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Table 1 (remarks)

No. Remarks

1 High contrast print of low surface brightness spiral.
2 Low surface brightness dwarf. Large bright knot in arm appears almost stellar.
3 Low surface brightness dwarf.
4 Not known if both galaxies are at the same distance.
5 Fainter dwarf 6'S.
9 Bifurcated arm does not start at end of bar.
10 Nucleus off center in ring.
11 Position of larger spiral. Outer arms do not start at termination of bar.
12 Nucleus may be double or superposed star.
13 High surface brightness.
14 Almost no nucleus. (3)
15 Feature appears to be a ruptured or obscured ring. Member of group.(18)
16 See also 317. Large concentration at end of S arm. (3)
18 End of one spiral arm partially disconnected. (3) (33)
25 See also 114. Tubular arm, straight at first, then bent. Secondary arm from straight portion.
26 Note straight arms, bright knot on East appears almost stellar. (3)
27 Note straight arms, absorption tube crossing from inside to outside of S arm.
28 Note straight heavy arm.
29 Supernova once observed in tip of thick arm. (31)(46)
30 Comp. appears physically connected to flat-on spiral system.
31 High surface brightness irregularity is 5' N.
33 Position of larger spiral. See 326 for smaller scale picture. Part of galaxy chain.
35 Radio source M00-01 is 50s W.
36 Knots in arms approach appearance of small companions.
37 Seyfert galaxy. Small knot in arm. (3)(16)(39)
38 Small ring in arm on N side, part of large ring on E side shows in Halpha only.
40 Absorption off edge of small galaxy obscure part of large galaxy. Possible connection.
41 Companion spiral wound in same sense as parent. Note split of companion's arm further into center.

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