IC 4237 - SN 1962H: a bright, blue, roundish patch is visible in all
sections and is located (within 5 arcsec from the SN position) at the
end of an arc-like structure possibly part of a spiral arm of the
galaxy. Classified as a candidate (see Table 3).
Overexposed center, pretty bright bar and (r): 0.6 x 0.4, bright patchy arms.
Optical(?) pair with NGC 5134 10.6 following.
=ESO 576- G 48
Pair with NGC 5134 at 10.7 arcmin
IAU Circ. No. 1802, 1962.
At its north edge there are three companions [N] or stars 16.5 mag.
According to Zwicky Circ. Letter No. 6, it is an SBb 13.8 mag and
SN 1962h occured in it.
Small, bright nucleus. (r): 0.5 arcmin x 0.45 arcmin. Faint. Poorly resolved.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 5314 at 10.7 arcmin.
HAC, 1574, July 1962. Announced by Haro as occurring in an anonymous object.