Hershel 400 Objects in ComaBerenices

Abbreviations in the CON column are the IAU versions.
The column TYPE has following abbreviations:
OPNCL = open cluster PLNNB = planetary nebula GLOCL = globular cluster CL+NB = open cluster and nebulosity BRTNB = bright emission or reflection nebula
Hubble Classification for galaxies or GALXY where no classification existed.

In the Herschel Column the Classes are:
I = Bright Nebulae III = Very Faint Nebulae V = Very Large
VII = Pretty Much Compressed
Clusters of Large or Small Stars
II = Faint Nebulae IV = Planetary Nebulae VI = Very Compressed and Rich Clusters of Stars VIII = Coarsely Scattered
Clusters of Stars
Observation Notes
4147 COM GLOCL 12 10.1 +18 33 10.3 4.0' H I 19 Bright, pretty large, round, bright middle at 165X. Five stars are resolved in good seeing. A nice globular to break up all these galaxies.
4150 COM GALXY 12 10.6 +30 25 12.6 2.1'X1.5' H I 73 Pretty bright, pretty large, much elongated 2.5 X 1 in PA 135 Stellar nucleus contained in a bright middle at 165X.
4203 COM GALXY 12 15.2 +33 13 11.8 3.5'X3.3' H I 175 bright, pretty large, very bright middle at 100X. Very mottled arms, really grows with averted vision.
4245 COM GALXY 12 17.7 +29 37 12.4 3.5'X3.3' H I 74 pretty bright, pretty large, somewhat elongated, much brighter middle at 100X.
4251 COM GALXY 12 18.2 +28 11 11.5 3.6'X2.0' H I 89 pretty bright, pretty small, elongated 2X1, much brighter middle at 135X.
4274 COM GALXY 12 19.9 +29 37 11.1 7.3'X2.7' H I 75 bright, pretty large, much elongated, brighter middle at 100X. Has three companions in 40' field of 20mm Erfle. Brightest of three is 4278.
4278 COM GALXY 12 20.2 +29 18 11.2 3.5'X3.5' H I 90 Bright, pretty large, little elongated 1.2 X 1 in PA 90, very bright middle. Two pretty faint companions to the South.
4293 COM GALXY 12 21.3 +18 24 11.6 5.8'X3.3' H V 5 pretty bright, large, much elongated, brighter middle at 135X.
4314 COM GALXY 12 22.6 +29 54 11.5 4.6'X4.5' H I 76 pretty bright, pretty large, much elongated, brighter middle, very mottled at 100X. 4308 in field (faint, very small, not much).
4350 COM GALXY 12 24.0 +16 42 11.5 2.5'X0.9' H II 86 pretty bright, pretty large, much elongated, brighter middle at 100X.
4394 COM GALXY 12 26.0 +18 13 11.9 3.6'X3.4' H II 55 M85 bright, large, somewhat elongated, star involved on north side of nucleus. 4394 following is pretty bright, small, elongated.
4414 COM GALXY 12 26.4 +31 14 10.9 4.8'X3.2' H I 77 pretty bright, pretty large, elongated 3X1, much brighter middle at 100X. At 165X, stellar core comes and goes with the seeing.
4419 COM GALXY 12 27.0 +15 03 11.6 3.1'X1.0' H II 113 pretty bright, pretty large, much brighter middle, much elongated at 100X.
4448 COM GALXY 12 28.2 +28 38 11.9 4.0'X1.5' H I 91 pretty bright, pretty large, elongated 2X1, much brighter middle at 100X.
4450 COM GALXY 12 28.6 +17 06 11.2 5.5'X3.7' H II 56 pretty bright, pretty large, little elongated, much brighter middle at 135X.
4459 COM GALXY 12 29.1 +13 59 11.6 3.5'X2.7' H I 161 pretty bright, pretty small, much brighter middle at 100X. At the edge of the Coma Galaxy Cluster, so there are four small, faint companions in the 40' field of view.
4473 COM GALXY 12 29.9 +13 26 11.2 3.6'X2.3' H II 114 pretty bright, pretty small, round, much brighter middle, has a very faint, round companion to the NW.
4477 COM GALXY 12 30.1 +13 39 11.9 3.8'X3.5' H II 115 Bright, large, considerably brighter middle, round. 12th mag star on the south side.
4494 COM GALXY 12 31.3 +25 47 10.7 4.5'X4.3' H I 83 bright, pretty large, round, much brighter middle at 100X
4548 COM SBb 12 35.5 +14 30 11.5 5.5'X4.5' H II 120 pretty faint, pretty large, somewhat elongated, somewhat brighter middle. Marked M 91 on U2000. Messier gave a position near here for an object "dimmer than M 90". Shapley says it may be a comet that got away, NGC 4571 has been suggested. Owen Gingerich says it was a duplicate observation of M 58.
4559 COM GALXY 12 35.9 +27 58 10.7 13.0'X5.2' H I 92 bright, large, much elongated 3X1, somewhat brighter middle at 135X. Three stars involved in south arm make this object unique, don't miss it.
4565 COM Sb 12 36.3 +26 00 10.3 15.5'X1.9' H V 24 very bright, very large, extremely elongated 10X1, very bright middle at 135X. Dark lane is easy at a good site, it can be held with direct vision. At 200X some fine detail within the dark lane is visible in moments of good seeing at our best sites in the mountains of northern Arizona. It has always looked like the classic flying saucer. At a Saguaro Astronomy Club star party someone called it "God's Frisbee". This spectacular edge-on galaxy is also a companion to Comet Coe. The story goes like this: I had just completed a new 17.5" Dobsonian and had had only few chances to get it out into dark sky. I trucked it to a club gathering at one of the best sites we use. When I observed NGC 4565 it had an obvious companion that I immediatly thought was a comet. After showing it to A. J. Crayon and several other club members, I looked it up and it was quite obvious in a photograph in Burnham's. Oh well, so much for fame 4565 and fortune. Several "friends" pointed out that it could be a very long period comet that is coming directly at the earth.
4689 COM GALXY 12 47.9 +13 46 12.8 4.0'X3.5' H II 128 pretty faint, pretty large, somewhat elongated, not much brighter middle at 100X.
4725 COM GALXY 12 50.4 +25 33 10.2 12.0'X9.0' H I 84 bright, large, much elongated, very bright middle at 100X. My old 17.5" would show a hint of barred spiral structure at 125X, but I have not had the chance to use the 13" on this object from an excellant site to see if the smaller scope will duplicate that feat.