Object name: NGC7619

Designation(s): NGC7619, NGC7615, NGC7617, NGC7621, NGC7623, NGC7626, NGC7631,

Two giant elliptical galaxies are at the heart of the Pegasus I galaxy cluster which is about 160 million light-years distant. NGC 7619 is the brightest member and likely the most massive but otherwise is a rather normal elliptical galaxy. The other major member is NGC 7626. It is a shell galaxy indicating it is the result of a rather recent merger. The shell is easiest to see on the eastern (left) side. Notes at NED indicate it has a dust lane at the core though I was unable to find it in my image. These features, as well as others, cause it to be classified as being peculiar. It also has a LINER core, another indication of the merger that created the shell. Notes also indicate that NGC 7619 likely harbors a lot of dust areas as well. NGC 7619 is about 180,000 light years across its major axis. NGC 7626 is slightly larger, about 195,000 light-years. This larger size is likely due to the merger and only temporary. Both are likely larger than my estimates as determining where the edges are is difficult though NED gives sizes somewhat smaller than I\'m seeing. Both were discovered by William Herschel on September 25, 1785. Both are in the second H400 program.

Another rather distorted galaxy in the group is MCG +01-59-058. It is listed as SB? by NED. It seems a rather normal small spiral except for that huge faint arm that pushes the main disk way to the east side of the galaxy making it look \"Sloshed\". UGC 12510 is listed as E in NED but I see faint arms making it look like a disk galaxy rather than an elliptical. Note the apparent bright linear feature in the lower arm is due to unresolved stars in our galaxy plus a distant background galaxy. They do add to the spiral appearance. It\'s best to look to the northern side where such background and foreground objects are lacking.

There are 6 other NGC galaxies in the image. I\'ve listed their discoverer and the date below.
NGC 7611, May 26, 1863, Heinrich d\'Arrest
NGC 7615, August 16, 1830, John Herschel
NGC 7617, September 23, 1864, Heinrich d\'Arrest
NGC 7621, November 25, 1864, Albert Marth
NGC 7623, September 26, 1785, William Herschel This one is in the second H400 program.
NGC 7631, August 30, 1851, Bindon Stoney

In making the annotated image I found nearly all with distance data were members of the cluster so carry a distance of about 160 million light-years. For those, I omitted writing 0.16 over and over. Only those obviously not a member have their distance shown. Some rather bright galaxies had no redshift data. Those are listed with na for not available. They are likely cluster members but I can\'t say for sure.

Two asteroids are shown in the annotated image as well.

14\" LX200R @ f/10, L=4x10\' RGB=2x10\', STL-11000XM, Paramount ME

Alternate Designation(s): 1RXS J232011.5+081049, 1RXS J232042.8+081306, 2MASS J23195446+0823579, 2MASS J23200895+0809566, 2MASS J23201448+0812218, 2MASS J23201453+0812225, 2MASS J23202459+0821588, 2MASS J23202999+0823446, 2MASS J23204251+0813007, 2MASS J23212666+0813036, 2MASX J23195444+0823579, 2MASX J23200893+0809566, 2MASX J23201452+0812226, 2MASX J23202463+0821586, 2MASX J23202996+0823446, 2MASX J23204252+0813014, 2MASX J23212667+0813034, 2XMM J232008.9+080956, 2XMM J232014.5+081223, 2XMM J232030.0+082343, 2XMM J232042.5+081300, 2XMMp J232009.0+080957, 2XMMp J232014.5+081223, 2XMMp J232029.9+082343, 2XMMp J232042.4+081300, 87GB 231810.9+075632, 87GB[BWE91] 2318+0756, AGC 330237, AGC 330246, AGC 330250, BMW-HRI J232042.7+081305, CALIFA 914, CGCG 2317.4+0807, CGCG 2317.6+0753, CGCG 2317.7+0755, CGCG 2317.8+0804, CGCG 2317.9+0806, CGCG 2318.2+0756, CGCG 2318.8+0756, CGCG 406-070, CGCG 406-072, CGCG 406-073, CGCG 406-074, CGCG 406-075, CGCG 406-076, CGCG 406-083, CXO J232008.9+080956, CXO J232014.5+081222, CXO J232042.5+081301, GALEXASC J232008.98+080956.4 , GALEXASC J232024.56+082157.5 , GALEXASC J232030.00+082345.3 , GALEXASC J232126.67+081304.6 , GALEXMSC J232008.90+080956.6 , GALEXMSC J232024.58+082155.6 , GALEXMSC J232030.07+082345.5 , GALEXMSC J232126.56+081304.1 , GIN 799, HDCE 1240 NED005, HDCE 1240 NED006, HDCE 1240 NED007, HDCE 1240 NED009, IRAS F23175+0753, IRAS F23188+0756, LDCE 1573 NED009, LDCE 1573 NED010, LDCE 1573 NED011, LDCE 1573 NED013, LGG 473:[G93] 007, LGG 473:[G93] 011, LGG 473:[G93] 012, LGG 473:[G93] 013, LQAC 350+008 001, MCG +01-59-051, MCG +01-59-051a, MCG +01-59-052, MCG +01-59-055, MCG +01-59-056, MCG +01-59-057, MCG +01-59-060, NGC 7615, NGC 7617, NGC 7619, NGC 7621, NGC 7623, NGC 7626, NGC 7631, NGC7615, NGC7617, NGC7619, NGC7621, NGC7623, NGC7626, NGC7631, NPM1G +07.0516, NPM1G +08.0554, NSA 151146, NSA 151160, NSA 151168, NSA 151176, NSA 151181, NSA 151188, NSA 151222, NVSS J232014+081222, Pegasus I CLUSTER:[TFK97] 04 , PGC 071097, PGC 071113, PGC 071121, PGC 071129, PGC 071132, PGC 071140, PGC 071181, PKS 2318+07, PKS B2318+079, PKS J2320+0813, PMN J2320+0812, SDSS J232014.51+081222.4, SSTSL2 J232008.92+080955.6, SSTSL2 J232014.48+081221.9, SSTSL2 J232029.95+082345.7, UGC 12523, UGC 12523 NOTES01, UGC 12526, UGC 12531, UGC 12539, USGC U842 NED04, USGC U842 NED05, USGC U842 NED06, USGC U842 NED07, USGC U842 NED08, USGC U842 NED09, UZC J231954.4+082357, UZC J232009.0+080956, UZC J232014.5+081222, UZC J232030.1+082344, UZC J232042.6+081301, UZC J232126.7+081303, VLSS J2320.6+0812, WBL 708-001, WBL 708-002, WBL 708-003, WBL 710-001, WBL 710-002, WBL 710-003, WBL 710-006, [AHG2014] B233, [HRT2007] J232039+081155, [JBB2007] J232042.54+081301.0 , [M98j] 258 NED05, [M98j] 258 NED06, [M98j] 258 NED07, [M98j] 258 NED08, [WB92] 2318+0756 NED02, [WGB2006] 231736+07530_a, [WGB2006] 231736+07530_b,