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No. Remarks

42 Faint bifurcated arm to comp., one faint arm on comp. coiled same direction as parent.(3)
43 One side of ring obscured or disrupted; other side has low S.B. comp.
45 Directions inverted; N is opposite tab mark. One arm leads toward large comp., other toward small comp.
46 Companion connected to main spiral.
49 Appearance of wake from stellar object in E arm.
53 Radio source M10-17 is 1m6 W, 10' S.
54 Arm toward companion split. contains nodule.
55 Arm has four separate condensations in line. North at bottom.
57 Small companion connected to end of arm.
58 Comp. on end of broken arm nearly star-like.
60 Third arm in direction of companion.
61 One arm leads to companion.
62 High surface brightness companion.
64 Both arms lead toward companions.
65 Position of open spiral. Comps. lie off projected ends of both spiral arms.
67 Comps. lie on inner and outer spiral arms.
68 Many star-like knots lined up along straight arm.
69 Three-armed spiral.
71 Herc. cluster. (3)
72 Faint material from arm to and around comp. Opposite arm faint, sweeps around East of galaxy.
73 Arm leads toward, but not up to companion.
74 Broad, diffuse extension of arm leads to companion.
75 3C53 is 2m E; M01-013 is 1m E, 26 'N. Very faint extension to companion.
76 Apparent gap between arm and companion. (3)
77 Material of arm seems to flow ``around'' comp. Similar to 26.(3)(29)
78 N at left of picture. Comp. is NGC 770. Faint material toward each of two dwarf comps.
79 Small separation between two knots in arm.
80 End of one arm heavy; absorption break in same arm near nucleus.
81 Companion resembles M 51 companion. (19)
82 Arm opposite comp. extremely long.
83 Some hazy material at juncture of two arms; high surface brightness, S shape inside comp. (35)
84 Arcs of high S.B. around nucleus of companion.
85 Faint plumes and extensions from companion. (3)(25)(33)
86 Double arm leading to companion.

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