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RA: 15h 48m 32.5s
Dec: +08° 35′ 18.5″
Ch: MSA:739, U2:200, SA:15
Ref: SIMBAD, Corwin (2004)
Mag: B=?, V=?
IC 1137 has a +30 second error in its IC RA, apparently one of the few errors made by Dreyer in compiling the catalogue. Swift's original paper (his 9th list) has an RA about 8 seconds preceding a galaxy that matches his brief description: "vF, S, R; 9 m * close np". In particular, the star is there. The object was not picked up again until 1983 when it made it into the IRAS lists (it is IRAS 15461+0844).
The Messier objects
The Bennett objects
The Caldwell list
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