NGC 1511 - SB(s)dm: pec sp

NGC 1511

De Vaucouleurs Atlas Type: SB(s)dm: pec sp

Filter: B

Telescope: CTIO 0.9-m
North up , East left
Field Dimensions: 2.9 x 2.1 arcminutes

RC3 Type: SAab:
RSA Type: Sc pec or Amorph?
Surface Brightness Range Displayed: 18.5-25.0 mag per square arcsec
Absolute Blue Magnitude: -19.6

De Vaucouleurs Atlas Description:

This strange object could be interpreted as a late-type barred spiral with a single major arm. The bright part resembles a typical SBd type bar, but the single arm morphology is characteristic of SBdm or SBm . Alternatively, the galaxy could be an Sc sp with a broad dividing dust lane. The strange way bright knots line one side of the apparent lane would probably rule this interpretation out.