clear but faint oval imbedded within a smooth disk.
21 53.0 -43 32|CSRG 1052   |J288|Very fine example of intrinsic bar, inner ring misalignment; bar & (r) are
21 53.0 -43 32|CSRG 1052   |J288|both excellent; (R') is mostly open spiral; in group of 3; comparable companions
21 53.0 -43 32|CSRG 1052   |J288|(ESO's 288-13 & 288-20) at 5.80' & at 7.65' (see Figure 32).
21 54.7 -57 23|ESO 189-16  |J146|Very fine example of (R'2); bar is excellent & may have ansae character;
21 54.7 -57 23|ESO 189-16  |J146|CSRG 1053 at 1.42'; two others more distant
21 59.8 -33 03|NGC 7187    |J404|Both rings are excellent; (r) much rounder than (R); ESO-B reveals a
21 59.8 -33 03|NGC 7187    |J404|very small bar in center (bar diameter = 0.26'; see Buta, 1990ApJ...354..428B).
22 07.2 -36 20|IC 5169     |J404|(R1) is an excellent example with dimps., one of the best in the catalog; no
22 07.2 -36 20|IC 5169     |J404|obviously bar, just a bright closed (r) which is pointy on ESO-B;
22 07.2 -36 20|IC 5169     |J404|object resembles I4214 & N3626.
22 09.5 -65 06|NGC 7219    |J108|Very fine example of (R'2); however, central area is completely overexposed
22 09.5 -65 06|NGC 7219    |J108|on both R & J; (r) dimensions are based on B108.
22 12.4 -21 14|ESO 601-35  |J601|Excellent example of an SBm where one main arm forms an (R'); (rs) is also
22 12.4 -21 14|ESO 601-35  |J601|clear & is nearly square.
22 13.7 -21 41|IC 1438     |J601|Excellent example of R1R'2, among the best & largest in the catalog;
22 13.7 -21 41|IC 1438     |J601|(r) is pointy & enhanced at bar major axis; the two outer rings are about as
22 13.7 -21 41|IC 1438     |J601|perfect as they could be for this subclass of objects; I1439 at 4.17'
22 13.7 -21 41|IC 1438     |J601|(see Figures 27, 28, and Byrd et al., 1994AJ....108..476B).
22 13.9 -21 44|IC 1439     |J601|Very fine example near I1438 at 4.17'; object shows the R1R'2 character, with
22 13.9 -21 44|IC 1439     |J601|the (R'2) being best definite; bar has ansae character.
22 21.1 -81 29|CSRG 1089   |J027|(R) & (B) are both excellent; suspect the (R) is an early (R'2) from appearing
22 21.1 -81 29|CSRG 1089   |J027|on one side; small companion at 6.75'.
22 21.5 -33 57|NGC 7267    |J405|Object has two excellent, perpendicular aligned pseudorings made of different
22 21.5 -33 57|NGC 7267    |J405|sets of arms; (R') is a very good (R'1).
22 21.8 -28 05|ESO 467-53  |J467|(R'2) is excellent; object resembles N2381; there is a trace of (R'1)
22 21.8 -28 05|ESO 467-53  |J467|(dimensions 0.65'x0.48', {theta} = 90.5{deg}), but it is subtle; PSS copy plate
22 21.8 -28 05|ESO 467-53  |J467|reveals an ansae-type bar, & overexposed center on J suggests an (l).
22 22.7 -25 54|IC 5225?    |J533|(R1) is excellent, one of the best & largest in the catalog; feature is
22 22.7 -25 54|IC 5225?    |J533|subtle because it is immersed in a more diffuse disk; clear dimps. are
22 22.7 -25 54|IC 5225?    |J533|visible near the bar axis; bar is excellent, & there is a clear (l).
22 26.8 -20 05|ESO 602-21  |J602|Very good, though (R1) is slightly asymmetry; one side of (R1) is clearly
22 26.8 -20 05|ESO 602-21  |J602|dimpled; comparable comparison (type E0) at 4.57'.
22 27.9 -45 19|CSRG 1098   |J289|Fine case of elongated perpendicular inner and outer rings; (r) is very bright,
22 27.9 -45 19|CSRG 1098   |J289|(R) is a nondimpled (R1); bar is very weak; small companion at 3.30'.
22 30.6 -64 57|IC 5227     |J109|Both rings & the bar are very good; (R'1) is not dimpled but is slightly boxy;
22 30.6 -64 57|IC 5227     |J109|there is definite structure outside it; third ring with dimensions
22 30.6 -64 57|IC 5227     |J109|2.05'x1.84' ?; small companion at 2.84'.
22 35.0 -46 06|ESO 289-44  |J289|Fine case of large (R'1), not dimpled; bar & (rs) are very good.
22 36.4 -22 56|NGC 7341    |J603|(r) is excellent.
22 36.9 -66 44|NGC 7329    |J109|Excellent example of multiarmed SB(r)-type spiral; (r) & bar are both excellent.
22 38.9 -45 02|IC 5240     |J289|Excellent SB(r) case; (r) is very bright & closed; bar is strong with slanted
22 38.9 -45 02|IC 5240     |J289|boxiness in its inner regions; outer disk shows a flocculent spiral pattern;
22 38.9 -45 02|IC 5240     |J289|nearest comparable comparison at 54.45' (see Figure 33).
22 39.1 -44 30|CSRG 1119   |J289|Fine example, almost a pure (R2); bar very good; comparable companions at 5.51' &
22 39.1 -44 30|CSRG 1119   |J289|at 6.92'; several small companions are closer, nearest at 2.55'.
