April 7/8, 1981
103aD + GG495
The same description given for NGC 227, above, also applies to
NGC 3818. The suggestion of an incipient disk is even more subtle, yet
definite. Incipient disks in galaxies classed as E in many of the
standard catalogs such as the RC2 and the RSA, may be common.
NGC 3818: The choice between diE and SA0 is uncertain for this small
galaxy with a dust ring.
Non-interacting pair with anonymous peculiar galaxy at 21 arcmin
= NGC 3818
paired with UGCA 242
at 21.6, 204
Small, bright nucleus. Possible S0-?
Non-interacting pair with anonymous peculiar galaxy at 21 arcmin.
Yerkes 2 classification: "red plate: kE6".
Type: Sand - E5, vB - E2 (p?). Redshift: +1318, G5; Cp' = 0.91.