Coma I

Coma I Group
The Coma I Group is a group of galaxies located about 14.5 Mpc away in the constellation Coma Berenices.wikipedia
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NGC 4725

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The brightest member of the group is NGC 4725.
NGC 4725 is the brightest member of the Coma I Group.

Virgo Cluster

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The Coma I Group is currently infalling into the Virgo Cluster and will eventually merge with it.
The three subgroups are in the process of merging to form a larger single cluster and are surrounded by other smaller galaxy clouds, mostly composed of spiral galaxies, known as N Cloud, S Cloud, and Virgo E that are in the process of infalling to merge with them, plus other farther isolated galaxies and galaxy groups (like the galaxy cloud Coma I) that are also attracted by the gravity of Virgo to merge with it in the future.

NGC 4308

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Other possible member galaxies (galaxies listed in only one or two of the lists from the above references) include IC 3215, IC 3247, MCG 5-29- 66, NGC 4080, NGC 4150, NGC 4308, NGC 4455, NGC 4509, NGC 4534, NGC 4627, NGC 4631, NGC 4656, NGC 4670, UGC 6900, UGC 7007, UGC 7300, UGC 7428, UGC 7438, UGC 7673, UGC 7916 and UGCA 294.
It is a member of the Coma I Group.

NGC 4274

The Coma I Group appears to consist of two main subgroups, a denser subgroup centered on NGC 4274 and NGC 4278, and looser one surrounding NGC 4565 as suggested by De Vaucouleurs.
It is part of the Coma I Group which is part of the Virgo Supercluster.

NGC 4565

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The Coma I Group appears to consist of two main subgroups, a denser subgroup centered on NGC 4274 and NGC 4278, and looser one surrounding NGC 4565 as suggested by De Vaucouleurs.
NGC 4565 is one of the brightest member galaxies of the Coma I Group.

NGC 4278

The Coma I Group appears to consist of two main subgroups, a denser subgroup centered on NGC 4274 and NGC 4278, and looser one surrounding NGC 4565 as suggested by De Vaucouleurs.
It is part of the Coma I Group which is part of the Virgo Supercluster.

NGC 4314

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NGC 4314 is a member of the Coma I Group.

NGC 4448

NGC 4203

NGC 4203 is a member of the Coma I Group which is part of the Virgo Supercluster.

NGC 4494

NGC 4494 is also a member of the Coma I Group which is part of the Virgo Supercluster.

NGC 4414

4414
NGC 4414 is a member of the Coma I Group, a group of galaxies lying physically close to the Virgo Cluster.

Galaxy group

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The Coma I Group is a group of galaxies located about 14.5 Mpc away in the constellation Coma Berenices.

Coma Berenices

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The Coma I Group is a group of galaxies located about 14.5 Mpc away in the constellation Coma Berenices.

Spiral galaxy

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The Coma I Group is rich in spiral galaxies while containing few elliptical and lenticular galaxies.

Elliptical galaxy

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The Coma I Group is rich in spiral galaxies while containing few elliptical and lenticular galaxies.

Lenticular galaxy

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The Coma I Group is rich in spiral galaxies while containing few elliptical and lenticular galaxies.

Coma Cluster

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Coma I lies in the foreground of the more distant Coma and Leo clusters and is located within the Virgo Supercluster.

Leo Cluster

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Coma I lies in the foreground of the more distant Coma and Leo clusters and is located within the Virgo Supercluster.

Galaxy cluster

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Coma I lies in the foreground of the more distant Coma and Leo clusters and is located within the Virgo Supercluster.

Virgo Supercluster

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Coma I lies in the foreground of the more distant Coma and Leo clusters and is located within the Virgo Supercluster.

Gérard de Vaucouleurs

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The Coma I Group appears to consist of two main subgroups, a denser subgroup centered on NGC 4274 and NGC 4278, and looser one surrounding NGC 4565 as suggested by De Vaucouleurs.

NGC 4150

Other possible member galaxies (galaxies listed in only one or two of the lists from the above references) include IC 3215, IC 3247, MCG 5-29- 66, NGC 4080, NGC 4150, NGC 4308, NGC 4455, NGC 4509, NGC 4534, NGC 4627, NGC 4631, NGC 4656, NGC 4670, UGC 6900, UGC 7007, UGC 7300, UGC 7428, UGC 7438, UGC 7673, UGC 7916 and UGCA 294.

NGC 4534

Other possible member galaxies (galaxies listed in only one or two of the lists from the above references) include IC 3215, IC 3247, MCG 5-29- 66, NGC 4080, NGC 4150, NGC 4308, NGC 4455, NGC 4509, NGC 4534, NGC 4627, NGC 4631, NGC 4656, NGC 4670, UGC 6900, UGC 7007, UGC 7300, UGC 7428, UGC 7438, UGC 7673, UGC 7916 and UGCA 294.

NGC 4627

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Other possible member galaxies (galaxies listed in only one or two of the lists from the above references) include IC 3215, IC 3247, MCG 5-29- 66, NGC 4080, NGC 4150, NGC 4308, NGC 4455, NGC 4509, NGC 4534, NGC 4627, NGC 4631, NGC 4656, NGC 4670, UGC 6900, UGC 7007, UGC 7300, UGC 7428, UGC 7438, UGC 7673, UGC 7916 and UGCA 294.