Object name: NGC4536
Designation(s): NGC4536, NGC4533,
NGC 4536 is an interesting barred spiral in Virgo just above the celestial equator. It is thought to be a bit under 50 million light-years distant though its redshift puts it at twice that distance. It is classified as SAB(rs)bc with HII emission and a starburst core. It was discovered by William Herschel on January 24, 1784 and is in the original Herschel 400 list which I'm slowly working on. My entry from April 23, 1985 with my 10" f/5 with a 4 day moon under fair conditions at 50x reads, " Large oval galaxy with huge curving outer arms. Fainter than NGC 4527 in the same field but far more interesting."
Related Designation(s):2MASS J12342707+0211174, 2MASX J12342712+0211163, AKARI J1234274+021117, ASK 076858.0, CGCG 014-068, CGCG 042-157, CGCG 1231.8+0236, CGCG 1232.0+0228, EON J188.592+02.325, EVCC 0893, EVCC 2169, GALEXASC J123422.08+021932.4 , GEMS NGC 4636:[KFB2009] 14, GEMS_N4636_14, GSC 0289 01163, HDCE 0720 NED158, HIPASS J1234+02b, HIR J1234+0212, IRAS 12318+0227, IRAS F12319+0227, LDCE 0904 NED186, LGG 287:[G93] 013, LGG 287:[G93] 014, MAPS-NGP O_556_0982770, MCG +00-32-023, MCG +01-32-102, MG1 J123427+0210, NGC 4533, NGC 4536, NGC 4536:[LB2005] X01, NGC4533, NGC4536, NSA 141657, NSA 162039, NVSS J123427+021118, PGC 041816, PGC 041823, PMN J1234+0211, SDSS J123422.02+021931.1, SDSS J123422.02+021931.2, SDSS J123422.02+021931.3, SDSS J123427.04+021117.2, SSTSL2 J123427.06+021117.7, TXS 1231+024, UGC 07725, UGC 07732, USGC U490 NED112, USGC U490 NED113, UZC J123422.0+021933, UZC J123427.2+021117, VCC 1557, VCC 1562, [BEC2010] HRS 205, [M98j] 174 NED163, [RHM2006] SFGs 143,