NGC 83. This is an E0 galaxy which is the second brightest member of a
poor group of galaxies consisting of one bright S0, NGC 83, two spirals
and six small S0 or dwarf elliptical galaxies. The latter ones seems to
be concentrated around NGC 83. There are no indications of gravitational
interaction between NGC 83 and its neighbours. We detect 2 x 10^9^ M_sun_
of molecular gas in this galaxy.
= MCG +04-02-005
which is not = NGC 0082 and NGC 0083.
NGC 0082 is a star 5 arcmin north.
In a group including NGC 0080, NGC 0083 and NGC 0091
E0 (de Vaucouleurs), identified in MCG as NGC 82 - NGC 83
See UGC 00203
In the NGC 0083 Group
with many other faint galaxies, mostly S0 and E.
A.J., 66, 554, 1961.
Thirteen nebulae are catalogued in this vicinity in the N. G. C.; in reality
there are fifty or more small nebulae and nebulous stars. 83 is 15" in
diameter, round, bright, structureless. 91 is an interesting two-branched
spiral 1' x 0.3' in p.a. 90^deg^. 55 s.n.