STAR Atlas:PRO the Hyper LEDA Galaxy database



Screen Shots

The Coma Cluster

Coma Galaxy Cluster

45' field - screen shot
20' field - screen shot

Centaurus Galaxy Cluster

40' field - screen shot
20' field - screen shot

 

An Atlas of 1,300,000 (1.3-Million) Galaxies.

STAR Atlas:PRO™ includes a massive Galaxy database containing more than 1,380,500 Galaxies and an additional 171,000 other non-star objects including 33,000 Quasi-Stellar Objects (QSOs). A total of 1,551,560 (1.55-Million) celestial objects which includes the entire Principal Galaxy Catalogue (PGC2003) and an additional 500,000 (0.5-Million) objects from the Hyperleda catalogue.

Display the most spectacular galaxy charts ever !

Includes a vast collection of galaxies with the latest precision data for each galaxy.

Celestial positions are accurate to an amazing 2 arc seconds! and many prominent galaxies also include colour information allowing these galaxies to be displayed by STAR Atlas:PRO™ in colour. The number of galaxies detailed in STAR Atlas:PRO™ is nothing less than awesome with more than 100,000 galaxies in the constellation of Virgo alone ! Of course you can filter out tiny galaxies and only display larger galaxies. This is perhaps the most comprehensive atlas of galaxies one could ever hope to obtain.

For a screen shot of the number of galaxies and precision with which they are plotted see The Coma Cluster.

Added features

Provides you with valuable search and list features. Easily locate galaxies like the Maffei, Holmberg and Dwingeloo galaxies or find any galaxy by name or designation from a cross-referenced database of more than 3-Million galaxy Names and designations.

Other Features

Optionally limit the size of galaxies to display, display only galaxies from the Principal Galaxy Catalogue (PGC2003), display galaxy colours, list all known catalogue designations/identifications for a selected galaxy.

Galaxy Catalogues

A vast range of Galaxy Catalogues include objects from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (Sloan DSS), the 2-Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS), and dozens more galaxy catalogues. STAR Atlas:PRO™ includes a substantial range of Galaxy Catalogues including the entire Principal Galaxy Catalogue (PGC2003). The following table lists a vast range of include catalogues.

2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey

Isolated pairs of galaxies in the Northern Hemisphere

2MASS All-Sky Catalogue of Point Sources

Karachentseva Double Galaxies

3rd Cambridge Catalogue

Karachentseva Isolated Galaxies

Andromeda Galaxies I-IV

Kazarian Galaxies

Arakelian Galaxies

Kiso Survey for UV-Bright Galaxies

Arecibo General Catalogue

Las Campanas Redshift Survey

Arp Peculiar Galaxies

Lick Northern Proper Motion, 1st part, Galaxies

Byurakan Survey of Galaxies, QSOs, blue stars

Local Group Galaxies (suspected)

Catalogue of Galaxies behind the Milky Way

Lyon Groups of Galaxies

Catalogue of Selected Non-UGC Galaxies

Maffei Galaxies

Centaurus Cluster of Galaxies

Markarian Galaxies

Cluster System of M33

Molonglo Reference Catalogue of Radio Sources

Coma Cluster Galaxies

Morphological Catalogue of Galaxies

David Dunlap Observatory Dwarf Galaxies

Nearby dwarf galaxies towards the Hercules-Aquila void

Dressler Cluster of Galaxies

Nearby dwarf Galaxy Candidates

Durham-UKST Survey

Nearby galaxies with HI, Dwarf Galaxies

Dwarf and Dwarf Candidate Galaxies

Perseus Cluster of Galaxies

EFAR Early type Galaxies Catalogue

Principal Galaxies Catalogue

Emission-Line Objects

RC2 Catalogue of Bright Galaxies

ESO optical sources

Revised Flat Galaxy Catalogue

ESO-Uppsala Galaxies

Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy Catalogue

Fairall Galaxies

Shakhbazian Compact groups of galaxies

Flat Galaxy Catalogue

Sloan Digital Sky Survey

Flat Galaxy Catalogue southern Extension

Tololo Emission-line galaxies or QSOs

Fornax Cluster Catalogue

Uppsala General Catalogue of Galaxies

Fourth Cambridge Survey

Virgo Cluster Catalogue

Galaxies behind Southern Milky Way

Vorontsov-Vel'yaminov Interacting galaxies

Galaxies behind the Milky Way

Zwicky Compact and Eruptive galaxies

Galaxies in the Zone of Avoidance

Zwicky Compact Galaxies

Galaxies near the Northern galactic plane

Zwicky Compact Galaxies and Post-Eruptive Galaxies

HI bright galaxies in the southern Zone of Avoidance

Zwicky Galaxies and Clusters of Galaxies

Hickson Compact Galaxy Groups

 

High-Luminosity Spirals in direction of the Great Attractor

 

Holmberg Low Surface Brightness Galaxies

 

Infrared Astronomical Satellite Infrared sources