WFPC2 image of the barred spiral NGC 986.
PC F606W images of 35 spiral galaxies from Carollo, Stiavelli, de Zeeuw,
Mack, 1997, Astronomical Journal, 114, 2366. Only the innermost 18 by 18
arcsec are shown. North is up and East is left.
E499g37, E548g10, Eg548g29, E97g13, I4390, N488, N986
N1688, N1892, N2104, N2344, N2397, N2480, N2748
N3259, N3885, N3898, N3900, N3928, N4102, N4219
N5689, N5879, N6000, N6340, N7013, N7280
PC F606W images of 40 spiral galaxies from Carollo, Stiavelli, Mack, 1998,
Astronomical Journal, June 1998 issue. Only the innermost 18 by 18 arcsec
are shown. North is up and East is left.
E317G20, E443G80, E508G34, E549G18, E572G22, I879, I1555
N1325, N1353, N1385, N1640, N2082, N2196, N2339
N3067, N3177, N3277, N3455, N4030, N4260, N4501
N5121, N5188, N5377, N5448, N5806, N5985, N6239
Some other WFPC2 images:
Interacting galaxies NGC 454
The image shows an elliptical galaxies interacting with what probably
was a spiral galaxy. Several star formation regions (blue) are seen in
the area of the spiral galaxy. The elliptical galaxy appears distorted.
The image is a real color image obtained by combining F450W (blue), F606W
(green), and F814W (red) exposures.
Planetary Nebula NGC 2346
A butterfly planetary nebula. The image is a pseudo color image obtained
from narrow band exposures in the light of oxygen (F502N, blue), hydrogen
(F656N, green), and nitrogen (F658N, red).
This nebula was observed as part of
the science verification during the Hubble Servicing Mission 2 and was also released as part of
A "Fast Facts"
summary is available.
Last updated 1 April 1998