22 42.3 -65 23|NGC 7358    |J109|Very beautiful example, highly inclined; center is overexposed on both J & R109;
22 42.3 -65 23|NGC 7358    |J109|peculiar interacting pair at 11.52'; other large ones a little further.
22 46.2 -58 12|CSRG 1123   |J147|Very fine ringed galaxy; the beautiful (R) is probably an (R2); bar is excellent,
22 46.2 -58 12|CSRG 1123   |J147|& there is no (r) or (l); comparable companions at 2.09', at 3.32', & at 4.01'.
22 52.7 -63 58|NGC 7408    |J109|Very interesting; both pseudorings are very good; (R') is like an (R'2), but
22 52.7 -63 58|NGC 7408    |J109|is made of 3 clear arms; no significant companions nearby.
22 54.3 -48 03|ESO 239-4   |J239|All 3 ring features are excellent in this fine example of R'1,R'2; only suspect
22 54.3 -48 03|ESO 239-4   |J239|a weak arch ansae-type bar on R239; resembles ESO 507-16; small companions
22 54.3 -48 03|ESO 239-4   |J239|at 1.45' & at 1.12' (see Figure 25).
22 54.4 -43 40|IC 5267     |J290|Very fine example; (rs) is made of 1 arm; (R) is only partial & is weak on
22 54.4 -43 40|IC 5267     |J290|its major axis (both sides); IC 5267A at 14.09'.
22 54.6 -65 18|NGC 7417    |J109|Very fine example of an (R'); arms intersect near bar axis after winding nearly
22 54.6 -65 18|NGC 7417    |J109|360{deg}; there is very very faint structure beyond the (R');
22 54.6 -65 18|NGC 7417    |J109|comparable companion at 6.37'; others much smaller are closer.
22 58.8 -65 28|IC 5277     |J109|Excellent m=1 spiral; small companion at 2.27'.
23 12.0 -43 52|NGC 7531    |J291|Fine spiral; (r) is overexposed on J & very bright on R291, which also reveals a
23 12.0 -43 52|NGC 7531    |J291|weak bar; comparable comparison at 55.23'; bar diameter = 0.67'
23 12.0 -43 52|NGC 7531    |J291|(see Buta, 1987ApJS...64....1B).
23 16.6 -29 13|ESO 470-1   |J470|(R) is an excellent, perfect example; bar is clear & is envelope by an (l) with
23 16.6 -29 13|ESO 470-1   |J470|weak spiral arcs
23 19.3 -42 45|NGC 7632    |J291|Very fine example of (RL); bar is arch ansae-type, very bright, & has a very
23 19.3 -42 45|NGC 7632    |J291|faint (l) surrounding; possible weak spiral arcs; comparable comparison at
23 19.3 -42 45|NGC 7632    |J291|19.12', but numerous small companions are near.
23 20.0 -67 56|NGC 7633    |J077|Excellent example of (R'1); feature is a perfect dimpled example (see Figure 31).
23 21.0 -19 17|ESO 605-4   |J605|(rs) & bar are good; two thin outer arms form an open (R'2) that is very good;
23 21.0 -19 17|ESO 605-4   |J605|however, feature is rectangle, so PA is difficult to measure; ESO 605-5 at 12.86'
23 22.7 -82 11|NGC 7637    |J027|Very good; (r) is excellent; SA type checked on R012; possibly interacting with
23 22.7 -82 11|NGC 7637    |J027|neighbor; small companion at 2.35' (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
23 32.7 -56 17|NGC 7702    |J192|Excellent case described by Buta (1991ApJ...370..130B);
23 32.7 -56 17|NGC 7702    |J192|(r) very bright and (R) very faint.
23 41.6 -38 27|ESO 348-7   |J348|Excellent example of R'1R'2; both features are well-defined; (rl) is very weak;
23 41.6 -38 27|ESO 348-7   |J348|object resembles N1291 (see Buta, 1986ApJS...61..609B).
23 42.2 -38 43|CSRG 1193   |J348|Resembles ESO 348-7 nearby; (R'2) is excellent; suspect trace of (R1) component;
23 42.2 -38 43|CSRG 1193   |J348|bar is excellent, & there is no (r) or (l).
23 42.4 -43 11|NGC 7744    |J292|Very fine example of the type; envelope is bright & very extensive; bar is boxy.
23 44.7 -64 03|ESO 110-28  |J110|Very fine example where (rs) is an N5248-type of feature; resembles ESO 111-10;
23 44.7 -64 03|ESO 110-28  |J110|(R') roughly resembles an (R'2), but does not close on one side;
23 44.7 -64 03|ESO 110-28  |J110|several distant small companions.
23 48.2 -58 57|CSRG 1205   |J111|Very good example; (R'1) is clear case with dimpling on one side; bar is
23 48.2 -58 57|CSRG 1205   |J111|excellent & there is no (r) or (l); small companion at 3.06'.
23 53.5 -60 57|ESO 111-10  |J111|Excellent example of (R'1); has N5248 type of spiral oval (see Fig. 23) & a
23 53.5 -60 57|ESO 111-10  |J111|bright round core; outside the spiral is a beautiful, smooth (R'1);
23 53.5 -60 57|ESO 111-10  |J111|ESO 111-9 at 1.57'.
23 56.9 -41 43|ESO 293-26  |J293|Very interesting object; has a bar, weak (r), a two-armed spiral, then a strange
23 56.9 -41 43|ESO 293-26  |J293|hexagonal outer ring of very regular shape; small companion at 1.51'.
23 59.4 -27 54|ESO 409-3   |J409|Perfect example of an SA galaxy with a bright (R'); no (r) is visible on ESO-B.
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