27. NGC 7537: diffuse; very faint bulge (classified too late?).
Karachentsev 578 [with NGC 7541]
Sep 2/3, 1945
NGC 7541, shown on panel 255, is the
brighter member of a physical pair with
NGC 7537. The redshifts listed by Karachentsev
are v_o(7537) = 2834 km/s and v_o(7541) = 2793 km/s.
The angular separation of 2.7' corresponds
to a projected linear separation of 44 kpc
at the redshift distance of 56 Mpc (H = 50).
The spiral pattern of neither member of the pair
shows evidence of an encounter.
Two Im candidates for dwarf companions to
the pair exist within 11' of NGC 7541. They
have HIL-region candidates at the same brightness
as the HII knots in the two main Sc galaxies
and are therefore very likely at the same
distance. Three candidates for dE dwarf
companions also exist in the immediate field.
= Holm 805b
Pair with NGC 7541 at 2.7 arcmin
Astrofizika, 4, 59, 1968.
SAbc? (de Vaucouleurs)
Paired with UGC 12447 at 3.1, 47
= Holm 805b
Very poorly resolved.
Non-interacting pair with NGC 7541 at 2.7 arcmin.
Lund 6 dimensions are for the bright part only.
2' x 0.4' in p.a. 82^deg^. A moderately bright, indistinct spiral; no nucleus or
condensations. Absorption effect on s. side. See Abs. Eff.